GREAT BRITAIN: First Son of a Son

In London one midnight last week two cars pulled up before the brightly lighted house at No. 3 Belgrave Square. Out stepped two famed obstetricians, one famed anesthetist. Inside they were met by King-Emperor George V's youngest son George, Duke of Kent, Earl of St. Andrews, Baron Downpatrick, in a fine state of nerves. Upstairs they found Nurse Louise Roberts and Nurse Ethel Smith, a bucktoothed, grey-haired favorite of the Greek royal family who had just taken a "refresher course" at St. Christopher's Nursery Training College. After eleven months of wedlock George's...

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