Franklin Roosevelt worked away on his timetable last week, trying to anticipate the future. His main object, like any citizen's trying to figure out a household budget, was not to be taken by surprise. Some of the important dates on his calendar of events ahead, ringed in red: > April 19: Anglo-American conference on refugees starts in Bermuda.
> April 26: The six-year-old Guffey Coal Act, which outlawed price-cutting on bituminous coal, expires.
> April 27 : The United Nations monetary conference opens in Washington.
> May 1: Date of the present deadline...