Millions of U. S. Citizens read last week Funnyman Will Rogers' account of the opening of Britain's Parliament (see above). Wrote Mr. Rogers:
". . . But get this one. I think the King furnished his quota of humor with the following :
'My relations with China are friendly and I have despatched warships there to express my good feeling. . . . ' This shows why Kings don't have jesters any more. They don't need 'em."
Some U. S. citizens realized that labored Funnyman Rogers had manufactured his jest by putting words in the mouth...