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Mufon ufo journal 1968 7. july - skylook

  1. 1. Single COPY Prlce 3 4 Let s Separate Fact Fram FantaeyI RADIO NET C O U L D TRAP U O Fs Wayne Green, publisher of "73 -azinen mots OR HOAX? Realdents of Kitsap County, Washington, Peterborough, N.H. ) has hlndly given and Seattle, 15 miles across Puget Sound ermission t o quote from his a r t i c l e s fmol Brcme%-tonhad front-row seat8 f o r an elp Solve the UFO Prob- unscheduled Fourth of JhQ f l n a l e which ?" and "The UFO Net" i n t h e B l and had fkattle la^ enforcement and d r p o r t swltchbo&s Jannaed by hundred6 of c a l l a frc Mr. Green Writes, "If t h e U F O s are, a8 any believe, space c r a f t v i s i t i n g our lanet, can you think of a more important pereogs anxiow t o know w h a t wae TWO port OFCM 7"". (near Bremerton girls w o were sleeping out under t h e stars h vent of our times?" H points out t h a t e watched an unidentified f l y i n g obJect f o r overnment investigation of slghtings "has about 15 minutes. L i s a Leurquin, 15, told een f o r t h e purpose of proving them non- ITIE N- SUN that she an8 her friepd, xistant" and there i s a great need f o r an Debbie Inglee, 13, s w the obJect &out a ll:w pn "It k-as l i k e a r e a l l y bright star, i. b u t bigger," Lisa said. It egpeared t o be ea of taking pictures nore of % white Ught than "of m y p a r t i c - hey a r e s t i l l theEe and ular shape." she reported. Iilsas Mother,checking f o r radiation, megnetic variatiom, Mrs. Robert, R e Leurqin, of XI13 Sequoi St. (P.Q.) a l s o watched the object. e i s t o s e t up (coqtinued on page seven) UFO h e ~ been UFO GROUP TO HAVE INFORMAL MEET JohnSchuessler, who heads t h e UFO Study koup of Greater St. buls, and who i e one iquitous, reaching i n t o every community- of our beet reporters, haa invited us t o hau ousands of amateurs can all. U s t e n on B m c k - 4 t o be held on t h e lawn e frequency and hear any s t c t i o n trans- ~f tk Schueesler h m e t h e afternoon and t t i n g . And any one of t h e atations can evening of Auguet 25th. "It i s f o r ell of ert dl of the others when sowthing is our UPOish filerads and t h e i r famllie8,11 John writes. "Everybody t o bring a couple "If w were t o establish a net frequency e sf d i m aad well put it a l l together and 80, 40 and 20 meters f o r UFO reporting have a r e a l feed, along with friendly meet- e could arrange f o r a single tone t o be Lng of those we all work with and never see. John l i v e s at 0 Fallon, k , 808 . at Primrose Court. H sent ue a detsiled meg e fuch spsce does not p e a t us t o reproduce- but i f youre on t h e I l l i n o i s aide of t h e e l a l l of the time, nuvling s i l e n t l y . river, c m r r a t t h e Chain of Rocks bridge u r s i n every cornunity i n t h e country sn 1-270 snd drive west thmugh St. Charlee h e i r local police, CD, etc., t o sn 1-70 t o OtFallon. Check your road map- snd you - cant miss* -- a l l them immediately i f arpr sightinge . - - - - -- - (continued on page three) . - (continued on page three)
  2. 2. . i n e r y of t h e e c i e n t i f i c e s t a b l i s h e n t " Enclosed wlth his l e t t e r was sn e d i t o r i a l f r o m t h e Denver POST, of 2, 1968. Begin- $3.00 per year, published once a month. ning by cementing on t h e a r t i c l e i n WOK Send subscriptions t o t h e Publisher: magazine, Dr. Edward U. Condon, t h e phyei- John F a r r e l l Kuhns c i s t d i r e c t the Colorado project, is quoted 311 East 48th S t r e e t a~ sagring the h o k e r t i c l e contsias "meny Kansas City, Missouri 64 1 12 falsehoods misrepresentation6 ." s t m has finished t h e f i e l d work, and Con- Hie don c m his c r i t i c s a r e txying t o f o r c e( Send r e p oMrss ..t o t h e m i t o r : . . rt Norma Short BDX 129 flndingr . him t o mRkP a premature r l l e s s e of hie Qubting fmm t h e e d i t o r i d : "We b e l i e v e Stsver, Mo., 65708 D r . Condoate response must be accepted at f a c e v s l u e at this s t a g e of t h e inveatiga- ~ s s i s t a n t ditor: E t i o a * + * we hope %he r e p o r t will b e suf- Mr.. Ted ~ h i l l i ~ .Jr. . s , f l c i m t l y thomu$h and authentic t o answer 1113 Ware Avenue t h e charge that t h e research team had no Sedalia,.. Missouri., 65301 inztentfon of making a objective study." n And" "So w m a m e Dr, Condon i e skepti- e c d o a h s c i e n t i f i c akeptieism doe8 not pro- ADWmISING RATES clude cllcientific 8tud;y. It may indeed, add C l a s s i f i e d ad of not more than t h r e e l i n e s a d e s i r a b l e dimension. W would not have e 254 one time, 354 two i s s u e s 5 Q t h r e e O wanted t h e CU e$udy t o be made by men who times. Boxed ads--254 per column ,inch; l5Q were c e r t a i n before they s t a r t e d that green per inch on second run. men from Mars were Landing on t h e nearest Write f o r s p e c i a l r a t e s on h a l f p q e or hjlU * * * y e t we a r e not s a t i s f i e d with page ads. some of t h e negative r e p o r t s made by t h e C S M S ACCOMPANY AD A H UT Air Force and o t h e r o f f i c i a l agencies about Send a l l &lvertising t o t h e publisher. UFOs i n t h e p u t . W can understand t h a t t h e e oPdimwy man o r woman who sees a highly un- With t h e ;Editor usual cloud p a t t e r n o r a very peculilrar l i g h t W a r e plessed t o report t h a t editors of e i n t h e sky might imagine q u i t e as s u r e it i s h e r UFO publications, member6 of Ul?O study a space ship. Wzt we .are not q u i t e a8 s u r e oups, e t a , have- w r i t t e n ue t o eqpress about t h e unexplained sightinge made by more reement with our views re t h e upcmlng Con- experienced highly trained observers. A recent Boviet magazine a r t i c l e describes sev- David.Schroth, s e c r e t a r y of t h e U O Study F e r a l of t h e s e r e l i a b l e observations, in- oup of Greater S t . Louis, w r i t e s "I agree cluding one made by t h r e e Latvian astrono- h.your e d i t o r i a l i n t h e Map iseue.regard- mere u i n g binoculars and a telescope, t h e apparent whitewaah e f f o f i a .of Condon The e d i t o r i a l concludeo, "we do not know w. !I presume you have read ,NIWs y e t whether CU1s study of Woe i s a boon- t of t h i s a f f s i r in t h e current U O F d o k l e , a boon o r something inbetween. The IGATOR; p a r t i c u l a r l y revesllng WW t h e p r o j e c t K i l l have t o stand o r fall on i t s r t i o n on .low memo o f . August 9, 1966, la scccunpUshmente. W do r e g r e t t h a t D r . e wae omitted from F u l l e r 8 a r t i c l e i n Condoa i s unable o r unwilling now t o ansver , t h a t - i s , t h e portion i n which Taw LOOKte chsrge i n d e t a i l . But we suggest e s .that it i s not respectable t o .give everyone w a i t f o r t h e p r o j e c t r e p o r t before o u i consideration t o t h e p o e e i b i l i t y t h a t paseing Judgment, a r e ,real, and- t h a t bellevere who admit W are waiMng. e - a-possibility remain outcaete! Such a ement .. obviously moves beyond a doubt the:s c i e n t i f i c community i s extremely e l u c t a n t , . t o study W :repofis." O , M. Schroth continues,"In vim. of . t h e evl- r entJy negative r e p o r t t o be, relemed by Con- n i n a f e~ months, l e t LUhope t h a t the gomus e f f o r t s of professor McDonald, Hynek e l , SidlBbury and a u t . h p s , Vallee, Eflchel, Keyhoe, can successfully defeat the mch-
  3. 3. ENGINEER SAW U O F Page Three SKYWOK Pege Thee Robert T. Hays, of 7431 Hazebreast, Hazel-wood, Mo., and two o t h e r occupants of a C - ~ 8on a t r a i n i n g mission out of Stockton, Calif ., a l esrct itehnet ii rf i p otlei c em and aqr eor t h v rasi l an lt e ~theye d If c a are e v a e i e est bsaw a UFO t h e n i g h t of A p r i l 2nd, this year. would have a warning and might b e a b l e t oM r . Hays, then t h e plane Connsander and naw an i n t e r c e p t t h e UFO s . I tengineer a t t h e McDonnell Douglae C o n . i n S t As Mr. Green p o i n t s out, "One s i n g l e ma-b u i s , made t h e r e p o r t t o t h e U O Study Group F teur, provding leadership at this time,of Greater S t . Irouis. It WBB a c l e a r night might do more f o r t h e human race than awith a few broken clouds and no moon. Theobject appeared as a source of b r i g h t , white president o r a king ." In the i s s u e of 73 WAZINE, Mr.l i g h t about 60 miles out of Stockton and waa Sreen r e p o r t s i n h i s a r t i c l e "The UFO Net"judged t o be about 20 miles d i s t a n t . It ap- t h a t a g r e a t d e a l of i n t e r e a t lvre been re-peared t o r i s e and f a l l twice a f t e r complete ported, and he would l i k e t o hear from radicstops, then disappeared a f t e r a rapid descent operatore s i t u a t e d m a a d t h e middle of t h eon a 30 degree angle. country who have vexy good aignele and who O R Hayes, LCDR H. 0. En& and L.P. Rudolpl have t h e i n t e r e s t and time available t o helgADRC Ehgineer a l l observed t h e object, t h e i r e s t a b u s h n e t s on t h e three W o r bands. H ea t t e n t i o n being drawn t o it because of its suggests "we g e t t o g e t h e r at 8 0 C and 80mexcessive speed as compared t o observed air- discuss organizstL on and plans."c r a f t v e l o c i t i e s over years of f l y l n g e x p e r He r e p o r t s t h e U O n e t hse been discussed Fi ence . with t h e University of C o l o ~ o W0 i n v e s t i - gation p r o j e c t of t h e Ar Force and mutual i PUBLIC, FEARS OUTER SPACE LIFE cooperation has been assured. NICAP i s 8l.80 . Arthur C Clarke, author of &my books re- i n t e r e s t e d i n t h e p r o j e c t and plwnisee coop-l a t e d t o space *navel says t h e search f o r e r a t i o n . The n e t i s ale0 t i e d i n with t h ee x t r a t e r r e s t i a l l i f e " i s . w h a t t h e exploration 2 b h o u r a day r e p o r t i n g syetem s e t up byof space i s . r e a l l y all about and this i s ww h.anlclin P i e r c e College i n Rindge, N.H.so many people a r e a f r a i d o f it." Mr. Green i s kept busy at 73 b u t promises " I t m a y be j u s t as w e l l that t h e r e a r e no t o c a l l i n from GRNSD/~ as o f t e n as possiblecontemporary higher c i v i l i z a t i o n s i n our im- You may w r i t e hFm a t 73 MWAZINE,mediate vlncinity," Clarke s t a t e s . "The cul- S Y O K would l l k e very much t o g e t fur- KLOt u r a l shock of d i r e c t contact might b e too t h e r r e p o r t s on t h i s prodect and w i l l beg r e a t f o r & t o survive it. I (KANSAS CITY glad t o copperate i n providing helpfulTIMES, June 29). pubuci-ty. W are g r a t e f u l t o John Schueea- e-- l e r of OFallon, f o r c U n g t h e s e a r t i c l e sUFO GROUP MEET--CO~TINUED FROM PAGE ONE t o our a t t e n t i o n . The time i s from 2 pm, u n t i l dusk, andt h e meal w i l l be a t 3 oclock. Paper p l a t e s TULSA G O P REARS O NEW BOOK RU Fcups and knives, forks, and spoons w i l l be The Oklahoma Chapter o f A R met June 12 POfurnished. a t t h e Central Iilbrsry i n Tulaa with about Walt Andrus, of Quicny, Ill., and co- 3 members present. 0chsirman of t h e I l l i n o i s Section, will give Robert L o f t i n waa t h e speaker f o r t h ean informal talk, including his cam personal evening and reviewed h i e new book "Identi-U O experience. Others w i l l b e i n v i t e d t o F f l e d Flylng Saucers" which, he sws, 16 at e l l of a personal viewing. c o m l e t e survey of t h e f l y l n g aaucer eight- John says, " I t s f o r t h e w?Jole family, s o in- i n t h e US axl abroad t h a t have beencome on out .and l e t s have some fun." H would l i k e some i d e a of how maqy t o e mc.orded s i m e 1860 t b t h e preeent " .expect, s o drop h i m a I l n e at P.O. Box 9, m OFFICER SEES 8 m A m E LIGHT .o Fallon, MO ,63366. The ARKANSAS GAZFITE, ME4y 30th, c a r r i e d a s t o r y out of Bm&ok, Thailand, ~ a v y Lt.RADIO NET-- CONTINUED F O P G O E - RM A E N Kriangvud Ratanamrln, back f k a n trcrinlng "When something i s reported anywhere t h e axwise i n t h e G u l f of Thniland, reportedl o c a l amateur s t a t i o n would c a l l - i n - o n t h e Beeipg a s t w e -light i n the- W. He s a i dn e t and t h e net c o n t r o l would -send t h e tome &m a l e t t e r t o the Bangkok POST t h a t t-het o a l e r t t h e - e n t i r e area. Once t h e a r e a of U g h t was a quivering,_ luminoue form -10 feelt h e contact w a s established amateurs i n t h e from .his v e s s e l and d i s a p p d sfter f i v eare toward which t h e U O was headed could F mFnutea.
  4. 4. uz5 coxpared it with dark =&a of Mars. They -- -- orlcluded that t h e s e d a r k ebl.eaa a r e covered i t h c a c t u s - l i k e vegetation." I U O MAGAZINl F Rick and J a n i e IIilbcl-h:, of Cleve- &d, Ohio, e d i t U O MAGAZINE, e. F W R O q u a r t e r l y p u b l i c a t i o n of UFO s i g h t i n g 6 The Ca &! n m A e r i a l Phenamem Research e d i t o r i a l comment, and a d v e r t i ~ i n g . One Organization i n v i t e s EalL t h o s e i n t e s e s - of t h e st& w r i t e s an a r t i c l e i n t h e t e d in a s e r i o u e approach t o t h e UFO ufology f i e l d a d t h e e d i t o r fs "Around phenomenon t o j o i n (X.n&ervo Zsrges c i - and About t h e Saucer Worldtt reviews some v i l l a UFO study group. C P O i s t h e AR of the most i n t e r e s t i n g s i g h t i n g 8 of Casadian 8iYWAhe .d%APRO, Tuceon, Arlz. t h e q u a r t e r . The p r i c e i s $2.00 f o r t h e and concentrates p r i m s r i w on Canadian f o u r i s s u e s , and you m y w r i t e t o t h e eightings. Membership f e e of $4.00 p e r Hilbergs a t P.O. Box 2708 Clevel.a,nd, - 8n.nw.1provides a y e a r s s u b a c r l p t i o n Ohio 44111. t o t h e C P O b u l l e t i n , our monthly pub- AR lication. m i t e - WRO, P.O. BOX 1316, Winnipeg , EWtoba, C ~ b l l d a . SEARCH MAGAZINE-- July--"Saucers from t h e UFO O ~ Z B T I O NAT ITS RESTEartht by Ray Palmer. ( I n t e r e s t i n g concept, Those intrerested i n t h e study and i n v e s t i -b u t M r , Palmer h a s n t looked at t h e photo- a t i o n of u n i d e n t i f i e d f l y i n g obgects andgraphs of our e a r t h which were taken by i s b i n g t o j o i n o r organize a group of a e r i -w i o m spacecra.ft *--John ~ c h a i i s s l e re ) l i n v e s t i g a t o m would do w e l l t o read u SCIENCE & MEXXANICS--AU~US~--P&II "It&-. Engineer Involvement i n UFO Inveetigatione."c a t s T e r r i f y i n g Flying Saucer Qidemic" by n the i s s u e of AMERICAN ENGINEER.Lloyd Mallan. Space does not permit t h e repPfnt of t h e - POLICE GAZEITE--August- "Found : Flying n t i m a r t i c l e i n SKYWOK b u t we a r e glad t o n f o m our readers t h a t repPYnta of t h eSaucer W e i n Outer Space" by Harvey Wilson, (A l o t of s p e c u l a t i o n based on very l i t t l e r t i c l e a r e a v a i l a b l e f r o m the AMERICANf a c t .--John Schuessler). XINEER o f f i c e , 2029 K St., N.W. Washington . THE ALUNDE LEFTERS--A- s p e c i a l by B d I.C. 20006. P r i c e 509.S t e i g e r end Joan Whritenour, p r i c e $1.00. Raymond E Fowler, P r o j e c t Administrative .A r t i c l e s , p i c t u r e s and photographs r e U F O s h g i n e e r a t t h e Sylvania Minut- Programby twelve w r i t e r s . ffice, a u t h o r of t h e a r t i c l e , i s chairman NATIONAL ENQUIRER- - J u l y lb- ~ l y l n g f t h e NICAP Massachusetts I n v e s t i g a t i n gSaucer Freezes Pond Near S e a t t l e " More de- ommittee snd j u s t a few vf t h e t e c h n i c a ltails on s t o r y SKYWOK ran i n A p r i l i s s u e . i t l e s o r f i e l d s r e g m e n t e d by o t h e r mem-J u l y 21--"Pittsburgh S c i e n t i s t s S e t Up Sau- e m a r e : c U e f l e c t u r e r i n astronomy; l o g i s -c e r Alert." i c s coordinator, Minut- Ground E l e c t r l - UFOs OVER flMERICA--Signet paperback by t h e a System Repair and Recycle Program; Eng- 1 .Lorenzem P r i c e 7594. neering deeigq s p e c i a l l s t j a e r o n a u t i c a l ngineer; t-ning director, missile track- OFFICIAL GUIDE !PO UFOs--special by pubUsh- ng; p r o j e c t a d m i n i s t r a t i o n , S a t e l l i t e Com-e r s of SCIENCE & MECHANICS. ASTRONAUTICS & AERONAUTICS--JULY-- " P ~ s s ME . llnicationa Program; and othera . T h e i r primary f u n c t i o n "is t h a t o f d a t aanother UFO, Please!" l e t t e r by S. Fred Sing-e r of t h e U.S. Dept. of I n t e r i o r . ther ring by l o c a l i n v e s t i g a t i o n unif com- SAGA--August-- "Saucers Panic k j o r M r U n e e r l s e d of people w i t h s c i e n t i f i c , t e c h n i c a lby Brad S t e i g e r and Joen Whritenoup. r s p e c i d t r a i n i n g who a r e w L U i n g t o use h e i r time and t a l e n t s i n conducting f i e l d n v e s t i g a t i o n s of UFO s i g h t i n g e * * * obtain- m , 3N MARS? F ng of firsthand signed r e p o r t s f i . o m witnese- Last month we ran a s t o r y on t h e p o s s i b i l - s through t h e use o f s p e c i a l l y prepared UFOi t y of l i f e on Mxra, and h e r e s an i n t e r e s t - w o r t questionmAres bmed upon governmenting note from SAUCER SCOOP (6464 34th Ave. N. o m : o b t a i n i n g charscQer evaluations;S t . Petersburg, Fla.) "The Russains a r e heching p o e s i b l e n a t u r a l o r man-made ex-p r e d i c t i n g t h a t t h e . f i r s t man t o land on m s l a n a t i o n s and preliminary e v a l u a t i o n ofw i l l probabaly land on a cactus pleat!! M! kyfsicd o r photographic evidence. obtained.They compared spectrophotometric 8nd.yeis fter an i n v e s t i g a t i o n , a. complete typewrit-of cactus growing t h e cold a r e a s of e a r t h and en r e p o r t i s prepaced and submitted w i t h :ontimed on Page Mve)
  5. 5. UFO ORGANI Z T AI - m CONTINUEID: EROM PAGE FOURBigned q,,uestIofinsires, maps, skecthes, etc.,t o NICAP, t h e USAF; and t h e governmentsponsered University of Colorado UFO Projecl A m n t h l y non-profit publication of U O Ff o r research purposes." facts. &tuple copy: lo$. Details on or@;anizationand investigatior Addrese : 1 g l l Main at.proceedures follow and could serve as a Bellevue, Nebr. 68005model f o r any l i k e group. Results of t h e i r work have contributed ag r e a t deal i n t h e f i e l d of ufology. Theirr e p o r t on t h e c l a s s i c a l l h e t e r , N.H. UFO THE KANSAS CITY TIMES, July 4, 1968.s i g h t i n g was voted i n t o t h e Congreesional About 8:45 p (Kana- City time) W c h 3 a mRecord by t h e House Armed Services Comlttec w a m n i n Indiana looked out a window i n t i mduring t h e first open congressional hear- t o see a procession of f i e r y objects fly paing on UFOs on April 5, 1966. This is just i n t h e sky.one example. "Tvo o r t h r e e minutes l a t e r , "she r e p o r t M r . Fowler i s now conducting a complete t o t h e United S t a t e s Air Force t h e next dws t a t i s t i c a l analysis of t h e M A subcom- CF "MY c o u i n , my aunt and rqy uncle came runnimittee UFOreports on f i l e from 1964 onwards i n t o t h e house and y e l l i n g and trying t oi n a search f o r consistent characteristics t e l l me about t h e U O they saw." Fand patterns. An a n a l p i s f o r 1967 recently "It waa about tree-top level. and was "setcompleted has 84 pages of charts, graphs, very, very c l e a r l y and was J u s t a few yardsmaps and o v e r m a which r e f l e c t a t a t i s t i c son UFO configurations; behaviors; a i d e mey. All of t h e observers s w a long j e t - ae f f e c t s ; s i g h t i n g locale; w e W r conditions airplane-looking vehicle wlthou* any wings. It waa on fire both i n f r o n t and behind. A:s i g h t i n g proximity t o p a r e r l i n e s ; power obeervere ale0 e m mazly winduws i n t h e UFO.s t a t i o n s , and areas of t e c h n i c a l i n t e r e s t A aanran reported seeing a c r a f t withand report evaluations. square windawe end a seemingly riveted meta This group has a purpose and a plan and fuselage. The t o t a l absence of sound t e J T iSKYWOK humbly o f f e r s a r e s p e c t f u l s a l u t e . fled her b @ c a u e she believed t h e vehicle t o b e only 1,000 feet overhesd. Whrrt she and o t h e r witnesses a c t u a l l y se appears t o have been t h e re-entry i n t o t h e Luciue Farish, of Plunmrerville, Ark., atmoephere of t h e booster rocket o r other sends an i n t e r e s t i n g clipping from an launching components, of Zond 4, a apaceEnglish newspaper, "THE; EVENING NEWS & probe launched from t h e Soviet Union t h e da; CHRONICLE!", August 28, 1967. before. A etudy of Ar Force files i n Ohio i W a r t i m e a n t i - a i r c r a f t gunner and t m i n e d has shown it $0 b e one of t h e most thorough a i r c r a f t s p o t t e r M r . Larry Goldstone, age ly documented--and revealiag--UFO epieodes 57, of Wilton Road, Crumpsall, Mmchester, date. Ebd of. Quote.never saw o r bearch an " a i r c & % " l i k e t h i s M i t o r e comnent: A t t h e time these and one before. o t h e r sightinge were reported durlng March "I heard a sound l i k e an e l e c t r l c t r a i n and Aprrtl, they were eeid t o b e Eoho 1s j u s t a f t e r 3 am yeBterday,ll he asid, "and reentry. See a r t i c l e "It wasnt Echo I" i n I looked through t h e window. l "There was what looked l i k e a fluorescentl i g h t s i x f o o t long about 800 feet up almost "P ,Tune S look. With Echo I s t i l l i n o r b i t the Air o r c e hSB came up with Zond 4. Should Further i n v e s t i g a t i o n prove Zond 4 tover m home. P a r t of it was l i k e a red y a t i l l b e i n o r b i t , no doubt t h e Air Forcepoker. It disappeared a f t e r about 1 0 secc h a another snexer reedy.onds ". One of a team of people i n v e s t i g a t i n gunidentified flying objects i n t h e areas d d today? "There have been r e p o r t s ofobjects l i k e red hot pokers from &her partsof t h e country."- - -- m
  6. 6. . . ... Page S i x .SEEKS WITNESS O 1913 U O F F . Phil ~ n d e r k o n ,of 1422 Park Avenue, U O NEAR GREEN BAY F k,ming,Mchigan, wants t o hear from any- This i s an older report, but of unusual me who saw a U O over Lansing during t h e Fn t e r e s t . M BBtz of Green Bay, Wisc. gave 3ummer of 1913. good descrigtipn of a U O he sw t h e night F He i e seeking i n f o ~ n a t i o nf o r h i s f r i e n d Lloyd. Amold, a c o m u l t i n g engineer, of Mr. Batz w a s outside his borne and fEbcing knver, Colo., who i s w r i t i n g a book ono r t h when he saw t h e object which he judged POa. h o l d and his parents saw t h e U O Fo be about 100 ft. above t h e ground and mov- rhen they were l i v i n g on . N. Pennsylvaniang toward t h e northeast. He described it as we. i n Laming. The parents are now de-eing disc-shaped and about 10 o r 12 f e e t i n :eased.iameter with t h r e e s o l i d white tubes o r U O I N NW JERSEY F Etreams out of t h e top. He judged t h e tubes On t h e night of A p r i l 13, this year, Mrs.o be about 12 inches wide and 8 o r 10 f e e t rIsrion l k r d i c k and William Keokosky of 31 Lincoln Ave., Highland Park, N.J., wax& It w a s a c l e a r night with strong Wmds out >utdoom t o watch t h e e c l i p s e of t h e moonf t h e northwest about 20 miles p e r hour, m esw more than they had expected. Stmd- dhe time w a s 8:40. There w a s no sound fo rm L n g outside t h e apartment house a t 11:15 pm,he object which waa yellow o r orange i n they s an object g l i d e i n a northeastern mo l o r and remained i n view abaut 25 t o 35 l i r e c t i o n across t h e sky from t h e southwest. I t looked " l i k e s yellow & orange-ish white M r . Batz telephoned t h e p o l i c e and r a d i o 2e- with a superstructure mounted on topt a t i o m , and h i s was t h e only r e p a r t made ~f it," Keoko~kysaid.--Credit SAUCERSCOW. f a r as he could determine. Two weeks l a t e re heard of another witness t o t h e sighting-- A NEW EXCUSE woman decorating a Christmas t r e e a t h e r The ARKANSAS G - A, of June 15, thisi v i n g room window. year, r e p o r t s James HuffWm, 25, a barber, The r e p o r t w a s made t o John Schuessler. contending that he ran a red l i g h t and a stop s i g n at Denver because he was blinded R C A G L R UFO ET N UA by a f l y i n g saucer t h a t hovered ,over his An o b j e c t seen over Winnipeg, W i t o b a , cBr, we8 fined $30 by a judge who s a i d heanada, t h e evening of A p r i l 24th) t h i s year, i i d n t b e l i e v e him.--Contributed by Louas described as being rectangular i n shape, Farish. out 25 t o 30 f e e t long. It appeared overhk Hudsons B a y r e t a i l s t o r e i n downtown A O H R HOIZ I N THE ICE. NTEinnipeg between 6 and 6:30 pm, was i n A p r i l 5, 1968. K l u n g Sweden. A myster- t f o r about one minute, then moved south l o w hole appeared i n t h e i c d 06 a l a d e h t h e apparent speed of a j e t . Credit: near Md,ung. The hole i s described a 600 RO, Canadian A e r i a l Phenomena Research square meters i n s l z e a d appeared q u i t e anization, P.O. BOX 131.6, Winnipeg 1 , suddenly. .The i c e where t h e hole occurred itoba, Canada. w a s 9 centimeters t h i c k and did not appear t o have melted normsll;8. Col. C u r t Hermanne- son, who inveetigated t h e case, t o l d news- MYSTERIOUS METAL I N SCHOOL R O O F menthat it was Impossible f o r aa a i r c r a f t C l a y Center Us.--School o f f i c i a l s s d d t o have c r a s h e d i n t h e lake. The hole i s s t e r d a y they would ask a u t h o r i t l e e ,at s t i l l unexplained. Credit--UFO S W A T C H and rties Air Force base,:Topeka, t o identifg. a s t e r i o u s metal object which pierced. t h e o f o f Clw County community highschool here A leaky roof at t h e school during a recenta i n s t o m l e d t o t h e d i s c o v e r y . o f - t h e piecef metal. It had pLerced paper, g r a v e l and ncrete i n .t h e roof. --KANSAS CITY TIM&, l 19th. y

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