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1 Lomp I i . 1 NEW YORK VP) The stock market edged higher in moderate trading at the opening' today. Small gams outnumbered losers among key stocks. Corporation Bonds 14 Alien AkitiM rr. 'n nut iosh All Om TL. IV.. '(I . HH lid All CAHB. M4. Mar I. It M -Alt Steel Carp. IVa, II . tm Alum ol Canada. 44 tl 0344 M'a Bell Trlanhane. 144. 13 .. H 101 Bell Telephone, i, ( . 100 10He noaatar Poaer. 344. ao . N BraaU TLlaF. a. '10 .. 13 Brll Aim Oil, 144. Tl Hti HV .Brll Col Ttl. '. Woe 1, '13 M Canada' CcmantL St.. '71 17 can Brtwertee, I, 'U ... l MMi Cdn Br Alum. 54. ao ' lota 101 ' j Cda Ouailcal, T. ' I0414 IMti, Cdn tnduilrlM. IV '77 loo 101 Cdn Pat R. lt. Oct 1. 'M N itv. Cdn Pee ar. a. 'II 11 Si OA Cdn WH Oaa. 14. ... M4 om CoDIBmtr Oai CO, 0. Tt 04 01 Coronauoa credit, IK, 'II 03 oi Dominion Stores. -Hi. '70 014 Dam Tar at Ch. Iti. '70 M 00 Drydtn Paper. 04. '74 134 OS T latoo ACMP4, IS 'II 1O0 1014 T Eaton BeaUx. a. '71 .. II MV4 BddJ. B B; CO. 4.14 17 Oen Moral Ann. IV,. 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ION J OT 141 I Ant, TO11 Z.. '.Mu 141 t Juno. 7470 J 111 14111 Boa, loll . iSaat 14111 Oob, To11 -da 144111 Jala., loll da IS 11 .Btldl 11 iBtid t it Pea., leal Ant., ION I ,' loaa laaa Unlisted Stocks ,, ' -' - ' "' SKI Aitad Bant to wee vara ctnaoa 174 io Brlnoo . -A ' t4 Briu zntl pfnnjN a 4 na BrlUah Plto .t 14 14 Cdn Corp afanaf eaamt . 11 r 13 Cdn Oai Bnartr It. Ill , S3I ' ten vraa mr 07 a piu a Capital Laaetnt ... I 40 M Beealeliar Ufa . It ' IM Oai Trunk Una af BO 114 104 oraat can ou nanaa 114 iit , tmaoM UN .. . ,7- IT It ' Loan Warrant .......... .114 ton two Ufo 1 , Ml Maraball Willi .. . 400 460 Paalflo Ou Trana,"! IT It Phllllpa (laetrtaal .... It It ' Ptn Point . 374 M teaman 'ini'!liril 7ti BanerOol . , . .. '. T Tort 1 Trait and Baetnis' 114 114 Het Earnings By Hm Canatfin Prata Marak Oil Ca. Lta., atx monlhi ended June JO:- )(M, S4S.4$S. 20 centt a ihare; 1M3, t3R0,M1, H centt. , WettbunM Oil Ca. Ltd, , tin month ended June M: IW4, HR0.JO0; 198J.' tVh,)M. lick's af Canada Ltd., year I IN N NN MM 010 M M 01 H 04 10 SN Man MMM M M mi M M IN 11 M Mi 100 71 M.Oti n 14 M M 07 111 M 103 00 03 Mi N N 01 M 04 N M 14 03 40 M.Otl 11.10 . ended May II: IM4. 3i.JI5, 71 " cent tharf; ISO, 2U.M2, tl ; eenti. ' ; , . , Vulcaa Caiitalriert (Canatta) Lttl, tig monthi ended June h 1954, $m.m, H.I cents a ahare; l3, $90,891, U.S eanU. any Suggest Profits Level Off ' 1 - By KEN SMITH Canadian Pre Buolneot Editor The profit parad it conttnu, ing without, letup. - ' Several more large Canadian firms came in latt week with six- or nine-month earning! re ports and most ranged from merely excellent to almost unbelievable, . Some were so good observers suggested the public should not look for too much more in the near future. j "No one jean expect profit levels to continue at the pace tome of them have been setting recently, but any fall-off from that, pace Shouldn't necessarily be taken at meaning the bubble is breaking," said on analyst "It could be jutt a return to a more normal existence." Two important economic groups were represented In last week's profit report farm machinery and. nickel mining. DOUBLE EARNINGS Massey Ferguson. Ltd. reported earnings for the nine months ended July 31 more than doubled to tM,90B,00 from $13,900,000 In the similar 1963 period. . V" 1 With sales running a record M7,100.000 2J per cent higher than a year ago Pretident A. A. Tbornbrougn predicted total 19M s lei could react. $800,000,-000. .'i International Nickel Co. of Canada Ltd. ; earned record $70,121,000 m the lint six months of this year compared with a52.fto2.000 to 1943's first half, while Falconbridge Nickel Mines Ltd. reported profits of $ll,0o(,000 compared . with to.-7U.000. Ollweek, a . trade magazine lor the Industry, surveyed the first-half earnings of the first 15 large oil 'companies reporting this year and found an average increase In profits of JS per cent compared with a year ago. SHELL BIGGEST GAINER The biggest gainer wai Shell Canada Ltd:,, up 104 par cent to $10,301,0110. Trans - Canada Pipelines Ltd. tnada SeMlt.OM, an Increase of 71 per cent and British American OH "Co. Ltd. gained 3$ par cent to $18,398,-000. . . Firmer prt-ces hx refined products and higher volume has caused ' the cheerful , balance sheets, Ollweek says, predicting industry profit this year could reach mora than $300,000,00. Elsewhere on the business scene 'came a warning that consumers can expect to start paying more or foods with high copper content The two biggest Canadian copper producers Inco and Noranda Mins Ltd. raised their domestic price 1 cents to 3$ cents a pound and the increase eventually will find their way back to the consumer. , r , t ' Prices (or copper wire was raised immediately by three to seven per cent and for Industrial copper products $1.2$ to $2.7$ ear 100 pounds. Talk of a tssibU rise la the price of steel, however, was tquetchtd .at; least temporarily. DEPENDS ON WAGE TALKS . V. W. Scully, president of Steel Co. of Canada, said there la no, Indication at an Increase. D. S. Holbrcxk,. chairman and presifient of Algoma Steel -Co. Ltd, agreed, although be added that present wage negotlatkmi could affect the outlook lor continued price subllity. The price of steel bat not changed since U$7.t' v Onurio announced . plans to build a l.OOO.OM . kilowatt unclear generating station. It will coat about $2M.00O.OO0. with Ottawa paying $T9,000,000.S f To be located 20 miles east of Toronto, . the plant will, require 132 tons of uranium oxide to load the.itactort and about half that annually to maintain operation a hopeful promise for the future for Ontario's battered uranium mining industry. Mutual Funds aad Ca. IM. " MAT tor AH Canadian SI Att Canadian Die. . IB m itt Amenaan oroau lll.n Amnion In tm tort 111. 11 Ou. Ou and CaersT an ti tl.M 11 Can InmUuaul ......... 4 01 I 40 tl.M . I ll (Tannrnna .. ai Canada OrovUi . N' Loamonweaiia .... . 10 41 11. N . 4 04 N M ... 0 M 11.41 UN Oorpnrnu ' '...-v... CTIP ..... DrarfTn (OS) .... INtropeaa Orowth IN 11 01 1 1t 171 . IN saw. rand a 0 41 IB on 134 Plrat Oil and Onl . - oroap Ineome Inaaatara Orowth . 411 107 Innatan Intl. Oraat -. IM 14 40 ... Ill 4T -T.M 14 tnaaataro Mttanl Lerrate ....1 ,. ttutaal Aeeumalattnl Untnal Boat ... atutnal Bond taionto ll.Tt 10 01 114 IH lit Its Kufnal tnoaaw "orth Amarteaa .....U 4M 04 11 n 14 40 Pntnatl Oroath ftal, II U N Baelnta and lav, Telerletou Blaa, 1 04 I, IB . IN Trnao (Canada tjnttad Aaeaeealatrea ... 1 I ta a4i NAV aat aaaat vahea: POP pahlla oaarine arien, ; I 1 (jtTAWA JcluRNAL THE , MONDAY, AUGUST 34. 1984 Earnings Still Mhnbirig , ' ' ' ; " a J' -i . ' " ., riii teii TArnntA C,A-Ir iCi..A.lJn. lill femMMM I :"?i:?::::s lw,""v wi vviv Mwwiuiiuiia twtwwi i i e -" TORONTO (CP) Stocks were mainly hlgbei1 at the opening, of moderate,' trading on the Stock market today. INDUSTRIALS n Tna.Caaadlnn Praaa In eanu unNM awraaa a rt.ni w. a Kx-riivUiaad. ar Jt- rilhu. la -Ba-warranta. Net ehanga la fraia araataua aoaro-mt otoaaai aaae.r - c II htt Hlfk Law aai. 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CANADIAN DOLLAR h NEW YORK m Onadian dollar unchanged at 92 in terms ' of " IAS. funds. Pound sterling down 11 at $2.78-33-B..1 ,;. rr'v'i.,i vi- US. DOLLAR MONTREAL, 0) Th, ymt. ed States dollar In terms of Canadian' fund was off 1-32 at 11.07 13-16. J0und sterling wtt off 1-16 11 H.W3-IO., no aanaaaS r ta Brakar a t at tare Atorliltin af Ontaran , BM aVak ll mull 14 . 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ION 144 144 144 4 30 IN UO IM -4 3ooo at itr a at Mldcan N Darin Ne OU Plan. Tack Carp rrtaa OU ' lilt M a ! at 1514 114V Ut (M 114 114 -4 ta' ai najaaaanaaaanaBaW IMINES ' J 17 10 NS IS M N N 4l It IS 11 -4 IN 141 141 Ml tl M M - 134 114 134 4 4 in lit 17 41 A Arcadia lew its 14 14 4 All t; tap lew la . N M0 . OS Baw Mat 40N It' 14 II I ' IN NO Nt 4W . M M . M . Brahma- IN at Mt at - M4 M4 M4 til Bk 11 Canute tat la IN la -I Cda Kaaatr Noo a aaa .tnnrn aw 114 tr 17414 AdvacoM SB AJtlJIca ' Mt Am Lnraar SW A Am MOy IN An Baaaa TN Aaaat .... MW Aran - Mt 'Popular President' Surrounded by Guards By EDWIN Q. WHITE JAKARTA ; (AP) Troops with tare btyonett took up positions along busy Jakarta street. Sirens sounded and eight motorcycle police, four armored cars and nine Jeep filled with guards swept pasO ' ;h - In the centre of the convoy was 'the long, black llmoutln carrying the preiident of Indonesia. ''-.! A woman tourist looked' on slightly wide-eyed, ' then put down her orange soda and aald: Tell me, just bow popular Is this PrMldent Sukarno?" The question it a difficult one. ,...v -..i..tT-'' GUIDED DEMOCRACY While there ana those who oppose Sukarno and the so-called guided democracy that gives him, almost unrMMcted powers, there is no significant open opposition. Any criticism of Sukarno is voiced giardedly and then only to penone in whom the critics have., complete trust Some who have been .more forthright -are-wo longer m this country, or are in Jail . I No newspaper attacks the president personalty. The government-run radio hails his policies In words and music. , Listening to nearby- Radio Malaysia. Is forbidden. Bookii critical of Sukarno have bean burned or barrel . ... ONyr PRESIDENT vs - i He Is the only president Indonesia has had since independence was declared In 143. Outwardly and officially, then,. th answer to the tadys question Is thtt Sukarno Is popular. For all those voices abroad who 4eti6vmce him as a demagogue) or dictator, an expansionist and asrrestor. there art Indonesians here who speaa 01 mm in terms or near worship. . 1 - 4 -.. ., ..t . 4m. ..Cw, . . . .7.. 4 Caaalar 1 10 III II II Choaalrt MO) 10 10 10 - 1 Cack WIU I M M M Canlaaaa 37N M 1 4 1 CO Arrow 0N 37 17 77 1 C HalU 415 34 13 33 -1 C Moaal MO 17 17 17 C aforrtaat Mat 71 11 71 al C Mo her U IN IN IN Caa Nana TOM . II IT tr Con Nlchal low 114 114 114 4 c paruM liui aa C Itao rap aaa ta . 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Ua Pan 1 Unpen Uruaka 1051 17 tt 705 II 111 11 ST 1000 770 IN 11 SW 111 IMt 11 SM 71 17 " 4, 11a . a 11 41 'B14I 45 S II 11 41 so -a rn -1 11 15 lot at 11 tsw a mm a mn in Mt II W lodfail Yk Banr Val ST 17 aw u4 ii4 14 Balw N It a.aa.t Ifua For the man in the street or the peasant la the field, the matter of greatest coocern is overwlvslmlng ecoiiomic dtlti-cultlas. . Despite a day-to-day problem of aubsistatroa, there is no sign that the masses blame Sukarno personally. , A young father tells you he had to divide two eggs among his family of five for' breakfast, bat adds: - -. v , Ton should sea the eyes of my oldest son light up when he sees one of our Jet fighters go overhead. He Is only seven but he knows there Is an Indonesian flying that plane and he tells me that tome day he will fly too." - Cricket Results LOrTDOW (Bautati) CVoa T plT aooraa im Mart crtcktt atatchae tear: At Scwthand, Kanem SS or a (rain i4oppad pitai vs. Atartraltarta. (O. Barkar Its, K. Ptatahar ISS. 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He says Soviet Premier Khrushchev told Mr. Thoiwo about the diversion -plan.' ; ( WINNIPEG (CP) W. C. McNamara, chief commluioner of the Canadian Wheat Board, said Sunday any. shipment of Ruulan-bouitht Canadian wheat direct to Cuba would have te be part of new contract,- 1 He said dillvertes of wheat uitder a contract 'aignad with Russia In I9a are virtually Wkua Star M lli N o.e.,1 aataetrtaa. 41. heao aad Oaa M.IW completed. , ,. . ... FOR FRENCH CANADA Novelist Draws Up ArfGnevdnces"; MONTREAL B . Claude Jasmin, Quebec : novelist and art critic who, says he is an "unknown figure" in English Canada, has drawn ud a list of of French-Canadiaji grievance! in the artistic world. It includes a complaint that the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts has never appointed a French-speaking director or assistant. His complaint- ire contained in art optjh letter, published in a Montreal French-language dally tabloid, to Kenneth! Mackay. ' Mr. Mackay. a Crown prosecutor, in a speech last week complained It is difficult for English-Canadians to know what; French-Canadians want of Confederttion since few of them had set out their aims specifically. HALF-AND-HALF ' Mr. Jasmin's reply accuses English-speaking authorities" of falsifying the true face of Canada by imposing a "half-and-hair equality which does not correspond to reality. '. He contends that this "veiled discrimination" was evident in recent exhibitions of Canadian art sponsored by the Federal Government in London and Paris. j He' wrote of "the inane idea of promoting the two, cultures on a parauei oasis ana atu "this state planning of art by: the Federal art authorities Is completely removed from real-1 ity: If a sickening." ' " : He says the appointment by Montreal's World Fair authori- j ties of 10 graphic artists on the basis of five from Montreal and ' five from Toronto is "not only ridiculous but dangerous and harmful to serious talent." ' BUBBLING DIVERSE He detects the same anomaly m Canada Council grants.. Mr. Jasmin denies, .that he argues from a chauvinistic viewpoint. He saye that although he has often praised such artists as Harold Town of Toronto and Jack Sfiadbolt of Vancouver, these are excep- 51,323 -...'...-' 44 4 . . f ' V.'. ' , ' Immigrants In Half Year (By The CP) - Canada admitted Sl.m immigrants dur ing the first six month of thlt war comrjared wuir )!,- . tha oame oeriod of IM1, and Ttrifnia wat the bluett con- tritMttor with 1J.M. " A breakdown by country ol latt permanent residence wa Issued Saturday by the ImRiil gration department, a a d shows Italy ia second place witl IJ7T. In the same period i lost! year, II.1M came from' Britain and (,ni from luly. ' . Immigration from the United Sutea totalled e.m compared with the year-earlier total, ol Other major contributors. with figures for the first sis months of 190 in brackets: Germany l.UI (S.eM), Portugal 1.7SI (l.ni). Greet , 1.028 (a,IM). France I.U ; (l,StH)J NetherUnd l,ISo(l,104). Hong Kong 177 (Ml). : Mora than half the Immi grant. H.affl, settled In Un- tarlo,-with Quebec getting 11.-411. In the tame Deriod last year, Jl,te2 went to Ontario and 10.1M (o Qebee,.n..v,V,- ' POOD FACTORIES ST. LOWS - About 40.000 etubllthments in the U.9. are engaged In the! minulaqurt of ii ma...,. ' ' ,- : ' vuw inwtiau, , . t ' . . .FRENCH ' ENGLISH. ".- SPANISH ' : ITALIAN CERMAN " , ar any other language - . THE ; . EERUTZ SCHOOL CF LANGUAGES 31 Metcalfe St MJ-&J43 INVESTMENT we have buyers Interested properties from S50.000.00 to Tleatie ConUct B. I Rhodes real C. . rjonal tuses which cannot be com pared with "the, rich, bub bling diverse"' contribution of contemporary .Quebec art. : He sty Canadian Art Magazine la supported by the Federal Government but it does not devote two-thirds or three-quarters of Its space to French-Canadian art "although honest English-ipeaking people admit it la the liveliest, strongest and most dynamic srt in .the 10 provinces." v. .. Hs concludes m his. open, letter to Mr. Mackay: "We re fed up. And the associate state which you fear so much for 1968, and. which is proposed by Drapeau, Laves-que and Laporte, is our only hope. It Is door to economic end artistic salvation." The reference was to Mayo Jean Drapeau, Rene Leveaque, Quebec Miniiter of Natural Resources, and Pierre Laporte. Quebec Minitter ,ot Municipal Affairs. , INTSBNATIONAL PBBMAMBNT . . PLACBMBNT "' l ; ' Srcrrtutw s Staf rapkar i tnuu . i . ( Clarki . i n1WUVC, ' . 1 af ,4,1 . Opehlng . 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