Foreign News: P. G.'s Letter

The ablest jazz pianist in the British royal family is H. R. H. the Duke of Kent, known in the giddier portions of Mayfair as "P. G." (Prince George). In solemn mood Pianist "P. G." went to Edinburgh last week to represent his father as Lord High Commissioner to the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland. Completely surrounded by Presbyterians, he sat soberly on the speakers' platform while the Clerk of the Assembly, the elderly Rev. James Taylor Cox, rose to read King George's message, a letter that had arrived by King's Messenger with a number of others from Buckingham...

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