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    The Royal Family visits South Africa

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    SLATE INFORMATION: The King Opens South African Parliament

    SOUTH AFRICA: Simonstown:

    PRINCESS ELIZABETH Receiving gifts of flowers from school children at Simonstown.. Watching King and Queen opening 9th South African Parliament from a balcony. Going aboard the Royal Train

    QUEEN ELIZABETH Receiving gifts of flower from scholchildren at Simonstown .Sitting on left hand of King when sitting on throne and opening 9th S. African Parliament . Saying goodbye to the Smuts before entering train for visits.

    GEORGE VI Visits Simonstown where schoolchildren make gifts of flower for Queen and Princesses. Arriving at Senate House to open S. African Parliament. Sitting on throne with Queen on his left. Later, entering royal train and saying good-bye to Smuts before starting tour

    RAILWAYS King and Queen entering the Royal Train after bidding good-bye to F-M Smuts

    ROYAL TOURS - SOUTH AFRICA Royal Family go to Simonstown where schoolchildren's representatives bring gifts of flowers to them. Arrive at Senate House to open 4th session of 9th A. African Parliament. King presides in person. Sitting on the throne with the Queen on his left. Starting on their long journey in the Royal Train saying good-bye to Smuts

    SMUTS Bidding farewell to King, Queen and Princesses before they enter Royal Train to commence tour

    SOUTH AFRICA King and Queen open 9th S. African Parliament. Sitting on throne with Queen on his left. King makes a speech. Entering royal train for journeys. Queen and Princesses receive flowers from schoolchildren at Simonstown

    Africa, king, Queen, train, ceremony, holiday
    Background: The Royal Family visits South Africa

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    Reuters - Gaumont British Newsreel
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