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ST. LOUIS HEIRESS NOT NAMED Tzey G. Burkman was announced a
IN FATHER'S WILL
(A i ' J
Ami Lois Ctttapbell
St. Louis, Mo. A "yearly income"
enough to live on is all Miss Ann
Lois Campbell, only child of the late
James Campbell, Wil get of her fath
er's $150,0000,000 fortune,
ritiss Campbell's engagement to El-
few hours after her father's funeral.
Burkman is not wealthy.
Campbell leaves his entire estate
to the St Louis University, a Cath
olic institution, but it will be held in
truth for the university for 21 years
after the death of the multi-millionaire's
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Dealer I should say you have got
a tack in your shoe! I don't see how
you could walk with it yesterday.
Tottie Tango Oh, I didn't walk at
all yesterday. I danced.