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SHOELESS PRINCESS — Princess Elizabeth of G re Eft Britain
(left) «tood in her stockings with Princess Margaret Rose (cen
ter) after lending her-shoes to her mother, who damaged her
own while climbing to the grave of Cecil Rhodes, empire builder,
at Matopos, South Africa. The woman at right is unidentified.
_. _—AP Wirephoto.
Students to Give Play
“Junior Miss” will be presented by
the Greenbelt High School Dra
matics Club at 8 p.m. Wednesday
and next Thursday in the Elemen
tary School Auditorium.
Argentina May Begin
Big Steel Program
By th« Associated Press
BUENOS AIRES, April 24.—Trade
circles here say the government of
President Juan D. Peron is plan
ning to develop its program of build
ing up Argentine industry by in
vesting $100,000,000 in the creation
of steel plants.
Within a week, these circles pre
dict, the Argentine Senate will ap
prove a bill authorizing the crea
tion of a primary plant for the man
ufacture of bar steel, at an esti
mated cost of $60,000,000.
Following this, the government is
expected to draw a contract for the
construction of a secondary plant
for the manufacture of sheet steel
and tin plate, estimated to cost
$40,000,000.
It is reported that both plants
will be built near Rosario, Argen
tina’s second largest city, an im
portant river port 200 miles north
west of Buenos 4ires.
Dr. Chew Gives Lecture
In Shakespeare Program
Hie Seven Ages of Man, as pre
sented in the play “As You Like It,”
were discussed last night by Dr.
Samuel C. Chew, author and pro
fessor of English literature at Byrn
Mawr College, on a program mark
ing the 383d anniversary of the birth
of William Shakespeare.
The talk, entitled “This Strange.
Eventful History,” was given in
Folger Library; before a group of
listeners which filled the library's i
auditorium. Because of its limited
seating capacity, admission was by
invitation only.
The lecture was illustrated with’
lantern slides of medieval and renais-1
sance paintings and pictures. Fol
lowing the address, a reception for
Dr. Chew was held in the reading
room of the library.
Giving up gold mining because of
high costs, a gold miner in New
Guinea is now making a fortune as
a scent maker. _^
Two Held for Action
In D. C. Traffic Deaths
A coroner’s jury considering two
fatal automobile accidents yesterday
held one man for action by the
grand jury, and a 17-year-old boy
for action by the Juvenile Court.
Joseph P. Touma, 39, of 4313 Kan
sas avenue N.W., was held for the
grand jury. He was driver of a taxi
cab which police said fatally Injured
Joe Basile, 57, of 800 Mount Vernon
place N.W. in an accident at
Eleventh and K streets N.W. last
Sunday.
According to police, Mr. Touma’s
cab struck Basile after colliding with
another taxi driven by Prankford
Coker, 35, colored, of 1730 Seven
teenth street N.W. Basile was
dragged 30 feet before the taxi
crashed into a tree, police said.
Basile was named on Monday in
an indictment accusing him of re
ceiving $1,100 as purchase payments
on property at Oxon Hill. Md., which
he had falsely stated that he owned.
At its second hearing, the cor
oner’s jury held Thomas A. Gorman,
jr„ of 2801 South Columbus street,
Arlington, for Juvenile Court ac
tion. According to testimony he was
driving an automibile which collided
on March 28 with a car driven by
Sergt. Gillis C. Traylor, 29, of 404
Seventh street N.E. Harvey E. Long,
34, colored, of 116 B street 8£.t who
was riding with Sergt. Traylor, died
at Casualty Hospital April 2 of in
juries suffered in the accident. Young
Gorman had been charged with
reckless driving and manslaughter.
Marlboro 4-H Club to Aid
In Planting 5,000 Trees
Hie Marlboro 4-H Club today win
help the Maryland State Soil Con
servation Service plant 5,000 trees hi
a reforestation project on the fund
of Mrs. Margaret Miller, between
Ritchie and Upper Marlboro.
P. E. Clark, Prince Georges County
agent, said the boys have volun
teered in order to save critical labor
now needed on county farms.
Hie Marlboro club consists of 15
boys. AU win assist In the tree
planting project.
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