Foreign News: New In; Old Out

In his elegant Paris law office young Count René de Chambrun, son of the French Ambassador to Italy, swiveled around last week to face a reporter. "Miss Elsa Sittell is very religious," said he. "She was once a choir singer in a Bronx Catholic church. She is very conscientious and it is her habit to say what she thinks. She is of a nervous temperament. "We are doing everything we can." continued Count René. "I have appealed to the French Foreign Office and to the American Ambassador."

Intending to surprise her German parents, whom...

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