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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 5, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Couldn't you learn to love me? With soulful eyes like these, how could any on a deny Mrs. Beasely, a big, gentle Newfoundlander, a home? Mrs. Beasely is a spayed female, described by the poundkeeper as "well In excess of 100 Assistant pound- keeper Greg Anderson obviously agree. The dog has been in the cily pound since last Tuesday, along with 26 dogs and several cals most of whom will soon be put to sleep if no one wants ihem. If Mrs. Beasely looks o little too much for you, any of the olher animals would op- preciaie a home, loc. Groenen pholo ____ Thursday, October 5, 1972 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Teacher contract lalks Computers help in negotiations By RON CALDWEU, JleraM Staff Writer Computers have entered the fray of contract negotiations be- tween teachers and trustees in the rural areas of southern Al- berta. Catholic official to visit city A high ranking otticial o! he Roman Catholic Church mi Lethbridge this weekend. Father Joseph Lccuyer, sup- Tior general of the Holy Ghost 'athers, will be at St. Basil's Church hall at 5 p.m. Saturday 'or a brief visit to the city. Father Lccuyer has held num erous church posts, including Jiat of director of the French Seminary in Rome from 1945- 19G2. In addition to his present posi tion, which terminates 1974, Father Lecuyer also serve, in various capacities in the Vati can service; Consultor to the Congregation of the Doclorin of (he Faith, Consultor to th Congregation of the Doctrin lion of Peoples, member of th Revision Commission of Propi ganda Fide and member of th International Pontifical Marian Academy. The Alberta Teachers' Asso- ciation is making use of com- puter facilities at the Univer- sity of Ijcthbridge an effort to obtain a clearer picture of "What used to lake eight to 12 man hours lo work out with a slide rule can be done by the computer in two minutes and there is no room for human 10 impact of salary offers and i said Mr. Purdy. cmands. A comsniter terminal is locat- 1 in the hotel room where the Iks arc now being held. The negotiations are current- at the conciliation board tage. The process works like this: Tde computer can also provide detailed breakdown of the impact of a salary demand on each of the 18 school districts in the trustee association. 'We can find out the exact impact of what we are asking trustees make a salary ffer. A member of the feachor >argaining committee types the information and feeds it into lie main computer at the U of Two minutes later, the in- ormation comes back to the meeting, outlining all facets ol lie proposal. Russ Purdy, chairman of the cachers1 negotiation cornmh- .ee, says the computer is faster and more accurate than old methods. for or what they are Mr. Purdy said. This is the first time that computers have used to aid in teacher contract negotia- tions in Alberta, Mr. Purdy added. Alxiut teachers in the 13 rural districts south of Vulcan and Brooks are involved in tho talks. The conciliation board ami the two groups began meetings In Lcthbrirlgc Tuesday, The ses- sions are expected to be com- pleted on Thursday. DO CANADIAN GIRLS ENJOY LONDON? Canadian girls have been atfracled to tendon's swinging image 'ore iinding they don't really enjoy 11 because the cost of living is high. In Weekend Magazine this Saturday, Michael Cow ley wfth c number of girls aboul living in London. IN YOUR LETHBRiDGE HERAID WEEKEND MAGAZINE SAVE HUNDREDS AS DUNLOP FORD BUYCANADA_ SAVINGS BONDS START SOMETHING GOOD TODAY We're blasting off the 1973 model year with "out of this world" discounts on both our left over 72's and hundreds of 1973 cars. We're going to get the new model year off to a fast start by blasting prices today! Slart something good today wiih Canada Savings Bonds! They're the go-ahead way lo save (or the future wilhout worry. Canada Savings Bonds are safe. They're backed by all the resources of Canada and they pay good interest year afler year. New Canada Savings Bonds yield an overage oi 7.30% a year when held to maturity. Each bond begins with interest for the first year, pays interest for the second year, pays interest for each of the next four years, and ihen pays inieresl for each of the last six years. On top of this you can earn interest on your interest and make each grow to in just 12 years. Canada Savings Bonds are inslant cosh. They can be redeemed anytime at your bank al their full face value plus earned inleresf. Canada Savings Bonds are easy to buy. They're available in amounts ranging from up to a limil of You can buy them in three different ways: (a) ior cash where you work, bank or invest ib) on instalments through the Payroll Savings Plan where you work (cl or on instalments through the Monthly Savings Plan where you bank or invest. Go ahead! Starl something good today! Buy Canada Savings Bonds. 1972 GRAND TORINO 4 door. Pillar hardtop, med. brow metallic, low mileage, Executive driv en. Fully equipped. Reg. Relail