No corrections yet
End of 18,000 Miles Tour of South America LONDON, April 29.
The Prince of Wales and Prince George this morning flew from lie Bour- get, Paris, in the giant air liner City of Glasgow, and landed in Windsor
great park at 1.15 pjn. The landing, which, at the request of the Prince of Wales, was entirely without cere mony, marked the end of an 18,000 miles journey the Princes have made since leaving; England <m January 15 to tour South America. Head winds were encountered on the flight from Paris, and the plane was delayed 40 minutes. Two Royal Air Porce flying boats escorted the City of Glasgow across the Channel, and on reaching the English coast Royal Air Force squadrons cook over the escort duties. The Duke of York met his brothers when they landed on Smith's lawn, and motored with them io Windsor Castie, where the King and Queen affection ately greeted their sons. Later the King presided at a family dinner party at the casile, where the Princes were the guests of honor.