Cincinnati Jewish Hospital to Get $1,000,000 Bequest from Local Woman
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Cincinnati Jewish Hospital to Get $1,000,000 Bequest from Local Woman

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The Jewish Hospital here will be the recipient of a $1,000,000 gift, one of the largest bequests ever made to the hospital, it was learned today. The bequest is part of the will of Mrs. Netta S. Moch of this city, a widely-known philanthropist. The money will provide for the care of children and psychiatric patients.

Through the “Charles S. and Netta S. Moch Fund” and upon the death of the heirs, who will receive the income in their lifetimes, the gift will be available to the hospital. Mrs. Moch, who died on June 13, stipulated in her will that the hospital must agree, within one year following her death, to accept the bequest.

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