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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - December 25, 1949, Salt Lake City, Utah                                RADIO NEWS Intelmountain Network Station Monday Through Friday WEATHER Pmrtty cloudy and eoHer fcatey and Sunday night Details on Page Bll 72 SALT LAKE SUNDAY DECEMBER 1949 PRICE FIFTEEN CENTS Yule Chimes Invite L To Worship Gaiety Share Program In TwoDay Respite As Christinas bells chime out the glad tidings early Salt Lakers will join in reverent admiration of coming of the Christ In the words of apostle unto you is born this day in the city of David a Saviour which is Christ the And this shall bi a sign unto you ye shall find the babe wrapped swaddling ly ing1 in a And as with the there will be a host in Salt Lake City praising God and sayings Glory to God in the highest and on earth good will toward Gives With peace in their hearts Salt Lakers will enter the church of their choices Sunday to give thanks to their Salt Lake City will be point of origin Sunday for a nationwide Christmas message broadcast over the Church of the Air program on Columbia Broadcasting sys Stephen mem council of twelve Church of Jssus Christ of Lat terday will transcribe a sermon on The Great Day of Sunday at 8 in the Salt Lake The service will be rebroadcast for this area Sunday at 9 Holy Communion Service Christmas day will open at Marks Episcopal 231 1st with a service of lioly communion celebrated at 8 by Arthur retired Episcopal bishop of Sunday at 11 Very Dunham cathedral will preach the communion Communion Sunday at 8 and communion and Christmas music at 11 will feature serv ices at Pauls Episcopal 2919th Christmas day re ligious services by members of Peters Episcopal 567 2nd will include evening1 prayer at Regular Most Catholic churches In the area will observe masses on the regular Sunday A spe cial observance Sunday at mass in Our Lady of Lourdes 670llth will be hymns and motets sung by the girls choir of Judge Memorial directed by Sister Miriam Early Sunday mem bers of the L D S Swedish organ ization will join in a featuring music in Swedish and The unusual program begins at in Whittier ward 15002nd An early morning service is scheduled by members of Pleasant Green ward in Magna when a The Glory of Christmas will be sung by a cast of nearly 300 Scheduled at 7 the cantata will be staged in the ward recreation Neighborhood Carols Members of Sixteenth ward are scheduled to meet at the 131 5th Sunday at 6 and begin caroling in the An original Christmas Echoes by Sally will be presented in Midvale First ward chapel Sunday at 11 The Cantadors chorus will sing a cantata in Fifteenth ward 007 1st Christmas day at A Christ mas will be offered at Riv See Page Column 1 President Pleads Cause of DPs In Yule Message Appeals for Brotherly Love To Spur Christian Peace 24 UP Harry M Truman asked the nation Saturday to dedicate itself to brotherly love and find the real meaning of presidents Christmas message was a plea for wars for whom there is no room in the The Truman administration is pressing congress to let another of Europes home Beautiful Story of Christ Child Never Ceases to Awe Children The beautiful story of the Christ Child hi a never ending source of wonder to the younger generation M earh year children learn the scripture Pausing to admire Nativity scene in front of First Presbyterian church are Sharon Ann daughter of and Robert and Kent son of and Joe IS302nd The spiritual return to scene at Bethlehem will dominate services Photo by Brandt Million Pilgrims Hear Pope Start Holy Year at Mass 25 The church bella of Rome rang in the Christmas morn Sunday as 000 pilgrims knelt in Peters to hear Pope Pius XII celebrate the first papal masses of the 1950 holy The bells began to peal at mid One minute past the the pope began his first Christ mas mass in five Thirty minutes later celebrated his sec Then he returned to his pri vate Sistine chapel to recite his third at 1 Peters and the three other big where more than gathered Saturday morn ing for the 500yearold rich in color and that opened the holy were crowd ed At John in thou sands of holy year pilgrims and Romans waited for hours to climb OUlSld Members of Faiths Throne thoiisi Churches on Christmas Eve Bf STAN BOWMAX Christ It blessed ft different road of great faith rather than First and Presbyterian Central to give than to And Saturday night oitiaens of I Centenary and Gkace Salt Lake City were giving First Congregational their time and religious thoughts churches cooperated in the Christ as thoy attended church mas eve Protestants of the city gathered Midnight carol and at their churches or attended comhymn programs were featured munity services at First Presbyj Saturday night at Catholic terian 371 South In the pine and holly decorated sanctuary of First Presbyterian Saturday at 11 church goers heard Laird Love First Methodist speak on Star There is a great People churches throughout the Pontificate at the midnight mass at Cathedral of the Madeleine was Most Duane bishop of Salt Lake Catholic In hU sermon The ChriatmM singularly marked by Almighty was one need not walk in darkness if they of humility and poverty remem wish to follow the star trail to j her was no room for them e incentive and rue It was a scene of gives life he of and of Comparing moderns There upre distractions there following was no celebrating there was stsr trail of today with the Clothing to disturb the Bethlehem was visited ngain by I the wisp men who followed the star In the and quiet peace of trail to Bethlehem more than 1900the morning Mary and Jo the worn marbte staircase up tradition Jesus walked to meet Pontius Brought to from Jerusa lem by mother of the Emperor the stair case is open only on Christmas eve and Christmas But Communists threatened to disrupt the ceremony at one of the four Mary Nearly 400 persons were arrested outside Communist labor head quarters which lies in the shadow of the historic For a time it appeared that tne conflict would spread throughout the Despite a police Commu nists had tried to rally landless peasants at the An estimated 2000 police with riot squad jeeps guarded Mary A double row of armed carabinieri stood be tween the hall and the The second incident occurred outside the Spanish embassy and so came during the rich and lent church Three ttisand persons assembled in front of the embassy and stoned he windows to protest the pres ence of Spanish Foreign Minister Alerto Martin The Communist incidents failed to halt Warriors Replace Judea Shepherds 24 was Christmas eve in Bethlehem where they sang Peace on Good Will To ward but in the hills of where once the shepherds tended tneir troops watched orer a no mans The armed lines of Israel and the Arab world still drawn on the and men with tommy guns peered through night for But the hills re mained quiot and the men could hear the echoes of church bells floating up from the little town ON THE INSIDE SECTION A National t Foreign 4 Editorial 9 Intermountain 10 Local 11 SECTION B Local 12 Sports S Mines and Markets 6 Weather 11 SECTION W Soctetr 18 SECTION H Garden 1U Farm Letter 2 Model Home 8 SECTION M Features 16 Radio Log S WeekEnd Toll Rises to 226 By ASSOCIATED PRKSR Violent death snatched the lives of more than 200 poopla before Christmas day From 6 local time Friday to nearly midnight 226 violent were This included 183 traffic 34 deaths by firs and 20 from mis cellaneous Last Christmas holiday a two day since Christmas fell on Saturday 396 accident deaths were Of Vnia auto mobile accidents accounted for 277 and fires The death list by with traffic fire second and miscel laneous third 3l0 1700 lOO Connecti 040 101 902 300 010 200 100 213 400 ri0 310 LlO New 240 New Jn2 11001 721 years Loveland If one such a trail to Chrirt ta will be lent back seph and the shepherds poured spite the MMir love and adoration for were not See 14 men of many nations who gathered at the shrine of de armed There menr ae in South 300 230 881 100 West 110 100 District oi ll0 004 Lower Budget Predicted For Truman 51 Message 24 Harry S Truman will give congress a reduced budget for next fiscal informed persons said but there was talk that he wont battle for the taxes to force a balance in a single The presidents budget layingdown his program for the 1951 fiscal year beginning next July will go to congress perhaps a week to 10 days after it con venes TagEnd The informants shied away from forecasting1 the precise amount of the saying there are tagend decisions yet to They there will be a reduction of to under tha current years indicated peacetime record high of On the basis of present that would mean another deficit of or more unless there big increase in only in the presidents stated that could balance next years Report cm Policy reports below the top policy making level that ad ministration strategy would to narrow the deficit toward a budget balance in fiscal 1952 or 1953 with Ship Line Ignores Warning on China HONG 24 The Americanowned Isbrandtsen shipping line apparently will con tinue trying to run the Nationalist blockade into Shanghai despite State department warnings to stay away from the Communist held informed sources said They laid there had no change in Isbrandtsen sailing which caii for two ships to sail for Shanghai fol lowed by a third Representatives of all American shipping lines serving Hong Kong wore called to the consulate a week to road and sign the State department warning that Shanghai is a zone of danger in which American liven and prop ertjr ftyHkl not be out fighting for an immediate multibillion tax increase to equa lize income with spending in fiscal is unlikely to be stated baldly in any of the presi dents messages at the opening of the congressional The message statements on taxes will probably be the most carefully last ments in those The president was said to be sure of taking the position that there must be no reductions in to tal tax but he may okay some excise sales tax providing tax hikes are made else where to offset them or yield even Trumans past tax recom mendations to congress have never set forth but left congress to work out the specific means of carrying out his stated He has been silent about what he will do in called displaced find a place The bill has passed the house and is pending n the Love Brings Truman said the love of God and of man is the only solu tion for the worlds Radio microphones were set up n the small music room of his home here to carry his message over all major As he he gave the signal to light the national community Christmas ree on the White House lawn halfway across the Truman sat at a small drop leaf table as he read his message to the The room is a small sitting room which the presidents called the music Across the in the first familys living stood a large Christmas decorated with colored ornaments and We miss the spirit of Christ the president if we consider the incarnation as an in distinct and faroff unrelated No Room In Inn He urged Americans not to for in enjoying their own abund that many families in for eign lands are destitute and torn with despair on this Christmas For as for the holy fam ily on the first there is no room at the Tru to our present prob man He said returning home from Washington he has reread in the family Bible Isaiahs prophecy of the first Help for Stricken Just as Isaiah foresaw the com ing of Truman ao another battler for the summed up the law and the prophets in a glorification of love which he exalts even above faith and In this blessed he con let not blind passion darken our We shall not solve a moral question by dodging We can scarcely hope to have a full Christmas if we turn a deaf ear to the suffering of even the least of Christs little Daughter Sings As he scores of neigh bors clustered outside the gate around the snowcovered lawn of his white frame Saturday night carolers would pass along that singing their ancient hymns of Christmas In his own living the lights of the tree he helped decorate Friday night were Miss Margaret Truman planned to sing with the choir at midnight services at the Episcopal but she will not sing a Bess Truman may attend the serv ices with her but the president probably will remain at Tho president told reporters he helped a little to trim the familys eightfoot Christmas tree Friday But Margaret said her father merely on Pagn Picture REJECT DEMAND Hungarians Claim Vogeler Admits Sabotage 24 Saturday reject ed a demand for the release of Robert and announced that the American communica tions executive had confessed that he was guilty of eco nomic sabotage and criminal ac The note said that Edgar British business colleague of Vogeler and a rela tive of Hollywood Actor George had also admitted his guilt on the same Twelve have been arrested as accomplices of the two foreign Announcement of Vogelers confession came scarcely 24 hours after Hungarys Communist government had revealed that an other Israel was being held an a possible The Hungarian note said that the government could not permit spies and saboteurs to operate in no matter what ttiair note also assailed Britain for suspending AngloHungarian trade talks as a result of Sanders a 38yearold assistant vice president of the International Telephone and Telegraph dis appeared somewhere between Budapest and the Aus trian He was on his way to Vienna to join his wife and two Four days the Hungarian state security office announced that Vogeler and Sanders had been arrested for sabotage and es A communique issued Saturday by the interior ministry elaborated the saying that Vogeler and Sanders built up a largescale spying organization and carried out widespread spying and sabo tage The official statement said the two men had confessed to the charges under the weight of writ ten evidence in possession of BOND TIGHTENS Yugos Agree To Let Planes Land 24 Yugoslavia took a significant step toward tightening its bonds with the western world Saturday by agreeing to let American airliners land within its The Communistcontrolled na tion gave American planes that right as part of a provisional air transport agreement concluded at Belgrade and announced simul taneously in the Yugoslav capital and While the agreement does not provide for immediate Yuogslav flights to this officials of Marshal Titos government made clear they have that In mind for the For the the eastern Eu ropean odds with So viet get landing rights in the American zones of Germany and In the agreement granta a United States to be designated by the permiasion to pick up and dis charge traffic and mail at The airline la expected to be Pan American World Air which coutd gave 800 miles on its New York to Calcutta run by using Belgrade se a way point The new air agreement either country the right to propost Senators Urge Bare Solon Pay Roll 24 Disturbed by rumors of congres sional salary kickbacks and pay roll two senators Saturday urged full public records on office pay rolls of all Both Wayne Morse and Hubert Hum phrey told a reporter they were surprised to learn that official secrecy now hiden the names of persons and amounts of salary for office staffs of all 88 A house rule requires that pay rolls of representatives be kept available for public Former Parnell Thomas now is serving a jail term for putting persons on pay roll who did no work and for pocketing salary returns or kick Its Abominable think its abominable that senate office pay rolls are not pub Humphrey One of the tragedies of government is when suspicion is aroused that all is not open and Morse said he would again press for at least a public hear ing on my bill which certainly should discourage any or pay roll Morse wants every senator to file a sworn statement on first of each year showing all hi sources of from what ever and all operations fa stock or commodity Both Morse Humphrey said that all government pay should be open for public Inspec tion at all Stop Publishing Until when gained brief control of the names and salaries on each senators office staff pub lished at least a But Oco senate dis said it WM stopped at that time and he to give out any information on any senators pay He said indi vidual senators may make public but it is not required by law or senate Names and salaries of all ployes of the senate and all committees now are published least once a year but the private staffs of wen   

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