National Affairs: The Chill Is Off

The presentation of a foreign Ambassador to the President of the U. S. is usually heavy business, ribboned with red-tape, bound by strictest protocol. But one day last week ribbon and tape went out the White House window when a big black limousine, tagged DPL-I, swung around the little pavement-circle before the Executive wing. Out stepped six-foot, rosy-cheeked Philip Henry Kerr (pronounced Carr), Marquess of Lothian, Lord Newbattle, Earl of Lothian, Baron Jedburgh, Earl of Ancrum, Baron Kerr of Nisbet, Baron Long-Newton and Dolphingston, Viscount of Brien, Baron Kerr of Newbattle and Baron...

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