CANADA: Helping Hand

When Canada's official guests, the Winston Churchills, detrained at Quebec, Prime Minister and Official Host William Lyon Mackenzie King greeted them. Next day, just before the Anglo-Canadian conference, Winston Churchill good-naturedly fussed over posing for cameramen. On his right hand he put smiling Mackenzie King. Around that centerpiece he clustered the Canadian Cabinet War Committee. He said: "They want me to shake hands with a Minister," then reached out to grasp the hand of Air Minister C. G. Power.

After a three-hour parley in historic Chateau Frontenac, Prime Ministers Churchill and King drove to the moated, ivy-draped Citadel for...

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