EAST AFRICA: Visit of Wales

Edward of Wales and his brother, Henry, Duke of Gloucester, were greeted in Kenya, East Africa, last week by naked painted savages who welcomed the royal "goodwill" visitors with brandishing of spears, and ululation. Other natives donned "store clothes" and sang "God Save the King" impressively but nearly unrecognizably.

The Prince stayed at the official home of Sir Edward W. M. Grigg, Governor of Kenya, over which presides Arabella, a pet crane.

Royal entertainments were a midnight hunt for "wildebeest,f and golf games. Observers noted that Edward of Wales, not a proficient or enthusiastic golfer, has been trying to improve his game....

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