GREAT BRITAIN: Moyne for Lloyd

Death came last week to the Colonial Secretary and Conservative Leader in the House of Lords, Baron Lloyd. Following a chill, he lay ill three weeks under the care of the King's physician, Lord Horder. Not until he died was it revealed that the 61-year-old Baron had flown repeatedly over Germany as a bomber navigator. A friend guessed that Lord Lloyd's death might have been hastened by an old infection from which Lloyd suffered during World War I while serving with Lawrence in Arabia. Prime Minister Winston Churchill named Brewery Scion Walter Edward Guinness, first Baron Moyne, to succeed Lloyd...

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