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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 22, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta THE IETM3RIDGE HERALD Tuciclny, AuguM 22. 1972 Eskimo meeting Hold: Government interference caused N.W.T. (CI'> Government inter- ference has worked severe eco- nomic hardship on a group of Eskimo people in nortlieni Labrador, the annual meeting of the Eskimo Brotherhood of Canada was told during Die weekend. Anderous Tolnvinik, a rwi- dcnt of the consial village of Makkovik, about 130 miles northeast of Goose Bay, Labr- ador, said his people were liv- ing until 1959 at Hebron, other community about 260 miles further up the coast. There, he said, wildlife abounded and the villagers were able lo meet all their fi nancial needs. They fished char commercially and caribou wort' plentiful as staple source of food. "I could pay our rent for the government houses and no one went hungry. all had Tint in 1959, the government moved the roughly 400 resi- dents of Hebron to .sclllemcnts farther down ttie coast, many of them to Makkovik, where supply ships and aircraft had a shorter distance to (ravel. Residents at Nutak, about CO miles from Hebron, were also moved during Hie 1950s to more accessible settlements down the At Makkovik, Mr. Tolavinik said, his people have lost finan- cially because jjame in the area is scarce fit the best of times and somu .species such as ca- ribou are almost non-cxisleni in the wintertime. "Our people arc getting poor. They .sometime have to go hun- gry they have no money and can't get supplies on credit." Mr. Tolavinik said the people want badly to move back to Hebron but the government won't agree to transport sup- lilies over the longer distance. "That's the excuse we get." As it result, residents have grown bitter at government agencies and personnel, said. Ctiarlin Kadloraok, a confer- ence delegate from Uelchtr Islands, N.W.T., said there is resentment among residents of his area of the Arctic. "The government seems al- ways to walk over people." He was particularly critical of hunting unil trapping li- cences which northerners are now required to obtain from the government. Licences might fine in southern, Canada, IHS said, but "the government doesn't have any right to manage wildlife in Eskimo lands." Charlie Wntt of Fort Chimo, Que., president of the Northern ebec Jnuil Association, said his organization was started ns a direct result of "pcopto sit- ting .somewhere in an office down south and telling w wliat lo do." Tygak A. C. Curlcy, president of the Eskimo Brotherhood, said a general conference of Eskimo and government repre- sentatives could IHJ held to deal with limiting and fislilng com- plaints by northerners. Ho wcmld try to set this up at some Lime in the future. Some delegates also fialrJ laws are enforced to zealously in some communities. PARTY GIRL AT STRATFORD Patrio II: Requiems for the Party Girl, will be play- ing at Stratford's 3rJ Stage fn Stratford, O nt., from Aug. 23 lo Aug. 26. The produc- tion is drrecled by Michael designed by Eoin Sprott. Top photo shows scono in an operaling room, boMom photo Phyllis Mailing who plays Ariadne. peace initiative .a. month I "We hace come out of the closed circuit and stagnant wa- ters we were in, and v.viat we nnw is lo move with the Soviet Soviet Union, tlie U.S., Western European, nonaligr.ed and Arab An AI' Analvsi Ily ALKX KFTY CAIRO (AP) fitter ordering out military vipers from Kgypt, President Anwar S.nrJat stands nations in preparation for on the threshold of a new new Kadal said. Middle Eastern initiative, glori- i MAY TAKE TIMK fied in Arab eyes and fortified The initiative may take some on the internal front Ijy new laws against dissenters. Analysts feel Sadat's latest speech, delivered last be- fore a closed session of the Na- tional Assembly, JaitE down new time to emerge here, analysts feel, for the Egyptian masses are still geared to the policy of the inevitability of a next show- down, and the shift to a peace- ful approach would have to be gradual. Observers feel this may be the reason (he Egyptian press and radio have not reported a word of Sadat's speech Thurs- But the rift with the Soviet Accepts post guidelines, veering avay from the previous stress on the inevi- tability of another war with Is- rael, to a more measured ap- peal to the world through diplo- macy. After the Russians1 depar- ture, Israeli Defence Minister Moshe Dayan offered to return to Egypt half thti occupied Sinai Penin.sula ;i.s a first step toward a scttltniont KDMONTO.V (CP; Dr. add that the failure i Holland W. Jones, superintend- of the lori'lorship to cnt of Edmonton public .schools react so far to Dayan's differ announced Friday night he has may be an indication that accepted the post of superinten- Egypt i.s giving it serious con-S dent of tho Oharlotte-Mieklen- side-ration, br-rg County .School Dl.strict in The opening of (he rev; in- North itiative by Ur. Jones, 47, was appointed President Sadat himself in his super intend en I in Edmonton latest speech, vvht.-n hr: it early in A native of get unf'cr next .sacluisttLs, fie hnri super- month's rnesting of U'nited ir.tcndcnl of schools at Dccutur, Nations O trier a 1 7H., before corning here, Union, the main factor behind ,ho new initiative, i_s being stressed with increasing em- si.s by the govcrnmer.t-con- :rolled Cairo press. A month after the advi.scrs1 departure, the point has been reached where a leading news- paper commentator had charged the Soviet Union with violating the 15-year Soviet Egyptain friendship treaty by failing to provide Egypt with the neces- sary offensive weapons, Sadat went even further In his address, charging that Rus- sia had purposely failed to pro- vide JigypL with the requested weapons in order to drive her to despair and eventual surren- der. What then, are the options open to President Sadat? Unconfirmed reports are rife of secret negotiations lo pave the way for the next initiative. One rumor even has Sadat ready to accept Israel as a partner in a regional common market, multi-national linkup along the lines of the European Economic Community, pro- vidwi Arab demands are met, The author! Uith-e Beirut j nu'.v.spapor An N.ihar weighed j in Sunday a report that appeared to be moving cautiously toward restoring dip- jloriicitie relations with the U.S. severed in IEJC7. Anchor unanswered cjuesuon i.s what1 action (he Huussians will tnke eventually, alter receiving nirh a stinging blow from Sa- Diplomatic other onartors j agree on (me thing: That in the j y.'> months since he over from {he lale President Gamal i Sadat has provwl j rr rmd a man of i unexp'xled decisive adion. OCCUPANCY BEFORE SEPT. 1st Over 1700 sq. ft. of living space in this necit, attrac- tive home. Two rtrapr.-. it'.Mi clrivt- nr.-l :'r.'A. Ey appointment only. 327-4911 Many Fabulous Antiques Auctioned Tonite ;il '.ur Tuesday Wile Scilo. lo Ihrjnk our rr.'iny tti'jir tjrcol Auction Bam 2503 1 H. Fhono 327-1222 SIMPSONS-SEARS OFF SECOND Tl When you buy first tire at regular single tire price GUARANTEED THREE WAYS 1. Every Wlslata pajiengoi tlm is Guar- anteed against ALL tire failures for tlm lile of the Ten of tho cause oHailuro. Replacement cost based on iread against curio nt prica. 2. Nail punctures aro fixed a: no 3. 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