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   Evening Independent (Newspaper) - October 22, 1948, Massillon, Ohio                                News Features Pearson 4 Lawrence 4 Movies 4 IK New York 4 Comics 29 Radio 21 Parents 20 Health 4 Fairfax 22 The Nation 4 Society T rol No 121 THE EVENING INDEPENDENT Established 1863 Exclusive Associated Press News And Features And Central Press Dispatches Massillon Ohio Friday Oct 22 1948 30 Pages The HOME Paper world news snorts society and features 5 Cents a Cents a Week ASKED TO LIFT West Virginia Holds Campaign Spotlight By The Associated Press West hot senatorial battle drew fresh attention today as the presidential candidates spar red between their final campaign rounds Gov Thomas E omitted that state from his windup tour which opens next Tuesday in Chi cago President Truman has made two campaign visits to West Virginia putting in a special vote for Matthew M Neely who seeks to unseal jOP Senator Chapman HOLDING SENATE control by only a margin now the Republicans may need to win the West Virginia race to retain the upper hand Dewcy and Revercomb have not seen eye to eye on the displaced persons issue but the GOP high command sent National Party Chairman Democrats Edge n Senate Hugh D Scott to Huntington last night with a special plea for the senator From top to Scott said the lican party and the national ticket want Rever comb reelected And I do mean from top to bot he added THE PARTY CHAIRMAN said there wasnt sufficient time on Deweys schedule to permit him to come there in person Thats why Im Scott added After he spoke Revercomb told the party rally I am here to say that win or lose I shall con to represent the people of West Virginia a man who will not bow to outside See 12 Adoption Of Soviet Mark Is Favored Six Neutrals Present Proposal By The Associated Press PARIS The six neutral powers on the United Nations security council called on Rus anci western Stark county reported at the Needed To Reach Community Chest Goal GOAL REPORTED TODAY S PLEDGED TO DATE STILL TO BE RAISED hill Gathering momentum like a snowball rolling down workers in the Community Chest campaign of Mas By The Associated Press I 4 Speeches To End Drive By The Associated Press Trumans closest advisers say is convinced the Democrats will recapture control of the I offices senate regardless of the come of his own race next month Both Parties Launch Stark Both Democrats and Republicans launched an extensive campaign if or votes in Stark county today with the Republicans stumping the entire county Gov Thomas J Herbert led the NEW YORK Four man should adopt the Soviet markj i i t 3S Berlins Sole i CiGl man sia today to lift the Berlin i blockade at once The meeting was delayed nearly i an hour by last minute confer ences among the Big Four delega tions directly concerned in the is sue The United States Britain and Franch have accused Russia of en dangering peace by blockading Berlin RUSSIA HAS asserted no block ade exists and that th has no jurisdiction The neutral pow Belgium Canada China Colombia and ed a compromise solution which the western powers accepted The neutrals put before the coun cil a joint resolution which said the four military governors of Ger fourth Dutch Treat luncheon report meeting held at noon today in the dining room of the First Methodist church It raised the Red Feather campaigns total to or per cent of the 1949 goal of This leaves or per cent of the goal still to be raised by Community Chest the end of the campaign next Wednesday evening in an anticipated vic tory dinner at the First Methodist church THE raised to dale is only less than the 1S43 toal of The goal for its 12 affiliated agencies and the USO was in creased over the 1948 goal The largest individual report today was turned in by the steel manufacturing unit of which Ralph Stern is cap tain It is a unit of the industrial division oi which A J See 12 Pleas Fail 10 Germans Are Hanged i Republican caravan and was accom IX 1 c A SPEECH from the Massil lal steps Gov Herbert city speeches and an eve broadcast will wind up Gov Thomas E Deweys cam for the presidency The Republican nominee elected today to close his drive with na Talking privately these men tell newsmen they expect Democratic senatorial candidates to outrun Mr Truman in some states and to wir he may not carry L candidates pi d correspondents traveling the presidents campaign train they felt they had helped by the chief execu tives repeated attacks on the Re leadership on Capitol Most president among the view thai Ithe party will knock off GOP seats lin Oklahoma Minnesota West Vir and Wyoming These four would give the Dem a 49 to il led they do not lose any of the oth ler hotly contested races such as I those in Tennessee New Mexico land Montana said he was proud of the record broadcast talks in of the present state Cleveland Boston and New York Stark citing county improvements as proof that in the Republicans will keep their days of the campaign he ar mises j ranged to sandwich in some barn to his Democratic storming talks in Massachusetts Frank J Lausche and to Connecticut and Rhode Island By The Associated Press MUNICH Germany Ten as Berlins sole currency before j war criminals were Nov 20 in exchange for lifting the i today at Landsberg blockade prison despite recent appeals The resolution also provided the i of German Catholic and foreign ministers council of the Protestant church leaders that U Russia Britain and France j further executions be halted Alex Piorkowski 44 onetime commander of the Dachau concen tration camp and former S s Col Hans Trummler 48 who passed out cigars to his troops after they killed parachuted aviators were I the best known of the 10 Foreign Minister Juan A Bra muglia acting coun BETWEEN THEM in the final president presented the resolu 15 Injured Are Still In Hospital GARDEN CITY AP I Only 35 of the injured from the 1 wreck of the California Limited I were left in St Catherines hos Jal here today Others will be as soon as physicians had I the chance to study final Of the 15 only five are known I to have broken bones as a result of the derailment yesterday of the fast Los Angeles to Chicago Santa Fe train Rain On Way AND VICINITY Occasional rain in southwest por tion spreading to east and portions today Occasional rain In night and likely in east portion Sat Not so cool tonight Yes high was 51 at p m The low was 38 at a m today No precipitation High humidity 92 low 59 S Truman Her bert said charges against lican administration both in the state and national campaigns can not be The Republican caravan started its whirlwind trip through Stark See 12 Reprimand Ends Case WASHINGTON cial reprimand closed the case of the state department officer who congress subversive agents into this country through thc United Nations Press Aide Michael McDermott said last night Robert C Alexand er will remain as assistant chief of the visa division The depart ment had charged him with mis conduct and dereliction of duty af ter his testimony before a senate judiciary group was disputed by Secretary of State Marshall who has been with the state department 30 years stood fast refusing to attend a closed meeting for a hearing of the departments charges against him But missing from the list was any appearance in West Virginia where Senator Chapman Rever comb Republican is struggling tion and then addressed the dele gates WE HAVE reached of decisions harmonious decis ions of benefit to all the hour THE MEN went to the gallows told were for reelection in a highly critical senate race And the Dewcy strategists who summed up their ideas about the campaign in a confer ence here yesterday turned down demands for the candidates ap in Detroit At the conference besides Dew ey were Herbert Brownell campaign manager R u s s e 1 j Sprague an adviser Rep Leonard Hall Roger Straus president of the American Smelting company Elliott Bell New York bank com missioner Paul Lockwood the governors secretary James Hag erty his executive assistant and William Murphy publicity tor of the GOP national commit tee The consensus was that Dewey Andrei said Y deputy foreign minister of Russia attend under a gray sky in the courtyard of the prison where Hitler wrote Mem All were convicted bv American no to s 1 Brown New Legion Head MIAMI Fla AP S Perry Brown 56 of Beaumont American Legions i viction involved had been i national commander and about properly obtained i other Legionnaires were on j The telegrams were signed by their way home today They wrapped up the 30th annual national convention late yesterday with unanimous approval of Brown concentration camp inmates The plea for suspension of executions of 139 war criminals under death sentence was made by churchmen after 10 other Germans had been hanged at Landsberg last Friday for similar crimes I In telegrams to U S Secretary of thc Army Kenneth RoyalL the church leaders asked that the hang ings be halted until further in showed whether con A Real Poster Girl Is Anita for the Legions highest office Germany Catholic Bishop Johannes Neu haeusler of Munich and Dr phil Wurm chairman of the cil of Evangelical Churches of IT HARDLY SEEMS POSSIBLE that brighteyed merry little Anita Adcock 20 months old was the model for thc Community poster behind her She was born with club feet MO at three week old her feet were encased in plaster casts changed frequently as she grew At end of a year the casts were removed and she took her first steps completely cured Because of care she received from several agencies supported by the Community Chest she was as Community Chest poster girl International Rebellion Boost Price rs has the presidential race won and Brown is a veteran of both world should not extend himself in the j WE last few days of the campaign Four Held In Columbus Theft The national executive Court Affirms tec will meet in Indianapolis next I Death Sentence Is Checked Of Newsprint N LAWRENCE PTA DANCE 8 p m Round square oldtime music Public invited Door Safe Crackers Steal CLEVELAND enve lopes for 60 employes today were stolen by safe crackers who escaped with from the Mak Construc tion structural steel builders The safe contained cash for todays payroll From a filing j cabinet in petty cash was stolen COLUMBUS Chief Glenn C Hoffman said to day that four men held at Cincin nati had been definitely connected with Mondays holdup of the Tschappat jewelry store in Co lumbus Cincinnati authorities have agreed to release the men to Co lumbus police Hoffman added month to choose a site for next years convention Only Philadel phia and Miami extended i tions Boston put in a bid for the CLEVELAND AP Thc SEOUL Korean re NTAV YORK Great public today appeared to be stampi Northern Paper Co announced ic ing out a rebellion and its day an increase of a ion in its New Blows Exchanged In Campaign By The Associated Press Ohio Republicans fired two of their big guns at the Demo crats last night Only one Democrat fired back but in Washington the House announced that President Truman would make one more swing into Ohio He will make a major speech in Cleveland next Tuesday his way back to from Chicago Both U S Sen John W Bricker a governor and a one time presidential aspirant and vice presidential candidate and Gov J Herbert made speeches for the Republicans Frank J whom Herbert ousted from the statehouse two years ago and who is trying to return was the Democrat replying j LAUSCHE ACCUSED the Re of spending public money tor political purposes and not for ihc purposes of the citizen and the He spoke before ward hi ane Herberts home of Cleveland and in Ravenna warned the Republicans against letting a Democratic gover nor lie elected to work with a Republican president Herbert promised at a seventh cnn rally to keep subversive elements out of your iii ut of public office in this Th rally with Rep Richard M Nixon R Cl sneaker was ad a nonpolitical but seven trucks bearing banners thanking Governor Herbert for the 01 the on sale of j less 41 rents bonus payments drove through the streets to the ccne 1950 meeting Two resolutions approved by the Legionnaires asked pensions for by the court of appeals today all honorably discharged veterans Appellate Judges Joy Seth Kurd advised of World War I or World War II and Lee E Skeel of Cleveland and heavily armed unopposed Seven Executed BUY CAST IRON ton Hess SOMETHING DIFFERENT ATHENS AP Police today seven Communists j convicted of crimes against the na I tion have been executed Walter S Jackson of Lima into the southern par next Feb 2 as the dav Beach shall I thc two die in the electric chair at Ohio Communistled rebels Wednesday h A official source predicted The judges ruled that Beach had carl recapture 01 the second city been given a fair trial in the 20 miles northwest ot lower court and that there was loyal battalions were Korean price in New York City a ton to the same as charged by Canadian and New foundland mills which supply the bulk of the metropolitan 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