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Stripper plan goes ahead Western News Staff
There will be adult entertainment at Nite Moves. However, the two owners of the nightclub located in the 300 block of Main Street are more than a little frustrated that their nearly renovated business probably will not be allowed to open their doors during lunch in order to compete with the one establishment in Penticton currently presenting adult entertainment: Slack Alice’s. Gus Dommasch and Dale Smith said that Penticton council acted unfairly when it decided to recommend the BC Liquor Control and Licensing Branch reject their bid to extend Nite Move’s hours of operation to 11 a.m to 2 a.m., from the current 7 p.m. to 2 p.m. because, some on council said, it would not be an appropriate location for a strip club. “They say they’re worried about the kind of clientele who is going to be hanging out in the downtown core. Well, come on, what do they think is going to happen?” said Smith. Dressed in dusty construction gear, Smith said that he and Dommasch have done most of the almost-completed renovation work themselves, replacing the club’s 80s aesthetic with thousands of dollars worth of flooring, paint and new bars. “Basically, what they are saying is if somebody watches a stripper then they a dirtbag,” said Dommasch, who’s
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Dommasch. “We want to bring in big bands, shows and live adult entertainment ... just try a whole bunch of different stuff and see what works. Try to make it a fun place for people to come out and have a good time.” The two said that they have at least a couple of businesses who have agreed to provide food for their clientele should they get to operate during lunchtime and that in the future they would like to add a kitchen. At last council meeting, Coun. Andrew Jakubeit moved that the city try to amend zoning bylaws that in essence would ban adult entertainment on Main Street or anywhere else in the city without council’s approval, while continuing to permit it at Slack Alice’s. The motioned was postponed until June 7. However, located less than three blocks from Slack Alice’s, the Nite Moves owners said the motion demonstrates some on council are willing to create double standards in the city. “We are part of the same downtown core as Slack Alice’s,” said Dommasch, asserting that his business utilizes first-rate security practices, including the use of an ID card-scanner system that keeps track of nightclub troublemakers throughout B.C. “Slack Alice’s should have competition. They can’t be the only business in town. It is not fair. It keeps people straight and playing fair when there is competition.”
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News Fires gut Oliver businesses over the long weekend BY MARK BRETT Western News Staff
Two Oliver businesses are no more following a second major fire in less than 48 hours in the south Okanagan community. The latest was Monday night at Oliver Auto Wrecking Salvage where flames shot high into the night sky and the sound of explosions rang out at the 91st Street property during the height of the blaze. “The call came in at 9:45 p.m. and upon my arrival it was fully involved, the building, cars, everything,” said a tired Dave Janzen, chief of the Oliver Fire Department. “It’s an auto wrecking yard so you’ve got paint cans, aerosol cans, oxyacetylene tanks, propane bottles and containers of gas so it’s very dangerous. “There’s not much you can do other than establish a safety zone and just let it burn.” Five fire trucks and about 25 firefighters spent about six hours on scene. Damage is estimated to be well in excess of a half-million dollars and although the cause has not been determined, at this time Janzen does not believe it is suspicious in nature. He also doesn’t feel there is any connection between this one and Sunday’s fire at the downtown Mesa Hotel which left a little piece of town’s history as little more than a pile of rubble. By the time crews from the Oliver Fire Department arrived on scene of that fire shortly after 7 a.m. the three-story, wood structure was also completely engulfed despite their best efforts were unable to save the building. In the days following the blaze many people stopped by or slowly drove past the lot on the east side of 97th Street where the bright blue, three-storey hotel had stood for over four decades. Among them was Lloyd
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Chief Dave Janzen of the Oliver Fire Department looks through the burned-out remains of the historic Mesa Hotel that went up in ﬂames Sunday. Crews were called out Monday night to a second major ﬁre at the Oliver Auto Wrecking Salvage yard on 91st Street. The two incidents are not believed to be related.
Fairweather of Osoyoos whose grandfather Harold Fairweather built the original 125-room lodging in 1912 in New Westminster. “It was rather sad, that’s for sure,” said Fairweather after viewing the fire scene. “I just spent a few minutes there and had a look at the front and had a look at the back and just thought about it for awhile. “It’s a sad day and it will leave a big hole in the community.” He remembers his grandfather often talking about moving the build-
ing which involved loading the numbered pieces onto flat-deck rail cars for the trip to Kamloops and then Kelowna and from there by barge along Okanagan Lake to Penticton. “They docked where the casino is now (Penticton Lakeside Resort) and trucked it to Oliver,” said Fairweather. The only casualties were a few chairs that were knocked off one of the trucks into Vaseux Lake after coming in contact with a large rock overlay. Constructed at a cost of
$3,500 as the Queensborough Hotel, it was originally intended to house travelers and long-term boarders. However a year later the recession and other factors put an end to the dream and the Fairweathers decided to disassemble the building and move it. According to Janzen, the fire is believed to have started on the top floor and although there were some renovations underway no one was thought to have been inside. “When I got there, there were
heavy flames coming out the top floor window and flames were just breaking through the roof,” said the chief. “At that time we were just trying to hold the fire to the original building until I was able to get heavy equipment to knock the building over. Unfortunately there was nothing else we could do, my priority was to save the buildings to the north and the south.” Despite a lack of fire wall protection neither structure on either side of the Mesa received more than minor smoke damage. One firefighter suffered what Janzen termed a stressrelated injury and was taken away by ambulance and later released. The chief has since spoken briefly to the owner who he declined to identify, saying only he is from Summerland. Damage was estimated to be about $1.4 million. At this point the chief would not comment on whether the incident is suspicious in nature only that it is being investigated by the fire commissioner’s office and the RCMP. The only commercial activity at the Mesa was Rumours Bar and Grill and the Crush Pad Bistro located on the ground floor. Both were closed at the time of the fire. The upstairs floors had not been used to house guests for a number of years due to a failure to meet fire code standards. In total over 30 firefighters, including volunteer members from the communities of Okanagan Falls and Osoyoos battled the fire. In addition to the five emergency vehicles, two bucket trucks from FortisBC were used to allow crews to apply water from an aerial vantage point. “Those guys did absolutely fantastic job considering what we were faced with,” said Janzen. “Those firefighters worked their butts off to save the neighbouring buildings. “Overall things worked out as good as could be expected.”
Osoyoos man on trial for shooting a St. Bernard in the face KRISTI PATTON Western News Staff
The owner of a St. Bernard couldn’t believe what she was seeing seconds after an Osoyoos man told her he was going to shoot her dog. “He put the gun to her nose, pulls the trigger ... I was frozen solid. The dog didn’t drop, I was thinking what did I witness? Why is she still standing?,” said Teya Coty, the owner of a St. Bernard named Pepper while giving testimony last week at the Penticton provincial courthouse. “(The accused) turned to me a little embarrassed that it didn’t go off, cocked it, put it to her face and the gun went off.” George Cimbala is standing trial by judge on charges of unnecessary pain and suffering of an animal and unlawfully injuring an animal
for the incident that took place on May 27, 2008. The court heard Pepper and Coty’s other dog, a Bichonpoo named Sprite, had escaped her house near Osoyoos while Coty was working in her vineyard. Coty, drove to a side road and was quickly alerted to their whereabouts seeing Peppers tail up “kind of like a white flag.” Sprite had already made her way through the field to Coty, while the lumbering St. Bernard was sauntering towards her owner. This is when Cimbala, came out “shaking his fist, yelling and very agitated that the dogs were on his property.” “He was shaking something I thought was a stick saying, ‘your lucky I didn’t shoot your dog’ when I realized it was a rifle,” said Coty. Pepper began barking at
“He put the gun to her nose, pulls the trigger ... I was frozen solid.” — Teya Coty Cimbala as both edged closer towards Coty. Cimbala yelled to the dog owner that the animals had attacked his chickens. Coty told the court that she asked Cimbala to wait until she safely put her dogs in the car and then she would come look at the chicken coop and if they had done any damage she would reimburse him. Instead, she was horrified as Cimbala pushed a gun towards the St. Bernard and shot her family pet. The man then walked back to his house leaving them there. Coty realized it was impossible to pick
up the 120 pound dog herself to get it to the car. “I thought she was going to pass.” she said through tears on the witness stand recalling that she was sitting with the dog wishing she could take Pepper to her home to die, instead of laying in a field. “After about five minutes of me petting her she lifted her head, regained her stance and I took her to the vet.” A veterinarian who first saw Pepper that night after the shooting said the St. Bernard’s face was “obliterated,” and there was nothing left on one
side of her nose. The vet said all she could do was clean up Pepper’s wound and treat the dog for shock and pain. A collar was put on Pepper to keep the dog from disturbing the wound area until the morning when she could have surgery. The vet told the court that she “never found a feather” on the dog or in its mouth while cleaning Pepper. Dr. Marco Veenis next saw the dog at the Okanagan Vet Hospital in Kelowna the following day and examined Pepper saying she had a large hole on the left side of her face, fractures of the hard palette and upper jaw bone, damage to the molars, teeth missing (roots were still intact) and a x-ray showed the dog had many small lead pellets in its nose, hard palette and back into the tongue and neck area. Veenis said
he removed close to 40 lead pellets but did not remove all of them stating when it is a gun shot wound there can be more damage done removing them that causes infection to the tissue. When asked by Crown counselor Alexander Janse if the dog ever showed aggression, evidence of consuming chicken or evidence of feathers caught in Peppers teeth Veenis simply answered, “no,“ each time. After treating Pepper’s injury, in which Veenis said he could look straight into the dogs nasal cavity, he relayed to the owners that she could have her nose fixed surgically but it would take viable healthy tissue, which only comes with time. Cimbala is slated to return to court on Wednesday to fix a date to resume the trial.
PENTICTON WESTERN NEWS May 26, 2010
News Prison avoided in $3-million theft ring
The man who stole $100,000 in jewelry and diamonds from Cutlerâ€™s Jewelery in 2008 is avoiding jail time. A Kamloops man will not be going to jail despite being involved in a $3-million theft ring that stretched from B.C. to Manitoba. In B.C. Supreme Court in Kamloops on Friday, May 21, Cameron McElroy, was given two-for-one credit for time served for a string of break and enters across B.C.,
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gain entry to the businesses, usually through a back entrance. Despite the crimeâ€™s high level of sophistication, Crown prosecutor Iain Currie said the crimes do not require jail time. â€œThese were not unsophisticated break and enters in three different provinces,â€? Currie said. â€œHowever, there is no reason to think, but for these offences, Mr. McElroy would not be successful at life.â€? In addition to being caught in Winnipeg, Currie said McElroyâ€™s guilt was established
through the 14,000 text messages to various people, placing him at the scene at the time of the crimes. The former Thompson Rivers University business student was free on bail from Manitoba at the time of his June 2, 2009 arrest in Kamloops, where he spent nearly nine months behind bars. He had been free on bail since Jan. 26. Under conditions of his sentence, McElroy is subject to a curfew for two years, is banned from being in places that primarily serve alcohol and cannot have a cellphone.
Quiet weekend for RCMP Western News Staff
With the exception of the usual rowdies, Penticton RCMP report the Victoria Day holiday weekend was relatively uneventful. â€œThe evenings were a little busier with the typical few fools but we get that even when itâ€™s not a long weekend,â€? said Sgt. Rick Dellebuur. â€œI sensed it was a little quieter than usual but there are a lot of variables, things such as the weather.â€?
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he anti-HST petition drive is closing in on its goal, with all of June still to go. It’s a rout in most of the province for the motley mujahadeen that runs under the ragged banner of shrub merchant Bill Vander Zalm and tax warrior Carole James. It recently fell to me to advise a group of fresh recruits in Harrison Hot Springs that there was no urgent need to drive to Chilliwack and sign the thing. By early May the B.C. Liberal bedrock of Chilliwack-Hope already had almost twice the signatures it needs to qualify under B.C.’s initiative legislation. There are pockets of resistance to the anti-HST jihad, and they are oddly distributed. Zalm and his field commanders like to talk tough about Point Grey, the leafy redoubt of Premier Gordon Campbell. Perfect place for a “targeted recall” effort, they hint, should the government use its majority to stall or ignore the petition. But Point Grey is where the Fight HST forces have had their feeblest effort so far, with only 31 per cent of their target met as of May 16. Up in Peace
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River South, a place spiritually aligned with Alberta, they had that many signatures the first day. By pouring insurgents into the coffee shops of Kerrisdale and Dunbar, the Fight HST forces should win the Vancouver areas where their start has been slowest. But strangely, NDP strongholds of Kensington, Kingsway and Mount Pleasant are also notably sluggish about rising up against the HST, along with Finance Minister Colin Hansen’s Quilchena and the swing seat of Vancouver-West End. (For the record, at last count Fight HST also remained
short of its goal in AbbotsfordMission, Abbotsford West, all seven Burnaby and Coquitlamarea seats, all three Richmond seats, North VancouverLonsdale, both West Van seats, and three Surrey seats held by the NDP. Some of these, as well as Prince GeorgeMackenzie, are probably done by the time you read this.) Still, it’s safe to assume the first successful initiative in B.C. history is upon us. So what’s next? Hansen showed his cards a bit last week. B.C.’s neverused initiative law says the petition must be referred to a B.C. Liberal-controlled committee, which will have the option of referring the issue to a province-wide referendum or turning the petition into a bill to present to the legislature. “They had a referendum in California a few years back on tax measures,” Hansen said. “It’s not serving them very well today.” In fact California has been using its initiative legislation for a century, and an industry of professional petitioners has emerged. People love it. The state is currently using it to consider legalizing and taxing marijuana. Oh yes, and
California is broke. Governor Arnold Schwarzennegger is among those who say the state is handcuffed by spending and tax rules imposed by voter referenda. One of its more notorious efforts was Proposition 13, which ended an upward spiral of property taxes by slashing them 57 per cent. The local government of Orange County, one of the richest places in the world, declared bankruptcy in 1994. Back here in B.C., you may have heard that some national chain stores have had a bit of difficulty with the PST exemptions that have been attached in recent years. Stores have inadvertently charged PST for things like fire extinguishers, and remitted it to Victoria. Also gone are exemptions for over-the-counter medications, adult-sized clothes for bigger kids, caulking and insulation. B.C. residents can manage without these political sops, the main result of retaining provincial authority over sales taxes. Tom Fletcher is legislative reporter and columnist for Black Press and BCLocalnews.com. email@example.com
PENTICTON WESTERN NEWS May 26, 2010
Council follows predictable path So, the mayor who had the opportunity to deny the developers motion, as predicted, approved it. Why are we not surprised. Mr. Ashton does not live in our community. What are we doing electing him to run our city? The vote was a three-three split among the councillors, and he had the opportunity to do the right thing by supporting the no vote. But you see it isn’t his neighbourhood, and this in spite of the fact that the city planning department recommended the application be denied. As I said before, the people who live on Haynes Street and surrounding area do not want a highrise in their neighbourhood but we don’t count, our opinion doesn’t matter. The developer is more important. He needs to get his pound of flesh, and with the help of councillors Jakubeit, Albas, Sentes and the mayor he got it, as predicted in my last letter. The Official Community Plan has been “official-
Party an eye-opener
I had the opportunity to attend a free community event with my two teenage daughters several weeks ago. The event was called, ‘Reality Party’ where a homeowner opened their private home for local student actors to re-enact what drinking parties in today’s society look like. It broke my heart to watch these vulnerable teen actors drink themselves to a point of vomiting on the hardwood floors, seduce one another with readily available drugs, and get arrested and cuffed by local RCMP officers during the fighting brawl. This all in the name of ‘having a good time.’ (The teen who overdosed was revived thanks to the Okanagan Priority Trauma One Team.) Huge thanks to the Student Actors, Pathways Addictions Resource Centre, the home owners, School District 67, Okanagan RCMP, Community Foundation of the South Okanagan, Business Gives Back, Okanagan Fest of Ale Society and the Kinette Club of Penticton for allowing this free community event to take place. As parents we do have the power to implement change in the lives of our young people. Brenda Roxanne Peters Kaleden
A trafﬁc solution
Reading the article, “Council deadlocked on study,” (Western News, May 12) I would like to make a suggestion on what could be done on Government. I think that it should be four lanes. The outside lane could allow parking from 6:30 p.m. to 8 a.m. During the day it should be a traffic/bike lane. This could solve a lot of traffic problems and still allow bikers a lane to bike in. The outside lane, all traffic would have to yield to any bikes in that lane. All other times it would allow traffic to move smoother. It’s an idea that can be tinkered with, and with proper signs people should have little problems understanding how it works. Do we really need to waste more taxpayer’s money on studies? To have someone say something we already know? I think those in council should
ly” changed once again to suit the developer (surprise, surprise). The precedent has been set, your neighbourhood could be next and the developers are clapping their hands. They will not rest until the entire city is littered with half-empty highrises crowding us (single family homes) out. As I said before, livability is not a priority when you don’t live in the neighbourhood. I encourage all registered voters of Penticton to throw these people out of office come the next election. Let’s install people who think livability and community first. Let’s have a community plan that can only be changed under dire circumstances. Let’s legislate that members of council and the mayor must actually live in the city of Penticton. Mr. Litke, Mr. Vassilaki, and Mr. Pearce are to be commended for standing up for us. The Haynes Street neighbourhood thanks you. Michael Taenzer Penticton
have to sit on Government Street during peak hours and then decide what to do instead of paying someone else. If they keep talking about their debt, after all they are the ones spending the money, then stop wasting money. Maybe they should have to take the time themselves and work with the citizens of Penticton to find solutions instead of outsourcing at the expense of Penticton residents. Some will notice that I am making the point of city council spending your money. Improving Government Street is good spending as most in Penticton would benefit. Pool expansion is not a good thing at this time with the debt load city council have put the residents of Penticton in. But oh well, too late now eh. South Main Street is another street that should be looked at. Maybe no changes at this time but there should be a solution in place for when the time comes, that would save us money as well. Maybe council should talk to residents on South Main and ask them for ideas. Pay me and I will do it for you, sure would be cheaper and you would keep the money local or is that just silly. David Mercier Penticton
Disappointed by turnout
I, and a number of shipmates were dismayed and disappointed at the very poor turnout to our Battle of Atlantic Memorial Service on May 2. Roughly 35 members of our Naval Veterans Association and family, but only seven plus two young children of John Q Public, were in attendance. We, who were fortunate to have survived that five-year struggle, strongly feel that the memory of lost shipmates, school chums and pals of all services involved, not overlooking also the civilians, nurses, war-brides and child evacuees that were lost at sea in transit earned and richly deserves a more responsive turnout. Next year, we must do better. M. Cavendish Penticton Naval Veteran’s Assoc.
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City assets have depreciated by $91 million according to Penticton’s treasurer Doug Leahy. The $91 million figure, he said, calculated by independent auditors, is really just the estimated overall cost of the depreciation of all of the assets the city owns: everything from facilities, vehicles and equipment to road, water, sewer and power infrastructure. Basically, if all the city’s assets were a really big car (we’ll let council speculate on which brand) that cost taxpayers $379 million
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Everything is slowly but surely falling apart. And the Chartered Accountants Association of Canada wants you to know that in Penticton as of Dec. 31, 2009 the steady hand of time has decayed the city’s assets by roughly $91 million. Would you like to pay for that now or later? The answer is probably closer to some of it now but most of it later,
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then $91 million is the amount of money the car has lost in value since the city drove it off the lot. In years to come, the auditors estimate, the car (or city assets) will depreciate about $10 million in value annually. Despite spending money on new rims or a paint job, you can’t magically make a car return to being brand new. So, what most people do is spend some money servicing their car to get the most useful life out of it and then when it is time to get another car, they buy one either by using money they have saved up or by borrowing money. Currently, Leahy said, the city utilizes both kinds of purchasing strategies when it comes to replacing assets it can’t afford to buy outright. “That is what our equipment replacement
fund is for,” he said. “It is really a depreciation fund.” If staff determined that a item is going to last 12 years, Leahy explained, then the city divides the cost of replacing the item by 12 years, making sure to put that amount of money into the replacement fund every year. The city, he said, does not do this for large items, like facilities, because it would cost lots of money. Take the community centre, for instance. Government, of all levels, is currently spending over $23 million to renovate the building, which should have a useful life of about 20 to 30 years. That means that if Penticton wants to keep the new centre from adding to the $91 million depreciation figure, council would have to sock away about another $1 million a year, beyond
what it will spend on capital and operating costs. Basically, today’s taxpayer would have to pay for the building twice. The good news, however, is that the issue isn’t really an issue at all, said Leahy, because council can decide to recognize and then essentially ignore its annual depreciation estimates, as long as it simply reports them. The only reason the city’s auditors had to calculate the depreciation estimate is because provincial government made them after the accountants association pointed out that private-sector companies were doing it while municipalities were not. But private-companies were only doing it because they could save money on their income taxes by writing off the depreciation. And municipalities do not pay income taxes.
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Mishras return to Cawston Hall Mishra family has been performing classical Indian Sitar music for 11 generations Western News Staff
When they gave their last concert in Cawston, three years ago, the Mishras were already almost a tradition in the Lower Similkameen. â€œIn three previous visits, The Mishras had won the hearts of the local audiences,â€? said Dave Cursons, adding that many area residents got to enjoy the strains of the classical Indian sitar, the rapid-fire tabla drums and the melodious vocals for the first time in live concert. The Mishras are father and son sitar masters from Benares, India. Pandit Shivnath Mishra and son Deobrat Mishra travel the world for part of the year touring and performing indian classical music. They will be performing at the Cawston Hall on June 6, inviting the audience into the world of the sitar music, continuing a tradition that has extended through 11 generations of their family. Tickets for the concert are $15 at the doors, which open at 7:30 p.m. The concert itself begins at 8 p.m. The sitar itself is a technical wonder, Cursons said, describing it as an ancient precursor of the modern guitar. Common in
SITAR PLAYER Deobrat Mishra, along with other members of his musical family, will be perfroming in Cawston Hall on June 6, their ďŹ rst performance in the area since 2007.
India, it wasnâ€™t until the 1960s that the sitar was popularized in North America, when Ravi Shankar introduced it to western audiences â€” even the Beatles and the Rolling Stones adopted the instrument in some of their works. Cursons describes father Pandit as a solemn and selfpossessed master while Deobrat, his son, exudes high spirits and a mischievous streak. â€œThese traits in each are wonderfully expressed in the emotionality of their music,â€? said Cursons. â€œTheir deep regard for one another as father and son, master and student, is always plain.â€? Very early this century,
The Mishra family had begun travelling from Benares, India to California and up through Oregon to British Columbia in the company of their American tabla player, Marco Zonka from San Diego and road manager, Felicity Gerwin from Winlaw, B.C. The present tour features a new generation of the Mishra family. Young Prashant Mishra is the tabla player and another of the elder Panditâ€™s students will accompany the group. In recent years, Deobrat has made an annual journey to Nelson, where he conducts a music academy in sitar, tabla, vocals and the classical Indian music tradition.
PENTICTON WESTERN NEWS May 26, 2010
News City pedals bike lane review BRUCE WALKINSHAW Western News Staff
With Bike to Work Week beginning next Monday, Penticton council has directed city staff to review the municipalityâ€™s current cycling network. The study, proposed by bike advocate Coun. Andrew Jakubeit, will look at the potential for new or alternate cycling routes, protected bike lanes and tying the network into regional trail systems. In pushing for the study, Jakubeit said that providing a cycling network that is safe and connects key community points of interest and village nodes is essential for our communityâ€™s health, vibrancy and progression towards a healthy, sustainable and livable community. â€œOK College will have 800-plus students living in our community and Pentictonâ€™s climate and geography lends
well for the utilization of an improved cycling network benefiting both our residents and tourists alike,â€? he said. â€œWe are not really capitalizing on the opportunity that sits in front of us. Especially with the climate and the way the city is laid out we really could introduce cycling and that could take off.â€? Jakubeit noted that last year the city held a town hall meeting with the cycling community before hiring transportation planning consultant Richard Drdul. â€œHe told us how about two thirds of Penticton residents have a bike in the backyard or are interested in the healthy benefits (of bicycling) but do not ride because they are scared of cars racing by them and drivers not paying attention,â€? said Jakubeit. Create safe cycling routes using buffered protected bike lanes or
separated trails, said Jakubeit, and more of Pentictonâ€™s â€œinterested but concernedâ€? potential riders will use their bikes to get around. â€œUntil we create some safe routes, you are always only catering to that seven per cent of bike users who are the spandex guys who ride anyway,â€? he said. â€œYou look at New York and you look at Vancouver, they are major metropolitan centres that have removed roadway away from the automobile and added more protected bike lanes and yet the automobile still survived while rider-ship has increased.â€? Jakubeit said that in order to create a proper bike network, the city needs to have a longterm plan in order to coordinate with the overall development of the city. â€œIf you have a five or 10 year goal then whatever development goes
up on that street, or any other street, we bear in mind that we are going to do something cycling related on the streets so we are going to require a setback or we are going to require the developer to put in something else,â€? he explained. â€œBut we canâ€™t just fly willy-nilly here and not have some sort of longrange planning to being more a sustainable, livable community.â€?
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PEACHCITYTOASTMASTERS meet from noon to 1 p.m. at the Penticton United Church, Toastmasters improves speaking abilities and leadership skills. Call 250-486-0601 for info. TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) meets at 5:30 p.m. at 431 Winnipeg St. Call Merle at 250-7708093. SENIORS’ DROP-IN CENTRE has bingo and the crafter’s meeting at 1 p.m., French conversation at 1:30 p.m. and line dancing from 1 to 3 p.m. TOPS B.C. 1640 meets from 8:30 to 9:30 a.m. in the Bethel Church basement at 945 Main St. Phone Betty-Lou at 250492-7623 or Liz at 250493-7997 for more information. O KANAGAN F ALLS SENIORS’ Activity Centre has computer classes at 9 a.m., bridge at 1 p.m. and cribbage at 7:30 p.m. Everyone welcome. S OUTH O KANAGAN
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After 13 years of operation, you might think the Meadowlark Festival had reached its peak, but if you look at the success of this year’s festival, it appears it’s still growing. “We’ve still got to evaluate — the festival only finished yesterday — but early signs are that ticket sales are up from last year, which is fantastic,” said Anita Dunford, the Meadowlark Festival Coordinator for the Okanagan Similkameen Conservation Alliance. “I think there is potential for the festival to grow even further, it’s certainly not losing any momentum in terms of its popularity from the people that want to visit,” she continued. Dunford said support from the community is an essential factor in the festival’s success. Margaret Kitson has been making
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GETTING A piggy back ride, a collision occured with a Delta United player focussed on the ball during a match against the South Okanagan in the 49th annual Paciﬁc Western Breweries May Soccer Classic. South Okanagan lost the ﬁnal to Chile De Estrella 2-1 on Monday.
Chili De Estrella three-peat EMANUEL SEQUEIRA Western News Staff
Supporters of Chile De Estrella spilled onto the sidelines at King’s Park during the 49th Pacific Western Breweries May Classic Monday afternoon. The group of two-dozen, including some resting Chilean players, celebrated the 2-1 goal against the South Okanagan Men’s League team, which helped them three-peat. “It was awesome,” said Chile De Estrella’s Tarek Yassin. “Nice play, nice set up. We deserve it.” Yassin, who is enjoying his first year with Chile De Estrella, was thrilled to help clinch the championship. Yassin said Chile played pretty good but felt they were better in their match against the under-21 Penticton Pinnacles. Both teams battled to a scoreless tie, which Chile won 1-0 on penalty kicks. Some, including the Chilean team, felt that game should have been the final for the men’s side. “I would have liked us to pick up the tempo a little bit in the first half,” added Yassin. “We won and that’s all that matters.” Chile De Estrella led 1-0 going into the second half but South Okanagan’s Paul Raposo tied up the game. Before the midway mark of the final half, Chile De Estrella collected the winning marker as they set the play
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“It was awesome. Nice play, nice set up. We deserve it.” — Tarek Yassin. up from the right side and fed Farid Najafi in the middle who shot it past keeper Jason Wood. Making the matchup interesting was the aggressive play. Neither side held back, which led to many words being exchanged and a few shoving matches. Near the end, a fight nearly broke out as the official was reluctant to pull out the yellow card to control the game. “It’s tough. You have to keep your composure,” said Yassin. “We got a red card at the end there. You can’t let that stuff get under your skin.” Josh Fink of the South Okanagan Men’s League said even though the game had its physical play, he said it was fair. “It was a bit chippy but there was no intent to injure,” he added. He enjoyed playing against Chile and said they were happy to make it as far as they did. As for the chances to get the tying goal,
Fink said they weren’t able to make that final pass. Raposo, South Okanagan’s lone scorer, had deflected a shot off the post that left many observers wondering how they didn’t score. Fink said what would have helped them win this game was if they had more time to play together. The team was thrown together prior to the weekend. “It will only get better from here,” he said. On the women’s side, the Penticton Soccer Club defeated the South Okanagan 3-0 to win the tournament. Coach David Fink said the group played well and finished the weekend 3-0-1. “It was a lot of fun,” he said. “Everybody seemed to play strong. A very skilled bunch. It was nice to finally win.” Earning the MVP honours Sousa, a former Penticton Pinnacle, playing for Chile De Estrella and Joey Monroe of Penticton was the scoring champion. The Best Defender in the tournament was Charlie Farnelli from the South Okanagan. Tournament organizer Charlie Goeckel felt the weekend was excellent and feels this will lead into a strong return for next year when it will be the 50th edition. “Everything went perfect,” said Goeckel. For video of Mondays action, go to www. pentictonwesternnews.com.
Golfer steps up to take Zone 2 women’s championship Western News Staff
After shooting an 82 and trailing amateur Kyla Inaba by one heading into the final round of the Zone 2 women’s and amateur golf championship, Lynda Palahniuk came out on top. Held at the Summerland Golf and Country Club, Palahniuk finished with a score of 160 on Tuesday afternoon. Inaba was unable to hold off Palahniuk, who placed sixth at the Provincial Senior Women’s Championship 2009 and went on to take second
place overall at the Canadian Senior Women’s Championship, and finished with a score of 161. In third was Haley Cameron at 164. Of the 84 participants competing in the championship, 15 are from Summerland. They include Val Eibner (177), Gwen Redfern, Doreen Butterworth, Helen Pybus, Sydney Clement, Lil Smith, Jan McLeod, Debbie Bevan (181), Pat Thomson, Vi Ward, Rachelle Neilsen, Marilyn Tamblyn, Mary Brough, Lynne Karaim and Ev Crane.
PENTICTON WESTERN NEWS May 26, 2010
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Kerner of Pritchard in the tie down roping event during the 72nd annual Keremeos Elks Rodeo held May 22 to 24.
Sporting a new look (jackets and shorts), the SOMBA Tigers went 3-1 against the Tri City Indians and Chilliwack Cougars. After defeating the Cougars 11-7 in Game 1, the Cougars bounced back with a 13-6 win. The Cougars scored seven times in the first inning. The Tigers didn’t roll over as they showed composure and clawed back slowly. In the fifth inning the Tigers got as close as two runs but left two runners stranded on base. Nolan Benedetti had kept the Cougars’ bats quiet and gave the Tigers a chance to get back in. The Cougars didn’t figure Benedetti out until the seventh when they added six more runs and killed any chance of a comeback. Against the Indians, the Tigers won 5-2 and
4-0. In the final game, Ryohei Ito pitched a gem going six innings allowing three hits, collecting three strikeouts and no earned runs. The Tigers had better luck at the plate as they scored twice in the first inning. In the opening game, the Tigers went with Kyle Peters on the mound. Peters went 7 2/3 innings allowing two earned runs, eight strikeouts and one hit in the 5-2 win. In four of the five innings, the Tigers had multiple runners on base but couldn’t score. In the sixth they managed to get two runs. It took extra innings to get a winner as the Tigers scored three times in the eighth and Ito came in to shut the door. The Tigers are now 4-4 on the road and improved to a 10-4 record and sit third in B.C Minor Baseball’s midget AAA standings.
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June is Brain Injury Awareness Month South Okanagan Similkameen Brain Injury Society
Friday, June 4, 2010 8:30 – 4:15 pm Penticton Lakeside Resort, 21 Lakeshore Drive West, Penticton, BC
Join Us at the 10th Anniversary of The Canadian Cancer Society’s Relay For Life! May 29 30, 2010 Text & Goes Here. This years Relay is May 29th from 6pm to 6am May 30th at the Pen-Hi Track. Registration fee is $25 per person. Join the Biggest Cancer Fundraising Event to Make the Biggest Difference!
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FEATURING: From muscles to the mind: Multi-system beneﬁts of exercise in stroke Dr. Janice Eng, Professor, Department of Physical Therapy and Scientist at the GF Strong Rehab Centre BSR (PT/OT) (UBC), MSc (U. Toronto), PhD (U. Waterloo) The presentation will cover exercise interventions recently developed by Dr. Eng for people who have had a stroke - the Fitness and Mobility Exercise (FAME) Program and a self directed arm and hand exercise program.
Cognitive Rehabilitation – What Does Research Tell Us? Alison M. McLean, OT, GF Strong Rehab Centre, Vancouver, BC An overview of ﬁndings from the current research on cognitive rehabilitation, with a focus on making practical sense of research ﬁndings, a review of the types of therapy that might improve thinking skills, and a discussion of how to improve your recognition during everyday life activities.
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Sheri Simson, aka “The Pole Lady” Sheri Simson, co-founder of Keenﬁt will introduce you to the beneﬁts of Pole Walking, designed to maximize results for everyone, from the casual, average walker to the serious, athletic walker.
Tax beneﬁts available to individuals with disabilities Gord Guild, CA White Kennedy Chartered Accountants Details of some of the beneﬁts available including disability tax credits, and the Registered Disability Saving Plan and how they can be claimed.
Homeopathy – The Natural Medicine of today and the future Katharina Riedener, DHom, RCSHom, HMC Classical Homeopathy, what Homeopathic Remedies are and who can beneﬁt from Homeopathy. If you are a brain injury & stroke survivor, family member, parent, educator, physician or professional, this day is for you. To register or for further information call 490-0613 before May 31, 2010. Registration fees are $40.00 which includes lunch.
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PENTICTON WESTERN NEWS May 26, 2010
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Trades, Technical Needed Lic.trailer mechanic or commercial transport mechanic w/Inspection Certiﬁcate, willing to work days, afternoons, & weekends, FT, beneﬁt pkg. Fax resume to 250-545-0683.
HIRING NOW! Traveling Carnival looking for games operators for summer. Leaving June 4th, we are looking for neat, friendly, outgoing employees w/good people skills! Drivers licence preferred but not required, $500/wk, accommodations & transportation provided. Call Mon-Fri 9am-4pm 250-307-5313 (leave msg if not answered) SAND BLASTER wanted in Winﬁeld. Experienced. Please fax resume to 250-766-1350 or phone 250-862-1345
The Penticton Art Gallery seeks a contract facility cleaner to start June 16. Please drop by the gallery at 199 Marina Way, or call 250-493-2928 for contract details. Education/Trade Schools
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WATER QUALITY ADVISORY The West Bench Irrigation District has issued a WATER QUALITY ADVISORY for users of the system, due to increased Turbidity. While the associated Health Risks are minimal, The West Bench Irrigation District and Interior Health recommend that children, the elderly, people with weakened immune systems, and anyone seeking additional protection drink boiled water or a safe alternatives until further notice. For those at risk population, water intended for drinking, washing fruits or vegetables, making juice or ice, or brushing teeth should be boiled for one (1) minute. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause, and appreciate your cooperation and patience during this time. If you have any questions please contact West Bench Irrigation District at 250-493-4117 or check out our website at www.westbenchirrigation.org
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Tree Services Phipp’s Tree Service, Bucket truck, Crane 10,000lbs cap. Removal, complete clean-up, also pruning hedges, gutter blow-out, etc. Penticton local boy, 48 years. Landscape rocks, delivery available, free quotes 250-488-3316 Stump Grinding, Hedge Trimming, Pruning & more. Strata’s, Residential & Commercial. Fully Ins., & licensed. Call Dave 250-493-1083 Walts Stump Grinding. Fast, Friendly Service. Free estimates and works on weekends. For all your stump removal needs call 250-4922494 or 250-488-6401
SMALL LOADS DELIVERED Top soil, peat, compost etc. 250-490-1066
Moving & Storage FAMILY Movers. Moving? Anything, anywhere. Local and long distance throughout 2010 Packing service available, weekly trips to Vancouver, Alberta, full and partial loads. Cheapest rates in the valley. Free Estimates, 250-493-2687
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Equestrian DUNALIO 7yr old mare, breeding stock paint, nice stout, great on trails. Not really an arena horse unless she has a job (chasing cows, gymkanna). She is 14.2 hh owner is getting out of horses $3000 250-499-2499
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Rooﬁng, Siding, Reno’s, Decking, Flooring & Etc. Trevor Bush 250-486-0440 Fully Licensed, Insured, WCB Certiﬁed Rona Contractor Formely Okanagan Treasures Home Improvements
CHIHAUHUA/POM Pups $675 - perfect lap dogs, cute, huggable, lovable, Born Mar 22. Pics Avail. Parents 8 & 9 lbs. 250-809-5060. FILA / MASTIFF Guard Dogs Owners best friend! Intruders worst nightmare! All shots. Call 1-604-817-5957. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org HAVANEESE non-shedding puppies, shots, litter trained, $500 (250)379-2223 Wendy LONG HAIRED Chihuahua male pup. $800.00. Home raised. Vet check & First Shots. 250-498-9039. TRINITY SHEPHERDS Belgium & German Shepherd dogs & puppies 10wks to 6mo. $250-$750.(250)547-9763
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Garden Equipment Rod Iron (Heavy Duty) ﬂower pot holders for balcony, $9.00 each 250-493-0040
Heavy Duty Machinery 1998 John Deere 120 C excavator, 2680 orig hours,2 buckets. $31,500. Case 580K, backhoe. $18,500. 250-5478993. 1999 2650Q Link-belt, exacator,28,000lbs, 5600 hrs, u/c,recently done, cab guards & rock guards, hydraulic thumb, c/w 2 buckets, great machine. $57,500. 250-549-0780.
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FRIDGE white, excellent condition & clean $300 250-4927888 KENMORE range self clean white 30” w/coil elements, approx 6yrs old, super clean works well $350 250-770-8936 Maytag washer, working, $150, Kenmore dryer, $50, evenings 250-497-8528
2 used 150,000 BTU gas heater, $1500 each, Playk 100,000 BTU gas heater, $1000, Vantage 150,000 BTU gas heater, $1000, Vedge clamp frame machine with measuring gauge and post puller, like new, $4000, chrome box rail for 2004-2009 Chev long box (new), $100, 250-498-3900, cell 250-490-7166 Oliver
Gord’s Painting, free estimates, reasonable rates, (250)462-0607
Angus Bulls,top A.I.bloodlines, semen tested, ready to work. 250-838-6032.
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CHESAPEAKE Bay Retriever Pups for sale. (2 litters) Chocolate brown, great disposition. Purebred, non registered, Dew claws removed, 1st shots, dewormed, vet checked. 9 males, 10 females. Ready to go June 13th. $400. (250)835-2090 (Tappen B.C.)
Food Products Locally grown, governt insp, grain fed Beef. 1/4 & 1/2, $2.65/lbs, CWF 250-546-6494
*HAY SALES GUARANTEED Quality Grass, Alfalfa, Mixed square bales, round bales & Silage bales. Delivery avail. (250)804-6081,(250)833-6763.
ALWAYS the Best in Quality & Reasonable in Price. 18yrs experience, Nick 250-486-2359
BOSTON TERRIER Puppies due end of May, vet checked, wormed, dew claws done, $900. 250-497-5218
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GREAT Canadian Builders Ltd. “Turning Houses into Homes.” Your complete renovation specialists. 25 years experience. All interior & exterior work, concrete, sheds, garages, fences, rooﬁng, decks, drywall, framing. Restorations, additions. Insurance claims. Licensed and insured, for your free estimate call Steve 250-490-9762, 250-488-0407 http://greatcanadianbuilders.awards.com HOME Reno’s. All reno’s & Add-On’s, fences, garages, decks, sheds, sidewalks, driveways. All your Home Reno’s in one call. 250-462-3472
Bichon pups, great dispositions, non shedding, ﬁrst shots, dewormed, microchipped and ready to go. 250832-4923 for more info.
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ALL RENOVATIONS and home repairs, any size job inside & out. Ron 250 276-0744 Licensed, Insured, WCB, Friendly, References. Painting in/out, Ceramic tile, Flooring, Finishing Carpentry, Kitchen & Bath. Pressure Washing. Len 250-486-8800
AUSSIE Shepherd/Border Collie pups, $300. Can email pics. 250-469-3678
40sqft Free edging of your choice. High quality under mount sink included.
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Backyard garden sheds 1@16’x12x’6’H, 2@8’x9’x5’H, must take away. 1 washer, 1 dryer, 1 toilet, 1 sink & 2 metal screen doors. All appliances are in good working order. Best offers accepted. 250-4888769 BRAND new 5 stage reverse osmosis water ﬁltration system. Retail price: $795. Now: $270. Call 250-863-1544 BUILDING NEW HOME/COTTAGE? Factory Direct Prefabricated Building systems Inventory Liquidate - Save 50%++ while they last.
www.greenrpanel.com GREEN-R-PANEL 100’s of Dreams Delivered to Happy Families. 1-800-871-7089. SACRIFICE FROM $9,975. Deluxe 3’w screen storm door brn $85, steel bed frame single/dbl bed $25 250-492-4626 **HOME PHONE RECONNECT** Call 1-866-287-1348. Prepaid Long Distance Specials! Feature Package Specials! Referral Program! Don’t be without a home phone! Call to Connect! 1-866-287-1348. LEARN SUSTAINABLE BUILDING. Timber frame, log, straw bale and stackwallbuilding, portable sawmilling. Workshops start August 9. GPRC Fairview CollegeCampus. Fairview, Alberta. 1-888-9997882; www.gprc.ab.ca/fairview. Maax ﬁbreglass tub/shower insert, white, not yet installed, still in shipping crate, ﬁts standard 5ft tub, $400obo, Belvedere cast iron white glazed hairdressing sink, showerhead attachment, hot/cold tap etc. $200obo, Home 250-4933673, 250-809-6311 NEW Norwood SAWMILLS LumberMate-Pro handles logs 34” diameter, mills boards 28” wide. Automated quick-cyclesawing increases efﬁciency up to 40%. www.NorwoodSawmills.com/400OT - FREE Information: 1-800-566-6899 Ext:400OT.
Misc. Wanted EARN FREE PARTYLITE CANDLES AND ITEMS!! I would love the chance to come to your house and help you host a PARTYLITE party. Hostesses earn free product based on the total sales and have access to fantastic specials open only to hostesses! All you need to do is get some friends to come over, provide a light snack/refreshment and the product and I will do the rest!! If you are interested please call me at 250-4975191 and I will help you plan your party! We will pick up and recycle your old car batteries, stainless sinks, brass taps, copper pipes and wire, radiators, and other nonmagnetic metal items. Give us a call at 250-488-3499
Sporting Goods GLOCK’s, check out the brand new 4th generation Model 17 at Weber & Markin Gunsmiths, #4 - 1691 Powick Rd. Kelowna 250-762-7575 HIKING/BEAR Season Shotgun Specials, choice SKS’s from $299. GLOCK stocking dealer, quality ﬁrearms bought & sold at Weber & Markin Gunsmiths, #4 - 1691 Powick Rd. Kelowna 250-762-7575
Acreage for Sale 13.9 tree’d acres, Edgewood, min’s from Arrow Lake. Offers over $99,000, ﬁnancing considered. 250-269-7492 READY to build on this 3 acres in Whitevale area, Lumby. Flat, few trees, drilled well. Gas/hydro to driveway. Price $240,000 GST. obo. 250-547-6932. SHUSWAP RIVER FRONT 11.3 acres w/shop $400,000. 1985 house on 22.5 acres $799,000. 15.9 acres $400,000. Water and services. 250-838-7660.
Apt/Condos for Sale 2BDRMS, 2bath, 928sq.ft 6-appl, 2 u/g prkg $227,000. 250-328-9443 Penticton
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vaporizer, $7, antique phone table, $100, Chinese low table, $20, oval hight table, blone, $20, computerized treadmill, $150, (250)492-6743
2BDRM rancher in Oliver’s Tuc El Nuit area, near school & stores. Fully renovated, recent new roof, plumbing & 200amp electrical, lg private lot. More info call 250-4888035 5BDRM house w/basement, 3 full bath, 2850 Paris St., close to school/shopping, gas fp, central air, central vac, 250460-2703, 250-493-7190 88’ waterfront Cottage, close to Vernon, private, sleeps 6, (250)542-7785, 250-558-9573 SUMMERLAND deluxe 2bdrm townhouse 3bth, dbl garage, decks $449,900 250-494-4193
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Apt/Condos for Sale
Onan 12000 propane Genset, 124 hrs. $4,000.New Splendide RV washer/dryer combination. $600. 250-308-9368. TEXAN hot tub w/ozo motor 320gallon, used 2 years $2000obo 250-492-8176 Thermos Grill to Go BBQ $50 portable 250-487-2344
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$600 Near library, 1 bdrm bsmt suite, f, s, coin op laundry. Avail. June 15 (H542-3) $650 1 bdrm at Alexandra building, 6 month lease. Avail. Now (EFR)
Summerland Rodeo Grounds June 5th and 6th, start time 8am sharp both days. Judge Sheila Neumann.
$650 1 bdrm new paint, f, s, balcony, Free Laundry, Cable Included. Avail. June 15 (ITA 301)
• BC Heritage Final Qualiﬁer • APHA Paint Alternative Competition Credits • Trophies for First Place in EVERY Class, Rosettes to 6th Place
$1300 Top ﬂr downtown, newer 2 bdrm, 2 bath condo with upgrades, 6 appl. Avail. Now (OT419)
Go online to www.soha-online.com for entry forms, or stop by Nickers Saddlery or Horses Rock. Entries close Thursday June 3rd. Please note that there are no post entries.
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$1000 1 bdrm with green space in Verana, 1.5 bath, sec’d. parking, extra storage. Avail. June 1 (A387 Prospective tenants must complete an application form at:
280 MAIN STREET, PENTICTON, B.C. V2A 5B2 PHONE: 250-493-4372 - www.rentalspenticton.com Only qualiﬁed applicants will be contacted.
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Houses For Sale
Lots EXCEPTIONAL LAKEVIEW Lots from $160,000. Also; 1 panoramic 3 acre parcel. Owner ﬁnancing. 250-307-2558 www.orlandoprojects.com NW Arizona, 10acres. $15k, Pines, Gr. Investment, Pics@ www.chaparralazranch.com 1-928-853-2322 Sunny RV lot for sale, near Keremeos, Reasonable, phone 250-462-9064
Mobile Homes & Parks 14x66 moduline, 3bdrm with add-ons & updates, 55+, pet friendly, $75,000. (250)5457633, 250-306-7633
Mortgages BANK ON US! Mortgages for purchases, renos, debt consolidation, foreclosure. Bank rates. Many alternative lending programs.Let Dave Fitzpatrick, your Mortgage Warrior, simplify the process!1-888-711-8818 email@example.com
Townhouses 3BDRM 1.5 bath, near Skaha School, beach, Walmart, low strata, cats ok, only $209,900 250-486-6339
Apt/Condo for Rent 1 & 2 bdrm apts, over 45 bldg, must have references, $750$850. 250-487-1136 2BDRM, 1-1/2bath, 3yr old Exec. condo 1100 sq. ft. on 2 levels. 6 Appls, central air/heat. Covered prkg, ns np $1200 plus util. Ref. central Pent., avail. July 1st. 250-496-5465 Bachelor suite at Orchard House, DT, corner of Orchard & Martin, util included $650/mo. Call Dennis @ Realty Executives 250-493-4372 DOWNTOWN Summerland 1 BDRM apt $660/mth incl water sewer & shared laundry, newly painted. NP, NS Available May 15. Call 778-516-5535 to view.
Commercial/ Industrial 800sq.ft and 1200sqft., Industrial area front bay, good exposure, 250-809-0728, 250-4928324
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EXPLORE in style! 2010 towables & motorhomes for rent from just $582/wk! Call Kelowna Truck & RV today @ 250-769-1000.
1300-2800sqft warehouse/ofﬁce, complete with fenced compound, centrally located, Penticton industrial area, (250)490-9016 476 Rene Ave. suite 101, 3 ofﬁces, each with front reception, $885 (water incl.), suite 102, 2bdrm+ ofﬁce, $985+ heat, 778-476-1968, 604-8700576 APPLE Plaza 770sq.ft, suited for food related retail business. Call Barbara 250-492-6319 Commercial/whse/ofﬁce spaces, 1000/3000sqft, avail on Government St., Penticton, BC. Call 250-493-9227 Penticton, for rent or lease, 1/4 acre fenced commercial lot, CMA zoning with 40’ container industrial court area, $700+ GST, (250)490-7290 Penticton Industrial area, 2820sqft building, ofﬁces and raised dock warehouse, fenced compound, prime location, on busy street, toll free 1866-866-9662 Shop for rent in Vernon 1250 sqft. Roll up door, gas heat Comes with or without paint booth. Lots of parking $900/mo util. 250-549-4500
Rooms for Rent Room 4 rent $475 + 1/3 util. Call 250-492-7560, avail May 31st
Shared Accommodation 1 ROOM avail, $475/mo, private-bath ,pool, n/p, n/s, prefer working, 250-809-2697 Private bdrm semi-pri bth, quiet person, $500, everything incl.,250-492-2543 ROOMMATE wanted $400/mth all exclusive, clean & quiet 250-493-5641 ROOMMATE wanted $400/mth all exclusive, clean & quiet 250-493-5641
Cars - Domestic 1977 Corvette, Teal, T-roof, 4spd., ex. mech., ex. body, $9500. aft. 5pm. 763-8648
3BDRM, n/s, n/p, $675/mo + 1/2 util, free sat/int. Priv-ent & laundry, furnishings avail. Osoyoos, ref’s 250-485-8690
Cottages / Cabins
1957 Ford Mercury Custom 300, 2dr, good cond., 312 motor, stnd trans., painted 3yrs ago, sacriﬁce $10,000 (250)499-2499
Auto Accessories/Parts 2 TIRES, 205/75/R15 Michelin on Jeep wheels new $200 obo. 1-235/75/R15 Tigerpaw on Chev rims, new $100 250493-1397
Duplex / 4 Plex 4bdrm 1/2 duplex, newly reno’d, cul de sac, all appl. 2bath, jacuzzi tub, school mins. away, $1300, avail. June 1st (250)809-4254 OK Falls 2bdrm upper unit, avail July 1st. Suit quiet mature person $800+util, pets neg 250-494-4125 OSOYOOS 2 bed, 2 bath, 1200 sq/ft. upper unit with 5 appl, gas fp, garage with lakeview $850. Also 2 bed, 2 bath 1200 sq/ft lower unit with 5 appl. and lots of parking $750. Refs req. 50+, NS, NP Close to the beach & golf. 498-5537
Homes for Rent 3bdrm rancher in Ok Falls, airtight wood stove, large fenced lot, large garage, plenty of parking for RV, large covered deck, close to beach, shopping and school, pet upon approval, $1275+util. (250)4932525 CAWSTON - 3 bdrm + Den (Comp. room), Elec. + wood heat, $800 + util. Ref. req., 250-499-0682
SINGLA HOMES 298/296 Maple St. townhouse Penticton. 3-4 bdrm, 2.5 bath, f/s, w/d, w/basement, garage, 24hr security on site, cable hook-up and 1st month free cable, Rent starts at $1200. 151-1458 Penticton Ave. 250490-1700, 250-488-6875, 998 Creston, 250-492-7570
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Bachelors and 1 bdrm’s: Dwntwn f/s, a/c, pkg, secure bldg. incl. util. & cable.............$625.00-$675.00 per mo. Feb 15: Waterford; 3 bdrm, 1 1/2 bath townhouse, F/S, D/W, W/D hook-ups, pkg, fenced yrd. .$ 9 7 5 incl. water Skaha Pl.: 1 bdrm, 1 bath, F/S, A/C, Secure building w/ storage and pkg. $700.00 incl. water
OK Falls: 1 bdrm house, w/ detached guest room, F/S, W/D, 1 bath, garage & lrg fenced yard w/ deck. ....$900.00 +utilities. June 1 Pent. Ave. 2 bdrm, 1 bath, newly updated facing Penticton Creek. F/S, D/W, A/C, carport parking, w/ storage....................$750.00 incl. water. Property Management
Peaceful creekside location... location, location!
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Large spacious double wide 1440sq.ft. kitchen, w/large bright eating area. 3 bdrms, 2 baths, living room. Dining room, master bdrm w/ensuite 24x11’8”. Central heat, A/C, exterior unit totally sound proof. Total reno inside & out, since 2004 w/new roof, decks front & back, opens onto a walk way & creek. This home is on a dead end street, a very peaceful setting in a seniors park.
Call Barbara 250-497-5577 for viewing appointment
1979 450 SLC Mercedes Benz 2dr, collector ready, must sell. 250-490-9113 1991 GMC Tracker, auto, $1500, 1984 VW Rabbit Convertable, 5spd, $750, (250)328-0469 1993 Honda, power everything, $1500obo, (250)4926743 1994 Buick Century, 4dr, auto, V6, 165k’s, loaded, runs great, $1000, Dan 250-486-5390 1998 Toyota Corolla, nice clean car, 250-499-5149, 250499-4066 2001 Chrysler Sebring, red, 4dr, AT, A/C, 78K, mint cond. $6800 obo. (250)542-4511 2001 Olds Alero, new brakes & tires, well maintained, $3000 OBO 250-307-4379 2001 PONTIAC Sunﬁre 4 Dr Sedan, 59,000kms, VG cond. Auto, CD, Cruise, Pwr dr locks, Silver $4700. 492-4382 2004 Ford Focus ZX5 white 4dr, auto, a/c, pwr wind/drs, htd seats, cd, am/fm 4cyl, fac mags, exc cond $3500. Call Dan 250-486-5390
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Cars - Domestic
1991 Mercedes Benz 300E 2.6L, blue, 4dr, 161,000k, in excellent cond. asking $5000. Call Jerry 250-542-4440
2005 Dodge SX2.0
1983 Volvo 242 GLT, 2dr, stnd transmission, fuel injected, 419kms, $2500 call Tom Peart for details 250-493-2689
1997 Crysler Sebring JXI convertible. 154k. $5000. Call 250-765-8736 2000 Jaguar XJ8 vanden plas, top of the line, outstanding cond. never seen winter, desert sand/tan int. 100,000 hwy miles, you will love the ride. $10,000. (250)546-9405 2000 Mercedes 230 SLK, 140,000 kms, excl cond., ask $16,000 obo. 250-469-4056 2004 VW Passat Wagon, 5spd, great cond/drive/gas mileage, roof rack, grey ext & black cloth int, 125,000kms, $11,499. 250-558-5045 MERCEDES Benz 1990 SL500, 5L eng., auto, hd.top/softop, full load, 119ks., sm. grey, $18,500. 862-7701
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Auto, CD, A/C in excellent condition with only 60,000 kms.
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looking for mature, responsible non-smoking single person or couple to rent quiet 2bdrm country cottage, 10min west of Penticton, ref req., avail. ﬁrst week of June, $600+util. 250492-2512 Olalla, 1bdrm cottage, 4appl., peaceful setting, ns, np, ref. req. $600 (incl. util.), avail. July 1, (250)499-5160
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For Sale By Owner $84,999: 1152 sq ft 3 bd, 1.5 bath in Sun Leisure Estates. 2 yr old roof, 1 yr new w/d/f/s, hood fan. Main bath fully updated, both baths have new toilets, new ﬂooring & electrical thruout. Ryan@ 250-4879992 to schedule showing. pics http://alturl.com/jern OPEN HOUSE on May 22 & May 29 from 11am-4pm Bargain priced reduced to $189,900 renovated 3bdrm townhouse. Located at 3004 South Main #129. Quick possesion, serious enquires, to view, will ﬁnance, (250)4939229, 250-462-4133 Fantastic view of City of Penticton & lakes, 4900sqft rancher, custom built in 2005 on 1.03 acre, large shop, $1,499,000, (250)493-0358, on line, comfree.com, #1272 INVESTORS! FULL DUPLEX! $285,000, spacious, well-built sxs duplex, features 3bdrms, 2bath, garage each side, income is $2100/mo. located on nice corner lot in busy Prince George, TURNKEY, time limited offering, view online at: www.buy-this-house.ca, call 250-490-8888, Penticton
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Cars - Sports & Imports 2007 Toyota Yaris, 4dr sedan, auto, pw, pl, air, $10,975, 2008 Toyota Yaris, 2dr, H/B, 5spd, air, pw, pl, $9,975, 2005 Toyota Matrix TRD, 5spd, air, $10,975 Government Inspected Rebuilt Vehicles, Lego Auto Sales Vernon #9462 (250)2604415
Motorcycles 1984 FLHT Harley Davidson Touring, 1 owner, low mileage, been in storage, ridden very little last 20 years, Collector plates, priced right, $9800, 250-493-5909 2004 Honda CRF 150 $1900 250-493-7218 $AVE E-SCOOTER $ALE *Brand New* E-Scooters $779 Kids Dirtbike/ATV Start@$299 Adult@$1499 Buggy,UTV,etc www.KDMSports.com 1-866-203-0906/250-863-1123 FREE WHEELINâ€™ EXCITEMENT. Learn to repair street, off-road and dualsport bikes. Hands-on training. On-campus residences. Great instructors.Challenge 1st year apprenticeship exam. 1-888-9997882; THE ONE! THE ONLY! Authorized Harley-Davidson Technician program in Canada.GPRC Fairview, Alberta. On-campus residences. 15-week program. Top quality instruction, up-to-the minute curriculum, hands-on training. 1 - 8 8 8 - 9 9 9 - 7 8 8 2 ; www.gprc.ab.ca/fairview.
Off Road Vehicles 2007 Polaris 525 outlaw quad, needs repairs, engine good, $2500obo, 250-487-8765 2008 Honda TRX 450 ER ATV, $6500obo, (250)4043222
Recreational/Sale 1991 Dodge camper van, 145kms, auto propane, bath shower, 3-way fridge, micro, a/c $10,900 250-493-7298 1995 31â€™ Triple E MH, clean, runs gas & propane. First $20,000 takes it 250-558-3487
Trucks & Vans
2006 Ford 450, diesel, 16â€™ cube van, 81,000, alarm . Exc cond. $21,500.250-545-4448. 2006 TOYOTA 4Runner, Sport Edition, Silver, V6, 131k mostly hwy, one owner, no accidents or damage, all records, new Michelin tires, new in BC, $21000 obo. Bill at 778-772-4834 2007 Toyota Tacoma, 4dr, access cab, 6spd, air, $16,975 Government Inspected Rebuilt Vehicle Lego Auto Sales Vernon, #9462 (250)260-4415
1993 230 Sea Ray Sundancer, express cruiser, tandem trailer, 480hrs on 5L merc cruiser, sleeps 4, extremely well-maintained and clean, all records, $22,500obo, (250)276-6213
1ST Class Mystique Escorts. Gorgeous Ladies & Men of all ages to suit every need. 24/7 out calls. Quick arrival time reasonable rates. 860-6778 (Kelowna), (250) 558-5500 (Vernon). NOW HIRING. www.mystiqueescorts.ca
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1998 Sportsman 23â€™ 5th wheel, exc cond. Hot water heater, F/S, stove runs on propane/elec., lots of storage, queen bed, shower, sleeps 6, awning, 5th whl. hitch inc. Asking $10,000. Must sell. 250494-1396 2003 Fleetwood Bounder MH 35E WH chassis, ONLY 33kms, 2-slides, 8.1L solar, generator, loaded, ready to roll call 250-462-9064 2004 Big Foot Travel Trailer, 17.5ft, total self-contained, ďŹ breglass body, sleeps 4 adults, pulled by small truck, new condition inside/out, must sell, $10,500, (250)493-4909 2006 Class A MH, 37ft Commander, Allison trans, 3-slides, extended warranty, 5700kms $98,500 250-494-9683 2006 Sunseeker by Forest River LE series M-3100SS, loaded w/solar panel, tow bar, low k, $48,000. 250-308-4747 2007 Class C motorhome Snowbird 23ft deluxe, almost new, spacious interior w/2 slide-outs, sofa changes to qu sz bed, GM vortec 408 engine, 43,000kms, portable Honda generator new, no GST $51,900. John 250-492-3650 or Christine 250-492-6443 2008 34â€™â€™ Bighorn 5th wh. trailer, w/3 slides, king bed, f/p w/elect. heater, laundry rm. w/wd, country shower, Corian counters, tbl. & chairs, heated bsmnt. immaculate used once. $42,500.obo. 250-491-3113 2009 Pioneer Spirit, 18CK, exc/cond, sleeps 6, 1/2ton towable, lots of extra options, c/w 3,000wat gen, $15,900 (250)546-0533 Boler 13ft, 1974 fridge & stove, very good cond $4300obo 250-833-8287 DIFFERENCE BETWEEN Men and Boys? Men ďŹ x their toys! Become an Outdoor Power Equipment Technician. Work on watercraft, ATVâ€™s, snowmobiles, etc. Credit towards apprenticeship. GPRC Fairview College Campus. 18 8 8 - 9 9 9 - 7 8 8 2 ; www.gprc.ab.ca/fairview. old Vanguard 8ft camper, stove, furnace, sink, jacks, sleeps 4, ďŹ rst $750 takes, pictures at www.stayplay.ca, (250)488-4949
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Sport Utility Vehicle 2002 Chevy Suburban Z71 w/tow package,a/c, leather & movie player. $13,900. obo. 250-542-5032. 2002 FORD ESCAPE XLT 4x4, V6, 154km, pw, ps, alarmed, child safety locks, keyless entry, 6 cd player, red, $8100 call 250-499-7198
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