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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - December 16, 1957, Florence, South CarolinaPage the Florence morning news. Florence. S. C monday morning december 16, is ? today s to highlights 10 m. Garry Moore 8 Durwood Kirby makes out his Christmas list. A jazz combo made up of new yorkers in the and to and journalistic world will have a Jam session. P. M. Rin lorm 8 Lake Florence a brought up to Dale. Or. Kenneth Lawrence originator of the project will have with him a Host of City county and soil conservation service officials in addition to congressman Mcmillan. P. M. Waller incl Roll Lile g _ the fallen a racketeer informs on his co Horts. 10 . Suspicion 21 3 10 Dan Duryca stars capitulates with a Barb Yehudi Menuhin gives up fight against ban on concert encores g 10 p. M. Siut Lio one 5 no deadly the final in two part drama by Arthur Lailey starring Lee j. Cobb. A doctor and his assistant clash Over circumstances of a pre mature birth and a cancer diag Nosis. M. Tonight 2 6 10 Lack. Parr plays Host to Singer Snooky Lanson and comic Jack Deleon. Comedian Cliff Arquette is guest for week. Monday a Bow Florence Channel 8 Garry Moore Arthur Psi Frej strike it Rich hotel cosmopolitan love of life i2r3u new movie matinee Deal the clock Houa Early Arlene Francis show treasure Hunt Price is item truth or con Quence tic tac Dot Irh it could be you moult time Marinec a ride and Groom news weather Doug Edwards Newt Zorro Robin Hood Burns and Allen Walter Winchell file Danny Thomas december Bride the Kneup you Bel your life Wusn-charles7on-Channel 2 diff payoff Beulah country slyly . Secret to storm Edge of night cartoon carnival vespers sports Industry on Parade platform matinee theatre Queen for a Day modern romances my Little Margie Lumy 2 ranch Looney tunes news weather afloat and afield Garry Moore Arthur Godfrey strike it Rich hotel cosmopolitan love of life search for tomorrow guiding Light Betty Feezor show As the world turns Susie Art Linkletter a Btu Charlotte Channel 3 broken Arrow Craig Kennedy Golden playhouse whys Fargo Twenty one Highway patrol suspicion weather Newi broken Arrow Robin Hood Burns find Allen Talent scouts Danny Thomas december Bride studio one Weatherman talc news Porte final late show big payoff verdict is yours brighter Day secret storm Edge of night my Little Little rascals Annie Oakley news Weatherman Spann Orama Csc Charleston Cha net 5 Garry Moore big payoff Esso reporter the verdict is yours 7ioo foreign legion brighter Day Robin Nwoka secret storm Burns pc Allen Edge of night Talent scouts Superman Danny Thomas show mouse club december Bride foreign Cju Annaire studio one weather report Cross current sport scope late news Arthur Godfrey strike it Rich Lott l cosmopolitan love of life search for tomorrow guiding Light on camera As the world turns beat uie clock House parly Mfd Wilmington Channel 6 Ailene Francis show treasure Hunt Price is night strike it Rich Newi love of life message for today guiding Light Tex and Jinx Howard Miller show Bride mid Groom matinee theatre brighter any secret storm Kulpe in comedy time kiddie time Looney tunes safari weather wis Columbia Channel 10 news Dolik Edwards whirly Bardi playhouse Tombstone territory Twenty one lineup suspicion weather Academy theatre today Arlene Francu treasure Hunt Price is right truth or con quenches tic tac dough it could be you news farm report Palmetto playhouse breakfast gub Herb Oscar Anderson Abc new music in the morning women in the news weather Bureau news and markets slim mems Paul Harvey Ririe and Groom matinee theatre Queen for a Uay modern Romance Elondia Cactus Quave Mel s kiddie land Looney tunes men s Wear today s weather sports spotlight Wjmx-970 music for the Harl another Chance visit Wilh slurs news Jim Reeves show Abc news club 970 gospel train news top thirty club. _ Pete High school program record Hooi news farm Feal Urc news Here s to vets voice of Clemson Cal her tides Ivy my news news news markets after Houn Swap and shop words of meditation late news Abc news sports scope news o. S. S. Win Wilh restless gun Wells Fargo Twenty one or. Hudson suspicion weather late n Cwi ton Ghl n. Cascill weather words and music Myrv Rufin show Abc news Bill Kemp news record room people in news new York dec. 15 us Vio Inist Yehudi Menuhin has Given up his one Man fight against the staid new York philharmonic or in Chestra and its hallowed Trade j Lions. He Sank a few sarcastic barbs in its very proper Slier front first however. Menuhin has been guest soloist at the orchestra s Carnegie Hall concerts. He flouted tradition and a tight broadcast schedule thurs Day by playing an encore. He did it again Friday. Encores Are simply not done at the philharmonic. The orchestra management takes the rather ele valid View that great guest stars come and go but the orchestra is greater than some of its parts. Also the concerts Are precisely timed for broadcasting and encores disrupt the schedule. The management outraged at Menuhin s first transgression of its Well known rules politely but firmly requested him not to do it again. After a second offence it went Over his head to his Mana Ger. Yesterday Menuhin gave in. And treated the warmly applaud ing audience which included members of he orchestra to a Short acid Ulous speech in lieu of a musical Bonus. I am not allowed he said after he had taken several bows and it appeared that he a night play an encore despite Tho Tjan. I am not sure you Are allowed to applaud he went on i am sure that if Bach could realize what dam age even two or three minutes of his music both Menuhin s encores were do to the traditions and budget of his great orchestra he would be very sorry. In spite of the fact thit this orchestra unlike Many others seems to be run by no musical or extra musical forces i would like to assure you for myself and in the name of my colleagues Here on the stage that we love and Are grateful for your enthusiasm and that you May applaud whenever and As Long As you the management victorious bul slightly Pink in the face said through its assistant manager George e. Judd the orchestra has no feud with or. Menuhin think his statement Speaks for it self. Paris dec. 15 nations rotary general Paul Henri Spaak today he Hopes next week s Summit conference will reach o perfectly workable agreement that the conference would not revolve around the Axis of the United he said that in View of All the recent International developments he Felt in principle on establishing mis Jit necessary for bile launching Europe. Bases in Western make a general the Alliance examination Lac new he added however he does not As to the precise Agenda for the think the 15 Heads of government Summit talks he said these Are will be Able to Iron out Ali details Heads of governments who Are on the delicate and Complex ties meeting. They Are perfectly free Tion. To bring up anything they choose. The United states is prepared Spaak did say however. In an to offer intermediate Range to questions that he thought Listic missiles Lonato partners it Likely the algerian rebellion who want them. They arc not sex would be discussed. He dodged peeled to be in production How question about Cyprus Ever until late next year. I he said he thought it natural leaders of several ideation j that the Heads of government to the Summit conference have would discuss the letters that pre said in the last few Days that no Mier Nikolai Bulgarin has been final agreement on missile bases j sending to the West. Asked if will lie reached. The final yes or nato had any direct comm uni no. They said must be Given Byi cation from Rte Lunnin. Spaak said parliaments of their countries. Alas and Sparks somewhat More optimism his face tic Outlook on this major question cami1 during a news conference by most of the 1.20ti Cor i Mients accredited to the con Fen ice. Told the newsmen from smile wreathed associated press has 17 reporters at nato Parley Paris. Dor. 15 ils in Veteran Cuicci Poi Nils Wilh Broad experience did n of 10 Lanai built s will finer the nato Summit conic i Isicc fur the Cia cd pics. Tili in ill in Vorlop meals and in hand in i will he transmuted in. Most . Icily n special of flee in Llu of Chaillot Cun of Francc Lim Dii if in the in York us out the world by lines and radio trip Type. Pm Ito will provided by Rich their Pic Trofi will he by Radin from the Ripul in port Naticc on a Bius Iii an phial of Noil Lar in inc palais or f Hill of. Mansfield asks Ike to Cut Down on foreign Aid Washington dec. 15 we sen. Mansfield a Mont advocated to Day a slash in president Eisen Hower s new foreign Aid program to somewhere in the neighbourhood of and 3 Bil lion the Montana senator a Mem Ber of the foreign relations com Mittee who helped Cut this year s appropriations by approximately a billion dollars in the last ses Sion of Congress said he will fight for further cuts in next year s program. I think the nearly four billion dollars the administration will seek for the next fiscal year is entirely too he told a re Porter. We be got to get away from the idea that dollars provide the answer to the difficulties of coun tries in need of assistance what we need instead of More dollars is More new ideas and policies which take cognizance of the changing facts of life in other special to the news Ceitaw dec. 15 recognition of unit leaders Den Moth sponsoring institutions installation of officers and a talk by j. W. Jelks director of Industrial relations of the j. P. Stevens co. Featured the first annual Chester Field District Scouters banquet at the Chesterfield elementary school. Thirty four individuals interested n the scouting program attended he dinner me eting from Cheraw to hear Jelks speak on durable human relations. Manning Malloy conducted the installation service during which f. S. Jack Douglas of Chesterfield was made chairman of the Chesterfield scout District. Kelly Traynham was made vice chairman and Dewey Stokes com missioner. Dinner was served by the indies of White Oaks presbyterian Church after which the scout Atli was presented by the three Scouters. Or. Douglas paid tribute to scout leaders who served miss i seniors and faculty of Green sea High school have chosen Sora Eubanks of miss i miss. She is a daughter of or. Ond mrs. Fulton Floyd of of can sea she plans to filler Winthrop College and major in phys i Cal education. Hungary eyes Cut in wages and Champagne Budapest dec. 15 cuts and Champagne Are the sur Prises Christmas hns in store for hungarians. J the number of bottles of Cham up Agni to lie imported for the hol iday season officially was announced at but the number of workers and employees affected by a five per cent wage Cut is secret. Workers of several Budapest plants went Home this weekend with less Money in their crickets isl week it was to tiny. Reports arc circus latin in tin1 about worker.1. Mei Lings in various in topics. Bul Budapest s Lus not mention re them nor did the Pipii a carry Iny if lowering if wages. The i is my was forecast in do Nisi a form by n up karal. The or Gifu of Hungary s Coin Nui Trade Union which this week said no less than Foo million in rings of were paid Over and above the wage increases following the counter the newspaper termed the refunding of the illegally paid wages an unpopular which however must he pro ruled to prevent in Infra Llyn nil it deterioration in the economic to encore or not to encore violinist Menuhin gives up his fight a photo fax Chesterfield cites leaders in scouting As chairmen of the recently concluded successful finance Campaign. He then introduced w. E. Stall Worth who praised the Progress made in scouting in Chesterfield county and who then recognized the various leaders. Patrick Bohan the Field executive s report and then j. R. Thomas introduced the speaker of the evening. Jelks told the group that scouting was an important Factor in cultivating in boys those ideals on which durable human relations Are based. He listed eight Points necessary to achieving Good human relations on which tie Hopes and future of Mankind depend i acceptance of change 2 sensitivity to wrong. 3 Confidence in right 4 instinct to do the right thing 5 understanding of positions and problems different from ones own c integrity 7 peacefulness and Fol regard for principles As opposed to expediency. Reporters photos get credentials for Parley by Eddy Gilmore Paris. Dec. 15 w a Petite French blonde named Simone ser Vais today opened up the biggest enter National press Center in the history of modern european communications. I am very glad to see she smiled prettily won t you Lave a from 1.867 reporters photographers radio and to men and women there was t a single of major Milestone in journalistic unanimity. Miss Servais is assistant press officer for the Dato Summit meet ing and acted As hostess for the official opening of the sprawling Iress Center in the palais de Cahili of. Business activities began nato Secretary general Paul Henri Spaak of Belgium holding a Nass news conference. The first question was asked by correspondent for the French communist newspaper l human be. He asked for information Ghoul nato s infrastructure secret lop stuff an expert . Spaak brushed Lim Olf politely and in. J silly two minutes later we Eric lit news conference was Over i Wal kill into the ii was immediately surrounded by news men. Thirty minutes later Spaak was still surrounded. Behind him stood a Phalanx of eight French bar maids who operated on the Prin Ciple of serving the largest drinks this Side of the Sahara desert. After All it was t their whiskey. Down near another bar. Miss Servais was surrounded. She explained sweetly she had issued 967 press cards to correspondents rep resenting 450 papers in 38 coun tries of the world. She said she had handed out 900 i cards to radio commentators. nato get together about 20 newsmen Are accredited irom Iron curtain countries. As usual squads of policemen health problem Cali or. Joe w. Phillips phone 7s22 chiropractor in the Trust opposite Post office correction if there Are any reservations left after Decem Ber 25 you May invite guest for the new year s eve dance v. F. W. Club subway strike will continue operators say new York dec 15 in strik ing subway Moto Rinen voiced shouting approval today of their leaders determination to continue the strike in Spile of a new peace proposal from Alvayor Robert wag Ner. Meanwhile trains still were run Ning slightly More than 70 per cent of Normal even on the usual curtailed sunday schedule same 700 Motorman crowded into the Central Plaza Hall on Sec Ond Avenue and 500 More stood outside listening to loudspeakers. They greeted with approval a suggestion that they put off a formal vote until a meeting tomorrow. There appeared no doubt from their response to leaders speeches that they would go along with the plan to continue the strike rejecting the mayor s proposal. The Motorman a benevolent Assn which claims motor men As members and has support from several other Craft groups Haa badly curtailed subway serv ice for the past week although the tremendous snarls of the first few Days Hud eased off by the week end. What will happen to the harassed subway commuter Mon Day morning was very much up in the air. A representation election for All the subway employees was to be held during the Day with Mike Quill s Afl-c10 transport workers Union expected to win without trouble the bargaining rights for the entire system. The Motorman s demand that they be represented As a Craft Union in bargaining with the transit authority is the main Issue in the strike however the authority on recommendation of a fact finding group has decreed that subway workers must pick one Union to represent All. The transit authority sent registered letters to the 664 Motorman who were absent saturday warn ing them that their jobs would be filled if they do not return to work. Soon your Job will be filled either by a Motorman returning to work or by a new the letter said. If you Are still absent when the quota is filled there will be no Job for you the authority predicted subway service will be operating 80 per cent of Normal monday. The mayor who is in the role of mediator since the once City operated subways Are now run by an autonomous City slate authority made his new proposal last night. He said if the strikers would re turn to work the transit authority would join in an application to get four mba leaders out of jail. And also had agreed to set up a fund to take care of inequities for certain subway employees. He named former Federal judge Simon Rifkind to act As an impartial referee in considering any cases against individual wide Range european editors View Summit Parley London. Dec. 15 i Western Europe s editorial reaction to the nato Summit meeting ranged to Day from cautious optimism to downright scepticism that the con Ference will product anything c. Dispatches from the More than newspapermen gathered in the French capital filled the european press. Even London s sensational Sun Day tabloids cast aside some spicy material to report and comment on what was described As the biggest meeting since the Paris Faaee conference of 1919." More european1 newspapers agreed that interdependence is the big theme. The stakes Are too pro claimed Home s influential ii Mes s a g g e r o. Every government must sacrifice something for the general Vienna s. Independent die pres be warned that nato must re store Confidence in the Orch e United stages and Russia might come to their own agree ment Over the Heads of the Little West German papers voiced Lope the conference would gel to grips with the problem of German unification. But one West Berlin paper the a dependent Telegram predicted that Chancellor Adenauer will subordinate All other questions even German reunification to Security for the West German Federal the British left Wing weekly new statesman gloomily predicted the whole affair will turn out an Over publicized fiasco. Like the american a More hopeful note was sounded by the Independent British Sun Day paper the observer. It said he Western statesmen could help Ron out conflicting interest by set ing up a system of consultation on High policy. This would apply the observer suggested on matters such As the Suez affair British policy in Cyprus and the French troubles in Algeria. The one crucial the observer said is How far they Are prepared to go to accept the political consequences of their in guarded the press Entrance. Four uniformed men stopped every Cor is pendent 100 Yards away from the first door. They scrutinized the nato press card. Must have some other document Monsieur. One with a i showed them an Alabama driving no photo photograph. They stood smartly to attention and saluted. Fifth Yards away two uni formed cops and two men barred the Way. They wanted documents too. The Alabama driving License worked like a Charm. A newsman who showed his British passport was held a very Long Lime. Photographers and to men and women. She three times As Many correspondents were covering this the flood of warning letters from soviet Premier Bulgarin Drew words of caution from the conservative sunday times. The sunday times said that in Hie nuclear age the Choice for the great Powers is Between appeasement and strength for the lesser Powers Between material ism and French newspapers had Little editorial comment but the communist l humanity declared the main purpose of the conference is to establish nuclear bases in France. Most sunday papers in Sweden had cautiously worded editorials on the conference. The Liberal Dagens Nyseter with an Eye on president Eisenhower insisted what is needed now is not dramatic personal cops Picu Rusness hut an adaptation to the new military and technical i Xiluo Tion that is just taking dutch newspapers with the indonesian troubles strongly in mind were hopeful something woul j be worked out to provide for future political consultation on common problems. Record hits make Christtna extra merry with i i records. We offer a wide selection of Long playing records from jazz to great classics. Deleon Finklea 400 West Cheves strikers. The mayor already had promised there would be no sum Mary earlier today Frank Zelano acting head of the mba while the other leaders Are in jail said the mayor s proposal was completely against our he said introduction of the wage Issue was something have never brought that Issue to the he reiterated the strikers six Point program for settlement which deals mainly with letting the Motorman s own leaders Han dle bargaining and grievances for them rather than Quill s Twu. At the meeting today the strik ers heard their attorney Louis Waldman urge the mayor to Clar Ify his proposals because he was dealing with Motorman not Phil Adelphia now showing suspense clutches your heart 89 technicolor Joh Gregson Peter Finch. Cartoon news features Gary Grant Frank Sinatra and Sophia Loren in the Pride and the passion lumber building material phone 2-1443 we deliver see us for your building needs club mascots Elliott Gin co. 500 Athens St. Off Darlington Hwy. Phone 2-1443 Florence s. C. 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