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RELEASE FROM ARMY

Elliott Roosevelt's Financial Affairs applicatk^announced WASHINGTON, July 30. The , War tha? ePa B t S t ier^nerai SFSSSn,? 6 SKie iom active "The application has not yet been acted upon. . been offered No explanation has A by the War yi\ ttee is at Congressional t f"?£?g Brigadierpresent invest affairs, General Roosevelt s gffif that in particularly the *"£**£#) nOO-dollar 1939 he received a X id nt loan from John. Ha r "°'"'£ chain, of a nation-wide % c 4 Y for 4000 which was settled in dollars. correspondent of The Washington « gayg t the New Yorfc ly R o O sevelt acted Brigadier-General Koos superiors, upon the advice of grace ful w>lo urged Jim Y on way out and apply lor rs . service, the grounds of 15 y ecU

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RELEASE FROM ARMY, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 181, 2 August 1945

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RELEASE FROM ARMY Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 181, 2 August 1945

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