Roosevelt's interment

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Roosevelt's interment - SIMPLE BURIAL RITES FOR ROOSEVELT HELD .... AND...
SIMPLE BURIAL RITES FOR ROOSEVELT HELD .... AND CÜUNTY PLANNED UUU11 1 I I Li/111 HYDE PARK SUNDAY FALLEN CHIEFTAIN AND WORLD TRAVELER FOR PEACE AT REST By HOWARD FIJ EGER. ROOSEVELT ESTATE, Hyde Park, N. Y., April 16—•Vfv Franklin Franklin Delano Roosevelt, world traveler in search of lasting peace, slept today in the spot on earth he loved above an others—tie garden of his family home in the peaceful Hudson Valley. In buria! rites majestic in their simplicity, tne four-term chief executive executive was laid to rest Sunday behind the hemlock hedge whicn borders the century-cld garden, a cherished pride of the Roosevelt family. His modest-mannered successor, President Truman, joined other nigh government dignitaries in the ceremony—then sped back *o Washington to shovlder in earnest earnest the crushing task which fell to his lot Thursday when a cerebral cerebral hemorrhage killed President Roosevelt. With President Truman went Mrs. Roo33velt, back to the White House to terminate the first-family first-family housekeeping she began March 4, 1933. Simple neighbors of Hyde Parte ROOSEVELT FAMILY TURNS AWAY FROM GRAVE— Members of the Roosevelt family turn away from the grave of the late President'J^me ^ourt’ justices1 congres’sior- Franklin D. Roosevelt after burial services in the Gower garden of his estate in Hyde Park. At left, holding pocketbook, is the late Preai- aj and military leaders and foi- dent’s daughter, Mrs. Anna Boettiger, followed by her mother, Mrs. Roosevelt, and her brother, Brig. Gen. Elliott Roosevelt, who ia carrying ojgn executives to pay final hom- the flag, which had been removed from the coffin of his father. Behind them it Col. John Boettiger (bareheaded), son-in-law. To the right age to the man who gave up the of him are the daughters-in-law, including Mrs. Elliott Roosevelt (on left) and Mrs. John Roosevelt, whose face* can b# *een over head* of country squire life he wanted, to _ . . _ . _ * i .. . !nn#4 oat n rm bn 111 nrl notinn fVtrAMBh spectators. At extreme left is President Harry S. Truman (bareheaded with hat in hand) (AP Wirephoto) SEVENTH WAR LOAN CAMPAIGN FOR CITY THREE BUSINESS MEN’S SERVICE CLUBS HERE TO SPONSOR DRIVE The three business men’s service clube—the Lions, Rotary and Civ- V-E DAY IS STILL ON WING AND SIGNS POINT TO NEEDED SHOOTING TO BRING IT DOWN By DEWITT MACKENZIE Associated Press War Analyst. V-E Day is still on the wing and the signs are that it’s going to take some gunning to bring it down. The overall picture ,n Europe is that of a Germany virtually slashed in halves, but with two great areas of nazi resistance developing for a last stand. One of these will be most dangerous men in the world— and I doubt if that gives him high enough rating. This arrogant Prussian aristocrat aristocrat is the essence of the militarism militarism which the allies have sworn to wipe out in Europe. He is one of the shrewdest schemers of our time and has been responsible for many of Hitlers’ most profitable EARLY POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY TRUMAN WAS KEEP OUT DEBT NEW PRESIDENT UNITED STATES SOUGHT OFFICE FIRST TIME IN 1922 (Thid is the first of five »torie* depicting- depicting- President Harry S. Truman, ae hi» home etate of Missouri knows him. The author of the «eriet, George K. Wai!a< e, jiead an embattled nation through its greatest conflict. The booming thunder of a 2,gun 2,gun presidential salute started the burial services a few minutes before before 10 a- m The guns were fired at 15-second intervals. Between Between the repi*rts only tho startled startled chirping of birds in the trees and hedges disturbed the quiet at Krum Elbow’s 1,100 acres. At 10:02 a. m. a Marlfie captain captain snapped "present arms” to the military guard of honor, down the valley came the muffled roll of drumr- The body of President Roosevelt began the short, slow journey to the final resting place be chose. Mrs. Roodcvelt and two of hir children—Son Elliott, an air forces See ROOSEVELT, Page 6

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  1. Corsicana Daily Sun,
  2. 16 Apr 1945, Mon,
  3. Page 1

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