Dec 1960, Youth Group
that gain representation feel contract, would either is we work held the one Communists Plan National Youth Group By CHARLES C. HASLET WASHINGTON (AP) -- FBI director J. Edgar Hoover said today that "at this very moment, the Communists are completing final arrangements for a conference to be held in Chicago beginning Dec. 31 ... to formulate plans for a new national organization." The Communist party, U.S.A., remains the largest subversive organization in the United States, Hoover said in a yearend on FBI activities to Atty. Gen. William P. Rogers. Hoover did not elaborate on his announcement about the Chicago meeting. But an FBI spokesman said there were indications the session would draw a- substantial attendance of representatives from various areas of the Communist party. He declined give other information on the Six Apply For Permits Six area applications for new liquor permits, one from a Massillon resident, are being processed by the .Ohio Department of Liquor Control. The Massillon application was filed by Tina Munoz, 926 6th st SW, and is for a permit to stay open until 2:30 a. m. She is already the holder of a D-3 or restaurant permit which provides for staying open until 1 a. m. Other Stark county applications are: Harold C. Kraus of 7th st SE, Brewster, for a D-5 1 or night club permit. Victor Bernagei, 5990 Navarre rd SW, Perry-township, Richville, for both a D-3 or restaurant permit to sell until 1 a. m., and a D-5 or night club permit. Andrew Manelli, 123 Wabash ave, Brewster for a D-3 or restaurant permit. Emil Chaponar Julius Florian, 5137 Tuscarawas ave W ext, Perry township, Canton, for a D-5 or night club permit. Canton Sachsenheim, Inc., 5211 Tuscarawas st W ext, Perry township, Canton, for a D-5 or night club permit. Tlief t Report Is Unf oimded Frank w^ 6 ^ P Â°K 1Ce at . 12: . 20 P- m-jvere merely "trying'"to^protest be! *fc y b Â£ a m Â°'Â°"st proved what they believed to be an unclosed Jan. 3^^!* ^^f J^ ' meeting. * * * . HOOVER SAID- that under leadership of Moscow-trained Gus Hall the U. S. Communist party has strengthened ties with the Soviet Union and with Communists in Cuba and elsewhere. The new national youth organization, Hoover said, "will be clandestinely directed by party members." He said the U. S. party has started a new publication. New Horizons for Youth, under editorial direction of its national youth director, identified by the FBI as Daniel Rubin of New York. "In addition," Hoover said, Communists hope to repeat the success which they achieved on the West Coast last May in spearheading mob demonstrations by college students and other young people against a committee of congress." _ This referred to a demonstration in San Francisco at a hearing of the HousÂ« Committee on Un : American Activities. Hoover's claim that demonstrators were goaded by Communists, echoed committee Chairman Francis E. Walter, D-Pa., was denied by a jroup of students involved. RIOT CHARGES against 62 .the student demonstrators were dismissed by Municipal Judge A ,-=r^vf r Â» i t. x. A report of stolen hub caps bert A. Axelrod, who said ofta t/ 1 * r*fi.l i f n ***Â· 1 *j.fjf\ _. _ " ' . Â·* h 0 " nd f o u " d t h e "/mÂ« fv, T * ftu S Ca P f Can-i^ 0 ^^ 3 / but covered Wltt democratic hearing. Axelrod added, "I am convinced they were not engaged in subversive activ- jity." \"p TM ot Â° Tlsl sai f he had .re-i In his report to Rogers, Hoover Bank;PÂ°" ed the su PPÂ° sed th eft to his;said the FBI's activities in 1960 J,,. , _ _ . a _ i _ j t holi-l?,/ p Â£?A d Â£_J? r . , to rests for kidnapings and other ma- ; jr ake SUre a theft has actuallyjjor crimes, call i_fLlÂ° mm I tted before filing a^J'J^uring this period of frave in- report. ternational tension, America can- / at u Ce TM m P any before he were highlighted by actions blc before he .. ! a S ain ?t Soviet espionage, as well " n I Such unfounded reports are not afford to relax her internal jtime consuming since the police defenses even momentarily," policy is to check at the scene on! vcr said. every such report, Chief Keller 1 "FBI investigators during 1960 points out 'disclosed that an alarming num- - - . . And if the unfounded police re-' 061 " of Soviet a-nd satellite diplo- remains unconnected for ! m a f'c personnel have intelligence any length of time it must be: assignments in this Post-;registered on the police record! He not ? d last summer two sec- peak, of the amount of stolen property , retaries in the Soviet Embassy J - f * -- .. _ . " ' V Â» ^ s * * Â« . Â«. rA v A J ^ _ T - . 1 ^ ^^ '""^ figures up needles " pointed out. 1 1 I U 1 I I I J . O t l i l l l l l s l -- Â· Â» . Â» . -- . Â·*, ** Â£Â»*,*. ^ J U I I M 1 I W theft figures up needlessly Chief grata and t h a t Uvo persons were oic.Â« Â«Â«;_Â«_j .... arrpstprf in oÂ»-(nV.Qi- -.^A -,.,Â«4v,~r. arrested in October and another in November on spy charges. were declared persona non e ' " ' Â· 'licenses.