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November 15, 1913

Medical News

JAMA. 1913;61(20):1820-1826. doi:10.1001/jama.1913.04350210060024

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Loses Bequest on Technicality.  —Because of the ambiguity and vagueness of a paragraph in the will of R. L. Kaplan, millionaire philanthropist of Alabama, a bequest of $70,000 to the Jewish Hospital for Consumptives in Denver has been held null and void by the courts, because there are two Jewish institutions which maintain hospitals in Denver, and the terms of the will do not show clearly for which institution the bequest was intended.

Radium for Use of Physicians  —The first step in the plans of Alfred I. Dupont to use the output of the pitchblende mines for the use of the medical and scientific fraternity of the United States, was taken two weeks ago when he placed in the hands of Dr. Walter A. Jayne, Denver, a quantity of

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