Shops and Public Libraries already know their market for these annual collections of Prime Minister Churchill's speeches, papers, public statements. Their vitality is extraordinary. One hears him speak -- over the air; one reads the speech for subtleties and overtones, in the next day's paper -- and yet -- in bookform -- again one car et much that is worthwhile in reading through the year, dovetailing one into the other. Of course, many of the speeches and papers and were not previously available to the American public. They form an important part of contemporary historical records -- from one of the world's great leaders. Calendars of events, notes, etc. add to their interest.