L c t  s S c i ~ a r ~ t cFact from Fantasy January 1969A .2 ;.-32 s t e p I"o_r?;a.rdi n the ufology investigative f i e ...
The :is tro~oi!iyC ~ r : l e r - - ~ ~Regular S1;YLO:)K Feature by Ted P h i l l i p s , Jr.
.: 1 , !. .d o. . l o j3razil.--A., l & i & u s , oranbe-kdiored imiheiltifidd.flyingobject %v~r;sobicrvrd f o r 15ninutcs...
.. .UFO Over Salem,. No. -w , .-, . ,?.hey o r e not certa.in of .-.the exact Ante o t h e r than it was one night$ ?,ri:i...
~ 1 1Mi30 i;?i~lbers aad others inteTested i n ufology i n the duincy,111. area w i i i want to attend the Tri-Sta.te UP0 ...
~ j n  ; i l - ~ ~ccrfibcr- 1 1 ~ 1J L - ~- -  -I 7 Saucer P i o t ~ c rShipstt by Otto 0. Biner. Jan-U:d,y^-ll _:I ! il:i...
--; The Skylook StaffTor t h e benefit - of new readers ;. and t o int.ro-duce.some new members ofPthe SX:ILO!X staff, we ...
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  1. 1. L c t s S c i ~ a r ~ t cFact from Fantasy January 1969A .2 ;.-32 s t e p I"o_r?;a.rdi n the ufology investigative f i e l d was taken7 .L.~ c t .I, :,I.. when all iirZI:rnal meeting.of s c i e n t i s t s representing the-.-. . .L,ii~e?.astc:iies x,:d eL,.,lj:t; other c o u n t r i e s was held i n New Yorlr City- -... . -i,,15-: > i ~ . ~ - .-.! ~ L C i ~ ~ ; st d t i : - ~ z l - -. . L 3 ~ W O t s and t o explore the p o s s i b i l i t y ofi i i ; e ~ b n l i i i ~ L i a l.cooperation ill tiieir study.211e mee.tin6 was organized by D r . J , n l l e n Iiynek, consultant t o theiir Fo;-cct 2ro-ject B1;:i.e Book, and head of the Dearborn Observatory a tI;o~~:~::!cs;;x~ Univei-si-ty. 3 a r t i c i 2 a n t s spoke- f r e e l y i n a round t a b l ediscussion aiid [ere p m i s e d they would not be quoted by name withoutt h e i r s p 2 c i f i c consent.The representative from S r a z i J , which has baen experiencing a UFOflapA,s t - : % e d the Brazilian A j , r Force w a s r e c e n t l y instrvcted t o organ-i z e cn 2!ivcstrigat;ri~r,of I J F O t s wit11 the a i r of c i v i l i a n experts..I h e doovt. w;ts wrlc-ten from r e , ~ o r t s111 tile n . l . d ~ O . B u l l e t m of Tuc-s,m,xr:zd,ia, d i ~the ir. Y. TIILLS. 1% "Bulletin1 comment:--"The meeting~ s ,i n o m ol)lnlon, the most irltelligent and objective s t e p t h a t hasbeelr taiien so far toward the solution of the UFO mystery. rnighta d d t k t ijr. ilynek informs us t h a t cmtinued ihformal a s s o c i a t i o n f o rexclx~a,e of $?rtlnent inforination w i l l t a ~ eglace, but t h a t no forrilalmove will be nzde Sy the international group u n t i l the Condon Rei~orti sissued r ~ l Ztl?orougLl;~ diLested. I. .jiiice .L..Lzil a +,lel Ciscussion 011 unidentified f l y i n g objecto w a si x l d on Plueuihy, Jec.. 10, at the iJational Zlectronics Conference a tthe .Conrad Hiltoil 5 o t e l i n Chicago. - D r . Hynelc was chairman and otherrnenl?i?ra ;:ere ;lillian 2owcrs., Dearborn observatory and Lindheiner A s -+- -.,.,.. .J+.,rlon~s;:lNcsearch.C?liter, Evanston; Dr. David SaunBers, of . t h euhiverGIL; of color ad^; and Fred Beckman, Ulliversity of Chicago* . -Br. daui?d.ers, y i j u w i l l r e c a l l , was formekly w i t h the Condon groupa.ild w . z fii-zd l a s t February. ;ie i s the a u t h o r of a book "UPOs?Yes! "wkicii I!iL,:/. be on,.tlie news ..stalzds.by the t i n e t l l i s reaclles you--and itw i l l be a "must" on our reading l i s t .
  2. 2. The :is tro~oi!iyC ~ r : l e r - - ~ ~Regular S1;YLO:)K Feature by Ted P h i l l i p s , Jr.
  3. 3. .: 1 , !. .d o. . l o j3razil.--A., l & i & u s , oranbe-kdiored imiheiltifidd.flyingobject %v~r;sobicrvrd f o r 15ninutcs a t low ,altitlideil~irksdaynignt overt h e ndnrhy town of Guarulhbs. Curnbica air: base sa!+diithe. I iniden-t?.ified o b j ~ ~ q tHZS I ~ i ~ & ~ , dup loll its raaar tiikn. suicdonly disk2,peaSed.. ; ( S ource:.i l . . , , 8rzmilt:,h ~ , ~ e c t a t o r " , Bav. 21,:Credit: Lou i s ) ! j m i:. ... . .., , , 1 , : i . ..----.....-... I iC>i?HO, one of the top Caxadian nu5licat:ions, is.n&:go& on a Pi-r f l c i ~ t k l ~bas is aild next edition ( i ~ ~ ~ o i n b e - ~ ~ c e ~ b u l P ,w i l l b& out: t h i s ,rv,:>th.(Jailuary) . . cJann,onheads. this ,f&in~~iqa,gziqe.Theaddress l a G A Y L ~ ~ ) ,2 . 0 . Box 1316., :l,innipeg;, . 1,illanipob$, cgnada. (News. - . . . . ,iiote) , . I 1 !--- iUPny not renow your s u b s c r i ~ t i o nt o ~ L Y N O K today?
  4. 4. .. .UFO Over Salem,. No. -w , .-, . ,?.hey o r e not certa.in of .-.the exact Ante o t h e r than it was one night$ ?,ri:i,. t ! - e e ..fL C..irst wke.12 i l l - ~,eqtembe:r,.out two women i n S a l e m a r e c e r t a i nJ- h~ , ~ e ys:iw,:a f l>in6 :object d i f f e r e n t irom a n y t n i ~ , tiley ilad ever seen be-foyg ;LL<L L:,es a r e blso Certblil 1% WCLS i ~ ta pldne.1% LILY a ~ d r ( t10:3U 0 ~ 1a c l e d r ~1161it*lid one. wdman (names a r e i n ourfiL*s:t w ~ sizi;ti-acf~edt o tile window of h e r . bedroom. when a bright g.lm4fj-: .. e-(. .r...:3L + , Y.:+Lro-on from some puint outside. She saw a platter-shapedob-k?ct I.ol reddish r a n g e - " p u l s a t i n g l i g h t moving from t.he northwestLL O 3 3 iio?:.cl-ieas.-b above .tile. t r e e tops. + , e called the other woinan who. . , ,c m e. . . ;.. . ? viindow :iild both wufched tile object u n t i l it disaspearedfro::i %:..:iixe23.5ch agreed.as t o its shape and color and ode ;added i ts ~ w : ! ~ . LL 6 !lave a.sligllt dl)rle, and .,one .thought tjiere. w a s a s l i g h t ~ U Z -.. ...::,..:g:.; ,..+d; .ls,ej dekcrkbed . i t s s i z e a s "large a s tile , moon. , ide l itlkr ;:&a see- n o r up -to.t h a t .moment, had any p a r t i c u l a r i n t e r e s t. : , .---.$.,L . ~I 5. .iCw tile;- a;-e wonderi~ig. .. ., .~ n d ; ; i e ~ii?"urestlng rer7ort reached us from balem. another c l e a r~ ~ ~ . g h tL 4 . i ~ past sv.:.!mera Salenl busmess man w a s returning t o Sdemfron -;;11d on il;ghway 72 when be became aw,ire of a b r l g i t objectaAJprSL~c.u g rapidly a c r o ~ . ~the ogen I l e l d s . Curious, he stopped thec a r , b ~ . %Vheli t ~ i eobject becane c l o s e r and l a r g e r , he became frightenedand k i t tile a r e a a t a high r a t e of speed.------T . .--l,ancr . a d J~Q Over hansc,s CityI I .ile ads word f o r word as chey, &re writfen, bbt a "rev2ewt isi n our own words aLld our own thinicing. Vie i n t e n d t o hhke t h i s differ-entis*ion, and. just -thought you 8 li!ce t o know.
  5. 5. ~ 1 1Mi30 i;?i~lbers aad others inteTested i n ufology i n the duincy,111. area w i i i want to attend the Tri-Sta.te UP0 Study Grou? meeting t obe held i.!?dnesday evening, Jan. 22 a t the F i r s t W i t e d Presbyterianchurch i n quincy. A fe r y i n t e r e s t i n g .program is planned.-be_ iiIldrus, J r . , Co-Chairman of the I l l i n o i s s e c t i o n of APHi),w i l l review the Stevei4ichalak UFO sighting a t Falcon Lake near VJinn-i ;J= cj cdyc>Y ,,ads,, in iiay 1967. k r readers w i l l r e c a l l t h i s fanous case--, hiel.:;:la;<, a Ifinnipeg mechanic, had an encounter with a low f l y i n g d i s caild sr.:ic~ei: r a d i a t i o n Surils a s the UFO ascended frolr the ground with-in a -?*>-,. feet -- b i , o f the observer.2r. A21i?&3 Theobald, :-iadiologist from Blessing Hospital, w i l l ilnalyzellli+ilz:it c; ill;lesd irom the inedical viewpoint, and PIr. Bayuond Taylor,iiadioloi;iciil dfficer f o r the quincy-~dansCounty Cj v i l Defense, w i l lCisci~:;s the radiation aspects of the landing.----A :.I!-,.~bzit over ~ k - i o nCoiu?ty, 1.1jssouriT?,e 2.Iaxibal (Eo. ) COTIRIi3R-POST rcqortcd two unidentified f lTringob-jocts s ~ 2 1 lover Marion Co!~ntp e a r l y T~-ljrs+nvnorni~g,Nov. 21.Thef i r s t .!asseen a t al-nroxima%ely 5:40 a . m . , ri.sinp f r - m tle horizon a ta point a,,xoxiinat:::ly 5 degrees west of north i n the nortliern skjr. Itrose t u m-illible 1rm L e horizon of U b o ~ t15 degret?s, ailcL tiLen a p p e u -cdto .fa11t o ebrtll. 5kcuuse ~t ~ ~ c l c i.l;lie appe&railce of a X i l l l u l G star,i t was a l m a t for+otten, t:ilen a second OLE rose a t 6:08 a.m. from al-rnost tile s a m s:>o-~oil t h e northern horizon - and advanced i n a southwest-e r l y dircc-tion, p ~ s s i n gDver almost d i r e c t l y overhead( ~ ~ e r h a pone debree wast of and disappe3ri.d k l o w thehorizon. i n the sduth-soutl:west.T1?e8cowscf of the second UFO agparently brou&t it c l o s e r t o the sur-f ace ,oZ. -the eai-th here, a i d far-ther 0.u.t -in t h e north and .-south. Itw a s brillizrit i n the iaorning s m l i g l i t , r e f l e c t e d a2parently from arounded surface, and gave the same appearance as the old Xcho 11, whichwas s t i l l orbiting the e a r t h in 1967.Inquiry a t b C ~ t t slijr 2orce Base indicated. t h a t the object had n o tGeeri .rec@rd?clthere, th,ough one liac! been reported from. B e l l e v i l l e at6 :40 ,t.!e day before. The "leather Bureau a t S t . Louis i.c20rted that. itkeeps; no records. The q l e r Planetarium of Chicago said tl3e descript-ion sits -iAe old dcho 11, tho the l a t t e r i s no longer tracl.:ed. The firstone sleen wzs explailred as a f a l l i l l g star.b,----H C a l , l f o r Ii,lp-1---- : IS9ecial 3ffer--10 months (10 issues) of 3 K Y L J l K $ok.. . $21.00Idegular 3rice--B3.00 p e r year ! II
  6. 6. ~ j n ; i l - ~ ~ccrfibcr- 1 1 ~ 1J L - ~- - -I 7 Saucer P i o t ~ c rShipstt by Otto 0. Biner. Jan-U:d,y^-ll _:I ! il:iifmu.da Tr)angle ! I , a n a r t i c l e on the disagpearances of air-crait d.:..:y. u i p s i n tlic a r e a off t h e wcstcrn c o a s t of Ellor2da.2E10 &idei?ceH, i n i t s s i x t h r e p r i n t i n g . NICx2"s 200,000 wordi l S . ~ . i d : ~dii-arid doclimanted UFO r e p o r t , p r i c e $5 .OO a t NICA~P, 1536 Con->, ..c..y;- --.L .-, .; A - J ~ . N. W. ,,Washington, D. C. 20036. "flaus, m e N,w B~ontierll--by V . A . Webb :Published; by Fearon Pub-Lial; . .., Snn Prancicco 1 5 , Calif i n 1956. An o l d e r book but- v e r y i n t e r -2 s-t.; ,.. . , . i ~w ~ ) a l t hof illformation on t h e p l a n e t Mars, a l s o some UP0 sight-I i :, .-----...1ih::C I:XIPSII)E, Cariadirls l e a d i n g UFO j o u r n a l now in its l o t h y e a r ofpu~licc{;ion, w i Lil woilciwide c i r c u l d l ; i v n - &la ledm tne Ganadian U!?Ovi~w$d$!it and duvulog~~iiints. Aiblislied. by the Ottawa fiew Sciences Cluborigi;?:.1:l:ly foi-inded by t h e l a t e Wilbert B, Smith, world-renowned pio-i Inecr: L:.Wresearch ocicn$is.t. Sanple copy - 50g Subscription:. $2.00( 4 iks.:,~; q u a ~ t ; : r l y . ) . Vrite : O t t a w a New Sciences Club, 95 :Centre S t . ,Aylmkr :&st, Quebec, Canada. ---Adv.. ; , . -----3lging / ~ a u c o r a4j e U p T r a f f i c! , . ,. ,, , ,L&" ; To s e , C o s t a :Kica,, Nov. 16--Traffic ;jammed s o l i d ,oni San - J o s e,smain; ii$r.>,i?ts Yaturclay as hunareds of peuplle stood s t a r i n g i u p a t whata,o.~earddL - . : t o be two s i l v z r y f l y i n g s a u c e r s c l e a r l y seen . c r o s s i n g thGclou6l:?$s morning pky.Oh2 jo? t h e k i d c a t i f i e d oSj.ects f l e w a c r o s s from e a s t t o west, t h eothe2# I ??ern, ilorthcast t o southwest. ( Source!: " P h i l a a e l p h i a I n q u i r e r ,,I1C-pi.dzt ,;i Lou P a r i s h )-----
  7. 7. --; The Skylook StaffTor t h e benefit - of new readers ;. and t o int.ro-duce.some new members ofPthe SX:ILO!X staff, we w i l l b r i e f l y l i s t .olw a s s i s t a n t s without whomt h i s ntlbl3-catlon could not function.Te6. 2:illi;,)s Jr.,.of 1113. ::are ave .-,. A e L l i a , i.10. , riel,jed u s gett j l e I a ?,... i s j u e of d i ; i . d ~ k.oil tm ,roau. dlld llc~s.been o q rl,ht iland ,manevi;A-- . . I ns a ro-v;.~, re,urser, ire-covers u e & a ~ : < s ~Xro,m the 3e- a7 .aLlx~ :~;.za to and including tile L ~ i eof tne Uzarlcs and igoes, f u r t h e r wnens ~ it;re i?:i~ic 0:- a i,zrt ic:;larI$ iriterest ing sighting.. Ted i s a NICAPmer;b.< t: ;z;icl bas a1r:lost 4,000 UFO.s i d t i n g s i n h i s f i l e s .He a l s o w r i t e s;tailL ~ - ea r ~ , ; i b ~ L : L ~ ~ q /Corner" and heads o u r Ii1.t the-News Stand. ll. He is an . . .e:i;;~l.u:,-- of the iiiss .-iriS t a t e fii&hway Department.- .L;s ;iL.lii u s from the beginniilg i s John Y. Schuessler, P. O . Box 9,- 7- ... ,.C J L . L ; _ ~ I L _ L 9;LO. .A Lielli23~of AJXO, he heads the UFO -Study l ~ r o u p,o.f Great-- .S.t,. L:!21s, di7-c:. wri ;;es "UFO Pot.pourrit, a n exce1,lentiexcliange b u l l e t i n .i; .:... y:-.2L- .i!. . t l y> addrel;ses Lions clubs and other organizations on the sub-j ect 0z ".-I.2 3I Y- and is a t i r e l e s s inves,ti.gator i n t h e ufology f i e l d . Johni s a k:iior Desig,n Lnilyineer a t $he licDolme1 xstronautics Co. i n S t . .Louis.kc.iL.1~ilarisli of do:ite 1, 2lumerville, ~rk.,a l s o a member ofi<ICLi3, i s r e s :!msible f"r our r e p o r t s on ~ r k a n s a ss i g h t i n ~ s .He is aw r i t e r i x ~ dh i s a r t i c i e s ai.pear i n riost of the magazines which carryu f o l o ~ ya r t i c l e s . One of h i s recent a r t i c l e s a p p e ~ r e di n "The Nation-. a l Enquirer" under .Lheir "Strange iiappeningstt feature. Lou c a r r i e s on avo1urfii:~ouscorresi:ondence w i t h other w r i t e r s and ufology enthusiasts,aild is cilrreiltly vior!riilg on a book. He w r i t e s with knowledge and w i t .7.,-.-..:~ a . 4 ~ ; . & ~ l i ~ ~ t h ,of 451711, lennsylvailia iive., St. Louis, is the set-r e t a r y o i the LJNStuC.y t i r o u ~of ,Grehter b t . Louis, mil another UiiOdeinber. Lie excels i u resedrch work i n IlrUcases where comp~risonshowst h a t c e r t a i n c h a r a c t e r i s t i c s seen t o form a p a t t e r n , and. t h i s i s a ... ..f i e l d nf-?edii~gs e r i o ~ sstud,y.SI(YLXK has two teen-age contributors--Tim ~uhlmann,of -I741 S . 1 . . :.1 7 , O!:laFw:?a -Ci.tg, a st~lderlt;and Xurt GIe n s s r , :nf499 J<rue St. , K i t -chener, Ont,ario, Canacra. T i m formerly :;ead.ed a yocth s t ~ 6 . ygroup, and hasi .10il;; be2n collectiAi6%I!" ddta. d e *re de,2llulJlg on ~ l i l ~ lt o Kee.2 u s . .dusteti 312 riie sliy l u o ~m i;rar;e. h u r t s a ~ sile is a ilj-pgie m d ifwe p b l l s h ,tlici-t , we w i l l be tile first! H i s a r t i c l e s hat6 a l p e a r e d inmany UFO ,,)ublTcntions and indicate de2th of thought and study.i~1s.t anit f a r from l e a s t , we, a r e proud t o announce t h a t lvJalter :hnllrus, Jr. Co-Cllairliiail o f the I l l i n o i s s e c t i o n of +YRO, 1s a new mem- ;.Ser or our s t a f f . An a b l e i n v e s t i g a t o r , wri,ker and speaker, Walt hasd,::ie 1xcl1 t o Turther in+,erest in ufology i n h i s s t a ~ e !H e ; i s a plantrcana;;er of 1:iotorola i n h i n c y , Ill., and l i v e s a t $01~ h r i s t o ~ h e rCourt. 7ioiir ec7.itor siibscribes t o bo,tl~llYHO and )TICAP gubLcations and wishes"c cooo,,:.>;-.-.- ~ & % ewith a l l responsible UBO group$, but is: :bbhdi t o none.1 ) .: O u r dolicy rerxiiis as before--let s separate f a c t froml fantasy., Our re-? ~ - r t sare frail r e l i a b l e sources,, t o the bee% of our kho,kledge, and wevilL :lever d e l i b e r a t e l y "color11a s t o r y t o a d d intere1$b;yo t i ~ ebest 03 our a b i l i t y we a r e going t o t e l l it it!is.----- I .Ve want YOUR r e p o r t s too ! ! j
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