Independent Press-Telegram from Long Beach, California on July 16, 1961 · Page 28
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Independent Press-Telegram from Long Beach, California · Page 28

Long Beach, California
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Sunday, July 16, 1961
Page 28
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Deaths KEELEY--Ernest W., 69, ef 1438 Newport Ave., died ·Saturday. Surviving are wife, .Myrtle; sister, Mrs. Virginia -Houchin; sons, Jack, Bernard and Trevelyn. Service Tuesday, 11:30 a.m., Mottell's Peek Mortuary. Early A~Bomb Secrets Revealed in '40 Papers NEW YORK UP) -- Confidential documents and letters tracing the development of the U. S. government's first, contract for atomic energy research were made public Saturday by Columbia University. The papers had been kept secret for 21 years. They tell the story o f t n e initial scientific speculation about nuclear energy, the notes exchanged with government officials and the start of work that led to the atomic bomb. The original contract, be- tween Columbia and the National Defense Research Committee, was signed in November, 1940, at the threshhold of World War H. Known officially as NDC- RC-32, it provided Columbia scientists $40,000 to "conduct studies and experimental in- vestigations In connection with certain properties of uranium and other substances . . ." * * EVENTUALLY, the huge undertaking became known as the "Manhattan Project," involving expenditure of bil- lions of dollars, but In thff beginning, the papers show some cost - shaving restrictions. "Not allowed," was the government stamp on a $6.67 item,for telephone calls and registered mail submitted by the u n i v e r s i t y on one voucher. The papers show that with iwar spreading over Europe, C-o--INDEPENDENT-PRESS-TELEGRAM ong Btach, C*IJI- Sunday/ July 1C. Ifsl Columbia scientists in 1939 performed some tentative experiments in nuclear fission, based on Einstein's famed formula, E equals Me squared. * * + * SUBSEQUENTLY, P r o f . Sziiard and other scientists got Albert Einstein to sign a letter to President Roosevelt on Aug. 2, 1939, urging further atomic research, ]· Soon afterward came the first government contracts. As the project expanded beyond Columbia facilities, it was moved to Chicago in February, 1942. HUGH--James Foster, 65, of 1626 Erie St., died Friday. . Surviving are wife, Ethelyn; · son, Howard; sister, Mrs. Bonnie C. Turner. Service Tuesday, 1 p.m., Mottell's Peek Mortuary. LAMBRAKIS -- Paulos H. 57, of 2082 Chestnut Ave. died Friday. Surviving are wife, Olympia; son, Spiro and George; d a u g h t e r , Bessi L a m b r a k i s . Rosary, today 7:30 p.m., Dilday Chape 1 Service Monday, 2:30 p.m Greek Orthodox Church. YARGER--Corinne, infan daughter of Mr. and Mrs David Yarger, of 3815 Main Ave., died Friday. Survivin besides the parents are granc parents, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Cook, Roy Yarger and Mrs. Roy Whitney. Private services were held Saturday. BRADFORD--Alton B., 64, of 504 Rose Ave., died Friday. Surviving are wife, Effie; b r o t h e r s , George, Forrest, Floyd, Noble and Roy; sisters, Mrs. Lena Chedester and Mrs. ]nas C u r r a t h e r s . Service Tuesday, 9:30 a.m., Wcslmin- ! ster Park Chapel, Dilday Fam- · lly Funeral Directors directing. H A N E K A M P (Los Ala- niitos)--Roy, 69, of 10682 Los Alamitos Blvd., died Friday. Surviving are daughter, Mrs. Maxine Croft; son, Roy; brother, Verner; sisters, Mrs. Bertha Geoury and Mrs. Emma Livisey. Service Monday, 9 a.m., Dilday Family Funeral Directors. B LA JOS (Buena Park)-Raymond Martinez, 7, of 8191 Moody Ave., died Friday. Surviving are parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Blajos; brothers, Tom Jr., Rudy, Rubin, Eddie, Richard; sisters, Rachae!, Rebecca, Delia, Yolanda. Rosary Monday, 8 p.m., Saint Polycarp Catholic Church, Stanton. Requiem Mass Tuesday July 18, 9 a.m., Saint Polycarp Church. Arrangements by Peek Family Colonial Funeral Home. . THOMPSON--Carl S., 53, ; of 5121 Long Beach Blvd., '· died Friday. Surviving are ' wife, Hazel B.; son, John R. '. M o r i a r t y; daughter, Mrs. : Phyllis Davis; mother, Mrs. ! M a r g a r e t Mayer; brother, Einer. Services T u e s d a y , 1 10:30 a.m., Hunter Mortuary · Chapel. JENSEN--John S. Sr., 41, ; of 2545 E. 220th St., died Friday. Surviving are wife, Marva; son, John F. Jr.; daughters, Mrs. Denna King, Marsha and Pattie; parents, Mr. and Mrs. Glenaon Jensen; brothers, Gordon, Calvin and i Brye. Service Tuesday, 2 p.m., · Spongberg Mortuary. Fee Wins Rank of Rear Admiral Commander of the Long Beach Naval Shipyard. Capt. John Fee, is one of 36 line officers that President Kennedy has approved for promotion to the temporary rank of rear admiral. Fee, commander of the base since January, has a long career in naval shipyard duties, including an assignment as maintenance officer of a task force during the Bikini atom-bomb tests. His first assignment following his graduation from the Naval Academy in 5935 was aboard the USS Nevada, then based in Long Beach. During his tour of duty aboard the Nevada he married a Long Beach girl, Marjorie Mary Maxwell. Capt. Fee was recently honored at a luncheon by the Independent Business Men's Association. Death at Ensenada ENSENADA, Mexico (UPI) ·--Mrs. Ruth Dorothy Ashley, 51, Arcadia, Calif., drowned in a resort swimming pool while vacationing here with her son. NEWSPAPERS SULMIST! GOLD TODAY ONLY-NOON to 6 P.M PRICES SLASHED ON EVERY ITEM IN STORE · A quick fast SIX HOURS of unheard-of values. $112,860.00 worth of Top Name Merchandise, for just $64,760.00. · Floor Samples, Slightly Damaged, Slightly Soiled Pieces, Demonstrators, One or Two of a Kind Pieces--Limited Quantities ... All Saks Final. · Prices so low the famous manufacturers refused to allow us to use their names. Hundreds more Items-Available Than Space Permits Listing Here. ' ... ...-:-^?fv ; r.N-vL-f:r^ - ·····..·':·??:·.········'· ' ·····' ·'·-··" -" · Our Buyers Worked All Night to Re-tag all the items for This Record-Savings Event. DOORS OPEN PROMPTLY AT NOON and Shop 'til 6 Today, Sunday. NO MONEY DOWN YEARS TO PAY! FAMOUS BRANDS · THOMASVILLE · BIGELOW « LEES · MOHAWK · SHERIDAN · ECUPSE · COLONY · STANLEY · PACKARD BELL · ADMIRAL · FEDDERS · LANE · ZENITH · BASSETT · KROEHLER · SIMMONS · CHARUON TOP NAME BRANDS SPECIAL EASY TERMS Famous Broadioom, Carpets and Rugs 25 patterns, VISCOSE BROADLOOM, from yd. 69 patterns, WOOL BROADLOOM, from yd. $ 2.98 40 patterns, NYLON BROADLOOM, from yd. $ 3.98 125 9x12 Asstd." Paiterns Colors. S 33 FAMOUS BRANDS · VOGUE · VIRTUE · SHEfiMAN BERTRAM · SEALY · KENT COFFEY · GENERAL ELECTRIC · WEST1NGHGUSE :; .?.FRIG1DA1RE · MAYTAG · NORGE · O'KEEFE . MERRITT · KELVINATOR - · HOOVER RCA VICTOR 110 12x15 to 12x13 Asstd. Patterns Colors. .. . AIL ACCESSORIES up to 3314 3 off Furniture Sleep Equipment 400 TABIES, all styles, finishes, .from 200 CLUB CHAIRS, oil styles, colors .. .from 60 SLEEPERS WITH MATTRESS . . . f r o m 68 DINETTES, all styles from 50 SECTIONALS, j all styles from 45 SOFAS, all styles from 80 2 PC. SETS, all styles from 40 MODERN BEDROOM SETS .. .f.-orn 125 MATT. BOX SPRINGS, .from, eo. 35 ODD BEDS, all styles .from 70 DINING ROOMS all styles from 45 DESKS, *: -' all stylet from T 8 BOOKCASES, all styles from 20 MAHOGANY BACHELOR CHESTS, from 20 MAPLE BEDROOMS from 20 PROVINCIAL BEDROOM SETS . . . f r o m 25 BUNK BEDS from 30 STUDIO COUCHES from 25 LOUNGE COUCHES from 28 KING SIZE MAT. B. SPR. from, set 35 CEDAR CHESTS from 60 SOFA BEDS MATCHING CHAIRS, from 72 RECL1NER CHAIRS from 25 SW1VEI ROCKERS from 300 LAMPS, all stylet from Appliances Pianos Organs SPINET TYPES ffojiy TJ BABY GRANDS, Fr. 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