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Cuts to nursing program impact special needs kids

Union says one part-time nurse now provides assessments for 30 special-needs children throughout the East Kootenay S A L LY M AC D O N A L D Townsman Staff

East Kootenay children with special needs may not be getting the attention they need after cuts to a nursing program based in Cranbrook.

According to Patt Shuttleworth, chair of the B.C. Nurses Union, East Kootenay region, a full-time nurse retired in May as the lone coordinator of the Nursing Support Services program

for the region, overseen by Interior Health Authority. She was replaced by a parttime nurse working half of those hours. “The senior experienced nurse with 17 years of on-

the-job and specialty paediatric training retired from the position and the position was then reduced to a 0.5 position which was accepted by a new grad,” explained Shuttleworth.

The Nursing Support Services program covers about 30 children throughout the East Kootenay, from Golden to Cranbrook and Creston to Sparwood. “We really are concerned


It’s Summer Camp Season, and there is no better place for kids and counsellors alike than the beautiful environs of Blue Lake Camp. Blue Lake Summer Camps are now up and running, but registrations are still being accepted for Summer Camp and for the Blue Lake Eco-Fun Summer Day Camp in Cranbrook. For more information or to register contact 250-426-3676 or visit Pictured above: Counsellor “Brasco” and some camp attendees take a moment to relax outside the cabins.

CUPE education workers prepare for job action Local 4165 has issued a strike mandate, but hope bargaining can make headway before September SA LLY MAC DON AL D Townsman Staff

Local education workers are gearing up for job action in September as CUPE workers remain without a collective agreement. CUPE Local 4165 for Southeast Kootenay School

District 5 took a strike vote in April, and had one day of job action on June 13, explained president Sue Krause. “We chose not to allow any of our employers to work any overtime that day. We did that so we wouldn’t

disrupt anything,” said Krause. “It didn’t affect the students, but it did solidify our strike vote so that come September if the ministry does not wish to sit down and come to the bargaining table, we will probably have

to look at further action down the road.” There are more than 400 workers in the Local 4165, employees of School District 5 such as education assistants, clerical staff, trades, aboriginal workers, youth and family workers, custodi-

ans and bus drivers. They are joining the 27,000 CUPE education workers in 53 school districts across B.C. to set a strike mandate.

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that those children will not get their assessments in time for school in the fall, and their caregivers won’t get timely education for treatments and thus timely interventions will not happen,” said Shuttleworth. According to Interior Health, children from birth to age 18 with special needs can access the program for nursing care. Nurses provide information and consultation about health issues relating to the special need, create a plan for community care, train alternate caregivers, and can provide an athome assessment of medical and respite benefits. “The nurse must assess the children’s needs, develop care plans and assist families and care providers to learn how to implement the required care. Following this the school teachers need to be assisted with the same learning,” explained Shuttleworth. “Where the children are infants, assistance with special needs breastfeeding is often required and due to the cut of the only lactation consultant in the East Kootenay there is no longer a resource for this much-needed and very important skill.” Now, the part-time nurse works alone, with her manager based in Kelowna.

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Five rescuers

The names of the five Cranbrook campers who participated in the rescue of three stranded recreationalists up the Gray Creek Pass were Mike Krahn, Randy Sluz, Kris Peltzer, Ken Kiever and Shaun Beier. Sluz, Peltzer, Kiever and Beier were not mentioned by name in the Townsman story “Camping Trip Turns Into River Rescue” (Thursday, July 11). The Townsman regrets the omission.

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Cuts will impact special needs kids, nurses say CONTINUED from page 1 “The management person is supposed to be part of the team that does the work, but she’s based out of Kelowna, so it’s highly unlikely that she’s going to be on the ground here,” said Shuttleworth. The workload was almost too much for the full-time nurse, who needed every minute of her hours to provide care for the children, Shuttleworth said. She doesn’t know how the part-time nurse will manage. “There is just too much work for the nursing time allotted and nurses are concerned that these children will not be receiving the care they need,” she said. But Linda Basran, Director of Interior Health East, Community Integration Health Services, said that the nurse in the Nursing Support Services program is not a hands-on caregiver but a coordinator. “There are people who are delivering the care; this is a coordinating role,” said Basran. “She would coordinate what the direct caregivers are doing. She would teach or delegate care to the caregivers, and that would be individual to each client.” The program is a contract with Interior Health by the Ministry of Children and Family Development. Basran said that for a

“When any job becomes available we always look at what makes the most sense for the future” Linda Basran, Interior Health long time, the program in the West Kootenay was coordinated by a part-time nurse, while the East Kootenay had a full-time registered nurse. “So when we took a look at being equitable, and we knew we had a natural attrition, it was important that we put both sides equally,” said Basran. “The timing was around the retirement of the incumbent; we did not lay anyone off. “But when any job becomes available, we always look at what makes the most sense for the future.” Basran said that since the part-time nurse is handling the work load in the West Kootenay, she is confident that the same will be true in the East. “But we will continue to monitor the situation,” she said, adding that Interior Health will take remedial measures if the situation is not working.


Chris Taylor (left), owner of Farbrook Auto Wrecking, Mayor Wayne Stetski (centre) and Jan Vanderkooy check out the car crushing operations at Farbrook on Thursday, July 11.

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Farbrook Auto Wrecking sets sights on the future, while working through piles of old vehicles A R N E P E T RYS H E N Townsman Staff

Farbrook Auto Wrecking is one of the only salvage yards in the area, and with the recent closure of Hosmer’s wrecker, vehicles have been piling up faster than before. To get their car stock into a manageable size, Farbrook has brought in a car crusher, which for the next two months or so will crush its way through the towering piles of discarded and destroyed cars. On Thursday afternoon, Farbrook’s owner Chris Taylor took Mayor Wayne Stetski for a tour of the facility. Taylor hopes to build a processing building on the lot sometime in the future, as a way to increase efficiency and safety, but faces some zoning issues,

as the property is zoned as residential. Taylor was touring Mayor Stetski around to show the mayor the types of things they do at the wrecker and how things work. Taylor said the wrecker takes in about 1,000 cars a year and holds between 1,000 and 1,200 cars in the lot, not including the ones piled up and set to be crushed. The crusher is brought in by a company outside of town. “It has enough force to crush engine blocks,” Taylor said as the group stood in front of the crusher, as a giant forklift piled another car on the crushed remains of an old station wagon. Taylor explained that about 75 per cent of the

wreckers business comes from taking in cars and selling for parts, including ICBC claims vehicles. The other 25 per cent comes from the recycling aspect of it. The lot is also used by the fire department and search and rescue to practice auto-extraction techniques and train new recruits. A number of years ago Taylor tried to pursue the processing building but ran up against the city’s zoning bylaw. The wrecker can continue to operate, but can’t expand. But Taylor noted it’s not an expansion he is pushing for, it is an upgrade so that conditions and safety can be improved. “The building is to bring them in and process them; to drain them,” he said. “It would

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be to work on them. It’s hard to drive around in a yard truck, with tools, and pull a motor in the yard.” Stetski said the challenge is the zoning, which would require a change or a variance permit. He said that being on the yard, it’s not hard to see why a building would be nice. “From a lot of perspectives, having a building makes sense,” Stetski said. Taylor is currently working with the Ministry of Environment on the proposal, which will have to approve it before it goes in front of council. “We can exist, but we can’t grow (in area),” Taylor said, adding that he intends to make the existing business better as well as improving environmental standards.

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Wilks flies to Vancouver to debate city’s ban on coal Arne Petryshen Townsman Staff

When a motion to symbolically ban storage and shipment of coal through the City of Vancouver was up for debate, Kootenay Columbia MP David Wilks hopped on a plane to give his constituents’ perspective. The amendment passed at the July 9 meeting, but it gave Wilks a chance to try and

set the record straight from the natural resource side of things. Wilks received emails last week from Sparwood and Fernie mayors about the bylaw amendment which would ban coal shipment and storage in the City of Vancouver. “I read it and said ‘that’s not good,” he said. “I felt that it was incumbent upon me to at least go down there and, if

nothing else, give them the potential impacts, not only to the Elk Valley, but across British Columbia.” Wilks said the motion would likely not have any impact on Westshore Terminals and Neptune Terminals outside of the municipality, as they are well established. “I just don’t quite understand the logic by the City of Vancouver and

the amendment that they put forward, because it’s more of a feelgood motion than anything else. I’ve always maintained from a regional perspective, you don’t create a bylaw that you can’t enforce.” Wilks said he has no idea how they would enforce it. “As an Asia-Pacific Gateway community, they are sending a message, however slight,


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wording saying “not just” that seemed to hint at other products falling under the ban. “What’s the definition of not just? Does it include timber products? Does it include sulphur, does it include cement?” He wondered. “No one answered it and that was quite concerning to me.” As far as other concerns the council had, Wilks said the coal coming from the area is mitigated for dust. Wilks also noted that the studies the council was basing their decision off of were studies on thermal coal out of the U.S. rather than studies out of the Elk Valley. “We have companies

VICTORIA – Energy Minister Bill Bennett says there are about still 60,000 BC Hydro customers who are still resisting installation of wireless electricity meters, and he wants the utility to offer them manual meter readings, for a price. “What we’re contemplating at this point is that maybe we can deliver a digital meter that has the radio turned off,” Bennett told reporters at

the B.C. legislature Thursday. “We just feel that we don’t want to bully people into taking the smart meter if they don’t want it.” Modifying the meters for different customers and sending out human meter readers would generate costs that should not be borne by the vast majority of customers who accepted wireless meters, Bennett said. He offered no estimate of the cost, but predicted that more


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people will drop their opposition rather than pay for extra service. Bennett said he agrees with B.C.’s medical health officer that signals from wireless meters are not a health hazard, but he doesn’t want them forced on people who believe otherwise. NDP energy critic John Horgan said he is pleased the government has finally agreed with his position that people should be given another option. But he wants the issue referred to the B.C. Utilities Commission to set the price, so customers aren’t “gouged” to pay for other cost overruns at the utility. “We said before the election that an opt-out provision was appropriate,” Horgan said. “It’s done in other jurisdictions. Quebec is leading the way here in Canada. It’s about time.” With 96 per cent of wireless meters installed, customers in some areas are receiving daily usage information on their BC Hydro customer web pages. Smart meters send a radio signal equivalent to a brief mobile phone call to report usage, and also signal when power is interrupted. Digital meters also detect when they are tampered with, and the quality of electrical supply.

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Homemade explosive goes off outside homes Townsman Staff

A homemade bomb exploded in Cranbrook on Sunday night, but no one was hurt, RCMP have said. A resident on the 700 block of 21st Avenue South, near Kinsmen Park, heard an explosion and called police at about 10:30 p.m. on July 7, 2013. Police found that an unknown person had constructed a homemade device inside a glass rum bottle. When the bottle exploded, it sent shards of glass over a 50-metre diameter. RCMP noted that a two-litre bottle of Dr. Pepper containing water was at the site, possibly having been used to make the device. “The remnants of the explosion which were still foaming indicate that

the person or persons responsible made a chemical bomb of some sort and the police believe the contents to be very corrosive,” said Cpl. Prefontaine. “The RCMP is looking for any witnesses to this incident or anyone who may have information about it.” If you have any additional information, please call Cranbrook RCMP at 250-489-3471 or anonymously to East Kootenay Crimestoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS. “The RCMP would also like to warn residents of Cranbrook to be wary of any incidents of this nature and if you witness or come across the remnants of this type of activity, please don’t touch it and call the police or fire department right away,” said Cpl. Prefontaine.

Black bear destroyed Tamara Hynd Fernie Free Press

A black bear was destroyed Wednesday due to habituation after it was caught in a bear trap at the Fernie ski hill. The BC Conservation Officer Service (COS) has assessed the bear’s activities and number of complaints over a lengthy period of time. “COS determined

that the young bear had become very accustomed to people, very aggressive and was breaking into homes. We deemed it a public safety issue and had to trap and remove this bear,” said Conservation Officer Joe Caravetti. The bear was roaming around the ski hill area eating garbage. Soon it became bold enough to walk up to

CUPE prepared for job action Continued from page 1 “The most important thing is for the general public to know that we do not wish to take any job action. We care about the kids more than anything. But sadly, we’re put in a position where everything else keeps going up and we can’t continue,” said Krause. Education workers have not had a pay increase since 2009, she explained, and earnings and benefits are too low. “I think a lot of people don’t understand that education workers, the

ones who work closest with the children, the majority of them only earn between $25,000 and $30,000 a year – at the max, and that’s actually youth workers.” Krause said the school district understands CUPE’s position. “There’s really nothing our district can do. They understand. Our board of trustees also wrote a letter to the minister asking for help, because they understand how important our positions here are,” she said.

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people outside their homes, scare them off, and then eat their dinners. A few days ago it started attempting to break into homes. Bear Aware Coordinator Kathy Murray reminds all residents, visitors and campers to keep all garbage indoors, clean barbeques, keep pet food indoors and secure other attractants and keep doors and windows shut and locked. Living in bear country, managing bear attractants can reduce the chances of bears becoming habituated to garbage and humans as a food source.

B.C. marijuana vote gets green light Tom Fletcher Black Press

VICTORIA – Elections BC has given approval in principle to marijuana activist Dana Larsen’s bid to lead a petition drive for de-criminalizing marijuana possession. Larsen has proposed that B.C. go around the federal law with a “Sensible Policing Act” that would disallow the use of B.C. police resources to prosecute simple possession of small amounts of pot by adults. This fall, Larsen will be allowed to begin collecting signatures in an effort to force an initiative vote similar to that used to reverse the harmonized sales tax. Individuals and groups have until Aug. 12 to register with Elections BC to oppose the initiative, run ads for or against the petition or collect signatures. Larsen, who was involved with the B.C. Marijuana Party before seeking the leadership of the B.C. NDP in 2011, has worked for the last year to build support for what he calls Sensible BC. His organization will have 90 days from


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Sept. 9 to collect signatures from 10 per cent of registered provincial voters in each of B.C.’s 85 electoral districts. If that threshold is reached, Elections BC would hold a province-wide initiative vote, likely by mail as was done to repeal the HST. Decriminalizing pot has received mainstream support in recent years, including a narrow majority vote at the 2012 Union of B.C. Municipalities convention. In a debate at that convention in Victoria last September, former B.C. Liberal attorney general Geoff Plant advocated for loosening marijuana laws, as has since been done in the U.S. states of Washington and Colorado. The idea was opposed by criminologist Darryl Plecas, who was elected B.C. Liberal MLA for Abbotsford South in the May provincial election. Larsen has had a

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Marijuana activist Dana Larsen (left) campaigns for leadership of the B.C. NDP in 2011. colourful career, including editor of Vancouver-based “Cannabis Culture” magazine and co-founder of the Vancouver Seed Bank, which has sold seeds for marijuana, pop-

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n 1849, the government of France took more and more rural inhabitants had acthe first in a series of steps to eradicate cess to inexpensive dailies, many of which the Bibliothèque Bleue — the favorite contained soap opera-like serialized storeading material of the peasant underclass. ries. Although quite vanilla compared to the blue book stories, the The only thing worse readers could not get than subordinate masses enough of these stories. learning to read was their Many cut them out and fondness for the Bibliosewed them together, effecthèque Bleue — poorly BOOKNOTES tively making a homemade written erotic romances named after the inexpenMike Selby book. As popular as these stosive blue sugar paper the ries were, none of them books were bound in. The peasants demand for these books created compared to the real life exploits of a publishing boom all across France, and Jean-Baptiste Troppmann, a convicted by mid-century the government felt it was spree killer. After killing his business partner, Troppman began to kill members of time to put a stop to it. The majority of the blue books came to his partner’s family, one per day until all the peasants via travelling book peddlers. eight were dead. By the time of his execuSo the government created a series of li- tion, Le Petit Journal was experiencing censes needed by the peddlers so complex unheard of sales figures of over half-a-milit eradicated the entire profession. They lion. Of course all these were merely tempofollowed this in 1852 with a censorship act, making it illegal for a book to be sold in rary measures; the government still needFrance that didn’t carry the government’s ed a permanent way to control and inculstamp of approval. Not only was this sure cate the lower classes. At first, libraries apto eliminate what was left of the blue book peared to be a good place to control what trade, but also took care of any unap- was read, but the finances required to proved of foreign books finding their way completely control reading material in all public and school libraries made this plan into the countryside. The biggest boost in their quest for cul- extremely unrealistic. It wouldn’t have ture control came in 1863, and the arrival worked anyway. Literacy was spreading of Le Petit Journal — a daily newspaper. As further and faster than the government’s railways began to crisscross across France, ability to direct into approved of channels.


French travelling book peddlers brought the printed page to the masses. By 1880, an unheard of amount of the peasant class was literate, and a new regime had been in place for almost a decade. No longer did anyone fret over what the disenfranchised was reading. By the end of the century, they became some of France’s best writers. Mike Selby is Reference Librarian at the Cranbrook Public Library

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The sounds of silence

C arolyn Grant

t’s summertime. The weather has finally settled into what we expect, tourists are out and about, locals are heading to campgrounds on the weekends. It’s just a perfect East Kootenay summer. But here in Kimberley something has been missing. At first I wasn’t quite sure what it was ­— why did I feel that I was missing something? But then it occurred to me. I am hearing nothing when I should be hearing accordions. This is my first summer without KIOTAC, the Kimberley International Old Time Accordion Championships.  The championships would have wrapped by now, winner of the ultimate prize, the Happy Hans trophy, would have bowed to the audience and perhaps played one more tune. I would have spent the week reporting playdown scores like a sports writer­: “It went right down to the wire with Michael Bridge edging out Alicia Baker by a squeeze.”  Good times. I would have wandered through the Platzl every day looking for photographs of smiling people, of which there were plenty. And sitting behind my desk, I would still hear the faint strains of accordion music


Jeany Irvin hands out the Happy Hans trophy to Alicia Baker in 2012. wafting in from the Platzl. Of course, I would also be stuck behind a 55-foot RV proceeding down Wallinger at about 10 kph. It was always a little harder to get around Kimberley during KIOTAC, but that’s a small price to pay for what the Fest brought to Kimberley. For almost 40 years — 39 to be exact — KIOTAC brought people by the thousands to Kimberley for one week in July. They camped on the streets and in parking lots and the lo-

cals grumbled. But I like to think that underneath the occasional grumble there was a real appreciation of what KIOTAC meant to Kimberley. KIOTAC was Kimberley. While travelling I have often told people I was from Kimberley and a lot of the time the response was, ‘Kimberley? Isn’t that where they have the accordion festival?’ Yes, it is. Or rather, it was. KIOTAC put Kimberley on the map. In its first year there were two categories of competition;

that grew to 23. The first year there were 16 competitors; that peaked at over 200. A half million dollars in prize money and bursaries was handed out over the years of KIOTAC. One million dollars was paid out to performers. And $150,000 was given to local charities. And perhaps most impressive, over 100,000 volunteer hours were given. That does not include the tireless efforts of the KIOTAC committee members. That’s just 100,000 hours from community members who helped out for the week. Pretty darn impressive. And it’s all over now. People from the Chamber of Commerce and other organizations understand what KIOTAC really meant to Kimberley and are working hard to find ways to bring people into the Platzl. The First Saturdays concept looks like a winner and hopefully will build in the coming years. And there is JulyFest, which is coming up quickly — always a busy, and profitable, weekend for Kimberley. But as I sit at my desk and ponder the sounds of silence from the Platzl, I miss KIOTAC — funny hats, lederhosen, snarled traffic and all. Carolyn Grant is Editor of the Kimberley Daily Bulletin

Cranbrook Alliance marks 65 years


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uring its 65-year history in Cranbrook, the Alliance Church has been home for thousands of people. On the August long weekend, the church is organizing a gathering of its families representing six decades of fellowship. The roots of the local church reach back to 1948 when a small group of about 35 people expressed their interest in establishing a Christian and Missionary Church. Meetings began in the Vance home with Pastor Gordon Blenkhorn and moved to the KP Hall. Shortly thereafter, a construction site bunkhouse was moved from Kimberley to the corner of 13th Avenue and Baker Street, the present day location of Tangles Hair Salon near Safeway. It faithfully served the growing congregation for 20 years. In 1970, the congregation moved into a new building on 2nd Street South which now is home of the Dwelling Place. Pastors Walter Love, Roy Hubert and Don Kinnie led services at this new site throughout the 1970s, but by 1980 the need for more space became evident. The dedication of the present location on Kootenay Street welcomed Rev. Don Kinnie and the congregation in February of 1983. Since then, the lead pastors have included Jack Schroeder, Don Krause, Tom Nevius and Ralph Rintisch. The CAC is welcoming back all who presently or have in the past called Cranbrook Alliance their home church. To date, folks are planning to join the celebration from Southeast Asia, Mexico, Arizona and across Western Canada. The Family Reunion Celebration will

“Drive-In” church in the Tamarack Centre parking lot was one of the many initiatives of the Cranbrook Alliance Church in the 1980s. The Church’s 65th anniversary will be celebrated on the August long weekend. begin on Friday evening, August 2, with a simple welcome gathering and dessert fellowship. Slides, posters and memorabilia will trigger a host of memories for those in attendance. On Saturday morning, an 8 a.m. pancake breakfast will allow guest to informally meet and mix over syrup slathered hotcakes, eggs and sausage. In the early afternoon, folks will gather out at Wycliffe Park, site of the annual church gathering, for games, a barbecue and lawn chair sing along session. Sunday morning will feature the return of Pastor Sean Campbell to bring a message and will highlight the many Cranbrook Alli-

ance people who are serving in missions and church organizations across Canada and around the world. The service will be followed by a lunch for registrants in the church gymnasium. Details of the event and a plethora of old photos as well as biographies can be checked out at or through a link on the Cranbrook Alliance website. Registration for the 65th Family Reunion is $20 per person or $60 for a family and can be completed on line or through the church office. Courtesy Gary Toyota

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What’s Up?


UPCOMING Tee Off For Kootenay Kids Golf Gala Thursday, July 11 and Friday, July 12 2013 at St. Eugene Golf Resort and Casino. For more information call 250-426-2542 or visit Freshwater Fisheries Society of BC presents the 10th Anniversary Celebration at the Kootenay Trout Hatchery July 13th. Enjoy music, fun family activities, fishing and more! (250) 429-3214 or email July 15-10:30 Recently moved to Kimberley? New resident or immigrant? Meet other newcomers, learn about Kimberley’s JulyFest & play Bocce. Free picnic! Children with adult/parents welcome. Register: Kimberley Library. phone 427-3112. 2013 FREE FAMILY SWIM Wednesday, July 17th, 6:00-7:00 PM is sponsored by Knights of Columbus. Children 18 years & under must be accompanied by an adult. Brothers Insurance Agency Charity Car Show: Friday, July 19th and Saturday, July 20th at Western Financial Place, Cranbrook Blues Brothers Tribute Act, drive-in movie, children’s activities, vendors & more. or 250-426-2542. Kimberley Nature Park - Horse Barn Valley Loop - Saturday, July 21, Meet at the Riverside Campground at 9:30 am to carpool to the west entrance to Horse Barn Valley. Bring water and a snack! Join leader - Kent Goodwin 250-427-5404 Kimberley United Church huge garage sale on July 27. To donate clean and usable goods, call Graham and Gerda Mann at 250427-5057 or email Pick up can be arranged. Kimberley Ladies Golf Club Charity Golf Tournament to support Kimberley’s Spark Youth Centre will be held Tuesday, July 30th. Interested Ladies please contact Flora at 250-427-4027 or email 2013 FREE PUBLIC SWIM Wednesday, August 7, 2013, 5:00-6:00 PM is sponsored by Robert Apps Law Corporation. Kimberley Nature Park - Hike for Young Families - Sunday, Aug.18. Get the kids out into the Nature Park for a fun time around Eimers Lake.Children must be accompanied by a parent. Meet at the Higgins St entrance: 10am. Join leader Dave Quinn 250-427-5666 ONGOING ICBL-Duplicate Bridge–Senior Center in Cranbrook. Mon & Wed 7pm, Thurs & Fri 1pm at Scout Hall, Marysville. Info: Maggie 250-417-2868. Cranbrook Phoenix Toastmasters meet every Thursday, noon - 1:00 Heritage Inn. Toastmasters teaches communication & leadership skills. Roberta 250-489-0174. Contact the Kimberley Health Care Auxiliary Thrift Shops at 250-427-2503 (Brenda) or 250-427-1754 Gayle) for volunteer opportunities: cashiers, sorters, after hours cleaners. CRANBROOK QUILTERS’ GUILD hold their meetings every 2nd & 4th Tuesday of each month at 7:15pm upstairs in the Seniors’ Hall, 125-17th Ave. S. Everyone welcome. Info: Betty at 250-489-1498 or June 250-426-8817. Community Acupuncture. By donation – Each Tuesday 4-6 pm, Roots to Health Naturopathic Clinic, Kimberley Health Centre – Lower Level, 260 4th Ave. 778-481-5008. Please visit: for more info. Urban Artsy Deer Quest forms available at the Cranbrook & Distrcit Arts Council office; 135 - 10 Ave S, 426-4223. A fun family activity for summer months. See how many you can find. Winners announced August 24 at Art in the Park. Deer available for you to decorate. TENNIS ANYONE? Cranbrook Community Tennis Club is opening for the season at new Mount Baker High Courts. No Fees, No Dues, Just Tennis! 6:30-8:30pm, Wed & Sun nights. Info: Bev 250-421-7736 or Neil 250-489-8107. 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: Place your notice in your “What’s Up?” Community Calendar FREE of charge. This column is intended for the use of clubs and non-profit organizations to publicize their coming events — provided the following requirements are met: • Notices will be accepted two weeks prior to the event. • All notices must be emailed, faxed or dropped off in person. No telephone calls please. • NOTICES SHOULD NOT EXCEED 30 WORDS. • Only one notice per week from any one club or organization. • All notices must be received by the Thursday prior to publication • There is no guarantee of publication. Notices will run subject to space limitations.


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SUMMER SCHOOL: Aaron Gauer and Garold Gipman explain a drill during one of the sessions at the East Kootenay Basketball Camp on Thursday at Mount Baker Secondary School. The camp, which has kids registered from around the region, is in it’s second week and will wrap up on Friday.



The Rocky Mountain Bandits did not get a friendly reception in Montana over the weekend, as they lost four out of five games in a fiveday tournament in Polson. Following the trip across the border, the Bandits returned to their home field at Confederation Park, but had to cancel a pair of home games set for last Tuesday at Confederation Park in order to get some more team rest. It was a tough tournament for the Bandits in Polson, which lost four games in a row before edging out their only win in their final game on Sunday. The team lost 8-6 to Missoula Pioneers, and struggled against Dillon Cubs with a 12-1 loss and the Missoula Frontiers at

Approval in principle has been granted on an application for an initiative petition. The petition will be issued to proponent Dana Larsen on Monday, September 9, 2013 and signature sheets must be submitted to the Chief Electoral Officer by Monday, December 9, 2013. The Title of the Initiative is: An initiative to amend the Police Act. Summary of Initiative: The initiative draft Bill entitled, “Sensible Policing Act” proposes to amend the Police Act to no longer use provincial police resources on the enforcement of current laws in relation to simple possession and use of cannabis by adults. The draft law would prohibit the use of provincial police resources for this purpose, would require police to report in detail to the Minister of Justice any actual use of resources for this purpose and why it was necessary, and require the Minister to publish that report. The Bill also proposes that the province would call upon the Federal Government to repeal the federal prohibition on cannabis, or give British Columbia an exemption, such that British Columbia is able to tax and regulate cannabis similar to the regulation of alcohol and tobacco. As well it proposes that British Columbia shall establish a Provincial Commission to study the means and requirements necessary for the province to establish a legal and regulated model for the production and use of cannabis by adults. Last, the Bill would make nonlawful possession and use of cannabis by minors an offence similar to possession and use of alcohol.

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Bandit’s head coach Paul Mrazek said the team consistently had some troubles while on the pitching mound and up at bat. “Getting three to five hits a game isn’t really going to win us any games. Usually we need to be getting 8 to 10 hits a game,” said Mrazek. “Pitching wise, with a couple of our pitchers,

one had seven walks, we had eight walks in that game, so you put five hits together with eight walks, and a few errors, it’s pretty tough to stay in the game.” However, the Bandits managed to pull together in the final game and pull out a close 7-6 win to close out the tournament. “We came back the last game, we only walked one, we made them hit the ball, the boys made the plays, still didn’t have a ton of hits, but it was enough to win by one,” said Mrazek. The Mission Valley B team was scheduled to come up to Cranbrook on Tuesday, but the Bandits canceled those two match ups and are looking towards the weekend, where they will head down to Kalispell for another tournament.

Rookie pitcher deals damage as Blue Jays fall 4-2 to Indians TOM WITHERS Associated Press

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13-2. Another loss came at the hands of the Mission Valley Mariners by a score of 9-1 but the Bandits managed to end on a high note with a 7-6 victory over the Mission Valley B team.

CLEVELAND Rookie Danny Salazar pitched six superb innings to win his major league debut, leading the Cleveland Indians to a 4-2 victory over the Toronto Blue Jays on Thursday. Salazar, who began the season in Double-A ball, allowed just one run and two hits. The right-hander didn’t give up a hit until the sixth and struck out seven. The hard-throwing 23-year-old was shocked at being called up, but he pitched with the nerves of a seasoned veteran and gave the Indians a much-needed strong outing. Chris Perez gave up a run in a shaky ninth but got his 11th save. Asdrubal Cabrera homered in the first off R.A. Dickey (8-10) and Lonnie Chisenhall drove in a run in Cleveland’s two-run sixth. Jose Bautista hit an RBI double for Toronto’s only run off Salazar, who was recalled earlier in the day from Triple-A Columbus and is

likely to be headed back to the Clippers. If Salazar was nervous, he certainly didn’t show it. Unleashing a fastball that registered 99 mph on the stadium radar gun, he coasted through the first five innings, striking out seven and not letting the Blue Jays get many good swings. A few of his pitches were way out of the strike zone, but just when it appeared he might come unraveled, Salazar settled down. Salazar’s seven

strikeouts were the most by a Cleveland pitcher in his debut since Luis Tiant struck out 11 New York Yankees on July 19, 1964. Salazar held Toronto without a hit until the sixth, when Josh Thole, batting just .108 slapped a pitch into left field. Salazar received a nice ovation from Cleveland fans, who haven’t seen many quality starts lately from the Indians’ rotation. Munenori Kawasaki sacrificed and Salazar retired Jose Reyes on a liner to second.

Derek Jeter plays 1st game of season, but leaves early

NEW YORK - Derek Jeter returned to the New York Yankees for the first time this season, then left early Thursday because of a tight right quadriceps. Yankees manager Joe Girardi says Jeter will be sent for a test. Girardi says Jeter thinks he’ll be ready to play Friday night. Jeter says he doesn’t think the injury came from pushing too hard in his season debut. Jeter went 1 for 4, scoring a run and driving one in during Thursday’s 8-4 win over Kansas City. He left for a pinch-hitter in the eighth inning. The 39-year-old team captain had not played in the majors this season since breaking his left ankle in the playoffs last October. Associated Press



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Kovalchuk retires from NHL to go back home to Russia STEPHEN WHYNO Canadian Press

Ilya Kovalchuk considered staying in Russia when the NHL lockout ended in January. Ultimately he returned to play the 2013 season with the New Jersey Devils. But on Thursday, Kovalchuk made official what the Devils knew was a possibility since then. The Devils announced that Kovalchuk was returning home and retiring from the NHL. The final 12 years and US$77 million of his contract were voided, and Kov-


Local swimmer Rhyse Marlatt captures bronze medals at a provincial meet and punches ticket to national championship.

Marlatt qualifies for national championship TRE VOR CR AWLEY Sports Editor

Cranbrook swimmer Rhys Marlatt brought a bronze haul back with him following a competition at the B.C. AAA provincial swimming championships in Vancouver last weekend. Marlatt, a member of the Cranbrook Triton Swim Club, achieved

personal best times in five of six swims and gained valuable experience, as his times qualified him for the Canadian Age Group championships at the end of July in Montreal. Marlatt compete against the top 13-yearold boys in B.C. and raced to a bronze medal in the 200-metre back-

stroke with a time of 2:25.79 and followed up with the shorter 100metre backstroke for his other bronze medal with a time of 1:09.64. He also posted personal best times in three separate events, placing 5th in the 100-metre butterfly with a time of 1:08.29, 7th in the 50metre freestyle with a

time of 28.22 seconds and 16th in 100-metre freestyle with a time of 1:05.66. Marlatt also competed in a 50-metre butterfly time trial race, finishing with a best time of 29.79 seconds, which gave him his third qualifying time required to attend the Canadian Championships.


alchuk is free to play in Russia’s Kontinental Hockey League. “Though I decided to return this past season, (general manager Lou Lamoriello) was aware of my desire to go back home and have my family there with me,” the 30-year-old said in a statement. “The most difficult thing for me is to leave the New Jersey Devils, a great organization that I have a lot of respect for, and our fans that have been great to me.” It was a move that stunned the hockey world, but not Lamori-

ello, who insisted nothing in the game surprises him, including Kovalchuk’s abrupt departure. “This wasn’t a decision by the New Jersey Devils,” Lamoriello said on a conference call with reporters. “He will not be playing here at his desire.” Kovalchuk played for SKA St. Petersburg during the lockout and made it clear several months ago that he would stay there if he could. Reports from Russian news agencies indicated he will officially sign with SKA on Friday.

Blue Bombers looking for offence to gel as season gets underway SCOT T EDMONDS Canadian Press

WINNIPEG - Winnipeg Blue Bombers coach Tim Burke is looking for his offence to click this weekend after a couple of uninspiring starts where the defence managed to shine brighter. “I wasn’t happy with their performance on the first days of practice but the last two days have been much better,”

Burke said Thursday. “This is hopefully a game where we break out of our slump.” The Bombers (1-1) will meet the Hamilton Tiger-Cats (0-2) in Guelph, Ont., Saturday. The defence was the cog that kept the wheels spinning in their first win of the season in Montreal last week. Turnovers and sacks sapped the momentum of quarterback Buck

Pierce. The official count was five sacks but offensive co-ordinator Gary Crowton says it was really only three. “Two of those sacks were the run plays where the back went the wrong way or the quarterback on the exchange fumbled, so they count those as sacks,” he said. “Anytime the quarterback gets a loss they count it as a sack.”

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May 21, 1932 - July 07, 2013

Muriel Leona Andersen passed away peacefully on Sunday, July 7, 2013. She was born May 21, 1932, in Marcelin, Saskatchewan, Canada, to Joseph and Colette (Desjardins) Sanche. At the age of 11, she moved with her family to Kimberley BC. At 19, she and a girlfriend moved to Vancouver BC where she worked at a bank. It was at a dance in Abbotsford where she met her former husband, Clarence Andersen. Together they raised their 4 children in Bellingham. Family was the most important part of her life. She loved spending time with her children, grandchildren, and greatgrandchildren.

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CALGARY — The “Greatest Outdoor Show on Earth’’ isn’t just a rodeo with bulls, broncs and belt buckles. While there are plenty of nods to western ways, the Calgary Stampede is also one of Alberta’s premier tourist attractions, kicks off with a two-hour parade and offers a giant midway with heart-stopping rides and deep-fried delights. Here are some interesting numbers: 101. Number of Calgary Stampedes. The first was organized by Wild West performer Guy Weadick and livestock agent H.C. McMullen in 1912 as a cowboy championship. It has continued

uninterrupted despite two world wars, a Depression and the recent flood. 13. Number of days officials had to pump out water, clean up debris and repair buildings after grounds were flooded this June. 1,409,371. All-time attendance record, set in 2012. $256 million. Amount of money the Stampede contributes to the Alberta economy every year. $2 million. Total prize money for rodeo events, the most for an outdoor rodeo. Chuckwagon winners share $1-million purse. 200,000. Number of pancakes served at community breakfasts during the Stampede.

2 million. Number of mini doughnuts consumed by visitors. 27. Number of tipis set up at the Indian Village. 850. Average number of horses in the parade. 2 tonnes. Manure left behind by animals on the parade route. 0. Number of times officials say it has rained on the parade. 4. Number of beer gardens on the grounds. 13. Food stands offering fries or deep-fried something. 20. Hot dog and sausage stands. 25. Sweets and treats kiosks. 3,000. Seasonal employees hired for the 10-day event. 2,000. Year-round volunteers.

High River state of emergency to be lifted despite pushback Canadian Press

HIGH RIVER, Alta. — Alberta Premier Alison Redford says a local state of emergency in flood-stricken High River in southern Alberta is to be lifted as scheduled Friday.

The emergency declaration was made almost immediately when the town was swamped in a matter of hours three weeks ago. Redford also says the province is handing control of the commu-

nity, which had to be fully evacuated, back to High River council. She says provincial support will remain. Opposition Wildrose Leader Danielle Smith, who is from High River, had wanted

the legislature reconvened to extend the state of emergency. Redford said there’s no real need for that it as it wouldn’t serve to speed up recovery efforts.

Stones most useful when worn Hi Wendy: I was talking to one of my friends today admiring her gemstone pendant. She told me she purchased it from you. I told her I have lots of gemstones that I carry in my purse. She said you said that they are only are useful if they are worn. I don’t understand why you would say that. I was wondering what you know about gem stones and their uses. Just Curious Dear Just Curious: Yes, I feel I am somewhat knowledgeable about gem stones and how to use them. The necklace powers and uses are much the same as those of gem stone rings. Because necklaces are often worn near the heart, they can be used to work on the emotions, or to attract or strengthen love. This also refers to love of self as well. Wearing a necklace of stones or a stone increases their energies because you are surrounding yourself or binding yourself with their powers. Therefore I believe any gem stone necklace is more powerful than any one stone used separately. One must also be aware that the stone must be spiritually cleansed before wearing it. It must be free of others contamination that they put into the stone. This means all inanimate objects have energy what you put into an inanimate object it repels out and also contains that energy emotionally, physically, and spiritually. For example: If a person is working on a gem

ASK WENDY Wendy Evano stone and he or she is ill and they then put that stone for sale without properly cleansing it then that illness of that person stays in the stone. The same is true if they suffer from any emotional problems at the time they are making the piece of jewellery. Therefore, I spiritually clean and bless every piece of jewellery I sell and wear. Earrings were once worn to guard the ears from negativity and disease. Pierced earrings are often recommended to strengthen weak eyes –emeralds are the stone that is effective for this problem. Gold earrings are worn to cure headaches I’ve been told. The ring is a circle, which symbolizes eternity, unity, reincarnation and the universe. In early times it was associated with the sun and the moon. It is I feel an object of protection, a type of guard that wards of negativity by wearing it continually. In a magical sense, wearing a ring binds you with power and energy. Don’t forget the material of which the ring is made and your visualization and your belief, determine the nature of this energy. The index or ring finger is also important to note when wearing gem stone rings. They

say herbal medicines were applied to the body with the ring finger to strengthen the effectiveness of the cure. Therefore, rings containing stones which speed the body’s healing are best worn on this finger. I could probably fill several more pages talking to you about gem stones. However, I thought these few tidbits on gem stones may help you. Always remember who makes the gem stone jewellery, blessing the gem stone jewellery and keeping it free of negative contamination is vital if you want the gem stone(s) to work for and with you. I have many types of gem stones that I wear on a daily basis I have found some work for me and some do not. However, I never wear a piece of jewellery just for the beauty of it. I wear different types of stones for specific purposes. For example: If I am going through some emotional or physical dilemmas or if I am going to teach a class or I am going to a meeting that may be difficult and so on. Therefore, what I wear for gem stone jewellery usually is dictated on what is happening on or around me. I have also found that the best way to keep your gem stones free of negative contamination is to put them in the rain on a rock. Hope this has helped. Wendy For personal and over the phone readings contact Wendy @ 426-2127. Need some answers to some of your questions then email me @ 426-2127.

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With past line-ups including Blackalicious, Ron Sexsmith, Harry Manx, The Coup and The Cave Singers, it was difficult to imagine how Starbelly Jam Music Festival organizers would out-do themselves, but with the full line up announced and advance tickets selling quickly Starbelly Jam 2013 could be the best yet. This year’s line-up includes musical acts from across Canada and around the world including the Sierra Leone’s Refugee All Stars, Kimya Dawson, Australia’s Blue King Brown, Aesop Rock with Rob Sonic and DJ Big Wiz, Locarno, Shane Philip, Buckman Coe Band and Portland’s Shook Twins. Even though Starbelly Jam is focused on bringing outstanding international talent to Crawford Bay, B.C. the line-up also showcases some of the best Kootenay talent such as Cranbrook’s the Good Ol’ Goats, Nelson’s Bessie and the Back Eddies

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New York-born, San Francisco-based Aesop Rock (aka Ian Bavitz) is a critically acclaimed hip hop artist/producer, recognized for his dense and abstract word play. He’ll be taking the stage at Starbelly Jam Saturday, July 20. and Tofu Stravinsky. “We’ve really got a great mix of everything this year,” said artistic director Lea Belcourt.

“From hip hop to blue grass and folk, I really think there is something for everyone at this year’s festival.”

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ST. PAUL, Minn. — Twister called itself “the game that ties you up in knots.’’ Its detractors called it “sex in a box.’’ Charles “Chuck’’ Foley, the father of nine who invented the game that became a naughty sensation in living rooms across the U.S. because of the way it put men and women in compromising positions, has died. He was 82. Foley died July 1. His son, Mark Foley, said Thursday that his father had been suffering from Alzheimer’s disease. Foley and a collaborator, Neil Rabens, were hired in the mid-1960s by a manufacturing firm that wanted to expand into games and toys. They came up with a game to be played on a mat on the floor, using a spinner to direct players to place their hands and feet on different colored circles. “Dad wanted to make a game that could

light up a party,’’ Mark Foley said. “They originally called it ‘Pretzel.’ But they sold it to Milton Bradley, which came up with the ‘Twister’ name.’’ The game became a sensation after Johnny Carson and Eva Gabor played it on “The Tonight Show’’ in 1966. To be sure, the game got plenty of innocent play, too, becoming popular in grade schools and at children’s parties. But its popularity among teens and young adults was owed to an

undeniable sex appeal. Players would become tangled up, and various body parts — male and female — would inevitably come into close and embarrassing proximity. Players would often lose their balance and fall on top of each other in a heap. Hasbro Inc., which now manufacturers the game, said it continues to be a top seller. “What makes the Twister game timeless is the fact that it’s always been about showing off

your free spirit and just having some laugh-outloud, out-of-your-seat fun,’’ Hasbro said in a statement noting Foley’s death. Mark Foley said his father made little money from Twister, but that never seemed to bother him much. The game was not his first invention, and far from his last. Foley was just 8 when he made his first invention — a locking system for the cattle pen at his grandfather’s farm. As a young man he worked as a salesman, but his interest in games and toys led him to apply for a job at a toy company. Over the years, Foley invented dozens of other toys and games. “He never stopped having fun,’’ Mark Foley said. “He tried to think like young people thought. He never wanted to grow up, and he always maintained his enthusiasm for seeing things through the eyes of a child.’’

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