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CLAIM FOR BACK Says Roosevelt Dictated Statement Urging Him for Permanent Chairman. Gov. Franklin D. Roosevelt dictated r written statement recommending Jouett Shouse ot Kansas for the post of permanent chairman at the Nation al Democratic Convention this month, Mr. Shouse reiterated yesterday in re ply to the published statement the Roosevelt campaign forces would seek to place Senator Walsh of Montana in the position of honor. While Mr. Shouse admitted "there may be authors cf resolutions who do not expect to be bound by them, lie intimated he considered Gov. Roose velt’s statement a binding agreement. Says He Has Document. Mr. s'.reuse said lie has in hit pos session a document dictated by RiOce veit to Robert Jackson, secretary cf the National Democratic Executive Committee, during a telephone conver sation between Chicago and New York alter a meeting of the Democratic Committee on Arrangements in the for mer city April 4. When the announcement was first made that Roosevelt's managers would support Walsh for the chairmanship. Mr. Shouse called attention to the dic tated resolution. Jackson Bernes i;?pon. Mr. Jackson promptly issued a state ment saying. "I cannot b?li vc Mr. Shells? deliberately intended to convey that idea. • The only document of any kind which I gave Mr. Shouse was a copy of the resolution as adopted and that contained no inference, direct or indirect, of its approval by Gov. Roose velt.” Replying to Jackson's statement, Mr. Shouse said that he had held a con ference with seme of Roosevelt's friends in Chicago in April, at Jackson's sug gestion. Gov. arry F, Byrd attended the session and suggested that Senator Barkley be recommended by unanimous vote for temporary chairman of the convention if Shouse were recommended similarly for permanent chairman, the Shouse statement avers. • ■ ■ • Nearly $2,000,000 is being spent in the construction of buildings in Buenos Aires. Argentina. Parachute Juniper DESCENT TO FEATURE AIR PORT PROGRAM. MRS. RIBY HARRELL. PLAN CHURCH INSTITUTE By a Staff Correspondent of The Star. ARLINGTON, Va.. June 9.—Ah in stitute for vacation church workers will bo held in the Arlington Presby terian Church tomorrow by the Ar lirgion-Fairfax Council of Religious Education The programs will Include addresses by experienced vacation school leaders, departmental (conferences for beginners an.1 primary and junior workers, led by Mi«s Bernice Huff of Washington. Mrs. R. E. Mitchell of Cherrydale and Miss Armstrong of Baltimore and a loiuid-table discussion led by Rev. E. O. Clark of Washington. - . ... -m ■ - - Death Toll Decreases. For the first time in a decade the annual toll of deaths due to street acci dents in Great Britain is lower than In the preceding year. There was an in crease in the number of persons in jured. but fatalities decreased by more than 600. The figures for 1931 were 6 685 killed and 202,147 injured, as against 7,306 killed and 177,895 injured in 1930. WOMAN TO MAKE LEAPS FROM PLANE Two l,OCO-Foot Delayed Jumps to Mark Greater National Cap ital Air Program. ____ * Two 1,000-foot delayed parachute Jumps from an airplane flying over Washington-Hoover Airport will be made Sunday by Mrs. Ruby Harrell of Baltimore as a feature of the Greater National Capital day program being ar ranged to take place at the airport. At 12:30 o'clock Mrs. Harrell will “step off” from an altitude of 3,000 feet for her fifty-sixlh delayed parachute Jump. At 5 o’clock the same day the will jump from a height of 4.000 feet. The program, arranged for the bene fit of the Greater National Capital Com mittee of the Washington Board of Trade, will begin at 11 a.m. Sunday with a demonstration of the "phantom car,” which is operated by remote con trol. At 2 o'clock, swimming and driving contests vvil be staged at the Airport Pool. Another demonstration of the “phantom car" will take place at 4:15 p.m. Bud Stickler, one of the few licensed glider acrobats, will perform a series of stunts, including execution of a "locp the-loop” with a glider, commencing at 5:45 o'clock. A beauty contest will be held at the Airport Pool at 7:15 o’clock. PHILIPPINES’ BUDGET REDUCED 40 PER CENT Bureau of Education Appropria tion Is Slashed From 15,966,893 Pesos to 11,172,045. By the Associated Press. MANILA, June 9.—The Legislative Committee planning government reor ganization today set the 1933 budget at 34,941,930 pesos, a 40 per cent cut under the 1932 figure which was 55, 050,310 pesos. The greatest reduction was made in i the Bureau of Education appropriation which was cut from 15,969,993 pesos to 11,172,045 pesos. The Bureau of Health was cut from 3.726,117 pesos to 2,607.151 and the Philippine constabu lary from 4,706.274 to 3.292,963. The budget is subject to action bv Gov. Gen. Theodore Roosevelt, but it has been approved by the department secretaries concerned. Reductions planned by the committee are in line with policies enunciated by Gov. Roosevelt. GOLD STRIKE REPORTED HAZELTON, British Columbia, June 9 i/Pi.—The five Detroit flying boats en loute from Edmonton to Seurvey Creek to investigate a reported gold strike there rested on the Skeena River here today. They arrived last night from Prince George. On their ■ way the flyers stopped at Burns Lake for two hours. The party will remain here for two days before continuing north. • Style Center for Washington Men M ASK ABOUT the TEN PAT CHART,I PLAN Summer has given Men’s Style the Cool Shoulder B I - S V/ I N G No, no—don’ get uj wrong . . . wrt u«e the word ''cool" to describe the new comfortable inverted pleat that reachei from each ihoulder to the half-belted bach. LINEN SUITS.\ #15 evxDsmm 1325 F STREET CONSERVATIVES SEE LA FOLLETTE DEFEAT End of “Dynasty” Forecast as Kohler Is Selected to Hun Against Governor. By the Associated Press. MADISON, Wis , June 9.—Jubilant over harmony in the State Conserva tive Republican Convention here, party leaders today said they were convinced the candidates indorsed would be elected “to end the La Follette dynasty” in Wisconsin. The convention yesterday chose for mer Gov. Walter J. Kohler to oppose Gov. Philip F. La Follette, Progressive Republican, in the primary, and John B. Chappie, youthful Ashland editor, to run against the veteran Progressive Senator, John J. Blaine. Kohler was drafted. He had stated repeatedly in the past that he was not a candidate. But yesterday in answer to a telegram from delegates, he said he would make the race if "there is an undirected and genuine sentiment that I run.’.’ Gov. La Follette went into office two years ago by defeating Kohler. 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