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# give-it-away - Saturday 7 December, 2013

US man who wore threadbare clothes leaves secret fortune to charity

Jack MacDonald, who left $188 million to three institutions after his death at the age of 98, was known for cutting out money-off vouchers and wearing jumpers with holes in them.