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FRIDAY, MAY 26, 1961 WASHINGTON BACKGROUND THE OBSERVER PAGE 5 ,an ere / By Norma Krause Herzfeld WEATHER SATELLITES WILL EVENTUALLY improve our'oped for space use may disrupt now flourishing industries, cle- SOCIAL SCIENTISTS have discovered that within a year of weather predictions and may even permit weather control. Prob- pendent communities and world trade patterns. Space industries the first s~utnik launchin" half the adult "~o'mlation of the U S Hems of international ownership nnancing and control will arise P ~, P *' I . . . .'. . ':themselves Will De SO compncateo, large ano expensive that ~ne ~ 4 ~ ~a r ~.~.qm.~. Thi- -'r'-n"rq'-- h~o now ~.~kl ;.~ l as Well as placement or grouno-oasea IaCllItles wnlcn Will COlleCt . : ~, ,t- ~, a ,-land use the data from the satellites To be effective it wilt rob question arises whether or not smau ousiness can exist at an In creased to about 90 per cent. though a good deal of it involves/ . ' "" P - ~ . ^ m~.l~x th 1 n~ ~e'know.1- :'~ lably require participation by all nations and this raises questions om~, ,~ p = . Y A"TITUDE of how to handle recalcitrant countries More meteorologists THE "IECHNOLOGY, THE COSTS and the geography of space ~v,r~r~,llv,~ lv,~,~ wwaro me concept ot umer . . " . . . Snace have been develoned Some nrononents of snace exnloration will be needed, as well as trained people who can "translate actlvmes ma~:e them mternattonal by nature, and this revolves th'-ink it is an exci'ting new*- fr o n t i er *" ~ 'weather forecasts into meaningful ideas Ior users unfamiliar with the key question of nations getting together to cooperate for their for peaceful research, a new area of military them." mutual advantage. So tar relatively little has been accomplish- maneuver, a new field of industrial exploitation. PROFOUND CHANGES would come to f'armers who could ed hy political efforts to obtain international cooperation, but Some opponents believe it is sheer nonsense and make plans for their crops on the basis of long-range forecasts. J purely scientific and technical operations on a worldwide that science fiction will remain science fiction. International crop planning may become necessary to balance jbasis have been rnore successful. Eventually, however, govern- Some scientists don't like to see the new and world food supplies. Tourists and tourist facilities can make lments will have to move more realistically in this area. Nation- costly competition tram space projects Ior limit- long-range plans. Disasters can be foreseen, perhaps mitigated.als h'om man5, countries will be working together more and ed research funds, or eventually prevented. Fuel-use can be planned if temperatures Imore on technical projects and this will entail problems of cul- SOME HUMANITARIANS THINK we should are known in advance; water-use can be planned if precipitation tural and language differences, is known in advance. SOME OF THESE DEVELOPMENTS will become familiar spend the money on hospitals or schools instead. Anthropologist Margaret Mead thinzs that worn- NEW MEDICAL DISCOVERIES are being made as a result of to us in our own lifetime, but the really revolutionary interna- space research, including those in a new field called telemetryltional and organizational ramifications will probably come in en are against outer space because they want in which the physical and emotional states of obiects can b'elthe next generation which will be more ready for them than we their husbands to stay home and not go traips- i measured at a distance. This "medical surveillance,"' handled by.are, As the Brookings study remarks, 'The impact of space ing around in it. REGARDLESS OF THESE ATTITUDES, micro-miniaturized equipment surgically imbedded in human l activities on the attitudes and values of today's children is likely however, it seems certain that man's exploration of space will beings opens some pretty stark vistas for "people-control," but.to be much stronger than on those of today's adults. Space is increase, perhaps at a much faster pace than any of us now en- it can also aid busy doctors. I'real' to them, since they are not encumbered by a lifetime of sion. A glimpse of some of the new problems and opportunities NEW POWER SOURCES developed for space craft may be attitudes and values that had no need to consider the uses of useful on earth New plastics, alloys and othel are creating in space was given recently in a study for the~ " / ~ ' materials devel-lspace." National Aeronautics and Space Administration by the Brookings] Institution. The document, "Proposed Studies on the Implications SHARING OUR TREASURE at Peaceful Space Actlwtms for Human Afire s, compressed] " the views and attitudes of almost everyone who has thought | about or worked in the non-military space field to date. Its major L~ ~. [| ~ ~ e S O n [ Igl I ig purpose was to outline areas for new research and to ask ques- , , tions. Some of its concerns follow: Rev John A O'Brie, Ph D SATELLITE-BASED COMMUNICATIONS systems have al- (Universit of Notre Dame" him, and asked if he had any . . . Y ) books on that subject, thatI I ready been developed and those who have pioneered m them think . , Do you know a feature of the that 'in a relatively few years the world will be wrapped in might read. ",| (such) a communications net." This raises questions of many Church that m'akes a great ap- Appeal to Intellect ~ " ." 0~~ -- " ' '~: [ nations operating in an international area, an4 questions of goT- peal to truth seekers~ It's the "Father smiled, and brought i i I,~' I ernment vs private enterprise in the initial costly financing and " ~' ' . . ravine aumomty wltn wmcn me me over to the faculty rest-Ill [ I : eventual profitable ownership of broadcast and transmlssmn facilities. / Church proclaims the Gospel of dence, where he located sev- ~ ! I ~,i I her Founder, Jesus Christ and HIGH-SPEED, VOICE-TO-VOICE communications may make,",eral books for me. With in- iffi.~l i I , larger and larger business organizations possible, revolutionrze]interprets His teachings to all creasing interest I devouredI m i I -, i t diplomacy, encourage creation of an internationhl civil service, lnations. With the sight of seT-one after tile other. The clarity,] El ~ - Jdm| I ~ 1 Simple radio receivers in mass use could make people in under- eral hundred non-Catholic logic and dispassionate objec- ~ ~ I i =k~= (i developed areas the targets of educational information or of 1 ~ L ~=~ tureens mterpreung me ~crlp-tivity of the reasoning of these ~ ~ - ~-~-- I h~-~ political propaganda. ,&;ewlse, the more compmx our cam-I e ~ = ~-.~ ~ - lures in CIliierent ways sincere munications system becomes, the more vulnerable we are to se-, Catholm authors as well as of ~ " i ~-~-~ - ~ " u l'ious ~oci~a disruption if the system breaks down. I searchers for religious truth! Father Belleperche impressed l ~ = . /~ ==~ 1 ~ I me ~,reatly. They appealed atI -,~ i ~ : i ~'~ ~ ~~-Iperceive the need of a divine " ' n ~i , ~N~I.gNN ] authority to di-to the emotions but to the in-t ~/~ ~,~1~:~. ~ ~ 131~ f 4 Illll il--Vl " ' 1~{~ re c t t he m: tellect, and won their verdict ;~/-- - i --~--~ ! !;~i~ --" ~*~~ ri "" Thi . where it really counts. 'V [ ~ l 1 ~"~//~[' it~ i''~i'~i(~ a gnt" s is "~ t ~! "About this hme my mother / : ~ , I,~ I' why thousands ' ~ ~ " ~ '~ ! I l ii of them a r e died. Upon learning of this, Fa- ,~ i ~ ~ ; :!!i:!;;i:~::?;~;~:~ii:iiii ;~):ii'.: embracing the REYNOLDS I I R0SS V. BOGOTT,- ther Belleperche asked if he] ~ I,! li! I.~~[~ Cathonc faith, might say Mass for the repose[ tt~ I I 1 ~ F " 9:~ :* This is illus-not knowing what the MassI Ill I i e II "You Can Do.lt.Your, el] I[~ oct n v e r sion really was. But I thought it wasl ~11,I I I " ~ ~ '" ~staousnea tu fears I[1 or ~f/el~ill Do It - It~~ Jean McCall only proper that I should at- B,~. " : t~l~J I I ,! /L~ ~J::l [ lll of Detroit tend So I went to the Gesu ~ -: ~ ]~ " i lil For You! it "2~Iy parents Church, where Father offered Abe RenKes uwner ~ w e r,r the Mass I Lecture Changes Life -- . e nominally P esbyter- 'It ha;penedntoibe~ the chil-] l Phs (Ofc I 2316 (Res I 3618 II o I[,an rolat ean ' ut nove Phone:Morrison 2322 Ill 201 w. Mnrket St.--Marriso. |[attended church. The church I'r~. ~ [environment less painful m t dren's Mass, a d was deepiy " " he II~ I/nearest our home was Evan-toucnea oy me nevonon With ~4'.~t~of -MI~Em, I ll! Ilgelical so I went there. Later which these children followedI1' Ib/~l~ ILlr/(f~l[~(~ [fall for the newcomers. the Mass and prayed. I realized . . . ] Each guest was presented ]~-[on a girl fmend minted me to r n h "n i " " I Ilgo with her to the Christian that they we e o t e de rlOlrttl.tlll)ll [with a large flower name tag, ,l| l-l~$$grel~ UScience Church. I became in- and I, alas, was on t e outs'de.] ]taken on a tour of the school, MONDAY THROUfiH FRIDAY i . . i/terested and joined, but after After the Mass I told Father !1 ]and given an explanation of o u il Lumber Ila few years I dropped out and I'~V /~ I'h ,~gam ~amer smnea, ann sam:[ ~ iYear's first grade class. Then a ' II Iltapsed into agnosticism, t~at' i wanted to .be a catho! lrro ram Iwhat had been learned by this Cam an t Leetfire Changes Life 'O.K.! But first you'll have to[ (Picture on page 12) [musical, "The Boy and the Billy A Flfl-M0vingAnd I P ) I] ~, have, a thorough, course of m-I DIXON--An "orlentatlon"pro-IGoats Three,' was presented . . [I I After graauating 1ram high .sc,na,n ,ew ame. ,[I LUMBERlnv" ~ never,n~one mynop at I sch l' aIa wentdt w rk'e but.lyStrucn nwnat youS yOUnare emoracmg~n w exa,et-]gram, IGraders'entitledFun Festival'Future,First ]completewas[by the youngsters.With' scenery made VlIM~ I/IlIA/'.] [1 i going to college I happened to No Conflicting Opinions held recently at St. Mary schoolI TWO Priests Speak - w - v. li eAtrvr |learn that Detroit university "That course brou=ht out'here under~the direction of Sis-I BUILDING MATERIAL was ~ . - . s . Songs familiar to all were WREX 13/Channel 1~ li I offering some ni,ht cours-with crystal clarity that the ter Ivlarv Conan, O.P. [ . .' " " then sung and the afternoon o [[ 1205 E. Locust [ es, so I enrolled in a psychol- Cathohc Church founded by Under the program the 68[ r and /I Tel 6.4824 DeKsIb,ogy course. I hadn't adverted Chri t teaches " ~ /ClOSea w~tn an me c cam s,~ wire rn. aumor- Cmlaren WhO nave reg~sterealcookies treat in the school care /! ~" ~ particularly to the fact that the ity. 'Go,' said Christ, 'teach for next year's first grade were[teria " institution w a s Catholic, but them to observe all that I cam- the guests of the .76 children of " . this soon was driven home to manded you, and behold I am this year's first grade class The Rev. Wzlllam t~omno, pas- ST. JOSEPH'S HEALTH RESORT me. Father Remy Belleperche, with you all days even unto. . Itor of St. Patrick parish, spoke wt,t~n~ tit S.J was the professor, and one the consummation of' t h e tielp in Transition I to the children and the Rev. evening he lectured on the ira- world' Here was no welter of Purpose of the festival was William Peterson, assistant Eighty-five miles from Chicago on the Fox River mortality of the soul. That lee- conflicting opinions Here was to make the transition to a new lhelped conduct the tour. O FAMOUS MINERAL SPRING Modern Buildings in Beautiful Surroundings Combines the comforts ond conveniences of e modern hotel; the worm One friendly atmosphere of a family home. the facilities of e hospital and well eou, ppea physical theroov devartmen*. For guests desirous of a auiet vacation, rest ohvsical check-up or convolescence. OPEN THE WHOLE YEAR ROUND Conducted by the Missionary Sisters of the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus. Write 1~ Irter.t.r~ and rut.s or Pt,~ne Ottat a HE 3-27A0 ]bu can bank on the Illinois National in more ways than one! 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In fact. it 'hit me like a ton of bricks' and left me dazed. I found myself say- ing, "That means I've got a soul that must be saved! Right Dane. Indiana, so he may write after the class I went up to up ttzei.r conversion stories. MEET THE THE REV. RAYM(}ND O. HOLMGREN. son of Raymond Holm- gren and Mary Barrett. was born in Chicago, Ill. on Aug. 9. .4rea's Largest Displays SIMMONS Bedding KROEHLER Furniture Father O'Brien will be glad 1926. He attended Quigley preparatory seminary lot his high to have converts send their school work and one year of names and addresses to him at college. His other three years Notre Dame University, Notre of college, philosophy and part FARMERS GET TOP PRICE FOR YOUR GRAIN. CHECK OUR BID BEFORE YOU SELL. Inquiries Cordially Invited Contact: Ston Wessenoar, Owner & Mgr. Phone: AT 4-1291 or 4-1201 DIXON MILLS, IHC, o! his theology were taken at St. Mary of the Lake seminary, Mundelein, Ill. He completed his theological work at St. Meinrad's seminary, St. Mein- rad Ind. Father Holmgren was or- dained on May 9, 1953 by the late John J. Boylan. Bishop of Rockford in St. James pro- :: Cathedral. Rockford. On May 22. 1953 he was as- signed as an assistant pastor at St. Mary parish, Aurora. He re- mained there until Sept 1958 when he was transferred as as- sistant pastor at St. Joseph, Freeport. On June 12. 1959 he was assigned as assistant pastor of St. Patrick church, Amboy where he is presently stationed. Floor and Wall Tile Aluminum Combination Windows & Doors FORMICA KITCHEN CABINETS 414 First Dixo. &mpbe//Molors Parts and Service Headquarters for" Packord Studebaker Mercedes-Benz Dixon, III. Phone AT 3-9451 ~erva Yoursell and Save i Your Friendly Independent Gro~er FINEST IN MEATS We Give S&H Green Stamps Brinton et Bredshaw Dixon, III. 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Last year several million dollars were gathered all around the world by the SOCIETY FOR THE PROPAGATION OF THE FAITH. Of this amount more than fifty per cent came from Catholics in the United States. It is a great deal of money even when you realize that it represents only a per capita contribution of $0.31. Generosity for the Missions comes easy to a people who recognize a spiritual responsi- bility to their fellow-men around the world. At the present time there are over seven hundred Mission areas throughout the world which depend upon the PROPAGA- TION OF THE FAITH for financial assist- ance. Working in these territories are 125,- 000 Missionary Priests. Sisters. Brothers, and Lay Apostles. Under the direction of the Holy Father, this spiritual army is en- gaged in establishing the Church and per- forming the spiritual and corporal works of mercy, For the most part all their ma- terial requirements must come from the outside. Their progress is often slowed down not by lack of zeal but rather by shortage of funds. Pope Plus XII express- ed it very clearly in these words: "What could the missionary not do, who is paralyzed in his apos- tolate for want of means, with the m o n e y that a Christian spends occasionally on passing fancies! May every member of the Faith, every family, every Christian community question it- self on this point." In pl.anning for the future, be mindful of the Missions: No bequest is too small to further the work of the Church in Mission Lands where opportunities are so great. m m -J mmm iim li al lim im i m ii The Society for the Propagation of the Faith 507 Avenue B, Sterling, Illinois I am enclosing my personal gift of I $ for the support of Catholic I Missions throughout the world. I Name I Address I City : I Lmmailmmmmlm~wmmmii~mimli~