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Weather Forecast Columbia vicinity: Mostly cloudy and colder tonight. creasing cloudiness and continued High this afternoon in the colder 50's. Low tonight in the mid 30's. High Friday near colder tonight. Friday diminishMissouri: Mostly cloudy, and ing cloudiness and continued cold.

Low tonight 30s northwest, to low 40s southeast. generally Thermometer p.m. Yesterday a.m. 67 65 59 55 54 a.m. Today p.m.

2 48 47 46 47 48 50 51 52 Temperature at Columbia this date since 1890: Highest, 86 in 1940; lowest, 23 in 1896. Sunrise tomorrow, 6:29 a.m.; sunset, 5:17 p.m. Precipitation Past 24 hours .30 This month to date 4.56 Normal this date 2.58 This year 28.78 montie" Normal this year to date 34.02 Last year to date 21.55 Relative humidity at 11 a.m., 54 per cent. River Stages Kansas City 8.3 rise 1.4 Waverly ..12.1 rise 1.7 Boonville 11.4 rise 2.4 Jefferson City 10.4 rise 1.1 High and Low Temperatures Columbia 74-47; Springfield 67- 48; San Francisco 64-59; Chicago 58-44; Boston 76-58; St. Louis 78- 49; Denver 60-37; Atlanta 76-62; New Orleans 80-61; Kansas City 65-48; Omaha 58-38.

Puckett Declares United Nations Day Today is United Nations I Day in Columbia by official proclamation of Mayor Kenneth H. Puckett. The public library observed the day with a special display in case at- the entrance of the library. It features books for boys and girls about other countries. Eight dolls in the native dress of other United Nations countries are ir the case against a background of United Nations Flags.

The display was arranged Monday by Mrs. Janet Byington of the library staff. The dolls were furnished by Miss Jacqueline Chain. Fans Mob Jayne In Milan, Italy MILAN Italy (P) Italian riot police rescued Hollywood's Jayne Mansfield, trembling and barefoot, from a mob of fans early today and sped her in a red jeep to the seclusion of a plush nightclub. near riot in which fans made off with her $1,000 diamond studded garter and her matching gold earrings climaxed day.

Flu Cancels Hickman Band March Flu absences and a wet field will prevent the Hickman High School band from marching at half-time of the Hickman-Webster Groves football game tomorrow night, Leo Behrens, band director, said today. 4000 New, used, abused BOOKS Adams' Books Hobbies 214 N. 8th GI 3-6416 No 20 DOWN PAYMENT CINEMAS COPE In the wonder of STEREOPHONIC SOUND Starring JOANNE WOODWARD SHEREE NORTH JEFFREY HUNTER NOW -ENDS FRIDAY! Doors Open 1:45 6:45 Feature 2:18 7:18 9:21 Plus! Cartoon News Missouri THE SHOWPLACE OF COLUMBIA 3-7328 I MOTION PICTURE OF MIGHT AND CARY GRANT the pride FRANK SINTRA the panics SOPHIA LOREN the flame in STANLEY KRAMER'S MONUMENTAL FILMING OF "THE PRIDE and THE Deited STARTS SATURDAY! Regular Prices SHOWPLACE COLUMBIA Columbia Missourian 2 Oct. 24, 1957 Mollet's Majority Begins Slipping PARIS (LP) The strong majority Guy Mollet counted on to support proposed new through govern- his ment began slipping fingers today. Some of the Independent Conservatives the premier designate hoped would support him or at least abstain said today would oppose him in the Nathey tional Assembly vote.

If many of the Independent, led by former premier Antoine Pinay, Molwere similar action, either would be defeated in let his attempt to become France's 24th postwar premier or would win by only a shaky margin that would give him an unstable rule. The 108 Independent and the 74 Popular Republican (MRP) deputies were expected to tell him tohow they will vote. Mollet day is expected 'program his proposed cabinet and before the National Assembly Monday, 3 Years Added To Inmate's Term JEFFERSON CITY (UP) Howard McKnight Nunn, 34-year-old prison inmate, yesterday was sentenced to serve an additional three years for escape. Nunn was sentenced in the Cole County Circuit Court here in connection with a prison break last month. Nunn, who was serving a 20- year sentence for a Kansas City murder, escaped over the wall of the main penitentiary Sept.

26. He was captured by state highway patrolmen the next day near Bonnots Mill. Also captured under a brush pile was Nunn's companion in the prison break, Paul Edward Kenton, who is serving a life-sentence for the murder of a fellow convict during the 1954 prison riots. Dr. Elliott to Give Lectures in Fulton Dr.

William Elliott, professor of government at Harvard University, will deliver the annual John Findley Green lectures at Westminster College today and Friday in honor of United Nations Day. Mrs. Frank Oldham and Mrs. Tom Putnam of Columbia will take an exhibit of United Nations material and League of Women Voters publications to Fulton in further observance of United Nations Day. The of the lectures at 8 tonight be "'The Uses and first, Limits of the United Nations in Relation to American Foreign Policy." "Meeting the Political Strategy and A Tactics of the Soviet and (hinese Communits Bloc in the lost Stalin Period." will be the ecture at 10 a.m.

tomorrow. The observance will be at the First Presbyterian Church in Fulton. Blair to Visit Kentucky Friends JEFFERSON CITY (P Gov. Blair flies to Kentucky today for a visit with personal friends and look at harness racing. The governor plans to spend the next few days in Louisville and Lexington, Ky.

He will attend a special harness race at Churchill Downs Saturday. Blair said he would fly back from Kentucky to St. Louis Sunday night to address the opening of the National Convention of Osteopathic Surgeons. 31 Deer Shot JEFFERSON CITY (A) The first 23 days of Missouri's archery season produced 31 deer, just two less than in last year's 31-day season. Latest successful bow hunter reported by the state Conservation Commission yesterday was Roland Knott of Washington, Mo.

The season runs through November this year. Boone Co. Recorder Attends State Convention of Clerks Mrs. Betty Saunders, county recorder, is in Jefferson City today attending the annual convention of the state circuit clerks and recorders. Sen.

George Spencer, Columbia, spoke this afternoon on the new state juvenile code, U.S. Sen. Stuart Symington is scheduled to speak tomorrow morning. THE COLUMBIA MISSOURIAN Published ed every week day evening bY the University Missourian Suciation Ninth and Elm Streets In Walter Williams Hall, Telephone Nu G1 2-3161 Entered st the Postoffice at Columbia Mo. as secon class mail matter SUBSCRIPTION RATES BY $1.00 monte $10.00 8 year MAIL.

In Boune County 78c Per month months $2.00 months $3.00 gear $5.00 BY MAIL In Adjoining Counties Per month months $2.00 months $4.00 year $7.00 ELSEWHERE Per month $1.00 months $3.00 months $6.00 Fear $12.00 SINGLE COPIES Five Centa. COPIES BY MAIL Items marked (UP) are used on the authority of the United Press Association and those marked (AP) are used OD the authority of the Associated Press The Missourian receives all day service by leased tele. graph wire Telephones: G1 2-3161 All departmenta. Waterfowl Season Will Begin Tomorrow in Swamped Areas JEFFERSON CITY souri's waterfowl season opens tomorrow, accent on water in 1 some places. But the current cool weather, downright cold to the north, has swept in additional flights of a ducks and geese, brightening prospects for a lot of scattergunners.

It may be almost a marine. operation at the state Conservation area in Swan Lake Federal Refuge near Mendon, Mo. Unofficial rain gauges there showed up to 10 inches precipitation in the past 48 hours and some of the hunting pits are full of water. DOUBLE-TAKE -By BOB BARNES. DENTIST "He shows wants to be so much interest, think he a dentist." OUR BOY Bing Crosby Weds Kathy Grant, 23 LAS VEGAS, Nev.

-Crooner Bing Crosby was married today to 23-year-old actress Kathy Grant at St. Anne's Catholic church. Crosby, a widower since the death of his wife, Dixie, five years ago, wore a blue pin-stripe suit. Miss Grant, a Texas-born actress, was wearing a white dress and mink coat. The balding, 53-year-old singer, said he and his bride would fly to Los Angeles before making further plans for a honeymoon.

Jury Awards $600 To Ronald D. Woods A Circuit Court jury awarded $600 damages yesterday afternoon to Ronald D. Woods in his suit against W. E. and Myrtle Hinshaw.

The jury found for Mrs. Hinshaw but for Woods against Hinshaw on the plaintiff's allegation of negligence on the part of the Hinshaws when his car and a horse owned by the Hinshaws collided Nov. 14, 1956. Woods claimed the Hinshaws left a gate open, allowing the horse to get onto the road. He asked $750 damages plus $100 for not being able to use his car while it was being repaired.

Hospital Discharges Injured Sedalia Man Harry Stout, Sedalia, who was critically injured last month was discharged from the University Hospital yesterday. Stout was injured while removing steam pipes for one of the shop buildings at the M-K-T shops in Sedalia. He suffered a multiple fracture of the skull, laceration on the right side of the forehead and his right eye was bruised. Columbia Produce Butter: Wholesale, 73 cents; retail, 83 cents. Eggs, large, 24 cents; small, 12 cents.

Hens: large 11 cents; small, 6 cents. Roosters: large, 7 cents; small, 6 cents. PARKADE Drive-In Theatre DORIS DAY and FRANK SINATRA'! together! and oh so Young at Heart WARNER BROS. present it an WARNERCOLOR GIG ETHEL DOROTHY YOUNG BARRYMORE MALONE TECHNICOLOR Ends Tonite! Today's Daily Record THE RAIN had stopped this morning however, a and commission employes were trying to pump and swab out the pits and blinds to have as many as possible ready for the opening. Waterproof clothing will be a must for al' hunters there.

And some of the rural roads leading to the from the were under water That means, the commission said, all hunters must come into Swan Lake from the north on M-139. could shoot blind on any the past stromly, four hunters one day. But tomorrow, because all the blinds will not be usable, whenever a group fills the limit they must move out to let other hunters use the blind. AN ESTIMATED 46,000 geese, mostly Canadas, are resting and feeding in the refuge. The heavy rains have made water conditions perfect at Fountain Grove area near Swan Lake, and a few additional hunters can be accommodated there, the commission reportea.

Yesterday's cold front also was reported to have pushed some flights of waterfowl into southern Missouri. The season opens at a half hour before sunrise throughout the state excert around Swan Lake, where the opening is delayed until noon. C. of C. Suspects Racket Operation A furnace repair racket may be operating in Columbia, Charles C.

Isely executive secretary of the Chamber of Commerce, warned today. Isely said he has received several telephone calls this week from residents inquiring about men representing themselves as inspectors or representatives of a safety organization. These solicitors have no connection with the fire department or the Columbia Safety Council, Isely said. The furnace repair racket has flourished in the United States recently, Isely said. Perpetrators usually gain admittance by representing themselves as representatives of an official safety organization and then take advantage of the householders' lack of detailed knowledge about heating equipment.

Circuit Court Hadley White, a former employe of Boone County Hospital, was unable to make bond yesterday. He was charged with grand larcendy in Circuit Court for the theft Saturday of a $65 wrist watch frorn a patient, Tom Douglass of McBaine. White was bound over to Circuit Court after waiving a preliminary hearing. Unable to post the $1,000 bond he remained in county jail. $2,960 damage suit of Chester Algier, Boone County farmer, against Woodward Implement Co.

and Patterson Bain, involving an alleged defective tractor was dismissed by Judge W. M. Dinwiddie in Circuit Court this morning. The suit was dropped on request of the plaintiff, with court costs assessed against the defendants. A judgment of $595.60 was granted Industrial Metals, Inc.

today against Robert G. Lewis of Lewis Heating Sheet Metal Co. The company charged only partial payment had been made in 1955 and no further payments on equipment. At the Hospitals Boone County Admitted yesterday: Mrs. Frances Reed, Miss Kathryn Jacobs, Mrs.

Edith Barker, Albert Sweitzer, Miss Heidi Jalof, Val Bayer, Miss Louise Cooley, Roy Miller, Mrs. Jeanne Jose. Discharged yesterday: Robert R. Benedict, Mrs. Arnsta Henderson and daughter, JoAnn Bell, Edgar Van Bushish, Joe Clark, Gregory Carl Ganks, Patsi Velma Clark, Jack Gainey, Lenore Fjeld.

Admitted today: Allen Hoefelman, Mark Nienhuesen, Mrs. Betty Zerrer, Mrs. Belle Bartness. Discharged today: Ivan Morris, Joe Hutchinson, Edgar Burk. Student Health Clinic Admitted yesterday: Donald W.

Hymer, Kathryn L. Ratcliff, William L. Ellison James R. Bourne, Nancy J. Pra her, Marilyn Mullen, Mike Howell, Robert E.

Haine, Dolly Pohnert, Burton Cargil, Patricia L. Moore, Martin B. Migdall, Acar Kilicloglu, Alfred P. Riggens, Marian Bulekamp, Vivian L. Walker, T.

Joseph Simonds, Carol H. Taylor, William B. Muckler, William D. Buss, Tyrone Thompson, Dennis Buchanan, Gus Sample, Robert Rosenthal, David Mann, Antonette Sullivan, Wayne Howard, Richard L. Saxton, Robert W.

Hill, Edward W. Hindes, Dan R. Gilven, Merle D. Smith, M. Anthony Halaney, Robert P.

Cassidy, Margaret Eckhoff, Jack Dun. can, William W. Saifer and James G. Thorne. Discharged yesterday: James Carberry, Eugene Feager, Gay Bickel, Arthur Davis, Larry Mills, Theodore Pearce, Robert Smith, Anthony Heckemeyer, Virgil Hill, Gerald Stanb, Martha Schnetz, Brucine Strifling, Gloria Pigman, Joyce Pace, Kathleen Shannon, Linda Kay, Cheryl Capps, Carole Taylor, Richard Dirdeck, Leroy Eigman, Jack Mann, Norman Bartlett, Francis Conete and Howard Peterson.

University Hospital Admitted yesterday: Mrs. Marilyne Long, Broadway Barracks; Mrs. Ruth Loraine Bea, 1207 Lake. view Mrs. Thelma E.

Scott, Macon; Mrs. Virginia Gray Harris, Edgerton, and Mrs. Eliza Jane Watson, Hayti. Discharged yesterday: Mrs. Zula Swager, Stockton; Mrs.

Retha McDaniel, California; Jerry Nichols, Fulton; Jesse Franklin Miller, Adrian; Anthony Steven Luebbering, Tipton; Harry Stout, Sedalia; Miss Mary Powell, 509 Walnut St. and Miss Katherine Rayborn, East Prairie. Police Reports Anderson Wood Harris III, 21, was issued a summons at 8:23 p.m. yesterday at Schwabe. Lane and Old Highway 40 on a charge of speeding.

Elmer Harvey, 38, was arrested on a warrant for unpaid traffic tickets at 9:30 a.m. today at the Columbia Fruit Co. He was released on bond and is to appear in court tomorrow. Stolen hubcaps were reported by John Ray, 1319 Lakeview at 12:45 p.m. today.

Ray said they were stolen from his parked car on Alton Avenue between Eighth Street and Range Line Avenue some time Tuesday night. B. E. Allen at 10:04 a.m. today that half-keg reported, of penny nails and a large amount of roofing nails were stolen from the construction area on East Parkway Drive.

The The ThE ADUENTURES OF OMAR KhAYYAM WiDE REnTE HAVES TAVIOR VISTA VISION he Frank Freeman, Jr. he William Dietarie te Barri Lyndon a Paramount Picture NOW SHOWING! Phone 3-3492 Theatre MATINEE 2:00 EVE. 7:00 9:00 MISSOURI WORKSHOP THEATRE presents the first in a series of three productions "Streetcar Named Desire" By Tennessee Williams November 1-2 Jesse Auditorium Tickets on sale now at the Cashier's Window, Jesse Hall Admission $1.00 Minor Accidents Curtis, 21, struck a Police, report car driven by truck at Missouri Avenue and Rollins Street at 8:30 a.m. today. Police say Curtis told them he had honked at some girls and when he looked up he saw the truck turning left onto Rollins Street.

He said he tried to swerve hitting the truck. Three persons declined immedlate treatment after receiving minor injuries in an accident at 5:45 p.m. yesterday one mile west of Route and junction about 10 miles west of Columbia on Highway 40. Peter Kyger, 65, Centralia, his wife and third passenger received minor injuries after police say Kyger's car skidded into a car driven by George Blankenship, 47, Hermann. No summons was issued.

Births At Boone County Hospital WALDEN A 5-pound, ounce boy to Mr. and Mrs. Fred Walden, 811 Hardin at 8:29 a.m. yesterday. JOSE A girl to Mr.

and 1 Mrs. James Jose, 68 Lee Del Trailer at 8:38 p.m. yesterday. COLEMAN A 9-pound 2-ounce boy to Mr. and Mrs.

Emmett Coleman, Route 5, at 1:38 a.m. today. At University Hospital HOFFMAN A 4-pound boy, to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hoffman, Mexico, 8:50 p.m.

yesterday. Municipal Court Clarence E. Enyart paid a $5 fine today for trespassing on a vate parking lot. Eddie G. Hardin, 22, paid a fine of $15 for speeding.

He was stopped Tuesday at Stewart Road and Thilly Avenue. David V. G. Brydon, 20, paid a $2 fine after being issued a war. rant for an unpaid parking violation.

Judge Tilford Sims signed warrants issued to nine persons charged with parking meter violations: H. W. Howell, Milton J. Hellweg, Jerry James, Bandy Jacob, Jesse Jacobs, Murrel Jackson Joe Jackson IV, Brian Hutcherson, Edwin Huskey. Marriage Licenses Raymond Lee Robb, 25, Columbia, and Shirley Kathleen Gallup, 19, Route 7.

Horace Vernon Harrison, 35, Ashland, and Alice Louise Stuart, 36, Columbia. Real Estate Sales Mr. and Mrs. L. C.

Henderson have sold property on Bradford Street between Railroad and Singleton streets in Centralia to Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Mills for an indicated $10,000. Mr. and Mrs.

William D. Powell have sold property on Glenwood Avenue to Mr. and Mrs. William H. Elder Jr for an indicated $2,000.

Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Lewis have sold property on Green Avenue in Centralia to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lee Roberts for an indicated $1,000.

If you want to buy or sell, try a Missourian Want Ad. BROADWAY PHONE 3-6243 Open 6:30 Starts 7:00 One Complete Showing Starts 7:00 At 7:00 Only VISTAVISION Paramount presents TO HITCHCOCK'S GRANT THIEF CATCH KELLY GRACE TECHNICOLOR Cater I ONLY Eleanor 3 She strange led lives! "LIZZIE" PLUS COLOR CARTOON Dow Jones Averages 2 p.m. stock averages: 30 indus 439.67 up 2.54 20 rails 114.15 up 1.03 15 utils 63.96 up 0.41 65 stocks 149.30 up 0.98 Closing N. Y. Stocks Close Net Chg Admiral Allied Ch Allis Chal Am Airline Am Am Tob Anaconda And Pri Atchison Beech Airc Beth Steel Boeing Air Bran Airw Celanese Chi Chrysler Cities Sve 52 Cont Can 40 Cont Oil Dow Chem Du Pont Eagle Food Mach 47 Ford Mot Gen Elec Gen Motors Goodyear Gulf Oil 112 Here Pdr Homestk Int Harv Int Shoe Kan Kan Lone Cem Marq Cem 29 Martin CO Minn 0 Mo Pac A 29 Monsan Ch Mont Ward Nat Bisc Nat Gyps Ny Central 19 No Am Av Ohio Oil Olin Math Peabody Coal Penny, JC 2 Phill Pet 38 Plough Proct RCA Rayonier Reyn Met St.

Jos Lead Sears Roeb Sinclair Socony Spen Chem Std Oil Cal Stoke Van Sun Chem Tran Air Un Pac 25 Rub 36 West EL Woolworth Closing average 60 stocks 157.2, up .5. Stock Gains Cut By Profit-Taking NEW YORK (P--The stock market today railed to maintain a vigorous early follow-through to terday's historic rally. It lost best gains in two waves of profittaking but managed to close with a moderate raise. Gains and losses of fractions to around a point were scattered among pivotal issues. Some key stocks slipped 2 points or more.

The Associated Press average of 60 stocks, rose 50 cents to $157.20 with industrials up 70 cents, the he rails down 20 cents and the utilities up 60 cents. Of 1,224 issues traded, advances totaled 612 and declines 420. There were 55 new lows for the year and two new highs, Alleghany preferred and Carter Products. Volume totaled 4,030,000 shares compared with 4,600,000 yesterday. Last St Louis Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, UP) (USDA) --Hogs slow; barrows and gilts.

180 lbs up unevenly 25-40 lower; lighter weigats fully 50 lower; sows and boars 25 to spots 50 sower; bulk U. S. No. 1-3 largely No. 2-3, 180-260 lb barrows and gilts 16.75-17.00; mostly No.

1-2 around 190-240 lb 17.10-35; most mixed grade 150-170 lb 16.00- 75; 120-140 lb 15.25-16.00; sows No. 1-3 400 lb down 16.50-75; heavier sows 16.00-50; boars over 250 lbs mostly 13.00; ughter weights 13.50, few 13.75. Cattle calves 700; uneven; good and choice steers and mixed yearlings at 21.00-23.50; utility and commerciai cows at 12.50-15.00; bulls unchanged; most utility and commercial 15.00 16.50; canner and cutter bulls 11.00-14.50; vealers and calves active and fully steady; good and choice vealers largely 22.00-25.00; standard and low good vealers 15.00-21.00; good and choice 250-450 lb slaughter calves 16.00 20.00; utility and standard 12.00-15.00. Sheep 700, active; lambs strong to mostly 50 higher; ewes unchanged; good and choice wooled lambs largely 17.50-21.00; mostly choice 21.00-50; utility and good lots 14.00-17.50; cull and utility 10.00-13.50; part deck utility and good shor, lambs No. 1 pelts 17.50; most native feeding lambs 16.00-17.50; cull to choice slaughter ewes 5.00-7.00.

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