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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 23, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 24 IHE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Wcdnoidoy, Ausjuil 23, Eskimos want their kind of education PANGNIIITUNU, N.W.T. (CP) _ Education lun-llu-rn Canada must Iw radi- cally lo serve tlio needs mid preserve the culture of the kimo Urn annual meet- ing of the. Eskimo Urotiieiliuotl of Canada >vns told line. Complaints were voiced by delegates from all regions of the Arctic that their children nre locked in an txltica- tional structure dominated and oiilrolled while Canadians from the sonlli. iMizuuelii Qnilki of I'ayne Hay, (Inc.. one uf only :i liniul- Kskinni natives who have heeome teachers, said norlli- erners niitst control of Hie educational system if they to make it serve their needs. As lone >'s southern teachers and southern courses dominate the schools, the Kskimo culture and heritage will continue to erode, she said. There were proinisuls from many delegates for more nortli- c-iTi-orieiitcd courses such as Arctic survival, hunting, fish- trapping and sewing. "These nre the things our children must leavn if we are going to preserve our said one Baffin Island delegate. "Southern courses are a wasie of time for Eskimos." The complaints heard Mexico grants asylum MEXICO CITY (Heuterl Mexico has granted political asylum to two Sonet musicians who left their hotel tot day to go to a movie show and i r.over returned, the foreign ministry says. The two Alcxandre Ivanov, 32, and Yuri Grcdezki, came to Mexico a week with the 100-member Music Hall of Leningrad cpmpcny'i which is touring Latin America. Mexican officials had earlier disclaimed knowledge of their whereabouts and the Soviet en> bassy iiny commei'l, The company's tour coordina- tor, David Llano, told reporters, he (iid not believe the two trnni- bone phiyers had sought polilr- I enl nsvium. "They have shown that they are basically artists