People, Sep. 28, 1953

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Still energetically sightseeing in the sixth month of his world tour, Japan's 19-year-old Crown Prince Akihito moved up the Atlantic seaboard after his week in Washington and Williamsburg, Va. He toured Philadelphia (his hostess-guide: Mrs. Elizabeth Gray Vining, once his tutor in Tokyo), took the Pennsylvania Turnpike at 75 m.p.h.. and, at the R.C.A. laboratory in Princeton, N.J., watched color television and inspected the egg of a sea urchin (magnified 10,000 times by an electron microscope). In New York the Prince turned up at...

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