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WEDNESDAY, JULY 14, 2010 ISSUE 4, VOL. 75

Her purple prince

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Green thumb Rose Whittle from Oliver sure knows how to grow flowers. Her backyard garden is proof of that. Whittle, the vice-president of the Oliver Heirloom Garden Club, bends over to smell a purple prince lily tree that brings her great joy. This is only one of many varieties she has. Amazingly, Whittle can tell you what day each flower will bloom.

Agricultural Area Plan offers farmers flexibility Lyonel Doherty Oliver Chronicle When all is said and done, the Agricultural Area Plan destined for rural Oliver will give farmers more flexibility on what they can do on their land. So says Area C Director Allan Patton, who hosted an open house last week on draft amendments to the plan. Only seven people attended the meeting at the Oliver Community Centre, where RDOS planner Evelyn Riechert presented the proposed changes. As background, local governments are establishing AAPs (mandated by the province) to give some direction on how land-use decisions should be made. In essence, property owners in AG1 and AG2-zoned areas are given a “footprint”

to work with, a space in which they can operate their farms and other non-farming entities. Patton said the purpose is to protect growing areas while giving farmers more flexibility to earn a living without depending entirely on their crops. “Instead of being very prescriptive, we want to let farmers decide what they want to do on their land,” Patton said. Both Riechert and Patton agreed that one of the biggest challenges is dealing with farm operations on small parcels of land. The first proposed change is to create a development permit area adjacent to AG1 and AG2-zoned lands. This will include requirements for screening, landscaping and fencing in order to provide a buffer of all lands within 150 metres of AG1 and AG2 parcels. Riechert said the intent is

to lessen the impact and conflict between farms and nonfarming properties. Under retail space, it is proposed that the total indoor and outdoor sales area be no more than 300 square metres. And at least 50 percent of the sales area is limited to the sale of farm products produced on the farm. “You won’t be able to enforce that,” said Osoyoos resident Grant Montgomery. It is also being proposed that the term “restaurant” be removed from the winery definition and replaced with “winery lounge.” Riechert said they are trying to discourage non-farm use restaurants in agricultural zones. Under agri-tourism accommodation, the following is proposed: remove agri-tourism accommodation as a secondary use in the zoning bylaw, but encourage it in the OfContinued on Pg A2...

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Trained lifeguards at the Oliver Community Pool are teaching water safety to young and old.

The tree fruit industry is getting $5 million in funding, but growers asked for $10 million.

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The ‘Black and White’ ladies scramble at Nk’ Mip Canyon Desert Golf Course was a big success.

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FRUIT & VINE The Oliver Chronicle welcomes comments for our new column highlighting readers’ feelings of appreciation towards an individual or group or sharing comments about experiences they would like to see improved. Submissions must have a name and phone number for verification purposes, but can be published anonymously.. Content may be edited for clarity.

SOUR GRAPES to all the people that walk their dogs on the hot pavement during this hot weather. Thier poor paws must be painful! -A worried resident

A bowl of SWEET CHERRIES to the person who on Tuesday morning June 6, walked the bike trail north of town and pruned off overhanging branches, making the trail safer for foot and bike traffic alike. -A frequent trail user

A bin full of SWEET CHERRIES to Dora Stelkia for helping to organize the July 17th fundraisers for the mudslide victims. - The Oliver Chronicle A bowl of SWEET CHERRIES to all the people that have worked so hard towards Communities In Bloom. -A happy resident

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Agricultural Area Plan gives people a ‘footprint’ to work with in AG1, AG2 ficial Community Plan; limit the total number of seasonal 0.8 hectares; an additional three percent for farm-related tourist accommodation units to a maximum of 10, includ- structures; and greenhouses will be allowed up to 70 pering B&B rooms. Agri-tourism accommodation is only al- cent coverage. lowed on parcels greater than 10 hectares in size. Riechert said the AAP will allow a maximum “footprint” Another amendment being proposed is to allow second- of 3,450 square metres (37,135 square feet) for AG1 parary suites in AG1 and AG2 zones. (They are cels. Patton admitted this size freaks him currently not permitted.) out, but he said the residential portion of Other amendments under the housing the footprint seems too small and might be category include additional dwellings for Patton said accomincreased. farm labour help, and seasonal accommo- modation dwellings Municipal councillor Jack Bennest quesdation facilities. tioned whether these amendments will are for farm labour Patton said accommodation dwellings only; they are not preserve farmland or result in more buildare for farm labour only; they are not ings cropping up on agricultural land. Patmeant to be rental housing. But this will be meant to be rental ton reiterated the purpose is to reduce the housing. But this will difficult to enforce, he admitted. actual footprint on agricultural land and Proposed zoning amendments to parcel be difficult to enpreserve the growing space. coverage is generating the most discus- force, he admitted. Local resident Bill Ross said if he wants a sion. Amendments include the followbig house on a parcel of land, which is not ing: a maximum of 800 square metres for being used productively for agriculture, all buildings and structures on parcels 0.8 that should be his decision (nobody else’s). hectares or less; an allowance of 450 square Patton said they plan to solicit more inmetres for all residential uses for every parcel larger than put on the AAP at another public meeting this fall.

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Literacy coordinator outlines plan

The District Literacy Plan is a comprehensive document with the goal of improving literacy in all age groups. Literacy Coordinator Naomi Ludington presented the plan to School District 53 recently. “A lot of families have real barriers to literacy, and these are the families we want to reach,” she said. Ludington noted they want to do more work with Aboriginals and others who face barriers, such as seniors and youth. She noted that people are signing up to be adult tutors, and the Air Cadet hangar in Oliver is housing a youth tutoring club.

Enrolment figures continue to worry district Oliver continues to be hit with decreasing enrolment figures, which are “alarming and worrisome,” according to Superintendent of Schools Juleen McElgunn. The biggest challenge in the district is Oliver, she said. For example, Oliver Elementary School has lost 13 students from September 2009 to May 31, 2010. Enrolment now stands at approximately 333. Southern Okanagan Secondary School has lost 17 students (from 495 to 478). McElgunn said it was upsetting to her to see a family move out of her neighbourhood. The family only moved in a year ago. McElgunn previously stated that families were moving out of Oliver in order to find work. Decreased enrolment directly affects government

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Greyback gets school contract School District 53 has awarded Greyback Construction with the general contract for the SOSS renovation project. The $22.4 million contract includes the partial demolition and renovation of the school. The completion date is expected in the fall of 2012. The project will feature a “Neighbourhoods of Learning” centre for the south wing of the school. District director of facilities Mitch Van Aller said construction work has already begun.

District clarifies LINK Crew funding Superintendent of Schools Juleen McElgunn clarified a previous report in the Chronicle that stated the district no longer provides funding for LINK Crew at SOSS. She noted the board does provide funding for staffing this program. LINK Crew consists of students who take on a leadership role by orienting new students and making them feel comfortable at the school.

During April and May of 2010, Canada Border Services Agency officers at Osoyoos Port of Entry have been vigilant in their duties of protecting the security and safety of Canadians. Here is a snapshot of the significant enforcement actions that have taken place. Some notable events during this period include: A vehicle was seized from a Canadian resident who was referred for secondary examination, failed to report for the inspection and proceeded north into Canada. In cooperation with the local RCMP, the vehicle was located and returned to the port of entry where the driver was assessed a fine for “running the port”. A number of individuals had their vehicles seized for declaring the vehicle’s value lower than the actual price paid. The vehicles were released to the owners once penalties under the Customs Act were paid. Officers intercepted one Canadian resident whose ability to operate a motor vehicle was impaired by alcohol. The RCMP attended and issued a 24 hour driving prohibition. In 1999 the government of Canada passed Bill C-18 which granted Border Services Officers the powers and responsibilities of peace officers for the purpose of enforcing the Criminal Code.

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SOSS students win many bursaries, awards Contributed To the Chronicle Students from Southern Okanagan Secondary School reaped thousands of dollars in bursaries and awards recently. The following are $1,000 award winners: Ryan Skaros (Old Stockers Award); Aman Brar (Okanagan College Community Spirit); Brady Rush (Okanagan Falls Lions Club Scholarship); Calvin Frederiksson (SYSCO Food Products Scholarship); Manmeet Aulakh (Rotary Club of Oliver Scholarship); Drew Craik (Dogwood District Authority Scholarship); Stevie Kingsfield (Dogwood District Authority Scholarship); Jordan Townsend (Okanagan Falls Lions Club Scholarship); Chris Souto (Dorothy and Ron Bonnett Memorial Scholarship, and Dogwood District Scholarship); JJ Zakall (SOMHA Scholarship); Renee Savaia (Dogwood District); Riley Martin (RJ Shannon Memorial Bursary);

Mark DesBrisay (Okanagan Falls Legion Scholarship, and Okanagan Falls Lions Club Scholarship); Melissa Wheeler (Oliver Legion Scholarship); Bal Sidhu (SOGH Scholarship); Depinder Mann (Valley First Scholarship); Ashley Hitchens (Okanagan Falls Women’s Institute Scholarship, and Okanagan Falls Legion Ladies Auxiliary Scholarship); Alastair Heinrichs (Dogwood District); Jorden Harty (SD 53 Trades Scholarship, and Dogwood District); Tanner Philipps (Kiwanis Club of Oliver Scholarship); Shana-Marie Thayer (Okanagan Falls Legion, and Ladies Auxiliary scholarship); and Jasmine Dhillon (Interior Savings Credit Union). Heather Smith and Alastair Heinrichs won the SOSTU Scholarships for $1,250 each. The following students were recipients of $1,500 awards: Jeremy Casorso (Sheila Bull Memorial); Kenna Riplinger (Charlotte Campbell Memorial); Shallu Toor (Dr. George and Carolyn Cope Scholarship); Bal Sidhu (Charlotte Campbell Memorial);

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Shana-Marie Thayer and Jasmine Dhillon won the SD 53 scholarships ($2,000 each). Winning the $2,500 President’s Entrance Scholarship were Renee Savaia, Kenna Riplinger, Mark DesBrisay, Shallu Toor, Bal Sidhu, Depinder Mann, Aperrna Sasheendren, Tanner Philipps, Shana-Marie Thayer, and Jasmine Dhillon. Alastair Heinrichs won the $2,500 Francis Family Scholarship, while Jasmine Dhillon won the South Okanagan Health Care Auxiliary Scholarship for $2,500. Depinder Mann won the $3,500 Community Builders award, while Shallu Toor won the Entrance Scholarship for $4,000. Pavan Brar won the Okanagan College President’s Entrance Scholarship for $5,000, and Shana-Marie Thayer won the $20,000 Major Entrance Award. Many other students won bursaries under $1,000 and will use that money towards furthering their education.

Apprenticeship students prepare for their careers Sous chef, mechanic, welder get experience in career prep program where sky is the limit Lyonel Doherty Oliver Chronicle Colton Hauer is only 16, yet he’s a junior sous chef in Osoyoos and speaks three languages. Fellow student Chris Souto completed a transmission job in his first week at work, and now runs an auto shop part time. And after school, Calvin Frederiksson installs air conditioners and furnaces, and plans to acquire his gas fitting certificate. The list of successful students in the Secondary School Apprenticeship program goes on. For example, Raymond Marcy is a welder, Ryan McDonald is a forklift mechanic, Josh Irwin is a commercial transport vehicle mechanic, Erin Irwin is a hair stylist, Caley Howard is a professional cook, Joey Gray is an RV technician, and Ryan Skaros is an automotive service technician. The career preparation program in School District 53 is seeing some great things from a number of great students. That was evident during educator/facilitator Ron Lee’s recent presentation to the board. Lee has been praised for doing an amazing job with the students, who earn money and credits while working at local businesses. “The key thing is finding an employer willing to hire a student,” Lee said. For example, Hauer, who speaks French and German, works for Walnut Beach Resort. Souto works for Darrell’s Mobile Auto and Marine, and Frederiksson works for Sarson’s Mechanical Service. “The big kick for me is getting students into an occupation and getting them trained in the field,” said Lee, who’s retiring from Southern Okanagan Secondary School. Lee sees a lot of local employment opportunities for students, noting that Greyback Construction has been awarded the general contract for the SOSS renovation project. Lee said there should also be some work opportunities associated with the new Southwinds Crossing shopping centre. Souto initially didn’t know what trade to get into and was considering carpentry. But his father introduced him to an automotive shop. “It’s incredible. I’m learning how to run a business and do bookings.” Frederiksson offers this advice to other students: “If you like the trades, go for it. Don’t sit back and wait for something to hit you.” School board chair June Harrington said Lee has left the district a wonderful legacy in preparing students for the careers.


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Motorcyclist killed after night collision with van A westbound motorcyclist crossed over the centre line and collided head-on with a Ford Freestar van that was eastbound on July 8 at approximately 8:25 p.m. about 7 km east of Osoyoos on Anarchist Mountain. The subsequent collision caused the motorcyclist to be ejected from his motorcycle, and the van continued into the ditch. Lance McKay, 55, from Spruce Grove, Alberta, died immediately as a result of the collision. The occupants of the van were taken to South Okanagan General Hospital in Oliver

where they were treated for minor injuries and released. The occupants of the minivan were from the Lower Mainland. South Okanagan Traffic Services in Keremeos is continuing with this investigation, and it is too early to determine if speed or alcohol were factors in the crash. Corporal Bryce Petersen said it is unlikely that criminal charges will be pursued. Police are working with the BC Coroners Service.

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There are lots of turtles in the sea, but this is a special group of “Sea Turtles” in the Oliver Community Pool, where water safety lessons are taught. At right, senior lifeguard Renee Savaia leads a group of water-wise children on a swimming safari where safety is the key.

Oliver lifeguard urges water safety for all ages By Lyonel Doherty Oliver Chronicle

People never expect to be the victim of a water-related accident, but it can happen in seconds. In fact, more than 500 water-related deaths occur each year in Canada, and all of them are preventable, says an Oliver lifeguard. Bobbi-Jean Batchelor, head lifeguard at the Oliver Community Pool, urges people of all ages to be water smart, not only for themselves but for others. “I worry about this generation,” she says, noting the number of people enrolled in water safety courses is dwindling. Batchelor believes there needs to be a shift in attitude when it comes to water safety. For example, instead of wearing their lifejackets, people are storing them in their vessels while boating. “That’s like putting on your seatbelt instantly before a crash.” Batchelor says the 12 staff members at the Oliver Community Pool work extremely hard to become certified lifeguards and to teach water safety. Four are certified to teach “bronze medallion” and “bronze cross,” and the “Junior Lifeguard Club.” All staff members are certified to teach the Red Cross water safety course.

“Prevention is the key,” Batchelor says, adding the course teach valuable life-saving skills. She points out that everyone can benefit since you don’t have to be a great swimmer. To participate in the bronze medallion and bronze cross courses, you have to be 13 years of age or older and must possess basic swimming skills. The Junior Lifeguard Club is for youth between the age of 11 to 13. Batchelor says the bronze medallion and bronze cross courses are not just for aspiring lifeguards, they’re for anyone who wants to learn life-saving skills for water emergencies. Batchelor notes the most common emergencies on the water relate to the following: excessive speed while operating boats; not wearing a lifejacket; drinking alcohol; not knowing how to swim; and engaging in high-risk behaviours, such as cliff jumping. “We try to be good role models as lifeguards,” Batchelor says. Staff members also teach the importance of sun safety by promoting the use of sun screen, sun glasses and hats. “Even lifeguards have to be cautious about heat stroke and heat exhaustion.’ For more information about water safety course at the Oliver Community Pool, please call 485-0999.

‘Climate Action Planning’ contract awarded Lyonel Doherty Oliver Chronicle

The RDOS has awarded a contract to Stantec Consulting to carry out work on the “Climate Action Planning” project. The project, established to gain compliance under Bill 27 (the “Green Communities” initiative), tackles the following: Reducing greenhouse gases and meeting those targets in official community plans and the district’s Regional Growth Strategy. The RDOS has voluntarily committed to: being carbon neutral for corporate operations by 2012; measuring and reporting greenhouse gases and future emissions; and encouraging compact and efficient communities.

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A6 Oliver Chronicle Wednesday, July 14, 2010

Water Wheel

OPINION

The following information came from Marion Smith, daughter of Wally Smith: On the left is John (Jack) Smith, father of Wallace J. Smith (other is unknown). This waterwheel was built by Wallace, and was used to irrigate a portion of his orchard that could not receive water from the Irrigation District. During the life of the waterwheel, beavers would block the sluice box and break the supports and paddles on a daily basis.

THE OLIVER CHRONICLE WELCOMES LETTERS TO THE EDITOR on subjects of interest to our readers. Short letters are most likely to be chosen for publication, but the use of any material is at the discretion of the editor. The editor reserves the right to edit letters to meet space requirements, clarity or to avoid obscenity, libel or invasion of privacy. Upon request, we will use a pseudonym only, but only rarely and for compelling reasons. Letters published do not necessarily reflect the editorial policies or beliefs of this newspaper. All letters must include your first and last name, contact number, town or city of residence to be considered.

Grads need a positive attitude early in life

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eeing SOSS grads say goodbye to teachers and friends reminds many of the classic film, “To Sir With Love.” Those schoolgirl days, of telling tales and biting nails are gone. But in my mind, I know they will still live on and on. But how do you thank someone, who has taken you from crayons to perfume? It isn’t easy, but I’ll try – Lulu, 1967. Remember those days of closing books and long last looks? Of finding love or what you thought was love? Those broken hearts didn’t realize how many fish were in the sea until they walked through those big doors for the last time. For some, leaving high school was hard to do because it was their comfort zone, their familiarity with life . . . it was their second home. For others, they couldn’t wait to get the hell out of there, away from all the rules and timelines, only to run into more of the same in the real world. A great adventure or a dismal existence awaits these grads – it all depends on their attitude. They can see many windows of opportunity or they can see many pitfalls – it’s totally up to them. One thing is for certain: If they don’t develop a positive attitude early on, it’s going to be a tough road from the start, and change won’t come easy. And will you gather daydreams or will you gather wealth? How can you find your fortune when you cannot find yourself? – “Sit Down Young Stranger” by Gordon Lightfoot. Bless our teachers, whose responsibility of educating our children is huge. They have given the grads most of the tools necessary to succeed, now it’s up to them to carve their own way. Regardless of the path they choose, it won’t be all Corn Flakes and honey. Like the yellow brick road, there will be many trials and tribulations, but with them come the joys of discovery and personal fulfillment. As our aspiring grads close this book and open yet another, here’s some advice: Help others down on their luck, don’t burn your bridges, own up to your mistakes, apologize when you’ve wronged somebody, learn to say no, when you fall, get back up again, take chances, and don’t carry a chip on your shoulder. We know many of the grads will make us proud in Oliver. Some will go on and do great things, perhaps even change the world. Others won’t, and that’s okay. Just think, if we were all the same, life wouldn’t be a box of chocolates.

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Lesson learned, time to move on Editor, Oliver Chronicle: I am shocked at the amount of publicity against the firemen who take their lives in their hands by just doing their duty, time and again. How would a person feel if their property was burning and not enough firemen to help? I imagine some of the volunteer firemen would be ready to quit, which I hope they don’t.

We need them, regardless of a mistake by one or two. I was happy after reading some of the letters of support the fire department got. The publicity was much overdone. The one or two involved have learned their lesson, so please let us leave them be! Monique McKeage, Oliver

Action against volunteers by our officials was a little ‘mini-minded’ Editor, Oliver Chronicle: Only mini-minded, pencil-pushing officials could come up with such a dumb disciplinary action against volunteer firemen who drop everything to scrape bodies off the highway, rescue people and pets from burning buildings, inhale toxic cancer-causing fumes for not great and only temporary pay and benefits. The beer in the kegs would certainly be discarded and therefore putting it to a good wind-down and calming use after doing a great job, stopping the fire from completely

burning down Main Street was deserved. I feel our firemen have been abused and under the circumstances I would feel most understanding if our fire department withdrew their services in protest. Then we could see how much volunteering the officials would do. Finally, to the firemen, should my house burn down, please feel free to relax with any intact bottles of beer, wine or liquor you can pick out of the embers. James Moore, Oliver

Suspending hometown heroes is a big black mark on our community Editor, Oliver Chronicle: When I heard Global TV news on July the 5th, I was shocked to hear that our whole fire department is facing suspension due to poor judgment during the Mesa Hotel fire. Oh, my God! What is wrong with our town council? To me, this has been blown out of porportion. These brave and loyal firefighters need our support, not our criticism. To suspend our hometown heroes would be a slap in the face and a black mark on our community. We had a fire seven months ago and thanks to our fire-

fighters lives were saved as well as the building. They put their lives on the line every time they are called out and this is what they get in return. I am appalled by the lack of consideration and support givin to our volunteers. Let’s hope that none of the people who made this idiotic decision have a fire in their homes or businesses while these ridiculous suspensions are in place. Many, many thanks to the Oliver firefighters who put their lives on the line each and every time they are called to a burn and to their families who support them... I raise my glass to you all..cheers!! Kathy Roveredo, Oliver Letters continued on Pg A10...

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Wednesday, July 14, 2010 Oliver Chronicle A7

Iraq: Goodbye, good luck as troops withdraw

As the American withdrawal gains speed, there are fewer American troops in Iraq than in Afghanistan for the first time since 2003. By the end of August there will be no US combat troops left in Iraq, though some tens of thousands of support troops will remain until next year. And still there is no new Iraqi government, although it is now four months since the election on 7 March. US Vice-President Joe Biden was in Baghdad at the week-end urging Iraqi politicians to end the political deadlock, but America’s influence over events in Gwynne Iraq has been falling as fast as its troop numbers. In the end, the same broad coalition of Shia Arabs and Kurds that ran the country before will probably rule again, excluding the Sunni Arabs, but it’s unclear who will lead the new coalition. The last election made Iraq’s sectarian and ethnic rivalries even sharper, if that is possible. The corruption is universal and shameless. Dozens of people are still being killed by suicide bombers every week. But the country cannot really fail, because there is just so much oil. After three decades of foreign wars, UN sanctions and American occupation, Iraq’s oil exports bottomed out at 1.8 million barrels per day in 2008, but they are already back up to 2.5 million b/d – and Baghdad plans to be producing 9.9 million b/d only ten years from now. That would make it the world’s first, second or third-largest exporter (depending on what happens to Saudi Arabian and Russian production), and drown it in a tidal wave of cash.    The target is plausible, because this is not speculation about production from new oilfields; it is just enhanced

production from existing fields. Contracts to build the infrastructure to pump that extra oil have already been signed with two dozen foreign oil companies. Since the foreigners are only paid a fee per barrel, Iraq gets most of the profits. On the reasonable assumption that the price of oil will not drop below $50 per barrel in the next decade, that means that the Iraqi government will have an oil income of at least $150 billion a year by 2020. Twothirds of the current government’s income is stolen by the political elite and there is no reason to think that this will change, but Dyer that would still allow some $50 billion a year to trickle through and serve the needs of ordinary Iraqis.    That is probably enough to buy the grudging loyalty of most Shia Arabs to the Iraqi state. The Kurds are a different case, but the hostility of all their neighbours to full Kurdish independence will probably persuade them to maintain their current semi-detached relationship with Baghdad. And the Sunni Arab minority can be either bought off or repressed. In the old days, there might have been a popular revolution to sweep away the emigre elite that came back from the US, Europe and Iran to feed off the long-suffering Iraqi people, but those days are gone. After Abdulkarim Qasim, the Baathists, Saddam Hussein, and the Americans – fifty years of disappointment – the Iraqis don’t believe in saviours any more. “Won’t Get Fooled Again” could be the national anthem. All the Iraqis can reasonably hope for, in the aftermath of the US occupation, is corrupt governments riven by sectarian and ethnic divisions, but that is probably a stable

outcome provided there is enough money. And to be fair to the Americans, no other post-Saddam, post-occupation outcome was ever likely. So what happens in the next few months? The union last month between outgoing prime minister Nouri al-Maliki’s  secular but overwhelmingly Shia State of Law Party and the two religious Shia parties in the Iraqi National Alliance creates a bloc that is within striking distance of a parliamentary majority. Recreate the alliance with the Kurds that Maliki had in the last coalition, and the deal is done. That coalition has not yet happened because Maliki would almost certainly not be the prime minister in it: one of the Shia religious parties, led by Moqtada al-Sadr, hates him too much. The coalition talks may continue at a stately pace down to September as Maliki seeks to stay in power, but he will probably fail. His only hope is to make a deal instead with Iyad Allawi’s Iraqiyya party, which got most Sunni Arabs’ votes across the west and north of the country, but also significant support from secular Shias in and around Baghdad. But the Kurds would probably not join such a coalition, because Iraqiyyah ran on an anti-Kurdish platform across northern Iraq – and besides, Allawi and Maliki cannot stand each other. Some sort of deal will be done in the end, because the spoils of power are just too tempting – and meanwhile, the Americans are leaving as quietly as possible. As quietly, that is, as you can move 1,900 heavy tanks and fighting vehicles, 43,000 trucks, 600 helicopters, and 34,000 tonnes of ammunition. Some of this stuff will go straight back to the United States, but quite a lot of it will be repaired in Kuwait and then sent on to Afghanistan. The “dumb war,” as President Obama called it, is over. The almost-as-dumb war continues.

Protecting the planet is a sacred and scientific duty If we were to judge our priorities by the amount of space devoted to stories in the news, we’d have to figure that the World Cup, controversy at a hot-dogeating contest, and the shenanigans of Paris and Lindsay were the most important issues. Meanwhile, news about vanishing species, climate change, and loss of topsoil appears briefly, often buried in the David B section of the newspaper, before vanishing. It’s been this way for a while. Back in 1992, some of the world’s most prominent scientists issued an urgent warning about imminent ecological collapse. The World Scientists’ Warning to Humanity, signed by 1,700 top scientists from 71 countries, including 104 Nobel laureates, began with the statement: “Human beings and the natural world are on a collision course.” Major television networks and newspapers ignored the warning. Yet the same news media continue to play up the pronouncements of economic pundits who weren’t even able to anticipate the 2008 economic meltdown. I have long maintained that what distinguishes us from other animals is our ability to use our accumulated knowledge, experience, and insight to look ahead, to see where the dangers and opportunities lie, and to choose a path that allows us to avoid the hazards and exploit the opportunities. Foresight has been the key to our enormous success as a species. Yet today, we are turning our backs on this great survival attribute as we ignore the perilous warnings of scientists while focusing on the latest shift in the Dow Jones average, the value of the Canadian dollar (to four decimal points), and the activities of Donald Trump, Jim Balsillie, and Steve Jobs. Two years before the World Scientists’ Warning, astronomer Carl Sagan presented a remarkable appeal from scientists to religious leaders at the Global Forum of Spiritual and Parliamentary Leaders on Human

Survival in Moscow. It was signed by 32 Nobel Prize– winning and other scientists and is well worth quoting at length: “The Earth is the birthplace of our species and, as far as we know, our only home. When our numbers were small and our technology feeble, we were powerless to influence the environment of our world. But today, suddenly…our Suzuki numbers have become immense and our technology has achieved vast, even awesome, powers. Intentionally or inadvertently, we are now able to make devastating changes in the global environment, an environment to which we and all other beings with which we share the Earth are meticulously and exquisitely adapted.” The appeal listed numerous threats, including “depletion of the protective ozone layer; a global warming unprecedented in the last 150 millennia; the obliteration of an acre of forest every second; the rapidfire extinction of species; and the prospect of a global nuclear war which would put at risk most of the population of the Earth.” It also called on spiritual leaders to view the situation as a common cause: “Problems of such magnitude, and solutions demanding so broad a perspective, must be recognized from the outset as having a religious as well as a scientific dimension. Mindful of our common responsibility, we scientists, many of us long engaged in combating the environmental crisis, urgently appeal to the world religious community to commit, in word and deed, and as boldly as is required, to preserve the environment of the Earth.” This remarkable document ends with a moving statement about an underlying congruence of science and religion: “As scientists, many of us have had profound experiences of awe and reverence before the universe. We understand that what is regarded as sacred is more likely to be treated with care and respect. Our plan-

etary home should be so regarded. Efforts to safeguard and cherish the environment need to be infused with a vision of the sacred. At the same time, a much wider and deeper understanding of science and technology is needed. If we do not understand the problem, it is unlikely we will be able to fix it. Thus, there is a vital role for both religion and science.”

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Funding for tree fruit industry announced Wendy Johnson Special to the Chronicle Fruit bowl half full or half empty…the answer to that question will probably take months if not years to determine. The debate stems from the recent announcement of a $5 million infusion of provincial and federal funds into the tree fruit industry and earmarked for innovative projects. What growers are getting though differs substantially from what they asked for—$10 million in direct assistance. “The main difference is that none of this funding will flow to growers directly; it was made very clear to us that it was to move the tree fruit industry forward strategically,” stated BCFGA president, Joe Sardinha, a few days later. “But all along we had made a case that growers were cashshort and that lack would probably be an issue for some of them with respect to the quality of fruit they are going to produce this year, especially if they don’t have the financial resources to put on adequate sprays or commit the dollars needed to do a very good thinning job.” Those expenditures are hampered by both nature and regulations. Last fall orchardists suffered heavy losses due to the deep unseasonable cold that bullied its way through the area in October. Growers had asked for help from Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada’s AgriRecovery program, which allows federal and provincial governments

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to jointly respond to natural disasters such as disease and weather; officials denied the request saying that particular incident belongs under production insurance and AgriRecovery doesn’t deal with issues already covered by other programs. A moot point, countered Sardinha, because most growers would not have qualified for production assistance anyway, given the percentages of crop left on their trees. Nevertheless, successful association presidents come with a healthy degree of pragmatism in their veins and Sardinha is no exception when it comes to discussing this stimulus funding that will be delivered jointly on a 60-40 basis, with Ottawa contributing $3 million and BC chipping in the rest. “Let’s not kid ourselves; it is still $5 million the industry is going to have access to that we didn’t have before. We’ve all heard about the fiscal challenges both provincially and federally and we’ve seen where cuts in spending are affecting other areas of the economy, such as education. “So from that point of view we have to consider ourselves fortunate. But the main challenge is going to be finding out exactly what projects will qualify and how we are going to be able to spend that money in the most effective manner possible.” Some ideas under discussion are innovations on the packinghouse side such as new cold storage and packing line technologies, but the BCFGA is also hoping issues like domestic marketing will be addressed too. Up to now that idea has gained short shrift with governments more interested in programs geared towards developing international markets, but Sardinha said the times call for more flexible thinking in this regard.

Already, current thinking outside the proverbial fruit box has the potential to yield financial dividends eventually for growers, especially with respect to the Sterile Insect Release program. “We’ve recently submitted an application to the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) for the establishment of an Area of Low Pest Prevalence (ALPP), based on the areawide codling moth management of the SIR program. ALPP would be a unique designation to Canada; it has never been tried before in any other production region in the country and we would be the first.” A “branding” like this would build a differentiation point for products coming out of the Okanagan, he noted, and once you have the backing and endorsement from the CFIA, it becomes an international designation and the CFIA becomes the verification point for countries in terms of developing trade relationships with BC. But all that is in the future and growers still have to get through today and a slew of tomorrows. And pragmatism aside, Sardinha is aware the cost of food production continues to outdistance harvest returns, Washington state is an ever-present threat on the horizon and now the “loonie” has turned from friend to foe as it nears parity. “If there is another huge apple crop south of the border we could be in for a bit of a fight marketwise. And the Canadian dollar is going in the wrong direction for us too, which has a big impact on our bottom line. To date, no timeline has been determined for the funding’s arrival. However, Oliver grower, Swaran Chahal voiced the sentiments held by other Okanagan orchardists, regarding the news. “I think this money should have gone to the growers.”

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You’re welcome to do like Try getting up at 3 a.m. we do and ‘step into hell’ for fire and work at 6 a.m. ...Continued from Pg A6

Editor, Oliver Chronicle:

Editor, Oliver Chronicle: As a firefighter, try getting up at 3 a.m to put out a structure fire or cut somebody out of a vehicle, and be ready for work at 6 a.m.

Maybe Owen Chung should walk a mile in our shoes before criticizing the fire department. As a firefighter it can be hell at times, but there is personal satisfaction in helping people in need. Cliff Jacobs, Oliver

Bennest sets the record straight about beer at hall Editor, Oliver Chronicle: In the last couple of weeks I have received phone calls and media inquiries regarding my activities on May 23 – the day of the Mesa Hotel fire. I was alerted to the fire by a siren while out walking on the Hike and Bike trail. I picked up my camera and took various shots for my website and CTV/Province. I then went to the fire hall and sat with former chief Richard Simmons who was manning the command centre. We sipped hot coffee for several hours while listening to the progress of fighting a dangerous fire at an historic site. Later in the afternoon I returned to

the canteen to thank the members of the Oliver Fire Department for a really professional job of protecting the downtown area from further damage. I was offered a beer and accepted a “bottle” brewed in the Kootenays. I did not finish it and left the men involved in de-briefing. End of story. Oliver is extremely lucky to have such a fine fire department serve us. I support the leadership of Dave Janzen, Danny Skaros and the full compliment of firefighters who sit on call 24 hours a day for our benefit and protection. I endorse the joint decision announced last week by the fire department/ Town. It is time to move on. Jack Bennest, Oliver

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I have been a firefighter for Oliver, I have sat silent and seen all the letters, like the letter from Mr Chung, now it’s my turn. I, like some others at the fire hall, were away for the Mesa Hotel fire, but we decided as a group that when we get praised we all take the praise, so as a group we will support each other in this time and take the crap. Mayor and council came down to the fire hall on June 25 and we said to the mayor that we are standing up as a group to take the punishment. The mayor agreed that he would stay out of the media, and let this die down, but no, every chance he gets there he is. Has he mentioned to anyone about a city councillor (at the time of the fire he we acting mayor) who was in the back alley watching the kegs being loaded , and after the fire was at the fire hall watching them drink it. No, nothing. Now let me say the guys that did this act and the ones that didn’t partake in this act are being punished every day, for people in

the community, that we love and are willing to drop everything to put our lives on the line and serve the community. I welcome people like Mr Chung to feel free to come on down to the fire hall the next time we have a “rip roarer,” and put on an air pack then do like us and step into hell! If not, then shut up! One thing that I’m not getting is the owner of the Mesa – the kegs didn’t belong to her and yet she is crying bloody murder. They came here from Vancouver and tried to make a go of it here; we from Oliver accepted them, and yet she has been one of the biggest winners in this. Six months or maybe a year she will probably move back from where she came from and she will have nothing left to do with Oliver, but she will be happy that she has stirred the pot up in this little town that we love. To all those people supporting us, thank you, and I along with my friends at the fire hall will continue to serve you with pride. Rob Morrison, Oliver


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Police caution motorcyclists about helmet use Contributed To the Chronicle Police with South Okanagan Traffic Services are urging motorcyclists to wear proper headgear on the road. This reminder comes after the use of non-approved helmets (plastic novelty) that contributed to injuries during two recent motorcycle crashes. “We are asking all motorcycle drivers to take a serious look at what is protecting their brain when they slide along the pavement or impact a rock face,” said Sergeant J.L. Rasmussen.

With warmer weather, serious crashes involving motorcycles are on an upward trend, he pointed out. Speed and driver error contributing factors in the two recent crashes, one on Highway 3, the other on Highway 5A. Fortunately, the outcome wasn’t disastrous, Rasmussen said. Speeding and unsafe passing are the major factors causing death and injury on South Okanagan highways, he noted. In a recent enforcement campaign on Highway 3 and Highway 97, the following infractions were reported: 170 for speeding, 34 for no seatbelt, 31 for other moving offences, two for commercial driving offences, three for possession of marijuana, three 24-hour suspensions, two prohibited driving offences and 21 warnings.

Clean your filters and save your health for the long run  Most people realize that their car must go in for regular check-ups, or problems will appear. But many of these people don’t think the rules apply to their body. Yet your lungs breathe in the same stuff as your air filter. And your kidneys, liver, and intestinal tract can become as gummed up as an oil filter. These organs, along with your lymphatic system, cleanse your blood and sift out waste. Take your liver, for example. It’s a 3.5-pound gland with about 250 functions. To keep it healthy, keep exercising to reduce excess fat (2009 study in Hepatology). The kidneys are also tireless workers, removing two quarts of waste and extra water from the blood daily. This helps to regulate blood pressure, putting less stress on blood vessels and heart. They also balance electroLifestyle Wise the lytes to prevent hypertension and abBy Jorg Mardian normal heart rhythms. Drink plenty of water to prevent them from struggling to balance body fluids, cellular damage and kidney stones. Your lungs are important insofar as to keep you breathing. In fact, without their proper functions, you are a few minutes away from death. Like a lawn mower filter which needs constant replacement in a dusty environment, your lungs also are exposed directly to the external environment and have to be treated kindly. Whatever you breathe in – whether dust, hairspray, viruses, bacteria or any other pollutant – the hair like cilia of the lungs must sweep out. You can imagine that a continuous influx of impurities may trigger bronchitis and asthma-like symptoms. Ozone levels on smoggy days can also cause a narrowing of the airways through inflammation. That’s why it’s comforting to know that people who eat lots of apples are 33% less likely to have a chronic cough, according to a National Institutes of Health Study. The pectin and antioxidants in apples apparently reduce inflammation. Last, the gastro-intestinal tract must deal with the aftershock of junk food and processed foods. The GI tract runs from the esophagus down into the stomach, small intestine and colon, and separates what your body needs – namely nutrients. Of course, absorption problems can prevent this, so your food sources must be from the unprocessed variety as much as possible. Frequent bouts of heartburn can scar the esophagus and cause pain. While antacids mask the symptoms, they won’t

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Here are five helpful tips for choosing the right paint colour Adding paint to your walls is the fastest, easiest and that room to generate. To create a bold look, choose highcheapest way to give your living space a dramatic make- energy colours like brick, terra-cotta, antique gold or Pomover. But to many of us the task of choosing the peian red. For a seductive scheme, pick smoky right colour seems impossible. Maybe you’re charcoal, mauve or pewter. To play up a room's not quite sure where to start or you’ve made prettiness, select a palette of blush pink, oyster poor colour choices in the past. Fear no more, and icy blue—you get where I am heading. here are some helpful tips to help you choose Tip 3: Don’t overlook the powerful colours of the perfect colour for your room. nature.  The easiest way to make a confident colour Nature is anything but conservative. The choice is to establish a colour theme for your landscape around your house is blooming with home and carry it throughout your home. Tie colour ideas. Trees may suggest an earthy paltogether different colour rooms by using a ette of greens and browns. A beach setting common colour for your mouldings and trim. might suggest vivid blues, turquoises, and coral Tip 1: Find your colour theme colours. Even the garden in your front yard can One very good method for doing this is to inspire exciting colour combinations.  Decorate Your choose a favourite artwork, fabric (upholstery, Tip 4: Using tips one through three, deterblanket or drapery) or accessory—it’s impormine a colour palette for your room. tant that this is something you love.  This is done by selecting three colours from with Petra Veintimilla Tip 2: Determine what mood you'd like to your theme. Next choose one of the three paint create  colours as your proposed wall colour. (Save Another popular technique is to build your colour the other two to be used around the room in the furnishtheme based on the mood or atmosphere you would like ings.) To choose the colours for adjacent rooms, take the same original three colour choices and select another colour. Another tip is to choose a fourth colour that can be used as an accent and added to each room in some form—linking all the rooms together. Tip 5: Do some testing Go to the paint store and buy the smallest amount

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of paint that matches these colours. Next buy 3 pieces of foam board and paint at least 2 coats on each board. Let paint dry between coats. Let dry for 24 hours. Make the final decision by moving your colour boards around your room(s). Ask yourself, how do they look with your furniture? How do they look at daytime and at nighttime? With table lamps, track lighting and recessed lighting? Even go as far as to hold a mirror to yourself and see how you look against these colours (this is especially important in ladies bathrooms for putting on make-up). Finally, the big question: “Which colour makes you feel good?”  The right colour will speak to you—and you will make the perfect colour choice. Still not sure, when in doubt: • Go one shade lighter. • Remember yellow and rose tones make a room feel warmer. Blue and green tones make a room feel cooler. • Snow white paint is reserved for ultra modern homes. It’s safer to go with a white that has a hint of peach beige or pink. • Save bold colour themes for rooms you don’t spend long lengths of time, such as the bathroom or dining room.  •  If you plan to sell your house soon, stick to mainstream colours. These are more likely to appeal to prospective buyers. And finally, note the “60-30-10 Rule”: Sixty percent of the colour in a room comes from the walls; 30 percent from upholstery, floor covering, or window treatments; and 10 percent from accent pieces, accessories, and artwork. A more interesting wall colour will add more interest to the room. Love the space you’re in! Happy painting.

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Savvy Australia Oliver reminded about yard waste provides lessons for Okanagan The Okanagan Basin Water Board is learning a thing or two about Australia’s 10-year drought experience. Executive Director Anna Warwick Sears presented findings from a recent water policy tour in Australia. Of note was the universal value given to water. Dual-flush toilets are standard, recycled water for irrigation is common, and maintaining environmental flows is given great importance. Flashing highway signs show dam levels and daily water use, and most communities have water signs with current drought conditions. The city of Sydney’s goal is to be so water efficient that restrictions will not be needed. Sears said many of the lessons learned can be applied in the Okanagan Valley.

Yard Waste collections occur in Penticton, Naramata, Kaleden, West Bench, Heritage Hills and Carmi the week of July 5th to 9th. Homes in Okanagan Falls, Twin Lakes, Oliver, Osoyoos, Keremeos and Electoral Areas ‘A’, ‘B’, ‘C’ and ‘G’ get pickups the week of July 12th to 16th. Residents are asked to place bags and bundles out by 7:00 am on their regular garbage collection day. Yard waste should be placed out in clear bags or be bundled with twine or string. Bags and bundles should weigh no more than 25 kg 155 pounds. To be collected in this program, branches must be smaller than 7.5 cm 13 inches in diameter and shorter than 1 m 13 feet in length. Food waste and lumber are not collected with this service and should not be mixed in bags or bundles. Please remember you can take up to 500 kg I 1100 pounds per load of

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Oliver District Heritage Society awarded honourary membership status at its recent annual general meeting. In back is president Gordon Hahn. In middle are Greta Westby (left) and Dot Cranston. In front from left are Roma Pedersen and Edith Rienhart (nee Barritt).

Fairview ladies played the game of o-n-e-s on June 30 Contributed To the Chronicle  This game is a nine hole golf game. The holes that count, start with the letter, o- ne & s (1-6-7-8-9-11-16-17-18).  Our winners for overall low net were, Julie Langlois with a 38.5, Joyce Traviss with a

40 & Arlene Graham with 40.5. We had 4 deuces - Joyce Traviss & Nadia Wish on #15 - Sue Capyk  & Roberta Dodge on #10. Carol Bonaldo had a birdie on #14 & Arlene Graham had TWO birdies, one #2 & #18, good job Arlene! Our 50/50 winner is Roberta Dodge.  

Oliver Communities In Bloom Infant dies after JUDGES TOUR – July 22nd, 2010 – Oliver Communities in Bloom will be hosting the BC Communities in Bloom Judges July 21/10 - July 23/10 inclusive. As a part of the initiative the Judges will be doing a tour of Oliver, Area C and the Osoyoos Indian Band lands. The tour will begin at Fairview Patten Road, with stops around Oliver, extend North to Vaseux Lake, East along Tuc el Nuit and Black Sage Roads, South to Road #22 and along Hwy 97. The tour will allow the Judges the opportunity to evaluate the efforts of all the participants according to the six criteria set out by BC Communities in Bloom. The tour route was designed to enable the Judges to view as many of the attributes as possible. We are requesting all the citizens along the route to assist us in our efforts. The map to the left shows the Tour route.

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The community of Cawston is mourning the death of an 18-year-old boy who was accidentally run over by his mother on Sunday, July 11. Keremeos RCMP and BC Ambulance Service paramedics responded to the tragedy on VLA Road, where the boy was struck in a driveway. Police say the mother was unaware she hit the child as she left the home to pick up groceries. She learned of the horrific news when she returned from town. Paramedics tried to revive the boy but were not successful. He was pronounced dead at the hospital. The family was assisted by Keremeos RCMP Victim Services. The names of the driver and the child are not being released at this time.

Beware heat stress Heat stress, heat exhaustion, and heat stroke are all risks you can suffer from as the temperature rises. The effects of heat stress include general weakness, tiredness, poor muscle control, and headache. Heat exhaustion may also include nausea, pale, cool and clammy skin, excessive sweating, rapid pulse and rapid shallow breathing and muscle cramps. Heat stroke, the next stage, can occur very quickly and without warning. Symptoms of serious heat stroke include hot, dry, flushed skin, usually with no sweating, agitation and confusion, headache, nausea, and vomiting. It is important for adults to ensure that kids are kept cool and receive plenty of fluids. People over 65 are also at greater risk for heat-related illness, and during periods of high heat they should be checked on regularly. If you or someone around you appears to be suffering from heat-related illness: Move to a cooler environment; rest; drink plenty of cool, non-alcoholic fluids; take a cool shower or bath; and wear light-weight clothing Serious symptoms may require emergency services.


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Inkameep Daycare gets greener with project $$ Contributed To the Chronicle

Kids and teachers at Inkameep Daycare in Oliver are greening their outdoor space through a partnership with Toyota and Evergreen.  Evergreen is an environmental nonprofit that works with Canadians to bring nature back to urban communities.  Evergreen is celebrating the 10th year of a national partnership with Toyota Canada dealerships, designed to transform Canadian school grounds into natural learning environments.  Toyota has worked with 1,600 schools and 814,000 students in Canadian schools to support school ground greening projects.  Penticton Toyota has provided $1,000 to Inkameep Daycare to work towards greening their school grounds.  The money is being used to help students and teachers create an outdoor learning environment

complete with a native tree and raised bed gardens for berries and veggies. Evergreen will also provide expertise, resources, and inspiration to the project through a local associate.     This project represents an important step towards making Oliver more environmentally friendly.  Eighty percent of Canadians already live in urban areas and reconnecting with nature has never been more important.  Many students experience ‘nature deficit disorder’ because their schoolyards are cement blocks with no natural connection.  For the students at Inkameep Daycare, the Toyota-Evergreen partnership provides a unique opportunity to connect with the natural world that will stick with them as they become tomorrow’s leaders. Daycare teacher Angela Paolera said the project is progressing wonderfully.  The youngsters are having a great time helping with digging and watering. 

Tipping fees are waived for debris victims Tipping fees at the Oliver landfill have been waived for residents getting rid of damaged items as a result of the Testalinden debris flow. The RDOS ratified the recommendation last week, but the waiver has been in effect since June. Residents must have a laminated card to show the landfill gatekeeper prior to dumping items. On June 13, the dam supporting Testalinden Lake breached, causing a debris flow that destroyed five homes and damaged numerous orchards. Affected residents have been busy cleaning up the damage.

Farmers given examples of AAP changes, impacts Lyonel Doherty Oliver Chronicle A few examples of proposed amendments in the Agricultural Area Plan may help farmers understand the potential impacts. (See full story on page A1.) A farm can have 300 square metres dedicated to retail sales; this may include a small fruit stand (50 square metres) and a retail area associated with a winery of 250 square metres. A winery may have an additional ‘winery lounge’ of up to 250 square metres. People are allowed 450 square metres for residential use and 270 square metres for farm use, for a total of 720 square metres on an AG1 parcel that is 0.9 hectares in size. This is reduced from 900 square metres currently permitted. On an AG1 parcel five hectares in size, people are allowed 450 square metres for residential use and 1,500 square metres for farm use. This is reduced from 5,000 square metres (10 percent). For those living on an AG2 parcel 15 hectares in size, they are allowed 450 square metres for residential use and 4,500 square metres for farm use (a reduction from 22,500 square metres (15 percent). Greenhouses are calculated separately.


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Pastor buys caged birds and then sets them free Henry Wiebe Special to the Chronicle

George Thomas, pastor in a small New England town, one Sunday morning came to the Church carrying a rusty, bent, old bird cage, and set it by the pulpit. Eyebrows were raised and, as if in response, Pastor Thomas began to speak.... “I was walking through town yesterday when I saw a young boy coming toward me swingMinisterial ing this bird cage. On the bottom of the cage were three little wild birds, shivering with cold and fright. I stopped the lad and asked, ‘What do you have there, son?’” “Just some old birds,” came the reply. "What are you going to do with them?” I asked. “Take ‘em home and have fun with ‘em,’” he answered. “I’m gonna tease ‘em and pull out their feathers to make ‘em fight. I’m gonna have a real good time.” “But you’ll get tired of those birds sooner or later. What will you do then?” “Oh, I got some cats,” said the little boy. “They like birds. I’ll take ‘em to them.” The pastor was silent for a moment. “How much do you want for those birds, son?” “Huh?! Why, you don’t want them birds, mister. They’re just plain old field birds.

They don’t sing. They ain’t even pretty!” “How much?” the pastor asked again. The boy sized up the pastor as if he were crazy and said, “$10?” The pastor reached into his pocket and took out a ten dollar bill. He placed it in the boy’s hand. In a flash, the boy was gone. The pastor picked up the cage and gently carried it to the end of the alley where there was a tree and a grassy spot. Setting the cage down, he opened the door, and by softly tapping the bars persuaded the birds out, setting them free. In a similar way Satan has trapped many people, gloating over the sinister fun he will have with them. For a while the cage may seem to give provision and protection but Satan’s goal is to generate hatred, abuse, cursing, killing and resentment. Then he would like to achieve his ultimate goal, death for them, but Jesus has intervened. He came to pay the price for their redemption. It cost Him His life blood for a world of people who didn’t appreciate what He came to do. They spit on Him, cursed Him and killed Him, but He used that very action to bring about the plan of salvation. That offer of salvation is available to all who acknowledge their accountability to God, admit they are sinners and ask for mercy. In Luke 18:9 – 14 the despised tax collector prayed, “God, have mercy on me a sinner.” The Lord declared that he left the temple justified, forgiven. You too can be freed from this trap in the same way. At this point Pastor Thomas picked up the cage and walked out.

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WEDNESDAY, JULY 14, 2010 ISSUE 04, VOL. 75

Paint my day

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The Oliver Chronicle facade received a fresh coat of paint last week as part of a company facelift. Shown here are Jordan Shade (left) and Ray Zawacky from Ray’s Painting. Ray did all the painting and Okanagan Awning and Sign Maintenance made the old awning look new again.

‘Annual Report’ paves clear path for town Lyonel Doherty Oliver Chronicle One of the things Mayor Pat Hampson sees when he looks back to 2009 is the change he sees today. “Looking along Main Street today, one can clearly see the colourful impact the ‘Paint the Town’ project is having on our community and businesses.” The mayor makes this observation in the recently published 2009 Annual Report for the Town of Oliver. Hampson noted several success stories in 2009, including the implementation of the uranium mitigation plan. During this time, citizens reduced their water consumption by 20 percent. The Town also partnered with the Osoyoos Indian Band in providing sewer and fire protection services. “Building and nurturing strong relationships with our neighbouring communities enables all to go beyond the capacity of each organization,” Hampson said. The Annual Report shows Oliver’s land area as 546 hectares with 4,564 residents. Adults and seniors represent 43

percent and 35 percent, respectively. Children ages 0-14 represent 13 percent of the population, while youth (ages 15-24) represent nine percent. The Town has 33 permanent employees and a $6.3 million operating budget. The goal is to sustain existing municipal services and to promote controlled development while maintaining Oliver’s small town character. “It is anticipated that the Paint the Town project will increase interest in our Main Street business area and provide a lasting legacy for the community,” the report states. Under “sustainable community,” the Town has completed an affordable housing strategy and is meeting with local advocates to discuss next steps. It has also facilitated the construction of a fish screen (at McIntyre Dam) to enhance the life expectancy of migrating salmon. A Restorative Justice Committee was also formed to help offenders understand the real impacts of crime against their victims. To enhance the local economy, the Town has formed a partnership with Community Futures to increase business productivity. This will be done by providing resources and

tools businesses can use to make sound expansion decisions. In addition to completing construction of phase two of the water-twinning project, the Town has set greenhouse gas reduction targets in its Official Community Plan. Municipal Manager Tom Szalay says building statistics in 2009 finished much lower than the records set in 2008 ($6 million construction value compared with $24 million the year before). But two upcoming projects (SOSS renovation and the new Southwinds Crossing shopping centre) will likely see Oliver’s building statistics surpass the 2008 record, he said. Szalay says Southwinds Crossing is expected to draw the attention of other commercial prospects. The municipal manager notes that major public works initiatives in the past year include construction of a second water reservoir, and the installation of water meters on all domestic services not served by the irrigation canal. Szalay says the metering program has already led to significant water savings as leaks in private services have been found and corrected. Continued on Pg B3

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HOROSCOPES ARIES – Mar 21/Apr 20 Lead and don’t follow this week, Aries. It may be difficult to go against your normal grain, but it is for the best. Keep an open mind Tuesday. TAURUS – Apr 21/May 21 Taurus, don’t allow your confidence to wane this week. Get a morale boost from friends and family. A meeting of great importance takes place on Saturday. GEMINI – May 22/Jun 21 Gemini, certain things that have to get done this week will be out of your realm of expertise. That doesn’t mean you can’t try to tackle them. Just have a helper on hand. CANCER – Jun 22/Jul 22 Cancer, there’s so much that needs to get done you don’t know where to start. Making a list of your tasks will help you better cross one thing off at a time. LEO – Jul 23/Aug 23 If you can’t laugh at yourself, Leo, it will be harder to maintain successful relationships. Things can’t always be serious; lighten up. Virgo offers a clash of personalities. VIRGO – Aug 24/Sept 22 Virgo, give yourself a much-deserved break. You’ve been working so hard for the last several months. Now is the time for a vacation or a weekend away from everything.

LIBRA – Sept 23/Oct 23 Libra, you don’t have the answers to everything so seek help from others. Relationship woes leave you in a funk, but it’s likely just a temporary bump in the road. SCORPIO – Oct 24/Nov 22 Scorpio, it will be difficult to contain your frustration but that’s just what you have to do this week. Soon you may need to take matters into your own hands and face the results. SAGITTARIUS – Nov 23/Dec 21 Sagittarius, take a few days to get all of your affairs in order. There have been a lot of changes lately, and you haven’t had a chance to wrap your head around them. CAPRICORN – Dec 22/Jan 20 Burning the candle at both ends again, Capricorn? You have to learn that this isn’t the best way to get things done. Consider the consequences and take things easy. AQUARIUS – Jan 21/Feb 18 Aquarius, you can’t put your finger on it but something just seems out of sorts. The truth could reveal itself in the next few days. In the meantime, focus on outdoor fun. PISCES – Feb 19/Mar 20 Pisces, fight against the current rather than give in to the situation at hand. Unexpected events arise late in the week.

Here’s How It Works: Sudoku puzzles are formatted as a 9x9 grid, broken down into nine 3x3 boxes. To solve a sudoku, the numbers 1 through 9 must fill each row, column and box. Each number can appear only once in each row, column and box. You can figure out the order in which the numbers will appear by using the numeric clues already provided in the boxes. The more numbers you name, the easier it gets to solve the puzzle! ...Solutions on Pg B8

WHAT’S INSIDE Business Directory starts . . . . . . . . Pg B4 Smile of the Week . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Pg B6 Summertime at the library . . . . . . Pg B7

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Annual Report paves the way for Oliver’s future

Under bylaw enforcement, the Town updated its Animal Control Bylaw and is currently amending its Property Maintenance Bylaw. It resolved more than 75 citizen complaints and responded to more than 100 concerns. Under planning, the Town reviewed and processed 19 development applications in 2009, and approved seven subdivision plans. Last year the Town processed 58 building permit applications with a value of nearly $6 million. This year’s goals include: updating the Official Com-

munity Plan’s environmental and riparian development permit areas; and completing the subdivision and development servicing bylaw. In 2009 the Town issued 359 business licences and 36 inter-community business licences. The Oliver Fire Department covers the largest area (about 70 square miles) in BC for a paid, part-time crew. It consists of 35 members, including six officers. Last year the department responded to 128 incidents and worked a

total of 2,115 hours. The Public Works crew will be very busy this year. The following is a list of projects: Reconstruction of 105 Street between 356 and 360 Ave.; sidewalk construction from 370 Ave. to Tradewinds Mobile Home Park; sidewalk construction on east side of Highway 97 from 342 to Desert Gem; street overlays in the area of 83 Street and near the intersection of 87 Street and 372 Ave.; commencing Phase 1 of the Kiwanis Park Rehabilitation Project.

Fire officials urge extreme caution in the outdoors Contributed To the Chronicle The Kamloops Fire Centre reminds the public that burning restrictions are in place across the region. All fires larger than one metre in height or diameter are prohibited. Although small, contained campfires are permitted, the public is reminded to have hand tools and at least eight litres of water nearby to fully extinguish it. This advisory goes out as crews have been busy this week fighting fires across BC, including the Seclusion Bay fire in Peachland. The causes of these fires are under investigation, however, human activity is suspected in all of them. The public should be aware that the risk of wildfire will continue to increase as hot and dry conditions rapidly dry the forest fuels. The fire danger rating is currently high to extreme across most of the Kamloops Fire Centre, which means any activity in the forest or in grassy areas must be carried out with caution. The Kamloops Fire Centre has responded to 66 wildfires this season, of which 89 percent have been caused by people. For the latest information on fire activity, bans and restrictions and current conditions, visit the Wildfire Management Branch website at www.bcwildfire.ca.

AL-ANON - Offers help to families and friends of alcoholics. Meetings on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday at various locations. There are regular meetings in Oliver. Call 250-490-9272 for information. TUESDAYS - Oliver’s Writing Out Loud - an informal group of writers of different levels and styles. Join us from 10:30am noon. Contact Kelly at 250-498-0337 or Lin at 250-485-4000 for more info. JULY 13 - 17 - Show & Sale 11am to 3pm Artists will be painting. Come out and enjoy. JULY 14 - Jenavieve Moore, lyric soprano, accompanied by Roslyn Frantz on piano will perform a recital at 7:30 pm at the First Baptist Church, 1498 Government Street, Penticton. Admission by donation. Reception to follow. JULY 15 - Music In The Park – 6:30 pm. CPR station. nHARMONIX with Luke Whittall and Shane Swift a folk duo. Admission by donation. Bring a lawn chair. Everyone welcome. JULY 16 - 6pm. Talent and speech presentations for Oliver Ambassador Program Pageant at Comm Centre. Tickets @ Be-

yond Bliss. Call 778-986-1592. JULY 17 - Oliver’s Sunshine Parade starts at 11am at south end of the mall. JULY 17 - 2pm. Community Centre. Keynote speaker “Freedom through Abuse” Author Kamal Dhillion. JULY 17 - Crowning of the 2010 Oliver Ambassador Team at Comm centre at 7pm. July 17 - Oliver mudslide fundraiser at Comm Park right after Sunshine parade. Lots of activities and all proceeds to the families. Noon to 4pm. Everyone welcome. JULY 21 - Join us for a fun dance at the senior centre. 1:30 pm with Paul & Friends. Call 250-498-6142. JULY 22 - Music In The Park – 6:30 pm CPR station. Penticton’s Gail Riddall (popular songs).Bring a lawn chair. Admission by donation. JULY 23-25 - Artists & Artisan Market. 10am to 5pm. See demos & items from all over the Okanagan Valley. Live entertainment & door prizes at Quail’s Nest Arts Centre. JULY 29 - Music In The Park – 6:30 pm. CPR station. Dale Seaman (country & western hits).Admission by donation. Bring a lawn chair. Everyone welcome.

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Director of Operations Bruce Hamilton looks at the Okanagan River channel while on McIntyre Dam. This year the town hired a local manufacturer to build a fish screen to prevent salmon and other species from entering the irrigation channel. The work was mentioned in Oliver’s 2009 Annual Report.


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WEEKDAY MOVIES THURSDAY MORNING 6:00 (47) "Murder in the Hamptons" (2005,Mystery) David Sutcliffe, Poppy Montgomery. Based on the true story of the high profile murder of powerful millionaire Ted Ammon. ‘PG’ (2h) 7:00 (42) "Comic Book Confidential" (1989,Documentary) Robert Crumb, Stan Lee. A survey of the history of the comic book medium and the talents associated with it. ‘PG’ (2h) 11:00 (47) "Murder in the Hamptons" (2005,Mystery) David Sutcliffe, Poppy Montgomery. Based on the true story of the high profile murder of powerful millionaire Ted Ammon. ‘PG’ (2h) AFTERNOON 1:00 (42) "Comic Book Confidential" (1989,Documentary) Robert Crumb, Stan Lee. A survey of the history of the comic book medium and the talents associated with it. ‘PG’ (2h) FRIDAY MORNING 6:00 (47) "12 Hours to Live" (2006,Suspense) Ione Skye, Kevin Durand. Kidnapped by a deranged gunman, two girls form a bond as they are held for 12 hours. ‘14+’ (2h) 7:00 (42) "Metal: A Headbanger’s Journey" (2005,Documentary) Alice Cooper. Exploring the culture behind heavy metal and why it is often condemned. ‘14+’ (1h30) 11:00 (47) "12 Hours to Live" (2006,Suspense) Ione Skye, Kevin Durand. Kidnapped by a deranged gunman, two girls form a bond as they are held for 12 hours. ‘14+’ (2h) AFTERNOON 1:00 (42) "Metal: A Headbanger’s Journey" (2005,Documentary) Alice Cooper. Exploring the culture behind heavy metal and why it is often condemned. ‘14+’ (1h30) 5:00 (51) "16 Wishes" (2010,Family) Kendall Cross, Jean-Luc Bilodeau. Eager to grow up, a 16-year-old deals with the effects of the wishes made on her birthday. ‘G’ (1h30) SATURDAY MORNING 5:00 (36) "White Noise" (2005,Mystery) Chandra West, Michael Keaton. A grieving widower becomes obsessed when he is able to hear his deceased wife’s voice. ‘14+’ (2h15) 6:00 (31) "Scooby-Doo on Zombie Island" (1998,Animated) Voices of Billy West, Scott Innes. Scooby

and the gang come face-to-face with the ghost of Moonscar, the pirate. (1h45) 7:00 (42) "Till Human Voices Wake Us" (2002,Drama) Guy Pearce, Helena Bonham-Carter. A man returns to his hometown and encounters the ghost of a woman he once knew. ‘18+’ (2h) (47) "Legally Blonde 2: Red, White and Blonde" (2003,Comedy) Reese Witherspoon, Sally Field. Elle, now a lawyer, heads to Washington, D.C., to get an antianimal testing bill passed. ‘PG’ (2h) 8:00 (41) "The Long Kiss Goodnight" (1996,Action) Geena Davis, Samuel L. Jackson. A small town teacher, suffering from amnesia, learns she was previously a CIA assassin. ‘18+’ (2h) (53) "The Ninth Gate" (1999,Suspense) Frank Langella, Johnny Depp. A rare-book dealer is hired to validate the authenticity of an unholy tome. ‘14+’ (3h) 9:00 (42) "Mad About Mambo" (1998,Drama) Keri Russell, William Ash. An Irish teen takes up dancing to improve his soccer skills and falls for his partner. ‘14+’ (2h) (51) "Wizards of Waverly Place: The Movie" (2009,Family) Selena Gomez, David Henrie. Fun facts and trivia about the making of the movie are revealed in informational bubbles. ‘G’ (1h30) 10:00 (34) "Aliens" (1986,Sci-Fi) Michael Biehn, Sigourney Weaver. Ripley battles a hive of aliens on the planet Acheron while protecting a little girl. ‘18+’ (3h) (36) "White Noise" (2005,Mystery) Chandra West, Michael Keaton. A grieving widower becomes obsessed when he is able to hear his deceased wife’s voice. ‘14+’ (2h15) (41) "Deep Impact" (1998,Action) Morgan Freeman, Elijah Wood. An ambitious reporter discovers a meteor is on a fatal collision course with Earth. ‘14+’ (2h30) 10:30 (37) "Lethal Weapon 2" (1989,Action) Danny Glover, Mel Gibson. Detectives Riggs and Murtaugh pursue South African diplomats who are smuggling drugs. ‘14+’ (2h30) (51) "Dadnapped" (2009,Adventure) Moises Arias, Charles Halford. A girl’s novelist father is kidnapped and she must channel a fictitious spy to rescue him. ‘G’ (1h30) 11:00 (42) "The Alamo" (2004,Western) Billy Bob Thornton, Dennis Quaid. In 1836, American soldiers bravely defend the Alamo against a Mexican general’s troops. ‘PG’ (3h) (47) "Hush" (2005,Thriller) Tori Spelling, Victoria Pratt. A man is stalked by his ex when he and his new wife move back to his small hometown. ‘14+’ (2h)

(60) "Crocodile Dundee in Los Angeles" (2001,Comedy) Linda Kozlowski, Paul Hogan. Mick Dundee moves to Los Angeles and investigates the mysterious death of a publisher. ‘14+’ (2h) AFTERNOON 1:00 (2) "The Princess Diaries" (2001,Family) Anne Hathaway, Julie Andrews. A teenager discovers that she is the heir to the throne of a European principality. ‘G’ (2h) (34) "Aliens" (1986,Sci-Fi) Michael Biehn, Sigourney Weaver. Ripley battles a hive of aliens on the planet Acheron while protecting a little girl. ‘18+’ (3h) (47) "Beauty and the Briefcase" (2010,Comedy) Hilary Duff, Jaime Pressly. A reporter goes undercover to write an article about love in the workplace. ‘PG’ (2h) 3:00 (36) "Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home" (1986,Sci-Fi) Leonard Nimoy, William Shatner. To save Earth from an alien probe, the crew travels back in time to recover two whales. ‘PG’ (2h30) 4:00 (31) "Ghostbusters" (1984,Comedy) Bill Murray, Sigourney Weaver. Three parapsychologists open a ghost removal business in New York. ‘PG’ (2h) (34) "Cradle 2 the Grave" (2003,Action) Jet Li, DMX. A thief’s daughter is kidnapped after he steals a collection of prized black diamonds. ‘18+’ (2h) 5:00 (41) "No Country for Old Men" (2007,Crime Story) Javier Bardem, Tommy Lee Jones. A Texan welder stumbles across two million dollars at a drug exchange that went wrong. ‘14+’ (2h30) SUNDAY MORNING 7:00 (47) "Stepmom" (1998,Drama) Julia Roberts, Susan Sarandon. A woman teaches both herself and her children to accept her ex-husband’s new girlfriend. ‘PG’ (3h) 8:00 (39) "Can’t Hardly Wait" (1998,Comedy) Jennifer Love Hewitt, Ethan Embry. A young man believes that he has one last chance to win the heart of a prom queen. ‘14+’ (2h) (41) "Three Men and a Baby" (1987,Comedy) Steve Guttenberg, Tom Selleck. Three swinging bachelors suddenly find themselves the custodians of an abandoned infant. ‘PG’ (2h) 8:15 (42) "Restoration" (1996,Drama) Meg Ryan, Robert Downey Jr.. A doctor loses both wealth and favour when he falls in love with the king’s mistress. ‘18+’ (2h30) 9:00 (51) "16 Wishes" (2010,Family) Kendall Cross, Jean-Luc Bilodeau. Eager to grow up, a 16-year-old deals with the effects

of the wishes made on her birthday. ‘G’ (1h30) 10:00 (2) "Romeo Must Die" (2000,Action) Jet Li, Aaliyah. A man breaks out of prison to avenge his brother’s death and gets caught in a war. ‘14+’ (2h) (41) "Election" (1999,Comedy) Matthew Broderick, Reese Witherspoon. A conflicted teacher opposes an overachiever running for student council president. ‘14+’ (2h) 10:30 (51) "Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen" (2004,Comedy) Adam Garcia, Lindsay Lohan. An egocentric teenager deals with a new school, a new rival and a band’s break-up. ‘PG’ (1h30) 10:45 (42) "The Musketeer" (2001,Adventure) Catherine Deneuve, Justin Chambers. D’Artagnan tries to join the King’s elite guards to find the man who killed his parents. ‘PG’ (2h15) 11:00 (60) "Pushing Tin" (1999,Drama) Billy Bob Thornton, John Cusack. Two self-consumed air-traffic controllers let their rivalry get out of control. ‘14+’ (2h30) AFTERNOON 12:00 (36) "Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home" (1986,Sci-Fi) Leonard Nimoy, William Shatner. To save Earth from an alien probe, the crew travels back in time to recover two whales. ‘PG’ (2h30) (41) "Sliding Doors" (1998,Drama) Gwyneth Paltrow, John Hannah. A woman’s life is radically altered depending on whether she catches a train or not. ‘14+’ (2h) 1:00 (2) "Bridget Jones’s Diary" (2001,Comedy) Colin Firth, Renée Zellweger. A woman decides to keep a diary about her dating, drinking, dieting and revelations. ‘18+’ (2h) (5)(10)(17) "The Secret of Hidden Lake" (2006,Suspense) Rena Sofer, William B. Davis. A young woman returns to her hometown in Colorado to investigate her father’s shooting. ‘PG’ (2h) (9) "Double Frame" (2000,Drama) Daniel Baldwin, Leslie Hope. Corrupt police officers steal money from their precinct, but the money soon goes missing. ‘PG’ (2h) (47) "Because I Said So" (2007,Romance) Diane Keaton, Mandy Moore. An overly involved mother puts an ad in a paper to find her daughter a young man. ‘14+’ (2h30) (52) "A Night at the Roxbury" (1998,Comedy) Chris Kattan, Will Ferrell. The Butabi brothers embark on a mission to get into the coolest nightclub in Los Angeles. ‘14+’ (2h) 2:00 (8) "The Reef" (2007,Family) Voices of Evan Rachel Wood, Freddie Prinze Jr. Orphaned

when his parents are caught in a net, a tiny young fish is adopted by porpoises. ‘G’ (2h) (41) "The Honeymooners" (2005,Comedy) Mike Epps, Cedric the Entertainer. Ralph tries to set things right after he loses the money he and his wife had been saving. ‘PG’ (2h) 3:00 (9) "Foolproof" (2003,Thriller) Ryan Reynolds, Kristin Booth. A gangster blackmails three friends into pulling off a real multi-million dollar heist. ‘18+’ (2h) 4:00 (8) "Surf’s Up" (2007,Animated) Voices of Shia LaBoeuf, Beau Bridges. A star lifeguard helps an enthusiastic penguin who enters a surfing competition. ‘G’ (2h) (41) "Last Holiday" (2006,Comedy) Queen Latifah, L.L. Cool J. When a woman finds out she’s got three weeks to live, she vacations in Europe. ‘PG’ (2h) 5:00 (36) "Star Wars: Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back" (1980,SciFi) Harrison Ford, Mark Hamill. Luke seeks out a Jedi master while his friends are relentlessly pursued by Darth Vader. ‘PG’ (2h45) (39) "Can’t Hardly Wait" (1998,Comedy) Jennifer Love Hewitt, Ethan Embry. A young man believes that he has one last chance to win the heart of a prom queen. ‘14+’ (2h) MONDAY MORNING 6:00 (47) "To Have and to Hold" (2006,Suspense) Paul Johansson, Alexandra Holden. A married man has a dangerous affair with a young woman then dumps her. ‘14+’ (2h) 7:00 (42) "Framed for Murder" (2007,Suspense) Susan Walters, Elisa Donovan. A falsely imprisoned woman hires an investigator to find the person who framed her. ‘14+’ (2h) 9:00 (47) "The Interrogation of Michael Crowe" (2002,Police) Ally Sheedy, Mark Rendall. A compelling look at the interrogation of a 14-yearold accused of murdering his sister. ‘14+’ (2h) 11:00 (47) "To Have and to Hold" (2006,Suspense) Paul Johansson, Alexandra Holden. A married man has a dangerous affair with a young woman then dumps her. ‘14+’ (2h) AFTERNOON 1:00 (42) "Framed for Murder" (2007,Suspense) Susan Walters, Elisa Donovan. A falsely imprisoned woman hires an investigator to find the person who framed her. ‘14+’ (2h) TUESDAY MORNING 6:00 (47) "Blessed Stranger: After Flight 111" (2000,Docu-Drama) Hugh Thompson, Kate Nelligan. A mother and a fisherman deal

with the aftermath of the Swissair Flight 111 crash. ‘PG’ (2h) 11:00 (47) "Blessed Stranger: After Flight 111" (2000,Docu-Drama) Hugh Thompson, Kate Nelligan. A mother and a fisherman deal with the aftermath of the Swissair Flight 111 crash. ‘PG’ (2h) AFTERNOON 5:00 (15) "Kingpin" (1996,Comedy) Randy Quaid, Woody Harrelson. A once promising bowling champion finds an Amish protégé. ‘14+’ (2h30) WEDNESDAY MORNING 6:00 (47) "Guilt by Association" (2002,Drama) Alex Carter, Mercedes Ruehl. A single mother gets caught in the web of mandatory minimum sentencing laws. ‘14+’ (2h) 7:00 (42) "My American Cousin" (1985,Comedy/Drama) John Wildman, Margaret Langrick. A girl’s idyllic life on a ranch is shaken up when she visits her cousin in California. ‘PG’ (2h) 11:00 (47) "Guilt by Association" (2002,Drama) Alex Carter, Mercedes Ruehl. A single mother gets caught in the web of mandatory minimum sentencing laws. ‘14+’ (2h) AFTERNOON 1:00 (42) "My American Cousin" (1985,Comedy/Drama) John Wildman, Margaret Langrick. A girl’s idyllic life on a ranch is shaken up when she visits her cousin in California. ‘PG’ (2h)


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live * laugh * dream * love River Rd. & Hwy 97 - 3 miles north of Oliver Pastors Mark & Rae Pankratz Sunday Service 10:00 a.m. www.livingway.com 250.498.4595

ST. JOHN’S EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN CHURCH (ELCIC) All are welcome 10132 - 362nd Ave., Oliver (2 blocks west of Legion Hall Interim Pastor Sunday Worship: 10 a.m. 250.498.8889

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Just north of town on Hwy 97 Lead Pastor: Jeremy Cook Associate Pastor: Steve McLean Pastor of Seniors: Henry Wiebe Summer Sunday Service: 10 a.m. Children’s Church for ages 3 - 8 & Nursery Care for children under 36 months available during the service. Phone: 250.498.4253 www.oliveralliancechurch.com Office : 8:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m. Mon. - Fri.

ST. PAUL LUTHERAN CHURCH (LCC) Visitors welcome! 342nd Ave. at Airport Rd. Pastor Chuck Cooley Divine Service: 11 a.m. Sunday Sunday School: 11 a.m. during Worship Service Adult Bible Study: 9:45 a.m.

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On 119 St. off of 350 Ave. 36672 - 79 St., Oliver Pastors Cameron Sunday Morning Worship & Margaret Ogilvie Service at 10:00 a.m. Sunday Services: Affiliated with Pentecostal AsMorning Worship: 10:30 a.m. semblies of Canada (includes Children’s Church) Phone: 250.498.2322 Wed. 7:00 p.m. - Bible Study Office hrs: 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. at the Church Tues. - Thurs. 250.498.4020 (home) 250.498.4434 th

SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST CHURCH

All are welcome 10450 - 346th Ave. Pastor: Oscar Halverson Services Saturday: Sabbath School: 9:30 a.m. Worship Service: 11 a.m. 250.498.4820

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THE UNITED CHURCH OF CANADA All are welcome 9915 - 358th Ave. Minister: Ann White Services Saturday: Sunday School & Church Service: 10 a.m. 250.498.2781

ST. EDWARD THE CONFESSOR

(Anglican/Episcopal) Welcomes you! 34660 - 103 St., Oliver Rev. Patrick Reid Sunday Service: 11:00 a.m. Information: 250.498.2559

VALLEY CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH

30850 Black Sage Rd. Sunday Worship Gathering: 9:45 a.m. 250.498.4829


B6 Oliver Chronicle Wednesday, July 14, 2010

Smile of the week

Irene and Lorraine are two happy fixtures at Fairview club Tiffany Beckedorf Special to the Chronicle Irene Stevens and Lorraine Cotton are widely known and loved up at Oliver’s Fairview Mountain Golf Course. They golf three times a week, first thing in the morning and can be found in the clubhouse afterwards enjoying their coffee or tea. In order to get a real picture of what these two vibrant and happy ladies mean to Fairview Golf Course, it’s only proper to start out by speaking with some of the people whose lives they have touched. “They’re just wonderful ladies,” kiosk attendant Tory Caldwell says with a wide

grin. “You’re here at five in the morning, but when they get here at six it just turns your day around, makes you just feel good about yourself. They always show up with big smiles on their faces and brighten everyone’s day.” “They are an inspiration,” affirms Clea Buchler, member of the Fairview grounds crew. “They are always cheerful and they give great hugs!” “What I find amazing about them is, first and foremost, that they are out here every day, but those two – they always have a smile on their faces,” says Director of Golf and Head Professional Brian McDonald. “They play the back nine and they just love

it. For two women who have been a part of ther club as long as they have, they are always so positive. For me, that’s really rewarding.” “They’ve been here forever it seems,” says Debbie Olafson who works in member and G\guest services. “Irene Stevens has kept all her membership cards since the ‘70s. We all want to be like them when we grow up,” she laughs. Irene and Lorraine first met many years ago through the community’s naturalist club. In fact, it was Irene who brought the first seven nesting boxes up to the Fairview area; since then other groups have taken up the cause and now the bird boxes spread down the entire Golden Mile. Both ladies are members of the Bluebird Society and are avid “birders” who take the opportunity while golfing to moniter the boxes in the area and keep record of the number of birds, whether there are eggs present and if they have fledged or not.

Irene recalls receiving her first set of clubs as a birthday gift in 1966. “Back then it was sand greens and the cattle got in and deer, bears and the rest would come through. I always checked the traps to see whose tracks were in there, but now they clean them up before I get to look!” “I always think,” Lorraine says, “this course was started in 1923, how far seeing those people were to visualize that they could make a golf course up here.” “We had a little shack with a wood stove and cold water sink,” Irene recalls, “and the girls, we all planted plants and flowers and that.” There is no question that Irene Stevens and Lorraine Cotton are “true treasures,” aptly described by course marshall and 35-year-member John Chapman. Their history with the course, and commitment to the preservation of the history as well as the future of the club is truly something to be admired.

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COMMUNITY NEWS

Oliver library offering summertime programs Contributed To the Chronicle It is summertime at the Oliver Library and the free children’s programs are in full swing. On Thursday afternoon members of the Summer Reading Club (ages 5 to 11) sang and cheered along with entertainer Will Stroet during his Reading Rocks concert held at the library. Stroet routinely performs at festivals throughout B.C. and has released four CDs. His 2009 release “My Backyard” was nominated for “Best Children’s Recording of the Year”. The local library staff was thrilled to be able to host this concert at the library. Our Summer Reading Club programs will now continue on Thursday evenings starting at 7:00 p.m. These very popular programs are free for school age children and they can preregister at the library anytime during our open hours and receive their reading log to keep track of books they enjoy this summer or they can register just before any of the programs. Children who complete their reading logs this summer will be receiving special Reading Medals. Coming up on Thursday, July 15th is our “Rocky Time in Mother Goose Land” program. Boys and girls are invited to join in the fun when there is trouble at the top of the Beanstalk. Apparently the Giant has misplaced his gold coins; who will find them and where will they be? Come prepared to be a library detective. There are prizes and special projects for everyone. Events still to come are; Pets Rock, Monster Mash, special entertainer KiKi the Eco

Elf and Volcanic Explosions. Our popular Friday morning Storytime for preschoolers is happening once again this summer. Children can enjoy an hour of stories, puppets, songs, crafts and treats starting at 10:00 a.m. in the Children’s area. Upcoming themes for this free program are Fairytale time, Dragons Roar, Things that Go, Yummy Food and Bubbletime. All the library’s children’s program are offered free of charge. Call or drop in for more information. In other library news, Kiyomi Ogi and family won the Check Out Five Summer picnic basket and Anna Mardian was the closest guess at 302 for the Marble Guessing Contest. Congratulations to the winners! New on our Adult Quick Read Shelf are some great summer reads. Stephanie Plum and Lulu and their crazy antics are back in Janet Evanovich’s Sizzling Sixteen. Another legal thriller from Steve Martini has just arrived on the shelf. Once again it features defense lawyer Paul Madriani who is now up against the Old Weatherman and his hope of a swan song. The Other Family is Joanna Trollope’s latest family saga. What happens when a man dies suddenly and leaves his “perfect family” and surprise – his real family? Find a Kleenex box and be prepared to stay up all night to finish Anna Quindlen’s Every Last One. What happens to a woman who has built her life around the care of her husband and children when the unthinkable happens and she must face every last thing and still carry on. Ten years after Nelson DeMille published The Lion’s Game

he brings back Special Agent John Corey to confront the enemy in his latest release, The Lion. And Catherine Coulter offers up her fourteenth FBI thriller, Wipeout, for

a nail-biting summer read. Stop in and check out these new releases. Our Quick Read collection offers new bestsellers for a seven day loan.

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Local children sit captivated during a concert at the Oliver Library. Members of the Summer Reading Club sang and cheered along with entertainer Will Stroet during his “Reading Rocks” performance, which attracted a full house. The Summer Reading Club continues on Thursday evenings starting at 7 p.m. Children who complete their reading logs this summer will receive special reading medals.


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LOVE N’ HUGS CONSIGN & SEWING. CLOSING OUT SALE. All clothing and accessories 80% off. All jewelery 50% off. Negotiable on all fixtures. Sewing section not included. All sewing services are moving to Miss Molly’s Quilt Shoppe on Aug 1/10. Call 250-485-4119 for inquires.

2002 GMC Sonoma in excellent running cond. $3500. Call 250-498-6928.

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NEED A PLACE to sell your handcrafts? Keep 100% of what you sell. Gift shop/fruit stand. Call Ruth at 250-498-3623.

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GOOD SHEPHERD CHRISTIAN SCHOOL Parents interested in enrolling their child for 2010/11 school year in K-7, F/T Kindergarten Sept. 2010, Call 250-495-3549 (school), 250495-5077 (home), or email: gscs@cablerocket.com

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ARE YOU EXPERIENCING FINANCIAL DISTRESS? Relief is only a call away! Call Harry Martens, Estate Administrator At 1-800-6613661 today to set up your free consultation. Donna Mihalcheon, CA, CIRP, KPMG inc. Trustee in bankruptcy.

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PART TIME POSITION with busy cleaning service. Weekend work included. Must have own vehicle. Starting wage is $13 hr. Must be bondable. Call 250-4986648.

MARY KAY - SKIN CARE Finally. Skin care that’s made for you. Call Margaret Ogilvie at 250-498-4020. Mary Kay Independent Beauty Consultant.

“CORT” Acousitc guitar, like new. $200. Call 250-4985377.

OUTDOOR DINING SET. As new 48” round, glass table, umbrella, 4 large cushioned chairs. $160. Call 250-4850161.

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SOUTH OKANAGAN MINOR HOCKEY is looking for an Ice Ambassador/Treasurer for our association. This is a paid position that would require the successful applicant be responsible for the ice scheduling including league play, play-offs, tournaments, and special events associated with SOMHA. The position also includes all duties of a treasurer. Interested parties should submit a letter of interest stating any experience and background knowledge pertinent to the expectations of the position to : SOMHA, PO Box 1785, Oliver, BC V0H 1T0 no later than July 16, 2010. If you have questions regarding this position, please contact SOMHA President, Steve Schulting 250-495-5290.

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HOUSEKEEPER, seasonal part-time, completion bonus, no experience required, must be reliable ,good natured, energetic. Students welcome. Drop resume, references to Pine Bluff Motel in Gallagher Lake or Call 250-498-3377.

IN-HOME daycare spaces available. Large fenced yard, lots of toys & activities. Years of experience, have First aid, reasonable rates. Call 250-498-5588.

FUTURE GARDENS presents “Art in the Nursery” with Corlyn Cierman, Mondays 11am to 5pm. Plus art classes or lessons. Call 250-498-0563.

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HOUSEKEEPER for boutique guesthouse, week days only. Presentable appearance and reliability are essential. Call 250-485-8427 for an appt.

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SMITTY’S in Osoyoos requires servers and bus people. Apply in person or drop off resume at Smitty’s.

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FIREWOOD, larch $180 per cord, fir $150 per cord, split, seasoned, delivered. Call 250-485-7916.

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NEW QUEEN – Orthopedic pillow top mattress and box. new, still in plastic – cost $1,250. Must sell $350. Also, king-size $650, can deliver. 250-488-4677.

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1995 5TH WHEEL TRAILER. New condition, $7,500. Electric scooter, 3 mths old, $3,500. Living room furniture, $250. Solid white oak kitchen table/6 chairs, $250. End tables and coffee table, $100. Computer desk, $50. TV cabinet, $25. 2 Blue remote lift recliners, $300 each. Brown vibrating recliner chair, $50. Filing cabinet, 4 drawers, $20. Office desk, $25. Office chair, $25. Book shelf, $10. Complete set of Craftsman tools, $250. All items OBO. Call 250-4957167.

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1979 CORVETTE L82 Collector Status. $13,500. May take part trade. Call 250485-0339.

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WE BUY CARS & TRUCKS for parts or for running. Call 250-485-3560.

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WATKINS PRODUCTS 100% guaranteed, natural, organic products. 140 years of dedicated service. Call Inez and Ken at 250-4984450.

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SMALL BBQ, 2 tanks, c/w cover. Clean $50.Call 250485-0161.

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ELECTRIC BICYCLE FOR SALE. No driver’s license or insurance or plates needed!! No HST!! Same rules that apply to a bicycle apply to this “E” bike. Plugs into any regular wall outlet to recharge the battery. Comes with pedals, and charger. Only 160 km on it. Paid $2000 new in April. Will sell for $1400. Call 250-4983886.

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225 LINCON WELDER, 10” tablesaw, 3 way RV fridge, wheel chair, electric cart, make-up dresser. Call 250-498-2095 at #3-33829 Country lodge.

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COFFEE GROUNDS for your garden. Come pick them up at Medici’s Gelateria and Coffee House on 350th Ave or Call 250-4982228.

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PROFESSIONAL GOLF training in a private, comfortable setting. Computer/ video training with modern training aids. P.P.G.A professional Paul Monaghan. Call 250-494-8178.

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EDGING EMERALD CEDARS Okanagan grown special 6 ft - 10 for $280.00 5 ft - 10 for $189.50 4 ft - 10 for $150.00 2 gal - 20 for $135. 00 1 gal - 20 for $95.00 3 ft Blue Spruce - 10 for $250 Volume Discounts Free Delivery Call Budget Nurseries 250-498-2189.

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MISS MOLLY’S QUILT SHOP All inventory on sale. 40% off fabrics, notions, books & patterns sale. Sale bin now $7.99. Call 250-498-0115.

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ALFALFA – grass/hay on Road 18, in Oliver. $8/per bale. Call 250-498-2918.

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FOR SALE like new chesterfield & chair, eggshell coloured brocade. $200. Call 250-498-6852. SAMSUNG stacking washer and dryer, front loading washer - 1 1/2 years old, good size for an apartment. $500. Woods Excellence freezer 7 cu. ft. Good size for an apartment. $50. Round pedestal table and four gray chairs. $65. Call 250-4988283. Evenings please.

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PERMANENT PART-TIME position. Must have previous office experience. Knowledge of Quick Books an asset. Please drop resume off at Woody’s Glass. No phone calls.

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Wednesday, July 14, 2010 Oliver Chronicle B9

COMMUNITY CLASSIFIEDS LOST AND FOUND

REAL ESTATE

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FOUND 8gb IPOD TOUCH Found 2 weeks ago at Medici’s. Come by to identify and claim or call 250-498-2228.

HOUSE FOR SALE. $370,000. 5 Bdrm. 2-1/2 bath. 2436 sq/ft. Bi-level, 1 car garage, low maint. yard. 11372 354 Ave. Call 250498-5100. Details at www. comfree.ca (code 1381.)

3 BDRM Townhouse, kids welcome, pets with approval/deposit. $900 month plus utilities. Owen Paxton RE/MAX WCR 9712 365 Ave. Oliver, BC V0H 1T0 250-498-6500.

FOR RENT OR LEASE on Main Street. Approx 1064 sq ft. Call 250-498-4332.

4 BDRM HOUSE, $1400 month, $1000 damage dep. No smoking, No pets. ref req. Seniors or family preferred. Avail Aug 1. Call 250498-9431.

3 BDRM, 2 bath home, close to schools. Newly renovated. No pets. Working people only. $1000 month. Call 250-498-6928.

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BEAUTIFUL SRI MODULARS! Custom built homes from Canada’s largest builder include full ten year warranty and free home insurance. See for yourself why SRI should build your next home. Visit our large display now or call Lake Country Modular, located next to the SRI’s Winfield factory, 515 Beaver Lake Rd. Kelowna. Call 1-866-766-2214 www.LCMhomes.com

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PANARAMA ORCHARD and fruitstand of Oliver is open for the season. Cherries, apricots. Call 250-4986103.

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RECREATIONAL VEHICLES

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FOR SALE BY OWNER 1760 sq ft, 3 bdrm Rancher. Stucco & brick exterior on .20 acre. New 30 yr shingles 2009, new floor, counters & appliances 2009. Walk to golf, school & beach. $399,900. Call 250-498-6418.

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FOR RENT - 1 bdrm. Large suites, S/F, AC, close to downtown, very nice, freshly redone. ground level. $625 to $725 + util. Call Honey Bug Suites.250-498-0232.

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CASA RIO – Ground floor & upper unit, 2 bdrm, 2-bath. $875 & $975 per month. Call Karen Lewis at RE/MAX Wine Capital Realty, 250-498-6500.

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To order call Navi at 250-498-0537 or 250-485-8617

31085 Hwy. 97, Oliver

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VINEYARD-WINERY TRAINEE Arise Vineyard is a new, sustainably managed project, focused on quality and led by a team of experienced wine industry professionals. We have an exciting opportunity for a vineyard-winery trainee to work in our 60 acre high density ultra premium vineyard development near Oliver BC. Reporting to the Vineyard Manager/Winemaker the position will involve a large range of duties including: tractor operations, pest and plant disease monitoring, canopy management, irrigation operations, crop estimating, grape sampling, harvesting, and general care and maintenance of the vineyard. The first harvest and inaugural vintage from our new winery will be in the fall of 2011. We are seeking a committed, enthusiastic candidate with a desire to learn all aspects of vineyard and winery operations. Well organized and skilled at multi- tasking, the preferred candidate will be a problem solver who works well in a team environment. The candidate must be prepared to work extended hours as required by the growing season. Formal training in Viticulture/Oenology or related fields would be considered a strong asset. Mechanical aptitude, equipment operation experience and Spanish language skills would be definite assets.

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Auto FinAncing

Blueberry, Cherry & Pickling Cuke Specials

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Please submit your resume to: jm.bouchard@arisevineyard.ca or fax to: 250-498-4388 by July 24, 2010.

$0 DOWN & we make your 1st payment at auto credit fast. Need a vehicle? Good or Bad credit call Stephanie 1-877-792-0599. www.autocreditfast.ca. DLN 30309.

We are Open Everyday 8:00am - 8:00pm SPECIAL: 20lb of Blueberries $38.00

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2001 HOLIDAY RAMBLER. 38 ft. diesel 330 cummings motor. 2 slides. $79,000. Call 250-498-5166.

“All Kinds of Fruits and Vegetables”

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2 BDRM + den , 2 bath, swimming pool, appliances. Avail Aug 1. Long-term preferred. Call 250-498-0304.

RESIDENTIAL EVICTION SERVICESTerminal Bailiffs, Call 250-493-2618.

BACHELOR SUITE. $575 mth. Cable, laundry, furnished or not. Close to BuyLow Foods. N/P, N/S, Avail. July 1. Call 250-498-2650.

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3 BDRM HOUSE for rent on Hwy 97, 3km south of Oliver. No smoking, no pets and renter must be clean. Call 250-498-0269 or cell 250485-2918.

OPEN HOUSE $359,900. 5 bed, 1.5 bath, bi-level. Fri. July 16. 1:00 4:00, Sat. July 17, 11:00 am. 11372-354 Ave. Details at www.comfree.ca code 1381

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UNSPRAYED BLACKBERRIES. Taking orders, $5 pint. Call 250-498-0350. Leave your name, phone number and how many pints or pounds you want and we will call you when they are ready.

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LUMBY SUPER A FOODS is looking for an experienced Grocery Store Manager. Applicants must possess previous retail management experience. Please forward resume to: Lumby Super A Foods, Post Office Box 249, Lumby, BC, V0E 2G0. Email: ahts@shaw.ca.

ENSIGN CANADIAN DRILLING, is currently looking for Top Drive Field Technicians. The position of Field Technician offers a wide variety of work and the potential for growth in the organization. The primary responsibilities for this position include all operational aspects on Varco and Tesco Top Drive units, working on our drilling rig sites throughout Western Canada. Previous experience with Varco or Tesco Top Drive Units is preferred. Please submit your resume with related experience and references to: Ensign Recruitment Center, Fax number 780-955-6160. Email:hr@ensignenergy.com. Attention: Lincoln.

EAGLE RIVER CHRYSLER is currently looking for a fulltime Licensed Mechanic. Great work environment. Starting wage $25./hour. Incentive and bonus plans. Apply by fax 1-780-778-8950. Email: service@eagleriver. ca or mail: P.O. Box 1558, Whitecourt, AB, T7S 1P4 or in person to: Service Manager, Dennis LaFreniere. BC Community Classified Ads - Reach 2.6 million readers in 120 newspapers through B.C. and Yukon. If you are buying, selling or simply telling... It pays to spread the word. Call this newspaper or: 1-866-669-9222. EMPLOYMENT IN ALBERTA. Sheetmetal journeyman required shop fabrication, journeyman sheetmetal field, journeyman plumbers/ pipefitters field, journeyman refrigeration mechanic, benefit package available, over time available. terryw@peaceriverheating.com fax: 780-624-2190.

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B10 Oliver Chronicle Wednesday, July 14, 2010

COMMUNITY CLASSIFIEDS

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SERVICES

YARD SALES

2 ROOM CABIN for rent. 6 km N of Oliver, , by Jackson Triggs. Access to OK River. Furnished, A/C, 1 unit at $600 mth. 1 unit at $630 mth. Includes utilities. Damage deposit and references required. Call 250-495-2872 or cell 250-689-5045.

PARK SETTING. Very large one bdrm. apartment, private ground entrance, save energy/new furnace & lights, F/S, A/C, parking, walk in closet, bookcase, lg. view windows, window coverings, fixed indoor cat, hot water included, NO SMOKING, references required. Avail. now, $695 mth. + utilities and security deposit. ALSO - one bdrm apartment, A/C, hot water, F/S, parking, fixed indoor cat, ground private entrance. NO SMOKING, $550 mth. plus utilities. Avail now. References required. Call 250-498-4058.

FOR LEASE OR RENT. 1) 900 square ft. office space. Second floor of Shopper’s Drug Mart building. 2) 1000 square ft. workshop, warehouse, and / or office in centre of town. Clean, secure, reasonable rate. 3) Storage areas from 60 square ft. to 500 square feet. Clean, secure, in town, reasonable rates. For information about any of the above, Call 250-498-4014 or cell 250-498-1096.

36 FT. FIFTH WHEEL. Furnished, A/C, 6 km N of Oliver by Jackson Triggs. $730 mth includes utilities. Damage deposit and ref. required. Call 250-495-2872 or cell 250-689-5045.

-A-1 LAWNCARELawns, gardens, power washing, snow removal and chimney cleaning. CALL 250-485-7916

KIWANIS MARKET 347-91st Street (Sawmill Road) Check us out. We accept clean. serviceable items. Call 250-485-0242 or 250498-0176. Please leave a message, you will be answered.

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OLIVER, $800 month - plus utilities, 2 bdrm, 2 bath, double wide mobile home, rural Oliver, avail. immed. $875 month - plus utilities, 2 bdrm, 2 bath, condominium at Casa Rio on the 2nd floor. Avail. immed. $900 month - plus utilities, 2 bdrm, 1 bath, house, rural Oliver. Avail. immed. $975 month - plus utilities, 2 bdrm + den, 1.5 bath, McGowan Subdivision, Oliver. Avail Aug. 1. $1000 month - plus utilities, 3 bdrm, 2 bath, house, Tuc El Nuit area Oliver. Avail. immed. $800 month - plus utilities. 1bdrm, 1 bath, house near high school in Oliver. Avail. Aug 1. Amos Realty 35841-97th. Street Oliver, B.C. Phone 250-498-4844 Apply online at: ONLINE APPLICATIONS AND UNIT PHOTOS@ www.amosrealty.com Check us out at www.stratawatch.ca

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BEAUTIFUL 1 bdrm suite. Gas FP, private entrance and patio near Tuc-el-Nuit Lake. $600 plus utilities. Avail Aug 1st. call 250-498-2875.

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HOUSE FOR RENT. 2 bdrm. one level, 2 blocks from hospital and 10 min. walk to town. House is empty. N/P, N/S. Call Uly 250-498-3770 after 6:00 pm or Oly 1-250769-7607 anytime.

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HOUSE FOR RENT 3 bdrm up, 2 bdrm down. Laundry room, big fenced yard. $1200.00 month. Avail Aug 1st. Call 250-498-3078.

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PARK RILL MOTEL Under new management. Best rates in Oliver. Bachelor suites @ $650/month (incl taxes) Nightly rate $75 + tax. Kitchenettes & air conditioning. Kids stay free, free internet, pets on approval also free. free terrific bird watching, free picnic area. 9540 Island Rd, Oliver. Call 250-486-6687 or 250-4984404. topguide@telus.net.

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LARGE 1800 sq. ft. 2 - 3 bdrm, above ground suite for rent. Short (summer) or potentially long term. Partially furnished, near arena, rent negotiable ($800 - $1000 mth) Call 250-485-4339 or 250-485-3989.

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1) Nice, older 3 bedroom home in Osoyoos. Great location and ready to move in. $775 mth. plus utilities. No appliances included. N/S, N/P. 2) 3 bedroom home nestled in the vineyard. An abundance of privacy. $975 mth plus utilities. N/S, N/P. Please call Nita Neufield at Royal LePage South Country for more details. 250-4986222.

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VERY LARGE 1 or 2 bdrm. basement suite. Like brandnew, N/S, N/P. A/C, close to school. $800 mth. Avail. now. Call 250-498-6114 or cell 250-490-1997.

In loving memory

HELEN FAST March 12, 1921 - July 2, 2010

DEAN MALMBERG

250-498-4506 Contractor # 43474 9336 348 Ave. Unit A www.argonelectrical.ca

HUTTON’S INTERIOR DECORATING & PAINTING SERVICES Painting, Colour Consultations, Design Services and more. Call ALLISON at 250-498-6428.

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2 BDRM. HOUSE. N/S, W/D/F/S, Gallagher Lake area. $650 mth. plus utilities. Call 250-498-4166.

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HOUSE FOR RENT, Osoyoos, 2 bdrm, newly redone. $750 month + util. N/P, N/S, seniors preferred. Call 250-498-7210.

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DECKS AND PORCHES From design to finished product. Big or small. Call 604-789-9436 Email: blservices@shaw.ca 3mc3

LINTON LANDSCAPING, bobcat & mini excavator services – Yard and driveway prep. Shale and rock placement. Excavation and backfill. Ph. 250-498-1033 or250-498-2222.

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MOVING SALE Dining table w/ 6 chairs, apartment size portable dish washer, patio table w/ umbrella & 4 chairs, canopy 8 ft. wide. All must be sold. Best offers on all. Call 250498-3066 or 250-498-7060.

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YARD SALE July 17, 8am to noon. Garden tools, household, tools, paint, painting tools, drop sheets. Lots of collectables. 79th & 71 St. Across from Tuc el Nuit School. Look for the ballons.

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YARD SALE. 136 Harmony Cres. in the rez. subdivision. Sat/Sun, July 17/18. 7:00 am to ??

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NEED A PROFESSIONAL PHOTOGRAPHER? Reasonable rates call Jordan at 250-498-1982 or go to www. madeintheshadephotography.com

YARD SALE just off Blacksage Road, above the hospital. Friday from 9 am to 1 pm. and Saturday from 9 am to 1 pm. Lots of free stuff, household, misc, children’s and adult clothing and furniture.

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DOES YOU HOUSE from the outside look dusty or dirty? If so, call us for POWER WASHING We do siding or stucco. Call Steve 250-498-2014

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VERSATILE R. CONTRACTING Call Grant 250-485-7313, Oliver, BC gdunlop1@telus.net mini excavator JD 35D rubber track, -thumb, blade, hoepack- Vibrator, hole-auger-grape installations underground services, tree & stump removal, landscaping & rock walls, material delivery, deer & animal fencing, vineyard posting, demolition & hauling, construction & renos.

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GREEN AS GRASS LAWN MAINTENANCE Lawn Maintenance Fertilizing Small pruning jobs. Call 250-498-6741.

ARGON ELECTRICAL SERVICES Residential - Commercial Electric Heating

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SERVICES

Dec 31/2010

ELECTROLYSIS BY MARG - Get rid of unwanted hair permanently and safely with just a few treatments. Call 250495-2782.

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SANDALWOOD COURT in Oliver, 3 bdrm. house. Avail. Sept 1. S/F, large kitchen, bathroom adapted for dissability use. Seniors given preference. Non smokers only. 1 block to Oliver Mall. $760 month, includes utilities. Call 250-485-2389 or 250-495-8015.

CLEAN 2 BDRM house. 1 blk. from town, W/D/F/S, N/P, N/S, $850 mth. Avail. immed. Call 250-498-0546.

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FOR LEASE ON MAIN ST. 2200 sq ft of retail or office space. Newly renovated. For information. Call Dale at 250-498-4014 or cell 250498-1096.

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ONE BDRM basement suite just outside town. $600 month. Call 250-498-3078.

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RAY’S PAINTING 3 ROOM SPECIAL Any 3 rooms for $250. Walls, minor repairs, 2 coats, interior - exterior. Satisfaction guaranteed. 25 years experience. Call Ray at 250-487-0840.

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GEORGE’S PAINTING 20 years local experience. Call 250-689-0569.

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12,000 SQ. FT. WAREHOUSE FOR RENT 5 miles south on Hwy 97 $5/sq. ft., triple net Available Sept. 1, 2010

Helen Fast, born March 12th, 1921 passed away July 2nd, 2010 in Mission, BC. She was sadly predeceased by her husband, John Fast. Helen is survived by her 3 sons: Kenneth (Connie), Allan and Mark, her daughter Marsha (Ross) Pambrun, 5 grandchildren, 2 great-grandchildren and one great-great grandchild.

South Okanagan Minor Hockey is looking for an

Contact Chris Jentsch: 250.498.7873

Helen and John had a wonderful 52 year marriage, residing in Oliver from 1995 to 1998, when John died. In 2004, Helen moved to Chilliwack, BC to be closer to her relatives. She had a full, happy and adventurous life filled with traveling, singing, yodeling, writing poetry and tending to your beautiful flowers and shrubs. Helen will be dearly missed and fondly remembered by those that were close to her.

Hester Creek Estate Winery is currently accepting applications for positions in our busy tasting room. Successful applicants will have Serving it Right certification and be able to work weekends and holidays. This seasonal position ends October 12th. Please drop off resumes at our wine shop on Road #8.

Ice Ambassador/Treasurer for our association. This is a paid position that would require the successful applicant be responsible for all ice scheduling including league play, play-offs, tournaments, and special events associated with SOMHA. The position also includes all duties of a treasurer. Interested parties should submit a letter of interest stating any experience and background knowledge pertinent to the expectations of the position to: SOMHA, PO Box 1785, Oliver, BC V0H 1T0 no later than July 16, 2010. If you have questions regarding this position please contact SOMHA President, Steve Schulting, at 250-495-5290.


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COMMUNITY CLASSIFIEDS

Locations West Realty Okanagan Falls Office

250-497-5541

NEW LISTING!! Photo contributed

All the marbles Anna Mardian is the lucky winner of the “Guess the Marbles” contest at the Oliver Library. Her guess was 302, while the jar actually held 306. She now has 306 marbles to play with.

11168 352nd Ave. in Oliver 5 bdrm & 2 bath home. Lots of updates. Close to schools, shopping and golfing. $349,900 MLS®109902

55+ Condo

TAGGART CONTRACTING

EXCAVATING • DEER FENCING • TREE REMOVAL

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#115 - 7732 362nd in Oliver 2 bdrm updated condo in 55+ condo. Close to town. MLS®108599 $135,500

Great Family Home

8313 372nd Ave. in Oliver 3 bdrm & 3 bath home with salt water pool on almost 1 acre. $649,900 MLS®109733

Call Laurie for info

Home: 250-498-8847 Cell: 250-498-9437

Serving the South Okanagan from Sign-Up to Sign-Down

Laurie KingsfielG‡&ell: 250-498-1110

LKingsfield@telus.net

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SPORTS

‘Black and White’ ladies scramble a big success Contributed To the Chronicle This spring was wet and cloudy but summer finally arrived for the week of Saturday, July 10, and the day of the golf tournament turned into a glorious sunny day for the “Second Ever” Black and White Ladies Scramble held at the Nk’Mip Canyon Desert Golf Course. The tournament was held with a “sold out” field of 33 teams and with another five teams of four ladies each on a

Oliver Sunshine Festival Parade

waiting list in the event of any cancellations. The course was alive with 132 ladies attired in black and white clothing. The course pro staff and restaurant staff also dressed in black and white to match the tournament theme. Needless to say, the course superintendent and his ground crews had the course in impeccable shape on the morning of the tournament. The following teams placed in the first three categories of the tournament:

10:45 AM TO 12:30 PM (APPROX.)

1st Place – from the Princeton Golf and Country Club – Net Score – 56.28 • Wanda Marshall • Tara Atkinson • Jackie Clement • Linda Angstadt

HWY 97 - From 346 Ave (South end of Oliver Place

2nd Place – from the Fairview Mountain Golf and Country Club – Net Score – 58.47 • Ruth McLarty

TRAFFIC NOTICE

SATURDAY, JULY 17, 2010

ROADS CLOSED:

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Barb Wicklund Doreen Visser Tracy Zandee

3rd Place – from Osoysso Golf and Country Club – Kamloops – Net Score – 59.60 • Jolly Gill • Lauri Humeniuk • Michelle Bedard • Linda Phillips The Tournament Committee ( Debbie Brunelle, Penny Rivera, Anne Dalziel, Lynn Hoffman, & Irene Lussier) wishes to extend its sincere thanks for the wonderful support of the Oliver and surrounding business communities, without which this tournament could not have happened. The real winners of this event are the Nk’Mip junior golfers who will receive a donation from the proceeds raised by this tournament. A large group of volunteers deserve a great big “thanks” for their behind-the-scenes help with all of the little things that makes a tournament successful.

Mall) to Junction of 99 St and Hwy 97 (Lions Park).

93RD ST - From 362 Ave (CPR Station) to 348 Ave (Coop Packing House).

For WEST SIDE TRAFFIC, please use DETOUR ROUTE along 99th St. For EAST SIDE TRAFFIC, use alternate route along Tuc-El-Nuit Drive and Black Sage Road. EMERGENCY TRAFFIC can use railway right-of-way west of Forbes’ Horse Ranch and Kinsmen Park to access points east of the river.

NO PARKING ON MAIN STREET Please cooperate with traffic control personnel. This message brought to you by the Rotary Club of Oliver.

Nk’Mip Ladies’ & Men’s Golf Results for July 7 th, 2010 Reverse Waltz Ladies’ Results: FIRST: Mary Builder, Annie Sloan, Theresa Kwas, Paula Wegner (Countback) Net 129 SECOND: Christel Banton, Marg Imrich, Shirley McClune, Hazel Brandt Net 129 THIRD: Gwen Miller, Josce Hale, Terry Beddome, Judy Peckinpaugh, Net 133 KP’S First Flite: Mary Builder Second Flite: Theresa Kwas Third Flight: Betty Dunn

Men’s Night Prize Winners: Low Gross 0 - 17: Roddy Saarinen, 36 Low Net 0 - 17: Al Carson, 34 Low Gross 18+: Huia Martin, 41 Low Net 18+: Don Jack, 31

Photo contributed

The Second Ever Black and White Ladies Scramble at Nk’Mip Canyon Desert Golf Course attracted 33 teams of 132 ladies. First place went to defending champions from the Princeton Golf and Country Club with a net score of 56.28. Shown are the winning ladies, from left to right, Wanda Marshall, Tara Atkinson, Jackie Clement and Linda Angstadt. Second place went to the team from Fairview Mountain Golf and Country Club with a net score of 58.47. The winning ladies from Fairview were Ruth McLarty, Barb Wicklund, Doreen Visser and Tracy Zandee. Third place went to Jolly Gill, Lauri Humeniuk, Michelle Bedard, and Linda Phillips from the Osoyoos Golf and Country Club.

Congratulations 2010

FortisBC scholarship recipients

KP 0 - 10: Clarence Louie, Hole #3 KP 11 - 17: Brian Wensley, Hole #8

At FortisBC, we are committed to supporting the communities we serve. Every year we award over 20 scholarships to students across the southern interior of BC.

KP 18+: Scott Vanevery, Hole #8

Congratulations to our 2010 recipients from the South Okanagan region: Jordan Scott — Osoyoos Secondary School Stuart Reid — Summerland Secondary School Ray Marcy — Southern Okanagan Secondary School Cameron Reigh — Penticton Secondary School Jared Fenrick — Princeton Secondary School

Longest Drive: 0 -10: Mike Gallagher 11 - 17: Wayne Johnson 18+: Huia Martin KP in Two: Hugh Ridler Longest Putt: Randy Holt KP to Tree 4: Todd Stack

For more information on our scholarship program, or on the various career paths available with FortisBC, visit us online at www.fortisbc.com

Ray Marcy - Southern Okanagan Secondary School

*Specials*Specials*Specials* *All you Can Eat Pasta Thursday Nite: $9.99 *Fish ‘n Chips Friday Nite: $9.99

Energizing your community www.fortisbc.com


Oliver Chronicle - July 14th, 2010