I am specifically looking for a scan of the original article, and if possible the cover of the newspaper.
Reason being as you can see, the text version below is much shorter and differs slightly in wording and details from the scanned version above.
For example, there is no mention of Tuesday in the text version which helpfully puts the date of this sighting on the 8th.
I suspect there may be even more details in the original version which would be of interest.
Roswell, N.M., afternoon (after 3:30 pm)
Roswell Morning Dispatch, 7/11
-- W.J. Schanz, a former Army Air Force instructor in aircraft recognition, and 5 others were baffled by three brilliant objects seen flashing across
Harvey Sparkman was the first to spot the objects after the others had been kidding around over the recent announced finding in Roswell of the
so-called "Flying Saucer."
First there was one object followed by two others. Schanz said he had seen every type of plane in existence and "the objects did not have any
characteristics of any plane I have ever seen.
They did not seem exactly round, and rather than spinning through space, they appeared to somersault, with no definite pattern of movement." They
were traveling very fast, though their speed couldn't be estimated.
When they reflected the sun's rays, they were so bright it was difficult to look directly at them. Other witnesses were Mrs. Raymond Jennings, Ed
Jennings, Lawrence Jennings, and Linzy Andrews, all of the Jennings Fixture Co.