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Bluefield Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - November 21, 1960, Bluefield, West Virginia Bluefield daily Telegraph monday nov. 21 1960 t no immediate increase in steel prices seen As result of pay hikes local red Cross chapter increases teaching staff Low production Virginia farm Price forecast issued viewed As key the teaching staff for a Iii the Bluefield chapter of the red Cross was increased by ten this week. The ten adults a five men Ami five women a graduated from a class this past Friday night that qualified them to be instructors. George Reading representative from the haste in area office of the american National red Cross was instructor for the fit Feen hour course. Frev loin successful completion of 26 hours of other courses were pre a requisites to taking this instructor s course Hight became instructors f o r the first time i mrs. C. R. Chappell mrs. Robert l Howell. Mrs. 0. E. Raiford mrs. Harold f. Porterfield mrs. Her Hal d. Perdue Frederick a. Faster Ralph t Keg Tigon or. And Sherman j Steele two receiving instructor renewal certificates were Rnold j crony and John Magann. According to local chapter chairman k. R Phelps two fact make the first Aid work of the this is the Way prospects for Virginia Arm prices looked to the Virginia department of agriculture on Friday. The department otters it to Farmers with the warning that no one can predict prices and be right All the time i new instructors a Bluefield red 4 re it chapter chairman e. R. Phelps is show a As he spoke to the new first Aid instructors for the area. Seated heft to right it Are mrs. O. E. Pafford. Mrs. C. R. Happen mrs. Hershel d. Perdue mrs Robert l. Howell mrs. Harold f. Porterfield. George Reading it instructor for the class standing it same order Arr Frederick a. Easter. Ralph t. Eddington w. Arnold trolly. Sherman j. Steele. Not shown Are Edward Niswander and John Magann. Pittsburgh it a it no Immor Diate increase in steel prices is i foreseen by most sources dose to the Industry even though Basic steelworkers receive a contract pay raise dec. I. I the main reasons Why no increase is believed to be fort com eng Ere i week. I. The Basic steel Industry has lighter Birds have dropped been operating generally Between Back into their usual seasonal 50 and a per cent of capacity for position with respect to the math last five months. Lure Birds and May hold there 2. Prospects for any significant until a a tar thanksgiving upturn in production in the near Christmas prices will depend a future Are dim Little More than usual on the the present situation to summed the is inc movement herons up by Iron ase. National we f Al Gnu Trade Musil. U Fer Cut Alx vol Quot in a so j year. F and when steel demand in Virginia last week Light reaches n level that will sustain is eight Birds had dropped Oil to a Price increase steel companies 2vl t0 2b cents with nature a will increase their prices in line hens at 28 to 29 and Toms at 23 to with increased costs Quot the Maga 24. Both a Little weaker. Line said recently. North Carolina Market was a a Titis will probably occur when Little stronger with Hen it vat to to steel operations approach to per 31 and Toms at 23 to 2vt. Mid cent of capacity. However the up West markets quoted a ight trend is not Likely to come until weight Birds at 2b to 254. Hens Well into at 234 to 28 ant Toms at 24 cents. The final decision on Price in egg prices look As if thee till creases however remains with have ome More Rise in them before the end of the year de stay smaller for the balance of Cline the year and on into i i. They have already bounced Virginia Grade \ Large eggs Back to mid october Levels from at >64 to >7 last week a Sharp slump late in that month w a mediums 474 to it in be i York Grade a Large were 52 and mediums i to 51 \ to reason for the strength is that old Bens finally went to Market in Good numbers leaving about the prices of mature Hen and Tom or cent fewer total layers the Penstemon is a North turkeys look pretty firm for this across the nation. American Plant with purple Blue total laying flock probably will Rose White and Scarlet Flowers. Dollar Days at red Cross important a one is that there is rising interest in part first Aid plays in it. The Eidens occurring in this country churches and others those inter civil defence and the essential other is that an per cent of a still take place in the Home a Estop in starting a class Are re free classes in first Aid Are Quested to Contact the red management executives and available to All types of groups Cross office in the Federal build it a it arc making their plans i civic clubs school organisations my in this City Public. The Doc. I pay hike will effect some 464.ow members of the United steelworkers Union they will receive raises ranging from 7 to 13 cents a hour depending on Job classification next oct. I hourly wages will go up an Otto Paris apr Mong 300 000 7 0 persons receiving government the ast a jct increase by steel pensions Are two families whose companies was an average of $4.50 forefathers were granted Royal a ton in August 19.58. The resell pensions before the French Revo composite base Price for finished lotion a government Agency has steel according to Iron age is Chicago House open the Chicago House furnishing company c7all Pia chs it Complete House furnishings since 1690 Bluefield a Zellerbach to quit . Post Augusta a a president Eisenhower sunday accepted the resignation of James d. Zellerbach san Francisco industrialist As amps Tivador to Italy. In a letter made Public by the vacation White House. Eisenhower lauded Zech Rovach Tor his rec i old during the nearly four years he headed the u. S. Embassy in Rome a a you have served your country with a High sense of dedication and purpose of which you should be justly the president it mud Zellery it Ach submitted his Rosig nation Ort. 17 asking Eisenhower to accept it at a future Date that suited him. He told the president a my personal affair have necessarily suffered from neglect Quot during his tour As ambassador and that he wanted to return to Pri a vats life Tress Secretary James c. Hag erty said he doubted that the president would name a successor to Zellerbach during his remaining two months in the White House. A former names Istanbul Turkey formerly was known As byzantium and constantinople it has a population of 1,203,1 00. Pensions reported reported about $124 a ton jobbers for Weed chains wholesale and retail general tire Bluefield w. A. Attention Home owners Are you a person that hat bought storm windows but forgot about ceiling insulation do you Colite Tho the Hoot loss through your ceiling is More than through your windows. Average costs installed of ceiling insulation is is 25.00 per House. Can be financed. Call us today. Citizens Coal and Supply company Coal and building supplies 600 Bluefield ave. Bluefield Vav. A. A 7-6118 from this great brewery comes americans Only. Fire brewed Beer the original 0n-the-Hill 701 Bland St. Bluefield w. A. Monday night specials 5 to 8 30 use our Christmas Lay away plan Woven Jacquard bedspreads hand washable full and twin bed a in a. Rea. 3.99. Monday it ago night Kiyoo special drones to match $088 Rey 3 99 Wash in Wear dress fabrics 1 Soo Yards of Brand now patterns values to 79t Yard. Sale a Price 1 f cd. Special boys Winter dress pants Odds r ends broken sisal while they $100 last Only or. Extra spec ladies dus too on my reduced to Ial ters l Price ladies poplin car Oats 1 Nice assortment colors amp Sixes Reg. $5.99 $488 Sale Price Cannon Mullin bedsheets repeat Sale monday night Only. Sixes 72x108 Reg. $162 2.49. Sale i Sixes 81x99 Reg. $62 1.99. Sale i men s Long sleeve sport shirts values to $2.99 while they $100 last Only a ladies Cotton slips Reg. $1.29 values broken Sixes monday might a7c Only to. Open your charge account today at Leggett a for More than a Century the Stroh brewery company has been brewing a Beer with a Fine and distinctive flavor. Over the years facilities have been expanded time and time again to keep Pace with the increased demand. This policy of steady expansion is your Assurance that the brewing and aging of Strohs Beer need never be hurried. You la like its lighter the Stroh brewery company Detroit 26, Michigan Stroh s Beer now distributed in Mercer county by a b amp r company commercial Street a Hinton West Virginia phone 245

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