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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - August 15, 1949, Salt Lake City, Utah                                RADIO NEWS IitarmoutBlB Network StettM CALL Ofoaeiy WEATHER Continued fair Monday and OB Ftp 14 123 SALT LAKE MONDAY AUGUST 1949 PRICE FIVE CENTS West German Vote Picks First House Street Fights Punctuate Republics Rightist Parliamentary Ballot Germany 15 complete returns in western Ger manys first parliamentary elec tion Monday gave right wing parties a decisive lead over So The Christian Democrats and Free Democrats are considered likely to join a coalition govern ment because of their common economic Both favor the free enterprise as con trasted with the Social Democrats advocacy of nationalization of in Near Complete Tallies Complete returns of 240 of the 254 elections districts showed these Christian Social Democrats Free The Christian Democrats had won 132 seats in the the Social Democrats the Free Democrats 36 and the Com munists only The Christian Democrats also led in the heavilypopulated state of North home of the industrial but the division of parliamentary seats had not been due to a system of proportional representation in of the seats are al located on the basis of the per centage of the vote received by each A similar system is followed in Likely Coalition Parties A single party seemed likely to achieve a majority of the 400 seats in This would make a coalition government with the Christian Democrats and Free Democrats representing the most likely Voters flocked to the polls in numbers surpassing tion Western allied of ficials had predicted fewer than 65 of the eligible vo ters would But In Ham in the British voted in probably the heaviest turnout of any of the 11 west German In Wuerttemberg in the American This suggested na tionalist appeals to the voters to boycott the election were largely Lead Left 3 to 2 Christian Democrats and Free together held a three totwo lead over leftwing parties even in the industrial Ruhr val In this section both social ists and Communists ex pected to show great In big industrial state in the American the Social Democrats were closely fol lowed by the Fret Elsewhere the Democrats were running stronger than ex At near the Danish other fighting flared when a group began defacing election Shout Nazi Cry A group of youths marching and shouting the old Nazi cry Sieg Heil was dispersed in Kelheim by police Saturday The Soviet flag was taken down by police from in front of one voting place in in the American Nazi swastikas were pasted over election posters at near Extreme not openly linked with of ficially licensed placarded northern Germany with calls for a voters One leaflet demanded t united1 Germany stretching from east Prussia in the Russian zone to the Frenchoccupied YOUTHFUL TRAGEDY Kills Prowler Suspect A teenage Ross was killed early Mon day morning by one of five bullets from a 22caIiber rifle that police said were fired by Charles Steve 861 13th The shooting occurred after an alleged window peeping incident at the Ginoulis police Police Plainclothesmen Robert Boyer and Milton Hunsaker ordered Ginoulis booked at city jail for investigation of homi Shouted Halt Order According to investigating the Ginoulis youth fired the three into the after he saw someone prowling about the house and then rim They said Ginoulis told them he ran onto the porch and shouted an order to but that the suspected prowler ran The fourth he he aimed at the side of the It apparently struck him in the arm as he neared his Blood stains were found in the driveway of his Peterson then ran across the street and Ginoulis fired I aimed at his leg and he Council Plans To Idle Big West Acreage 14 program aimed at tak ing acres of great plains crop land out of production as a necessary conservation measure and as an aid to stabilizing the re gions economy was recommended after a meet Saturday by the Great Plains Agricultural Representatives of the council of extension service and other fed eral agricultural agencies foresaw the need for a long range program to prevent a repetition of the dust bowl days of the Hansmeier of the exten sion service at in summing up a long term pro gram drawn by a special commit said that it was better to try to make the necessary land adjust ments now when people were in a relatively good financial Well Worth Effort If the conditions of the 30s can be he it would be well worth the effort and cost from a social standpoint He pointed out that after the land adjustment program was under there should be pro visions for safeguarding the prog ress if the plains states should experience again the situa tion prevailing this year when much new land was plowed for wheat Hansmeier pointed to the need for letting the people not only but why land adjust ment was He said they should be kept encour aged to participate in the program and be prepared for the adjust ment Wont Be Needed The he wont be Deeded in the immediate future ana probably that imme diate period might extend over a period of Falling foreign and domestic demand has cut the need for the tremendous wheat and other grain crops produced in although much new See rage Column 4 he told Investigators said that shot ap parently struck him in the They said an arc light nearby made it possible for the Ginoulis youth to see young Steve Elizabeth Gi noulis called police to report her son had fired at a prowler and might have stopped police Officers arriving on the scene found the victim crumpled on the They sent for a police Dead on Arrival He was taken to Salt Lake Gen eral hospital in a police ambulance where he was pronounced dead on According to the Ginoulis family has been bothered by prowl ers and peeping toms for several Ginoulis told police someone jumped down from the window ledge of the bedroom where his Chrysanthi was at the time of the After hearing the he said he ran outside on the It was he said that Ue saw the other youth and ordered him to The Peterson boy reported ly Officers Find Victim Officer Boyer said they talked to Petersons parents and they ex pressed doubt that their son was responsible for any prowling It was the first time he had been out alone at night for a long the parents told The Ginoulis youth told police he did not know the although they lived only a short distance The victim was a son of Glen and Alene addition to his he is survived by two and Keith Tydings Assails Dilatory Solons Senators Gird To Restrict Europe Arms Divided Committee Heralds Bitter Fight on Program 14 Millard Tydings said Sunday that congress can quit around Labor day but it may be in session until October or No vember unless it buckles Assailing the longwinded and quite often useless waste of time in Tydings said the sen ate must discipline Probers Seek to Bridge Gaps In Vaughans Freezer Story 14 Senate investigators strove Sun day to fill in what they called big japs in Harry account of the case of the home who is Harry S Trumans military has ex plained that two old friends simply presented seven freezers to him in and that he in turn made gifts of these units to certain friends of all Washington The senates special investiga SPOILS OF VICTORY Payment to Nazi Internees Brings Grief to McQoy 14 United States high commissioner to Ger under fire ordering payments to persons interned in Nazi concentration measure was strongly opposed by American the British for eign office and American civilitui one of the of the peace plan in is here for On his arrival the United States military govern ment in Germany announced a general claims restitution law for indemnification of of The law for distribu tion of about DeuUche collected In the American occupation zone to to Jiwlah Md nonJewiah In will receive pensions or lump sum Payments will be made around the The victims will compute the time they spent in fix own losses or robbery and fix their own of damage for physical Adoption of the been acclaimed victory for had a hand in draft ing the German peace program at Quebec with Henry Morgenthau former treasury David White Houie executive had pushed the meaiure uiuracceaffuUy during the military governorship of Adoption came with in a few weeks of desig nation high after retirement and reorganiza tion of the American of govwBOMOt ftt tioas subcommittee has received testimony that all of the freezers paid for by the Albert Verley a Chicago perfume The committee in studying the freezer episode has subpenaed rec ords of the Verley It also is looking into the activities of John who has said he worked for the Verley company in when the freezers were Maragon once had a White House pass and has said he regards Vaughan as a good He was questioned privately early in the inquiry before freezers were men The committee launched its in vestigation to study whether im proper influence played a part in getting government in a statement at the White House Mid the freezers were given to him a courtesy by old friends David Bennett and Harry Ben nett heads the Verley Hoff man is a Milwaukee advertising man reportedly once associated with that The committee a out for A fctaff investi gator said that to far M he marshals in Milwaukee still were trying to locate At Milwaukee it wu reported he is going voluntarily to account of what hap said Karl Mundt a committee big gaps to be filled We want know what motivated Hoffman and Bennett to make valued at about to Wo till want to know whether they expected to get any thing out of and whether they actually 14 A sharply divided senate commit tee group of 25 members Sunday seemed ready to write new re strictions of some kind into the administrations for eign arms A barrage of amendments is be ing rushed They deal with the who gets it and who par cels it One proposed curb may find Arthur Vandenberg openly at odds with his air force staft chief Hoyt Vandenberg has been work ing with John Foster Dulles on an amendment de j signed to tie the arms program to forthcoming North Atlantic com munity defense Method of Distribution It may provide for distribution of American military supplies un der direction of the defense com mittee when it is set up by the North Atlantic council under the 12nation Neither Guiles nor Vandenberg wish to delay the start of the arms Vandenberg was said by some senators already to have i opposed in closed meetings of the I combined foreign relations and armed services committee any re striction on this countrys decision as to where these arms shall The 25 members of the two com mittees are considering the legis lation as a Opposes Stop Gap The general also has senators any move to make the program merely a stop gap affair until the defense com mittee can get into Sen Vandenberg was the first to pro pose such a Chairman Tom Connally of the foreign relations com which will begin going over the bill in closed session told reporters he wants this country to have the final say on the distribution of military administration lead ers confidently predict that the house foreign affairs group start ing work Monday will approve the arms bill without major A house floor fight to cut the total will come when de bate First Round Efforts First round efforts to trim the outlay and to restrict the program are expected to center in the big senate Whatever the senators do in the program appeared headed for a bitter fight on the senate floor with attacks leveled at it from both major It has been advanced by the administration as a minimum pro urgently to fill the vacuum of European military weakness in the shadow of sias armed Besides the At lantic treaty aid would go to Korea and the Some Democrats who are not on the combined foreign relations and armed services group spoke out against the proposal Announces Opposition Burnett Maybank told a reporter he is going to fight it because he thinks the sending supplies to western Euro pean countries will weaken Amer ican We are being asked to disarm ourselves to arm he de They arn asking the American people to give a billion in arms to Europe when the drive is on to cut a billion off of our own military It doesnt make sense to Maybank has called RFC offi cials before the senate banking committee Monday to try to find out whether that organization is roine to to advanos ira to to get the military program started immediately after congress acts on Committee ByPassing The South Carolina senator con tended this only a means of bypassing the slowmoving ap which often take matters into their own hands cut outlays below the totals authorized by The pending measure is an au thorization of the arms program not a direct appropriation which would come Senator Ed Johnson not a said the program calls for a ridiculous and iiljy outlay of add ing It will mean nothing to the defense of the United But Chairman Millard Tyd ings of the armed serv ices committee Mid he it willing to take the advice of the chiefs of staff that the rearming of Eu rope ii eMentlal to American de Army Seizes Syrian Executes Aide Jerusalem Desert SAUDI ARABIA HASHEMITE JORDAN TRANS JORDAN STATUTE MILfS Military Coup Chiefs Shoot Two Tyrants 14 Husni who seized power March and Premier Muhsen Bey Berazi were shot dead at dawn Sunday by a firing squad after a brief trial before senior army A series of communiques broadcast after the military coup did not specify the but called the two tyrants and Censorship hampered the movement of dis patches from The coup was headed by Sami a former follow army officer of Zayim and a participant in the Palestine installed Senior Syrian army officers at Damascus A early Sunday took Husni Zayim and Premier Muhsen Bey Berail from held drumhead executed At Amman B diplomats IN DEFIANCE OF REDS Catholic Church Names Two Slovak Bishops 14 UP i were stopping in Trnava Sunday The Roman Catholic church con secrated two new titular bishops before overflow hero Sunday despite a transport block ade that halved the expected at The church hierarchy had de fied an order by Czechoslovakias Communist government that all such church ceremonies and pil grimages must obtain prior gov ernment Pilgrims found the Slovak a bottleneck on their journey to this city of Trnava is about 30 miles north east of Railway agents advised travel ers no express or British Repoit 20 Russ Killed British military gov ernment organ Welt am Sonntag said Sunday that a time bomb ex ploded at a Soviet reception in Potsdam July killing 20 high ranking Russian officers including the Potsdam city The newspaper said the bomb plot was an attempt to assassinate Marshall Konstantin Soviet commander in but that he escaped death by failing to attend the reception in his The Britishcontrolled paper said it received its informa tion from officials in the Branden burg provincial government Pots dam is the capital of Brandenburg and headquarters of Soviet forces in because of technical Sunday bus service to this city also was Bratislava taxicab drivers refused to make the drive But 3000 persons jammed Into Nicholas church to witness the ceremonies and another 3000 stood Most of them were resi dents of No uniformed police were All Czech and Slovak bishops were present except the nations Archibishop Josef who has led the monthslong fight against government control of the He remained in seclusion at his policeguarded palace in The new bishops are Am brosius who has been serv ing as apostolic administrator of and Robert Fob catritular vicar of Both have expressed their loy alty to Archbishop ficisl made before the the govern ment claims the right to reject or approve any candidate for bishop proposed by the Vatican diplomatic representatives said this issue was circumvented by the fact the two were made titular not bishops in resi Lazik was named titular bishop of Appia and Poboz ny titular bishop of Both are places which existed in Asia minor early in the Christian Because of the many Czech churchstate and Slovak Catholics had been apprehensive of state interference with the Church officials said they had expected at least double the attendance or more than Abdullah Urges Arabs Parley To Cope With Syrian Crisis Hashemite 14 gov ernment Sunday urged an emer gency meeting of the Arab league to cope with the crisis over the execution of Syrian Husni Zayim and Premier Muhsen Bey Berazi by an army firing In The sevennation politi cal committee scheduled to meet in 20 on other particularly the peace between the Arab countries and Israel at from Cairo the league meeting had been postponed indefinitely because of the Syrian The Egyptian cabinet at a long Motion Sunday morning discuwed the Syr ian situation but no government authorities in Cairo would aunt OB who a hope of stretching the Haahemite dynas tys rule over t greater moved quickly on the diplomatic front when of the Damascus coup apread over the Middle East He called in the foreign diplo matic including Ainerican charge Wells the British Perry and of from Saudi Lebanon and The United and Egypt are among the countries moit vitally concerned over the upheaval in After seizing power in a Syrian arrry coup laat March Zayim agreed to let the United establish a pipeline head Syria to carry Arabian oil to the Medi a right denied b the tM Plane Alights In Atlantic 49 Rescued 15 UP fourengined American air liner with 58 aboard landed in the Atlantic ocean 15 miles off Ireland early A British fishing boat radioed that it had picked up 49 Nine others were still Transocean owners of the said the captain of the rescue boat said he would continue to 15 miles off Kil as long as there was chance to make additional rescues and later would head for Kilkee is 32 miles west of Orvis president of the largest nonscheduled air carrier in the said one or the passengers was Miss Ruth famous Ainerican Most of the passengers were Italian emigrants bound for Cara The plane was bound from Rome to en route to the United The weather was but the Skymaster missed the airport here and flew on out to Its just one of those things you cant Nelson said at the Nelson said the survivors were taken aboard the British trawler The plane had been reported overdue at Shannon and all air craft in the area had been alerted to be on the lookout for the miss ing Nelson said it had been sighted low over the ocean by an incoming Trans World whose pilot dropped He then oUr pilot ditch the Nelson We dont know for sure now many are but search planes saw one life raft full of people and Hennawi installed himself as chief of the armed forces former ly headcl by Zayim with the title of field Description of Coup Syrian broadcasts to the Middle East said Hennawi told the people he is not seizing power and quoted him as saying We want a free republic of not a govern ment by the We are ready to turn over power to a government chosen by the broadcast gave this de scription of the coup Three carloads of Syrian army officers rode to Zayims home early Sunday morning and forced their way in after a brief with They awoke and arrested Zayim and then went on to Premier Berazis He was arrested without another almost The rafts carried by a Sky master can keep as many aa 20 persons Storm Blocks Red Assault On Miao Isles 14 elements have saved from Red capture the northern Miao from which the National ists are blockading the great port of official reports as serted The reports said the Communists were headed for an assault on the islands when a storm Hun of troopladen junks and about 80 motorized small craft were sunk by the the ac counts Canton Drive Pushed The Miao islands lie about 200 miles southeast Tientsin at the entrance of tils Gulf of official dispatches said the battle for 215 miles northeast of was mounting in The National ists were said to have hurled back successive Red assaults on the northwestern inflicting more than 6000 casualties Official dispatches admitted however in the Red drive aimed at isolating big southeastern They con ceded that the Reds haci captured 30 miles to the south west of Generate Confer More Nationalist ar rived in this capital for an important military Ku army chief of returned from For the island fortress of Gen erallMlmo Chiang Chen governor of Hainan Uland off the south an other arrival Belated reports from far north China Mid a Mongol aMwnbljr had established Kitgovernment foe IBMT Immediate Sentence The military tribunal was formed immediately and sentenced both to death after They were executed in the Meszah cita del None of the first six commu niques made clear the immediate reasons for the but they contained generalities tend ing to indicate the militarists felt Zayim had failed to keep prom ises to bring Syria out of the muddle arising mainly from the Palestine Hennawi who is in his was regarded here as a hero of the Meshmar Hayardents battle in the Zayim became in the June referendum on his Led Toward Disaster One communique said whose coup had army support last promised to give Syria an administration that would restore her dignity and It said the army and the nation upheld these but charged that lis new powers blind ed him and on bad he was heading Syria toward eco nomic The communique said the army wants nothing more than safety for Syria and thought that men unskilled in politics should go back to their leavingpolitics in expert Rise From Obscurity Until the March Zayim had been an obscure army offi The bespectacled Premier who died with was regarded as the brains of the Zayim ZaymVs installation as presi dent was marred by an explosion in an army arsenal outside Da The stocky little strong1 dressed in civilian pledged his administration to a policy of internal reform and stif fening the frontiers against any The reference to the frontiers was tomean that Syria would resist any encroachments from Israel and the greater Syria ambitions of King Abdul lah of Hashemite Flan Crisis Study longrange goal is to expand the Hashemite dy nastys rule other parts of the Middle saidin Sunday the Syrian be taken up urgently by the nation Arab A league meeting is Sat urday in The communiques on the nevr coup charged Zayim was endan gering Syrias foreign Another broadcast said Hennawi accused Zayim of rigging presi dential election he called last June in which Zayim was and trying to win partisans by land granta and advocating for Wsliked All this was In vain and dictatorship was the broadcast adding that Zayim distrusted by foreign Press dispatcher published tau Cairo quoted Zayim I lived bravely and I want to die when an officer tried to blindfold him for Cairo vwrion Hid the two were tentenced after two aecret meetings in tin Damaacua army headquarters Saturday and the charges were high tnaaon and plotting their influence WM Bayim WM of hto field BttnotfiWh focmbafowbtttf x i I   

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