WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. (AP) _ Newspaper heiress Anne Scripps Douglas left an estate of more than $1 million, but bequeathed only $10,000 to her husband, the main suspect in her slaying.

Mrs. Douglas, the 47-year-old great-great granddaughter of The Detroit News founder James Scripps, was found beaten in her Bronxville home on New Year's Day. She died Jan. 6.

Her will was filed last week in Westchester County surrogate's court.

Dated May 9, 1991, she left her husband, Scott Stuart Douglas, $10,000, the minimum amount a spouse is entitled to under state law, according to John Q. Kelly, the Scripps' attorney.

In addition, she left Douglas, a 38-year-old house painter, a further share of the estate once it is settled. The will did not disclose how much he would get.

She ordered the remainder of the estate equally divided among her three daughters, one of whom she had with Douglas. The two others are from an earlier marriage.

Douglas' car was discovered running on the Tappan Zee Bridge on Jan. 1 and authorities initially believed that he jumped into the Hudson River.

His body, however, has not been found and he has been charged in his wife's murder. The family has offered a $25,000 reward for information leading to his arrest.

Mrs. Douglas had decided to divorce her husband late last year and had received an order in early December that barred Douglas from harassing her, but allowed him to remain in the house.

On Dec. 29, Mrs. Douglas sought a Family Court order to evict her husband, but the court was closed.

The couple married in 1988 with no prenuptial agreement, Kelly said. He said he did not know if Douglas was aware of the will's provisions.