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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 19, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta comp ire, heril all ages In their own lan-uage In schools everywhere In ic North." Mr. Curly, 28, also urged elegates to work for unity rnong Ihelr people by narrow-ng Ihe gap between old and oung Eskimos. LEFT OUT "We have drifted away from ur older people. Many of them eel they no longer have a con-ribution to make and that they are not a part of the commu-ily." He also spoke briefly of land claims which will lie iscussed later in the confer-nce. One thing that should be con-idcred, he suggested, is tage ally payments for gas, oil and minerals that are taken out o! the North. Such revenue should be aMo lo bo given to a corporate body and used for the bctlerment ot all native northerners, ho said. Most of the sessions Friday, the second day of tlie conference, wero devoted to remarks by delegates on general subjects that will be dealt with later In Iho meeting. The conference Is being conducted almost entirely In tho Eskimo language. Delegates arc attending from almost PV-ery major settlement across Ihe North, some coming from communities miles away. fi I ii Ir jyi Ai t it fj Wl I X x ft ft V} r? 0 v 'lift' f ______ MEMORIAMS FOSTER In loving mem-jry of my falhcr, .lolm Edwin 'osier, who passed August ISKiO. Ever remembered by his daughter Joan. to prese] By DAVR BLAIKIK PANGNIIITUNC, N.W.T. (C I') Eskimo representatives from across northern Canada were told Friday they must and fight to preserve their language, culture and heritage. The warning was given by Tagak B. C. Curley, president of Inuit Tapirisat ot Canada, the Eskimo brotherhood of Can-Ida, when he spoke at the first ITC conference, being held at thir, Baffin Island settlement. "We have to Ira competitive today to he said when he read his annual report to to rve culti nearly CO delegates attending he 10-day mecling. "liillions of dollars must not >e spent in development that lumiliales our young people because Ihey have failed In the system. Let's change the system." Mr. Curley, who criticized educational methods used In the North, said "the system" has removed tho Eskimo from the decision-making process. "The government should have interpreted the meaning of education to our people 25 years he said. Because this had not been done, Eskimos were trapped within a sii-ucturc they did not trust and which did not serve their needs. "The problem, of course, is etlinic roots what we have o strive for is a system, thai will produce resource people o: our origin." UIIGES CHANGE He recommended a series o educational changes to better serve the needs of the Eskimos who are scattered across the Arctic. "We can start by asking th system to include our people in the classroom." Southern standards, in which teachers must hold a teacher college certificate, should no IK applied lo Eskimos wh want to become teachers, h said. The thinking ability of minds of young Eskimo people mus be developed by their own people if the Eskimo cultur was to be preserved. "Let's ask the system to pa more respect to Inuit leader and let them speak to CARDS OF THANKS i I wisll lo express my sincere thank you lo all those who sent cards anil flowers and assisted in so many kind woys (luring my recent bereavement. Ella Faciler. 7474 MUNTON I wish to send sincere thanks to the doctors end staff of the Holy Cross Hospital, Colgcry, for their kindness and patience lo me during my operation stay there. Thanks also to my relatives and friends for their prayers, visits, flowers und cards. A special thcnk you to the Audi's I-ittlo Baseball team and their parents for the card and lovcl) roses that I received. It was al very much appreciated anc helped make my recovery psss more quickly. Mrs Valerie Mtmton 7I92-19h KRKMENIK We woulc like to thank the doctors of the Municipal Hospital and all the special regular and studcn nurses for the wonderful car given my son wliilc in inlensiv care. Our gratitude to Fathe Marion, Field to their prayers and masses Many thanks to everyone wh helped in so many ways; to the flowers, masses, cards, do nations, food, gilts, cle. and a the visits during his month hospitalization, for helping t a speedy recovery. Thank yo and may God bless you alt. The Hans Kremenlk Family OF THANKS KKMI'Kll Tits is to my sincere tliar-ks and iprcciation for the kind care vcn to me by my doctors and o the nurses on 'Jliircl Main o! t. Michael's Hospital during iy stay there; also to the many people who sent (lowers, ifl.s and cards; to ail the riends and relatives who gave f their time to visit me; made w time pass quickly and leasantly. My grateful tjiprc-iation to all of you. Kcmpcr. MEMORIAM t i j In loving ncinory o four brother, Peter who passed away August ]y, Nothing can The love a heart BjSmJf' f? M Fonu" memories linger every Remembrance keeps him near Gone not forgotten. remcmlxjred by his sisters end brothers. I would like lo hank all our friends who took lime out from their busy schedule to come and visit me in (he lospilal. Also for all those beautiful flowers and gilts lha' were sent and brought up. A special tliank you lo the Haig Clinic who were so good to me; :o lire nurses at (he Municipa Hospital for their kindness am understanding; to the Research Station for their lovely flowers Both my husband and myscl consider ourselves very lucky lo have such a wonderful grou; of friends. Thanks so much. Ev Qually additiona MONTREAL (CP) Premier Robert Bourassa says he sought more federal money Friday in a private mocling with Prime Minister Trudcau but "1 did not empty his pockets, Prime Minister Trudeau whose home in suburban Out remont was the site of the? meeting, said his answer was: "If you want more money raise taxes. If we in Ottawa want more money, we must in creases taxes and you mut dc the same." Mr. Bourassa also said he told the prime min slcr h would reply when new federa family-allowance legislation is 3 passed, to a June 1 money from the federal government on Quebec's demands in this area. He mentioned increases in old-age pensions and delay in application of new family allowances as two examples of changes that could affect Que-hcc's reply. Quebec seeks power to decide will receive social wefare payments such as family allowances, and how much these allowances will be. The prime minister said he discussed municipal affairs with Mr. Bourassa and foresees "no disagreemnet" at the planned conference of federal provincial and municipal gov eminent officials in Toronto in Irvii term in NEW YORK (Reuler) Mrs. Edith Irving was released from jail Friday after serving two months for her part In Ihe sen. safcional Howard Hughes hoax autobiography. She was met at the gate ol Nassau County jail by husband Clifford Irving who tricked Iho McGraw-Hill publishing empire into telieving his manuscript was the authorized autobiography of the secretive billionaire. The couple drove away in a car and a prison spokesman said he understood they were flying to their temporary home at Sarasota, Fla., where ends urison has been caring for Uielr two children. Irving must surrender himself in 10 days to start a 30-month federal sentence for engineering the swindle. Mrs. Irving has said she will go to Switzerland to face charges stemming from the affair. The Swiss-born Mrs. Irving, dressed ui blue denim panls suit, said at a news conference in the prison Thursday, when asked about the future of her marriage: "I don't know." During the case, it came to light that Irving had vacationed with Danish singer Nina Van Pallandt in Mexico. __ In loving memory of a dear husband and father Nelson, who passed away August 19, 19C7. Five sjd and lonely years have passed, since our great .sorrow fell. You meant so very much to us That nolhing we could say, Can still grief that is in our hearts As we think of you each day It's a lonely life without you And sad has been the way, For life at home is not th< same Since you have gone Ever remembered and sac ly missed by his loving wit Jessie, son Archie, Cecil am daughter Gladys and families. MEMORIAM HARTWICK In lovinf memory of our father ant grandpa, Gordon, who passe away August 20, 1SC9. remembered by Orlene, Laurence and family. 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