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PAGE 6 THE TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE Saturday, April 3, 1965 TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE SUBSCRIPTION RATES By Carrier In City/Per .Week. ..- '. 35 cents By Mail/One Year, Tipton and Adjacent Counties $8.00' Member United Press .International News Service Entered as Second Class Matter, Oct. 4, 1895 at the Postoffice in Tipton, Indiana, Under the Act of Congress of March 3, 1879 . PUBLISHED DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY. BY TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY 221-223 East Jefferson Street, Tipton, Indiana. Telephone OS 5-2115 Klan Was Founded On Bigotry and Bias By NICHOLAS C. CHRISS United Press International ATLANTA (UPI) — Striking at the tap roots o fthe modern- day Ku Klux Klan, FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover said in New York on December 12, 1964: "We must be ever alert to the activities of the Ku Klux Kian and other racist groups that would trample upon the rights of their fellow man. "These cowardly jackals, who attack only the weak and the outnumbered, have earned the contempt of every genuine American. But here again, too often justice is not only blind, but deaf and dumb. "We saw this recently in an area of Mississinni where nine Go First Class! PAY by CHECK! For those who want the bejjt of everything ... . checks are the logical way to manage money! Accurate records", no risk of loss, and legal proof of payment when you need it! CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK OF TIPTON Mrmbvr F D. t. C. men were . brought to trial in state court following a series of racial bombings. None of the defendants offered a pretext of a defense against the charges; yet; all were given suspended sentences and released on probation. Encourages Others "Such blindness and indifference to outrageous acts of violence encourage others to defy the law." President Johnson was even more forceful when, on March 26, he went before a nationwide television audience to report the arrest of four Klansmen as suspects in the sniper slaying of Mrs. Viola Liuzzo of Detroit while driving on an Alabama highway. She had been shuttling civil rights demonstrators back to Selma after their long march to Montgomery. "They struck at night," the President said, "as they generally do for their purposes cannot stand the light of day." He called for new legislation to bring the activities of the Klan under "effective control of law." And the president issued a stern warning to Klansmen, whose current "hard core" membership is variously estimated from 9,000 to a high of about 25,000 — with thousands of sympathizers. "Get Out Now" "If Klansmen hear my voice today, let it be both an appeal —and a -warning — to get out of the Klan now, and return to a decent society — before it is too late," Johnson said. On Feb. 1, Georgia congressman Charles Longstreet Weltner of Atlanta, urged the House Un-American Activities Committee to investigate the Ku Klux Klan. It was an echo of a similar call that had been made in 1921 when more than $100,000 was! appropriated to the committee for an investigation of the Klan that never, took place. Weltner said the Klan had slumbering until the Supreme Court's 1954 decision outlawing school segregation. "Since that date, but most significantly during the past twOj years, Klan manifestations have increased throughout the South. There are now visible signs of ,a westward spread." Various Opinions There are various opinions on how to deal with the Klan. One is that publicity only serves to enhance the Klan. Another is that the Klansmen can best be flushed out by publicity. Another is that the Ku Klux Klan is a state of mind and that abolishment ' would only send its members into some other cor- ne:\ The white knits of the KM Klux Klan, Inc., Mississippi, operated in the. open in Neshoba County, Miss, for weeks before three civil rights workers were killed near Philadelphia in the summer of 19S4. The white knights, considered the most dangerous and secretive of the hodge podge of splintered Klan groups in the country, posted its hate literature on the bulletin board of the courthouse. The current methods of the Ku Klux Klan are. often the same as those of the Reconstruction era. Some Klans have their own intelligence, opera- Building (Continued from page 1) also advised to revise his plans for the remaining lots in the subdivision and resubmit them to the Planning Commissioner. Wiiburn also gave a summary of the permits and variances granted, during March and reported that the valuation of the properties involved totaled ap-; proximately $440,950. He said that the figure for the first quar-, ter thus surpassed one million dollars of valuation. The summary of permits issued is as follows: " Those granted include Clifford Somsel, a housetrailer 'one mile south and three-fourths of a mile west of Sharpsville; Mary E Smith, a housetrailer one mile west of Sharpsville; Mr. and Mrs. H. Shepherd, a residence one mile west of U. S. 31 on the southside of 'the Tipton-Howard county line; Elbert Gaugler, residence, a mile north' and one and one half miles west of Tip-' ton; Steve L. Smith, a residence four and one-half miles west and one and one half'miles south o! Tipton; Farm 'Bureau, an addition for fertilizer storage at the Kempton utility pole building or Berryman pike; Owen Ferguson residence, west edge of Sharps ville; Vernon Burris, 'residence one - and one half miles south east of Tipton;-H. Luther Lar son, residence, one mile soutl and a mile west of Windfall; Lucile M. Jones, addition to residence in Hobbs; White Advertising, sign, a mile north of 28-31 junction on east side oi highway; Omer Bitner, house- trailer, west edge of Kempton. Morris Dolan, beauty shop, a mile east and two miles north of Tipton; Ray Brothers and Noble Canning Co., addition to canning factory in • Hobbs for storage and office; David Green, residence, north edge of Sharpsville; Pioneer Corn Co., addition for drying and storing corn and addition to warehouse; Verlin E; Bugher, residence, two and one half miles north of 28 on the east side of U.S. 31; Clyde Golden, residence, three-fourths of a mile west of 31 on the Tipton-Howard county line. Windfall Plans School Round-up Windfall's elementary school will hold its annual round-up to tabulate the children who will be- six years of age by November 1st and entering the first grade in August this year: Parents are asked to bring their children to ..the high school gym Wednesday^ April 14th, at 8:15 a.m. The child's birth certificate should be 'brought to the roundup/; Dr. H. L. Ericson will be present to conduct examinations. • Additional help in enrollment willbe supplied by the P.T.O and its president Howard C. Heath. , If parents have any additional questions not covered in the above, they may call the school office at LY 5-2755. School administrators are anxious to record every eligible student as this will facilitate class planning during the summer months. LINCOLN LUNCH MENU FOR WEEK OF APRIL 5-9 • Monday—Spaghetti, Tomatoes, Gr. Beef, Head Lettuce Salad, Mixed Fruit Salad, Bread and Peanut Butter, Milk. Tuesday — Bar-B-Que Sandwich, Veg. Sticks, Jello Fruit Salad, Cake, Milk. Wednesday — 'Beef and Potatoes, Cabbage Salad, Filled Gr. Cracker, Bread and Butter, Milk. Thursday—Chicken and Noodles, Green Beans, Apple Sauce, Bread and Butter, Milk. Friday — Ham Salad Sandwich, Buttered Peas, Cherry Cobbler, Potato Chips. tions. They infiltrate law enforcement agencies which have counter infiltrated." Violence .Not Discussed Violence is not generally discussed at Klan meetings but a most reliable source reports that a militant Klan group operating in Mississippi several months ago took a vote on .vhether to leave "extermination", up to the top leader, or to the leader 'and his right- hand men. This Klan, consisting of about 3,000 members, operates four ounishment categories which stem back to Reconstruction days, according to the source. They are (1) warning, (2) harassment (3) beatings and whippings, (4) extermination. In McComb, Miss., where a series of bombings and burnings' broke out last summer, investigators found at least three different KKK groups operating in one county. Sign Pledge Last summer in Mississippi; investigators convinced authorities that several state highway patrolmen in south 'Mississippi were Klansmen, and'that one even carried his robes in the back of his patrol car. The, pa- ! trol ordered the men to sign a pledge releasing themselves from their Klan "oaths. Two resigned. In St. Johns St. Augustine) County, Fla., last summer four Negroes were caught spying on Ku Klux Klan meeting. Nabbed by guards they were taken before the Klansmen and beaten senseless with baseball bats, chains and brass knuckles. Four Klansmen charged with assault and battery were acquitted. The | Negroes were charged with; assaulting the Klansmen and convicted. ' LINCOLN LUNCH MENU FOR WEEK OF APRIL 12-15 Monday — Sloppy Joes, Escalloped Corn, Prunes, Veg. Sticks, Milk. Tuesday — Ham and Beans, Chefs Salad, Cornbread and Butter, Peach Half, 'Milk. Wednesday—Tuna Salad Sand- ivich, Gr. Beans, Potato Chips, Pear Half, Milk. Thursday—Roast Turkey and Giblet Gravy, Mashed Potatoes Jello Fruit Salad, Bread ' and Butter, Milk. Friday—No School — Easter Vacation. Your Religion Is It From GOD or man? GOD TEACHES There is ONE faith ' (Ephesiani 4:4) There is ONE body ' (Ephesians 4:4), which is the church (Ephesians 1:22-23). Called in ONE body (Colloseans 3:15). Speak the SAME thing (1 Corinthians 1:10). Se>k first the KINGDOM of I God (Matthew 4:33). We! are Saved IN the'church I (Ephesians 5:25-26; Colo- seans 1:13-14). "He that believeth and is baptized shall bt SAVED" (Mark 16:15-16). Confess CHRIST (Romans I 10:9-10). MAN TEACHES There are MANY faiths. There are MANY churches. Called in MANY churches. Speak ANYTHING you want to believe. Seek your DENOMINATION . first. . Saved OUT of the Church. He that believeth ii saved and MAY be baptized if he desires. Confess FEELINGS. Attend the Gospel Meetings CHURCH OF CHRIST April 3-14 7:30 p.m.. West Jefferson Street, Tipton Committee To Survey County Fo'r Park Areas Establishment of additional park and recreation areas in Tipton County was the subject of .conversation this week at a meeting of county commissioners and group was appointed to study- the situation and report back to the commissioners with recommendations. Mayor Ray Rench, councilman James Tudor, county agent Walter Clary and presidents of Lions Clubs in Kempton, Sharpsville, Windfall and Tipton were named to the survey committee. The commissioners also announced the hiring of -Mrs. Ruby Neal as matron at the courthouse, and awarding of a contract to McGraws Grocery Store for food'for the months of April, May and June, for the county home. ALMANAC Today is Saturday,' April 3, the 93rd day of 1965 with 272 to follow. The morning star is Mars. The evening stars are Mars, Jupiter and Mercury. American author Washington Irving was born on this day in 1783. On this day in history: In 18S0, the Pony Express Postal Service was inaugurated. In 1865, the Union Army occupied Richmond, Va., onetime capital of the Confederacy. In 1882, outlaw Jesse James' was shot and killed. In 1936, Bruno Richard Hauptmann was electrocuted in Trenton, -N.J., for the kidnapping and murder of Charles A. Lindbergh Jr. , XOTICK OF COMMISSIONER'S CLAIMS Ji j The following miscellaneous claims will he . considered by Tip-, ton County Commissioners at u regular, meeting April 5, 1965J !):00 A.M. Tipton Telephone, Rt, Toll $ 31.00 Tipton Util Serv lid. Util 7S.00 Bolinder liros. Repr - 77.40 iloore Bros, Same S4.a4 Premier Fastener, Same .. 124.2(1 Mason Motors, Same .... 144.84 International Harvester, Same .," 2S.35 International Harvester, Same 2.25 Elevator Auto Pts..Same.. 2<!.3fi .Boh's Auto Pts, Same ...'. '2.70 Poe Implement, Same .. ,.5S Tom Smith Tire Serv, Same • 21.53 Ke.ssler Auto Pts, Same .. 5.22 Hoss Motor Sales, Same .. 2G.25 Pring Implement; Same ... ' fi.l)6 Panke Machinery, Same . 1C6.87 Motor Fuel Tax Div, U, M, Pivr 19.80 Myers Welding Supply, Same . 33.4 S Sunray D X Oil, Same.... 847.33 Enneking & Phifer, Same 3.1.16 Ramsay Prt, Off Supp . 5.00 Ind Wiping Cloth, Other Opr - . ... 46.91 Tipton Ready Mix, Same .. 30.00 Warsaw Chemical, Same . H.2M Kenneth Snow. Same .. 5S.00 Certified Laboratories, Same 132.41 M a r h a u g h Kngineering Supply, Same .. 25.0 Stony Creek Stone; Stone . 123.IS Pipe Creek Stone, Same ..- 11.34 Yeoman Stone, Same 1S02.00 Ryan, Gravel 153.48 Yeoman Material, Same . 2164.58 Ayers & MrCarty, Same . 30.00 Goodier Gravel, Same ... 213S.33 Stello Products. Rd Sgn .. 37.66 Paper Calmenson, Gr- Maint 111 ,.. 281.53 Lester Schwear, Rts ... 20.00 Tipton Co. Farm Bureau, lit. Etc 183.20 Compton's, Krpiip, Etc ... 1H.44 Motorola C & E. Same 625.25 Ind Equip. Bis, Etc ... 112.03 Mack Machine, Repr Etc . 1076.2S Frankfort Automotive Same 1S2.2S Tipton Lumber, Cement Etc 23.1 George Cnmpton, Jail Med 77.00 Sanco Products, Jail Supp 31.06 Sanco Products, Same SS.74 Everett Graham, Jail Mat & Lbr 6.14 Ralph Wiiburn. Post .. . . 5.00 Ronald Anderson, Tax Ref 17.1c; Ramsay. Prt.. CI Off Supp 101.61 Ramsay Prt. Surv Off Supp 3.40 Ramsay Prt.'Rec Off Supp 1.5 Ramsay Ijn.. Aud Off Supp 49.5 K a m s a y Prt, Treas Off Supp 10.35 Ramsav Prt. Assr Ofr Supp 16.9 Ramsay Pit, Cir Ct Off Supp 229.00 Burford Prt, Aud Off Supp 156.00 WrI Grimme, Pr Meals .. 222 .60 .Maude Welsh. Mile . . . 30.00 Guidance Center of Howard Co, Mar, Apr Serv Chg . 550.00 Richard Regnier, Post Pros Atty • . 15.00 M W Clouser, Post Troll Ofr . 5.00 .Motorola C & E. Civ Def 11.00 Uecordak Corp. Microfilm 30.00 Young-Nichols Funeral Home. Sold Bur.. 100.00 Yonng-Xichols Funeral lome. Same. 100.00 Interstate Aircredit, Assr Off Supp . . 2.00 Bobbs-Merrill, -Ami Law Bits ... S6.00 Orville Click, And Post 27.35 Robert Painter, Gov't Mks 21 .00 l>avid Yundt, Cattle Test 63.45 Oavid Yundt, Same . 1S.11) Muscatatuck St. School, . Cloth . . . . 23.02 Irene Byron IIosp, Tnm Medical . ... 503.50 nd Bov's School, Maint Inm 76R.24 Ruth Wimer. Mile 15.33 David Trover, Same IS.76 W M Clary, Same 43.19 Phil Hoke. Fox Bty fi.OO Francis Carlile, Same .... S4.00 Max Retherford. Same .. 3.00 Steve Molden. Same 15. (Ml Robert Grishaw. Same 3.00 Andy Bushman, Same .... 3.00 Robert Boyd; Same . . . .• 3.dll Farrell Heathcoate. Same 3.00 A II Williams. Same ... 3.0" Tipton Produce, Inf Fd ... 40.S7 Hietzen's, Same 16.19 Tipton Produce. Same 2S.44 Dean Milk. Same 52.31 Dean Milk, Same .. 40.32 Ind St Industries, Inf Furn 406.SO Blue Front Drug, inf Med 25.72 Carney's, Same . 17.00 Everett Graham, Inf .Mat, Lbr ... 26.S0 Marbaugh Engineering, Inf Maps 46.S5 Servco. Inf Fuel 40.6S Penney's, Inf Cloth 1.9S Manner's, Inf Supp .. .% 74.39 E a r 1 v Kiev, Feb , Mar Crthse Serv .. 20.00 A .1 Butz, Crthse Mat, Repr '. 4.26 Ruth Wimer, Exp, Orf Supp 5.47 W M Clary. Exp. Off Supp 66.06 B 1) C, Kecordak 3.20 Noel Todd. Pitch Tile 7.50 Ideal Cement Wks, Ditch Mat 12.21 Motorola C'& E. Civ Def . '11.00 Fred Temple, Crthse Mop I < CI ..... . 16.00 Everett Graham, Crthse t Repr . ... .. . 3.00 Airkem Serv, Crthse Supp S6.55 Ray Hull, Same . . 8:16 Olen Miller, Crthse Lbr, Mat ... 208.72 lohn Pearson, Same .. . 27.00 Moellering Supply, Jail Supp 13.40 Official Mobil Home Mkt Rpt. Assr Off Supp . 35.00 Elmer Letsinger,- Ditch Repr . 169.50 Butler. Fairman & Seufert, Br Replace . . 151.65 Tehco Fertilizer Serv, Inf 100.S1 Kinder Coal, Crthse, Inf Fuel 571.15 Compton's, Crthse, Inf, Jail Supp ... 295.53 T o 11 e Bros, Inf, Jail, Crthse Supp 144.80 Ramsay Prt, Sher Off Supp 3.09 Enneklng - Phifer Sunoco, Sher Car Serv 270.09 Ross Motor Sales, Same .. 11.00 Ross Motor Sales. Same 27.90 R. L. Polk. Co.. Sher Supp 20.00 Carroll's-Men's Store, Sher Cloth . 27.00 .lack's Uniforms, Same \ • 14.30 Tipton Telephone, Rt, Toll; 282.58 Mona Haskett, Mile ! 20.30 Viola Moren, Same 7.00 Carolyn Perry, Same . 14.64 Tipton Tribune, Welf Off Supp 17.15 Tipton Tribune, Adv 125,94 Tipton Util Bd. Util 357.91 Respectfully Submitted ORVILLE T. CLICK Auditor, Tipton County A thought for the day—Author Washington Irving ' wrote: "There rise authors now and then, who seem proof against the mutability of language, because they have rooted themselves in the unchanging principles of human nature." Out of (Continued from page 2) of grain, sorghum. 45,689 farms were signed up to divert 116,400 acres from wheat production.' (Benefits available to growers participating in the 1965 diver-: sion programs include diversion and price-support • payments, wheat certificates, and price support loans: TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY FOR SALE—1960 Chevy iBis- cayne, 4 door, radio, heater, 6 cylinder, standard shift: $700.00. Phone OS 5-4742 or see at 308 Maple Street. P-158 Nature Notes (Continued' trom Dane 1) There were 4 species of sandpipers—spotted, least pectoral and' solitary. The spotted sandpiper still nests here and can 'be seen along creeks and gravel pits in summer. It is a small gray, bird, and has the habit of jerking its head down and its tail up about once per minute, and so is often called 'teter tail'. The other three species are migrants, although it is possible that a pair of them may nest here occasionally. Three species of plover were formerly heire, but to. my. know 1 ledge none' of them nest here now. They are the golden, semi- palmated and upland. All "migrate through here and might be seen here in April. There is only' one species of snipe that might be seen here, and although it does not often nest here, I know of one pair that built under some droopy rose bushes in a farm yard about ten years ago. This is the Wilsons snipe, and it resembles the woodcock, which is also in this group of wading birds, but is not a snipe. These two species are brown and. have (bodies the size of that of the blue jay, but like all the other species mentioned here, they have long legs and short tails. However, the Wilsons Snipe and the Woodcock have much longer 'bills than the other 7 species mentioned. Tipton County (Continued From page 1) The proposal bore much merit; it still does. It should be renewed and studied again at the next city council and county council meetings. We *spend much money as individuals on pest control. What are we willing to spend on pet control? Hospital Notes ADMISSIONS: Newton Aldridge, ; Tipton; Dorothy Thompson, Tipton; Mary Peace, Sharpsville; Mary Yiindt, Windfall'/ Velma Strong, Tipton. DISMISSALS: Catherine Hinds', "Windfall; Marietta • Odle, Tipton; Marvin Clay, Tipton; Tanttny -Green, Tipton Gertrude Webb, Anderson; Raymond Tragesser, Tipton; Iona Courtney, Kokomo; Margaret Shook, Goldsmith; Joseph Bear, Syracuse; Lillian Hutcheson, Kokoino; Frank Maines, Arcadia; James Hurd, Tipton; Justin Lambert, Tipton; Walter Wilholt, Westfield; Marie North, Tipton; Lydia Rush, Oakford; Gene Gladbaek, Atlanta; Melba Robbins, Elwood. APPROVES REQUEST WASHINGTON (UPI) — The House Appropriations Committee has approved a Labor Department request for $560,000. to help step up the recuitment of domestic farm workers to re place Mexican braceros. The funds, approved Friday included a $2.1 billion supple mentary appropriations bill for the current fiscal year ending June 30. GREAT SPY ADVENTURE OPENS SUNDAY.AT DIANA Sursi Eva Marie Saint stands by as Rod Taylor makes certain that James Garner is unconscious in this scene from Metro- Golduryn-Mayer's "36 Hours." One of the most sitspenseful dramas ever brought to the screen, the story casts Garner as an American Intelligence officer. Captured by the i\'azis. Iher perform a remarkable "aging" experiment'on him in an attempt to gain information about the Normandy Invasion. Dependable Ambulance Service 2 CARS fNSTANtLY AVAILABLE OSborne 5-2425 Matinee Today at 2:00 p.m. DIANA Ends Tonight 2 Shows at 7:00 and 9:05 p.m. in ar^S GuiLLoTiriA ? CONNIE DEAN CESAR iSTEVENS- JONES and ROMERO crttnpUy by Htnry Sfeur *nd John Kntubuhl MM taducadaodDfrtctedtyVMamCwfad HWMH 3brybyH«vySfe$sr rtmimom* mmmm man Sun.-Mon.-Tues. Sunday 2:00^-4:11-<:22-8:33 l -C-imani iruUftSlIlinttKM Rebels Claim (Continued from page 1) have been exaggerated. Bomb Scare • Saigon itself was the target of a bomb scare today. American ..civilian offices throughout the city were evacuated when Vietnamese police received a tip that Viet Cong .terrorists were cruising : the city i n a "Red Dodge" sedan looking for a target. The U.S. Information Service building, was the first to be evacuated. Later, the. U.S. operations mission also moved out its staff. The fashionable Caravelle Hotel across the street from the information office took precautions and made a carload of (NBC) cameramen in a red rented car disassemble their cameras before entering. In another development South Korean troops came under Communist fire for the first time. The Viet Cong attacked their . camp -at Di An and wounded" 11 Koreans. The Koreans killed at least one of the Communists. A'spokesman said he was sure the Viet Cong had learned a lesson. Discrupts Communications An Air (Force Spokesman said the Than Hoa Bridge was "knocked out." IThis would disrupt the Communist North Vietnamese communications for weeks and perhaps months and interfere with the flow of materials to the south. Both bridges spanned rivers on the National Highway 1 and the principal north - south rail line. The North Vietnamese depend almost entirely on these two traffic arteries for the transport of cargo between the Red - River' delta and food-short north-central Viet Nam. Vietnamese sources • said the Than Hoa bridge was a single span structure rebuilt only last year by the North Vietnamese with Communist Chinese assistance. It was knocked out by the U.S. Air Force towards the end ,of World War II when' Than Yloa was occupied by the Japanese. Today's raid was the closest U.S. planes have come to the Communist capital of Hanoi and the first attack.they have made on a non-military target. Vital Link The spokesman said the bridge is a vital link connecting Hanoi with Central Viet Nam. ."We accomplished the mission. We knocked out t he bridge," the spokesman said. The bombed bridge spanned the Songmi River on the northern outskirts of the city of Thanh Hoa. The bridge carries the only railroad and only major highway between Hanoi and Central Viet Nam. Earlier, it was reported that Premier Phan Huy Quat is trying to expel unneeded army officers from his government. The official Viet Nam press agency said the premier wants to return all army officers except those "in charge of highly- specialized work" to their military duties. "(Quat has asked) responsible, authorities to return the military personnel concerned to the armed forces immediately," the agency said. In the course of South Viet Nam's repeated military coups d'etat, large numbers of army officers have taken over government duties which normally would be performed by civilians. On the fighting front today, it was reported that the South Korean service troops who arrived here last month came under Communist fire for the first time Friday night. Korean military sources said an attack by 50 to 60 Reds on a South Korean camp was driven off after a brisk exchange of fire. At least one Communist was killed and a dozen Koreans were wounded. why YOU SHOULD REVIEW YOUR WILL A message in the interests of sound estate planning by IRLE BRIDGE, Insurance Consultant Phone Arcadia YU 4-5165 Making a will is one of the most important things a man can do in planning his family's security; keeping it up-to- date runs a close second. i- A will that has Iain undisturbed for years in a safe deposit box without thought on how it will perform under today's conditions may be a little better than no will at all. :These are only a few of the key questions you should ask yourself now. Have any beneficiaries died "since your will was drawn? Have additional children, or" grandchildren been born? Have any beneficiaries become incapable of managing money? ; Is the executor still alive and available? : Does your will make specific gifts of property you no longer own? | Is it arranged to minimize taxes payable under current laws? - 1 • .. Your lawyer is. the only person who is qualified to advise you and to assist you in revising your will. If you haven't done so recently call "him soon about a review."-; MANUFACTURERS LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY

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