fhursdsy Evening June 21, I9S2. Sp ring Ends With Out West Bang By United Press International | Tornadoes and heavy rain smacked parts of the Plains Wednesday night and early today in the closing hours of spring. Fog cloaked coastal areas of the Atlantic, Pacific and Great Lakes. Showers fell from New England to Florida and eastward along the Gulf. Summer officially begins at 4:24 p.m. CUT today, when the sun reaches its northernmost point in the sky. As this summer solstice ta'kcs place, winter begins in the Southern Hemisphere. Several twisters -were spotted in western Nebraska near Sidney, Gurley and Kimball, with no damage reported aside from some flattened wheat. Another tornado was seen about 60 miles south of Dickinson, N.D., during one of the severe thunderstorms that lashed the north and central Plains. Nearly l ] /£ inches of rain drenched Aberdeen, S.D., in a six-hour period during the night. Most northern areas of the nation had readings in the.50s anc 60s/ but 'around the Great Lakes the- mercury dropped lower. Marquette, Mich., shivered in a 37- degree chill. Blythe, Calif., sweated out 05-degree heat at midnight, In the afternoon, funnel clouds were sighted near New Orleans La.; Pierre, S.D., and Bristol Tenn. Commie Buildup Opposite Quemoy WASHINGTON (UPI) — High American officials said today large-scale Chinese Communisl buildup on the coast opposite Quemoy and Matsu may be in preparation for an attack againsl the two Nationalist-held islands. On the other hand, they said, ihe Red troop movement could be •a defensive move sparked by recurring Chinese Nationalist threats to attempt an invasion oi the mainland, which Generalissimo Chiang Kai-shek lost 13 years ago. Officials said intelligence reports during the past two weeks disclosed a large-scale movemen of ground troops into Fukien Province near Quemoy and Matsu. The two islands are just a few miles from the mainland but 101 miles east of Chiang's strongholc of Formosa. Some officials said they fell Chinese Communist chief Mao Tse-tung might be preparing an assault on Quemoy and Matsu to distract U. S. attention from Southeast Asia. Situation Termed "Dangerous" The situation was described in the highest quarters here "dangerous." The White House was said to be keeping an ex- wemely close eye on developments. Intelligence officials gave few specific details. However, they said the buildup appeared to be considerably larger than the last BIBLE SCHOOL PROGRAM SET FOR FRIDAY A special program to be pre sented by enrolled children at the Vacation Bible School of the Wheatland avenue Methodist church will close out the current session of the school at 7 p.m. Friday. Parents and friends will have an opportunity to view the handi craft the children made at the school and visit the classrooms following the program. The school had an average daily attendance of 95 children in this year's session. Mrs. Frances Shelhart was director and Mrs. Rosemary Clark, co-director. The following persons served as leaders: kindergarten: Doris Chapman and Madeline Conrad, leaders, and Joyce Minglin, Helen Forker and Carol Gibbs, teachers; primary: Polly Carbaugh, leader, and Gordon Wolf, Muriel Turner, Eleanor Bell, Carolyn Bentlage and Marilyn Gale, teachers; junior department: Pat Ellington; leader, and Mildred Elam, Susie Hatten, and Flora Jane Stewart, teachers. Helpers were: Krista Stewart, Diana Michael, Pat Fisher, Pam Michael, Bob Best, Charlotte Elam, Nancy Ellington, Shelley and Therese Fickle, Carol Murphy, Teresa Gibbs and Nancy Smith. Tracie Corn was in charge of music and Joan Michael, Kristi Clary and Marilou Pearson worked in the kitchen. Presenting for Your Entertainment Frankie Parente's Combo FRIDAY, JUNE 22nd 9:30 p.m. to 2:00 a.m. C. I. 0. CLUB, No. 3261 315 Pearl Street- Members Only SPECIAL Every Friday Night Fresh Channel Catfish Dinners $1.00 PURCELL'S CAFE AND BAR —I«mHy Room— big operation in 1958, when the Reds leveled a heavy artillery barrage against Quemoy anc Matsu. Current 'intelligence reports do not mention any great buildup in the Red air force in the area as in 1958. Nor is there any mention of landing craft necessary for serious assault. These factors led some officials to conclude that the Red operation was purely defensive. The United States has been con cerned lately by the increasingly frequent threats of the Chinese Nationalists to. attempt an inva sion of the mainland. Mainland Troubled Officials said some Nationalists appeared to believe the near-fa mine in China and the industrial troubles there make this an op portune time for an invasion, The United States has an agreement from Chiang not to at tempt such an adventure without Washington's permission. Military officials said Chinese Nationalists would have little chance of getting any. sizable force ashore without U.S. help. Nevertheless,'U.S. officials have been uneasy, about the situ ation. The United States is firmly committted to the defense of Formosa but the situation is not so clear regarding Quemoy anc Matsu. The assumption has been thai the United Slates would help defend these outposts, too, if a Rec attack on them appeared to be a prelude to an assault on For mosa. Hi INDUSTRIE- MONTHLY 19S3 TO DA RECESSION?—U. S. Commissioner of Labor Statistician Ewan Clague denied Wednesday that he had predicted a recession in 1963 but said, pointing to the chart, economic history indicates that a business "downturn" might, occur next year. (UPI Unifax) Bon Action On Redistricting Local Men Win Trip to Washington Two Logansport union committeemen of the "United .Steelworkers :of America are among' six from district 30 :who will leave Saturday for a week's expense- paid trip to Washington, D. C. James Williams, 1601 Silver St., financial secretary of U3WA local 3261 at Rockwell Standard corporation, and James Pierce, 67 East Linden Ave., a trustee of the same local, won the tours on the basis of written examinations corf ducted this month among union students at a Legislative Education Training Conference sponsored by the union in cooperation with Indiana university. OTHER WINNERS were James Carl and Roland- Spinks p£ Indianapolis and Charles Smith and James Head of Owensboro, Ky. The unique adult education program involved a four-day study course on "The American Political System." It was designec to instruct local union committee men in details of the legislative process. . The week's activities in Wash' mgton will include daily breakfasl meetings with various federal'of ficials. .Senator Vance Hartke.will be host at one of the breakfas: meetings. ON MONDAY and Tuesday the group will see Congress in action Wednesday 'will be devoted to sight-seeing; there will be guided tours of Army installations Thursday; and Friday will be devoted mainly to discussions of the previous activities. They will star home that evening. ndia Zerbe to Be Hello Soloist at vtusic Convention India Zerbe, daughter o£ Mr. nd Mrs, Leroy Keplinger, 1731 George > street, has been chosen musical delegate to the annual 'onvention of Mu Phi Epsilon, Na- ional Professional Musical sbror- ty at Indiana University. She will represent the New York Alumnae chaptei? and will be presented as cello, soloist Wednesday evening, June 27. A native of Indiana, Mrs. Zerbe INDIANAPOLIS (UPI) — Legal action to force legislative reappor. tionment was at a virtual standstill today in the wake of a ruling Wednesday by the Indiana Supreme Court. The court issued a writ prohibiting Marion County Superior Court Judge John Linder from taking action on a suit filed by State Sen. Nelson Grills, D-Ind., to force the State Board of Elections to reapportion the' General Assembly before the November elections. The high court held that the board has no power to reapportion and that its sole function is to supervise elections. The' court gave Linder until July 30 to either dismiss Grills' suit or file an answer to the .writ. Linder said he would file a reply in defense of his position that state government has a duty to act when the legislature does not fulfill its constitutional'obligation to reapportion every six years, PUBLIC AUCTION Due to leaving town the following items will be sold at auction on Saturday at the former Mrs. Carl Wagner residence. SATURDAY, JUNE,23, 1962 Sale Time 1:00 p.m.- 927 High LISTING—Magic Chef gas range, Frigidaire refrigerator (nice), toaster, juicer, kitchen table, 3 matching.odd chairs, utility cupboard, 3 cupboards, deep freeze, mops and cleaning supplies, electric sweeper, band sweeper, G. E. console radio and record player (78 rpm), records, magazine rack, 4 book shelves, glider, platform rocker, 2 odd chairs, 4 folding chairs and folding table, several stands, half size mattress and spring, cedar chest, bed spring and mattress, linens, odd rugs, bedding, bathroom scales, vanity,, sewing rocker, electric fan, 2 card tables, dining room suite with round table, folding .stand, 3 floor lamps, 9x12 rug and pad, table lamps, couch (good), antique wing back chair, antique lamp, dishes, peuter, goblets with gold bands, silverware, cookware of all kinds, books of all kinds', several picture frames, antique drape rods and drapes, 2 what-not shelves, 2 grass rugs, garden tools, lawn mower, 2 step ladders, sprinkler, insulated bag, 2 trunks, old hen and 8 little chickens. Keith Berkshire, Terms: Cash Your Friendly Auctioneer Not responsible for accidents. .Conducted by Phone 3197 * Distributors BERKSHIRE'S Brokers * Liquidators Logansport, Ind. Auctioneers * NOTICE Pharos-Jribune & Press DISPLAY ADVERTISING DEADLINES: HALF-PAGE ADS OR LARGER—NOON TWO DAYS BEFORE PUBLICATION All Other Ads - 36 Hours Before Publication SUNDAY DEAPUNE: Quarter-page ads or larger - Neon Friday; ail other ads—5 p.m. Friday. COLOR: 4 Pays In Advance. Your cooperation and assistance in adhering to these deadlines will hefp us give YOUR ad the expert workmanship it deserves. There has been no reapportion' ment in Indiana since 1921. Linder, who ruled last year that the Indiana General Assembly was illegally constituted because of. the failure to reapportion, said Wednesday that he had considered appointing a master in chancery to carry out reapportionmeht. He said, however, that he felt the high, .court's rilling would block this, move although the .order did not affect his earlier ruling. Linder also had 'suggested that a three-man panel of non-partisan political scientists be appointed to carry out reapportionment. He suggested that the panel members be picked from the faculties of three universities in the state. He warned.that failure to reapportion could lead to federal court intervention in the matter. A reapportionment suit filed by the Indiana Civil Liberties Union is pending in U.S. District Court here but has been continued at Mrs. Grace Geier, 86, Dies at Logansport; Final Rites Sunday BEYNOLDS—Mrs. Grace Geier 88, of Reynolds, 'wife of Albert Geier, died at 3:30 p.m. Wednes day at a Logansport hospital fo] lowing an illness of several years Born Oct. 29, 1875 in Preston Iowa, she was the daughter o Henry and Eliza Williamson Bush Her marriage was on Sept. 1 1908. She was a member of the Eey nolds Methodist church. Survivors .include her husband a daughter, Mrs. Mar'mei How ard, Reynolds; and three grant children. A daughter, four broth ers and three sisters precede her in death. Funeral services will be held a noon Sunday at the Aufenber and White funeral home in Mpn ticello with Rev. Herbert PetricI officiating. Burial will be in Rey nolds Lutheran cemetery. Friends may call at the funera home after 4 p.m. Friday. least until after the Novembe election. Boat and Household Auction SATURDAY, JUNE 23 Starting at 5 p.m. At Midwest Machinery Auction Building Located on Hi-way 24, east edge of Reynolds, Ind. Logansport, Indiana Pharos-Tribune Mtid; attended Butler University where she won the Mu Phi Epsilon scholarship for highest marks as a freshman. She later studied with Aldo Parisoi, famous' Brazilian cellist and recent soloist with the New Jersey Symphony at Yale University. Mrs. Zerbe is on the faculty of Montclair State college, Upper Montclair, N.J. She is the wife of Louis Zerbe who is also a member of the Montclair faculty. Read the Want Ads! April Court Term Extended by Judge '• The April term of the Cass circuit court is being extended to Monday, Sept. 3, by order of Judge Norman Kiesling on the grounds that the business of the court requires it. The September term of court will begin as soon as the April, term ends. The April term would- have ended this month if Judge Kiesling had not extended it by, court order Thursday. We have several boats and motors already consigned. We need more. This, is the time of the summer season to move your boats. HOUSEHQLD-£ood Philco refrigerator; 2 dinette sets, tables and chairs complete; mahogany desk; gateleg table; lounge chair and ottoman; several chests of drawers; old dressers;' good 21" console TV; 3 gas ranges; 2 living room suites; several upholstered occasional chairs; 4 good radios; Zenith radio and record combination; very nice mahogany bedroom suite, complete; bedroom suite, complete 5 pieces; dining room suite; 3 beds with springs; writing desk; several end tables and coffee' tables; tea cart; Cosco stool; 2 double sinks; corner bathtub; corner lavatory and medicine cabinet; like new Maytag washer;' 3 good sets of twin tubs; gas automatic dryer; 80 gal hot water heater; china cupboard; large selection ofrpicture frames, bedding, .dishes and cookware; large selection of doors, windows and screens; 2 good power lawn mowers; several reel lawn.mowers; and .many other miscellaneous items. The .above furniture is 2 complete Households. 1957 FORD FAIRLANE AUTO, very good, condition. We are still accepting consignments for this auction, and will take them until time of sale. Call L. Cobb Vogel, "Manager and Auctioneer, Reynolds, Phone 131-R-l, or Wally Bucher, Francesville, Phone LO-7-9342. Lunch will be served, Come for the evening and enjoy our auction. PUBLIC SALE As we are moving to Florida we will sell at our home in Chili, the first house north of the river bridge on Road 19, on Saturday, June 23,1962 AT 1:00 P.. M. 25-ft. Maytag upright freezer, like new; good Gulbransen piano; cherry antique gate leg table; antique cherry desk; mahogany twin beds; 2 antique end table's, ,4 poster cherry spool.bed (a beauty); antique chest of drawers; good 12x15 wool rug; 9x12 rug; 2 Air King window fans; antique chest; 2 knee hole desks; drop leaf .table; 2 upholstered chairs; 4 cane bottom chairs; walnut commode; Hollywood bed; sewing cabinet; bookcase; chest of drawers; dresser; wing chair; swivel chair; bed side tables; studio couch; good kitchen table; ice cream chair; 4 metal cabinet shelves; high chair; mulear chair; single bed; 2 wicker chairs; mirrors; stand and floor lamps; walnut chest; glass door cupboard; ^porch swing; .baby stroller; 600 ft. garden hose; 30, ft. extension ladder;. metal w.ork bench; tool bench with good vise; eyelet stamping machine; 1 antique apothecary scale; merry tiller .lawn aireatpr,;.metal fence posts; the usual list of dishes and cooking utensils; 1 some bedding and, many items not mentioned^ • -I Auctioneer's note: This is a high class offering with many antiques and must be seen to be appreciated. TERMS—CASH. Not responsible for accidents. Joe and Ellen Crowded Carl Fisher, Auct. , Mrs. Dean McGuire, Clerk SPECIAL! PENNEY'S FEATHERWEIGHT TROPICAL SUITS REDUCED!! 5,5% DAORON POtiYESTBR 45% WOOl • ORGY 5 • BROWNS $ &IUES 31 Handsomely tailored tropicals. All 3-button classics with pleated or plain front trousers, all wrinkle fighting champs. Come in, compare the quality and style a* this low price. Regulars and longs; good selection to choose from. Wash-n-Wear Suits Reduced to $18 and $28 COTTON KNIT SHIRT SPECIAL JSO Stock up on plackets, boatnecks or continentals during this special buyl The latest styles in five favorite shadingsl MATCHED WORK SET SPECIAl! $1 $2 SHIRT PANTS Machine Washable summer-weights come in greyl Shirts feature short sleeves, pants boast plain frontsl EASY-CARS DRESS SHIRTS Cool, short sleeve models of luxurious cotton Kingdor collar, vented sleeves! Little or no iranl Sanforized! 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