Mayer Sulxberger, eminent jurist and Jewish scholar. who died last April 20, left an estate of $500,000. His will has just been filed for probate with the Register of Wills.
At the death of the brother, who is now 82 years old, the fund from which he receives the income will be divided among numerous close relatives of Judge Sulzberger.
Among the charitable bequests are: The Jewish Hospital Association, $10,000; Jewish ###logical Seminary of America, $10,000; Jefferson Medical College of Philadelphia, $10,000; Dropsie College, $10,000; Federation of Jewish Charities, $2,500; Gratz College of Philadelphia, $2500; Pennsylvania Hospital. $1000; Hebrew Home of Philadelphia, $1000; Hebrew Education Society of Philadelphia $1, 000.Judge Julzberger had collected a large library containing choice books and rare specimens. This library was left to the disposal of Dr. Cyrus Adler, and in the event of the death of Dr. Adler, then to the selection of Dr. A. Marx and Dr. Max L. Margolis.
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