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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 17, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 18 LFIHBRIDCE HERAID Solurdoy, June 17, 1972 foreign ownership: Ottawa iveekly livestock report OTTAWA (CP) Cattle de- liveries at the 10 public stock- yeard from Monday to Thurs- day this week totalled head, down from last week and 354 head below tho corresponding week in 1971. The agriculture department reported Friday that eastern deliveries, head, exports of beef cattle to the U.S. total- led 449 head, 441 going for im- mediate slaughter and eight for further feeding. Organized crime to Le 'exposed' BANFF (CP) Police will begin publicizing the activities of organized crime, delegates to tho National Criminal Intel- ligence Conference have de- cided. Chief Inspector Art Koberts of Calgary city police, confer- ence chairman, said selective releases would be made in an effort to gain public support. "We are concerned with or- ganized crime entering into legitimate business and (we will) seek public support to combat it." The releases would warn Canadians who might unwit- tingly contribute to criminal profits by dealing at businesses with underworld connections. Lighter marketings and broad demand prevailed during the week. Cattle prices in tho western markets were slightly lower, while tlie eastern mar- ket remained steady. The hog market was active with higher prices in all markets. Good cows and calves were steady wilh feeders in good demand. Choice steers: Montreal 36.50 to 37.25; Toronto 48 to 33; Win- nipeg 37 to 38 Saskatoon 35 to 36.50; Edmonton 35.75 to 3S.50; Calgary 36 to 37.30. Choice heifers: Montreal 30 to 39.50; Toronto 35 to 36, Win- nipeg 32 to 33.50; Saskatoon 32.55 to 33; Edmonton to 33; Calgary 33.25 to 34.35. Good cows: Montral 26.50 to 23.50; Toronto 27 to 28; Winni- peg 28.50 to 29.50; Saskatoon 27 to 28; Edmonton 25.50 to 2G.50; Calgary 20.50 to 27.50. Good feeder steers: Montreal 38 to 46.50; Winnipeg 37 to 46; Saskatoon 35.00 to 42.50; Edmonton 35 to 44; Calgary 35 to 40. Good and choice veal calves; Montreal 50 to 57, Toronto 45 to 55; Winnipeg 50 to 60; Saska toon 45 to 47; Edmonton 59 to 64; Calgary Good lambs: Montreal 25 to 52; Toronto 40 to 45; Winnipeg 35 to 37; Saskatoon Edmon ton 33; Calgary 30 to 33. Basic Hogs: Montreal Toronto 36.50 to 37.50; Winni- peg 31.35 to 32.75; Saskatoon 30.45 to 31.15; Edmonton 30.75 to 30.90; Calgary 30'.45 to 0.95. FORT WHOOP-UP AGENCIES LTD. Fort Whoop-Up Agencies Ltd is proud lo announce Ihe oppoinlment of Tom Seines to iheir Real Estate and Insurance snloj staff. Tom is well known In tha Insurance field having achieved the mil lion Dollar Sale Club award for the year 1971. Tom has recently taken the Real Estate courses offered by ids lelhbridae Real Eslate Board. VVe are confident that Tom can look afler sall your Real Estate and insurance needs. Contemplaling buy- ing or selling your properly? Give Tom call. He will be glad to help you. Office 328-3251. Home 328-5990 TOM SEINES COMING SALES FORT MACLEOD AUCTION MARKET Tues., June 20th at a.m. 750-HEAD-750 HIGHLIGHTED BYi 45 YEARLINGS FROM CHARLH THOM, CLARESHOLM 70 YEARLING HEIFERS FROM NOEL BRANDlFf, FORT MACLEOD Ottawa act is defended OTTAWA (CP) Trade Min- ster Jean-Lus Pepin Friday de- ended federal foreign-takeover egislation against suggestions hat new Ontario proposals might be more effective. Mr. Pepin told the Commons ie considers the federal pro- posal to screen foreign take- overs of Canadian businesses more realistic" than Ontario's suggested requirement for 51- per-cent Canadian membership on company boards of directors. Replying to Edward Broad- bent Mr. Pepin said the federal gov- ernment sees no reason to change its view that the screen. ing approach is the best method of dealing with foreign take- overs. Under the screening system, I lie federal government would decide whether it is in the na- tional interest to approve for- eign takeovers of companies with more than in as- sets or million in annual sales. IN COMMITTEE STAGE The screening proposal is part of foreign takeover legislation now being discussed in the Com mons finance committee. The trade minister said the Ontario move is an example of how right Prime Minister Tru- Hog board members get backing RED DEER (CP) Central Alberta members of the Alber- ta Hog Producers' Marketing Board yesterday refused a rec ommendation that the provin cial government be asked to dismiss the board's seven dir ectors and order new elections They also refused to ask the government to take control o the board on an interim basis while new election procedures were developed and the board was completely restructured. During an earlier meeting Sten Berg of Ardrossan sai< power groups among the direc tors deposed him as chairman of the board. Their