OCT. 17, 1929 :
SYSTEM TO AID
Labor Government Hurdles
First Obstacle in
B<> T piled Prrt
LONDON. Oct 17.—The Labor
government of Prime Minister Ram
say MacDonald, Gushed with pre
liminary triumphs in foreign affairs,
has hurdled the first obstacle on the
home political field.
Facing disquietude because of un
solved domestic problems, the gov
ernment Wednesday exten<spd the
pension system to include more than
half a million additional windows.
It is believed that, this measure,
which merely Is an extention of the
1925 act passed by the Conservative
government, will make a country
wide appeal and tend to minimize
some of the recent bitter criticism
of the government’s inertia in solv
ing home problems.
The announcement appears to
have been timed with purpose. It
probably will alleviate increasing
discussion of the vital problem of
unemployment, which still is to ,be
solved, diverting comment, to other
Issues for the present. This would
give the government time to tackle
the unemployment question, with
out being subjected constantly to
bickering and public criticism.
Some circles assert that the series
of triumphs which Laborites have
ecored in foreign fields is beginning
to fade as a, stimulus to the public
Imagination but it is considered
likely that the pension measure will
rekindle the fires of enthusiasm
which already have swung many
voters towards the MacDonald lead
Announcement of the measure at
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Undaunted by her near-fatal
crash during the national air races
at Cleveland, Lady Mary Heath,
Irish aviatrix, and cel arte she will fly
again as soon as she recovers
Lady Heath made her first pub
lic appearance since the accident
at the Cleveland Advertising
Club's meeting this week and de
clared the care she received made
her glad ‘‘my accident happened
this time also is interpreted as 8
move to increase the votes which the
Labor party commands since the
new pension system will affect al
most 1,000,000 widows and their
IS DENIED BY
D. A. R. LEADER
■ National President Claims
Society Stands Back
: Bp T nited Prem
SPRINGFIELD. Mass, Oct. 17.
Recent charges that the D. A. R.
was used as a means of distributing
: the propaganda of W.lliam B.
Shearer, big navy advocate, have
been denied by Mrs. Lowell Fletcher
I Hobart of Cincinnati, president
| general of the national organization,
f Addressing the Massachusetts
chapter of the D. A. R. at its an
; nual fall meeting Wednesday, Mrs.
Hobart declared: “We never had
j him speak for us and never used
: any of his articles.”
She denied forcefully that the na
tional society had ever done any
thing to thwart the plans of Presi
dent Hoover for peace or for any
Mrs. Hobart admitted, however,
that she had met Shearer, and
thought that his ideas for defense
“were fine.” She repudiated him
of having any connection with the
“The D. A. R. was the first society
to indorse the Kellogg peace pact,”
she said. “We stand back of the
policies and the platform of Presi
dent Hoover and we offered him
Continental hall for the peace pro
gram meetings. Every loyal mem
ber of the D. A. R. hopes that he
will be successful in his efforts for
Builders estimate that the aver
age workman, using both hands, can
lift a weight of 236 pounds.
THE INDIANAPOLIS TIMES
The Sermon on the Mount
Matthew 5,6, 7.
(Compiled bu the Bible Guild)
Next: Theodore Bilbo, Governor of
LUTHERANS WILL MEET
CHy Walther League Will Hold
Convention on Sunday,
The City Walther League will
hold its annual convention Sunday
at 2:30 in the auditorium of the
Trinity Walther League auditorium,
Arsenal avenue and Market street.
The league is an organization of
ten societies within the Evangelical
Lutheran churches of Indianapolis.
E. L. Gallmeyer, Ft. Wayne, presi
dent of the International Walther
League, will speak.
*TWE BUSY DENTISTS
COR .WASHINGTON AND PENN.STI
USE IS URGED
Convict-Made Wares May
Be Given Tags. .
B it it * ri Prefix
WASHINGTON. Oct. 17.—“ Made
in prison” may rank along with
“Made in America” or “Made in
Germany” as a label on merchandise
if a report made recently to
commerce department by a commit
tee of penologists, ma.u: ~ . i.crs
and labor representatives is adopted.
Impelled by objections of manu
facturers to competition by prison
made goods the commerce depart
ment asked the committee to
study convict-manufactured mer
chandise and its effect on trade.
Tagging prison-made products
distinctly to identify them from
these of “free” labor was recom
mended by the committee. Two
of the members dissented from the
A ort. Given such tags, merchants
could sell “prison’ ’and ''‘free” "oods
at different prices and the buyer
could take his choice, the commit
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the Fairview Presbyterian church, at
a luncheon of the Advertising Club
in the Columbia Club today. He
analyzed the mental and human re
actions of advertising.
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