Independent Press-Telegram from Long Beach, California on July 9, 1961 · Page 8
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1NDEPENDENT-PRESS-TELEGRAM OK HERE'S LITEWEIGHT UITS Some Unpublished Hemingway Work Locked Up in Bank By WILLIAM BEBOUT KETCHUM, Idaho M?)--Mrs. Ernest Hemingway said Saturday her husband left a number of unpublished works, including some poetry and a manuscript locked in an Idaho bank. She said she isn't even sure where some of the author's unfinished work is, but con- 'irmed there is an unpub- ished novel in a Cuban bank She w a s asleep upstairs at the time and was awakened by the shot. Saturday, she s a i d he wasn't cleaning the gun, only looking at it. She said she and another in the nearby Hailey, Idaho, bank. , Mrs. Hemingway, insisting era, even though she has no sometimes examines her cam- again that she is certain her 4 K U 1 I 1 mai. aiii- I D *-*-' i."*" · · - · , . Husband's death last Sunday picture, from a shotgun blast was accidental, met four reporters intention of s h o o t i n g a in the living room of the secluded mountain home where she found the body a week "I STILL FEEL that in some way this was an accident," she said. Mrs. Hemingway, herself a a g 0 |writer, said she plans to do She s a i d Hemingway re-1some work, but doesn't know gardcd his unfinished works vhen nr what subjects she'll ingway went to the Clinic in Minnesota as "part of his bank account and didn't feel it would be wise to publish them now because of the tax situation. The one novel was left in the Hailey bank when Hem- Mayo l a s t month for treatment of hypertension (high blood pressure), she said. She said he planned to get it last Monday and resume nis work on the manuscript. * * * * MRS. HEMINGWAY, the fourth wife of the 61-year-old Nobel prizewinner, has been in seclusion except for the Thursday funeral since her husband died. explore. She told the reporters she ind her husband had dinner it their favorite Sun Valley restaurant the night before he died, that they returned home early and that he was in good At the request of the Associated Press, she agreed to meet four reporters in h e r home Saturday to answer questions submitted in advance. She said she wanted to " c o r r e c t inaccuracies" i n early reporting of Hemingway's death. To t h e news- len, these seemed to be little nings--she was not born in He even joined in with the : inal line of "A silly little talian folk s o n g " she was singing, she said. Mrs. Hemingway told of plans to go to Europe with tier husband next fall, of liopes to return to C u b a-'that's our home, everything we have is there"--of plan? for more hunting. She talked lovingly of her husband and of his love for every sport -- evidenced by the hunting guns, the big game rugs on the floor, the bullfighting pictures on the wall, the autographed picture of boxer Archie Moore. But for all his gruffness she said, "people don't reall (now ,entle She | England as reported in one aper; her husband did not v.ilk out of the movie "The Ciller" and call it a bad pro luction; her husband did not ever play in big-stake po ker games or ever win $25,000 on a two-queen bluff; he did not walk out alive from an African plane crash with his wife on one arm, a bottle of gin in what really, quiet couldn't finish, rose quickly, left the room and retired to her bedroom upstairs. the other and wonderful." say, "I fee! "1 just want to keep things straight," she said. Mrs. Hemingway, dressed simply in blue slacks and blue blouse, kept her noted corn- MOON-BEAMED This is the three-foot sphere which the United States plans to shoot to the moon next year. Inside will be a 50-pound seismometer to send back information needed to prepare a manshoot to the moon. In the background is the moon.--(Associated Press photo.) U. S. to Send 'Eyeball to Test Moon Surface By RALPH DIGHTON PASADENA UP) -- Some-' time next year, if President Kennedy's new timetable is met, a three-foot sphere bearing the words "United States" crash 'on the moon and break open. Out will pop a smaller ball, painted to resemble a human eye, which will roll crazily around on the lunar surface until it comes to rest with its "iris" pointed toward the earth. The "eyeball" will not be able to see anything. Its function will be to sense, with a delicate shock meter, any moon quakes or meteorite impacts that occur during its 60 vision cameras to show what the surface actually looks like --but this will require more powerful rockets than this country has yet perfected. At the moment, moon planning must be laid around rockets now ready for use-the 360,000-pound-thrust Atlas Intercontinental Missile and a 15,000 - pound - thrust Agena B second stage. At least two shots will be. made, probably later this year, Another improvement in design put the seismometer itself in a sphereical casing. Originally it was in a turret- shaped case with antennas pointing out in several directions. There was a chance it might topple over after impact, however, in such a way that none of the antennas beamed directly at earth. Scientists figured a sphere might roll around, but it would always come to rest upright to test the Atlas-Agena B if the side opposite the an- combination. They be aimed away from the moon, not toward it, because their tenna were weighted. By accident rather than design, the purpose is primarily to check, t e n n a out the hardware. If these are successful, an flat, circular an- of the sphere was painted a lighter color, giving the whole thing the to HI) days of operating life|attempt to land a seismome- app! , arance O f an cye ball. State to Pay $5 on Employes 1 Insurance Plan SACRAMENTO (#)--State contributions of S5 a month toward medical and hospital insurance for state employes starting Jan. 1 is provided under a bill signed Saturday by Gov. Brown. The employe can choose insurance plan approved j a n d radio them back to earth. And that's all. Before man can land safely on the moon, he needs to know what it's made of. Will step out of his spaceship onto jagged rocks, or into ;oft smothering dust hundreds of feet deep? Will he need steel-spjked shoes or wide air use ept er note com- ,ure through most of the|by the State Employes Retire- Reduced from *59 95 NOW $ © trouser Rochester-tailored Worsted + Daeron' 9 + Mohair Reduced f rom *46 50 NOW $ © trouser Liteweight Suits shapeholding Dacron* and Rayon Reduced from $ 49 9S NOW $ Frosty "Sudan Weave" Suits Featherlite Dacron s and Worsted Reduced £rom *36 50 NOW $ Exclusive "Polnr-Tex" Suits in miracle-cool Dacron s and Rayon Reduced from *37 50 NOW $ "Bondaire" Drip/Dry LiteweighLs Dacron^ polyester Crisp Cotton Crisp Liteweight Slacks SO DacronVWorsted Slacks § reduced from ?8.98 $0.98 O reduced from §12.8!) $13.89 All alterations without charge ®Tjponfs TM for polr«t*r fifeer CHARGE IT with 3 monthly payments No service charge. take 6 months to pay small service charge LAKEWOOD CENTER: 5224 LAKEWOOD BLVD. ANAHEIM: Broadway Shopping Center OPJN MONDAY, THURSDAY, FRIDAY, 12:30 TO 9:30 f. M.--WED., 10:30 A. M. TO 9:30 P. M. ACRES OF FREE PARKINS 14 Conveniently Located Stores In the Lot Angeles Area posu interview, conducted in the living room jus! a few steps away from a wall rack of guns. One shotgun was missing, he sheriff has it. It is the gun that killed Hemingway. Coroner Ray McGoldrick said it could have been accidental or suicide, that he was making no final judgment. Mrs. Hemingway first put out a' statement saying her Ihusband killed himself accidentally while cleaning a gun System Board. * * * * THE MEASURE, by Assem blyman Charles Meyers, D San Francisco, and Sen Samuel Geddes, D-Napa, wil cost $6.6 million a year fo the 110,000 state employes automatically covered. If the University of California Board of Regents approves, another 22,000 university employes would he cushions on his feet? The seismometer, a minia- er capsule on the moon may ome as early as January. Basic space truck for the :apsule will be a skeletonized; tructure called Ranger. This vehicle, to be fastened on the nose of the booster! rocket's second stage, is al- ·eady being built at JPL. It s 12 feet high and weighs! 800 pounds including the cap-! LEMOORE (AP)--The Navy sule. At its base, like the arms commissioned Saturday its ture version of shock ;auges that measure earth's quakes, will help answer these questions in advance. Hand-built over long months at the seismological laboratory of the California Institute of Technology, the seismome ter will measure any shock waves that come to it througl the lunar crust. The intensity and speed of the waves wil tell earth scientists what kint of material the waves traveler through, hard or soft. If there is a volcanic lion, the seismometer will re veal it. Eventually the United State: hopes to put heavier, mon elaborate equipment on eluded, pushing the annual'moon--such as remotely con cost to $7.9 million. I trolled tricycles with tele Navy Opens Big Air Base at Lemoore of a windmill, are two large solar panels to collect energy 'rom the sun to power Ranger's television camera. After separation from the Atlas booster, the second stage Agena B will go into orbit around the earth for an undetermined period. A tracking station at Woomera, Australia, is scheduled to send the signal which will start the Agena rocket engine again on a trajectory toward the moon. Somewhere in mid-course the Agena will drop away and Ranger's own small guidance rockets will take over. About 20 miles above the surface the capsule will be detached from the Ranger vehicle and at this point the TV camera stops operating. The Ranger goes on to crash into ic moon at 6,500 miles an our. A backward-firing rocket ows the capsule's fall, then , too, drops away. The cap- ule itself hits the moon al speed of about 300 miles an 3iir. The problems of protecting delicate instrument at im act speeds of 300 m.p.h. have aken thousands of man hours o solve. In final tests the seismome- :r survived a 1,000-foot drop rom a helicopter. The impacl ;ouged a crater in a strip o ilacktopping but the seismo meter operated perfectly aft erward. largest air base -- the, $100- million Station Lemoore designed Naval Air to supply Non-stop comfort! Next-to-nothing price! HAPPY-TIME COOLERS Breeze-making perforated front casuals...buttery soft, super-flexible leathers poised on sturdy arch-supporting sole. Tropical tan. 6Vi-12. Just say "Charge it"- « you tike! LAKEWOOD CENTER: 5224 LAKEWOOD BLVD. ANAHEIM:' Broadway Shopping Center OPEN MONDAY, THURSDAY, FRIDAY. 12:30 TO 9:30 P.M.- ~ ' ACRES OF FREE PARKING 14 Conveniently Located Stores In th* LOJ Angclci Area -WED., 10:30 A.M. TO 7:30 P.M pilots and planes for th? air- raft carriers of the Pacific 'leet. The 31-square-mile installa- ion, under construction for ive years, includes two 13,- iOO-foot landing strips, four arge hangars, and housing 'or 5,000 officers and men. Paul B. Fay Jr., Navy undersecretary, said in the commissioning-ceremony address that -emoore was being activated 50 years after the first takeoff and landing of an aircraft on a vessel. "In 1911 the Navy made aviation history when a Navy pilot, Kugene Ely, took off and landed his Curtiss biplane on the wooden deck of the cruiser USS Pennsylvania in San Francisco Bay," Fay said, Capt. Howard M. Avery commands the new air station. When it reaches full operational status in 1962, it will be the base for 20 squadrons, mainly of A4D Sky Hawks. These aircraft can carry their own weight in Sidewinder missiles or nuclear bombs. 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