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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 24, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday. October 24, 1973-THE LETHBRIOGE HERALD-43 Head over heels Phillip R. Allen goes head over heels as he takes his nightly trip down the stairs on stage at the Royal Alexandra Theatre in Toronto. Allen plays an inebriated ex-basketball player in the prize-winning Broadway drama "That Championship Season." Natural science budget lower By JEFF CARRUTHERS Herald Ottawa Bureau OTTAWA The latest statistics reveal that Canada's RITCHIE BROS. AUCTION NOTICE Place Chrislini Like, B.C. (UMLLo) Grand Forks, on Ihj 3) Date Friday, Nov. 2, 1973 m.m. Owner Complete dispersal ot Tri-Waj Canst Ltd I Mlrsel Logging Ltd Crawler 1966 Cat D8M 46A18470, 1967 Cat D8H. 46A16230; 1972 IHC TD25C. TD25CP-1349; 1971 IHC TD25C TD25C-CP-1202, 1971 IHC TD20C, TD20CP-25343, 1965 Cat D7E, 48A4643. 1969 Cat D6C, 96A745, Tractor At- Sheppard "U" Dozer Arms; Beales D7E, Td25C TD20C Clearing Blades; Cat snow Wing Attachment; Rubber Tired Loaders: 1970 Hough 12UU, C03915, 1967 Cal 966B. 75A744, Michigan 85 Series III Loader, C5DC9-13, Crawler Loader: 1968 JD 350. T4E1D028367T; Motor 1967 Cat 14E. 99G968 Cal 12E. 99E1322; Motor 3' Euclid TS14 Motor Scrapers, 7UOT46103, 7UOT39710, 7UOT39709, 2 Euclid S12 Motor Scrapers, 78FOT25270. 78FOT24465 Water Tanker: Euclid S12 Trac- tor, 78FOT27873, Euclid S12 4500 Gal. Water Tank, Skldderi: 1972 JD 540A. 6A3P040170W. 1969 JD 540, 6A3P04149W; 1969 Timber Jack 404. 444038; 1968 Hough S7, 329-505-C06626; 9 Inc 6 Ford Pickups 7 Service Inc. Fuel, Winch, Flatdeck 1972 Ford F350, Dump 1967 1963 Dodge Dump Trucks. Bui: 1966 Dodge Bus. A1A2955489, 1971 Ford LTD Country Squire Station Wag 1969 Pontiac Station Wagon; Log Loader: American Model 395 BWA Heel Boom ESCO Grapple, GS10298 Sawmill Equipment: Located at Greenwood, B C .will be sold at Sale Site. Newman No 5 Planer. 9328; Nelson Blower; Planer Mill Infeed Cham, Knife Grinding Room; Complete Planer Mill Equip. Inc. Motors, Saws. etc. Camp A Shop Northland Camps, 3 Compartment 10'x40' Office Trailer; 10x24 Office Trailer; Brown Shop Van; Fruehauf Shop Van; Powder Magazine. Portable 8'x12' Trailer. Crushing Equipment: Pioneer Surge Bin Belt, Cedarapids Stacking Conveyor on Wheels; Pioneer S'x- 10' Single Deck Screen; Trailer Electrics lor Screen- ing Plant Compaction Equipment: Euclid S12 Tractor Grid Roller. Hyster Model D Grid Roller, Vibro-Plus 48" Vibratory Roller, Grace 13 Wheel Wobbly Packer; Compreuor A Air Track: 1967 G- D 600 CFM Compressor. G-D 3100 ATD Air Track, Hobart 400 Amp, Miller 300 Amp, Lincoln 200 Amp, Light Palmer 30 KW Light Plant; vlotorhte Model T35-03 Light lant Tower, Howe- Richardson SOT Truck Scale, Western 80T Ticket Type Truck Scale Surveyor a UTIIce Equipment: Levels' Monroe Calculator, Olym- ia Typewriter. SCM 33 Electric opier; Toshiba Calculator, Filing abinets; Desks; Chairs; First Aid Equipmment; Electrical Equipment: Large Selection of Electric Motors, Pallets of Pipe Fittings, Selection of 600V Motor Control Centre, Merc. Line Truck. GMC Boom Winch Truck; Large Quantity of Misc. Elect Equip; Mlicellaneour Compressors. Spreader, Fuel Tanks, Motors; umps, Jacks. Wrenches; Chains, Grinders; Shop Tools i Contractor's SuppNo? Phone af Sale Site- (604) 447-9212. Write lor Free Catalogue to 920 BRIDGE PORT POAD RICHMOND (VANCOUVER) B C spending in the natural sciences breaks at least two records. For the first time ever, the federal natural science budg- etary estimates surpass the budget is to be more exact. And that's good. But also for the first time in a decade, the percentage of the natural science budget devoted to actual research and development activities has dropped. According to Statistics Can- ada, only 72 per cent of the budget for 1973-74 is being de- voted to R and D, compared to an average of 75 per cent for the previous 10 years. On the increase is the per- centage being spent on scien- tific information activities, in- cluding the operation of science libraries and the dis- semination of scientific infor- mation and knowledge. This year, eight per cent ot the budget is going to these activities, almost double the amount spent in 1971. The being spent by Ottawa on the natural sciences in 1973-74 represents about 5.6 per cent of the total federal budget for the year. As in past years, the largest proportion is being spent for scientific activities in the gov- ernment's own laboratories: An estimated 64 per cent. Only 18 per cent will be spent in Canadian industry, with an additional 16 per cent being spent in universities and nonprofit institutions. The environment depart- ment and the agriculture department continue to have the highest expenditures on research and development in government. Environment has most of it done in-house, up 7.4 per cent from last year. Agriculture has up 10.4 per cent Atomic Energy of Canada Ltd. has 8-million and the National Research Council has for R and D this year, ranking them third and fourth. The federal government also plans to spend Jill- million to collect scientific data, about for scientific testing and stan- dards research, in feasibility studies, in research fellowships, and on science scholarships. An estimated is to be paid out to industry for research and development, plus an additional for related scientific ac- tivities. Last year, the statistics pre- dicted M be spent in industry, or1 .1 fact only f 1401-million was actual- ly spent during 1972-73. Thus, industry did not get much of an increase in comparing esti- mates between the two years. Federal payments to un- iversities and non-profit in- stitutions for scientific ac- tivities will exceed million this year, including for R and D. This is an increase of about 6.8 per cent. Rent ombudsman has wide powers WINNIPEG (CP) John Mason probably knows Manitoba's Landlord and Te- nant Act better than any other Manitoban. As Canada's only ren- talsman, he and his assistant, Peter Smith, handled more than disputes between landlords and their renters last year. Mr. Mason's position, created by a 1970 revision of the act, empowers him to help in negotiating problems and, in extreme cases, to take offenders to court. Mr. Mason said that although other provinces have set up officials with duties matching his, no official rent ombudsman in Canada has his quasi-judicial powers. During his two years as rentalsman, the questions directed to him have gradual- ly become more sophisticated. He attributed this to the success of a Manitoba Consumer Bureau educational program which has been presented to schools and local organizations. Mr. Mason said some prov- inces still cling to the old definition of landlord as lord and master of the land. Until 1971, Manitoba's laws regard- ed the landlord that way. Most of the revisions favor the tenant. For example, a landlord must give three months' notice of a rent increase before he can collect it and he must pay four per cent in- terest on security deposits. He must also give notice of entry. One amendment empowers Mr. Mason to collect rent pay- ments for a landlord in arrears for utility payments. 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