National Affairs: Bread-&-Butter

Tireless Alan Frederick Lascelles, acting private secretary to George VI, was kept busy last week during Their Majesties' home-bound tour of New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, Nova Scotia and

Newfoundland, writing bread-&-butter letters to their U. S. hosts. King George, of course, addressed President Franklin in person:

"The kindness shown to us personally by you both was endorsed by your fellow countrymen and countrywomen with a cordiality that has stirred our hearts.

"In Washington, in New York and, indeed, wherever we have been in the United States, we have been accorded a reception of which...

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