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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 14, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 6-THE LETHBRIDOE HERALD November 1173 Alcoholism remains a major Eskimo worry By RICHARD ANCO N.W.T One sign of the deep transformation ripping at Eskimo-value systems in the Arctic might be reflected in a recent week-long conference called in this Baffin Island settlement. Territorial and federal government officials as well as leaders from various Eskimo settlements got together to discuss the problem of alcoholism among the native population. It's a growing worry and blame the pace of in the northern economy for a breakdown in old family structures and life- styles. have got to be slow- ed said Naoimi Grif- an employee of the federal industry and commerce department who helps Eskimos operate their own stone-carving and art co- operatives. Development of mineral and energy resources has to be done at a rate that will minimize social she said. Francis van de 64-year-old bearded Oblate priest who has been in the North since said the wage economy and man's have forced rapid changes. Living off the land by hunting is dis- poor diets and poor health have become serious problems. Cora a jovial Jamaican based in Frobisher Bay who supervises 15 nurses travelling through eastern Arctic said Eskimos should be allowed to manage their own have happy settlements. The whole struc- ture crumbles when we en- courage them to move and take jobs at mines like a lead- zinc operation near Arctic Bay. Food is costly and the Eskimo diet has deteriorated. another thing. We're .educating the Eskimos but we're not finding them jobs. They return to their settlements un- able to fit in with the old ways. In the bigger hamlets their frustration is spent drinking in bars.'' Wayne Morrison. of Que.. is in his third year of teaching at Hall Beach where there is a village of 275 natives apart from the Distant Early Warning line radar base. He suggested that a vast generation gap has set in the North. young people are tak- ing up the white man's culture. They want refrigerators and other lux- uries they hear about. They don't understand the ways of their parents or the values of isolated An Andrew said he has no desire to go back to the old ways the dif- ficult hunting and the scrap wood shacks. He prefers rock 'n' roll records and electric stoves and paying for food he buys in a e Mr. Tagak is airport manager for Nordair Ltd. at 600 miles north of the Arctic Circle on Cornwallis Island. He wonders if the white man isn't making too much of a fuss over alleged cultural upheaval and drinking problems. Don superintendent of northern airports for the federal government before he retired in 1971 to establish a construc- tion consulting Arctic Resources is also pessimistic about the impact of industry on northern natives. high central Arctic where 10 proven natural gas wells have been found already is at the point of no return. With a fuel shortage hitting North America the only place for exploration is the Arctic. The North has got to whether politicans like it or FREE ON ROBIN HOOD PRODUCTS MOVIE COUPONS WORTH Each coupon on specially marked packages of Robin Hood products is good towards the purchase of one admission ticket to see any Walt Disney Movie at a Famous Players Theatre near you. Take the whole femily to see a Watt Disney Movie- exciting entertainment fbr oldlfcnill valued at 500 only on specially marked Robin Hood packages. THIS COUPON IS AVAILABLE ON THESE ROBIN HOOD Coupon valid on either child or one adult ticket only one coupon par ticket. Restoration under way RMS Segwun to sail again Matron of the Muskoka gets new life. Ont. She wasn't the pret- tiest or the biggest but as the last of a fleet of Royal Mail passenger steamships that once proudly cruised the Muskoka Lakes the Segwun is getting a new steel- plated lease on life. Last like a crippled matron waiting for she sat immobilized with broken propellers at dockside as a floating museum. Her 86-year-old hull was corroded and pitted paper-thin in leaving her dangerously vulnerable to a fatal poke by winter ice. She survived the winter and later last summer the 275-ton ship was hauled out of the water on a newly-constructed marine railway. Workmen began stripping away her decaying hull plates and replacing them the beginn- ing of a to complete restoration which will return her once again to cruise the Muskoka Lakes. emphasis is on historical said John director of the restoration project being carried out by the Gravenhurst Steamship and Historical Society. will be altered. She will look exactly she TV highlights WEDNESDAY NHL 6 Ch. 13. The Boston Bruins meet the Canadiens in Montreal. Royal Ch. 7. An interview with Princess Anne before her wedding which took place earlier today. MOVIE Man For All Ch. 13. A historical drama about a clash of wills in 16th century England. MOVIE 8130 Ch. 11. Ferocious trained to with James Brolin as their quarry. Royal 9 Ch. 7. Highlights of the wedding of Princess Anne and Capt. Mark Phillips in West- minster Abbey. See also Ch. 13. Theatre 10 Ch. 7. The 40th anniversary of the Dominion Drama Festival is com- memorated. MOVIE 12 Ch. 7. On the road with a renegade motorcycle club. 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