It looks like John Kerry and his wife are just your typical blue collar democrats. Sen. John Kerry's gazillionaire wife Teresa Heinz has stock investments worth over $141 million - at least 25 percent of her vast Heinz Foods inheritance - her husband's Senate financial disclosure forms show. Mrs. Heinz continues to stonewall on the release of her tax returns, and even sought an extension from the IRS that would allow her to file her 2004 return after the Democratic convention. But CBSNews.com offered a summary on Friday of what Kerry's Senate financial disclosure forms reveal about the would-be first lady's wealth. "A CBS News analysis of the 2002 disclosure shows that Heinz Kerry has up to $1,430,000 in a series of general bank accounts, and 141 stocks valued at over $1,000,000 each. These stocks include DelMonte as well as Heinz, Pfizer, Walgreen, Anheuser Busch and Gannett," the network reports. "THKâs disclosure stretches for 47 pages. Her husbandâs only take up four pages," notes CBS. Not covered on Kerry's disclosure form are Teresa's real estate holdings, including mansions in Boston, Pittsburgh, Idaho, Georgetown and Nantucket, with a combined value reportedly topping $26 million. Neither was there any mention of Heinz Kerry's $35 million Gulfstream V private jet or her husband's $800,000 yacht. A 2003 update on Heinz Kerry's gazillions will be filed with the Senate on May 17 and should be public by June. But Kerry still won't release his wife's tax returns, which would offer a much better disclosure as to her personal finances and her potential conflicts if she becomes First Lady.