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KENNEDY, nor any of my children, nor any issue of my children survive me, then I give, devise and bequeath the First and Second Equal Shares to those persons to whom, and in those proportions in which the same would have been distributed had I died intestate, a widower, seized and possessed of such shares in my own right, domiciled in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, and not survived by my father or mother.

[D] In the event that any part of my estate or of the principal of the trusts provided for in this Will shall become or be payable to a person under the age of twenty-one (21 ) years, said part shall vest absolutely in such person, notwithstanding minority.

During the minority of such person, and unless ot ' herwise prevented by law, such part shall, in the sole discretion of the Executors or Trustees, remain in the custody of the Executors or Trustees, as Donees under a power of trust, until such minor attains the age of twenty-one (21) years.

The Donees shall apply so much of the income or principal as the Donees, in their sole discretion, may deem necessary or advisable for the benefit of said minor, irrespective of any other source of support or maintenance or any other property which said minor has or may from time to time have.

(f) To hold uninvested any moneys constituting part of my estate or the trust funds for such time as in their discretion they may deem advisable, without any liability to pay interest thereon and without any liability for not investing such moneys.

KENNEDY, if she survives me, the sum of Twenty-Five Thousand (,000.00) Dollars, together with all of my personal effects, furniture, furnishings, silverware, dishes, china, glassware and linens, which I may own at the time of my death.

FOURTH During my life, I have made substantial contributions to divers charities, causes and institutions of all faiths, both individuallly and through The Joseph P. Foundation, which was established in honor of my late beloved brother.

The discretions and directions herein given to the Trustees shall be in addition to and not in limitation of the discretions given in Paragraphs "[A]-3" and "[B]-2(c)" of Article "FIFTH" hereof.

(l) From time to time, to borrow such sum or sums of money as they may deem necessary or proper (i) to provide moneys with which to pay any transfer, legacy, succession or inheritance taxes or death duties to whomsoever payable; (ii) in connection with the administration of my estate: (iii) for the maintenance, protection, or advancement of any property which may form part of my estate or the principal of the trusts herein created, including any shares of stock of any corporation or any interest of any nature or description whatsoever in any enterprise; or (iv) for the use or benefit of any business operated by the Trustees-all upon such terms and conditions as in their discretion the Executors and Trustees may determine; and for the sum or sums so borrowed, to execute and deliver promissory notes or other obligations in such form as they may determine, and to secure the payment of any amounts so borrowed by mortgage, pledge, hypothecation. at public or private sale, any real or personal property, or any interest therein, which may at any time belong to my estate or to the trusts herein created, upon such term or terms, including credit, secured or unsecured, as they may determine in their sole discretion to be for the best interests of my estate or of such trusts, and to accept in payment or exchange, property, cash, securities, bonds.

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