Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on June 6, 1973 · Page 24
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i June 6, 1973 Tank mmo PARK, caiif. (Wi) — Stanford Research Institute, one of the nation's most prestigious t( think tanks," is into the world of psychic phenomena. Institute' physicists Dr. Harold E. Puthofff and Russell fatg recently concluded work Ufi Geller, an Israeli magician, and are currently observing Ingo Swaitrt, 39, a New York artist. Swann, referred to the institute by the American Society of Psychical Research** apparently can perturb the operation of a shielded magna tofneter,'* Puthoff says.' Whatever Swann does, doubtful he sensational Geller. can upstage performance it's the of Controlled Conditions OeMefj & controversial figure with a Europe, wide was following subjected in to several studies under controlled laboratory conditions Which were recorded on film. In one, (Seller was asked to Identify pictures in a sealed envelope. The pictures 5 were drawn on a file card when Geller was .not at the institute. The pictures, simple drawings of airplanes, houses and the like, were sealed in two envelopes and placed in a locked safe. The drew seven scientists said "almost Geller exact" reproductions of the pictures. Geller, an intense man with black hair, was also Subjected to the "dice box" experiment. T h o scientists placed a dice iti a rfletal box and shook it. No observer in the room knew what number came up but, the institute said, Geller was able to give the correct answer the eight times the experiment was performed. The probability of this hap- 1s million, according and Targ. The testing of Geller was not Without its controversy. One national magazine claimed to have "exposed" the experiments by having another magician do them. Not so, said the institute: none of the tricks he did Were like those Geller performed. , Both Puthoff and Targ, who performed the study for some undisclosed 'orm foundations and ell, drew no sweeping conclusions from their work. "Wc do not claim that cither of these men has psychic powers," they said. "Wc have observed certain phenomena for which wc have no scientific explanation. Alt wc can say at this point is that further investigation is deafly warranted. Our work is only in the preliminary stages." ,1 Targ, who has A bftckgrouni! In amateur magic himself, MM the scientists were flwafe mat many purported psychics have resorted to trickery. That, he said, is one, reason everything was conducted under rigidly controlled conditions. J* V Yasunart Kawabate tft Japan M the, first Oriental to win LUenaitore 1068. 'I ' FOOD STORES SALES DATES JUNE 7-8-9 ********** 1 '•to** Pity \ ****** ft* " n fl» Inc. J P72 USDA Inspected Fresh Whole or Family KNOXVILLE Korn Smoked, Fully Cooked Top Quality Always 3 lb. or more pkg. 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Thus it may be worth imported Italian marble and much more than its apparent Stalk SOFT MARGARINE I 4 1* containing a 12th floor convention hall, t was to be the headquarters of a military bank in which South" * Vietnamese soldiers' compulsory savings were deposited. When a military magazine charged money was being embezzled from the fund, construction on the bank was r halted four months before completion. In the ensuing scandal, Defense Minister Nguyen Van Vy was fired and placed under house arrest along with 11 high-ranking officers. The government took over the liability and repaid the soldiers the amounts, which had been withdrawn from their jpay. Since the scandal broke more than 14 months ago, the uncompleted building has remained only a landmark. The Vietnam Credit government's Bank took the other over holdings of the compulsory savings fund—six firms, including an insurance company, a construction firm, a paper mill, a textile plant and a transportation and ; communications concern. But the Vietnam Credit Bank apparently decided the Military present value. The building was constructed on a site on broad Nguyen Hue', half a block from Saigon's river front, in the area where most of the city's tallest buildings have been erected. A large Japanese trading company maintains its Saigon headquarters a few doors away in another of the new high rise buildings and the considered a prime business offices. The attractiveness project to investors may further enhanced by a current shortage of office space in the city, which has sent rentals soaring., Fresh California -A A i 7 Gtns. Cello Red DISHES 1 p area is site for of the be Prehistoric Fish Win Legal Battle Against Rancher LAS VEGAS, Nev. (UPI) Prehistoric pupfish, survivors of the Ice Age living in the warm, murky wlaters of Devil's Hole in Death Valley, won a water rights battle Tuesday against a millionaire rancher. U.S. Distriet Court Judge Bank building was beyond its!Roger Foley ordered Francis RED & WHITE BREAD T sl;i FLAVORKIST SANDWICH 1 Vz -Lb. Loaf Four Varieties--_Pkg. 20 -ct. Pkg.__ COOKIES GLAD FAMILY TRASH FOOD WRAP GLAD WRAP \T. ..... 29* OUR VALUE BROOMS A Each Co* s GREEN or GOLD or. TUMBLERS needs or capacities. Even computing its value is difficult. Construction began in June, 1970, when South Vietnam's pia'ster was valued at 118 to the dollar. Subsequently the exchange rate went to 275 piasters to the dollar and before work was suspended the exchange rate was more than 400 piasters to the dollar. Cost ?5 Million Cost of construction completed on the building plus *labor contributed by Army Engineers is believed to be about $5 million at current exchange rates. 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