Foreign News: Lotterist Lucy

Before her husband's political onslaught of last week, Mrs. Stanley Baldwin, a comfortable home body and next to Royalty the outstanding bazaar-opener of the Realm, admitted that she had again held a winning ticket in a charity lottery.

Mrs. Baldwin's prize: One quart ot milk per day for three months.

Mrs. Baldwin's most notable previous lottery coup (TIME, Jan. 21, 1929): for sixpence she bought the right to guess the names of a boy and a girl doll: guessed "Stanley" and "Lucy" (her husband's name and her own), won the dolls which had been thus...

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