Louisa Slimer Death / will

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its lock, noted landscape painter, who! ancient forest in sombre colors. died in 1919. It was presented to ! Blakelock was noted for his paint- in in us 1 the of western business most near In Silas CINCINNATI. (AP) — A 62-year-old former chauffer sat in his! of Chauffer, 62, Is Left 250,000 By Employer of f\nn nnn c I i , ?°0' 000 of ctash *° make payments »« tnis >' ear to tn e approximately o /,.,« nnn c •• ," .UK.«.III;> JMOIOICU, i III I1UL KUllltl 000 ' 0 ? 0 faim ers taking part m to change our way of living one ltle scnl conservation program. The; littlo hit " | by uv of be lc<t , the back yard last night and mused quietly: "A quarter of a million dollars. That's an awful lot of money." It is an awful lot of money and it all belongs to Norman F. Bearhs —-that is. what the government doesn't take in taxes. Bearhs was notified that his employer, 86-year-old Mrs. Louisa Slimer, had left him more than §250,000 worth of stocks in her will, filed yesterday with Probate Judge Chase M. Davies. *- * * BEARHS RECEIVED 600 shares of American Telephone & Telegraph Telegraph stock, 2,500 shares of Procter & Gamble stock, a motorboat motorboat and a roadster. The combined combined stocks are worth approximately approximately §245,000 at present market values. He had been employed as Mrs. Senate Votes Aid Farmers And Postmen WASHINGTON, (AP) — Some 3,000,000 farmers and 500,000 postal postal workers appear to be chief benefactors from a burst of senate activity yesterday. By a 65. to 6 vote, the senate stamped approval on a bulky measure providing considerably} above a billion dollars for the agriculture department and its numerous farm programs. * * * INCLUDED IN this was S280,- chant. Widowed more than 30 years, she was childless, as are Bearhs and his wife. Mrs. Slimer left an estate worth approximately 5650,000. She died July 19. Bearhs insisted, "I'm not going program. The i little „.., fnr 10-1 a R pr ° ved S2 f. 6 -500,000 He added thoughtfully, "she lor itoi soil conservation pay- (Mrs. Slimer) told me I'd never nts- have to work again. I had no idea For 1952, the house also allowed! she was going to do this." 5225,000,000. The senate upped!^ j jTi this to 8280,000,000, too. j \jame L,asts More --As the farm bill left the senate! Than Four Hours it contained some $110,000,0001 more cash than voted by the house! and a §10,750,000 increase loans. Associated j - and Springtield tangled n in a four-hour-and two-minute Ohio! Ohio! Indiana league ball game last night increase was written into LaMonica. The Lima Phillies jumped away Uhp t><<>9 C iir. r \ n ^ I t ~ ,i ijic *-•""* x-umies jumped away win'partments y Th PmPOS ° flCe ^ t0 an insurmountable lead-seven I ^thiS sanooSn^n r e \l arry / ng l runs in the first tw ° innings-to! It II 1 ilCdi JO .UUlJ.lJf Hl-lll II I TrtT* TVia film:*.. -w»"t ,—_ " I es tonight. play single i sented in early paintings many which in time. the non-contemporary the where 2. controls household On same could of 15 payment be 25 3. 20 1947, trJ. 4. levels the designated 5. ! as, ' is 6. the

Clipped from The Evening Independent28 Jul 1951, SatPage 12

The Evening Independent (Massillon, Ohio)28 Jul 1951, SatPage 12
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