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FLO HOSKINS PHOTO

Flo Hoskins of Jaffray took this picture of a visitor to her property. The cougar seemed comfortable and reflective, basking in the sun on a nicely manicured lawn. Keep an eye on your pets, everybody.

Hospice seeks friends The Cranbrook Kimberley Hospice Society would like volunteers to help with the fundraising side of the non-profit’s operations

S A LLY MAC D ON AL D Townsman Staff

There is a new way to support the Cranbrook Kimberley Hospice Society. Next week, the hospice society will hold an informal gathering for people interested in volunteering with the soon-to-beformed Friends of Hos-

pice group. The meeting will be held at Frank’s Steak and Schnitzel Haus in Cranbrook on Thursday, September 26 at 7:30 p.m. Friends of Hospice will support the society by fundraising for its ongoing operations and special projects. “We want the Friends

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of the Hospice to help us fundraise events and special projects,” said Jeanne Davidson, executive director of the society. “We have a lot of volunteers who want to work with clients but don’t enjoy fundraising. On the other hand, there are a lot of people who don’t want to do the hands-on work

with clients, but are interested in fundraising,” said the society’s president, Don Davidson. “People have different skill sets and different amounts of time available. Some people couldn’t commit on an ongoing basis to a specific client.

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Traffickers sentenced RCMP

Two drug traffickers, one from Cranbrook and the other from Kimberley, were recently sentenced in court. Monty Carlson was sentenced to six months in jail for Possession of a Controlled Substance for the Purpose of Trafficking. He was arrested on April 27, 2012 in Kimberley. At the time he had 11 grams of cocaine on his person. In addition to jail time he is prohibited from possessing firearms for 10 years. On October 12, 2012, Kohl Von Wittgenstein was arrested

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Mayook Station Estates boasts views of the majestic Rockies and that tranquility of the country in a perfect balance.

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in Cranbrook and a search located seven hits of LSD. He was charged with Possession of a Controlled Substance for the Purpose of Trafficking and received a nine month conditional sentence. During that time he must abide by a number of conditions including not to leave his residence between 4 p.m. and 10 a.m. He also is prohibited from possessing firearms for 10 years. Officers in both Kimberley and Cranbrook continue to target those involved in the drug trade. There are always a number of active investigations.

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New hands take on local U-brew wine business Arne Petryshen Townsman Staff

Wayne and Sherry Kennelly have taken over operations at Cranbrook Vineyards.

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5365 Silver Spring Drive $369,900

3900 Read Road $369,900

2 + 2 bedroom home on 5 acres backing onto Crown land and within close proximity to city limits! This home features over 2000 sq. ft. on the main floor with an enclosed sunroom that could be used as a 3rd bedroom. Small kitchenette in the basement with potential for in-law suite. The property is fully fenced with some outbuildings.

Home & acreage offered at a great price located just minutes from the City. This spacious 3 bedroom home features spacious living room with open dining area, games room as well as rec room area in basement. 2.86 acres of level lands that are fenced with outbuildings including a barn perfect for animals.

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A local U-brew winemaking business is celebrating its 17th anniversary and also seeing two new owners take over the operation. Wayne and Sherry Kennelly took over Cranbrook Vineyards at the beginning of September and have been busy brewing batches of wine since. Wayne said the U-brew process is more personalized than just going to the store to pick out a bottle. “You come in and take a look at what you’d like,” he said. “You pick out your flavour of wine that you’d like and we put it on for you.” The customer sprinkles yeast on the batch and then comes back in four to six weeks for bottling. “It’s relatively inexpensive compared to the liquor store,” he said, adding you get around 29-30 bottles per batch and the price comes out to about $6 a bottle. “Christmas is coming and so everyone is putting on their Christmas wines to share with friends and family,” he said. “We have four and six week kits.” He said a glass of wine a day can be beneficial health wise. “We’re not using the preservatives, chemicals that you get out of a commercial type product,” he said. “It becomes personal because this is our wine that we put on.” They will soon be offering custom labels that customers can create for their wines, such as putting a photo of a customer on the label of their wine.

Cranbrook Vineyards also has a new website, which has information about the business and the wines they offer. There is also a Facebook page and group where Wayne hopes people will share their wine recipes and talk about batches. Wayne said he’s known the former owners, Bev and Reg Mitchell, for a number of years. When they told him that they were looking to retire, Wayne and Sherry decided to take over the business. Wayne has experience in winemaking, entrepreneurship and working in the hospitali-

ty business. He’s also worked for more than a decade in the computer business. Sherry has worked for 20 years at the hospital in Cranbrook. Both wanted to stay in the East Kootenay and saw Cranbrook Vineyards as a way to do that while also pursuing their love of wine. For more information on the business call them at 250-417-0607, email wayne@cranbrookvineyards.com or visit the website at www. cranbrookvineyards. com. You can also search Cranbrook Vineyards on Facebook to find that site.

Courtesy Jennifer Henkes

After 50 years on the board of directors for Cranbrook Community Theatre, Bud Abbott has resigned. Bud (above, right, pictured with Terry Miller) attended his last board meeting, CCT’s Annual General Meeting, on Tuesday, Sept. 17, where he was presented with keys to the Studio/ Stage Door in honour of his years of service. In 1973, Bud and Cornel Sawchuck spearheaded the movement to save the Masonic Temple (now known as the Studio/Stage Door) from the wrecking ball. The City of Cranbrook turned the building over to the Community Theatre who has since acted as stewards of the building. Thank you, Bud! 

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Macdonald won’t pursue NDP leadership C A R O LYN G R A N T Daily Bulletin

Adrian Dix’s decision to resign as NDP leader was the right one, says Columbia River-Revelstoke MLA Norm Macdonald. “It’s the right move,” Macdonald said. “It allows the party to reboot. He put the interests of the party and the caucus ahead of his own.” Dix announced on Wednesday he would be stepping down, though he will retain his seat and will stay in place until a new leader has been chosen. “I’m pleased he’ll stay on until we have a new leader,” Macdonald said. “We felt he was effective in the Legislature in the June/ July session.” But it is the right move, Macdonald repeats. “We need to be a party that can gain the confidence of the

broader public.” Macdonald says that the decision was entirely Dix’s own — he wasn’t pushed by caucus. “There was none of that dynamic. We always had the sense that he would do what was right for us. The timing was right. It was better that he didn’t step down right away. Now, four months after the election, people have a clear understanding of where we are, and are ready to step forward.” Given the leadership ups and downs in recent NDP history, what is it going to take to find someone who will resonate not just with the NDP faithful, but with the public at large? “The new leader will have to have core managerial competence and political skills with the ability to sell themselves and withstand an onslaught of politi-

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NDP leader Adrian Dix announces he will step down as leader by the middle of 2014 “at the latest.” cal attacks. We do have some capable people who I expect to step forward.” Macdonald, now in his third term, will not

be one of them. He was emphatic that he will not run. “It has to be someone with a strong provincial profile. There

are certain realities you deal with coming out of rural B.C. Look at George Abbott in the provincial Liberal campaign.

“He was very strong, but he came out of the Shuswap and came third. You need a strong urban base. That is just a reality.” During the previous leadership race which Dix won, Macdonald was a supporter of Mike Farnworth from Port Coquitlam — a name that is already being brought up by pundits as a potential Dix replacement. “I supported Mike Farnworth,” Macdonald said. “I’m pretty sure he will run again and if he does, I will be supportive. But there are other capable people as well.” Macdonald says he believes the party would like the leadership situation sorted out as quickly as possible but it was unrealistic to think it would be settled before Christmas. “It’s possible before the Legislature sits again in February, but

we’ve been through successful sessions with Adrian as leader so we can do it again. Though there would be a freshness and energy with a new leader.” Bill Bennett, Liberal MLA for Kootenay East, offered his respect to the leader of the opposing provincial party. “B.C. politics is a blood sport, a very tough business,” Bennett said. “While I do not share Mr. Dix’s views, I congratulate him for having the guts to step forward and try.” Whoever the new leader of the NDP will be, Bennett’s views of the rival party are unlikely to change. “I don’t believe the NDP will change with a new leader,” he added. “Their anti-business, special interest brand of politics will remain the same and a threat to our economy and our future.”

Hospice society looking to form ‘friends’ group Continued from page 1 “Fundraising support is something people can do as it comes up and fit it around their own life.” The Hospice Society provides emotional support at end of life for clients and bereaved families. Its services include: client and family visits wherever the client is – at home, in hospital, in extended care or in residential care; a vigil service in the last days of life; phone support for bereaved friends and family; a bereavement support group; and a walk-and-talk program where bereaved people can meet others who share the same feelings. The current hospice society formed its board of directors in 2007. Jeanne Davidson began coordinating the services in 2009, and the society took on its first client in 2010. Now there are 25 active volunteers for the society, 10 board members, and a total of around 50 members of

the society. The hospice society will continue to grow in coming months with several new projects. In November, the society will launch the Rainbows program.

“This will be a very significant support for the hospice society. We are always worried about fundraising. It’s a great way for people to be able to support the hospice society in a meaningful way.” Don Davidson “It is for elementary-aged children who have experienced a loss in their lives through separation, divorce, death or a move to a new community,” explained Jeanne. Next year, the society will launch the My

Voice public education program, a provincial health initiative to encourage people to write formal plans for what they want to happen to them when they come close to the end of their life. “In order to do that we will need money for the equipment and books included in it,” said Don. And in an exciting development, the society hopes to soon start looking into the possibility of developing a hospice facility in Cranbrook or Kimberley. “The decision by the board is that we should start investigating the feasibility and practicality of establishing a hospice facility,” said Don. It’s a large project, he explained, and the society may look at potential locations, which could require work such as engineering assessments and architectural drawings. “That’s the reason we have to start looking at fundraising,” said Don. The Friends of Hos-

pice will make all of these projects possible. “This will be a very significant support for the hospice society. We are always worried

about fundraising,” said Don. “It’s a great way for people to be able to support the hospice society in a meaningful

way.” Those interested in Friends of Hospice are invited to Frank’s Steak and Schnitzel Haus on Thursday, September

26 at 7:30 p.m. For more information, phone 250-4172019, toll free 1-855417-2019 or visit www. ckhospice.com.

PUBLIC NOTICE

Special Tax Exemption Bylaw As required by Section 227 (1) of the Community Charter, the City of Kimberley hereby gives public notice of properties to be included in the Special Tax Exemption Bylaw 2484, 2013. This bylaw will be presented to Council for first three readings on Monday, September 23, 2013 and for adoption on Tuesday, October 15, 2013. Estimated Value of Exempted Municipal Taxes Roll #

Property Description

5641.250

Lot 1, District Lots 2378, 2379, 3064, 7031, KLD Plan NEP 21462, located at 415 - 302nd Avenue, commonly known as the Kimberley Golf Club

2014 $13,373.50

2015

2016

nil

nil

A proposed special exemption under Section 225 (3) of the Community Charter to reduce the class 8 land to a fixed assessment value of $677,775 for the year 2014, resulting in a proposed exemption equal to 52.57% of the estimated value of class 8 millrate taxes which would be imposed on the land for the year 2014 if it were not exempt. The proposed exemption is subject to the conditions established in an exempting agreement between the City and the owner, a copy of which is attached to and forms part of Bylaw 2484 2013. Holly Ronnquist Collector


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Almanac

School support staff reach tentative deal with gov’t

A school strike has been avoided as B.C. education support workers reach a tentative deal with the B.C. government that includes a 3.5 per cent wage increase S a l ly Mac D o n a ld Townsman Staff

Temperatures

High Low Normal ..........................17.2° ..................4° Record......................26.5°/1994 .......-5.7°/1983 Yesterday......................16.3° ..................6° Precipitation Normal.................................................1mm Record...................................12.4mm/1993 Yesterday ........................................0.2 mm This month to date.........................60.2 mm This year to date........................1381.6 mm Precipitation totals include rain and snow

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INVITATION TO TENDER

Runway Condition Reporting System The City of Cranbrook is inviting tenders for the supply of an Runway Condition Reporting System.

Prince George 15/7 Jasper 17/4

Edmonton 21/10

Kelowna 18/10 Vancouver 16/13

Castlegar 15/11

Financial assistance for this project has been provided by the Government of Canada through Transport Canada’s Airports Capital Assistance Program. Tender documents will be available from BCBid and the City’s web site under “Business – Tenders”. Tenders will be received up to 3:00 p.m. Local Time, Wednesday, October 1, 2013.

Banff 16/4 Revelstoke 14/10

Job action by school support staff has been avoided as CUPE reached a tentative deal with the B.C. government on Wednesday, September 18. The Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE), which represents more than 27,000 education workers in B.C.’s K-12 educa-

tion system, had been in negotiations with the B.C. Public School Employers’ Association (BCPSEA) since Monday. The talks came after CUPE issued a strike mandate in April, and amid concerns of job action by education support workers, who include education assistants, clerical staff, trades, aboriginal work-

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Tenders mailed must be addressed to: Corporation of the City of Cranbrook 40- 10th Avenue South Cranbrook, BC VIC 2M8 Attention: Mr. Jamie Roche, Superintendent of Airport Operations, Cranbrook Airport Services Ltd. The City of Cranbrook reserves the right, at its sole discretion, to extend the closing date and time. Tenders received after the closing time will not be considered.

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Tenders submitted by facsimile will not be considered.

ers, youth and family workers, custodians and bus drivers. The tentative deal reached on Wednesday includes a one per cent wage increase on July 1, 2013, a two per cent increase on February 1, 2014, and a 0.5 per cent increase on May 1, 2014. “CUPE BC’s 27,000 education workers are vital to keeping our schools clean, safe and inclusive,” said CUPE BC President Mark Hancock. “I want to thank all 85,000 of our members across the province, and our K-12 members in particular, for their solidarity. It’s only because we held together that we were able to negotiate a fair and reasonable contract, despite demands

for concessions from the government.” Both sides must still ratify the tentative pact, with voting dates to be announced. However, under the provincial government’s Cooperative Gains Mandate, the 3.5 per cent wage increase for school support workers has to come out of existing school district budgets. School District 5 board chair Frank Lento said that is no easy task. “It will be difficult, but we are obligated to our support workers,” he said. “We can find little bits here and there.” Lento said the board of trustees and the district’s secretary treasur-

Cranbrook residents reminded deer-feeding bylaw in effect Tow n sm a n S ta f f

Though those deer wandering around Cranbrook may sometimes look feeble and hungry, feeding them is prohibited under a city bylaw. The Deer Feeding Prohibition Bylaw deals with intentional feeding of deer. It has been in effect since October 2010.

Chris Zettel, corporate communications officer for the city, said the bylaw prohibits providing deer with food by intentionally leaving food, food waste or other attractive edible material for the sole purpose of feeding deer. “For example, leaving out a bale of hay, a bag of apples or other

PUBLIC NOTICE

Permissive Tax Exemption Bylaw As required by Section 227 (1) of the Community Charter, the City of Kimberley hereby gives public notice of properties to be included in the Permissive Property Tax Exemption Bylaw 2483, 2013. This bylaw will be presented to Council for first three readings on Monday, September 23, 2013 and for adoption on Tuesday, October 15, 2013. Estimated Value of Exempted Municipal Taxes Roll #

Property Description

3325.000

260 - 4th Ave., commonly known as the Kimberley Health Centre; 100% of unleased land and improvements

4030.000

73 - 101st Ave., commonly known as the Kimberley Independent School; 75% of land

2014

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*The above Permissive Tax Exemptions are in accordance with Section 224 of the Community Charter ** Section 227 does not require PTE’s for places of worship to be advertised Collector

er have a scheduled committee meeting on Monday where they will discuss the new budget requirement. “Our task is ahead of us now,” he said. “These unfunded demands inevitably will make us sacrifice something elsewhere. “I’m happy and I’m sad. I’m happy for our employees, that there is an agreement; sad that there is inevitably going to be some sacrifices in other areas.” Lento said he is relieved that job action by CUPE members was avoided. “I’m grateful that there is an agreement. It’s a lot better than having people on the picket line.”

compostable food scraps on a residential lot or property where these items are not consistently being grown or produced for human consumption would be seen as an infraction to the bylaw,” Zettel said. Farm operations, home fruit and vegetable gardens intended for human consumption or ornamental plants and flowers are not included as material intended for the sole purpose of feeding deer under the deer feeding bylaw. Zettel said anyone found violating the bylaw will be committing an offence and can be fined on an escalating fine schedule. The fines are $100 for the first, $200 for the second, $500 for the third offence. Each day a violation occurs constitutes a new and separate offence. To view the Deer Feeding Prohibition Bylaw 3709, 2010, visit the City of Cranbrook’s website at www.cranbrook.ca and click on ‘Council Information & Bylaws’, under the Links list on the homepage.


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Open fires to be allowed in Southeast Fire Centre Townsman Staff

The Southeast Fire Centre has rescinded the open burning prohibition for the region starting at noon today, Friday, Sept. 20. Karlie Shaughnessy, information officer at the Southeast Fire Centre, said the reason is a decreased risk of wildfires. “Although open fires will be permitted throughout the Southeast Fire Centre, the Wildfire Management Branch is asking the public to remain vigilant with any fire use, including open burning and campfires,” Shaughnessy said. “Despite the

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recent cool and wet weather, the region’s fire danger rating could increase again.” The fire centre encourages homeowners and industry personnel to take precautions with any outdoor burning activities. They suggest: • Ensuring that enough people, water and tools are on hand to control the fire and to prevent it from escaping. • Avoiding burning in windy conditions, as the weather can change quickly and the wind may carry embers to other combustible material and start new fires. • Creating a fireguard of at least one metre

around the planned fire site by clearing away twigs, grass, leaves and other combustible material. • Rather than having a large burn, consider conducting smaller burns around the perimeter beforehand to create a fuel break and to help stop the fire from spreading beyond its intended size. Each of these fires should be kept small and must be extinguished before starting a new fire. Shaughnessy noted there’s been 320 wildfires in the Southeast Fire Centre so far this season, 46 of which were caused by people.

Police say suspicious fire damaged historic city hall in Grand Forks C anadian Press

Damage to the historic city hall in Grand Forks is believed to be extensive following an early-morning fire. The first floor of the two-storey brick structure was already on in flames when crews arrived after 5:30 a.m. RCMP say the cause appears to be suspicious and have a person of inter-

est in custody. Arson investigators are on scene and structural engineers are being consulted to determine if the building is safe to enter. It’s the second major fire to hit the community in recent years. In March 2012, the Grand Forks Hotel burned to the ground after it was set on fire.

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Smell rotten eggs? It could be natural gas.

The Corporation of the City at Cranbrook

2013 TAX SALE LIST

TAKE NOTICE that the following properties which still have delinquent (2011) taxes owing at 10:00 a.m. on September 30, 2013 will be offered for sale at that time. The 2013 property tax sale shall commence at 10:00 a.m. on September 30, 2013, in the Council Chambers at City Hall, 40 - 10th Avenue South, Cranbrook, B.C. An information sheet for the tax sale is available from the City Hall. The Property Transfer Tax is payable at a rate of 1% on the first $200,000 of fair market value of the property that is transferred to the bidder (purchaser) and 2% of the remaining market value. Further information is available from the Ministry of Finance. Roll

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816.000

123 8TH AVE S

PL-NEP669 LT-30 BL-37 DL-5 Lot 29,Block 37,Plan NEP669, Part S 1/2,District Lot 5, Kootenay Land District

1294.000

23 9TH AVE S

PL-NEP669 LT-35 BL-90 DL-5 Lot 36,Block 90,Plan NEP669,District Lot 5,Kootenay Land District

1397.000

36 VAN HORNE ST N

PL-NEP669 LT-26 BL-93 DL-5 Lot 27, Block 93,Plan NEP669,District Lot 5,Kootenay Land District

1611.000

306 KOOTENAY ST N

PL-NEP669 LT-14 BL-141 DL-29 EXC PCL A (SEE 85309I),Lot 13, Block 141,PlanNEP669

2279.000

323 3RD AVE S

PL-NEP1231 LT-30 BL-318 DL-30

2637.000

507 4TH ST S

PL-NEP2939 LT-4 BL-333 DL-32 EXCEPT PCL A (SEE 159907I)

2640.000

513 4TH ST S

PL-NEP6591 LT-A DL-5

4166.000

672 BROOKVIEW CRES

PL-NEP9042 LT-19 DL-35

4773.000

126 17TH AVE S

PL-NEP8688 LT-1 DL-22

5166.000

1412 5TH ST N

PL-NEP1207 LT-1 DL-4

5382.000

901 18A AVE N

PL-NEP2727 LT-8 DL-4

5760.000

22 BRIAR AVE NW

PL-NEP11850 LT-2 DL-29

8466.400

1594 MT FISHER CRES

PL-NEP76322 LT-1 DL-2872

10266.000

321 BRIAR AVE NW

PL-NEP887 BL-215 Parcel A, (REFERENCE PLAN 70443I).

11163.100

30 COBHAM AVE W

PL-NEP17621 LT-3 DL-5 29

11169.190

422 COBHAM AVE W

PL-NEP2402 LT-19 DL-30

12058.100

1441 12TH AVE S

PL-NEP20482 LT-2 DL-3912 Except Plan NEP22918.

12724.003

817 SUMMIT DR

PL-NEP10074 LT-3 DL-3556

13073.040

1312 20TH ST S

PL-NEP20544 LT-4 DL-3911

70303.251

25-1900 10TH ST S

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70306.432

43-2025 KOOTENAY ST N

Manufactured Home Reg. # 51070, Bay # 43, MESAGROVE Manufactured Home Park

70306.460

46-2025 KOOTENAY ST N

Manufactured Home Reg. # 11582, Bay # 46, MESAGROVE Manufactured Home Park

70306.490

49-2025 KOOTENAY ST N

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musician walks onto the stage, to do something. He would do what he wearing black coattails. He bows, knew best. He would make music. Every afternoon after that, at 4 p.m., sits down and takes his cello in his hands. A few quiet moments, and then the Smailovic walked to the middle of the street where the massacre had occurred. music begins to flow. Every Western classical musician is fa- He was dressed formally, as for a performiliar with this routine, including Vedran mance. He sat on a battered camp stool placed in the crater made by Smailovic, principal cellist the shell, his cello in his hand, of the Sarajevo Opera. That playing music. All around routine changed in 1992 him, mortar shells and bulwhen he decided to perlets would fly. Yet he played form in the middle of the Rev. Yme on, a symbol of hope in a horrific war zone in his Woensdregt desperate place. city, Sarajevo. This beautiFor 22 days, one each for ful eastern European city, with its rich theatre and art traditions, had the people killed, Smailovic played in the same spot. He played to ruined homes, become Europe’s “capital of hell.” On May 27, 1992 at 4 p.m., a mortar smouldering fires, scared people hiding shell dropped in the middle of one of the in basements. He played for human digfew operational bakeries in the city. nity that is the first casualty in war. UltiTwenty–two people were killed, most of mately, he played for life, for peace, and them standing in line to get bread. Smai- for the possibility of hope that exists even lovic looked out of his window to find in the darkest hour. Asked by a journalist flesh, blood, bone, and rubble splattered whether he was not crazy doing what he over the area. It was the moment he knew was doing, Smailovic replied: “You ask me am I crazy for playing the cello; why do he had had enough. Smailovic was 37 and widely rec- you not ask if they are not crazy for shellognised as an exceptionally talented cello ing Sarajevo?” Smailovic continued to play his music player. Until that day, he was busy with his music commitments. Looking back until December 1993, in graveyards and on that time, Smailovic describes himself bombsites. He had decided to “daily offer as being “totally naïve”. He didn’t believe a musical prayer for peace.” He became a that such destruction could happen in powerful symbol of hope. English comSarajevo, even though it was happening poser David Wilde was so moved by the everywhere else in the former Yugoslavia. story that he wrote a composition for Although Smailovic was enraged by unaccompanied cello, simply called ‘The what was happening around him, he felt Cellist of Sarajevo’ into which he poured powerless to do anything about it. He was his own feelings of outrage, love, and not a politician or a soldier, just a musi- brotherhood with Vedran Smailovic. In 1994, celebrated cellist Yo Yo Ma cian. How could he do anything about the war? But neither could he just stand played the piece at the International Cello by in fear, watching people die. By dawn Festival in Manchester, England. A person of the next day, he had made up his mind in the audience described the concert:

“Quietly, almost imperceptibly, the music began, stealing out into the hushed hall and creating a shadowy, empty universe, ominous with the presence of death, haunting in its echoes. Slowly it built, growing relentlessly into an agonized, screaming, slashing furore, gripping us all, before subsiding at last into a hollow death rattle, and finally, back to the silence from which it had begun. “When he had finished, Yo Yo Ma remained bent over his cello. His bow still rested on the strings. No one in the hall moved, not a sound was made for a long, long time. It was as though we had just witnessed that horrifying massacre ourselves.” Since then, Smailovic has relocated to Belfast, Ireland, where he performs, composes, conducts, and produces music locally and internationally. But the message of his story continues and grows. American author Robert Fulghum says, “Listen. Never, ever, regret or apologise for believing that when one man or one woman decides to risk addressing the world with truth, the world may stop what it is doing and hear. There is too much evidence to the contrary. When we cease believing this, the music will surely stop. The myth of the impossible dream is more powerful than all the facts of history. In my imagination, I lay flowers at the statue memorializing Vedran Smailovic—a monument that has not yet been built, but may be.” We dare never give up hope. Even if all we can do is make music, or pray, or be silent in the face of horror, we do it and dare to imagine that it makes a difference. Yme Woensdregt is Pastor at Christ Church Anglican in Cranbrook


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John Neville, president of BC Nature and lifelong birder, presents the sounds and images of the raptors of Canada on Monday, Sept. 23 at 1 p.m. at the Cranbrook Public Library. John records the sounds of the birds in the wild with great sensitivity and field craft awareness. His major aim is that the production of his art of nature recording will make people more aware of the feathered creatures and their need for a protected habitat. During this Monday’s hourlong presentation, with the kind permission of Robert Bateman, John has linked the images of these fabulous paintings with his authentic sound recordings of raptors. He captures the audience’s attention with his vivid descriptions of the special biological features that allow raptors to be successful birds of prey. Known as the Birdsong Man, John has had a lifelong interest in birds which began in England. In 1993 he began serious field recording of birds after studying with the MacAuley Library of Natural Sounds at Cornell University, to which he has since been a regular supplier of nature recordings. He has produced 17 regional sound guides to bird identification, including the recently released two CD set Bird Songs of Eastern Canada, plus Travelling the Dempster, an ebook in which he shares his adventurous trip up the Dempsey Highway from Dawson Creek to Inuvik. He has

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John Neville, president of BC Nature (www.bcnature.ca) and birdsong expert, is holding an hour-long presentation at the Cranbrook Public Library this upcoming Monday at 1 p.m. published articles in journals for the Ontario Federation of Naturalists, BC Field Ornithologists, Wildlife Sound Recording Society, and BC Nature. Recently John’s nature recordings have been used by the Canadian Wildlife Service, CBC’s The Nature of Things and in Parks Canada inter-

pretive programs. His work is currently on exhibit in the new Robert Bateman Centre in Victoria. Seating is limited so call 250-426-4063 or drop in at the Cranbrook Public Library at 1212 2nd Street North to sign up for this free program.

What kind of Germany will emerge? It’s not a question of whether “Mutti” (Mom) will still be in power after the German election this Sunday (September 22). Of course she will: Chancellor Angela Merkel, the “mother of the nation,” will soon overtake former British prime minister Margaret Thatcher to become the longest-ruling female leader in modern European history. The question is what kind of government she will lead. It’s a big question, because Germany is the economic powerhouse of the European Union. The fate of the troubled euro currency will be decided in Berlin, as will the associated project for a closer political union. Germany has only 80 million of the EU’s 400 million citizens, but Angela Merkel is indisputably its main decision-maker. However, she cannot make those decisions alone. Coalitions are inevitable in German politics. Neither the main conservative party, Merkel’s Christian Democratic Union (permanently allied to its Bavarian sister party, the Christian Social Union), nor the biggest left-wing party, the Social Democrats, ever wins enough seats to rule alone. And Merkel may have to form a different coalition after this election, because its current partner, the centre-right Free Democratic Party, is going down. In last week’s local elections in Bavaria, the second-largest German state, the Free Democrats got only 3 percent of the vote, well short of the 5 percent threshold they must pass to win any seats in the state assembly. The same 5 percent threshold ap-

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plies in federal elections on Sunday, which means they will probably not make it back into the Bundestag (the federal parliament) either. So if they are unavailable as a coalition partner, who else is there? There are the Greens, who once looked well on their way to replacing the Free Democrats as the third-largest party. Last year, in the aftermath of the disaster at Fukushima, their anti-nuclear power policy seemed Gwynne justified to many Germans, and they were polling up to Dyer 30 percent of the vote. But Angela Merkel promptly declared that her own party would close down all of Germany’s nuclear reactors, stealing the Greens’ main issue, and their support began to plummet. Last week, for the first time in years, popular support for the Greens fell below 10 percent. They’ll still make it back into the Bundestag, but not with enough seats to make their preferred option of a Social Democrat-Green coalition viable. A Christian Democrat-Green coalition is also imaginable, though it would not be the preference of either party. However, Angela Merkel’s party may not even win enough seats to make that possible. Her personal popularity remains undented, but her party is bleeding support to the new “Alternative fuer Deutschland” party (AfD – Alternative for Germany). The AfD only launched last February, but its proposal to kill the euro and resurrect Germany’s beloved former currency, the Deutschmark, or at least to kick the weaker economies of southern Europe out

of the euro, got instant traction. “It can’t be a taboo any more (to say) that it’s an option for Germany to return to the Deutschmark,” declared Roland Klaus, the AfD’s leader, and the party began its rapid rise in the polls. It’s still not clear whether the AfD will win enough votes to clear the 5 percent threshold and enter the Bundestag, but it’s getting likelier by the day. As a populist, nationalist, anti-immigrant party its support comes mainly from the right, that is, from people who used to vote for the Christian Democrats, but its euro policy is so toxic politically that it is not a candidate for a coalition with either major party. The arithmetic for forming a new coalition is therefore getting harder and harder to do. Neither of the main parties has changed its standing much — Christian Democrats around 40 percent, Social Democrats around 25 percent — but the turbulence among the smaller parties has been so great that neither of the major parties is likely to be able to form a coalition without the other. Which brings us back to the “broad” coalition of Christian Democrats and Social Democrats that neither major party wants, but both can tolerate if they must. Indeed, that was the coalition that Angela Merkel led in her first term as chancellor in 2005-09. And poll after poll confirms that it is the coalition most voters would prefer to see – precisely because it would be unable to change very much. The Germans are happy enough right where they are. Gwynne Dyer is an independent journalist based in London

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UPCOMING Girl Guides of Canada Trefoil Guild is hosting a “Camp warming” open house on Sunday September 22nd at 8055-Wycliffe Rd from 1:00pm to 3:00pm. Monetary donations or Canadian Tire Money gratefully accepted. For more info email: guiderpamela@ gmail.com Cranbrook Community Theatre is proud to present a CCTalk with Candice Fiorentino on Sunday, September 22nd at 5:00 pm at the Stage Door Theatre on11th Ave. This is a free event. Come out and hear Candice talk about her experiences as a working actor. More info at www.cranbrookcommunitytheatre.ca Funtastic Singers Drop-In - Tuesdays starting September 24th, 6.458.15pm. CDAC Gallery, 135 10th Avenue South, Cranbrook. Casual and friendly singing drop-in for vocal enthusiasts, no experience necessary. Helen 250-426-4223 / cdac@shaw.ca DROP IN JAM ~ SOCIAL on LAST SATURDAYS, 1:30 - 4 pm, at the Seniors HALL on 2nd St. S. welcomes everyone ! 250.489.2720 *Oct. Jam moved up to 19th. 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EDMONTON - The Edmonton Oilers have taken another step in locking up their young core by signing Ryan Nugent-Hopkins to a seven-year contract. Nugent-Hopkins got US$42 million, the same amount the Oilers gave Taylor Hall on his seven-year deal. The $6-million cap hit is also the same as Jordan Eberle’s, making

for uniformity among Edmonton’s top young forwards. Nu g e nt- Ho p k i n s, the first pick in the 2011 draft, has 22 goals and 54 assists in 102 career NHL games. His extension starts in the 2014-15 season. The Oilers have just over $41 million of salary-cap commitments to 10 players for next season. That does not include a new deal for

defenceman Justin Schultz. But Edmonton’s priority during its youth movement has been cultivating young f o r w a rd s. Nu gent-Hopkins was the second of three straight No. 1 picks, sandwiched between Hall in 2010 and Nail Yakupov in 2012. Yakupov has two seasons left on his entry-level contract.

With back surgury looming, Murray set to miss rest of season ASSOCIATED PRESS

LONDON - Wimbledon champion Andy Murray will have minor surgery on a long-standing back problem and is set to miss the rest of the season. “The aim is to be fully fit for the new season,” said a statement released by Murray’s management company on Thursday. The third-ranked Murray is likely to miss the season-ending ATP World Tour Finals in London on Nov. 4-11, as

well as the Masters events in Shanghai and Paris in October. There are 13 tournaments left on this year’s schedule. Murray has had problems with his back before this year, but the complaint flared up at the Rome Masters in May, forcing him to pull out of the French Open that month. He returned to win grass-court titles at the Queen’s Club and Wimbledon, where he beat Novak Djokovic in the final to become Britain’s

first male singles champion at the All England Club in 77 years. “But after recently playing on hard courts and clay, Andy once again sought medical advice about solving the issue once and for all,” the statement said. The Scot’s last competitive outing of 2013 looks set to be in Britain’s Davis Cup match against Croatia last week, when he won two singles to help his team return to the world group.

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Cranbrook Special Olympian Erin Thom has been honoured with the 2012-13 Athletic Achievement Award, for her sporting accomplishments this season. Thom, who was surprised with the award during registration day for the 2013-14 season at the SOBC office in Cranbrook, was surrounded by all her coaches who have helped her get on her way since getting involved with Special Olympics over 22 years ago. Thom was busy this past season, namely with capturing a pair of medals and earning a fourth place finish at the Special Olympics World Winter Games in alpine skiing, hosted by Korea. In addition to the Winter Games, she also was selected to participate in the inaugural National Golf Tournament in Ontario, and hit the diamonds in Langley to compete in the Special Olympics B.C. Summer Games. Thom has had quite the career as an SOBC athlete.

She captured her first World Games gold medal in 1997—one of her most memorable experiences, and has medaled for alpine skiing in every single one of the four World Winter Games and National Winter Games she’s competed in. However, it was soccer that first got her into Special Olympics, but she went on to compete in skiing, five-pin bowling, softball, swimming, golf and power lifting. Thom put in a lot of hard work for the 2013 Special Olympics World Winter Games, and was rewarded with the results she achieved on the podium. Being a 22-year veteran of Special Olympics, she also took on a leadership role, leading her teammates in listening to coaches and diplomatically settling any issues with team leaders. At the National Golf Tournament in 2012, Thom earned a bronze medal in her division and stood out for her driving ability off the tee box. “Erin can really crush a ball off the tee,” reported SOBC’s Shawn

Fevens. “She probably outdrove half the guys.” Thom collected another bronze medal with her Cranbrook/Kimberley softball team at the Special Olympic B.C. Summer Games. Well-known for her accomplishments in the community, Thom was selected as Cranbrook’s representative to run the torch into Western Financial Place to light the cauldron during the 2010 BC Winter Games. She lives independently with a roommate and is known for volunteering at every single local Special Olympics event. Thom would like to thank all of the following coaches for mentoring her on her Special Olympics: Harry Grombach (soccer), Mick McLellan (skiing), Joan MacKinnon (swimming), Steve Norton (skiing), Emily Mittermayr (bowling), Laurie Dickson (powerlifting), Penny Coyle (swimming), Christine & Craig Larson (softball), Dave Fiorentino (softball), John Scott (golf), Bob McLeish (skiing), Joanne Carlisle (deceased - bowling)

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LONDON - Quick as can be, Usain Bolt is backtracking on his retirement plans. Less than three weeks ago, the Olympic champion said he planned to stop sprinting after the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Olympics. But the Jamaican said Thursday he is looking to extend his career by a year, meaning RSS

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he could quit after the 2017 world championships in London. “I am definitely reconsidering,” the 27-year-old Bolt said while in London on a book promotion tour. “I think my fans especially have really voiced their concern about me retiring. “They think I should carry on and so do my

sponsors. I have discussed it with my coach and he says it is possible. We will see what happens but it’s on the cards that I will extend it by one more year.” The 2020 Tokyo Olympics are not in his thoughts. “It’s a long way away, but if I win the next Olympics I will have done everything I want-

ed to do in my career,” Bolt said. “So there would be no reason to continue.” Bolt won the 100, 200 and 4x100-meter relay at the 2008 Beijing Olympics and again at last year’s London Games. He won the same three golds at the 2009 worlds before repeating that feat in Moscow last month.


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INTO THE WILD: Mount Baker Wild soccer coach Jesse Jarvis directs a drill, while Axel Chore puts a shot on net during practice at the school this week. High school sports has begun at Mount Baker, with the Wild football team kicking things off with a loss to a squad in Medicine Hat last weekend. The soccer team will head to Creston this week for their first tournament of the season, while the senior girls volleyball squad heads to Invermere for their opening event.

Johnson switching positions for rematch with Eskimos Judy Owen Canadian Press

WINNIPEG - Jovon Johnson isn’t surprised it’s his turn to be pulled into the upside-down world that’s been the struggling Winnipeg Blue Bombers’ 2013 season. The CFL’s top defensive player in 2011 will switch from cornerback to safety when Winnipeg (2-9) hosts the Edmonton Eskimos (2-9) on Friday night. Injuries are also forcing two new offensive linemen who began practising Tuesday to make their CFL debuts in the battle between the league’s two worst teams. Edmonton snapped an eight-game losing streak last weekend with a 25-7 home win over the Bombers. “I’ve been in the defence probably longer than all of our coaches so I know what’s going on, I know the defence inside and out,” Johnson said after Thursday’s walkthrough. “It makes more sense to move me to safety and switch one

guy versus moving three guys that are all rookies into different spots and having them learn new jobs on the fly.” Johnson, who hasn’t played safety since November 2011, replaces the injured Cauchy Muamba (ankle). Defensive back Marty Markett will move to Johnson’s corner spot. Edmonton head coach Kavis Reed predicted Johnson will do just fine with his new role. “Jovon is a very cerebral football player,” Reed said. “I know he’ll be able to make all the checks. “He’s more explosive than people think and he’s very instinctive. And those are a lot of the qualities of a free safety.” After injuries to veteran offensive tackles Glenn January and Shannon Boatman, the Bombers brought in Americans Dan Knapp and Jarvis Jones and they’ll see action at right and left tackle, respectively. “It’s strange but I’m actually excited about

it,” said Knapp, who played in four NFL exhibition games last year with the Oakland Raiders. The biggest differences Knapp must adjust to are the new rules and defences lining up a yard off the ball. “It’s something I’ve got to adjust to, but I’ve been playing this game since the sixth grade,” he said. “It comes natural, to a certain extent.” Edmonton defensive ends Marcus Howard and Odell Willis will try to take advantage of the newcomers.

“Hopefully I can and hopefully I do because if I don’t the guys will get on me,” Howard said. Howard noted he joined the Eskimos three years ago on a Wednesday and got into the lineup two days later because of an injury to current Bomber Greg Peach. Willis said there may be a few CFL “tricks” they can throw at Knapp and Jones, but he doesn’t expect the newcomers to be too out of sync. “Even though they’re two new tackles, I don’t think this will be their

first time playing football,” Willis said. Knapp and Jones will have the task of helping protect starter Max Hall, another change from last week’s roster. For those trying to keep track of Winnipeg’s quarterback carousel, former Bomber Buck Pierce (traded to B.C. on Sept. 8 for receiver Akeem Foster) started the club’s first four games before being injured. Justin Goltz then started two games, Hall the two after that before Goltz returned to start the last three contests.

Blue Jays slugger Edwin Encarnacion undergoes successful wrist surgery C anadian Press

TORONTO - First baseman Edwin Encarnacion of the Toronto Blue Jays underwent successful surgery Thursday to clean up cartilage in his left wrist. The all-star slugger had the procedure done in Cleveland, manager John Gibbons said in a pre-game availability before Toronto played the New York Yankees at Rogers Centre. Encarnacion, who went on the disabled list earlier this week, had 36 homers, 104 RBIs and a .272 batting average this season.

He’s expected to need about two months of recovery time before he can swing a bat again. The procedure is not expected to affect any other off-season training. Gibbons didn’t have an update on all-star reliever Brett Cecil, who was recently added to the 15-day DL with a sore elbow. Cecil is scheduled to have an MRI exam later this week. The left-hander has a 5-1 record this season with a 2.82 earned-run average and one save.

ATLANTA - Henrik Stenson looked like he couldn’t miss Thursday in the Tour Championship. Tiger woods didn’t make a thing. Stenson ran off five birdies over a six-hole stretch on the front nine at East Lake. His last birdie, a 5-iron from 223 yards to 4 feet on the par-3 18th hole, gave him a 6-under 64 and a one-shot lead over Masters champion Adam Scott. Scott made six birdies in seven holes for a 29 on the back nine. “First seven holes is probably as good a proximity to the hotel as I’ve ever had,” Stenson said. “Seven iron shots and made five birdies out of that.”

“First seven holes is probably as good a proximity to the hotel as I’ve ever had. Seven Iron shots and made five birdies out of that.” Henrik Stenson There were birdies galore on a warm, relatively calm afternoon at East Lake - except for Woods. Woods missed a short birdie putt on his opening hole that set the tone for the day. He was the only player in the 30-man field to go without a birdie. On the par 5s, Woods three-putted for par on No. 9 and missed a putt just inside 10 feet on No. 15. It was only the seventh time in his PGA Tour career - and third time at East Lake - that he went an entire round

without a birdie. Woods shot a 73, matching his highest opening round of the year on the PGA Tour. He walked past reporters without comment. Stenson, the No. 2 seed and the hottest player in golf over the last three months, and Scott (No. 3) only have to win the Tour Championship to capture the FedEx Cup and the $10 million prize. Steve Stricker rallied late with three straight birdies for a 66, tied with Billy Horschel. Stenson began his big run with four straight tournaments in the top 3 - including two majors and a World Golf Championship and then won the Deutsche Bank Championship. But he was coming off a mediocre performance in the BMW Championship last week that left him so angry he smashed and broke his driver on the final hole, and then smashed up a locker at Conway Farms. Plus, he was coping with a sore wrist from last weekend that hurt so much he only played nine holes this week in practice. It was the latest example of the Swede’s temper, and he handled it with an apology to Conway Farms and self-deprecating humour. “I really knew I had to be in a good frame of mind coming out there if I wanted to play good golf this week,” Stenson said. “As some of you noticed, I wasn’t that on Monday when I finished up in Chicago. So it was a good turnaround mentally. I stayed very level-headed - kept the head on, both myself and drivers and played a great round of golf.”

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‘The Hot Flashes’ come to Cranbrook to fight cancer Submitted

On Thursday, September 26, Cranbrook will host the second Canadian screening of the new Brooke Shields’ comedy, The Hot Flashes and raise funds for the Canadian Cancer Society. The movie involves five middle-aged women – former high school basketball champs – who challenge a crew of sassy high school girls to a basketball tournament in order to raise funds to keep a mobile mammography unit operating in their community. Featuring an all-star cast, The Hot Flashes brings humour, passion and a commitment to cancer prevention to the big screen. “We’re so pleased to have been able to share The Hot Flashes with the audience in Kelowna and are thrilled to be a part of bringing the movie to Cranbrook. It’s so great to see the community excitement around such a fantastic cause,” said Sophie Roux, TVA Films.
 The movie premiere is being presented by House of Rose Winery, a Kelowna-based winery that produces Hot Flash wine. Winery co-owner, Aura Rose, said she first heard about the movie when Brooke Shields’ assistant requested a couple of cases of Hot Flash wine for the  wrap party of the movie’s filming

Brooke Shields, Camryn Manheim, Virginia Madsen, Daryl Hannah and Wanda Sykes in The Hot Flashes, which will screen in Cranbrook on Thursday, September 26. last spring. Ever since, Rose has been working to bring an event involving the film to B.C. and hosted its premiere in Kelowna on September 5. “It’s been fun and rewarding to bring this film to Kelowna and now to Cran-

brook.  As a winemaker you don’t tend to get this close to Hollywood!  More importantly, it allows us the opportunity to support the Canadian Cancer Society,” said Rose. “If we can encourage even one woman to get a mammography during this

process, it will truly be a success.” The exclusive event is $25 a ticket and includes a glass of Hot Flash wine, appetizers and a private screening of the movie at Cranbrook’s Columbia Theatre.  Seats are limited so it’s

encouraged to get your tickets early. Since the movie is only available in Canada on DVD (will not be in theatres), this is the only time a Cranbrook audience will be able to see the movie on the big screen, thanks to Landmark Cinema’s Columbia

Theatre and TVA Films out of Montreal. Tickets can be purchased or inquiries made by contacting the Canadian Cancer Society’s Cranbrook office located at 19-9th Avenue or at 250426-8916. “We are excited to be part of this film screening and a fun ‘ladies night out’ in Cranbrook. Unique fundraising events like this go a long way in helping us to make a real impact in the fight against cancer,” said Allison McCarthy, Annual Giving Coordinator for the Canadian Cancer Society. “We are truly honoured to have this support and to be able to raise awareness about women’s cancers and the importance of early detection and screening while watching a fun, empowering movie.” The film’s stars showed their support for the cancer fight during the American launch of the movie in late June, even filming a PSA to raise awareness about the importance of mammograms. The U.S. premiere served as a fundraiser for the American Cancer Society. The Hot Flashes features Brooke Shields, Wanda Sykes, Daryl Hannah, Virginia Madsen and Camryn Manheim. The movie is directed by Susan Seidelman.

EK Brain Injury Association to host ‘Thrillusion’ fundraiser Submitted

The East Kootenay Brain Injury Association (EKBIA) will be hosting STAGe FRiGHT, “The THRILLusion Show” as a pre-Halloween fundraiser on Sunday, September 29, at 4 p.m. The show will be held at the Key City Theatre in Cranbrook. Billed as 90 minutes of spine-tingling Halloween magic and mystery for the whole family, STAGE FRiGHT promises to be like nothing you’ve ever seen before. It’s a haunted stage show with nerve-shattering illusions guaranteed to give you goosebumps. The show is the brain-child of master illusionist John Kaplan, who

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B.C. does not need two Liberal parties: Dix VANCOUVER — Outgoing New Democratic Party Leader Adrian Dix says British Columbians don’t need a second Liberal party as New Democrats work to modernize the party and choose a new leader. Dix says the NDP needs to go through a re-adjustment period but without tossing out its core values that consistently bring the party 40 per cent of the popular vote in provincial elections. He says the goal of the renewed NDP should involve keeping its traditional voter base, while still devel-

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He received a standing ovation from delegates, telling them the NDP will seek to drive change that benefits the province’s regions, especially rural and remote areas.

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Greenpeace says Canadians among activists on ship boarded by Russians in Arctic C ANADIAN PRESS

Two Canadian activists are among a group of 25 people who were being held at gunpoint aboard a Greenpeace ship, the environmental group said Thursday. Arctic Campaign Co-ordinator Christy Ferguson said Paul Ruzycki of Port Colborne, Ont., and a man from Montreal whose name was not released were arrested when Russian Coast Guard officers boarded their vessel, which Greenpeace says was in international waters. Ferguson said at least 15 members of the Coast Guard used helicopters and ropes to rappel on board the Arctic Sunrise, a Greenpeace ship carrying a crew bent on protesting offshore oil drilling in the Arctic. The crew were being held in the ship’s mess, she said, adding no injuries have been report-

In this image made available by Greenpeace, activists from the vessel Arctic Sunrise clash with Russian coast guard officials. ed. The incident took place Thursday as the ship was circling an oil platform in the Pechora Sea, an arm of the Barents Sea. The platform was owned by Gazprom, a Russian oil company. Ferguson decried the incident, saying Russian authorities had no jurisdiction over a ship that

was sailing in international waters and no need to resort to threatening tactics. “This was a peaceful protest against reckless industrial activity in the Arctic,’’ Ferguson said in a telephone interview from Toronto. “Russian authorities have responded with extreme aggression and

force. They’ve pointed guns at people, they’ve pointed knives at people. They’re arresting people and holding them without information in international waters.’’ Ferguson said Ruzycki, who was serving as the chief mate aboard the ship, is a veteran crusader who is no

stranger to confrontations. “He’s been sailing with Greenpeace for about 25 years, and he’s been in a lot of tense situations and is really committed to this kind of work,’’ she said. Messages left for family members were not immediately returned. Ferguson said tensions have been flaring between the two parties for some time. While on board the ship two weeks ago, Ferguson said she negotiated with Coast Guard officials who were threatening to fire on the Arctic Sunrise if they persisted in their protests. Earlier this week, Russian officials detained two crew members who were attempting to climb onto an oil platform. Those crew members were held on a Russian ship before being returned to the Arctic Sunrise, she said.

1890 shipwreck of Canadian schooner found in Lake Ontario Associated Press

OSWEGO, N.Y. — The battered wreck of a Canadian schooner that sank in Lake Ontario during a sudden squall more than a century ago has been found off the lake’s central New York shore, a team of undersea U.S. explorers said Thursday. Jim Kennard, Roger Pawlowski and Roland Stevens said they found the wreck of the Ocean Wave while searching for historic shipwrecks off Oswego. The 25-metre Ocean Wave was hauling hemlock lumber and lath from Trenton, Ont., to Oswego when it went down about 25 kilometres from the New York shore during a violent squall in November 1890. All five men aboard were lost, including the captain, Thomas Brokenshire, of Port Hope, Ont., on the lake’s northern shore.

The ship broke apart and sections floated around the lake’s eastern end before eventually sinking in about 90 metres of water, Kennard said. Kennard said one of Brokenshire’s descendants told the explorers that an acquaintance of the captain later wrote that Brokenshire was making his final voyage before retiring. The explorers said they first came across evidence of the wreck last year while using side-scan sonar. They returned to the site this summer and used a remote-operated vehicle to obtain video images of the wreck. They said the Ocean Wave was the only known schooner to have capsized and then sunk in that area of Lake Ontario. In July, the trio announced the discovery of a 16-metre schooner that sank during a storm in 1839.

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US court rules judge can’t stay on bench and moonlight as comedian David Porter Associated Press

NEWARK, N.J. — New Jersey municipal judge Vince Sicari, who is also an established stand-up comedian and actor, resigned Thursday after the state Supreme Court ruled he can’t moonlight as an entertainer. Sicari told The Associated Press he tendered his resignation after the high court released a unanimous opinion that said his acting and comedy career is “incompatible’’ with judicial conduct codes and essentially gave him the choice of doing one or the other. “I’m not surprised by the result, but I’m very disappointed,’’ Sicari said. “I take great pride in being a judge and to give that up is disappointing.’’ The 44-year-old lawyer, whose stage name is Vince August, has carved out a career as a comic and actor, appearing on network television, in New York City comedy clubs and as a warm-up for Comedy Central audiences. He was also a part-time municipal judge in South Hackensack, where he handled things like traffic ticket

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British parking lots let drivers pay with horse chestnuts ASSOCIATED PRESS

LONDON — It’s the next best thing to parking that costs peanuts: parking that costs chestnuts. A company that runs parking lots in the English cities of Leeds and Manchester is temporarily letting drivers pay with the dark brown seeds that fall from horse chestnut trees each autumn. Town Centre Car Parks is accepting horse chestnuts for parking time at a rate of 20 pence (32 cents) apiece. So far it has collected about 1,500 of the nuts, known as conkers after the traditional schoolyard game in which children try to smash them.

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Vince A. Sicari, a South Hackensack, N.J., Municipal Judge, performs at Carolines on Broadway comedy clubin New York. taken in New York. cases and disorderly persons offences. Several justices had questioned whether the public could separate Sicari’s position as a judge from roles he has played on the ABC hidden camera show “What Would You Do?’’ in which he has portrayed homophobic and racist characters. That dilemma played a central role in Thursday’s ruling, as the justices noted that someone tuning into the show might not know that actors were used in the sketches. They applied the same

standard for Sicari’s stand-up performances. “In the course of his routines, Sicari has demeaned certain people based on national origin and religion and has revealed his political leanings,’’ according to the court’s opinion. “The court cannot ignore the distinct possibility that a person who has heard a routine founded on humour disparaging certain ethnic groups and religions will not be able to readily accept that the judge before whom he or she appears can maintain the objectivity

and impartiality that must govern all municipal court proceedings.’’ Sicari, who is a member of the Screen Actors Guild and other professional performers’ unions, has said his entertainment work entitles him to health benefits and earns him more than his $13,000-a-year part-time judge salary. Sicari said he would continue practicing law, which the Supreme Court said in its opinion he is entitled to do and which he has done during the time he was a judge.

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The weeklong “Bonkers for Conkers’’ campaign was due to end Sunday, but company spokesman Matthew Williamson said Thursday it may be extended. The chestnuts are only being accepted at staffed parking lots, not automated ticket machines. “You can’t put conkers into coin slots,’’ he noted. The company said the project aimed to raise awareness about carbon emissions from automobiles and it plans to sponsor a forest to help offset carbon emissions. It hasn’t decided yet what to do with the conkers.

Man charged with DUI, had beer on riding mower in road ASSOCIATED PRESS

MURRYSVILLE, Pa. — A western Pennsylvania man has been charged with driving drunk while carrying an open can of beer — on a riding lawn mower. Murrysville police say they found 55-year-old Thomas Marrone driving the mower along a road just before 1:30 a.m. Aug. 30. Police say Marrone smelled of alcohol and had an open can of Coors

Light beer in the mower’s storage compartment. They say he told them he was driving to his Murrysville home — some 6.4 miles away. Marrone didn’t immediately return a phone message left at his home Thursday, and online court records don’t list an attorney for him. He faces a preliminary hearing Tuesday on charges including driving under the influence and driving with a suspended license.

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Footprint of destruction inside Sierra Rim Fire largest since 1300s Tr acie Cone Associated Press

SACRAMENTO, Calif. — A fire that raged in forest land in and around Yosemite National Park has left a barren moonscape in the Sierra Nevada mountains that experts say is larger than any burned in centuries. The fire has consumed about 400 square miles, and within that footprint are a solid 60 square miles that burned so intensely that everything is dead, researchers said. “In other words, it’s nuked,’’ said Jay Miller, senior wildland fire ecologist with the U.S. Forest Service. “If you asked most of the fire ecologists working in the Sierra Nevada, they would call this unprecedented.’’ Smaller pockets inside the fire’s footprint also burned hot enough to wipe out trees and other vegetation. In total, Miller estimates that almost 40 per cent of the area inside the fire’s boundary is nothing but charred land. Other areas that burned left trees scarred but alive. Using satellite imagery, Miller created a map of the devastation in the wake of the third-largest wildfire in California history and the largest recorded in the Sierra Nevada. Biologists who have mapped and studied the ages and scarring of trees throughout the mountain

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This photo released by NASA shows a self-portrait taken by the NASA rover Curiosity in Gale Crater on Mars.

NASA rover finds no hint of methane in Mars air Alicia Chang Associated Press

LOS ANGELES — NASA’s Curiosity rover hasn’t discovered any signs of methane in the atmosphere of Mars, a finding that does not bode well for the possibility that microbes capable of producing the gas could be living below the planet’s surface, scientists said Thursday. Since landing in Gale Crater last year, the car-size rover has taken in Mars air and scanned it with a tiny laser in search of methane. On Earth, most of the gas is a byproduct of life, spewed when animals digest or plants decay. Curiosity lacks the tools to directly hunt for

simple life, past or present. But scientists had high hopes that the rover would inhale methane after orbiting spacecraft and Earthbased telescopes detected plumes of the gas several years ago. “If you had microbial life somewhere on Mars that was really healthy and cranking away, you might see some of the signatures of that in the atmosphere,’’ said mission scientist Paul Mahaffy of NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center. During Curiosity’s first eight months on the red planet, it sniffed the air during the day and at night as the season changed from spring to summer. “Every time we

looked, we never saw it,’’ said Christopher Webster, of NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, who led the research published online in the journal Science. Webster said while the result was “disappointing in many ways,’’ the hunt for the elusive gas continues. While methane is linked to living things, it can also be made by non-biological processes. Earlier this month, Curiosity reached its first rest stop in its long trek toward Mount Sharp, a mountain rising from Gale Crater near the equator. The rover will take monthly readings of the Martian atmosphere during the road trip, expected to last almost a year.

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range have been able to determine the severity and size of fires that occurred historically. Miller says a fire has not left such a contiguous moonscape since before the Little Ice Age, which began in 1350. In the decades before humans began controlling fire in forests, the Sierra would burn every 10 to 20 years, clearing understory growth on the ground and opening up clearings for new tree growth. Modern-day practices of fire suppression, combined with cutbacks in forest service budgets and a desire to reduce smoke impacts in the polluted San Joaquin Valley, have combined to create tinderboxes, experts say. Drought, and dryness associated with a warming climate also have contributed to the intensity of fires this year, researchers say. “If you had a fire every 20 years, you wouldn’t have many like this or you’d never have trees that were 400 years old,’’ Miller said. Some areas of the Stanislaus National Forest ravaged by the Rim Fire had not burned in 100 years. Most of the land that now resembles a moonscape burned on Aug. 21 and Aug. 22, when the fire jumped to canopies and was spreading the fastest. In Yosemite National Park, where lightning fires mostly are allowed to burn out naturally

and prescribed burns mimic natural conditions, the destruction was much less. The Rim Fire has burned 77,000 acres in wilderness areas in the northeast corner of Yosemite, but only 7 per cent of that area was considered high intensity that would result in tree mortality, said Chris Holbeck, a resource biologist for the National Park Service. “It really burned here much like a prescribed fire would to a large degree because of land management practices,’’ Holbeck said. “Fire plays a natural part of that system. It can’t all be old growth forests, though Yosemite holds some of the oldest trees in the Sierra.’’ Short-term impacts in the park could include the displacement of a unique and threatened subspecies of great grey owls that makes its home in treetops. The Rim Fire started Aug. 17, when a hunter’s fire spread, and continues to burn. It is named for a ridge near the location where the fire started — The Rim of the World, an overlook above a gorge carved by the Tuolumne River. The area that burned in 1987 and again in 1996 was filled with chaparral. By the time the Rim Fire ripped through the canyon, it developed its own weather system that pushed it to consume up to 50,000 acres in a day.

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Annie’s Mailbox by Kathy Mitchell and Marcy Sugar Dear Annie: I have been with my husband for 19 years, married for nine. I love him and never had any serious issues with our marriage until four months ago. That’s when I discovered that my husband was having an affair. He’s been lying to me about it for nearly three years, telling me his work schedule changed. We sought marriage counseling, but he wouldn’t go back after the first session. He knows I have all of the details of his relationship with this woman. He says he’s trying to work on our marriage, but I am not sure he is sincere. I thought I could trust him, and he ripped my heart out. Annie, I have processed all of the disappointments and believe I can move on. But my husband says he wants to save our marriage. I don’t want to set myself up to be hurt like this again. What should I do? -- Need a Word of Truth from Him Dear Need: A man who truly wants to save his marriage would go back with you for counseling, work on the hard issues for as long as it takes and be completely transparent in all his dealings so you can learn to trust him again. Tell him that’s the deal if he wants you to stay. If he is unwilling to take those steps, it means he is not ready to change the mindset and behavior that led to the affair. We hope he will agree to do the necessary work. If not, please see a good lawyer and get counseling on your own to help prepare you for the next step. Dear Annie: A few of your readers have written saying that restaurant etiquette has flown the coop. Well, here’s my gripe: Nothing bothers me more than watching an adult place a diapered infant on the table. There is nothing separating that diaper from the dishes. Restaurant tables are barely swept of crumbs before another customer sits down. I can only imagine what might leak out of that infant. Ewwwwww. -- M.L. Dear M.L.: There’s worse. We’re sure to hear from readers who have witnessed infants being changed on the table while patrons were eating around them. We know parents appreciate those restroom facilities that are not only clean, but provide changing tables for just this purpose. There are also foldable, portable, washable changing pads that parents can bring with them and use anywhere (other than a restaurant table, please). Dear Annie: I had to respond to “Venting in Oregon,” the couple that was disgusted and annoyed by the noise from the neighbor’s two toddlers. I had a noisy, screaming young child myself at one time. I spent hours every day dealing with the continuous screaming and chaos. It was a real party to take him to public places, especially when I had to go to the grocery store. I never knew what kind of meltdown would ensue. I only knew that others in the vicinity would make comments about me, my parenting style, my child’s behavior and anything else unkind and negative that they could think to say, always making sure it was loud enough for me to hear. I was trying so hard, and it truly disturbed me to be criticized openly by strangers who had no idea what my days and nights were like with this child. He was finally diagnosed with an autistic spectrum disorder and began to receive appropriate therapies. It turned out he was brilliant once he could focus properly. He is now an absolutely lovely person who is well liked and respected by people who know him. So to “Venting in Oregon,” if you can’t help your neighbors with their children, at least try to be as patient and gracious as you can manage. No one really knows what goes on in someone else’s home. -- Been There, Done That Annie’s Mailbox is written by Kathy Mitchell and Marcy Sugar, longtime editors of the Ann Landers column. Please email your questions to anniesmailbox@comcast.net, or write to: Annie’s Mailbox, c/o Creators Syndicate, 737 3rd Street, Hermosa Beach, CA 90254. To find out more about Annie’s Mailbox and read features by other Creators Syndicate writers and cartoonists, visit the Creators Syndicate Web page at www.creators.com. COPYRIGHT 2013 CREATORS.COM


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Sharon was a chosen child, and came home to Kimberley with her loving parents Joyce and Eric Bisgrove, shortly after her birth. She loved growing up in the mountains, and spending long, hot, summer days at the family property at Wasa Lake. She graduated from Selkirk High in Kimberley. After graduation she was a participant in the Katimavik program, then moved to Vancouver. She later lived in Coquitlam, Burnaby and Richmond before finally settling in North Delta in 2004. Sharon loved travelling. Her favourite destination was Las Vegas, but there were numerous other trips including Europe, Mexico, Hawaii, and Montreal. She also attended baseball games in 26 major league parks, seeing numerous U.S. cities along the way. Sharon was a real animal lover, and could often be found curled up at home with her beloved rabbits and cats. Sharon was predeceased by her mother, Joyce Bisgrove, and Bryanâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s dad Mike Wray. Left to mourn her passing are her loving father Eric Bisgrove, her spouse Bryan and his mom Sherry, her brother Brent Bisgrove (Mariko), and their son Tomo, her sister Dale Lachapelle (Mario) and their children Kirsten and Kolby, sister Jo-Ann Erickson (Andy), uncle Frank Bisgrove, uncle Bill Turner (Irene), aunt Marion Johnstone (Glen) as well as many other relatives and lifelong friends. Sharon will be deeply missed, and lovingly remembered forever in our hearts.

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Long time local resident Ronald Benson passed away peacefully surrounded by his loving family members after a lengthy illness on Tuesday, September 17, 2013 at East Kootenay Regional Hospital in Cranbrook at 77 years of age. Ron was born on July 21, 1936 at St. Eugene Hospital in Cranbrook. In his early years he worked for Cominco as a millwright and then in construction in the East Kootenays. Ron was very proud of his family. He had a great love for the outdoors. His favourite spot in the valley was at White Swan Lake. Ron was a great mentor to all who knew him. Ron is survived by the love of his life, his wife of 60 years Gert Benson, his three children Pam (Steve) Carnie, Richard, Mike (Michelle), six grandchildren Amber, Shawn and Kiel Carnie, Tiffany, Natasha and Bobby Benson, two great grandchildren Nevaeh and Jayden Benson, two brothers Donny (Carlene) and Walter (Caroline), his sister Diane (Peter) Leiman and many nieces and nephews. The greatest loss in Ronâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s life was losing his son Bradley in July of 1981, forever changing his life. A memorial service for Ron will be held on Monday, September 23, 2013 at the Cranbrook Alliance Church at 2:00 pm. Ronâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Interment will follow in Westlawn Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, those wishing to make a memorial donation in Ronâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s honour may do so to the: The Kidney Foundation of Canada, 200, 4940 - Canada Way Burnaby, British Columbia, V5G 4K6. Arrangements entrusted to McPherson Funeral Service. Condolences for the family can be offered at: www.mcphersonfh.com

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The Brick in Cranbrook BC is looking for someone to join their team as a full time warehouse/delivery representative. Duties will include loading/unloading of inventory, delivery of product into customer homes, showroom and warehouse inventory maintenance, inventory reporting and general store maintenance duties. A valid Class 5 drivers licence is mandatory with experience driving larger cube trucks preferential. Applicants must be physically able to handle heavy products, be handy with tools, be familiar with basic computer programs and have a priority of top notch customer service. Hourly wage based on experience in the above tasks. Health and dental bene¿ts after 6 months. Apply in person to: Shari Reid, Store Manager The Brick @ 501 Slater Road, Cranbrook Monday to Friday 9am-4pm

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OPEN HOUSES Saturday Sept 21 11:00am - 12:00pm 1321 - 20A St. S. $449,900 3785 sq ft of spectacular living space. 6 bdrms, 4 bath, hardwood, double garage plus shop, fenced yard. 10062875 Joy Anderson

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MULTI-FAMILY garage sale. 601 Laurier St. W. Cranbrook. Saturday, Sept. 21. 9am to 4pm. No early birds.

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MULTI FAMILY Gigantic Fundraising Garage Sale. Saturday Sept 21st 9:00am to 12:00 noon 1609- Mt. Pyramid Cres. Sponsored by Kimberley/Cranbrook Highland Dance Association. Support you local Highland Dancer.

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ST. LOUIS â&#x20AC;&#x201D; Pfc. John Eddington was fighting in Europe in World War II when he learned his wife gave birth to a daughter. From the battlefield he penned a letter, sweetly telling the little girl how much he loved her and longed to see her. But he never made it home, and the letter and his Purple Heart medal ended up in a box thousands of miles away from Peggy Smith, the daughter who was told nearly nothing about him. Years after a Missouri woman found the box of mementos and underwent an exhaustive search to find the daughter who grew up hesitant to ask about her father because it upset her mother, the letter and medal will be handed over to Smith on Saturday in what figures to be an emotional ceremony in Dayton, Nev., where Smith lives. It was 14 years ago that Donna Gregory was helping her then-husband clean out his grandparentsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; home in Arnold, Mo., a St. Louis suburb. Gregory stumbled upon a cardboard box filled with World War II memorabilia related to Eddington, though no one knows why. Eddington was from Leadwood, Mo., about 75 miles southwest of St. Louis. Neither Gregory nor Smith know what connection the Arnold couple had to Eddington. Gregory sorted through several letters, including the War Departmentâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s message to Eddingtonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s mother about his death in Italy in June 1944, four months after his daughterâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s birth. At the bottom of the box she found the Purple Heart, the medal awarded to members of the Armed Forces wounded or killed in action. Gregory, of St. Louis, then spent the next 14 years in libraries and on the Internet trying to track down the elusive daughter. She called every Eddington in Missouri, trying to find the right Peggy. No one could help. Earlier this year she enlisted the help of friends and began reaching out on Facebook, leading to a breakthrough â&#x20AC;&#x201D; she found Peggy Smith.

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Nearly 2,000 miles from St. Louis, Smith said she knew her father died in the war, and knew he earned the Purple Heart. But she didnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t know what happened to it. Smith figured her mother had lost the medal or given it away â&#x20AC;&#x201D; until Gregory called. â&#x20AC;&#x153;It was an unforgettable moment,â&#x20AC;? Gregory said. Smith said she was â&#x20AC;&#x153;stunned.â&#x20AC;? Gregory was touched by the medal, and especially moved by the letter in the box penned by Eddington to his newborn daughter. She declined to quote directly from it, saying Smith should read it first. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s basically a soldier who is pouring out his heart on paper to his daughter,â&#x20AC;? Gregory, 46, said of the letter. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s a letter written so she would know how much her daddy loved her.â&#x20AC;? Beyond his death in war, Smith knew little about her father since her heartbroken mother could rarely bring herself to discuss the lost love of her life. â&#x20AC;&#x153;My mom didnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t tell me much about my dad,â&#x20AC;? Smith said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I think she was just distraught. She was so much in love with him. I learned as a young girl not to bring it up because she would just get so upset.â&#x20AC;? Smith, 69, grew up in St. Louis and lived there until her mid-20s. By then she was a mother of four young children, but in what she described as an unhealthy marriage. She divorced and moved the kids west for a new life in Nevada. She spent several years working as an accountant for the state of Nevada, and remarried in 1997. She has since retired from the state job and works at a Wal-Mart store. Gregory, also an accountant, decided to make the drive to Dayton, near Carson City, to deliver the memorabilia to Smith. She figured it deserved a little more pomp and circumstance. So Gregory wrote a letter to the Patriot Guard Riders, the volunteer organization perhaps best known for patrolling funerals of soldiers to shield relatives from protesters from Westboro Baptist Church, the Topeka, Kan.-based church whose members believe soldier deaths are Godâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s retribution for Americaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s tolerance of homosexuality. In the letter, Gregory said she thought it would add meaning if veterans presented the medal to Smith. Before dawn on Tuesday, Gregory, her sister and a friend left St. Louis in an SUV, accompanied by about a dozen motorcyclists with the Nevada unit of the Patriot Guard. Along the route, different groups of riders are taking turns accompanying Gregory. On Saturday, a parade will begin in Carson City and make the 15-mile trek to Dayton, where Smith will be presented the medal and letter in a ceremony at the high school. Smithâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s children and most of her 11 grandchildren and five great-grandchildren will be there, though sheâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s a bit embarrassed by all the hoopla. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;m not a big shindig person,â&#x20AC;? Smith said. Still, she is bracing for the wave of emotions as she reads the letter for the first time and holds that medal in her hands. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll be crying the whole time,â&#x20AC;? Smith said. Gregory knows sheâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll be emotional, too. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve cherished all of this for a very long time,â&#x20AC;? Gregory said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve waited for the finale of this journey for over a decade.â&#x20AC;?


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California regulators enact rules for carsharing services THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

SAN FRANCISCO — Web-based car-sharing companies will have to make sure drivers undergo training and criminal background checks and have commercial liability insurance under rules approved Thursday by California regulators. The state Public Utilities Commission voted unanimously in favour of those rules and others for such companies as Lyft and Sidecar. Both companies rely on smartphone applications to connect riders and drivers who use their own vehicles. Commissioners said the rules were needed to ensure public safety and level the playing field with traditional taxi services. “Today, we have an opportunity to introduce groundbreaking regulation in the transportation industry,” commission President Michael Peevey said before the vote. The regulations put car-sharing firms in a new category of business called transportation network companies that are separate from taxi cabs and limousines. In addition to training, criminal background and insurance requirements, the companies will have to implement a zero-tolerance policy on drugs and alcohol and ensure vehicles undergo a thorough inspection. Messages seeking comment from Lyft and Sidecar were not immediately returned. The vote came amid debate over how government should regulate the burgeoning “sharing economy.” New businesses using the Internet are trying to make it easy for people to share their property, be it cars or houses, and earn some money. But they face opposition from traditional service providers that complain about being undercut. Commissioners heard from numerous taxi cab drivers and owners before the vote. Commissioner Michel Florio said he has found some people rely solely on taxis, while others only use companies such as Sidecar and Lyft. “People have different preferences and different needs. This decision allows both to take place on what I think is a fair basis,” he said.

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Shannon Denny with Coca-Cola Refreshments Canada says consumers were supposed to collect the caps to combine words into humorous sentences. Denny says the problem was that the word lists for each language were approved separately and that in French, “retard” simply means late. In addition to cancelling the campaign, the company says it will destroy all of the caps with words printed on them. Denny says the company got another complaint from a consumer who got a cap with the word “douche” printed on it. She explained that it’s the French word for shower.

EDMONTON — Coca-Cola has cancelled a Canadian promotion that paired randomly generated English and French words inside bottle caps after an Edmonton woman got one that said “You Retard.” Blake Loates says she and her husband were eating at a restaurant in Edmonton earlier this week when her husband read the cap of his bottle of Vitaminwater. Loates says they thought at first it was a prank by a rogue employee at the bottling plant. She says she found it particularly offensive because she has a younger sister who is developmentally delayed.

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 office@fbccranbrook.org

Marysville

Community Church Sunday Service 10:30 am 730 - 302 Street, Marysville Knox Presbyterian Church Corner Victoria & 3rd St. S. 250-426-7165

Senior Pastor: Dr. Ron Foubister Pastor to Young Families: Al Brouwer Sunday Worship, Children’s Classes – 10:00am Friendly congregation, biblical preaching, traditional and contemporary music. Everyone welcome.

Cranbrook United Church #2 12 Avenue S.

Ph: 250-426-2022 / Fax: 250-426-2085

Sunday Worship...10:00 am Sunday School is recessed until September 15th, 2013.

www.cranbrookunited.com

Kimberley United Church 10 Boundary St. – 250-427-2428

Rev. Christine Dudley Sunday Worship at 10 am www.kimberleyunited.ca

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