Clovis News-Journal from Clovis, New Mexico on May 12, 1966 · Page 3
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May 12, 1966

Clovis News-Journal from Clovis, New Mexico · Page 3

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New Engine Oil Check Developed For Air Force LOGAN, N.M. (UPD- The best fishermen from New Mexico will take on the top anglers .from Texas this weekend, at Ute BOLLING AFB, D. C. — En-;lengths. Spectral light then pass-1contract laboratories In England Lake near Logan in the first Bass Fishermen From N.M,, Texas To Compete At Logan gine oil analysis to detect aif-jes through exit slots positioned and Germany support overseas craft engine wear is about to in the focal curve so as to re- commands. All Air Force hell- Z come out of the laboratory and|ceive wave lengths of the vari- move into the maintenance hangar. ^ A small analyzer is being developed for U. S. Air Force field units by Baird-Atomic, Inc., of » Cambridge. Mass., under a 480,000 contract with the Air Force Systems Command's Research and Technology Division (RTD). The device will be capable of detecting the quantity of submicroscopic metal particles which indicate aircraft engine wear and do it without the controlled, laboratory conditions that now are necessary. ~ With the spectrometric analyzers located at selected U. S. Air Force bases the engines can be tested on the spot, thus eliminating the necessity for sending the samples to a distant laboratory and waiting for the results. The technique of determining : engine "health" by measuring the degree of wear is not new, but its application to gas turbine engines is comparatively recent. During the original Air Force program, more than 8,000 sam- ^ pies of engne oil from three different types of fighter aircraft were analyzed. - Such oil samples are extracted periodically from the engine oil system and examined f o r metallic contamination by spectrometric analysis. In this tech- niaue, the oil specimen is vaporized by heat, and its light output separated by wave Flying Objects Friend, Foe Or Fantasy ous metals in the oil sample. Different metals show up in different colors in the spectrum. The engine oil analyzer is an additional tool to determine possible future malfunction of the engine. Trouble can often .be detected by ground crews during engine run-ups; at other times pilots might detect future trouble by the sound or action of an engine, or by behavior of the gauges. In no case can a determination be made as to the seriousness of the trouble until the engine is disassembled. At present, six laboratories are used to support aircraft in the United States. One Air Force laboratory in Japan, and two Obits In The News NEW YORK (UPI) —Mrs. Gertrude Folks Zimand, 71, for half a century one of the country's leading campaigners against child labor abuses, died Tuesday in a fall from her sixth floor apartment. Police said Mrs. Zimand, who was believed alone in the apartment at the time, apparently fell through a bedroom copters and fighter aircraft are being monitored. In addition, a service test with some multi- engined aircraft is in progress. Donald C. Kittinger, of RTD's Systems Engineering Group at Governor's Challenge Bass Tournament Although New Mexico Gov. Jack Campbell and Texas Gov. John Connelly will not be on hand, they have agreed that the governor "of the losing state will send the other a '"suitable representative from their home state, and then the top team from New Mexico and Tetas will face each other in the finals. The tournament will rotate each year, and will be held at Lake Meredith in the Texas Panhandle nest year. Wright-Paterson AFB, Ohio, is pn project engneer for the "base- A number of two-man teams Wright -Patterson AFB, Ohio, is from each state will battle for er. the right of being named the TULSA, Okla,, - U. S. of production last week increased by 82,300 battels to a dally av erage of 8,290,900 barrels, the 01 and Gas Journal reported. Man's Remains COKKAlftS -The charred body of a retired osteo- patiiic physician was found late Tuesday night In hit Cottales iome. ' Dr. Edward M, Shealy, 84, fl saraitly burned to death after his bed ignited from a cigarette. Deputy Sheriff Jack Bin- nadni said a mattress in the room was still burning when he on. BRYCE cnmopRAcrcm ins W. Mflimnn 191-2011 window by reported to accident. She was have been ill. Mrs. Zimand was a former general secretary of the National Child Labor Committee and a founder of the National Committee on Employment of Youth. CHICAGO (UPI) —Funeral services will be held Thursday lor Brig. Gen. Lafeton Whitney HOLLYWOOD (UPM —Is it: iRcl.). 71, executive director of possible that there are more j the Wicboldt Foundation, a intelligent beings than those jphilanthropic organization, who inhabit this planet? Whitney, who died Monday Is it aren't? possible that there after a short illness, also was vice chairman of the Ravinia In one way or another, "CBS'Festival Association and pres- Reports" touched on these jident of the Japan-America matters Tuesday night in a one- Society of Chicago. CHICAGO (UPII) —Mrs. Fran- hour color documentary about unidentified flying objects en- ces B. Peacock, 79, wife of the titled "UFO: Friend, Foe or owner and publisher of a group Fantasy.* Quite naturally, the program, whose host and chief reporter was Walter Cronkite, was prompted "sightings" by the alleged of unidentified fly- not long ago in ing objects Michigan. And quite naturally, there could be no definite type of answer to the questions posed, though the hour was decidedly skeptical in its attitude toward flying saucers—while rather believing in its views on life evolving elsewhere. Pro and Con A standard documentary of suburban Chicago newspapers, died Monday after a lengthy illness. She was survived by her husband, Raymond J. Peacock of the Peacock Publishing Co. Packing Plant Considered In El Paso Area The Ysleta site is tentative. Oil Production Down EL PASO (UPi) —A packing plant may be built on a 43-acre site northeast of Ysleta, Tex. Morrell Packing Co. is taking format was employed in looking!bids in El Paso for construction at the subject at hand. Thereof the plant, to be run by its was the usual history backdrop, subsidiary, Peyton Packing Co. and there were the interviews The nt p ton lant is with alleged eyewitnesses of in the Chamizal ^a, which is suitings, and there were the, iQ be transferred by the ij. s . experts who were skeptical, i „ . , ,„ . and those who were not so 'Government to Mexico. skeptical. One English authority, rather miffed at the possibly conceited i attitude of earthlings who think | they are the center of| h ;' B S-^VJU^"^; & «i/^~ from a head wound she suffered Sunday while she and her husband were struggling ov-j er a .22 caliber pistol. The i shooting took place at the Bauders' home. Police said Marvin Bauder declared his wife shot herself in the head during the struggle. Funeral services will be held Thursday in Albuquerque. Mrs. Bauder is survived by her husband; two sons; a daughter; a brother; and her mother. lot,'' he sugges It was disappointing that no one brought up the possibility that visitors from outer space had indeed been here, but hadn't liked what they saw, and left. Other points, however, were brought up. One of them was the oft-repeated charge by some believers that the truth is being covered up by the military establishments. Of course this was denied. 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