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CHICAGO HOGS, STEERS LOWER CHICAGO, ILL. (AP) - The hog market was steady to 50 cents lower here Friday in fairly active trading. U.S. No. 1 to 3 200 to 235 pound butchers sold at $28.50 to TREND OF STAPLE RPICES NEW YORK (AP) — The Associated Press weighted wholesale price Index of 35 commodities declined to 18909 *An Pr1e h Vi0 A U l D ,Y.W 9 -"' Week Ago 188.46, Month Aflo 185.73, Year Ago 169.13. L °M.« • (1926 average equals 100) 6557 $29 and up to $29.75 for Is and 2s. Sows under 600 pounds went for $23 to $24 with prices 25 to 50 cents lower. Steers and heifers were 25 to 50 cents lower with choice slaughter steers selling at $28:50 to $30.25 and up to $30.50 for high-choice. Choice heifers went for $28 to i THE BUSINESS TIOE Houdaille's 1969 Sales, Earnings Edge Lower Leased Wire to The Register Houdaille Industries, Inc., which acquired Viking Pump Co., Cedar Falls 59-year-old producer of pumps for moving liquids and gases, had a slight decline in both sales and earnings for 1969, according to preliminary figures. The early figures show sales were 6.1 per cent lower in 1969, at $203,230,924 vs. $203,464,707 in 1968, and that net income slipped 2.1 per cent to $13,126,889, or $1.52 a share vs. $13,406,865, or $1.55 a share a year earlier. The company's margin of profit was off slightly to 6.46 per cent of sales in 1969 vs. 6.60 per cent in 1968. Houdaille's stock, traded on the New York Stock Exchange, has a 1969-70 range of $13.62 to $24, and closed Friday at $14.62, where the yeild on the 80-cent dividend rate is 5.4 per cent, and where it was selling at 9.6 times indicated 1969 earnings. $29. A few choice wooled slaughter lambs sold at $29 with prices steady. Produce Market Iowa Koehring Cuts Dividend Koehring Corp., which has Iowa plants at Waverly ( S c h i e 1 d Bantam); Newton (Parsons); and Ankeny (Brady Mfg.), cut the dividend rate on the payment for Feb. 27 to stock of record on Feb. 4 by 40 per cent. The reduction, to 30 cents for the quarter vs. 50 cents paid previously, was made to "bring Koehring's current payout into balance with 1969 earnings," according to Oryjlle R. Mertz president. He noted that dividends paid in 1969 represented 82 per cent of the company's earnings for that year, adding that "many steps are being taken to improve profits, and the retention of a reasonable percentage of earnings to help finance capital improvements for greater productivity and growth is one of them." Kbhring's stock, traded on the New York Stock Exchange has a 1969-70 range of $25 to $48.37, and closed Friday a $25.75, where the yield on the reduced dividend rate of $1.20 is 4.6 per cent. I . | Charter Flights The Civil Aeronautics Board's enforcement bureau filed seven complaints against five air carriers and 40 other travel agents' organizations and individuals, who, the bureau alleges, con- Feb. 21.40 28.05 28.37 28.17 du(;ted charter flights j n yiola . tion of the Federal Aviation Act and CAB regulations. The 11 enforcement bureau asked the board to order respondents to cease and desist from violations, and asked the board to suspend the operating authority of four of the car- Iowa Produce Following Is Friday's report on ,„..„ ego and poultry markets as reported by Fed-Stale Market News: EGOS — Prices mostly unchanged; buyer sentiment unsettled; price per dozen paid producers at farms, cases exchanged 24 hours ended II a.m. today; eggs priced under buyer gualitv and volumelhccntlve; incentive A large 53-SBc, mostly 55-57c; A medium 47-51c, mostly 49-51c; other A Inrqe or better 42-49c, mostly 44-48c; A medium 32-41c, mostly 38-40c; B large 19- 38c, mostly 33-38c; C dirties and checks, smalls and peewees 15-25c, mostly 15-20c. , LIVE POULTRY - Offerings and trade liqht; price paid producers at farms 24 hours ended 11 a.m. today; c per Ib paid for NO. 1 guality light-type hens — truck lots or more 10-12c, mostly ll-ir-ac; less than truck lot 3-8c, mostly 5-7c. Chicago Produce . CHICAGO, FRIDAY (AP) - Chicago Mercantile Exchange — BUTTER steady; wholesale buying prices unchanged; 93 score A 47Vic; 9f A 67'/4C; 90 B 65V4C. EGGS easy; wholesale buying prices 1- 3c lower; 80 per cent or belter grade A whites 60c; mediums 54c; standards 56c; checks 39c. POTATOES — arrivals 30 cars; on track 88; total U.S. shipments 303; old- supplies very light; demand for round reds good, market steady; demand for russets fair, market slightly weaker; car- lot track sales: Idaho russets 55.40; Minnesota North Dakota Red River Valley round reds $3.75; new offerings very light, no sales reported. Produce Futures CHICAGO, FRIDAY (AP) ~ Futures trading on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange Friday: High Low Close Close Beef Cattle 29.35 29.20 29.25 29.25 30.40 30.22 30.30 30.37 31.12 30.90 30.97 " " 31.15 30.95 31.05 30.40 30.40 3060 30.30 30.17 30.25 29.90 sheet, by $4 a ton, on cold- rolled sheet by $5 a ton, and on galvanized sheet by $6 a ton. STPCorp. Studebaker -Worthington, Inc. said about 1,433,000 shares of the firm's common stock had been tendered prior to the ex- peration Thursday of its offer to its stockholders to exchange stock of STP Corp. for shares of Studebaker -Worthington. Terms provided for exchange of 1V4 shares of STP for each share of Studebaker -Worth' ington. The exchange calls for distribution of about 1,691,000 shares of STP, leaving Studebaker -Worthington with about 56 per cent of outstanding shares. Studebaker -Worthington had offered to exchange up to two million shares* of STP for 1.6 million shares of its own stock. STP Corp. and American Raceways, Inc. announced managements agreed on a merger on the basis of exchange of 0.21 of a share ol STP common for each share of American Raceways. The agreement is subject to review by STP officials and ap- n an effort to bring inventories of new cars Into line with sales. Ford said it will close one of ts car assembly plants all next week, another for one day next week and one more this week 'or a day. Chrysler _said its assembly plant in Detroit, Mich., and one )f two car assembly iiries in its Hamtramck, Mich., plant are Chrysler began a series of closed all this week. proval of the boards of each company. American Raceways Jan. U.S. BONDS NEW YORK (AP) - Closing over the counter U.S. Government Treasury bonds, — ' net change and yield for bid, asked, Friday. 4s 70 Feb 2V2S 70-45 4s 70 Aug 2V2S 71-46 4S 71 3 7 /aS 71 4s 72 Feb 2V2S 72-67 Jurt 4s 72 Aug 2V 3 s 72-67 2'/js 72-67 4s 73 4'/BS 4'/«s 4Vis 3'/«s 4s 8 3Vjs 3'/4S 3'/«s Sep Dec 73 74 74 74 '80 83-78 85 41/45 85-75 3'/2s 90 41/45 «2-87 4s 93-88 4VaS 94-89 3s 95 99.26 9910 97.26 94.4 94.6 92.28 92.2 87.30 90.14 84.28 85.28 87.10 87.4 86.12 86.6 83.12 74.4 69.28 65.12 45 72.28 44.24 69.24 67.4 47.8 64.16 44.24 99.30 99.14 97.30 94.12 94.14 93.4 92.10 88.6 90.22 87.4 86.4 87.18 87.12 86.20 84.14 83.28 74.28 70.20 66.4 65.24 73.20 65.14 70.14 ft' 45.8 —.2 * —'.2 —.4 —.4 —.4 , 4 '4 45.14 -.4 5.04 6.72 7.88 7.76 7.87 8.04 8.14 8.04 7.98 7.97 8.07 8.10 8.04 8.06 8.04 7.99 7.42 7.51 7.24 6.91 7.11 4.43 4.83 4.74 6.84 5.59 6.04 0'Dou>d Officer Of Continental E. J. (Jerry) O'Do*d, 43, DCS Moines, was named Friday to act as assistant vice-president for the Contin e n t a 1 Grain Co. O'Dowd has managed the Iowa division for the firm, which has its inter national headquarters in New York, N . Y ., since 1963. He is a native of Kansas City, Mo., and resides with his family at 5907 Windsor drive. He will continue to manage the company's Iowa operation and live in Des Moines. Prices guoted in dollars and 3Snds. Sublect to Federal taxes but not to State Income taxes. TREASURY NOTES NEW YORK (API-Closing U.S. Treasury Notes bid and asked prices in dollars and thirty seconds and approximate yield lo maturity for Friday. Apr 11/2 1970 May Stt 1970 May 6% 1970 Aug 6% 1970 Oct IVj 1970 Nov 5 1970 Feb 5*% 1971 Feb 7'/4 1971 Apr 1>/2 1971 May 51/4 1971 May 8 1971 Oct 1V2 1971 Nov 5*» 1971 Feb 4% 1972 Apr 1V2 1972 May 4% 1972 Oct IVj 1972 Apr 1V2 1973 May 7*4 1973 Oct 1V2 1973 Apr 1'/2 1974 Aug 5% 1974 Oct IVj 1974 Nov 5*4 1974 Feb 5*4 1975 May 6 1975 Feb 6</4 1976 May 6'/2 1974 98.14 99.4 99.14 99.2 95.14 97.14 97.10 99.22 91.20 96.14 99.30 89 95.18 93.14 86 92.28 83.14 81 99.28 78.14 75.14 90.14 73.14 90.20 90.14 91.10 92.14 93.20 99.10 99 99.10 99.18 99.6 96.16 97.24 97.18 99.26 9.220 96.24 100 90 95.26 93.22 87 93.4 84.16 82 100.4 79.16 76.16 90.22 74.16 90.28 90.16 91.18 93 93.28 99.18 7.14 7.87 7.76 7.88 6.85 7.85 7.83 7.87 8.18 7.91 7.88 7.97 7.87 8.11 8.12 8.04 8.04 8.02 7.70 8.04 8.25 8.11 8.16 8.07 8.03 7.97 7.71 7./5 7.59 Fob. Aor. June Auo. Oct. Dec. Feb. Sales: . 31.07 31.15 30.50 30.25 . 29.97 .,„„;.,. Feb. 274; April 330: June 445; Auq. 229; Oct. 25; Dec. 10; Feb. '71, 0. Live Hot i Apr. 27.22 26.85 June 27.75 27.50 Julv 27.40 27.10 Aug. 26.25 26.25 Sales: Feb. 285; April 174; 23; Aua. 2. Shell E«is 64.40 62.00 55.00 53.45 48.95 47.90 42.70 41.50 39.25 38.65 38.35 38.00 40.40 40.40 37.50 37.50 . 27.05 27.60 . 27.15 27.75 . 27.40 27.25 26.25 26.25 June 69; July Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June Sept. Oct. Dec. 64.40 54.75 48.80 42.60 38.20 38.35 40.40 62.80 54.50 48.70 42.00 38.80 38.25 40.05 37.45 37.00 Sales: Jan. 596; Feb. 1.377; March 649; April 81; May 62; June 19; Spet, 1; Oct. 2; Dec. 0. Frozen Whole Eats Jan 39.40 39.40 39.40 38.00 Sales: Jan. 2. I Idaho Potatoes ! Mnr. - 5.05 5.05 i Apr. 5.65 5.65 May 6.33 6.09 6.11 4.26 Sales: March 0; April 0; May 804. Frozen Pork Bellies Feb. 44.75 44.10 44.50 44 15 Mar. 43.72 43.10 43.45 43.20 May 43.50 42.90 43.27 43.02 July 43.02 42.65 42.80 42.85 Aug. 41.40 40.90 41.15 41.07 Sales: Feb. 3.415; March 1,429; May 529; July 430; Auo. 173. Open interest: Feb. 8,015; March 5,952; May 3,605; July 3,109; Aug. 1,101. riers. Suspension Asked Butter Market Following Is Friday's report on Iowa- Minnesota-Wlsconsln dairy bulk butter as oiven by the Federal-State Market News Service: prices unchanged, supplies fully ' ' " I'qhtdemand, "Grade AA Wi-tmK, mostly 67V4C, ample for the 193 scorel grades A and , light demand, 2-6rUc, mo ,, too few sales to report. Dividends Friday's Final DIVIDENDS DECLARED Pe- stk. of Pay- Rat* riod REcord (bit OMITTED New Ens NuclearSTOCK Republic N Bnk. (x) 2-11 (x)-2 for 1 split, sublect to stockholders approval. EXTRA GemlniFd IncShr .355 26 3-2 Hyster Co .25 2-2 2-23 Mobil Oil ---------- .Ot Q - J-2 -------- 3-10 REDUCED Koehring Co .30 24 2-27 IRREGULAR Assd Mtg Invest .30 2-10 2-24 REGULAR Alba-Waldensian ~ .06 Acme-Cleveland .35 Armco Stel .40 Assd Dry Goods .30 Brown-Forman .10 Coffee-Mat .15 Collins iAIkman .25 Compo Industries .08 Continental Corp .50 Dayton P&L .40 Dravo Corp .35 Emporium Capw .225 Equitable Gas .55 Felsway Corp .08 Fla Steel .25 Garlock Inc .20 Gemini Fd Inc Shr .14 Handy S> Harman .18 Holophane .30 HudsonBay Mng&S .85 Hyster Co .30 Keller Industries .125 Laclede Gas .35 Mid-Continent Tel .22 Mobil Oil .55 MSL Industries .10 NHamp Bill Brgs -10 Plymouth Rubber .0625 Products RsciCh .07 Slpnode Corp .275 Sub Propane Gas .40 Texaco Inc .40 Tokhelm Corp .15 Vulcan Corp .05 Wst Chem prods .225 Wlckes Corp .25 Wilson Pharm&Ch .125 Winter Park Tel Park _. Wometco Enter Yard-Man Inc .18 .105 .10 2-6 2-6 2-6 2-13 2-20 2-9 2-10 2-2 2-2 2-6 2-5 2-17 2-6 2-6 2-27 2-6 2-6 2-13 3-16 2-10 313 3-12 2-2 2-2 2-13 2-5 2-2 2-4 2-13 2-2 2-11 2-13 3-3 2-13 3-2 2-16 J-25 2-20 3-9 3-2 4-1 2-23 3-3 2-16 3-16 2-28 2-25 3-10 3-1 2-20 3-13 2-20 3-2 The four are: Overseas National Airways, Inc.; Capital International Airways, Inc.; Atlantis Airways; and Caledonian Airways. Suspension of operating authority of the four carriers was asked until such time as they j are able to demonstrate disposition to comply with the law and regulations. - — A complaint against World Airways, Inc., did not request suspension. .Capital Overseas and World are U.S. supplemental carriers. Atlantis and Caledonian are German and British charter carriers, respectively. The complaints do not preclude additional action looking toward civil penalties, the bureau said. The alleged violations are subject to civil penalties up to $1,000 for each violation. More than 70,000 violations were alleged by the bureau to have been made by the five 4-13 2-14 4-1 4-3 3-10 4-7 2-20 2-14 3-2 3-1 2-14 3-10 2-27 213 3-1 3-10 3-27 3-1 U.S. Treasury WASHINGTON. FRIDAY (AP) — The position of the Treasury carriers. The complaints carriers violated 1970 compared to Jan. 21. Balance $ 4,748.741,367.53 ., S • Deposits Fiscal Year H07,B29,64S.65J.30 . SI Jan. 20, 1949, in dollan: .179,563,170,46 luly 1 ."-jjjjga-" , Fiscal-Year - J124.754.654,761.91 • J111,#8,642,8S<.70 $369,907,542.7-60.24™' ° J34),543,590,159.52 S 11.347,087944.74 S ...-.— ,--* Includes 5633,207,753.71 debt'In tiflure not sublect to statutory limit. Wool NEW YORK (FRIDAY) (AP) — Both wool and wool tops futures were Inactive F Wool'futures closed oulet. no sales. Certificated woof »ot ^ quW _ Wool tops no Certificated spot wool lops 151.5c. Silver 20530c; Dec 217.30C, May221.2QC. $60,000 THEFT LONDON,' ENGLAND (REUTERS) — Thieves smashed a window of an antique dealer in London Friday and escaped with loot worth $60,000, including a vase worth $36,000. charge the their operating authorities by illegally carrying members of the general public under the guise of charter flights. Deception It charged also that the carriers are engaging in unfair or deceptive practices and unfair methods of competition in violation of the Federal Aviation Act. Meanwhile, Edward J. Driscoll, president of the National Air Carrier Association, charged that U.S. and foreign airlines are attempting to eliminate the companies that specialize in charter air service, although, he said7 the latter account for only 2 per cent of air traffic volume. Steel Prices Armco Steel Corp. and Jones & Laughlin Steel Corp. said that effective Mar. 1 they are raising prices on carbon stee plates $7 a ton, on alloy steel plates by $10 a ton, and on structural steels by $7. Thus far 1 U.S. Steel Corp. Bethlehem Steel Corp. and some other producers have raised prices on construction steels. Armco and Inland have raised sheet prices, but other major producers have not post ed increases on these products Jqoes & Laughlin also said it base prices are increased, ef fective Feb. l, on hot rolled owns and operates automobile speedways. Gas Decision The Federal Power Commission asked for public comments on whether advance payments made by pipeline companies to reserve gas supplies should be included in'their rate base. The 'proposals apply to the sometimes substantial payments pipeline companies make to suppliers in advance of receiving any gas. Presently, the FPC decides on a case-by-case basis whether these payments may be included in the rate base, and therefore passed on to customers. The FPC said it proposes to formulate a policy concerning the advance payments^ and asked for the comments on Feb. 27 on three alternative accounting methods for treating he payments. Trans Alaska Trans Alaska Pipe Line Co., i joint venture of eight large il companies, confirmed it has eturned to bidders the bids ubmitted by 21 construction companies on five major pipe' a y i n g contracts, pending eceipt of a permit from the hterior Department to builc he giant $900 million crude oil npeline. Trans Alaska said stipula- ions in the permit are likely to change the bid specifications. A pokesman denied rumors that he bids were being returned as 'unsatisfactory." The proposed 800-mile line would carry oil from Alaska's Arctic North Slope to the ice- 'ree port of Valdez. Proposed contracts are to lay the pipe rom Valdez north to the Yukon River. It would be the largest privately-financed construction iroject ever undertaken. Coffee Prices The International Coffee Or- 'anization, headquartered in xmdon, continued its campaign o hold down soaring prices by allowing its producing members o export an extra 2,015,000 bags. The additional export allowance brings the 1969-70 export Aug 71/2 1976 ,,.,„ Prices quoted In dollars and 32nds. Sublect to Federal taxes but not State income taxes. •-" Wholesale Meats DES MOINES, FRIDAY FED-STATE -Midwest carlof meat trade, Steer and •"Her beef rot established; plcn" ' ' J1.50 lower; skinned hams stei iloher, resh pork cuts — lies steady ady to 50c ins 14-17 Ibs $57.75; CHICAGO (. meat — steer .(DAY) (USDA) — Carlot and heifer beef 50c-$1.00 lower; cow beef steady to mostly 50c up; qork loins 8-17 Ibs. tl.OO off; Boston butts 4-8 Ib. 50c off. Steer beef — choice 500-700 Ibs. $46.0046.50; 700-800 Ibs. $45.00; 800-900 Ibs. $44.00; good 500-800 Ibs. $44.00-44.50: heifer beef — choice 500-700 Ibs. $44.50-45.00; good 500-700 Ibs. $43.00; primal cuts — choice heifer hindquarters 120-170 Ibs. $53.00; cow beef — commercial $41.50; utility (brkng) $41.50; utility (ttonlng $43.00; canner and cutter $44,00. J Fresh pork cuts — loins 8-14 bs. $62.00; 14-17 Ibs. $59.00; 17-20 Ibs. $52.50; plcrVc: 4-i Ibs. J36.00; 6-8 Ibs. $34.50; Boston butti 4-8 Ibs. $43.50; sparerlbs 3-dn MO.OO; skinned hams 14-17 Ibs. $54.00; 20 Ibs. $50.50-51.50; 26 Ibs. $48.00; bellies, sdls r 14 Ibs. $43.50-44.00; 16 Ibs. $39.00; 20 Ib J37.50. Iowa Cattle . DES MOINES, FRIDAY FED-STATE Iowa-Southern Minnesota Direct Cattle. Slaughter steers and heifers weak to 25c lower, demand fair, most slaughter cattle nci, ucuianu lair, IIIUM aiauHnier came bought on Plant delivered welflhts-6r FOB feedlots with 2-4 per cent pencil shrink or the equivalent. ^-" SLAUGHTER STEERS — choice InWoJW' 7 *'-'"- 1 ** hiflh 1,075 "' • lb '-o?cYl1 1,000. choice fewVrirne 1.000.50. 2 loads hloh-good to 10-1,300 Ibs I2V.SO; Iheifers , . is $27.00-28.00, 3 loads ; he , 3 l 'cV ben ero eronca Inc erovox Cp leen Inc rlift Intl r West Ian Wood i aska Alrl ilaska Intrs i leg Alrl .llegAirl wt ."en El Eq .tiled Art tilled Cont A loys Unlld Altamll CP Amco Indus Am Blltrt Am Finan A "Ml,» B-DUI « Ansul Co AO Indust Applied Dat Applied Dev Ark LaGa Asamera " Assd Bal Assd Fd St Assd Prod Astrodata Atco Chem AtlasCp wt AutoData P ACM Inds laker Ind anff Oil anner Ind arnes Eng artel I Med laruch Post let) Electrn leth Corp ia Apple ilshop Ind lohack Cp lotany Ind lowmar ' Iran '' Iran, .. . irascan Ltd ireezt Cp irit Pet irodv Seat luehler CP uttes Gas ralcomp 1 ^ Chlb !X GO lomstd quota for the > r o d u c i n g organization's members to 1,010,700 bags compared with 48.5 million bags during the 1968-69 year. The increase provides for 750,000 bags from the organiza ion's reserve quota system and 1,265,000 from its selective price mechanism that allows Digger export quotas when prices rise, and smaller ones when they fall. Pollution Suit Four residents of El Paso Tex., and one resident of Jua rez, Mex., filed a class action suit asking $1 billion in dam ages from American Smelting & Refining Co. The suit, filed'in Texas Dis trict Court, El Paso, charges that air pollutants that are "toxic and cause respirator; and other physical ailments' have been discharged by Amer ican Smelting's El Paso plant and that this has damaged the health of about 750,000 residents of the two border cities. Auto Plant Closings Ford Motor Co. and Chrysle Corp. said they scheduled addi tional plant closings, apparent! Coffee •JEW YORK (FRIDAY! tive. ;--• , -^.., (AP) — Coffee tures were inactive. The green coffee market was slow. Co- mblan rrjlld types continued to ease as ealers., sought to stimulate some spot lies to roasters. Coffee spot Santos No. 4 ex-dock closed 51.50c. Cost and freight offerings In- ude Santos Bourbons 3s at 52.50C and 5s .OOc. B futures closed oulet, no sales. Potato Futures NEW YORK, FRIDAY (AP) - Potato utures: Maine closed 2-7c lower; sales 411 contracts; Mar. $3.47; Apr. S3.68; Aav $4.30; Nov. $2.47. mostly choice — choice 900-M-. .— choice end prime 950-975 Ibs $28.35-28.75. . Live sales carcass basis — steers, few io loads mostly choice 1,000-1,200 Ibs $45.0046.00; heifers, mostly choice 900-1,000 Ibs $44.50-45.00. Dressed prices based on hot carcass weights. Cocoa NEW YORK (FRIDAY) (AP) — Cocoa futures clored 49-75 points lower; sales 2,073 contracts: Mar. 32.50c, May 32.15C July 32.25c, Sept. 32.31c, Dec. 32.50c, Mar 32.55C, May 32.63C. Spot Accra S-37V3C, s nominal. Copper . NEW YORK (FRIDAY) (AP) — Coppe futures closed unchanged to 20 Points low er, sales 238 contracts: Mar. 47.40c, May 66.10C, July 64.65, Sept, 63.60C, Dec. 62.45C Jan. 41.90C. American Stocks NEW YORK he American St AMEX SALES CANE CUTTERS COST CASTRO By Tom Lambert © The Los Arigoies times WASHINGTON, D.C. - Some 216 Americans who went to luba late last year to help Fidel Castro harvest sugar cost him more than they were worth. The transportation, care and feeding of the A m e r i c a ns came to more than three times the worth of the sugar they harvested for him, U.S. sources said. They estimated that each American harvested $83 worth of sugar. They reckoned that Castro laid out at least $160 for transportation and $112 for food and other living expenses for each of the harvesters during their eight-week stay in Cuba, for a total of $272. The difference between $272 and $83 — $189 — adds up to a total loss of $40,724 for Castro — a deficit that presumably will be extracted in some fashion from the Cuban people. The quixotic economics of the sugar-harvesting project appar-' ently has caused no concern either in Cuba or among other Americans desirous of helping Castro in the cane fields. He reportedly is preparing to welcome another 400 Americans, said to. have volunteered to help him harvest 10 million tons of sugar this year Castro has welcomed other foreign volunteer cane cutters, including Viet Cong, North Vietnamese and North Koreans who arrived in 'Havana Jan. 12. A delegation of 31 Bulgarians is en route to join in the harvest. U.S. sources doubt if the field work of the volunteers will help Castro reach his 10 million-ton sugar harvest goal, more than twice last year's output of 4.47 million tons. Recent rains have slowed cane cutting. U.S. estimates of Castro's sugar harvest this Pleasant Iowa Winter Day r.J>?'.<?/«"» «•*• tttAffit* •UtMV'HM *- FijurM Show High Ttmptraluril E For Daytime Saturday Generally fair weather prevailed over Iowa Friday with a sunny sky and light variable winds. Temperatures at mid-afternoon ranged in the lower teens in eastern Iowa, around 10 in northern Iowa and up to the upper 20s southwest. High cloudiness was evident over central and western Iowa Friday afternoon and continued into the night, preventing a large temperature fall. DES MOINES WEATHER DATA FOR FRIDAY, JAN. 23, 1970 BY U.S. WEATHER BUREAU Des Moines Airport Station HOURLY TEMPERATURES: . lO ">. p.m. 3 p.m 4 p.m 5 P.m 6 p.m. 7 p.m. 8 o.m 9 p.m. P.m. p.m mid. . a.m 2 am , , tEMPERAfU'RE ACCUMULATION Highest at 1:30 a.m 23 Lowest at 9 a.m 9 Mean u Normal 20 Deficiency for day ' .1 Deficiency since first of month 328 Deficiency since first of year 328 i PRECIPITATION ! For Friday Trace Total this month to date ?6 • • • - - ?4 .98 1 a.m .50 2 a.m 17 3 a.m 17 4 a.m 16 5 a.m 16 6 a.m 16 7 a.m 14 8 a.m ....10 9 a.m 9, .. 10 a.m 10|11 11 a.m 11 12 12 noon 13 1 1 p.m 15 Forecasts FOR SATURDAY, JAN. 24, 1>70 LOCAL — Variable cloudiness and warmer today and tonight with high today in low 30s, low toniqht In mid 20s. Most- • Iv cloudy with chance of rain or snow • Sunday. 13 IOWA—Partly cloudy and warmer todav Total since Jan. 1 Normal ;incc Jan. 1 to date Deficiency since Jan. 1 .............. J2 MISCELLANEOUS 6 a.m. 6 p.m. Barometer in inches 30.03 30.07 .....Rising Falling Relative Humidity ....' 74 58 Wind Direction NW SE Wind Velocity 13 6 Weather Lf. Snow Cloudy Sunrise today 7;3J. Sunset 5:20 A YEAR AGO There was .12 of an inch of precipitation. This schedule Moon nl moon rises and sots and tonight. Sunday considerable cloudi ness with chance of rain or snow developing extreme west in afternoon or evening. High todav 20s northeast to the 30s southwest. KANSAS-Partly cloudy todav. Warmer east and central. Mostly cloudy tonight, and Sunday. Chance of scattered rain or snow develouing northwest and extreme west late tonight spreading eastward over most of state Sunday. Warmer toniaht and east portion Sunday. Hiqh today 45 to 50 northeast to the 60s south- ' west. NEBRASKA (east, central)—Partly cloudy and warmer today. Mostly cloudv , tonight and Sunday with chance of scat- . lered rain or snow developing central tonight and over area Sunday, warmer east and central tonlqht and extreme east Sunday. High todav 40 to 45 northeast to the 50s southwest. AAlNNESOTA-Fair to oartlV cloudy south and partly cloudy to cloudy north with slowly increasing cloudiness today through Sunday over the state. Lioht • snow gradually spreading over the state tonight and Sunday possibly becoming • heavier in the south on Sunday. Warmer tonight through tonight with little change on Sunday. Highs today 10 northeast to 34 southwest. ILLINOIS—Today mostly cloudy northwest partly cloudy southeast. Chance of rain south tonight and Sunday. Warmer tonight. . , WISCONSIN—Todav mostly cloudv with light snow over most of state by nioht. Hiolis 15 to 23 north and east In the 20s •southwest. Cloudy snow Ilkelv tonight and Sunday. Warmer north and east tonight. is provided by Prof. Philio Riggs and'SOUTH DAKOTA—Cloudv with snow '"- "-"• " — * spreading across the state tonight and Sunday becoming heavier on .Sunday. Warmer in .the east today..with f little . the Drake University Astronomy Depart- mefit. Full moon Jan. 22; Last quarter moon Jan. 30. Moon sets 8:49 a.m.' Planets Mercury: Lost In solar glare until late In month, then fairly bright in dawn sky. Venus: Lost in solar glare. Mars: SW, dusk; fairly bright, reddish. Jupiter: S, dawn; quite bright. Saturn: S, dusk; fairly bright. New York Bonds! change tonight and Sunday. High 28 northeast to 45 southwest. . today . Temperatures The following list of cities shows (H) highest temperatures occurring between 6 a.m. and 6 p.m. Friday, Jan. 23, (L) lowest temperaturts occyrrlnfl between 6 a.m. Thursday ind 4 - • •-• illation Jn li uei wccn o a.ii i. inu* •>%•« Friday and (P) preclplta occurring between 4 p.m. and 4 p.m. Friday. Thursday IOWA otal stock sales C4,090,000 ales year ago c7,l04,l25 "irdn Pet 15 5*» o Flow 7 12*» 14V2- 1/4 10 32 ? — 1% 10'/«— Va 361/2— <•• 10V2 NEW YORK (AP) - Following is an! abbreviated list of domestic corporation; bonds traded on the New York Stock Ex-' change Friday with sales, highs, lows, closing prices and net changes: Sales Net (m SI,000) High Low Close Chg. Air Red 3 7 /as87 34 66'2 65V2 65' i —1 (API- Following is an abbreviates nst of stocks traded Friday on | <-'aSUUS SUgar narVCSt tniS i AllledCh 3'.'|S7B 1 73? a 73'. «>.-'» >.ock Exchange with sales, closing prices and net changes. year range from 6 . 5 milHon to | ^51^92 Yw 7 « "12 .6 million tons. : ^ ir! 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A retired construc- ion worker, he lived in Des vloines 15 years before moving o Elkhorn four months ago. Surviving are four sons, including Arthur and Melvin of Des Moines, a brother, two sis- ers, 15 grandchildren and 12 reat-grandchildren. Order Publisher To Sell Paper TUCSON, ARIZ. (AP) - Federal Judge James A. Walsh ordered Tucson Daily Citizen publisher William A. Small, jr., to sell the Arizona )aily Star within 21 months. This marked the end of five -ears of litigation over government anti-trust charges against Tucson Newspapers, nc.,(T.N.I.) the morning Star and the afternoon Citizen. The reorganization plan calls 'or separate Star and Citizen advertising departments, a T.N.I, advertising department o sell combination daily and Sunday advertising, and two separate circulation and promotion departments with a common distribution department. The joint operating agreement under which the newspapers are published was chal- enged by the government after Small exercised an option and the Star. The U.S. Su preme Court upheld Walsh, resulting in Friday's final order. Given 12 Years AsSpyforU.S. WARSAW, POLAND (REUTERS) -Gerard Cichy a courier for a French travel firm, was sentenced Friday to 15 years in jail by a military court for spying for the United States during trips to Poland. j i&smjt g$ The court said Cichy, 51, | }&!{£! £'*« gathered information about military road and rail transportation, location of military units, airfields, training areas and police staUons'asnSell'as details about heavy industry. 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NEW YOR .... Approx final total Previous day Week ago Month ago Year ago Two years ago Jan 1 to date 1969 to date 1968 to date 66 66 —1'a 53 531/1 — 1.4 68 68 —1 57Vi 58 + ^a 383 81 i/j 81V2 81 i/a — U 43 72 71 7P1 — i. 108 631.4 624i 62'§ — 'i 19 70*8 70'i 70' 4 5 69»B 693* 69H + '.» SALES MAP) -N Y Bond sales $13,410,000 $14,323,000 $12,297,000 $14,101,000 $14,444,000 $14,904.00-.! 234,737,000 Guard Breaks Up Costa Rica Rallies SAN JOSE, COSTA RICA (AP) —The Civil Guard used tear gas Thursday night to disperse several thousand demonstrators who had assembled following ^three political rallies staged a week before national elections. There was scattered violence. CANADA Calgary ................ 43 17 Ottawa ................ 15 — 4 Regina ................ 34 10 Toronto ................ 21 5 Vancouver ............. 51 43 Winnipeg ............... 7-17 WORLD Berlin (7 p.m.) ..................... 21 Casablanca (4 p.m.) ................ 55 Geneva (7 p.m.) .................... 30 Madrid (7 p.m.) .................... 45 Moscow (9 p.m.) .................... 20 Rome (7 p.m.) ...................... 50 Saiaon (7 a.m. today) .............. 7» . Tokyo (3 a.m. today) ............... 39 Warsaw (7 p.m.) .................... 16 (M -missing, T -trace) THE DAY'S RECORD Des Moine» Deaths FRENCK — Mrs. Bessie May, 71. of Nodaway, la., died Friday at Iowa Methodist Hospital. Des Moines Births BEACH — Mr. and Mrs. Paul, 2911 Fifth st., a son, Friday at Broadliwns Polk s,Ms H ™: N.E. Fifty-fir and Mrs. Louis, 2780 Fifty-first court, a daughter, Friday at Broad lawns Polk County Hospital. CERRATO — Mr. and Mrs. Nicolas, 2511 S.E. Sixth st., a daughter, Friday «t Broadlawnj Polk County Hospital. SPONSLER - Mr. and Mrs. Larry, »«5 Meredith drive, a son, Friday at Iowa Lutheran Hospital. LANE - Mr. and Mrs. Keith E.. 1303 S.E. Thorton st., a son, Friday at Iowa Meth, odist Hospital. JOHNS — Mr. and Mrs. Larry O., In, dlanola, la., a son, Friday at Iowa Methodist Hospital. BENGE — Mr. and Mrs. Jesse C., 303 Watrous ave., a son, Friday at Des Moines General Hospital. SCOTT - Mr. and Mrs. Norman H., 1547 Sixteenth st., a son, Friday at Des Moines General Hospital. Where's the Fire? A.M. 9:29—190$ Ingersoll ave./ unnectwary. 9:03-^414 E. Fifth »t., werhMttxTSotor. unnecessary. •""• »venues. P.M. rescue. Backs Atomic Navy To Counter Soviets NEWPORT NEWS, VA. (REUTERS) - Defense Secretary Melvin R. Laird, speaking at the keel-laying of the first of' a new class of U.S. nuclear frigates, declared Friday that j _ _ atomic-powered warships are^Tricia Nixon has accepted ap- necessary to meet the threat of: pointment as honorary national a growing Soviet navy. The i youth chairman of the National guided-missile frigate California'Foundation • March ol Dimes, is scheduled to be seaborne and the White House announced to- 1:24—2217 Beaver ave., auto. 2:50—308 5.W. Porter ave.. rescue. 3:51—1314 Laurel st.. rescue. 4:15—531 Thirty-fifth »t., rescue. 4:28—201 Watson ave., no tire. 4:53-3420 S.W. Ninth St.. trash. POST TO TRICIA WASHINGTON, D.C. (AP) - combat-ready in 1972. [day.