Adolph S. Ochs Dies Suddenly
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Adolph S. Ochs Dies Suddenly

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ing Yale, Columbia, New York University and the University of Chattanooga.

Mr. Ochs was a trustee of Temple Emanu-El of New York City and chairman of the committee for a $5,000,000 endowment for the Hebrew Union College of Cincinnati. Among the many clubs he was a member of was the Harmonie Club of New York City, a Jewish organization.

He was married to Effie M. Wise of Cincinnati on February 28, 1833.

Mr. Ochs purchased the New York Times in 1896 and built it up to one of the most influential publication in the world.

His death follows closely on the heels of Louis Wiley’s passing. Mr. Ochs attended the funeral services in New York of his aide, the business manager of the Times, several weeks ago.

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