CANADA AT WAR
When the dark, curly-haired young man in the slate-blue of the Royal Canadian Air Force rose from his bench in the House of Commons, some members did not recognize him. The honorable member for Vancouver North had been excused from the last three sessions because of a more pressing assignment: administrative duty with the City of Windsor Spitfire squadron, which fought in Egypt, Libya, Malta and is now in Italy. He was Flight Lieut. James Sinclair, 35, onetime Rhodes scholar, home on leave.*
Airman Sinclair had come back to warn his fellow members that they had better legislate...