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Education Minister visits Cranbrook Sally MacDonald Townsman Staff

Wearing a Good Ol’ Goats t-shirt everywhere he went, B.C.’s Education Minister Don McRae visited Cranbrook on Thursday, April 11. The MLA for Comox Valley first met with School District 5 Trustees on Wednesday evening, April 10, to talk about the replacement of Cranbrook’s Mount Baker Secondary School. Built in 1949, Mount Baker is slated to be replaced by a Neighbourhood Learn-

ing Centre focused on theatre and the arts – as soon as capital funding is approved by the provincial government. “Mount Baker was identified four years ago as being over capacity with deteriorating conditions, and SD5 therefore made it our number one replacement priority for the whole district,” said Chris Johns, chair of the SD5 Mount Baker Replacement Committee.

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Missing the links? Here’s your update on golf conditions in the area. Time to break out the clubs Arne Petryshen Townsman Staff

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How to escape the death throes of the Edwardian era? Flight is the only answer. Charlotte Wilton (Tracey McGuire) gets set to confront her husband (Sean Swinwood) in Enchanted April, a charming and thought-provoking play opening at the Studio Stage Door in Cranbrook Friday. See more, Page 5

With the temperature on the way up and the snow on the way out, local golf courses are setting up for the season, with some already open. Cranbrook and the neighbouring area have an abundance of courses to choose from, and something for even the most seasoned golfer. All of the area’s courses are surrounded by stunning scenery and plenty of amenities. Of the courses, all but one are set to open by the end of next week and many already have golfers swinging

away on them. Within Cranbrook, there are the Cranbrook Golf Club, Mission Hills and Wildstone Golf Course to choose from. The Cranbrook Golf Club is now open for the season with both the course and driving range open. The club is reporting great early season conditions and is open two weeks earlier than usual. Mission Hills Golf Course also already has its 18 holes open. Wildstone Golf Course is planning to open its course April 19.

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Volunteer for visitors Open house to be held Thursday for people interested in manning Elizabeth Lake Visitor Centre Sally MacDonald Townsman Staff

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The Little Jazz Orchestra played at Centre 64, Wednesday, April 10, to a small but appreciative crowd. The band lead by Dave Ward hails from Cranbrook. This was the third in the Jazz Series put on by the Kimberley Arts Council. Stay tuned for more shows in the fall. Left to right: Graham Knipfel, Ward, Janice Nicli, Jim Cameron.

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Are you looking for a way to give back to your community and have fun at the same time? The Cranbrook and District Chamber of Commerce could have just the opportunity. The Chamber is seeking volunteers to man the visitor centre at Elizabeth Lake this summer, from June to September. “It’s a lot of fun. Our current volunteers love it. You get to meet lots of new people,” said Nicole Butler at the Chamber. You don’t need to know all there is to know about Cranbrook in order to help visitors, she went on. “You learn lots doing it. All our volunteers do a training course. We teach them that the most important thing is not if you know the answer, but if you know where to find it,” said Butler. And if you want to go away for a summer vacation, that can be accommodated. “We are really flexible with hours so if people need time off for holidays, that’s totally

not a problem,” said Butler. The Visitor Centre is open seven days a week from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Volunteers are asked to take a four-hour shift, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. or from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. You would be working with other volunteers on each shift, welcoming visitors to Cranbrook and helping them with everything they need to enjoy their time here. “When tourists come in, they are the first faces a lot of people see,” said Butler. In training, new volunteers will get to know local maps, publications, and frequently asked questions. Volunteers will also be familiarized with local accommodations, restaurants and tourist attractions. To learn more about volunteering at the Visitor Centre, contact Nicole Butler at 250-4265914. There will be an open house for people interesting in becoming volunteers on Thursday, April 18 from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. at the Chamber of Commerce office.

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Ed minister visits overcrowded school Continued from page 1 “Frankly, we’ve done more work and more public consultation on this NLC initiative than any other district in the province, including those districts who’ve been approved. We have key partnerships with the City of Cranbrook, Key City Theatre and our MLA Bill Bennett. We just need a commitment from government to go ahead.” On Thursday morning, Minister McRae then got to see the overcrowded school during lessons for the 980 kids. Grade 12 students Danika Nicolagsen and Catherine Cameron gave Minister McRae a tour of the school, starting in the choir room. Local band The Good Ol’ Goats were having a band practise, and music teacher Evan Bueckert gave Minister McRae a Goats t-shirt, which he immediately put on while listening to the Goats perform. During the rest of the tour, Minister McRae visited Aboriginal Education, Spanish, art, physical education and electronics classrooms, among others. At the conclusion of the tour, Kootenay East MLA Bill Bennett reminded McRae that, while the school might be full of programs for students, the facility is letting the students down. “Such great things are happening in this school, but it’s the building,” Bennett said. SD5 Superintendent Bendina Miller ap-

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Education Minister Don McRae (standing at rear, in the Goats t-shirt) and Kootenay East MLA Bill Bennett visit Mr. Assane Diouf’s tiny French Immersion classroom at Mount Baker Secondary School on Thursday, April 11. plauded the school’s teaching staff. “Despite the age of the building, there is world-class education happening here,” she said. Principal Jason Tichauer said the tour was an accurate representation of the school. “You saw Baker as Baker,” he said. “We do great things here every day, so we don’t need to put on a show.” Minister McRae said he recognizes the need to replace Mount Baker. “We can’t forget about areas outside the lower mainland,” he said. “This is a high pri-

ority for us and Bill doesn’t let us forget about that in Victoria.” Next on McRae’s agenda was a visit to the Bank of Montreal on Cranbrook’s Baker Street to remind parents about a $1,200 grant the province offers for every child born since 2007. Through the B.C. Training and Education Savings Grant, parents can register their child for a Registered Education Savings Plan at any financial institution, and when the child turns six the government will contribute $1,200.

“We want all British Columbia families with children under the age of seven to know how easy it is to access the $1,200 B.C. Training and Education Savings Grant. If parents already have an RESP for their child set up, they’ve already taken the most important step to get

the grant. If they haven’t set up an RESP to get the grant, then the time to do so is now.” For more information, visit www.budget2013.ca/bc-training-and-education-savings-grant. Finally, MLA Bennett took Minister McRae to the Cran-

brook Rotary Club, where he talked about the government’s goal to reach a 10-year agreement with public school teachers. “I’m looking forward to making sure the education system is celebrated, it is refined, it is improved – we have to do that – but in the end,

the students get a quality education so they can benefit themselves, their families, stay in communities like Cranbrook and, if they choose to go out and see the world, they’ll have more base to work on than they have ever had in the past,” said Minister McRae.

Time to dust off the clubs Continued from page 1

A little further out of town, St. Eugene Golf Resort has set April 20 as its opening day. the resort said that overall the whole valley is in good shape this year, and their course is no exception. Way-Lyn Ranch Golf Course located between Cranbrook and Kimberley is open for the season. Kimberley itself has an array of courses. It is

home to Trickle Creek, Bootleg Gap and the Kimberley Golf Course. All three Kimberley clubs expressed that the recent cool weather has slowed some of the progress in prepping the courses for opening, but, barrig any drastic changes, should open on their respected dates. Trickle Creek is planning to open May 10. Bootleg Gap plans on

having nine holes open Friday, and the full 18 holes open April 19, as long as weather permits. The Kimberley Golf Course is planning to have the front nine open Monday, April 15 and staff hope to have the rest of the course open by April 19 or 20. In Jaffray, Will-OBend Golf Course is already open, and course representatives said it’s been a good winter for a golf course.

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Mayor Wayne Stetski (centre) presents Laurie Harris of Volunteer Kootenays (left) and Bill Hughes of Investor’s Group (right) with a proclamation at City Hall on Wednesday April 10.   The proclamation recognizes the week of April 21 to 27, 2013 as National Volunteer Week in Cranbrook.


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NDP lays out planned tax increases raise the corporate income tax rate to 11 per cent. The NDP would increase it to 12 per cent on Oct. 1, which Ralston said would raise an extra $200 million a year. The small business income rate would be left at 2.5 per cent, applied to firms with annual revenue up to $500,000.

Another $150 million is expected to come from a capital tax on financial institutions. Ralston revealed a rate of three per cent for banks and one per cent for larger credit unions. Credit unions with holdings of less than $20 million would be exempted, and Ralston

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Dentists play key role in early detection of oral cancers dental exam, but may be used by your dentist based on your health history and lifestyle factors, or if he or she needs to examine a particular area of your mouth more closely. In some dental offices, the hygienist may also use these tools, but the dentist needs to evaluate the findings to determine your diagnosis. If your dentist identifies a suspicious lesion in your mouth or a lump that is not going away, he or she may recommend that you have a biopsy. Your dentist may do the biopsy or may refer you to another dental or medical professional to have this done. The decision about any required treatment is most often based on the biopsy result. While the incidence of oral cancers in Canada may be low relative to breast and prostate cancers, the effects of oral cancers on patient quality of life can be devastating. There is no single cause of oral cancer. It results from a variety of factors and how individual patients react to those factors. Seventy-five percent of oral cancers can be attributed to exposure to tobacco or alcohol.2 In particular, patients who chew tobacco, betel quid/ areca nut/paan; drink alcohol and smoke cigarettes (especially together) or are exposed to second-hand smoke; smoke marijuana; have a diet low in fruits and vegetables; have had an HPV (human papilloma virus) infection (type 16); or have chronic gum disease3 can increase their risk of getting an oral cancer by four to ten times. Maintaining good daily oral hygiene, having your teeth cleaned professionally on a

Sources: 1) Canadian Cancer Statistics 2007; 2) Epidemiology and Prevention of Oral Cancer, Oral Oncology 1997; 3) BC Cancer Agency website

regular basis, and adopting healthy behaviours is good for your body, and your mouth. Have a dental examination by a dentist at least once per year and report any lingering sores or tenderness in your mouth or surrounding areas to your dentist or physician as soon as possible. Your dentist is your ‘doctor of the mouth’, and an integral part of your preventive health care team. If you have any questions about your personal risk for oral cancer, speak to your dentist or physician.

SignS and SymptomS of oral cancer Other health conditions can have the same signs and symptoms as oral cancer, so having any of the following symptoms does not necessarily mean a person has cancer. However, it is important to see a doctor about: • an ulcer or sore in the mouth that doesn’t heal • a lump in the lip, mouth, gums, tongue, or roof of mouth • thickening in the cheek • bleeding in the mouth • pain in the mouth that doesn’t go away

• loose teeth • dentures that no longer fit • slurred speech

come of $200,000 a year, and he considers the increase to be a permanent measure. The NDP carbon tax expansion is to be phased in on “venting” emissions from oil and gas production, raising an estimated $35 million starting next year and tripling over the following two years. Ralston said the NDP will not extend the carbon tax to chemical process emissions on ce-

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In celebration of Earth Day weekend, Wildsight is bringing the documentary Chasing Ice to the big screen in Kimberley and Cranbrook. Once a skeptic about climate change, acclaimed National Geographic photographer James Balog was shocked at his timelapse images of disappearing arctic ice. Chasing Ice is the story of Balog’s mission to change the tide of histo-

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ry by releasing undeniable evidence of climate change. His hauntingly beautiful videos compress years into seconds and capture ancient mountains of ice in motion as they disappear at a breathtaking rate. The film is showing on Friday, April 19, 7:30 p.m. at McKim Theatre in Kimberley and on Sunday, April 21, 7:30 p.m. at Key City Theatre in Cranbrook. Admission is by donation. In addition to screening Chasing Ice, Wildsight has daytime events on tap for Earth Day Weekend. There will be free composting workshops and open houses showing simple home energy-saving upgrades, in both Kimberley and Cranbrook. Wildsight’s free in-

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troduction to composting workshops are aimed at people wanting to start a backyard compost or to improve their existing compost. Compost expert Sonja Seher will demonstrate the simple hows and whys of home composting, and in one hour participants will be ready to compost food scraps and yard waste in their own backyard. Early registrants will have the opportunity to purchase an Earth Machine composters from the RDEK at a discounted price of $30. Workshops run on Saturday, April 20 at 11:30 a.m. in Kimberley at the Allotment Garden next to Centennial Hall and 2pm in Cranbrook at the Public Produce Garden.

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ment plants, aluminum smelters and other industries that emit carbon dioxide beyond their use of fossil fuel. All the new revenues would be spent on programs, including reinstating non-repayable grants for post-secondary students. NDP social development critic Carole James said details of the spending plans will be revealed next week.

Chasing Ice and more for Earth Day Weekend

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In 2009, the BC Cancer Agency documented more than 500 new cases of oral cancer. It is estimated that over 8 0 p e r c e nt of t he s e cases could be detected by a dentist.1 Healthy behaviours and early detection are key factors to reducing cancer incidence and improving outcomes. Dentists have an important role to play in the early detection of oral cancers as dentists tend to see patients on a regular basis when they are well, rather than when they are already sick. As a result, dentists can help detect suspicious lesions in the mouth before the patient has any symptoms. The BC Cancer Agency has developed Oral Cancer Screening Guidelines for adult dental patients in BC over the age of forty. All the elements for screening and monitoring outlined in the guidelines may not be included in every examination by your dentist, but will be considered along with your medical history, age and health behaviours. During your dental exam, your dentist will inspect all the soft tissues in your mouth including your gums, lips, cheeks, tongue, floor of your mouth and the roof of your mouth. Your dentist will also feel along your jaw, and other areas of your head and neck for any unusual tenderness, lumps or swelling. Your dentist may also use some optional screening tools that use a special light, dyes or scrapings to have a more detailed examination of certain areas of your mouth. These are not a required part of your

said only three credit unions in B.C. are big enough to pay the tax. The personal income tax rate on earnings above $150,000 a year would go from 14.7 per cent to 19 per cent under an NDP government. The B.C. Liberal budget promised to raise it to 16.8 per cent for two years only. Ralston said the NDP plan would add $1,100 to the tax bill of someone making taxable in-

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The B.C. NDP is proposing to collect an extra $550 million a year in new tax revenues from large businesses, high-income earners and financial institutions in their first year of an NDP government. By the third year, an-

other $100 million would be raised from extra carbon tax on the oil and gas industry, NDP finance critic Bruce Ralston announced at a news conference in Vancouver Thursday. The B.C. Liberals’ still-unpassed February budget proposed to

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Cranbrook Community Theatre

The flight to paradise

If the enchantment is missing in your life, where do go to find it? And how do you know when you have?

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t the beginning of “Enchanted April,” Cranbrook Community Theatre’s current production opening tonight, Charlotte Wilton brings us news of the death throes of the Edwardian era. The time period is several years after the bloodbath of the Great War, and the widespread killing of the ensuing influenza epidemic. But the play’s characters in grimy, bleak, dark, coal-sooted England, plagued with endless rain, have not yet accepted that their old world has been demolished. They are clinging fast to their comfortable morning jacket habits — their C. of E. religious conventions, their copies of the Times delivered promptly, their ossified literature, the precise determination of their day by the clock. Only Lotty is aware that they are all existing in a shadowland, and that flight is the only answer. She will take as many companions as she can on her quest for

paradise regained, but she understands that in a voyage of redemption like this, she cannot choose her own, they must be chosen for her by whatever providence remains. But is Lotty hawk or is she hummingbird? Is she saviour or temptor? Her first encounter leads to the existential argument that will flow throughout the play — is heaven to be found outside, or is it grown inside oneself, which is the view of Rose Arnott (Jennifer Inglis). Rose is heavily burdened with disappointment and with the decreasing comforts of church. Like Lotty, she is unhappy in her marriage — Frederick Arnott (Peter Schalk) is a successful novelist who doesn’t realize his work is already out of date and will soon be rendered obsolete by the angry voices of the Moderns. Mellersh Wilton, Lotty’s husband, seems untouched by the revolutions and despair of the previous years, and is dismayed by any variation to his petty bourgeois routine.

Lady Caroline Bramble (Michelle Lemay) is one who has tried to move on. She has embraced the trappings of the Jazz Age, the new era that has grown in like fireweed in place of the old. But even the Roaring Twenties can’t scar over the wound in her soul. The fourth travelling companion is the insufferable Anglo-Saxon literary maven, Mrs. Clayton Graves (Nicola Kaufman), whose choolmistress persona and rigid adherence to the glories of empire make her the most unlikely companion to the other three. Can there be redemption even for her, in the paradise towards which Lotty is leading them? In other words, is heaven a place where healing happens? In other words again, is a vacation really good for what ails ya?

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Charlotte Wilton (Tracey McGuire, left) and Rose Arnott (Jennifer Inglis, right) wonder if they’ve gone terribly wrong in their choice of travelling companions as they listen to Mrs. Graves’ (Nicola Kaufman) list of demands. After a dark, stygian train ride through bleakest night, these four dissimilar women arrive at that fabled land they are seeking. Which is, of course, Italy — specifically a rented castle with a view of a sapphire sea and bathed by endless sunlight. The castle is

owned by the elegant and affable Anthony Wilding (David Popoff) and staffed by the inimitable, daunting Signora Costanza (Andrea Grossman). The roar of Italy certainly banishes the grey haze of En-

gland, but can it banish the sadness from our Englishwomen’s hearts? “Enchanted April,” a play written by Matthew Barber from the novel by Elizabeth Von Arnim, opens Friday, April 12, at the Studio/Stage Door

in Cranbrook, and will run every Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday until April 27. It is directed by Terry Miller and produced by Sally Masters. Showtime is 8 p.m. Tickets are available at Lotus Books.

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couple of weeks ago, I wrote a column about Pope Francis and the new way in which he was going about being a Pope. He has won widespread acclaim thus far in the early days of his papacy with popular gestures like washing the feet of juveniles during Holy Week and refusing many papal perks. Someone asked me about that column. “Do you think that his humility will change the way the Roman Catholic Church and the Vatican works? Do you really think that’s going to be enough?” It led to an interesting discussion. The short answer is “Yes … and no!” I take my cue from Max DePree, a best– selling author about what it takes to exercise leadership in today’s world. In his book “Leadership Jazz: The Essential Elements of a Great Leader”, he reminds us that leadership is more an art than a science. It’s like playing jazz. “Today’s successful leaders are attuned to the needs and ideas of their followers and even step aside at times to be followers themselves.” DePree has been influential in my understanding of leadership. In one remarkably concise statement, he reminds us that a leader has two primary tasks: to articulate the vision of the organization, and to say thank you. It’s that first task of leadership that is driving my initial assessment of Pope Francis. He is articulating a new vision for the church he leads; more importantly, he’s living it out. A leader such as this can inspire followers by his actions. He is ask-

ing a different set of questions: “How can we be a church for the poor? How can we serve? How can we live humbly and set an example for others?” These are important questions to ask. In fact, I would say that the questions are more important than the answers. Pope Francis is seeking a new way forward, and his initial days as Pope are very promising. He wants to get back to the roots of his faith, and the church’s faith, that Jesus lived among the poor and embraced the outcasts, and Rev. Yme welcomed them all. So instead of washing the Woensdregt feet of 12 priests on Maundy Thursday to commemorate Jesus washing the feet of his disciples, this Pope goes to a juvenile detention home to wash the feet of teenagers. Many of those teens were “Roma” — what we used to call “gypsies” — people scorned throughout Europe. Even more shocking to traditionalists, Pope Francis washed the feet of two young women, one a Muslim. That has not happened in recent memory! What a profound, symbolic act. This Pope refuses to live in the luxurious papal apartments, choosing to live in a much more modest guest house instead. This Pope sometimes cooks his own meals. This Pope mingles with the ordinary folk in the square in front of St. Peter’s. We should not minimize the importance of such actions. They have power to inspire the world. He is articulating the vision. All of this is the “yes” part of my answer.

The “no” part is that by itself, this will not be enough. In addition to articulating a vision, a leader must also build a community which can put that vision into place. Now the hard work begins for Pope Francis as he begins to reform the Vatican. The Roman Catholic Church is dealing with scandals and issues which must be met head on: allegations of sexual abuse and pedophilia; a bureaucracy marked by infighting and careerism; the issue of women in ministry; Vatican finances; reforming significant departments of the Curia; and the list goes on. He chose the name Francis. Today we call him St. Francis. In his day, however, he was seen as just being an oddity, weird, a screwball. He divested himself of all his wealth — or, as he put it, he married a widow named Lady Poverty. He did not enter a cloister as an earlier generation might have done, but sent his disciples into the villages of Europe to preach, to live a life of holiness, and to embrace poverty. St. Francis felt himself called to reform a church which had become too worldly. It may be that the verdict of history is that Pope Francis could be nothing more than an oddity, holy but eccentric. I choose, however, to be hopeful that his actions may well inspire some real change, even if it be modest. Will it be enough? I don’t know. It’s going to be an uphill struggle for him. I will pray for his success. Yme Woensdregt is Pastor at Christ Church Anglican in Cranbrook.

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homas Simpkin ... Thomas Simpkin ... let’s see now, where have we put him? Come on out Thomas, we know you’re in there. Aha! Here you are, you nasty fellow, amidst all those piles of dusty old newspapers. And did we say “nasty”? Heavens, that’s an understatement by half. And did we say “under” the newspapers? We meant actually “in” the newspapers, in more ways than one. Heck, you helped print a bunch of them; set the type, took your paycheck and went home to your wife and children somewhere here in Cranbrook back in ... ah, yes, 1915, or perhaps late 1914? Just before that illustrious old Prospector newspaper — late of Fort Steele, less later of Cranbrook — closed up shop, which is very likely why you moved on to Calgary shortly thereafter. Just two children then, the third would come in a year or so. It is fitting that we find you in a stack of old newspapers, very fitting indeed. Speaking of newspapers, an article on Page three of the April 30, 1920, local Herald reads, in part: “Just prior to the suspension of the Cranbrook Prospector, a Thomas W. Simpkins [sic] was employed on that sheet. With the typographical men he was always looked upon as being an ‘odd one’ ...” Page three, mind you, almost not worth a mention. In fact, the editor would have likely preferred not to mention it at all — no sense in drawing attention to newspapermen gone bad. Then again it was news, news with a local spin and news is news even if it’s bad news or, perhaps, more so if it’s bad news. Now, let’s have a quick glance at your curriculum vitae, Mr. Thomas William Simpkin: Born Aug. 22 1879, Mile End London. Father died 1883, leaving a penniless wife and four children under the age of six, of which you were one. Raised in Dr. Stephenson’s Children’s Home & Orphanage and trained as a typesetter, as was your father before you. Immigrated to Canada in 1912, married Maude Shelley in Winnipeg and travelled to Cranbrook, B.C. where you gained employment with the local newspaper on 9th Avenue. The paper folded, you moved to Calgary and worked at various newspapers there. Joined the Canadian Army in 1916 and deserted soon afterwards. Reemerged in Duluth, Minnesota, September, 1916 — thereupon employed in

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St. George’s Episcopal Church, Stuyvesant Square, New York. several printing plants and then, Mr. Simpkin? Hmm, and then it appears things began going rather badly. Of course there were always problems with the world in general that you desired to correct; profiteering, the League of Nations, the multi-millionaire financiers, money in general, it would appear. Religion didn’t seem to help, nor did spiritualism, even your conversations with those from “the other side”, and then,

well, and then you were placed in the Minnesota State insane asylum. You escaped within the year by tying bed sheets together and climbing down three stories to freedom; freedom of the asylum but not of your demons. You managed to travel to Richmond, Virginia, to find work as a mechanic with a stationery company under the alias of Thomas Shelley. Your diagnosis of stomach cancer in 1919 and the three operations that followed certainly didn’t

help things, nor did the time you spent in the Eastern State Hospital for the Insane in Williamsburg, Virginia, where you claimed to be a newspaper editor and an actor, a comedian in fact, while your destitute family was deported to England. And then you finally ended up in New York City. Stuyvesant Square in Manhattan to be exact, St. George’s Episcopal Protestant Church to be precise. You chose that particular grand old edifice because that was where wealthy industrialist and financier J. Pierpont Morgan worshipped regularly as did many of his relatives and it was him that you were planning to kill on that frosty Sunday morning of April 18, 1920, as you sat in a pew towards the rear. J.P. Morgan had been dead for lo these seven years, mind you, but it mattered not, for in your mind, Thomas Simpkin, it was time to kill someone. And so, as the gentlemen of the congregation began to take up the collection you arose, aimed your revolver and started firing as you walked down the aisle. Your first bullet struck and mortally wounded the well known surgeon Dr. James Markoe as he carried the collection plate. Ironically, he was the former physician and good friend of the deceased J.P. Morgan. Your second shot grazed the cheek of usher J. Morgan Jones and your third barely missed Herbert Satterlee, J.P. Morgan’s brother-in-law. Fleeing from the church you were pursued by a group of male churchgoers and, in the resulting melee, managed to fire one more shot with your revolver trapped inside your coat pocket, setting the cloth on fire and slightly wounding Dr. George Brewer. And then it was done, for you at least, although the reverberations carried on for some time as they tend to do when good citizens of high-standing are assassinated in a church for no apparent reason. You were sent to Mattawan State Hospital for the Criminally Insane where you died a few years later. As to your legacy, Thomas William Simpkin, it remains in the fact that within one month a N.Y. Grand Jury advocated changes in lunacy laws to allow that a person judged insane in any sister state also be presumed insane in New York State and further that verdicts involving lunatics be changed to read “Guilty, but Insane.” Then, too, there is your local legacy: You lived here, worked here, walked the streets, set the lettering of those old newspapers stored in local vaults. It is safe to say, Thomas Simpkin, that, if nothing else, you managed to make some headlines.

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UPCOMING Home Grown Music Society presents the 30th Anniversary Celebration Coffee House on April 13 at Centre 64 at 7:30 pm. Tickets at the Snowdrift Cafe in Kimberley. “Walking the Camino de Santiago” Lorna and Suzanne invite you on a photographic journey of our 800 km pilgrimage from St Jean-Pied-de-Port in France across Spain to Santiago de Compostela. Sunday, April 14 at 7:30 pm. Kimberley United Church, 10 Boundary St. (corner of Boundary & Wallinger) Admission by donation. Proceeds to Kimberley United Church. Cranbrook Community Theatre wishes to transport you into spring with their upcoming production, Enchanted April. Directed by Terry Miller, Enchanted April runs for ten nights, April 12 & 13, 17-20 and 24-27, 2013 at the Studio/Stage Door, 11-11th Ave S, Cranbrook. Tickets available at Lotus Books. The Cranbrook & District Restorative Justice Society is sponsoring a Workshop April 12, 13 & 14 on Mediation Skills Level I. 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The game itself might not have been pretty, but in the end, the Mount Baker Wild basketball team managed to eek out a close win against the Cranbrook Firefighters in a charity game on Thursday night. The Firefighters put up a good fight, but the Wild were unrelenting and held the lead for most of the game, which ended by a score of 5351. The event was a fundraiser for the B.C. Professional Fire Fighter’s Burn Fund, which provides live saving and supportive services to burn survivors and advocates for burn safety issues in the province. “It’s just a great chance to get back into the community, get a chance to know some of

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Canada’s Sports Hall of Fame inducts new class Gregory Strong Canadian Press

TORONTO - Only a handful of curlers have accomplished as much as Russ Howard did over his long career. Even fewer can say they helped revolutionize the game. Howard, who will be inducted into Canada’s Sports Hall of Fame this October, said one of his favourite memories was creating the so-

called Moncton Rule the forerunner to the Free Guard Zone which helped create more offence in curling. “It has really changed the sport,” Howard said Thursday from his hometown of Moncton. “Now that I’m a TV guy, you can see the (ratings) and the numbers are growing big-time because the sport is so much

Martial arts studio fundraising for national trip Tre vor Cr awley Sports Editor

Students with a local martial arts school are using a showcase to help raise some money that will go towards transportation costs to Ottawa for a national competition. The Rocky Mountain Academy of Martial Arts (RMAMA) has five students that qualified for nationals in their respective classes at a provincial tournament in Fernie a few weeks ago, but the trip to Ottawa is quite a hit to the pocketbook. With that in mind, RMAMA is putting on a fundraising evening to showcase the talents of their students, as the studio wants to raise $5,000 from now until nationals, which kicks off on May 8th. “We’re just putting something together to entertain people, give people a taste of what we do here,” said RMAMA owner Joel Huncar. “We’re going to have

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more exciting, partly because of that rule.” The rule, implemented in the early 1990s, forced teams to deal with the rocks in play rather than rely on the option of consistently clearing them out. It also created more scoring, comeback opportunities and excitement. Howard won national and world titles in 1987 and 1993 and added an Olympic gold medal with skip Brad Gushue of Newfoundland and Labrador in

2006. Howard was named in the Hall’s athlete category Thursday along with former NHL star Joe Sakic, cyclist Alison Sydor, Paralympian Andre Viger and the 1992 Olympic champion women’s coxless four rowing team of Kirsten Barnes, Brenda Taylor, Jessica Monroe-Gonin, Kay Worthington and Jennifer Walinga. “I knew I had done pretty well in my career as a curler but you don’t parallel it with

other athletes in other sports, especially the big-time sports like hockey and football, baseball, stuff like that,” Howard said. “So it’s pretty cool.” Former Canadian Amateur Hockey Association president Murray Costello and sport development architect Dr. Jean-Guy Ouellet will be inducted as builders. The official induction ceremony will be held Oct. 16. Howard is the 14th curler to be named to Canada’s Sports Hall of

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Sydor won Olympic silver at the 1996 Atlanta Games and won world titles in 1994, ‘95 and ‘96. She was a three-time medallist at the Pan American Games and earned 17 career World Cup mountain bike victories. Viger, who died in 2006, was one of best wheelchair racers of all-time. He won 10 medals over five appearances at the Paralympic Games and held world records at several distances.

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I Need a Home

Ty is a 3 year old neutered male, lab/ rotti cross. Ty came into our shelter because his previous guardian did not have the time to exercise Ty. Ty is an extremely active dog. He LOVES to play fetch. You could teach Ty almost anything if you have a toy in your hand. Ty knows how to sit, lay down, shake both paws, and if you say “what do you say” he speaks. Ty is very high energy and would benefit highly from obedience classes. Ty is good on leash if he knows he can’t get away with pulling. He would do fine in a home with older children. Ty has a big personality, he should go to a home that is very active. He loves to go running and is good with almost all other dogs.

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HAPPY is a 1 year old short haired black and white cat, spayed female. Happy is a timid, but sweet girl. She can be a little shy at first and would do best in a quiet home at the start. She is young and once she was settled she would be an amazing companion. She is very affectionate and likes to be held and cuddled. Happy has a nice, gentle demeanor. Happy needs a loving and nurturing environment. 22-10th Ave. S., Cranbrook, BC 250-489-1729 www.thepawshop.ca thepawshop@hotmail.com

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DEZZIE is a stray that showed up at a staff members house. She is very timid but affectionate. She is young, about a year and a half. She gets along with cats and would do fine with dogs that wont overwhelm her. Dezzie should go to a quieter home, she does get stressed out fairly easy at first. She is a beautiful color, one I have never seen before, a short haired Brown torti.

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KITTY came in to our shelter as a stray, we think he is about 9 months old. Kitty has lots of energy and loves to play. He is very social with people. Kitty is very gentle and sweet, he would do great in a home with children who want a companion to love and cuddle. He is quite energetic and would probably make a great mouser. EVERYONE DESERVES A HOME I am happy to support the SPCA through your patronage. Please call me for all your Real Estate needs. 1111 Cranbrook St. N., Cranbrook, BC V1C 3S4

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I need a home. SARA is a 1 1/2 year old short hair black and white spayed female. She came in to use from her guardian because the new baby had allergies. Sara is very loving and affectionate. She is social and playful and likes other cats. She would be great in a home with children and/ or other animals. She would be a great mouser. 125A Slater Rd., Cranbrook, BC 250 417-0477 • 877 411 0477 www.bridgeinteriors.com

S.P.C.A. Newsletter April 12, 2013

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CHONG is a 1 1/2 year old neutered male black and white short haired cat. He is an energetic, happy, playful guy. He loves to be cuddled and pet. Chong gets along great with other cats and has also lived peacefully with dogs and children. He is quite playful and would probably be a great mouser.

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CAPTAIN HOOK came to our shelter as a surrender. He is very friendly, but can be a little shy at first. He would do great in a home with other cats, he gets along with them very well. He came in with his mom (Delma) and his sister, Happy. Captain Hook would do best in a quieter home, as he does have a higher stress level. He is still young so plenty of time to learn to be loved and settle into his new family.

What is the perfect number of animals to have up for adoption in any one shelter? We are finding out from research done by other shelter and welfare organizations that having too many cats and/or dogs in any one shelter compromises the welfare and adoptability of these animals. Cats stay much longer because if you have many, many cats and only a few are adopted the remaining cats tend to stay longer. Life in a cage is not the optimum way to spend time, even though here in our shelter, we try to give our cats lots of attention and enrichment. The new thought is if you have less cats, they are happier, less likely to succumb to sickness caused by stress, and are more adoptable. Hence, if they leave the shelter more quickly they make room for more to come in and find homes.

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BABALOO is a 12 year old spayed female short hair black cat. She is very sweet and calm. Babaloo came in with her sister “Holley Pepper” and they are quite bonded. We would love to see them go to a home together. Babaloo has always been an indoor cat. They are both quite happy to laze around in the sun and would do well in a retirement home with someone who can spend lots of time loving them.

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HOLLEY PEPPER is a 12 year old spayed female short hair black cat. She is very sweet and calm. Holley Pepper came in with her sister “Babaloo” and they are quite bonded. We would love to see them go to a home together. Holley Pepper has always been an indoor cat. They are both quite happy to laze around in the sun and would do well in a retirement home with someone who can spend lots of time loving them.

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We are asking the public to make an appointment to surrender cats if possible. We realize that this is not always possible and if any stray cats are in distress, injured, or needing care we will take them without an appointment. Owners need to be responsible for their own pets.

I need a home. JASPER came into our shelter as a stray. We think he is around 3 years old. Neutered Male Long hair Black cat. Jasper has a very nice personality. He is very laid back with a low stress level. He settles into new surroundings very well. Jasper likes other cats and would be fine in a home with dogs and children as well. Jasper would do well in almost any sort of home as long as he had some love and affection.

Bottom line is that if everyone spayed and/ or neutered their pets this problem would not exist. Spread the word!!!

Dental disease is one of the leading medical issues affecting our cats and dogs. It often goes unnoticed until there is so much damage to the teeth and gums that pets are in pain and losing their teeth. Ask about a dental exam on your next vet visit.

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Adopters want to find healthy, happy, friendly, well-adjusted cats to take home and with fewer numbers in the shelter at any one time, the chances are much better. It is with this in mind that our shelter is taking in less cats. We are trying to utilize our foster homes to greater advantage, and are always in need of new tfoster homes. Kittens especially do well in the foster home environment.

Your pet needs dental care too.

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program has been overwhelmingly positive, both from the teachers’ perspectives and the students’,” said Leanne Jones, Outreach Coordinator, Kootenay Trout Hatchery. “By offering students interactive, hands-on opportunities to experience alternate methods of learning, we have enabled a wider audience to grasp various concepts. This program is an excellent example of combining learning with fun.” EIP provides support to community-initiated and -supported projects. It includes small grants geared at projects under $10,000 and large grants that, in the fall 2012 intake, funded projects up to $50,000. See the projects approved for funding.

Brain activity can predict what music we like: Study Canadian Press

TORONTO — Signals from a specific region of the brain can help scientists predict what music people are tempted to buy and how much money they’re willing to spend on it, a new study suggested. Research identified the particular area that becomes active when people hear a song for the very first time. Measuring activity in that area — known as the Nucleus Accumbens — allows scientists to accurately assess the degree to which people are enjoying the sounds they’re hearing. “This is the part of the brain that’s responsible for forming expectations over time,’’ lead researcher Valorie Salimpoor said in a telephone interview. ``This plays a big role in music because, as music is unfolding, we’re forming a lot of expectations.’’ Salimpoor and her colleagues at the McGill University’s Montreal Neurological Institute and Hospital conducted their research by creating a mock music store resembling iTunes. Study participants browsed through 60 songs they had never heard before and were encouraged to use their

own money to acquire the ones they wanted. Participants underwent MRI scans as they perused the music selection and specified how much they were willing to spend on each song. Salimpoor said the amount of neural activity originating in the nucleus accumbens was an accurate predictor of how much the subjects were enjoying each individual song and what price they were willing to pay to obtain it. The pleasure people took from the new material was different from the anticipation of hearing a familiar song, she said, adding reactions to much-loved sounds originate in a different part of the brain. Researchers noted an interplay between the nucleus accumbens and the superior temporal cortex, the part of the brain that’s been shaped by all the sounds people have been exposed to throughout their lives. People develop different notions of how music ought to sound based on the music they’ve listened to over time, she said, adding everyone’s superior temporal cortex evolves differently based on their exposure to different styles.


Kimberley Daily Bulletin, April 12, 2013