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LEARNING FROM AN EXPERT—Sergt. Del Benthall of the Army Air Forces at Boiling Field,
gives instructions on how to build the model speed plane he designed to (left to right) flobert
White, 8, of 1700 Β street SE.; George Thomas, 11, 246 Eleventh street SE.; Bruce Pettepher,
11, 1109 C street S.E., and William Hessey, 16, 1620 G street SE., shown at the saw. The boys
last night attended the first session of the model plane class at the Boys'Club of Washington,
Seventeenth and Massachusetts avenue S.E. —Star Staff Photo
Session on Pan American
Health Opens Tomorrow
Dr. Thomas A. Parran, surgeon
general of the United State Public
Health Service, will head partici
pants in a semiannual meeting of
the Executive Committee of the
Pan American Sanitary Bureau at
0 am. tomorrow at the Pan Ameri
can Union Building.
Representatives from six nations
will take part in the discussions,
which will include plans for reor
ganization of the bureau—official
public health organization of the
American republics.
Plans for a new constitution and
a tentative budget also will be dis
cussed.
Road deaths in South Africa have
risen to 23 to every 100,000 persons.
Càrdozo Student
V/ins Prize for
Design of Seal
THE PRIZE-WINNING SEAL.
Miss Lillian Thompson, 16, col
ored, a student at Cardozo High
School, yesterday was named win
ner of the District contest for a
design for the 1049 Easter Seal.
Her entry will be submitted In
the national contest sponsored by
the National Society for Crippled
Children and Adults. A prize of
$35 was given to Miss Thompson by
the District chapter of the society.
She is the daughter of Mrs. Rosie
Thompson, 1116 Third street N.W.
Other winners were Jerry B.
Dixon, 18, colored,· of 950 Twenty
sixth street N.W., also a student at
Cardozo High School, second prize
οι »io, ana miss Eûitn mm Meiie,
17, of 1400 Good Hope road S.E., of
Chamberlain High School, third
prize of $5.
Forty-nine high school students
entered designs in the city-wide
contest. Judges 'were Miss Claire
Fawcett, «311 Thirty-second street
N.W.; Miss Janice Holland, 3508
Morrison street N.W., and Mise Lois
Β. Jones, 2401 Sixth street N.W.
The contest Is held annually and
the winner over the United States
is awarded $500. The winning de
sign is used on the Easter Seal.
Rodeo to Open Saturday
For 9 Days at Uline Arena
The "wild and wooly West" comes
to Washington this week when the
Col. Jim Eslcew Rodeo opens its
nine-day show at the Uline Arena,
Third and M streets N.E. on Satur
day.
About 150 of the country's out
standing cowboys will compete for
prize money. Specialty acts which
feature Ted Allen, champion horse
shoe pitcher, and the Shooting
Mansfields, champion rifle marks
men, as well as a contingent of
cowgirls, are Included in the show
this year.
A special benefit performance will
be given for the underprivileged
children of Washington the open
ing day of the show. Children from
! St. Vincent's Orphange, the Episco
; pal Home for Children, the Na
! tional Training School and the
: Police Boys' Club have been in
i vlted.
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Justice Legion Post Votes
$500 Fund to Aid Boys
The Justice Department Post, No
41, American Legion, has voted tc
put $500 into a fund to aid "six <n
eight" boys at the National Training
School for Boys, Curtis Shears, com·
mander of the post, said yesterday.
Mr. Shears said the move is the
first step in a District Legion plan
to have posts help boys of the school
get settled in the community and in
some cases to provide for their edu
cation after they leave the Institu
tion.
The post also hopes to get permis
sion to take boys away from the
school for recreational programs,
Women's posts hope to sponsor the
same sort of programs for those at
the National Training School foi
Girls.
Oil Company Wins Round
Of Tank Car Litigation
In what is considered an im
partent tost cue, the Phillips
Petroleum Co. of ButtesvUk, Okie
yesterday won a round in its District
Court fight to keep more than 180
railroad high-pressure tank cars
tor transporting liquified petroleum
gas.
In a recent suit the company
brought action naming the director
of the Office of Defense Transporta
tion, J. M. Johnson, as defendant,
seeking to restrain the Government
from carrying out an allocation
order by the Office of Defense Trans
portation. Under the order the com
pany would be allowed only some
24 of the cars, it was said. Others,
counsel argued, would go to com
peting shippers.
Yesterday, Justice David A. Pine
continued in effect a temporary re
straining order permitting the com
peny to keep an the can pending
a bearing on the question of an in
junction set for Monday.
The company, through counsel,
claims that the allocation order ii
unauthorized under the Second War
Powers Act. Government counsel
claims the so-called decontrol act
of last March does not take away
the Government's authority to al
locate the cars.
Pediatricians of 17
Countries to Meet
The children of the Western
Hemisphere will be the chief topic
of discussion when pediatricians
from Latin America compare notes
with their United States colleagues
here at a convention, sponsored by
the Pan American Congress, from
July 9 to 12.
More than 500 pediatricians, rep
resenting 17 countries, and several
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