Slimer - Behrs

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PREFERS TO HAVE EMPLOYER ALIVE THAN $250, CINCINNATI, O., July 28 (UP) —Norman F. Beehrs, 62, said today today he would rather have Mrs. Louisa Slimer still alive than .receive .receive stock valued in excess of $250,000 she left him in her will. Beehrs was chauffeur and houseman houseman for Mrs. Slimer, who died at her Alms hotel apartment here July 19. She was the widow of George* Slimer, livestock commission commission merchant who died about 32 years ago. In addition to the stock, Beehrs inherited a motorboat and a convertible convertible automobile. Another em­ ploye, Mrs. Anna Neib, will receive receive $20,000 cash and stock of equal value for her "laithful and unfailing service" "I would rather have her alive again than to inherit the stock Beehrs said "She was a wonderful person and a very charitable one." Beehrs said he did not" know what he would do with the 26-foot motorboat. He was afraid he was a bit too old for the sport. Other beneficiaries under Mis. Slimer's will included" a sister-in- law, Mrs. Louisa Seibel, who will receive 4,000 shares of stock valued at $290,000, and the University University of Cincinnati medical research research fund.

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  1. The Sandusky Register,
  2. 28 Jul 1951, Sat,
  3. Page 9

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