Paper reports there FDR showed no sign of sickness before death
(U.R) I he news t h as a shock C h u r c h i l l ' s en the h t news Broadcasting :i few s were for district Nations his own ideas for world peace. NO SIGN OF SICKNESS The President had spent a leisurely two weeks in Â·Springs. And a,t no liiiu; was there any indication that vas sick, beyond the fact: that he had not made his visits to the Warm Springs s w i m m i n g pool he began his life-long battle to overcome the withering effects of infantile paralysis. Almost daily d u r i n g his stay ho took long in the soft Georgia spring sun and had been keeping constantly with developments in Washington and abroad telephone and through official papers flown to him every morning. Mr. Roosevelt was flu- .''1st president of the United His successor, Harry S. Truman, who was sworn in soon the President's death was announced, became the 32nd. Dr. Bruenn said that at 9:oO a. m. (CWT) today President was "in excellent spirits" and showed no whatever of feeling badly.