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Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 4, 1965, Mason City, Iowa Maun City li Marth 4 TN ontract Bridg 1 JAY IECKER Top recordhold in mdmdiMl championship pky CRUCIAL CHOICE West dealer Both sides vulnerable NORTH 4K988 Q104 Q852 UT8T EAST A 10 5 A 2 VKQ9765S 2 AS 4KJ97832 4107 SOUTH AQJ743 South of dia 45 A43 The bidding North Kant Pass Pass Pass 4 Opening Opening lead ace of dia monds You dont look a gift horse In the mouth even when it comes to you at the lahle on a Budapest might bid for 1972 Olympic games BUDAPEST Ml A Hugar lan official has suggested that Budapest make a hid for the 1972 Olympic Summer James The official Islvan Kossai in an article in the Hun garian newspaper Magyar Neni7pt thai playing host to the 20th Olympic Summer lames would crown the 100year an niversary of Budapest founded in IR72 by the unification of the citios Buda Pest and Obuda Kossai added Budapest would have a chance to get the Olympics since Hungary was among the first 12 countries who participated in the games in modern times and had an im pressive record of Olympic nirdals 85 gold 67 silver and 6 medals platter You take it say thank you to the opponents and RO on to the next deal having taken fullest advantage of the Rift Boris Sehapiro British star was declarer at four spades in this hand from a match between France and Great Britain Four spades could have been defeated in several different ways but the defense had no sure guide line to follow and chose the one course that gave Sehapiro a chance to make the contract West began with the ace of diamonds and when East sig naled with the nine continued with a diamond East covered the ten with the jack and Scha piro ruffed The defense had no way of knowing it at this point but they had already chuckec lie contract Sehapiro drew two rounds o trumps ending in his hand a IK then led a low heart West had to play the queen to protect his heart trick and dummy took i with the ace Sehapiro next led Hie queen of diamonds covered by the king but instead of ruffing it he discarded a club As a resul of this play he succeeded in making the contract East hai to lead a club away from the king or else yield a ruff anr discard Of course if West had hac the king of clubs this methoc of play would have failed In that case the simpler mctho of leading a Inw club toward he quern would have done UK job Kul Sch t piro knew from thi bidding that East had the king of duns West would not have opened with a preemptive bid holding seven good hearts the ace of diamonds and the king nf clubs as well With such a hand he would certainly have opened one heart The endplay clearly offered the better chance Farm AUCTION As I have decided to quit farming I will my live and machinery to the highest bidder without re serve on the farm located From Kanawha 4 south and east from Belmond 1 mile north and 7 west on blacktop 1 north and mile west from Clarion 11 miles north Vj west MONDAY MARCH 8 Sole fo Sfort of 1 1 AM Sharp Lunch served by St Olaf Ladies Aid 15 HEAD OF REGISTERED and HIGH GRADE SWISS CATTLE 3 registered mature cows consisting of No 1 cow born 10th month 29th 1953 with a top butterfat record of 719 Ibs bred back in January No 2 cow born 7757 fresh since Jan 27 with a top butterfat record of 530 Ibs of but terfat No 3 cow born 31559 freshened in July bred back In January top butterfat record of 549 Ibs 5 Head of High Grade Swiss Cows consisting of No 4 grade cow born 121255 freshened Feb 5th with heifer calf top butterfat record of 534 Ibs No 5 grade cow born 21658 to freshen 5565 with a top butterfat record of 60S Ibs No 6 grade cow born 91657 freshened 1565 with a top butterfat record of 669 Ibs No 7 grade first calf heif er born 121262 to be fresh by sale day out of cow No 5 No 8 first calf grade heifer born 112662 to be fresh by sale day out of cow No 4 6 Registered and Grade Heifers consisting of No 1 registered open heifer born 82863 out of dam that pro duced a top butterfat record of 728 Ibs of butterfat No 2 registered open heifer is twin to No 1 heifer No 3 reg istered open heifer born 3664 out of dam with 385 Ibs of butterfat as a first calf heifer No 4 open grade heifer born 121263 out of cow No 6 No 5 grade open heifer born 2364 out of cow No 5 No 6 heifer calf born 2565 out of cow No 4 I Swiss bull calf born 2665 out of cow No 2 Tlilx a alalr arrrtrfltrH Jirrd arr nil ralfliniHl varrlnalrd Iran hill nf hrallh nn ill caltlr Mr Knhrrl Jnirursr hrrn nil DfllA PHIR teid fnr Ihr II nlnr li nnl lartnl dalrj hrril hill l nnr nf Ihr hfil jrmi will irr dar of Will start selling cattle promptly at 2 pm DAIRV KQltMMKNT HIM nirrrj Biirrrll nUlnlcss jlrrl inntin Unk 1 Surrt hlickrls Klrrtrlc walrr Irani nfw IHHl Fnifrr lor boft rlrrlrlr llpmailer clipper Hnmr Hrallh rlerlrle Jial pattrnrlTrr II lnuririiK rfrinlilnn cnpi allft plpr PanPack burn rrnlilatur with IhrrmnMat rnn Irnl Other nmall rinlrf fluppllrs MACHINERY A EQUIPMENT 1954 Super MD Trac tor very good rubber only used on a 160 A farm in very good condition 1949 Int MD Tractor with 9 speeds live oil large aluminum pistons in very good condition Int 455 Cultivator with 21 shovels John Deere 490 Planter with fertilizer attachment 12ft John Deere springtooth 1958 Int 314 No 16 hydraulic plow 1964 Kewanee 13 6 tan dem disc Continental talk cutter has only chopped 15 acres of corn stalks like new 1957 Int 5section drag with Lindsay evener 1957 Int No 15 parallel bar with tractor rake on rubber 1958 New Holland 125 bushel PTO Spreader with large tires very good condition 1957 Int running gear with 6 x 10 barge box and Midwest hoist 1958 Case 4row rotary hoe 1962 Stanhoist manure load er with dirt plate and snow bucket to be told separate 1962 Brady hay crimper 1951 Int T2ft PTO windrower canvasts real good 1961 Int heavy duty running gear 15ft Cultipacker MW PTO Hammermill with traveling feed table and auger flat bed on rubber tired run ning gear Wooden flare box BUILDINGS CATTLE FEEDERS and HOG EQUIPMENT Wahoo farrow hog house has water brooders and feeders built in and with outside fence 12 x 14 x 8 granary roclded and ready to store 1200 bushels of grain Brooder house 8x 12 Hay bunk 22 ft long Hay bunk 18 ft long Uft feed bunks One large stock tank 2 Water with hog drinkers 2000 chick siie oil brooder stove One brand new loading on 12ft skids MimiKftANKOHH hydraulic flrllnrfrr xcfdt tiiitiri for rnm tilnri Super Spool fur Mf or Silprr M Olinn hay fork XMt nfw Kxlcnalon KHO KTIj Healer wilh IhtrmniUI Piulablr ilerlrlc ttnctng equipment Heal fitr Irartorn dxrk ircnjx 2 nf trarlnr It i Mi Johnton lank Iranspnrli in riihkcr imiful IMol Kmery with flrc mnmr nn tirp M plaillc cnrer miinr nlhrr rnnd lfHl an4 mUfclUnrouii IAA In menllAR Trarlnr Radio wheel CONSIONMKNT yiri firrkard conilgnlnr amount of itoall tMli and runlnrt htlitmliig lier TKWMfi fAHH No frtfrrlr pnniiltili In accMenlt until iclllril lor Snl ROBERT PROVORSE owner JlmHh and rirt Dttfvwyl 1921 23 Flrif SE City Phont 4233451 Shop TiM 9 PM Fridays a X Jf only he finest is good enough for you a shopping trip to McGregors in Mason City is the answer to all of your home furnishing problems On McGregors 4 big floors you will find attractive displays of furniture and carpeting that encompasses all periods of design from everlovely Early Roman to dramatic new Contemporary You owe it to your self and your home to include a shopping trip through Mc Gregors whenever your plans include new home furnish ings Whether your needs are one small item or an entire houseful V I CARPETING Exclusively at McGregors highlow random loop construction of aoylic pile KaraLoc woven Available in 16 of the most popular eRsy to use multi colors sq yd a faintly traced plush pile KaraLoc doven of 100 Rcrylin yarns Ideally suited for semiformal decor Available in of J7 fashion frpsli sq yd W Shop at home Phone make an appointment to see samples of Karastan carpeting in ji your home at your convenience no obligation the Inok of casual luxury KarsLoc woven of im porled wool in your choice of 32 unique solids and 15 multi colors yd d Beau pure springy wool deep anrl thick subtly tex hnprl a faint chevron 20 sparkling colortones to choose from 51795 sq yd Come to the Country with Terra is fine furniture designed from history From a time when patient craftsmanship was an everyday part of life Through your choice of pieces and tlie way you accessorize them your home can become richly opulent or casually informal the home of a Spanish aristocrat or a country squire You will delight in Tierras Latin find fulfilment in Tierras assur ance and experience of the past Tierra is for every secluded nook and social corner of your home whether city apartment or suburban manor You get wide selection of dependable quality borne furnishings from the nations leading man You get a guarantee that the price you pay is as low or lower than you would pay elsewhere for merchandise of compar able quality You get a guarantee of complete satisfaction with each and every purchase you make at McGregors You get interior decorat ing advice and assistance cheerfully jriven without any obJigation on your part of many renowned lines of furnishings en display ert McGregors Heywood Wakefields Old Colony and Cliff House Drexeix Triune Mcrsman Tables Magnavox Stereo and TV Broyhills Brazilia Frigidaire Appliances Kroehlers Designers Collection Simmons Bedding Rembrandt Lamps ValentineSeaver Sofas and Chairs Howell Dinettes KenlColfey Tierra Hickory Chair Upholstery Karasian Bigelow and Cabin Crafts Carpet Plus many others too num erous to mention Nowhere else in the Mason City vicinity but at Mc you see the products of so very many home furnishing manufac turers And your full satis faction is absolutely guar Muftipurpose Group A handsome parly able 26 high Is comfortably at home in the comer o living room as a game fable in the fam ily room or as a breakfast able The party chairs ideally complement the table Party Choir Party Table Side Chair 2995 Arm Chair 3495 iMuehat Madeira Bedroom These pieces represent the Spanish mood in ils most understated expression when it gains a lyric clas sicism Lovely antiqued Madeira finish is a warm honey color Double Dresser with Mirror Chest Night Stand Panel Heodboord and Metal Frame Enjoy the fine art of Grociout Dining with Tierra Youll change the entire mood of your dinins room wilh the help of Tierra Tierra will rise to the grand est and simplest occasions make holiday feaitt more memorable each year Your family will wonderfully at home with it I LOT Tierra Table of all sixes and shapes Tables that are perfectly at home in living room bedroom foyer dressing room or den TeWe JUtSO Sttft WiM WlM U99I
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