Anderson Daily Bulletin from Anderson, Indiana on November 20, 1973 · Page 4
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Anderson Daily Bulletin from Anderson, Indiana · Page 4

Anderson, Indiana
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Tuesday, November 20, 1973
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JTUtSDAY, NOViMIH 20, WJ ANOCMON DAILY iU.L.riN PAQI 7 Craft christened Ler> Smith, fronf, president of the Golden Gate Commuters Association, and Adele Nolan, both of Mill Valley, Calif., vice president of the GGCA, smash a bottle of chpmpagne on the bow of a very old landing craft which they hope' will soon be ferrying commuters between Marin County and San Francisco.. Christened the MS Love, the ferry-is the brainchild of some 300 commuters who aren't happy with the existing Golden Gate bridge District ferry and bus service. The GGCA is still negotiating the purchase of the landing craft and also must secure permits from several federal and local agencies before service can begin. Nation's habits must change to avoid recession WASHINGTON CAP) - The nation will have lo, the habits of an era m order to avert a recession "white limiting the energy use, Treasury tary Gcomge P. Shultz sayS; "I believe we should place top priority on Jobs. We oisghl to Iry to insulate our Industries from too great an impact." Shultz said o! ciitbaidfe which may be required by the energy crisis. Speaidng at a hearing of the Seniste Foreign delations Com- miittee, Shultz said limits will have to be made in consumer use of enengy. . The nation will have to get over the habits of an era of "easier use of energy," he said. And in order to avert a recession, the action latent must be "shaup and relentless flnd tough," Jie said. "IT we aieedgnize the prdWfem as a signjfficant crisis, as it is, both in the short term and in the long term, and are -milling to take tougli decisions, I -think we have Hie ability to manage ;he problelm without und»ie-dis- ruption flit our economy," Siullz said. He isaM !the nation needs lo >roi.ect Ihe aWminiim «nd pel- rochemicall industries, which use latlge amounts of energy, while ""taking very sharp ac- iion 1 " to curtail other uses ihrough alocaitiion powers. Shultz said he hoped gasoline rationing will not be necessary. "My instinct is against it," he said. Shu'.tz ix>t«d that he had been Seorc- reading a fummany of railio- ning problems during World War II, and mentioned the na- id'e black imisirJtel in gasoline, stolen coupons, counterfeit S and over 'Epp'icatiters by users. The Offco of Price Administration had to hire 5,000 to 6,000 iaatas ard there were 50,000 violalions Of which 25.000 were brought to trial, he said. Sedans damaged and buried but never driven BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) Party never-driven outos have been bwied here in a«v unmarked grave. Workers plowed 40 Capri sports sedans wto a hole, drove over 'tan with bulkfozers and covered them up. The German- made ews were damaged in a tain derailment war Grcybutl, Wyo. A spokesman tor (he ma^i-, 'acttiner sal'd the $3,500 cans ail nad been submerged in water aired 1 wore dgimiaged so badly that only Urc litres could be salvaged. TIP of the WEEK If you want to moke a rich broth wilh duclc giblets, add some of the duck fat (cut from the bird before roasting). It's getting to be Ihot time of year when hanging the wash outside is a real drag. See us for your new Speed Queen gas dryer. SUM ROBERTSON Terrific- THERMOGAS CO., OF ANDERSON 2441 Arrow Avenue Phone: 642-0214 Thcrmoiras Faith healers set off tourist boom MANILA <AP) - -Faith healers in the Philippines claim ilhcy can make the blind see a-nd cure eve-ry ailment from cancer '.to tennis elbow. They've sst off -a tourist boom. Hundred's come each week from the United States, Canada, HoQg Konlg, Taiwan, Australia, Britain, Switzerland and West Germany to consult healers. In the United Stales, two SHOW HER THAT YOU LOVE HER Give her the quality she deserves . . . Great new styling . . . great new blends . . . that's the big news in knits this season . . . and the reason she'll want a wardrobe of them to take her through the holiday season and the new year. tf\ Charge & Layaway Available Towne Shoppe Women's Apparel Wtd. Til Noon - Man., Tun., Thuri., Sat. 1-5 - Friday 88 FREE PARKING ACROSS THE STREET Get Your Toktn At Town* Sh»pp* 1033 MAIN ST. DOWNTOWN ANDERSON PH. 644-5962 Seattle travel agencies are i chairs, hopeftfl that wittai two among iliose using liie faith weeks they can toss away their ~ heaters as an attraction. For nates varying from about $850 to $1,130, people caw gel roundtrip air transportation to Manila ar.<l two weeks' a'ccom- modations at the same hotel visited by the healers. "It -is desperation that brings them here," said -a gray-haired Canadian: tfrom Vancouver, B.C., who refused' to give his name. He was accompanying his brother who had been told after an operation at home that he had terminal Stomach cancer. "Tbe'Pftiflipp^ies is becoming the spiritual mecca . of tfre would," exults Rolando Carbonell, who selrves as guru to the spi-rituafets here. A group Of 54 America* who arrived recently for faith-healing sessions represented an investment for two weeks Of $60,000 in air feres and hotel fees. Comimfesion- Etone on their air fares amounted to $3,200. For $100,000 and commissions of $6,000 a week, one travel agency 'ays it can import 100 Americans eveqy week, but, so far, there are not enough faith healers to handle the lo'ad. Tony Agpaoa, a 33-year-old mystic from the Pangasinati, hats Province of opened his own travel aigerfiy and recently purchased a hilltop once used 1 as a retreat for 'Roman Catholic priests 4n ilihe mountain town of Baguio ISO mite north of Manila. With the help of German partners, fie plans lo build his own clinic to treat the faithful. At least Six other healers wo* beats in the hotels lining Manila Bay. They perform psychic surgery to hotel rooms and meditate in the conference rooms. In the lobbies, young men and women with crippled bodies lean on- crutches awl white- haired, old people sii in wheel orutohes or rise unaided from heir rfiaira. "We came: because we have spoken to psojple who haw been cured," said Anna Thomas, 74 of Port Angeles, Wash. "I have talked! 'to people who had cancer, emphysema, and they were cured." She added that Agpaoa, in' a psychic operation the day be- 'ore, drew a tumor from below «• right eye. Her fcompamion Margaret Bowker, 68, of Wcs Seattle, Wash., said Agpaoa psychically opened her abdomen lo draw out a core of dis eased- fleslh and gave her no pain nor Mt a scar. She hopec Agpaoa could restore her righ arm, deformed by a com bitoation 1 of shingles and a fall. The Philippines Medical As sociiation has demanded a gov ernment mvesligatipn of the faith healers' practices but s far no action has been taken The TouriS, Department has enthusiastically supported th healers as an attraction to the ailing. "It is their money, if the: Want to spend it," says Be mondo Reyes, the commission er of immigration. The healev'.i method is sligh and deceptively simple. At i recent meeting in the home o Mrs. Lourdes Sanvictores, a holder of a- doctor of philosoph; degree in economics and a uni versity professor, healer Vir gilio Gutierrez operated on hal a dozen persons in about an our. Mrs. Sanvictores, an K- .husiast, first passed out empty envelopes among the patients Before Gutierrez arrived. Al- .hough the healers claim they accept no fees, those in attendance knew the envelopes were :or money to be given as "love offerings." On a good night at a private home, Gutierrez, who gcholl Casuals canjivewitli-, Smartly styled to flatter the feminine foot . . . comfortably. Scho-Pcds from Scholl. Beautifully supple glove leathers. Soft-stepping soles. Relaxingly firm support. Feeling great and Jppjcing good! also has his own clinic, collects 75 to $150. Gutierrez -appeared wearing tock trousers and polo shirt, le placed a Bible on I table. Je had no instruments, only >lastic pans filled with water, some absorbent colllon and a container or coconut oil. He worked quickly. On a makeshift cot In Mrs. Sanvlctores 1 study, Gloria Espl- nosa, 50, lay, baring her back. Gutierrez kneaded it, bathing it n coconut oil. She jaid she suffered from caldflcatiion of the spine and had gotten no'relief from doctors. She rose insisting she felt slightly better. She was followed by Maria Dolores Piascuad, 65 and b Gutierrez tenderly kneaded her brows and temple, occ* sionally touching the pages o the Bible. Mrs. Pascual rose after 10 minutes still sightless. A young woman took Mrs. 'aBcual's place on the bed. The woman had a goiter. Gutierrez mcadcd her neck and then as he two dozen people in the small room edged closer to the icd to see, -appeared to plunge lis finger into a small bloody opening. From a piece of ct*:-on, Gutierrez dwppcd a small jit of flesh, apparently extracted from the hole, into a pan of water. The pan was promptly whisked away, line flesh disposed of. Tire healer wiped her fleck dean of blood. There was now no sign the skin had opened. Agpaoa and Gutierrez say they do not know how they perform these operations. Agpaoa won't concede he can open a body bloodlessly. "It is a materialization," he said. MOUNDS MAIL ZALES JiWELIIlI Our People Make Us Number One Elegant gift wrap at no extra charge. 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