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Charitable Bequests in Goldfogle Will

June 13, 1929
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Remembering many relatives, employees, business associates, and six Jewish and Catholic charitable organizations in Manhattan, the will of Henry M. Goldfogle. President of the Board of Taxes and Assessments who died June 1, was filed in Surrogate’s Court yesterday, distributing an estate reported to be more than $250,000.

The Temple Rodeph Sholom is bequeathed $500. The Hebrew Sheltering Guardian Society, the Home of the Daughters of Jacob, the Home for Aged and Infirm Hebrews, the Roman Catholic Orphan Asylum, and the Beth Israel Hospital each get $250.

The Letter Carriers’ Association. Branch No. 36. receives $1,000 for the aid of sick postmen.

Bequests ranging from $1,500 to $5,000 he left to employees who were associated with him in his terms as Municipal Justice.

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