Hudson Guild, Ethical Culture Society, Benefit
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Hudson Guild, Ethical Culture Society, Benefit

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The Hudson Guild of New York and the Society of Ethical Culture will receive $25,000 and $8,000 respectively, according to the terms of the will of Mrs. Christine Openhym of Hartsdale, it was revealed yesterday at the State Transfer Tax Department. Mrs. Openhym, who died September. 17, 1933, left an estate of $310,815 gross and $289,381 net. Henry Goldmark, a brother; Annie Reeves, an employe; Waldo Adler, a nephew; Ruth A. Fries, a niece; George J. Openhym, a son and Susan, Pauline and Joseph Goldmark, sisters of the deceased, received bequests in the will.

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