Africa: Arise & Shine . . .

The weather in his native Natal is usually mild and sunny this time of year, but as Albert John Luthuli strolled along the streets of Oslo last week in a temperature of 14° F., an inner glow kept him comfortable. Said South Africa's Luthuli. the former Zulu chief who was in Oslo to receive the delayed 1960 Nobel Peace Prize: "I do not feel the cold because I am meeting so many warmhearted people."

Admirers sent dozens of gifts to his three-room hotel suite, about the same size as the tin-roofed, concrete-block bungalow back home in Groutville to which the Verwoerd...

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