Courier-Post from Camden, New Jersey on November 23, 1973 · Page 64
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Courier-Post from Camden, New Jersey · Page 64

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? 4 X COURiER-POST, Cemitn, H. J., Mdoy, Nevmbt J3, 1973 Cinnaminson's Campione 26 Years on Track of UFOs Continued from Page One object that they recorded its speed with sophisticated government equipment. "HERE I was a layman with a limited education reading something a Naval commander stuck his neck out to write. "The story appeared way before the United States had a space program. Flying saucers and those who saw them were ridiculed very much in those days. This fellow took quite a chance in writing that story." Since then, Campione has gathered all the information he can find on UFOs. Campione has only spotted one UFO in his life time. Stricken with glaucoma years ago, he has lost 96 per cent of his sight. BUT that didn't stop him from writing a book on flying saucers entitled, "UFOs, Twentieth Century's Greatest Mystery," publishing a UFO manual on how to identify and communicate with flying saucers, and giving countless lectures to anyone who will listen. He has even formed "The Amalgamated Flying Saucers Club of America." A crackpot? Camione smiles and says he's been called worse. People, he said, have ridiculed him, challenged his stories and referred to him as a "nut." CAMPIONE says UFOs can hold the key to pollution problems. He theorizes that spaceships channel solar energy through "photo-electric cells," which enables them to run their engines on "clean electric power, virtually free of air and noise pollution." But he warns of the dangers of "hostile" UFOs that "threaten national security." These "sadistic crafts" are either football globe or beehive-shaped, he says in his UFO manual. "They have been known to kidnap airplanes and people and discharge harmful radioactive rays. There is no known justification or motive for their actions except sadism or willful hostility toward earth people," he says. CAMPIONE attributes the increase in UFO sightings to "either sight-seeing on their part or an increased surveillance of our atomic activities. "But we have no way of knowing why they are here because the government keeps everything so secret." Campione said he is disgusted with the government's stand on flying saucers. He accuses those who hide the so-called existence of UFOs as being "treasonous individuals." "If government leaders admitted to UFO activities, they say there would be a stock market or economic crash," he said. "SINCE the space program, we've seen men walk on the moon. We've become blase about space travel. The world has changed. Flying saucers aren't going to cause panic anymore," he added. But Campione admits that the world hasn't always been so tolerant of flying saucers and those who say they have seen them. "People who call me about sightings still fear public ridi- isttt HOST R) . ; f ,V'fnf'"w"f'",,",l""",","""'"""""",t 8 5 Courlr-Post Photoi by Jock Wolter 'SAUCER shapes are illustrated by Campione in his book, "UFO's, Twentieth Century's y Greatest Mystery." Jersey Teenager In Title Quest FORT WORTH, Tex. (UPI) Ji. New Jersey girl who entered the competition without winning a local contest has been chosen one of the eight serhi-finalists in the Miss Teenage America competition, which will end with a nationally televised pageant Saturday. Representing New Jersey will be Susan Cathleen Bigler, 17,-of Green Brook who was chosen yesterday as a semi-finalist. Miss Bigler entered the competition as a candidate at large, rather than by winning a local contest. PHYSICAL AID Push and pull toys, wheel toys, balls, sports and gym equipment are typical playthings which aid physical development. T 4 t Make it A Glittering Christmas at A Really LOW Price An Unbelievable Buy of a Lifetime From proqress' LIGHTING cule. And considering what happcnd to Charlies Paulus, I can't say that I blame them," Campione said. IN 1967, a columnist for the Courier-Post did a story about Charlie Paulus' encounter with a UFO, Campione said. The Maple Shade man and his wife allegedly saw a silver metallic dirigible-shaped object attach itself to the RCA plant on Route 38 in Cherry Hill. The columnist used Paulus' name in the story and according to Campione, the results were disastrous. "Their house was bombarded with garbage, and their two sons' classmates harassed the boys and called their parents crazy. Two months later, the family moved to Florida because they couldn't stand the ridicule." But Campione said in another way it helped Paulus' state of mind. 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