Seven years ago tomorrow, man set foot on the
moon. It took hard work
on the part of many people, myself included, to
accomplish that feat. We studied the problems and we solved
them. And, in doing so, our space program provided us with more
than just jobs for our country. It also provided us with the tools
that we need to understand the life that grows so vigorously here
on Planet Earth. And, because so many of us have been using
those tools in ways never imagined when they were developed,
today, on the eve of the seventh anniversary of that historical
event, in this Bi-Centennial year, I'd like to say; "You have
what is needed, Milwaukee. You have the means and technology
needed to solve many of the important problems facing the world
today. The tools and technology needed are being used right
here, today, in this city and elsewhere in this country. And, if
you want to, you too, can use space age knowledge to provide for
the needs of your own family.
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