Luck chain letter. Chain of Good Luck. No Linkage and Origin statements - probable transcription error.  US. 1949.
   This "chain of good luck" is going around the world for the first time. The person who breaks the chain will surely receive bad luck. Don't keep this letter.      This must be in the mail within 72 hours after receipt thereof.
   A private in the Philippine army won the first prize in the sweepstakes for complying with this chain. Mr. Franklin D. Roosevelt was elected to his third term as president of the United States 52 hours after he mailed this letter. Captain Romero, who broke this chain, died 72 hours after he received this letter. Detective Segunda D. Villeneuve of the city of Nagius, who laughed at the "chain of good luck", met instantaneous death in an accident of June 14, 1948.
   Instructions: Cancel the first name and add your name to the list. Make 12 copies and mail them to your friends. Do not keep this letter.

 Published: The Times (San Mateo, CA), 10 Nov. 1949, p. 8. Title of article: "Death Threat in Chain Letter". Entered by DWV, 11-29-2013.


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