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August 14, 1932 - Image 3

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Mayor Walker in Albany:to Face Ouster Charges

Press Urges the
Declaration of
Irish Liberty
Orgw.a Sek Action by

DUBLIN. Au. l1 'e-Eamon de
Valera, prsident of the Free State,
was beleaguered from two sides today
to decI, e the independence of a
republic of lrel...d.
The An Phoblaciht, organ of the
Irish Republican rry. an unofficial
onranization which demands inde-
pendence, said in an editorial headed
"An Empiatis Answer to de Valera"
that the mntro abolition of the oath
of al lCgia;e to King George would
not alter tle Republican position.
"The irish Republican army," the
editorial continued, "has entered a
solemn com.ct to guard and defend
the Irish republic against all enemies,
foreign and domestic, and it cannot
lay down its arms or rest until the
republic is a reality."
At the same time the newspaper
United Irishman, organ of former
President William T. Cosgrave, Con-
oo tlines servative leader, attacked de Valera
as acting illogically in not declaring
a republic.
iOlo'Cagy Such a procedure it said, "Would
certainly be damaging, but would
Sum m er Work probably be less so that de Valera's
policy of governing the Free State
by a sort of conspiracy with the Irish
Republican army."
Directory Shows Wide Both incidents followed the an-
p of Station's - nouncement Thursday of an organi-
i ration known as the Free State
search Projects Comrades' association, which was
considered in some quarters'to be op-
The University's staff at the Bio- posed to the Republican army.


logical station at Cheboygan, in
northern Michigan, has issued a re-
search directory giving the wide va-
riety of work done during the sum-
mer months.
Included in the list of projects are:
The habits and life histories of
the common local snakes by F. N.
Blanchard; the life history of the
brook lamphrey by C. W. Creaser;
a further study of the distribution
and migration of certain limnetic
animals in Douglas lake by Frank E.
Eggleston; a limnological survey of
Munro lake, by Frank E. Eggleston;
the parasites of the salamander by
Otto F. Gursch.
Continuation of floristic survey of
Emmet and Cheboygan counties by
J. H. Ehlers; Continuation study of
the biology and morphology of No-
tonecta; studies on intercalary mer-
istems by Carl D. LaRue; the breed-
ing habits of the spotted sandpiper,
by Theodora Nelson; biology of Nepa,
a continuation of Dr. Hungerford's
work in 1931, by J. O. Nottingham.

Spanish Deputies
Urge Deportation
Of All. Monarchists
SEVILLE, Spain, Aug. 13.-(A')-
Seville's deputies to the national as-
sembly and the councilmen decided
today to petition the governmnet to
deport all members of monarchist or-
ganizations as a result of last
Wednesday's abortive monarchist re-
They also asked for the dissolu-
tion of the Seville Academy of fine
arts, the Noblemen's Riding club and
all other organizations of a mon-
archist tendency.
Gen. Jose Sanjurjo, leader of the
revolt, was transferred to a military
prison at Madrid to await trial for
treason. Some factions demanded he
be put to death, but there were in-
dications his fate would not be so


A band, aerial bombs and cheering thousands greeted Mayor
James J. Walker of New York when he arrived in Albany to face Gover-
nor Roosevelt and fight for his nolitical life. At the right above he is
shown as he _ushed through the crowd that gathered to greet him. At
the top left, the 5,000 spectators who were on hand to welcome the
Mayor are shown swarming around his automobile. Below, he is seen
with his wife, after his arrival in Albany.

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