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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, November 9, 1932
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NOVEMBER 9, 1982 Di'Hi Ancestor of President-Elect Settled in iV.v Amsterdam, 1636 KY KOBERT TAU,EV NEA Service Writer A fiunllv n-imc tliiu comes down from Hie 12th century, when it was first assumed by a family In Holland. Is the heritage of Franklin D. Hoosewlt. In Dutch, the name means "a field of roses" and on fhe family's coat-of-arms a rose was the charge. The Roosevelt line in America L-cgan with Claes van RoosevcK r.n inniisrant from Holland, who settled in New Amsterdam about 1636. At that time ther,? were only 800 persons on Manhattan Island. The 'Van" was dropped later from the name when New Amsterdam pased to the English • and becamo New York. ,' Claes van Roosevelt was the distant grandfather of both Franklin D. Roosevelt and President Theodore Roosevelt. He married Jannetjf Thomas, a Dutch girl who liad come over on a sailing ship. Claes' son, Nicholas van Roose- Yrlt, was a cloth . merchant in N,i\v Amsterdam and also an alderman. He was the grcat-great- Rreat-grcat grandfather of both Franklin and Tecxlore, and their last common ancestor. ' * * • Theodore Roosevelt's )ine is descended from Nicholas' second son. Johannes- Roosevelt. Franklin Roosevelt's line is descended from Nicholas' third son. Jacobus. The latter was a New The Roosevelt Family Tree CLAES VAN ROOSEVELT ten miniated from llolkiml about H NICHOLAS VAX UOOSKVHLT Uisi 1-0111111011 aiicuMor 01 liotli l-'i-iiuk- lln and Tlii.-uilm-e Uiiiisvrclt JOIIAN.S'KS KOO.SKVKLT '•'•al-Kn'al-tsi-eiit-Ki-iinilfa'lh "I 'nirnilorc Kooscvcll •JACOBUS HOO.SKVI:I,T rcat-Kr<-iii-Ki'riii-Kv»iiiiru!h of l-'rnnklln Unnsi <:<)K.NKI.|US KOOSKVKL <ii-imdfat)ir.'r 'HiLF), (AKK.) COUH1EU NK\VS How th(^rty-Ei^lu American Slates Voted For President J-AGE THREB Throtlw* IU*M\clt Civil War when other branches of the family turned Republican. In 1853, James Roosevelt married Rc-liuccit Howlaml. She died in 1873. Early in 1881, when he wa s 53, he took for his second wife Sara Lelano, who was then 20. Her father, a t?a importer, had been Lincoln's agent in China. After a year's honeymoon in Europe they returned to their New. York estate where Franklin ' . Roosevelt was bom on Jan. '30, York merchant and he started family fortune when he bought a large part of lower Manhattan! Island for 100 pounds. Isaac Roosevelt, son of Jacobus, was Franklin D. Roosevelt's great- givat-grandfather. He was a sugar refiner, a member of the provin-; cial congress, a soldier in the i Revolutionary War.' a founder of j tlie Bank of New York and a senator from 1786 to 1790. His son, James Roosevelt, expanded the family fortunes by buying 10 acres in upper Manhattan for $20,000 in 1817. Later,. he bought the present-day Boose- ment Fire Halted. . vi'lt-estate on the Hudson river. |. _ ... James poosevelt also named) clollds of smoke bmmvlni , ol 'one of "his sons Isaac. The latter uoriim's dru- 'lore \V1S IT" 1 •"-""•I* 1 - »T^"— "-* 1 n_~..i,t:__ l •*• -J vti u.-. -i, Jiv. D. He Smnkf Raffles Firemen for Half Hour Before Base 1-rnnkliB 1*. *c-osci.rlt — Roosevelt copyright Ancestral pictures, Allen Grobin, Jrom Arme Nrivspii:turcs. REPUBLICAN DEMOCRATIC IN DOUBT l:noft-n,_ nri;ro oc-ciinnnl.s- tt'.at they awoko to liml llu-ir n. llamc.s. 'Ihey cscajK-j uninjured bill ii-illi feu- personal L-.>Ioiv;in;;s. ILltiSItR TIS BIG [[JIB Tennessee Gubernatorial Nominee Runs Far .Behind Roosevell. ! of tl:e store. A definite estimate of the dam She'll Be Firsl La,cly en the name James in honor of I damage 3 ^!'icrel!anrtL" J an^T" file ITrOll/CfVlfVlnT- TV,ir- T n «, n .- , _ •'...IVilu.ulJ... .11]^ 1^ his grandfather. This James Roosevelt was the father of Franklin D. He was vice president of the Delaware & Hudson Railroad, gnlhered quickly wliil" 9 - 7: Ho3vt ' r - r>S.500. ; ~ the sc'urcc cf Fcr «oven:cv: m»rt ,,.,111 (i,n Mr-Cull, SO.iK!; from fire and water in the mcnt and rear of ifce store The smoke cleared cul'd'bv"^ P smoke began to lessen. Business was resumed after the 70.20G; a graduate of. Harvard, prominent by - thc ,; aFavette ~ ScU th's^de in New York society. He remained - of s . ,....•' ,,„ °' flc - "Union Democrat" during thej <? building, o:- j Firemen resixmdcd to store, is CK-ne.-i I alarm shortly before when n negro U'niinn Aiiaplctl 10 Chltdrrn : BOSTON.- tun— During h;r lifa- n second j lime. Mrs. Cnthonne J. Dwius midniijiu : adoplert 10 chilrlrci-.. Rc.-enlly slie Lake street was gutted. at 1051 South j riied at 81. Th: f-.ster chll- | dron who survived . rr .itbiidw! her nu- funeral. A p a.r-by onsecom, street ,„. CHAPTE« XLV1II r T'I?KI{E was no holrtlnR Dnna flic •* next (lay. Rh« Insisted ' upon hclns tnken to Stan Ball's side Just as snnn as imssilile. Asrer and the dnrtor tlelaycrl as Ions as they g.ivo In. after . dared ami lin.-illy lirralsfiist. Asprr carried Dona Into the „ ro:n:i and set licr chair beside Stan's' bed. The young adventurer was n^leen hut he stirred ns she benl lown/il him. Ho was pnle und his fare had lost Hindi of its strength. Inii tip H-.-IS l!ie S.-IHIC Sl.-iii llall [t seemed bts Ins were rcidy to smile ' "I nny moment. I'foi I'nuliir left the room noise loi'aiy ami ,\SIILT followed. U»na f-"l lonkliij: dnwn at thc man slic hall an nearly 1:iI ] C[1 . Uer j;azc mav ti-ivo ,- ; ,r,!,..-| „ tai . ssus ., m |lc ,„.,-,. i.ul nin-e }i M ,,, „,, untiiiilly as | e ep as ''••'• "' m ' l] - At any rale, his eyes •-.. ">':! ciui in., lunged 1111 .':l her. K'if sini li-ii iniil ninrniiirrd soil- I" ^ I i-iiniu lo see if ll-.:vc was (iiiylliln^ yi,u waiHciJ." K: "" * l " vi'j-cil the pillmvs prui)- her and a grin .«ni ead "Vnur faibcr says I '.?.. ''i, ' WI;nt nri tl here. U« I. l:c uskvd „>• way O f greeting. Ills colic was weak, tun he Bll s as, bun- nr hlms..|f il3 1le |, !m cvcr |iron • •>.i.l iu:slH>il. "1 3n, 5([ro [ ie ;v j]j do n Int for yon." she said. ' Ami ynit?" He was still l'i i with his Brave eyes. "I'M b« litre lo ynn. tno. Thai's wll:i i I came in see about. Ynii /"'•hi ivnut somLMlihig special Ihal ' •'""Id Us." [>„„;, snjrtcniy lk . d'ln-'. "'"' fillc was Belling iulo 11 '_ = or "ns ciirncr. '^''I'lli la all Hie doc will lei me nviUn ''' '"' s! " llx " 1C :l 9leal( iii« «v^l e . h * t!p ' 1 P 01 """" nti'l a pic." f. MONTGOMERY secret trips to camn. "Winters," Dona corrected. "Winters," Stan murmured. "He's gone.' 1 The words slipped out unbidden and Dona blushed furiously. "And bo took the little senorlla." Stan was wauhius her face closely. "And she took your jjlovc," Dona help but remind him of icoiiltl not that. "My glove?" and showed it. I. Donn si-it h- Inln (be ulr.lil :.i;:" fricml. nn-.i slie i-.i^i<i fnr .iny||ii:i K S |,.. n mi^ht have. I!, i i v.ilb Sla:i a RI-I-H-I-I l seen Mule <>| hi:, !: b<-en on tl;r- i , ; • if her r:iil:ri :.-;• i P>l Stan was puzzled "Your right hand glove," Donn insisted. Slan bughcd. "That's a queer OHO. Both my gloves arc over In Hint pile of rags (lint you ruined." His eyes moved across the room tu- w.inl ;i closet door. "1 suppose that glove was Dud's." lloiia was ready to admit that she liail not a single thing ( 0 hold •fitnute. rt*s ihook a heavy flnucr. "Now look here, young lady, nnne of your woman's wiles with Ball I'm making him timber boss of tliis cutting, ,-ind I don't want to have him ruined."* "He'll never take It," Dona said, "lie's a cattle man." "He'll lalie ll and like It." Aspcr ... Assured her gruffly. "I want a cat- ing , , ,. ,. . „ tlcman hero so as lo get Hcth Dubyjand they had'nul liini' •• and that crew at Ulind itiver ovci ' lie alone, their tantrums." I Dona smiled a contented smlu- "] lliink »e—that is lliat lie will like the Job," she said sweetly. As per Innglicd onlriglu uud tnrncil away. IIu was very busy uet- liiiR the work sli<1l£l>tencil out ami ready for a government check that would uncover all of Sv/crgiii's crookedness. Aaper knew that the job at Three Ilivers wyg going to slmll have your sleak and was wondering if he knew "bout Dudley. "And If W | nter tome , r stan had M«B H le . ,,tl« »f . book he «> «» «f against him except the fact that she loved him and did not want him to liml it out al nucc. The doctor bustled In. "Yon must let me cany you hack now," he said with a professional frown. "Oh. 1 can walk," Dona assured mm, sue! rose from thc chair. She took Iwo slops and wobbled. The next Inslaiil she was In the doctor's arms. "N'o more of that or yon go right hack to bed." warned Ihc doclor as lie started for the door. $' Dona smiled n farewell | 0 llx; grinned at her and cullcit Koftly aflcr them. "I'll have ihcm bring me In to see you tomorrow." J>(INA insisted upon t*ltig carried t out lo the porch. She sat there ' \i:itcliliiK tin, inisy scene below. As- fu-r Ijart the mills goliiR smoothly nuain and the men who had htclv l>eru comlilm; Uio |,i|| s w | Ml rln( ,' s wcro ninvluj- abniit at iicaeefnl tasks. The nld |i m | rer king was s-triilfnt: amiss the rlearlns with his head up. He looted her way and waved, then come up to ihc porch 'Soe your young fire eater'" li« asked. "Yes, thank you," Dona smiled down UPUD her parent. Aspur looked »t t«r tor e. ln n g The Vole In Former Years Iliiovi-r. Itrp Smllh, JMi Thomas, Snr Hoover carrlci! W xl'j[?s gnl -IN f leulornl volt's; Smith carrh'd cli-hl slates, l: ot !I7 i-lecluml votes. I!t.l)l«,4l:l :!li7,«0 1924 Ctwlldirr, Hep 15.725,011! l>iivl!!, Htm 8,:183,S86 IjiTnlklic, I'ro.-Hnr. ... 4,S2J,S5fi . Ccalldgc cnrrlcd ;ir> slates, (jot M2 votes; Uivls carried 12 sliile.s, got 1M electoral fates- UiFollctic can-led Wlscoiisin, R ol. elccloral ' lnjr, Hrp. Urm. .! 11120 ...' 10,1; s,i4i,:ir,:i Iti'bs, Hardlni; carried :n states B ol 401 elcctorul votes; cjox carrlo.1 11 Blates, (jot 137 electoral voles. Wilson, l>cm. IlllflllCii, ltc[l Kcnson, Soc. 191C SSS ; 113 Wllscn carried 30 .-totes, got 277 electoral vol:s; Hughes cnrrlod 18 states, got 254 electoral votes. fi,2H(;,214 4,l2B,ft2t ' ' • hummed an old ;im c . ,1 west- ASUS. VK.ANKUN* >) ! She v,-ns born Anna Eleanor IKoscvelt, the diiiiKhlcr nf Elliott i-tcosevelt, who uas a younger of President Thvmlurc Iioc$e-1 Ivelt.... The lallcr attended her brllllnnt wcddlni; in New York in | 'CMOIIS. ' 1S»5 and gnvc the bride, his niece. In marriage Her yc ID12 Wilson, Dem UnoffcrrK, I'ro Tart, Kr]i , llcbt, S« .............. 897,01) Wilson carried '10 slnlc-,. got 43rj electoral voles; RoosevcH carried .-|>: .•ilnte.s. got 811 electoral v»::s; 'I'aft cnrrlcd two stale, got -:i»;.l electoral votes. ngencirs provided funds ::irl. llrr viieal si.ln si j.'i-n.'y iind she liirnnj iilnnit. i:,,iw "iiL- had si-jnpid n]i b.^iind l: v lo the ;;r:iMs ;il her r.,'1 " I IIMI i:fi- "Miilliiy Inlil rnj yuu | band, th cn a , slmlciit at Columbia Law School, was Franklin D. Koosc-' Ior •"' c >' e examination and n pair j get Sound 25 years ago. got jvclt, her sixlh cousin A shy Htllc girl \vllli loiij. brnKlecl hair,,'"' S'*'•'•"'>• Jolmnlr Is bnck «• i "--'--•- -- - • • ' - rost him n jirctty penny lint be «as i ilp l:eli.i'd mu in wiihin read - ready to pay it and coiilliine Uu- IMIKHK was a - Foil} Minium soft, silver moon again mid ^in was batlicil in haze. Tuu nsinn- i ibis i-H:-lKinicii s|u:i. ihen ,\r.,i lilM." Ki:lli"s v.iin? was Inw r. ::nft. "I h;ii| ii, i u. |) o::r i;- l-lisl::-d nil. Mn!ilcn!y iiiiali!!. H: Ij, tvcry i!ay a:.,I «•;;:;!, il tu talli r«s!le«l gently ami Ihe spruce mnr mured viilli n siKh tlial added sntt music to Ihc sonn of a million night folks of Hie insect family. Uona sat on a log at Hie ctlse of Hie clearing ami wiilchcd the last palch n! shadow slip frum Iho cliTs higli ni- iinder the rim of Folly Mountain. Malloy bad hecn up to see her and bad Jnsi left. He had said la- was going lo ECO Slan l!:ill and Ihen be was beaded north to tako a job as range boss. l)ni» had foil » little ache In her he.irl its sha |)1<I him gonilby. Hhc bail tried lo nui- fiiado him In ntny .inil help Sian 'ins.« the (iinlKT worfe but ho had answered, with n grin, lhat iwo cov.-pnnchers would bo sure in wreck the works. Malloy had stayed at camp nnltl Slaii was ready to walk. The nes( •lay his friend was lo be allowed to walk about a Illtlo and Malloy had suddenly decided lo lake a job on iho north range. He had been good to Dona while Stan was mending and liad taken her for many rides Into th« new ways nruinid . !iu smliU-niy b. inl li t s:iaU-il. hand mi his 'iitiil in ^:: ! |),n|, ,„,, mm. In Dmia Inlil a "Vw. Staii. Yc if }<m shiiuhl ,1 Sl.n snorted ll-i wciicis s ilcnly In-oiiglit him \.:,:k tec In-: self. IlisliiK fr,,m i-aiiKlit ber by the shuul; her nc-iitly. "l i-;u,, n i ); ii |:,. r e 10 loll yon Ihal I love yci; aa.l Hint I want yon In be my wife." Dfiia wanted i>i civ. it,. ...ii slie l.iiiRln-tl iinstendlly ami lei inm draw her lo him. llr s!imvc>l M iin- ly that he was well cm the «ai tn recovery as his Btrnnj; nrms cii<.» her close. Hungrily hi.^ lips IKII,;I! hers, tbpn all.v.ns stl^nn- t-\,vpi ^.^ for_lhc humming of Uio crickets ; are dried and Ihen converted into thc serum, which has proved effective. Since 1927, when the serum was cmpbyrd. the an . , met him al a family uaily one day in the 90's and they were - wccllicp.rls ever after ---- Neither ever had another, 'tis said ____ Her licncymoon took her to Enroix-. after which she c.nnv back to Mew York and became a pioneer In sterner aclhilies of Jiinkr league. ....Has continued in welfare work ever since, advocalinj belter housing mid belter conditions for tlie posr.... A few years ago she marched In a demonstration by striking paper box msk.Ts. being n literal by conviclion. . . . Mere recently, has been adive in political -.ind welfare work of vavii/iir, kinds, rlcspltr her j>n".si,->g (iuiics ns Oovtrnor Kcotpvelfs hostess and the tniMrrss of ihnv homes- ihe «-vcrr.or's mniyion at Albany, the family rstati- on o Iliidsnn nml Iheir town hcusc in Nrw York.... Slic is graceful and charnitng and the of a imlisiicd, forceful and wcll-diu-clcd intellect. rchonl - TACOMA, Wash. (UP) — A. L. lirooks enrolled nt College o( Pu- his Bachelor of Atl.s ctsrec only remit ly. Mexico Harvests Scorpion MEXICO CITY. (UP)— Al icasl 15.000 scorpions arc being "harvested" amiMlly for preparation of icorplon sling strum, according to (he Department of Health. SiKcial hunting parlies .'•per.d the summer months in Durango. Sinaioa and Nayarll, caiilnring tre Insocis. from which Ihc |H>iEon glands aro extracted. The glands are sent (o thc cc:i- ] drive Is rcvenle.-l in stitlslin show| ing that during 35 year.; more -•than 1,010 Arsons th-d in Dn- i ran go from thc slings. Weak Eyes Caused Him to Play Hookey AMARTU,0. Tex. tUI'i-.Iohnnio was nlaying "hookey." First his teacher, th.-n (!ie trn- ant officer, and nnally the Red Cross and a city \\orc around by l:is absence from .school. 1! i ,,.„, . f ..... -••••—-".. ™ ,,,^ v,.. | ;s asence rom .schw. abortitorlos here, whrro lh:y , n)0lhcr sh , llgi!0(1 nrc:0 ., i]ir , ar . The moon swung hf^! Peak and revealed cvory nook 1 cranny on ihc mountain. II covered Iwo shadowy fnrma sit clasped In each other's arms ga „ raptly at the grandeur of tlio iilghi <Icrs all( , M)(f] - .. Qh wc| ,.. I3nf an tnvetllealor periled, nn:l finally Ihe Iriilh was learned. Johnnie'. 1 ! father, uo.-king only but none of Us haauiy. (1UK m , ,,, , •_" - .... uuitjimi..! iiitjjc-r, ttwrhing only rnortalty In nurango from , hvo „ a wck cmiW not „ , Rn slfn " h " '"" ''"" a pair of glasses for him. The family was proud and (he schoolboy ; scorpion stings has diminish* from 42 lo only one dur- 1032. had cried each night !>: his . llilll IJIILJ UilCU Ill^lll, IJ-L.HUyC Ills Imporlance of Ihe antl-jcorplon I eye* were too weak to study his New Color Makos Old Ganncnts Seem New We h.'ivc rcncwL'tl luiiuircds of jriirmcnts Uu's yr;u- liy correct application of (lyes. IVrliiips you ,-ilso li:\vc a coat, <lnvs ov .sonic other gannont that can Ijo made fcrvirwihlo with a now color. Our inclliotl of dyeinjr producns uniisu.illy ;,'oocl results. FELT HATS CLTCANKD AND Phone 17.1 UniquoClcaning Service "Raises the Standard"

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