Altoona Mirror 16 July 1930
RELATIVES GIVEN BULK OF ESTATE HUNTINGDON, July 16.—The last will and testament of Myer Shapiro, retired Orbisonla merchant, who died n-the J. C. Blair Memorial hospital in Huntingdon on June 26, after being struck by an automobile the previous evening while crossing the highway near his home, was filed in the office of Register and Recorder James S. McCall. A fund of 550,000 was directed to be placed in the hands of the First National National bank in Huntingdon for his wife to be invested, and $1,250 is to be pale her quarterly out of the principal a'nd accruing interest, so that she may have an annual income of $5,000 unti said fund is exhausted. The other bequests are as follows: $2,000 to Hhaarei Tfilch Congregation in Baltimore, Md.; $1,000 to the Talmld Torah of the same congregation; $1,000 to the Hebrew hospital of Baltimore; $1,000 B'nai B'mith Home for Hebrew children in Erie; $1,500 to the Methodist Methodist church in Orbisonia; $200 to the Presbyterian church of Orbisonia; $200 to the United Brethren Church of Orbisonia; Orbisonia; $200 to the Church of the Brethren at Rockhlll; $100 to St Mary's Catholic church located between between Orbisonia and Shade Gap, $1,000 to Associated Jewish Charities of Bal- timer, Md.; $100 to John Duffy, his heirs and assigns; $200 to H. H. Ott $200 to Annie Middaugh Bowman $200 to Eva Kidley; $200 to Olive Montague; Montague; $200 to Isabelle Barber; $100 to Homer Wear; $100 to Lois Connor. David Shapiro, his brother, $5,000 Israel Shapiro, brother, $2,000; Fannli Conn, $4,000; Esther Hirschman, ,$500 Flora Hirschman Cohen, niece, $500 Myra Shapiro, niece, $500; Joseph Shapiro, nephew, $500; Robert Shapiro nephew, $500; Wilbur Shapiro, nephew $300; Jerome Hirschman, nephew, $500 Leonard Hirschman, nephew, $300 Arthur Shapirp, nephew, $500; Ber nard Shapiro, nephew, $300. The remainder or the residue estat he bequeaths to his wife. All legacie are to be clear of mortuary taxes, botJ federal and state. Mrs. Esther Shapiro, his wife, an L. S. Etnier, cashier of the First Na tlonal bank in Orbisonia, are name executors of his estate. The will wa prepared Jan. 24, 1930, and was wit nessed by Anna M. Guisler and Rich ard W. Williamson, both of Hunting don.