The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 7, 1947 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, June 7, 1947
Page 6
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FACE an BLYTHEVILLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, JUNE 7, 1947 FpfeYEsf at e Is Valued at $2,777,673.26 N. Y.. June 7. <OT)— The late President Prank- 'lin'D. Roosevelt left a gross cs- tate.of-$2,m J «T3.26.pnp«rs filed in the Dutchess county Surrogate CourJ/ revealed- today. The pacers disclosed that the original •• estate was augmented' by «»4,155 19 from ills mother, Mrs. Stti&I Delano Roosevelt, and im increase in capital, probably from stocks a:id bonds, of $167,757.40. (the estate paid': S3S3,C6i.55 : federal taxes, $46,598.47 in state <,ta*«'»nd $1397.74 in taxes to the District of Columbia. The President's estates in Cam- da, Campo -Bella and the Province of New . Brunswick also were taxed. ^ Rqose,'vett owed the Dominion *1 80.06 and the Province of N'3W Brunswick $2,409.87, for n total • of in taxes. Palestine's Stern Gang Admits Murder-by-Mail Plot Against the British Shucks, No More Audience , June 7. (UP) — The number of intercepted letter bombs rose', to 20. today 'With discovery o nine,; more explosive-laden envelopes' address to • British ministers or former Scotland the 'latest letters hnd been These monkeys in Chlcaso's Lincoln Pai-k Zoo are just as bewildered as they ioolt. 1 lie newly dcsiEiied cnso they're in is lilted will) a spednl transparent mirror glass which allows the. children . in the Coresjiouiul to view monkey antics but does not permit the mpnlieys to sec the children. ; <, They only see themselves, as their side of the class is a mirror. __ ^^^^^ exjpl^sjves have been found in the The- Stern Gnng, militant Jew- ish underground organization I" Fiiiesline, claimed responsibility for the letters. It clistrlautMl ill Tel Aviv la-st night agents in Italy had Ernest Benin uiici-his predecessor Anthony Krten Briiish leaders disclOj- tlie 'mnrdcr-hy-iniiil I"»l- of cipicnts were not dosed. 's intended re- nmedialcly dis- Negro (Jets Sentence O/ Death in 3 Trials JACKSON, Miss., June 7. (UP) — Tlie trial score for Sandy. Magcci HOME SERVICE & STORAGE CO. • is pleased to announce that Mr. Richard Holr i has joined our staff as J carpenter and maintenance m man. Call us to do that i job you can't do or don't want to do. Telephone 2801 Kesd Courier News Want Ads. Utlca, Miss., Negro, stood tod.r at three convictions and thre' dealli penalties. An appeal was nil licipatcd ngiiinsl Mugcc'.s third con vklton returned last night by ' an nil-white JiL-.-y. Magee was tried three times . on charges of sl"S'lnB Ernest Conn, a Utlca cafe owner. He was sentenced to death COPR. 1947 BY KEA £CRVJCf. INC. T. M. REG. U. S. PAT. OFf. 6-7 ' ' : The only thing wrong witli Betty is her father is the only banker in town—he'd probably expect her husband to ba a young man with money in the bank!" By MERRILL ELOSSER | Magcc's third trial. - Tl>t? STOUT I ~WkIlc Flora !> •V>**K tor divorce, Mile Htrcrcllr tae«<M ll«b OM leave hi lluffalo. Them <B»te Been ovrrxctiK nnd Flora proeft nhend with her iilunM. ' X»« IhHH n muntli nf Icr the ill- v«rt« !• flnnl, the junior 1111- •OBMrrii krr rnKn^rmruf 111 Srtm F«rWK. I,.for one. nni Mbuckf*!. Flora hnd on\y JitKt fiuifliU-d t» Mr 4hn4 xfcr \vn«* tznlii^ io fcave » b»br. ISol.'H». ' .» * * XIII fT"HE next-morning, as'soon ns •* Father had left the house, I telephoned Flora that I had to tee her: SKfe came over and I immediately 'Rpk her up to my room, then closed and bolted the door. I-kaid: "Tell me quick. Have you told Sam?" Flora laughed. "Louise, for heaven's sake, give me a little time. You don't tell a man the minute he asks you to marry nim that you're going to have a baby. That would be the height of indelicacy.""This"' is- no joking* matter. Flora." •;-.. "Do you suppose I don't know it'. Oh, Louise, what will I do? What will I do? I'm almost ou of my mind." * v I now saw 1 :that; Flora looked hoticw-eyed and pinched, that he hand3 moved restlessly, that then were t ew lines about her mouth But rh ; did not cry. She told in that if she started crying she be lieved she would never be ab>j t stop. She had made no plans. She dii admit that it had never occurre to her that Sain meant to asU he to .marry hiin. Indeed she ha gor^e to tell him about the bab and ask for advice when he sud derjly up and popped the questio Flora claimed that she was s surprised, she entirely forgot aboi the baby until after she had sni yes i _ ..••'; t "But why on r earth did you so yes?. Baby or no baby, you're cci tainly n it in love with Sam.V darling, you are such ii!d! • I do love Sam. I always ivo, even when 1 was too young nd silly and romantic to uncicr- and. I was never really In love ilh poor Bobby, but only In >ve with love. Always in the ickground there was dear Sam, •) strong and line and honorable, ouise, I adore him. It would be caven to be mnrricd to him. You ust believe it." * * * WAS never so surprised hi my life. There was no question ol lora's sincerity. I said: "You'll have to wYlic to lob. Perhaps lie can get a dia- harge and come home and you nn be remarried. After all, it's Bob's baby. It's up to him to take are of it ... ami you." "Bob's in France," Flora said carily. "He could never get a lischnrgc. And how could I niar- _y Bobby feeling as I do about .am?" I wanted to shake her. "Well, what are you going to lo?" I nsltcd blnnlly. "You've ilaccd Sam in n terribly humill- iriB position. I don't believe he'll ;ver forgive you, and I don't >lame him. What \mdor heaven possessed you to _'jniou'Ace youi engagement? .Why didn't yon t' Sam? lie's kind-hearted. He would have helped you." Flora gave a long, shnddcvinj sigh. She hadn ? t ipcani to announce the engagement, she said She hadn't even meant io ii'll hci mother and sisters, bi.<. i;ny> blurted it out at once. And -,vis vorld, or let me TeH them, that spent 1h;-ce days with Bob in 3xi)Talo. It's a good thing I knowr ibont Dial lri[). Otlierwise every ild cat in town would believe it viis Sam's baby instead of Bab's." WOT HI NO happened for three days. Then Flora telephoned, nd aslced me to give her my word '£ honor I would never breathe ii vord about knowing I knev/ what. t seemed little to ask. I.prcii-.lsed. "Docs your mother know?" I isked. "Yes. Everyone knows—evcry- ine important, I mean." That evening Sam came over. 'Ie was pale and grave and asked o see Father alone. They went rilo the library and closed the loor. I was 01. pins and needles, couldn't read, couldn't sew. About 9 o'clock Father called' me in. Father said: "Sam has come io me with an amazing story. Is It true that you lent Flornbello noney to go to Buffalo her husband a little over months ago?" "Yes," I said. "Humph!" Father said. "You were exttcmely culpaJJle. Under the circumstances ..." 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