Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on July 7, 1974 · Page 19
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July 7, 1974

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 19

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Fellow Workers Rat On 'Golden Monkey 9 SMretetottartstgithispas- a tars, «e cxwM *e aavi«g - people a*4 »»*se meaibers a tawa* being «r a4ml. before *e tiberatiwa 4tttt "Brtwekwm-vtoCteGetd- were -eilfcor reactionary eapi- e*)l««keyis. HecMMsfon taJfcst haakers or iaadtords." The workers aeeased Qua-few. vfeo borrowed pse*doavin f ron a poem by Mao Tse-tuag. of "beta? brought tip in the black dea of his family." /f**r* PEKING - A series of wallHMwsyapers posted Saturday oa Peking's Revointioa- ary Committee Street has revealed the ideitity aid hackf round of the "Goldec Monkey," the pseudonym of a mysterious Peking worker who has put up nearly 20 posters here in the last three weeks. The Golden Monkey's posters have notably attacked certain leaders of the Communist party's municipal committee, which governs Peking. His identity was revealed by a group of workers from the sam factory as the "Golden Monkey," Machine Factory No. 2. They accused him of beUg a "couaterrevolu- tioaary" element The workers said the "Golden Monkey" was « fact Chen Chia-hou. Oddly, the last character of this name is the ome that meaas "monkey" in Chinese. * "Nobody knew who the Golden Monkey was," the workers' poster said, "and SPACE SCIENTIST AND WIFE VISIT CAMP Dr. Isidore Adler Makes Fourth Visit 'Moonman 9 Camp Favorite RAYMOND A. LIM, M.D. ·fUsfttwOffkt FOITHKACTKEOf 1205 Qoorrier Street, Chorleston Hours By Appointment 346-7126 SUMMER SALE SAVE UP TO LADIES FAMOUS BRANDS 'S-BOYS' LEATHER SANDALS 4.00 FAtK FREE 1 MOOt PAINTER'S LOT WITH 2.00 PURCHASE By Steven H. Kravitz BARTOW -r "Moonman" is at Die National Youth Science Camp, but he is not a visitor from the earth's satellite body. , Instead, Moonman is the camp nickname for Dr. Isidore Adler, a consultant at the Johnson Space Center in Houston and chemistry professor at the University of Maryland. Adler has been one of the most popular speakers at the 12th annual camp: He gave lectures Thursday and Friday, and met with campers informally as well. He told the 98 enthusiastic delegates (Wisconsin is not represented this year) about his part in the Apollo missions. He did lunar sample analysis for Apollo 11, and designed an orbital experiment used on Apollo 15. ' ' . ' . ' * * , · * ADLER JOKINGLY told the campers, "1 used to go out at night to make sure the , moon was there -- because if it wasn't, 1 was out of a job." He said most experiments dealt with determining the origin, composition and present state of the moon. However, he said, there is still no conclusive evidence as to its origin- ... ' · ·-·'.-' : ; .:.: ''· In the area of future National Aeronautics and Space Administration projects, Adler said, "We're hoping to get a polar orbiter which would be unmanned to carry instruments to finish mapping the moon's surface, especially the highlands." He said after the planned Apollo-Soyuz rendezvous in 1976, efforts will be aimed . towards development o f : a reusable space shuttle. Adler noted,: ''The concept of a space shuttle is that one will be able to take along to space stations people who are not trained astronauts.. One can certainly picture scientists in reasonably good physical shape going. Asked about mass travel to the moon," Adler said, "You can speculate that in due time, you can take people to the moon." He said he could not specify a date when this might occur. He noted, "The strongest argument for a moon base is for scientific observation." * * * ADLER PRAISED the space program for what he termed its very important medical spin-off. "Many of the problems the astronauts have encountered have been similar to those encountered by patients who need extended bed rest," he said. He said the Skylab project developed a S rocess to remotely monitor ody functions that is now used in ambulances. He said, "I would say the spin-off from space technology shows what you can accomplish if there is a joint contribution of devotion to the program you're involved in. In the past decade, when we've been faced with increasing violence, the decay of the inner cities, the fuel shortage .and so on; the NASA effort ''· represents one of the beautiful kinds of things that man has ; done It represents the sort of", accomplishment from which ·the ^average; citizen should: take"pride:" : . ; ^; V This'is Adier's fourth;visit to the NYSC. He said, "Fin always pleasantly surprised, with the campers' maturity and talents. When you sort of worry about the young people in: the country, it's a, very encouraging situation!" ";':·'"'.. ' Mrs. Adler, who accompanied him, works with children with severe orthopedic handicaps in Montgomery Co., Md. She said,' 'The camp has been ,a broadening'experience -fbr : me -- the contact with the young people -- their ideas and interests'-- has-been very stimulating." , She said she hopes to use skills demonstrated inJhe . camp's crafts .seminars .with the young people she works with.: COHONMUSUNCURTAWS TULMTWllY SMART CfflWOURYSTYlMG *Wrinlclt Resistant Soil Resistant Shrinkage Control Country Styling 4.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 7.00 8.00 CURTAINS, Third Floor Supreme Court By Warren Weaver Jr. Areit York Time* Service WASHINGTON - The hottest ticket in Washington this weekend will not get you into the local sports arena, the Kennedy Center Opera House, the Wolf Trap Outdoor Performing Arts Center or the private White House tour. It is a small cardboard oblong headed "Special -- Supreme Court of the United States" that admits the bearer on Monday to one of the most historically and politically significant sessions that the justices have held in years. Or so the public seems to think. Even since the court announced on May 31 that it would hear oral arguments on July 8 on the dispute between President Nixon and Leon Jaworski. the special .Watergate prosecutor, over 64 White House tape recordings, public and professional pressure for seats has been intense. Ordinarily, there are about 250 seats in the courtroom, but another 70 or so temporarily chairs are being added in the two aisles that flank the chamber. Despite political and celebrity pressure, more than a third of the total will go to the general public. About 100 seats will be open to the general public, filled on a first-come, first served basis. The doors will open at 9 a.m. But court officials expressed doubt that anyone arriving after 8 o'clock would get a seat. * * * . - otfcer pees will be reserfi for the piblic MI a rotating basis, with a.MW set rf spectators replacing an old one every five minutes. The next largest representation will be from the press which usually rates 35 seats and has betn allocated about 70. There will be ; io television, no radio and no still photography, as is traditional in the courtroorr, but a half-dozen artists have been admitted for "television purposes. Barrett McGurn, the court public information officer, said that more than 100 requests for seats have been received from news media representatives. Some of the assignments only permit a reporter to occupy his seat for half the argument, which is expected to last from 2'/2 to 23 hours. 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