The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on January 25, 1961 · Page 3
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Trained Porpoise Might Become 'Secret Weapon' fvednesday, January 25, *'»* CHINA LAKE Calif. (AP) - Iliat porpoise the Navy started iniinmjj a year ;igo has turned out to bo unpredictable and talkative, is expected to swim at speeds of 30 to 40 knots and talking is best trick she's learned so the far,. Expected lo swim at speeds of .10 to 40 knots — and thus show scientists how to build faster submarines —she still hasn't gone faster than 16. Scientists hope to overcome her aversion to speed by giving her more room, perhaps an inlet fenced off with antisubmarine netting. Her speed runs so far have been made in a narrow 315- foot-lonR tank. Her ability to talk delights Navy scientists. They're building complicated electronic gear in the Your Watch COMPLETELY »OVERHAULED • CLEANED • CASE & BAND POLISHED ONLY $/|95 4 MAYFAIR JEWELERS THE HOUSEOF DIAMONDS ^? Citizens Sank hopes that, by duplicating her) Notty's talking to human cars sounds, they can actually hold conversations. The porpoise, called Notty aftei' the initial of the Naval Ordnance Test Station here, has learned another trick. She can count out her ago. which is four. She does this by nudging a lever in her private pool. Her trainer, psychologist Ron Turner, says there's no chance that tills sounds like a cat in anguish. She also makes noises humans can't hear. Dr. Rene Engcl. head of oceanic research at NOTS, has caught these noises on tape and now is working on a generator to duplicate them. "Our first step," says Engcl, "will be to determine what sounds is just luck. She's been trained toj Notty reacts to. Then wo will ob- push another lever when she's,serve what she woes after each through counting. I type of sound. If we can learn EVER HAPPEN TO YOU? By Blake -THE G£Nr WHO SHOWS UP DIMMER AT HOME BARE poor AMP SHlRTL£SS_, CHOOSES HIS COSTUME To TAKE HIS wiFe-ro A SPECIALS FOR• THURSDAY • FRIDAY • SATURDAY BILL WHITE, Meat Department GRADE A BUSCH'S SUPER MARKET 22 East Ttns A, J. 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Murphy of the Livonia police department," Mur- New Jersey Governor's Race Already Is Heated marine-detection instruments, but why bother? If she can be taught to talk and count, the day may come when deep-diving Notty will swim alongside an American picket boat and yell: "Hey, skipper. I just spotted four enemy subs off Kodiak Island at 100 fathoms." "Livonia, where's Livonia?" asked Innis. Michigan, Murphy replied. "But we live in Crestwood, Mo.," Innis said. It seems Greg had stumbled onto the long distance dialing code for Livonia, then dialed the po- 'lice station number. TRENTON, N.J. fAP)-Every- ione expected a donnybrook in | New Jersey's election for governor this year. With the election : still more than nine months away. | all advance , notices have been more than fulfilled. i Gov. Robert B. Meyner, a Demi ocrat, is finishing his second four- lyear term and is constitutionally I barred from running again. 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