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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 30, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta April M, 1174 THE LETHBRIOGE HERALD 9 Indian language preserved through B.C. lecture project KAMLOOPS, B.C. (CP) An Indian mother and son are bringing their native language back to life for their people and white students of Indian culture and legend. Selina Timoyakin, in her 60s, and Larry Pierre, 48, work as a team, their bond the Okanagan language. As they lecture, they attempt to bring alive their legends. They recently visited an an- thropology class at Cariboo Community College, bringing the body of Coyote to stalk the corridors. During the lecture, the two delivered the legend of Coy- ote, a crafty creature of the Creator, talked on the reli- gious significance of the win- ter dances and went over the spiritual and physical rebirth inherent in the traditional In- dian sweatbath. Mrs. Timoyakin and Mr. Pierre made the form of their lecture central to the content.' Mrs. Timoyakin delivers her talk in Okanagan; Mr. Pierre translates. Both lecture for the British Columbia Indian Language Project, a non-profit society working to preserve and re- vitalize British Columbia's disappearing Indian lan- guages. When not travelling, Mr. Pierre conducts oral and writ- ten language classes on his native Penticton reserve south of here. He uses a written Okanagan based on the English alpha- bet, but at the same time adapted to express all the complex Indian sounds. Mr. Pierre said in an inter- view that even five or six years ago many Indians were ridiculing attempts to give the Okanagan language a new birth. 'We're getting along well they said. 'So why bring back the Indian stuff." How many people are inter- ested and want to become in- volved? Mr. Pierre said this sudden interest is not neces- sarily progress. "All of a sudden language became important when money starts getting involved, when these big-shot citizens start digging into their pock- ets and coming up with dollar bills. "All of a sudden these mod- ern Indians figure 'We're go- ing to get on and now everybody wants to get in on the language." Randy Bouchard, a project linguist, said the money issue is sensitive because it leads to accusations that certain In- dians are selling their lan- guage. In the college, Mrs. Tim- oyakin, who couldn't speak. English until she was in her 20s, speaks only in Okanagan. .Mr. Pierre embellishes Coy- ote's story as it gets better. Coyote, is a good, but crafty creation, who did away with "people-devouring introduced the language to the people and put fish in the water in return for a maiden. When the end of time comes, Coyote will come back to the world to pass judg- ment. "All I have learned about Coyote is according to the old i people. And I believe the old people." Sears Oscar de la Rente's carefree shortcut to an elegant new you Konekolon from Oscar de la Renta's Spring 74 collection. So real only you will know it's not... thanks to impeccable styling and the incredibly life-like appearance of the modacrylic fibre that's so light and so easy to handle. Reflecting today's no-fuss fashion attitudes, with just enough hair to frame the features, and an "always ready" look. Capless, tapered in back and practically weightless. Blond and brown natural shades. Simpsons-Sears Ltd. at Simpsons-Stars you get the finest guarantee uttkfactlon or inoovy and frM delivery Store Hours: Open Daily a.m. to p.m. Thursday and Friday a.m. to p m Centre Village Mall. Telephone 328-9231 Romance ended Prince Charles and Lady Wellesley are shown as they attended the Royal Tournament at Earl's Court last year. The London Daily Mirror reported Saturday that the 18-month-long romance has apparently ended. Ann Landers Dear Ann Landers: Two years ago, I was on the verge of a nervous breakdown because I couldn't get a night's sleep. My husband's snoring was getting louder and louder. I couldn't understand how he could sleep through that horrendous racket. One day a friend suggested something she had leaded in yoga class It solved the problem for her. It is called alternate-nostril breathing, and it works! Now when I say, "Honey, please do the breathing he closes one nostril with his thumb and breathes four times. Then he closes the other nostril and breathes four times. After five rounds, he is sound asleep and so am I. Forty Winks Dear Winks: Here's your letter and I'd be interested in hearing from readers who have tried it Dear Ann Landers: Four years ago, I married a fine Babysitting available at U of L Facilities at the University of Lethbridge child care centre are available to out-of- town mothers seeking occasional babysitting services while in the city on business or shopping. "All that's necessary is a phone call the day before to let us know you're coming and how many children are says the co- ordinator of the centre. Jean Kuijt says the centre, in addition to charging a nominal fee, asks (participating parents to work one hour at the centre as a volunteer for every four their child spends there. The centre will also be open May through August to serve parents attending the U of L summer course. man for companionship. U seemed like a sensible arrangement for two people in our mid-60s. His wife had passed on within weeks of my husband. I had a modest amount of money and my second husband and I have made some good investments. I never had children of my own, but I have two nieces and a nephew I love dearly My husband has one daughter who has resented me from the day I married her father. She has a well-to-do husband and two fine youngsters I can't understand why she hates me so Last week her father had a bad cold, nothing really serious. She took me aside and said, "If anything happens to father I want you to know that I am his sole heir I was so hurt by her remark I did not reply. I hesitate to say anything to my husband for fear he will think I am critical of her Furthermore, I would not want to start trouble in the family. Please advise me I am Very Upset Dear V. U.: Say nothing to your husband about his .daughter's crude remark 'But, if you haven't seen a lawyer about the rightful distribution of his estate (and by all means do so the first thing tomorrow morning FOR YOUR FURS EXPERT INSURED PUR STORAGE 327-3276 Unit 1930 Have your carpets and furniture cleaned Duraclean' No messy soaking, No harsh scrubbing! Everything is dry and ready for use the same day. See fibers revive...colors come alive! Don't settle foe messy, old-fashioned methods on the Duraclean Ab- sorption Process. Ouraeltin it (fit profllironaf cltininc method tint tin earnid IM comminailiM ol Putnls Manilmt ind Ihi ippiovtl ol Amtricin Reiemh ft Tatlini LabdrilMitt. WILSON DONALDSON 1404 11 AVWHM t. MMM J2I-MM or Catch all the elicicm avor of these pnamiiK. 1 can (about 7 ounces) tuna, drained Vz cup sliced pimiento-stuffed olives 2 tablespoons cut chives 1 package (6 ounces) sliced- Muenster cheese 1Yz cups bread crumbs (3 slices) Put variety in your menu planning try these economical seafood dishes made with Alpha Milk that adds the extra pluses of dairy fresh-flavor and guaranteed goodness always keep lots of Alpha on hand so good, so handy. TunaChosse Imperial Ckssode 1 package (6 ounces) wide noodles V} cup (1 stick) butter 5 tablespoons flour 1 teaspoon salt V. teaspoon pepper 1V. cup Alpha Evaporated Milk mixed with 1% cup water 1 package (8 ounces) cream cheese Cook noodles, following the label directions; drain and reserve. Melt 5 tablespoons of the butter in a medium-size saucepan; stir in flour, salt and pepper; cook, stirring constantly, until bubbly. Stir in milk, continue cooking and stirring until sauce thickens and boils 1 minute. Slice cream cheese into sauce; stir until melted, then add tuna, olives and chives; remove from heat. Pour about 3A cup of the sauce into a greased 10-cup baking dish, then layer other ingredients on top this way; Half of the noodles, half of remaining sauce, 2 slices Muenster cheese, remaining noodles, half of remaining sauce, remaining Muenster cheese and remaining sauce. Melt remaining 3 tablespoons butter in a small saucepan; add bread crumbs; toss lightly with a fork. Sprinkle over mixture in baking dish. Bake in moderate oven 30 minutes, or until bubbly. Makes 6 servings. (Salmon (Supper (Supreme 1 lb can salmon water cup ALPHA INSTANf POWDERED SKIM MILK 3 tbsps (lour 1 tbsp BUTTER 1 med onion sliced Dash hoi pepper sauce 1 cup COTTAGE CHEESE 2 cups cooked nee Drain liquid from can salmon into measuring cup Add enough water to make one cup. Break salmon into large pieces. Combine ALPHA INSTANT POWDERED SKIM MILK with the flour. Gradually add salmon liquid, stirring until smooth. In large skillet, melt the butter; add sliced onion and saute until soft. Add liquid and dash hot pepper sauce; cook over tow heat until thickened. Carefully stir in 1 cup COTTAGE CHEESE and salmon. Heat just until hot throughout. Serve over hot cooked rice, allowing cup rice per serving. Makes 6 ser- vings. "The Alpha Family of Quality Products" A-3 74 ;