kit in airshow
Jerseyville air shoiv set Sunday JERSEYVILLE — The largest' aerobatics and homebuilt aircraft shoy for the area will be held starting at 1 p.m. Sunday at Jerseyville Jerseyville Airport one mile south of the city. Among the aerobatics flyers to perform in the afternoon show are Bethalto's Pinky Opp who flys an AT6 for racing and aerobatics. Other pilots and their flying machines from the area are George Cooper and his Spezio two-holer; Dale Kopff and his Midget Mustang and Mike Knudsen with his Casset Racer. The Midget Mustang Air Force from Davenport, Iowa, will fly in for the event weather permitting and many other members o f the Experimental Experimental Air era ft Association will show observers observers what this thing of building and flying your own plane is about. And the Jerseyville Air Force will do a fly . by with three of their clubs' mini planes. These will include the Breezy, where all the pilot sits on is a seat and bare metal (framework, a Stets Playboy and a Smith. Flying for the Jerseyville Ah- Force in the show will be Bill Beaty, Bill Simpson, Charley Martin, and Kit Heacock. Pete Beery will be riding shotgun in the Breezy and Kit Heacock will pilot the Stets. The famous "Snoopy's Dog House" plane which is the only radio controlled dog house in the country, will be another outstanding feature of the air show.