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     For delivery to Press and Radio at 0900 E.S.T. on Thursday August 14.
Quote     The President of the United States and the Prime Minister, Mr. Churchill, representing His
Majesty's Government in the United Kingdom, have met at sea.
     They have been accompanied by officials of their two Governments, including
high-ranking officers of their Military, Naval and Air  Services.
     The whole problem of the supply of munitions of war, as provided by the Lease-Lend Act,
for the armed forces of the United States and for those countries actively engaged in resisting
aggression has been further examined.
       Lord Beaverbrook, the Minister of Supply of the British Government, has joined in these
conferences. He is going to proceed to Washington to discuss further details with appropriate
officials of the United States Government. Theee conferences will also cover the supply problems
of the Soviet Union. [END PART ONE//]
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