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PAGE 24 THE SUN. BALTIMORE, TUESDAY MORNING. AUGUST 7. 1962 'WHAT FLAG?' COUNTY. ASKS Art Controversy Develops As Councilmen See 'It' News Rack Theft Gets Year Term By D.tVtl) L. M.UTSRY ' (Continued from Page 36) arouna. caionsvuie votes were welcome. The County Council was reminded yesterday that it had "sanctioned" the contest also. But, in the heat of the campaign, the project apparently was forgotten. Many of the councilmen also were seeking reelection. Avoid Antagonism One of two youths charged with larceny of $35 from newspaper racks was sentenced to a year in the House of Correction yester-l day in Central Municipal Court. The charge against the other was dismissed for lack of evi dence. The larcenies had oc curred since last Thursday, Pleading guilty and receiving the sentence was William L. John son. Jr., 18, of the 2200 block East Fayette street The other youth, who pleaded innocent, was Richard W. Cook 16, of the 900 block North Luzerne avenue. In dismissing the charge against young Cook, Chief Judge T. Bar Complete American Stock Market flirt ' Vet Hrit H'oh lore Ctot Coo Any politician during a heated ton Harrington told him he "got primary campaign certainly would off like a singed cat." not wish to antagonize or draw the ire of a group of business men in a populous section of the county by rejecting this civic undertak ing The bill to make the flag official was introduced yesterday by Joseph M. Dignan, Jr. ID.. First). who at the time was acting chair man. Lsing pressure tactics he pronounced it an emergency measure and said if the five coun cflmen present voted favorably on tne measure it would pass. Then, E. Jay Miller, county Dub lie relations officer, unfurled the flag. There were gasps. Mr, Miller explained that the design had been selected by a panel of five judges. They were William E. Prince. of the Maryland Institute; Miss Olive Jobes, county? public school art supervisor; Wilbur H. Hunter, of the Peale Museum; Porter Hopkins, of the Maryland Historical Society, and Dr. J. Fred Andrea, of the Catonsville Business As sociation. Right Out Loud If only those judges had been at the county council session yesterday and heard what each coun cilman, with the exception of Mr. Dignan, said right out loud. -Referring to the red plow on a white background in the right cor ner, one cried: "That plow is too big. Besides, they are not using mat kind much At the bottom left a wheel cog. red on white, was denounced as too Communistic looking." Mr. Miller then explained the plow and the cog represented agriculture and industry and the other two blocks incorporated the colors of the county seal of gold and black. He added that Mr. Kahl had ap proved of its imaginative sim plicity. "It's a helluva looking flag," cried a councilman, ''It's miserable ... a monstrosity," cried another. "Real Pretty" "I think it's a real pretty flag," said Mr. Dignan. "I'm not going to vote to adopt mch a thing," asserted another councilman. - Mr, Dignan, who realized his bill for approval was doomed if a vote were taken, declined to call for, a vote. He said after the session he would seek the support of the .two absent councilmen. Dale Anderson (D., Fifth), chairman, who left early, and J. Cavendish Darrell p., Fourth), who is in Europe. All the councilmen expressed sympathy for the feelings of the Parkville High School student, John McLemore, who won the contest. They observed, however, the contest for the county seal involved professional contestants as well as students. 100 Prize They took the position that pro- ipssionals should have been en lered and the prize of $100 was a poor inducement ; They also questioned the wisdqm of the judges and demanded to review all the entries. And that is where the controversy may wgin. Passenger Study Of 2 Airports Scl . (Continued from Page 36) fver to a private concern for tabulation. II is hoped that the result of the survey will be known two weeks after it has been completed, Mr. Beeckcn said. Linen Cooperate, Help Pay He pointed out that all the airline are cooorating fully in gathering the information as well as sharing half the cost of the mirvey with the Airport Board. "In addition to the information on persons living in the heavily populated metropolitan areas of Baltimore and Washington, the survey will show flight hahits and preferences of persons from the rest of Maryland and also Irom Virginia, Delaware, parts of Pennsylvania and West Virginia. Some Questions Atked ' Some of the questions that pas sengers will be asked are: Are you a resident of the Balti more-Washington area? If you are, what town, city or county? If you live in Washington, what is your specific address? U you are a visitor, where did you stay? v What is your destination? ; I Hw y" get to the airport? Xilamstown Man Dies A Trailer Hits Car " " Point of Rocks. Md , Aug 6 if. Lewis L. Kline. 68, of Adamstown, was killed today when a tractor trailer slammed into his car broadside. Slate Polite said (he accident happened on Route 13 about 2 miles north of this Frederick county town. , Police testified that the Johnson youth was caught in the act of trying to steal from a news paper rack in the first block East Baltimore street yesterday morning. COUNTY INDICTS MURDER SUSPECT Ironworker Charged With Willfully Killing Barmaid Willard Lee Allen, 28, an iron worker, of Stevens, Pa., was in dicted yesterday by a Baltimore county grand jury on a charge that he willfully and with premeditation killed a barmaid. The indictment was returned to Judge John G. Turnhull in Circuit Court after Frank H. Newell 3d, State's attorney, took witnesses before the grand jury. Allen went to Baltimore police July 3 and told them h had driven a car to Philadelphia and abandoned it with the body of a woman. Body Found In Trunk Philadelphia police found the nude body of Mrs. Ethel E. John son, 31, of Baltimore, in the trunk of the car, which had been rented in Lancaster. Mrs. Johnson naa been em ployed in a tavern in The Block. She was the mother of two children. Allen is being held without bail in the Baltimore county jail. Bal timore county assumed jurisdic turn in the case because Allen told them he had been with Mrs. John son in a motel outside the city, County police said an autopsy report indicated Mrs. Johnson had died of asphyxiation from chloroform, a bottle of which was found in the glove compartment of the car. Bristol-Myers Raises Dividends I,. New York, Aug. 6 () Bristol- Myers Company today declared a dividend of 35 cents a common share, payable September 4 to holders of record August lfi, an increase over the 30-cent dividend paid in recent quarters. The drug and pharmaceutical firm raised the quarterly pay ment to 30 cents from 25 with the September payment last year. It also paid a year-end extra of 10 cents last year. Other dividend actions reported today included these totals: Pe- Ma. ml Pay. Rale rind lterr (hit IK HI- AMI- I) Aber Pet A .86 14 T, I 1 Acme Ham 1 1. 1' I'i- Acm Mm .7r 1 51 S3 5'. Acme Pre J l' 2' a Vt lAdmir Plu 44 13-4 Wt 12'.4- 'a Aero Flow -10 14 3'. 3' a 3'4-r Aerojet 17 '14 51. S4 iS'.-l1. Aerorwa Ml 4 4', 4' a 4' I. Aeroeoi T 1 II 10'a 10S W Agnew Sur iSe I 11', H;. 141. .... Ami Invnt I 4', 4'. 4'. .. Airpt A .1 I IP. 17, 17', f . A K U J 7 140 S3 S3 5J . . . Alt Pw of 4 l7 88' SS'i 88'-,- Vt Alan Wood lop 4 14', 14'. 14', .... Ail Am Eng 1 ... All 81 Prop 3', 3, 3. V, AllegAlrl i 4'. 4, 4 - AlliedArt 4 3', 3', 3' a V. A!lledArt pf ,M 4 I1, 8. l'a .... AlllKtCon .24 -1 ' C'a 'a Allied- Ftp 4 II) r, .. Alloys Unl 4 7 7 7 V, Aieo 1 24 234 24 .. Ambui Oil 54 6'. l' P.- 'i AmEleetron 4 J. J 3 ', Amlnt Al 12 ! 1 l'a 4- '. Amlsraell I 2s, 2"i IS V. AmMARC 3', JF4 Tm .. AmPetrolA .IS 2 43. 4' a 44 m: ArrSea! .5 4 11. 13H 13,..' I Anch Pout I 3 13', 12S 12' a Grain Markets Chicago. Am 1 principal mirktu. Chicago , Grain rant High Low Close Pr. CIo eWDtemher Wheat Chi. . 2 124 2.11', J 12 Minn. . 2 37. 2 3n4 2 38' K.C.... 2 18'. 2 15r4 2. IS? December Wheat Chi .. 2 19 2 18"4 US'' Minn.. 2 40. 3 J'. 1J', K.C 2 21 2 204 2.20Ji Mar Wheat Chi . 2 21 a 2 20 2 20', Minn. . 2 40'4 2 33', i0", K.C. . 2.18'. 2.18 '4 2.18', Beptember Corn Cnl... 105 '4 104"! 1.04',, Der.mber Corn Chi . . 1 07- 1 0Va September Oat Chi ... 62s. .82. .J24 Minn.. a.'. .i-, ai'i 1 12". e 3T. 2 16'. 2 18V, a2 40'. 2.201. J 20',. 2 41 2.18". J. OS1. 2.0', 107 .62' a ST Salft Het Hrii. Hiah la Clote Chu. Andrea Had 5 4 W-i M'a Ant Lao A 20a 4 J 2J4 Anken Ch M 15 44'. 43. Apollo Ind 4 ', S'4 App Pw PT4 50 t30 iT. t3' Artu Inc 2 Ark La Gaa 1 1 28'a 28'a Armour t 5 24 2.V. Arnold All It 1'4 1'4 Arrow El I 2', 2', Aiamera 17 11-16 Aud Fd 8t IV 3 1. 3'. Astd Laund .121 t 2 2 Aid O1IA1O M 5' a 5 Aud Te.l L 3 8 V, Aurei Inc 18 11'. IO Ateo Chem 1 21. 2'a Atico Fin 3 8', 8 All C L CO I 40a 3 48 47 All Research 5 23', 22' Atlu C Mm .371 Atlas Cp wl 32 '- '-. ii Atlas Sew 12 1', 15-18 Audio Dev 4 13 12H Aurora Pla 754 4 12S 12tj Auto Rad Kit 4 61-. Avlen 8 .V, 5'. Avis Ind 1 15V4 15V4 2i 43V V, S'44-t3'.4- 84 4 23.- . 1'4- 1l 2'. ... 1118... 1'. ... 2 .... 5 .... 8 ... 104 , r-a . 8 47 22l-IV. 12. . 12' - V, 8 V4 5". . 15V4- V4 B Bailer Sl 20 ' 3a 8a-S-lS Bauer Ind J7t II f I Baid Mont 2 4' 4 '. '. V4i Bald Mont of 1 4 11. 11. lllr- V. Banc aeu .iw no 4'. 4". 4'-. v. Banff Oil 19 1 11 H6 Banner ind 4 4'. 4'. 4'. ... BarChrls .50t 3s. 3S 3'. Bar! Town .25t 4 8 8 8 Barnes Ent 3 21'a 21 21 2 Baruch Fost 24 1'4 l'i l'i Barvlew Oil 3 1 1 1 Bearlnn .0 4 12"i 12'. 12'-j Beck Shoe 10 . ' 9'-. W Bell T Can 2.20 30 47V. 47'. 47'a 'a Belock Inst 24 4 4 V. Berkey Photo t 7 6'4 Bickfds la llSO 22' a 22'. t?'i" ' Berksrt Fr .30. 1 73. 7J4 7J4 W Birdsboro 3 4. 4' a 4' .... Blauners 11 2. V. 2", Bloom Bid .50 4 7V4 7' a 7'.... Blosa Hyd 4 '. '. . ' Vj ttonack .aiip 1 z.v. 2S-. z.iJ4- Bourjois .t0 1 134 1334 1344- Vi DOWl CT J Z' 4 2'. 2'. . Borne Chem 193 10J. 4 l Bolsa Chira 6 41. 4'4 4J.t Bohack bfS.SO 130 97 97 97 ... Brandy R 1 40 3 JDS 3V' 3H f am irac ,2o 18 3 Z'-. 2'-.- Breeie Cp 5 10'. 10'. Wt '. nru.ua ret 4 2 .2 1 16 . Br Am Oil 1 14 28 2734 27'- Br A Tb .2le 20 8 3 16 8 3-16 8 3-lfi 3-16 Br Col Pw 18.70T 23 IS'., 15''4 15 5 Most Active Stocks I STOCKS Bale Clow Net Che Syntex Cp 45.800 32' a 2'i Cinerama 41.fa 18l4 -1 Gt Basins 34. 3") 4 . Loral El 25.200 K. t Borac ebon .... 11.400 IV, 1'. Share sales yesterday, 840,000. Total bonds, $140,000. Sales fl't Hrit. Hlah low Close Cho. aAsked. CASH AND FUTLRKS PRICES Chlcaao. Am 6 !P No cash wheat ,nn. nr anvh.fl l.le. Il.t. NO. 1 heavy white, th'ic: No. 2, extra neavy white. 65'4C. Soybean on, rac.-a. . Barley: maltinj choice. 81.23 1.40n; feed, ft'le 1.12n. Prices for futuref raniea as follows: Pre Onea Rlik Law Closa Close WHEAT Sen l.K"i Am Flub Plast .. .25 Bristol Mvers 35 Dayton P L 25 Dubois Litem .. .15 ., STOCK Crestmont Cons . . 2 pc . , La Tourneau I ne IRRCr.I'LAR Slmonds 8awss.sn 4n t RFOI I.AR Bath Ir Works 75 Q Brtst Myers of 917S a Coca Cola i) Coca Cola Int .. .13 25 ' O Dayt PAL nf A ... .9.175 O Day! p,L nf. B ... .9375 Q Dayt PsVL of C ... .975 Q Dresel Ent 40 Q Frlden Inc 10 a Oen Motors 50 Oen Mot 5 of . . 1 25 Q Oen Mot 3 75 of . . 9375 0 nei.ne utrtts . ... ,20 Q Hilton Hotels 375 Q Hilton Hot of 34.175 Q 822 8 16 8-13 -2 8 17 8-1.1 8 5 9-4 9-1 10 10 8 31 8 4 8 17 9 15 Int Nlcke in Kerr Addison GM .20 Kysor Healer 10 Lockheed Aire, in May, J W JO Robermon HH Co . 60 Rockwell Mft 30 Unit Aire 50 Unit ins Am .20 Wastt Klnt Cp ofC .2625 Q If lo-l 9 14 9-14 8-11 8-13 8 13 8 15 824 8-1 10-8 infl 91 8 15 8- 15 8 21 831 9- 4 8 17 920 817 8-20 8-16 8 15 10 10-1 10-15 mi 1M 9 1 9-1 9 1 9 1 9-10 9-10 11-1 11 1 9-15 9-1 9-1 9 20 9 20 9-20 911 10 1 9 10 910 910 9 1 11-15 Livestock Markets Baltimore Quotations as reported bf the UBDAi CAIT1.F. Hereltit. 9tHl: rerelm m.v rsll sliehily under riitna!e. supnlv bout 50 per rent Blaiuhier sterrs bnlanre mostlv cows; slauahter strna and helfei-s: artlve and atronr Cows modeiately anive and steady, bulls In very imor drmand and not enou.h sold 'o etal)llh trend; feeders srsree and teartv Estlinai'd vest and call auction recrlota 150. sheep 175 Hlatiahler Btrers and Hellers- Two load, choice oho-I 0o Ins. sieers with few head prime Included In 1.000 Ih load tin. usrt load choke to prime 1 o;t5 lbs with heavy water fills 827 75: one load mined. anod and choice I no to. a. aoon v iu-i.itio ins n.v 20 !o and part load hlah standard and Ins tood 950 lbs 84 50; two lots mnMiy niati standard l.iao-1 310 lbs 822 50 -2.1.35- load and lew lots tood 7B0Hn lb hellers t4-25: small lot cholct 785 lb 825 75. Coa: tltllllV and few enmitterelal 8145-17. bulk 818 and down; ranner and cutter 813 15; feeder steers few small lots, mostly aood OOO-l ioo lbs 21 50- 25: small lot hlah tood 820 lbs 828 ana lot hith tood 873 lb heifers 822 50 HOOH- Rerelnta 1,200; rerelpta mat fall slithtly under the estimaie. barrows and atlta very arttva anrt ftitt IK cent, hith.r. Instances 80 centa hither now. virtually aosent. About 87 head US No 1-2 mostly 190215 Ihs fr"i" nA''' 20 75: bulk supply No 1-3 168 220 lha nnil-MIn f.- xn-.iu mis N No. 2-3 330-218 lbs. 818.75 1 10 1.12 1.14 Dec Mar May Jul CORN Sep Dee Mar May Jul OATS Sep Dee Mar May Jul RVE . Sep Dec Mar May Jul SOVBEANft 2 12 2 18 2 19 2 22 2.23 2.20 2.21 211 2 18 2 22 2.20 212 218i 2 22', 1 15 2.18 2 22 2.20V. 2.20 105 105 1 w 1.07 I 10 1 12',. 1.15 104 104 106 106 1.09 1.12 1.14 62 62 62 65 65 64 67 67 66 66 67 66 85 65 84 1.19 1.19 1 21 1.22 1 20 1.20 1.22 1.23 All 2 42 2 30'a 2.30 2.33 2 37 2 42 2 30 2 30 234 2 37 2.39 2.39 Sep NOV Jao Mar May Jul .ARII . Sep ,. ., .. Oct Nov Dec SOYBF.A.V OIL Am 6 16 8 16 Sep 8 26 8 26 Oct 8 15 8 35 Dec 8 50 B 51 Jan 8 60 8 61 SOI It KAN MKAI. All! 61 50 62 00 Sep 56 95 57 55 Oct 55 70 5620 Dee 55.55 56 00 Jao 56 10 56 45 1.18 1.18 1.20 1.21 2 38 2 28 2 29 2 33 1.09s-, 1.12 1.14 2 65 7 : 66 64 118 1 19 1 21 1.22 2 39 2 28 2.29"a 2 33 2 36 2.36 2.38 2.39 105 1.07 1.10 1.13 1 15 2 65 67V4 67 4 1.19 1 19 1 21 1.22'., 142' 2 29' 2.30 1.34 2 37 2.3S Brit Pet 18 19 Brooks Inst 15 Brown Co .30 13 Brown F B .40b t BSF Co .251 Bud8 F Df .69 Bunk Hill Burma M Burnell Butlers Sh 0b BVO 5 I 3-16 S 3-16 ... 4 3'-a 3'a . 9a 9 9- 20J-4 W.t 9 9-t- V. 10'. 10'. . 7 74- 3-16 3 -16-1-16 4', 4 - lO's 10'a-f 2fp 8 10 7 3-16 4 111'' Calt Ed 50 Cal El Pw .81 Camnb Chib can so pet Cdn ExG&O Cdn Husky Cdn Ind Gat Cdn Javelin Cdn Marc Cdn Pttrof pf.60 Cdn Prop Cdn Will U 1 17-16 13-18 1 MS H6 c t 21 21 21 "4- 23 22 22 22- 14 113-16 3 3 13-161-16 II 2 2 2 1 15-16 15-16 15-16 1 5 5 5 '-a 8 3 10 5 4 7 29 9 i 3 110 3 S 1 a. Canav Int 14 11 10 Cao C Bdcsi 9 lfi'i 1.A. CapCltvPd 1 875 25 25 Carnation 1.50a 4 80 79 Carreraa B .ole " 5 13-18 13-16 13-16 Catalln .lot . 8 4 3 3 Cen Hadley 5 13-18 1.1-16 13-16-116 CenMPw pf 3.50 r,60 72 72 72 1 caec pit) 1.40 175 Z7 27 27 7 8?i- 34 '. 10'a Vi 5 .... 1-1-16 10'j 1, 15- 25 V. 79 8 09 8 20 8 28 8 43 8.53 81 OS 56.90 55 60 55 50 56 05 . 8 52 860 860 955 8 09 8 20 8 28 8 44 851 61 20 57.00 55 8 60 860 9.55 8 18 8 29 8 38a 8 53 8 63 61 50 57 00 55 70a 55 80 55 60a 55 65 56 10 56.15 bBld. aAsked; nNomtnal. Baltimore FIX)UR Receipt!. 1.381 100-pound sacks WHEAT Receipt!, none. Bnipmenta. 14.000 bushels. Stocks. 3,745.889 bushels. Open nt price: No. 2 red. winter, tar- llcky, soot, domestic, 82.10. Bettllnt price: 82.10. Closlna price: 92 10. CORN RecelnU. 39.734 bushels. Shipments. 118.200 bushels. Stock!. 970.400 bushels. OATS Receipts, none. Shipments. none Stocks. 31,743 bushels BARLEY Receipts. 833 bushtu. Ship ments. 47,718 bushel!. Stocks, 116,670 bushels. RYE Receipts, none. Shipment!. none. Stocks, one. SOYBEANS Receipts, none. ' Ship ments 24.701 bushels. Stocks, 58,027 bushels. MILLFEED Receipts. 98 tons. Livestock Markets 1 Chicago Chlcaao. Aut. 8 11 Butcher hot orlcet topped at 820 a hundredweltht today, eoual to Us 3-year hith. with the market steady to 25 cents hither for another smell Monday supply of 5.500 head. HOGS Receipts 5.500: fairly active, butchers steady to 25c. higher, mostly steady to stront: sows atront to 25c. hither: 1-2 200-229 lb. butchers. 819 5019 85: around 120 head at 819 85: 53 head around 215 lbs.. 820; mixed 1-3 190-230 lbs. 919 25 19.50. 230-260 lbs . 81919 35: oackate 2-3 around 275 lbs., 818 50; load 2-3 around 315 lbs.. 817 85; load 1-2 around 170 lbs.. 517 50; mixed 1-3 300-400 lb. sows, 15. 75 17.75: 20 hesd around 280 lbs.. 818 25 : 2-3 400-500 lbs . 814.75 16: few around 600 lbs.. 113 25. ship pers took 3.000 . CAOLE Receipts ta.uuu; eaivea 100: Iradtnt alow, slauthter steers steady to SOc. lower with the least declln on hith choice and Prime elthlnt aver 1.200 lbs. and yeariints weitr-me under 1.073 bs.: netrera steady to weak, weakness on low choice and down; cows and bulls slow, steady to wiak; vealers and stockers and feed ers unchanged: load prime l.JOO-in. steers, 829 50. high choice and mixed choice and prime 1.150-1.350 lbs.. 28 29 25. bulk choice 1,150-1,350 lbs. 828-27 75; choice 900-1.150 lbs.. 925 5027. load choice 1.065 lbs . lift Ml: .ond. 1317! 25 75: two load string standard and tood 1.125-lb. Hoi- item steers. 822, no: load prima i.tno Ih hellers. 827: bulk choice. 825 28 50; good and mixed tood and choice. 823 5025 25; utility and commercial rows. 814 -16 50; canners and cutters. 813 15 25: utility ano commercial bulls. 818 5020; few tood yealers. 26; standards. iz : utility. 51520; load tood and choice 750-lb (eedlna sieers, 824 50. HHKKP Receipts 500: sman supply soring slaughter lambs steady to strona: slaughter ewes steady; several lots choice and prime, mostly choice 85100 lb spring slaughter lambs $23 - 13 SO good and choice. 821 21: mostly good. 81971: cull to good Ml 1 cull to good shorn slauthter ewes. 84 5 50. 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'92 198 Kansas Turnpike: 3s 94 (91. Maryland R At T 3s '94 . 100 Md N E Exp. 4 '02 104 Mass. Turnpike 3 30s '94 92 Mas! Port 4s '98 . 108 New Jer. Tpke 3s 'll 101 N Y. St. Power 3 20s '95 933 N Y. St Power 4 20. '06 N Y. Thruway 3 10s '94 . Ohio Turnpike 3t '92 . Okla Turnpike 4s 01 Penn Turnpike 3 10s 9 93 Rlrh-Pete Tnke 5 45i '4 94 Virginia Toll 3a '94 95- We.t Va Tpke 5s '88 59'i 107 93 ill". 115 112 106 110 106 104 96 1 a 86 107 61 102 106', 94 103 95 109 95 99 104'. 95 96 97 61 "Forty Ytart of Integrity on Char let Street" BROOKE, SHERIDAN, BOGAN & CO., Inc. 300 N. CHARLES STREET , Mtmberit PhilaJrlphid-Ballitnore Stock Exchange PHONE 72M100 Philadelphia, Pa. Lancaster, Pa. FastnCanA 30a EaslnPrt W EasttiAta Cp ErhllnMfg .40-ESI a D1B4 50 Edo Corp 1.128 Eider Min El Voice ..10 Electrogra 1 ElectAssist .2St Elect Comm Electron 80 Electronic! El-Tron Emenee Emertron EqultvCo 15 EouityCp pf2 Erie Forge ErleFor 6pf Espev Mf 10t Esquire .5m. 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