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PICTURE OF PRINCESS
"WOULD HAVE ANGERED
í PARIS, May S (AJLP.)^
The police teat night seised I copies of s> French Sunday
paper, because lt contained a i pictnre. ol Princess Margaret ! in batting costóme on the
j Isle et Capri.
: Inspector Finault, of the Paris ! Prefecture, ordered the seizures because the pictures "would have angered the King of a great and friendly country." The paper, I "France Dimanche," bearing the Sunday date line, appears on Mon- days. It will be allowed to ap- pear without the photographs. ¡"France Dimanche" later issued a communique protesting against "such an attack on* the liberty ot
BAU, XS ROME.
The "Daily Mail" correspondent in Rome says that most of Rome's 'best families attended a crowded charity "Ball of the Ribbons" at .the.. Gallery .of Modern Art in Rome last night; but there, were, only two white ties. and tails in the place. The full dress belonged to Princess Margaret's two Scot- land Tard detectives, who have upheld the best traditions of Eng- lish tailoring throughout the tour. The princess, barons and counts, all wore black informal ties.
When Princess Margaret ar- rived at the ball the' crush was terrific. Her table was guarded by two white-tied detectives, and Italians, who sometimes linked hands to keep the fashionable crowd back.
BAIN SETS IN.
Heavy rain forced Princess Margaret to call off a sightseeing tour of Rome this afternoon. In- stead, the Princess spent th« afternoon at the British Embassy. She was due to call at the Can- adian Embassy before dinner, and to spend the rest of the eveninf