Foreign News: Cinderella

Royal favors accorded to the King's Mrs. Simpson became last week increasingly varied. A quantity of royal pots & pans, some from Buckingham Palace and others from His Majesty's suburban snuggery Fort Belvedere, were turned over to her, together with a royal housekeeper named Mrs. Mason. Also transferred to the King's favorite were the King's crack chauffeur, George Ladbrooke, complete with a discreet black Canadian Buick sedan and the King's personal bodyguard of many years, 200 lb. Chief Inspector David Storier of Scotland Yard.

Thus, although Mrs. Simpson could not be with the King...

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