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  • 1. - . L e t s Seperate Fact f rm. Fantasy September 1967 . . -. s P & I ,T ~ $ & &, - , ~ $ km~ml Follming this m e t i n g , Drew . ) . L C Pearson s a i d in h i s column of June 27 ,- From the I.4ninene; NO .-I TTFES comes t h z t U Thc7nt hcas t o l d friends he d -;rep-t of a b r i l l i k t " l i @ t .obscwed considcrs UFOs t h e m s t irrg?ortant over .Gla+n an Monday, August 21 , 1967, problcm facing the United Nations next b Y t w x g 4:05arn an$ 4:20am. , to thc IJietnm War. J -. The l i g h t & -reported by P Y s . Dorothy Rwme.1, who saw the object, KWNS OFGZlNIZES &APIPLJS G O P RU "about the s i z e of a tea cup", i n t h e eastern sky over h e r h m near khe John P. IZuhns, junior Chemistry Gladden post off ice on Highk~ay19, south major snd chairman of the !i.ssouri of Salem- FWs. ??mwl had becn awSkmed section of t h c k k r i c a . l Phenomena =search by the barking of the f m i l y dog and s h e Organization (.?PRO) , is heading an mt outsidlc t o i n v e s t i g a t i when she saw atten@ t o form a U N C chapter. A zecent a - b r i l l i a n t l i g h t making its way in a issue of t h e UNIVERSITY HTEInJS says the l e i s m l y arc. Sh? dcscribccl. it a$ c l u b s purpose is t o invcstigfite and looking, "much as a k i t e k i n g flown i n snalyzc LIEU reports, snd t h e n w i l l k a a gentle breeze", and going f a r tco l o t t o investigate, Kuhns thinks, a s a slowly t o be a m t e r o r . Shc w2tched it rash of UFOs is expected t h i s month. f o r +ut f i f t e e n minutes before it disapmd. I J3quircmnts f o r rrembcrship syc :, .- those of - F . Thirty-one h a m signed a P O I F I . Runme1 rcportcd thc b g h t t o r t i t i o n f o r a c h ~ f r including Arts ,z radio s t a t i o n I<SMO1irY Sdem anB,Betty , m d Scicnc6g Ccan E wn J. Wstermsnn, d i ~1ex-m % r , phoned the wathirr s t a t i o n8 ,, & e s c v c r d Ph. D s; in ths &anistry, biology. a t L& a& . Air Field, St. buis. Thc md physics d e p a d m n t s of the mit.rcmlWb report rnras the s t a t i o n kncw o f n o ma gmduczte -mdcrgraduate st*S weather -balloon a q w h e ~ t h e area r in in these & p W - t s . Richard daring, where t h e l i g h t was seen, a l s o t h a t a assistmt professor of physics, agreed wcather baloan would not p&um 3 . t o zct as faculty advisor f o r t h e group.. , l i g h t such as described by bVs. Rmm1. .- , ,, JOIN T E " W I Z " S T f W F MC DQVALD ADDESSES . UN CMlITIIEE . mis is OVR monthly report of UFO ( I On June 7, this year, D r . Jamrts sightings and investigations in t h e NcDanald, senior physicist in Arizona "Shcm-!.kU state and elsewhere, and its Lhiversity s I n s t i t u t e of AQnsplxric success o r fculu& d e p d s upon hazr WE Physics, spoke bsforc the I h i t e d Nztions contribute t o i t s pages. Outer S p m C o h t t e e an U F O s - i n -(cantinucd second. p a v ) support of h i s h e l i e f in spaceships an recannaisance missions t o explorc thp earth. - . - S Y O K CORDIALLY INVITES flLL TO BECOPE R A E S AND CObVT-RIBmRS KLO E DR
  • 2. their s t o r i e s and f i t them i n t o the $2.00 F r year, publisbcd once a month. SI(YiD3K colums---which mans YOU should Scnd subscription t the Puhlishcx: o s d "in your s t o r i e s EARLY. 1. Johrl Farre11 Kuhns 5100 Rockhill Poa3 ROOF 319 C-B Kansas City, !d:oe Of coursc, YOUR p c r s m a l UFO sight- 64110 ing is .of t h e qeatsst i n t e r e s t , and we want .the conplcte rsport a s t o t i m e , Send reports t o t!!e Editor: .place, wcafl~er , conditi~ns description o f , j e c t and d u r ~ . t k n sighting, & of Nrs. >?ormaE. Short othcr witnesses i f any, a l l pertinent Box 129 d e t a i l s . Yed WCCo usc your nan-e, but t S t o w r , $50. , 65078 w i l l not i f you requcst it. o r t o the Assistant Editor: Watch your local newspapers f o r UFO - .--- s i q h t i n g . I f you can, i n t z ~ e wthe -- ik0Ikd P h i l l i p s , Jr . obscmr f o r futher d e t a i l s and send the c1.ipping with your report. In any 1113 !5r2 A w S e d d i z , I:o., 65301 cvcnt , SEED I N THE CLIPPING, =and be sure t o give the n a m and date of the news- paper so we can use the story, by giving ""*****" W i t h +-hC~ d i t &:?************** thc nswspaper c r e d i t . This i s thc f i r s t i s s u i of SKYLOOI< - brain chi16 of John F. ~ C L L ! ~ t-. Write your friends,. in =and out of otitcrs who put tllcir 11ezds together and s t a t c , asking t h m t o send you newspaper dscided w i3issouria.n~should h z x our e clippings of UFO sightings , being s b to ,, own report on the st rang^ happenings in includz both t h n m of the newspapet ~ the sky. and the date of the issue. I f you want your clippings returned please include SKYLLX>K t c i l l corrc out oncc? a m t h stamps. w i t h sn "extra" whcncvcr conditions We b ~ a r r ~ t . ~may st~~nblc3m md t h m n You do not h m c t o be a mrhr of before finding firm footing i n t h i s new E R 0 o r any other l i k e group t o read and field , s o w e hope you w i l l be.x with us contribute t o S Y O I . K L OZ Plhile your .7<5 ,- - .., . i f w gcof ancc i n awhile. Send us your e happa1 t o belong t o several a e r i a l s t o r i c s and suggestions an; w e l l do our p h a o m a r e s e x c h organizations, t h i s is L ~ s tt o qivt: you the kind of b u l l e t i n m in2cpcndent project with no a s s i s t ~ n c e-- you, want - -. ---- - ,- . -- - o r restrictions ,- financial--or--othzmisc - from m y group. W qc an our own! e WC arc o p r a t i n g , . a t prcsent, on absoiutely nothing", but w h o p the - W c Wmt t o &ik~ SKYLOOK an i n t e r e s t - mall subscripti& chargz w i l l eventually ing and inforrmtivc b u l l e t i n , keeping up . take c&x of th2 cost of papcr, postage on current UFO happnings ,s ; :, .: 3- *. : e t c . Our work is g r a t i s . f z c t f m ~ f m t a s y , ? n d s e e k & ~ t h c . :.. ,. It is our present intention t o evcntus.1 s o l u t ..., n t o the mystcry of the i publish on o r about thc 20th of each spac~ Visitop- TO do t h i s we ncqd YOUR . . a _. rr~nth which mans Nr. K u l m s must have the help typed copy of the S m K by t s 15th h t o qive him tim t o cut t h e s t e n c i l s and . . run-of f the copies and n a i l .them---which . - . - I $ I mans the editors must h a w t h c i r copy SUBSCFmE NCW! ! by thc 10th in ordcr t o w r i t e and rswrite
  • 3. L e Case, a newsman a t rat50 station e iQiSnS CITY TIMES, August 25, 1967. KFNS, Osage Beach, m.d~ thrze sightings ilr! i story tells of a formation of objects P i n Linn Creek 17sdley the f i r s t week i n d s s c r k d =as, "bright silvery discs", ifmch. Fivc other occupants of C s s e s car seen in the skies west of Ontonagan, also s y thc objects. The f i r s t i g h t - With. on thc 2ath m d 25th. ing w a s described as k i n g a b r i l l i a n t red l i g h t , " f a r off in thc d i s t m c e " , Thc Ontonagon County sheriff said. m v p g sideways and up down i n m hc rccieved a t l e a s t six c a l l s rsporting e r r a t i c fashion cmd chmging direction ths sightings, th2 formations being i n too f a s t t o be an ~ i r p l m e . Thc objcct groups of three t o seven. The Hancock disappe~aredwhen GXC stappcd h i s car (&fich. police departrent reccivcd ) and the rkn step@ out f o r a b c t t z r view, similar reports. but tul minutes 12ter in the scm valley, thcy sa7 snotl~er i g h t =about two-thousand l The Federal Aviation ngcncy a t the/ f e e t up. 73is was t r a w l i n g i n a north- Houghton a i r p o r t s a i d Air Canada air- t~sterly direction md secmd t o be a c r z f t flying nothrwest of the zirport bright, white l i g h t , but without blurred c d ~ ~r t~ . 2 secing 2 UFO ~7bOvzthz plane. p e . edges. Case could not m&e out the s h q - although it w a s a clear night. This l i g h t abruptly, "went out", over the SIGHTDIG AT TUCSON middle of the valley, within a hcdf mile . , of the o b s e m r s . Fivc minutes l a t e r Ted P h i l l i p s , Jr., mports thzt another white l i g h t appaared, zig-zagging , p e r s a n ~ dfriends of h i s living nccv t h m hovering f c r a couple of scccmds Tucson, Arizona, wrotc him of s w i n g , in be forc disappcxing . dczylight, a bright red-orange d i s c hovering in the a i r f o r =about f i v e minutes u n t i l two Ar Force intcrccptors qproachcd. i FLYING OBTECiS OVER TULSA The object went s t r s i g h t up when t h e plancs attcmptcd t o circle it, thm dropped belm TUGS2 VDIILD, August 13, 1967. T h m t h a n when thcy rcclchcd its altitude. Tulsar?s, including an P i r Force a r aimn ?his;cartinucd f o r cabout twenty minutes. hare on leave, claim t o have sccn five %hp chc objcct wparcntly t i r i n g of t h e unidentified objccts ppss over Tulsc f r m gem, l e f t a t a high ratx of speed and north t o south in f o m t i o n c x l y _ disapp~nd from sight, ..There were Saturday. I . . severcll witncsscs t o t h i s sighting, made t h i s spring. Airman Gorden Smith of 317 South - . Victor Ave , his brother, Eiltm , and a f r i m d , Raymild M i n i c a , a l l m cs of br the Ingemational O r d c r f o r thc ~ n v c s t - Flying Objects , igation of ~ n i d e r k i f i c d By T d Phillips, Jr. stated they s w f i w glowing cbjccts a through binoculars about 1 30cm. : The plsnct Venus w i l l be r i s i n g a t =about sun up an Scptcmbcr 1st and by the Smith said the objects made no m d of the month it w i l l be r i s i n g sm sound ~md passed over h u t two-thousand threc hours i=hz~.d. the sun. It w i l l be of feet up. H e s t a t d thcy definitely very b r i l l i m t -4.2 magnitude. Venus, not p a r t of an earlier m t e o r shower. Jupiter and tQc star F&gulus (1st rnzgn- itudc) w i l l b6 c s p e c t a c u l ~ r i o in the t~ morning sky. M a r s is v i s i b l e f o r s m t h r c s hours a f t e r sunset. Saturn r i s e s as an 0.8 mgnituck objcct just a f t e r sunset. It should k c noted t h c t on S c p t d x r 23rd .Xars w i l l be vcry near the red star zitarcs.
  • 4. Pagc Four .. .. , ... UFOs IN EUROPE - : Ti% bEbJS S A D TN ST;. . LOPS POST-DISPrn, Jdy-: f 9 7. 25, 6 : By Ted P h i l l i p s , sr0 This story i s from a clipping sent in -by John F. Schuessler , a mcmber : of APRO, cmd IXXIMG SPJJCERS , Nos. 1 , 2 and 3 , w e quote: "Reports of flying. saucers over a Dell magazine, 1967. wide areas of Euopc have been invcstig- ated lzy the British g o v e m n t but, "Ssslccr Lands in Virginia" -NATION& npthing of defmss i n t e r e s t has bcen ENQUIRER, Junc 25, 1967. found , - P a r l i d t was told. yesterd?.y. Lhidcntif ied flying objects looking l i k e "Are Flying Saucers Really Creatures f i r e b a l l s . w e r e reported seen; in several That Live 1n Outer Space?"-TRUE, Aug. ,19670 Europan a u n t r i e s l a s t week; "UFO Pcanic Insl2e Fussi~"-SAGh, August, 1967. NOTHING NmrJ UNDER THE SUN "UFO: .Theories of Flightu-SCII3JCE & An AP story of .July 12 tqld of a P.ECHLiNICS, A11gus t , 196 7. . - A .- . . mmuscript found in the public library s t L a Spczia, I t a l y , i n which the writer "Thk ?7mque, N. J. Sightings " , P a r t s (Antonio Cesena) reported on a 16th cent- I.,.. FI :"&d 111-SCIEXE & I~CHANICS, m y , ury version of a UFO. H e m t e t h a t i n June and July, 1967. 1558 peasents in two d i f f e r e n t c?rczs saw, "a strange dis-8; ;hanging from yellow t o SCIENCE N W , Z~ugust, 1967-2 gcod E S red, and with red f i r c t b d l s shining article an Volunteer Flight Officer bemath it. " Neb~ork,whosa ?im is t o watch f o r reenter- ing space &jccts-twenty h s reportcd. 0 OBJECT EXPLoDES OVER WNSAS FLYING S U E S A CR HOSTILE-an Awzrd hook by Brad Stciger, 75C-covers h o s t i l e K N A CITY TDES,Junc 10, 1967. An ASS action, reports sightings in USSR. A account of a rysterious object explod- P ing in the sky over Newton, Kansas, early N N I O ~ J N , ENQUIRER, S e p t c d e r 10,1967- on June 9th. J c r r y K i l l f o i l , I!cwton thrcc page story on Coast Guard and others p a t r o b , w a s thrcc miles c z s t of Newton watching cone shaped UFO. when he sm a , "bright orange flash", i n thc sky. It then began t o f a l l cmd f e l l "Wmt thc Chief of US-W s project beyond the horizon. Officcr K i l l f o i l Blue Book Thinks Pc 11 find c u t about a- J s s i d , " I t wcas a very bright explosion of UFOS"-~ECHANIX ILLUSTRATED, Sept., 1967. orange -and white l i g h t . I don t know how f a r away it was and I ht Icnm whst it FLYING SAUCER OCCUP~WTS-~ book sign& was. I f by Coral snd Jim Lorenzen, 75C. Rcprint of thc 1954 edition, gocd account of msny Sheriff V c m P/Iillcr scud he rcccived old sightings, many pre-1900. f i v e other c a l l s from persons reporting str~mgc objects i n t h e sky, and about the FLYING SAUCERS-a LOOK publication s c a m t i r e Wichitz residents were sight- th& c m out t h i s s m e r . It contzins ing objects they believed t o bc flying mny reports 2nd photogr?phs, $1.00. saucers. SUBSCRIBE . NOkJ! !
  • 5. ("Pag? Five AUJI-IOR PA E CHOICE SIGHTING J MS Dr. Frank Stranges was intervkwcd by A r t Linkletter on the l a t t e r s r a o prcgrm August 11th. Linkletter askcd an zudimm of 400 how mny of them bclieved jm, "flying s ~ . u ~ r s clnd zczid &OUT h d f ", held up t h e i r hands--a f a i r p r c e n t a g c considering Ljnklettzr s t a t e d h i s nn disklief first. W e asked t o n m the most authentic hn sighting of the many r e p o r t ~ d ,Dr. Strangcs gave as h i s choice the one a t &d Bluff, California, i n which three red object+ - swcopd dcwn and w e r e seen by a pat~olmsn. These w e p l a t e r identified by &heAir Form as k i n g fbrs and two bright stars, hmver, a check revesled t h a t nciaer M r nor the two stars n m d w e r e u i ~ i l $ e as a t that t d . Dr. Strmges f i r s t becam interested i n UFOs in 1945 when a pilct friend told hi;^ of sighting three dish s h z i ~ d objects cn a c o l l i s i a n course w i t h h i s plane during the w a r . The p i l o t s story w a s verified by other mxbers of h i s group. For what it is worth--Dr. Strangcs hzs written a new bcok, THE STMGER AT TE PENTAGCBIJ, d:mt a nztivc of Venus who I has been working at the Pentagan since 1959. This sounds l i k e science. f i c t i o n t o ye c d i t o r , but the author i n s i s t s thc book is factual. It wcx announced o v a radio station mDS, St. Louis, that two observers a t Camdenton, No. , near the Lake of the Ozarks, sighted m unknown d i s c shaped object from t h e i r car. !lhey described it as k i n g white md yellow in color, but no futher d e t a i l s w e r c givcn. The sighting was made March 16th of this year. SUBSCRIBE N W ? O: . .. -:.: . 4. . ,. ..