LES Pf\ RFUMS WORTH The essence offeminine elegance 16- GAP E SUPPLEMENT SUNDAY TELEGRAPH No. 209 *January 31,1965 Price 6d ,THE LAST JOURNEY in Pictures LAID SIR WINSTON Simplicity Ends a Day O f M a je sty TO REST QUEEN AVERTS RHODESIA SNUB By JOHN MICHAEL Sunday Telegraph Commonwealth Affairs Correspondent A N astonishing error over an invitation to Mr. Ian C 1R WINSTON C H U R CHILL was laid to rest in the Oxfordshire parish churchyard of Bladon yesterday afternoon, with only family members present at the private burial. His long journey reached its end close to Blenheim Palace, where it began more than 90 years ago. The quiet simplicity of the service in the country churchyard contrasted with the majestic solemnity of the State funeral in London. The funeral procession began at Westminster Hall where, up to six a.m. yesterday, a total of 321,360 people had filed past the catafalque during the three-day lying-in-state. Huge silent crowds lined the route to St. Paul’s. The Queen, Prince Philip, the Prince of Wales and other members of the Royal Family were in the Cathedral with many foreign Heads of State. MR. DEAN RUSK TAKEN ILL Mr. Dean Rusk, United States Secretary of State, after flying in as President Johnson’s representative, was taken ill with a cold and Was unable 4 .^'T'U rt i\r man l o for* ctr\\7c* a K l l toFf I lin p V lat
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