Six New York institutions will receive bequests from the estate of the late Samuel Zucker, said to be several thousand dollars. Mr. Zucker died in Berlin on Nov. 26. The widow receives the income for life from the residuary estate after specific bequests of $38,000 have been paid. When she dies, half of the residuary principal will be divided among the six institutions. Mrs. Zucker may dispose of the other half by her will, but should she fail to do so the money will go to the same organizations. They are the Hebrew Orphan Asylum, Hospital for Deformities and Joint Diseases, Lebanon Hospital, Lying-In Hospital, Skin and Cancer Hospital and the Eye and Ear Infirmary.
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