diabetes - disease characterized by excessive thirst and discharge of urine; diagnosis - understanding a condition by going through a detailed review of symptoms; dialog - conversation between two people.endotherm - a creature that can keep its inside temperature fairly constant; endocrine - relating to glands that secrete directly into the blood or lymph; endogamy - the custom to marry within one's clan, tribe - an (often religious) image, in modern usage a simplified graphic of high symbolic content; iconology - science of symbols and icons; iconoclast - someone who destroys religious images and traditional beliefs.malcontent - wrong content; malaria - "bad air", infectious disease thought to originate from the "bad air" of the swamps, but caused by the bite of an infected mosquito; malicious - showing strong ill will.neoclassic - a revival of classic form, neocolonialism - the indirect ("new") economical and political control of a region by a more powerful foreign power; neonatal - a newborn child, especially the first few weeks.diode - an electron tube having two electrodes, a cathode and an anode; odometer - an instrument attached to a vehicle to measure the distance traversed; triode - an electron tube with an anode, a cathode, and a control gridprotoplasm - something that is the first made or formed, also the living portion of a cell; plastic - able to be formed, especially when warm; plaster - a mixture of lime, sand and water that forms a smooth solid covering for walls.telephone - a device to talk to a distant person; telescope - a device to view distant objects; television - a device to receive pictures from afar; telecommuting - working remotely, bridging the distance via virtual devices.The title of the man at the desk reads "Equal Opportunity and Community Relations officer for the National Accelerator Laboratory." Kennard R.Farm areas will be seeded, with a limited amount of machine-mowing (possibly a herd of angus or herefords, or even buffalo, doing what comes naturally!) Except for several necessary access roads, there are ho plans for expressway-type highways to commercialize the area.Williams, the man behind the desk, doesn't wear this title with formality.He has managed to take over a job that deals with the controversial topic of the times-human relations with a simple kind of philosophy and dedication that could really shake up the present exponents of "protest and demonstration" techniques.
What legacy will NAL leave for those who come to the area in another hundred years?"The money for this project, which will be spent one way or another, can be put into the hands of many people who need to know how important they are to the growth and development of this country."Everybody goes around in circles about the subjects of rights, minority groups and human relations," says Williams, who has the feeling that if anyone can tangibly help solve some of these problems, it will be industry.The pilot program, for the first time, links the efforts of two AEC operations to train disadvantaged men. Most of the youths are more than one-third through their training.The program is being supported through an inter-agency agreement between the AEC and the U. Training and Technology Program - Representatives of NAL and DUSAF visit NAL trainees at Oak Ridge, Tenn.Hines, NAL's Farm Manager, a former resident of Iowa, having received a Bachelor of Science Degree in Animal Science and an associate degree in Pre-Veterinary Medicine.