In Stride

Like 135,000,000 of his fellow citizens, Franklin Roosevelt spent the week waiting for new invasion bulletins. And as the scanty news trickled in, the President, like his fellow citizens, took it steadily, neither optimistically, impatiently nor fearfully.

Mr. Roosevelt was feeling fine. For the fourth time in the last four months, his personal physician, Vice Admiral Ross T. Mclntire, reported on the President's physical condition, stating again that the President's health is excellent. But he insisted that the President keep to his new lighter schedule.

On this regimen, Franklin Roosevelt had no...

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