The Wichita Eagle from Wichita, Kansas on May 24, 1973 · 22
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The Wichita Eagle from Wichita, Kansas · 22

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Thursday, May 24, 1973
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' i l v P( 22A THE WICHITA EAGLE Thursday May 24 1973 f i ' i t i ' Ed Pettit has this thing about pyramids He says they r drlay rot enhance growth and heal cuts But he isn’t selling pyramids or even kits to ‘ construct pyramids He simply likes to talk about the casual experimenting he has done and the extraordinary results he is discovering Pettit Oklahoma City an inventor who has sold camera ' equipment devices to Kodak 1 was in Wichita Wednesday to ’ address the Wichita UFO Study Club ‘TVK ALWAYS been fascinated by them ' (pyramids)" Pettit said in a ' telephone interview “Then my wife bought the book ' ‘Psychic Discoveries Behind - the Iron Curtain’ and it J included a portion on pyramids and basic designs” j Pettit said he constructed a small pyramid and among : other things discovered that if he placed a razor blade in it - — aligned north and south — the blade sharpens He has placed sunflower plants in hu pyramids and they grow like weeds He bought some standard tomato plants from a store (' put them in a pyramid until after the frost season then lanted them They are the Ithiest tomato plants in his arden already bearing ilooms he says “THERE’S definitely some riwer in pyramids although cant really explain what it is" he said “I’ve even detected some healing power in it” he added Pettit explained that he cut his thumb nearly to the bone on a power saw Ignor- ing his wife’s advice to see a doctor he put his hand under a small cardboard pyramid ' for IS minutes a night for three nights It healed he said leaving 1 only a trace of a scar “Whenever I have a sinus headache” he told about 125 persons attending his lecture at the Twentieth Century Club “I just go into a pyramid and close the door for 10 or 15 minutes” PETTIT HAS dozens of the sale of a springtime bra to shapeto separate Cross over nylon Lace Bra with cotton lined cups Nylon and spandex elastic sides and back to adapt to your figure Perma-Prest for easy washing In Natural and contour cups and popular sizes $550 D-Cup Bra 2 for $8 Sale price in effect 3 days only Charge it on Sears Revolving El) PETTIT AND SAMPLE PYRAMIDS Three-week-old steak preserved pyramids in his home and workshop ranging from six inches to six feet and constructed of various materials He said 200 or 300 persons have visited him many of them asking to sit in the large pyramids “They say the air seems fresher and cooler and they feel cut off from the neighborhood" Pettit told the audience He said he has slept in one of his pyramids and he seems to get more rest with less sleep “There are many mysteries about the Great Pyramid (in Egypt) that are not explained” he said “But there seems to be some kind of force in a pyramid that produces these effects I and about 50000 others are trying to find out what is behind the force”- IN ONE experiment Pettit left a piece of steak in a pyramid for several weeks Although -the meat dehydrated and became hard it did not decompose Stiff Photo “I hope to put it in water one day and see if it will come back as a nice tender steak” he - said in - an interview before the lecture Later he told the audience that one experiment with the meat ended in disaster when the family dog ate it “He ate the first piece of mummified meat in a long time” he quipped t - In other experiments Pettit has placed onions and garlic in the large pyramids and closed the door “When I went in later there was absolutely no smell When we brought the garlic out it smelled up the room in a matter of minutes” Pettit also purifies water by setting containers in a pyramid He used it for his plants — and claims they do better with it — and for his wife’s iron apparently with no adverse effects PETTIT TOLD the audience that the power in tin pyramid seems to rest a third of the way up from the base and- directly below the apex Natural-Contour-Cups Regular $450 Charge Equipment Sales Some By GLENDA HOLDER and JIM VEON Staff Writers Despite the fuel shortage and reports of difficulty in obtaining fuel farmers apparently are going ahead with planned equipment purchases However farmers who switch from gasoline to diesel-burning equipment face a special problem At least two major distributors of diesel fuel are limiting their sales to regular customers A shortage of gasoline and other farm 'fuels couldn't have come at a worse time according to farmer Gary Harms of Whitewater Harms who recently had been refused a shipment of gasoline by his usual supplier said a critical shortage of fuels could keep farmers from completing their normal production and harvesting cycle Harms said his normal supplier of farm fuels was Frank Epp owner of the Deep Rock outlet at Elbing Kan Epp said Harms' order was not the only one he had refused “Ther earepeople around here crying for gasoline” he explained EPF DESCRIBED his position as being “between a rock and a hard spot” The suppliers he explained have limited his shipments to a quota based on his last year’s sales Sales at the outlet last year totaled about 800000 gallons ” - i$k Vm SIX EXOTING WEEKS (April 1621 April 23-28 April 30-May 5 May 7-12 May 14-19 and May 21-26) 1st PRIZE yamahaW Street Machine Yamaha’s exciting G7S Is a powerful fully street-equipped machine for hours of on and off-the-road fun “Someday you'll own a Yamahal" Provided by Jim’s Import Cycle Wichita Kansas 5-3rd PRIZES New Sensational 3 Wheel “Skeeler” Skates plus GRAND PRIZE ££ 1301 OLDS Imagine a leisurely drive (25 MPH top speed) through town with your best girl in this eye-catching “Horseless Carriagel” Everyone who enters “Miles of Smiles” will be eligible even if you win another prize ( Winner to be drawn week of May 28) Go On Undiminished Farmers “Because of that I’ve been given an allotment of about 47000 gallons a month for this year Last year in June I sold 87000 gallons” Epp said Epp said June is always his biggest month for gasoline sales He agreed with Harms that June was the month in which farmers were in their fields the most But the fuel shortage apparently has not deterred area farmers from purchasing additional farm equipment particularly diesel-burning machinery local farm equipment dealers said Wednesday FRANK HOLT marketing manager of Foley Tractor Co said there has been no change in the demand for equipment “We’ve discussed the shortage with them but most of them are going ahead and buying the machinery telling us they can get the fuel at a price" When asked if sales personnel were informing buyers that there night be dificulty in obtaining fuel for new equipment Nor an Sauder of Sauder-Lygrisse said “Absolutely not We have heard of no indication one way or the other that there is a fuel shortage The only thing we know about it is what we read in your newspaper” He added that -there had been on change in the amount of equipment sold A spokesman at Sedgwick County Equipment Co said there has been neither We’re 5-2nd Western Flyer “Galaxy” 10 speed Bicycles The perfect bike for family fun and exercise Famous Western Auto quality and value Are Feeling Fuel Pinch decrease nor increase in sales of farm equipment and would make no comment on whether sales personnel are advising urchasers of the possible ifficulty in obtaining fuel HOWEVER SPOKESMEN for two major oil companies said this morning there will be a definite problem in supplying new diesel customers Rationing of diesel fuel was begun' last winter by some companies “We have pretty much a set policy in that we decided we could take care of customers We have had previously” Rod Taylor public affairs representative for American Oil Co at Kansas City said Representatives of the company met with each distributor and “went through his accounts from last year” Taylor said “We will sell the agent 100 per cent of what he sold last year but we will not accept new customers “There is just not enough to go around — we are running out” he continued “We feel a moral obligation to take care of the customers we have had in the past and if we accept new customers that would mean we could not take care of our regular customers” The policy of Phillips Petroleum Co is much the same George Durham public information officer for Phillips at Bartlesville Okla explained “We are going to do everything in our power to accommodate the customers celebrating GIVEAWAY (What’s PRIZES 3-4th PRIZES Children’s Western Flyer “Husky’ Tricycles otdad by Papal-Coil we have had previously and the last I heard was that we weren’t taking on any new customers” Durham said T1IE POSSIBILITY of a shortage of liquefied propane (LP) gas remains according to a spokesman at Earle Wright Jr LP Gas He said there has been no increase in the number of customers serviced and added that he if s locally sponsored) EVERY WEEK 14 LUCKY WINNERS (you might be one I) ENTER NOW Pick up a carton or case of Pepsi and enjoy life with the Pepsi generation Don’t forget your Miles of Smiles” entry blank (They're free wherever Pepsi is sold and no purchase is necessary) Remember the is a LOCAL GIVEAWAY and lots of prizes to win during the six weeks JUST YOUR NAME AND ADDRESS on an official entry blank or reasonable facsimile mailed to “Miles of Smiles” P0 Box 196 Wichita Kansas 67201 and you're eligible 10 winl Enter often enter the whole familyl OFFICIAL RULES 1 Mnt im urn and addnai m Mi afty Mink Mm Mi ft im if yaw Nri Mir mt i tiara ob 2 and imK ri that wy I Mm ha aaaidad lor Dm waaha at AM 21 Aral 22-S April 30-Hiy 1 lit ME May 14-11 ntf Mw 2H Till Gland Pin ti la UM OMi Ihpfca vi to whM during Mk of My a I W warn lor aadi wi wS ha atiactid (ram antriaa ncaiwd Mt Mar than nddnhht ol Sahnday lor M waak Whnan wR I atirakd hy BndM Mail h W tMMM ol Lag id WNlihiri he 4 M MMkM il i MV an tiHMa la antir Each My la NjaNa la vh ana M aria M rtrira an MifiMa Hit u Kwta caumiaimvai i ML Marion wESSqr Mum 1 Mtfa IM a( Smdaar Gramy la ap la moon EXCOT anyiSwa af ha hyaMtia MM Conawy of Wehda liMn and advartirini awnr 7 YOU MAY ENTER AS OFTEN AS YOU UKE Enfey Manta aiaaMM Maw FMCskli acid In Ihd 12 court Pipti ftancMM Ah iMM at hpti Mhng FM and tadm wahouiai (of a naaonNa Mndb May ha madll A IM of wianan and ha mada awhtia ta thou it- All prizes to be awarded OFFICIAL ENTRY BLANK-—— I I I Mail to: Papal’ 75th Annivaraary “Milaa ol SmUas” PoitOftlca Box 190 Wichita Kansas 67201 NAME (PRINT) ADDRESS- CITY- -STATE TELEPHONE NUMBER- (DEALERS NAME WHERE PEPSI PURCHASED lotting Co of Whchit Inc undw appnntnwit “hopes” the company will be able to continue serving those persons A-One Propane Gas Co is “trying to take care of our old customers" a spokesman for the company said However he added there is already a shortage of LP gas — “we have about 80 per cent of the amount we had last year” more NFanm yicicdy af WaMa ha Unm courM (ram PapiiCo Inc Purthata NY ' 1 A i t t f U H : i SEARS TWIN LAKES IO M la I p- Maa tfcra Fri IS IB la a p-m Sal — 1 la Siia PHONE Ulllil Sears SEARS BOULEVARD 1:10 M la pja Ma- Dm bl 1 I I BBk SwhU PHONE MS-2211 IF4M 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