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Evening star. [volume] (Washington, D.C.) 1854-1972, August 07, 1947, Image 15

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David Baer Estate
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David A. Baer, Washington at
torney and real estate man, who
died here July 12 at the age of 58.
left an estate valued at about $245,
000, exclusive of certain real estate
he held in trust for others, accord
ing to a petition for probate of his
will filed in District Court,
His widow, Mrs. Ruth I. Baer,
3700 Massachusetts avenue N.W., is
to receive the income from the
greater part of the estate for life.
Upon her death, the residuary estate
is to be divided equally among Mr.
Baer's two daughters and a son.
They are Mrs. Carol B. Fischer,
3700 Massachusetts avenue N.W.;
Mrs. Barbara Ann Baer Luchs, 3726
Connecticut avenue N.W., and Rich
ard D. Barr, whose surname has
been changed from Baer, Hollywood
Calif.
The will provides for an additional
payment of $5,000 toward the build
ing fund of the Washington He
brew Congregation, to build a tem
ple. The sum is in addition to an
estimated $2,500 paid toward the
fund during Mr. Baer’s lifetime, it
was said.
Mr. Beer also willed the sum of
$1,000 each to the Boys’ Club of
Washington and to George Wash
ington University. Mr. Baer’s per
sonal property was listed as worth
$240,750. The petition for probate
of his will was filed by Attorney
Wallace Luchs, jr. The will named
the widow' executrix.
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America last year only 20,000 bales
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This setback was attributed to
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silk and cheaper. Before the war,
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cent of America’s raw silk consump
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