The Baltimore Sun from Baltimore, Maryland on June 20, 1951 · 22
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PAGE 22 THE SUN", BALTIMORE, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 20, 1951 LEAF TOBACCO "SALES LIGHT Average Maryland Prices Generally Steady To Weaker Upper Marlboro, Md- June 19 CP) Volume of sales was light on the -' Southern Maryland auction tobacco market today. The Federal State Market News Service reports average prices by grade were generally steady to weaker as compared with Monday. . Bidding was less active for most offerings of heavy crop, which had shown some strength the day before.; Principal marketings were fair for low heavy crop, seconds and tips and low to good thin crop. . Average Tobacco Price Net sales at auction Monday totaled 435,667 pounds and averaged $48.79 per hundred. This average was $2.27 higher than last Friday's. Season sales were brought to 13,-606.931 pounds for an average of $50.71. Auction bid averages per hundred pounds on a limited number of f representative United States grades were as follows: Description Grade Prices - Heavy Crop-Good cherry-red ....... B3P $72 , Fair cherry-red. B3P 68 Low chocolate B5E 18 Low green BoO 17.50 Tins Fair red...;:.. T4R Fair green T4Q Low green T5G) Thin Crop-Good cherry-red C3F Fair cherry-red. ....... C4P Fair red...... C4R, Low cherry-red........ C5P Seconds-Fair cherry-red ....... 3C4r Fair red X4R Low red X5R 131 18.50 14 $74 73 68 70 $65 58 36 Savings Bank Deposits Rise To New Top In May Deposits in the nation's 529 mutual savings banks increased $72,-000,000 during May, bringing them to an all-time high of $20,234,000, the National Association of Mutual Savings Banks reported yesterday. This compared with an increase of $57,000,000 in such deposits in April of this year and a rise of $67,-OeO.OOO in May last year. Carl G. Freese, president of the association and head of the Con necticut Savings Bank of New Haven, said that May was the first month this year in which deposit gains surpassed those for the corresponding month of 1950. "Indications that the public are becoming increasingly aware of the folly of wasteful, unnecessary spending at high prices and of the advantages to be gained by putting away today's easy-to-get dollars until prices level off and their dollars grow in purchasing power is evi denced by the substantial gams shown in mutual savings banks' de posits during the last three moriths," Mr. Freese said. - "If this trend continues, it can be a Vital force in defeating inflation and in strengthening the national economy." Insurance Companies New York. June 19 IIPi These quotation! are supplied by the National Association of Security Dealers. Inc.. and other sources. Bid Asked Bid Asked AethaCas 88 92 MdCas... 19 53MdCaDrof 47 69lijMdCacvof 24 204 50 Aetnalns. 51 .Aetna Life 66 Atricult. 68 AAUiance. 30 AmAuto. 43 AmEouit. 25 AFldi-Cas 20 AmlnsNJ 20 Va - AmRe-Ins 28 AmSnretv 52'i Z5J4 29 V. 34 9 35 57 37 35; 72 32 46 27 22 21 30 MasBond 27 MeHreAs 32 Me&MINY 8 NatCas... 32 NatFire 55 V NatUnlon 35 NewAmCa 33 55 V. NewHam 33-V NYFire 20 NorthRiV 26 North'tlns 7'4 North'nln 49 41 Bk&Shio 108Va 113Vi 22 notion. . e'. i4 "4 CdenFire 20 22 V, ConOeU 109 113 ' 27 8, 51V, 159 57' - 81'- 29 Concas. 65 v. 69 PacFire. 151 Cru&For. 36 '-4 Federlln. 83 FireAsPh 86 FnFdiSP 48 F-mnNwk. 19 GenReins 27V OlenFalls 55 Glob&Re. 13 Olob&Rut 19 GtAmlns 33 Hanover. 31 HftdPire 126 HftdStBlr 33 V Homelns. 36 InjCoNA. 6S JerlnsNY 55 33 V. Paclnde. 54 J Phoenix. 77 Prov-Was 27 ReinCoNY 7 RelnsTex 3R , StPFM. 29 Seab'dSu iS Security 32 Sorinefd 44 , 88'5 51 8H 58 21V, 29H, 87 31 72 14 34-,; 48 34: S70 21 . 34 1 stdAccia. 3r Traveler 550 USFd&Q. 46 USFire . 35V USGusr 94 Westch r 21 33 130 35 33 70 58 48 37 V. 98 22 Foreign Exchange New York. June 19 M"r Closlnf foreign ezchsnge rates follow (Great Britain In dollars, others In cents): Canadian dollar In New York open market. 8 7-18 per cent discount, or 93.5 United States cents, up of a cent. Europe Great - Britain (pound). $2 80. unchanged: Great Britain. 30-day futures. 82.80, unchanged: Great Britain, 60-day futures, $2.80 11-18. up 1-18 of a cent: Great Britain. 90-day futures, $2.80 15-18, unchanged: Belgium (franc). 1.93. unchanged: France (franc), .28 of a cent; unchanged: Holland (guilder). 26.28, - unchanged: Italy (lira). .16 of a cent, unchanged: Portugal (escudo), 3.50, unchanged: Sweden (krona). 19.35. unchanged: Switzerland (franc) (free). 23.02. unchanged. Latin America Argentina (free). 7.10, unchanged; Brazil (free). 5.50.. unchanged; Mexico. 11.57. unchanged; Venezuela (bolivar). 30.03. unchanged. Far East Hong Kong (dollar). 17.60, unchanged. Bank, Trust Company Stocks New York. June 19 Pi These euotatlons are supplied by the National Association of ctecuriiy ueaier. inc.. and other sources . . Bid Asked B'cANTS. 26 23 istNacn ZS4 i40 IstNNY 1235 1295 GuartvT 285 294 BkofMao. 23 30 snidcdll 3.SJ 34B BsnkersT 43 45 IrvlnaTr. 19 20 CHBk&T 87'- ChaseNat 36 ChBk&Tr 42 ConBk&Tr 5 ConlUChl 87 CornFxe. 61 EmpireT 106 lstN(Boi) 46 90 kinase 1540 isao ManufTr 52 54 38 44 V. NatlCity. 44 46 NYTrust. 98 101 PubllcNa 44 46 TitleGiT 7 8 US.... 238 248 5 SO 63 110 49 Government Bonds Closing Over The Counter New York. June 19 WV TREASURY Bid Asked Nt.Ch. Yld 12s '55-51 .... 12s '54-52 ... 12s '53-52 ..... 12s '54-52 .... t2s '55-52 ... t2s '54-52 Dee. . 8s "85-53 ...... 2S '56-54 .... 2S '60-55 .... 12 'is '58-56 ... 12 s "59-58 ... 2S 59-56 .... 21 '63-58 . . . 12 s '62-59 June 12 s '62-59 Dec 2S '65-60 .... 12 Vis '67-62 ... 12 s '68-63 .... 12S '69-64 ... 12s '69-64 Dee. 12 s '70-65 ... t5J '71-66 12 Vi '72-67 June 12 s '72-67 Sent 2V4s '72-67 Deo. 3s '51 called .. 99.30 100.17 100.3 100.2 100.10 100 101.24 103.4 105.15 101.22 100.11 106.20 107.28 96.24 9S.20 109.2 97.24 97.8 97.4 97.2 100.1 100.20 100.4 ' 100.4 .1 100.12 .1 100.2 I 101.28 .. ' 103.8 105.19 1 101.26 3 100.15 3 106.24 108 2 86.28 .1 96.24 .1 109.6 .2 . 97.28 .1 97.12 .2 97 8 97.6 96.30 97.2 96.30 . 97 1.30 , r.a 97 97 4 98.28 98.30 .4 97 97.4 1 00 .85 1.05 .90 axMis 'sj-61 TREASURY NOTES far. 1 1954. 98.19 98.22 98.15 98 13 1 OS Isr. 1 1955. I C8 Uee. 14 1955 . . 99.3 99.6 1.06 , t Subject to Federal taxes but not to state income taxes. WORLD BANK BONDS JntBR&D2s '53 do 2s ;54 .... do 2s 55 ..... do 2s '56 . do 2s '57 2.30 2.00 2.40 . 2.10 2 50 2.20 2.60 2.30 2.70 2.40 2 80 2.50 2.90 2 55 3.00 2 60 3.00 2.65 300 2.65 97 8 98 97 8 98 O im "SH do 2s '59 . . . uv cv ..... do is '61 i 2s '62 altB PD 3s '72 do 3s 76 . . 313 3.12 Bid and asked prices auoted in yields KBld and asked prices auoted in dollars mint seconds. . Philadelphia-Baltimore Stocks ; Vet Satet High tow Clot Chg. Ailied Che 2a 45 70H 70. 70S " Am Airl V.B.. 10 15' 15 15W , Am Pit. 24b S3 1fl4 1tU lSVi 4. Am Rad&S3 la 103 14H 14 14 H Am TT 8 .. 454 154 Va 153" 154 "t Amer Tob 3a . 292 62 61 614 Am Wa W Vib SO 8 8 8., V Anae C lb IS 40T4 40 4034 . Armco 8 lWb 12 41 41 41 V4 Arundel 1... 340 16 15H 154 AU City S f 20 123 204 20V. 20Va Atl Reftn 4 35 73V. 73 V 73V V Avco Mir .60d 213 7V 7 7 8 A O. ,.. . 40 19 19 18 do4 pf 5d 20 38H 38 38H v. Bank 8 pfl.SO 10 74 74 74 Vi Beth Stl 2b 110 51 51 51V& V. Budd Co 1.60a 215 18 15 16 V. Chesa&Ohio 3 230 30 29 29 V. Chrysler 4b . 45 697. 69' 69',. V. Cities Ser H 34 107 105 107 Col Gas .80 . 100 13 13 13 . Com Sol la.. 20 27 27 27 Cons Ed 2 40 30 30 30 ConGBalt 1 40 245 25 24 25 ConVul Al 40 35 16 16 16 V. ContMot .40d. 10 8 8 8 .. Cont Oil 44 51 1 Sl Curtiss-Wr 1.. 665 10 9 10 Del PL 1.20 . 19 22 22 22 V Du Pont 1.70b 255 97 96' 96 Eastm K 1.40w 183 42 42 42 Elec B&S . 10O 21 21 21 .. Elec St B lb. 25 44 44 44 Erie Kft tb. so i9- - Fla P&L .70b. 4 21 21 21 4- Gen Elec 2.10b 144 55 55 95 ... Gen Mot 2b . .. 613 48 48 48 ... Gen P U 1.20. 184 18'. 18 18'. Gen PU rts. 14500 9-64 Va 1-64 Grah-P Mot 58 3 3 a V. Orevhound 1 . . 250 11 11V 11 10 81 81 81 4- 2 48 .48 48 4-1 110 15 15 15 4- Vs SO 33 33 33 4- 35 34 34 34 100 50 80 50 800 23 23 23 24 76 76 76 50 8 8 8 V, 20 38 38 38 GtNRy pi 2b. UU1I UU wi.. Hud Mot la.. Int Har 2a ..' In:Nick 1.60a. Int Pap 3d .. Jones&LS 90. Kenn Coo 2 b Leh CAN .35b Lockh Aircr 2 Loew's Iric 1 60 14 14 45 22 22 143,. 1 . 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T3 in Piner Aire .15 2 "ItiLakeE 2 ' 2 57 Pit Metsllu 2a tl 39 PolarlsMn ,20k 130 4 RwyL Sec 1 1 18 V. 1 2 57 V. 39 V. 4 1 1 II 43 57V. 'i 39 14 m. 4V4 4-18 V, 5 ReadTu A k Roosevelt F 5e Rotary El S 3 Ryan Aero .40 St Lawr Cp . . Schulte DA.. ?al Lock Shat Den .30s Sher W msl Vis 11 5 5 Tl 15V. 15". 15'4 4. T4 40' 40. 40J 11 8Va 8 8 19 41 40 40 13 1 1 1 16 1 1 1. and tl 6V 6V. 6. i 63 63 63 1 Stocks Sale Netl - hrdt. High tort Clout Chg. 8 8 5 - 3 3 3 V. 5 . 1 it .1 10 8 8 8 V. 4 6 6V 6V V. 11 19 19 19 4- 6 27 27 27 16 39 39 39 4i 3 IS 15 IS 121 15 15 15 V. 13 2 2 2 4 R3 8 Ri 14 . 14 . 14 . fi". f,Vm 6". 37 37 2 2 ... 3 3 Net Sales High tow Close Chg. Philco 1.60b.. Phil Trans . do pf Phil Pet 4.80. 223 23 100 6 100 8 45 87 23 6 8 87 23 6 ... 8 ... 87 Va 44 ao wi 436 44 43 Pb 8EOlSl.2S3 22! W 'vi da or 1 40 185 24. 23 241. Pure Oil 2 . 50 ' 53 53 83 5 .1 i(v . 5 Ji7 4vr " 7 I Rem Rand Id 3 19 19. 19 ReynoldsTob 2 15 32 32 32 2co raper a 100 ay-, ay-. ov scran tl I. . Ita 14 lS"u 14 r. I Sears Roeb 2a 60 52 62 B2 V. Servel Inc b 50 8 8 8 Sine Oil 2a 351 41 261 31 40 40 S Vac Oil 1.60 SouthernC .80 JUT. Jl 30 11 11. II soutn y 2D soutn St Stnd St Studehak b 60 28 28 28 75 30 30 30 Syl Elec 2a Teras Co new 110 48 48 37 18 61 28 H 20 J? nee un a is 37 Twencenfox 2 45 18 65 61 50 28 43 4 1 20'i. 18 4- . 1 rrn CsrC 2 Unit Air L d Unit Cor .20 61 28 1 Unit Gas C 1 ZU '.'4 . . 2? unit a in 1.40 59 29 23 US Smelt & R 100 55 55 US Steel lb. 345 41 40 VaEliP 1.20. 271 20 20 034 41 20 y Warner Plctl 10 12 12 12 WestPennEl 2 220 28 28 28 Vt V.I 30'-. 3(ii. 1.1 WestElee 1.60d 235 38 37 37 , Woolw 2a.... 65 43 43 43 V Bonds BaltTr 4S1975 3000 55 55 85 4-1 Total stock sales. 16.000 shares: ri.ht.. 16.000; bonds. $3,000. . zo si 51 5i iv, -::;..- , ...t-t .7...-' - Pac 5a 10 64-i 64s. 64. V.l -nicao. i it n vy ncai 1 tAKMJlL. On June ?l.?-..75 ?? ?? S2M,- ,0,-x'e"-4: beloved husband 55 S3" . V .Y o-ilTW,.'W"2 "WiViiZ -iSi?: nee Madison). iid ina i f r'f r-i x. i -' w . w ... w . . . . . u . ... . sPlus extra or extras bPald or oavablelMay. . .. . .86 in 1951. eAccumulRtlons paid or payable In 1P51 ftPftlrt in 1950 crash .nrt'nr etrvrk wDeclared or nniri 1951. nlux stork dend vLiouidatina dividend Prica range I exclusive 01 oaa lots Bid And Asked un Local Issues STOCKS Bid Asked Arundel Corporation 15 "Saltimora Transit 3 Baltimore Transit Pfd. ...... 14 Cons Gas Balto. 24V. Davison Chemical ........... 40 Fidelity and Deposit ... 67 Finance Co of Amerira (A . . . 210 Finance Co of America B... 210 Glenn U Martin 15 Pa Water and Power 37 Potomac Edison 3. 6fi pfd.... 88 Potomac Edison 4.7 pld. ... 105 BONDS Baltimore Transit 4s A...... 54 Baitimore Transit 5s A 57 16 3 14 25 41 " I 15 38 56 58 Snlet 1.000s High Net! tow Close Clo. NYC 5s 2013. . 42 72 "iV I1.1' do4V,S2013A do 4s '98 . 62 4; 64 34 61 60 22 75 74 2 62 62 61 4- .! 61 J 74' V. Slni -i 99? a NYCHR3Vis'97 NYCMC3S'98 1 60 eu-4 NY Dock 4s'51 S'a NYNHi4Vs2022 152 54 83 54V QO 4S ZUU( . 3. iUJ4 (u u - NYOW 4.4 '92 tl3 NYSW 5s '40.t'18 24 PG&K 3s "70. 8 98 23 24 4- 98V 98 V. Pen RR 5s'68 . 15 104 104 104 1 109 109 109 V. do 4'jS '60. do 4', '65. do 4,4S '81.. do 'R4E 30 100 994 Qqi V. 43 944 94. 94 R SSV. OS S5 Peo ft E 4560. PCSL 5s "70A PWVa 4s'60C STT,SF4s'22t. 2 77 77 77 i 1 1(14 104 104 l' 2 92 92 92 17 80 80 ; 80 50 94 94 94 17 R7 Bfi'i Rfili do 4s -S7 SALinc4A,16t So Pac 4Vi?'Pl do 4s 'Or77 Son Rt 658 6 S3Vi 91V. WlsaV 2U y-v y whv. 12 109 108 109 4. V do 5s '94 ... ri- '56 16 108 ioa 108 , 4 minnu. inn inn X. StONJ2'71. 25 92 92 92 TexCp 3s "65. 1 101 101 101 ' . ThAva 5s '60 ! Hal,, net, oou. 1 J-J C a T2J t U 7 iU7 TSt do 4s '60 . ta sov. aa . 59 " WMd 4-4s'69 10 100 100 100 r W un Ss -co 5 101. iviim iui'tm i W'.SCen 4S '49T7.86V 80 86 WlsC 4sSD'36 !5 66 66 66 4-1 Foreign Bonds Antwero 5s '58 3 101 101 101 3 100s. 1004 100 vt ... Australia 5s'55 Austral 3s'67 Bras 6s'57st Colomb 3 s 70 Cooenh 4Vss'53 i n o -i 1 . onlL on 1.7 . l i ran 10 61 61V4 61 24 47 46'". 467. 15 65 v 65 Va 65 Va J I 6-49 49 49 -til! Czecho 6s bOst Denm 5' is '55 1 92 92 92 10-36 36 36 Italn 2-3s 77. Japan 6s'54 Peru 1st 6s'60 tl 78 35 12 35 78 78 .34 34 ... 35 35 do 2d 6S 'bl TokioC 5Vis'61 tl 63 63 63 1 Tok joEL 6s 53 til 68 63 68 "certmcates. tsellina flat on account of defaults of pnncipal or interest or ootn. iseiuns iiat lor reasons otner tnsni default. ! Matured bonds Neiotlabllity Impaired by maturity Curb Market Sale Net Hrds.moh low Clot C ho. Slnaer Mfg2.40 2 57 56 56 Solar Aire 60a 14 14 13 14 4 Sonotone .32 . 14 5 4 5 So Penn OU2a 1 42 42 42 ' Std Cap&S ..11 9 9 9V 4- Std OilKy2a. 5 38 38 38 a. Std PwA-Lt 10 6 6 6 4- Starrett CPC 3 4 4- 4V 4- V. Technlro 2... 9 19 19 19 Trana Lux .. t2 2 2 2 Tuns SolL 12 17 17 17 Un Aire Pd . t3 5 5 5 ... Un Shoe 112 11 42 42 42 USFoilB .4011 10 38 37 37 4- Ut Id Sug C 15 3 3V 3 Valspar ... 126 8 7 8 Venes Pet ... 15 8 8 8 .. Wlllsnn Pd 1 . tl 12V. 12. 12", Domestic Bonds Soles 1.000s High Vet Chg. low Close CenStEl 5Vj'54 131 123 123 123 V It 8 P 6s '63 A 20 55 55 . 55 Ohio Po 3'68 7 102 102 102 Cal X 3s "65 112 99 99 99 IStOrk. SA marked r filllv H.te4 An th lAiro sxenanee All otnera are dealt on an unuslea trading pasta Rates of dividends in tha foreenlna tahta are annual disbursements based on the ?eUt7r,!, f wml;nnua'1c1t'o' tin- less otherwise noted special or extra diTl- aenns are not mciuaea E dividend trFi rlvhtm eld- nt od Part paid ur Under rule war Warrants ww With warrants xd With out warrants a Also extra or extras b Plus stock dividend d Cash or stock a raia last vear I psjaoie In stock estimated cash value on ex dividend data e Declared or paid so far this vear h Declared or oald after stock dividend or sdikuo c ueciarea or paid tnis year an ccumulative issue with dividends in ut rears o Paid this year, dividend omitted deferred or no action taken at last divl dend meeting- r Declared 1951 oavable in laaa w Declared or paid 1951 plus stock dividend y Liouidatins dividend z Payable In stock, exact cash yaius unde- lernuneo. on declared aaie Dividend Actions Stoe rf Pav- nitial Bate Period Record able Interstate Bak sew .25 6-22 6-30 Increased Comwlth Edison..-. .45 55 .50 .30 .75 .15 25 30 .42 .50 .50 .62 -i 1 ' 1.00 .45 7- a 7- 20 8- 6 6-29 6- 25 8- 30 7- 18 7-20 6-29 6- 29 7- 13 7-18 7-16 . 8-1 Reoular Air Way El App... Container Coro ft-l 8- 20 7-16 6-39 9- 20 Detroit Edison. ... Dixon cruciDie. .. Elgin Nat Watch.. Gotham Hos . . . Hussmann Rerrlgr Mass Invest Trust. Minn & Ontario P. Nat City Bk NY.. Pitt Brew pf . . UnltCigWhel St of 8-1 7-25 7-25 8-1 8-1 8-1 Year End Nachman Corp., .. 6-25 6-29 Increased Comonwlth Edison 7-2 8-1 A (A, i J; Grain Markets Chicago Chicago. June 19 W) Grain ranaa at principal markets: Previous High Low Close Close Jul Wheat . Chicago 2.38 2.35 2.35- S.39- MinnPiS. i. . i.6i Ka.City 2.34 2.31 2J1; 2.3o-i4 oeptemoer vvneat Chicago 2.41 2.38 2 3809 2 41 Minnnls. 2.35 2.34 2.34 Z.JOV4 2.37 Vk December Wheat- Chicago 2.45 2.42 2.42-.43 2.45 Minnpis. 2.j z.jb". z.javp July Corn " Chicago 1.70 1.67 1.67- 1.70 v?ri''"n ir"VT , , vu; - ..007. .im .' July oats "lc,g," 9 .78 .72 .78-.78 .13 .80.,80 I Minnpls ,73 V .1J74 CASH AND FUTURES PRICES No. 5. $1.M .62: ;66- jPat No- 1. h sample grade. S1.10 I leavy. mixed. 85c: No. white. 86V4C.; sample grade, heavy, white, HAr Barley nominal; malting. 81.35 .60; iieea. si.io .30. eoyoeans None. rrices lor tutures rangea as loiiows: Close High Low Close Tr. Ago Wheat July $2.38 Sept.... 2.41 Dec... 2 45 12 35 2.38 2 42 2.45 2.45 167 1.68 1.61 1.65 .78 .80 .83 .85 $2.35 2.39 2.43 2.45 2.46 1.67 1.68 1.61 1.65 .78 .80 .83 .85 .85 V. 1.96 1.84 1.83 1.97 1.85 1.85 $2.13 2.14Y. 2 17 2.18 I 2.15 I Mar.. 2.47 2 47V. May. corn July.... 1.70 Sept. . . . 1.70 1.45 1.44 135 Mar"".". i:66 136 .81 .73 7414 'on- Dec..'.'.! 4 Mr..,. . .86 .74 V4 I JI luia styiei Uuly 1.97V. I.OA t 34 ritvl-ISept 1.85'. 1.83 1.36 1.4Q Dec 1 8434 1.83 Rn ffl Stvlel July.... .. Sept 1.86 1.85 Dec. . Soybeans July.... 3.14 Sept.... 2 96 Nov 2 80 Jan 2.82 312 2 93 2 77 V4 2.79 2.81 3.13 3.05 2.94 2.78 214 2 80 2.16 2 82 2.17 2.84 15 90 11.12 15.70 11.37 15.05 11.35 1462 11.35 15.05 11.60 15.15 1520 Mar... a.tuva asay. ... .. 1590 15.65 15.05 14 60 15.00 15.15 Rent 15 7S Oct...,sl5.30 NOV. ...1475 Dec..... 15 25 n 15.15 Mar ,, Baltimore FLOTTR Recelnts. none WHEAT Rereint.. 2 941 Ml hn.h.l. snipments. 1Z..3U8 DusheU. Stocks. 2.941.' 053 buhe!s Settllna nriees' Nn a Ten. winter, mint no Quotations: No. 2 red. winter, aarllrky. STjOC li.JU: wo. 2 refl. winter, tar rkt June. S230; No. 2 red. winter, sarlickv. soot, sz.27. Closins nrlcesr No a red. winter. nnt no ouotatlons: No 2 red. winter, sarlickv snnfc. a? 9Q? K'A 9 r.H vlnt.r .rlinVw June. 52 29: No". 3 red. winter. aarUcky CORN Receipts. 166.931 bushels CORN Receipts. 166.931 bushels. Shio- ments. 341.000 bushels. Stocks. 2.017.680 bUo4?L . . . 3t kTr,n? 8hlDments. none BARLEY -Recelnts. none. Rhlnment I none. Stocks. 3.611 bushels I RYE Receipts, none. Shipments, 200.000 iousneis. otocKS. sui.S3 cusneis. SOYBEANS Receipts, none. Shipments. i none, biocks. ea.jov Dusneis. miTjL'eed Receipts, none. STRAW Market .te.dv. Wheat itriv i no. a. per ton. sia. THE BUTTER MARKET New Ynrlr. Jnn m im Ttutt.r rrinf. I 1.437.158; market firm. Wholesale prices on bulk cartons. Creamer. hiher thanl 92 score AA). fresh. 69.c: 92 score A. fresh. 68 6834C.: 90 score fB. fresh. I score c. rresn. sv,e in MEMORIAM (1) I w " oooKiei or nz rpecmen in memo- nam tributes sent freeimnnTemiist 1 L ? CORMACK-In fond remembrance of MILDRED L who died June 20. 1948. un eartn tne ties or friendship gave sucn distant meaning to the grave That when you passed we hardly knew That Death had really taken you. But. friend, our frtendshlD'a only Dries 1 Was sympathy and sacrifice I And through thm nirtoln unii '.t.nif fmlr I ... ... . . I wailing to seal our menrismn there. l LOVINGLY. I 20e THE RTTRRAICX; rrT.TTR FRANKLIN. A tribute of love to the memorv of nr rii4 RBtMT .hn oassea away 15 veara iro tod a v. Those whom we love out of sight. But never out of mind: They are cherished In the hearts or those they leave behind. Loving and kind In all his ways. Upright and Just to the end of his days: sincere ana true m heart ana mind. I ueautuui memories he left behind I 20 margaritt a mfi rstw RODRERSTn lovln m.mnrw f . rr,C" : . '.v;.- i. dear erandfather and father-ln-law. J. FRANK RODGERS. who passed away one year aw. June 20. 1950. From this world of pain and sorrow: to tne land of peace and rest: Ood has taken you, dear Grandv: Where you have found eternal rest. DEVOTED GRANDSON. JACK; GRANDDAUGHTER. LARUE. AND 0e DAUGHTER-IN-LAW. MARQTT. DEATHS (3) Death Notices Received Too Late for Classification Will Be Found on Page 2 ALLERS. On June 18. 1951. at her I nome. 5702 Park Heights avenue. I FLORENCE K. nee Conway), beloved wife of B. Frank Allera and mother! of Mrs. Wallace E. Grothaua and Mrs. I Robert L. Swem. 21 Funeral from William J. Tlckner & Sons. North and Pennsylvania avenues, on Thursday at 8.30 A. M. Re quiem High Mass at St. Ambrose's Church at 9 A. M. Interment In Druid Ridge Cemetetrv, BAER. On June 11, 1951, at Tacoma wasn, CHARLES W., formerly of 7 boutn woodineton road. Baltimore Md., beloved husband of Pamela R. Beer and son of Mary E. Baer. Friends may call at William .7 Tickner it Sons, North and Pennsylvania avenues, after 1 P.M. Wednes- day. Funeral services will be held onFI'Trj- On June 18. 1951, at Chestnut Thursday at 1 P.M. Interment In Bal timore National f Temotoro Oft BAILEY jOn June 16. 1951. MAMIE P. ince Lsei. oi jw tasi i wentv-eientn street, beloved wife of the late Basil! T. Bailey and mother of Mrs. Mary R. Andrews, Jesse J., and Cass L. Bailey and sister of William Lake. Funeral services will be at the Wil liam Cook Mansion. St. Paul and ires ton streets, on Wednesday, at 1.30 P.M. Interment In Parkwood Cemeterv. 20 - BEATTY. On June 19, 1951. at her residence. Summit avenue. Granite. mo., wiNirttiu (nee urinin), be loved wife of Richard Beatty. mother of Sarah Regina Beatty and daughter of the late George G Sr, and Sarah Richards Griffin. . Requiem Mass at St. Alphonsus Church. Woodstock. Due notice. 20e BIND EL. Suddenly, on June 17. 1951, i-isituiMANu a., or 309 south High land avenue, beloved husband of Mar garet A. Blndel (nee Kealy). Taren- tum i pa.) papers please copy. 21 Funeral from the Charles S. Zeller Funeral Home, 901 South Conkllng street, at Hudson street, on Thursday at 9.15 A.M. Requiem High Mass at Sacred Heart Church at 10 A.M. In terment in Sacred Heart Cemetery. W I BIXLER. On June 19, 1951. at the Home wood Apartments. DR. WILLIAM HENRY HARRISON, beloved husband of Julia Green Bixler. Funeral from the Mitchell Home 1900 Eutaw place, on Thursday at 10.30 a. m. interment private. 21 BLACKBURN. Suddenly, on June 17. 1951. GLEN R., beloved husband or Anita Blackburn 4 nee Farace) Portsmouth (Ohio) papers please copy. Funeral services from his late resl nence. zu& Georgetown road, on Wednesday, at 10 A. M. Interment In Baltimore National Cemetery. 20e BLACKBURN. Suddenly, on June 17, 1951, RONALD, age 4, beloved son of Anita Blackburn (nee Farace) and the late Glen R. Blackburn. ' 20e dence, 2909 Georgetown road, on Funeral services from his late resl-Wednesday, at 10 A. M. Interment In Baltimore National Cemetery. (Portsmouth (Ohio) papers please copy. BLADES. On June 18. 1951. MARY LENORA. age 87 years, at her home. 419 South Parrlsh street, the beloved wife of the late Charles W. Blades. Funeral services will be at the LeCompte Funeral Home, Cambridge. Md., on Thursday at 3 P.M. Interment In Greenlawn Cemetery, Cambridge, Maryland. 20 J3JI BOWEN-On June 17. 1951. at the resi dence 01 bis niece, Mrs. Helen Phelps. 506 Woodbourne avenue. CHARLES B., husband of the late Mary Gill Bowen. funeral irom the residence or his brother. J. Frank Bowen. 508 willow avenue, Oovans. on Wednesday, June DEATHS 2rMt " ttDt cMHqLMESl-qn June 17. 1951. SAMUEL Hill Cemetery. Towson. 20e BREWER. On June 19. 1951. JOHN B.. beloved husband of Katherlne I. Brewer (nee Sawyer). Funeral from his late residence, 1101 Sargeant street, on Friday, June 22, at 8.30 A. M. Kequiem High Mass at at .Petr 1 UL A,' nterm.int I In Loudon Park Cemetery. 21 BROOKS. On June 17. 1951. GROVER CLEVELAND, beloved husband of Mary Herbert Brooks. 20 mends may can at nis nome. aiz Greensprlng avenue, after 10 A.M. Tuesday. Services on Wednesday at 11 A.M. Interment In Druid Ridge Cemetery, 18. 1951. GRAHAM, of Flora S. Carneal of 2216 Annapolis! road. Westport, and father of Mrs I John W. Ennls and Mrs. John Hettche. 20 Funeral services will be held at William J. Tlckner tt Sons, North and Pennsylvania avenues, on Wednesday. at 10 A.M. interment in Meadowriage Memorial Park. CLINE. On June 18, 1951, SAMUEL H., I of 129 East Cross street, the beloved I husband or Mattie Avdlett cilne. The lunerai services win be at tnei William Cook Mansion, St. Paul andl Preston streets, on Thursday, at 121 noon, interment in united states 1 National Cemetery. Baltimore. (Fred erick (Md.) papers please copy. 21e I COFFMAN. On June 18. 1951. at her I home. 5542 Oakland road. Arbutus, HELEN L. (nee Laib). beloved wife of Hiram L. Coffman and mother 01 Joseph and William Skane. 20 Funeral from William J. Tlckner at Sons. North and Pennsylvania ave nues, on Wednesday at 8.15 A. M. Requiem High Mass will be offered at the Church of the Ascension, Hale- thorpe. at 9 A M. Interment In Loudon Park Cemetery. CONRAD. On June 17. 1951. JOHN M., of SIS North Streeper street, beloved son of the late Andrew ana Kose jon-rad (nee Turek) and brother of Mr. Charles Conrad, Mrs. Rose Kotzun and Mrs. sopnia noiace Funeral Irom tne ucnimunec ru- neral Home. 2601-3-5 East Madison street, on Thursday at 8.15 A.M. Re-1 Sulem High Mass at St. Wenceslausl hurcb at 9 A.M. Interment In Holy Reaeemer Cemetery. 21 COOKE. On June 18. 1951. formerly Of 720 McHenry street. CLEMENTINE A. STECKMEYER beloved wile of the late William Cooke and mother of - Frederick A.. Joseph P. and George W. Cooke. Mrs. Joseph C. Kvedera, Mrs. Julia M. Volkmer. Mrs. Vernon H. Mihm. Mrs. George B. Anderson. Mrs. Ernest H. Gyr. Funeral from her late residence. 4200 Barrlnston read at Beechfield avenue, Kensington, on Thursday, June 21. at 9 15 A. M. Requiem High Mass at St. Jerome a Church at 10 .A. M. interment In Loudon Park Cemetery. 20e " " ."T' Ll .. V CROCKETT THOMPSON. On June 14 1951- ETHEL, of 644 West Fayette street. IPaulsboro (NJ.) papers please copy. Services from the John A. Greb-llauckas, Jr Funeral Home, 1905 East Pratt street, on Wednesday, at 2 P. M. Interment In Holy Cross Cemetery, Brooklyn. 20e DESORT. On June 17, 1951. AUGUST J, SR.. of 3118 Cllftmont avenue, beloved husband of the lata Margaret Hunneck Desort. devoted father of I Mesdames Hele'n Schmltt and Marie Glazer and Mr. August J. Desort, Jr. Funeral from the Schlmunek Funeral Home. 2601-03-05 East Madison street, on Wednesday at 2 P.M. Interment In Baltimore Cemetery. 20e DEVORE. On June 18, 1951. THOMAS CLYDE, of 1620 Doolittle road, beloved husband of Mary L. Merryman Devore. Funeral from the TJlrlch Funeral Home, of Dundalk. 2112 Dundalk ave- nue. on Wednesday at 11 A. M. Inter, ment In Baltimore National Ceme, tcry. 20 DIETRICH. On June 19. 1951, at her late residence. 2839 Mayfleld avenue, ANNA (nee Krleter), beloved wife of George W. Dietrich. I Funeral from the unncn mineral 1 ffTSSLmZmZLTk BnalSnore MriiVl' to terment in Baltimore Cemetery. 22 DIETZ. On June 19, 1951, FREDERICK. beloved brother of Mrs. Lena Grits and Mrs. Emma Macauley. of 1807 North Chester street. - 22e Funeral services are to be held at H. Sander & Sons, North, avenue and Broadway on Friday at 1 P.M. Inter- ment In Baltimore Cemetery DOBRZYKOWSK1. On June 18, 1951. STANISLAWA nee 8ocha). beloved wife of the late Peter DobrrykowskL formerly of 801 South Port street. 22 Funeral from her son's residence. Bernard Dobrzykowskl. at 324 South Drew street, on Friday morning at 8 o'clock.- Requiem High Mass at St. Stanislaus cnurcn at 9 a.m. interment In St. Stanislaus Ce mete try. ORENNER, JR. The Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Post No. 81. The American Legion, deeply regrets the death of COMRADE JOHN D. DRENNER, JR. lf.e C. J. KAMMER. Commander. DUDE. On June 19. 1951. WILLIAM G.. beloved husband of Anna W. Dude (nee Oyeman). Funeral services will be held at his borne. 3349 Windsor avenue, on Friday at 2 P.M. interment In Loudon Park Cemetery. 22 FLECKENSTEINw On June 18. 1951. WILLIAM F.. formerly of 11 East Cross street. In his seventieth year, beloved nusoana or Eiizaoetn Fieckenstein (nee Buckheit), - beloved father of Augusta Bryan. Elizabeth Wells and William Fleckensteln. Jr. Funeral from John G. Connelly Funeral Home. 3500 Bank street, on Thursday at 2 P.M. Interment In Bal timore cemetery. - 21e FLECKENSTEIN. Baltimore Lodge No. 7. B P.O. Elks, regrets to announce the death of our brother. WILLIAM. and we extend our sincere sympathy to nis laxnuy. zi JOHN S. WYATT, Exalted Ruler. FLECKENSTEIN. The Biddle Outing and Social Club. Inc., wishes to express their sympathy for their late brother, WILLIAM F. FLECKEN STEIN. 21 R. E. WELLS. President. HU1. Pa.. MOTHER M. LUCIA, S.S.J. (Kate Flynn), beloved daughter of the late Thomas and Katherlne McDonald Flynn. 20 Funeral and Interment on Thurs-dav mornuiK at Chestnut Hill. FOXWELL. On June 15, 1951. at PhoenU, Ariz.; WALTER E.. age 65 MORELAND. McDonogh Alumni Asso-years. of 613 Lennox street, Baltimore, ciatlon regrets to announce the death beloved husband of Elizabeth E. Fox- on June 17, 1951, at Wellesley Hills, well. 22e Mass., of a fellow alumnus, EDWARD Funeral from the Burgee Funeral L. MORELAND, Class of 1901. 20e Home. 3631 Falls road, on Friday. LEROY M. WITZKE, President. Juno 22 .t 3 P M IPrinrl. m.v rail after noon Thursday.) Interment In Oak Lawn Cemetery. GI.FFIIJ-"rt? June 18.' 1951. SAMUEL A., of 13 York court, the beloved hus band of Florence Hudson Glffln and father of Sidney H. Glffln. Funeral service will be held at the William Cook Mansion. St. Paul and Preston streets, on Thiimrikv at in 30 A.M. Interment In Meadow Ridge Memorial. 21 GILL.-On June 18. 1951. ANNA H. (nee Hunt), beloved wife of the late William M. Gill, mother of Mrs. Mildred Houck. Mrs. Clarence Weltzel. grand- mother of Mrs. Melvin Klnnear. Mrs. . Francis Weber, Mrs. Julian Bovd. and also survived by five great-grandchildren. 20e Funeral services will be held at her home. 5217 Tramore road, on Wednesday at 2 P. M. Interment In- Mount Olivet Cemetery. GOLDSMITH. On June 19. 1951, SELMA (nee Rosenberg), beloved wife of Louis Goldsmith, of 2307 Callow avenue, and beloved daughter of Israel and the late Sadie Rosenberg and sister Jesse and Jeanette Rosenberg, of Bal timore. Funeral from Sol Levin son & Bros. Home, 1124-26 West North avenue, on Thursday. June 21. at 3 P. M. 21e GREEN. On June 17. 1951. JAMES W of 1309 Union avenue, beloved hus-hand of Jean A. Green, (nee Btve- ridge). Funeral from the Chenoweth Funeral Home. 3615-17 Chestnut ave-: nue, on Thursday, June 21. at 1 P.M. Interment In Baltimore National Cemeterv. 21e GREEN v Sheridan Hood Post No. 3065. Veterans of Foreign Wars, regrets to announce the death of Comrade JAMES W. GREEN. All post members are requested to pay their respects at the Chenoweth Funeral Home. 21 . THOMAS C. BTINETT. Post Commander. Sincere Service with Financial Fairness FRANKLIN L.- AND 3y; . tj' Ut i-a.a 3 NOMS KM SUNiaaiS AIR CONDITIONED S00S Park Heights Ave. LI. 2607 (3)1 HARTMAN-On June 19. 1951. ANDREW, beloved husband of Annie E. Eartman (nee Barker). Funeral services are to be held at his home, 1737 Darley avenue, on Thursday at 3 P.M. Interment In Parkwood Cemetery. 21e j.. 01 1718 Light street. Deiovea son 01 Charles H. and Frances I. Holmes (nee Silvers). Services at the McCully Funeral Home. 130 East Fort avenue, on Wednesday at 11 A. M. Interment In cedar Hill Cemetery. 20 JOHNSON. On June 18. 1951. JOHN V, of 4902 Ritchie Highway, aged 36 yrs.. the beloved husband OX Bessie H.I Johnson (nee Belada). 21e The funeral wlU be at the William Cook Mansion, St. Paul and Preston I streets, on Thursday, at 1.15 P. M. Services will be held In the Hamilton I Presbyterian Church at 2 P. M. Inter-1 ment In Cedar Hill Cemetery. IWash- lngton (D.C.) and Memphis (Tenn.) oaDers mease coovi. KELLER. On June 17. 1951. at her home. 2302 Loudon avenue, LILLIAN C. (nee Downey), beloved wife of Grover P. Keller. Services at the Q. Howard Strong Funeral Home. 3207 West North avenue, at Hilton street, on Wednesday at 2 P. M. - Interment In Lorraine Park Cemetery. 20 KINDERVATTER. Suddenly, .on June 17. 1951. CHRISTINA v. (nee Bauer- i Bowers), beloved wife of the late John I aenry ivinaervaiter ana oeiovea mother of Katharine 3. Klndervatter, Frederick (Md.) papers please copy.l Services at her home. 1735 Belt street, on Wednesday at 11 A. M. Inter ment in Loudon Park cemetery. 20e KINDERVATTER. Monumental Chap- ter No. 8. O.E.S., announces with sor row ana deep regret the death of P. M. SISTER CHRISTINE KXNDERVAT TER, life member. GLADYS T. GARNER. 20e . . Worthy Matron. KING. Suddenly, on June 17. 1951. at home, 228 Dunkirk road, Rodtrers Forge. HENRY JOSEPH KINO, be loved husband of Hilda Larkln Kind. Funeral Jrom the above residence on Wednesday, June 20. at B A.M, Requiem Massat the. Church of the Immaculate Conception. Baltimore I and Ware avenues. Towson at 10 Ail. Interment in Cathedral Cemetery. 20 rvipp rn Tin. in ia trr tt-atjc-toI it hhomV'ac CUSHINQ. at her home. 3 Club road. I Roland Park, wife of the late Charles I h. Knapp. Requiem Mass at Mount Calvary I Church, Madison and Eutaw streets. 1 on Wednesday at 8 A. M. Interment! in Greenmount Cemetery. 20 RRHOUNEK - On June 19. 1951. JO- 6EPH P.. beloved husband of the late Anna M. (nee Lipp). Services from the Leonard J. Ruck Funeral Home, 5305 Harford road, on Friday at 8.45 A.M. Requiem Mass at Et. Dominic's Church at 9.30 A.M. Interment in Holy Redeemer Ceme tery, z KL'SZMAL'lw On June 19, 1951. WAL- TER B., beloved husband of Catherine L. Kuszmaul (nee Hoffman). Funeral from his late residence. I 38!6 Eano P. M. In Cemetery. lAGv On 3826 Ednor road, on Saturday at 2 Interment in Loudon Park I 23e June 18. 1951. ANNA (nee r isner). oeiovea wife or josepn Lang, oi 513 rorty-nitn street. Funeral from Lilly & Zeller, Inc.. Funeral Home, Eastern avenue and DEATHS Wolfe street, on Thursday. June 21. at I SCHWARTZ. On June 18. 1951. FLOR-intt i m i?4OTiitn vra . Bmr I fktte VI beloved wife of Edward J, Heart Church at 11 A. M. Interment In Oak Lawn Cemetery. 21e LEUPOLD. On June 17. 1951. at her home. 223 East Preston street. ELIZA BETH CUNNINGHAM, wife of the late S thVlate XmeVB Richard James Leupoia ana daughter lie CunnlnRham. of New York. 20 Friends may call at Stewart & I Mowen Company. 108 West North ave nue. Funeral services Christ Episcopal I Church. Chase and St. Paul streets, I on Wednesday afternoon at 2 o clock. interment Lorraine Park Cemetery. LEl'POLD. The Washington Curtis Chapter, Daughters of the American I Kevoiutton, announces with aeep sor row the death of a dearly beloved memoer ana rormer orncer. MRS. RICHARD JAMES LEUPOLD (nee Elizabeth Cunningham). 20 HENRIETTA E. BRISCOE. Regent. tEtTOLD.-Th. Maryland State So- clety Daughters of the American Colonists, announces with deep sor- . row the death of a beloved Past State Regent. MRS. RICHARD JAMES LEU POLD (nee Elizabeth Cunningham). 20 . . .. Regent. LEUPOLD. The Society of Daughters of Colonial Wars In the State of Mary land announces with deep regret the loss or a Deiovea memoer MRS. RICHARD JAMES LEUPOLD (Eliza beth Cunningham). 20 MRS. J. EDWARD DuKKR. President. MAGUIR15, On June 18. 1951. ALFRED MANN, beloved husband of Ida L. Manulre (nee Strom?) and beloved father of Ruth M. Magulre. of 2217 Lake avenue. 2le Funeral services are to be held at H. Sander & Sons. North avenue and Broadway, on Thursday at 11 A. M. MANN EL. At Jenkins' Memorial Hos pital, on June IS. 1951. MARY C. . (nee Mayer), beloved wife of the late Max c. Mannel. 20 Funeral from Lilly Zeller. Inc. Funeral Home. Eastern avenue and Wnlf. .tr... on Wn.1.w .T,in -l at 8.15 A.M. Requiem Mass In St. Elizabeth's Church at 9 A.M. Inter ment in Holy Redeemer Cemetery. McCLURE. On June 18. 1951. M. ELLA (nee Cassell). the beloved wife of the! late Frank E. McClure. I Westminster I (Md.) papers please copy.l 21 Funeral services will be held w Hie Ijoring Byers Home, 5005 Psrk Heights avenue, on Thursday at 11 A.M. In terment in Loudon par- cemetery, McKENNA. On June 18. 1951. ANNA M I nee Shipley), of 440 East Twentieth street, the beloved wire or Francis p McKenna and beloved mother of Mrs. William B. Nolan. , 20e mLirS" rh. rm,n vnSSav i TURNER.-On June 17. 1951. LILLIAN Funeral from the Conklln Funerall' . n,v. t cu...nt mn road Home, 924 East Eager street, on Wednesday, at 8.30 A. M. Requiem High Mass at St. John s Church Eager and Valley streets, at 9 A.M. Interment In New Cathedral Ceme terv. MOREL AND. On June ' 17. 1951, ED WARD L. Memorial services will be held Tuesday afternoon at 3.30 P.M. In the Congregational Church. Wellesley Hills, Mass. Interment In Druid Ridge Ceme- terv at 3 P. M. Wednesday. June 20 1 Please omit flowers. Contribution to General Theological Library or Children 'a Hospital. Boston, would be aoDreciated. 2" KOOVAV. On June 19. 1951. JACQUE NETTE F. (nee Van Courtlandt). of 1111 McAlleer court, the beloved wile of James J. Noon an. 21e The funeral will be at the William Cook Mansion. St. Paul and Preston streets, on Thursday at 8.15 A.M. Requiem Mass at St. John's Church at 9 A.M. interment canisie. r. PACKOWSKI PASALUK. On June 18, 1951, FRANCES nee uonva), Deiovea wife of the late Caslmlr Pasaluk, residence at 2407 Fait avenue. 20 Funeral from George A. Weber Funeral Home, 705 South Ann street, on Thursday morning, at 8.30. Re quiem High Mass at St. Stanislaus cnurcn, at v a. no. mwruiein o.. Stanislaus Cemetery. ' PARLETT. On June 18. 1951. at Delta. Pa., JOHN T beloved husband of Kuril F.. Parlett (nee Cochran). Fuiieral services on Thursday at 2.30 P. M from the Harklns Funeral Home. Delta. Interment In Pine Grove Cemetery. Friends may call at tne Harklns Funeral Home on Wednes day. - - 20e of I RAND. On June 18. 1951, SEYMOUR. OI OJO UI 1.11 iukculu otircv, ruiw- delphla. Pa., beloved husband of Helen Rand and devoted father of Mr. Sylvan, Miss Nancy and Miss Harriet Rand; brother of Mrs. Morton Janof-sky and Mrs. Leonard Stulman. Relatives and friends are Invited to attend funeral services Wednesday precisely at 1.30 P. M. at Morris Rosenberg's Son Memorial Chapel, 2009 North Broad street, Philadelphia. Pa. Interment private. I Kindly omit flowers.) 20e Marwlc N.rwl.. I. 1 PHILIP HERWIG SONS J ttw-wft-rfit Offrcto4 - 2024 Orleans Street 1 Dicker.. 5547 Roadway 2219 I Comfortably. Air Conditioned I f3) REHBERGER. On June 17. 1951. LENA ELLEN, (nee Martin), beloved wife of I Dr. George E. Rehberger and mother! or Dr. John M. Kenberger ana Mrs. 1 Dorothy E. Bonn. Friends may can at ner nome. raper 1 Mm roaa. Jacicsonvuie. Keauiem 1 Mass at St. Johns Church. Long I Green, on Wednesday at 9 A.M. Interment In 8t. Jqhns Cemetery. 20 RICH. On June 18, 1951. BARBARA P-l BARKER RICH (nee teoach), of 1120 Abbott court, beloved wife of Syl vester Rich and beloved mother of Mrs. Joyce Besser. Mrs. Barbara Scheufele. Mrs. Jean Gray. Harry Barker. CpL Arthur Barker, Wayne and Robert Barker. 21e Funeral services will be held at the parlors of Harry H. Wltzke. Holllns and Gllmor street on Thursday, at 3 P. M. interment In Mount Olivet Cemetery, ROBERTS. On June 18. 1951. at his I home. 5713 Bellona avenue. JESSE G., beloved husband of Elizabeth P. Ro- J. berts (nee Upp) and father of Park Booerts. zo Services and Interment on Wednes day at 2 P. M . In Marietta. Pa, ROGGIO. On June 17. 1951. ROSE MART (nee Rlchardl). beloved wife I the late Pletro BorkIo. " 20 I Funeral from her late home. 1112 Proctor street, on Wednesday at 9.30 A. M. Requiem High Mass at St. I Johns Church at 10.00 A. M. Inter-1 ment. Most Holy Redeemer Cemetery. ROMINIECKI (RETNOLDS)On June 18. 1951, JOSEPHINE, beloved Wife of 1 the late Caslmlr Romtnleckl, of 618 South Washtneton street Funeral from the r. w. ozasewsu Funeral Home. 1930 Eastern avenue, on Thursday. June 21. at 8.30 A. M. Keauiem Mass at Holy Rosary cnurcn at 9 A. M. Interment In Holy Rosary Cemetery. zoe SCALLY, On June 18, 1951, THERESA CJ., of 2528 Alsqulth street, beloved daughter of the late Patrick and I Annie Scally (nee Cummlngs). I Funeral from the Melville Jenkins 1 Funeral Home. 2713 Kirk avenue, on Thursday at 8.15 AM. Requiem High I Mass at St. Bernard's Church at Si A.M. Interment In St. Joseph's Ceme-1 terv, l exas. Md. 21 5C"EE - AI N5W ' " J,U5?, 1951. JOSEPH S., husband of Eileen I Scheuer and brother of Leon andl Miss Mathilda Scheuer and Mrs. Ed ward Rosenthal. 20 Due notice of funeral. .... A . : . C. of 4809 Pennlneton avenue, be loved nusoana 01 tne late saran ui- llan Bchlmpf (nea Owlngs). and latner 01 Miss Helen c. ecnimpr. Funeral services WlU be i held at William J. Tlckner & Sons. North and Pennsylvania avenues, on Wednesday at 2 P. M. Entombment In Lorraine Park Mausoleum. 21e SCHIMPF-A special ecanmunlcatlon of I Doric Lodge No. 124. AJ. is AM. will be held on Wednesday. June 20. at i P. M.. for the purpose of attending the funeral or our late Drotner, GEORGE CLARENCE SCHIMPF. CHARLES H. SUITER. 20e Worshipful Master. SCHNURR. On June 19. 1951. GEORGE n f 2340 Annacolls road. Westport, helnved busband OI tne late Mary & Rchnurr lne Schultz) and beloved father of Mrs, Margaret Schull and vtr T.llli.n Cannon. 22 e Services at the Mcuuliy runerai TTnma I3n Fast Fort avenue, on Frl- m a m a jjf Tfrtniem Maaa at bl Jerome's Church at 9 A. M. Interment at Fort Wayne. Indiana. Bchwarts ana oeiovea motner oi uuu. Betty Kralner and Mrs. Helen orr Funeral services will be held at her inme 1810 Westnhal place, on Thurs- rl.y at 2 P. M. Interment In Cedar I Hill Cemetery. ' 21e I 195V XYll home. 1557 Abbottston street. DELLA I C see 70 vears. . wife of the late Roland M. Shields. Funeral service at the chapel of Stewart and Mowen Company. 108 West North avenue, on Thursday aft- rrinor. at 2 10 o'clock Interment In ernoon at 2JO o cioca. uuenneu "j wnM tlornine i:i951. at his late r.niH.nm ina South Addison street, LLOYD ADAM, beloved husband of rrr,ir ..V, rw.i-v I i ism.nl nnma of I nL".r c 1 J." VnlderTcr TTe; nue at Pulaski street, on Tuesday aft- DEATHS ernoon at 2 o'clock. Interment lnr.Trrr,pVI. , . ,.. K4 . Lorraine Park Cemetery. 20e 20e STEWARTm JunTlT 1951 (nee Vinson), beloved wife MART A. of the late Toward n. Stewart. 22e Servicea In her home. 1619 Belt street, on Friday at 10 A.M. Burial In TCMtsrn rmterv. ktokes On June 18. 1951. HARRY, beloved busbana or Mrs. tzaxij Btokes. of 1500 Holllns street. Funeral services from the WHlouch rev Funeral Home. East New Market, Md., on Thursday at 11 AM. Inter ment In Vienna cemetery. Vienna, VTsrvland. 20 i rHTir.fm June 17. 1951. MARIE E. (nee Krumdick). Deiovea wue oi the late wiinam r. oucotms. iur- tneriy oi zen west r sirmouni avenue, i Funeral services from the Fred A.I . tt tail X7ap4 S.ltlmAr.1 lyijia xxuiiic M W ...... street, on Wednesday at 3 P. M. Intes - ment In fit. Paul's Cemetery. Violet ta - ,n 90e Tvi.n-On Riindav. June 17. 1951.1 BESSIE SPENCER, at Hanora Memo- Hal Hospital. Havre ae urace. ana. Funeral services at ner tat ooim n nivr. Am flrim on Wednesday. t m 1 t .-nt.Fm.nt in Pivk . nxt Z?in jitn it 1951 ANNA I THOMAS. On JUn 17. 1951. 2 m i. A beloved daughter of Georse J. ana I Helen M. Thomas (nee Fleckensteln). Funeral from her parents' residence, 3707 Hudson street, on Thursday at 8.15 AJJ. Reaulem High Mass at Sacred Heart Church at 9 AIL Inter ment Sacred Heart cemetery. a lihl7Zfik June 17. 1951. BESSIE I n-DTTTTTT. TJnrl.t f 7591 late Emil G. Tribuii. w Funeral services will be neia at tnei home of Harry H. Wltzke. 4101 mondson avenue, on Wednesday, at 11 A. M. Interment in Louaon rars Cemetery. F. mea Hook), of Pleasant Hill road Owlngs Mills. Md.. beloved wife of Rnhert I. Turner. Funeral from the nine Funeral Home, Relsterstown, on Wednesday at 2 P. M. Interment In Druid Ridge Cemetery, 20 WAI.DEN. On June 19. 1951. at his residence. The Bowling Brook Farm Mlddleburg. Md, ROBERT J., beloved husband of Mary Norris waiden. Funeral services will be conducted at his late residence on Friday. June 22. at 2 P. M. Interment In Middle hiiro Cemeterv. 22 WALLACE. On June 19. 1951. GENE, VIEVE C. of 2500 uibDons avenue. beloved daughter of the late James and Mary Wallace, sister ox Mrs. Thomas E. Erdman. 20e Services from the Leonard J. Ruck Funeral Home, 5305 Harford road, of which due notice win be given. WHITE. On June 17, 1951. CHARLES WILLIAM, or zsw wens avenue, Edgemere, beloved husband of C. Esther White (nee Armstrong). Funeral from the John F. Denny Home, Light and Montgomery streets, on Wednesday at 2 P.M. Interment In Pnrkwnorl Cemetery 20e WOLF. On June 18, 1951. CHARLES J-. JR., Of 3644 Duaiey avenue, Deiovea and of Charles 1. and Virginia L. Wolf. . w Services from the Leonard J. Ruck Funeral Home. 5305 Harford road, on Thursday at 11 A. M. Interment In Parkwood Cemetery. 21 WOOD. On June 18. 1951, at her late residence, 1507 Druid Hill avenue. JULIA A, beloved mother of Edward M. Wood. Also survived by four grandchildren, four great-grandchildren, three nieces, five nephews and other relatives. Friends may call at her late resi dence. Requiem Mass at St. Mary's Episcopal Church on Thursday at 10 A.M. Interment In Arbutus Memorial Park. ' 20e Beautiful Flowers Expertly Designed Reasonably Priced Order from J.J. Cummings & Sons 1123-25 W. Baltimcn St. PLaza 1374-1375-1376 (3) ZEPP. On June 17. 1951. CARROLi. SOLOMAN. beloved son of the late Howard and Alverta Zepti and father of Howard and Harry Zepp and Mrs. Marlon Moulden. zoe Funeral services at the Chapel 01 William Berryman A Sons, Relsters-town. on Wednesday at 3 P. M. Inter ment in Calvary Metnoaist ceme tery. G amber. nEGLER. On June 19. 1951, HOWARD m ZTF.fiLER. of 1345 North Patterson Park avenue, beloved husband of the late Annabelle Taylor ziegier. Funeral services will be held at the Home of Harry H. Wltzke. 4101 Ed-mondson avenue, on Thursday at 11 A. M. Interment in U&x uwn wme-terv. , 2ig FUNERAL DIRECTORS (4) THE MITCHELL HOME John O Mitchell ft Sons. Ins. 1900 LUTAW flaAti O. Mitchell. Jr. M. B. Mitchell inurth trrrtfrattpn- CEMETERIES AND LOTS (6) GLEN HAVEN MEMORIAL PARK Located on Ritchie Highway at Glen Burnle rour-orsve Lots, sto ana u T?, ,f5T "f? k4I.Ti?tmJ,nt0n7?V!nU ' Glen purnie i ej BEt 0-27 . JrAKJVYUULI .7 ttttj t'C ntuna riTumon Graves 850 ft On Nnn sectarian Monument. Memorial Uauanlenm AtfM 3310 Taylor Ave. HA 0586. HA 4783 alter LORRAINE PARK Beautifully Developed Lots Reasonably pricea. permanent entomoment in i ralne Mausoleum Phone VK 1838 or wooaiawn 49 BALTTMORR CEMETBW Beautiful memorial monument or lawn sea. tions Reason a Diy priced rionsectsnaa. NortH Ave., east of Osy St EA. 1101 DRUID RTTJGB CEMTTERY Kxerative efflres 505 Cathedral ftt t.x mi Office Cemetery FO 4545. Pikes 139 oak lawn cFMrmcuv "Revereptw dedicated to those who ears- 7225 EASTKRN AYB Phone Essex 5 WOODLAWT4 CEMFTERY MONUMENTS, VAULTS, ETC (7) sr HENRY MERKEL, INC. MONUMENTS Since 1855" " WRONZS FLOWER VA!FS CLE AMINO ft REPAIR WORK IN CEMETERIES w w?.TDvrrv: m ortMO iQST AND FOUND (8) 6ank BOOK. ParFvilieBTnk.-LoSt by jonn Hartnett.-7813 darkworth Placa. Balto 14. , CAt Gray ft white Persian. Perk Hants. H.vwsrd fit Reward 8A 9504 change PURSE 8mall faint brown. lot vicinity Acme Sttoer Mrkt. 3400 Belair Rd.. containing $70. 2 cleaning tcket. s a bunch of keys. 870 reward. HA. 6012. DIAMONT RING lot sentimental value. Vie Howard Pk. call Gwynn 282-w. DOO Lost, strayed, vicinity of Wslbrook. Cocker-SDltz tyoe oupoy. wmte wit" mt markings Answers to rame of Fnntty. Bard. 2037 Walbrook Are, wi. SO. . DOG Small black male. Pchicnerkl b-ed. Kewara. strayei ir""i eon w. T'lvecere Ave . Roland Fk. TU. 1983. onice bA. 14 m DOO Lost Black Cocker Spaniel, female. da. dear, weanna tan eouar. cau ur. Albert Linn. SA. 6070. Reward. plbyshors jnvee. red linen, ifnt in ce.i UUOUW.ll IV U.llUWU 0414. 44,uax about 6 P. M. MO. 1288. SAILBOAT. 14 ft lost vicinity of Miller's island Buncay. June 17. Liberal rewara. Box MA10125 Sun. WAT.LET B!ack. booktype. lost at Century Theater Sun. nieht Imoortant oersons vaDers Herbert E. Gould. Reward. FO. 33TQ or 3B03 Fem'Il Ave WAT T FT lH-'. black with re tr-nmlr. Lost vie W B ft A. Station Reward. """W WATCH lost. Man's aold Initialed Hamil. tn. Klck leather st-o. Mrs. v.. Gaines. 217 2ndSt. S. E, Wash, 3T D. C. WELSH TERRIER lost. 8100 reward. Small black ft tan. no teeth. For any Inform. ?iye LA- 7"9- A uu LOST Dos. Vicinity Ashburton White im0oth-halred small terrier, black face "V. "."V" JfSS Z?ZZJ?1 2. Lucky. Phore LI. r:93. P-eward. ruisi nuuvt) .9 week. SLIPCOVERS Custom made in 1 3-nr. se-s m corrpte. MO. 23T0. SHARE YOUR CAR (10) Take 2 m drive LO. tl33 PERSONALS (11) I WILL NOT be responsible for any debts unless contrscteo oy myseu. LAWRENCE D. P.OS3 t R.F.D. ABERDEEN : " REPAIRS JOlTOS-LrVNVILLE GUILD PE. 6600' " LITTXE AS $5 MONTH . . 4. wt ,t. 1X FaVnaSIlt 4 MOISIKS . I stone 1 Brick Roofinc Spoutlc Bkylicht Carpentry Plasterin ITlec Work I Cement FREg FSTTMATES SAT OS NIGHT 1 Remodelinf Kitchen Units Floor Sandlnt C!ub Basement Rardwood Floors V. eathersUioDios i smnguna I Oil Burners I Wire Fences AU Work Guaranteed COLUMBIA ROOFING AND CONTRACTING CO. 1532 N GAY ST NIGHTS erNDAYS LB S853. TO S752. OR 4559. TO T77S jsivjuildri.iv niaUKx. if21 JOHN STREET CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS ESTABLISHED 1929 ALL TYPES RTnodelmg & Repair .MA. 0716. MA. 4530. Plumbing . Heatinc -Apt. Conversions Modern Kl'chena Modern Bathrooms Tile Work Csreentry Plasterina Celotex Ceilings Cement Work Porches Floors Kites. Sundays. Holidays. MObawk 4209 or Dundalk 1765 FREK ESTIMATES DAY OR NIGHT wa Arrange rinancir.a. HOPKINS 0174 FOR HOMI IMPROVEMENTS OF ALL KINDS Pay as Low as 15 Month . THE ROGERS IMPROVEMENT CO. : S14 Northern Partway KOpfclns 6174. PAPERHANGLNG. $7.50 UP C. WHEELER GLEN BUR NIS 1528-H SLIPCOVERS Free Estimates. HA. 6106. VALLEY 3004 CONCRETE V atrrproofina Cellars Brick block work of all kinds. Reas. Free e.U-mates Call Tony. BR 2141. CONCRETE AND Artistic flagstone work. Established 1910 Leo Soampinato at Son, Inc. EE. 5546. ROOMS PAPERED. $8 00 UP H THOMPSON LONOWOOn T251 . URN1TUR1 REPLN1SHED A REPAIRED ODholsterv furniture cleaned, recovered. CADDEN. ?12 W Biddle St 8A B348 FURNITURE REF1NISHED A REPAIRED ANTIQUES restored Lrlteh & Selwav 7l Linden Ave vk sbib-k x PAINTING Specializing in cornieej, frames. Reason porches, and arlndoi ably done. MTJ. 4063. CONCRETE CELLARS, sidewalks, block fencet. porches Brick and stone stena ot all kinds Reasonable CH 1815 VACUUM P.it. nt all ilnris CLEANERS Free tests SA 1356 Vtt LR APPUNCES 19 W MULBERRY BRirK A STONB--An. Kind oorcnes stet. concrete A flasstotie All bom tmprove. ments TP 3300 BS 6807 Roof Leak ? Phone BE. 8023 ENTTRPRISg ROOmO CO TV aervlca ealls 12 RADIOS repaired id your home rv semce. Radio Ho? D ital. Ollmor 6328. any time CEMENT WALKS, cellar stew porches. dnvewaya ft rates joseoo Kiccoonco- Ave HA 3187 TV service calls 12 EADIOS repaired in your home. TV service. Rsmo Hospital, o nmor 638 any uw PAPERHANOINO BY QL S8 and uo Per room .Also oalnttnt uuaraotaed work Promo sem-e CH 0775 PAPERHANQINQ and wall scranlnc by steam Sanltaa K D Thomas CL 47S3 FLOORS LAID BANDED REFIN1SHED Lerov Rllte Rooms SI 2 no BR.13"9 ROOMS PAPERED S10 OBRT BiOWN HOaklns g94 PLOORS 6ANDED Refimshed Best for ifi on 41H8 l q nepnan vra. P rLOOR3 Laid, sanded A reflniahed Blvd" tiii vi uoiteryeicn neas Tates PAINTING, carpentry, wall psperins A spoutlnt Mr Baldwin HA 2725. FLOOR BANDING Si FlNliSHINO SIS Per room. 3 coats W i Holt LO 8514 firs-alarm '.eryica. pipes raoaira 1B?0 Hartord Are NTUIberry 2392 ' PAINTING INTERIOR fc$IERIOR. 1 UROK ' HO" P6E2. PAINTtS-O. biTSAlOa es m-EHlUR' BBOOHSBXRM , Li. 014t DEATHS

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