Page Four SKYSCRAPER Plan Seminar on Labor Joliet Students Evaluate Proposals For One World Aware of the implications of inter national government consolidation in the United Nations, students from St. Francis college in Joliet will conduct a seminar on Oct. 25 to evaluate The Move toward World Government. -Margaret Schmitt will preside over discussion about problems arising from the world government to regionalism and nationalism. Consideration of Papal pro nouncements on world government will be a part of the discussion conducted by Hetty Freiburg, Ann Zitkovitch, Rita Miscoe. and Theresa Scmers. Mundelein and Loyola debaters, left to right, Marion King, Paul Elward, Ellenmae Quan, Rita Stalzer, and Brian Buckley, prepare for Institute seminar on labor problems of peace. Debaters Weigh Relation Of Trade Unions to UN Conscious of the power of international labor organizations to effect the work of the United Nations, a coalition of Mundelein and Loyola de baters will probe the history and ideals of trade unions in relation to the United Nations, under the guidance of William II. Conley, M.B.A., dean of the I-oyola University School of Commerce and former de bate coach at Mundelein. Leaders Rita Stalzer, Marion King. Virginia Perry, John Dugan, Brian Buckley. Paul Elward. and George Stasen will reconstruct the history, purpose, and accomplishments of the International Labor Or ganization and the World Federation of Trade Unions. Ellenmae Quan, Mary Claire Lane, Mary Lou Hafncr, James McCarthy. William Raleigh. Edward Murphy and William Sheehan will portray the ideal situation, enumerating the methods in which or ganized labor can influence the United Nations Assembly. St. Xavier Qroup Flans Discussion Of UNESCO To stress the importance of world hu man relations, the United Nations Educa tional, Scientific, and Cultural organiza- ti n is selected as a field of inquiry by students from St. Xavier's college and Mundelein. An inquiry into the origin, purposes, and functions of UNESCO will be direct ed by the Reverend David C. Fullmer, as sistant superintendent of schools in the Chicago archdiocese. Helen Shannon, Nancy Donnelly. Marialyce Dunne, Mary Alice Sullivan, Margaret Conahan, and Frances Fran- gella will treat the dangers which, in herent in UNESCO, can be combated only through the influence of Christian philosophy. Focusing on the role of educated Catholics in the work of UNESCO, Bcr- nadiue Hurley, Miriam Grens, Anne Bcall, Rosemary McKinzie, Rosemary Geary and Mary Holclcn of St. Xavier's will explain how they can participate most effectively. Economists Discuss World Bank, New World Court Analyzing the organization which grew out of the Brctton Woods confer ence, Raymond Toledo, M.B.A.. of the Economics department, will be chair man of the World Bank anil Fund sem inar on Tuesday. Participants will he Marilyn Wooihvorth, student chairman ; Lorraine King. Patricia McCann, Eileen O'Shea, Joan Shea, Mary Sheahan. Rosemary Templeman, and Lorraine Uhlich. Paul O'Donnell will lead the discus sion on functions of the New World court, which the group will hold on Thursday. Cathleen O'Donoghuc will be student chairman, with Frances Cashman, Veronica Daly. Frances Fran- gella, Grace Komornicki, Frances Kueh ner, and Mildred Stanek participating. Peace Makers at Work' Opinions (Continued from page 1, column 4) would like to see the same method put to work now to bring about a lasting peace ... Helen Bieber. Mundelein freshman, ex-Wave: The problems of the world are not for the statesmen alone, but for each one of us ... Mary Catherine McHale, Mundelein junior, cx-WAC: Too many people do not understand the functions and spe cific aims of the United Nations; we must know before we can act . . . Equestriennes Plan ' Nov. 1 Ride Seventy ardent equestriennes will hit the trail at 10 a.m.. on their annual Nov. 1 breakfast ride through Lincoln Park. Horse fanciers will attend the midwest Horse Show at the Coliseum, Nov. 1. Georgianna McGregor, Mundelein; James Ringling, Loyola; Rosemary Kadolph, St. Xavier's; Mary Ellen Mondeike, Rosary, seated, with G. Michael Schmeing, Ph.D., of Loyola's Chemistry department, plan discussion for Physi cal Science seminar, emphasizing atomic energy's peace-time applications. Mary Ann Bricker, from the College of St. Francis, Joliet, is also a member of the group. Chemistry Majors Outline Science's Role in World Peace The Role of the Physical Sciences in Rebuilding World Peace is the topic of the senior chemistry majors' seminar discussion at which (i. Michael Schmeing, Ph.D.. head of Loyola's Chemistry department, will be chairman, and Georgianna McGregor and Patricia Holway will be student co-chairmen. Three sub-topics to be considered are: Atomic Energy Commis sion, Margaret Griebel, and Mary Ellen Mondeike of Rosary; Unesco and the Physical Sciences, Alverna Paulan. and Mary Ann Bricker of St. Francis, Joliet; and Peace-time Applications of Atomic Energy, Patricia Holway. and Rosemary Kadolph of St. Xavier's. Marquette Men Discuss Far East Reconstruction in Japan will he high lighted in the seminar entitled The United States and the Far East. The aims and methods of the United States in rehabilitating the Japanese will be outlined by the chairman, the Rever end Charles Ryan, S.J., of Marquette university, moderator of the International Relations club. The Reverend Charles McCarthy, S.J., will summarize condi tions in China today. Esther Velis, Grace Foran. Ruth Casey, Marcella Mulveil, Lucille Burns, and students from Marquette will take active roles in the forum. Red Cross College Units Confer On World Health Speakers Analyze College Role A galaxy of speakers representing Chi cago Teachers college, Barat, Wheaton, Rosary, De Paul, and St. Xavier's and Mundelein will develop the theme of the World Health Organization in talks on its purpose, scope, and charter, in a sem inar conducted by the Red Cross unit. Dr. Henrietta Fcrnitz. moderator of the International Relations club, Chicago Teachers college, Lois Gibbs and Lois Sacher of Wheaton college, Patricia Rockland of Barat and Margot Atkins, American Red Cross, will direct the discussion en the place of colleges in the health program, in which Janet Sprickman, Mary Agnes O'Graely, Elaine Johnston, Claire Johnson, Eileen Dolan, Ellen Anderson, Mary Claire Herold, and Jacqueline Bledsoe will be contributors. A contingent of nutrition and biology majors including Frances Malone. Adel aide Costellc, Mary Harrington, Celeste Coari, and Lorraine Niski will concen trate on the colleges' role in establishing standards through laboratory research. Which Seminar Will You Attend?. Scheduled for 4 p.m. on Tuesday ai Thursday, the Institute seminars vi meet as follows: THE SECURITY COUNCIL A THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY. RcJ 508. WORLD HUMAN RELATIONS UNESCO. Room 401. THE NEW WORLD COURT (Tul day) and THE WORLD BANK A FUND (Thursday), Room 402. : THE .COVENANT OF THE LEA GUE AND THE UNITED NATIOSf CHARTER. Room 511. ( THE UNITED STATES AND Thf FAR EAST. Room 507. ( PLANS FOR PREVENTING FAM INF., Room 408. (Clothing laboratory WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZ* TION. Room 405. REGIONALISM AND THE AC OF CHAPULTEPEC. Rrom 502. I MAKING THE CHARTER WOR? Room 806. t THE TRADE UNIONS IN Th* UNITED STATES, Room 307. r THF. MOVE TOWARD WORLP Government, (Thursday only? Room 301. THE ROLE OF THE PHYSICA? SCIENCES IN RF.RUILDII WORLD PEACE, Room 302. ' Loyolans Consider Regional Issues In recognition cf the relationship . geopolitics to the actions of the Securt Council and the General Assembly, t gt; gional organization's bearing on tf United Nations will be discussed at seminar on Regionalism and the Act j Chapultapec. Loyola's Eugene Hartrk will be chairman. With Eileen Ror.ncy as leader, Vm ores Bresingham, Mary Kay FitzgeraT and Juanita Kennedy will take the tl topic. j While charting the advantages and da gers of regionalism, Mary Kay Kef nedy and Mary Jane O'Callahan if consider the possibility of restoration f the old balance of power system and i compatibility with the purposes of I United Natirns. Mary Beth Ziener, Margaret WJ Diane Cook, and others will conccntrtt on the Act of Chapultepcc and the if pending conference. East Meets West . . Joan Kawaguchi, American-born Japanese and member of International Relations club, registers Soula Analitis, Athenian-born freshman, and Esther Joseph, American-born Persian, for seminar on U. S. Relations in the Fir,, East.
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