WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1947 BLYTHEV1LLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE SBVDI Price Relation FoWagesRefuled Schwellenbach Says Pay Hikes Nor Fully To Blame for HCL WASHINGTON. Dec. 3. (UP) — Secretary o( Labor Lewis B Sen- feflenbach yesterday denounced as ' 'Sjt- true" tlie claims that wage increases should Ix^ar fult responsibility for price Increases. "Consistently, since the end of I the 'War, efforts have been made to put the full responsibility for price Increases on wage increases." he told the House Banking Committee. "That Is simply not true." Schwellenbacn appeared to explain the administration's proposals to control wages in selected | industries as part of the anti- Inflation program. He said that labor will seek higher waBes unless a prompt effort is made to check high prices. He asked for creation of a special board In the Labor Department to control wages in select Industries but promised the power would be used sparingly. To back his contention that wages are not the sole factor in price increases. Schwellenbacli cited the coal contracts signed last Summer. These, he said, justified a price increase of 50 cents a ton for coal. "But they (the operators) Increased the price more than si and said It- was all wage Increase." he said. Schwellenbach also cited statistics to refute contentions that longer work hours would mean more production. Tile coal contracts lhat became effective in August, reduced working hours from wartime levels to 40 hours per week, he said. The net, effect, he continued, was exactly the same amount of prod'&ion in the long run. *^'ou can blame them (workers) for 11 or not." lit said. "It makes no difference. The records show that you produce the same with 40 or 48 hours. "There Just isn't any profit talking about increasing the number of hours they work, because they will produce Just about the same." Flvina Boxcar--Load It Now, Fly It Later Here is an ai lists coiu'optioii 01 a new design tot a [lying ou,\i:ui wiui a aeuKT.abic- tusciuge airplane to speed and tnciUlate-tiaiutlin^ uf airborne cnrgo. The port, or fuselage, could be loudcd long in advance ol iligiu and aiiiirheci to the plane before lakeoft. The dr.uwtng above shows a pod being drawn away siiorily altei jandmg. while i\vo othei pods m bubkgruuiui ore being loaded for [uture Uighi- Now uncioi cotisiuuration D> (he Air Malciicl Command ai Wright Field, Ohio, the dcsjtjn was drafted Dy the E-'atrchild Aircraft Division. Hagerstown, Md. JLowyer Refuses I To Surrender Theft Suspect CHICAGO, Dec, 3. (UP)—Counsel for Kenneth Gordon, 26, refused to H surrender him ywitrnlny 011 a w>i- •i rnnt cliHtglng trial ho rccclveit \ I Jewels stolen In nn $80,000 robbery nt IMimlnglmm. Alii., Oct. 30. Throng' 1 his liuvyei 1 , Gordon denied Implication In tlie robbery but ottered lo surrender !( Ihc^O.OW bond were reduced to »5,000, The U. S. District Attorney's olllce roused. Gordon, a (orinei Army Iteutrn- .ill, U the son of Meyer Gordon, who Is under sentence In Detroli us lie receiver ot stolon Jewelry In a theft elBhl ycnrs !>6o. He hns H|I- pcaled 11 20-yenr sentence iiml the case Is pending. A Chicago Jewelry store proprietor nncl his son, also ruTestcc! in connection with the BlrmliiRlinm robbery, were treed on $5,000 boml pending n hearing Jan. 10. They are George T. Krtckmnn and his son, George, Jr, Tony CHrloscIa, a Chicago fllllns station operator, pleaded Innocent yesterday to complicity In the robbery and was freed on $5.000 Ixiivl ponding n hearing l>ec. 9, The Jewelry wa.s taken from the store of Louis Perry In Birmingham. * WARNING OHDKR Elsie Friisrr Plaintiff vs. No. 10324 WUHnm J. Fiiiser, Defendant, In the Cluini'cry Courl, CUlcka- .snvvbn District, Mississippi County, Child* Colds To relieve miseries without dosing, rubon' Arkansu, Is hereby warned to appear within Unity days In llio civil named In Die caption hereof and answer tlio complaint of tlw pUlnlllf, Els'.e f'laser. Dated thU 2nd day of December, . ., HARVZY MOUU8, Ctert By Betty Peterson, D. Held and Roy, Attyi. lor put. • "• C&car Ft littler, Attjr, *4 Ut Heiress Kidnapped in Plot to Marry For Money But Law Provides No Aid TIJUANA Mcx., Dec. 3 (UP) — A frantic mother pleaded with the Mexican government yesterday to send troops to rescue her 15-year- old daughter who. she .said, was was: "This girl Is worth a million pesos and I want my boy to marry her. 1 do not want any ransom money." Manuel Acosta Me?.a, a Tijuana Inventory Asked On U. S Exports Lions Club Has Meeting Members ot the Lions Club helc a business meeting yesterday nooi at the Hotel Noble. No lormal pro Of Critical Goods grnm wns i"' escnlc<1 - held captive in a mountain strong-| newspaperman, flew to Macallan to " negotiate for the girl's release. But his efforts were fruitless. Maria hold by a youth who wanted lo marry her. The girl, Maria Jesus Yolanda Escobar, was heiress to a 1,000,000- peso fortune ( .200.000) and the mother refused to consent to the marriage. Senora Consuelo thy said while visiting Muzatlan. She said Maria and her three companions v;ere seized by the five sons of Na- Meza talkerl witlfMorrtn but, the old man refused to take him to see tlie girl. "I was told she was being guarded in a place out of town by fivr members of (he family—all armed." Mc- Lower California landowner. b u^, nl !cntly she s'lffcrcd on*" nn her dauehter was captured up * cl " 5tonmc j,... MnxaLlan Is a city of 40.000 population. It has only 15 policemen and Free Delivery zario Moran, 73. Maria's companions were released and they identified their abductors. swore they would bring Maria back Call PICKARD'S GROCERY Phone 2043 1014 Chickasawba none could be spared to search for the girl, Meza explained. "La\v In Mazallan is not as * we know it in Tijuana or In the United The girls said the Moran brothers states," Mem shrue&ed. "I know - " —" '-"•" "••"" *"'"'' of several killers who walk the only if Nazarlo Moran, J., 23, came with her as her fiance. Senora Capaceta refused to consent to the marriage and ottered 2,000 pesos reward for Maria's abductors. Police arrested the elder Moran on suspicion of aiding in the kidnap plot. But he was released on a j wr.il of habeas'corpus. [ Senora Capaceto then asked Gen. Jesus Arias Payan, commander of WASHINGTON. Dec. 3. (UP) — The House Interstate ComiWrce ommiltec yesterday approved a evolution demanding' ihat, the ommerce Dci>artment furnish Congress with a complete In- cntory of U- S. exports of cvltl- al goods and materials In 104T. The committee approved the re- olutlon during \n unscheduled nceting. It used as ft legislative nsls ft resolution sponsored by .ep. Karl E. Mundt, R., S. D., ailing for such an Inventory of sports to Russia and her satellites nly. Committee Chairman Charles A. Volvcrton, H-, N. J., told reporl- rs that the resolution applied to r each and every country In the world." He said he did not know vhcn it would be presented to the louse. streets known and unafraid of arrest." NOTICE OF OCCOUNTS OF KXECUTORS AND ADMINISTRATORS Fll,EI> Notice is hereby given that during the month of November, 1419 the following accounts of Executor: end Administrators have been filed lor semoment and confirmation ii the Probate Court for the Chicka the Mexican army in the Mazallan ) sawba District of Mississippi Coun area, .to send troops to rescue her ty, Arkansas and that such nc daughter. Payan awaited orders counts with their respective from Ills superiors .before taking fiiin any action. Police and friends of Moran pleaded with him to make his son return the girl, but his only reply counts with their dates are as follows: No. noo Estate of John Bensoi deceased. Final report of Neal son, Administrator filed Novembe 6, IDn. No. 1574. Estate of Gabriel Mile- Jr., deceased. Final report ol Olllve Picture your kitchen with walls like these! CIGARETTES $J47' PEB PRE-PAID (Minimum 4 Cirlttflft) Quinlily pilot upon riqutit Ordm shlpptd »•< tfiy $<pid P. 0. 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