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Tuesday Evening, June 5, 1962. Call Five in Washington Investigation INDIANAPOLIS (-DPI)— A federal grand jury in Washington has subpoenaed at least five Indianapolis residents lieved to be in what is probe Into mysterious disappearance of an Indianapolis attorney seven years ago. Among those subpoenaed Monday was Frank McKinney, Indian, apolis bank president and former Democratic national chairman. All are to appear Wore the grand jury Wednesday morning, At least two of those served said they believed the investigation dealt with attorney Davic Probslein who has«not been seen since June 6, 1!>55', when he checked out of a St. Louis, Mo. hotel after telling another lawyer he was "on a dangerous mission.' The jury presumably hopes to determine if the disappearance had anything to do with an $8,001 loan Probstein reportedly obtainec from the Teamsters Union in 1954- in the purchase of a taxi cab company in Indianapolis. The loan was disclosed in tosti mony before the Senate. Rackets Committee in 1958. Earlier in the committee hearing, Francis Moore, vice president of the ol< Fidelity Bank & Trust Co., Indian apolis, testified that a check foi $125,000 was deposited in the bank on Oct. 27, 1954, from Detroi Local 299 of the Teamsters Union Moore said the check was signed by James Hoffa, the Team ster Chief, who'has been the ob ject of a determined investigation by the committee's investigator Robert Kennedy, now attorne; general, McKinney was president of th bank at the time the deposit was made and now heads a mergec bank, American Fletcher Nationa Bank & Trust Co. He speculated Monday that the inquiry might relate to deposits and withdrawals by the union and Probstein. Also called to testify was Paul Shick, who was president of the Indianapolis Board of Public Safety at the time Probstein obtained a license to operate the State Cab Co. Probstein had told the board he had no backing from a labor union, a charge leveled at him at the lime he obtained authority from the board to operate 12 taxis. The missing attorney laler sold Slate Cab to United Cab. The late Gene San Soucie, then president of Indianapolis Teamsters Local 135, told newsmen in 1958: "I tried Lo help Probslein oul and break up the non-union -cab racket here. If I could get my hands on the little — now, I'd chain him to my desk until he paid me back." Other subpoenas were received by Clifford Courtney, now Indiana revenue commissioner,' then on the Board of Public Safety, and Indianapolis attorney John Carson. 2 Aunts Contest Big Estate Left To Purdue U. LOS ANGELES', Calif. (UPD- 'he $!.& million estate of hotel perator Hamlin K. Buchman was ;ontested Monday in Los Angeles tilperior Court by two of his junts. Buchman, 63, former assistant state attorney of Illinois, left the nilk of his estate lo Purdue Uni- /er'sity. He specified nine-tenths ol t was to go to Purdue for studenl oans, and one-tenth to UCLA for :he same purpose.; He died April 12' from an apparently self-inflicted gunshot wound. His aunts, Mrs. Lea King Freeman, .Huntington Beach, x Calif., and Mrs. Sadie-Goldberg, Chicago, claimed Buchman was "not : of sound and disposing mind " and therefore not competent to execute his last will and testament." ' Judge Clyde C. Triplett set Sept. 17 for a hearing on the contest. He also held up probate of the will pending that proceeding. Official Ruling INDlANAPOUS'XU'PD-i-A ruling Monday by Atty. Gen." Edwin K. Stefers held that the Public: Em- ployes Retirement, Fund of Indi; ana was forbidden to invest in mutual fund .or open, end investment trusts by Indiana's constitution. • Steers said the constitution, pro-, hibited the state from becoming a stockholder in any corporation or association. He said that PERF was,an agency of the, state .and it was his opinion that "open end investment > trusts and mutual COMPOSER ftfc NEW YORK (UPI) —.'Compos. er-producer .Juleb Styne ;and actress Margaret Brown were married Monday by Eabbi J u J i u s Mark. , . . . • Styne composed such stage and screen successes as ."Gypsy," "Gentlemen Prefer. Blondes," "Bells'Are Ringing 1 ' and "High Button Shoes." A previous mar- riage'ended in divorce. funds would be corporations or associations within the meaning ol '.hose terms, is used in the Indiana Constitution." . • , PUBLIC UBRAO 2 Officers Face Court Martial SEOUL, Korea (UPI)-Two U.S. Army first lieutenants today face a courtmartial in the beating of a Korean national last Tuesday. The Army Monday identified the officers as Thomas W. Wilde, a 1958 graduate of DePauw University at Greencastle, Jnd., 1 and David W. Swanson, a graduate of thj U.S. militarj' academy at West •Point. • Both men face charges of unlawful detention and assault and Lcgansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Wire* WHOLESALE PRICES DIP WASHINGTON (UPI) —Wholesale prices fell by one-tenth of 1 per cent in the week ended May 29, the Labor Department said Monday. -It brought the department's index of primary market prices to 100.1 per cent of its 1957-1959 base. battery in the healing of II Yong Lee, a former Army houseboy. Wilde is also charged with giving false information during an investigation, the Army said. Primary Test PIEKRE, !:|. D. (UPI) — Sen. •Francis Ca&ijv R-S.D., faced a major prima ty test today in his battle for a third term in Washington. • . Case was diallenged in today's GOP primary by Atty. Gen. A.C. Miller, who returned to politics from retirement two years ago. Miller has leen a state representative, circuit judge and lieutenant governpr. Read trie Want Ads TO '.I'AXPArimiM OF AIIO I'I'J O NAl, A V PUOTJUATION S Xntice is hereby given to the taxpayers of llio Civil City or the City ot I_,OKRnsport, Indiana, •that the Common Council or .such City at n, special meeting- to be held at S;00 o'clock P.M. on June 2S, :!9(i2, In the Council Chambers In the .bogansport City Bullclins', will consider and determine upon the following listed additional appropriations which the proper officers of walri City deem necessary to meet the emni'B'enclos existing- within the following- named Departments, of XHlcl City as of thin time: MICAI/I'H 3-37 Supplies, Other ...,!f 500.0(1 PARKS 2-2(i Services, Conlractual 1000.no 3-S1 Supplies, Fuel and Ice 150.00 PI till,TO IMPIUWJEMHSKT 2-2B Servlc:es, Other Contractual 750,00 si'moiAT. T.'inF, 7-72 ISriulpmeiit, Other , 2726,SB SPKCIAI, STRIOfST 5-50 Current Charges, Taxes 100.00 nOAI(l> OF PUIIIjfC WORKS A.\n SAKBTV 2-24 Services Contractiia.l, Printing' and A.dver- tlsinff 800.00 por.iorc 2-2n.Sen-ieos Contractual, Repairs 1200.00 8-32 Supplies, Garage and Motor- 1100.00 2-21 Services Contractual, ; Commii7iica.tion and Transportation ... 120.00 Taxpayers appearing: at such meeting- shall have a rig>ht. to be heard on the matter. The additional appropriations as finally determined upon will be referred to tne Indiana Stato Board of Tax Commissioners, a.nd such Board will thereafter conduct a further hearing- on the matter In the office of the Auditor of Cass Coun.ty, Indiana. At such latter hearinsr. taxpayers objecting to any of such nddltlqna.1 appropriations may be heard. Inquiry may be "made of said Audi-tor respect- in;? the time and. date as shall be fixed by said Board for such latter .hearing. Given this 4th day ot June, 19(12. Ralph G. Smit-h Clerk-Treasurer of the \City of Tjog'ansport, Indiana NOTICM TO ROAD CONTRACTORS! Notice Is hereby g-Iven that sealed proposals for the construction of certain highway Improvements as described below, will be received by the Indiana State Highway Commission at offices In tlie Indiana State Office Building, Indiana- polls, un'til 10:00 'A.M. Eastern Standard TJme on the 26th day of June, 1962, Room 131.1, when all proposals will be publicly opened and read. CONTRACT HS—5668 Bids' are invited on' CONCRETE WIDENING; AND HOT ASFHAIiTIC CONCRETE RESURFACE In the JjaPortc District on the follow- CASS COUNTY—Project F-152 (8), !>.3!)9 miles on SR 25, from tho north limits o£ Loffansport. to approximately 2.55 nillea northeast oC SR 16. Plans and proposals may he- ex-r fimlned at tho office of the Indl- Itna State Highway-Commission, In Indianapolis, Indiana. INDIANA STATE HIGHWAY COMMISSION E-12 OPEN ALL DAY WEDNESDAY Always a favorite... all-combed cotton, woven gingham check in the season's newest shades, by Pat Perkins. Washes easily, dries in a snap, and resists wrinkles, too. Leather tabbed elastieized belt. Sizes 12 to 20 and 12% to 32%. OTHER STYLES 6.98 SUN GLASSES 98c BEACH BAGS from 1.88 LADIES 7 JAMAICA SHORTS o.oo Choose from an array of stripes, solids, prints or plaids. All the season's latest colors. Sizes 10-16. Ladies H ALTER & BRA By Lovable 2.50 set 100% Cotton, completely washable and sanforlxed, Black or whit* with colorful trinm. Sizes 32-38, Beauty on land or on sea... Light FANTASTIC Diamond-patterned acetate-eotton- ,' J rayon swimsuit in classic diagonal drape, 19.95 .....part of the art of Em Fathers Day, June 17 SPORT SHIRTS by Van Heusen others to 5.00 .00 Chooia from itripos r loltds, checks, prinlt' or plaidi. All the new colon. Perfect glfti for Dad. Sizoi S-M-UXL. Van Antron SWEATER SHIRT New Summer HATS By Poitfis 3.98 Fathrot Day si the perfect occasion to give Dad a new hat. We have a II the latest style* In straw. All the seasons colors. L Pre-Cuffed SLACKS These pre-suffod slacks will fit you [perfectly . , . and Haggar tailor i the . beautiful 55% doer on Polyester®—45% rayon fabric *o expertly that your comfort will be on par with your appearance. The Fabric it light, cbol and comfortable . . . and we have your size in your favorite colors. You'll want several pairs at this low price. ^ • •• Roaring stripes with solids, belt, boyleg'i in nylon and spandex, 25.95 the art of Eve OfTHBR BATHING iSUIITS FROM 9.98 TO 25.95 Ladies FUN HATS from 98c ,Choo»e from the largest (election in townl Large, imall or in-bei, All colors and shapes. Girls Playwear Broadc/olfi Top, Poplin Shorta Crayon B/ue, Green fee, Navy/ Orangeade, Parasol Pink, Candy Apple Crop top in assorted prints bound at neck and arms with solid poplin. Poplin accented by white ric rac and decorative stitching edges the bottom. All around four needle elastic woiif shorts in colorful, easy-car* poplin. Cool little cats crave Healthtex* two-piece suits that can climb and cuddle and pop up purring. Knit tops of 2-ply combed , cotton snap-fasten at shoulder. Shorts are woven or knit cotton. Some all-around boxers, elastic backs with suspenders. Stripes, patterns, solids. Washable, Sizes: 2,3,4. 1 22259 S«t 3-6x Smadclolh; Nauliblue, Sail White Fully lined Americana Set. Red, whit* and blu* colors sparkle on this star-studded crop top. Two rows of fagoting down front, back button*d. Shorts with California »tyl* front-hat harmonizing red, whit* and blu* elaitic sides and back. USE OUR CONVENIENT LAY-A-WAYPLAN OR CHARGE IT •rooddoth Jiilp, Poplin Shorlti Crayon Bfue, pr««n Ice, Novy, Orangeqcfo, j'oroio/ Pink, Candy AppU Colorful printed crop top with solid bias iiinding at neck, armhole* and iibolloped hemline. Accented by solid color bow. Full cut poplin sho-ils ceJor matched to binding on crop top. Four needle elastic boxtir waiit. TOT PUBLIC UBRA£Y

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