Beverly Sherman, a Navajo from Shonto, Ariz., danced her way to the title of Southern Utah State's 1988=89 Inter-Tribal Princess at a recent contest sponsored by the SUSC Multi-Cultural Center.
Sherman and her attendants will represent the college's 60-member Inter- Tribal Club at a number of activities this school year.The new Inter-Tribal Princess performed a Navajo dance for her traditional talent number and a gymnastics dance routine for her modern talent exercise.
Sherman is the daughter of Stanley (Bitterwater clan) and Lynn (Zuni Edgewater clan) Sherman, Shonto, Ariz. The freshman general-education major is a graduate of Richfield High School.
April Grayeyes is the first attendant. The Page High School graduate and SUSC freshman is the daughter of Willie (Reed clan) and the late Sue Ann (Salt clan) Grayeyes, Page.
Second attendant Valerie Guy is a freshman and a graduate of Tuba City High School. Her parents are Claude (Mexican clan) and Alice (Many Goats clan) Guy, Tuba City, Ariz.
Victoria Garcia, Miss Congeniality, is a graduate of Sherman Indian High School, Riverside, Calif. The Cedar City freshman is the daughter of Rita Walker, a member of the Cedar Band of Paiutes, and Denny Garcia (Edgewater clan), Caliente, Nev.
tHE Food and Drug Administration is telling aspirin makers to warn women not to take the popular pain killer during the last three months of pregnancy lest they risk prolonged labor and unnecessary bleeding.
Aspirin products already must carry the standard warning: "As with any drug, if you are pregnant or nursing a baby seek the advice of a health professional before using this product."
This additional wording would be required under the FDA proposal issued Thursday: "IMPORTANT: Do not take this product during the last three months of pregnancy unless directed by a doctor. Aspirin taken near the time of delivery may cause bleeding problems in both mother and child."
A similar warning already is required for ibuprofen, the pain reliever used in such products as Advil and Nuprin.