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12—The Catholic Times
Friday, February 12,1960
Offer Leader
Course at
Portsmouth
PORTSMOUTH A
"Christopher Leadership"
Course, sponsored jointly
by Portsmouth Council,
Knights of Columbus,
tind the local chapter of the
National Council of Catholic
Men. began here in the local
K. of C. council chambers.
The aim of the Christophers
!s to encourage each individ
ual to show a personal and
practical responsibility in re
storing the love and truth of
Christ to the market-place,
especially in the fields of gov
ernment, education, labor re
lations. literature and enter
tainment.
The first class of the nine
weeks course includes 12 stu
dents from Notre Dame High
School and 10 adult Catholic
laymen of the city. It will be
under the direction of A1
Kahler, Jackson, president of
the Southern Deanery of the
National Council of Catholic
Men.
Arra n e e n s for the
course were completed by Ju
lian Mohr, chairman of the
Youth Activities Commtitee
for the local Knights of Co
lumbia,
Fr. Gilbert Here:
f'--:-ius,
Buffalo,
N. Y. Cath
olic Univer
sity and Ob
late College
and Scho
last icate,
at N e w
burgh, N. Y,
He enter­
ed the No*
v i i ate in
1 9 2 7 a n
was ordain­
Fr. Gilbert
ed to the priesthood at the
National Shrine of the Immac
ulate Conception, Washing
ton, C., in 1935.
Besides being Prefect of
Discipline at the Oblate Jun
iorate in Buffalo, N.Y.. and
active in the missionary field,
he preached a course of ser
mons for two years at chil
dren's Masses in the same
city.
Father Gilbert presently is
doing mission work out of St.
Joseph's Church in Jefferson,
0. giving Retreats, Mis
sion* and Days oi Recollec-
Fr. McEwan
Lectures AI
Newman Hall
Father James McEwan will
lecture on "The Spirit of Car
dinal Newman" at Newman
Hall, Sunday at 8 p..
The lecture of Fr. McEwan
marks the first time that he
returns to Newman Hall io
speak since he became the
pastor of Our Lady of Mount
Cartnel Church at Buckeye
Lake, Previous to that time
for nine years he had been
Director of Newman Hall and
during his administration the
extensive alterations and ad
ditions that now enable the
Catholic center to take care
of great numbers was com
pleted.
This lecture is jointly spon
sored by the Faculty Council
of Newman Hall and the New
man Alumni Association. Re
freshments will be served
after the talk.'
Tomorrow's Protection
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new idea for a new era
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But No Laws Needed V
WASHINGTON Eric
Johnston, president of
the Motion Picture Asso
ciation of America, con
ceded here that, there
are "certain films which
youngsters shouldn't see," but
denied that new laws are
needed to handle the prob
lem.
THE HEAD of the volun
tary association of nine lead
ing Hollywood producers and
distributors made the state
ment in reply to questioning
by a House subcommittee
studying self-policing pro
grams in the movie and pub-,
lishing industries.
Despite his admission that
some current films should not
be seen by children, Mr.
Johnston said that "no other
industry has matched" U.S.
movie makers in responsibil
ity and self-discipline.
KEEPING CHILDREN away
away from objectionable films
is the job of parents, and
should not be "shunted off'
on others, he commented.
Mr. Johnston stated that
most objectionable movies or
iginate abroad. In the last 25
years, only two movies made
by major Hollywood produc
ers have failed to get the Mo
tion Picture Association Pro
duction Code seal of approval,
he
Two Week Mission
At St. Philip Parish
A two-week mission beginning Sunday will be
conducted at St. Philip the Apostle Church, it was an
nounced by Father Louis Hoffman, pastor. The first
week will be conducted for the women, the second for
the men.
The concentrated course of
Instructions in the "Truths of
Our Religion" will be conduct
ed by Fr. Fred V. Gilbert,
O.M.I., missionary and author.
Fr. Gilbert, the ninth of 10
children, was born in 1909 at,
Everett, Mass. He received his
education at Boston College
High School, the Obiate Jun
—1
tion lo groups of nurses, high
schools, convents and parish
es in and around the area.
He is also the author of the
took entitled "Talks to Chil
4»n."
Ted I
,c Berthon,
Vel INewsniaii,
Dead At 67
FRESNO, Calif. (NC)
Solemn Requiem Mass for T.
M. (Ted) Le Berthon, veteran
newspaperman and contribu
tor to Catholic newspapers
and magazines, was offered
(Feb. 3) in St. John's cathed
ral.
Mr. LeBerthon died (Jan. 31)
In St. Agnes Hospital of a
heart ailment. He was 67.
THE
During his career Mr. Le
Berthon worked for daily
newspapers throughout the
country. He was a former col
umnist for the Los Angeles
Daily News and Evening Her-*
aid.
In the Catholic press field,
he served on the staffs of the
Tidings, Los Angeles archdio
cesan newspaper, and the
Catholic Digest magazine.
From 1951 until his death he
was a feature writer with the
Central California Register,
newspaper of the Monterey
Fresno diocese.
Mr. lie Berthon is survived
by his wife, a daughter and
two sisters.
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president's ap­
pearance marked the start of
a series of hearings by the
Postal Operations Subcom
mittee headed by Rep. Kath
ryn E. Granahan of Pennsyl
vania.
THE SAME SUBCOMMIT
TEE last year held hearings
®n mail order obscenity, and
originated legislation, passed
by the House and now pend
ing before the Senate, to
streamline Post Office Depart
ment procedures in dealing
with pornography.
Rep. Granahan declared in
her opening statement that
there is an "evident trend to
ward lowered moral princi
ples and the over-dramatiza
tion of sex in some motion
pictures, magazines and
books."
SHE SAID SHE does not ad
vocate Federal censorship of
movies. "However." she add
ed, "we do strongly advocate
an effective self regulation of
all movies shown on the
screens of America This
should include foreign films
shown in the United States.
"There are many of us who
feel that certain pictures be
ing shown today, while per
haps not obscene in the full
sense of the word, are degrad
ing and objectionable," she
said. She appealed to Mr.
Johnston and members of the
Motion Picture Association to
cooperate to offer suggestions
on how such ''borderline"
films can be controlled with
out infringing on legitimate
freedoms.
DESPITE REPEATED as
surances by Mrs. Granarthan
and other sub committee
members that the hearings
were not being held to draft
censorship legislation, Mr.
Johnston repeatedly returned
to the censorship theme in
his prepared testimony and
his replies to questions.
He was particularly vehe
ment in opposing any system
of film classification, whereby
movies would be labeled suit
able or unsuitable for chil
dren.
SUCH A SYSTEM "when
stripped down to the bone, is
censorship, .just plain govern
mental censorship," he as
serted.
Visitor Tops
Million Mark
HUNTINGTON, Ind. (NC)
—Our Sunday Visitor, nation
al Catholic newspaper pub
lished here, set a record on
January 31. by passing the
million mark in circulation in
a regular issue.
On that day the Visitor had
a gross pressrun of 1,001,510
copies. The Visitor has had
several previous issues with
more than a million circula
tion, but all of those were
special editions.
The Columbus Auto Club
reminds drivers that carbon
monoxide is a treacherous
killer. To guard against it:
Make sure garage doors are
open before starting motor
check exhaust system for car
bon monoxide leaks always
drive with one window at
least partly open.
Our 36th Year
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Exec Admits Children Shouldn't See Some Movies
He said that advocates of
such a system "delude them
selves" with a "myth" if they
think that classification rat*
ings would be "objective, ac
curate and authoritative."
"How could such a blanket
assumption be warranted ift
our highly pluralistic
so
ciety?" he asked.
Under questioning by sub
committee members, howev
er, Mr. Johnston conceded
that the Motion Picture Asso
ciation acts substantially in
the role of a censor through
its Motion Picture Code gov
erning moral questions in
films.
HE STRESSED, though, that
cooperation with the code Is
purely voluntary, and that
producers remain free to dis
tribute their films even if they
are denied the code seal of
approval.
The application of the code
In the case of specific films
was taken up by subcommittee
members, who were especially
curious about the recently re
leased Hollywood film, "Sud
denly, Last Summer."
The movie was placed In a
"special classification" by the
National Legion of Decency,
which commented that it is
"moral in its theme and treat
ment," but "intended only for
a serious and mature audi
ence" because "its subjeri
matter involves perversion."
The legion also chargod
that the Production Code au
thority violated "its geneial
principles" by approving tin
film, since the code states th u
"sex perversion or any infer
ence of it is forbidden."
MR. JOHNSTON conced-d
that "you can read homosex
uality into ft he movie) if yon
wish ... if your mind gc
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Hines Distributing Co.
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COAL THAT SATISFIES
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Pocahontas and Stoker Coat
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FA. 4-0441 So. 1st St.
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Pharmacy Inc.
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SPECIALIZING IN
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Furnaces Spouting
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DAUGHERTY
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along those channels." He in
sisted, however, that since
perversion is not directly
mentioned in the movie's dio
logue, the film merited the
code seal of approval.
At Mr. Johnston's request,
Geoffrey M. Shurock, direc
tor of the MPA Code adminis
tration, outined the procedure
followed in the case of "sud
denly, Last Summer." He said
the film originally contained
direct references to perver
sion, but these were deleted
at the request of the code ap
peals board, and the film .was
subsequently approved.
COMMENTING on this ftO*
cedure, members of the sub
committee took note of the
fact that the appeals board is
made up exclusively of rep
resentatives of the movie in
dustry. They suggested that
it might be advisable if the
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Motorola—Radio, TV, Stereo
Sales and Service
Kelvinator—Sales and Service
Dial FA. 2-9011
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AUTO AGENCIES
COOPERRIDER
CHEVROLET CO.
42*46 S. Fourth Street
Newark, O. Dial FA. 9-6611
BARBER SHOPS
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264 Union Street
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Furniture and Appliances
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board included representa
tives of the general public.
Mr. Johnston said his organ
ization has considered this
step, but "we came to -he
conclusion that this wus
an industry matter, an indus
try responsibility."
Rep. Edward H. Rees of
Kansas told Mr. Johnson that
the Motion Picture Association
"assumes a terrific responsi
bility" in passing on the suit
ability of movies.
"THAT'S I T," Mr
Johnston agreed. "And we
don't want to shove it off on
the general public or anyone
else."
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241 S. Fifth St.
Newark Dial FA. 4-5791
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Di. 4-4200 Pla/.a Shopping Center
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JOHN DALEY HOME INC.
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CLOTHES HATS FURNISHINGS
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11 Wtst Side Square, Newark
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Phone DI. 4-5920, Newark, Ohio
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