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Page 22 Pharos-Tribune, Logansport, Indiana, Sunday, March 20, 1988 Jackson's Spectacular Return Takes Audience By Storm Reading Olympics Franklin Elementary held a reading Olympics called "Go For The Gold" February 17 thorugh March 17. A total of 332,273 pages were read by the 363 students who participated, an average of 915 pages per child. All winners received a certificate and a USA Reading medal. Pictured are the gold, silver, and bronze medalists in each Study Indicates Unanticipated Spread Of The AIDS Virus BLOOMINGTON, Ind. (AP) A preliminary study by Indiana University's Kinsey Institute indicates heterosexuals may be more at risk of contracting AIDS than previously suspected. The study indicates a potentially significant "crossover" between the gay and heterosexual communities, said Dr. June Reinisch, director of the Kinsey Institute for Research in Sex, Gender and Reproduction. "Boundaries between heterosexuals and homosexuals are either nonexistent or much lower than people believe," she said Friday. The deadly AIDS virus has been widely associated with homosexuals and intravenous drug-users since it first was diagnosed in 1981. However, in the last two years health officials have warned that acquired immune deficiency syndrome is moving into the general population by way of the sexual partners of bisexual men and intravenous drug users. Reinisch cautioned that the study is preliminary and that more detailed research on American sexual behavior would be necessary before the spread into the "general public or INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - Contented Michael Jackson fans streamed out of Market Square Arena singing the performer's praises and claiming that, local bias aside, the Gary native cannot be beat. "A lot of people like John Cougar Mellencamp because he's from Seymour," said Randy Wetzel, 14, a Jackson fan from Mellencamp's hometown."But Michael is so powerful he doesn't have to rely on that." Jackson appeared Friday night in the first of two shows in Indianapolis during his soldout world tour. "Michael's happy to be back in his home state of Indiana," said his manager Frank Dileo. Tony Colbert of Indianapolis, a cheerleader for the Indiana Pacers basketball team, glanced around the packed arena (the Pacers' home) and mused that the feeling was mutual. "Michael's being here brings a tingle to everyone's body. He's a part of everybody," he said. Greg Smiley, 33, of Indianapolis, who said he was in no mood to see basketball stars after Indiana University's loss in first-round NCAA play, claimed Jackson was just the remedy for basketball blues. "I think he put a little more effort into playing for the hometown crowd," said Smiley. "It was so good it almost made up for today's IU basketball loss. Almost." heterosexual community" could Debra Clark, 30, a native of be accurately determined. Jackson's northern Indiana CindyMills/Pharos-Tribune grade. Row one (L-R) Eric Klepinger, Lindsay Enders, Crystal Gibbs, Nathan Easley, Kristen Lowry, Susie Vaughn, John Wicker, and JayeDee Painter. Row two (L-R) Eric Courtney, Chris Delp, Suze Bauman, Joanna Hartman, Danielle Miller, and Glendon Morris. Row three (L-R) Alix Naftzger, Natalie Rodd, and Jennifer Schroder. Not pictured is Ryon Courtney. JERRY WEESE AUCTIONEERING and APPRAISALS Idaville (219)278-7174 LINCOLN AUCTION GALLERY Every Friday Evening Consignments wanted-bring most everything. One item or house full, estates, business, moving, clean-up, etc. 219-f 99-6443 We Sell Everything! Buying & Selling Daily PUBLIC AUCTION Located at 416 Sycamore Ct., Galveston, Indiana Wednesday March 23.1988 atl:OOP.M. Household & Miscellaneous Items Penn Crest no frost ref./freezer; Frigidaire washer & dryer; Magic Chef small chest type freezer; Litton Microwave; kitchen table & 4 chairs; oak glass door china cabinet; Seth Thomas mantel clock; sofa; end tables; 2 bookcases; small gateleg table; vinyl swivel rocker; rocker/recliner; floor lamp; hanging lamp; pictures; table lamps; small Duncan Phyfe table w/6 chairs; small smoking stand; console Singer sewing machine; shadow box; 3 pc.old bedroom suite; cedar chest; Hump back trunk; 3 pc. blonde bedroom suite; old sewing rocker; bedroom lamps; few quilts; window fan; window air conditioner; linens; old violin & case; guitar; jewelry; card table; elect, broom; old manual typewriter; metal shelves; small metal file cabinet; vaporizer; small electrical appliances; step stool; utility cart; misc. kitchen wares; heatlamp; books; 12 place setting Community Plate stainless steel; 4' wood step ladder; 6' alum, step ladder; 19" Lawn-Boy trim mower; Jenn-Air grill; and other misc. items Terms; Cash or check Not responsible for accidents Food available O r goods after sold Leora C.Clem Estate Auctioneer: Carl Johnson Galveston, IN 219-699-6756 Johnson Auctions AUCTIONEER'S OF HOUSEHOLD-ANTIQUES FARM-LIQUIDATIONS ESTATES BY Tim Cowell 889-4165 of PUBLIC AUCTION FRIDAY, APRIL 8,1988: 12:30 P.M. LOCATION: The Cass County Highway Garage, l'/ 2 miles north Logansport, Indiana on State Road 17. TRACTORS: 1978 Allis Chalmers 7020, cab, heater; 1964 IHC 2806, cab, heater; 1949 Ford 8N, good tractor; CIVIL DEFENSE TRUCKS: 1951 Dodge % ton (military), runs; 1952 Dodge 3 /.i ton (military), runs; 1954 Dodge % ton (military), runs; 1954 Dodge % ton (military), salvage; Misc. % ton parts for military trucks; EQUIPMENT: V-4 Wisconsin engine, runs goods; Bean Royal piston sprayer pump; 2 cyl. air compressor w/gas engine on trailer w/10 gallon paint tank; IHC model 1000 sickle bar mower, very good; White model F6 asphalt kettle, like new; Cooper 45 rodding machine w/5 HP engine; Simo model 34-sickle grinder; model 102 Jersey spreader; 500 gallon spray tank; 1-10,000 gallon storage tank; 3 overhead fuel tanks; used air conditioner for tractor cab; NEW PARTS: Bearings, Bushings, Seals, many misc. parts for IHC 345 engine; exhaust pipes and muffler, gasket kits; Brake shoes; MISC. PARTS: Acetylene and Oxygen gauges and hose; control cables; box of warning light parts; used west coast mirrors; 4-heavy duty coasters; barrel pumps; 2-IHC T698 5 speed transmissions w/beil housing and clutch assembly for 9 litre engine; 1--T698 5 speed transmission; 1 box T698 parts; 1-lot used springs; BRIDGE MAT. & PIPES: 5-16' Bridge rail, 4' high; 30'of 24" pipe; 10'of 45" pipe; l-26'x5' flat bottom pipe; ]-7'x36" flat bottom pipe; l-12'x5' flat bottom pipe; l-8'x40" boiler plate pipe; l-15'x60 boiJer plate pipe; 320'of 6", 10", 12", and 15" pipe; l~lot misc. items; I-BEAMS: 15-10" & 15" x 30' long; 2-20" x 20' I-beams; 8-8" & 10" x 12' I-beams; 5-12" & 15" x 10' I-beams; 1-lot scrap I-beams; COPY MACHINE: l~Royal RoyFax Bond copier-130R, works good; Large lot of outside Christmas decorations. Items may be seen at the Cass County Highway Garage from 7:00 A.M. to 3:00 P.M., Monday through Friday. OWNERS: CASS COUNTY HIGHWAY & CIVIL DEFENSE Terms: CASH orCHECK With Proper I.D. Not Responsible For Accidents HENRY SCHRADER, Auctioneer Ray Harpster Estate Auction Due to the death of Ray Harpster, we will sell the following personal property located south of Winamac on St.Rd. 119 to Base Rd. "S"' go south 2 miles to 600S; turn right 2 miles to 200W; 1st farm on left. Watch for auction signs on Saturday, March 26,1988 10:30 A.M. TRACTORS, SILAGE & FARM EQUIPMENT, Etc D-15 Allis Chalmers, like new rubber, power shift wheels; Co-Op E-3 tractor; Kelley 400 loader w/bucket & blade; 8x15 dual wheel homemade implement trailer; small 2 wheel trailer; Garber clover seeder, 2 bushel, PTO; 14" hammer mill w/screens; PTO field sprayer; 10' New Idea Easy Flow Spreader; Allis Chalmers silo filler; J.D. Van Brunt wood grain drill; 7' trailer type sickle mower; 200 bushel gravity wagon; 16' aluminum harvest handler portable elevator; New Idea 2 wheel tractor manure spreader; 6' Case flaU chopper model 645; 3 point sub-soiler; 2 wood box forage wagons; Case field chopper w/hay & corn heads; 4 bar PTO hayrake; mounted rotary hoe; 4 section spike tooth harrow; large Myers piston pump; 2 large cattle or hog waterer tanks; PTO log saw; cement mixer w/electric motor; Troy Bilt tiller, Pony, like new; Lincoln 180 amp welder; air compressor, 1/4 h.p.; small forge; post drill; large anvil; lawn roller; 6" edger; pump jack; belts; pulley; normal small tools found around the farm.... ANTIQUES, HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE & APPLIANCES... Painted Sellars oak kitchen cabinet; mahogany china cabinet; dining room table and six chairs, rose decor back; 6 sided stand; woven seat and back rocking chair; kerosene finger lamp; unique walking stick; porch swing; market basket; oak picture frame & beveled mirror; flat top trunk; "Handy" miniature kerosene lamp; Royal Ruby punch set; complete lard press; tea cart; 3 piece Kroehler oak bedroom suite; Philco electric range; goldtone Westinghouse refrigerator/freezer; G.E. washer (white); colored television; older chest freezer; 50's sofa set; brass stand; wood storage cabinet; small wood desk; 1930's bedroom suite; 50's chrome kitchen set; books & book shelf; swivel rocker; lawn chairs; Hoover broom; Sears Powermate; pots & pans, linens, towels, etc NOTE: We will sell antiques, household & appliances until 12 noon then break away to sell farm equipment. Terms: Cash or good check w/proper I.D. . Lunch Served Smith 435 Northwest Street Winamac, Indiana 46996 auctions all tvpes, any size Robert E. Smith, Auctioneer Ph.: [2191 946.3712 or 3C26 hometown, said she had no qualms about picking up the $22.50 ticket price, but did not as unconditionally welcome the singer. "It would be nice if he'd come to Gary," said Clark. "If he felt that good about coming ,home, then he would come home.'' Nearly 100 security guards surveyed the clean-cut crowd, which spanned generations and cut across racial lines. Fans cheered as the 29-year-old singer opened the show with "Wanna Be Startin' Something." The spectacular show included a seven-piece band, four dancers and four backup singers. The enthusiastic crowd applauded full-scale production numbers, featuring a disappearing act, Jackson's famed moonwalk dance step and several costume changes. "All us kids wanted to be here," said 59-year-old Bob Sibert of Pendleton. "Actually I saw a guy older than me in the bathroom, but he was on his way to the symphony." Jackson lookalike Carlos Pope, clad in the singer's trademark sunglasses, and friend Maurice Young, both of Indianapolis, noted another case of second childhood. "I don't think he had that much of a childhood," said Young. "He started having it during his "Thriller" ablum and what's wrong with that?" Echoing Young's support, Pope added, "He's a role mode] in the way he dances, sings and in everything. He's got his own style and it's not like anyone else's." Jackson closed the show with the song "Man in the Mirror," whose ascension to the No. 1 spot the charts has made Jackson the first artist ever to produce and album with four No.) singles. "Michael has just found out and he's especially excited to be performing tonight," Ms. O'Connor said in a telephone interview from Los Angeles hours after Billboard Magazine's announcement Friday afternoon. A tour official said the 29- year-old, who is touring solo for the first time, has met with favorable media reviews and public approval throughout his stint on the road. "He blows people away," said the organizer. "It's a terrific show and the audience reaction has been wonderful." "Michael has not been feeling well, but he's doing better and happy to be performing tonight," said publicist Maureen O'Connor. Jackson was forced to cancel a performance at the St. Louis Arena Monday on doctors' orders. Sale Calendar Mar. 20—Tom & Carrie Maxson Doug Davies Mar. 23—Leora Clem Estate Carl Johnson Mar. 26—Ray Harpster Estate Auction Smith Auctions Mar. 26—Ed Boone Owner Dewaine Davies Apr. 1—Franklin D. & Doris E. Nelson Rinehart Apr. 8—Cass County Highway Henry Schrader Apr. 8—Cass Co. Hwy & Civil Defense Owners .. .Schrader Auctions Then think of Maple Grove Liquidators We do auctions everywhere We are Licensed - Bonded - Insured Experienced and have the know-how Ourspecialtylsbusinesses-industries-stores-shops-estates, etc. We also have weekly auctions at Lincoln Auction Galleries Fri Eves Ph 2 ' 9 ~ 6 "- 6585 Come ° n over uanenesr naves Ph219 . 699 . 6 4 43 H , w everything Maple Grove Liquidators PUBLIC AUCTION Winamac, Indiana Mr. Boone has sold his farm and will be moving into a small apartment, and will sell the following personal property. LOCATED, 7 miles West of Winamac on state road 14 to county road 700 West, then South to county road 600 South, or state road 119 to Pulaski then West of Pulaski on county road 550 South to 700 West, then South one half mile to auction, (watch for Davis auction signs) Saturday-March 26,1988 10:OOA.M. (E.S.T.) fast time Antiques and Primitives Cider press; corn shelter; Hot Blast wood burning stove; iron kettle stand; cream can; coal bucket; 2 copper boiler; kraut cutter; old dinner be)!; cross cut saw; lanterns; crocks; washboard; scythe; assortment of barrels; 2 buggy wheels; flower stand; old chiids sled; TOYS- Buddy L fire engine; tin bulldozer & payloader; chiids rocker; doll rocker; assortment of tins; coca cola cooler; erector set tin case; DeLaval cream separator; assortment of wood chairs; oval picture frame; 2 bent back chairs; GLASSWARE- many pc's of depression glass; wire egg basket; misc antiques and collectables to numerous to mention. Household Coldspot chest freezer; grandfather clock, walnut finish; dining room table w/bivel glass top, and 4 matching chairs also mirror top table; gas heating stove; 2 pc curved sectional; small chest of drawers; 2 dressers; floor lamps; Galaxy floor fan; aquarium; 2 bird cages; several boxes of silverware; lamp; 2 tier flower stand; metal shelving; roaster; pressure cookers. Plus several household utnesils, pots and pans. Implements, Garden, Lawn and Shop Tools Steel wheel grain drill; 2 row rotary hoe (AC mount); 3 section spring tooth; 3 stock tanks; 24 ft. wood extension ladder (good condition); lots of rough sawn walnut; Mustang riding lawn mower; Jacobsen power trimmer; 3 h.p. rototiller; 2 wheel lawn trailer w/tilt bed; conracter's wheel barrow; utility Wheel barrow; garden tractor snow plow; garden tractor tire chains; McCulIoch chainsaw; Ram 7" power saw; Power Kraft jig saw w/por(able stand; work bench; portable air compressor; spray gun; foot, tire pump; car ramps; hydraulic jack; saw horses; double bit axe; misc shovels, rakes and forks; pipe wrenches; 21 pc. socket set; 2 jack stands; several hand tools: 2 large tarps; sewer fish tape; 2 bicycles; boat pump. Several misc items too numerous to mention. Auction note; Plan to attend this auction, a lot of old and unusual items many of which we are still finding. Ed Boone, Owner Dewain Davis - Auctioneer Winamac, Indiana 219-946-4015 Lunch by Deb & Neils Country Kitchen i IAX SHELIERED EARNINGS LOGANSPORT FDIC WALTON GALVESTON

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