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One killed in collision west of Cranbrook

Vehicle crosses centre line into path of semi BARRY COULTER Townsman Editor

The driver of small car was killed in a collision with a semi on Wednesday, May 7, between Moyie and Yahk, west of Cranbrook. RCMP report that at around 3:45 p.m., a 64-yearold man driving a blue Ford Fiesta rental car westbound on Highway 3/95 crossed the yellow broken centre line into the eastbound lane, into the path of a tractor-trailer. RCMP say that eyewitnesses reported that the drivPHOTO SUBMITTED

Maurice Frits, from race sponsor Go Kimberley, Trevor Knight, from sponsor Kootenay Mountain Works, and Lori Joe, who contributed the prize, draw the winning ticket for the Round the Mountain Early Bird. Mike Bly of Lethbridge won a Lori Joe painting. He was eligible by entering Round the Mountain before the early bird deadline. The race goes Saturday, June 21.

Registration filling up quickly Cycle, run, trek Around the Mountain C AROLYN GR ANT Bulletin Editor

There are races and then there is Round the Mountain. While the upcoming race around North Star Mountain on June 21 may only be in its fourth year, it has become a must-do event for many trekkers, runners and cyclists from Western Canada and further afield. And the racers love it for the trail, the organizing and the festive atmosphere. You can read racer testimonials at roundthemountain.ca “Your event last year had the best family atmosphere of all the events I’ve been to since I came to Canada in 2009. And that’s the big-

gest reason for me to come back again this year. It’s in my racing calender :-)” - Jakub Sumbera, 2011 40k Duo winner. “Great to see all of the kids enjoying themselves whether partaking in the races or playing in the creek. Just an all around super day!!!!!” - Joanna Sokolic, Trekker. Another sign of the event’s popularity is registration. It’s a sell out every year and it’s filling up quickly again in 2014. As of this week, nearly 300 people have signed up to trek, run or mountain bike the RTM Trail. Round the Mountain offers 20 km runs or mountain bike races or, a 40 k duo of biking and running. There is also a shorter 10 k run as PHOTO COURTESY RTM well as various kids races, and hikes. Register at roundthemountain. There are already 300 competitors signed up ca. Registration closes June 12. for this year’s Round the Mountain

er of the semi moved his rig as far to the right as he possibly could to avoid the collision, but the Ford still hit the trailer, and the vehicle went off the highway. The incident occurred in the vicinity of Irishman’s Creek, which is 45 kilometres west of Cranbrook, between Moyie and Yahk. The B.C. Coroners Service identified the deceased as Rudy Lauritzen, 64, of Riondel. Lauritzen died at the scene. His 60-year-old wife was taken to East Kootenay Regional Hospital by ambulance. The Coroners Service and RCMP Traffic Services continue to investigate the death.

City warns of creek dangers C AROLYN GR ANT Bulletin Editor

The City of Kimberley is advising residents to keep clear of Mark Creek as the spring freshet continues. With upper elCAROLYN GRANT PHOTO evations including the Mark Creek has not reached peak flow yet. Mark Creek Watershed just beginning to run off, creek ly not running particularly levels can change rapidly. quickly, a couple of days of Flows are extremely fast heat or rain can cause a draswhen water levels are high tic change. and present an extreme danResidents are asked to ger to anyone falling in the keep children and pets away creek. from the creek banks during While the creek is current- the freshet.


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Market mayhem starts in May

This year, the Cranbrook Farmer’s Market will begin on May 31 with a three-week spring season on Baker Street S A L LY M AC D O N A L D Townsman Staff

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Lovers of the Cranbrook Farmer’s Market will have a handful of extra weeks this year to pick up locally made, baked and grown goods in a community atmosphere. This year, the market will kick off with a three-week spring pre-season, starting on May 31. It will run for three weeks at 1114 Baker Street, before taking a one-week hiatus over Sam Steele Days, then returning with the regular market season on 10th Avenue South from June 28 until Thanksgiving weekend. “Patrons love the market and as soon as the snow starts melting, people are asking,

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Christian Kimber is pictured at the Three Crows Farm booth at the Cranbrook Farmers Market, opening day, 2013. ‘When is the market starting?’” said market manager Erna Jensen-Shill. For the past two years, there has been a hugely popular oneday-only spring market in May, held at the Curling Club. “This year, we’ve got some of our growers primed for getting ready for that very first

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market. So we thought maybe we should try and listen to what our customers are saying and try and start a little bit earlier in the season,” said Jensen-Shill. Coupled with that, this year’s Sam Steele Days, always held on the third Saturday in June, falls quite late in the month, so if the market season didn’t begin until after that weekend, as is the custom, it would take the start date almost into July. “And I can tell you, those market customers would not tolerate that!” laughed Jensen-Shill. “It’s too long to wait.” The market’s pre-season will be held at 1114 Baker Street, the same location as the

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Winter Market. Jensen-Shill said the market society likes being in downtown Cranbrook, and the former Supervalu building works in fine or foul weather. “The owner of the building has agreed to let us use the parking lot if it’s fine and beautiful to host the market outside. If it’s not fine, we have the option of being inside and that space works really well as we know.” At each of the Cranbrook Farmer’s Market sessions, marketgoers can take advantage of spring greens and bedding plants, along with a great selection of baked goods, jams and preserves, honey, ready-to-eat food and artisans offering everything from handmade body products to jewelry and more. New this year, pork and lamb will be added to the products available. “We are looking forward to another great market season” said market society president Jody Murdoch, “and we would like to thank vendors and the community for their

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support in helping to make the market so successful.” There will also be two instalments of the popular Night Markets this year, on two Wednesdays, July 16 and August 13 from 5 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. in Rotary Park. “We are finding that the markets are very popular and very well attended. They are a social evening event, and we decided to go with two of those and make those fun and special market events where we’ve got our vendors, people can access all those great locally made, baked and grown products, and there is also a bit of a party atmosphere,” said Jensen-Shill. Live music will be provided by Summer Sounds, sponsored by the Cranbrook and District Arts Council, and the night market is supported by the Downtown Business Association. Jensen-Shill pointed to the community atmosphere that is tangible at each and every market as one of its key draws. “People love the atmosphere; they love coming downtown and enjoying Rotary Park and seeing their neighbours,” she said. “Half of the market is about the connection between the vendors and the patrons, and the other half is the social and cultural aspect. People just love getting out and being there, and the market provides a great venue for that to happen.” For more information, visit www.cranbrookfarmersmarket. com. 2014 Cranbrook Farmer’s Market dates • Spring: May 31, June 7 and 14 at 1114 Baker Street from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. • Summer: June 28 to August 30 on 10th Avenue South from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. • Fall: September 6 to October 11 on 10th Avenue South from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. • Night: July 16 and August 13 in Rotary Park from 5 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. • Winter: November 28, 29 and 30 – more information to come


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Leaf Boutique Natural Attractions has new name, new owner C AROLYN GR ANT Bulletin Editor

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FOCUS Kimberley continues to support Kimberley only causes. Above, Noweata Schofer presents Sever Rondestvedt and Bev Banks from the Pines Memorial Society with a $500 cheque. FOCUS raises funds through weekly meat draws at the Kimberley Elks Club and as always, gratefully acknowledges the assistance of Overwaitea Foods.

Kimberley Youth Engagement Strategy launch a success For the Bulletin

Last week saw a diverse group of about 30 youth and youth-interested community members aged 17 through to early 70’s gather together for the launch of Kimberley’s Youth Engagement Strategy Project (YES!). Over the next 10 months, the YES! Project will be focused on identifying pathways and opportunities to improve youth engagement in Kimberley and increase the quality of experience here for those aged 12 to 29. At the launch participants learned about the project and youth engagement, shared their ideas on what’s needed, and enthusiastically tackled four big project themes in small group discussions: 1) Kimberley as a great place for youth, 2) a vision for youth engagement in Kimberley, 3) aspects of youth engagement that need addressing-fixing-improving, and 4) what the YES! Project should be accomplishing over the year. Some highlights from the evening were learning about an innovative skills trade program in Vancouver

where youth can learn and share practical skills with each other in an accessible and affordable way, the value and importance of positive intergenerational interactions and the mutual learning and connection they create, and the importance of youth being as fully involved in this project as possible. “The launch exceeded my expectations in many ways,” said YES! Project Coordinator Ingrid Liepa, “We had a really solid mix of community members in terms of age, backgrounds, Kimberley new-comers and old-timers. If this is any indication of what’s to come, we’re going to have a very productive project here.”

A Project Steering Committee was founded at the launch and is open to more members of all ages - with a special call going out to youth – with a keen interest and commitment to improving youth engagement in our community. For more information, please email info@yeskimb erle y. com.

To learn more about the information presented and generated at the launch visit http:// www.yeskimberley. com/project-launch. html. By surfing through the website you’ll also be able to find out more about the project. YES! gratefully acknowledges the support of Columbia Basin Trust in funding this project.

Kimberly Jackson worked at Natural Attractions for three years before she purchased it, and during those three years she learned a lot about what type of business it was and what its customers wanted. When the opportunity to purchase came around, Kimberly felt she had a good grasp of the business and she took the chance. With new ownership came a new name — Leaf Boutique. Kimberly believes in fair trade and those items can be found in Leaf Boutique along with metaphysical items, eco-fashion, natural body products, aromatherapy, meditation tools, jewelry and locally made products. They also offer an Oso Negro coffee bar. “I enjoy one on one interaction with people regarding their metaphysical and/or fashion interests. I love helping people find a tool or item to help them on their spiritual path and I also love helping people

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Kimberly Jackson is the new owner of Leaf Boutique, formerly Natural Attractions. find an item of clothing that makes them feel shiny, beautiful and fabulous.” Kimberly enjoys the clientele who visit the Leaf Boutique daily. She never tires of the passionate discussions with people who share her views on fair trade and an environmentally conscious lifestyle. Drop by for a look at the products or just a good discussion and a

cup of coffee. “There is something for everyone at the Leaf Boutique so please come by and take a look or just say ‘hi’.” The Leaf Boutique is located in Kimberley’s Platzl and is open Sunday, Monday Tuesday from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Call 250-427-4349.

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(Columbia Basin) – Community groups, organizations and societies with project ideas that will maintain or enhance environmental conditions are invited to apply for a grant of up to $10,000. Apply now through June 27, 2014, by visiting cbt.org/eg. Eligible projects includes ones that strengthen ecosystems, help communities mitigate and adapt to climate change, and support environmental education—all of which address goals in the Trust’s new Environment Strategic Plan. Through environment grants, the Trust has provided over $5 million during the past 12 years for environmental conservation, restoration, stewardship and education projects across the Basin. The Kokanee Salmon School Program is one of the projects that has benefited from support. Delivered by the West Arm Outdoors Club, this program brings youth and adults to the Kokanee Creek spawning channel along Kootenay Lake to teach them about healthy habitats, life cycles, fisheries management and the importance of stewardship relative to Kokanee salmon. “This project is important because it has several components that are crucial for the youth of the Basin to experience at an early age: the direct interconnections between animals and plants, and predators and prey in an ecosys-

tem, the life cycle of the Kokanee salmon and the solid fisheries management of a precious natural resource,” said Nancie Dohan, Program Coordinator. “The impact of this project is far-reaching. Youth, parents and teachers directly experience a sense of place and gain stewardship values as they participate in the program.” “We are looking for community-initiated and -supported projects that contribute to larger regional impacts,” said Sabrina Curtis, Trust Director, Sector Initiatives. “We want these projects to make a real difference to both the local environment and residents of the entire Basin area.” Earlier this year, the Trust finalized its Environment Strategic Plan, which will guide the Trust’s water and environment initiatives from 2014 to 2019. It sets goals in five areas: water, ecosystems, climate change, environmental education and helping to strengthen the wide range of organizations that focus on the environment. As in previous years, an environment grant intake, offering grants over $10,000, will take place in the fall. It will look different from what it has in the past, with refinements that build on a range of suggestions the Trust has heard from residents, environmental experts and various organizations. Watch the website for details.

The Gogo Grannies of Cranbrook, Kimberley and Wasa are set for their sixth annual Glitz and Glamour Mothers’ Day Brunch, to take place Saturday, May 10 — the day before Mothers’ Day — at the Heritage Inn. The fundraising event features “gently used” jewelry, scarves, purses and other items for sale. Silent auctions, doors prizes and great food are also featured. And everyone who attends the brunch will have a chance to to win a queensize handmade quilt The Brunch begins at 11 a.m. and runs until 2 p.m. Tickets are $25 and are on sale at Lotus Books in Cranbrook. Since 2007, the GoGo Grannies have raised almost $70,000 for the Stephen Lewis Foundation. The foundation directs its funds to community-level organizations in 15 African countries to support grandmothers caring for their grandchildren due to the impact of HIV/AIDS. The GoGo Grannies of Cranbrook, Kimberley and Wasa was formed in October, 2007, after hearing Stephen Lewis speak. Their purpose is to raise awareness about the HIV/AIDS pandemic in Sub-Saharan Africa.

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Members of the GoGo Grannies of Cranbrook, Kimberley and Wasa display some of the items that will be up for sale at the group’s annual Glitz and Glamour Mother’s Day brunch, to be held Saturday, May 10, at the Heritage Inn, starting at 11 a.m. Back row, left to right: Pauline Bethune, Norma Boyle, Brenda McLennan, Sheila Clarkston. Front row, left to right: Sharon Waurynchuk, Sylvia Lister and Jane Facey.

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The HAG Friends 4 Life:Why Relay?

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The HAGS are a group of ladies that have been gathering once or twice a year for our annual Christmas parties or backyard barbecues. These ‘gatherings’ have occurred for just over 25 years. We have had a few different HAGS come and go as the years have passed, but there are a core few that have been there for all the years. We decided one year that we were going to take part in the Relay for Life event, and this year marks our 10th consecutive Relay. Our relay team is usually the same ladies that have been there from the start. We have developed a great friendship and bond, and Relay day for us is a fun day, with good friends, for a great cause. We try our best to bring our spirit to the track each and every year, by cheering on others that are also there. We are all there for a cause, cancer affects everyone, be it a parent, spouse, child, friend or coworker, no one is untouched by Cancer. We know that what we do is a small piece in the big picture, but we are doing our best, as a team, to help eradicate cancer. Below you will find excerpts from some of the HAG Friends 4 Life team of ‘Why Relay’. My partner and I started relaying because I had lost both of my parents due to complications that started off with being diagnosed with cancer. It ended up with us paying it forward as my partner found a lump December 2008 which was diagnosed as non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma. She was very fortunate to have found it early, had surgery to remove the lump and spent time at the Cancer Clinic in Kelowna for radiation. I am happy to announce she has just had her five year checkup and is now cancer free! Her outcome was a great one, some are not so fortu-

“I walk in the cancer relay for many reasons and for many friends and family, but the most important reason is because it matters” Beth Carter

find ways to cure cancer and this is very important to all of us... the Hag team rocks! Barb Barbour “I walk in the cancer relay for many reasons and for many friends and family, but the most important reason is because it matters”. Beth Carter

nate, this is why I relay. I have seen first-hand the cancer clinic and what they do for their patients, it is amazing, but the amount of people I saw broke my heart. We need to stop cancer all together, raising money for research is a start. Oreen Walker I Relay because I know research is so important to prevention and survival of cancer. My Mother died at 50 because there was no screening mammography. I lived at 51 because there is. In the 70’s Filgrastim was developed. Today it saves lives by boosting low white counts and stopping deadly chemotherapy induced infection. In the 70’s 95 per cent of kids with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia did not survive. Today 95 per cent survive… Debbie Dau “Cancer has unfortunately touched many family members and friends of mine over the years; some who have

won the battle and others that tried but did not succeed. I participate with “Relay for Life” in support of those still fighting the fight and for those that may need to fight.  Hopefully together we can all find a cure for Cancer so that others will not lose those that they loved so dearly.” Rita Romeo I think of my friends: The ones who are fighting for their lives, the survivors, and the one’s I’ve lost. The relay is a chance for me to be part of the solution. The positive energy is amazing! Susan Zibin I Relay each year to try in some small way to make a difference for everyone who is battling this disease and working hard to survive it. Very importantly, I Relay to honour my close friends who have survived cancer, and also, it allows me to grieve in a positive way, for those that have lost their battle to cancer.  I realize that the more support there is financially, will definitely help

Our team was completely shocked, dismayed and truly honoured when we received the word that we had been named “Honourary Chair” for Relay 2014. We are humbled by this honour and truly did not expect this type of recognition. Jenn asked us how we do what we do each year at the Relay, with the spirit that we bring and our answer to her was, ”It just happens, because that is what HAGS do. Our whole team comes together and puts everything they have into this event as it is recognized by each and every one of us how important it is. We hope that many of you reading this article will be inspired and consider taking part in a day that is sad at times, joyful at times and ultimately leaves you with a sense of pride and accomplishment for being part of such a wonderful community event. See you on May 31, at the College of the Rockies track!

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The Kimberley Heritage Museum has opened their summer feature exhibit, “ Kimberley Remembers the War Years - 1914-18 & 1939-45.” The exhibit will be on from May 3 to Nov.11, and commemorates the 75th anniversary of the second World War and the 100th anniversary of the first World War, with a focus on Kimberley’s contributions. The museum is open year round, Monday to Friday from 1 - 4 pm and Tuesday to Saturday from 9 am to 4:30 pm for July and August.

REQUEST FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST (RFEI) LANDSCAPE MAINTENANCE – CRANBROOK PUBLIC LIBRARY The City of Cranbrook is interested in seeking an indication of interest from potential service providers who are capable of undertaking the following specific work. • Year round landscape and lawn maintenance for the City of Cranbrook public library grounds, including sweeping and snow removal of the library parking lot. If your company is interested in supplying landscape maintenance service, please submit an expression of interest to:

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A travel guide to the afterlife It’s a book which has had many names: 1800s. This book was owned by Amenho‘The Book of Going Forth By Day,’ ‘Book of tep, a chief builder and royal architect who Emerging Forth Into Light,’ ‘The Papyrus of lived 3,500 years ago. He worked for anothHunefer,’ and ‘The Papyrus of Ani.’ Today it er Amenhotep—King Amenhotep II—the is known as ‘The Egyptian Book of the great great grandfather of King Tut. Amenhotep’s book is one of the largest Dead.’ Coined by German archaeologist Karl Richard Lepsius in the mid-19th cen- ever found; the scroll stretches out 20 metury, this title couldn’t be more wrong or tres. It is also uniquely decorated. The misleading. ‘Books of the Dead’ would borders of the scroll have illustrations of have been much better, as there is no one five-pointed stars and various sun discs—a feature not found in any authoritative text or reliother book of the dead. The gious cannon on which the scroll also has an inscrip‘Book of the Dead’ is based. Each one is completely BOOKNOTES tion on one side, which again has not been found unique. While some are reMike on any other book. ligious in nature, most of Selby What it does share with them contain magic spells others is its frustrating inwhich differ from book to completeness. The scroll book. It appears only the richest or royal Egyptians could afford to exists only in fragments, and not all the have their books illustrated. Many have fragments are in the British Museum. been found without illustrations and in- Some of the book’s fragments are held by the New York Metropolitan Museum, with complete. None of the books contain curses or others at the Boston Museum of Fine Arts. Yet even if all these fragments were repredict bad omens, and none (sorry, Hollywood) say, “Woe to those who read these united, the book would still be missing pages.” A Lonely Planet travel guide to the about 100 fragmented pages. Without afterlife is probably the best description of them, a complete picture of Amenhotep’s book and the insights it would bring to the these ancient funerary texts. Copies of these books first turned up in modern world remain lost. So it is a good thing the missing pieces Europe as early as the Dark Ages, but one which has stood out above all others ar- have been found. Around the same time an ancient rived at the British Museum in the late

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witch-hunting manuscript was found at the University of Alberta (see last week’s Booknotes), John Taylor—an Egyptologist from the British Museum—was vacationing in Brisbane, Australia. While visiting an ancient Egypt display at the Queensland Museum, he noticed a piece of papyrus on display which looked familiar. When he asked about it, the museum staff took him to a store room and showed him a crate where the papyrus in question came from. And there they were: 100 missing fragments archaeologists and Egyptologists have been searching for for more than a century. The crate holding the fragments was part of a large donation a woman had made to the museum in the early 1900s. Museum staff are currently trying to locate her descendants. Taylor had made the discovery of a lifetime. With help from the museums in New York, Boston, and now Queensland, he is digitizing the fragments to finally make a complete book. As Amenhotep was one of the top builders to a king who ruled Egypt during its highest peak of prosperity, the contribution to history will be worth as much as the book itself. Priceless. Mike Selby is reference librarian at Cranbrook Public Library.

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“Baldy” Morris stands far left, jauntily clad for a1908 Fats vs. Slims charity baseball game. - Herald 1928

Constable ‘Baldy’ Morris: A Good Cop JANUS: Cranbrook Then & Now

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was just about the biggest funeral ever seen in Cranbrook. The cortege, winding towards the cemetery, stretched nearly half a mile. Eighty-seven members of the Odd Fellows Lodge led the hearse trailed by 47 buggies and 14 automobiles. It was a Saturday afternoon yet every store in the city was closed, the flags at the old courthouse, city hall and the post office at half mast. The Anglican Church could not come close to holding all the mourners as the casket lay covered with bouquets and garlands, including one from the Cranbrook City Police, for it was one of their own they were burying that day. Though no longer a member of the force, when Frederick Ramsay Morris, age 62, most unexpectedly dropped dead while in his yard on Van Horne Street in September, 1914, Cranbrook lost her first policeman, an officer whose term might well be described as the city’s “Golden Age of Non-Crime.” There was wrong-doing, of course. A town built by the rough-and-tough navvies of the CPR, full of miners and lumbermen, home to the gambling and opium dens of Chinatown and the reprobates of the Red Light district certainly saw its share of crime but, all things considered, it could have been worse, a lot worse, and there is no doubt that Constable Morris had much to do with that. RCMP, BCCOS, BCSS, CVSE, MIERT, and CFSEU-BC: what appear to be secret codes are merely the acronyms of some of the present day Canadian municipal, provincial and federal organizations dedicated to keeping the peace. The Royal Canadian Mounted Police, the B.C. Conservation Of-

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The grave of Frederick Morris in the Old General Cemetery, draped in nature’s greenery and wrapped in a cast iron fence. ficer Services of the Ministry of Environment, the B.C. Sheriff Service, the Commercial Vehicle Safety & Enforcement unit, the Municipal Integrated Emergency Response Team, the Combined Forces Special Enforcement Unit of B.C., corrections, customs, probation, parole and immigration officers, court bailiffs, special agents, investigators and auxiliary forces all form the bulwark of modern day law civic enforcement. It was much less complex when Constable Morris took charge of the town — there was just him. Frederic Morris was born in Yarmouth, Nova Scotia, on Feb. 16, 1852. He left home at age 21, making his way west to Fort Walsh in the Cypress Hills of Alberta, one of the most important and heavily armed North West Mounted Police garrisons in the country. He joined the Mounties and steadily rose to the rank of sergeant. He fit the role perfectly; a large, man of calm demeanor, jocular and easy-going yet not to be trifled with. He left the force after five years and took up ranching along the Old Man River where he met his wife-to-be, Alice Heath. They and their two sons later moved to Trail where, following failed mining investments, he joined the B.C. Provincial

Police. The NWMP spent most of its time along the CPR right-ofway and it often fell to the provincial police to take care of the rest. From 1897, Constable Morris carried on the work of policing in Cranbrook and, from 1897 onward, where he was known by one and all as “Baldy.” In those early days of the city, Constable Morris was given little support. There was neither jail nor police station nor court house; any assistance came from Fernie, Moyie or Fort Steele. The first Cranbrook court trials took place in the residence of Justice of the Peace John Hutchison in July, 1898, and undoubtedly included Constable Morris. It was a small debt case followed by a drunk and disorderly charge against a young railway worker who busted up a local madam’s “boarding-house for gentlemen transients.” That same month, the NWMP stationed Constable Cole in Cranbrook. One of his first acts was to ensure that all businesses closed on Sundays which left “a great many tongues hanging out around town.” Federal law was here but it came with rather different rules than those enforced by Constable Morris. In August, Government

Agent Armstrong rented a shack from Mr. Little for use as a jail. It was so inadequate that, when the wire cashier’s cage arrived for the new Bank of Commerce, it was suggested that the police use it instead. In October, 1898, the Mounted Police pulled out of town, following the railway westward and leaving Constable Morris solo once again. His duties were alleviated the following year when a combination jail/courthouse was built and another provincial constable assigned to the town. The local paper described the court as capable of holding “seven people and two or three dogs” and the jail as “a kennel.” Although never questioning his capabilities, local wags took great delight in publicly teasing “Baldy” for his shining pate and extensive girth, bandying about terms such as “corpulent, rotund and a man who “captures the whole bakeshop with the oven thrown in.” For his part, he took it all in stride, never raising a fuss, supervising the towns, loading drunks into the local mail cart and wheeling them to the cell when necessary, suffering the teasing with a smile and generally endearing himself to the the law-abiding citizens. Cranbrook incorporated in 1905, creating its own city police force which ended Constable Morris’ tenure. He continued to live in town with his wife and sons, eventually becoming the local sheriff. He, his wife Alice and son Heath Spry are buried in the Old General Cemetery. His son Stewart died in service during World War One. The local newspaper paid sincere tribute to Fredrick Morris upon his death, stating “Important and undesirable duties often fell to his lot to execute and yet he was universally admired and respected for his charity toward all and his unfailing good nature.” He was, in short, a good cop. janusthenandnow@shaw.ca

29th Annual Kootenay Children’s Festival, Saturday May 10, at Baker Field next to Key City Theatre. PT the Clown, the Duckman, Kiki the Eco Elf & Neezer the Stilt Walker. 10:00a.m. - 4:00p.m. FREE! Mother’s Day Walk - Sunday, May 11. Leaders Shirley Hansen & Laura Duncan 427-2600. Meet at the Swan Ave entrance at 2:00 pm. This is a 2.5 - 3 hour moderate hike with some elevation gain. Don’t forget your camera, water and a snack. Dress for the days weather. Jubilee Chapter #64, OES, will be meeting EARLY this month on Monday, May 12, at 7:30 PM sharp, at the Masonic Hall, at 401-3rd Avenue South, Cranbrook. May 14. Kimberley Garden Club May program: Making Plant Name Markers. Selkirk High School Library 7-9 pm. New members welcome. For more info: Nola: 250-427-0527. 2014 FREE COMMUNITY PUBLIC SWIM Wednesday, May 14th, 5:00-6:00pm is sponsored by Rocky Mountain International Student Program. Kindergarten immunizations are available for children between the ages of 4 and 6 years at the Cranbrook Health Unit. For an appointment call 250 420-2207. Clinic date is Thursday May 15. Social Dance at the Cranbrook Seniors HALL, May 17, to the music of ‘Chapparal’ at 7 pm. The evening includes a light lunch. The Jam Session ~ Ice-cream Social is held LAST Saturdays at 1:30. For updates: 250.489.2720 or 250. 426.4826. GARAGE SALE! ALL PROCEEDS TO RELAY FOR LIFE, Saturday May 17 9-2 WHERE: 401 9th Ave S Cranbrook WHY: To support the Ribbon Runners Relay Team WHAT: Collectors plates (Norman Rockwell, Wedgwood and more) games, books, household items, clothing, plants, baking and more... St. Mary Valley Rural Residents Association PANCAKE BREAKFAST. Saturday, May 17, 2014, 9:00-11:30 am, Wasa Community Hall. East Kootenay Railway Pensioners Association Social Luncheon at 12:30 pm, Tuesday May 20th, 2014 at Arthur’s Sports Bar & Grill (Day’s Inn)600 Cranbrook St.N, Cranbrook.All Railway Retiree’s and Spouses are welcome. RSVP by May 16, 2014. Info: Secretary Frances Allen at 250-426-2720, Myrtle 250-426-2378, Jean 250-426-8338.

ONGOING Bibles For Missions Thrift Store, 824 Kootenay St. N., Cranbrook serving our community to benefit others - at home and abroad. We turn your donations into helping dollars! Open Tues-Sat 10am-5pm. Phone 778-520-1981. East Kootenay Women Executives & Entrepreneurs (EKWEE) meet the first Monday of every month at the Heritage Inn, Dining Room Annex, 7:00PM. Join us for of the menu dinner 5:307:00. Pay your own tab. Networking, share accomplishments, education. Bev Campbell 778-481-4883 Royal Canadian Legion Branch 24; Friday Meat Draw: 4:30- 6:30, Saturday Meat Draw: 3:30-5:30. Seniors Autobiographical Writing for those aged 60 or wiser at the Kimberley Library. No writing experience necessary. It’s free. Tuesdays 10:00 - Noon. Register: Kim Roberts CBAL Coordinator 250-427-4468 or kroberts@cbal.org The Cellar Thrift Store Open Mon. to Sat., noon to 4:30 p.m. Our revenues support local programs and outreach programs of Cranbrook United Church. Baker Lane Entry at 2 – 12th Ave. S. Cranbrook, B. C. Donations of new or gently used items welcome. Canadian Cancer Society- if you have spare time and would like to volunteer, interested applicants can call 250-426-8916, drop by our office at #19-9th Avenue S, Cranbrook or go to www. fightwithus.ca and register as a volunteer. Do you have the desire to stop eating compulsively? Overeaters Anonymous (a 12-Step Program) meets Wednesdays from 7-8pm at Cranbrook United Church, 2-12th St. S., downstairs. Contact: cranbrookoa@hotmail.com Mark Creek Lions meet 1st and 3rd Wednesdays at the Kimbrook. Meet & Greet from 6:00-6:30pm, supper 6:30-7:00, meeting 7:00-8:00pm. Contact 250-427-5612 or 250-427-7496. New members welcome – men and ladies! Funtastic Singers Drop-In Singing group; free to attend-just for fun! No experience necessary! CDAC Office&Gallery 135 10th Ave S, Tuesdays; 6.45-8.15pm 250-426-4223 / cdac@shaw.ca / www. cranbrookanddistrictartscouncil.com 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. Cranbrook Phoenix Toastmasters meet every Thursday, noon -1:00 Heritage Inn. Toastmasters teaches communication & leadership skills. Roberta 250-489-0174. 1911.toastmastersclubs.org. The Canadian Orthopaedic Foundation invites anyone expecting bone and joint surgery to make contact with local volunteers for peer support. The free Ortho Connect program helps to ease the fear, stress and anxiety that go along with surgery and help patients prepare. 1-800-461-3639 ext 4, and ask for Lauralee. 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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Opportunities keep presenting themselves for Shacarra Orr of Jaffray — no doubt a result of her perseverance and resilience. Now in another tribute to the Fernie Secondary School student’s resilience, the Vancouver Province newspaper has named Orr as a deserving nominee for their Head Of The Class readers’ choice awards — in particular the BC Sports Adversity Award. “I was just shocked when I heard about it,” Orr told the Townsman. She said the Province had contacted her to inform her of her nomination.” I was thankful and overwhelmed that someone would nominate me for this award.” On October 1, 2011, Orr — an avid volleyball player — was in a motor vehicle accident on her way to a volleyball tournament. The accident

ended up leaving her with a permanent loss of mobility in her right arm. But with hard work and physiotherapy, Orr not only came back to be able to play and coach with limited mobility, but last year received an invitation to join Canada’s National Sitting Volleyball Team. “Sometimes I get taken aback with all the opportunities that have come through after everything I’ve been through,” Orr said. “I’m really thankful for everything.” The Head of the Class Awards follow online vote process. As well as tribute to the nominees’ resilience, the winner also gets $500! The link to see the nominees and to vote is: www.theprovincecontests.com/headoftheclass The Province’s contest page says: “Over the school year, coaches, parents, students

and fans submitted nominations for Grade 12 students who participated in a high school sport during the 2013/2014 school year. These students were to have shown a positive attitude and determination in overcoming extraordinary personal challenges. Four finalists were selected from those submissions by The Province editorial department. Please read their stories below and vote for the finalist you feel deserves to win this award. “The finalist with the most votes at 1 p.m. on May 22 will receive a $500 scholarship and a prize package that includes a $200 Subway Gift Card.” The four nominees in the BC Sports Adversity Award are: Shacarra Orr (Fernie Secondary School), Sean Paulsen (Pitt Meadows Secondary), Jordan Sidoo (St. George’s School) and Amanda Zacharuk

SHACARRA ORR (New Westminster Secondary). In the meantime, Orr is busy enough with the National Team’s activities.

“We’ve just got a new head coach, and a new assistant,” she said. “So we’re really stepping things up. We’ve got a few new girls on

the team and we’re planning to go to competition right away. Toronto, next year in 2015, and then maybe Europe — we’re working on that. “Selection camps are coming up at the end of the month. That’s what I’ve been training all year for. That determines if you’re on the competitive strand, or the improvement strand, or if you get carding.” Orr was offered a spot on the competitive team last year. In sitting volleyball, a 0.8 metre-wide net is set at 1.15 metres high for men and 1.05 metres high for women. The court is 10 by 6 metres with a two-metre attack line. The rules are basically the same as regular volleyball. It is a sport for athletes with disabilities, though there are no athlete classifications by disability. “The net is lower, the

court is a bit slower,” Orr has told the Townsman in an earlier interview. “But in standing volleyball you can just run to the ball, in sitting, the movements to get to the ball are way harder. We spend way more time on movement.” According to the rules, players must have at least part of their bottoms on the ground at all times, or their stomach. The ultimate focus is the 2016 Paralympics in Brazil. That’s our main goal,” Orr said. “Our tryouts are in Toronto, when we go there in 2015. All the work we’re doing now is for that.” So things are heating up for Orr and the national team, with training in Calgary and selections in Toronto. “We’re going to be travelling quite a lot, but the girls are so awesome, and it’s just so much fun.”

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Bandits hit the road to Libby to launch season BARRY COULTER

It’s a sign that summer is just around the corner, when the Cranbrook Bandits take to the field. The American Legion ball season is just getting underway for East Kootenay ball players. The Bandits have been practicing all

week, and this week will see their first action in Libby, Montana. “Our kids are mainly Cranbrook and Kimberley, it’s almost a 50/50 split right now,” said Bandits coach Paul Mrazek. “We’re definitely on the younger side of the teams we’re going to be playing. We’ve got a

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lot of 14-, 15-year-olds, and we’ve got one 17-year-old and one 18-year-old. “It’s going to be a good start to the season. This is only our third day on the field — the high school season just ended. We’ve got some young players who are new, so the (Libby games) will give us an idea of where they’re going to fit in on the team.” The Montana teams at the upcoming tournament have been well into their season so far.

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Coach Paul Mrazek (centre, throwing) and the Cranbrook Bandits warm up at their final practice at Confederation Park before hitting the road for a tournament in Libby, Montana. “Libby and these other teams, they’re going to be playing their 12th, their 14th game this weekend. We’re getting our first foray.” Devon Marra is looking forward to facing the Bandits old rivals. “We’ve played them before,” he said. “They’re a strong team, but we know how they play. We’ve played them lots in the past. I think we

can definitely compete with them. Paul’s a great coach, hopefully he’ll be able to lead us to a few wins this weekend.” Teammate Brandon Ouillette said the whole team is looking forward to the season at hand. “We got a new bunch of guys here, looks like it’s going to be a good, fun season, and hopefully we’ll develop a lot and win a few games.”

Both Marra and Ouillette were on the Mount Baker Wild’s baseball squad, which just wrapped up its action last weekend. “It’s a good thing to get you going,” Ouillette said of high school baseball. “Gets you hitting the ball around, playing catch — it’s always good.” The Bandits are going to be spending a

lot of time on the road for the rest of this month. There’s the Libby tournament this weekend. The following weekend they’re in Kalispell, and the weekend after that in Medicine Hat, and in Libby again to finish the month of May. The Bandits first home action will be the weekend of June 7, when Libby comes to town.


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Whale carcass towed away, will end up in Toronto museum

WOODY POINT, N.L. — Researchers began carving up the decaying remains of a rare blue whale on Thursday as they prepare to ship the animal’s massive skeleton from Newfoundland to a museum in Toronto. The team started stripping thick, smelly chunks of blubber off the adult female that died with eight other blue whales in unusually thick ice off the province’s west coast. C ANADIAN PRESS

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Keeping Sabbath by embracing and feasting

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ast week, I wrote about the importance of finding a balance in our lives, which includes finding time for rest and renewal. The biblical word for this is “sabbath”. We need to make time to stop the busy–ness that fills our lives. We need to find and make time to renew ourselves and our relationships. Keeping sabbath becomes an act of self– care. Parker Palmer writes, “Self–care is

never a selfish act — it is simply good stewardship of the only gift I have, the gift I was put on earth to offer others.” I want to continue my reflections on keeping sabbath. I used the title of Marva Dawn’s book as the framework: Keeping the Sabbath Wholly: Ceasing, Resting, Embracing, Feasting. Last week, we focused on ceasing and resting. The third element of keeping sabbath is embracing. This picks up

Palmer’s emphasis on self–care. Sabbath is something to be embraced as a healing gift in our lives. It doesn’t just come to us by itself, particularly in a world which prizes achievement and production so much. It is hard to carve out time for ourselves, time in which we stop meeting the demands of the world and meet our own needs for renewal and rest. We need to embrace sabbath intentionally— to make time for it.

Many people resist taking sabbath because they think it is selfish. Or perhaps they tried to take a sabbath and someone else once accused them of being lazy. Some people will say, “I don’t need a rest. I have lots of energy; I’m a Type A person. Sabbath is only for sissies.” Sabbath is not a sign of weakness. Keeping sabbath means to deliberately build restfulness and renewal into lives which are much too busy. To embrace this

Bird watching in the Bible Re v. David Morton

The roller coaster weather may put the arrival of spring up for debate. However, one sure sign that spring has sprung is the steady stream of various birds returning to our region. Arriving with each departing low pressure system, these birds migrating from their winter in the south are now seeking out their favourite feeding and nesting sites. Whether it’s through a scope or hiking with a pair of binoculars, seeking out the “duck sanctuary” of the sewage lagoons, the local reservoir or exploring a conservation area, bird watching can be a wonderful experience. Bird watching is by no means a new activity either. Birds are mentioned widely throughout the Bible both literally and metaphorically. In Genesis 8:6-12 of the Old Testament, Noah required confirmation that the flood waters had receded before disembarking could begin, so he sent out a raven and then a dove to Need help with current events?

search out dry land. Isaiah, the Old Testament prophet, reflects on his observation of an eagle in flight when he says in Isaiah 40:31: “But those who hope in the Lord will renew their strength. They will soar on wings like eagles; they will run and not grow weary, they will walk and not be faint.” In the New Testament in Matthew we find these references: 6:26 - “Look at the birds of the air: they neither sow nor reap nor gather into barns, and yet your heavenly Father feeds them. Are you not of more value than they?” And then again in Matthew at 26:34: “Jesus said to him [Peter], ‘Truly I tell you, this very night, before the rooster

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crows, you will deny me three times.’” I am most fond of the account of bird watching in Psalm 84:2-4: “My soul yearns, even faints, for the courts of the Lord; my heart and my flesh cry out for the living God. Even the sparrow has found a home, and the swallow a nest for herself, where she may have her young a place near your altar, Lord Almighty, my King and my God. Blessed are those who dwell in your house; they are ever praising you.” This passage may contain a bit of irony here as King David, during a sacred rite of temple worship, confesses to a moment he took to watch the birds flying about the temple proper. Watch-

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ing birds has obviously been with us, as long as we’ve been able to watch them. Joining our own experience with those from long ago we can then use the Scriptures to reflect on God’s care, compassion and provision for our lives. Birding and the Bible, what a great mix! Enjoy! David Morton is Associate Pastor at East Kootenay Lutheran Parish.

practice means to fill time with just the right amount of people and activities to refresh and restore your soul. When we embrace sabbath, we pay attention to our spiritual needs. We are more than consumers. We are more than producers. We are more than a target market audience. We are wonderfully and mysteriously complex people who need to care for ourselves physically, emotionally, relationally, vocationally — and spiritually. Embracing sabbath thus means to engage in practices which connect us more deeply with our spiritual side. For followers of the Christ, it means to worship, gathering with a community of people who come to be renewed together. Many other faith traditions also have a time when the community gathers to light candles or sing spiritual songs and other such practices. Such a gathering is a means of nurturing our spirit. The fourth element is feasting. Last week, I wrote about a time when my Dutch grandmother visited us.

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During her three–week– long visit, Sundays were agonizing days of inactivity. We had to stay in our Sunday clothes all day long. We weren’t allowed to play games. There was, in fact, no sense of renewal at all. Feasting means to celebrate the abundance which God pours into life. It has to do with acknowledging that much of our lives comes to us as a gift. Marva Dawn indicates many ways in which we can feast in our lives: through the arts, with beauty, with food, with affection, with celebrations of many different kinds. “Feasting” in this sense celebrates all that is good and whole and holy in our lives. When we celebrate, we delight in everything that makes us who we are, and we

take the time to cherish each other. Keeping sabbath helps us celebrate God’s abundant life, given to us in this place and time. Sabbath is not meant to be a stingy testing of our character. It is meant to be a time of dancing in the joy of the life God has given to us. To feast renews our lives as we celebrate God’s goodness. It helps us remember that our lives are lived in an abundance of love and hope. It reminds us that ultimately, we really are not in control of our lives. We simply receive life as a gift to be treasured, to be honoured, to be cared for, and to enjoy deeply and profoundly. Ceasing. Resting. Embracing. Feasting. Keeping sabbath is a necessary thing for us. It makes our lives more healthy and more balanced. It makes our lives more whole. It helps us to make the promise of shalom, of deep and lasting wholeness, real in our lives. Yme Woensdregt is Pastor at Christ Church Anglican in Cranbrook.

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Spring

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Childcare

Contractors

FIRST STEPS INFANT -TODDLER DAY CARE

GIRO

in Kimberley has spaces available. Phone 250-427-3876

• Construction • Renovations • Roofing • Drywall-large or small • Siding • Sundeck Construction • Aluminum Railings We welcome any restorational work!

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LEIMAN HOMES is currently looking to fill the position for a carpenter. This is a full apprentice position. Please send resumes to Box ‘K’, c/o Daily Townsman, 822 Cranbrook St. N. Cranbrook, BC. LOCAL NURSERY requires labourers & cashiers. Fax Resumes: 250-489-3368, 250-364-2369 or email cvghouses@gmail.com WANTED: 2 contract drivers for light delivery. Flexible shifts, evening and weekends. Must be over 19, have a valid drivers licence, economical and reliable vehicle. Must be honest(bondable), friendly and energetic. Drop off resume to: Box ‘G’, c/o Daily Townsman, 822, Cranbrook St. N., Cranbrook BC. V1C 7C3 WJS CANADA Now Hiring Community Support Workers in Golden, BC. CSW are responsible for assisting service recipients who are living independently with their physical, economic, vocational, recreational, social, emotional and daily life skills development. This position assists service recipients to achieve the greatest degree of independence and quality of life possible To apply send resume and cover letter to: Attn: Phyllis Ortynski Fax: 1-855-465-5502 Email: bc-hr@telus.net for a detailed job description and more careers with WJS visit www.wjscanada.com

Trades, Technical Civil Engineering Technologist II District of Kitimat, full time permanent, wage range $37.94 - $45.90, over two years. Civil Technologist diploma required. Duties include infrastructure investigations, surveying, design, contract preparation, inspection and material testing on projects related to the municipality’s water, sewer, drainage and transportation systems. Proficiency with electronic survey equipment and AutoCad 3D, plus a valid BC driver’s license a must. Submit resumes by May 30, 2014, 4:30 pm, to: Personnel, District of Kitimat, 270 City Centre, Kitimat, BC, V8C 2H7, fax 250-632-4995, or email dok@kitimat.ca. Further information can be obtained from our website at www.kitimat.ca

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Celebration of His Life Mark Memorial 2024 Industrial Rd. #2, Cranbrook

In Memoriam

This position researches and analyses various issues and provides analytical and administrative support to programs, initiatives and other responsibilities of the Sector Initiatives department. This is a permanent, full-time position based out of any of our four offices.

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In Loving Memory of

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

Cranbrook

Working in our distribution centre you are part of a team to ensure flyers and papers are ready for delivery in a timely and accurate manner. The person who fills this position must be able to: • Multi-task in distribution and press room • Work well with a team and on your own • Lift paper bundles Please drop off resume, in person to: Bob Bathgate Cranbrook Distribution Centre Middle Bay 1504-4th St., N., Cranbrook, BC

Career opportunity APPLICATION SYSTEMS ADMINISTRATOR This position provides systems and application support for the Trust’s core business applications, including the Information Management System and public and private websites. This is a permanent, full-time position based out of our Castlegar office. Apply by May 16, 2014.

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ANALYST

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42” TV, $50. Stove with convection oven, $50. Sirius radio, new, $60, with vehicle kit. Ball glove, new, $25. Dining chandelier, new in box, $30. 2wall fixtures, $10. 250-427-3773.

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Merchandise for Sale

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Real Estate

Real Estate

Real Estate

Rentals

Transportation

Misc. for Sale

Acreage for Sale

For Sale By Owner

Open Houses

Homes for Rent

Auto Financing

BEAUTIFUL 35 ACRES with a mixture of timber and fields. Less than 5 minutes from Walmart and zoned RR60. Backs onto crown land-creek runs through corner of property. $535,000. Serious inquiries only.

WELL MAINTAINED HOME in the popular Highlands area, near schools and Idlewild Park.

OPEN HOUSE BY OWNER

BC Housing Cranbrook has exciting rental opportunities for families looking for affordable housing. The 3-bedroom units we offer are spacious with 1.5 bathroom stove fridge and washer/ dryer hook-ups. One small pet is allowed, with BC Housing approval. No smoking is allowed. Tenants pay 30% of their gross monthly income for rent. For applications please call 250-489-2630 or 1-800834-7149 or go on-line to www.bchousing.org

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Used DC 60HP Motor

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2 storey 6 yr old cabin 4 km from Ashram, Riondel, beach and golf course. Needs: elec., plumbing, H2O pipe or well, insulation, cabinets. On 2.8 nicely treed acres. Good bench(es) for building second home with lakeview. Appraised at $170,000 but old vendor is quite flexible. Great starter home especially for handy person(s). Call : 780-566-0707 or : 780-222-2996 or t.laboucan.avirom@gmail.com

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Rentals

Recreational/Sale

Want to Rent SENIOR COUPLE looking for a bungalow to rent by July 1, 2014. Please call: 250-417-2623 or 250-919-2855

Transportation

Homes for Rent

Auto Accessories/Parts

JUNE 01 ,2014, SKI HILL home, Kimberley. Great mountain view, double garage, fireplaces, sauna, 4 bedrooms. $1200./mo + utilities. References and DD required. 1 (403)931-1088

SET OF 4 SUMMER TIRES ON RIMS. P225/60R17 on 6 bolt rims. $400 obo. Call (250)489-8389.

Mortgages

Mortgages

OPEN HOUSES Saturday May 10th

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Feeling better takes work on yourself will appreciate all my good qualities? Can you and your guides give me some new suggestions that may help in my life? Feeling Frustrated Dear Feeling Frustrated: What good are new suggestions when you haven’t accomplished any of the suggestions that we have given you in the past? What I hear you saying to me is that you don’t want to do the work to get better. You want to stay a victim and live in your anxiety because somewhere along the line you are getting empathy from others and that negative attention is what you emotionally feed on. You must realize that this type of behaviour pattern is dysfunctional and the result is you are unhappy.

I know that your anxiety gets worse when you start doing the exercises we suggested. So, don’t do the work and you will notice that your anxiety will go down. This means you say to yourself, “I don’t have to do anything I don’t want to do and I don’t want to do these exercises.” So then you say, “But I want to get better.” Then you have to do the work. You are walking around in a perpetual negative argumentative predicament with one or possibly more of your inner children. This inner child or children wants to keep you dysfunctionally safe so that you do not get hurt like you have in the past. In order to get better you will have to find out what child or children are stopping you from becoming an adult.

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The second issue is you need to start going to anxiety classes and learn how to deal with your anxiety problems. My anxiety classes start in October if you wish to join. When I read your letter I started having a conversation with my guide and I asked him, “Why doesn’t she and people in general want to do the work to get better so they can have a happier life? Why don’t they have the passion to work on themselves so they can be better individuals for themselves and those around them?” He said, “Because they are waiting for someone to save them.” I said, “You must be kidding me. Who is going to save them from their emotional tur-

seek the help you need to get better or you don’t want to do the Ask Wendy work then they cannot Wendy help you as well. HowEvano ever, if you pray to your God, guides and angels to help you and moil? God isn’t going to you show that you are come down and strike trying to do the work them with a lightning then you will get all the bolt. What kind of reality help you need. In conclusion, stop is this person living in?” He said, “Exactly; the waiting for someone to key is reality and they come along and save are not living in the real you; it’s just not going to world. They don’t real- happen. We see another man ize that free will is above coming but can he hanas it is below.” He then said, “If she dle your anxiety outdoes not want or wish or bursts? We also see he try to help herself then has deep-rooted issues her guides and angels that will interfere with will stand by and protect your emotional progher as much as they can ress. Therefore, it will but they will not force probably be the same her to do anything she scenario as the last few does not wish.” This relationships you have means if you don’t try to been in.

There is no man that is going to save you from the work you need to do on yourself. That’s not the way it works on this plane. Therefore you have choices to do or not to do the work to get better. I suppose you could do what a lot of people on this plane do, which is you can either drink or take drugs to cope with reality. Do you want to go down that path? You know it’s also a destructive path. I don’t know if this letter has helped you but that’s the way we see it. Either way, no judgement in my corner of the world and whatever path you choose I hope you find some happiness. Wendy

notIce of scheduled Power InterruPtIon wardner and Bull rIver areas When: Saturday, May 24, 2014 Time: From 6:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. local MDT Where: Wardner & Bull River: All customers in the community of Wardner, including Hwy 3/93 approximately four kilometres west of Wardner; Bull River Rd. to Mead Rd., HaHa Creek Rd, Kikomun Rd., Bull River/Galloway Rd.south of Douglas Lake. We will be making electrical system improvements in the Wardner and Bull River areas on Saturday, May 24, 2014. To ensure the safety of our work crews, it will be necessary to interrupt electrical service for approximately four hours. To prepare for this interruption and protect your equipment from damage, turn off all lights, electric heaters, major appliances and unplug all electronics. For the first hour after the power comes back on, please only plug in or turn on those electronics and appliances that you really need. This will help ensure the electrical system does not get overloaded. We are sorry for the inconvenience. We will restore your power as soon as we can. Prepare for outages and stay informed by visiting bchydro.com/outages or bchydro.com/mobile from your handheld device. Please call 1 888 POWERON (1 888 769 3766) for more information.

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Hi Wendy: I have written to you several times for help and I am still going to counselling. My doctor told me that I do not suffer from severe depression but I do have anxiety disorder. I remember that you told me about my anxiety when I had a reading from you. Nothing seems to work for me these days. I try to follow some of the suggestions that you and my counsellor tell me to do but I don’t seem to do most of it. There is always something getting in the way or something that I have to do each day and it stresses me out. Why can’t my life be easier? Will my life get any easier and will I be able to cope better in my life anytime soon? Will I meet a nice man who


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