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Marshall Chronicle (Newspaper) - October 17, 1992, Marshall, Michigan State nii. These ol' boys partial to their Oliver tractors Ab AP Member Rxchange ' Hy CAROL rARRAND " Midland Daily Newx [ MIDLAND. Mich (AP) ’ Anyone remotely familiar with ’ Michigan State University pnihahly knows, as the saying goes, thni every Spartan's blood rims green. The same could be said of Midlanders Dan Ointcr and A1 Hopkins, but for a slightly differcnl banon. Ointcr and Hopkins are dichanl fans of Oliver tractors, a tyi>c of arm machinery that sports a iidemark green. Although Oliver u actors and farm nachinery are no longer made, 3inier and Hopkins, friends for 25 ^ars, have made it their duty to Hstore aging equipment still in ¡circulation. • “You can’t find these tractors áight down the street," Qinter said. [ Tb find worthwhile projecta, the Jtwo rely on what they call the "ol’ network." : “TTlil’s 0-1, not 0-1‘d,” Hopkins *8ald, laughing and going on to explain that a cloae-knit group of ^Oliver enthusiasts, known as the ;Hart-Parr Oliver Collectors* »Aiaociation, is a valuable resource *for locating parts and even complete ^tractors. : Once located, each project is ^transported to Ointer's pole barn, ^here the pair will strip, clean, ^replace, mend, paint and polish for :the next few months, sometimes éWhlle listening to the radio and |other times while listening to the ^um of another Oliver for .Inspiration. : Ai often as possible, they rely on Original pamphlets and other promotional materials, which, Ihcidentally, also are hot collector’s items. ^ It’s a trying process that requires «more than mechanical know-how. } **Wi don’t buy and sell for »profit,** Ointcr said. "We simiHsly pare«bout the tractors we’ve got” ; The interest in Oliver tractors Items from the company’s Reputation fm quality equipment. Winter says, “Olivers were a lot t ^further ahead than the competition, ” «The need to specialize in one manufacturer, however, has to do with common sense. ’‘Restoring an antique tractor can get a tittle expensive, especially when you consider you can |pend $60 to $90 on a gallon of paint,” Ointer said. “This way, we only have to buy a few types of paint, and can keep a lot of parts on the shelf." Oliver, which sported the slogan “The finest in farm machinery,” was bought by White Motor Co. in I960. It was then unsuccessfully merged with two other companies, 1*69 now open south of Lansing LANSING, Mich. (AP) — Oov. John fingler snipped the ribbon to c^n the last leg of interstate I highway in Michigan on Thursday, ««id signed into law a key part of ihis “Build Michigan” road program. The bills he signed will provide ,some $65 million annually to local t units of government to upgrade and |fnalntain their roads and modemixe jfhetr equipment The Build Michigan progfam isvofved the sale of $2fX) million tin bonds to provide rncmey for road iind bridge repair and maintenance land create new jobs. I fingler iipwd three bills in the »Build Michigan package as he 'Opened the last aectkm of Interstate ;69 southwest of Laming. It is the .'final leg of the interstate highway •ystem in Mkhigan. *^e ate marking the end of one era - the completion of out country’s interstate system he^e in Michigan with the beginnmg of a new era the rebuilding of c/ur Male highways and roads/* Bngter mádkiprepmedfmmks. C\»ckshutt Parm Equipment and Minneapolis Moline, and ceascil to exist in the IP70s. However nicky the twilight years may have been, the company did make a mark in the industry by coining the word “tractor.“ in addition to building the first equipment plant and the first succe^ssful tractor. For these reasons and others. Ointer and Hopkins admit they're partial, but only mildly so. "1 really like all kinds of UticUirs,” Ointer said. "If I had enough money. I’d have a bamful of everything." Some would argue that he does have a bamful of everything. His collection contains nine tractors, and is gnawing. Just for the record, Ointer is the proud owner of a 1942, *47 and ’48 Oliver 60,1948 Oliver Standard 77, 1949 Oliver 99 four-cylinder, 1953 Oliver 66 adjustable wide and Oliver 77 diesel adjustable wide, 1954 Oliver Super 66 narrow front and a 1957 Oliver Super 44. Several of the tractors have tended only one farm. “My wife lays claim to this one now,’’ Ointer said as he stroked the Super 44. “When I got it the motor was in a box.’’ Of his 99 four-cylinder he says, ”Mechanically, it’s absolutely perfect You could put it to woft tomorrow.’’ Through Ointer’s interest. Hopkins began his own collection, which includes a 1942 Oliver 60 row. 1946 Oliver Cletrac HO and 1946 Oliver 60 Industrial. Families included, the Ointer Hopkins duo show their collections each summer at antique tractor shows thmughout the MidwCvSt “The shows are for the fun, pure and simple, and for meeting people.” Ointer said. “Why else would I get up early, load my tractors on a trailer that 1 had to pay $25,000 for. drive for hours, unload the tractors, show them one afternoon, load them up and go home?" he said, adding that sponsors of such shows are ^teful for dedicated participants, but most of the time can offer little in the form of reimbursement or fancy trophies. “Once we got a warm thank-you, a gallon of cider and a dozen doughnuts. That was the best pay I’ve ever gotten.” And the payoff for the bng hours the two spend in Ointer's pole bam? Plain and simple; pride. “It’s a perpetual hobby,’’ Hopkins said. "It can get undef your skin and keep growing." His buddy cinildn’t agree more. “It's relaxing to go in the bam, turn the lights on, the radio on, and Just spend time on the tractors. 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Insurance stigation.s and many other areas wnere the services of a confidential private i be nappy to .«Jtipply ymi with business rp£erew«s from previous clients if ymi lo 4 Divers fled Investigative & Consulting Services is located at 180 West Michigan, 1400, or KAX 783 5900 If you enjoy fairy tales, tune in to Moonlighting and Mag the services of a confidential private^v^igator Ls Suite 408 In ilacteort', phone 7K3 4400, or kax 7B.1 5900 If you enjoy fairy tales, tune in to Moonlighting and Magnum, but if you want solid, no’nse investigation service, give them a call They don't specialize in glamour thc*y deal in results Midas Muffler k Brake Shops They Exhaust Your Car Not Your Pocket If your automobile sounds like an untuned bulldozer, drive over to Midas Muffler k Brake Shops located in Marshall at 824 West Michigan Avenue, phone (616) 781^2223 They are your muffler, exhaust system and brake specialists and offer a free, no-obligation inspection A proper muffler provides quiet operation and is essential to obtain maximum power and economy from your vehicle The experts at Mld^ Muffler & Brake Shops know that a faulty muffler costs money in rrouced th^' Gregg Bruner, to help you ridden loved one, or .someone living with you who waliw with bed a respiratory specialist is also culty, or needs quality equipment . . ig. catalytic converters, shocks, struts and rear coil springs. Most major credit cards are honored, and they accept fleet and dealer work Their guarantee is honored In all 50 stiites for as long as you own your car While at Midas, let them inspect your brakes They reline brakes, turn the drums and make any necessary adjustments to assure quality brake performance So for mufflers, exhaust systems or brakes for your American or foreign automobile, remember “Nobody Beats Midas Nobody' ' Amicare Home Healthcare Anthony Lussier, Branch Manager For quite .some time, Amicare Home Healthcare has aided this area with a complete selection of healthcare fHjuipment available on a rental or sales basis Tb(>y are located in Battle (’reek at 80 North 20th Street, phone (616 ) 966-5960 This community minded business keeM in stock the most modem and clean home healthcare equipment available They stnve to aid those convalescing at the most reasonable rei party insurance billing You will find the personnel here to be caring and th^' Gregg Bruner, to help you if you need respiratory assistance A custom .seafin i>n staff If you havt respiratory nursing services the admiration c and excellent .service Remember the name Amicare Home Healthcare Whether you need a hospital bed, crutches oxygen a walker, wheelchair, nursing .services, or anything else in th<- hospit^il or healthcare equipment line you re sure lo fimi it here Days Inn R«i Jones, General Manager Are you in charge of the arrangements for your Thanksgiving or Christmas party, your daughter’s wedding reception, your high school class reunion or your firm's business meeting^ Is it up to you to arrange your professional organization’s seminar or your industry’s trade show'' For these purposes and more you can confidently rely on the facilities and staff of Days Inn, located in Albion at 27644-C Drive North 94 Exit 121), phone (517) 629-9411 This establi.shment 0    ^    ^___________________________ Ijer you helpful advice based ot their experience and expertise in ________„ ______-itfxi diimr ¡s nem ai i ~ .............^ ‘    - and impressed guests area Known for ccKirdinating all details into a flawless occasion and providin manager gives uersonalized attention to each client, regardless of the size of___» a party a prom. Bar Mitzvah, bowling banquet, wedding reception, anniversary celebration or any other special (K casiiffl, make ycm affair a memorable one Overnight accommodations are available for out-of-towners, for a romantic retreat with whiripool baths visit them soon For reservations and guaranteed satisfaction call the banquet speciali.sts at Days Iim South Centi*al Contracting, Inc. Thomas J. Poole, President • Steve Poole, \ke Preadent establi.shment offers (timplete banquet facilities and expert i atering, and will handle all details according to ycjur spwific needs Th^ will gladly offer you helpful advice based on their experience and expertise in catering When your next affair is TieW at Days Inn, ycni can expect to receive accolades from your pampered Vem's Place Restaurant is on site and c onsidered one of the finest restaurants m the iting ized the very best menu, the catering event Whether it’s a Christmas l>i', isters inc luding fires and storms cause millions of dollars in damage eac h year to residential commercial ‘— ■ r/penies    - • ...    / eniently r first c of any kind as well as acMitions or alteration work and industrial prcj. ( ontrartmg, c cwvehiently located the These unexpected events can be devastating to property owners Central , , -    at 3255 Page Avenue In .Jac kson, phone (517) 7I«I4I, Is noted throughout entire- area for first class di.saster restoration work In addition, they cjffer ccwnplete home improvements IV kind as well as ackiitions or alteration work Whether its interior or exterior restoration. South Central Contracting has a reputation for providing quality work at reasonable pric*es regardles.s of th^ size of the job These professionals will see to every dcwil from tlic» initial c lean up phase to the ultimate ccwnfrfeticjfi of yc/ur projecl They will gladly provide accurate cost estimates and use only top^uality materials to assure yowr sat'"^-iciic;n Insurance work is welcome and their ('Mirriiitor will bf* glad to work with you and your insurance - <»pany, enabling yew to return to your home or Mjsiness in the- shorti»st time pos.sible South Central tetracting also providc*s renc;vaticjfi work, work spedalizing in wtiff'lc hair rarrips and other ac cessories, making your hcrfn#* or liusiness ac c c*ssiblc* lo disablfKl persons If an unexpecled fire or siorm damages your property or if yani need (ontractor for any rea.son. the ,it South Central Contracting are the* Uk al professicjtnals fo ccmtai I With your re.storation project in th'ir f orrif:>#lcnl hands, you II have one less thing to worry about' ;