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Bluefield Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - August 4, 1954, Bluefield, West Virginia PAGE TWO-BLUEFIELD DAILY TELEGRAPH, BLUEFIELD, W. VA. Wedneaday Morning, August 4, I954 Stock Market Continues Upward Climb Comparable To Boom Sessions Of 1929 JlnfljCXiUfl    AdrfNewìmpetus JU    ™    I    NEW    YORK    Au*    S    m    —    Th* Net Change Tuer Prey, day NEW YORK. Au*. J 1* - Th. SS» «i «* Itld 15 RI* 13 Г til М Stk* Princeton Council Tables Two Proposed Ordinances 1955 Budget Set At Half-Million Year ago 1*54 h.gn 5 »5* Io» 1953 h.gh '-853 low Stock Market continued to climb to new height* today, comparable only to the boom session« of 1929. Aircrafts and railroads provided | the Impetus for the upward thrust new yorkT with a host of so-called secondary Advance* issues tagging close behind. junehaSJed AS 162 0 IS1 5 178 Я 178 8 141.3 182 0 143 • 151 8 13« 2 M 1 too 2 98 5 »8 8 95 1 Kf 9 100 2 77 8 93 8 73 5 Doch 84 1 64 : 83    2 81 3 53 2 84    ; 55 4 55 8 50 5 What SWki Did Au« 3 SI Steels, which led the market rise Tou;    ....... Protests against the proposed rescind action denying a license1    Hl.hur.wmentw    In    the    alS^£?.y\wW€re ?enera«y. lower-    Sale, dog ordinance and the blanket for operation of a dance hall at ^ , disbursements in the i So were the motors. But radio- n y stock* health and sanitary ordinance.    Mercer and Trent Streets. He said    *eneral fund tor the fiscal year television and copper mining    ii-:? J    Bond* which also included a section on    that under the new charter adopt-    for Mercer Ccunty total *501.718 in'f^f* we£e. ilrm ai?d the r€at    ol Am«i dogs, by a group of dog owners    cd by citizens in the 1953 election    the budget orotjosed bv the Mercer »JP7ancet narrowly mixed. Monday night at the city council the matter would be within the rv> rJ\ m *Li    ♦ Volume clinked to 2,970,000 NEW yopk °« at*ai* £ric'* resulted in the council tabling both province of a city manager and If?“-?. p°urt- 01 th‘s »mount shares from 2.850JXX) yesterday. pr,„ »•lghted’ waSLApS««^! ordinances for further siudy. A not the council, and the city "51,164 is to be raised by levyL.*“* Asaoeiated Press average ofii«oditics today declined to comes Tue 524 431 Г8 1233 Al 134.4 133 8 132.2 129 4 10* О 134 4 108.0 Ufi 3 915: Mon 583 Stock List Closing Prices Chicago Grain Stock* Bond* from other balance special meeting of the council will ¡should have a manager in com-!»nd *149 954 be held to study the proposed ordi-: pliance with the charter.    sources including nances as well as the objections In opfn meeUnf ^ councU de.    lnCIlWmf Joseph Shaffer, attorney, ap- ffih* cUon*^ be"Vei #i!    —'_________________—-r**i*    ,    $.________ beared in connection with the bee.- Circuit Court in behalf of Cook    fund are 12 2 ln cla*w ^ 24 4 in a"*--».0-” the avera,«e-, insects and poultry provisions of’    u    0i    v'OOK' the ordinances and also spoke a 'X of 171.31. 60 stocks advanced 80 cents to! Pr*Jiou* 170 ^ w**k »to *134.40 the highest level since Oct.! °Dlh “° 172 001 ,ia54M?»i7r?*5J W11 22,1929. The railroad and indus- i**1**    175 49181.72195 2021571* , trial components both reached new    170 31 170 55 175 53 159 Th. proposed ltvlM lor t.ncrttl Prak5 »hU. utilities    -    I    lM' NKW YORK, Auz ACT Inct 411 » Air Redo 28'» Aijf Corp 4'« A..'¡ed chem 991 a Aiti» Chai • 82' * Am Airi 14% Am Car. 46’a Am Cvan 52% Am OgtE 37s* Am Rdr .8% Am Smeit tid) 38'« ATT 173 Am Tob 59% Am Viscose 38% Am W Wk» 19 Anaconda 40% Armco Stl <*d> 50'* Armour 10% Ashland Oli 12%; At ii Sf 118% Avco Mi* *%! B and O 26% Bendi» 84% Beth Stl 80% Boe Airp 57% Borg-W»rn 90% Butìd Co 13% Cap Airi 1!% Celati 21% 3 (#1— Today'» close 11*1 Crk C C *nd O    375» Kenn Cop Chry*    84    Kroger Col Ga*    14'* L O r OI Col Carb    47%. Martin G1 Com Soi y    18’*    Mead Cp Com’w Edi*    44',    Monsanto Ch Con Nat Ga*    64%;    M W*rd Cont Oil    70‘,    Nat Bi* Curt Wr    12’«    Nat Di* Doug Air    88    Nat SU 138'* NY Cen 80*. Norf Wcin 48% Nor Am Avn 13*4 Ohio OU 48! 4 Owen* 111 Ol «3 Pack Mtr* Eastm Kod Pood Mach Pie»t Gen El •ejrnnd ill Oil id 1« R To* a 875« Srs Roe S3 S:nc Oil 5»' « Soc Vac id 28%, Sou Pac 38*» Sou Rwv 80 Sper Crp 88'» Sta Br 42 SO Ind 20% S O NJ 53% Swdebaker 215.,Tide» Oil 435* Timk Rb 415» Twent Cent •4*» Un Carbide id 815« un Pac .... _    ——.    3 ;Un Aire Jas* Dkn    air    14 United Carbon 75*. Parami    32'b United Corp 80%    P*nner    J    C    875«; US    Rubber 103    Pa RR    17    US    St id 7$ Phel    Dod    42*»'Virg Rv s?’* wîîiH    n®»1'    -    3*    Warner Piet 5'd« Phillips Pet    id    83'4    w Va Puip 20 Pb*    Oil    26’.    West Air! Pond Crk    Poc    27*.    Wes    Md 2Sl    S.“11“*1?    .    565.    Wes    Elee 4aVb Pur Oil Id 21 Rad Crp 285» Rep Stl 81*4 Wheel SU 33*, W'worth 805, ; Yng S T CHICAGO, Au*. 3 W—Soybeans dropne«! ‘ sharply on the Board of Trade *lt ! Jg,j today, atlU reipSSpnpb to belie! crop mrd #g% uoode emgo been greatly improved bv t 43'» recent rains. Beans shoved more resist*«.. to the telling than they did yeiterd.y 58' 1 however.    ’• 88'1 Closing futures: 3*’« Wheat: Sep 2 06'4-*»; Dec l.iSfc.%; M.r 90‘. 2.11%-%; May l.OI'V1.. I7*) Corn: Sep l.80%-61; Dec 154V,-*, y.. 1 51; May 1 58V58    ’ 22',    -73-73*:    Dec    .71*;    Mar    .Is*. iiiA May ,75*1. 135,!* MsV*l 25*** l*U: °#C UT**1,:    1«; * Soybean»: Sep 3.U*'«-X2; N0» 2 84»..»a y»4 t^SiCsSd“-#,: Mar a75i-i‘5A ■ mfc Cash Grain: Wheat: None. Corn- No 3 yellow 1.83-635«; No. 3 1.805«; No « l0i,! 1 J9’»-60; a ample grade 150. Oats: No i 28*. heavy mlied 78*4; No. 1 heavy white 77' 4 No 1 white 74*«-75; No. 2 70%: Na i «01»I 705». Soybeans: None.    3 441 < 63', were un- Bonds ....  .....  a„„    „ c „ Bfn Arrlniton compl«ined c,a,s 2- 4,8 ln cl“»« 8 and 4. ed. which raised Its dividend Irom _ good word for dogs. Tommy W. aP°ut aut<>mobiles parking in frontJ For the courthouse bond Issue,:75 cents to Si, and Boeing, which v. . . Elmore, Phil Pry    and    C. F-l'"    *10    hla Parkin« lot on 0f which $104.000 is    outstanding,    declared a 50-cent extra and re-    -- ch*°M Gwynn participated    in the    discus-    5?lrïou,f ftnd whlch reduires    *25,200 for    ported excellent earnings. United    1?« h*. inconvenience m;,merest and sinkina    lend, the    c]lmbed ,H at ¿SaTd B^inj    s'w “{Baltimore Livestock Chicago Livestock 7 «¿1« 2    L«w «*“ner down »low: weak to .J?0*1?,0?'. 0,1(1 h**d com' 230 lb and heavier Councilman G. H. Crumpecker jj“ 'Ji?”1?1,5.r,'*.aana of, carA cut-levies proposed are .95 cents,I tnM. . . id the ordinance should provide L    serv4ce    station    class    1;    1.9    class    2.    and    3.8    cents,1    P°in^*    *t    57H. his customers, and of cars cui- levies oroDased are 95 rents i    8    Month    aia Year ago „    casses    3    and    4.    ♦    I ^General Dynamics, which tump-'i’sJ lom* lng they have had rabies “shots’* ,Ha aLs.<> brought up the matter; For the $600,000 airport bond ed A™    yesterday,    was    up    IS33    high ] ¡(’I’n-.f> A, at. icano/4 onrl on Of the sidewalk pft.<mlin* nil m n In ...... 41-.... 1.    »ie    mut    •__another 3*'o t/wla V at 7/13i.    »T-U.    !    1953    lOW BALTIMORE, Aug. 1150: noV enough to establish or 1 •...   I    to utility cows _ 80 Rl* 1» Ind 10 Utll 10 Fgn    bulls    up to ”13.25 unch unch    unch    A1    , h'*Ive* 200; trading moderatel tuny Steady, good to prim* 100 1    83.8 vealers 18.50-21.00. commercial 83 7 11SO-16.00, cull and utility CHICAOO, Aug. 3 #-(U8DAi: Salable bulchers 220 !b and .    —    25-50    lower;    butchers ., heavier active; steady to 25 ®г    higher;    sows    Ci    or    more    higher; Sa that dogs have provide certificate show-’ property. another 3 V* today at 70% The I company is participating in both __________ lüar quarterly dividend. ¿^ГрроШ^ к “    Au,Ü5?; to l.m!i O?; Lufa, market. East River taxpayers are, the ЙЙ*!*ÇM1** r«g- 1.» а^'&кЙьГт’л!1 i.wV before licenses are isgued. and an tiie «dewalk ga.soline pump in issue there is required $15.000 for animal    warden    employed.    He    said    of Mercer    Motor Co. and the ¡sinking    fund    and    $8,825 for    interest, that an    ordinance    was    needed.    Ed Mct. U7at “1iere    w as an ordinance    a    total    of    $23,825,    plus    delinquent Rule, councilman, stated that an    fucdl    i’1an1lca' Councilman taxes and exonerations, estimated, ordinance dealing    with    cow*,    t-rumpecker railed attenuon to the    of    VH2. a grand total    of $24 737 horses, dog.-, poultry    was    neces-    ordnance that provided for the    to    be raised by levies    of .9 cent •ary to protect the    health    of the    P.aintlng of lanes and for traffic    1.8    cents, and 3 6 cents community.    signs around the courthou.se At the^ executive meeting Ajax Police Chief L. A. Tavlor was only ones to pay road bond levy. T. smith, attorney,    representing    Instructed to have patrolmen at    Of    the original. $150,000    bond issue T. B. ( ook, asked    the council to    the Arrington station for several    633,000 in bonds remain    to be paid days to see that parking    ofi    This year $8.000 is    needed for regulations aie observed    the sinking fund and $1,568 for rw •    nT . G. W. Lawrence advised the lnteresl which with $63 estimated rrinrPtnn Snflptv council he was geftlng a petition delindU«t- lax,,'s and - «oner«-;* > «»tClllll miCiy signed for the paving of the alley between Mercer and Harrison streets, in the block from Bee to Trent, and that city should pay for    the side of    alley adjacent to the    property of    residents on Har rison Street. 994 99 3 93 2 9Я 8 92 6 99 4 VI 2 95 7 80 8 99 9 99 9 99 7 99 4 »5.« 100 4 97    4 98    4 94 3 100 0 99 9 99 9 93 8 100 9 9fi fi 9Я 0 93 4 » Affi    шг-j»" JBWVtnt lì: ÄI’.JSSä»    .“»».I“«'.*»»; •!*«ь- m ?2'x!‘h i    '    °Ier    300    !bs    20-0°    »о»«; --------^ating    in    both:n:-i    J    г ihhípbSr,nmpíSr.mfcr*ft - Richmond Grain *    -    RICHMOND,    V».,    Aug. 3—(API iVDAI Afp^rtÂ'widfîiiÂn/ïiîlïrhî;:«**---*г,л *,D"r- Richmond tnd  ictlv»^ strong;', thr** load* 6.51 choic 400-450 simuai weight sows    I    mereiai    cows    10    50-12    00.    bulk cannei com .Ä’öBäüs1 tfm «» w-wisawааагш"S“Дйлй , * îthlr С ,,, irv.a, T“î* - “ ftä*.-,1 slwi 00 ■    lä    »-'• market.   --------4-- Baltimore Grain APARTMENTS FOR RENT On« 4-room oportment at 805 Moiccr Street and one i - room ipartment at 931 Mercer Street. Heat, water and lewerage feo paid. Phono 2268 Princeton. ular quarterly dividend, disappointing some investors who expected something extra on the company’s excellent earnings report. ANITA DRIVE-IN THEATRE Ob Route 460, Ookvole Road, Just Outride Princeton TONIGHT : Th© shadow of dust : - lay on their lives, bol the courage of lov© lit their way out of th© darknessintoanewlif delinquent taxes and exonerations of $63 make a total of $9,631 to be raised by levies of 1.2 cents. 2.4 cents and 4.8 cents. THREE FACES WEST! I * «нм ‘1. ШШ. tier ring JOHN WAYNE SIGRID GURIE CHARLES COBURN SPENCER CHARTERS С-A R T о О N Mr. and Mrs. Farris, Pearis Street, asked that city put culvert and fix entrance to alley so they can get to and from their home. . rinceton Avenue paving has beeh finished but there is a ditch that prevents them from getting to street. Mr. Farris wanted .l^e street opened as was ordered last February. Ben Arrington also told the council of the fixing the alley entrance. They were advised that the Job would be done as soon as possible. Mrs. James Harriston, upper hi?eL^fked f^r itreet H*ht nfar her home, and was advised that light was ordered at last meeting In connection with repairs to street she was advised that it was planned to put atone and gravel on the street. parkin* meters foi l ?laced at post offic«. four on Mercer and four on Park Avenue, Mayor Amoa Beam suggesting that this be done. The council also discussed four meters nr,tUKio!uSt ,slde oi Park and on first block of Center Street west nlriiS™61, daT and «xt*nded period parking of cars around the postoftice at present is ;the reason for meter installaLon. A ordered 00 Ha'® Avenue wa» Tabled indefinitely was a pro-posal by the Princeton Elks Lodge that Douglas Street be widened ao ihat pa iking on both sides would be permitted. The lodge proposed that parkway be eliminated with the lodge paying for improvement except for curbing which would be paid by the city, elimination of parkway* would make street 33 feet wide. , Couneilmen said they thought the sidewalk on Mercer School side should remain as is. and I. E Basham city engineer advised the council that aewer. gas and water lines were in the parkway as well as utility poles He said it would be expensive job as the parkways are shallow with solid rock base. On recommendation of the city engineer pipe to be used in Park Avenue storm sewer was changed from 15 inch to 18 inch. Mrs. Grace West, librarian, was given the week of August 23 as vacation. Church Centennial Program Announced iu 10 commercial grtde* 8.00-15.00. Salable sheep 2.000; spring lambs 50-1 00 ‘°*erl bulk    good to prime    mostly good ngham    со. 1 80.    Кз11|тпел    f-w'»*rt    *«!, ch®lc*    native spring    lambs 18.00- Feed wheat-Rapidan 1.70, Roanoke Du 111||1иГ(: Vilalii    cho:c*    *nd on®* 20 50-21 00: cull 1.70 and Pulaski 185.    iilVI    V    VJIUIil    to low good grades 10.00-17.50: a double Corn—No.    2    yellow    »helled--Richmond.    BALTIMORE, Aug. 3 (JR—: Flour re-:?fr.iS choice    and prime 115    lb yearling* Ashland and Petersburg 1.79; Augu*t,a Co ceipt.s 10,558    117.50; three decks 94 ¡b good to mostly t 80-1 85; Luray 175,    Norfolk 1.70-1.8«    „    Wheat No. 2 red garlicky    »pot    198'»;    No.1 i ^ic* J °°;    tmoit    cj:i    t0 K°od *w*« 3 *°- Pulaski 182. Rapidan    180:    Roanoke 1.70    2    red winter garlicky Aug. —;    No. 3    red    4 °°; ch01c«    bandy    weights 5 00. and Rockingham Co. 1.80-1.85.    wl”,t,fr Sticky spot 103'*. Corn- -No.    2    white    shelled-Rlchmond    Wheat: rece;Ipts    381.288 bushel*;    sh Aihland and Ellerson    1.81;    Pulaski 1 87.    s, 373>0<w bushel*;    stock 5,507,9 _.    'bushels. ■.    receipts    3,458    bushels:    shipment»:    NEW    YORK.    Aug _3 'USDAl Whole- 3,900 bushels; stock 790.443_bushels.    sale    egg prices were steady to firm on Luray 80; Pulaski 1.15; Rapidan 90: Roa-    ,5iceipt*    ,none;    »bipment*    none,    ; mediums and smalls, weak on balance nok. 1.10 and Rockingham    Co. 30-1.10    «^.Д;753, bushels    todat. Receipts 12,852. -------    Barley, receipts    none; shipments    7,0741    .(Wholesale    selling prices based on ex- Rapldan 1 80 and Roanoke 1.75. Barley—No. 2 Richmond, Ashland and Providence Forge 1.02: Augusta Co 90-1.00; WESLEYANNA GUILD The August meeting of the Wes-leyanna Guild of the First Methodist Chuich was held Monday on*» »« « » i« »»•* mrhmnnri *.h i o»ri«y; receipt* none; sm night at the home of Mrs. William i.nd 'wd pLwlnce    pui».ki    bRvS:*recViDU n^.liihb!,,he: Brown, Hale Avenue, With Mrs. 8»: Rapidan 70 and Norfolk 70.    none receipt* none, shipment Robert Carr, co-hostpss    Rye—Richmond and Ashland (abruiii) straw Mr* Rr«wn    i    1M>: *nd Pulaski 1.74.    I mm.' K“thPrS. “úáSf I was aulstcd ®"Sl p?.™®; Princeton Society The centennial program of the Mrs. Carr and Mrs. T. C. Weather- u rerrv.v    „    *it:on of the Treasury July 20 Princeton Presbyterian Church for ford Jr.    I    WESLEYAN    SERVICE GUILD Ba.ance ic,228,_6_5_o._05j.7_5_, deposit* fi.cai Thursday, Friday, and Sunday is as follows: » Butter & Eggs change and other volume sales,, shipments none: stock; Includes Nearby: White* Top oualitv ^48-50 lbs) 43-44'», mediums 33'»-34 smalls Wheat straw No. 2 per tot! $20.2!. 28-26'»; peewees 18-20 i:’#**""1"    I    Browns:    Top    quality    (48-50    Ibsi    44*»-45; mediums 34-35; smalls 27'»-28; peewees Treasury Receipts Butter steady. Receipts 813.667. Whole-WASHINGTON. Aug. 3 W—The cash p*Il*L*-J>ricfs ««l.bulk cartons 4/rethr Thursday at 6 p.m. a Covered Dish Dinner at the Church, Mrs. J. W. McNutt, chairman of the committee on arrangements and Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Kyle, host and hostess. An evening worship service will be held at 8 o’clock, presided over by S. G. Williamson. At this service the Youth Choir, under the direction of W. I. Herring. will sing “God So Loved The World". Mrs. Womeldorf. soloslt, will sing “The Holy City”. The addre.ss of the evening will be brought bv Dr. Harvey M. Rice. Friday an evening worship service Is scheduled with G. W. McConnell presiding. The Children’s Choir will sing “Prayer from Hansel and Gretel” and Mr. Henry Fortune of Blue-field will sing two numbers. “How Lovely is the Hand of God" by Loughborough and “Thanks Be To God” by Dickeason. Rev. Charles W. M. Nutt Will bring the address. Sunday, the 11 morning worship service will be presided over by A. R. Kyle. Th* Adult Choir will sing “Break Forth Into Joy” and Mr*. F. B. Wimmer and Mrs. W. M. Shepherd will sing a duet, “Bless This House". Dr. Harvey M. Rice will bring the morning message. .. year July l $2,785.939.403.51. withdrawals me fiscal year $4.957.865.513.28, total debt $270 ford Jr. Mrs. Odell Huffman, president I Due 10 inclement weather    ____________________ presided for the business session j annual picnic of the Wesleyan 93^7^2®7^ SSESf pr°8ram Mrs. W. E. Service Guild of the First Method-‘J«5 10 statutory' limit.' Ol chrtiUan 3?ciPai“^a5SMr,2Sd|llt Cl'urctl w“ heW in FeU”‘ Rirhmnnrl Pmilfrv local church activities to replace    sh‘I> Hal1    oI    the    church    Mo"dav    KICnillO(lU rOUltry Mrs. R. N. Miller Jr. who re-    evening.    In    charge    of    arrange*! Harrisonburg, va., Aug 3    (A?)— CCntly moved to Wytheville, Vir-'ments werp Mrs John Robprtsnn I <vDA'—Market »tea«/. Receipts light to glnia    menus    wei e ivirs. uonn tvooeruson. j moderate. White and brown ifederal- Mrs Huffman gnnmma.^ .„    Mr*. Essie Bailey    and    Mrs. Hugh    f1*1® 8r»ded>-frice* p*»<j jo b    farm- a:. nunman announced an    .T ,    D.S. grade A 47. mediums 38 and    smalls executive committee meeting to be    Neal.    24.s. gard# b large 6 and u s.    grade 5!.ld, atnhe.r. Bhom«. Wednesday.! Members and families present c^ pomtrv-Market about steady on AUgu.H li at 8 p.m.    |were Mr and Mrg J0hn Robert_! broilers or fryers. Receipts heavy. Off T. C. Weatherford Jr. gave! ___>___   I    quality poultry discounted prices at farm Mrs. the highlights of a ni.atriet r.niM    apn apd wn. Phillip McClung,    Mr.    a*    hour*    ending    12    noon    today.    Aug meeting ifcid rSeSurtaniSS!    “« **«. Edwin Landed.    Mr.    !a‘'t?,rV7srt    m«!lr    is* hV.V, n'l in" JdSnanto £,    M”v.J-    ap-    ^u“er' ,Mr; ^ SSL ^\A£St,&.ST^^S: WPre Mi x Wi'lin.vV ^ealliei ford.    Mrs.    G.    G. Auvil. Guests included    Small type    breeder hens 21-22.    Toms 1$. imam Brown. Miss    n„ and    wre p T    UHmm    Weekly summary of reported    purchase* Fiances Moody and Mis*' Ann    Mrs. R. L. McClung, Miss    or broilers    fryer* for week ended July Eaton. Miss Eaton conducted oneiEthel Nixon of Hertford. N. Cj^1-1954-14 Ptr- cent UDd*-r- -lb* ran*ed of the workshop groups in the    Miss Clarice Johnston of The °Septcmber* meeting wUl be    ni' N J " Ml'5' Pled 0001(6    and at the home of Mrs Weatherford Mlsa ®la Bryant Dickenson. Mrs. E. B. Gott’ coordinator    members present were closed the meeting with nravei*    Mra'    R'    E' HarL'ert- coordinator; The hostess served refreshment* Medames Lorena Hinchee. Ruby to 13 members. cire5nmeoLsj Basham. Frank P’ttry. Hugh Neal, SO EFFECTIVE MILLIONS SAY: WHY PAY MORE ТИСУ ARI GOOD City Council Adopts Budget ialc at the at> mate for the fiscal year. The total Essie Bailey, Harold Stafford, the Misses Anice Gott, Ogilva Stafford. Mona Keaton, Myrtle Dickenson and Olga Pendleton. CIRCLE NO. 3 Myrtle Bane Circle No. 3, Mrs. Clyde Elmore, leader, will meet at 25 22-24' t weighted average 23 93; 60 per Tena- rent, 3-3 1-4 lbs ranged 24-25, weighted average 24.58: 26 per cent 3 1-4 lb* and over ranged 24-25. weighted average 24 69. Richmond: Eggs—(prices paid net to producers delivered to Richmond»—market steady RecetDta ltght. U S. grade A large 48, mediums t and smells 20-23. U.S. grade B large 38-40 and C’s 30. Commercially graded A large 41-44. mediums 32-30 and smalls 22-23. Live poultry—Richmond area—market about steady on broilers or fryers with receipts moderate' to heavy. # Market 2 higher on heavy type hens. R- elpts moderate. Prices paid at the farm picked up today. Broilers or fryers 2 3-4—3 1-4 lbs 24-25, mostly 24-24',. Prices paid In Richmond delivered. Heavy type hens 16-18. mostly 18. Some broilers delivered at City Park at 6 p.m. for a picnic. The Circle plans to start HEADACHE POWDERS receipts are estimated at $180,614 with the 12V* cent per hundred Sar to. c,lasa 1 ««counting for $4^75.88, 4.0 cents on class two, homes, bringing in $8.458 and the $48 18?1 ClaM 4 1CVy bringing in iJhwe tax levies will yield $58,-154.14 and from sources as the gross sales tax on business, fines, license fees, state liquor store payment, parking meters and other miscellaneous sources the city expects to get $122.459 86. Gross sales tax is listed at $45.000. The mid the past fiscal year from this tax was $45.225. new mígate dentai cream WITH GARGOL KEE STREET CIRCLES Esther Circle, Mrs. Paul Covey, leader, will meet with Mrs. L. H. Johnston on the Oakvale Road Thursday afternoon at 2 o’clock. Members will meet a: the Church for transportation. Mona Mayberry Circle. Mrs. Jack French, leader, will meet with Mrs. Elmer Fox on the Oak-1 vale Road, Thursday at ? o’clock. Martha Circle, Mrs. Oak Bow-' den, leader, will meet with Mrs. Hamm on Hines Avenue. Thurs-; day at 2 p.m.    | Ruth Byrd Circle, Mrs. Byron Anderson, leader, will meet at 6 o’clock Thursday at the Halstead Park on the Oakvale Road for a picnic. Members and their families are invited. Princeton Paragraphs BOARD OF DEACONS The Session and Board of Deacons at the Princeton Presbyterian Church will meet tonight at 8 o’clock instead cf at 7:30 as previously announced. TYPEWRITERS REPAIRED And cleaned by experienced mechanics. Phone 5913, Commercial Printing Co.. 621 Commerce Street Bluefield, W. Va. ¡Adv.) Roanok*: Eggs—Prirga paid nvt to producers F.OB. Roanoke* for Aug. 3—commercially graded min 80 per cent A largs 4-48. 65-80 per cent A large 32-5. mm mediums 80 per cent 34-37 and smalls 32. Peewees 16 Live poultvy—Prices paid net to producers F.O.B Roanoke for Aug. 3 — Broilers or fryers 25. Heavy type hens 15-18. Light type hen* under 4 lbs 10-11 and light type hena ovar 4 lbs 11-13. 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