People: Jun. 14, 1937

"Names make news." Last week these names made this news:

After mature deliberation Sir Stanley Baldwin, K. G. announced that his new title would be the Earl Baldwin, Viscount Corvedale and not Bewdley as most Britons had expected. Bewdley, the district in Worcestershire which Stanley Baldwin represented continuously in Parliament since 1908, was closely connected in the minds of British cartoonists with the pigs Squire Baldwin has long raised there. To bear the courtesy title of Viscount Corvedale at once is Earl Baldwin's Laborite Son Oliver who remains, until his father's death, eligible for...

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