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April 02, 1932 - Image 2

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The Michigan Daily, 1932-04-02

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The new cabinet of President Eamon de Valera of Ireland is shown together in one of its first meetings
after the defeat of the Cosgrave administration. Seated, left to right: F. Aiken, minister for defense; P. J.
Ruttledge, lands and fisheries; President de Valera; Dr. James Ryan, agricultuire; Tom Derrig, education;
James Geoghegan, K. C. justice. Standing, left to right: Sean McEntee, finance; Sean T. O'Kelley, vice-
president and local government and public health; S. J. Connelly, posts and telegraphs; Sean Lemass, in-
dustry and commerce; and G. Boland, Fianna Fail, ch ief whip.
[01101P\ H I IP German Socialists Pin Hopes on Iindenburg,
Once Foe of Party;,Faces New Test April 10
9L .BERLIN, April 1.--(A)--Germany's( parties of the right were at their
140,000,000voters, trooping to the wits' end for a candidate to combat
polls on April 10 for their second i the swing toward radicalism.
Rep. Vestal, Indiana, Succumbs presidential ballot of 1932, will, if The, second ballot, taken, April
to Heart Disease in they repeat history and give at least 26, 1925, gave Hindenburg 14,655,-
Naval Hospital. a plurality to Paul von Hindenburg, 766; Marx, 13,751,615, and Ernst
set a stamp of political approval Thaelmann, the communist candi-
upon a career that for more than date, 1,931,151. A plurality being
WASHINGTON, April 1. - (A') - half a century was almost entirely sufficient on the second voting, the
Rep. Albert H. Vestal, of Indiana, military. ex-war horse was winner by 904,151
the Republican Whip of the House, That a man born in Prussian votes.
died of heart disease today in the junkerism and trained through 'Europe, especially France, was
youth, middle age and full matur- stunned. There were dire predic-
Naval Hospital. ity in the precepts of that cult tions that Germany would head
Vestal was born Jan. 18, 1875, on should, at the age of 84, become the back toward monarchism, that the
a farm in Madison County, Ind. He hope of German socialism is one treaty of Versailles would be re-
was a graduate of Valparaiso Uni- of the strangest developments of pudiated; that the Dawes plan,
versity and was admitted to the bar the distressed post-war world, then in its second year, would be
when only 21 years old. He was especially since it took place within I wrecked.
prosecuting attorney of the 50th the short space of seven years.
judicial circuit, in Indiana, from He had been brought out of re-__
1900 to 1904. A widow and .two chil- tirement by the earnest solicitation
dren survive, of the fatherland's extreme na-



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