FACT TEN BLYTHEVILI.E (ARK.V COURIER NKWS Six Are Indkfed In Robeson Riot : 1 < On* it Son of Police | Chief of Town Near > Sctn« of Disturbance ' WHITE PLAINS. N.Y.. Sept. 22— WV--A police chief's son and five &th«r young men were under in- dicImHHs today In collection with violence which followed a Paul fa'orsoa concert Sept. 4. ; They allegedly were among roadside hecklers who stoned the concert crowd leading the left-wing ffegro singer's perfr -ance. Three of them are teen-agers. ', One of those named Is Joseph A. Ullis, Jr., 25, son of the police chief at Peek.skil!, N.Y., near where th« outdoor conr-prt was held. ' In the indictments handed down by > county grand jury. Llllis was Charged with hurling a stone Jhrough a car window. The technical count is malicious mischief. » misdemeanor. 'r Four others, cnarged with overturning a parked car, were accused 'of felonious malicious mischief. : They are William li. Williams, •20, and David P. Miller, 16. both bf Peeliskill, and Vincent P. Doher- jy, 18. and Samuel J. Biordi. 11. fit nearby broton-on-H\idson. ' t Freed on Bail , The sixth man. Robert Lent, 29- year-old peekskill war veteran, was charged with carrying concealed '.weapons, also a felony. He allegedly had two kinves, one starpped Moslem Troops Revolt Against Nationalists CANTON, Sept. 22—OT—Trustworthy Chinese reports said yesterday 20.000 Moslem troops had revolted against the Nationalists In Arid, northwestern Ningsia province and gone over to the Reds. The Moslems ' belonged to the command of Gen. Ma Hmig-Kwoi who is estimated to have 80.000 men under his command in Mln- gsia. Ma has been In Chungking trying to Ret Chiang Kai-Shek to allot much needed arms to his troops. The Nillgsla revolt report followed word both In Nationalist China and Communist Shanghai that 100,000 Nationalist troops in Suiyuan Province, also in the northwest had gone over to the Heels with their arms. Private reports here today said a. strong Communist force was striking westward toward N'ingsia from adjoining inner Mongolia. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1949 under each panne;,'. LillLs was coni'vurtj in cu.stodr of his father, and the other remained free on bail ranging from $250 to $500, No date y;as sot for trial. More Than JOO persons were injured in the biuraye of Mono.*, and slicks that met departing concci'l- gocrs, following an anti-communist veterans parade outside the concert grounds. A half down cars were overturned. The hulictmc-nls came as Wi-.si- chc.ster District Attorney George M. Fanelli announced a full-scaled, grand jury investigation into the violence will beiitn Oct. 3. Congratulations Jack Robinson BEST WISHES FOR SUCCESS FROM Huffman Bros Lumber Co. •—Courier \cu~s I'hoio l)i;j;i> l)i:uvi:tli:i> KOK CHURCH SITE—With the presentation of the deed, the Varbro Missionary Baptist. Churcli sliirlcd Inking torm Sunday wl tiny-long meeting were conducted. Pictured a bo chairman of the Ijoard of trustees as lie deliv to right: ttie Rev. carl Castlcma!!, pastor of Hev. Parker Hay. pastor and organizer of tlic en me ground-braking ceremonies, a barbecue dinner, and a K A. L. Richardson, former owner ol the cnnrch sue and rs the deed to Ott Mullins, treasurer of the church. From lelt lie Gosnt'll Baptist Church, [Joyce Ko.sslrr, Mr. Mullins. the Inncn, Mr. Richardson, Jim Griffins ami Butorcl Mowers The No Drop Is Seen In N.S.L.I. Rate VA Says Paying Dividend Doesn't Mean Premium Dip WASHINGTON. Sept. 22. l/Pj _ Does that (at dividend World War II veterans are collecting on their G.I. life insurance mean a futur drop in the premium rate? The Veterans Administration believes not. H would take an act of Congress to change the premium rale, one of the agency's Insurance ex- I Pfi'ts said yesterday. j Already Ihe rate for the convert- ' ed policies—ordinary life, 20-pay I life and the various endowment I forms—is lower than mat for most ! coinnirirlal policies. At age 21 for ! the ordinary life policy, for ex- I .amnle. It is 1.25 a montiVfor each! 51.000. i For term policies—simple inlsur- ; ance, the cumulative ens!) value of i the com-ertPd types—the premium i rate is about the same for commercial term insurance - 65 cents a th.ouwnd a mmnh at age 21. for ,.v,>,,,,,i e ; - m fcw . jf il]ly CB|]1 | _ • cm! (wmmvos nay dividends on] term Insurance. niviitenrl Half. ] s S5 <.,,„,,. n» v < V nr1l !T li " E! S ""' lal '''"ten on National Service Life Insuranc Is »t the r»t« of SS cents • month for each »1,000 of Insuranct, for veterans who were 40 or less at, the time they took out the policy, rt gradually descends to a minimum rate of 20 cents « month, per $1,000, (or are 65 or over at Issue. The ex-GI's get the same dividend rate for term or converted Insurance on the initial $2.800,000 000 dividend to be declared next January. But VA says future dividends will be at higher rates for converted policies, especially In the older age bra eke Is, u the wiuer age bracked u the CM* vaulc of the policies increa«. Eventually/the agency says, therm may be no more dividends whatever on term Insurance, At various times . several b!ll« have been Introduced In Congrew to lower the NSLI premium rate When (heir sponsors learned that any rate reduction could not bt retroactive, the bills were dropped, Illinois led all other states In the production of baby chicks during building, on which the members plan to do all the lubor. is lo be a pcrma-stonr: structure, and tlic members have estimated the cost at between $5,000 and $1U,UOO. U is planned that the slrutcure should be completed by the first of next year. Major L/.S. Cities Begin War On Large Criminal Syndicates CHICAGO, Sept. 22. f/pj—Major* U.S. citie.s begnn a war yesterday ; on nationwide crime syndicates. They asked Attorney General J. Kuwaiti McGrath to help them. Ac (ing through the American Municipal Association, the cities told McGrath: "The matter Is too pi pat tn be handled by local officials alone, since the organized criminal clement opi-ratcs on a national scale ficross ihi 1 . boundaries'" Car) H. Chatters, the Association's executive secretary, in H letter to McGraih Rave this thumbnail .sketch nf today's public enemy: '•The modem syndicate racketeer- is a smooth operator. He and his henchmen citllmUc alt the symbols of respectability. They wear the clothes of impeccable bunkers and ; contribute heavily * worthy causes. ; "They avoid any overt connection v.'ith the underworld, and enhance their protective colors Lion through i holdings in the realm of respected i business." • j In fact, Chatters said, "the b% [ I-me gniigstrr of 1049 is almost Urn; direct opposite of A Capone In ap- ' uefirancfi and niost of his methods.' His intelligence aiyl silence make him a much greater niob menace to I lie peopli* aud to local gov- erujneiit." Ami what tlo the cities expect of the Atlbrney Clpncral? "Specifically," Chatters told Mc- Oifilh, "we supgest that interested local agencies be in for inert about the operations of crimr syndicates with wtmtover information you have available. j "Second, ft Is snggesled that the I leaders of "the criminal syndicate ] be investigated with respect to local ! political contributions, evasion nf' federal income taxes, immigration , and citizenship status and any i other activities." | things up. That's exactly what they are doing in their own .sector. "The total strength of the German police iti the three allied .sectors, including of/ice staff, is II,800." Larry McKeevcr, Jefferson Citv Mo. : Hot Springs, Ark., was named as "H'xt, year's convention cily The date will be set by tlie cxeciHive cainniittec. Congratulations JACK ROBINSON IMPLEMENT CO. from JESSE W. PROVINCE PLUMBING CO. Relaxation of Rules On Gl Training Urged INDIANAPOLIS. Sept. 22. CAP) — Hlatc veterans' affairs officials today adopted nine resolutions asking in£ for relaxation of restrictions on OI education. The sroup. known as the Natjon- al Association of state Approval I Agencies, re-elected its president, i Pniil Cope, Oklahoma City; vice- president. Ernc.st Simon, Springfield, ill., and secretary-treasurer. Best Wishes for Success h> Jack Robinson Implement Co. CITY ELECTRIC CO. "At Your Service" YOU CAN WIN $1,000 in Blytheville's Annual National Cotton Picking Contest Clip Out and Send In This Entry Illank $1,000 First Prize Tola! Awards—$2,500 Special Prizes for Women Hurry and send in your pnlr.v blank for Ihr nmlrsl will hi held on Friday, October 1. Anyone is eligible; j us l cn- i-liisc §10 with your entry blank and mail In NnlionsU CnUmi I'lckinif Contest, Bov 107, Blytheville, Ark. But dti it today! Sponsored by the Rlytlieville Junior Chamber ol Commerce ENTRY BLANK National Cotton Picking Contest P. 0. Box 707 Blyth«vill«, Ark. I hereby apply for permission lo enter the lOlh ANNUAL WORI.IfS CHAMPIONSHIP COTTON PICKING CONTEST to be conducted at BIylheville, Arkansas, on October 7, 1919. I »-ret to abide by the rules covering the Contest. Name St. or R.F.D City .' Datt ..i« t I 5 _f"-l'_ $ _ 1 il'2 a .i 1 "?_ AcCI>mpany ™ s A PPHMtlon> ' HERE IS THE NEW Reds Say U.S. Building \ Up German Police force ' BERLIN, Sept. 22. fAP)—The Soviet-licensed Nachtexprcw ta acmscti the American.* yesterday of doub!in | West Berlin's German police force to a totnl of 2(1,000 men and ariinti rr ' U with tank.s. U.S. Deputy Commandant C->lom iV \Viltiam T. Babcock. retorted: ''Oh, brother, do they drcaiv JACK ROBINSON IMPLEMENT CO. o A TIME FOR SINCERE CONGRATULATIONS TO JACK ROBINSON IMPLEMENT CO. BLYTHEVILLE GLASS & PAINT CO. CONGRATULATIONS FROM Pride & Usrey CONSTRUCTION CO.
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