413 Mr John Curtin, Prime Minister, to Mr Winston Churchill, U.K. Prime Minister
Cablegram Johcu 26  CANBERRA, n.d.
MOST IMMEDIATE MOST SECRET AND PERSONAL
Your telegram No. 12. 
We have the same view of Casey  as yourself. Our whole purpose
is that in view of Evatt's  almost due arrival Washington we
greatly hope Casey will be there as that conjunction invaluable.
That is full extent our demurrer. Casey has never intimated to me
any desire for change but we would not stand in way your desire.
We should hope however Casey stays long enough to meet Evatt and
thus accomplish our desires. 
[PRO:DO 35/1009, i]