Planning Ahead

Within three or four weeks Franklin Roosevelt may be in London.

The President gave a hint of this last week at his press conference. A correspondent, remembering Mr. Roosevelt's plan to confer with Winston Churchill "about" every three months, asked if he hoped to see the Prime Minister soon. Oh yes, the President replied, he hoped to, either in summer—or autumn—or late spring. "What about winter?" the correspondent asked. Fianklin Roosevelt replied that he did not like the North lantic in winter.

The New York Times's Turner Catledge seized on the President's remark...

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