Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 26, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta
July 1974 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD- 17 Indian women prefer frontier EDMONTON Edmonton was little more than a wild and woolly fron- tier town when Marie Yellow- was marned Her husband was the elderly chief of the reserve that bore his Papachase Sne was 12 and says the cause of the marriage was an old Indian love potion used by the chief Papachase was chief of a 40- square-mile reserve which now encompasses the portion of Edmonton south of the North Saskatchewan River As far as Mane is concerned the land is still Indian country Memories of those days in- clude hunting on the plains and Indian herbs and medicines Through the decades Marie acted as midwife at the birth of many prominent chiefs and councillors She said she used to get a twitch in her palm just before her services were required Speaking only Marie complained young natives are not sufficiently concerned with preserving native language and culture From her hospital bed in Edmonton she said the ap- pointment of Cree Indian Ralph Steinhauer as Lieutenant Governor of Alberta was a move ben- eficial to all white society Her 104-year-old Isabel agreed Isabel is the mother of Chief Robert who led a group of followers into the Al- berta foothills a few years ago an effort to duplicate the old Indian life-style She said the old off the is the good way of living especially for natives PRICES EFFECTIVE FRI. and SAT. July 26th and 27th Roommates Mane and Isabel are roommates in a hospital HAPPY IDEAS FOR HIKE THEIR FRIENDLY ATTITUDE WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES CENTRE VILLAGE IGA I MARTENS' IGA 13th St. N. LETHBRIDGE I COALDALE I Tnn Unde wood will be sent the original an her quote Send your child s Quotation to this paper Couple marries on mountain DAR ES SALAAM A Canadian man and a Rus- sian woman were married at the foot of Mount Kilimanjaro on the weekend and then flew to the Soviet Union where they intend to authorities said this week The Karl Swimmer of N S and Svetlana met in Tanzania where both were working with university groups An official of the Canadian University Service the group for which Swimmer said the Soviet Union would have allowed Svetlana to go to but that if she did she would lose her citizen- ship and not be allowed to re- turn to the Soviet Union THE BETTER HALF By Barnes going to need some shopping money better take an aspirin to kill the pain Ann Landers Club corner The Minus One Club will hold a dance from 9pm to 1 a m Saturday in the Polish Hall Music will be provided by the DDJ s Members and guests welcome Dear Ann I am a funeral director who dis- agrees with in Nebraska First of em- which she calls barbaric is for sanitation purposes as well as for tem- porary preservation the viewing of the especially for members of the serves a vital psy- chological need and helps them accept the finality of the funeral COLOUR OR BLACK WHITE KEEPS YOUR CAMERA LOADED JUST LEAVE YOUR FILMS FOR DEVELOPING AND PRINTING. 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COLOUR FILM Quality You pay only for the film developing and for the amount of prints you receive No Hidden Charges No Coupons COLOUR or BLACK WHITE SIZES 11O 120 620 127 126 135mm DEPARTMENT STORES A DIVISION OF fWWOniWtlftTH CO Mall 2025 Mayor Magrath Drlva Open Dally 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. service is for the not the dead I believe the sermon and all decisions connected with the funeral should be made by those who are making the and not by the one who has passed on The individual's wishes and preferences of be discussed with the family before death but if the family the wishes of those left behind should take since they are the ones who are affected A Professional Opinion Dear P O I hate to dispute but in MY opinion each of us should have the right to decide what we want done with our remains It's the last thing a family can do for a loved one Dear Ann Can Our Gal Sunday behave herself in that little mining town in Colorado without England's most handsome Lord beside her every minute9 Will Helen Trent regain her good name after being seen in a cocktail lounge What about Ma Perkins9 Can she convince Dee Pemberton that she stopped in at Joe's Bar with her bowling team just to have a beer and that she wasn't looking to get picked up9 And what will Ann Landers say when she finds out that respectable women do go to.cocktail lounges alone or with their women buy their own mind their own and go home alone9 join the 70s Heavens To Betsy Dear Loved your letter' Too bad nobody under 35 will know what you're talk- ing about Of course there are excep- and you may be but most women who go to bars and cocktail lounges un- escorted are looking for male company This isn't to say they are looking for but they ARE in search of a man lo talk to Men know this When they see an unescorted female in a they figure she's fair game And she usually is Are your parents too Hard to Ann Landers' By How to Get More couiu help you bridge the generation gap. 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