By his own personal fiat, King Carol II dismissed last week Governor Burileanu of the National Bank of Rumania.
The great financier had attempted to send a telegram to Paris. It was not passed by the Government censor. When it was brought to Prime Minister George G. Mironescu he seized his hat, hopped into his limousine, dashed for the Royal Palace.
What was in the offending telegram was not precisely revealed; but a Government press spokesman said that it might have prevented Rumania from obtaining a French loan of $51,940,000 which she did obtain later in the week.
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