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Winter 1958/59

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ON OCTOBER 31st, 1958,
14-year-old
Yoshinari Baba,
City
student of Kaizuka
Osaka, Japan, took this "U;Ft:/t
which "Sa.nkei
photograph,
S himbun" published as auth­
thentic on Nov. 12.The boy
was withYOshioSado, camera
shop manager who was inetru�
ting the student in photo­
graph�, as he spotted"some­
thing in the viewfinder of
his Dorimanex camera. Draw­
ing Mr.Sado 's attent ion
to the object, latter told
him to "Quick-snap the shu1r
{Photo taken at f/8,
ter!"
Of t h e
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1/lOOth second)
the
two photographs taken,
second showed nothing. The
photographer estimated the
grey-colored object as being
larger than a light plane.
It traveled rapidly but si­
(Photograph
lently toSE.
courtesy of Flying Saucer
Research Group in Japan.)

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The " R . E. Straith" Case by James D. Villard
An "Extra-terrestrial Communication"? by JohnOtto
Index to "Flying Saucers- Fact or Fiction?"
by Samuel J. Ciurca, Jr
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and never on correspondence. 2) As o fficial letters must be first cleared through various departments. but there is no committee to head it. one would probably be told that it was. However. " We must remember that there are several hundreds o f thousands of government employees in the Sta. E. This author himself has o ften experienced similar difficulties in reaching someone in the Department. (Cont. with the Seal already impressed on 1t." as his father. Adamski' s mind is completely closed: that he cannot listen to those who might be in a better position to know the real facts.) SAUCERS. In a recent article in a popular British saucer publication. one can mail a letter with stamps from a regular postal box. It is used only on official documents. a special postage meter stamp is used. there are several discrepancies: 1) The format of the letter is wrong. but this isn't unusual. However. Mr. the Vice President. the Hon. The "Sincerely" is also not in keeping with these rules. Adamski is confused with the small electronic seal which is used on passports. ) FOR ALMOST A YEAR NOW. And since many new people come to the Department each day. Miller apparently talked to a Mrs. room. But what I have stated above has been veri fied by some of the highest officials in our government. Villard states that the views expressed in this article are to be in no way construed as those of the Department of State or of the U. Miller related his wild goose chase through the DepRrtment of State by telephone in search of "R. Mr.195 8-­ issue o f SAUCERS-Ed. Villard. In all of our Embassies. s. ·or perhaps with the Great Seal of the United States. Winter 195 8/59 . Government. a type of stationery is used witp the Seal impressed on paper. this paper is used only for regular mail correspondence. Straith. Winter 1 95 8/59 . has many connections with the Department of State. And that is true. S. it is difficult to keep telephone lists in order. wrote: " This. Henry s.3 - . who said that the Cultural Exchange Committee was not an ac­ tual committee. is in a good position to investigate the notorius Straith letter. '' This statement showed that Mr.2 6) I WOULD NOW LIKE TO clear one thing up about the stationery in question. Delegations and Consulates abroad. Perhaps Mr. but with the title in a di fferent place. I do not believe. Geneva. ) SAUCERS. refer­ ring to a letter which I wrote him informing him of this. Reprint rights reserved by the author. but rather a nebulous title. present U. The return address of the writer (his name. Villard. the printed blue seal paper is used for air mail letters. ��. STRAITH" CASE By JAMES D. and his conclusions follow. just as different envelopes are used. 00 per annum. there does exist a similar type o f paper. and-Mr. IN THE SUMMER ISSUE of SAUCERS. Villard has been working with the United States Delegation in Geneva. Strai th. section) is always written below the "Official Business'' on the envelope. or the President himself. Mr. which ie used only with the permission of the Secretary of State. It has been repeated by many that the Seal o f the Department o f State is always printed in blue on official letterheads--but this is not true� It is printed in blue only on air mail paper. 3) The use of "My Dear Professor" is contrary to State Department regulations concerning the format o f lotters. such as commissions. Resident Delegation. s. and then only with permis­ sion from high authority. for there is a cultural exchange program. rank and department is included. and is also studying foreign languages. Mr.STRAITH LETTER THE "R. Villard can be address­ ed c/o the U.'' as it was signed by one "R. This letter has become known as the "Straith letter. the date is always put on with a rubber stamp. Switzerland. 4) In signing letters. Contrary to Mr. The stationery the letter was written on is at this time no longer in uee. well-known author of several books on space contacts. However. Miller finally reached a department which admitted that it could be called the Cul­ tural Exchange Committee." (See reproduction of letter on page 8 of the Summer--though rubber-stamped AUG . Mr. Ambassador at the U nited Nations in Geneva and former Assistant to the Secretary of State. Editor of The ��. for if one phoned the Office of African Affairs and asked if it was the African Foreign O ffice. the full name.te Department and its branches. Adamski. Adamski' s claims. this paper is not impressed with the Seal of the State Department only upon completion of a letter. controversy has raged over a certain letter received by George Adamski. James Villard has been able to talk with many of ficials of our government about the letter. Belt. (Cont. 5) When mailing an of ficial letter. ) - As was stated by Max Miller in SAUCERS. The (bi-monthly} Q­ !QlQ� is $3. and the name "Straith" might not be uncommon. E. E. This paper is turned out al­ most every day by our Government Printing Of fice. VILLARD (EDITOR'S NOTE: James D.

present U. wrote: " This. Straith. It is used only on official documents. ) SAUCERS. room. Government. Mr. Mr. Miller apparently talked to a Mrs. ) FOR ALMOST A YEAR NOW. Adamski' s claims. It has been repeated by many that the Seal o f the Department o f State is always printed in blue on official letterheads--but this is not true� It is printed in blue only on air mail paper. has many connections with the Department of State. (Cont. Geneva. a type of stationery is used witp the Seal impressed on paper. is in a good position to investigate the notorius Straith letter. ��. Strai th. Perhaps Mr. one can mail a letter with stamps from a regular postal box. Adamski' s mind is completely closed: that he cannot listen to those who might be in a better position to know the real facts. This letter has become known as the "Straith letter. there does exist a similar type o f paper. Miller finally reached a department which admitted that it could be called the Cul­ tural Exchange Committee. Villard has been working with the United States Delegation in Geneva. However.195 8-­ issue o f SAUCERS-Ed. the Hon. Editor of The ��. Villard. it is difficult to keep telephone lists in order. s. 00 per annum. this paper is not impressed with the Seal of the State Department only upon completion of a letter. Delegations and Consulates abroad. well-known author of several books on space contacts. 3) The use of "My Dear Professor" is contrary to State Department regulations concerning the format o f lotters. or the President himself. there are several discrepancies: 1) The format of the letter is wrong. the date is always put on with a rubber stamp. for there is a cultural exchange program. Villard. And since many new people come to the Department each day.3 - . Mr. but there is no committee to head it. and is also studying foreign languages.te Department and its branches. STRAITH" CASE By JAMES D. Contrary to Mr. Resident Delegation. section) is always written below the "Official Business'' on the envelope. controversy has raged over a certain letter received by George Adamski. and never on correspondence. (Cont. E. the Vice President. Miller related his wild goose chase through the DepRrtment of State by telephone in search of "R. In all of our Embassies. Belt. refer­ ring to a letter which I wrote him informing him of this. Switzerland. The "Sincerely" is also not in keeping with these rules. this paper is used only for regular mail correspondence. S. rank and department is included. The (bi-monthly} Q­ !QlQ� is $3. such as commissions. However. E. Winter 195 8/59 . s. and-Mr.) SAUCERS. with the Seal already impressed on 1t.'' as it was signed by one "R. Villard can be address­ ed c/o the U. which ie used only with the permission of the Secretary of State. Mr. a special postage meter stamp is used. Reprint rights reserved by the author. 5) When mailing an of ficial letter.2 6) I WOULD NOW LIKE TO clear one thing up about the stationery in question. Villard states that the views expressed in this article are to be in no way construed as those of the Department of State or of the U. I do not believe. But what I have stated above has been veri fied by some of the highest officials in our government. and the name "Straith" might not be uncommon. Adamski. And that is true." as his father. This author himself has o ften experienced similar difficulties in reaching someone in the Department.STRAITH LETTER THE "R. the printed blue seal paper is used for air mail letters. 4) In signing letters. However. The return address of the writer (his name. Adamski is confused with the small electronic seal which is used on passports. and then only with permis­ sion from high authority. IN THE SUMMER ISSUE of SAUCERS. Mr. but rather a nebulous title. " We must remember that there are several hundreds o f thousands of government employees in the Sta. This paper is turned out al­ most every day by our Government Printing Of fice. but this isn't unusual. '' This statement showed that Mr. for if one phoned the Office of African Affairs and asked if it was the African Foreign O ffice. VILLARD (EDITOR'S NOTE: James D. James Villard has been able to talk with many of ficials of our government about the letter. Ambassador at the U nited Nations in Geneva and former Assistant to the Secretary of State. just as different envelopes are used. ·or perhaps with the Great Seal of the United States. one would probably be told that it was. but with the title in a di fferent place." (See reproduction of letter on page 8 of the Summer--though rubber-stamped AUG . and his conclusions follow. 2) As o fficial letters must be first cleared through various departments. who said that the Cultural Exchange Committee was not an ac­ tual committee. Henry s. the full name. E. In a recent article in a popular British saucer publication. Winter 1 95 8/59 . The stationery the letter was written on is at this time no longer in uee. ) - As was stated by Max Miller in SAUCERS.

I have an open mind towards his books and his be­ liefs. thinking that the matter was inconsequental and would soon die down) : Mr. this account when I first spoke with them. Straith connected with the Department of State nor is there any record of any person having been an employee of the Depart­ ment (Cont." He did not know him. John did not give me any reason for her inquiry. I went downstairs to ask my father if he knew this nstraith. l{r: Miller talked to a local LLos Angele�7 Security agent who probably didn't know any­ thing about the case anyway-hence the ' ' classified. Mr. " NOW.STRAITH LETTER STRAITH LETTER As the department Mr. but his secre­ tary told Mr. Editor of The Little Listening Post of Wash­ ington. At that time. Mrs.) ." and not really with the De­ partment at all. Mrs. this ffitraith missiv�7 is a spurious letter Neither is there an R. This was misconstrued to mean he was actually in Security (ob­ viously." I made a hurried investigation of the matter and immediately telephoned Mrs John that I had been greatly mistaken about ' ' Straith. to whom Mr. incidentally. Mr. The information I have is this (I had not published this before. I did tell Mr. Security in­ formed them that should there be any calls for "Straith. The night of February 12. Straith was and of whether or not he would be hurt" -quote from another letter to Gray Barker from Mr. Out of this grew the belief that the informant had been "silenced. and that he was on " secret work. " as Mrs. John apparently misunderstood me. John asked me. As soon as the letter was released. Miller was then referred. I WOULD LIKE to bring out some information which has hitherto not been known. Adam­ ski). Summers. • THE CORRESPONDENT mentioned is. and that he (Straith) could be reached there. Wright was not talked to personally." I can only say that this was NOT the case." Unquote. Summers of Security. E. I hope this will clear up a lot of this misunderstanding that has been prevalent for some time now. APPARENTLY ADAMSKI HAD written her and asked her to investigate a bit about "Straith. Ftnally. John had asked me about "Straith." but one of them suggested that (Cont. "' and that I was definitely sure that he was NOT in the State Department. But I would like to point out that all of us can make mistakes. as well as several other officials. has repeatedly said that (and I g uote from a And I letter from Mr Adamski to Mr. Miller that the matter had been turned over t� George Ives. and so. Rice-the last name sounding similar to ••wright"-Ed. I then understood why Mrs. Mr.4 SAUCERS. in his letters and booklets. Winter 1958/59 • • • • • • . or misunderstand information." • . 7. None of them knew of "Straith. or in anything else. is a good friend of our family) : " As you have been told orally. Clara John. having taken Mrs. IN CLOSING. Adam­ ski. I am told he � in the State Depart­ ment and is on secret work. Mrs. E. and then Maurice Wright Lthis was probably Maurice s. for that matter. But the time has come for this to stop. but that he might be on some special work in the Department and therefore not listed in the regular directories. and for all the people to be informed of the real facts behind this story. I now see that this affair has been dragging on for months and months. C. not wishing to make trouble for anyone. the department in question was not informed of the details) . Miller reached had something to do with our cultural exchange program. Straith" in the Department of State." they should transfer them to the Security Office. and that I believed the letter to be a complete hoax. E. and wrote Adamski that "Straith" was in the Department. since I was in a good position to find out something. Gray Barker}: " did show him L:a State Department man7 a letter from a cor­ respondent dated February 12th in which it was stated.5 SAUCERS. Probably this is why he was hard to track down. several of my friends in Washington excitedly called me up and read me the letter. John that to the best of my knowledge there was no " Straith" in the Department. and that I should have made this known· a long time ago. but then didn't publish it. John tele­ phoned me at my Washington Office on my private phone num­ ber. my father was in the State Department. after having looked in the State Department and Foreign Service Directories for the name but without find­ ing it. Adamski. John's word for Gospel truth ("So I investigated in every way possible to be sure of who Mr. But then Otto Otepka. So I returned to the telephone and told Mrs. Winter 1958/59 he might be on " special work. but referred me to several of the high officials who were present that evening. Summers. turned on his telephone recording machine so as to put on tape what might have been useful to the case. per­ haps thinking it was Adamski. who is the Chief of the State De�artment Security." and.) . I WOULD like to quote from a letter written to George Adamski by Acting Deputy Assistant Sec­ retary of State Jameson Parker (who. Mrs. In revealing this. D. was first put in charge of the case. '' Adamski soon after released the letter to the public. I believe. Straith. and asked me if I knew anything about an "R. I would like to say that I have nothing against Mr. My statement at that time was made without any knowledge of the "Straith letter. Quote: "I have Just gotten a small amount of information about R. was put on.

Mrs. to whom Mr. " as Mrs. APPARENTLY ADAMSKI HAD written her and asked her to investigate a bit about "Straith. who is the Chief of the State De�artment Security.4 SAUCERS." • . but referred me to several of the high officials who were present that evening. turned on his telephone recording machine so as to put on tape what might have been useful to the case." I made a hurried investigation of the matter and immediately telephoned Mrs John that I had been greatly mistaken about ' ' Straith. But I would like to point out that all of us can make mistakes. I WOULD like to quote from a letter written to George Adamski by Acting Deputy Assistant Sec­ retary of State Jameson Parker (who. and that he was on " secret work. but his secre­ tary told Mr. Wright was not talked to personally. I went downstairs to ask my father if he knew this nstraith. But the time has come for this to stop. '' Adamski soon after released the letter to the public. Probably this is why he was hard to track down. Winter 1958/59 he might be on " special work. or in anything else. At that time. Mr. As soon as the letter was released. and for all the people to be informed of the real facts behind this story. This was misconstrued to mean he was actually in Security (ob­ viously. I did tell Mr. John did not give me any reason for her inquiry. I am told he � in the State Depart­ ment and is on secret work. Miller was then referred. Out of this grew the belief that the informant had been "silenced. D. John's word for Gospel truth ("So I investigated in every way possible to be sure of who Mr. and that I believed the letter to be a complete hoax. Rice-the last name sounding similar to ••wright"-Ed.5 SAUCERS. IN CLOSING. Ftnally. in his letters and booklets. the department in question was not informed of the details) . Summers of Security." and not really with the De­ partment at all. John apparently misunderstood me. None of them knew of "Straith. E. Quote: "I have Just gotten a small amount of information about R.) . " NOW. Summers. and then Maurice Wright Lthis was probably Maurice s. John that to the best of my knowledge there was no " Straith" in the Department. • THE CORRESPONDENT mentioned is. Straith" in the Department of State. Security in­ formed them that should there be any calls for "Straith. John tele­ phoned me at my Washington Office on my private phone num­ ber. Editor of The Little Listening Post of Wash­ ington. not wishing to make trouble for anyone." I can only say that this was NOT the case." Unquote. and that I should have made this known· a long time ago. "' and that I was definitely sure that he was NOT in the State Department. Straith connected with the Department of State nor is there any record of any person having been an employee of the Depart­ ment (Cont. several of my friends in Washington excitedly called me up and read me the letter. The information I have is this (I had not published this before. this ffitraith missiv�7 is a spurious letter Neither is there an R. So I returned to the telephone and told Mrs. Straith was and of whether or not he would be hurt" -quote from another letter to Gray Barker from Mr. But then Otto Otepka. My statement at that time was made without any knowledge of the "Straith letter. is a good friend of our family) : " As you have been told orally. or misunderstand information. I would like to say that I have nothing against Mr. C. Adam­ ski). as well as several other officials." He did not know him. Adam­ ski. Mrs. and that he (Straith) could be reached there. has repeatedly said that (and I g uote from a And I letter from Mr Adamski to Mr. The night of February 12. E. for that matter. Winter 1958/59 • • • • • • . thinking that the matter was inconsequental and would soon die down) : Mr. 7. I WOULD LIKE to bring out some information which has hitherto not been known.) . was first put in charge of the case. I hope this will clear up a lot of this misunderstanding that has been prevalent for some time now. Mr. Straith." but one of them suggested that (Cont. and asked me if I knew anything about an "R. Mrs. since I was in a good position to find out something. In revealing this. John had asked me about "Straith. l{r: Miller talked to a local LLos Angele�7 Security agent who probably didn't know any­ thing about the case anyway-hence the ' ' classified. I then understood why Mrs. and so. Miller that the matter had been turned over t� George Ives.STRAITH LETTER STRAITH LETTER As the department Mr. I believe. Gray Barker}: " did show him L:a State Department man7 a letter from a cor­ respondent dated February 12th in which it was stated. my father was in the State Department. per­ haps thinking it was Adamski. I now see that this affair has been dragging on for months and months. John asked me. Miller reached had something to do with our cultural exchange program. having taken Mrs." they should transfer them to the Security Office. I have an open mind towards his books and his be­ liefs. Adamski." and. and wrote Adamski that "Straith" was in the Department. incidentally. but then didn't publish it. but that he might be on some special work in the Department and therefore not listed in the regular directories. after having looked in the State Department and Foreign Service Directories for the name but without find­ ing it. was put on. Summers. E. this account when I first spoke with them. Mr. Clara John. Mrs.

A letter from Ma jor Keyhoe of NICAP recently informed me that rumors have been circulating which say that I may have been an accomplice to this hoax. and that there is a great possi­ bility that extra-terrestrial intelligences may have radi­ ated into our minds many of the technical advances of past centuries. have finally cleared un the aura of mystery that has surrounded the "Straith lettern for so long. page 15 . and proceeded with another question. Ronald Dunn." I stated. specifically the WGN (Chicago) teet of Nov. But "gambler" had to be defined before I would commit myself. 1954." In further discussion. and. after which Interviewer Dunn injected into the conversation the apparent indications that there may have been something other than ordinary mastery over mechanical details. Briefly. 2 8. I mentioned a few of the highlighted facts and details. Michigan." not to my knowledge. and any person who had ac­ cess to supplies of this paper �t�ould be in a position to misappropriate it and to write an unauthorized letter such as the one in your possession. Dunn's actual words then were: "It might be possible then. EST. One of these stated that the RCAF had attempted to intercept a strange cigar-shaped object throughout the northern Ontario region. Dunn related reports of some outstanding UFO sightings that had been released that very day by Michigan and Canadian news dispatches. that an extra-terrestrial intelligence could understand."Short Shots and FACE OF THE MYSTERY PLANET Mara' dark sonea may be life :ronea. 11 • ACCORDING TO THE NICAP Bulletin for November. R onald Dunn then mentioned my past communication attempts.6 - News Notes. AT APPROXIMATELY 4 n 7 p. Clemens. as close­ ly as you can to yes or no. I related the aeeumed significance of Russia's Sputnik accomplishments in the fall of 1 957 and the apparent "flap" that ensued. for no matter what purpose. He asked whether he (Dunn) had indicated in any manner that he would like to attempt a communications test. As it has been pointed out. from which the above quote is taken. at this very moment and be able to receive it. I am sure that one can readily see that any connection I might have would ruin my father as well as myself. A little wary now of the possible implications. I would indeed be in a position to obtain such station­ ery. although I cannot prove their falseness.. Dunn asked how we had "checked" the code-like returns of the WGN test that indicated the signals were other than those of a terrestrial origin. Winter 1 95 8/59 .7 - . I HOPE THAT WHAT I have written. at 3: 3 5 p.STRAITH LETTER "This stationery has the seal impressed at the time of manufacture. I would like to state here that I deny any such rumors. and suggested that there was a great possibility that a new "flap" was in the making considering the grave Middle Eastern crisis and the proposed Summit Conference.m. I answered slowly. 195 8. (See second paragraph. "I should appreciate your informing all who inquire about this letter that it is snurious. Program Director for radio station WBRB in Mt. However.") AN �EXTRA-TERRESTRIAL COMMUNICATION"? By JOHN OTTO ON AUGUST 13. I would therefore never do such a thing. Winter 195 8/59 . do you believe such a thing to be possible?'' (Cont. began a tape recorded interview with the writer.m. Now. To this I responded that there are many ranking research people who have engaged into the aspects of ESP. Dunn asked if I were a gambler. and Secretary Parker's letter. Dunn then expressed his own d�finition of the word. the Justice Department ie now investigating to find out who wrote the letter in the first place. SAUCERS. not at the time of mailing. ASTRONOMERS disagree over new scientific findings regarding the po s s ibi l ity of life on the planet Mars. In answering. Dunn asked me whether there was any significance to these sight­ ings and a possible return "flap" such as the one experi­ enced throughout the world in November 1957. That is. "No. and reauest that you cease distributing copies o f it. SAUCERS. the seal is placed on blank paper. on page 10) "Yes. in which a perplexing code-like signal had been inter­ cepted during the ''Listening Period. Mr.

for no matter what purpose. 2 8." not to my knowledge. Briefly. However. I mentioned a few of the highlighted facts and details. the seal is placed on blank paper.m.STRAITH LETTER "This stationery has the seal impressed at the time of manufacture. Now." In further discussion. As it has been pointed out. at this very moment and be able to receive it. Clemens. "I should appreciate your informing all who inquire about this letter that it is snurious. Winter 195 8/59 . began a tape recorded interview with the writer. To this I responded that there are many ranking research people who have engaged into the aspects of ESP. I would therefore never do such a thing. and that there is a great possi­ bility that extra-terrestrial intelligences may have radi­ ated into our minds many of the technical advances of past centuries."Short Shots and FACE OF THE MYSTERY PLANET Mara' dark sonea may be life :ronea. the Justice Department ie now investigating to find out who wrote the letter in the first place. have finally cleared un the aura of mystery that has surrounded the "Straith lettern for so long. Mr. and reauest that you cease distributing copies o f it. One of these stated that the RCAF had attempted to intercept a strange cigar-shaped object throughout the northern Ontario region. I answered slowly. Winter 1 95 8/59 . and proceeded with another question. do you believe such a thing to be possible?'' (Cont. on page 10) "Yes. 11 • ACCORDING TO THE NICAP Bulletin for November. not at the time of mailing." I stated. at 3: 3 5 p. I would like to state here that I deny any such rumors. that an extra-terrestrial intelligence could understand. Dunn's actual words then were: "It might be possible then. 1954. A little wary now of the possible implications. AT APPROXIMATELY 4 n 7 p. and Secretary Parker's letter. But "gambler" had to be defined before I would commit myself. Dunn related reports of some outstanding UFO sightings that had been released that very day by Michigan and Canadian news dispatches. and. (See second paragraph. Program Director for radio station WBRB in Mt. EST..6 - News Notes. 195 8. specifically the WGN (Chicago) teet of Nov. SAUCERS. SAUCERS. That is. after which Interviewer Dunn injected into the conversation the apparent indications that there may have been something other than ordinary mastery over mechanical details. R onald Dunn then mentioned my past communication attempts.") AN �EXTRA-TERRESTRIAL COMMUNICATION"? By JOHN OTTO ON AUGUST 13. Dunn asked me whether there was any significance to these sight­ ings and a possible return "flap" such as the one experi­ enced throughout the world in November 1957. I would indeed be in a position to obtain such station­ ery. from which the above quote is taken. page 15 . In answering.m. ASTRONOMERS disagree over new scientific findings regarding the po s s ibi l ity of life on the planet Mars. although I cannot prove their falseness. Dunn asked how we had "checked" the code-like returns of the WGN test that indicated the signals were other than those of a terrestrial origin. Dunn then expressed his own d�finition of the word. and any person who had ac­ cess to supplies of this paper �t�ould be in a position to misappropriate it and to write an unauthorized letter such as the one in your possession. Dunn asked if I were a gambler. I am sure that one can readily see that any connection I might have would ruin my father as well as myself. "No. I HOPE THAT WHAT I have written. A letter from Ma jor Keyhoe of NICAP recently informed me that rumors have been circulating which say that I may have been an accomplice to this hoax. He asked whether he (Dunn) had indicated in any manner that he would like to attempt a communications test. I related the aeeumed significance of Russia's Sputnik accomplishments in the fall of 1 957 and the apparent "flap" that ensued. Michigan. as close­ ly as you can to yes or no. in which a perplexing code-like signal had been inter­ cepted during the ''Listening Period. and suggested that there was a great possibility that a new "flap" was in the making considering the grave Middle Eastern crisis and the proposed Summit Conference. Ronald Dunn.7 - .

33L. 43L Barnes. 105.). lOL-R.. lOR Carnegie Institute (D. Policy. 75 Baltic Area Foo-F1ghters. 9R Air Material Command. Tru�an. 67L AFR 200-2." 43R Banning Municipal Airport. 201. 87 Clarion (supposed planet). Melbourne. 4L Case. 79L Corpus Christi. 37R. 49R Chen Jen. 5L Anti-Gravity. 15L Copper in meteorites . Bart J. 49 QQnf1dential UFO Bulletin.. 20R Brazilian Air Base Command. 4L. England. 60L Astronomers. 76L. s. 37L Cossio.) . B. Eugene M. 46L Bennet. 123L Blenheim. 12R Brown. 126L Atlantis. 47R Astronomical Explanation. Albert M. 97L British Coastal Command. 125R. The. Internlanetary Flying Obje eta (CRIFO) . 47R Cartwright. 127L Air Force. 97L Biblical UFO's.or right-hand column in the book. pre. 120. 7R Bowers. Calif. llL Berger. lOL Chiles. F. Pasadena. 32L Associated Press (AP). 47L. 47L Arpi. 6R Bailey. Sgt. 13L Coates. Calif. lllR Aircraft (reported as UFO's).8 - J • (CONT. 85R-86 Barbieri. UFO's over. displays. also 49R. Symposium on Space Travel. 41R Altitude Record. lllR Braun. 95L Acceleration of UFO'e. 42R Burke. 47R Bolton. 5L Byrd. 49L Association of Lunar and Plane­ tary Observ�rs. WGN. ll9R Algiers University. 122L Aerobee-Hi.. Martin. 72L Berkeley. 33L Auburn. Calif. 39L City of Cosmic Men. Radar. 20L Australian Saucer Record. 24L Air Defense Command. 119R. 77R. 81R Bayeaux Tapestry (diagram). 55L Apple Valley. 21R Champion. 40-51 Compass (as UFO detector). red. silver. 13R Canals. 122L Case 1Qr the UFO (Jessup). 75L British Association for the Advancement of Science. Jack (Capt. 81R Aboard a Flying Saucer (Bethurum). 21R. 15L Central Asia. 79L Barnes. Bishop. 155 Third St. 85R Bailey. 75L British Columbia. 73L (Cont. 7R.. M. lllR Chant.lA.. Calif. Capt. Tex. 1897. I believe. Harry F. lOlL � f . 85L Cincinnati. 121L AM frequency. George. 121R. 69L Carlensville. 18L. 24d weather. lllR Burbank. Terminology. metallic. 121R Air Defense Filter Centers. 5L-R.. 36L-see also Gravitation Antoniadi. 18L Amateur Radio Communications. 69L Adriance. 113R Contacts (with space men).. 93L Affidavite (Padre Island. Observatory of. 69R Allied Intelligence Records (WW2). N. 49R Adrar-En-Abnet. Enrico Espinosay y. 115R Axis Intelligence Records.. 43L Bethurum. Clarence B . Men. 43R. 39R. Rochester 5. 49R Adelaide Advertiser. 9L Artificial Satellites. Harry. Ill. CIURCA. 15R. 78R A t 1 anta.. 61L Aura Rhanee. 49L Aviation Report. 105L British Air Ministry.. 106..INDEX TO "FLYING SAUCERS-FACT OR FICTION?" INDEX TO FACT OR FICTION? By SAMUEL J. Investigations. the letters L and ' ' R" following the page number in the Index refers to the left.. the Australian. 77R. 47R American Astronomical Society. 60R. 85L Apple Valley Inn. 7L Celestial Car. T. 70R Civilian Saucer Investigation of New Zealand. 48L American Chemical Society. Sen.'l20L American Federation of Labor. 9L Arnold.) . 122L American Astronomer's Reports (1955).. 33L Acknowledgements. 7L Chop. Keith. 55L American Weekly. "I believe that this book being a recent work.. 85R Ariminum (township). 34R. C. 125L Byrd. 94R. 47R Byland Abbey (Yorkshire).. 78L. 63.. 36L. (see also individual colors-white. Winter 1958-59 • • Abbeylakes (England). Professor. 54R. Lieutenant 78L Cavallo. 34L Angel's Hair. M. 54L Clark. ". 31R Colors of reported UFO's. J . 80R Angelucci. 81L Atlantic Monthly. 13R Alternating Current (AC). 47R Camp Six (Smythe). 80R British Book Centre. Radio. 18L. 45 Amherst College. 44R. 47R Cambridge. 6R Air Technical Intelligence Centersee ATIC Air Transport Command.9 - ) TO BE CONTINUED - . Ciurca is Editor of Saucer Review and Abstracts. see UFO'e CIRVIS. Paul.. 5L Andromeda Galaxy. 97L Annale of Thuthmosis III. John. Alvan. 16L. 94R. Uvalda. 18L Air Ships. 122L .) • SAUCERS. llL Characteristics of UFO reportssee UFO'e Chariots. 45R. Rand. 5L Cigar-shaped objects. 18R. 33L. w. (EDITOR'S NOTE-Mr. Due to a lack of space.. 77R. 120R C-47 aircraft. N. 121L American Philosophical Society.. Ciurca pre. Georgia. 126R. 18R Bok. John G. 80L British Astronomical So�iety. 42L Ampleforth Abbey. lllR Coleman Lieut. 21L American Magazine. Needles. Arthur c. Journal of. de�erves an Index. J. 47L . Columbia. 20R Cheltenham. Sid. 63. ·Mass. Regulation No. 117R Australasian �. 9L Celestial Bird. 6R Civil Aeronautics Administration (CAA). New Zealand. Major. Donald J. 69L.. 12R Clarke Electronics 34R Clouds (meteoritic . A.facee. etc. 4R 22R. 123-4.fiylng Saucers-Fact or F1ctiQD! has. 81L Chateau Neuf-du-Pape. Donald R. Tex. 74L Chicago... Richard. United States.. 48L Bernee Oberland. 4L ALPO. 122R. 32L Aerojet General Corp. 49L Cartwright Saucer Detector. Ill. 96R Clark. 49L Australia. 87 Clarke. 97L Bureau of Standards. 24R Ben Hunter Nite-Owl Show. 5R t SAUCERS.. Calif.). 39L. 115R AVRO Saucer.era. 20L Australian Flying Saucer Investigations Committee. 6R Atomic Energy Commission. Robert. 70. 87L Blip. 1896. R. 9L Auroral Glow. Va. this Index-which we believe is one of the most intensive ever compiled-will be contin�e� in the Spring issue of SAUCERS. 73R. as well as an important work. Virginia.. 6R. 78L Bloemfontein. 31R Brazil. Calif.. 56R Boston Traveler. 49-51 Cascade Mountain Range. 8R Charleston. Tex. lOR. 24R Balloons. 80R. Kenneth. 73 Caidin. 44R American Airlines. llL British Interplanetary Society. 122R Civilian Research. 47R � Q_f the Damned (Fort). 85R Cobweb-like material. 79R.. Joe. Z. As an exolanatory note.. Africa. 7 Belgium.. Y. 31R. Jan. 37L Ayiation Week Magazine. lllR Cosmic: Radiation. 119L Christian. 45L Chico. 39. Texas. 126R Brand. 19L California Institute of Technology (CIT). 17R Capron. 69L Belgrade. Admiral Richard E . 49 Australian Flying Saucer Research Society. 86R Bogota. 44R... 31L. Major. 37L Aviation Studies Ltd. Wernher von. Capt.. 78L 1 Collier s Annual Aviation A'"ard. 77R-78L Ball Lightning. 122L Chinese Lore. 4R Borbes." Mr. 80L-see also "Angel's Hair" Col�erge. 57. England. 4L Azusa. 6R Cosmology. 4R Books Q_f Charles Fort. 1 Adamski. Gas and Electric Co. 34L. 121R. 20R Bell X. Winter 1958-59 Celestial Worlds D1scover'd. 7-8 Bjornulf. 36L Brownsville. M/Sgt.. 20R Brechan. Floyd.. 43R Amateur Radio Onerators (Hams). what had seemed to them to have died out. from which this Index is reproduced. Itary. Orfeo. 77R Boeecha. Professor. Conversations with � �� QD � Plur lity Qf World (1710). 84L Blakeslee. 72L Circular UFO's. 48L. 33L. 80R. 31L Amarillo. 7L Chesapeake Bay. Energy. 43L British Astronomical Assn. 68L. 105L. Tiberious l783).) Communication. 70R. 47R. 5R. 93L B-29 aircraft. 95L. M. Tex... Jr. 77R.. 86L Alexandria. 29R Auckland. 128L Citadel Press. 119L. spatial.) Benedicks. Ohio. 36L. 122-3 Baum. 127L. Radio telescope at. 96R Aurea Globie. �evived in much of the public. 23R t Adelaide (Australia}. orange. Martian-see Mars Capitol Bldg. 58R Blythe. Townsend. University of. 120R Benton. 200-2�see AFR 200-2. References made by Ezekiel. 39L Cassidy. Johnny. 37R. 60L Altai Himalaya. 7L Challen� of Spac�. JR. 105L. 88ff. (1897). 31R.. 7L Chinese Taoist Records.. 34L.

Texas. 126R Brand. 18L. 93L Affidavite (Padre Island.. 12R Brown. 34L Angel's Hair.. llL Characteristics of UFO reportssee UFO'e Chariots.. 73L (Cont. Terminology. Columbia. Pasadena. 69L Adriance. WGN. Virginia.. 7L Chesapeake Bay. llL British Interplanetary Society. Calif. 18R. 79L Barnes. lOlL � f .) . 122L American Astronomer's Reports (1955). 13L Coates.. 79L Corpus Christi. UFO's over. llL Berger. 44R American Airlines.. 15R. 126L Atlantis. 47L . 41R Altitude Record.. 5R t SAUCERS. 105L British Air Ministry. 33L. 1896. 75L British Association for the Advancement of Science. The. 81R Aboard a Flying Saucer (Bethurum). Georgia. 33L. 122L . 29R Auckland. 126R. 13R Alternating Current (AC). 37L Cossio. 47R Cambridge. Sen. 8R Charleston. 32L Associated Press (AP). (1897). J . 49L Aviation Report. orange. 77R. Due to a lack of space. 9L Auroral Glow. Enrico Espinosay y. 47L. University of. 86R Bogota. 58R Blythe." Mr. Rochester 5. Floyd. 43R Amateur Radio Onerators (Hams). England. 77R. 80R. 97L Annale of Thuthmosis III. displays.. 49R Adrar-En-Abnet. 37R. 7 Belgium. 7R Bowers.. Internlanetary Flying Obje eta (CRIFO) . 39L Cassidy. Donald R. 47R American Astronomical Society. 9L Artificial Satellites. 6R Cosmology. 31R Colors of reported UFO's. CIURCA. Richard. 128L Citadel Press. 6R Air Technical Intelligence Centersee ATIC Air Transport Command. 121R Air Defense Filter Centers. 37L Aviation Studies Ltd. 45L Chico. Martian-see Mars Capitol Bldg. 77R. 87 Clarke. I believe. 78R A t 1 anta. 42L Ampleforth Abbey. 20R Brechan. Symposium on Space Travel. 85R-86 Barbieri. M. 48L. Admiral Richard E . N. 60L Astronomers. 85R Cobweb-like material. etc. 122L Chinese Lore. 72L Berkeley. Ciurca pre. (see also individual colors-white. 73 Caidin. 80R British Book Centre. 24R Balloons. from which this Index is reproduced. Men. 4L ALPO. 47R Astronomical Explanation. 43L Barnes. Lieutenant 78L Cavallo. R. 31L. George. Calif. 49 Australian Flying Saucer Research Society.. Jr. Uvalda. 1897. Regulation No. 60R. M. 85L Apple Valley Inn. 105L. Calif. 42R Burke. 86L Alexandria. 5R. 31R. 122-3 Baum. lllR Cosmic: Radiation. (EDITOR'S NOTE-Mr. B. 31L Amarillo. Donald J. 45R. 93L B-29 aircraft. 80L-see also "Angel's Hair" Col�erge. 1 Adamski. 115R Axis Intelligence Records. spatial. Harry F. 47R Bolton. Bishop. F.. 85L Cincinnati. 48L Bernee Oberland. 87L Blip. 32L Aerojet General Corp. Professor. w. also 49R. 67L AFR 200-2. 123-4. 96R Clark. 49R Chen Jen. lllR Chant. 85R Bailey. 33L Acknowledgements. as well as an important work. 6R Civil Aeronautics Administration (CAA). Major. 43L Bethurum.) . see UFO'e CIRVIS. Arthur c. Africa. M. lllR Burbank. Eugene M. Calif. 20R Brazilian Air Base Command. 20L Australian Saucer Record. 119R. T. 120. Melbourne. 47R Cartwright. Paul. Alvan. 115R AVRO Saucer. 21R Champion. 21L American Magazine. Tru�an. Radio.. 106. Johnny. Energy. 20R Bell X. 23R t Adelaide (Australia}.. United States. 127L. 77R Boeecha.. Keith. Jan. 120R Benton.. N. 4R Books Q_f Charles Fort. 97L British Coastal Command. 47R � Q_f the Damned (Fort).8 - J • (CONT. 18L. 105L. 39R.) Communication. the letters L and ' ' R" following the page number in the Index refers to the left. Professor. References made by Ezekiel. 18R Bok. 33L. Conversations with � �� QD � Plur lity Qf World (1710). Jack (Capt. ·Mass. 15L Copper in meteorites . Policy. 122L Case 1Qr the UFO (Jessup). Itary. 97L Biblical UFO's. Journal of. 18L Air Ships.) • SAUCERS. ll9R Algiers University. Va. Wernher von. 39. 55L American Weekly. this Index-which we believe is one of the most intensive ever compiled-will be contin�e� in the Spring issue of SAUCERS. 49L Cartwright Saucer Detector. 119L Christian. 7L Challen� of Spac�.." 43R Banning Municipal Airport. Observatory of. Martin. Tex.'l20L American Federation of Labor. John G. 155 Third St. lOL-R. Radar. 123L Blenheim. 44R. Z. 97L Bureau of Standards. 117R Australasian �. 19L California Institute of Technology (CIT). 33L Auburn.. 46L Bennet. 40-51 Compass (as UFO detector).or right-hand column in the book. de�erves an Index. 63. 122R. 6R. Sid. Investigations.. 34R. Ill.. Clarence B .). Major. 201.. 9L Celestial Bird. 121L American Philosophical Society. 7L Chop. 34L. 77R-78L Ball Lightning. 80R Angelucci. 43L British Astronomical Assn. C. Bart J. Townsend. 63.fiylng Saucers-Fact or F1ctiQD! has. 74L Chicago. 76L. 85R Ariminum (township).lA. 96R Aurea Globie. 78L. 12R Clarke Electronics 34R Clouds (meteoritic .. Tex. 79R..9 - ) TO BE CONTINUED - . 37R. 36L-see also Gravitation Antoniadi. 7L Celestial Car.. 68L. 49R Adelaide Advertiser. 69L Carlensville. 7R. 37L Ayiation Week Magazine... 48L American Chemical Society. 7L Chinese Taoist Records. s. 44R. 47R Byland Abbey (Yorkshire).. �evived in much of the public. Ciurca is Editor of Saucer Review and Abstracts. 47R Camp Six (Smythe). 43R. 49-51 Cascade Mountain Range. 56R Boston Traveler.. 9L Arnold. 120R C-47 aircraft. lllR Coleman Lieut. 121L AM frequency. A. 73R. 78L 1 Collier s Annual Aviation A'"ard.. 39L. 16L. 125R. "I believe that this book being a recent work. 127L Air Force. 81L Atlantic Monthly.. J. lOL Chiles..). 80R. 122L Aerobee-Hi. 121R. Ohio. 5L Andromeda Galaxy. 55L Apple Valley. what had seemed to them to have died out. 5L Anti-Gravity. 200-2�see AFR 200-2. Tex. 49L Association of Lunar and Plane­ tary Observ�rs. 57. Winter 1958-59 Celestial Worlds D1scover'd. 7-8 Bjornulf. New Zealand. 18L Amateur Radio Communications. 15L Central Asia. 78L Bloemfontein. 36L. 70R Civilian Saucer Investigation of New Zealand. 6R Atomic Energy Commission. 69L Belgrade.facee. 49 QQnf1dential UFO Bulletin. 47L Arpi. 95L Acceleration of UFO'e. 125L Byrd. Calif. Gas and Electric Co. 6R Bailey. JR. Ill. M/Sgt.. 77R. 9R Air Material Command. lllR Braun. 5L Byrd. 60L Altai Himalaya.. 4R Borbes. Albert M. 20R Cheltenham. 17R Capron. red. 24L Air Defense Command. 36L Brownsville. 61L Aura Rhanee. lllR Aircraft (reported as UFO's). 84L Blakeslee. Robert.. Tex. 70. 75L British Columbia. lOR. Radio telescope at. Needles. 31R.. 69L. 72L Circular UFO's. 21R. 105. 88ff. 70R. 75 Baltic Area Foo-F1ghters. 20L Australian Flying Saucer Investigations Committee. Harry. 49L Australia. Kenneth. John. Calif. 4L Azusa.. 54R. 34L.INDEX TO "FLYING SAUCERS-FACT OR FICTION?" INDEX TO FACT OR FICTION? By SAMUEL J. the Australian. 4L. 13R Canals. 119L. 5L Cigar-shaped objects. 5L-R. 54L Clark. 113R Contacts (with space men). 36L. Tiberious l783).. 47R.. 94R. 31R Brazil. 4R 22R. Sgt. 121R.. metallic. 81R Bayeaux Tapestry (diagram). 122R Civilian Research. silver. 80L British Astronomical So�iety. 24R Ben Hunter Nite-Owl Show.) Benedicks. lOR Carnegie Institute (D. Winter 1958-59 • • Abbeylakes (England). Capt. 87 Clarion (supposed planet). pre. Joe.. Rand. 81L Chateau Neuf-du-Pape.era. Orfeo. Y. 69R Allied Intelligence Records (WW2). 45 Amherst College. England. 95L. 39L City of Cosmic Men. 24d weather. Capt. 4L Case. As an exolanatory note. ". 94R.

on this very broadcast tape. has heard. 111. Harvey Kauren was preoccupied with hie :2 ·tt• .. Program Director for this radio station' and John Otto The communicational interruption came at the precise moment that the interviewer (Ron Dunn) was asking John Otto if he thought it was possible that outer space intelligences could be monitoring their conversation..l. ··:If a 01 • t. '!Ill JXM�JCCl1'1'<*1.---.It IOilM O'J"t!S. Winter 1958/59 (Cont.rfOW &. H owever..Cif.t..tO .Il xuwn��rs 4 . THEN THERE ARE THOSE "in between"--the "middle-of-the­ road" persons who admit freely that. sales. something!" ws m u�ttkii::DliD ll'!s !'0 :a!\. 13. on the above date we did by our own ears-individually at the same precise moment--hear by a source unknown to us--in the form of code communication--out in on a tape recorded inter­ view between Ron Dunn. ''There-­ .. · Suddenly I out -.n. "shall we say-acquiesce with you " As near as oan be determined.A statement dated Aug. � show. it might be a little overpresump­ tuous on our part at this time--'' I t must be remembered that this test was inserted by Ronald Dunn. w. Winter 1958/59 11 _ • • • _ .m.' I don't say it's probable-'' --there is the unmistakable tinkle of a code-like sound. shape or form.. at beet. LSigneg7 Ronald E. on WBRB stationery accompanies the above report. this type of person is prone to aooept the truthfUl and false willy-nilly. EVERYONE RETIRED to the control room a!'. the code-like sounds lasted for approximately three seconds. Ql._ <or llCt.) SAUCERS.Jcn �.) S&lll::lll c. bm.. 011 � 1ill'! £�. Uti' • �• :11ln. --precisely two seconds after the word "moment" .our ans­ wer then..r.tb 1K1t . James N. Lawrence Lick. Otto (eon of John Otto. He explained.u. 6:10 p. sometimes with the assistance of noble and thinking people.. Dunn. � Jt4 1D �tn'&U> M you have 1.. in some way.. These responses have been argued and discussed for a number of years.ll fl' l #JOCkS\ tiiOIMI 1\: u.t·• '1'111 u. Program Director.lft 4U�f11ftt. partitioned by a large glass section.... indicate to us that we are being 'monitored..IIIIIIa{ll)ll 1111117 .r �• aaw IIICW . � N !fU ILli'J. 1 -u lllliiUlfO '!!!\ I!O. Jim Hendrick :��nwu n rn• A." This person is the type who audaciously conducts tests. "I heard it.m. throu� the power of--! hate to refer to the word 'super. Let me (Cont.' but it s the only thing modern man oan understand at this point--some 'super power' of the mind.. The outright "believer" aooepte everything w1 thout examination or reservation.l!I'IIOtt!U. Otto).. if men are dilligent (granted they have the time and wherewithall). and Jon R.'' I finally broke in. and at �he pause of my At this moment11 ------��������b--�1 words. oom: �c.. r""'. the knowledge of the ages will unfold gradually and ultimately. who had been sitting in the back of the studio room listening and observing the entire interview.. could possibly.otn w lli:n ar �\)\ill lt 1111 .m.p. sitting several chairs away in the studio..._ • • • • There have been many similar teste to the one des­ cribed herein.l'llllll:::U 10 • � fl1!'!1. and was conducted in the sound proofed studio adjoining the sound proofed control room.tilltfllll. oort �lllCdl'* loUU Dunn as to what he had heard.J. ww. The dogmatic "skeptic" argues that tests of this type are "zany"-but he attempts nothing.. a •ar• Cl �JJJO ntf. At approximately 4:20 p. At times.li\D � 1"1. holding his head­ phones about the ears--and I assume that he.--�----..c:ilf. a guest).t�t � l:I'I'Dl'lf. too.nar. there have been unusual displays of response. IUCUI It'.CUll U 1!\s .r <n?I'J"' � m awn . DUNN SUDDENLY I NTERJECTED (at 4:20 p.tf ... 'liU .w wrw tci mt tape was played back. The sound continues through my paused search for words and into my words of.---�*'. M 1\la a. because of poor photographic quality.utt. Hendrick. I was working the board on the air with my own show and further wish to testify that I did not hear the code communication break in because of being involved with said show.. operating the tape recorder. In each and every test.. At no time (except on tape replay} did I hear the actual code but detected the looks of sur­ prise on all the faces of those present. -·-------·-�·--·-····-···· ·-··-··----·- n . He had not heard the signals.w 111'!1! lU ow was questioned by Ron l!I!W Ut> IIJll't'I!U <ll$1 1'0 tlllmn '1'114'1 I !'ll) I!Of lfUl! !Ill.. a 1111•1 .. "I would say first of all--I would have to-Uhhh--at this moment-­ shall we say--acquiesce with you.unt or ooa . OlllJ t JlldD 111 lilt ..a:t1'Q&IIV »>Ol ��n. However. Dunn exclaimed: "I see in the other sound proofed con­ trol room Jim Hen­ drick. $T \QJ:.): code!" "I heard Split seconds later.10 SAUCERS..t u 1 "I heard a code. "I the undersigned wish to give affidavit that during the tape recorded interview between Ron Dunn and John Otto. they are "un­ informed. the text is reproduced below: "We the undersigned wish to give affidavit of our own free will to the following facts... (EDITOR'S NOTE -. too!" Following that came the same retort from Radio Engineer Lawrence Lick.J/u._.__ _.t:c_ in with." The t. m'llll!mca.. my eon {Jon R. Here.EXTRA-TERRESTRIAL COMMUNI CATION EXTRA-TERRESTRI AL COMMUNI CATION Dunn continued: ''We might in fact.V . . looking around for another dieo to play on the air. "I see your point. This is a very great possibility.. declared. sometimes against great ridicule. Here in the middle­ of-the-road lies the greatest of discovery. radio engineer. 1958. UIJll) lGP C"f'TT Ir Hl �!tin •• U �UI !!in where Disc Jockey C'41'D mn.m.

nar.tb 1K1t . ''There-­ ." This person is the type who audaciously conducts tests. � show. I was working the board on the air with my own show and further wish to testify that I did not hear the code communication break in because of being involved with said show. a guest). The dogmatic "skeptic" argues that tests of this type are "zany"-but he attempts nothing. IUCUI It'..' but it s the only thing modern man oan understand at this point--some 'super power' of the mind. 1958. UIJll) lGP C"f'TT Ir Hl �!tin •• U �UI !!in where Disc Jockey C'41'D mn.. Ql. These responses have been argued and discussed for a number of years. 13.utt. 6:10 p. This is a very great possibility... At approximately 4:20 p. · Suddenly I out -. The outright "believer" aooepte everything w1 thout examination or reservation.otn w lli:n ar �\)\ill lt 1111 .. '!Ill JXM�JCCl1'1'<*1. ··:If a 01 • t. Hendrick. Harvey Kauren was preoccupied with hie :2 ·tt• .. . OlllJ t JlldD 111 lilt . holding his head­ phones about the ears--and I assume that he. In each and every test..' I don't say it's probable-'' --there is the unmistakable tinkle of a code-like sound. in some way.A statement dated Aug. Here. too!" Following that came the same retort from Radio Engineer Lawrence Lick.a:t1'Q&IIV »>Ol ��n..V .... "I would say first of all--I would have to-Uhhh--at this moment-­ shall we say--acquiesce with you. if men are dilligent (granted they have the time and wherewithall).li\D � 1"1. sales. too. --precisely two seconds after the word "moment" . sitting several chairs away in the studio..__ _..t·• '1'111 u. -·-------·-�·--·-····-···· ·-··-··----·- n .our ans­ wer then. ww. has heard.unt or ooa . "I see your point..m. Winter 1958/59 (Cont. Let me (Cont. declared.---.. and was conducted in the sound proofed studio adjoining the sound proofed control room. the code-like sounds lasted for approximately three seconds.EXTRA-TERRESTRIAL COMMUNI CATION EXTRA-TERRESTRI AL COMMUNI CATION Dunn continued: ''We might in fact. At no time (except on tape replay} did I hear the actual code but detected the looks of sur­ prise on all the faces of those present.u. partitioned by a large glass section.): code!" "I heard Split seconds later. on WBRB stationery accompanies the above report.. However. sometimes with the assistance of noble and thinking people. (EDITOR'S NOTE -. because of poor photographic quality. shape or form. 111. 011 � 1ill'! £�. Lawrence Lick. M 1\la a.tilltfllll.'' I finally broke in." The t. operating the tape recorder. indicate to us that we are being 'monitored.rfOW &. Here in the middle­ of-the-road lies the greatest of discovery. there have been unusual displays of response. He explained.---�*'.l!I'IIOtt!U.lft 4U�f11ftt. m'llll!mca.m.. Dunn exclaimed: "I see in the other sound proofed con­ trol room Jim Hen­ drick. w.. 1 -u lllliiUlfO '!!!\ I!O. 'liU .IIIIIIa{ll)ll 1111117 . � Jt4 1D �tn'&U> M you have 1.. He had not heard the signals.) S&lll::lll c. Winter 1958/59 11 _ • • • _ .Jcn �..tO ._. at beet. this type of person is prone to aooept the truthfUl and false willy-nilly. At times.. who had been sitting in the back of the studio room listening and observing the entire interview.._ • • • • There have been many similar teste to the one des­ cribed herein..l'llllll:::U 10 • � fl1!'!1. the knowledge of the ages will unfold gradually and ultimately.r <n?I'J"' � m awn .10 SAUCERS. DUNN SUDDENLY I NTERJECTED (at 4:20 p. H owever. a 1111•1 . "I the undersigned wish to give affidavit that during the tape recorded interview between Ron Dunn and John Otto.t. looking around for another dieo to play on the air. THEN THERE ARE THOSE "in between"--the "middle-of-the­ road" persons who admit freely that.. � N !fU ILli'J. r""'... Otto (eon of John Otto. bm. and Jon R. a •ar• Cl �JJJO ntf.p.. something!" ws m u�ttkii::DliD ll'!s !'0 :a!\.r. on the above date we did by our own ears-individually at the same precise moment--hear by a source unknown to us--in the form of code communication--out in on a tape recorded inter­ view between Ron Dunn.r �• aaw IIICW . "shall we say-acquiesce with you " As near as oan be determined.w 111'!1! lU ow was questioned by Ron l!I!W Ut> IIJll't'I!U <ll$1 1'0 tlllmn '1'114'1 I !'ll) I!Of lfUl! !Ill...CUll U 1!\s . EVERYONE RETIRED to the control room a!'.J/u. Uti' • �• :11ln.._ <or llCt. Program Director for this radio station' and John Otto The communicational interruption came at the precise moment that the interviewer (Ron Dunn) was asking John Otto if he thought it was possible that outer space intelligences could be monitoring their conversation. oom: �c.c:ilf.t u 1 "I heard a code.l..Il xuwn��rs 4 .m. my eon {Jon R. James N. oort �lllCdl'* loUU Dunn as to what he had heard. and at �he pause of my At this moment11 ------��������b--�1 words.w wrw tci mt tape was played back. it might be a little overpresump­ tuous on our part at this time--'' I t must be remembered that this test was inserted by Ronald Dunn.t:c_ in with. sometimes against great ridicule.. Jim Hendrick :��nwu n rn• A.n..tf . could possibly. Dunn. $T \QJ:.t�t � l:I'I'Dl'lf.ll fl' l #JOCkS\ tiiOIMI 1\: u..) SAUCERS. the text is reproduced below: "We the undersigned wish to give affidavit of our own free will to the following facts. they are "un­ informed. "I heard it.J.--�----. on this very broadcast tape. throu� the power of--! hate to refer to the word 'super.Cif.It IOilM O'J"t!S. LSigneg7 Ronald E. Program Director. Otto). The sound continues through my paused search for words and into my words of.m. radio engineer..

. Aime Michel was next (18%) .9%. 1-BEST AUTHOR OF UFO MATERIAL: Edward J. 5--MOST COMPREHENSIVE PERIODICAL DEVOTED TO UFO's: Saucers (33%) . only �ne million years of the five billion." Dr. possibly as an annual feature.ge. Fry (12%) . No. Jessup. was quoted by Die Rheinpf1az (published in Ludwigshafen) on his belief that UF01s are piloted by " supernatural forms of lifa who have observed earth for a long time." The UC chemist concurs with Dr Har­ low Shapley's estimate that there are at least 100 mi i lion habitable planets within the visible universe. Ryan radio salesman. . and Sp ce Probe (CSI New Zealand) and Saucer News each polled 5 (H ere Saucers had an unfair advante. MELVIN CALVIN.. !lY ing Saucers from Other Worlds and !lying Saucer Review (British) (Cont. " & NEWS % • Q. Few of our subscribers receive the bulk of other UFO periodicals. disc jockey. !lying Saucers Come from Another World (Guieu) and Flying Saucers Uncensored (Wilkins). CSI Newsletter (10%) . PROF. Ala. but who were not present during the interview.. The C ase for the UFO ( Jessup). Dan Haber and Max B .) DR. The poll itsel� was moderately successful. Disc Jockey.'' (UPI. Flying Saucers. Miller ( 7%) . namely. Q. No. Fantastic claims by some "contactees"-2 7%. Miller. No. Q. Winter 1 95 8/59 . New York Daily News. Press apathy. 11/10. Q. and minor recognition to George Adamski. and perhaps precellular life and posthuman life. Calvin's conservative calculations regards life based only on the carbon atom. The Truth About Flying Saucers and !lying Saucers and the Straight-Line Mystery (both by Michelr-each re­ ceived about 9% of the votes. to return to his native Germany. chief engineer. (Aviation Week. No. "which conceivably we can imagine. that I did not move or touch any controls that would reproduce a sound similar to the one li heard Harvey in the form of code on the tape replay. Ray Stanford (10%) . who recently left the Army's Ballistic Missile Agency in Huntsville. it is clear that we may expect to find cellular life. Cedric Allingham ( 9. Ruppelt (5%) . T.EXTRA-TERRESTRIAL COMMUNICATION SHORT SHOTS further state. Winter 1 958/59 N�wS NOTES were tied with 14% each. "Since in the course of the chemical and biotic evol­ ution the appearance of man on the surface of the earth has occupied only a very small fragment of time. We wish to express our special thanks to those of you who so help fully responded to this survey.12 SAUCERS." under sponsorship of the AEC. 11/ 7.) NOTES RESULTS TO "SAUCER POLL.) SHORT SHOTS & • Q. Reinhold Schmidt (19%) . Ray Palmer ( 9. No. follm'led by Max B . 6-WHAT NEWSPAPER IN . Public apathy and conform­ ity. M.'' The father of modern rocketry went on to ex­ plain: " I call these creatures Ura. UNIVERSITY of California Chemist has prepared a fascinating study on non-terrestrial life ' entitled "Round Trip from Space.) Dr. we conducted a survey whereby readers would send us their responses to a series of seven questions.YOUR NEAREST METROPOLITAN AREA PUBLISHES THE MOST UFO NEWS: (Responses were insuf­ ficient to indicate any trends or to justify including the names of individual papers. (Twenty-eight per cent of those naming contact claimants appended the words: " if any. some 51% of those responding probably disbelieve all such claimants. Keyhoe ( 76%). They are: John E. with Jim­ my Guieu. in that the maga­ zine must have been read by all of those responding to the survey. Daniel W. 4-THE "CONTACT CLAIMANT" YOU WOULD MOST LIKELY BELIEVE (IF ANY): None (23%) . Gordon � Bud" Park. Oberth was also said to have stated that the most exciting scientific advances in the next 25 years will concern the human brain rather than space exploration.) SAUCERS. . K.niden and believe they are intelligent beings. Other Tongues--Other Flesh (Williamson ) . 5%) . Calvin observed. 2-BEST BOOK ON UFO 1 s: The Report on UFO' s (Ruppelt) -32%.) John Otto has also supplied four names of persons on the staff of WBRB who had examined the tape recording immediately after the interview had terminated. in many of these other planets. LSigneg Kauren. Other books receiving minor at­ tention: The Flying Saucer Conspiracy (Keyh�e) . 2 8% of the votes) . Ruppelt and Donald E.27%) receiving minor attention. Edward J .. Ray Stanford. 11/8.'' Coupled with the 23% indicating total disbelief. . George Adamski (21. Dr. Gerald Meier. ''This does not include such systems. Wilkins. Hendrick deLange and Waveney Girvan (trailing with 2. Keyhoe were tied for first place (each receiving approx. the poll is indica­ tive of only some broad trends and should not be considered particularly reliable. Look Up (Stanford) . WE HOPE THE RESULTS of this survey has been of some interest. Gray Barker.) Q. However. HERMANN OBERTH.'' he ex­ plained.13 - .) .. H. The UFO Investigator (19%) . Dr. Signature of the fourth person is undecipherable. 3--PERSON WHO HAS ACCOMPLISHED MOST FOR SUB­ ject: Donald E. an­ nounced his intention to divorce the latter and devote fUll time to psychology and ESP. as did Keyhoe's llJing Sau­ cers from Outer Space. and we anticipate continuing it in fUture issues of SAUCERS. Fact or Fiction? (Miller) --14%.5%. No. these are the results: Q.5%) and Robert Ewing ( 5%) . No. As of January 2nd. based on other (Cont." In the last issue of SAUCERS. 5%) . 7-WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING HAS MOST HARMED UFO RESEARCH: Official censorship and ridicule-5 9%. ..

No. Fantastic claims by some "contactees"-2 7%. . Ruppelt (5%) . Winter 1 95 8/59 .27%) receiving minor attention. who recently left the Army's Ballistic Missile Agency in Huntsville.'' (UPI.5%. MELVIN CALVIN. 11/8. No. based on other (Cont. Jessup. these are the results: Q. in many of these other planets. 5--MOST COMPREHENSIVE PERIODICAL DEVOTED TO UFO's: Saucers (33%) . (Twenty-eight per cent of those naming contact claimants appended the words: " if any. Edward J .. 1-BEST AUTHOR OF UFO MATERIAL: Edward J. Gray Barker. 11/ 7. M. and minor recognition to George Adamski.'' Coupled with the 23% indicating total disbelief." under sponsorship of the AEC. 5%) . Other Tongues--Other Flesh (Williamson ) . !lY ing Saucers from Other Worlds and !lying Saucer Review (British) (Cont.) Dr. K. in that the maga­ zine must have been read by all of those responding to the survey." The UC chemist concurs with Dr Har­ low Shapley's estimate that there are at least 100 mi i lion habitable planets within the visible universe. possibly as an annual feature. LSigneg Kauren.13 - . that I did not move or touch any controls that would reproduce a sound similar to the one li heard Harvey in the form of code on the tape replay. as did Keyhoe's llJing Sau­ cers from Outer Space. . with Jim­ my Guieu. No. "Since in the course of the chemical and biotic evol­ ution the appearance of man on the surface of the earth has occupied only a very small fragment of time.. CSI Newsletter (10%) . Wilkins. the poll is indica­ tive of only some broad trends and should not be considered particularly reliable. . No. 2-BEST BOOK ON UFO 1 s: The Report on UFO' s (Ruppelt) -32%.) NOTES RESULTS TO "SAUCER POLL. and we anticipate continuing it in fUture issues of SAUCERS. 4-THE "CONTACT CLAIMANT" YOU WOULD MOST LIKELY BELIEVE (IF ANY): None (23%) . Dr.) . Hendrick deLange and Waveney Girvan (trailing with 2. Gerald Meier. 7-WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING HAS MOST HARMED UFO RESEARCH: Official censorship and ridicule-5 9%. 2 8% of the votes) . H. Other books receiving minor at­ tention: The Flying Saucer Conspiracy (Keyh�e) . Ryan radio salesman.9%. Ray Stanford (10%) . Disc Jockey. The UFO Investigator (19%) . follm'led by Max B . but who were not present during the interview. New York Daily News. However. Cedric Allingham ( 9.ge. we conducted a survey whereby readers would send us their responses to a series of seven questions. 3--PERSON WHO HAS ACCOMPLISHED MOST FOR SUB­ ject: Donald E.5%) and Robert Ewing ( 5%) . WE HOPE THE RESULTS of this survey has been of some interest. The Truth About Flying Saucers and !lying Saucers and the Straight-Line Mystery (both by Michelr-each re­ ceived about 9% of the votes. Reinhold Schmidt (19%) . Dan Haber and Max B . Press apathy. namely. it is clear that we may expect to find cellular life.12 SAUCERS. Public apathy and conform­ ity.. The C ase for the UFO ( Jessup). No. Calvin's conservative calculations regards life based only on the carbon atom. was quoted by Die Rheinpf1az (published in Ludwigshafen) on his belief that UF01s are piloted by " supernatural forms of lifa who have observed earth for a long time. only �ne million years of the five billion.'' The father of modern rocketry went on to ex­ plain: " I call these creatures Ura. 6-WHAT NEWSPAPER IN .. Fry (12%) . Q. No.) DR.) SHORT SHOTS & • Q. . T. !lying Saucers Come from Another World (Guieu) and Flying Saucers Uncensored (Wilkins). Calvin observed. an­ nounced his intention to divorce the latter and devote fUll time to psychology and ESP. No.'' he ex­ plained. and Sp ce Probe (CSI New Zealand) and Saucer News each polled 5 (H ere Saucers had an unfair advante. HERMANN OBERTH. George Adamski (21. Signature of the fourth person is undecipherable. Dr. Fact or Fiction? (Miller) --14%. The poll itsel� was moderately successful. Daniel W. Miller.YOUR NEAREST METROPOLITAN AREA PUBLISHES THE MOST UFO NEWS: (Responses were insuf­ ficient to indicate any trends or to justify including the names of individual papers. 11/10.niden and believe they are intelligent beings. Ray Palmer ( 9. Aime Michel was next (18%) . chief engineer. Keyhoe were tied for first place (each receiving approx. Q. Gordon � Bud" Park. As of January 2nd. (Aviation Week.) John Otto has also supplied four names of persons on the staff of WBRB who had examined the tape recording immediately after the interview had terminated. Ruppelt and Donald E. Oberth was also said to have stated that the most exciting scientific advances in the next 25 years will concern the human brain rather than space exploration. Winter 1 958/59 N�wS NOTES were tied with 14% each. They are: John E. Keyhoe ( 76%). "which conceivably we can imagine." Dr. Q. We wish to express our special thanks to those of you who so help fully responded to this survey. disc jockey.EXTRA-TERRESTRIAL COMMUNICATION SHORT SHOTS further state.) SAUCERS. Ala. 5%) .. PROF. to return to his native Germany. Ray Stanford.. Miller ( 7%) . Few of our subscribers receive the bulk of other UFO periodicals.) Q. " & NEWS % • Q. Look Up (Stanford) . some 51% of those responding probably disbelieve all such claimants. ''This does not include such systems. and perhaps precellular life and posthuman life. Flying Saucers." In the last issue of SAUCERS. UNIVERSITY of California Chemist has prepared a fascinating study on non-terrestrial life ' entitled "Round Trip from Space.

Dr.4 mi­ crons) in the spectrum of the planet Mare. Conn. Koku Magazine.ffiER issue of Atlantic Monthly. Harlow books of especial interest: Shapley (#3. Chassin. 1958. hae been quoted as noting that science believes "there are hundreds of thousands of planets in the universe suitable for life. we will end up. you might be able to add some free books to your library. issue of Skr �dlata Polska. Astronomer Clyde W. Kridla Vlaski. or perhaps even anti-matter..50) is gaining momentum as one of the best books published to date on the UFO enigma.95). Fry. for we are offering special premiums for quantity subscriptions. John's Lutheran Church in Stamford. Donald H. such as silicon. !lying Saucers. by mistaking them for guided missiles of an enemy. ''We've got to go there-we can 1 t wait for them. to deduce that they do not exist. #3. has recently confirmed his own discovery of the infra-red absorption band (3. your choice of one of the following selections: The White Sande Incident by Daniel W." Mr. explains hie conviction that "canals'' are great surface fissures cre­ ated by impacts with large asteroids. Tombaugh discounts the pos�ibility of "intelligent beings" inhabiting Mars.jace Spodki") by Andrezej Trepka. Chinone is attempting to secure more information. Menzel (''The Astronomer's Stake in Outer "We have seen and veri­ Space") open-mindedly declared: fied the existence of the famous Martian canals.) FLYING SAUCERS AND THE S�GHr-Line Mystery by Aime Michel (Criterion Hooke: $4. reportedly told him of a UFO photographed by Russians in the ''wilderness of Siberia in 1957.'' ( AP. 11/7. READERS INTERESTED in the theoretical discussion of life on other planets should find two recently published Of Stare and Men by Dr. Alexander Darouv. This excellent sequel to Michel's The Truth About Flying Saucers principally covers the somewhat astounding Euro­ pean UFO activity during 1954. Five subscriptions: Free copies of both The Secret of the Saucers (Angelucci) and (Cont. HEAD of the Government's Advanced Research Projects Agency (ARPA). " For is we persist in refusing to recognize the existence of these unidentified objects. contains a two-page review on UFO's. Dempster ($3. Making multiple spectroscopic observations with the 200-inch Palomar tele­ scope. Noted Poet-Playwrite Jean Cocteau inspired the theme of the ·book: the discovery that many UFO re F orts seem to travel in a straight line (hence the title} when plotted on a map. ON SEPT. And Dr.50) and The Inhabited Universe by Kenneth Gat­ land and Derek D. one fine day. 11/17. 13. JOHNSON.00).2. And from Czechoslovakia comes another aviation magazine. if only to avoid the danger of global tragedy such as was revealed by the Soviet complaint to the Security Council recently. including one by Adamski (but none from behind the Iron Curtain).SHORT SHOTS & NEWS NOTES SHORT SHOTS & N�h'S NOTES elements.50 pp. with a half-page UFO article. including many semi-sub­ stantiated landing reports.14 SAUCERS. accompany the article ("Uwaga! Lata. or an attractive. Such worlds and such systems may very well exist.) . 18. The followine lists our gifts for the specified number of 6-issue (. 10/20. or nitrogen. Sinton-formerly of Harvard-has clearly found the presence of the absorption band-almost conclusively indicating the existence of organic life-in the Martian maria (dark areas) but not in desert regions.Fact or Fiction? by Max B.m. "It is the busi­ ness of governments to take a hand. Co-author Dempster is a noted aviation writer-now with BOAC-and the former Edi­ tor of Flyin�ucer Review. ROY W. and the worst will be upon us. Winter 1958/59 • i'lRITING IN THE NOVEI. 9/23." (UPI. M. or any four back issues of SAUCERS of your choice (see list on page 16). or either book listed above Qlus two back issues of your choice. where he is an elder. Four alleged UFO photographs. Lowell Observatory. B-13 reports that the Aug. Superb transla­ tion was by CSI of New York. Four subscriptions: A free copy of The Secret of the Saucers by Orfeo Angelucci (reg. He explained that ''the church will inevitably be involved" in future discussions of our conquest of apace and must become an "active participant" in man's search for his destiny in the universe. "Letajici Talire a Ti�by Miroslav Miler. Winter 1958/59 .50). Missiles and Rockets. Time. (Flying Saucers International can supply either or both of the above books for the prices listed. two unidentified weather observers for the Yonago. Dr. 12/15. Meteorological Observatory witnessed a luminous object bright as a comet [tiieteor17 with a ''bril­ liant trail'' at 6:10 p. Japan. but not scienti fie.00) subscriptions to be sent prepaid to Flying Saucers International: For two subscriptions. a Polish aviation periodical. Editor of the Japanese aviation maga­ zine. imported Flying Saucer-Ash Tray ($3. It was definitely not a comet or satellite since it clearly changed its course three times.ying Sau­ cers International has a supply of these books: �4.'' Johnson's opinions were directed to members of St.) The Director of ARPA has refused to elaborate on his discussion." (Yomiuri News. Another interesting item from beyond the Iron Curtain comes from Tomoe Chinone.) SAUCERS. postpaid. Sinton. But almost as important as the book is its brilliant Preface by General L. William M. Miller. If there is life on other planets.ring into the southwestern sky." And in an article in the January 1959 issue of Astronautics. It is conveni­ ent.) UFO NEWS REPORT (organ of the Flying Saucer Research Group in Japan) No. General Air De renee Coordinator for NATO. DO YOU KNOW ANY potentional subscribers to SAUCERS? If you �o.15 - . Three subscriptions: Six back issues. indicates that he intended no reference to UiO 1 a. The observers said the object ''changed its course three times and spent exactly 13 minutes in flight before disappea. 1958. '' General Chas­ ein warne.) (Cont. declared Johnson.'' Fl. a friend of his who is the clerk of the Soviet Embassy in Japan.

) The Director of ARPA has refused to elaborate on his discussion.) .jace Spodki") by Andrezej Trepka. ROY W. two unidentified weather observers for the Yonago. explains hie conviction that "canals'' are great surface fissures cre­ ated by impacts with large asteroids. or perhaps even anti-matter. Kridla Vlaski. for we are offering special premiums for quantity subscriptions. " For is we persist in refusing to recognize the existence of these unidentified objects.ring into the southwestern sky. Time. But almost as important as the book is its brilliant Preface by General L. or any four back issues of SAUCERS of your choice (see list on page 16). Making multiple spectroscopic observations with the 200-inch Palomar tele­ scope.ying Sau­ cers International has a supply of these books: �4. Meteorological Observatory witnessed a luminous object bright as a comet [tiieteor17 with a ''bril­ liant trail'' at 6:10 p. The observers said the object ''changed its course three times and spent exactly 13 minutes in flight before disappea. indicates that he intended no reference to UiO 1 a. Five subscriptions: Free copies of both The Secret of the Saucers (Angelucci) and (Cont. contains a two-page review on UFO's. reportedly told him of a UFO photographed by Russians in the ''wilderness of Siberia in 1957. ON SEPT. has recently confirmed his own discovery of the infra-red absorption band (3. JOHNSON." Mr. including one by Adamski (but none from behind the Iron Curtain). (Flying Saucers International can supply either or both of the above books for the prices listed. HEAD of the Government's Advanced Research Projects Agency (ARPA).m.00) subscriptions to be sent prepaid to Flying Saucers International: For two subscriptions. by mistaking them for guided missiles of an enemy. If there is life on other planets. Three subscriptions: Six back issues. such as silicon. Alexander Darouv. And Dr.15 - . Another interesting item from beyond the Iron Curtain comes from Tomoe Chinone.ffiER issue of Atlantic Monthly.2. Chassin.50) and The Inhabited Universe by Kenneth Gat­ land and Derek D. or an attractive. postpaid. accompany the article ("Uwaga! Lata. but not scienti fie. Astronomer Clyde W. a Polish aviation periodical.14 SAUCERS. He explained that ''the church will inevitably be involved" in future discussions of our conquest of apace and must become an "active participant" in man's search for his destiny in the universe.00).50 pp." (UPI. ''We've got to go there-we can 1 t wait for them.'' ( AP. Miller. It is conveni­ ent. DO YOU KNOW ANY potentional subscribers to SAUCERS? If you �o. if only to avoid the danger of global tragedy such as was revealed by the Soviet complaint to the Security Council recently. 11/7. 11/17.'' Johnson's opinions were directed to members of St. Co-author Dempster is a noted aviation writer-now with BOAC-and the former Edi­ tor of Flyin�ucer Review. Menzel (''The Astronomer's Stake in Outer "We have seen and veri­ Space") open-mindedly declared: fied the existence of the famous Martian canals. 1958. M. Such worlds and such systems may very well exist. you might be able to add some free books to your library.Fact or Fiction? by Max B. Editor of the Japanese aviation maga­ zine. including many semi-sub­ stantiated landing reports. Sinton. Four alleged UFO photographs. issue of Skr �dlata Polska. Tombaugh discounts the pos�ibility of "intelligent beings" inhabiting Mars. one fine day.SHORT SHOTS & NEWS NOTES SHORT SHOTS & N�h'S NOTES elements. "It is the busi­ ness of governments to take a hand.50). Winter 1958/59 .) SAUCERS. And from Czechoslovakia comes another aviation magazine.) FLYING SAUCERS AND THE S�GHr-Line Mystery by Aime Michel (Criterion Hooke: $4.95). #3. Dr. 13. Superb transla­ tion was by CSI of New York.50) is gaining momentum as one of the best books published to date on the UFO enigma. Chinone is attempting to secure more information. !lying Saucers. 12/15. It was definitely not a comet or satellite since it clearly changed its course three times. Harlow books of especial interest: Shapley (#3. Fry. General Air De renee Coordinator for NATO. Winter 1958/59 • i'lRITING IN THE NOVEI. B-13 reports that the Aug. 10/20. 9/23. Dr. and the worst will be upon us.'' Fl. or either book listed above Qlus two back issues of your choice. Missiles and Rockets. Four subscriptions: A free copy of The Secret of the Saucers by Orfeo Angelucci (reg. 18. hae been quoted as noting that science believes "there are hundreds of thousands of planets in the universe suitable for life. with a half-page UFO article.4 mi­ crons) in the spectrum of the planet Mare. Noted Poet-Playwrite Jean Cocteau inspired the theme of the ·book: the discovery that many UFO re F orts seem to travel in a straight line (hence the title} when plotted on a map.. John's Lutheran Church in Stamford. READERS INTERESTED in the theoretical discussion of life on other planets should find two recently published Of Stare and Men by Dr. to deduce that they do not exist. 1958." And in an article in the January 1959 issue of Astronautics. declared Johnson. where he is an elder. Lowell Observatory. Dempster ($3. Conn. This excellent sequel to Michel's The Truth About Flying Saucers principally covers the somewhat astounding Euro­ pean UFO activity during 1954. Donald H.) (Cont. imported Flying Saucer-Ash Tray ($3. The followine lists our gifts for the specified number of 6-issue (. we will end up. a friend of his who is the clerk of the Soviet Embassy in Japan. Japan. your choice of one of the following selections: The White Sande Incident by Daniel W. "Letajici Talire a Ti�by Miroslav Miler. William M. '' General Chas­ ein warne. or nitrogen. Koku Magazine." (Yomiuri News.) UFO NEWS REPORT (organ of the Flying Saucer Research Group in Japan) No. Sinton-formerly of Harvard-has clearly found the presence of the absorption band-almost conclusively indicating the existence of organic life-in the Martian maria (dark areas) but not in desert regions.

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