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Bluefield Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - August 4, 1954, Bluefield, West Virginia PAGE TWO--BLUEFIELD DAILY TELEGRAPH, BLUEFIELD, W. VA. Wednesday Morning, August 4, 1954 Stock Market Continues Upward Climb Comparable To Boom Sessions Of 1929 V*    T    _ _    Aircrafts,.Rails    I Stocks pnnrdon NMB Stock Market continued to climb Vs*rh7n to new height* today, comparable only to the boom session* of 1929. Aircraft* and railroad* provided the impeiu* for the upward thru*! I with a host of ao-called aecondary lAiue* lagging cloae behind. |cHrh*ni*d Steel*, which led the market ri*e Tot*; 'yesterday, were tenerally lower. Protests E«s.n>t Hie proposed rescind action denying a license Estimated disbursement* In the So were the motor*. But radio- n Princeton Council Tables Two Proposed Ordinances 1955 Budget Set At Half-Million ......... se (na IS RI* IS rill 44 stki Nat Chang* AS rn 7 Uorh A I Tun. m a 194 1 04 I 134 4 Prav. tar IS! I NS 44 1 133 I Wa«k ago USS 44 I •3 2 133 2 Manta aga 176 I is I SI 3 134 4 Y*ar aga 141 5 SS s S3 3 '.OS 9 1454 h.gn 143 9 190 3 44 I 134 4 1454 low 143 4 71 I JI 4 IM 0 IMI h.gn 151 S 93 S 55 S us 3 teas law 134 I 73 » 54 5 91 5 Wha! Stark* OI# NEW TORK. Aug 3 '* Stock List Closing Prices I Chicago Grain Tu« *24 OI r* 1233 Now York Sale* doe ordinance and the blanket for operation of a dance hall at ffn,ral fund for u,*    yetr    television and copper rn In! ne i»-! health and SERI tar* ordinance Mercer and Trent Street. He said    *uea were firm and    the rest Of! Am** i—<» which alap included a section on that under the new charter adopt- for fiercer county total swi.ns in ^ market narrowly 4*4 OOO doe* bv a group of doe owners rd by citizen* in the 1953 election the budget proposed bv the Mercer volume climbed to 2.970.000 to be raised by levy The Associated Pres* average ofj» iv. A not the council, and tne city ™*'’' - — —---—    -    go    stock*    advanced    80    cents    to    .mm.ITV ll will should have a manager in com- Md 1149 954 comes from other |1M 40 ^ hlgheAt Jev?1 ginc# (>ct j    «    *•    >    !#S4    «1#J3    1MI reiuilted in the council tabling both province of a city manager and ordinance* for further study. A not the council, and the city*551.?** 18 special meeting of the counc ££? I‘«if ST STOS.    6,'ZZ' **U*M *    01    «~&-*rmsir*rmK>    ».» Tr»nd Of Atapla frittl NEW YOPK, Auf. 3—Th* Ai — weightr* —-T—----- rn oiit! aa today ITO it. wack alo 11114. NEW TORK. Aug 41'* 3 up—Today'* clo** j ACT Intl C and O 37H Air R*4o 34’. Ch rya 64 Alg Corp A iliad Cham 4'. Co. Oat 14H St'. Col Carl) 47 H Anta Chal ‘ 6!*« Com Hoi* IS*. Am Atrl 14*» Co mw Ed,a 44 H Am Car. 44% Coo Nat Oaa S4H Am Cran 42** Cont Oil 70H Am OSE 37*. Curt Wr ta*# Am Rdr ies Doug Air ss Am Small (ad) 3S>. DuPont us1* ATT 173 Eaitm Rod se** Am Toh JIH Eaton MU 44'« Am Viacoa* ISH F*dd Qu a* Food Mach IJH Am w wk* it 44 n Anaconda 40H Fait 43 Arraeo SU (ad) JOH 0»n El 44% Armour ISH Oan Fda IJH A ligand Oil IIH G*n Mira SOH Al k St 1113* Goodrich 143 Arco Mig in Ooodvr 74 I B ane 0 JIH Or*yhnd 12% Bandi* S4H Oui/ Oil ad JI3* Bath St! S9H Hat At! O.aaa 20% Bo* Airn IIH Hare Fowd lnt«r Chain SIH Borg-Warn SOH 34 Budd Co IJH Int M Can 44% Cap Airl IIH Int T a T 21 I Ca I an IIH taut Dept SIH Krot ar M Ward Hat B a Mat SU Park Mtri Penner J C Pa KR Phel Pod Pitman Pur Oil Rad CTB 14 r Toh a JIH rn Sri Ro* ISH ii Sine OU 43% ISH Soc Vac ad 44% 24% Iou Pac 44% 34% Sou Rwv SIH SO Spar Crp ISH SIH St* Br JIH 42 S O tad SOH SOH a o nj HH 43% Saodahakar 17% 21% T!d*w Oil 34 43% Timk Rh 47 41% Twant C*nt 22% 44% Un Chrhida ad 11% SIU Un Pac 131% 3 tin Aire M% 14 Un:lad Carbon S3 ISH United Corp SH rn US Rubb* r IS3. 17 US St ad SS 42% Virg Ry It3. 34 Warner Fid 17% SJH W Va Pulp HS 24% Wen Air! 19% 37% Wa* Md 24** 44% Wet Eta* 73 Ii3. Wheel SU 49% 33% W worth 44% 40%! Yds S T •3% CIV CA OO. Aug J CP—Soyk. ani dropp.g iharply oa th* Board of Trad* aft a today, at:.I rcapJJpnob to belief crop prrd uBode *mgo b**n gr*ally improve tv recent rain! B*as« (flowed wort mutant* ta to* •*liras than they d.d y*it*rd«y, however. Cohos fu'ur*i Wheat S*p 3 06%-H; D*c 3 :•%-%, Mar 2.11 ta-ta I May J OS'a-% Cora Sop ISO’a-Si; Doe I 44 VS Mir J ti: May HSV** Sap May TIS Oat* Sop IMIS! Doc Tit*: Mar H% Ry* Sop 113. Doc I.ITS-ll; Mar im May IM Sot blini S*p 3 IS VIS; Ro* 3 I4%-|* Jan IMS: Mar J Sl-eo%; May SMH ’ Lard Sop Id BT. Oct 13 m2 Ro* u m Dee 13 IS; Jan 13 SS; Mar 13 7SB-SSA ' B-B.d; A-Aiked Cath Oram Wheat Nob*. Cora Ro 3 yaltaw I SMI1.: Ro. 3 I SO'.; Re « I JI1,-SO; »amnl* (rad# I SO Oat*- No I heavy miaad 7*%; Ro. I heavy whit* V Sn I whit# UVU; No. 3 TSS,; Ro j 70'*. Soybean*. Noes._ It ta ISI 73 IM.30 IU 71 trial component* both reached new!1*,!** awa*, mull1* rn” utilities were un- "MM Baltimore Livestock Chicago Livestock Bonds _ __ Shaffer.    __ ____ ___ pea el .ri c hh < r; *    •    •    e    bee,    c.rr a.t Cont ;n behalf of Cook runa E;e U l in cllw *• £% ' w Aircraft* were sparked bv Unit- insect* and poultrv provisions of g,n Arrington complained clM* 2 48 8 ln c!aMM 3 and 4 *d. which raised its dividend from I- aL£    V about •utomobllea parking in fron* For the courthouse bond issue.j75 cent* to ll. and Boeln«. which    ehBB„ fr^fnrT rmi^ A J? r v entrance to hi* parking lot on of which 1104.000 is outstanding, declared a jO-cent extra and re- --- i-.imore. pn.i r v Ai n    r pr!nceW)n Avenue and courthouse and which requires 125.200 for ported excellent earnings. United    p™. day w**k in Month if# V*ir no •J*    prmftr”““  <££.'Vi'ndT------   Pprnl    Dyn.mic. which tump- iiit SP For the $600 OOO airport bond BALTIMORE. Auf 3 iP BMI i    ______    _ _ _______ to •itabiiah or I rad* a mark*t. taw canner down alow weak ta 1A-5S jow*r. butch*ri Ut IM: ITI »=(DSDA1: Cat- CHICA OO. Auf J #~<I?SOA> Salabla nor *nou*h don* on any clan hot* 7 OOO ■    h  — — - .------ --    — --"• ir-K"V«niViraa $25 200 for ported excellent earnings. United F.more Phil rry ara t r p nceton Avenue and courthouse and which rNu*i a    av.    at    66Ta    and Boeing Ow\nn participated in the discus (quire causing inconvenience to Interest and sinkm* fund. the climbed 3Mi at W a and Boeing hi*    s    snd    of    ca    2    and    3*«5u    r08*(jUrPOmUat5<    ,.1    .    _    I C /uncllmsn G H (    tmg through bis service ital    I    *    class    2.    and    3    8    c    rn*.      ,    ---- Lhat dogs have certificate show-1, He also brought up the matter ing they have had rabies ‘ shots'*, . before licence* ate issued, and an ®f the sidewalk gasoline pump in issue there is required $15,000 for animal warden employed. He said ir0?1 « Mercer Motor Co. and the sinking fund and $8,825 for interest, that an ordinance was needed Bd ract, w**1 U*r* pm an ordinance a total of $23,825. plus delinquent Rule. councilman, suited that an ***1nst such tank* Councilman taxes and exonerations, estimated, ordinance dealing aith cow*, t-rumpecker called attention to the of $912. a grand total of $24,737 horses, dogs, poultry * as ncces ordinance that provided for the to be raised by levies of .9 cent, aarv to protect the health of the Painltf>t of lanes and for traffic 1.8 cent*, and 3 8 cenu immunity.    signs around the courthouse.    Er~‘    “*— ‘—------ At the executive meeting Ajax . Police Chief L. A. Tavlor was only ed 5l* poinu yesterday, was another 34 today at 70V The UD IIJI b in up IMI lo* a1 rn a! I is rut is fin • tined unch unch A I 444 M I IOO I S3 I SS 3 n t IMO SI 7 m a M 7 MS S3 5 M I M 4 44 I •2 4 42 I I I S3 S 71 J M 4 IOO 4 IOO I S3 7 St 3 Pl 4 Pl 6 SO I •5 7 SS 4 ** 9 se I SO I •4 3 S3 4 714 - °°:-euiJ “J aunty 7 so. i t o* p- *, UP ' &<9h*er ^ *s*m*Le - SOO*, good to prim* 17MI1 Ik IIS-IM lk 31 SO-33 M: 370-310 Ik 39 JM3 OO, IS 40-11 OO eoniin*r*t»l to iow good • .old 3*1 lk butch*ri 14 74. tkoieo DW <00 lb 10*1 I* 74-14 74 w,th J3S lb down I barrow* and ll 00-10 M ar nightly abo**. 434-000 lb •'.••dr to 7$ erat* h.*h»r thin Mon- 14 74-11 Hon 440. trading aciiv* ittady to 24 cont* hill bulk, towi it*ady; choice barrowi company la participating in both n' I    i v.g?i*rnmentf •****•*> and Kicnmond urain shipbuilding programs. General Motors tilted department downward ular quarterly dividend, disappoints under 400 lbs Si.ib.• caul* 7,000: cal**! JOO slaagh- r eattlo How, itiady to 34 lower, •lien actlv*, itrom three load* of in* I 334-1 400 lh lt**ri 34 M and 34 74. aid lot inned thole* pr.m* it*eri 34 JO- to high choice trod*! Ii S&\ cha yutpooing,    vs    i.v.r"    ~    ■ “ ♦ 1*0; Fulaikt 111. Raptdan I M. Roanoke Roanok* B Cook, asked the council to the Arrington oution for several W.00# _ di t to see tnat park.ng Ihl5 reguiation* are observed    the    sinking    Iuno ann oi..RtB xorJ ■ p • ■ t;    ^    ™ Princeton Society ,!M **«»■« BPtUtton llon., of im make a total of $9 6311 WESLEY ANNA GULD APARTMINTS SOR RKNT On# 4-roam apartment at 105 Marccr Street and an* j - room iportmant al 9$ I Mercer Street, Haat, waler and *awar«f g t«* paid. Vkona 2261 Rnncalan. ANITA DRIVE-IN THEATRE On Roula 460, Oekvpla Road, Jwil Oulndo Princeton TONIGHT t cen ut, ana aw crna.    nntnta ba.U. nr    ie.    1 ruiaiit I »», napiaan » wa, Fast River taxpayers are the    •*    OM    declared    its    reg-    j pp ,nC| Rorkinfham co. i so. Itw ri'nna i«‘ rwv rend bond levv    ul<u> QUArterly dividend,    disappoint-! rm*i    wheat ft*Wdan no, ily one* to pay r tnt a Dona i«vy.!    inveitor*    who    everted    »’• e«ia*ki us anginal. $150,000 bond issue    ‘J*' ,,,P! nn    com    No a **iio* iheised -u., in bonds r*main to be paid    ^ooietning extra od the    company    s Aihiand    and pot*«burg 1 n Au*u»ta    co a vVar sartoo u needed for    exc*llenl *armngs report.    itso-ias;    Luray 11$. Norfolk ns-ioo s year■ or.'is neeaeo ior    _    •—    —    __    Puinkt    iu    Rapidan    no:    Roanok* no * iking fund and $l..d» for Pl •    . c • a    1 •«»« Roekinghain Co 1 40-1 44. community    slvnA    tround    th* courthouse ~    * "    ~    ii only one* to irav *w»u »viiu «>/.ii.,,..*.,.    -,l.    I    IO and Pulaski 145 7 Sn:. , attOTM) lep-f.vntmg in.sti urtpd lo have patrolmen at!PA OrlftnaTllSMH tasi 5«ia|!2LfS21 SSK? «2?L£2!5S Corn-No . » re    p    hmond Iowa. iw svijwS Si*-- y ,u)p'e Baltimore Grain BALTIMORE ceint* IO 551 20 00 choice and prime 20 50-Jl OO eull to low good gridei 10.00-17 40. I doub.e . , , rn    r• <,#fk «hatf* and prime 111 lb yearltnfi' aug J .r-    r.our r*-.j7$o: three deck* It lb good to moitT»l of Micky rod w '•nter |ar::r|* .pot'! 13‘i mr    U'    2m b'J'h,‘* Hbu«he', 171 ^    nock I, Wrhwwi^Aihland and , g!r" receipt* 3 451 buiheli^SSiaa,, MB    buihe'.t p - -    u/l ..    I Ul V. ch-vic* lion. molt cull to good ew*i 3 50- nt*r garneVy Aug * r” *3 ?M 4 °°* cb0 c* h‘odT    500 ■Corn -No. 3 whit* ih*U*d -Rlrhmopd Aihiand and Pllerion I ll. Pttlaakt I ll Rapidan I IO and Roan ok *174™ HfcHay—Ro I Butter & Eggs Mil enc Mi*** *e Tm* LliUl ***** REW TORK Aug 3 uP 'OSDAt Whole-tal* egg pr.cet «er* Heady to firm on signed for the paving of the alley ^ raised by levies o< XI cent*.' Th* August meeting of the Wes-^o*tdine.^' •h’pm,n', *“•* ^^f^.Sr.rtcV.* between Mercer and Harrison 2i Cenu and 4 8 cenu.    .    ilevanna    Guild    of the First    nok»    i    ii    and    Rockingham co. n-iio ,    „r«iPti    non#:    »htpm*nt*    1*74    jWhoimi*    Minng    pries#    l*MM> street*, la the block from Bee to 1 c    *    *    !«**■»    rhu^n    — hoi* wn~t.,   g...... pay Trent, and that city should    *    -    •    ■ for the side of alley adiarent to fU|.rrl| ( finjpnnM the property of resident* on Har LnUllll VXlllClllliai nson Street.    , I: r«t.    ^^Program    Announced vert and fix entrance    to alley to!    . they can gel to and    from their!    The centennial program    or    tne ■■■ ■    ,    Barley;    receipt* non*: Onto—Ro. 3—3 lb toiv—Richmond^ Aih- tm,2i*li. nock 13.ISS buih*;i Rvf r*c*ipu non*, ihipmcnti none: stock Straw I..50 1,1' « —    «»,    .«•    ■    -r    -    *»" Sn'T „ .O MI. WM* "isssstr" ferTuSI »“»'• Treasury Receipts WASHINGTON. Au* 3 'P-Th* e*>h po M *cPtr 'Cl 52-52*1 •mon of th* Traniury Jialy »......,    n    acor*    .Al    57»«-4S.    H    teor*    «Bi    It-*-44 I Balance 44,224 450.457 IS, ------    --    _ I The shadow of du»HJ lay on fhoir lives, but the courage of love itf their way out of the darkness into a new life THREE FACES JOHN WAYNE SIGRID GURIE CHAPLES COBURN SPENCER CHARTERS C-A R T 0 O N 12.745.434 404.51. 'withdrawal! 413 21. total d* bt 1310 - odist Church wa* held Monday night at the home of Mr*. William land and">ro*id*nc*' Borg* Id, Pulaikl Brown. Hale    Avenue, with Mr*.    Mi*fcpLd,!!L7® Jnd«JM0,A,hia,nd <abru*»n naKat( riff pa KAttngg    Richmond end Atniena twryint Robert carr. co-rvoste«j.    l w tn<J ^,1^1 t.14 Mr*. Brown presented the pro-, aoybMn»-Norfoik 210-300 gram. using the theme. •'Jesus’ .  -----—,    - Concern For    Rural Folk*”. She    Prinrotnn    Wlptv was a Mi* ted    In the program bv    illllvvlUII    JUllCiy n    ,    ---------------------------Mrs. Carr and Mrs. T. C. Weather- heaLF.YAN SERVICE GULD home Princeton Avenue paving princeton Presbyterian Church for, ford Jr.    inclement    weather the T "ai year 14#Vi w»» j». vow. a*ot «!*- ha*    been    finuhed    but    there    i*    a    Thursday. Friday, and Sunday I* Mr*. Odell    Huffman, president.    Due to .    w..i-««„    Me.o74 3*7 rx.    gold    *••«•    ssi.*^7    4*3 H*    fi. ditch    that    prevent*    them    from get-!    #5    follows*    pre*ided for    the business seMion    annual picnic    of -ne wesieyan    x-inciud*i    iJM.ioi ioia*    d*bt    not    «up ting to street. Mr. Farr!* wanted Thursday at 6 p.m. a Covered following the program. Mr*. W. E Service Guild of the First Method- i*» 40    limit to have the street    opened    a*    wa*    Dish Dinner at    the Church. Mrs. j P/'dneau wa* appointed chairman    ut church wa*    held in    Fellow-    ft! 1    1    nA11|.    ( ordered last February Ben    Arring-    J. W. McNutt,    chairman of    the    of Chmtian Social Relation* and! „ ..    . th    church    Monday    K CUITIOIIQ    I OU uV ton also told th*    council    of    th*    committee on arrangement*    and    local church activities to replace    ship Hall of ^ t inurc    ^ ™    J / -------    MnI. R. N.MUlfr Jr who rf- •venin*. In chtr,e »rt»n«f-j .yiAroiffCTroa cently moved to Wytheville, Vlr*    ment* were Mra.    John Robertson.    mo<i*r»t* wnn*    md brown tt*d*r»i-j ginia.    it..:# n«u*v and Mr* Hush *ut#    git*1”    NM    701 f«rm- Mr*. Huffman announced an ??r*, ** ' y    U8 ,r*d' A 47-    5I- executive committee meeting to be1**6*1' held at her    home. Wednesday. August ll at 8 pm. chug* md otti*r *alum» ial«n Inc.ud** N*arby: Whit*! Top nullity .....334-34. the highJighu   ______ meeting held recently in Elkhorn. -an Mra In attendance »t this meeting, I and Mrs. J. F. Ke**inger, Mr. and {.-J’    ‘T]^.kM?Vs 24VT0,mrir*<l «.T*_ .ti add mon to Mrs. Weatherford. Mrs G G Auvil. Guests included ammi typi br**d*r him 31-33. Tom! ll °U- *urY*ry-_ W>rkiy lumwary of r*port*d purrhai*! fixing the alley entrance. They I Mr. and Mrs A R. Kyle. host snd sere advised that the Job would hostess. An evening worship serv-be done as soon as possible. hee will be held at 8 o'clock. pre- Mrs. James Hairiston. upper aided over bv S G Williamson Pine. a.*ked for street light neari At th.* service the Youth Choir, her home, and was advised that under th* direction of W. »• Herr-l;ght wa.* ordered at last meeting hng. will sing "God So Loved The In connection with repairi to WorldMrs Womeldorf. aoloslt, street abe was advised that It was will sing The Holv City' - The planned to put atone and gravel Address of the evening will be on the *treet.    brought bv Dr. Harvey M. Rice. Eight 12-minut* parking meters Friday an evening worship serv-will be placed at the post office.! ice Ls scheduled with G. W. Mc-four on Mercer and four on Park;Connell presiding. Avenue. Mayor Arnot Beam sug- The Children’s Choir will sing gening that this be done. The ■••prayer from Hansel and Gretel” council also discussed four meter* and Mr. Henry Fortune of Biue-for the west Aide of Park and on: field will sing two number#. "How first block of Center Street west: Lovely is th* Hand of God" bv of Mercer. All day and extended Lourhborough and "Thanks Be To    I period parking of cars around God" by Dickenson R«v. <Charles,.^ hostess served 'refreshments, 3^^^ Frank Pettry Hugh Neal, the postoffice at preaept 1* thew. M. Nutt will bring th# ad- t0 13 memb€ra.    «“naBal Harold Stafford, the reason for meter installation. A dress.    I    -    lassie D»ncy^ji    _    . street light on Hale Avenue was Sunday, the ll morning worship ordered.    I    service will be presided over bv Tabled indefinitely wa* a pro- A. R Kyle. Th# Adult Choir will 24. U 8. gird* B Urge I rn* US. grid* C 24 Announce New Way To Shrink Painful Piles Find Hamlin# Sabttaic* TUI Kellwwwa Pmiw— Shrink* Ha—rrKaid* WHISKEY* A BLEND 86 PROOF.70% GRAIN NEUTRAL SPIRITS SCHENLEY 01ST . IHC , FRANKFORT, KY. ATHENS THEATRE LAST TIMES TODAY. OPEN 6:45 I — *BNfii, MBWM I mm M-B’M r TECHWCOLM! Members and families present Ll** ooultry— Market *bout »i*ndy an Nev* Ynrk. N. Y. (Special)—For th# war* vt- mn VI rn John Robert- bro,l'r* or itytrt. R*c«ipti h*svy. Off first time Bcienee has found a new were M.. ana MIS, jonn rcuur;: quam* poultry diicountcd price* st firm: .    ,•    .___ .. rj. T. C. Weatherford Jr.    and    *on.    Phillip    McClung.    Mr.ti*"our,,>•.unld^L0l^0n«Irlo2•T,    a"ui'"’^    hwlin,    tubtune.    with    th.    ..ton- District Guild  Edwln Mr I asrn.r^'gru.1 a* Lv. LM »h'"*    *««*■ up* turkey Jry*r* 3S'«-37. j vhoidg and to stop bleeding —with in case after case, pain was re vere Mrs. William Brown, Mis*    n,"ln, wr.    „    .    vr. Frances Moody and Mw* Ann ana Mr8,    K-    Mcciung, Miss    of    krou*ri    or    fryer* for week ended    july    hewed promptly. And, while gently Eaton Miss Eaton conducted one ^    Ethel Nixon    of    Hertford. N. C..    ‘SJraSPujj*    relieving p*m. actual    reduct.on or the workshop groups in the    Miss Clarice    Johnston of Tens-    cent    3-3    1-4    u*    rm#*d 34-34. weighted    (shrinkage) took place, afternoon meeting.    m    1    vt-.    pru<    r>^i,-.    24    44: 34 per cent 3 1-4 im and Most amasine of nil — remit* —    u    ny.    H.    J..    Mr*.    Fred    Cooke    and    over    ranged    34-31. weighted ave rag* 34 44.    "    ”    A    I."!*    .    U    ,t8 —    —    —    -    —------- Richmond    Em—«prtcei paid ntt to “*r® 80 thorough that sufferers The September meeting will be miss E.la    ^present . th- home of Mrs. Weatherford, other m«m^n n coordinator; ‘ift B Ml. cootdtnaior. Mr. R. E «““1'lnc“., Ruby closed th# me*Uni with wwr Medsmes wrens nth    . Th- *wa.at-«a «-rw-H ’“,v ^^■Rlrhmond: Bfga— tprkei paid producer* delivered to Richmond 1—mar-ere kct Iteady Receipt* light. U I. grad# A I larg* 44. medium* C and amala 30-33. US grad* B larg* 34-40 and Ca 30. Commercially graded A Jar** 41-44, m*d- , turn* 32-36 and amalli 33-23. ■Live poultry—Richmond ar**- mark**. ; po* a I by the Princeton Elk* Lodge that Dougla* Street be widened so that parking on both aldea would he permitted. The lodge proposed that parkway be eliminated with he lodge paying for improvement except for curbing which would be p*id by lh* city. elimination of parkways would make street 33 feet wide. Councilmen said they thought the sidewalk on Mercer School side should remain as i*. and I. E. Basham city engineer advised the council that sewer, ga* and water lines were in the parkway a* well as utility poles He said it would be expensive jota aa the parkways are shallow with solid rock base. On recoinmendatlon of the city engineer pipe to be used in Park Avenue storm sewer wa* changed from IS inch to 18 inch Mr*. Grace West, librarian wa* st en the week of August 23 as I vacation._ 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. Rica will bring the morning 1 message. SO EFFECTIVE MILLIONS SAY: WHY PAY MORE City Council Adopts Budget about Heady on broUtra or frytr* with h*avy. * Market * to Misses Arnee Gott, Ogilva Staf- ^t%U mod.-*t. ford. Mona Keaton. Myrtle Dick- higher on heavy type h*na r *ipu .won and Ob, a Pendleton.    -oajjja vn q    tm 24-35, manly 34-34 Prima paid In UKLIJb NO. 3    Rtrhmond delivered Heavy type h*na Myrtle Bane Circle No. 3. Mrs i#-i« moatiy is. aom# moiler* daitv*r*d Clyde Elmore, leader, will meet at^^ t|    pB|d „t u pr<,. tot K    y    r>    h    Roanok*' 2 POWDERS 5' Goodies jtiFT CFX. I YTTTjP * a a hi '-Lu* HEADACHE POWDERS ducera F.O B merctally at City Park at 6 p m. Tor a HHH « ,    IM    .    picnic. The Circle plan* to start to ,w ^ meeting Tuesday a rummage sale at the Qty Hall. night the Princeton city council aUgu*L 9 adopted the budget and levy esti- AU,U*1’ *    .« mate for the fiscal year The total! KEE .STREET CTR CLER receipts are estimated at $180,614 Esther Circle, Mrs Paul Covey. with the 12V* cent per hundred!leader, will meet with Mrs. L. H. levy in class I accounting for, Johnston on the Oakvale Road! Raoat*ri lY 94575.88 ; 25 cent* on cia** two. Thursday afternoon at 2 o’clock, homes, bringing in $8,458 and the Members will meet at the Church »anok*'for Aug 3—com my gr*d*d m n IO p*r r«nt A lira* 4-4*. 45-10 par cant A larg* 33-4. min medium* so par cant 14-31 and arnatta 22. Peewmi 16 Llva poultry—Prlcei paid net to producer* FOB. Roanok* for Aug. 3 — Broiler! or fryer* 2$ Haavy type hem 15-11 Light type h*na und*r 4 im loll and light typ* h*na ovtr 4 lh# 11-13. mad* astonishing statements like "Piles have ceased to be w problem!” The secret is a new healing substance (Bio-Dyne®)-discovery of a world-famous research institute. Now this new healing substance is offered in ointment form under the name of Preparation H.* Ask for it at all drug stores-money back guarantee.    Ina*    Mart. 50 cent class 4 levy bringing in $48,181. These tax levle* will yield $38.-154 14 and from sources a* the gross sale* tax on business, fines, license fees, state liquor store payment. parking meter* and other miscellaneous source* the city expect* to get $122,450.86. Gross sales twx is listed at $45,000. The veild the past fiscal year from this twx wa* $45,225. y&Jg/Qtf/kqttfirifedOfet- if NEW EOIBME MMU CREAM WITH GARDO! NEW COLGATE DENTAL CREAM WITH CARDOL CLEANS YOUR BREATH WHILE IT GUARDS YOUR TEETH! I astint ly stops bad breath in 7 out of IO cases that originate in the mouth! Immunity works to atop tooth decay! One brushing fight J tooth decay 12 hours or more! Gardol—Colgate’s longlasting anti-enzyme ingredient—make* New Colgrtc’a doubly effective! And only Colgate's gives you Rill Gardol protection against tooth decay! Right now you can get two 27-ceni tubes of New Colgate Dental Cream for only 59c! But hurry! This Special Get-Acquainted Offer is for a very limited time enly! 7itto27?7&/k$ ONLY 39* REGULAR VALUE 544 for transportation. Mona Mayberry Circle. Mrs. Jack French, leader, will meet with Mra. Elmer Fox on the Oakvale Road. Thursday at 2 o’dock.; Martha Circle, Mrs. Oak Bowden, leader, will meet with Mrs. Hamm on Hines Avenue, Thursday 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 a* previously announced. TYPEWRITERS REPAIRED And cleaned by experienced me-J chanics. Phone 5913, Commercial* Printing Co., 621 Commerce Street, I Bluefield. VV. Va. (Adv.! FOR KINT 3-room modern apartment. Unfurnished. Ground floor. Couple only. Die! 3362, 1102 Ritchie St.( Princeton. Available now. 5 VACATION^ * APARTMENT FOR RENT. 4 ROOMS AND BATH. 1105 PRINCETON AVENUE. DIAL 2126, PRINCETON. FOR RENT APARTMENT I — 2 room furnished apartment epply 1015 Bluefield Avenue, Princeton or coll 2421. STARTS TODAY SHOW TIMES TODAY 2 .OD—4.00—7:00—9:00 •cot WM I UAM MAI* roe SOOHJU a UMimn M*cot<«Art GOOD 0NIY WHILE DEALERS' SUPPLIES UST! umm HAYDEN ■ Manes MCCAMBRIDGE • sam BRADY Travel by train under this ... and SAVE all down the line! 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