Monday, 18 February 2013 19:16

RE Dr. Openheimer

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I don't know why the posting didn't accept the dollars signs I had posted on the article but what I meant to convey was that Dr. Openheimer gave me a 5 dollar bill to pay for his meal and I gave him change for a ten dollar bill which he put into his pocket without even looking at it.

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George Pomonis

Born in Santa Fe in the early 1930's. Second child of three born to Tom Pomonis and Helen (Vorres) Pomonis. Parents immigrants from Greece. I am a graduate of the Santa Fe Public School System having attended Wood-Gormely, Harrington Jr. Hi and graduating from SF High School in 1950. I am a retired organic chemist. I was employed by the Denver Research Institute (1957-58), Lasdon Foundation Research Institute for Chemotherapy as a research chemist (1958-63), Geigy Pharmaceutical Co. as research chemist (1963-65), and Bioscience Research Laboratory ARS/USDA as a senior scientist 1965-97.) I served in the US Army 1956-57. I spent a 1 year sabbatical in Athens, Greece at the Demokritos Research Institute.


  • Comment Link ed Saiz Wednesday, 20 February 2013 01:46 posted by ed Saiz

    Now you see how sharp he was, just kidding
    When I worked for the Lawrence Livermore Lab in Ca. I had
    the opportunity to listen to "brown-bag, lunch-time"
    lectures about Los Alamos and R.J.Openheimer,s adventures
    by his co-worker Dr. Edward Teller. remember hearing about

  • Comment Link Allan MacGillivray III Tuesday, 19 February 2013 17:46 posted by Allan MacGillivray III

    Its like tipping at the supermarket George.

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