Harrisburg Telegraph Harrisburg Pennsylvania Friday November 19 1937
CHURCH AND HOME GET LARGE SHARE OF $2(M)00 FUND Presbyterian Boards and City Institution Are Named in Will Agencies of the Presbyterian Church of America will benefit from four trust funds of S2500 each to be created in the $20,000 estate of Paul. R. Gingrich, late Hershey National bank employe, according to the will filed for probate today at Dauphin County Courthouse. Similar provision is made for the Harrisburg Home for the Friendless. The bulk of the estate, however, goes to a friend. Kathryn Susan Bolton, who is named to receive i an insurance benefit amounting to $10,000 and the income from a life trust of the entire estate. The will provides that after her death .the income shall go to the follow - , ing religkus and charitable ! agencies from separate trusts of iS2500 each: the Board of Na tional Missions, the Board of Ft reign Missions, the Board of Christian Education and the Senior Senior Pension Board, all of the Presbyterian Church, and to the Home for the Friendless. Income from the remainder of the estate will go to heirs at law. The Hershey Hershey Trust Company is executor and trustee.