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11 Lebanon Daily News, Lebanon, Pa., Friday, February 16,1973 Will Determine Heirs " Release $313,557 Estate Here To Bank In New York A large estate left by the daughter of a pioneer auto dealer in the Lebanon area was one of nine estate settlement actions approved by the county courts on Thursday. The court action released the $313,557 balance in the trust estate of K. Eleanor Poivrd, New York, to a New York bank. The Lebanon County Trust Co. was temporarily serving as administrator of her estate Mrs. Poivrel was the daughter daughter of Emanuel M. Hottenstein, Hottenstein, who made a fortune from his association with the auto industry and its early-day magnates. magnates. Hottenstein died about 40 years ago. Mrs. Poivrel died Nov. 25, 1970, in New York where she lived. There are no surviving members of her immediate family. According to a will which Mrs. Poivrel executed in 1949, the bulk of her estate was to go to S tewart Forshay, New York, a friend. He predeceased her. It has been indicated that the Chase Manhattan Bank, the estate executor, will now have to determine who will inherit Mrs. Poivi-d's estate. The distribution of $19,394 was approved in the estate of Martha Eichdberger Fuhrman, Fuhrman, Cornwall. Shares of $1,711 each go to these nieces and nephews: Evelyn M. Kiscadden, Grantville RD 1; Doris S. Reich, George Gruber Jr., Kenneth E. Gruber, Marvin Frantz, Allen Lee Frantz Sr., TV Co., Inc. Jim Frantz, all of Lebanon; Betty G. Ambrose, Lancaster; Alma F. Willard, Giiberts- villc; Donald D. Frantz, Palmyra. Shares of $451 go to these sisters: Henrietta E. Grant, Ken Ion, Ohio; Mabel Schrtoke, Alice Kreiser, Sarah B. Frantz and Dora A. Zehring, all of Lebanon. Other distributions have been approved in these estates and amounts: John J. Morris, Lebanon, $1,742; Cyrus G. Kline, Lebanon, $3,788; Elwood R. Frick, Lebanon, $539; Dorothy V. Hafner, Lebanon, $6,700; William J. Klinger, Palmyra, $1,321. Distributions have been approved approved in two trust estates. One transfers $28,546 to the Lebanon Valley National Bank as executor of the estate of Ruth A. Geiger, and the other gives $10,442 to Raymond A. Beattie, who has reached his majority.