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ALL EDITIONS 40 The Arizona Republic Phoenix, Sat., Aug. 15,1970 Marilyn's estate now in black By EARL WILSON NEW YORK - She had a certain sizzle. And only Marilyn Monroe had it. On the eighth anniversary of her death last week, we realized that there never has been a real successor to Marilyn Monroe. Those other sexpots who jumped out of their clothes before the cameras didn't make it as the new Sex Symbol. Their sizzle was a fizzle. ' Eight years. Such a long time. JFK was still President. Yet Marilyn's films still run all over the world. Her es- ' tate's participation in the income is enabling attorney Aaron R. Frosch, the executor, finally to close her $1,250,000 estate, with creditors getting 100 cents on the dollar. And he e s t i m a t e s there'll be $20,000 a year — maybe more — coming in. BLOW THE WHISTLES.. "Marily Monroe at last is in the black." Funny that MM's the subject of a piece about money. She never cared much about it. But there's a tax lesson here. You remember the tax wallop. Personal income taxes, $125,000. Income taxes on estate, $550,000. Estate taxes sold TV rights to Marilyn's "The Prince and the Showgirl" film that he took off TV five years ago to increase its value. It was the same with other assets. And hopefully there'll be money for beneficiaries and residuary legatees, including Marilyn's mother, Mrs. Gladys Ealey, 68, living in Gainesville, Fla., with a daughter. IUFFCT SIHYICt Over 400 Cnflttlt frtlwh Or*** Ifaiio* Mttfem wMftraft 1 * P 6ntt6SMA FOOD lAZAAR 2121 f. C«mNMek CLOWNS bEN Marilyn Monroe $160,000. Total taxes, $835.000. Owed creditors: $250,000. Liabilities $1,060,000. Frosh, a good friend of Marilyn, made it his cause to get her estate out of the red. Trouble was Marilyn had deferred salary contracts to reduce the tax bite. 'Twas OK if you stay alive. But Marilyn dead could not make business deductions. The deferred income was fully taxable. FROSCH'S TASK stretched out to eight years. He just Rock Scott Campbell HAVt PUN AT OUR WATUSI and TWIST PAW Kvcftr mom PR86 Inttrvcttont and eantett awards by Arthur Murray nMfrtocfors! < DANCM* I INTMTAMMMt • ta) 1 NMhtjjr i 'Hey* shows promise New Moan Hey is a Phoenix group that is into blues, hence the title of their debut album, "Blues Harvest" (Foggy Mountain Productions FMLP 1956). The group consists of Ponti Bone, accordion; Sarah Bone, harmonica and vocals; Dana Smith, guitar; Craig Meacham, bass; and' Greg Martin, drums. T he y demonstrate a good deal of promise on the album, even if the idea of an aceor- .dion used for anything but ; polkas is a bit rough to adjust -to at first. -. The material on the LP 'consists of more or less •standard blues numbers, such as "Dust My Blues" by Elmore James and "Born Under a Bad Sign" by Booker T. Jones and William Bell, plus one original, "Ship of Sadness" by Dana Smith. Overlooking a few weak spots, mainly in production and sound quality, New Moan Key's album should cause at least a few people to think twice the next time they downgrade local talent. * * * "THE LAST POETS" ~ (Douglas 3) is another one of Cthose one-of-a-kind albums. ^Described as "oral poetry • that can be published only on ; a record," the LP is a prolonged message from a black ! group of three poets and one ; percussionist to their black '. brothers. The subject is every; day life, from subways and ! street corners to dope and old ; ladies. The conclusion is what 1 The Poets feel is the inevita- ! bility that when the Revolu- ;tion comes, there'll be no . more rhetoric, and no more ; excuses. ! Because of the potent Ian- ;guage in some of the cuts, . you may have a bit of diffi- 'culty locating this album in record stores, and you certainly won't be hearing it on radio stations that value their licenses. 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