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Racine Journal Times Bulletin (Newspaper) - November 22, 1964, Racine, Wisconsin 12a Raceme sunday bulletin sunday november 22, 1964 race the fund children of different Ages ask difficult questions and of course need different answers at each stage of development a child responds to danger in ways typical for his age group. More important at each stage children have particular ways of protecting themselves from fear when parents fit their an Swers about dangers to the ways of thinking most Natu ral to the child they Are Likely to be More successful in helping the youngster to Deal effectively with frightening ideas and to develop Good patterns of mental health. As parents we learn to Dis cuss with our children such frightening ideas As sickness accidents old age and the certainty of eventual death but for most of us it seems to be More difficult to an s w e r children s questions about the dangers of nuclear War. Fear nuclear War will there be a War what does fallout mean Are we going to have a shelter if it happens when i m at school where will you be a child wants a simple explanation. But it is difficult to conceive of nuclear danger in simple terms with simple explanations because there is so much that we do not know and cannot imagine. A child May ask could there be a War and we know the possibility exists. A child May ask will there we a War and no one can be certain. One cannot Tell How probable War is. Also a Parent trying to answer the child s questions has disturbing thoughts such As after nuclear bomb ing what kind of world would it be with children from about four to six a Parent wants to protect and reassure to limit explanations to avoid overstimulation to Clear up misunderstandings and to support a Basic sense of Rea son and dignity in human affairs. Although the child from 6 to 12 years still re lies heavily on his Parent s love and Protection for safety her of has an important new met a tied of his ohm to help him feel secure. A child of this age places enormous Faith on i nov ing exactly what lies ahead of him and what he will be expected to do. At this age children can also recognizer and accept differences of opir�,.ion. Pamphlet available tone adolescents from 12 to 18 Ocatave Many different ways of responding to nuclear Dan Ger. They fear that nuclear Wea-g3ons might destroy the future they Are counting on but Bow they Deal with this fear varies widely. Time Racine health fund a unified fund Agency brings toy our attention a pamphlet Chat Idren and the threat of nuclear War published by the child study Assn. Of am&-3-Ica in co operation with the irrational Institute of mental Raee Alth. The pamphlet provides advice helpful to parents in allaying general feel Ings of threat and anxiety in lil Ren As Well As describing How children at All Ages Cope with their thoughts about nuclear danger. Pc or a free copy of this pamphlet write or Call the Racine heal i fund 818 6th St. 29i Days to our one scientists build Moon clock to help lunar explorer adapt Philadelphia a what time will the first Earth men on the Moon go by Pacific Standard East Ern Daylight that s perhaps a silly question but there is a real problem at least As top scientists see it in getting a Man from Earth adjusted to rime on the Moon. Man has had a biological clock built into him since his evolution. As he goes about his daily activities his metabolism is geared to a 24-hour Day. Space Medicine doctors Are concerned with the lunar explorer s acuity to adapt to conditions in which Day and night As we know them on Earth do not exist. For of most of us daytime and nighttime regulate our activities. How will Man adapt himself to conditions on the Moon where one lunar Day equals 292 Earth Days a Moon clock adjusted so that time on the Moon can be computed exactly into the same period As time on Earth is the answer in the opinion of or. I. M. Levitt astronomer and director of Philadelphia s Fels planetarium. Shows Sun position he took his theories and calculations to Martin m. Decker chairman of the Board of the National aeronautics Assn. And president of the Decker corp. Of Philadelphia. Decker built the Moon clock. It has two dials showing the Greenwich time on Earth and the local time for a particular Point on the Moon. The position of the Sun at any moment even when it is below the horizon during the lunar night is shown on a scale which Marks off the 29/2 lunar Days to one Earth Day. The position of the Sun is marked by a Sunburst and from this Point the Altitude of the Sun during the course of the month and the time to Sunrise along with the position of the Sun is indicated. A rotating Earth is shown spinning once on its Axis in 24 hours and around the rotating Earth in a device designed to show the phase of the Earth As seen from the Moon. A Calendar is incorporated in the clock to show the Date on the Earth which will also be considered the Date on the Moon. We built the Decker space clock to provide a springboard to what will be an important task in the immediate future Decker says. We believe that with this clock As the starting Point other clocks will evolve for use on the Moon and our efforts in fabricating this Pilot Model will be Well the Moon clock was constructed on the spacious grounds of the Decker corp. In suburban Philadelphia. The grounds and the dozen or so Modem buildings which Are mostly hidden behind of Flower has Many names by Nea dub Tychman s breeches is a Normo. American Plant of the Fuma Story family known also by various local names As buttress Lily banners boys and girls and. Eardrops and soldiers Cap. It native to Woods from Nova Scotia to South Dakota and i Outt Iward to North Carolina Kansas. In shape the irregular Flower acc out three quarters of an Inch inroad resembles a pair of Bagy trousers hanging upside dlovm., hence the popular Nam _ it s Sandy s for color Mog Navoy and Ria Victor ask about our free Home Triol Thrifty Sandy s downtown 512 wis. Ave. For solid com font Gas Gas heat Comfort Means much More than just keeping the House warm. It s really a lot of comforts rolled into one. Automatic Gas heat provides work Acree Comfort. Economical Comfort. Corr lean Comfort. And dependable corf fort. This outstanding combination is yours when you heat with Gas. Make the switch nov. To the solid Comfort of automatic Gas heat. Wisconsin por guaranteed Gas seating installation and service Domestic Ano commercial Winker eating & air conditioning 1440 Center Street a phone 633-3569 Liage have the appearance of a College Campus. Although it is a privately owned corporation much of its work is done for the government and Decker said the work is top secret. Even the number of employees at Decker is classified information. Sets up foundation Decker who founded the firm in 1951, has an understanding of science and a Little science training but his major at the University of California was business administration. He put it this Way i saw the Jet age on the drawing Board when i was in the service. I was convinced that the world s future Lay in primarily the corporation works with electronic instrumentation. To train better scientists Decker has established the Kathleen h. And Martin m. Decker foundation named for his wife and himself which provides fellowships and scholar ships to medical and physical science gradual War photo or. I. M. Levitt director of Philadelphia s Fels planetarium is shown with a Moon the clock is adjusted so that time on the Moon can be computed exactly into the same period on Earth. It has two dials showing Greenwich time on Earth and local time for a particular Point on the Moon. It also shows position of Sun at any moment on a scale which Marks off the 291 lunar Days to one Earth Day. Very shortly and will live on the Moon the same As we have done on the Arctic and the North pole he predicts. Ates who desire further training. Decker thinks the United states will be the first nation to reach the Moon and we will be up there within the next two or three Man will reach the Moon when you get this Check put it to work for you at High earnings. Save where saving pays you can open an account for any amount Union savings and loan association downtown on College at fifth St

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