Flags lowered for Reagan's death return to full-staff Saturday
Friday, July 2nd 2004, 7:27 pm
By: News On 6
WASHINGTON (AP) _ The nation ends its formal mourning over the death of President Reagan on Saturday, when flags lowered to half-staff can again be flown at full-staff.
President Bush ordered flags flown at half-staff for 30 days when Reagan died last month at age 93.
The lowered flags flew over days of funeral ceremonies in Washington and California.
The president's order raises U.S. flags flown over the White House, federal buildings, naval vessels, military buildings and embassies.