Attorney(s) appearing for the Case
H. L. Blackledge, Kearney, for Foutch.
Mitchell, Taylor & Beatty, Kearney, for Mollard.
Frederick J. Patz, Lincoln, for National Bank of Commerce.
Mason, Knudsen, Berkheimer & Endacott, Lincoln, Baumfalk, Dalke & Dowding, Beatrice, James W. Hewitt, Nelson, Harding, Acklie, Leonard & Tate, Lincoln, for appellees.
Heard before WHITE, C. J., CARTER, SPENCER, BOSLAUGH, SMITH, and McCOWN, JJ., and LYNCH, District Judge.
Supreme Court of Nebraska.
This is an action for the construction and interpretation of a will. The executor, trustee, and charitable beneficiaries are ranged on one side, and two cousins, as heirs-at-law, on the other.
Octavia Heimer died May 25, 1963, and her will was duly admitted to probate on July 2, 1963. The first 13 paragraphs of the will, aside from preliminary recitations and provisions for payment of debts and expenses, contained 11 cash bequests, 4 of them...
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