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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 9, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta JO THE IfrHBSIDGE HERMt) Monday, November 9, 1970 wniers Four Master Farm Families am! four 1970 Science Fair win- ners will be guests of lionor today at a joi.'.t supper meeting ot tlic Alberta Institute of Agro- legists ami the Lcthbridge branch of the Agriuiltaral In- stitute of Canada. Mr. and Mrs. G. Tempteton, Kcadymade and Mr. and Mrs. D. Merrill, Hillspring. the 1963 winners, and Mr. and Mrs. F. Newton. Del Bonita and Mr. and Mrs. A. Gyorfi, Bow Island, winners tor 1970, are the Mas- ter Farm Families to be recog- nized. Dr. Sam Smith, president, of the University of Lethbridge, is to discuss the topic University and the Community. AIA and AIC members and guests will meel at Ericksen's Family Restaurant for a short reception prior to the supper at p.m. Ross panelist at aviation conference Federal Minister of Trans- pert Donald C. Jamieson will address the 2nd annual Interna- tional Aviation Conference in Calgary Nov. 18 and 19. Walter It. (Stubb) Ross, president of Time Airways Ltd., will be a panel member dis- cussing commercial aviation Nov. 18. Other panel members include the presidents of Air Canada, Pacific Western Air- lines Ltd. and Wardair. The conference is aimed at developing an awareness of sir industry opportunities and problems related to Western Canada. Risk capital from Indians would better mining profits BRIDGING THE GAP Dr. E. Preston Sharp, right, general secretary of the American Correctional Association, explains the finer points of an interaction to Crime, Cor- rection and You conference participants, Nacline Cole- man, left, a Mount Royal College Student and Val Lynn, a Northern Alberta Institute of Technology student. Adding to'the discussion were, left fo right, Dr. Frank P. Miller secretary of the. National Parole Board and Jack D. Lee, director of correctional services with the provincial govern- ment. Friendship funds year by year Peler Cresswcll, executive member of the Alberta Friend- ship Centre Association said Sa- turday funding native friend- ship centres in the prov i n c e "leaves something to be desir- ed" He said for the last three years, the federal provincial i grant for provincial centres has i been but in the past two I years, two new centres