1951 Chauffeur in Will
partners, when their the Reds Chauffeur Willed contrast and talks, CINCINNATI. July Â» i-T)--Mrs. up.;Louise A. Slimer. who died July of;left Norman F. Bcarh*. her chauf* startcdjfcur, more than $250.000 in stocks, jwas disclosed today when thc will lhatiwas filed for probate. left the fi2-year- been;old driver the money fot "faithful Worcester, shotgun to and fined a after farmhouse exploring and unfailing service to me for many years." Bcarhs was left 600 shares of ATT stock: Z500 of Proctor Gamble stock, a mot or boat and high priced automobile. Bearhs seemed dazed at the news. He said Mrs. Slimer ate dinner evening with him and hi* wife. Anna, until she hro^e Â» hip about IS months ago. Tin not going tn change nur nf living one little bit." he told a reporter. Married 38 years, the Dearhs havÂ« no children. Mrs- Slimer. who was childlcsx. widowed more than 30 years ago. Her husband. George Slimer, was a livestock commission merchant. merchant. She left no next of kin.