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Judy Garland's 'Wizard of Oz' dress up for auction
(Reuters) - Judy Garland's blue-and-
white pinafore from the beloved classic
"The Wizard of Oz" is going up for auc-
tion, where it is expected to sell for more
than a half a million dollars, auctioneers
said on Monday.
The outfit, consisting of the gingham
dress and white puffy-sleeved blouse,
which Garland wore throughout the 1939
film, will be sold next month at Julien's
Auctions in Beverly Hills, the auction
house said in a statement.
Julien's estimated the outfit would sell for
between $400,000 and $600,000, but
similarly iconic Hollywood costumes
have fetched many times the pre-sale
expectations in recent years.
President Darren Julien told Reuters
the dress, byMGM's famous costume
designer, Adrian, had not been offered
for sale, nor even publicly seen, since
MGM costume designer Kent Warner
sold it at Christie's in 1981.
"It's one of those key pieces that I'm
sure collectors all over the world are
going to be after," said pop culture ex-
pert Laura Woolley of the Collector's
Lab, an appraisal service for collectors,
museums and other institutions, in a
YouTube clip posted by Julien's.
see Dress on page 3
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Associated Press/Warner Bros. This 1939 file photo provided by Warner Bros.
shows, from left, Bert Lahr as the Cowardly Lion, Ray Bolger as the Scare-
crow, Judy Garland as Dorothy and Jack Haley
Evander Holyfield to auction prized boxing
possessions in bid to reduce debt
Five-time heavyweight world champion
Evander Holyfield is selling some of his
most prized possessions in a desper-
ate bid to slash his nearly $15M debt.
The American,
who celebrates
his 50th birthday
next week, has
frittered away his
$450m fortune
earned during a
career that has
so far spanned
28 years.
But while Holyfield still retains hope of
fighting one of the Klitschko brothers in
one final bumper pay day, more press-
ingly he must come to terms with the
problems in his personal life.
Much of his money is spent on mainte-
nance for the 11 children he has to five
different mothers.
His lavish 109-room, 17-bathroom man-
sion on the outskirts of Atlanta has had
to be sold for $6.5M to ensure its not re-
possessed. And in what has been
touted as one of the
greatest sales of
sporting memora-
bilia in history, Holy-
field will part with
20 pairs of gloves,
the robes, trunks
and boots he wore
in his major fights.
Also up for grabs
will be gold and diamond watches,
WBC, WBA and IBF championship
belts plus several luxury vehicles in-
cluding his vintage 1962 red Chevrolet
Corvette.
'These days right now are the most dif-
ficult, dealing with all the mothers of my
kids,' he said.
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Kitchen
Spooky Hot Cheese Dip
Cheese Filled Italian Meat Loaves
Ingredients
3/4 pound extra-lean ground beef
3/4 pound Italian sausage
1/2 cup Italian-style bread crumbs
1/2 cup pizza sauce*
1/4 teaspoon pepper
1 Egg
3 ounce chunk mozzarella Cheese, cut
into 18 (1/2-inch) cubes
Pizza sauce, heated
Directions
Heat oven to 350F. Combine beef,
sausage, bread crumbs, pizza sauce,
pepper and egg in medium bowl.
Form beef mixture into 6 individual, oval-
shaped loaves. Insert 3 cubes cheese
into center of each loaf, reshaping
loaves if necessary. Place oaves into
lungreased 13x9-inch baking pan. Bake
for 30 to 45 minutes or until loaves are
no longer pink in center (some cheese
may come out during baking).
To serve, spoon pizza sauce over meat
loaves.
*Substitute your favorite spaghetti
sauce.
ACROSS
1 Carbonated drink
5 Purses
9 Brief witty writing
14 Terminated
15 Notion
16 Weight measurement
17 Peter Piper's quantity
18 Group of criminals
19 Played in shallow water
20 Card game
21 Warning
23 Turfs
24 Weirdo
26 Kimono sash
28 Rowing device
29 Formal "your"
31 Jigsaw
34 Macaw
37 Gets dirty
39 Favorite shortened
40 Goal
41 Animal stomach
42 Cool
44 Draws
47 Sick
48 Congregate
50 She
51 Mongrel dog
52 Pallid
56 Decorative needle case
59 Type of Ninja Turtles
63 Sign language
64 Stove
66 Went into the water
67 Ditto
68 Lord's table
69 At large
70 Firm
71 Reject
72 Ribald
73 Potato sprouts
DOWN
1 Blot (2 wds.)
2 Cooking devices
3 Lure
4 Noah's boat
5 Sheep type
6 6th month (Jewish calendar)
7 Heredity component
8 Soap Opera
9 Plant
10 Similar
11 Destroy
12 Chilled
13 Berths
21 Tai
22 Also
25 Deals with
27 Jitney
29 Military weapons
30 Dr. Jekyll and Mr. __
31 Beget
32 Alack's partner
33 Compass point
34 Lose attraction
35 Ovate
36 Jessica's nickname
38 Yellow pigment
39 Federal Bureau of Investigation
43 Flightless bird
45 Expressed gratitude
46 Penny
49 Fortify
51 Cuban,' for example
53 Thailand's Peninsula
54 Distribute
55 Clumps
56 Long time periods
57 Baby powder
58 Preposition
60 Defunct football league
61 Weed in a wheat field
62 Afresh
65 Sea eagle
67 Dined
Crossword Fun!
Ingredients
1/2 pound sliced Deli American Cheese,
cut into quarters
1/2 cup medium or hot picante sauce
1 (15-ounce) can black beans, rinsed,
drained
1 (4-ounce) can mild or hot chopped
green chiles, drained
Tortilla chips
Directions
Combine cheese, picante sauce, black
beans and green chiles in 2-quart
saucepan. Cook over low heat, stirring
constantly, until cheese is melted (8 to
10 minutes).
A small electric slow cooker makes a
great serving container and keeps the
dip warm.
Serve this easy and quick appetizer
at your Halloween party.
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Saturday, October 27, 2012 @10:00 A.M.
80+/- Acres in 2 Tracts-Large Stock Barn
3 Bedroom, 2 Bath Doublewide on Permanent Foundation
2 Bedroom, 1 Bath Singlewide Mobile Home, Tractor-Farm Equipment-Timber
1 Acre Lot on Butter Milk Hollow Road
1530 Butler Mill Hollow Road-Bethpage, TN
REAL ESTATE
-3 bedroom, 2 bath doublewide on a permanent foundation, CHA, city water, living room
w/fireplace, kitchen, dining room. This lovely tract has an 1 acre pond, fenced, creek,
and approx. 10 acres.
-2 bedroom, 1 bath singlewide mobile home w/40x50 shop w/concrete floor and water.
This tract of land has approx. 5 acres and a large stock barn.
-60 gorgeous wooded acres w/large metal sided barn and stalls. There are open meadows,
ponds, and timber. City water is available for this must have tract.
PERSONAL PROPERTY-Cherry rice bedroom suite w/nightstands, chest-of-drawers,
dresser & mirror, chest, and bed, Lillian Russell bedroom suite-bed, night stand, dresser
w/mirror, chest-of-drawers, antique bed, cedar wardrobe chest, Gone With the Wind lamps,
cherry dining room suite-table, 8 chairs, 2 leaves, & lighted china cabinet, round oak table
w/4 chairs, 60 big screen TV, recliner, lamps, couches, desk, filing cabinet, stoves, side-
by-side refrigerator, leaf blower, hedge trimmer, wrought iron table w/4 chairs, gas grill, Snap-
On roll around tool box, truck-mount tool boxes, sports card collection (approx. 35,000), and
more.
FARM EQUIPMENT-Ferguson T020 tractor, International 2 bottom plow, hyd. 10 disc,
tumblebug, 8 utility trailer, Hobart mig 250 welder, Lincoln 225 AC idle arc welder, 300 gal-
lon water barrel, Weston House air compressor, Salamander propane heater, chain hoist, table
saws, vise, welding table, Ford 555 backhoe bucket, misc. tools, and more.
ATV/MOWER-2000 Honda 4-wheeler, 2010 Supermach 800 UTV, and Cub Cadet 50 zero
turn mower (bad engine).
CAR/TRUCK-1998 Nissan Maxima SE (255,000 miles), 1989 Toyota extended cab 4x4
(227,000 miles), 2006 Lincoln Mark LT 4 door pickup truck
TERMS
-Real Estate-15% down day of sale with balance due on or before 30 days from sale date.
Taxes to be pro-rated. Seller to provide a good deed.
-Personal Property-Cash, check, or credit card day of sale. Credit cards will be charged a
2.75% Buyers Premium
DIRECTIONS-From Portland Hwy 52E, right on Hwy 174, left on Womack Road to Butler
Mill Hollow Road on left. Signs posted.
Wally Gilliam Wally Gilliam
Realty & Auction Realty & Auction
Private & Auction Sales
406 N. Broadway - PO Box 7926 Portland, TN
615-325-4597
TNFL#2621 KYFL#RP2749
www.gilliamrealtyandauction.com
Announcements made day of sale take precedent over all prior advertising.
*Reported acreage at press time. Call office for updated infromation
from page 1
. . .Dress
"This is one piece that everybody rec-
ognizes instantly," she said of the dress
prominently featured in the Technicolor
musical, which is still hugely popular
with both children and adults nearly 75
years after it was made.
Another of
Gar l and' s
d r e s s e s
used in test
shots for
the film
soared to
nearly $1
million at
auction last
year, its
$910, 000
price more
than 10
times the
$60,000 to
$80,000 es-
timate.
At the same sale of costumes from film
starDebbie Reynolds' collection, which
took in nearly $23 million, Marilyn Mon-
roe's iconic "subway dress" from 1955
movie "The Seven Year Itch" sold for
$4.6 million, or $5.5 million including
commission and tax.
The "Wizard of Oz" dress will go on
public exhibition at Julien's in Beverly
Hills from November 5-8 ahead of the
two-day auction.
Other Hollywood memorabilia on offer
at t he November 9-10 sale inc l ude
t h e white strapl ess Edi t h Head
gown worn by Elizabeth Taylor in "A
Place in the Sun," which is estimated
at $20,000 to $30,000, and a Cecil
Beaton triptych of Marilyn Monroe,
which hung in Monroe's New York
apartment, estimated at $35,000 to
$40,000.
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296 Frey St. #8, Ashland City, TN
where the very best costs so much less
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ABSOLUTE AUCTION
672 HIGHWAY 52 BY-PASS WEST LAFAYETTE, TENNESSEE
LIFELONG
COLLECTION
GUNS GUNS GUNS
(COLT, BROWNING, WINCHESTER, REMINGTON,
H&R, HENRY, RUGER & OTHERS)
KNIVES KNIVES KNIVES
(CASE XX, HEN & ROOSTER, BOKER, BULLDOG, HENCKEL, KISSING, CRANE & OTHERS)
COINS OLD METAL TOYS FENDER GUITAR BB GUNS OPRYLAND COIN OPERATED
RIDE MENS WATCHES LONE RANGER & ROY ROGERS MEMORABILIA YAMAHA 660
RAPTOR 4-WHEELER PLUS MANY OTHER COLLECTABLE ITEMS.....
SATURDAY, OCT. 27t h 9: 00 A. M.
DIRECTIONS FROM LAFAYETTE SUPERWALMART: Take Hwy. 52 traveling west approx.
1 mile to sale site on the right (signs posted).
GUNS GUNS GUNS: Approx. 114 guns long guns, rifles, pistols including name brands
such as Colt, Browning,
Winchester, Remington, Marlin, H&R, Henry, Ruger, Savage, Smith & Wesson, Hopkins &
Al l en, I t hacca and ot her s. For a compl et e l i st check out our websi t e
(www.benbrayrealestate.com)
KNIVES KNIVES KNIVES: Approximately 400 knives from the 1940s, 1950s, 1960s,
1970s and newer with name brands such as Cas XX, Hen & Rooster, Bulldog, Boker, Fightin
Rooster, Camillus, Remington, Schrade, Kissing Crane, Buck Creek, German Eye, Cat-
taragus, IXL, Hoffritz, Keen Kutter, Henckel and others. For a complete listing check out our
website (www.benbrayrealestate.com).
COINS: Indian head pennies, wheat pennies, buffalo nickels, V-nickels, mercury dimes,
Roosevelt dimes, Barber halves,Walking Liberty halves, Morgan silver dollars, Peace dol-
lars, Ike dollars, Silver Eagles, proof coins and others.
4-WHEELER: Yamaha 660 Raptor 4-Wheeler (nice)!
COLLECTABLES:
Opryland 10 coin operated machine
Frazier, TheWonder Horse
Old metal toys (Structo & others)
Toy trains & accessories
Roy Rogers & Lone Ranger Memorabilia
U-Save-It gal. pitcher
Marbles
Zippo Lighters
Cartier MensWatch Tank
Breitling MensWatch
Fender Acoustic Guitar plus (4) others
Ladies costume jewlery
Coca-Cola trays
Old powder horns
Keen Kutter hatchet
Boy Scout hatchet
Several straight razors
Bayonets
Sheath knives
Approx. (20) BB guns
(3) Cross bows
Compound bow
TERMS: Cash or good check (positive ID re-
quired)
AUCTION AGENT: Ben Bray (615) 666-2232.
NOTE FROM AGENT: Ladies and gentlemen,
this is probably the final sale we will be having
from this estate!! You have heard of saving the
Best For Last, and this is it!! Lots and lots of
items, many rare and hard to find so make
plans to be at 672 Highway 52 By-PassWest
in Lafayette, Tennessee on Saturday, October
27th, 9 a.m. and we will see you there!!
$25.00 FREE
DRAWING $25.00
Located: Just off Hillsboro Pike on General JB Hood Drive. From
Nashville, Take I65 south to Old Hickory Blvd, go west on Old Hickory
Blvd, turn left on Hwy 431 (Hillsboro Pike). Go 4 miles and turn left on
General JB Hood Dr and property is at end of road. From Franklin, take
431 North, right on General JB Hood, then follow to end of culdesac.
Selling with RESERVE: 2000 Convertible Mustang.
Note From Agent: Ladies and Gentleman, this is a super fine collection
of items for everyone. If there is one tool (hammer) then there are ten.
These glassware, furniture, and household items are some of the best
around. Fine quality and plenty of quantity. There is something here for
everyone. Mrs Martin has moved to assisted living and no longer needs
these fine items. So come be with us on the 27th and Look! Bid! and Buy!
Sale Starts at 9AM! For detailed list
and photos please see our ad at
www.CarmanRealEstate.com
Terms: Cash or Good Check day of sale. Seller: Mrs.
Helen Martin
Auctioneer: Ray Carman (615-428-4920)
with Gene Carman Real Estate & Auction.
www.CarmanRealEstate.com
WI LLI AMSON COUNT Y - FRANKLI N TN, 300 GENERAL J B HOOD DRI VE
Saturday, October 27th, 9am - 2012 CST
Any Announcement Made Day of Sale Takes Precendence Over Any Printed Advertising
HUGE AUCTION!!!! TONS OF ITEMS TO SALE!
Car, Trucks, Golf Carts, Guns and Coins, Civil
War Collection, Tractor, Equipment, Tools,
Antiques, Furniture, Glassware, Collectibles
and MUCH MORE
Gun owned by Butch Cassidy sells for $175K
VENTURA, Calif. (AP) - A .45-caliber
gun once owned by Butch Cassidy has
sold at auction in Southern California
for $175,000.
A spokesman for the private seller said
Sunday that the Colt Single Action
Army revolver went to an anonymous
bidder.
The gun is accompanied by a black
leather shoulder holster and two
binders filled with documentation veri-
fying the revolver's authenticity.
JOIN US EACH 3RD FRIDAY OF THE MONTH FOR A NO RESERVE AUCTION!
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615-335-6261
114 George L. Davis Blvd.
Nashville, TN 37203
David Allen, Auctioneer #5600
Music City Auction TN FL 4976
For more info, visit:
www.musiccityauction.net
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Premium
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payment by
cash/check)
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SOLD TO THE HIGHEST BIDDER!
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 16TH AT 6:00 PM
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Don Larsen's perfect game World Series
uniform up for auction
Don Larsen has the perfect way to pay
for his grandchildren to finish college.
The 82-year-old former Yankees pitcher
will auction off the pinstriped uniform he
wore 56 years ago Monday when he
threw the only
perfect game in
the World Se-
ries.
I've been think-
ing about it for a
bit, Larsen said.
I'm not getting
any younger and
I don't know how
much longer I'll
be around. I
want to make sure they can both go to
college, which isn't cheap these days.
So, I figured it was the right time.
On the anniversary of Larsen's greatest
day as a pitcher, Steiner Sports Memo-
rabilia announced it will auction off the
famed uniform. Larsen was joined at
the news conference by his catcher,
Yogi Berra, at the Hall of Famer's mu-
seum and learning center at Montclair
State University.
Larsen, who has kept the jersey in a
closet in Idaho, was asked if he could
fathom that his uniform could draw
more in an auction than he made in his
career as a major leaguer. It wouldn't
take much, Larsen said. Because I
didn't make much.
A Babe Ruth jersey went for $4.4-mil-
lion last year, so Steiner anticipates
such a historic relic to draw at least
seven figures.
I had only worn it three times, but we
were entitled to keep it, Larsen said. I
kept in my closet and it was in great
condition. There was only one down-
side. Larsen's hat fell off when Berra
jumped into his arms. It was never re-
covered.
I was told it was picked up by some
guy in New Jersey, then supposedly do-
nated to the [Baseball] Hall of Fame,
Larsen said. Every picture I have of the
day, my hat is gone.
On Oct. 8, 1956, It was a beautiful day
and I felt great, Larsen said. I didn't
know whether or not I was going to
pitch. I came to the stadium early and
as usual, Moose Skowron and Hank
Bauer were there early ahead of me. I
got to my
locker and saw
a ball in my
shoe. I guess
[third base
coach] Frankie
Crosetti was
told to put it
there.
At that point,
Larsen knew
he was tabbed
by manager Casey Stengel to start
Game 5 with the series tied.
I looked at the ball and took a big swal-
low, Larsen said. I said to myself,
`Don't screw this one up. I'm just glad
Casey had the faith in me to give me
the ball.
Larsen certainly did nothing wrong that
fateful day, throwing the only perfect
game in the World Series, helping the
Yankees capture the 1956 World Series
title. After the seven-game win, he
earned the series MVP.
He didn't shake me off once, Berra
said. He was throwing pretty hard and
had a good breaking ball that day.
Everything was working for him. Both
pitcher and catcher remember it vividly,
of course. Such an unforgettable mo-
ment on such an unforgettable day. The
sentimentality, for sure, remains.
Yogi and I are the only ones left from
that game, Larsen said. I'll never for-
get the day when I came to the Yan-
kees. One of the things I knew, was that
I was going to pitch to one of the great-
est catchers ever. Yogi means as much
to me today as he did then. As time
goes on, it hasn't been forgotten and it
will never be forgotten even after we're
gone.
Berra said that he never dreamed that
memorabilia from his playing days
would become so valuable. If I knew
then what I know now, he said, I would
have saved all my uniforms instead of
giving them back. And I had a lot of
them.
The Globe and Mail
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PROPERLY REGISTERED
BUYERS AGENT
Chris Christy, Auctioneer #5584
Firm #5371 RE Firm #260876
2012 Premier Auctions, LLC
www.PremierAuctionsLLC.net
SELLING ONSITE, SATURDAY NOVEMBER 3 AT 10 AM.
315 Monticello, Franklin, TN 37064
OPEN HOUSE
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 26,
3 TO 5 PM.
PREVIEW AT
8 AM DAY OF SALE.
Stately and elegant, yet comfortable and welcoming.
Master suite on main. Two huge family rooms. Light bright
and airy.
Nearly 4,000 sf with 4 BR, 3.5 BA
2-story den w/gas fireplace, marble, surround sound
Formal dining room and parlor
Large eat-in kitchen w/cook-top in island
Hardwood floors kitchen, dining, and foyer
First floor Master Suite w/walk-in closet, jetted-tub
Bonus room over garage with large walk-in closet
7 ceiling fans - except dining room and kitchen
Security system, carbon monoxide & radon detectors
Quiet back yard overlooks Fairways at Spencer Creek golf course
PERSONAL PROPERTY ALSO TO BE AUCTIONED BY
MUSIC CITY AUCTION
Front and rear stairways -Central vacuum system -Lots of storage -
Irrigation system - Water softener - One water heater per f l oor - Mat ur e
t r eed l ot Over si zed 2 car gar age - Pre-inspected!
BASIC TERMS: Sold AS IS, WHERE IS, 10% Buyers Premium, 20% down day of sale as non-
refundable earnest money. Closing on or before 30 days. No contingencies. Sale not contingent
on bidder financing. Buyer and Seller to each pay 50% of closing the sale
ABSOLUTE AUCTION
A Real tor Fri endl y
PARTNERING WITH MUSIC CITY AUCTION (#4976)
SELLING PERSONAL PROPERTY @ ABSOLUTE AUCTION
ESTATE OF LEONA KLEBAN DABBS
Personal Property to Begin Selling @ 9AM
13% Buyers Premium (10% if payment by cash/check)
David Allen, Auctioneer #5600 615-335-6261
www.musiccityauction.net
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CHECK OUR WEBSITE FOR COMPLETE INFORMATION ON OUR NEXT AUCTION.
114 George L. Davis Blvd.
Nashville, TN 37203
David Allen, Auctioneer #5600
Music City Auction TN FL 4976
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MONDAY, OCTOBER 29TH AT 6:00 PM
615-335-6261
Moon rocks, chunks of Mars auctioned in New York
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Meteorites
from Mars and the biggest piece of the
Moon ever offered for sale went on the
block on Sunday in New York in what
organizers billed as history's largest
meteorite auction, which brought in
over $1 million.
More than 125 meteorites were offered
in the private sale. The most expensive
items on offer were four pounds (1.8 kg)
of Moon rock that were once embedded
on the dark side of the Moon before an
asteroid sent them hurling into space.
They sold for $330,000 after the auc-
tion's end.
The most hotly contested lot was a slice
of the Seymchan meteorite, pieces of
which were found in Siberia in the
1960s. The 9-inch-tall (23-cm-tall) slice,
embedded with olivine crystals, went
for $43,750, about 12 times its esti-
mated sale price.
Items that failed to sell included a large
fragment of the Tissint meteorite of
Martian origin that fell in Morocco last
year, and an iron meteorite resembling
a howling face that was found in the
Kalahari Desert in southern Africa. It
was valued at $175,000 to $225,000.
Meteorites are priced for their size, rar-
ity, beauty and provenance. Some
items sold for as little as a few hundred
dollars.
Buyers are typically willing to pay more
for bits of rock or iron known to have
originated on the Moon or Mars. Lunar
meteorites are particularly rare, he said,
with only about 135 pounds (61.2 kg) of
the rock known to exist on Earth.
"It is the oldest material mankind can
touch, the raw ingredients of the plan-
ets," Pitt said in describing the appeal
of collecting meteorites.
A piece of the so-called Peekskill mete-
orite, which was caught on camera 20
years ago burning through the sky be-
fore smacking into a Chevy Malibu in
New York, sold for $16,250.
One buyer paid $1,375 for a piece of
stone involved in the only documented
fatality caused by a meteorite when it
crashed down in 1972.
"It was a cow," auctioneer Ed Beardsley
said. "It was pulverized. It was quick."
4682 Nashville Hwy.
Chapel Hill, TN 931-364-5678
Referring Agent: Lisa Morris
Auctioneer: Ross Tate
931-993-6990 - lisa@davidjentrealty.com
www.davidjentrealty.com
1700 Square Foot well maintained home, built in 1995. This brick home features a master bedroom w/private bath downstairs - two
bedrooms w/bath upstairs - covered deck and patio overlooking the back acreage - attached three car garage and additional detached
two car garage - concrete driveway. This home is situated in the middle of 20 level acres - some woodlands, some cleared with pond.
Open House Oct. 20 & 21 - 1:00 to 3:00 P.M.
2011 LOGUE ST. CHAPEL HILL
DIRECTIONS: From Chapel Hill, take Hwy 31A N. Turn left on Feedmill Rd at Dollar General Store and left at 1st stop sign, then right on Logue St. Go
.4 miles over railroad track. Home will be on the left.
TERMS: Real Estate: 10% of final price due day of auction with balance due on/before Nov 20, 2012. Property taxes prorated to the closing date. Pos-
session with deed. Personal Property: Full payment due day of sale with bankable check or cash.
AGENT NOTES: Jim & Thelma Cast are relocating and are selling personal items and their property. This much acreage and a move in ready home are
hard to find. The extra storage and garages are a big plus. The personal property is clean and collectable. Make your plans to preview the home and
be ready on the day of sale. Tent, chairs and food and drinks from MYAKKA River BBQ will be available on site.
Furniture: glass door book case, dining room table & 4 chairs (yellow), white bed, beveled edge mirror, hall tree, small oval table, 2 small
wooden tables, 2 tier round tables, butcher block table, unusual coffee table, night table, 4 drawer chest, wooden desk, 2 shoe racks, wood office desk,
large 8 green velvet couch, octagon side table, 2 wing back chairs, large tiger oak desk, wood single bed,
octagon shaped end table, old pine wardrobe, table pole lamp, wood podium, 10 metal chairs, oblong oak
table w/6 matching chairs, office chair, oak entertainment center, wood bench, childs rocker, computer desk
& chair, player piano w/100s of music rolls, queen or full cannon ball bed, square mirror tile topped coffee
table & end table that match, 3 nice desks, Antique Oak chest with mirror, Round Oak table, 1800s Fainting
Couch with good upholstery. Clocks: 2 quartz Waltham wall clocks, Seth Thomas mantel clock, Postal clock,
Love stamp postal clock. TVs: Nice Toshiba, Daewoo TV, Trinitron Sony 32. Collectables: baseball & foot-
ball memorabilia, stamp collections, collector players, old marbles, Carnival glass, USA glass, Fenton, Green depression, German glass, McCoy, an-
tique copper cooker, antique sausage mill, antique large smoothing iron, Dwell meter, chopper axe, antique Bates numbering machine, old watches,
pipes, lighters, 3 old straight razors, old Arabian knife, old nativity figurines from Germany, old hats & purses, 12 place setting Tudor plate Oneida flat-
ware, antique baby toys, lots of old toys, cast iron train set, old circus train set w/animals, lots of vases, old rolling pins, old Bronco Buddy Little Tot Trainer
Horse in original box, Homer Laughlin Rhythm pattern dish set, Japan tea set, glass basket, 2 preserve stands, old platter, cranberry pitcher, Old Spice
shaving mug, old mixing bowls, old cups, dishes & glass items, 8 place setting USA marked Cavalier Ironstone, Royal china, Japan tea set, old small
wooden box, Old Dixie brand sewing machine (pedal type), old cast iron spool thread holder, old brass U.S. marked lock, very old painting of beautiful
young girl, Nathan Bedford Forrest picture Follow Me, Pinkie & Blue Boy pictures, old school seats, Philco short wave radio (old). Elvis Memorabilia:
magazines, records, puzzles, small items, umbrella, Elvis Blue Christmas statue. Harley Davidson Motorcycle take off parts: headlight rims, wheel cov-
ers, detachable locks, hwy pegs, license plate frame, foot board rubbers, master cylinder clutch brackets, turn signal covers, boot protector, shiftier rub-
ber, tool pouch, oil pressure gauge digital, fuel cap, LED tail light (new), 2 tail lights, fork slider covers, auxiliary housing, 2 antennas, stock grips, turn
signal covers, clutch & brake lever, shift rubbers, boot covers, switch housing, front brake caliber screw, rider covers, wind defectors, brake pedal cover.
Harley Davidson: motorcycle caddy (new), top saddle bag. Harley Collectables: blanket throw, patches, books, 100th Anniversary helmet, backpack,
barometer, several blankets, wire motorcycle racing machine, motorcycle purse, motorcycle jacket-sz 1X, chaps-XL, backpack, Harley T-shirts. Toys:
Post Office bear, Barbie doll, motorcycle toy rider-battery operated, old toys, Little Tikes outdoor play area, outdoor play gym, misc. baseball equipment,
childrens books & games. Exercise Equip./Bikes: Radio Flyer Tricycle, ProTen 10 speed, Huffy Independence, Mountain Track bike, bicycle child car-
rier, Abcoaster, Ariesport, pads, Sportcraft, Bunroller, Health Rider, weight bench Tools: 2 Craftsman sanders, socket set, torch, circular saw, lots of small
hand tools,75 air hose w/quick connects (New), hand saws, Huskee (35 ton) log splitter 12 HP, Black & Decker Workmate 400. Postal Items: puzzles,
cast iron toy banks, coins, belt buckles, post office books, badges, cast iron horse drawn mail wagons, old Fairbanks postal scale, collectors postal box
fronts. Miscellaneous: unusual wood ladder, CD collection, cassette tapes, office supplies, aluminum ladders, old wood ladders, 12 x 12 metal dog pen,
5 x 8 Trailer w/heavy duty slide out ramp, Reese towing hitch, Popular Science Do It Yourself Encyclopedia set, Eagle signed painting, costume jew-
elry, old fair banks, lots of kitchenware, ceramic statues, lead glass candleholders, misc. towels, Driza-Bone Aussie Outback trench coat XL, leather &
wool vest, 2 mink coats, Bubba keg, miscellaneous pictures, large area rug, 2 electric fans, fireman shadow box display, wood framed mirror, oval quilt-
ing frame, fireplace set, cast iron items, xbox player, silver Christmas tree, yard statues, compost maker, 2 extension ladders, metal dog cage, 5 con-
crete planters, huge wreath, metal rack, metal yard cart w/seat, misc. small kitchen appliances, Whirlpool dryer, Pelonis oil heater, lawnmower trailer,
Agri-Fab seeder spreader for lawnmower, smoker/cooker, Fiesta gas grill, kerosene heater, Blue Ox motor home toe bar & access. Guns: Omega 22
short pistol, German 22 revolver.
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ESTATE AUCTI ON
OCTOBER 2 6 & 2 7 * 9 A. M. PARI S, TN
AUC1ION HELD ON PROPER1Y 4b4 DUNLAP S1, 4 BLOCKS SE OF HENRY COUN1Y COUR1 HOUSE.
LOIS MCLEAN ESTATE
5,15b SQ.F1 HIS1ORIC 2 S1ORY RESIDENCE
PLUS 1,925 SQ. F1. BASEMEN1, DOWNS1AIRS
FEA1URES : EN1RANCE HALL, DOUBLE POCKE1
DOORS 1O LARGE LIJING ROOM & FORMAL
DINING MASSIJE CARJED & NO1CHED 1RIM,
KI1CHEN & BREAKFAS1 AREA,SUNROOM DEN,
MAS1ER BEDROOM, BA1H, SPINDLE S1AIRS WI1H
LANDING UPS1AIRS S1AINED GLASS WINDOWS, 4
BEDROOMS, 2 BA1HS, 1. ACRES SHADY LO1
ANTIQUE FURNITURE
OPEN HOUSE SUN * OCT. 21* 1:30 - 4 P.M.
& THURS. * OCT 23 * 4 - 6- P.M.
HANGING LIGHTS & LAMPS
AUCTIONS & REAL ESTATE SALES
MARVIN E. ALEXANDER CAI, Auctioneer - TL 9; TFL 107
239 University Street, Martin, Tennessee Ofce: 731-587-4244
Emai l : al exander auct i ons@f r ont i er net . net
$ / ( ; $ 1'( 5
10% Buyers Premium Added To Final Bid
WATERlORD CRYSTAL CHANDELIER
CRYSTAL CHANDELIER, CRYSTAL
ELECTRIlIED OIL LAMP, VICTORIAN
HANGING LIGHTS, ROSEVILLE
lREESIA LAMPS, BRASS STUDENT
LAMPS, ORGAN LAMPS, lLOOR LAMPS,
HURRICANE LAMPS, OIL LAMPS
CHINA
GLASS
COLLECTIBLES & ANTIQUE GUNS
METAL & RUBBER TOYS
CLOCKS
P. ROBERTS GRANDlATHER WEIGHT CLOCK,
SETH THOMAS MANTEL & KITCHEN CLOCK,
INGRAHAM MANTEL 8 DAY CLOCK,GREEN
MARBLE MANTEL CLOCK
ORIENTAL RUGS
Bristol & Crystal Lusters, 30 Pieces Cutglass,
Crystal,100 Pieces Press Glass, Ruby Glass,
Northvood Cherry & Little llover Carnival Glass, Art
Glass Vases
IRLNCE EAVILLAND LIMOGLS, BAVARIA, NIPPON, W.E
GRINDLLY & CO. LNGLISE, GOLD CASTLL BLUL
ILOWLR, GRLLN CRYSTAL, BLUL CRYSTAL,
RAMBLLR ROSL, LLNOX PLACETRLL, GLRMANY,
IRON STONL, EAND PAINTLD BOWLS, PLATLS &
ROSLVILLL IRLLSIA LAMPSVASLS,ROSLVILLL IRLLSIA
LAMPS, PORCLLAIN VASLS, STONLWARL
Brass & Glass Ink Wells &lountain Pens, Iron
vare, Primitive, ligurines, Old Radios, Old
Walking Sticks, Cameras, Books, 33`s & 45`s
and Old Record Albums, Doll lurniture, Dolls:
Armand Marselle Doll, Bisque Dolls
WINCHESTER MD. 1897 PUMP SHOTGUN, 12
GA. PARKER BROTHERS SXS SHOTGUN, 12
GA. GERMAN MAUSER MD. 98 BOLT RIlLE,
REMINGTON 870 WINGMASTER PUMP
SHOTGUN, 16 GA. IVER 1OHNSON 410 GA.
SHOTGUN, STEVENS MD. 15A RIlLE, 22
LIONLL TRAIN SLT WITE TRAClS, AMLRICAN
ILYLR TRAIN SLT, MILITARY TOYS, MISSILL
LAUNCELR, #1B TRANSIORMLR, AMLRICAN
ILYLR TWIN TRANSIORMLR, JLT AGL MARBLL
PINBALL TYPL GAML, MLTAL TRUClS
100+ PRINTS, FRAMES, & MIRRORS
PERSIAN TABRIZ 10`6 X 14` (EARLY 60`S)
PERSIAN TABRIZ 10` X 13` ( EARLY 60`S)
PAKISTANI BOKARA3`1 X 14`5 (70`S)
IND. OUSHAK 5`11 X 6`1 (60`S)
PAKISTANI PRAYER RUG 2`11 X 4`11`
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MARK YOUR CALENDAR FOR THESE TWO BIG AUCTION EVENTS!
ABSOLUTE AUCTION
2420 Gallatin Pike North, Madison, TN 37115
Formerly Chopped & The Shack
Building (6000 +/-)
& 2.15 Acres
(2 LOTS BEING SOLD TOGETHER)
2011 Average Daily Traffc Count- 27,815!
Equipment will be sold first at 10am, Building & Real Estate
at 12 noon.
Equipment & Property will be regrouped & potential buyer must
increase the total bid by Five percent to purchase all as is.
***MOST RECENT REAL ESTATE
TAX APPRAISAL $842,600***
Terms: Cash to Seller.Equipment cash day of sale.Real Estate Buyer must
sign Real Estate Purchase
Contract & submit a Fifty Thousand Dollar non refundable security deposit
day of sale in the form of a Cashiers Check or certified funds. Sellers will ap-
prove or reject highest offer day of sale.
QUESTIONS? CALL 615-369-3608 or go to:
AUCTIONCHUCK.COM
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10 AM SATURDAY, November 10, 2012
AUCTION & REAL ESTATE SALES
(TFL# 242778 / TAFL # 3924) AUCTIONEER: CHARLIE (CHUCK) RYAN (TBL# 222209 / TAL # 4502)) TN-0101594772
800-44TH AVENUE NORTH, NASHVILLE, TN 37209
Statements made auction day take precedent over all prior advertisements & statements
POOL TABLES, JUKEBOXES (CDs & Antique
Collectable 45 rpm jukeboxes),
PINBALLS, VIDEO GAMES,
DART MACHINES, GUMBALLS,
AIR HOCKEY, CRANES, CHANGE &
VENDING MACHINES, INDUSTRIAL
EQUIPMENT & MUCH MORE!
Auctioneer
Col. CHUCK RYAN
Real Estate Broker
Directions: From Nashville take I-40 West to exit 205 (46th Av
Exit), Turn rt @ light go 2 blks & Turn rt on Indiana, go 2 blks
to Auction site.
800 44th Avenue North,
Nashville, TN 37209
PLEASE, NOTE NEW AUCTION SITE
Watch for Yellow Signs
GREAT TIME TO BUY FOR YOUR BUSINESS OR GAME
ROOM AT BELOW WHOLESALE!
TERMS: CASH or GOOD CHECK WITH GOVERNMENT PHOTO ID & BANK LETTER OF CREDIT. NO CREDIT OR DEBIT CARDS ACCEPTED! Non-
Consignors & Non-Operators pay a 10% BUYERS PREMIUM ON ALL PURCHASES plus TENNESSEE SALES TAX. CONSIGNORS & BONIFIDE GAME
OPERATORS PAY ONLYA$10 PER ITEM HANDLING FEE PER LOT PURCHASED. CONSIGNORS PAY $10 REGISTRATION FEE PER LOT & 10% OF
THE SALES PRICE WITH $100 Maximum per lot. $10 NO SALE FEE PER LOT. Tax Exempt must present a current copy of your state Tax Exemption Cer-
tificate when registering or PAY SALES TAX. NO EXCEPTIONS.
YOUR CONSIGNMENTS CHEERFULLY ACCEPTED
Consignments accepted on Friday, 12 noon until 9 pm and from 7 am Auction Day.
G O T O AU C T IO N C H U C K .C O M
FO R M O R E IN FO R M AT IO N , EM AIL O R C ALL U S!
EM AIL: AU C T IO N C H U C K @C O M C AST.N ET O R C ALL 615- 369- 3608
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illustration purposes only.
Actual items may be different
10 AM, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 2012