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Au,stralian Reaiew
JULY, 1961 No. 5

EDTTORTA],

Mo m ent ous even ts h ave t ak en plac e t his y ear ' - Russia and America have launched
n: e n i n to slrace . Man ne d roc k et s v r il- l- c er t ainly travel towards Venus and Mars.

I s there life on tliese wor l- ds ? Som e s c ient is t s answer 1n the a-if irroetive.
Tf ri s i s sue o ffers a n in pr es s iv e ar t ic le by an ast r o n o n e r - Dr. F. Siegel entitl-ed
r rT n t c l lioprlo
,'n Mars?rr. He c l- aim s t he m oons of M a r s a r e h u g e s p a c e p l a t f o r m s
n,r n r i n , r niazl 4v vvs
nnl
v!!J
rr
on e h un dr ed y ear s agc .

f t is nec e ssar;; to ha v e a high t ec hnology to put up arti-ficial satellltes


fiv e cr ten ro iles in dia m et er . Abov e aI I , t he e n g i n e e l s of Mars must have had
su p e ri or intellig en ce .

f f t.nere is a h igh er f or m of c lv ilis at ion on M a r s i t r s logj-cal- to think that


un e x p l ained sigh ting s o f "f ly ing s auc er s " c ould b e v i s i - t o r s from that planet.

I t is naive to th ink t hat ev er y light in t he s I r y i s a g u e s t f r o n t h e c o s m o s .


On t h e other h an d, over-sc ept ic is m f r or n s c ient is t s can place some in an awkward
po s i t i on.

I n January, 1 95 '7 Ast.r : onom er - Rc y aI Sir Ric lLar d. Wo o l l e l s t a t e d t h a t 'r s p a c e t r a v e L


wa s u t ter bilge ". Is his f ac e r ed t oday af t er th e s p a c e t r i p s c.,f Gagarin and
Sheppard ?

Pl a n etar; p rob es viilf m os t lik eI y c c nf ir r n t he existence of intelligent beings


on c t h e r w orld s.

I t is not ou r faces whic h will t ur n r ed one d a y b u t those of tinid scientists


an d a n ogant officlals who ar e out of s t ep wit h r e a l i t y .

R e v lew of UFO n ews in Aus t r al- ia has alnay s be e n t h e a i n o f this ma6azine.


Un t i l lately n oth ing e xci- t ing has t ak en plac e in t h i s c o u n t r y - hence the ctelay
in t h e publica tion of th is ls s ue.
' V e are now ple ased to pr es ent - a UFO phoio a n d s k e t c h f r 'o n N e w S o u t h Wa l - e s ,
anot h e r snap from Qu ee ns land as v r ell as a c om ple t e s t o r y o f a n a l l e g e d landing
of a n yst ery craft n ea r Albur y , N. S. W .

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And rew P.To m as , 221 Bay St . , Br ight o n - l e - S a n d s , N . S . W.
Carl Ieh na rus , , 6J St oneleigh St . , Al b i o n , Brisbane, eueensland
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::: -,'elrus and Mars .

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--!u ulreu prorlsu.

,Alti- cl;' s .L u tp r e *q sion of a r:;vr,terJz craf b treat, nl bury


fr' om th e co sn os.
:-s : s ' ) -f e in a n awkward

:,f
tl-atrlsnzne
C.tonr,i n and
tn:r,cI UFOtAlIIDIlIG?
j
"Albur y Ror der M o r n i n g l M a i l " f e a t i r r e d a 1 r r 'u v o k i n g a r t l c l e o n 1 5 i h M a r ch ,1 9 6 1
3 intpllioant hainoq ent i. t Led ' r s , AWilP A c E s i : r P H E R ! . i ? " r r h i c h i s r 'e , o r 'o d u c e d b e l o w . in ve sti 6 e ti n g
t eam o. ll t he Sus t r a l i a n F l , Y I I {G S l i U C E p .R e v i e w c o m p o s e d o f P e t e r^ n No r l i s ( Vi cto -
r ia Co- Edit or ) , r : o L i n M c C a r t h y , P e t e c T h o : o a s , C l c o f f R '. r r l p f c n d F ay M o u n tfcr d
: :::f timid scie ntists ex am ined t he s it e of che alleged l a n o i n g r : , f m y s t *r y c r a f t a r r o . l r ,e sb i cn e d b h e
wit nes s es . .
:hi q m4Jz7ina

- honno tha ci alqw Did. a s pac e s hip l a n d n e a r A l b u r y l a s t F r i d a y ? This question, w h i ch w o u l d b e


s c of f ed at by t he a v e r a g e c i t i z e n , was seriously p o s e d b y a w e l f - k l ow n p r o fe s-
- --- *ay.
<i n n r l mon rraciard

j-:^ New S o uth Wa les,


: : : : - : . 1 leged lan d in g The m an v r ho is n o n - c o m m i t t a l - about the possibility, is convinced he and hls
s on s aw an inex plic a b l e phenomenon. H e i s l \ t l r . F . R e y n o l d s o f Y o u n g Str e e tr AL Yu r y.
illr . Rey nolds s aid i t w a s u s u a l p r a c t l c e to take his 1l-year o l d s o n L l o yd a w a y
f or s t udy ev er y s ec o n d w e e k e n d . A l t h o u g h t h e y u s u a l l y w e n t t o t h e H u m e Vy'e j - r
c anping r es er v e, they decided to go to Bowna.

t: : : n e , Y ic t o ria Af t er I c : v i ns A r l ^ " - . ' o f A Z / '\ n - lhev ami ved nt


u ra e J qta their d e S t i n a t i On a S d r r Sk
.:s . N . S . W. f elf and c anped I O O y a r d s f r o m t h e w e i r . I 'A b o u t 8 . 4 5 p . m . w e d e c i d e d to h a ve
s: a r e , Queenslan d s upper ", M r . Rey nol d s s a i d .
.)= fct 4 issue s.
SAW STRANGESIGHT
1: F,tsLICNTION. "I went out s ide and saw a strange sight on the edge of the w a t e r. .At fi r st
r t hought it was a c a m p b u t w o n d e r e d h o w t h e p e o p l e o c c u p y i n g i t c ou fd h a ve
pas s ed our c ar av an w i t h o u t hearing them."
"T he camp a pp ea red t o be a lar ' ge c ar av an w i t h f o u r w i n d o w s v u l t h a r e d l i - g h t
n e a rby. A fire on rh e r - ight ot t he c ar av an w a s v i s i b f e . Atout four persons
s e e ned to b e rn oving v er y quic k ly bet ween t he f l r e a n d t h e 'c a t a v a n 'o n the
I a f trr t
V
!r4 n . Re vn o
r r vJ l
4r vts d .S Said. .

"I had a l-o ok th rou gh m y b r noc ular s and wa s s . r r p r i s e d to see the w , r ol e u n i t ,


+ L^+ ia ao r ot r on n^n linL* Cina t ny^'yAu2Jn fn m n r r ovu q i d a u tq w q in r ianlrino mrnnarll
ulldL L5 ud a' dv oLt ) vu rf6rlu d^ n
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u1 f rf st u Jr u Ew d J Jsf
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FLAIVIENOT CONSTANT
"T he flame was n ot c ons t ant . I t wouf d f lar e up, showing someone standing
n e a r it and the n d .1e down again t o af m os t not h i n g b e f o r e f l a r i n g up agaln,rl
M r . R evnolds re fate d.

He fooked again ar 9.3O p.n.


hr r - rrrq s r r r nr i to See the
!s+yt4!vY
"cd
"caravan" and its "occupants" nad
d i cr n n o r n o r l

r r Tn t h c m n r n i n s We V i S j t e d . t l r e
area and found a mud flat wlth no
lnlq ral m:rkinps no trace of
"nd
the fire," [h. Reynolds salo.-
Irp ovn-ri ned that, the mud w aS
vci J ! d fl u
I "^u l rf
vvu nave feft
-uI
.q.
i rr' i .'r q Fe I =1- I de.i Oed tO
advertise ir tlLe "Mail" to see if
o '. n r r r e . l J e r s h a d s e : n a n y t h i n 5
u n i s r ? L c n F r 'i d a y n i g h t .

OT]]ERS S,4JI STRA}IGE THINGS


A Barnawartl:a resioent Mrs.D.
,Ande::sr:n told hirn that before
10 p. n. she saw a yelLolv type of
1i o . .* . i e e r nv ec aaSt
Actua. - po s i t i o n where UF O wi,c se e n sta j- d in g tow ar d
Beechwortn. She had never seen
ti t- ^ t+
d- -r.,+L
l J i '^ .u u f 116 1l^g r u .

O t her comments were:


O t{ rs . la w, -a L Lai^
ngat La: lr om e t ir ne af t er dark I srw ' very Lright light,
whie h :l 1 .? n a d ]' .\l:' ' r r i- ha LnOUnt ai nS tO nar OS the eaSt.
^n^'

O lV Irs. 'Vo od co ck, ' , nes t Albur y : About 9. 25 p . n . I s a ''e a p e c L r l i a r light like
f ine ra in con ing down r , ihic h c hanged f r om r e d t o p i n k , and then faded arrvay
- it see .ne d to m ov e along t ollar d Beec hw o r t h .

0 litr.'V. Bu r'nsr',Vangar ' at t a: I bout ' 1 O p, m . I s a w a n u n u s u a l pink iight in a


narro v/ be an wh ic h s eem ed t o ex t end out f o r s o n e m i l e s .

O I V ir . E. Sta ff , ? W odor r 6a I . E. C. wor k e. r r e n g r h e ''M a i I " I a s t n i g h t t o s a y


he h ad . se en an objec t in t he s k y v J hic h c h a n g e d c o l o r 's a b o u t r . J 0 p . m .
rracf an io,, T+- . r i k e t na t o f a s m a l - L c l o u o b u L r n o v e d
- ^- 6-
rapjd lJ towa ro Beec hwor ' t h enjt t lng jet - L l , ( e flares.

Fallen t r ee b eh ind w hic h


U F O w as sig hte d. Jn v es t i-
g atin6 t ea m o n spo t.
Orrl inp nF nf ipnl qr rrpr-

i m posed.
.AIRFI|RGE
WHITEWAS
7

REPORTS t|F
SKYI|BJEGTS'
THE AIR FORCEwas trying to whitewash
his report of flying objects in ttre sky above
Gressy in October, the Rev. Lionel Bnowning
said yesterday.
"lf I yos osked to keep quiet in the interests of notionol
security I would, but if the oir force is trying to moke me oppeor
--
o fool in order to hush the mo?ter up, it is sheer stupidity."

T he r ep ort ma ke s 1t obv ious t hat t he Air F o r c e h a : i s o m e t h i n g t o h i d e ', r h e s a i d .


M r . B rown ing wa s com nent ing on an Air For c e T n t e l - L - i g e n c e r e i r r r t )i an LnvesLi6a-
tion lnto th e sign tin5 of t ly ing obgec t s abo v u C r e s s y a t . o u t , , . n r , on October r,
1 960. Th e re trort s aio t hat t he s i6hr ings w e r e 'i , h - n ) n e n a a s J r e s u 't oI a moon
r i se assoclate d with net er eolos , lc a] c ondit ion s a t t h e t i m e 'l

l\ilr. Bro wnin g said . "t he r epor t js an at t em p t t o c o m p l e t e l y whitewash tne natter.


I shall atte mpt to d o s om et hing about it . ' l He hrd relirhlc np^nla rn l^anlz hic
r e p ort an d th e Air F or c e k new t he people and t h e i r scories. "A woman ano her'
d aught er sa w a cig ar- s haped ot jec t f ly ing ab o u t J O O f e e t a b o v e L h e g r o u n d a t o u t
4 . 1O p.m. 10 d ays a ft er I s aw t he f ly ing ot je c t s . It was not reported in the press
b ecause the fan ily d id not want t he public it y , t,ut the Air Force investigators
s pent con sj,d era bL e tim e wlt h t he wom an and h e r d a u g h t e r . "

Mr- Rrn w n i n p s:i d Lhe Wom an anO her oq.r phfar hz o 'o r e- enac t u 1.he
u rr! s i - r +i
! _ b rru
rr
r1 1 6
r ^-
I ur

i n vestigators. Afte r t he inv eSt igat ion t he w o r n a n a n d c a r g h t e r wer.e LoLo nct to


t a Lk ai: out wha t th ey had s een, he s ajd. ' r An o t h e y w e r e t o L o o f a s i m i L a r . s t r a n g e
qiohtin o in r ha II Q l.ct vJrn u,hah +h ? . ^ ^ i^ +^ ',,^ h ^ s j . r r 1 u !r r L
r^
o ri ^ n ves Llgrate and
r '^ - r i

L he strange cra ft oisappear ed as jf inr o t hin a i r : , 'r h e s a . j o .


.COVERING I]PI
Mr. Bro wnin g said t hat t he s ight ir , g by t h e w o n a n a n o d a u g h l e r l a c x e r up njs
s t ory. . "Obviou sL y the . Alr For c e is c ov er ing up, otherwise the investigetors
w o uld not h ave impre s s ed or . t i. e wom an ano da u 6 h t e r n o t t o s a ; r n y t h i r g , " he saiu.
' J\tr, Brown ing o esc r it ed t i' e Air For c e ex pla n a t l o n of his sight_ing as r.itricuf cus
T he D ireCtOrate o f A ir For c e I nt ellipenc
u v r re
\ 'v
e n n r . + s p i , i - r r o n O c t o l ^ p r zr t''r . 1 c ) 6 i ] m o O n
ra !.Pv4
nica /frrll
^1, . r + 6. \ Lww../ d- +u u lc!jJJ
a-.^. wu u r u td
h a ve b e en vi ci i :-Le shortl y al ter 5 p.m. on an
aocr -eLn..fl-, 6. dt . linec l .inn j-
uab - i u r L r l - ezsL u l ----r- - .. Oj^icnt< ! rr\ntna.hlv
eyFe ca a yr r i r a "^ ..,; .i .
ner ir h.he
o
scl k,,t;'l i ne in ar r
- - _- ..,J fe
e asterly d jreci, jc,n . The l, t . es enc e ol s c uo t y ; ; . : c l o u , i n c '; i n g i n v r r J i n g o i i 'e c t i o n s
b ecause o f t,url:u len ce i, n anc 1 ar ound a r ain s q u a l l near whi,ch the ot;ects were
s l ghbeo an cl the po sition of t he m oon or jt s reflections proclucerl the imoreseion
r' f f lrin o nl- i, nf c rl

Mr' . Brov'nln g s:io t hat bhe ; nv es t igat or * = sgrent 1 f hours with hin and not once
a s ked abo ut clou os. He s aic t t he ex pls n; : t ic n oid nob holct up. "Lt nc tine was there
' l l oud or scu d wh en I s aw t he ob jec t s r ' r he G a i r l . 'r T h e r n o u n t a j - n n a s n , l t t h e b a c k -
d rnn rr' u'l'r'r r ""'.
* 'vF vv The r ain c lear et l i- n. f r ont of us althous,h it was stilL r:aininq
n e:.r ' : he ino un tai-rts. f s r r w t Le obJ e c t s i[ t he s k y w h e r e t h e r : w a s n o 1 . a i n a n d t h e
t ' ain ne:rr the rno un taj- ns pr ov ided t he bac k dr oo . , '
tf

Mr' . B lownin g disiaiss ed t he Air Fo: : c e' s r epor : t o f t h e m o o n o r i t s r e f l e c u r o n s


i ; e i n g ihc cau se r;f tlL e s iglr t ings . "The m oon w : r s n o t a b o v e t h - - n o u n t a l l s .rnd anJ
_ r. e f 'lecLicns rvo L.il
<i ha ve liat l t o { r of lpet e v r lt h a g J - o r i o L r s e u n s e t . It v.ras bhe surrset
'u v h i c h c:iuseo me to loo k out t he nindor v i. n t he f i r : s t
1 ; l a c e , 'r h e s a i d .
CONTRN ],]ICTORY
Ml Br owning s ; : id t h a t t h e
r epc r t c u: . t r adic t ed a fetter
i, v r it t en t o I , . [ r ' . Dut hi- e, l '{. H . R . i n
ins we. r t o a ques t iou asked i n
Par llam ent by l, { r . Dut hie .

The le t t er r v r it t en b y t h e
ilr .i ni c+r r f /.n /[.]r .. O SbO r ne
^; - \ )
s aid t hat when na5ulal phenomena
Th i s is wh at Re v.Bro wn- ^ ^ . , 1 ; i^i u^u! g^ . . -
.r^i gighf
inoc
__o_- ,n
"Only .,iuon rellections
Prdt! I
1n g saw . inv es t iget ior was or der e d . s a;t s tire A ir: Forc e .
r rw hy bh en dici the y inv t - - s i, igat e, ny r epor t ?" l , {r '. B r o v ; n l n g a s k e d . . H e s a i d t h a t
h e w culd t::'y to c3 :'ry t he nat t er f ur t her . Ther e w a s f l t t l e he could do exceol
point o,rt th e f aila cie s 1n t he r ellor t .

He s: rj.ti th at the Vic t or ' ian Fly ing Sau: er Re s e a r c h S o c i e t . y w a s i n t e r e s t e d . in


t h e case' The p res:.cL ent ( M r ' . Pet er Nor r ls ) -t]re
had i n t e r v i e w e d woman anj her
da u g ht er a nd h inself, he s aid.

Mr: . B rownilg rs rep or t of f ly ing objec t s c au s e d a s e n s a t i o n last year. His rvife


al-s ; o reporteci see ing a c igar - s haped f ly ing ob je c t a n d f i , r e o r six siucer-sh: nert
ot ; e c ts-.

At t lte time h e said t hat unt il t he s ight ing he hao been sceptical aboub flying
o b j e c t reports . M'r. a nd M r : s,, Br : owning wat c hed t h e r r r o o t h e r s h i ! ', a n d i t s
" a t t 'e n - "
da n t s " for son e mln ute s bef or e t hey dis appear ed in a rain squail.
tlfE EXAMINER, lorsrd.r, Arril 22, 1961

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Pieture of skyobie ei
EXPERTS "strange Other

Mcclelland's
Deople
seen tlre oblect we$e I\iIt.

and Mr. end Mr$ Ii. Jme!,


ol Cralg Str6t,
wile,
to have

Goulbm.
Pan,

Mr. rr?cclcltand. rh6

PUTTLED Flying l.LEc


tErlcnd
emcthhg
brotDcB

sld thc obrcct ru


pilot!,
ol s|tcnfl.

nlt V not thG lrDdtrt


m
tDon
cr.

Ec
ilctl-

I
I CA NB E RRA,
0biect" |lahis ol rn rctoDlrtrc,
Dot ws lt a rlr!.
IIe firsD sw Ur ffie
iect, or m identl@l
over a year ago, when h
ob-
m,

A Goulburn mon ilas livlng m Lagmn Stret,


l Tuegdoy. - A IHE PICTURE THE P H O T OGRAPHER who sow fho slrsng! foulbum.
TOOK.
I photogroph of o
He ws hmging oui sme
flying obiecr roportd wshing at nlght when he
I stronge obiect seen F'RSTSETN What lhe picture shoacd
caused amazmcnt iD sictr-
by Gundogoi ond sw
tight"
'.r ball with I white
diving toward tlp
lglowing with bluish AT 4.M A.M. tific circlcs. Conbcrro peoplc, hor earih. "It cme dom to
been rtudying thc ob- about 2000 or 3000 !eet," he
ll:ght in the night Astronomcn 8t Mt.
vm
Kltrg rnd hb cFbs&
rcrc srprisd thrl iect for 12 rnonths. said, "and theD started
Stromlo Obscnalory bav
lsky necr Gundogoi oot bccn ablc to $lvc the thc pritrt shotcd ltr..
sh@tlng upward. My land-
lady (Mrs. A. Lltrehm)
lhe man ls Ken McClel-
I t h ic veek, h os mysrery. eprnac glorhg mr6b
land. ot BradlordvlUe. who was Detrified,"
of tbc slnngGi shrpcs'
Tbc straogc obicct was lsst $w the object lste last sl;ce illen Mr- Mcclel-
lostronomrs Puz- rcn ou May 7, wbcn King
Dd ma lbc r.grla rb.pc Feek. land has l@ked Jor the ob-
lhcy nw. A Canbem student t@k iect alm6t eYery ni8trt. IIe
and thc otber four wcte rc-
lzled. turning to H.M,A.S. Har:
However, tbe Drofessional r photograph ol tlre objest iBid he someilmes saw it
I Tne photwaqher man, ncar Canbcrra. from
photographer - well-[nown tst week, but a prolesr twte
tims
a wek, but sme-
he dld not *: it for
cmmercially in Canberra- wN mble to ldentily lt.
luas among o partg ol Mclbournc. - cxamined the negative under Mr. Mcleu8nd, who ls two or three weks nm-
lfioe uho kept the ob- All arc itationcd ar tbe a powerful micrwopc. not tlre only Goulbm resl- ntng, It always travelled
north to sth.
oaval establishment.
ljeet in aiew for more Thc shape reported by dent to haYe sen the my8-
tery obJect, aid it wN En During his obserotioN
I than two hours. Kitrg $id ab.y ffrsl rt tbc five-gtrerally circular, he had sen t}le object be-
tlc glow rl 420 rm., with a "nose" ffect pointitrg irldercent whit, exuding
"a green EIpu light with tween 9.30 p.m. sd about
I lt on" rtagr thc obiccl whcD l||ey wcrc rboul lO earthward - tbeo became. a punltslr tlDge lrom the l1 p.m.
lrlowly cctipcd ovcr four' mllc6 trem Gundrgri oD visibl. resr."
_
| fifih! of il! ,rc! $ if r lbe YK Ro.d. "Therc's no mistakeabout The shape ol the object Goulburn press
lstlaight blrck curtain war Hc last saw it at 6.25a.m. tha - it is there on lhe wss hard to defbe s lt rennrf nf cemo
ldram acrw, thcy rcpottcd. bforc th.y rcacled Can- 61m," the photographersaid. ws flylna betwen about
I Naval ratinS Stcphcn bcrra. Assistant N.S.W- Cov- 30,0001t. aDd {0,000ft., hc oD Ject.
I Kin& elcctrical mcchanic' crmnt Astronomer, Mr sld.
Itol a four-minulc cxPosurc
lshot witb r hiSh{ualitY
scrENrrsrs Robcrtson, vid. aftcr hav-
ing rcn tbc Dboto8nph:
I camcta. AMAZED -l doo'tt rDow
"l ooo whal !I
I(Dow wDar it I
| 'lt rx ffvc llmr s King sid hc did not rc- could bc.
I bdghr a rDy tlrt" hc port he had takcn thc photG I
I rld l.lci graph bccausehc thougbt it "I can't cxplain it et all,'|
I Mcmbcrs of thc obscrying would not bc takcn sriou& bc added.
I
I psrty rgred uosnimouily ly.
Ithat what thcy sw wa! not Hc t@k thc negativcto a
I a planet, lhc m@& D professionalpbotograpbcrin
I wcatbcr ballmn or ! Canbcrra, who madc I
print. an unittentifiecl object observed in the sly at Cairn!
l'tt@ging" 8ircraft. 'TIIE IIIIIIG,'
ri ff.gO r.-. on Wednesday, is ghown in this untouched photogmph,
The Sun, , Moy 30, 196l
taken by Mr. J. Sheward through a 4in' telecope'

"The thlnd' ls shom


In rclatlon to thc plrnet
Vcns.
Flve Dcoplc who
dll.r ob$red tha ob-
J@t th.ough thc hlG-
$otE d.rcribcd li $ "u
oYal-sh&ped body alow-
lnt bright rcd, wtttr
thr shlnlng whlt td-
ululer flns."
They kcpt lt unilcr ob-
sF.tlon lor about 20
mlnut6. u.l srltl thrt rt
tim6 tt rppercd to bc
rbout llr tlE6 lrflcr
thm Vmw
Scvd.l DcoDlG fhp
sw "Thc ihln3" wlth
tltc nrkad cyc.
fhc phototnph ru
lrhcn Flih 5 x {tL sDcl
cnDhlc mcrl rt u
exo&un of U60th s
Ari omrc llltcr sE
ulcd lo hclghldr thr
cuirut ln thc sly.

TH: COUIIIR.MAIL JUNI 9 196I


'IIDAY
o.

={*H

A compositephotoglaph lAtrgr-rstr7:, tgz4. showing Mars and tlre two satellitcs.

IIITETLIGEI{CE
Oil TTARS
I
Th e aut hor of th ir;
fea t ur e - Dl. t r ' elix Siegel (Zee-gel), a prominent Moscow
aqf rnnnma r c f qf a^ in t he pr es s in 1959 t hat p e o p l e , f r c n o t h e r w o r l d s m i g h t
b e making fligh ts in to s pac e. f n t his abr idge d a r t i c l e he clains that t6e
s a t e llites of }ilar.s..ar e er t if ic ial, bullt only 1 0 C y e a r s a g o . r 'T h e M a r t i a n s
hrrro nnf rrqr.i chrrl
" h e s ay s .

I t is now g en era lly c onc eoed l, hat t he m agor i t y of Soviet as well as overseas
s c i e n ti-sts ackn owle dg e t he ques t ion of lif e on M a r s t o t . e a n i m p o r t a n t scientific
p r o i : l em. fn th e op inio n of t he c elebr at ed. Sov i e t r e s e a r c h e r on the planets -
a c a d emician N.P. Ba rab as hov , lr we hav e no r eas on s t o d e n y t h e p o s s i b i l i t y of in-
te l l i g e nt l-ife o n th e p- Lanet whic h obv ious l r ha s v e g e t a t l - o n . " Simi-Lar vlews
a r e also he lo b y th e top Sov iet planet o- Logis t s - V.V.Sharonov and H.H.Sitinskaya.

T o rnake it p ossib le t o ois c ov er Lhe "agr ic uLt. . r r a I activity" of the Martians


th e famous f o un oe r o f a s t r olio. Logy - G . A. Tii< ho v , w h o o i e d e a r l y in 1960, hao
s u g g e st eo va riou s j-n ge nious m et hods . Am ong t he a o h e r e n t s to the theory of Iife
on Mars we co uld a dd the nam e, f or ' ex am ple, of s o a u t h o r i t a t i v e a researcher as
S l i p h er. Th e p rob len p os ed in r he c apt ion of t h i s a r t i c - L e c o n s e q u e n t L y d o e s
exist.

F r o m P r.inar .y CeIl-s to Trfcllioanh


::-a:-__-:g
Reinoe

L i J' e has a rema rka ]:1e pr ' uper t y . Af t er appea f i r g , it struggles lor its exis-
t e n c e wit h. an extr'ao r"d inar y t enac it y . I n t his lulti-mjfIion year stt.uggle living
o r g a nisns al.e g rad .ua Lly ev olv ed ano per f ec t ed te c o m i n 6 n o r e a n d m o , r - . ei n v u l n e r 'a b l e
t o t he onslaug ht o f th e env ir or r m ent ,

W itir rLo co s.rlc ca be c ly s m s t his t r ium pir ant m a r c h o f L i f e m L l r r t , s o o n e t 'o r Later,


fe a d to. . t he a-l)p ea ran ce of it s s uper io: : f or m s - t h o s e o f t h i n k i n g , ratior:al- be-
ir,Bg. " I f org an ic fife is giv c nr " wr ot e F. Eng : l s , "such must evolve thr.ough
ev o l rrticn of g en era tion s t o t he s t ) ec ies of t hinl : i n g beirrgs. "

Tl ere is org an ic l-ife on M ar s . Pes ealc hes of G . A . T i k h o v and his pupils have
con v i ncingly oe rno nstrate d. t hat t he opt ic al pr op e r t i e s of Martian "seai" closefy
rese' oble tho se pf ant s
7.
of e er t h
I iriinp in a se rre n p Cfimate.
l L 1" 916-18 Ame rica n as t r onom er
S int on s ucce ed ed in dis c ov er . -
' i ns i n th e snr.r:
-rtm O f t he M aI - o S E
f i en'caoo ro}- cr,r-*;
on lines col0_
L on t o org an ic n ol-e c ules .

Could it be th en t hat Lif e


o n Mars is lin iteo to 1t s 1ow-
e.f lnnrnq s rr.l r as l.ichens and.
t
uqvl: Ltr
CANAIS
t he like ? ff we ta k e t his v lei, ' , r
t hen it fo llows tha t af t er 1t s
a p pearance cn I\lars, lif e c ouf d
l . r' odrJce t.ut th e l:o sf pl' i. nit iv e
f orns .

If t here were in tef J - i- gent s. E S


le ii p s n re rri n rrsl \z On l/lals who
h ave since oie d ou t leav i- ns no
t races o f the ir existenc er v r oulo
nnl- l-h i q r ca ho
u! !nuaP u snr e
rrd i o fu vov d
' r am ' i
hv ihe eyrreri ence ofl manki no rlni nh or^v,q qt nnnrror rnn s tr ons er i n l :he sf r .r uol e
w it h N atu re rs fo rce s ?

f t fo -L1 ows th at a s im ilar o. es t ix y nay s om e d a y b e o u r s , a n d n a n k i n d c o u l d .


p erish like the extinc t pr ehis t or ic r ept il- es . Wh a t a l a c k o f f a i t h in the pou/er
o f t he min d ilru st ha v e t hos e who s uppor t t hos e 1 'e s s i m i s t i - c v l e w s , i Wh a t a s a d ,
J ' ut.ure the y pa int to uanx jnd alr eady ener ding v i c t o r i o u s l y into space before our
rran rr arra c I

A ll tru ly Eirea t sc ient is t s hav e been ano s t l l l are "incorrigihle optimists".


And amon g th ern , Tsio lk ov s x y ins pir ' ingr y wr ote t h a t " t h e g l o o m y v j - e w s o f s c i c n -
t l sts as to the ine v it at t f e end of all lif e on Earth...shouLd not have. in our
e ye s ilow, t he qualit ies of a b s o l u t e truth. The better par:t of
ma nk ind wiI f , in aI I lik elihoo o , never perish bub ligr:ate from
su n t o s un as t hey bur n out . S o t h e r e 1 s n o e n d t o l i f e . no end
to n lnd and m an' s ev olut ion. hog.ress is etelr,a L.I'

If e s pec ies of t L, ink ing heings had appeared on Mars 1n the


p ast, no hos t lle f or c es of N a t u r e c o u l d h a v e w i p e C i t o u t w i t h -
o ut a t r ac e. The M ar . t ians ' int e l l i g e n c e nust have won this bat-
tl-e wit h Nat ur e.

TRACES OF INTET,LIGENCE ON TilE PITAI|ET'S SURFACT


N ovr let u.s imag ine our s elv es in t he r o l e
o f a Mar.tian trying t o s olv e a c om plex pr oble m .
I S E A R T H .AIIVE? Do nr t s m lle. . . t his is r eally not
a simpfe pro ble ri even if t be lt ilar t ians hav e v e r y
p oi, r' erfuI te lesco p--s at t heir c is pos r l. pr ot ab l i
w e earthm e n wou fci be t oo s m all t o be s een dir e c -
tly. It L s p ossib fe t o be c onv inc ed of int elL i -
g ent life oa Ea rtn s r 1l- y inc ii t ec t ly - t h: . ough
e v idence o f a c1i,stin c t ly ar t if j_c ial or i, gin. But
s o far, facts are few.

Jt j s , n ly rhe sc as onal c hanp. es in t he v e g . e . -


t . r t i Je c overtrrg o f E ar t h ano t he oer ioolc r ce l . -
t j n g of the te rrcstlieL poI : r . c ep: uJ ht c h c ou f o
c l e ar-Ly b e ob se rr'led f r om M ar s . Seen - f r om s oa c e
o ur pl anet , a las,l ha s as y et a v er . y n3t ur al

i: Bf',,1: 5i"!o;fr3";i{"'ff;i ;.;i 3'S


r,T#'$. r' B,I "fi:l_
Hig hly na gnif ied, M ar t ian c anaf s are
ncdrrnpd tn nrtnhpq nf rrosef sti nn
R
-ways a nd raih va ys or anJ of t he m eny or n e r traces of +

Iffi+liil
fi*-Tffffi@
co n t'o v er s y

flrst
f or t h e Ma rti a n s ,r
T he re a le far: m or e t r ac es of int elligence
of the se ar e t he f auc us lv lar t ian c an a l - s .
on E arth ffi " g
from the equator.
for us to see on l\fiars, Anong the
cones

No one can deny the reallty of


these nyste lioits f or m at ions nowads y s . Te n s o r t r r o u s a n d s o f p h o t o g r a p h s
recold h un dr'e ds of t hes e c anals wilh all cf Mars
their *o o a " " r , - , r r e a t u r " s l - - 'd i r . u r . g , "
innurnera bre do ts of v eget at j- on s t r et c ir ing arong;;;;. _ shortest
a globe ' a re se en on t he M ar ' t ian s ur f ac el di-stances on
ftr.-iorr.rs"appear continuous througb
t elescop es o f med ium poller . . Howev er , t hes e c a n a l s u " e i 6 d . r r c e a
at mosp he ric con dltioni uo aoia-under good
ano high m agnif ic at i o n .
rt is re markab le t hat an ev en net wor k o f c a n a l s c o v e r s t h e
Mars' rt see ms to be c onnec t ed * it h entire surface of
t h". p o l a r caps-of Mars. -Even the rtafian
ast . rono mer Schia pa r elli, who ois c ov er eo th e n e t w o i t
at as a n irrig atlo n of canals in 18,//, regarded
s y s t em of t he l, { ar t ians. Hi"-iil"ory w a s }a t e r
substan tiate d b y t he Aner ic an as t r . ononer p . I o w e f l . oevefoped and

A t the pre se nt t - im e no ot her hy pot hes is exists


proper ties whlc.tr could explain a11 the
o f th e M ar t i- an c anals . - The wor d
refat ive ', c . : n a l " i s , o f ir, ,
sen se ' what we s ee i- q not t he o p e n a r t i f i c i a r " o r r " =" i - r a " o '
waterways similar to our
canals b ut o nly th e v eget at ion along t he - i n v i s i t i . - a r t e r 'i e s feeding it.
art eries co uld b "^ p1P9" br inglng These
wat er f r o m t h e r " r t i t r g polar caps of Mars to
alf th e co rne rs of t his or y ior iO .

D urin g sprin g, as one of t he s nov r . c aps m e f t s , a w a v e


the e ntire or greenery sweeps over
ca na r net wor k of t hat hem is pher - ;h;i.-";;ang
advanc ins frorn the pole v it alis es r s a *1 v i n ! . water
plant s a l o n g t h e i r t r .f r -c-iLa-l L c ] - a rw a t e r w a y ,
" canal" [e ts da rke r ac quir ing ) and. the -
a gr ienis h hue
O n Ea rth sprln g c om es f r om t he equat or .
poles towa rds the equet or whic h s ugges t s , . o *u i nHi oogw e v e r , o n M a r s i t n o v e s f r . o m t h e
is no na tura f definitely artiflciar. Ther.e
cau s e whic h would f oic e wat e r t o r u i i r o m
equator' tuartian poles to lne
rt is al s o c ur i- ous t hat t he dar k *u u u - " " u " i i n g
st op but co ntin ue s the equator ooes not
lnt o t he or pos lt e henis p h e r e ; i - M ; " . for a considerab_Ie dis_
tance' rt ca n o nl y be c onc lud' ed t hen, t ha t a n
provlded with so ne pum ping i, ns t a- Ll- at lons invisible system of waterwaJs is
which;;;;i; the entlre s u r f a c e o f M a 's
to be irrig ate d. ty t if e_giv ing wat er .
T he eq ua torla l r egion of M ar s is - a z one o f d r e a r y ,
reaches the se oa rts a r em ar k abJ - e phenom en o n arid deserts. trvhen sprang
occurs iegularly - the canars become
double'l rnste-a o. of one c un. r r - i* 5- - apliear running l-ike railway tracks. rt is a
not abf e fact tha t t win c anals ' ar e pr eient only ri ttr" most arid region of lilars
- t he e qu ato riaf z one. Tne c anals int er s ec t not only the Martian d.eserts but
the "se as" wh ich a r e v as t pat c hes v eget a t i o n .
A t the ir po ints of ent r y lnt o t he
peculiar - r "s eas , , - m a n y c a n a l s b r a n c h o u t , f o r m i n g
'rfo rksrt' Thes e "ior k s " ar e pos s in - r y n " e e d e J - i r a o " o u " t o t a k e m o r e
f rorn th e rlistricts. wit h gr eat "t l t , 's e a s , , , water
par' t s of th e p lan et wtrich-u""-ti." to the oesert
"r ioit y ,

ovaf or rou nd v eget at ion


"f gr , , oa s e s , 'c a n be observed at the points
canal- crossin qs. r t "! : s^gl
eem s t h; t t hes e, - f gr l3t r o n s play an amportant role rir the
of
canal Per haps it i; - iit u"u"in"t
'syste n' the large popuJ-ated centres
are concen tl'ate d. rt of Mar.tians
' ' oases" be co ne in di s t incist lnt er es t lng t o note t r r a t v r i t i t h e a r 'i v a - L o f l . u i n t e r
the
but a c iaik s pc _, t i n t h e i l cent"e= always r.enai;,rs visi-bl-e.
O ould t his be a l/ lar t ia n c l t y ? Anotl.rer: characterlatic 9.
f eat ur e in t he c anal sy s t e n s t r l k e s ttre eye.-rrr"-"J""i
net wor k appear s t o be u n i f o r m , de,rold ot Lny
der s or div r s ions . pr iv a t e o w n e r s h i p m u s t h L v e" r i ibr "e"e. In- t ou"n_k 'o l r ; n
t o t he. beings wbo c ons t r u c t e d it. T i r e i v r a r t i a n s , " i " a *" " o""
har m onious f ar nily agai n s t the hostile forces of Nature.
s y s t em , w l t h o u t a doubt, bears the stamp of
.lnc
. . _Tl+
e r r:r genc
: ul:el
on t he f a c e o f M a r s , l

THE IRTTFToIAL SITELITTES OF i/rARS


oo Mu""ffiog moves
fro n tbe poles .
of Mars are i usr as astoni shi rrg as
tnh
h ec e :n a r e rrfr we a s s um e |t hat
canals. l :" .i 1 {t .:rl
heir:} + ir!:i
ef lec t ing po;;;
is equat to that
f a ce of-Mars, Ph ob os nus t be 10 m lles ac r os s ; n o D e i r n o s a b o u t
a round M ars Pho bo s ex per ienc es 5 . O n i t s " i " ;o; r3,:b; "i t_
a s t r ange ac c e l e r a t i o n which l" erpr"rneo
( as S hklovsky ha s shown) - only in t he c as e if t h e M a r . t i a n
s a t e"lul ittre 1s a horl_ow
s phere - a sh ap e imp os s ible f or a nat ur af cosnic body.
A rtif iciaf co nstruc t ions of t hes e dlm ens io n s s h o u l d n o t b e d e e m e d i m p o s s i l : l e
a t .a high l_e ve l of tec hnology . As a m at t er o f f a c t , huge space stationi
b e ing design ed tod ay on Ear ih. are
Thus alf t he d a t a p o l n t s to the artiflcial ori_
g i n of M ars sa telflte s.

r' S . shkl-ovsky i:eliev es t hat t he M ar t lan s a t e l l i t e s we.re built


y e ars ago e nd are no w dead nill-ion,q of
nc num er t s t o a lon g - e x t i n c t civillsation. nhrs view
c a n . hardly be acce pte d. rt s eem s t o ne t hat f h e s a t e l l - i t e s o f r u- u- -" " - "-pr p
r .ureo on
t h e ir.orbit s on ly re c ent ly - NO T M O RE ThAN A H u r o n n l - y l r R s aco.
The st ran ge story of t heir eis c ( ) v er ' y s . r ppor t s t h i s c o n c . l u s i o n .

T f e gr e at sky-e xp lor gls


s a tef lit es 9f t t r e pes t - Her s c h e l a n d L a s s e f l e discc,,.ered the
o f Uran us r r y it h_t heir giint _t eles c op, e s . fiiese were nuch more difficult
t o observe th an Pho bos and Deir nod, and y et n e i - t h e " - o i
ttr"* had seen tlLe Martian
m oons' A fter 18 62 rt was gener ally ac c ept ed t h a t l V l a r s h a d n o s a t e l l i t e s
i n l]ll th e Ma rtian ,no ons but then
wer e unex pec t - eoly rroi only by ;;;-;;;-i! ,rny on_
s e rvat ories du ring tbe per iodic gr eat oppoiit io" unu. r r Furtnermore,
s u ccessf ully they have been
ob se rve d ev er s i- nc e' not oir iy t h r o u g h l a r g e b u t
t e rescopes snall
o f mu ch w eak er power t han t he ief le c t ; r s o f H e r s c h e"fr i " "a- -nqoi .l i iLua s s e l l e .
a nat uraf con clu sio n t hat Phobo s a n d D e i n o s w e r e c o n s t r u c t e d
t h e Mart ja ns be twee n + l- iug8gs t ed
1862 Aia I AZZ:
by

T here is mo re ev"id enc e. t o bac k up t he r ec e n t f o r m a t i o n


of phobos and Dei-nos.
T h e sat elli-te s of MaI s , llk e t he ar iit ic ial satelfites of Earth, nust r:eceive
a cont i-nuou s b orcba rdT gl! t iqy _ r nlc r o- m et eo r i - t e s .
1"910 It is not difficurt to
e s tinate th at the a rtif ic iar s at eilit es of M a r s w o u f d n a v e t " e t r ; ; i ; ; i ;
l n t he cou rse of h un d' r eds of nillions destroyed.
of y ear s witirout consldering possibte cata-
s t rophic coflision s r , v it h lar ger r oc k s in lpace . However, phobos and Deimos still
e x i st and a re, the refo r e, m uc h y ounger t t r al i s t h o u g h t b i r . s . sirLi"u"r.y.
A s we ha ve said b ef or e, t he s eas onar c hang e s o f t h e c a n a l s c a n n o t b e a c c o u n - -
ted for by na tura l caus es . rs t hes e c hanges o " " u " y " u " l y , we nust conclude that
the col-ossal irrig atio n s y s t em of t he M ar f ians i s *6 r L i t r g w j t h o u t a fail even now.
SPOTS NND FLASItrS ON IVI.ARS

A new qre en sno t the s i- z e of Uk r alne was u n e x p e c t e d l y


1 9 12. discovered cr,. Mars in
T his oo d'fo rna tion, naned. r , aoc oon Knot , g e t s d a r k e r e a c h y e a r w i t h o u t
c h angin8 it-s ge ne ral s hape. who has gr eened t h i i
vast portlon of a Martian desert?
W h y is it th at fron y ear - t o; ' ear v eget at ion here does not wither
d e n ser and mor'e vigo ious ? - but becones even

F rom t ine to tin e s t r ange br illiant f las hes appear. on the surface of Mars
crou ds s iililar t o ihos e whic h a i 'e f o 'n e o i n h u g e e x p l o s i o n s .
f f l 1 :r: * !{_ !=ilv
a few mlnutesor sec o n o swe
, reo b s e rv e t -ii' -ilji, n y ,
i 6ff " r f l " 3i3 i"? ;.liiti ng
4i

l t is hard to say^ wh at t his nt ight . be but unqu e s t i o n a b l y our.nelghboring planet


lives its o lrrn life , n ot as y et qu: t e Lr nc t er s t ] o o d b . y u s .

T he Martlan s h ave not v anis h. ed. . . t her y ar e stil-L active toclay,l

- - - o oo- - -

EXPLOSIONS ON MARS

On Decemb er 9, 1) t ' , j, t t e
S aheki, who h as s pec iaiiz ed
at h is tele scop e. Suodenly .
exp losion o n th e Red Pl- anet .

Acco rdi.g to s ahek i, t he ex plos ilr n caused a bririi:nt giow


f^or severa l min ut es . This was iolLov ued b y a L u m i n o u s y e r t o u -
greyi-sh cl-o u<l es t inat ed at 40 m iles hlg h a n o 7 o u n i r e " s r n d l a -
net e r .

"rt was u nd oubt edf y an ar t lf ic iar at o n i c exprosion...even


mor e po werfu l t l. r an t he H- bonnb. That could only have been set
of f by hig hly a dv anc eo belngs . . . ' ,

I'r n m hi c nlrno

Kenneth Arnold
observed nine
boomerang-like
craft near I\tlount
Rainier in the
Rockies in June,
1)41. They have
never been iden-
t ified .
C o m p a r e , A r n o l d 's
sketch with V -
ch =n a d nhianiq
* ^- ,+
u^-
rt i fc^ u ^^^^
!o 6 c.
11 .

DRAMATIC S DIUIL
ADTAZEII

eye SKYSCENE
"Unbelievable"
saY
witnesses
bs IACK cIULIANO

I spoke at the weekend to several men who watched Mr. Neville


"Toompang"
Sireatran. a I
employe, l
smaller objects leave and return to a big sky object. said he was one who sawl
the objects repeatedly. I
Mr. Sheahan, who gavel
The rrrcn were members of a 1 Toompang. They watched the sky permission for his name I
seven-man lamb-marking party at I drama at midday on Wednerday. to be u*d, sard the large I
object seemed to him to I
I make tro cxnlana- |
lim. of what thc nu
"The small obiects
I n'hich left it seemed flatt-
But I am convinced the er.
men sw something. Any{
attempt to explain thel "A tennis ball woulal
happening away by smartI have. covered lhe big
remarks would be futile,l or tect.
The men are all reli-l "We watched thern
abie and unimaginadve. u'hen we sat down to
,
I have rung both Mt. I lunch.
"About two o'clock the
, Strcmlo Observatory at I sun moved arourtd in thal
'Caberra and the Statei
Weather Bureau, I direction and we couldn't
. Dr. Gascoyne , ol Mt. see the things any more
lstromlo. sid he ould not agar.st the strong light,"
a guess about he -said-
lhaard
jEhat ]!fr.
the explanation Jim Hobson, of
Ue. Mappity Rd., who also
loigtrt gave permission for
bis
I Ec skcal {br I opy ol name to be used, said lbat
I th report. he looked up for the ob-
i A metorologist at the ject &'hen the fir:'; man
lwqther Bureau sid that mentioned it,
Ino equipment used by the "I loolted for lt siw
Itueau "wouJd behave in it, and said, 'Thrfr mly
I t h a t w a y ." r star.'
I The man who first t!H-l ABOVE: An arlbt's rc. ''The others gaid,'How
Itised the story told me, "f said to the others- I @nsti[ction of tbc ob- | "TfpV left slowly, thenl could you see a star in
l"I don't want EN/ name jects scn u I went out at high speed, I
there were seven ol u*l Wah6- the daytime?'
: mentioned. I circled ild returned, I
aP@ple wlll
.ridicule I 'Get a load of this.' I atay. "Next thing I saw an-
. "One man is short- | ! slowing dom as they ap- | dther object leave the
llellow.
sighted. AmtlH who is I
V- c r af t above I proached the big station-l first one and go out ro
! "eut f know I sw thl. not could not pick un thel /1=irr,c nhnfn ! v I ary object. I the right.
Ithing ild I've wn rcme obiect. But four othersl
- r. rv
i "They then semeal to I
quer things in my time. ( p .l a Li -ke "I knew then th&t lt
did. and watched lt ofrl )are i land on tt or go tnto lt I ws't l star but f
. "FlYe of w sw lt, b my wife, was, 'Has any-l i b@Ee they dlgp- |
and on {or over an hour, I couldn't sy whrt lt
i li.t " thing come over the arr I i pcared whm thcy rcmh-l
This is tbe story this Ipssibly two hours. I wB"
i "I sw anc obfcct I about aaybody seingl i Gil it," hc std. I All the men said that
,man told ne: "We were lerve lhe fiFt ob|c<i I things in the sky?' i This ron alm said I there was no
'marking lambs on 'Toom- I doubt the
lnd go lo the tcft. ud I "She told me nothing I I there was no chance ofl object was a manufactur-
ipang'. Near the lunch had.
lbou we heard what we
latar trco othen !o to I I ' its being an optical illu- | ed one.
th. rtght, thcn @re | "I don't know what I I 's i on of any k i nd. I They alm said that it
! thought was a jet. bacl. saw. but I know thatr was $ ubelievable tl'at
I
; "I looked up lor the "One cf lhe other men| when the objts left the I "T1rcc or lou ot u I if any one of them had
'jet and sw an eagle- stationary object on the ' rt a tloc wrtchcd an I
said he sav two objectsl j obJ@t lc&vc thc bla ob- | sen it on his om he'd
I hawk, way up in the sky. go to th. lelt. right-hand side they went have "thought he -
! "I was takins a bit of I i Jcct, comnunt about I
"I wouldn't know aboutl out to the side and then mad."
I intemst in the eagle- that. 1fP 1y"rs working,l went straight up last. I whcre it w goilt .n.l I All the men were in-
f hawk when we hard bn- narking laDbs, and we! i what lt vs dolnt." I terviewed separately,
lother sound. es il the Jet 'Thc one thrt !.sc.l : This man said he had I
weren't able to keep anl wahed i{wards Youg Their stories agreed in
lwere overhead ageln. ey^ on it all the time. I
i told the othere thatl substance, with just en-
I "But I still couldn't s 9s Mlty tnvclllnt." "somebody should phonel
"The ot'jects I sawl ough discrepancy to tes-
r s iet. leaving lhe ltalionary ob-l A seond mm backed I some authority about it."l tily to the truth of their
I l}r lb ttris up. Rut a combination of|
'llr Ject seemed round. I He said he could not ' being lour or five mile. I
stories.
FEd 6|"ot It ldtql "But \.h{ the one I} They were all asked if
[tc r dlvcr rld, rnd 8aw leate it on ihe lefti sy that any ol the ob- from a phone, ol having I they knew that two naval
rucd io Dc ovarwa- Jsts were V-shaped. ; work to do- and of risk- |
came overbead as it wentl i ing scom decided thenr I omcers at Canberra Naval
Lol, lt ws s hldl uD towards Young I couldi Thcy rll.Dlearod to Base had photographed a
[d Ftar rmt. ItE re it seemed to be V-l hln to bG roud" !hlm- against this. I round, glowing object at
H[t?t. shaped. I rmrlng lllghtly ttr th. I However, the mn did I night recntLy, and that
m I I get a pair ol dark glas*s I
'But whit trlol| ruL this object could not be
k thst nobody ck? h{ | At times the silver i out of the glove box of I identified by
' I:::rg Wltn ess" D.[tlorcd rnythlnt I Ehcn winked a little on , his vehicle. I All sld thcy ln"w
rtF{t tt. I tllc sall objects as they I "Thc rls mdr ll I absolutcly nothlng ol
I, JITNE 5, 196l j GrslFr
"When I went homel were leaving or retuming I stlll to watch ah | any othcr rctprt.
the fi$t thing I said tol to the main object. I : thlnF," hc sld. I
'''
, Ob@lmi;ilREPoRrsM0 MEl{
lri*,-i-[,
lMysteru
|
l-A
I
! :ioll:i#il
I1s Tt$#F
},r^ffi
la rge un ide ntifi edf ly Tg
9liec t ;
hovered.over Exeter, Devon, todav, sristen-
l.ror"ow,.
. roNooN, June 19 (A.A.p..Reurer).I t t ' - Ar o- t "ldiorwcaoccary.rl
'
-
r a i - l l - ol-r e - r elt,tsalxe_thr".
ports-orr

""Tlj;*'J,,:: | li'ira"gry li.,,i r o i-


*ffi.<
r o i r . r ',"*,*
r,.hoscsrr-
" **p r c r c s r h c r r ,
;{_n.*- a.b.-vcs.crd.v.
ins in rhesun'hT". | Hffi
I .._.
j Dozcns of people re-l "k is statinry or movingl
| ;E;!.{*ffi'ilil
lmr sovha siorl6i | |j .o'""-ii'r"l_",_l'o-r
cmshing o | ""f
hJt" $".S*;
9r ] 6"'i.d""t; ilcAulsy,
nid I on obiect .1"o or
Jported it apparently sta-lvery slowry and appcars.tol vdcruy. I i eorth on Fridcv ng61 | Mcrlvale s1., staripcd theh
occasrona[v'-l Prcf._ Lcv tl+Ldcrirerv to ltr
Itionary oveitne ciry. l;:"15:":1"* . .Arrsimovich,l Capclobo, lrii5rne. I "tch
Thc Exetcr Airport man.l It was tm head ot the physico-math-l reporl:! from wtudsor,j ntt.rr. l&c . hutc .ty-
and tool
'lager, wing-Commander R.lslow to-bc a low
I -ionviuiionall -__The gnd Eaht Mlle Plalns: retc.l slrdtint varlou col-
matlcal department of tbcl ryvBem
B. Pears, said
rer:,r,!,rt:,j:d.
lJ. it bad
ri:t":*y"*:::*rl
beenl
",.-o_o*0,1:1H,ff'"*l gfs1',r,-t;q:"51f.t:il pigf-"};"r"L";"
r#T#:fl:Til}'ffil l#*-u;ifil-!'f.,ol q*-:fil3"tT:dr
l*$"i.'#{j,:J::l
ciry
Ithe
,rr r-r.r*
oiiartcrnbn.l
e.arry ,*iiii'j''""." "'.'l '3if.l*ll.#;F',.'ffi:ffi:l
n''$frtt rD,r,nsDr'r.
-0.
l.*n:"Lr$.lrs'.rr:1;l
runo
ruos,20.
te6,r,*l,:ii{$l;,:i*l}ifril ;ui:"1{1-,,fra
lm.h*u{i*i$"$$l
'*: S
lwas 100 milcs west oll

#$*ffim
fr"$-f:frl:*tiil$l
irffi#il,{p*i,t"",
;.F.lli'o'Jii".""'*"'tlrx",i*.'i"h'fu
}t"*l;hgtlH.?*"1"u"""'l[''*"15
-
"It will bc posibtc ro | | matsrite ciashing to A;tn. "- | brsh.flytr3
transmit
lmit sisoats
sigslls far bcyondl
bcyo-nd -;iTlT^'"f"1i::*
U.t-rtrcr.tt ,crG ovcr Tr-
u.r-ji"li?i'ir"JiTii-"fi!
thc slar Eystcm,ovcr dis-I| ,rEXAM|NER,, unt. tor _ctsbt_horF y6a.i.
tanc,cs int6 thou- | o.y but tbei dtd not- tcva
ands of-runniDg
millioos of milcs.- | .hn, 13, tg6t S.le untlt .fter ?.30.&
: ,,!V III\IED "

*T;*offiponTffiliti t' T{9 DEVONPORT-residenri-


y*rcrdcy gsve

"U.f,'.O.o' Sightings l'-::i"I::::f::L:$i:iij,Til


rn Two Strt*J
In two ttunidentiGcd f,ying obicctt"--report! yerterdan
| *;**"lt#q*fu*
| #:;fi?$,+J
m:r_. _
lllr. Yoont sld that .bo!l
| .ts
ttr.ntc
Nport d
bb&ci
clnt -
rbdt
I
I t.ts
at lcart 6vc mcn eaid thcy rai .riuccn" ,i*, y"""e ;i
8.1 _..Jn. . his sD Domld
..ll.d tbc l.Eilt to E rbrt
I
I
r.a
derlb.d
Idtcrdrt, Mq
lt ri rc*nblln.
Gos
.
about 95 Quecnrhnd townrpcoplc cleimcd rccing a r-ilvo;- Mr. I'oEn3 deribed
long, thlo,
.! r I rhtl. rt ct .bqt ZOft. tmr.
rhlt.
llcnld,-inr 6. lgtl
cld4 | tt tnv.llcd t.irly
t.irty btrb @cr
bkb d;r
rcd rphere pcrform acrobaticr. Sydncy l4onrlng lhrt d likc . lEncll ,lt rsr I the *. ln . Mthcdt dlr@-
Eor ina Cdly eYCr tbe s I tlon.
Obseryatory .grinst the riod la. norah- I Thc lsnilt sr It lc
said the Qpeensland north-rEaarly diretioL I rbot r qlartcr of tD hour
ing was probably It rs r.t bcd for | | unlll lt dioDlBr.d dorly
plaDci Venus, but no couplc ol hlDulc* | owr the s.
M.. YooDg tbcn rrt4hed ,'It h.! p[rtl.al u .ver
planation could be dv |
th. ob&cl througb bineu- | .ln@. I .b !ur. lt r$
ior the Young sightiig. lrn rnd sid it rebbl.d | tr.lthcr . clqd, phrc, nc
Thc young men wcre with r flBorecnt liSht tubc. Ec I vagolr ftoD u- rlrcnfl,"
pa.ty of eight working in t.3.hcd la fd .' lurlher I shc sld.
bact paddck od Tom.
Dg progerty,
proDerty, fivc miles
of Young last Wednes.

Mr James Hob$n, station


hand, of MoDDitv R@d.
METAILIC
TIGHT
Young, said at-lcait five of
mn watchcd the
two hours.
Mr Hobson said: ..4
wc saw this sDherc-
$EEl{1fl
sW-
A LONGFORD mon yesterdoy sow whot
objat glinting io the
inaereon
saidl tiilKriT"T"'s,l{l he colled o metollic areen light-in the sky
"It ws a long way ofl
f;uu.j. southofWoodbury. I O Unytg$i
d looked the sirc of a Flschooheachcr Mr I. Scary.
tennis ball. Cofttabl Anderson nid Ihe. @, Mr- Dlct Tho@,lllght pa$cd over them and dts-
saro nC wa8 @vhg bsdd6 lapperd wlth a loud e:Dlos_
"It was hangiog perfctly PREPAzu,TION e object finally sant out. launce8ton lrcm lIoban arly ll@."
stalionary and at frst we sight at 2.50 p.m. yrsterday momlng rvhs he I It!. Thomas sld
OF THTS NEIiiS vestprdav
thouSht it *as a star, From Garbutt R.A.A,F. sw he l8ht, atput rrvo mUeE lhe had seen Dckets sild nde;
n we saw these PAGE REQUIRI]S rc a Winjeel train?r wcnt rculn oI WdD{ry. lblore buL had nevr scen &y_
things dailing to investigatc, but it 'Ia aot brlght.t very qrlct- lthhg Uke rhls.
t fiom the sphere. CO}TS]DERNBIE cd ovcr Millaa Miltaa lt.rd the! qlsDpesrd wlth I A loud exploston near New
"Tliey thc objct had gd. r terrltlc sDlodon," ba $ld. lNorlolk on Tu6day ltt Ek
wouid leave
here slowly, gather specd
TIIM & EFFORT The llght w.8 slmllar to one lt.he 8ky tn thr Drcmedt-ry uee-
ot
Thc Astronomiel
JI OUt and then rturn-" EDITORS WOULD 's Qucensland sccrc-
Ecen by
occ0 vJ Mr. Ru$eU ANreq
M..
^u$(!
AEhun, Ii Mr. Dixon Dr,L.u,. lt.L.C.. sno
slio wgt wai
M. ol Cupbeu Town, who ew . Jdrlvllg
Jdrlvl!8 home to Hobrfr-
Hotart. ind
and
Ncville Sheahan
ation hand, said six of
APIRECTATE , Mr W. J. Ncwell, nid grem l8ht
glem llght on the hll15 nar lsr thc ishisb ald:
atd: .,I hav6
.,i
ANY S]MIIAR ht: "lt soulds to lro Jedcbo shen he wm tnveUlDS lben l! !ey!e el*td6l ltormt
mn saw thc lowrrib Hobstt abou! I lon- iat s, brt I hrvc Dvet Gn
CLIPPJNGS. litc Vcnus." DEht rto. llte thts bctorc. Tbr
lrnytblnA
I pass high ovcrh Hc said thc epprrcot ArhruE eld Urcn: .ThalerploEl@
climb out of sigba TzuNK,YOU. ould bc idrti-
- --ur,rCrG
hllL Ut uF llte day u thr ltllc grcud.'
eeDed to oDe lmn
ular ni8bt.
"EXAMINER" Lluncerton. Trr.
fJ.K., Soviet Experts Team eJfort tu lind
losf nockd to Venus
i Hear Mystery
LONDON, Mon. - A teom effo{ by Rur-
sic ond Eritoin tomorrov vill moke o fincl
bid to find the lost rocket to Vensr.

Signals From Space


The rockei, which fell ceiver. &t the secment of
silent last Februery 15, nYe sky in which the-Rusians
days after it was ffred in believe the r@ket is tray-
to pierce the
an attempt
sa shroided mystery of "'i'.19:DAILY
Wlln sPnI_SSnq
TEL
rrcW-
LONDON, Julv 11 (A.A.P.-Rcutcr).-Mvrtcriour
Venus. is now believed to ledge ot the time of the
be 62 miuion miles from Rusis radio @mmand-
rignalr from tpi". *"t" pickedup at JodrellBank yerterday' Earth
Rusien $ientists wtll
Profesr Irvell
able to make aure anv sis-
will #
send e radio commud nals he picks up witt 5e
to ev&luate their obser from transmitters in
ioos next weet, from the rukt.
Rusia ordering the rke[
The rmket is now morc to deliver its inlormation Prof. Iovell reportcd
an 60 million miles away. At the same iime Pro- that the Jodrell Bowl had
redio astronomers lNr Sir Bernard Lvell picked up signals today
trying to trace the -- will mint the 250-f@t Jo-
drell Bowl. tJE world's
which
l6t
could be from tho
rcket AI.P.-R..
-
-D
m6t povertul redio re- u.P.I. JUNE13,t96t

Ilrt 0tllllrtl lI"' J!ltj:=l' '* rll:0t

lfunln! lhnf
m Sydn?y
Thc signals wcre /'
othcrs hcard by Sir
nard and Dr Davieson
17, whcn thc Russisn
three montbs
silencc,wls drc red vcDus.
[,aet Signale
From Rocket

received on
17, only five days after
foint
launched.
space
The search for thc r$kt
Iikly to go on today and
DTAGRAiI O F SOVIET SPAC ESH IP'3 EF F OR T T O R EAC H VEN U S

silR ll probe PUZZLEFROM THE SKY


ovERlt I,ONDON, Wednes- WEL L INGT ON (N .2.), Thurs.-A pi ece of netol w hi ch fel l

'An
'STAR'll
An unrdentiffed
day. - Britain

ed space operation
obiect I started vesterday.
unrdentiffed obiect
and
Russia's ffrst combin-
from the skies on Morch 24 hos mystified Nev Zeolond geologistr.
Thev have sent the up h hls folalcd brnal-
metal - to ttre United kerchlef
States for tests.
through
lt burned
threc layeB of
Museun ol Natural
tory, is now preparing
report on ttre metal.
Eis-
a
the mrterial. The object ls & smaU
ln the sky, ffrst noticeal Tho @cration was simul- When the object fell lt Tesk in New Zeal&nd cube of ebout thr-
arly last night over tenous at a rctet cm struck the petrol tank of heve-failed to identify the quartrs ol en lnch, red-
WindanE. remained un- a kactor on a Property met&1. dish-brom ln color.
municatioo cdtrc in Ru} of
nes Oamaru, north (A.A.P.-i.utrl
idcntiffed. Drib ilcrcwy sla and at thc giaBl
tlescopcst lodrcll Bant,
Otago. Smoll Cube LY -
Mr Arthur Chapman, of
At carefully prcarrangcd
The metal
property
burned the -D A t
Wlndang, rang the Mercury owner's
whe-n he plcked it up-
nngers Profesor Brian Masn,
a New Zealand meteorite
.TE LE GR A P H ,"
at about I p.m. tlm6 sieoti3tt in Rusia
He described tbe obleci strt into spacc r codd Whcn hc tathercd lt expert at the New Yolk suNr MAY 26, l95lF.
es being like a "very large ommaod dgnal.
I'
i l r L c ri n d <1 o r It wN dcsigred to switch
Mr Chapman said that on by rmte cootrol tba
wheu h flrst the ob- tr&nmittcr in thc "loc"
-saw Sovict Venur Rctct. now
Ject lt appealed dir@tly
over the sandhills at the morc tha 62 million mil*
windang camping area aDd &w&y.
he thought that smebodi Thc lodrcll Bark direc-
was smoklng on the dunes. to., Sir Bcnard Lovell, and
The "star" then moved two Rosir! spacc tracking
upwards and lt continually cxpcrtr, barc in thc past fry
chenged colors fronr dayr recivcd mystery sig-
olange, throwh ig green nrl$
snd red. f,p;il 10, 196l Ab d tcta.r&tt er-
A rcporicr l,.lr *cot xrfaftaoEthcth'
to Wlnd.la Md sr tbc d at.a c lril lhc
"atrr" wblch by thb tiDG rocka. bacle{ tr Fcb'
hrd noved to rn sDglc w'.
ol .bo!a 20 ilctrq rnd It tbc probc is rtill undcr
sB In a teDcral north- control ll EiEut6 will
c.sl allrcctlon. clafc betwen dvinS lb.
It moved back{alds and commrod signal and tbc
torwards and went through Jodrctl Banl rcceivcr be-
phases ot staltlng as a ginoiog to bleep out thc rc-
small orange speck and ex- turdog mcssaBe.
panding rapidly snd chang-
This covers the time tak.
ing coloN et the sme time
for tbo command to rcach
The obiect wqs later seen the reLet, and the rcket's
at Port Kembla. sicnalr to rcach earth-ach
Army omcers knew noth-
lng o( the object and th.
travclling at lE6,l:4 milcs ! we do blw up theworld,doyou suppose thereore
ssrd.
Sydney ohservatory could anf ottronomersout there vho'll notice itl'
noL be coutacted. The Sun, une I
14.

rPs0F otD
sl(YsH by Indrew Tomas
The. I ndian eplc R a m a y a n a d e : c r i b e s the Celestlaf
Car of Ram a o. r "v im a n a " a s a c o n t r o l l e d aeriaf vehlcl-e
I r s oeak s of r r ] : at t - I e i t e t w e e n t h e 6 o o o k i n s R a : n a . r n o
ev il Rav an who had a b d u c t e d h i s w i f e S i t a .

The v ir nana was c a p a b L e o f f l y i n g great oistances.


Rama i n a v i n a n a Ram a' s av iat ion r ec o r d w a s a h o p
(1; rc t r; re f:om Ceyion) f r on Cey lon t o M ou n t K a l l a s in
Tibet . ln 1) J : t h e a u t h o l fol-
l o w ed t he a eria f ro ute of Ram a t o t he Him al- aya s and found
n u m erous a ccor"lL: o f "s k y s hips " or r Lr is t r j p t h r o u g h I n d i a .

T he I oot"; o f rla ha ba r at a s ay s ' ' lz r j . . hna ' s ene m i e s s o u d h t


t h e aid ol the de mon s who built an aer ial c ha r i o t with
s i d es of iro n a nd clad wit h wings . The c har iot was driven
f h -o t t p h t rrc s<v +i l I it Stood over Divr r akf :. w hc
rs f no s T! u 1^iI -D !L_
na ' s fof f , owers dwe lt, and f r or n bher e 1t hur lecr down upon
the n i f 'r mi s. i I es thpt deqt nnvon pr/ph\rrr ino rrri^i
y Y rrrv rr nh rL r, lpy
^n !J

fel f. "

T he P ura na s men tlon "Sanak ad. ik as ' r - t he "A n c i e n t s o f t h e S p a c e D i m e n s i o n s 'r ,


o f b eings wh o came from t he olr ec t ion of s pac e . The Smranagana Sutrahara says
t h a t 1--y nea ns o f skyships hum an beings c oulC f l y in the ai-r and "heavenly beings"
c o L tld come d own to e ar t h. This is a def init e indication of visits from orner
plane t s .

T he S urya Sid dh an ta ) An anc ient f nr lian boo k o n a s t r o n o m y , r e f e r s to the Sid.-


d h a s who "revofve a bo v e t lLe c louo, s , beLow t he m o o n . " And since some ancient
a s t ronomer s of In dia m aint ained t he c or r ' ec t v i e w a b o u t t h e p o s l t i o n of Earth in
s p a ce r this pa ssag e c ould be int er pr et ed as s p a c e t - r 'a v e f s o f S j - d o h a s , t t r e 'r p o s -
s es s or s of k now l e d g e " w h o w e r e a l - s o c a l l e d the
"M as t er s of Hig h S c i e n c e " .

Ther e ar e m a n y r e f e r e n c e s to aviatlon
c lent China. The first recorded. avraror of Ch.ina
was t he Em ir er : o r S i r u n ( 2 2 ! B - 2 2 0 8 B . C . ) w h o ^n*
a -1 . '

us eo. an aer ial nachine but macte the first chron-


ic f ed par ac hut e ju:rp.

O ur gr av lt y problems were successfully solved


by Liu An who L i v e d i n t h e s e c o n d c e n t u r y of our
ela. He n, ; oe a " l e v i t a t i o n cheni.caf rr an.1 was
r ais eo in t he a i r . u h e r r h e t o o k i t . Wh e n L i u A n
Cr oppec i t he t ot t l e i r i h i s f L i g h t , <1 o g s a n d f o w f s
lic k ed up 1; he o r e g s a n d i m r n e d i a t e l y t.ecerme airi:orre

Ki- Kung- Shi made a flying chariot in the reign


of Em per or Chen g T a n g i n t h e l B t h c e r r t u r y b e f o l e
our er a, ano al- " o e n g o y e d a e r . i e l f l i g t r t s .
Cnines e Taoi s t r e c o r d s r e L a t e t h a t C h e n J e n _
t ne "Per f ec t M a n 'r - v i a s b o r n e o n t h e w l n g s o f t h e
wino, s eat ed on t h e c l o u d s o f H e a v e n . He traveLs
f r or n one planet to another and flxes his habitatiol
in t he s t ar s .
Ar e t hes e t af e s a n d m y t h s a n e c h o o f a n e x t i n c t
c iv lf is at ion t ha t h a d r e a c J r e d 6 r e a t h e i g t t t s : r ; d
C nincse folklcre :p eak s of t . nen per is hed in a c a t a s t r . o p h e ? O r a i , e t h e y a
=ir. fl iohts in rrrfi^,rii\r
t r adit lon of v is i t s from soace?
4q

Visitors From Other Worlds.

'nL^+ L^.,^ +rker, nl:e e i r Iv_


Vvlte U -^., Y
luo tro vc LurruI t
gone ag es n ay occ Lr r again. . .
S c vie t scle ntist Agles t has t heo-
rised th at re fere nc es in anc : ent
scripture s to g o,r s anu an6- e1s c or ir , g
down from he aven c ont ain ac c ount s ol
visita tion s o f sp ac ener , t c Ear t h,
I ' Izvesti-a'' (Fe b. 5, 196I ) f eat ur es
a car to on , re pro duc ed on r ight , < ie-
nictins a me etin s of a c os m onaut wit h
the an cie nts in c onjunc t ion wit h an
art icle en titled "I oeas lr e O v er -
taking Fa cts'by Geor ge O s t r oum ov , who
reviens this th eo r y in a f av our able
light .
7n L iJu soro e people in lt aly ano
B el s i rrm orp en i scd c om m iLt ees t o neet
space visito rs, as c ant oons wit h ap-
nrorria tc r"linn inp s s how t elow.

Be Nice To A

From Our Staft Cotrcspondcnt


LONDON, Saturday.-Thirty Belgian
professional and busin$men lact night lcwr
BODIE, Tuccdty.-With
splading
flying rauccr I
dl cvcr ltdy. 50 vcuer i
in Brugsclsformed a committeeto welcome f,omrnc havc forucd e club cethd lhc !
Fricndc ol Dlers.
Martiana Sun- Her alC, Nov . 7, 19r 4 hrve appoint- | mgn,
..Thb wqrfa
tr
:
i
ed-TlEy
I @Emlttee to rc- | mlae ow intrnrt- i
Its public rclatiou off- nilc rDd ! dcsD bow. marri.llr 166! Maflirc (lire witb prper I ioEl prrdt ed oE !
cer, M. Marcel RubcN. Tbc mirtcdsrced rhat homn the inhabitrDt!
tt fEt Mutieo
and Belgiaqs. | new deldc tb mnoini,c i
says th @mmine wants s-hould bc M. Rubcns said tedav: of Mars shouu trrcy I dwIoDoeDt." _ Sul i
to prevcnt. iE thc followiar meal: "Wc don't belicvc or disbi. land in ltaly. I Spcisl
w.r wi t-b Thc 9Ir,
odiJ.il?]fl
ll "itJ.litliii I i3l.r-. -.....h...mq
Mare and lo stablish Oy98, lobstc6. ! twc lievc sll ahcs rporb.bout i
interplanetary trade. pound st.at, mircd Srill nyrng sauers.
"it'"li iri"'
",il}",fi
wtrh cbi6, mustard and "But io vicw of thc rcrcrts to statc that it is !
Its offcial Ststurd.Dd pkfhr udy to mte an sl- t
Rulcs for Welcininr Mrr- tbis commine dccided-thst
Ifa b b to Lc trta tactful reasures must bc liane witb MeF as 3
tian! includc tbc* iugge sn as lrcible. t
lloN: ir r lrct ilchf taken with a view to rccciv-
dbE. ing Martians. "It ltaly ould be I
Approach a Martian dis- Thc cmminc "Wc dou't sm to hc eblc
ttre drst suntry to !
playing pcae. - DlrN conclude such an al- i
slgns of ChaiE io Manian to pacvcnt waB oD our own
Fhitc Iianc," sid a sDofts- !
Infom thc ncarcst polie sophy in Bcl3iao uDivcNiti.s plaEt--+ut to thc dcyil with
station only if he sbows a war with dtcr
Mircd spre. Wc
signs of hostility. Merrilgc can prevcnt thit if wc Dlan
If you arc not wearing a Thc c@@ire ts cm- to show thc Marliam wi arc
hat, givc bim an cntarinc inirg ti. qGrira of idrcr- fricodly.".
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