Papp v Roser Superior Court of Los Angeles Dec 21 1973 John Phillips Tustee
This five-page document outlines the details and challenges that Papp and Roser had and how they could not get along in managing the business affairs of Enviornetics Inc. Consequently, the court ordered that a new controlling director be appointed John. R. Phillips.
Amendment to Partnership Papp Roser Solid Fuel
This is the one-page legal carveout gives Papp the authority and perspective that he did not need to honor the court order with Roser. Hence, he just moved to Nebraska and set up shop under Papp International. It is this solid fuel that is the key in his mind.
Papp v Roser Dec 2-1973 Superior Court Los Angeles No969-831
This 15-page public court document includes what each party is asking of the other, including the original partnership agreement and Joe Papp’s submarine solid fuel carveout.
Joseph Papp FBI File 8-21-73
This is file discusses the event where Papp turns up missing and is shot in the shoulder. Along with the planned engine demonstration to Convair. Clearly states Papp’s “explosive nature” and that he is “emotional, unstable and under emotional strain.”
Papp v Roser Superior Court Los Angles Judgement Jul 6 1973 No 986-383
This is a six-page default summary judgment against Papp in favor of Roser, outlining the specifics of the judgment.
Motor Boating Magazine May 1971
Short promotional article about the Papp engine, noble gases, reference to working demonstrations and explosions.
Gardena Valley News Nov 21-1968
This front-page article is rich with first-hand witness accounts of the explosion at the Environetics parking lot where Joe Papp was demonstrating his noble gas atomic engine for some 35 onlookers. Noted are who was injured, what was said along with the reporters first-hand experiences.
Enviornetics-Papp-Roser Background Data Jul 23-1968
This is a 20-page technical background document is on how the engine works, the noble gas mixtures, electrical components, fabrication details and engine components.
Montreal Gazette Aug 17, 1966 Papp Submarine
This newspaper article describes the details of his 300-mph submarine and his false claims of taking the submarine to France when in fact he flew. The Royal Canadian Mounted Police were involved and government officials.
Ottawa Citizen Newspaper Aug 1966
This newspaper article also covers the submarine launch and details around the event, published two days earlier than the Montreal Gazette article.