'lit OSs arefoes frani^.pentre is id ofboulevard: Hrs. Eleanor Arre- rhousand Oaks—Mrs. Ethel r .ehea, 110 Birth street: Mrs. Eth-i Nixon.today he may ask Congress lotmore money to buy airplanes.Real Facts' Disclose Flying Saucer/It'Ss e 11-e to-a bill ves-mun-t. be-Rela-i their.).e.WASHINGTON, '(U.R) — Twonew “real” sfories of flying saucers today provoked vigorous denials im the Armed Forces that the} are, in reality,secret U. S. wea|ms.Roth the Air ^orce and the Navy said flatlyUhat they are not experiment itg with any plane or weapon hat could account for wide-s|read reports about the flying dlks. •But Radio C’oimfcntator Henry .1. Taylor and Lbs. News and World Report, a ^ekly newsmagazine published\here, bothstated flatly that fling saucers do exist. Neither tooted any authority for their statements'Two Typesaid that tliAe are two types of “flying sauc4s” which the military has cljsified as secret.One, he said, .is a formless, pilotless disk which\ usuallydisintegrates in the air.'its purpose, he said, is a top feilitarvsecret.He said the other is thqixavv'sso-called “flying phantom” or jet-propelled XF-5-U-1. The Navy, he said, is experimenting with the radical plane at its Patuxent, Mr., test center.U. S. News said simply that the saucers are revolutionary new planes, probably developed by the Navy as part of its guided missile experiments.“Good News”Taylor said the real facts behind both types of saucer are good news for the nation.On type is the true flying saucer, he said, a disc that whizzes through space, halts suspended in the air, soars to 30,000 feet and more, drops to 1,000 feet, and then usually disinte-grates. The saucers are harmless, pilotless discs, ranging from 20 inches to 250 feet in diameter, he said, and they’ve been haunting the skies for three years.On March 27, Taylor told about a “flying saucer” which was found on the ground in Texas.It was on June 25, 1017, hesaid, that the “saucer'' experi ments began, and they have been expanded constantly ever since. As Taylor described the “truesaucers,” there are severaltypes, but no one is inside any of them. Some are flat and edged upward like a saucer, he said, while others are raised in the center, more like a pie.No Smoke, Sound “Some are guided,” he added “Others are not. They have no stream of light or smoke, or indication of a propelling mechanism, and no sound.“Momentarily thev can standV %/stationary in the air—so youcan see them . . . then thev dash»off to left or right, wobbling and picking up sneed in a lazy sort of way until thev movelike lightning. Rut they are utterly harmless.“I know what these so-called ‘flying saucers’ are used for . . . verv important and wonderful.Taylor said the chances were slight that anyone had found an original, genuine “flying sauc-t’apt. Quinn asked that cameras be left behind.Turner hit a light standard in building the world’s biggest Ventura about ( p.m., police said.1 force to support it.vltr (’harket Phantom as Top U.S. MilitarydeportaCourt iSecretsto 3 IBridetter,' because they disappear in the air after a given time. But. because there is a possibility that thev will fall to the earth intact, something is printed on the saucers.These words, Taylor said, are stencilled in black letters on! every real saucer:^ *“Military secret of the Unitedv_J,A ‘ ‘ •*■•*/ .. - - ■.. -r.j'* ‘-ffi •! States of American Army Air Force — “and a number, and ; then this:“Anyone damaging or revealing description or whereabouts of this missile is subject to prosecution by the United States government, call collect at once.” Then there is a long distance telephone number, and the address of a U. S. air base, and finally the words, in big. blackletters:“Non-explosive.” He finallydiscovered that there are two great mvsteries in the skies instead of one.For the second mvsterv in• i/our skies has not only been seen but felt high in the air.” he said, i teda“... This object roars through July 21, Ibis, and which theythe night with flames pouring described in detail, from squares on the edge of the He also listed thezenshij never 1ing thebodv-fuelage that look like* win-dous. And it is wingless.”Pancake Shaped Tavlor said that in addition to other models, which he could not mention the phantom is a great jet airplane which really looks like and is shaped like apancake.“It has roughly circular out-saucers♦ *nonasighted by various persons. They were:Nine flying discs sighted onthe West ('oast bv United Air-%lines ('apt. E. .J. Smith, his copilot and stewardess.Five flying discs sighted by Fred M. Johnson in the Cascade Mountains of Oregon.The 100-foot disc flying highfide the conOn Splied tnow oi to the Unitednot: I 1ThisTheline,” he said. “Around the edge on a bright, clear Sunday morn-of its disc-like body is a series of jet-engine louvres (ventilators). These are squares flaming the blazing light of* the exhausts. They are not windows. Its jet motors are inside the pancake shape and flying at night it looks for all the world like a flat flaming disc in the air. and flies faster than I am permitted to say.Taylor said it was such an object which was seen by Eastern Airline Pilots Capt. Clarence S. Chiles and Pilot John B. Whit-J*over Montgomery. Ala.,ing on April 1949 over New Mexico.The disc spotted by eight fliers in four planes and four men in the control tower, over Columbus, O.The disc—at least 250 feet in diameter—sighted Jan. 7. 1943. over Madisonville, Kv., by the state police and hv Thomas F. Mantell, Jr.. who died while chasing it in an F-51.The saucer 20-inches in diameter and six inches thick whichfound in Galveston Bay,ever, pcom mu they ha ous Cofrom 1! said hees’ was a cafe c terfront he saw tional clt; ist Part♦A It homakes cdent ofwas touno in Tex., and then hushed up.lv regarcific Co.