Curtis Dickinson was author of the newsletter The Witness from 1963 to 2004. Dickinson was a rare entity, an anti-Zionist preacher from Kansas (later moving to Texas), whose monthly 2-page sermon and alternative news sheet was mailed free to thousands of subscribers in the US and elsewhere. The first page consisted of theology, the second section, titled "Panorama" consisted of news clippings from other alternative media, many mailed in by like-minded readers. This early 'zine was well known in conservative and anti-Israel circles. Of course, Dickinson was considered an "anti-Semite".
All issues of The Witness are now archived online at http://www.thewitnessonline.com/
The following items have been cherry picked from the 1966 newsletters. They include Hannah Arendt's remarks on the Rothschilds (April), how a CBS producer pushed porno in a documentary on Vietnam (Oct), a report on Communist favoritism toward synagogue worshipers (Oct), and the Soviet-created, Africa-marketed "True Bible" (Nov).