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Abilene Morning Reporter News (Newspaper) - May 24, 1931, Abilene, Texas In Poke's A Tax Sus profits; t 5- Determination o workman; the other is moral de- rangements between' graaauon of both employers end 1 labor employes. Catholic Church's Chart of Labor is Given World; on Simple Justice and Man's Right to Earn Enough to Keep Family Happy (By the Associated Press) CITY, CatfeoHc church's new chart of tabor was given to the world today by Pope Pius XI, who based It on the premise of plain, simple justice and of man's right to earn enough to keep his family nappy. Championing this righi the pope emphatically condemned "economic dictatorship- degradation of the state by moneyed Interests, the present economic Me wnich he described as "hard, cruel and relentless in rnasfly and socialism and communism, ,Thr pontiff said that two evils business''! rise from modern. Industrialism.' i One is economic abasement of the; mutual ar- capltal and. according. to the laws of f strictest justice suonorted bv Chris- His mmd shudders, he set out, as tion charity. j peril to_ which the j For the'second evil his holiness f morals of workers and tne virtue of i I and women are exposed in j 1. and sincere return! to the teaching of gospel" 2i Ciiarity which will bring about ita iinioh of hearts and minds of 1. A livingwage whicn enables a j the different classes- roan to keep his family and have j: of .VJay r among employers andemployes. 2. Better distribution of wealth; The pontiffs 20.000 word encycli- JJ, Limiting free, competition and jcal excoriated- spectators and cor- still more economic domination; 1 4 _ _ -X if heat Nations Favor Acreage Cii BiTorced oy his fourth wife in Paris a few weeks ago, Ralph Barton, famous artist and cari- "catnrist and man of many loves, took his own life with a pistol in his elaborate JSew York pent? house. Barton was eactraoirdi-- oarfly snccessfnl in the world of art but not so successful in his of the heart. modem factories.' first evil the pope recom- Clearing House for infor- mation on Grain Grow- ing industry to Be Es- tablished MAN OF GUN IN GEM THEFT SHOT WOUND CBy Associated ?ress) LONDON, May 23 j esDortiiig' nations of the world i followed closely the lines Dro- j posed hy the United States in jits nnanimons decision today before to establish a clearin.s: house for informa- tion on the grain growing- in-! dustry and "restrict wheat' production wherever possible.'' Eeduction at Source Reduction of- acreage i at ;i the 1 1 chief ..-.offered.' States prpb- Man at Fort In Second Trial Ends Life on of His Home of; the- conference, Kelvie, member .of
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