GREAT BRITAIN: Labor's Week

Square-jawed Stanley Baldwin in a billowing grey ulster and a bullet-hard bowler hat motored to Windsor Castle early last week to kiss the King's hand, resign as Prime Minister of Great Britain. Waiting at the palace door to receive him was the King's equerry and grouse-shooting friend, Col. Sir Clive Wigram, and King George's favorite grandchild, little Princess Elizabeth, soberly staring over the top of her perambulator. Stanley Baldwin bowed solemnly to "P'incess Lilybet," who continued to stare, and entered the palace. For half an...

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