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Proudly serving kimberley and area since 1932 | Vol. 81, Issue 108 | Summer programs

No Bear Aware this year in Kimberley Noted wildlife biologist to discuss his book, Bears: Without Fear C AROLYN GR ANT

Wildsight Kimberley/ Cranbrook says that unfortunately, it was one of those situations where Wildsight thought it was being handled by another agency, but no application was made for funding and by the time they found out it was too late. “We regret that,” said Jensen-Shill. “It’s a valuable program. It is definitely on Wildsight’s radar to make sure it happens in 2014.”

The long-running Bear Aware program in Kimberley will not be funded this year due to a miscommunication between agencies applying for funding. Erna Jensen-Shill, Program Manager for See BIOLOGIST , Page 4

Back to the business of politics Back to work for Macdonald; Clovechok likely to seek office again C AROLYN GR ANT

With the dust from the provincial election having settled, it’s back to business for provincial MLAs. Premier Christy Clark, who failed to retain her seat, has announced she will run in Westbank-Kelowna rather than Vancouver as MLA Ben Stewart stepped aside to make way for a by-election next month. Clark was scheduled to introduce her cabinet today, Friday, June 7, 2013, and speculation was that Kootenay East’s Bill Bennett would receive a prominent position. Locally, Norm Macdonald, MLA for Columbia River Revelstoke, who kept his seat for the NDP on a night where a Liberal wave surprised many pundits, was touring the riding to thank volunteers who worked on his campaign.

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The dark knight rejected

A Cranbrook student has been told he’s not allowed to wear a Batman costume to high school prom later this month

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Holy prom suit, Batman! A Grade 12 student at Cranbrook’s Mount Baker Secondary is seeing stars after finding out he’s not allowed to wear an expensive Batman costume to prom. Lance Scott has been planning for months to ditch the tux in favour of wearing a $500 latex Dark Knight costume to his prom on Friday, June 28. “I just kind of got the idea and I thought, well, why not? Everyone wants to be Batman,” Lance told The Townsman when he came into the office in costume to talk about the situation. “I searched online and found the suit. It’s a collector’s edition. Then it just became a reality.” The costume arrived a month ago, and Lance has taken it out for a couple of spins around the neighbourhood to test it out – getting a few strange looks in the process. “I went for a walk in it yesterday and it was really hot,” he said. Lance’s prom date is completely on side with his madcap plan, although she’s wearing a pretty ballgown, not a Robin costume. “She was helping me push towards it, to actually do it. It’s pretty cool,” said Lance. Trying to do the right thing, Lance talked to a teacher about his unique prom suit to make sure it would be okay to wear. “She said the best idea would be to go to the committee so I have permission first, just to be safe. I don’t want to just show up and be denied,” he said. But on Wednesday, June 5, Lance got bad news: a handwritten note from the parent grad committee, telling him he couldn’t wear the Batman suit to prom. “I was quite disappointed,” Lance said. “I can’t rent a tux now. It’s too late; they don’t have any more. Either it’s this or we have to go to Calgary to buy one.” Debbie Funke, chair of the parent grad committee, said the 10-person group does applaud Lance for the eccentric idea. “We discussed it at length and came to the conclusion that, while you want to give the kid credit for attempting to do something a little bit different, it just comes back to it’s a formal event,” she said. “All the documentation that we’ve sent out this year to the

Lance Scott aka the Caped Crusader wants to wear his $500 Batman suit to prom.

kids and everything that’s been done in the past indicates that formal or semi-formal attire is required.” Debbie said that Lance doesn’t necessarily have to wear a tux: any formal or semi-formal garb will be appropriate. “Batman doesn’t fit into either one of those criteria,” she said. “He can dress as Bruce Wayne and it would be wonderful.”

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Newcomers to Canada who have settled in Cranbrook and Kimberley will be able to learn about starting a veggie patch thanks to a series of workshops this year. Starting on Tuesday, June 11, three workshops will be held over the summer, with another three to run in the fall. The purpose of the workshops is to teach people to grow who may not know a lot about conditions in the East Kootenay. “It’s a great opportunity for those new to the area, or new to gardening, to learn more about growing food locally and for longtime local residents to share local garden wisdom and learn more about the people moving to the area. Exchanging culture in the garden, transplanting new techniques, sharing the tried and true, and feeding inspiration for all will be the goals of this time together in the garden,” explained Wildsight’s Shannon Duncan, who is coordinating the workshops. The classes will be held in Kimberley at the Cominco Community Garden, and at Cranbrook at the Public Produce Garden in MacKinnon Park. The focus will be on the perks and challenges of growing here, as well as on sharing



Shannon Duncan knowledge and skills acquired elsewhere. “The workshops will follow the local growing season, covering as much as possible the basics of growing in this climate and covering the main challenges (specific pests, cold weather, dry weather) as we go through the seasons,” said Duncan. “There will be something for everyone, even experienced gardeners, as there will be techniques explored that could be new to gardeners, and there is also a

great opportunity for exchange among gardeners at the workshops from both longtime locals, and immigrants who could bring entirely new ideas and techniques, or even new varieties of produce to try out growing here.” The first workshop, titled “Fresh Beginnings”, will be on creating a garden bed, container gardens and ‘no dig’ potatoes. It will be held on Tuesday, June 11 from 6 to 8 p.m. in Kimberley, and on Wednesday, June 12

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McKim Grade 7 students are currently selling raffle tickets to raise funds for their year end trip. First prize is an authentic LA Kings jersey which was graciously donated by Kings defenceman and BC Athlete of the Year, Willie Mitchell. Other prizes include a two night stay at a three bedroom condo courtesy of Northstar Mountain Village Resort, a four person rafting pass with Kootenay River Runners, and a framed replica of the Babe Ruth trade agreement. Tickets are $2 each or three for $5 and are available from all Grade 7 students. The draw date will be June 24. Above is Mr. Loftsgard’s class with Rory Walton sporting the LA Kings jersey.

From Page 1 He was in Kimberley on Wednesday to express his gratitude to supporters. Macdonald, while disappointed in the overall results, said he will continue to do his job in opposition. Macdonald took 48.26 per cent of the vote in CRR. His toughest opposition was BC Liberal Doug Clovechok, who took 36.19 per cent of the vote. Clovechok, while personally disappointed in not being able to unseat Macdonald, was elated by the BC Liberal victory and says he was humbled by the outpouring of support for the Party, and felt there were a lot of positives to take away personally as well “Throughout the campaign no matter where we went in Columbia River Revelstoke (CRR), we met people who were excited about the direction the province was going and had confidence in the government that was leading. “We found thousands of supporters who by casting their votes spoke clearly that they had no interest in the platform that the NDP were campaigning on. In fact 51.7 per cent of the 13,393 people who cast their CRR ballots did not cast them in favour of NDP Norm Macdonald; he won the majority of party votes but not the majority of the voters.” Clovechok said he was not going away; he will stay very involved in the BC Liberal Riding Association; and he will continue to watch Norm Macdonald and hold him accountable. And he says this won’t be the last time you will see the name Clovechok on the ballot. “Yes, you will see my name on a ballot again,” he said. “Federal or provincial? Not sure which one. I will be staying very involved in our riding’s BC Liberal Association.”

Ride to live, live to ride Arne Petryshen Townsman Staff

For 25 years, Randolph Westphal has been biking the world raising awareness and hope for the fight against cancer. More than two decades ago Westphal was diagnosed with malignant melanoma, given a five per cent chance to live. A year later he decided to start a journey by bike. “I’ve had 28 cancer operations,” he said. “The cancer was in my lymph nodes, so nobody can say how long you will live. The doctors go by statistics. The doctors said six to eight months to live. That was in 1987.” Soon after, he began challenging himself, biking the alps near his native Germany and Europe. He then took a flight to New York in 1990 and toured all over North America. Every three months he had to do a checkup on his cancer, and it was in

an doctors were preparing to take off his leg, but it was saved by a call to the German embassy and through it a call to friends in Germany who paid for Westphal to go to a German hospital.

He also suffered memory loss from that accident. So he has been treading the path that he took before. He said that at many places he visits, it’s as if a light switch comes on and he recalls his past


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Quebec that a doctor asked him to speak to some patients. They asked what his secret is to staying healthy and he said he wants to live. “From this time out, I’m running around the world showing people to never give up,” he said. “For me it’s important to

show people that there is life with cancer. In the meantime I accept my cancer as a part of my body and just when you accept things you can change it.” He estimates he’s now cycled 205,000 km, the equivalent of more than five times around the

world. He has another 40,000 or so to go. He spent about five years in the hospital, after he was hit by a vehicle in South America, and left for dead in the ditch, in a coma. He was found four hours later, with his leg hanging by a thread from the shin down. Argentini-

time there. He’s been through Cranbrook a number of times before. He’s travelled with three generations of dogs. The first died in the accident. See Page 4


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Wildlife biologist to discuss our relationship with bears From Page 1 Bear Aware provided education about living with bears, kept track of bears movement around Kimberley, and helped people deal with bear attractants such as fruit trees. Thre are two new websites for wildlife and reporting: While there is no Bear Aware, Wildsight is presenting a program that they hope will increase people’s understanding of bears. RMB (Rocky Mountain Books) has just released Bears: Without Fear by wildlife biologist Kevin Van Tighem. Kevin Van Tighem has studied wildlife in western Canada for almost 40 years. A naturalist and hunter, he has written more than 200 articles, stories and essays on conservation and wildlife topics which have garnered him many awards, including Western Magazine Awards, Outdoor Writers of Canada book and magazine awards and the Journey Award for Fiction. He has served on the executive committees of the Federation of Alberta Naturalists, Alberta Wilderness Association and

What you can do to be bear aware Garbage

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Store garbage in a secure building until collection day or consider purchasing a bear-resistant household container. Ensure bins are tightly closed. Regularly wash all recycling items and clean the bins that contain garbage or recycling. Do not leave garbage in the back of a truck, even if it has a canopy. If you cannot store garbage securely, freeze smelly items and add to the bin only on the morning of collection.

Berries should be picked as they ripen. Consider replacing your bushes with native, non-fruiting varieties if you do not want the fruit. Consider using electric fencing to protect your fruit trees. Livestock and Feed Keep feed secured. Keep chickens in at night. Use electric fencing to protect livestock. Keep young animals close to the home and protected with electric fencing. Don’t bury carcasses in areas where you wish to exclude bears.

Fruit Trees Pick fruit and allow it to ripen indoors or pick daily as it ripens. Do not allow windfall to accumulate on the ground. If you do not want the fruit, prune the tree vigorously to prevent blossoms or spray spring blossoms with a garden hose to knock them off. If you would like to make the fruit available to others, contact a local fruit exchange program or food bank. Consider using electric fencing to protect your fruit trees. If you no longer want to manage your tree, consider replacement with a native, nonfruit bearing variety.

Bird Feeders Use bird feeders only in the winter when bears are hibernating and natural bird food is limited. Use bird baths or native plants to attract birds without attracting bears. Compost The key to a healthy compost is ensuring equal amounts of brown and green materials. Layer your greens, such as kitchen scraps and fresh grass clippings with no more than 10 cm of browns, such as dried leaves, grasses, shredded news-

paper and cardboard. Do not add fish, meat, fat, oils, un-rinsed eggshells or any cooked food . Add oxygen by turning regularly. Avoid overloading the compost in fruit season - freeze material and add gradually. Avoid adding cereals or grains.

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2012 ANNUAL REPORT The City of Cranbrook 2012 Annual Report will be presented to Council for consideration at the Special Meeting on June 24, 2013 at 3:00pm in the City Hall Council Chambers. The 2012 Annual Report will be available for public review on the City website or can be picked up after 1:00pm on June 7, 2013 at the reception desk at City Hall. This notice is published in accordance with Section 99 of the Community Charter.

Foothills Model Forest. His decades of work in western Canada culminated in 2011 with his retirement as superintendent of Banff National Park. Kevin lives in Canmore, Alberta. Van Tighem will be discussing Bears: Without Fear at several East Kootenay locations including Kimberley at Centennial Hall on June 19 at 7:30 p.m. and in

Cranbrook on June 18 at the Manual Training Centre at 7:30 p.m. In addition to Van Tighem’s thoughts on our relationship and attitude to wards bears, Susan Bond and Peter Moody, who were involved in a grizzly attack last November, will speak at both the Kimberley and Cranbrook sessions. “Between Kevin and his extraordinary experi-

ence and knowledge combined with Peter and Susan and their story, it should be a very powerful, interesting evening,” Jensen-Shill said. “I’m looking forward to it. “It’s not Bear Aware, but we’re happy to have this opportunity to get out the message about bears and humans sharing the planet.”

From Page 3 That dog’s son was with him until a few years ago, and the third generation is with him now. The two dogs, Nanook and Chinook, are with him through it all, and he refers to them as all the family he has left. On the road, the two dogs ride on the trailer Westphal pulls behind him. All together the bike, trailer, Westphal and

his gear weigh 240 kg. From here he plans to travel north, to Invermere, Banff, Jasper then Whitefish. Once there, he’ll head south to Los Angeles, Las Vegas and then back up to Canada and East. He said he’ll be on the road for two more years probably then call it quits. Since he takes care of all his own travel plans and accepts donations for his

trip, all of the work is taking its toll. “This will be my last trip,” he said, but admitted he’s always inspired to get back on the bike when he hears of the people he’s inspired. For more info on Westphal and his journey, visit

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N-words, and old-fashioned book burnings


xactly two years ago this week, Lawrence Hill received the most shocking email he had ever read. Hill is the author of “The Book of Negroes,” an absolutely amazing story which brought to light an episode of Canadian history most of us never knew: The mass-migration of 3,000 African-Americans from New York to Halifax in 1783. Having fought on the wrong side of the American Revolution, the British promised them a chance to start a new and better life in Canada. Yet no one would get safe passage unless their name appeared in a royal ledger known as “The Book of Negroes.” Hill’s novel follows an escaped slave who does get her name in the book, only to find Canada as harsh a place as anywhere. Hill’s book brought him numerous awards, including the IMPAC award, Canada Reads Best Book award, the Commonwealth Writer’s Prize, and the Giller Prize longlist. So he probably was not prepared for the email he opened on that fateful June day. “Dear Sir Lawrence Hill,” it began. “I intend to burn your book.” The message was from a Roy Groenberg, writing from the Netherlands. Groenberg claimed to be chairman of something called the Foundation Honor and Restore Victims of Slavery in Surname. Although puzzled, Hill kept reading. “We do not accept a book with the title ‘The Book of Negroes.’ We struggle for a long time to let the word ‘nigger’ disappears from Dutch language and now you set up your book of Negroes! A real shame! That’s why we make the decision to burn this book on the 22nd of June, 2011.” Hill would tell reporters later how the email “really shook me up.” He typed a reply, asking if Groenberg was aware that “The Book of Negroes” is an actual


Mike Selby ledger kept in England’s National Archives. He also added that with this knowledge, “readers understand that the title is not intended to be offensive, but that it is used historically, to shed light on a forgotten document and on a forgotten migration (that of thousands of Blacks from the USA to Canada in 1783).” Hill closed his reply with “Before you proceed with your plans to burn my novel, would you like to have a conversation about this” Groenberg never answered back, and Hill watched him later on Dutch TV burning what looked like only the covers of his book. Hill found it unnerving to watch a work he deeply cared about be connected to such a heinous act of hate. As disturbing as this episode is, this wasn’t the first time Hill found difficulty with his book’s title. His American publisher changed the title to “Someone Knows My Name”; no bookstores were ordering the book because of the word “Negroes” in the title. Even in Quebec the book has been perplexing retitled “Aminata.” Hill is currently writing a screenplay adaption of his book. And he has no idea what title Hollywood will come up with. All he can hope for is that people “will put down their matches, respect freedom of speech, and enter into a civil conservation about slavery, freedom and contemporary language.” Mike Selby is Reference Librarian at the Cranbrook Public Library

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Tennis anyone? Table tennis, that is. A ping pong table has been installed in the Platzl for anyone to use. Above, Colin Squirrel, who lobbied Council to have the concrete table installed, plays a game with Coun. Bev Middlebrook, who helped him write the grant.

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Paris 1968, Istanbul 2013

t’s certainly not another version of the “Arab Spring”; Turkey is a fully democratic country. It’s not just a Middle Eastern variant of the Occupy movement, either, although the demands of the huge crowds who have occupied the centre of Istanbul and other Turkish big cities are equally diffuse and contradictory. It’s more like the student uprising in Paris in May, 1968, although most of the demonstrators in Turkey are neither Marxists nor students. Like the Paris demos, it began over local issues and has rapidly grown into a popular revolt against an elected government that is deeply conservative, increasingly autocratic, and deaf to all protests. The original issue was Prime Minister Recep Tayyib Erdogan’s plan to destroy Istanbul’s Gezi Park in order to build a new shopping mall in a city that already has far too many. The park is the only green space in the newer part of downtown, north of the Golden Horn, and covering it over with yet more shops was bound to meet with some resistance. Erdogan, in cahoots with the developers as usual, assumed that the plan to include a mosque in the new mall would placate his own supporters, while the plan to make the exterior of the mall a replica of an old Ottoman barracks that had once stood on the site would assuage everybody else’s unhappiness at the loss of the park. He was wrong. At the start of the protest, on 27 May, only a few hundred people occupied the park. It might all have petered out if the police had not attacked them with clubs and tear gas last Friday night, burning their tents after they fled. The protesters came back in far larger number the next

day, and the same thing happened again. By the third night, city centres were being occupied all over Turkey, and it wasn’t just about Gezi Park any more. Prime Minister Erdogan, leaving for a tour of several Arab countries on Monday, dismissed the protests as the work of “a few looters” and “extremist elements”, and said he’d sort it out after he got back on Friday. Unruffled, you might call him — just as you would have described French Gwynne President Charles De Gaulle in the first days of Dyer the 1968 revolt in France. It’s been a week, and the protesters have not quit. Meanwhile, in Erdogan’s absence, his closest colleagues have been conciliatory. President Abdullah Gul said “the messages sent in good faith have been received,” and Deputy Prime Minister Bulent Arinc said “The use of excessive force against the people who initially started this protest ... was wrong.” But what is it really about? After all, Prime Minister Erdogan has led his moderate Islamist party, the Justice and Development Party (AK), to three successive wins in national elections, each time with a bigger share of the vote. He has presided over a decade of high-speed economic growth that has lifted millions out of poverty, and he has finally forced the army out of politics. Why don’t they love him? Some do, but many people think he has got too big for his boots. Erdogan retains the support of the pious and deeply conservative peasants and recent immigrants to the cities who make up the bulk of his supporters, but he wouldn’t have won without the backing of secular, urban voters who saw him as the best chance to expel the army from politics and put Turkish democracy on a firm footing. He

has now lost their trust. He won it by promising that his government would not shove conservative Islamic values down everybody else’s throats, and until recently he kept his promise. But his last election victory, in which he got 50 per cent of the vote in a multi-party race, has emboldened him to believe that he can ignore his erstwhile secular supporters. He has pushed through new laws restricting the sale and consumption of alcohol. Despite the misgivings of most Turks, he enthusiastically supports the Sunni Muslim rebels in Syria, as part of a broader strategy of re-establishing the political and economic dominance that the Ottoman Empire once enjoyed in the Sunni Arab world. He even insists on naming the proposed third bridge across the Bosphorus after the 16th century Ottoman ruler, Yavuz Sultan Selim, who is notorious for massacring tens of thousands of Turkey’s Alevi religious minority. Around a quarter of Turkey’s population are Alevis, and they have not forgotten. Once Erdogan could play public opinion like a violin; now he is arrogant and tone-deaf. So where does this end up? Not with the overthrow of Turkey’s elected government, and probably not in a military coup either. Most likely there will be apologies, and some government concessions, and the turbulence will subside. Erdogan will not even be removed as AK party leader right away, though some of his senior colleagues now clearly see him as a liability. The protesters in Paris in May, 1968 didn’t get what they wanted right away either. Indeed, like the protesters in Gezi Park today, they weren’t even sure exactly what they wanted. But 11 months later Charles De Gaulle resigned, and France has never since had to cope with the problem of a Strong Man in power.

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Batman or not?

It has come to my attention, that within the past week, a student at Mount Baker Secondary School has been informed that he is not allowed to wear the Batman suit that he purchased for his prom. Today, June 5, 2013 he received a hand written note which said “The parent prom committee asks that you wear formal attire to prom, not the batman suit.” I find this unjust and a bit discriminatory towards this young man. It is his Grade 12 year and his prom. Why is he being told what he can and cannot wear? I am a bit confused and do not see the reasoning behind this decision. So he wants to wear a Batman suit, what is the harm in that? His date is okay with it, and it should not be offensive to those in attendance. I personally know this young man, and I know he is not doing this to hurt or offend anyone. He is a great kid and should have the right to make the decision about what he wants to wear to his prom. He is by far one of the most unique individuals that I know and I wish that I had his courage. Maybe if today’s society wasn’t so set on trying to conform our youth to an outdated standard, everyone would be a bit more accepting of individuality. So he wants to go to his prom dressed as Batman? Let him! He has the right to make that decision and he should be allowed to make that decision for himself. He will be old enough to vote within the next year, are you going to tell him how to do that as well? I for one, will stand behind him and his decision. And I will fight for his rights. For those of you that don’t stand behind him, why are you trying to crush this young

man’s spirit? You should be embracing him and supporting his decision to be unique. “The most important thing in life is to be yourself. Unless you can be Batman. Always be Batman.” (Unknown) Yonda Oosterhoff Penticton

Thanks, Mainroad It seems my letter regarding sweeping the St. Mary Lake Road needs some clarification. My letter was in response to a letter from a Pighin Road resident who questioned the spring sweeping of rural roads. When I read that letter, I immediately called Mainroad to thank them for sweeping St. Mary Lake Road. It was swept earlier this spring, and is very much appreciated by residents and other recreationalists who use the road for cycling, running and walking. In addition to removal of dust, there are safety concerns with gravel accumulating in corners on on the sides of rural roads causing skidding into our deep ditches and rocks flying and damaging windshields. Sorry for the confusion and thanks again, Mainroad. Virginia Anderson St. Mary Lake Road

City Flower In his recent Letter to the Editor, John Allen made a very valid point about one of the many scourges that is invading the city of Kimberley. It appears that no one from city maintenance has stepped out of their

vehicle to see the damage that our ‘City Flower’, the dandelion, is causing to the streets, curbs and sidewalks. I know that there are people who will break out in spasms of agony if the word ‘pesticide’ is used but dandelions are slowly consuming our city. Just take a look at our parks and fields that have become virtually unusable. Someone is not doing their job. Moving on to another topic, I wish to discuss the five Townsite stairs which were recently damaged when vandals rolled large boulders from the top. The Path Committee seems to feel that those who use the stairs require rest stations in order to get to the top. Perhaps the Path Committee should more closely observe those that use the stairs (when they are open). They have mastered the climb by climbing without resting or in some cases they stop for a brief breather. A rest station? Really? Might I suggest that someone go to the top of the stairs and remove the boulders so that they won’t be rolled down again? Regular stair users continue to use the stairs because it is the most direct and efficient route to the bottom. Those pushing strollers or wishing to take a more leisurely stroll can chose the longer ‘path’ option. The more I ponder the matters that feel relevant to me, the more I believe that accountability and common sense are harder to find than a belly button on a sumo wrestler. I recently heard about the citizen’s advocacy group that has been formed in Cranbrook to keep similar issues in clear focus. Perhaps that is the answer for Kimberley. I hope not. Bill Roberts Kimberley

All the news that’s print to fit JANUS: Cranbrook Then & Now

Jim Cameron The Little Paper Printed Where You Used To Live ‘Tisn’t filled with cuts and pictures nor the latest news despatches; And the paper’s often dampened and the print is sometimes blurred. There is only one edition, and the eye quite often catches Traces of a missing letter, and at times a misspelled word. No cablegrams nor specials anywhere the battle rages The makeup is mayhaps a trifle crude and primitive. But an atmosphere of homelife fills and permeates the pages Of the little country paper, printed where you used to live... You can see the old home village, once again in fancy; Seeming to be clasping hand or neighbor and of friend and relative; And their faces rise before you as you’re idly dreaming, O’er the little country paper printed where you used to live.

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Herald staff circa1905. Left to right: Pete Grenon (pressman), Joe Chenevais, Ted Reed (ad copyist), L.P. Sullivan (typesetter), F.E. “Old Man” Simpson (editor), John Hutchison (reporter), Mort Billings (foreman), Red Brown (printer’s devil/apprentice).


h yes, the little country paper; aside from letters, telegraph and traveller’s tales, the local paper was the sole source of news for most residents. There were out-oftown newspapers, of course – the CPR brought them in on a regular basis – but the local paper, while often ignoring the larger picture, served up the local news. In 115 years Cranbrook has never been without a regular weekly paper and for many years the city has been Author Unknown, Herald graced by a daily newspaper Newspaper 1907 publishing up to 25,000 copies

weekly and employing 25 office staff alone, a far cry from the little country paper of yore. How different then is the present day paper from that of its earliest predecessor, the Cranbrook Herald? In the most basic of ways it is not different at all: the news is gathered, printed, folded and delivered to the public. Nonetheless, let us take, as an example, a copy of the Cranbrook Herald from June 1911. Newspapers were bigger then. Not necessarily in length, but in actual size. The 1911 Herald was a broadsheet, typically

twice the size of the present day tabloids. It was generally eight pages in length although that varied year to year and occasionally week to week depending on the amount of available paper and other considerations such as short-staffing, mechanical breakdowns and the occasional fire. The size of the paper allowed for at least seven columns of type per page which, over the course of eight pages, made for a substantial amount of reading.

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UPCOMING EASTERN STAR SPRING SALE Saturday June 8th, 9AM opening, Wolfy’s Garden behind Shell. 220 St. Mary’s Ave. Plants: Annual & Perennials & Baskets, Home Baking Goodie Trays, Re-Sale of other’s favourites. Proceeds to Harmony Chapter #45 charities! Decadent Dessert Tea and Fashion Show June 8, 2 - 4pm, Cranbrook United Church, #2 - 12th Ave. S. Tickets available at Cellar Thrift Store. Info: 250-426-2022 / 250-489-0170. Monday, June 10 at the Kimberley Public Library: New immigrants and new residents to Kimberley are invited to join us at our “Spring Tea” to kick off the Welcoming Communities: Community Events and Networking Project. Meet community members and let us know what community events and services you are interested in learning about. 10:30 - 11:30 am or 7:00 - 8:00 pm. For more information, contact Flo at 250-427-2019 or KimberleyLibrary. British Columbia Government Retired Employees Association, Rky Mtn Branch, will be holding their luncheon meeting at the Bavarian Chalet, Cranbrook on June 12th, at 12 noon. Info: Jack Selman 250-489-5930. Grand Opening of the Immigrant Welcome Center, Thursday June 13th, 9:30 at the Kimberley Public Library. Please join us to learn about the Center services and the other Welcoming Community projects in Kimberley. Info: contact Kim Roberts CBAL Coordinator at or Pam Bailie CBAL Immigrant Settlement Assistance Worker at 250-427-6027 SOCIAL~DANCE to the music of ‘Chapparal’ JUNE 15, at the Cranbrook Seniors HALL 2nd St. South. A great evening of Song and Dance held on Third Saturdays, at 7 pm. EVERYONE WELCOME. Refreshments served. 250.489.2720 The annual Elks Charity Tournament is coming up on June 16 at the Kimberley Golf Course. Includes a prize for every player and a Prime Rib dinner. Sign up your own team or we can find a team for you. Call 250-427-2343 for more info. Kimberley Nature Park - Father’s Day Hike - Sunday, June 16. Meet at the Higgins St. entrance at 1 pm for a 3 - 4 hr moderate hike. Join leaders Ellen & Dan Chase 250- 427-5517 ONGOING Mark Creek Lions “Meet and Greet” the 1st and 3rd Wednesday, from 6:00-6:30 pm. Dinner to follow at Western Lodge. FMI: 250-427-5612 or 427-7496. Cranbrook Branch of the Stroke Recovery Association of BC. Meetings are from 10:00am-1:00pm the 2nd and 4th Wed. in the lower level of the Senior Citizen’s Hall, 125-17th St. S. Bring bag lunch. Tootie Gripich, 426-3994. The GoGo Grannies meet the last Monday of each month at 7:00 at The College of the Rockies. Join us as we raise awareness & funds for Grandmothers raising their Grandchildren in countries devastated by Aids. Norma at 250-426-6111. ESL: CBAL hosts Conversation Cafe Tues 7-9pm, morning class Wed 10am-12noon & Evening class Wed 7pm-9pm. All sessions held at CBAL office 19 9th Ave S. Childcare upon request. All programs are FREE. FMI: Bruce 250-9192766 or The Compassionate Friends meet 2nd Tuesday each month at 4:00pm at the East Kootenay Child Care Resource and Referral Boardroom (in the Baker Street Mall parking lot) Info: call Laura @ 250 489-1000/Diane @ 250 489-0154 Do you have the desire to stop eating compulsively? OVEREATERS ANONYMOUS (a 12-Step Program) meets Tuesdays from 7-8 pm at Cranbrook United Church, 2-12 S. S., downstairs. Contact: The Council of Senior Citizens Organizations (COSCO) is an advocacy group devoted to improving “The Quality Of Life” for all seniors. To become a member contact Ernie Bayer, ph 604-576-9734, fax 604-576-9733, email The Cranbrook Kimberley Hospice Society seeks volunteers to help us provide services to persons at the end of life and their families. Training is provided. Call 250-417-2019, Toll Free 1-855-417-2019 if interested. Royal Canadian Legion Branch 24; Friday Meat Draw: 4:30- 6:30, Saturday Meat Draw: 3:30-5:30. Cranbrook Quilters’ Guild hold their meetings on the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays each month at 7:15 pm upstairs in Seniors Hall, 125-17th Ave. S. All skill levels welcome. FMI Betty 250-489-1498 or June 250-426-8817. The Cranbrook Senior Floor Curling is looking for new members. Curling is Monday and Wednesday afternoons, upstairs in the Curling Rink. Info: Dave at 250-426-5387. KIMBERLEY North Star Quilters meet 2nd and 4th Monday of each month at 7pm downstairs Centennial Hall, 100 4th Avenue. Everyone welcome. Info: Carol at 250-427-7935 or Joan at 250-427-4046. Learn to Fish @ Kootenay Trout Hatchery! Come on out to the hatchery pond for this opportunity – great for all ages. Call now to book a session (250) 429-3214. Open now through the end of August! Tours also available. Place your notice in your “What’s Up?” Community Calendar FREE of charge. 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Sharapova, Williams set to meet in French Open final STE VEN WINE Associated Press

PARIS - As Maria Sharapova celebrated her return to the French Open final, she let loose one last scream - this one a happy holler. Serena Williams won more quietly and quickly, and she’ll play Sharapova for the title Saturday. Sharapova, the defending champion, overcame 11 double-faults to win a semifinal shriekfest against Victoria Azarenka, 6-1, 2-6, 6-4. Williams then advanced to her first French Open final since 2002 by dispatching Sara Errani 6-0, 6-1 in 46 minutes of astounding power and precision. Williams’ win was the most lopsided women’s semifinal at Roland Garros since 1984, when Chris Evert beat Camille Benjamin 6-0, 6-0.

SECAUCUS, N.J. The Toronto Blue Jays drafted a tall, athletic pitcher with their first pick of the 2013 Major League Baseball draft. Sound familiar? The Blue Jays selected right-hander Phil Bickford with the 10th overall pick Thursday. The 17-yearold right-hander from Oaks Christian High School in California is six-foot-four, 200 pounds, and can throw a 96 m.p.h. fastball that Toronto’s director of amateur scouting, Brian Parker, says is polished. Bickford led his high school club to its division champion-


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Sharapova beat Errani in the final last year to complete a career Grand Slam, but she faces a tougher test this time. She’s 2-13 against Williams, who has been on a mission after more than a decade of disappointment in Paris. “Obviously whatever I did in the past hasn’t worked,” Sharapova said. “So I’ll have to try to do something different and hopefully it will.” The top-ranked Williams, a 15-time Grand Slam champion, won her only Roland Garros title 11 years ago by beating her sister Venus in the final. “I’m very happy to be back in the French Open final 11 years later,” Williams told the crowd in French. “I’m still here 11 years later. It’s so wonderful for me.”


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ship, where he struck out 18 batters in the final, including 11 in a row. Bickford finished his senior season with a 1.72 earned-runs average, allowing 44 hits and recording 159 strikeouts in 99.1 innings. “We’re very excited about this kid,” Parker said on a conference call. “He’s got one of the best fastballs in the draft. He’s an athletic kid and we’re all very excited to get this guy going.” Blue Jays scouts seem to have an eye for rangy pitchers of late. Toronto has drafted 11 pitchers measuring six-foot-four or taller since 2007.

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Duncan van der Roest, Brianna McWhirter, Jenna Morrison, Sam Spencer and Jinay Patel all represented Cranbrook and Kootenay Christian Academy at a provincial mountain biking event in Port Moody in the Lower Mainland (Missing: The Mount Baker Secondary School team, which was comprised of Hannah van der Roest, Frazer Dyson and Tristian Olson).

Local rider earns provincial title TRE VOR CR AWLEY Sports Editor

Hannah van der Roest is a provincial champion after coming out in first place in a cross country race during a province-wide high school mountain bike competition in Port Moody. Van der Roest earned first place honours in Cross Country with a time of 42:39, and also came in third place for a shorter downhill Enduro course with a time of 18:08. Not bad in a field of roughly 120 other competitors. “It feels pretty awesome,” said van der Roest, a Grade 11 student at Mount Baker Secondary School. “It was a really fun race and it’s really fun to stand on top of the podium.” Each year, a different school hosts a mountain bike race for provincials but the only East Kootenay representation came from riders in Mount Bake, Kootenay Christian Academy and an athlete out of Revel-

Frazer Dyson (Junior) Brianna McWhirter (Bantam)


15th Cross Country (51:45) 4th Cross Country (29:18)

18th Enduro(11:39) 4th Enduro (15:10)

Tristian Olson (Junior) Jinay Patel (Juvenile)


11th Cross Country (44:41) 21st Cross Country (30:40)

11th Enduro (7:59) Enduro (DNF)

Samuel Spencer (Bantam) KCA Duncan van der Roest (Juvenile) KCA

20th Cross Country (29:22) 6th Cross Country (19:21)

15th Enduro (18:12) 16th Enduro (8:51)

Hannah van der Roest (Senior) MBSS Jenna Morrison (Juvenile) KCA

1st Cross Country (42:39) 6th Cross Country (33:38)

3rd Enduro (8:50) 5th Enduro (18:08)

stoke. It was a bit of a gloomy race-day, with some rain to add another element to the event, said van der Roest. “The trail was very rooty and had lots of boardwalks. It was very different from Cranbrook riding, that’s for sure,” she said. “...You can’t really compare two places to one another, because it’s a different kind of riding, but the trail itself was quite technical and difficult, but really fun. There were a couple wipeouts and some blood at the finish line, but lots of kids had a lot of fun.” Van der Roest rides

with a Kona Hei Hei Supreme, which she said is “the best mountain bike in the world,” and has been involved in the sport ever since getting on a two-wheeler at five years old. She credits her dad, Les, and Ryan Hamilton, her coach at Mount Baker, for being supportive mentors that have helped her become successful in races. Van der Roest also gave a shout-out to the Wildhorse Cylcing Club, which she rides with and encourages anyone of all ages to get involved. “Cranbrook’s a really great place for mountain biking,” she said.


Hannah van der Roest celebrates her gold medal at the high school mountain biking provincials.

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Blackhawks push Kings to the brink of elimination with 3-2 win Greg Beacham Associated Press

LOS ANGELES - Marian Hossa scored the tiebreaking goal early in the third period, and the Chicago Blackhawks moved to the brink of the Stanley Cup finals with a 3-2 victory over the Los Angeles Kings on Thursday night in Game 4 of the Western Conference finals. Patrick Kane tapped home the tying goal as Chicago rallied from a second-period deficit to snap the defending Stanley Cup champions’ 15-game, home-winning streak since March. Bryan Bickell had a goal and an assist for the top-seeded Blackhawks, who took a 3-1 lead in the best-of-seven series. Slava Voynov and Dustin Penner scored for the Kings, who had won their first eight playoff games at Staples Center. The champs are in trouble after Jonathan Quick failed to match Corey Crawford, who made 19 saves. The Blackhawks won without top defenceman Duncan Keith, who served a one-game suspen-

sion for high-sticking Jeff Carter in the face during the second period of Game 3. Keith easily is the Hawks’ ice-time leader and top-scoring defenceman, but Sheldon Brookbank filled in while Chicago played strong team defence in front of Crawford, who has matched the Conn Smythe Trophy winner in the other net. “You miss a defenceman like Duncan Keith, he is the guy who plays the most on the blue line,” Hossa said. “When you miss him, someone else has to step up, and

our guys did.” Los Angeles hadn’t lost a playoff game at home since Game 4 of the Stanley Cup finals last season, winning nine straight overall, but the Blackhawks figured out how to end the NHL’s longest home post-season winning run since 2009. The Kings had been outstanding when playing with a lead in front of Quick, who stopped 25 shots, but Los Angeles uncharacteristically surrendered a 2-1 lead late in the second period. The high-scoring Kane ending his seven-game goal drought in a quiet post-season by charging into the crease to tap home the tying goal on a rebound of Niklas Hjalmarsson’s shot and Bickell’s deflection late in the second period. Hjalmarsson finished with two assists. After Los Angeles killed a penalty to open the third period, Michal Handzus caught the Kings napping and set up a break with the speedy Hossa, who ripped a precise shot for his seventh goal of the post-season.

Spurs beat Heat to kick off NBA final Brian Mahoney Associated Press

MIAMI - The San Antonio Spurs returned to the NBA Finals just the way they left - with a victory over LeBron James. Tim Duncan overcame a slow start to finish with 20 points and 14 rebounds, Tony Parker banked in a desperation jumper with 5.2 seconds left and the Spurs withstood James’ triple-double to beat the Miami Heat 92-88 on Thursday night in a thrilling Game 1. Parker ended up with 21 points after referees reviewed his shot to make sure it just beat the shot clock, giving San Antonio a fourpoint edge in a game Need help with current events?

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that was close the whole way. James had 18 points, 18 rebounds and 10 assists in his second straight NBA Finals triple-double, but he shot only 7 of 16 against some good defence by Kawhi Leonard, and Miami’s offence stalled in the fourth quarter. Playing for the championship for the first time since sweeping James’ Cleveland Cavaliers in 2007, the Spurs improved to 5-for-5 in Game 1s, hanging around for three quarters and then

blowing by the defending champions midway through the fourth. Manu Ginobili, the third member of San Antonio’s Big Three that has combined for 99 post-season victories together, finished with 13 points, and Danny Green had 12. Game 2 is Sunday night. James became a champion on this floor last year in Game 5 against Oklahoma City, but he hasn’t forgotten his first taste of the finals. The Spurs swept his

Cavaliers in 2007 and James spoke Wednesday like someone who had payback in mind. He was 22 then, a fourth-year player headed for greatness but with holes in his game that San Antonio exploited in a fourgame sweep. Revenge won’t come easily - if it comes at all. Dwyane Wade scored 17 points for the Heat but was shut out in the fourth quarter. Chris Bosh had only two of his 13 in the final period.

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Nuggets fire head coach George Karl Associated Press

DENVER - George Karl is following general manager Masai Ujiri out of Denver. Less than a month after winning the NBA’s Coach of the Year award, Karl’s tenure with the Nuggets is over after 8 1/2 seasons. His departure comes shortly after Ujiri, the league’s executive of the year, left to become GM of the Toronto Raptors. “So, we lost a GM

now and a coach, what’s next?” tweeted Nuggets big man Kenneth Faried. Karl had a year left on his contract and was aiming for a new deal. The Clippers, Nets and 76ers also have head coaching vacancies and the Memphis Grizzlies have given coach Lionel Hollins permission to speak with other teams. Karl guided the third-youngest team in the NBA to the third-

best record in the Western Conference with a franchise-record 57 wins, but the Nuggets were bounced from the first round of the playoffs for the fourth straight season. A two-time cancer survivor, Karl changed his coaching style after returning from throat cancer in 2010. He delegated more duties at practice, relying on his assistant coaches to do much of the teaching.

Campbell to miss rest of NHL playoffs Associated Press

BOSTON - Boston Bruins centre Gregory Campbell will miss the rest of the NHL playoffs with a broken right leg. General manager Peter Chiarelli made the announcement Thursday. Campbell was hurt during the second period of the Bruins 2-1, double-overtime victory Wednesday night that gave them a 3-0 lead over Pittsburgh in the Eastern

Conference finals. Game 4 is Friday night. During a Penguins power play, Campbell fell in the right faceoff circle with about eight minutes left. He got up and dove in the high slot to try and block Evgeni Malkin’s shot. He kept playing for about a minute before reaching his bench. He didn’t return. “What he went through showed a lot of guts,” Bruins coach Claude Julien said. “It

was a pretty serious injury.” In 15 playoff games this year, Campbell has three goals and four assists as part of a strong fourth line. At practice on Thursday, Julien told reporters he’d like to continue using four lines. Boston, easily one of the deepest teams in the league, has plenty of options that have been sitting in the press box, and can dress at any time.

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Janus: 115 years of the news Continued from page 7

Typographical errors were ont uncommno along with udsipe-pown letters and sdrawkcab words, more so it seems following local celebrations when the men of the press room may not have been at their best. On the other hand, if an advertisement was printed upside down it was generally assumed to indicate that the business in question had failed to pay the bill. Pleas for payment from subscribers appeared on a fairly regular basis, as for example: “It takes wind to run a newspaper. It takes a scintillating acrobatic imagination and a railway pass to run a newspaper. But money – heavens to Betsy and six hands round, who ever needed money to run a newspaper? Kind words are the

medium of exchange that does the business for the editor, kind words and church social tickets. When you see an editor with money, watch him. He will be paying bills and disgrace the profession. Make him trade it out. He lives to swap. Then when you die, after having stood around and sneered at his Jim Crow paper, be sure and have your wife send in for three extra papers and when she reads the generous and touching notices about you, forewarn her to neglect to send 15 cents to the editor. What the editor wants is heartfelt thanks. Then he can thank the printers and they can thank the grocers.” Full page headlines were rare; the Herald of June 8, 1911 ran small

headlines over sixteen articles on page one, almost all local in nature although on occasion the first page was entirely taken up by a single story, the death of an English monarch for instance. Photographs were not entirely uncommon although local photos were used sparingly at best and rarely on the first page. The second page was devoted to provincial/federal politics, land notices, and statistics. Page three contained news of the district: Elko, Fernie, Bull River Falls, Moyie, Baynes Lake et al. Page four was home to editorial views on both local and national affairs, often political or moral in nature, adages and general words of advice or humour along with a church column, upcoming community events, local news items

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Herald newsroom Baker Street ca. 1905 – 1910. and want ads. Page five contained numerous local notes (about one hundred and five items in this case). Page six covered news form the Columbia-Kootenay Valley and numerous lodge notices while page seven boasted a half page (with photos)

of an upcoming visiting theatrical production. The remainder featured “Old Country News” (primarily England) and various notices. Page eight returned to local notes. There was no sports page, no weather, no cartoons, no crossword or word

games, no classified page, no women’s page and no entertainment page. There were, however, advertisements on every page. Then, as now, advertisers made up a great deal of the income. In short: back then more writing, today more pictures;

back then bigger, today smaller; back then a little country paper reporting local news, today a bigger city paper reporting local news. One thing certainly remains the same, however: when you see an editor with money, watch him.


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Charges laid in chocolate price-fixing case Canadian Press

OTTAWA — The accused in a chocolate price-fixing case could face a bitter fate if con-

victed — millions of dollars in fines for the companies and potential jail time for the individuals. Canada’s Competi-

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tion Bureau said Thursday it is laying criminal charges against Nestle Canada Inc., Mars Canada Inc. and ITWAL Ltd., a network of independent wholesale distributors. Also charged are former Nestle Canada president Robert Leonidas; Sandra Martinez, former president of confectionery for Nestle Canada; and David Glenn Stevens, president and chief executive of ITWAL. The companies and individuals are accused of conspiracy under the Competition Act. In separate statements, both Nestle and Mars said they intend to “vigorously defend’’ themselves against the charges. Both said the al-

legations date back to 2007 and earlier. Statements from ITWAL and Hershey were not immediately available. The bureau says it must not only prove competitors agreed to fix prices, but that the agreement would likely have “an undue economic effect’’ on the market. “We are fully committed to pursuing those who engage in egregious anti-competitive behaviour that harms Canadian consumers,’’ said interim competition commissioner John Pecman. “Price-fixing is a serious criminal offence and today’s charges demonstrate the Competition Bureau’s resolve to stop cartel activity in Cana-

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ST. ALBERT, Alta. — Alberta MP Brent Rathgeber says he no longer answers to the Prime Minister’s Office and the government can’t force him to resign his seat. Rathgeber quit the Conservative caucus on Wednesday night to become an Independent over what he calls the Harper government’s “lack of transparency.’’

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Church Directory Cranbrook and Kimberley First Baptist Church Pastor Kevin Ewaskow Children’s Ministries Worship Service 10:30 am 334 - 14th Ave. 250-426-4319

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Sacred Heart Roman Catholic Parish

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it “rich’’ that an official in Harper’s office has said he should resign and run in a byelection. “I have two other words: David Emerson. You will recall that in 2006 ... David Emerson, having just been elected days before as a Liberal, walked across the floor and joined the Conservative government.’’ Rathgeber said the government doesn’t seen to understand that it has no parliamentary authority to force him to step down. “The Conservative party doesn’t own the seat simply because I won it for them.’’ He said he will do what his constituents want. “I’m accountable to my constituents and if I sense that my constituents are unhappy with my decision, then I’ll have to deal with it. But the preliminary emails and tweets that have come into the office show anything but unhappiness. “I suspect I’m safe with my constituents,’’ he said. “I’ll answer to them. I won’t answer to the PMO anymore.’’


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An Alberta Oilfield Company is hiring dozer and excavator operators. Lodging and meals provided. Drug testing required. Call (780)723-5051 Edson, Alta.

CHRISTINA Lakeside Resort is seeking a person or persons interested in responding to an Expression of Interest to provide services to the Resort as Contract Manager. Christina Lakeside Resort (CLR) is a seasonal recreational property containing 138 member owned sites, recreation facilities, boat docks, extensive beach areas and its own sewage treatment plant. Applicants should have experience and/or training in all aspects of the resort management including guest and owner services, all office functions including bookkeeping, Microsoft Office and maintenance of marine and land based assets. The successful candidate must have Sewage Plant Operation certificate at time of contract signing as well as confined space entry training. Candidates who display alternate, but equivalent work history will be considered although those with industry experience will be given priority. Interested parties should respond no later than June 19, 2013 to to receive the Expression of Interest Documents.

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Lost & Found FOUND: IN the vicinity of 5th St & 5th Ave S, in late March/early April, an International Bridge Commuter Card. Please call the Townsman to identify. 250-426-5201. FOUND, LARIATS for roping. Contact 250-427-3703 FOUND: PAIR of eyeglasses and bag of girls clothing in the vicinity of 6th St. N. Please call 250-426-3431 to identify. Found: Set of keys; vehicle and misc. Blvd near 315 14th Ave. Call to identify. 250-4264951 LOST: LADIES Timex watch in Kimberley. Sentimental value. Reward offered. 250-427-4788


CREATIVE AND caring ECE worker for childcare centre for a maternity leave replacement. Must have ECE certificate, first aid and criminal record check. Drop off resume at Alliance Friendship Place Daycare Centre, 1200 Kootenay Street N., Cranbrook, or fax to: 250-489-0129 or email to: Phone inquiries to Jo-Anne Trotter: 250-489-4526 FORT STEELE RESORT & RV Park Required immediately! Energetic, self motivated individuals to work in a team-oriented environment. Full-time, Front-line positions available. Phone 250-489-4268 Fax 250-489-4233 HUSKY TRUCK stop requires FT/PT cook, server & prep person. Apply in person during office hours at 1604 Cranbrook St. N., on the strip. Info to Kathleen. Positions open now.

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Louise Rode, nee Marcil Jan. 11th, 1940 - June 3rd, 2013 Louise Rode, nee Marcil, born on the 11th of January, 1940 in Timeau, Alberta, passed away peacefully on the 3rd of June 2013. Louise grew up in Dawson Creek and the journey of her life took her to Vancouver, later to Europe, Africa and other places. Whatever she did, she did it, striving for perfection â&#x20AC;&#x201C; as a teacher, as a mother, as a friend. A memorial service will be held on Saturday, 8th June, 2013, 13:45 at the McPherson Funeral Home (2200-2nd Street South) followed by the interment at the Westlawn Cemetery.

Ph: 250.426.6006 Fx: 250.426.6005 2104D 2nd Street S. Cranbrook, BC

A reception, celebrating her life, will be held at her home at 92 Cross Road South, Cranbrook. Louise leaves behind a loving husband, son and daughter, a large family and friends in Canada and Europe.

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Canada Safeway Limited is currently seeking dynamic and motivated individuals for the positions of PHARMACY ASSISTANT or PHARMACY TECHNICIAN in CRANBROOK, BC. If you are seeking a professional, challenging and rewarding career in retail pharmacy, Safeway Pharmacy is looking for you! Candidates wishing to apply must have a Pharmacy Technician or Pharmacy Assistant certificate from a recognized college.

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is now accepting applications for the following positions; *Breakfast Room Attendant *Front Desk Staff Qualified applicants should; *Have 1 - 2 years experience in the hospitality industry *Work well, both as part of a team, as well as independently *Have good communications skills *Be customer service oriented Competitive benefit package available after 3 months of employment. Please apply in person at the front desk, Monday thru Friday, from 9am - 5pm. No phone calls please.

NEED A NANNY. July 1 - Sept. 1. Live-in, to care for a 13 year old girl. Monday to Friday. Horse knowledge an asset. Must have first-aid ticket. Private room. References requiredwage negotiable. Please call Jerry @ 250-427-1090 PART TIME SECRETARY wanted for small trucking company in Kimberley. Computer knowledge mandatory. Schedule flexible. 32 - 40 hrs/mo. Contact Jerry @ 250-427-1090


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Sonny Nomland retired Electrolux branch manager, has some great deals on reconditioned, canister, Electrolux vacuum cleaners with power nozzle & all attachments. Good warranty. (250)489-2733.

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Free Items WANTED: Looking for free, used or new, red chimney bricks. Will pick up. 250-427-1022

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IMMACULATE 6 YEAR old, 2 bedroom Moduline home with full attached garage on private lot in Creston, BC. Two full baths with Jacuzzi tub, 6 appliances, kitchen island and pantry. Lino and laminate floors. French doors looking out on back deck, raised garden beds, beautifully landscaped with a small creek running through back of property. Has to be seen to be appreciated. #59 Devonshire Meadows, strata adult community. Asking $229,000. Phone 250-427-3350

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The following personal property owned by the late Darlene Viola Jordan, former tenant of Pines Mobile Home Park at #20 - 2124, 30th Ave. South, Cranbrook, BC V1C 7A4, will be disposed of unless claimed by a person who establishes a legal right to the said property before July 8, 2013. Property includes 12â&#x20AC;&#x2122;x50â&#x20AC;&#x2122; Knight Mobile Home, registration #4088 and miscellaneous personal effects located at #20 - 2124, 30th Ave. South, Cranbrook, BC. Claim may be addresses to Rolf Hartell, 1115 Kelly Drive West, Kelowna, BC V1Z 2T1. Phone 250-7696634.

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True Coin Collector Looking to Purchase Collections, Accumulations, Olympic Gold and Silver coins, Bills + Not melting down, Serious Collector. Call: Coin Couple 1-778-281-0030



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Complete home makeover, 2500 sq.ft., 3+1 Bdrms, 2 Bath. Pictures + more info on Kijiji. $385,000.

250-427-4647 or 250-919-1091.

1424 20A St S, Cranbrook NEW and neat as a pin, Beautiful wow kitchen with island and huge pantry, open to dining room and large covered deck. 3 bedrooms up, one down, 2 1/2 bathrooms, huge vaulted bonus room, gas fireplace, 5 appliances, fenced yard, 2-5-10 warranty. Priced to sell at $405,000 net taxes. Call Jody 250-919-1575.

OPEN HOUSES Saturday June 8th 11:00am - 12:00pm 311 - 9 Ave. S. $254,900 I just know you'll tell your friends about this home! Lovely updates! Spacious rooms! Great neighbourhood! 2218051 Joy Anderson

12:15pm - 1:15pm 129 - 6 Ave. S. $165,000 Don't wait any longer! This is the opportunity you hve been waiting for! Stop by this cute 2 bdrm home & see what you can get at this ama]ing price! 2390467 Joy Anderson

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SATURDAY, June 8th

QNt#SJBS"WF $SBOCSPPL 2 bdrm rancher on large lot. Updates/ renoâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s throughout, including kitchen & bath. Close to shopping, town, college, transit. Affordable retirement living or perhaps investment property. 2389418 $139,900 Call Melanie Walsh

1:30pm - 2:30pm 505 - 4 St. S. $184,900 2 bedroom home with new kitchen! Lots of level yard for gardening, parking, alley access with room for a garage. On bus route. 2215230 Joy Anderson

9:30am - 10:30am 3309 Mt. Fisher Drive $379,900 32 bdrms, 3 bath, gas Âżreplace, huge rec room, sundeck, double attached garage, UG sprinklers 2389032 Jeannie Argatoff

QNt#SJBS"WF $SBOCSPPL Updates throughout this 2 bdrm rancher. Hardwood, tile, updated 100 amp & insulation in the attic, garage/shop, alley access. 2389417 $169,000 Call Melanie Walsh

11:00am - 12:30 pm 4126 - 33 St. S. $699,900 Equestrian Retreat, beautiful 5 acres, all fenced. Gorgeous 31 bdrm, 3 bath home, feature packed. 2215671 Jeannie Argatoff

QNt"4U4 $SBOCSPPL Updates throughout, tile, laminate, basement entry, family room, storage, 1 bdrm below, 3 bdrms up, 2 bath, covered deck, carport, huge yard & multiple parking even for RV/motorhome. Great view. 2390408 $289,000 Call Melanie Walsh



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Help Wanted

OUR CLIENT, ROCKY MOUNTAIN DIESEL LTD., operates a heavy equipment sales and service and automotive body shop business. The company requires a permanent part-time bookkeeper/administrative assistant. This position will transition into a full-time bookkeeping position in the relative short term and therefore training and experience in full charge bookkeeping is required. Initially, the position will include all aspects of accounts receivable and accounts payable processing, including data entry to custom software, gl reconciliation, credit and collection administration. The successful candidate will have excellent verbal and written communication skills, experience with accounts receivable bookkeeping and management,knowledge and related experience of general bookkeeping procedures, advanced knowledge of Microsoft Office products including Word, Excel and Outlook, must be able to work effectively and co-operatively with existing staff, while being able to work independently with a minimum of supervision. Knowledge and experience with Facebook and other social media would be an asset.


The company offers competitive remuneration in a dynamic and growing environment. This position is available in early June 2013. Resumes should be forwarded, no later than June 15, to Bruce Hryciuk FCGA at the following:


Hryciuk Gallinger Certified General Accountants 203 1113 Baker Street Cranbrook, B.C. V1C 1A7 Fax: 250-489-1893 Email: Only short listed candidates will be contacted.

Cranbrook: 250-426-8211




1:00pm - 2:30pm 4324 - 49 St. S. $449,900 5 acres in Gold Creek, beautiful 3 bdrm, 1 12 bath home, ama]ing view, includes appliances. 2389258 Jeannie Argatoff

3:00 - 4:30 pm 3228 - 37 St. S. $489,000 5 acres, 5 min. to town. Set up as a farm, magniÂżcent home, 3 bdrm, 4 bath, feature packed inside & out. 2216838 Jeannie Argatoff

12:30 - 2:00pm 425 Hurry Ave. N.W. $324, 900 +ome for the BIG )A0IL<, with lots of toys, 4-5 bdrms, 3 baths, super single garageworkshop, .56 acre. 2390536 Sonia 0ama

2:15 - 3:30pm #88, 2025 - 10 St. N. $65,900 Beautiful updated 2 bdrm, 1 bath, family room with Âżreplaces, patio & large fenced yard. 2389242 Sonia 0ama


250-426-8700 1111 Cranbrook St. N.

Each office independently owned and operated.

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Apt/Condo for Rent



Sport Utility Vehicle

Trucks & Vans

1 BEDROOM apartment, downtown Cranbrook, across from Rotary Park. Bright and roomy, on the 2nd floor. 55+, no pets. Heat and hot water included. $850./mo. Please call 250-426-6913.




2BDRM, 1 1/2 BATH apartment for rent, in Canal Flats. Great view, parking, F/S, D/W, microwave. $700 + utilities & D.D. Available immediately. Call (250)3495306 or (250)489-8389.

3BDRM UNIT for rent, unfinished basement, partial new flooring, F/S, parking and front yard. No smoking-no pets. 1 year lease, $950./mo + utilities. 1308A 11th St S. Call 250-421-2590

Homes for Rent 4 BEDROOM Cranbrook Home. On quiet cul-de-sac. Close to schools and parks. Fenced back yard. F/S, W/D. N/S N/P. $1200.00 + utilities. 403-329-4756.

Recreation WATERFRONT LOG chalets: Spring/Fall special. ~5 nights, $700. Sleeps up to 8 persons. 250-223-8181

2007 Suzuki Boulevard 1400


Absolutely showroom condition, one owner, comes complete with fresh oil change, windshield, hard mounted saddle bags, low rise back rest and luggage rack. Low seat height. All manuals and tool kit. This is a must see bike ready to take you anywhere. Asking $6,500 Phone 250-417-1079

Fully loaded - 4 slides with lots of extras added since purchased. Will deliver for a small cost. Must be viewed to be appreciated.

38,000 $ 36,000 $ REDUCED!

WATERFRONT RV sites on Kootenay Lake, for lease. Please phone us for info. 250-223-8181

Business/Office Service

Business/Office Service


*Yard and Lawn care *Rototilling *Fences and Decks *Dump runs *Odd jobs

Wholesale Prices. Carpet ~ Lino Laminate ~ Hardwood.

CONCRETE WORKS!! Get your free quotes now, for: Driveways, Steps, Sidewalks (any decorative finish available), Retaining Walls, Residential or Commercial Slabs. Jobs done from start to finish. Bobcat and Dump Truck Service also available. Satisfaction guaranteed. Call Jason


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Fully insured Free estimates Seniors discount Roy Anderson 250-489-1900 1-877-219-2227

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$99,000 WILL TAKE TRADES Call 250-426-6913

Garage Sales

Forest technologists (horticulture & arborculture consultants)

GARAGE SALE: Everything from dishes to household tools and lawn equipment. 9am to ??? Sat. & Sun., June 8 & 9. 700 Innes Ave. No early birds. Cash only.

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3. Targeted: If you want to focus on a particular backyard, advertising in an online newspaper is more personal, and more relevant because it is local. Newspapers also publish a plethora of niche sites (youth, women, movie fans, seniors, are illustrative) for virtually any demographic advertisers could possibly hope to reach. 4. Purchasing power: Sixty-two percent of newspaper

Web site users purchase online compared with 49 percent of general users. Thirty-nine percent of online newspaper users have incomes higher than $75,000; 65 percent own their homes. Fifty percent of online newspaper users have spent more than $500 online in the last six months, and 63 percent of online newspaper users prefer to find out about new products through the Internet.

5. Content: After e-mail, the most preferred Web

content is news, sports, financial information, entertainment news, and shopping – in that order. Sixtytwo percent of Internet users visit online newspapers for local news, compared with 39 percent for the local TV station Web site and 23 percent for the local radio station site. Not even Yahoo! or AOL’s Digital City can top this. of retailers report that newspaper sites are efficient in assisting them in meeting marketing needs compared with other sites.

GARAGE SALE: 301 9th Ave S, Cranbrook. Saturday, June 8th, 9am til ??? Some antiques & misc. items.


1. Frequency: The online newspaper Web site user accesses the Internet almost twice as much as the general user.

6. Retailers prefer newspaper sites: Sixty-five percent

-minor landscape --------------------WEILER PROPERTY SERVICES David J. Weiler & Kimberly Hartling

Mini Excavator & Dump Truck Available


3 slides, 400 HP Cummins Diesel, Allison transmission, Corian counters, leather seats, new tires, CB, auto seek sat. dish, diesel heat/hot water, AC/heat pump, 50 amp generator, Eurostyle warmer dryer, CD, wood cabinets throughout, air brakes, heated storage, electric awning, microwave/convection oven, gas counter-top range, 2 door fridge, exhaust brake, cruise control, full of extras, very clean, 65,000± miles. This is a high end unit with nothing spared

tree & shrub pruning

2013 spring services:

Ten Reasons to Advertise on a Newspaper Website

extends to the advertiser. Fifty-nine percent of Web users agree that online advertising is more believable from a trusted Web site. Online, newspaper Web sites are the dominant local media site in most markets.

7. SAT June 8 9am-1pm 311 7th Ave S. Cranbrook (in alley) Upright Air conditioners, bowflex, baby&infant clothes, toys, household goods and items, sofa table, gas lawnmower, glass door and much more.


Serving the Kootenays for the past 20 years.





Richard Hedrich 250-919-3643

~Ask for Ben~


2.5L Mercruiser, Slope top canvas, EZ Load Trailer Excellent condition, full service & maintenance each year, always stored indoors.

Call for Free Estimate from a W.E.T.T Certified Technician

*All work guaranteed.*

(250)919-6150 (250)489-2155


Chimney Sweeping Fireplace & Woodstove Servicing Visual Inspections and Installations Gutter Cleaning Available

Repairs to damaged floors, wrinkled carpets, etc.




Certified Journeyman Installer.

-Utility excavation & installation -All types of excavation -Water & sewer line trenching -Leaky basement excavation -Landscaping -Retaining walls -Delivery & haul away of materials -Concrete & asphalt breakage & removal -All aspects of concrete from start to finish

All inquiries call:

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To advertise using our “SERVICES GUIDE” in the Cranbrook Daily Townsman, Kimberley Daily Bulletin and The Valley, call us at 250-426-5201, ext. 202.

Friday, June 7th - 2:30 to 7:00 pm and Saturday, June 8th - 9:00 to 5:00 pm. Location: 212 Crerar Street, Kimberley, B.C. For Info call: 1 250 427 4561




40 FT

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Garage Sales


Price $8,500

Contact these business for all your service needs!

Serving Cranbrook and Kimberley

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The Religious Revolution is upon us


recently read a column by Tom Ehrich, a writer and Episcopal priest in New York, which is worth passing on. He begins by reminding us of a book written in 2008 by Phyllis Tickle called “The Great Emergence.” Her primary thesis is that every 500 years, the Christian church has gone through a major upheaval and rethinking of how it lives and speaks in the world, and that we are currently going through another such upheaval. She uses the charming image of the church holding a giant rummage sale every 500 years. She divides the 2,000–year–long history of the church into four eras: Around 500 AD, barbarians sought to subjugate Rome by wiping out its underlying religion. Christianity went underground. In abbeys like Iona, monks painstakingly copied Scripture and civilization’s great writings, in effect saving Western civilization itself. Around 1000 AD came the “Great Schism,” when the Western church based in Rome and the Eastern church based in Constantinople fought over creeds and doctrine as well as political power. That split endures to this day between Eastern Orthodoxy and Catholicism. Around 1500 AD came the Protestant Reformation, when nationalism born of exploration in the New World and new commercial wealth demanded an end to Rome’s domination of European life. That split also endures. Today, in this new millennium, Christianity wears so many different faces that it’s difficult to speak of a single “Christian move-

ment.” There are so many different denominations that we can hardly count them all. There’s a vast chasm between Christianity in the West and the booming churches of Africa and Latin America. The church in Europe has virtually collapsed. In North America, there is a relentless decline of institutional Christianity; the last census shows that over 35 per cent of residents in BC now claim “no religion”. Tickle calls this age the “Great Emergence.” Diana Butler Bass calls it “Christianity after Religion.” Ehrich suggests that conservative Christians tend to blame outside forces such as “secular humanists” and atheists for their determined assault. As a result, they focus inward and demand that the surrounding culture return to its Christian roots. Progressive Christianity, meanwhile, searches for an explanation that looks forward, not backward, but its infrastructure is collapsing too fast for anything but stubborn clinging to old ideas that explain too little and new ideas that promise too little. We aren’t likely to comprehend this latest transition until it is further along. But Ehrich notes two things which have become clear: “First, Christianity in North America is being freed from its own roots. Roman Catholics in the pews are straining to find why Rome and the pope are relevant to their faith needs. Mainline Christianity is moving beyond the captivity of white, middle–class, property– owning, optimistic serenity. Conservative Christianity is discovering that right opinion leads nowhere and a

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Yme Woensdregt combative countercultural stance merely makes its proponents seem angry and judg-



nity.” Stuck with inherited buildings they can no longer afford, with traditions that no longer resonate outside the bubble, with ranks graying and pews emptying, established church leaders seem ready to consider change. Most will change too little, and will try to circle the wagons. But some will look outward and be moved to compassion by a nation lost

collapse from the inside. “The world changed—as cultures, economies, and political systems always do—and the church thought it could stand still and avoid offending pillars and pledge payers. “Meanwhile, people began finding their own pathways to God, their own languages for accessing God, their own ideas about life’s purpose, and their own forms of faith commu-

mental. “Second, Christianity no longer controls the flow. Its ideas no longer shape cultural dialogue. Its leaders no longer command broad respect. Its buildings no longer draw people in by simply opening their doors. Churches’ stubborn clinging to Sunday worship stopped working decades ago.” For Ehrich, it’s not so much an attack from outside but rather a


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