E. & E. Roosevelt, Props.

The tourist and restaurant trade along the Hudson River, a highly competitive business, got some new enterprisers last week. Their names: Eleanor Roosevelt and son Elliott. Manager Elliott announced that their Val-Kill Inn would probably begin selling meals and lodging this fall.

The inn, a short distance east of the old Roosevelt mansion at Hyde Park, is on an 842-acre tract which the partners bought from the Franklin D. Roosevelt estate last year for $85,000. The building, an old remodeled white farmhouse, has rooms for 44 guests, can accommodate 100 diners at a time. Next year the Roosevelts hope to build...

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