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SUNDAY, JUNE S..1962 THE PHAEOS-TRffiUNE and LOGANSPORT PRESS, LOGANSPORT,, INDIANA PAGE TWENTY-THKEE 54. Farm Equipment H International with cultivators, good condition. Deer Creek 1730. John Mylet, Camden. , STOR-MOR bins, dryer bins, batch dryer, balk tanks. Ph. Logansport 56825 or see Dale Davidson, Metea. " SOMETHING tor the farm? Over 7,000 farm families read the Pharos-Tribune and Press dailyl Sell or buy profitably through the want-ads. Phone 4141. ALLIS-Chalmers sales, service, parts. Neff Implement Co., Rochester. Phone CA-3-2350. SMILEY POLE BUILDINGS CALL B. W. EICHTER DEER CREEK 3214 after 6 p.m. 55. livestock 300 HOLSTEIN CALVES Choice—Select from 300-500' Ibs. priced for quick sale. Logansport Livestock Yards. 6197. John Case, Rep. FOR SALE: Milk goats. All ages Ph. 40013. PUREBRED Angus heifer, phone 2072 Royal Center. 63. Automobiles for Sal* 1962 Chev. 2, radio, heater. Twelve Mile 2431 after 4:30. 59 Ford Galaxie retractable hardtop, power steering, brakes, practically like new. J1595. Ph. 56360.' , . CAR PAYMENTS TOO HIGH? Protect your credit. .Trade, down to smaller or no payments. See Max Frazee at Frazee Ford Corners. Phone 967-4151, Rts. 18 and 75, Flora, Ind. , 64. Trucks For Sale FOR SALE, or trade, 1953 Ford 2- ton, new tires, motor, clutch, battery. 831 S. Cicott. 65, Motorcycles—Scooters 1961 ALL STATE compact motor- scooter. Phone 2797 Twelve Mile. FACTORY AUTHORIZED NEW CAR DEALERS CHEVROLET OPEN gilts and boars. R. Cuthbert, 2 miles north of-Galveston on U. S. 35. Four young ewes. Ph. 40346. WELCH mare pony, will trade lor livestock. Phone 40511. 37 feeder pigs, approximately 50 Ibs. Phone 967-3543, Flora. 29 pigs. Coy Best, 6 miles north of Burnettsville. BuffaU»)278-3483. STARTED feeder pigs. John H. . Wilson Bunker Hill, Ind. Phone Galveston 15012. ' . 60 Hamp pigs. Phone 826-2060 Burnettsville. Gordon Landis. Call after 5 p.m. 29 head Holstein 'heifer calves, calfhood vaccinated. Walton 2754, 2513. SPOTTED Poland China yearling boar. Robert Martin, J /i mile west Burrows. FEEDER pigs. Call J. D. Lesh. Deer Creek 35 or 2112. • NO doubt one of our Durocs would solve your boar problem. Come and see. Howard Mutchler/ Kewanna. Curtiss Breeding Service Dudley D. Bridge Logan 3606—Royal Center 2185 Lucerne 1-2065 FOR large profits with feeder cattle, see Wertheimer 'Cattle Co. , Phone Camden 686-2793. YEAGER & SULLIVAN, Inc., guaranteed feeder pigs available at all times at Camden, Indiana. WE have buyers for good shoats. Royal Center Sale Barn. Phone 3755 or 2425. 56. Feeds, Seeds, Plants THE BEST Hybrid by 4 years' Testing for northern Ind. Soils- Ind. Cert. 219. J. E. Martin & Sons, Rt, 2 Walton Phones 2053 or 2058. MANN CHEVROLET Flora, Ind. . Phone 967-4123 Dillman Chevrolet—Ph. 4-0123 St. Bd. 25,'Clymers, Ind. C H RYSLER-PIYMO UTH-VAll ANT Hendrickson Motor Sales, Inc. 417 Third St. Ph. 5151 WSE Buick-Chevrolet-Ph. 4135 2nd at Broadway,, Logansport PONTIAC WASSON-BUICK-PONTIAC Delphi, Ind. Phone LO-4-3040 or LO-4-2415 RAMBLER R & R RAMBLER MOTORS 801 E. Main, Logansport • DODGE DART Thomas & Everman, 517 North St. Dodge, Darts, Dodge Trucks FORD-FALCON Johnson Ford Sales—Ph. 5103 25lh at E. Market. St., Logansport Winamac Motor Co.-Ph. 946-3119 214 Monticello St., Winainac, Ind. A "tree farm" is a privately owned area dedicated to growth of trees as a crop. LARGE gilts, farrow this month, immuned; Lindarin beans. Camden 686-2406. PLANT Funks-G, America's greatest hybrids. Joe Hinkle, Phone Walton 3402. 6 acres of alfalfa. Gruserimeyer. Phone 9069. FOR SALE: Lindarin and Clark soybeans raised from certified seed. Germ. 92%, Fagan Bros., Star City. CERTIFIED soybeans, non-certified. Elvin Sadler. Phone 56160. We have: • ^ SOYBEAN SEED Certified Lindarin $3.40 SOYBEAN INOCULATION 5 bu. size $ .50 25 bu. size 2.00 GUTWEIN'S SEED CORN A complete line of weed killers and soil insecticides. LESTER ELLIOTT Lucerne Phone 1-2221 REALGAS HIGH QUALITY LOWER PRICES 818 W. Market Hi-Way 24 Seventh and North IStb and Woodlawn Step Up To Modern Living Are repairs on that older home eating into your bank account? Do you pay rent over $60 a month? If the answer to these questions is yes, it's time to look into the savings we can give you with a brand new home you can call your own. Wayne Myers BUILDER OF NEW HOMES PHONC 3162 Reports On Servicemen Richard 0. Burns, 24i; whose wife, Sharon, lives at 1905 Spear st. Logansport, recently was promoted to specialist 'four while serving with "the U.S.. 'Army. Fi- nance.School/Fort Benjamin Harrison, Ind. Burns, /chief cashier' at the .school,•entered, the 'Army n December 1980"and completed 7asic training at Fort Leonard iVood, Mo. The son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur- F; Burns, Buffalo, ie is a 195B graduate of Royal. Center High School and a 1958 graduate of South Bend College of Commerce. Before entering the Army he was employed by Beck Tranfer in Logansport. Richard A. Justice, 24, son of Mr. and Mrs. Willis F. Justice, 4517 Pottawattomie road, Lo- ansport& recently was promoted ;o PFC in Hawaii where he is a member of the army signal corps. Justice and his wife, the former Sandra Jane Murray, are resding" at 1535 Miller Street, Honolulu, Hawaii. ; Fishermen Pay Fines In Local JP Court j Three fishermen were 'among seven persons fined Saturday in .he court of Justice of the Peace Don Freehafer; Rex Gregory, 814 E. Broadway and Paul. Farrell, 207 N. Cicott, were each fined $10 and costs for using a minnow seine during closed . season. Thomas Sowbers of Tipton, was assessed $25 and costs for fishing without a license. All were arrested by William Kerber, conservation officer. Speeders fined were Ed Lowry, 46, of Monticello, $1 and • costs; Kenenth Reeves, 30, Kokbmo, $10 and. costs; Edward Elpers, 31, 216 W. Ottawa, $5 and costs; Low.ry -was arrested May 25 by Trooper Glen Hosier Sot speeding in a 40,-mile zone, at Lake Cicott. Reeves, was cited by Harold Slush'er, Walton town marshal, for speeding in a 30-mile zone on May 26. Elpers was , arrested May 26 by Trooper Richard Keycs. Rayburn Pance, 28, of Eaton, Ohio, arrested Thursday by Corp. James Cresswell for operating an overweight truck, 3600 pounds, was fined $5 and costs and a civil penalty of $218. • CROSSWORD PUZZLE An!Wer to •*"*"*»>'* FURNITURE LOANS Lincoln Finance Company Mari* Smith, Mgr. Phon« 31*3 Side Dress NITRANA LIQUID NITROGEN CROP-MAKfR SOIL SERVICE Call Walton 371S Collect 59. Poultry DAY OLD Heavy and Light Breed Chicks. Started Leghorn Pullets. Hizer Hatchery, Grass Creek. AUTOMOTIVE 63. Automobiles for Sain 1956 PONTIAC convertible Star Chief. Royal Center 2074. 1981 FORD Fairlane "300" ' for sale. Call 66767 afler 4:30 p.m. • 1954 BUICK Cheap. Ph. 40346 1959 THUNDERBIRD convertible, white, 'A-l shape, priced right.. Ph. 583-3252, Monticello, evenings. 1954 Ford, Fordo'matic, hardtop. Fletcher Lake. Ph. Fulton UL- 7-3129. 1960 Dodge 4 door stalion wagon. Phone 5116. 1960 Ford 4 door slalion wagon. Phone" 5116.; 1953 Nash Rambler, clean, runs good cheap transportation. Ph. 53904. FOR SALE: I960 4-door Ford station wagon, 15,300 actual miles. Call 5559 after 6 p.m. 1931 ANTIQUE plymouth in good shape. Phone 86580. __ 1947 DODGE 2 door, very good condition. Phone Royal Center . 2079. . FOR SALE by owner-55 Olds; 4 ' door, Holiday. Excellent condition. Burnettsville 826-2402. $58.00 MOVES you into 45x10 Atlas (1962). Payments ((75,03. starting July 1st. Like new!! Johnson Trailer Sales, U.S. 35, 4 miles southeast. • • 1959 PLYMOUTH sedan, automat. ic. $800.00 or best offer. 1500 North. \ ptiwitiwttWMWtwtwtttttiwtwtwttitiwwwtHwmnmtwtttm! FAMOUS FRANCHISE GRANT NOW GUARANTEES SUCCESS With Refundable Investment Q UALIFY yourself for one o£ the country's most highly coveted paint franchises. Operate your franchise in conjunction with another' business on a^departracr.tal basis or establish a new career in retail sellingbyopening a new retail branch in this area. Immediate profits are a certainty through a unique advertising promotion. .Mary Carter Paint Co.,: one o£ the country's fastest growing paint manufacturers, offers these franchises with a sensational sales background.'Over 800 retail branches in 40 states arc now in operation. Based on the sales growth the past two years—Over $30,000,000. in • . sales are anticipated by the end of. 1962 and over 250 new franchises will be granted. Demands for these franchises throughout the country arc due largely to exceptional dealer benefits, such as: CASH'AND CARRY RETAIL BUSINESS-STOCK TURNOVER IN EXCESS OF 10 TIMES PER YEAR-JREE DELIVERY 'SERVICE-EXCLUSIVE FRANCHISE GRANT-INVESTMENT REFUNDABLE - ORtJANIZED SALES AND SERVICE PROGRAM - SPECIAL ADVERTISING AND MERCHANDISING PROGRAM'THAT CREATES IMMEDIATE HEAVY CUSTOMER. , TRAFFIC-NO FRANCHISE FEE OR ROYALTY ON SALES-COMPLETE TRAINING PROGRAM ON THE SELLING OF MARY CARTER PRODUCTS. , These dealer benefits help to guarantee your success and is one of the main reasons why Mary Carter: franchises are under constantdcmand. This can best bj| illustrated by the fact that the majority of the tradeareas throughout the United.States have »lready been 'ifranchiBcd. Your refundable investment amounts to $5,000 for inventory and $2,000 for operating capital. In some case* a lesser investment is possible. 1 This is an opportunity'for you to own your own business with a guarantee, of success. This may be the most important decision of your lifetime. For information contact: ' Mary Carter Paint Co. 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This government is work- ng for a large role for Communist East Germany in any such agency. West German Ambassador Wil- elm Grewe has been asked to confer \vith State Department officials Monday. He will hear U.S. suggestions for compromise be- iween .an. American plan for a 13- nation authority to operate the Berlin supply lines across East Germany ,and the West German plan to retain control in the hands Khrush Defends Increases MOSCOW' (AP)-iNikita Ehrush- ihev declared Saturday.that rath- ir than slash military spending, he Soviet government ordered itiff hikes in food prices to-ob- ain more money for farm mechanization. "I wouldn't say this is pleasant or the .people," Khrushchev commented, "but the people understand that this is far more unpleasant for the Central Commit- ee of the Communist party and "or the government." Friday the Kremlin ' announced price jincreases of. 30 per cent 'or meat and 25 per cent for but- er, both o£ which are in short supply. The Soviet premier admitted that a sort of inflation had crept nto the Soviet economy. He spoke at a meeting of 5,000 Young Communists and others called to the Kremlin to celebrate the comple- ion of a year's study by a group of Cuban industrial and agricultur. at technicians. "We miscalculated, so to speak," Khrushchev told his audi- ;nce. "Having good intentions, salaries were increased so much hat when we counted it all up it appeared that we had more money than goods produced in collec- .ive and state farms. Because of :his queues began to appear in ,'ne shops." Khrushchev said the party lea'd- ers had agreed with the price hike decision but said there were some speculators and grabbers who wouldn't like it, "It was- necessary to make this decision. We had no other way out," he asserted. Final PEATHS TURNPAUGH rites for . Mrs. Amanda Turnpaugh, 77, of 317 Wheatland, will be at two o'clock Sunday at the Fisher funeral home/ The Reverend W. H. Neeriemer will' officiate and burial will be in the Walton IOOF cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral Paratroopers Arrive KHOHAT, Thailand (AP) - A first detachment of 35 paratroop ers from New Zealand arrived lere Saturday to join the Royal New Zealand Air Force squadron ;hat arrived earlier last week. The unit, New Zealand's contribution loward. support of Thai- .and's armed forces, will be sent ,o Udorn, northeast'Thailand bordering strife-torn Laos, an embas- spokesman said. LONER Final services for William Loner, 78, of 1717 George, will be at 11 a.m. Monday at St. Joseph's church.' His son, the 'Reverenc Father George Loner, will officiate and burial will be in Mt, Calvary cemetery. Friends may call at the Kroegei funeral home. The Rosary wil' be,recited there at 7:30 tonight. MALOY Final services for Mrs. Grace Maloy, 71, of 1523, George, wil! be at two o'clock Monday at the Kroeger funeral home. The Rev erend Paul Grant will officiate and burial will be in Mt. Hope cemetery. Friends may call at the funera home. U.S. Asks W. Germans To Revise Access Plan Royal Center Church Class To Convene At Coleman Home R0YAL CENTER — The Mizpah class of the EUB church will entertained at the home o£ Mrs. Maymc Coleman Wednesday, June 6. Mrs. Lillian Stover has .returned home after several days visit with her son and family at Seattle, Washington. She also attended the "World's Fair" while there. Mr, and Mrs. Charles Hoth of Georgetown, 111., and Mr. and Mrs, Harry Hoth and" family ot Wheaton, ill.,- were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Hoth Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs.' James Rader- storf have returned their sons home after at Phoenix, ! the Big Four powers. Secretary of State Dean Rusk vidently is trying to find a for- ula for negotiation, with. Russia i the access problem which ould promote an East-West ef- )rt to settle the whole Berlin' dis- ute. His efforts so far have been ompletely unsuccessful as far as ie Russians are concerned.'They ave neither responded to his ar- ess suggestion nor modified in ny way their demands for with- rawal of U.S., British and French roops from West Berlin. • , The Kennedy administration's earch for a Berlin agreement has ed to some loss of confidence by 'est German Chancellor Konrad denauer in'the'ultimate purposes E the United Slates. President Kennedy and Rusk feel some steps lust be taken to restore the West erman leader's reassurance. Rusk, therefore, is going to West ermany late this month to tell denauer that while the adminis- ration is seeking to discover a means of accommodation with .ussia it will never yield on the ital interests of the Western pow- rs in West Berlin. Rusk also plans to 'meet with 'rcnch President,Charles de G-aul- e at Paris for an airing of U.S.- rrench differences over the future olitical organization of Europe nd the development of an mde< isndent French nuclear Capacity, ihich the United States opposes. kt London Rusk- will talk with 'rime Minister Harold Macmillan ind other leaders. visiting Ariz." Mr. and Mrs. William Goodrich entertained with a family dinner at their home here Wednesday. Out of town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Allen Green of Seattle, Washington, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Handsheu and family and Mr,, and Mrs. J. Miller of South-Bend. Miss Jean Ramsay of Toronto Canada is visiting Mr. and Mrs Ernest Ramsay. Mr.' and Mrs.. Jack Stewart ol Logansport spent Wednesday evening with .Mr. and Mrs. Free Douglas. Mrs. Gladys Marx of Washing ton, D. C., is visiting relatives and friends here. Francis Miller of North Liberty and Mrs. Tom Miller spent Me moriai, Day with Mr. and Mrs Fred Swisher. Windsors Observing Silver Anniversary LOMDQN (AP)—Britain's long retired monarch, King Edward, WEI, celebrates Sunday the 25th anniversary of his marraige to the woman for whom he gave up a throne. • . Unlike other couples, who can usually count on a crowd of relatives and children around at a lime like this, the Duke and Duchess o'£ Windsor will celebrate their silver wedding day on Hie Atlantic. The luxury liner "Uniled Slates will be* about midway on its voyage from New York to Le Havre when the duke and duchess sit down for a small champagne dinner party. They aro traveling to Paris where they own a,mansion. (Later this month they will celebrate birthdays, her 66th and his 68lh. Jusl before sailing, a reporter asked them in New York whether .they were happy. . "We certainly are," the duke replied. ."Just look at us.. We look happy, don't we?" Asked whether they recalled SUMMER If it grows. . .We have it!" ROSE INISEOT'tlOIOES Ortho • Eveready • Greenfield • DulPlont Rose Garden lawn FERITIII2ERS Vegetd'bls Insecticide and Fungacide Ross Root Feeders Rotenone Weed and brush killers Raid House and Gordon Bug Killer Canadian and German Peat Moss Weedez Bars • _ • • Garden Tools. , , . .JUST; ARRIVED New Shipment of Garden Mums! 30c each or 4 for $1.00 KING'S 6th and North HATCHIRY & FEED iPhon* 3713 predictions their marriage, wouk be short lived, they responded, a] most in unison: "We made i last." Except for infrequent visits England, where their presence arouses hardly a ripple of inter est among the- public,* the Wine sors-have followed a steady pal tern of leisurely movemen through the seasons of each pass ing year. From their house nea P.aris, with its carefully culti vated English-style garden, the move to the French Riviera o Biarritz in .the early fall. Winte finds them across the Atlantic i New York or sunny Florida. The back to Francg again in spring Logansport Group Attend Meeting At Terre Haute United Commercial ' Traveler 61st annual grand convention wa held at Terre Haute recently: Delegates from 22 Indiana Coun cils attended the convention, eluding were four from the loca Council: Marvin A. Fox, Senio Councelor, Harvey Berryman Edward Isom and James Van DerMoere. The main theme of the eonven lion was "Retarded Children Caj and Must Be Helped", which ,lhe No. 1 project with all Unitec Commercial Travelers. UCThav 250,000 members in the Unite States' and Canada, and is • Ih first international organization t back Retarded Children. The Logansport Council is nov. in 8th .place in numerci, strength with a membership • 350. The Council received th '''Leon Kite Trophy" for the high est percentage membership gai in the last fiscal year,- and th "Charles S.. S. White Trophy for membership gain in the! contest, with the South Ben Council. Marvin A. : Fox, (lie Senio Counselor of Logansport Counc was elected Grand Sentinel. H is also serving on the Grdnc Promotional Committee. He re ceived awards for being a-Cenl ury'writer, one of the 5 .in Ind] ana, and one of 35 in the Suprem Domain, COUNCILMAN DIES GARY, Ind. (AP) — David C Mitchell, a member and immed ate past president of the Gary City Council, died in Billings Hot pital in Chicago 'Saturday/after long illness. One of three Negr members of the council, Mitehel 48, was under a perjury indie mei^t, accused of lying about a leged kickbacks from city con tractors in a federal grand jur appearance. Girl Charged With Curfew Violation After Auto Mishap A 16-year-old Logansport girl was charged with violating the urfew after her auto collided with two parked cars at 1:55 a.m. Saturday.' The girl, Shelbie Skinner, rt. 5, old ler police watch she was looking al as she was turning into Market from Sixth. The two cars, parked on Market, were iwned by .George L. Morrow, 1010 Seventeenth, and Miss Francis L. Hunnke, 215J4 Ninth. FAILS AGAIN PLAINFIELD, Ind. (AP) David Lee Smith, 16-year-old In diana Boys School inmate from Lafayette, was in an Indianapoli lospital Saturday after his secont unsuccessful • escape attempt in a week. He suffered severe cuts Friday when he jumped through a door after threatening a guard's wile. He had been in a detention cell since' last Monday when he was captured after a mass breakout of 11 boys. Herlha Graeber, 70, Dies Al Rochester; Final files Monday ROCHESTER—Final rites -for Mrs. HcfJha Thompson Graeber, 70, of 716 Madison street, will; be at two o'clock Monday at 4he limmerxnim Brothers fmifiral lome. This Reverend Kenneth-E. •"oulke w:.ll officiate and burial will be in Rochester Odd Fellows cem'etery. Friends may call at :he funeral homo. Her deuth at 8 p.m. Friday occurred at (he Miller nursing tome whiiire she had been -a >atient since May 27., She hjd >een in failing health five years. A life resident of this community, s!ie had owned and managed Griieber's boarding house since 193IL '. She wan married on July 27, 1907, to HI Thompson, who (lied Oct. 18, 1)18. Her second marriage on Mov. 4, 1922, was to iarry J. Graeber, whose death occurred May 29, 1955. i Survivors arc a duagMer, Mifs. Ddward Bauer, route 1. Logansport; one son, Everett D. 'Buss" Thompson, route 1, Wil- .on; one sister and two brothers: Mrs, Onil Kinzie, Rochester;! Marion S.jverns, Rochesler; Orval Severns, South Bend. Ona son preceded her in deolh. Farewell Event For Reveriiind Hashberger To Be Tuesday Night There will be a farewell party Tuesday night at 7:30 at the Mkrket sireet Methodist churdh, lonoring the Reverend H a r r y ftashbergor, and family. The;; local minister, who was transferred to Kendallville, at the recent Methodist Conference, will preach his first sermon there today. The Reverend Hashberger, who lias been here nine years, launched an uxtensive building program. The church has purchased four properties for expansion purposes, in:luding-the present parsonage, 2010 North sireet, into which the Hashberger's moved last September. Plans call for the buiWing of an educational unit on the site of the old parsonage, 31? Fifteenth. His successor here is the Reverend Charles Taylor, who comes here from Alexandria. The H iishbei'ger's will move to Kendalh'ille some time during this weeli:. , To Meet Kennedy WASHINGTON (AP) - The While House announced Saturday that Prince Bcrnhard of the Netherlands ivill meet with President Kennedy Monday afternoon. . . Diplomatic officials said Bernhard's call is a courtesy visit. Sale Calendar June 6—Pat & Dorothy McHale Roy Grume June 8—Cutter & Lawrence Shepherd & Rudd June 9—Minnie A. Maxwell Rineharts Aucts. June 23—Earl Jordon Estate Rineharts, Aucts. 4th Annual Antique Show and Sale June 8, 9 and 10, 1962 Logansport, Indiana, at (he Armory, 912 S. Cicott St., Friday and Saturday Noon 'til 10:00 p.m., Sunday Nooni 'til 6:00 p.m. 28 outstanding exhibitors will offer for sale beautiful displays in luxurious selling, rare old China, G3ass, Rugs, Coins, Guns, Jewelry, Furniture, etc. Sponsored by Junior Chamber of Commerce Food served in building. Free parking. Door prizes, 9:30 Friday and Saturday evenings. Tea by Jay-Ettes, 2:00-3:00 p.m. Saturday. Admission Sflc '. PUBLIC AUCTION As we have discontinued business we will sell the following at Public Auction at the plaqe of business located on South Logan sireet in Winamac, Ind.. beginning at 12:00 noon, on FRIDAY, JUNE 8 Six wood parts bins; 2 small parts bins; bolt rack, full of bolts, washers, etc.; battery charger; 2 riveting machines; bushing grinder; Sioux valve grinder; set of seal tools; I. H. set of tools; hydraulic pressure gauge; vise; acetylene' lorch with gauges; Allen electrical system tester; 5-ton chain hoist; valve refacer; electric grinder; press; anvil; 3 hydraulic jacks; steam cleaner; hydraulic hoist; heavy duly welder; A & W dynamometer; barrel pumps; air compressor; electric clock; %-in. drive set; '<& in. electric drill; %-in. electric drill; 5 log chains; 3 chain booms. ' FARM EQUIPMENT—1949 Farmall M tractor; 1950 A. C. WD tractor; 1950 J.D. B tractor; 1941 J.D. B •'.raclor; 1959 Oliver single row picker; New Idea single row picker; N?w Idea 2-row pull picker; M. H. 7-ft combine; two 3-16 I. H. plows; 2-16 J. D. plows; A. C. 4-row cultivator; Ford 2-row planter; Coby heavy duty wagon, OFFICE EQUIPMENT—Burroughs adding machine; 4-drawer filing cabinet; double desk; 4 chairs; table lamp; check writer;' large safe; 2 small cabinets; electric heater and other miscellaneous items. • CUTTER & LAWRENCE TERMS-CASH. No property to be removed until settled for. Not responsible in case of accident. Auctioneers; Shepherd & Rudd Winamac Phone 948-3135 Clerk: Dilts Bros., Winamac Phone 946-3721

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