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BRIEFLY Scorching effort from firefighters
BY CATHY ASPLIN
Finn tickets on
Climbing 47 flights of stairs in
sale tomorrow full firefighting kit sounds like
torture for most people - but fire-
Tickets to the much fighters are a tough breed and the
anticipated Finn Brothers Play numbers entering the Firefighter
Gracelands concert go on sale Sky Tower Challenge keeps
tomorrow from 9am from increasing every year.
www.ticketdirect.co.nz or from A team of nine from Te Awa-
Te Awamutu i-SITE Visitor mutu (and two of their partners in
Centre. running gear) were amongst the 230
The Backstage Pass charity firefighters who took on the fund-
raising event in Auckland this
event is on Friday, July 25 at
the Te Awamutu College Hall The team raised around $2000
and all proceeds will be for the Leukaemia and Blood Foun-
donated to the Gracelands dation and they were rewarded
service centre building project. with two medals for their gutbust-
Coming to the fundraising ing efforts.
party are Te Awamutu College, Dave Shaw, Glenn Anderson
Scott Sound and Lighting, and Corey Neilson collected a sil-
Rosetown Print and Te ver medal for the relay (an event
Awamutu Courier. which replaced the 10,000 step
They climbed three flights of
stairs at a time and passed over
Pipe bands at hoses - much like a baton in a
normal relay - finishing in a time of
Albert Park 10:59, just 12 seconds behind the
winning team from Eastern Beach.
Fans of pipe band music are The bronze medal was achieved
for their cumulative team time of
invited to take in a ‘mini contest’
36:56, finishing behind Manukau
at Albert Park this Saturday. (35:12) and Auckland Airport Emer-
Te Awamutu and Districts gency services (36:21).
Highland Pipe band will be TOUGH EVENT
hosting up to six other bands, FOR FIRST TIMER
from as far afield as Auckland. Firefighter Laurence Potter
The event will run from attempted the feat for the first time
11.30am for three/four hours this year after being with the Te TC150508SP04 TC150508SP05
and there is no charge for Awamutu Volunteer Fire Brigade FIREFIGHTER Corey Neilson heads into the Sky FIREFIGHTER Danny Smith crosses the finish line
admission. Te Awamutu Sports for nine years. Tower as a part of the Silver medal winning relay after a gutbusting climb of 1029 steps up Auck-
will be selling food and He was talked into entering the team. land’s Sky Tower
refreshments. fundraiser by his fellow firefight-
For more details contact ers, but admits he wasn’t as pre- body starts screaming and it was ‘‘I was considering not complet- and it was a great feeling to walk
Trevor Law at 07 823 6776. pared as he should have been. pretty obvious at that stage that I ing the climb actually, but the fact out at the top.
‘‘I didn’t really do much training certainly wasn’t fit enough. that it was a fundraiser spurred me ‘‘Although it was a physically
this year and hoped my natural ‘‘The 14th -20th floors were a real on to finish. shattering experience I will cer-
fitness would be enough. slog and I sat down at that stage for ‘‘Once I got going again I got into tainly be doing it again next year - I
Brain in focus ‘‘But after the first 10 floors your a few minutes. ‘the zone’ on about the 30th floor plan to start training next month!’’
‘Grey Matter’ will definitely
be in the spotlight at Te
Education Group’s meeting
Wananga steering own ‘waka’ again
Dr Jon Simcock,
Education Minister impressed with Te Wananga o Aotearoa
Medical Adviser, will speak on A $4 Million surplus in 2007 was 2005, due to serious concerns by Wananga’s finances would come ‘disengage’. We’re in good shape
the latest progress in part of the performance turn- the Crown over how the to an end next month. and ready to address the future
understanding neurological around by Te Wananga o Aotearoa wananga’s finances were being Wananga chairman, Richard with confidence,’’ he says.
disorders and neurological that will see Crown manager, managed. Full financial delegation Batley says the Minister was Mr Batley says he believes that
investigation techniques, Brian Roche pack his bags next was returned to the organisation impressed by the Wananga’s pro- it is likely Mr Roche will be
particularly magnetic imaging month. late last year. gress, including last year’s attending his last Wananga coun-
(MRI). Details of the meeting Education Minister, Pete Mr Hodgson described the healthy surplus. cil meeting in June.
are advertised in today’s Hodgson confirmed this on his Wananga’s turnaround under new ‘‘We’ve come a long way and he Mr Hodgson, who also visited
Courier and all interested are visit to tertiary education pro- leadership as ‘‘rising like a is very happy with the progress Waikato University and Wintec,
welcome to attend. viders in the region last week. phoenix from the ashes’’. we’ve made,’’ Mr Batley says. said Waikato should be proud of
Mr Roche was put in charge of He confirmed that the Crown ‘‘We’re in a position to look its tertiary education provision,
the Wananga’s finances in March manager’s time overseeing the after ourselves and it’s time to which was of a very high quality.
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High flyer overcame many ‘clouds’
BY GRANT JOHNSTON and flog it off out the back door for The sheepskin business was at
a decent profit.’’ times profitable, but supply issues
The just released biography of The business grew steadily, in eventually scuppered it too. But
Richard Izard ‘Stress and Enter- part due to Izard’s ability to ‘work rather than give up, Izard simply
prise’ contains many references to the regulations’ relating to restric- looked for something else to sink
Te Awamutu. tions around purchase of new cars his teeth into.
These days a highly successful (designed to stop the Balance of He returned to New Zealand in
investor, who has featured on the Payments deficit ballooning). 1980 and with a combination of
NBR ‘Rich List’, Izard began his In 1970 he bought out Ash Goile, pig-headedness, ebullient charm,
business career as the co-owner of changing the business name to hard work, an eye for the main
a car dealership in Te Awamutu in Izard Motors Ltd. Known for his chance, luck and infusions of
1964 at the age of 30. flamboyance and free spending, a family help at crucial times, he
He and Ash Goile, another year later Izard bought a plane for developed a successful export
young man who was already trad- the business - a used Cessna 150, manufacturing business in the
ing successfully in Otorohanga, which assisted with what was small Northland town of Wells-
formed Goile and Izard Ltd, which becoming a lucrative parts busi- ford.
operated the local Standard- ness. He sold tungsten carbide tipped
Triumph dealership. The company already owned a saw blades to the world and,
Izard recalls: ‘‘I don’t like part- 19-foot, wooden Plylite lapsrake against the odds, captured a sig-
nerships and was forced into it; boat, which Izard had his work- nificant slice of the valuable
but it went quite well at first. We shop staff put a Triumph Herald American home handyman mar-
bought about 20 used cars and engine on and he raced it when- ket. Even at his peak, however, he
started trading. I went out and ever possible. was only one step ahead of the
canvassed every farmer in the In 1973 he and his wife Patience banks. After exiting the business
district personally, arriving at the bought a ‘51-acre farmlet’ on the at the right time in the early 1990s
cowshed ‘cold turkey’. I told them corner of Flat Road and Golf Road, Izard has gone on to become a
who I was and why I was selling and installed an airfield - ‘They fly significant New Zealand investor.
cars. It seemed like a waste of up to their own front door’ ran the More recently he has been
time, but after a couple of years it headline in the Courier. involved with Alpha Aviation in
started to pay dividends, and we But there was ‘turbulence’ Hamilton.
became reasonably big.’’ ahead. In business he generated much
In 1965 the partners bought a A decline in market share for stress as he made mistakes,
site on the corner of Cambridge British cars and loss of competi- chewed through business part-
and Te Rahu Roads and built a tive pricing compared to cars from ners, exasperated countless bank
modern showroom and workshop, Japan, Europe and Australia hit managers and strained some
with BP putting up much of the the car sales side of the business. friendships. There were long
capital in return for them serving By mid 1971/72 the car market periods of drift, depression and
BP petrol and guaranteeing to was near to free supply and there desperation. Izard’s story is not
open for 365 days a year. were large stocks of new vehicles, perate entrepreneurial ventures failed too due to fickle markets one of copybook success - but of
‘‘Car dealing was a grubby driving down the value of stock on in search of the magic formula and bad debts. Izard left Te Awa- success in spite of setbacks.
business, however,’’ writes Paul Izard’s yard. that would both find an outlet for mutu at this point, heading for He was fortunate to have in
Goldsmith in the biography. It was a stressful time that was his energy and ambitions and America to sell sheepskins. Patience a supportive and practi-
Allocated 12 new cars a year taking its toll on his health and he generate the income he required’’. There would have been many cal wife throughout. And when
from Northern Automobiles, with was a self-confessed ‘bundle of There were ventures into fibre- in town who thought he was off on high spirits seized Richard Izard,
a margin of just 42 pounds per car, nerves’. glass dinghies and outdoor furni- another doomed venture - but not he was unstoppable. More recently
cutting a profit was tough. He sold Izard Motors to sales- ture and another partnership, people like his lawyer Bevan Kay, he has been involved with Alpha
‘‘The only way to pick up a buck man Les Dobbs in July 1974. with a Waihi manufacturer of who became a friend and sup- Aviation in Hamilton.
was to screw the customer on the ‘‘If I’d really stuck with it, metal women’s hair ornaments - porter, and Ken Castleton, who he Paul Goldsmith is an Auckland
trade-in,’’ Izard says. saved hard and seen myself which went into receivership in lived next door to in Flat Road and biographer and historian. Previ-
‘‘If they wanted a new car, they through the 1970s dip, I’d now be a 1976. flew planes with - and certainly ous biographical subjects include
needed to offer a trade-in, and retired motor dealer in Te Awa- With little else going his way not his aptly named and loyal wife Don Brash, John Banks, the Maori
instead of giving them the 500 mutu on the pension,’’ he says. Izard concentrated his efforts on Patience, who even did some com- chief Te Hemara Tauhia and (with
pounds, say, that the car was The following years involved his farmlet, breeding Simmental mercial flying in the States to help Michael Bassett) the Myers fam-
worth, you’d give them 350 pounds ‘‘constant and increasingly des- cattle - but ultimately that venture with finances. ily.
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people - and they’ve had Te Awamutu Police have dealt with the
to be in recent weeks as following matters since last week:
the switch to a new com- Monday, May 5:
puter system has seen Kihikihi Road resident reports being
the weekly weather indecently assaulted and having her wallet
table ‘floating in cyber and cash stolen by a man who has talked his
space’. way into her home. Offender is described as a
A potential new male Maori, aged about 25 with a full beard
avenue for publishing but no moustache. He was driving an older
the weather table is model white car.
being investigated. Tuesday, May 6:
Parawera topped the Man arrested for breaching bail.
rainfall count over the Wednesday, May 7:
past week with 40mm, Arrests: Man for drug related offences.
followed by Pukeatua on Man for possession of cannabis and utensils
33, Kihikihi on 31, Te for consuming methamphetamine.
Awamutu on 28, Pokuru Theft of a BMX bike from Te Awamutu
22, Arohena 20 and Intermediate School reported.
Ngahinapouri and Wallace Terrace resident reports a person
Pirongia on 18. peeping into the bathroom.
Highest temperature Thursday, May 8:
was the 20 degrees Arrests: Man for breaching bail. Man for
recorded at Kihikihi - failing to appear in court. Man for failing to
lowest was minus one at appear in court. Man for possession of
Kihikihi and Parawera. cannabis for supply and possession of Class A
Theft of petrol from Shell Alexandra
reported. Female driver left without paying.
Theft of wallet and speakers from vehicle
parked in Tawhiao Street reported. Theft of
wallet from vehicle parked at Otawhao Marae
Intentional damage to car parked in
Mahoe Street carpark reported.
Friday, May 9:
Arrests: Man for disorderly behaviour.
Man for warrant to appear in court, two
charges of car theft and six charges of fraud.
Man for breaching bail.
Saturday, May 10:
Arrests: Man for intentionally damaging a
vehicle. Man for EBA. Man for disorderly
Theft of a Toyota Altezza (DJS305) from
McFall Road reported.
Burglary of Goodfellow Street residence
reported. Bike, leather clothing, cellphone,
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Abstract exhibition opens 1992 Nissan Navara
BY CATHY ASPLIN
‘Materialisation - making the
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Lynne Stone’s exhibition at Gal-
Mrs Stone previously taught
art classes at Te Awamutu Col-
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again herself, graduating from
Wintec with a Bachelor of Media
Her 22 pieces in this show
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There is an old Dutch poem OF THE BORDER! ONE HUN- country, any less human us, where they lie, side by side, From page 7.
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them Hans and Sigmund, lived senseless tragedy of war. What I am saying, is that who sent their sons from far fulfilling and healthy life.
on the border between two People who have absolutely they also deserve to be remem- away countries, Wipe away Every year, the 37 trusts each need to raise
countries.On opposite sides, nothing against each other, bered. your tears. Your sons are now around $100,000 to operate their mobile classroom
but right next door to each killing each other, only Hear the words of in our bosom and are at peace. — sponsorship and community support are vital,
other. They played together, because they wear a different Mustapha Kemal Ataturk, After having lost their lives on as Life Education trusts receive no government
went to school together, grew uniform. commander of the Turkish this land, they have become assistance.
up and went out together, ANZAC day is now behind forces at Gallipoli, later Presi- our sons as well.’’ Mr Carey says the Life Education annual
courted each other’s sisters ... us, and it is good to remember dent of Turkey: Without belittling what our conference is an important opportunity to network
Then war broke out, and those that died for this ‘‘Those Heroes, who shed soldiers did, if the Turks can with other trust chairs and trustees, sharing what
they joined their respective country. their blood, and lost their honour the soldiers of an works and learning about upcoming challenges.
armies.And when they con- But, there is something else lives, you are now lying in the invading army, and for what- ‘‘Key nationwide challenges this year aim to
fronted each other, Hans and that must be remembered also. soil of a friendly nation. ever reason, the ANZACs ensure that no child is left behind that resources
Sigmund shot each other, Most soldiers, before they DIE, Therefore, rest in peace. There were, can we do less? and mobile classrooms are available to every child
dead. Why? BECAUSE THEY also KILL! And is the enemy is NO difference between the LEST WE FORGET! in New Zealand,’’ Mr Carey says.
LIVED ON OPPOSITE SIDES soldier, who fought for HIS Johnnies and the Mehmets, to C J GROENESTEIN At the moment, Auckland is a top priority for
LET over the next five years because 33% of New
Zealand’s schoolchildren go to school in the
Auckland area and rolls are growing.
‘‘We will need to ensure more mobile class-
MREINZ rooms are set up to cope with this growth. Well also
need to focus on partnering with experts in
research and information, listening to schools for
feedback and tailoring LETs programmes and
resources to ensure continuous improvement.’’
Mr Carey adds that Waipa/King Country Life
R E A L E S T AT E L T D Education Trusts success is just one example of
how effective Life Educations programmes can be.
In a recent LET nationwide survey of schools
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taking part in the programmes, 91% of respondents
said they were totally satisfied with the service.
The number one asset noted across the board
was children’s love of Harold who visually
represents the concept of walking tall.
The next task on Waipa/King Country Life
Education Trusts list is a recruitment drive to sign
up trustees from the Northern King Country.
‘‘We have team members from Cambridge and
Te Awamutu but we’ve struggled in the past to get
31 Turere Lane, Te Kuiti and Otorohanga trustees on board,’’ says
781/1 Pakura St, 1941 Alexandra St,
Te Awamutu 2 1 2 4 1 1 3 1 2 Mr Carey.
Te Awamutu Te Awamutu
To this end, the WKC Life Education Trust
• Close to shop and park • 4 brms, lounge, • 120m² weatherboard team, along with guest speaker Detective Sergeant
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10 TE AWAMUTU COURIER, THURSDAY, MAY 15, 2008
115 Market Street
Ph: 07 871 3077
The Barn Company is very pleased to announce that Gary and
Trina White have purchased the Waikato Franchise.
The Barn Company is a new company franchising throughout New Zealand in
conjunction with one of New Zealand’s leading steel fabricators. The Barn Company
brings to the market a totally unique portal structure system. This system is patented
and proudly New Zealand owned and manufactured. As a result of this innovation The
Barn Company customer will benefit from an enhanced performance ranging from
cost effectiveness, simplicity of construction and a very strong building integrity.
The Barn Company offers a full range of traditional designs and in conjunction with
it’s design team, also offers their customers a fully customised service to ensure that
they are able to design a building that meets all their needs.
As The Barn Company Waikato Franchisees, Gary and Trina bring significant business
experience to The Barn Company coupled with a great love of the Waikato region.
As part of their infrastructure Gary and Trina have significant support from The Barn
Company parent company and full design and engineering resources available for
all their customers. With Trina’s accounting background and Gary’s contracting
experience The Barn Company believes they will be able to provide their customers with
exceptional service through all aspects of the design, building and finishing process.
Gary says “that as a result of the unique portal design, the comprehensive
costing and design platform we have we are able to customise any building
for our customers and ensure the pricing is cost effective and competitive
without anyway impacting on the very high quality of the buildings”.
“When we first looked into this opportunity we where hugely impressed with
the strong emphasis on looking after our customers and the quality of the
product. We are excited to offer an exceptional, barn, shed, or garage product
to our Waikato customers at a very competitive price with a totally unique
construction system” Trina says.
Gary and Trina have secured offices in 115 Market Street and have taken an innovative
approach in showcasing the bracketless portal system by constructing a barn within these
premises. The office is an ideal opportunity for the customers to look, feel and touch this
unique construction system and truly appreciate the versatility that it can provide them.
As Trina said “the new offices needed to be partitioned anyway and we
thought this was a brilliant way to show what the barn company has to offer.”
Gary and Trina would like to welcome anyone who is considering constructing a building
from a garage through to a cow shed to take the opportunity to come into their offices from
the opening date which is Friday the 16th of May. Following the launch on Friday opening
hours over the weekend will be: Saturday – 9am to 3pm & Sunday – 9am to 3pm
Gary and Trina are delighted
to announce that as part of
their opening celebration for
the Waikato community they
have a SPECIAL DEAL for
all barns, sheds, buildings
they contract to construct
for the next month any
3M X 3M GARAGE DOORS
in those buildings will be
FREE OF CHARGE!
(Discuss conditions with Gary)
TE AWAMUTU COURIER, THURSDAY, MAY 15, 2008 11
Ton up for Taati
BY COLIN THORSEN
Taati Heke has been
one of Te Awamutu
Sports Rugby Club’s
quiet achievers yet
among their most feared
The club made a
special presentation to
the ‘tough as teak’
backrower after he
played his ‘100th’ game
for the Senior A team
against Te Rapa at
Albert Park on Satur-
Heke becomes the
ninth player to reach the
milestone, following in
the footsteps of Mark
Stewart (1991-97), Regan PAUL SHIPPER PHOTO
Berryman (1991-97), TAATI HEKE receives his 100-game Te Awamutu
Shaun Higginson Sports’ jersey.
(1998-2004), Mark San-
ders (1999-2005), Heath Te Awamutu. coached by Joe Tapu,
Barclay (1995-99, That effectively ruled against Taupiri.
2004-06), Artemus him out of three months’ Heke was the back-
Mudaliar (1994-2006), play each season from bone of Neil Perrett’s Te
Steve Scott (2001-06) and 1995 to 1997. Awamutu Sub Union
Anthony Crowley There have been Peace Cup team’s loose
(2001-07). numerous highlights in forward trio that won
Had it not been for his long career playing the coveted trophy two
work commitments, a in Waikato premier successive years in the
three year stint coach- competition - rated for late 1990s.
ing the Senior B’s and many years as the ‘‘He was a good
more than his share of toughest in the country. honest player, you could
injuries, Heke would Heke says the two always rely on Taati
have brought up the standouts were beating coming to training,’’
magical ton a long time Hautapu in Cambridge, says Perrett.
ago. followed by victory over Heke says the time is
He made his Senior A Fraser Tech a week later now appropriate to hang
debut in 1995 under in 2001 when the side up his boots.
coach Barry Fletcher. was coached by Jim ‘‘The body is falling
‘‘He was such a Kirkham. to pieces and I want to
dependable player. He ‘‘We had both Deon spend more time with
would just get on and do Muir and Bruce Reihana my wife Allison, daugh-
his job, you could always playing those games.’’ ter Tayla (6) and son
rely on him,’’recalls His most memorable Taine (six months).
Fletcher. personal achievement Heke is presently
His play for the first was taking out the studying for a masters in
three years, however, player of the day exercise science, work-
was restricted by having ‘double’ the day he ing with New Zealand
to travel to Massey Uni- played a full game for Weightlifting as part of
versity, studying for a the Senior B’s, then his research, and hoping
dairy diploma while played a further 75 to assist elite athletes in
working for the NZDC in minutes for the A’s, the near future.
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TE AWAMUTU COURIER, THURSDAY, MAY 15, 2008 13
First Demo Derby deadheat
BY COLIN THORSEN tion derby.
He had said ‘no’
A huge crowd got their when his boss Ross
money’s worth watch- Cresswell, who drives
ing one of the biggest saloon car 77K, initially
ever fields of demoli- asked him to drive one
tion derby cars smash of his derby cars this
themselves into obliv- year.
ion at McDonald’s Kihi- ‘‘I’m st ok ed I
kihi Speedway. changed my mind and
For the first time in entered now,’’ said
30 years, Sunday’s Martin.
derby ended in a thrill- ‘‘Ross has prepared
ing deadheat when the 10 cars for demolition
last two of the 50 cars derbies, in all, and this
entered petered out at is his best ever plac-
the same time. ing.’’
Honours were His previous best
shared by Hayden placing was third out of
Barnett (19) in his Bike 75 cars in the first LARGE 5 BEDROOM VILLA OR 4
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FAST COMMUTING TO
Third place and first
woman went to 18-year-
next Tuesday’s issue. and Hayden Barnett celebrate their success.
721 Rukuhia Road, Ngahinapouri HAMILTON (10MINS).
old Danielle Ward, who
is doing work experi- SLOPING 4403M2 (1.1
ence training to be a ACRE) LANDSCAPED
mechanic at Waikato
Toyota Te Awamutu.
T h e l a st three BUS (NGAHINAPOURI
‘mobile’ cars pounded SCHOOL & HAMILTON
each other for over five HIGH SCHOOLS).
minutes before Ward
was eliminated when RE-PILED, REWIRED,
her Toyota Corolla RENOVATED,
Barnett and Martin REPAINTED, SO
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14 TE AWAMUTU COURIER, THURSDAY, MAY 15, 2008
TE AWAMUTU COURIER, THURSDAY, MAY 15, 2008 15
Golden glow as former
rugby stars clash
BY COLIN THORSEN Craig.
Referee Eddie Shadrock’s full time
Te Awamutu Sports Club staged a blast could not come quick enough for
hugely successful ‘blast from the past’ some of the players - most of whom
Golden Oldies game at Albert Park on discovered some muscles that they had
Saturday - providing an opportunity not been aware of for a number of
for their rugby players of yesteryear to years.
showcase all those skills they acquired Halfback David Fox was heading to
in younger days. the physio for the first time in his life
For the record, the Early 90’s XV yesterday after running into Deon
(including former Te Awamutu Muir’s chest around one of the fringes.
Sports’ Waikato representatives Deon ‘‘We may have had Golden Oldies
Muir, Rex Robinson, Richard Adam scrums but the intensity was still
and Selwyn Hohepa) pipped the Fox pretty impressive,’’ Fox says.
90’s Selection 17-12 with a try right on ‘‘I’ve got some magnificent TC140508CT01
fulltime. bruises.’’ DEON MUIR made a welcome return to Albert Park for the past Te Awamutu Sports players’ day. He
The result meant little to the Try scorers for the Early 90’s XV is pictured being tackled by Gregg Tickelpenny.
players - the game was a means of were David Seager, Matthew Seaville
renewing friendships and enjoying the and Mark Mackie, while Tickelpenny
company of some of local club rugby’s and Craig scored for the Fox 90’s
most unforgettable characters on and Selection. Greg Ruscoe (Early 90’s XV)
off the field. and Fox landed conversions.
One of the biggest crowds of the
season turned out for the game, which
proved an entertaining curtainraiser
to the main game between Te Awa-
mutu Sports and Te Rapa premiers.
They were treated to a rousing trip
down memory lane.
Many of those in attendance would
have been privileged to see the likes of
Richard Adam at the peak of his form
for Te Awamutu Old Boys, Te Awa-
mutu Sports and Waikato.
Adam, who could fill any of the
back three backline spots, gave a
virtuoso display of his silky skills at
Ignoring the fact that he was giving
20 years away to most of the oppo-
sition, Adam twinkle toed his way
through the defence near halfway and
sent David Seager away for the open-
There were a number of other
highlights, including one bone-rattling
tackle by Des Hawira on one of the
game’s try scorers Gregg Tickelpenny,
and a memorable inter-change passing
movement involving two of the Te
Awamutu Sports premier team’s cen-
tenarians, locks Mark Sanders and
Heath Barclay, down the grandstand TC140508CT02
touchline leading to a try to Mark RICHARD ADAM.
Marist monster Matamata
Te Awamutu Marist continued increase Marist’s lead with a try from
their good form in Waikato second a break by centre Taurean McGurther.
division rugby beating United Mata- Marist, leading 24-8 at halftime,
mata Sports 43-15. scored three second half tries - the first
U.M.S started strongly at Marist to replacement Matthew Collett.
Park on Saturday, pinning the Murray Hard working forward Carlos
Gane Plumbing sponsored Marist side Thomson scored the last try when up
in their own 22 for the first 10 in support of a slick back move.
minutes.They were rewarded with a Marsom and Pryor kicked a conver-
penalty to lead 3-0. sion each. U.M.S. scored a late consola-
The home side replied with tion try.
unanswered tries to second five Bill Bowen and Rogers had good games
Ngaumi from a break by lock Carlos in the backs, with Marsom getting
Thomson, wing and captain Darren Greggys Takeaways player of the day
Marsom after chasing a kick to the ward. Thomsom and Stu Dexter had
line, and promising young fullback strong games upfront, as did Jody
Cody Bowen after a sprint to the Potroz the Woolys Restaurant and Bar
corner. Marty Rogers and Dion Pryor tackler of the day.
converted one each, for a 19-3 lead. Marist are away this week to
U.M.S. scored from a five metre TeAkau. A players and supporters bus
scrum to close to 19-8, only to see Pryor is leaving the club at 11.30am.
16 TE AWAMUTU COURIER, THURSDAY, MAY 15, 2008
Ransley pips MacIntyre Waikato champions
Scott Ransley won the Ashby Stap (bronze) 73, and A. Halloran prised as anyone to find that his
Cup on a countback from Gus (bronze II) 74. uncharacteristic 80 was the best
MacIntyre at Pirongia Golf Club. Parsons and Van der Stap also gross score of the day in the open
The pair tied on 82 stableford won their respective scrambles midweek tournament.
for their two rounds. with 36 and 35 stableford. Kel Evans (Waitomo) was the
A countback was also needed Damp conditions resulted in net winner b/l from Roland
to decide the winner of the one ordinary scoring at ASB Te Awa- Reweti, while Les Common won
round net Foote, Newland, mutu Golf Club over the past the stableford with 35.
McCormick Shield - won by week. Sylvia Gooch won the
Graham Watts, from Josh Russo, Kelvin Trass and Tim Young stableford prize for women.
both shooting 64’s. topped the men’s scramble on A net competition was held in
MacIntyre’s round of 79 Saturday with 36 stableford, while conjunction with various rounds
included three twos on the front Robyn Norris and Judy Scown of three trophy events on ladies’
nine. He nearly managed a fourth jointly headed the ladies’ field day.
two when his putt on the 16th just with 32. The division one scramble was
slid past the edge of the cup. Robert Wetere fared best on headed by Hazel Bryant with 71,
Scramble winners were G. Sunday with 36 points, one clear from Raewyn Ensor 75.
Watts (senior) and Russo and of Bruce Stott, with Michael Shirley Lord topped division
Ransley (juniors) all with 44. Waters a further point adrift two with 71 by three shots from
Secretary Medal winners on third. Kathlyn Rose.
ladies’ day were Bev Parsons (div. Best of the Vets last Thursday The nine hole field contested
I) with 210, and Ann O’Halloran was Toby Thompson with 40 the second round of the Josie
(div. II) 208. stableford, comfortably ahead of Pollard Putting, with Carla Carey
LGU winners were B. Parsons Henry Holden on 36. prevailing with 14 putts, from
(silver) with 73 net, J. Van der Graeme Buckley was as sur- Pam Mills on 16.
TOP TEAM: Stewart Alexander’s champion pen-
nant line-up of, from left, Peg Murphy, Ani Bahler,
Helen Baynes, Cheryl Forster. Absent from
Hard to Beat
photo: Toni Cavey.
Stewart Alexander’s fourth division golf team
have broken through for their club’s first Waikato
women’s championship penannt title.
Wins over Ngaruawahia, Lochiel and Waitomo,
along with a half with Putaruru, saw Stewart
Alexander and Putaruru finish equal on seven
points - necessitating a countback on games won to
E L D AY S P R O M O
determine the winners.
Honours went in favour of Stewart Alexander 19
Victory was particularly sweet for team mem-
ber Peg Murphy who, as a Waikato selector, saw
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women’s soccer team attack Claudelands Rovers on Sunday.
Te Awamutu women’s soccer team
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Federation Plate round with a 2-1 win
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Church Services Meetings Personal
LADY, 70 plus, would like
KIHIKIHI KIHIKIHI a gentleman for com-
panionship and travel-
PRESBYTERIAN BOWLING CLUB ling. Phone 870-1780.
Deaths Deaths Acknowledgements Anniversaries In Memoriam CHURCH ANNUAL GENERAL
PHONE James Parlane,
Sunday May 18 Solicitor, 870-4991.
BAIRD - James Russell TOLICH - Joy Patricia HEPBURN - Larry. HUMPHRIES, Barry 10.00am To be held in the
(Jim), on May 11, 2008, (Pat), nee Holley. Larry’s children and GOLDEN WEDDING William. Passed away clubrooms on
at Waikato Hospital Passed away whanau would like to LORD - THEOBALD May 18, 2007. This day
Friday May 23rd at
Lost and Found
(please note time change)
aged 83 years. Dearly peacefully at her home thank everybody for Noel and Shirley is remembered and 9.30am
loved husband of Jean after a short illness on their support, were married quietly kept, no words BLACK woollen jacket.
Tuesday May 20 Enquiries to Please phone (07)
for 56 years. Loved May 13, 2008 in her condolences and 50 years ago on are needed, we will 7.30pm Church J Collins Phone 871-8440
brother of Peter, Peg 74th year. Dearly loved contribution during May 17, 1958. never forget. Love 871-7308.
and the late John and wife of Ivan. Much his time of passing. Congratulations and always, Joan, Donna, Council
Bill. Brother-in-law of ¯
loved mum of Dianne Kia kaha nga hoa me lots of love from all Ross, Zoe, Steven and Rev Fogatia Levi
Nancy, Ann, and the and Kevon Cress nga ¯ whanau. your family. Kyla. Phone 871-6011 KAINGA For Lease
late Doug and (Hamilton), Yvonne Arohanui
Margaret. A service and Alan Willers AROHA WORKSHOP / Commer-
cial Lock Up. 140m2, plus
for Jim will be held at (Cambridge), Karen Anniversaries
Alexandra House and Terry O’Hanlon In Memoriam METHODIST SOCIETY yard, plus three bay
Chapel, 570 Alexandra (Matamata) and barn. Pirongia Road near
CHURCH Annual General village. Power, water,
Street, Te Awamutu
on Thursday May 15
Shirley and Wayne
Bryant (Cambridge). To The Worlds Best Parents Sunday
The Annual General
toilet, telecom, secure.
$100p/w. Phone (027)
(today) at 2.00pm Loved nana of Lyn, May 18
followed by private Stuart, Genelle, Marc, Russell and Mary Jacobsen Meeting of 283-2186.
Parish Worship Kainga Aroha Society
Happy 65th Wedding Anniversary 9.30am Pirongia will be held at
Mrs J Baird, C/- P O Rachel and Michael. A
Te Awamutu 301 Bank Street, Firewood
Box 137, Te Awamutu service for Pat will be Te Awamutu,
please. Te Awamutu held at Alexandra ALL May 22, 2008 DRY firewood, mixed, $70
Funeral Services. House Chapel, 570 WELCOME per m 3 , can deliver.
at 7.30 pm.
FDANZ and Griefcare. Alexandra Street, Te Enquiries Phone (07) 871-3368 or
Awamutu on Friday LORTON - Ron (Pop). All Welcome (027) 424 5834.
GRIFFIN - Edward 871-5376
Walter George (Ted) May 16, at 2.00pm May 18 1993, it has
followed by burial at
REV MAUREEN CALMAN DRY firewood, Cam-
Regt No 2083 On May been fifteen years Dad, bridge High School
12, 2008 peacefully at Te Awamutu Services since you went away,
Lawn Cemetery. Aussie Tour Fundraiser,
Waikato Hospital in but our loving TE AWAMUTU single trailer $75, tandem
his 89th year. Loved Communications to memories of you will
562 Bank Street, Te always stay. PRESBYTERIAN trailer $150, free delivery
father of Morris and Te Awamutu and Cam-
Rosalind and the late Awamautu please. Thank you Dad and Mum for being Remembered with CHURCH
bridge CBD. Please con-
Larry and Sally, loved "Happy 74th Birthday love by all your family
Granddad Ted of for the 30th". Te such incredible parents. here and in Brisbane. St Andrew’s: tact school office (07)
827-5415 or David George
Michael, Sam and
Sarah. A service for Services. FDANZ and All our love. Your ever loving
Vic who will be
Ted will be held at St Griefcare. Lynette and Bruce, Bruce and Gaylene, Eon Horn and grand-
Johns Anglican daughter Sarah sharing on the FIREWOOD
Church, Arawata TOLICH - Patricia (Pat). and Judi, Ross and the late Pip, Anne and Jeff, Ranger. Mission to SPLIT dry Pine 5m3 load,
Passed away Uganda
Street, Te Awamutu
peacefully at home on Rosemary and Dean and families. OTAWHAO MARAE $250 delivered. Phone
on Friday (tomorrow) 9.00 am : Annual General Tony (021) 154-2322 or
May 16 at 11.00am May 13, 2008. Loved 871-9582.
sister-in-law and loved Church Services A More Reflective Meeting
followed by private
aunt of Joe and Vi Funeral Notices Service. Otawhao Marae
Tolich and their
Morning Tea 6.00pm Wharekai FIREWOOD
The Griffin Family c/- Waikato Stonecraft TE AWAMUTU between services.
Otawhao Marae 5m3 - $160, 10m3 - $290
delivered. Phone (07)
P O Box 137, Te TOLICH - Joy Patricia SPIRITUALIST Tuesday May 20,
873-9190 evenings, mobile
Awamutu please. Te (Pat). Dearly loved CHURCH 10.30am: 2008
41 Shakespeare Street, Cambridge (021) 617-349.
Awamutu Funeral Mum and Nana of Family service - Annual reports
Services. FDANZ and Shirley, Wayne, Phone (07) 827-5226 Guest Speaker - ´
Creche available FIREWOOD, from $90 2 x
Griefcare. - Election of
Rachel and Michael Jean Peden for pre-schoolers; Committee m3 load, free delivery to
MONDS - Lorna May. Bryant. Mum I shall Leading the way in Monumental design Meeting 11.00 am Kids For Christ for Te Awamutu and Kihi-
- Constitution kihi. Phone John 871-7711
On May 13, 2008. miss our monthly Sunday, May 18 5+ years. Changes
Passed away Friday nights together Come in and see Craig and the team or 871-8707 a/h.
peacefully in Te with good wine, good We can offer you; HEALING Time of fellowship - Upgrade and
over lunch to follow. alteration of FIREWOOD 4m3 mixed
Awamutu. Dearly talks and laughs.
- A qualified Graphic Artist AVAILABLE load, delivered, $280.
loved wife of Eric. Cheers. facilities
At Red Cross Hall, Ignite Youth Service: Phone (07) 823-6712.
Much loved mother - We are members of the NZ 6.00-8.00pm
and grandmother of TOLICH - Joy Patricia Monumental Masons Association Redoubt Street
Judi, Kevin, Scott and (Pat). Dearly loved Minister Elaine For more information
Micheal Phillips, mum of Dianne and
- A 10 year guarantee
871-7064 see our website on Meetings
Peter, Sheryl, Gareth Kevon Cress and - Qualified Tradesmen www.teawamutu.net/
and Damian Ellison, dearest nana of Lyn 6151409AA-08-04-17 standrews
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Mark, Anne-Marie and
Amelia Ellison, Brian,
and Stuart Bridson.
Loved Nana Pat of Hamilton - Cambridge - Tokoroa - Rotorua PUBLIC MEETING
Vanessa and Jack
Ellison, Karen, Dave,
Brenda, Scott, Tayla
and Rosie Emus and
St John’s Anglican Church Organised by
Joel and Kate Berry. A Jeff, Charise, Kelsea Funeral Notices Arawata Street, Te Awamutu TE AWAMUTU GREY POWER
service for Lorna will and Oliver Cress. Our
be held at St Andrews family celebrations A warm welcome awaits you this Sunday at:
Tuesday, May 20, 2008
will never be the same
Awamutu on Saturday
Te again. Forever in our
Te Awamutu 8.00 am - Old St John’s Church, Te Awamutu
9.00 am - St John’s Paul’s Church, Hairini
Waipa Workingmen’s Club
May 17, 2008 at 1.30pm
followed by a private WRATHALL - Kevin
Brian. December 22,
Funeral Ser vices 9.30 am - St Saviour’s Church, Pirionga
10.00 am - St John’s Church - Te Awamutu
cremation. In lieu of
1961 - May 13, 2008. At Programme
flowers donations For details of Church activities see our
please to the Cancer home surrounded by
Annual General Meeting,
Society, Waikato his loving family after
Division, P O Box 134, a brief illness. Dearly www.stjohnsteawamutu.wainet.org/ Speaker: Ian Anderson
Hamilton. "You will loved eldest son of Or Contact : Rev George Allanson Grey Power Zone Director
always be in our Joyce and Brian. 871-9738
hearts and are sadly Adored and loved with the latest from Conference
missed". Te Awamutu partner of Sandy.
Funeral Services. Loved father of 570 ALEXANDRA STREET, TE AWAMUTU
FDANZ and Griefcare. Russell, Brody, Kelsie Are you over ﬁnancial?
TOLICH - Joy Patricia
and Shinnae. Dearly Alexandra House Catering Mid-Winter Lunch tickets available
loved brother and
(Pat). A special and brother-in-law of & all Monumental Needs
very much loved Wendy and Doug, rafﬂes
Usual rafﬂes courtesy Magills and others
mother and Nana of Wayne and Amanda,
Office, Chapel and Reception Lounge
Yvonne, Alan, Genelle
and Marc Willers.
loved uncle of Justin, For campassionate and caring service call
Brendon and Sophie,
Forever in our hearts. Jake, Madison and Bruce, Garth & Lynette Williams Sports Notices
Thinking about death Carter. A service for
produces love of life. Kevin will be held at
Paul L’Huillier or Ian Croft
When we are familiar Alexandra House Member of Griefcare and FDANZ
with death, we accept Chapel, 570 Alexandra
each week, each day, Street, Te Awamutu
as a gift. Only if we are
able thus to accept life
on Saturday May 17 at
11.00am followed by
PHONE (07) 871-5131 ALL HOURS
- bit by bit - does it private cremation. In
become precious. lieu of flowers
TOLICH - Joy Patricia donations please to Tuition Church Services
UTTA NUTTA EVENT
(Pat). Dearly loved Waikato Community
mum of Karen and Hospice Trust, P O Box Anglican Church
Terry, loved play 325, Hamilton. "Much
station nana of Shawn,
Mathew, Candice and
loved, sadly missed
but never forgotten."
DRIVER May, 18th 2008 SILLY RUN / CRAWL
Shenaye. Mum you All communications to Holy Communion June 7, Ngutunui
told us not to be sad, the Wrathall Family TRAINING 9.30am
but sorry, we all are c/- P O Box 137, Te SEE WEBSITE FOR DETAILS
and will be for a long Awamutu please. Te For all your driver Pukeatua 11.15am
time. Every time we Awamutu Funeral training needs
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Motortrade Financial Wanted to To Let To Let Hire Services Property & Home
Services Buy / Exchange Maintenance
CAR audio installations NO one knows farm CARAVANS and Cabins CARPET, Phone Ultra
by a qualified audio finance better, Fraser A1 SELF for rent, long or short BOUNCY Clean 871-6662 to book
installer, full custom ser- Farm Finance. Phone POSSUM HUNTERS STORAGE term. 15 foot to 25 foot,
vice. Phone Damien (027) (0800) 777-675 long term from $45 per
531-6659 Become one of Basically Bush’s valued hunters New facility, many sizes, week. Phone (07) 873-7271. For Hire. $100 per day. E X T E R I O R house
and join a growing possum fur recovery industry. Phone 870-5294 or (021) cleaning. Phone Ultra
MORTGAGE good rates, security CARAVANS to let, short
or long term from $35 185-9637. Clean 871-6662 today!
Consistent price for possum fur and seven day access.
Health BROKER $105 / kg Phone 871-6164
p/w. Phone (027) 499-8733. BULLDOZER for hire LOUNGE suites cleaned.
Member of: Also available: possum traps and lure
COUNTRY living, older 3 with scoop, rippers and Phone Ultra Clean
or (027) 478-3085 bedroom home, 5 mins to stick rake. Phone Des
CABIN NZMBA Check out our website for more information
town, $220 p/w. Contact Hose, owner operator on
ON YOUR SITE Phone Christine
Buying at Te Awamutu Rose Gardens
CABIN Murray Wallis (027)
438-0126, a/h (07) 871-7726
(07) 873-8466, mobile
ULTRA Clean, complete
cleaning services. Phone
(021) 545-302 Saturday, May 17, 12.00 - 1.00 pm ON YOUR SITE AJB Ltd MREINZ. 871-6662.
HOUSE, suitable for
Phone: (07) 345-6313 or (027) 274-1152 relief milker/fencer. RED BINS LTD
Many uses. Fully insulated,
Garage Sales Please phone (027)
MINI SKIP HIRE Sliding Door
1.8m3 and 3.6m3
power, 3.6m x 2.4m HOUSEHOLD GOODS LONG term tenant
Wheelie Bin Service Rollers
Rent only $45 p/w, required, two bedroom, Locks and handles,
248 Frontier Road, Satur-
Stock Auctions Many uses. Fully insulated, redecorated unit, Phone security locks, window
Minimum six months. William Street, no Murray Bain stays, aluminium
472 Fairview Road, Te power, 3.6m x 2.4m
For a detailed brochure smokers, four weeks 871-8996 glazing, conservatory
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Phone (0800) 111-344 bond and refs, $180 p/w, repairs etc.
or visit us on the web plus delivery, includes lawns. Please
www.cabin4u.co.nz \ ALL MUST GO Minimum six months. phone 871-9970 and leave
message. To Let MAINTENANCE
9 Galloway Street, Kihi- For a detailed brochure Phone (027) 273-4115
kihi. Fishing gear/baby NEW three bedroom
Phone (0800) 111-344 SELF contained furn-
Public Notices gear. 7.30am Saturday.
or visit us on the web
internal access garage, ished accommodation,
GARAGE Sale Shop, open $150 p/w including elec-
www.cabin4u.co.nz ensuite, heat pump, fully CARPET
every Saturday 9am-1pm, tricity. Call Scott on (021)
324 Alexandra Street landscaped, $350 p/w.
(down right-of-way by Phone (021) 913-856. 238-6079 to enquire.
Trade Aid Shop). This
week’s special - men’s
undies $5, women’s
TO LET LANDLORDS
SELF contained unit in
town, bond, $175 pw.
ONE BEDROOM Wishing your property THREE bedroom home,
This Saturday knickers $2, all new HOME
clothing. to be managed by a very close to Primary,
Phone Phyllis 871-4811 316/5 St Marys Ave recognised professional? Catholic School and
MOVING OVERSEAS $170 p/w
or Carol 871-6198 131 Leith Street. Priced to town. No garage. Large
sell. 8.00am-2.00pm. TWO BEDROOM TENANTS outdoor living area, $260
HOMES p/w. Phone (021) 249-1057.
PIRONGIA Needing help finding ULTRA CLEAN
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224/3 and 4 Puniu
1025 Crozier Street Satur-
with Phone 871-6662
day 9.00am, includes suits your needs? Primary School, easy
table tennis table. $200 p/w walking distance from or (027) 498-4465
ST ANDREW’S Opportun- 324/6 Rewi Street Contact Francene main street. $280 p/w
ity Shop will be open $235p/w on 871-7146 plus bond. Phone 870-2249
This Sunday at the from 8.00am - 11.00am 194A Kihikihi Road or (021) 174-5664. Gardening &
Mobile (027) 289-3952
Methodist Church this Saturday 17th. Landscaping
$270 p/w (07) 823-6287 a/h TWO bedroom unit, close
Hall at 1.00 pm. Plenty of winter clothes to Primary and town.
for all the family. Bed- FOUR BEDROOM Waipa Property
Access to garage and
Admission: $2.00 ding also. Presbyterian HOME Link Ltd, MREINZ swimming pool. Must
Church, 80 Mutu Street. 6135939AA-08-04-17
have bond and refer-
9 Walmsley Street
TO VISIT VISITED Professional ences, not suitable pets,
ALCOHOLICS $250 p/w
$170 p/w available
ANONYMOUS Contact: Property immediately. Phone (027)
If you want to WANTED GONE Rachel Hogben Management 413-0169 or (027) 461-8645.
drink that’s your 140 Ohaupo Road. House- (027) 488-8136 TWO bedroom unit,
business hold items including Office: 871-8700 single garage, available
IF YOU WANT TO beds, linen, computers. now, $230 p/w. Phone
STOP, THAT’S Starts 8am. (027) 589-6416.
OURS TWO bedroom unit,
Phone 871-4072 For Sale handy to town, recently
or 870-3463 redecorated. Suit
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$20. Phone 871-6442. Estate MREINZ tenant. $215.00p/w.
Phone (027) 695-0248. AUTUMN
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FOR the best range of We buy steel, lead
Brain Disorders - Camera Surveillance Garden
new and used tyres in Te Copper, Stainless Office 871-7149
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etc PH: (07) 856-7584
Wednesday, May 15, and Tune Centre Ltd, Regular maintenance
Cars: Picked up or (027) 608-1749
at 10.00 am locally $80 Special Occasions
UPRIGHT freezer, 5cft,
perfect seals and con-
dition, $250, Kent heater,
Kihikihi $120 SAFE ‘N’ SOUND and general clean up
ALL WELCOME new fittings, without
bottle, $60. Phone
Cash paid on the
Property For Sale STORAGE (027) 238-2517 OR
871-4374. GREENHILL Drive, two Electric Security Fence (07) 872-2853 A/H
flat sections, fantastic
WAIPA WOF (021) 170-7664 or views, services to site,
Camera and patrolled
TYRE and Tune Centre, Driver Luke $160,000 each. Phone (021) Vehicles Wanted
21 Bond Road, now issu- (021) 205-0783 surveillance
MASONIC ing WOF’s for cars, Gardening No fridges or freezers.
HOUSE for sale, three Phone (027) 440-7101
LODGE motorcycles, and
trailers. Phone 871-3267.
double bedrooms, plus
office and seperate
A secret society or MOBILITY NGAROTO NURSERIES Livestock and lounge, north facing fam-
ily and dining room,
or a/hrs 871-2171
SCOOTERS HUGE CAR PARK SALE
a society without Proud to be locally
secrets? Poultry flows on to deck, double
garage, under $300,000. owned and operated
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SURPLUS AND SECONDS STOCK Horses
Phone Sales, service and hire.
(027) 612-3374 Phone Camellias Perennials 6150555AA-08-04-17
(0800) 666-768 Rhododendrons Trees
Saturday, May 17 - Monday, June 2
8.30 am - 5.00 pm
Any surplus milk
NGAROTO NURSERIES wanted for calves.
208 NGAROTO ROAD
TE AWAMUTU Phone Deb Kirkham
Phone 871-5668 or (027) 490-1007
Livestock and Poultry
BONER COWS WANTED Get t
Don’t Wait Two Weeks For Payment ar ou
Immediate Payment - Competitive Schedule
Also empty heifers and potter bulls Phone 870-2200
Phone Warren Robinson (07) 829-5601, (025) 925-030 Te Awamutu or
Bill Lincoln 871-5834, (0274) 925-080 (0800) CAR DUMP
20 Te Awamutu Courier, Thursday, May 15, 2008
Trade Services Trade Services Employment Employment Employment Employment
BOBCAT and truck hire, EXPERIENCED person
requires work in the
section, driveway clear- MOTOR VEHICLE PAMPHLET
DRAINAGE home help area, also for
ing, sand, metal and top- DELIVERERS for Rewi
No job too big house cleaning. Phone
soil supplies. Phone Tony
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areas. Phone Vicky
871-9582 or (021) 154-2322.
or too small - FARM work wanted by Ingham Honda Te Awamutu has an opportunity 871-3484.
CAR valet. Phone Ultra single farm hand, 36 for an enthusiastic and motivated person to join
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Colin (027) 498-9022 DESIGNER
It is important that applicants are able to
demonstrate a high standard of professionalism
by correspondence free of
CAKES NEED A BREAK? and a strong desire to succeed. charge. Student allow-
We have a vacancy for a person with the
ance may apply. Phone
Baked and decorated. I can shift your fences, This is an excellent opportunity for a well
0800-800-043 following skills:
MEATEATER Phone 870-5294 or (021) move stock and do your
tractor work. Prefer
presented person wishing to succeed in - Competent with Microsoft Word and Excel
185-9637. vehicle sales with a progressive and growing - Courteous manner with clients
HOMEKILLS LTD Pirongia area. Experi-
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BUILDER’S - Confident on the phone
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Ron is offering then please apply in writing to:
essential but would be preferred.
his many skills
PLANS FARRIER in garden
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INSIDE and OUT
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Employment Career Training In Memoriam
ASB TE AWAMUTU SPORTS
APPROVED TRAINER What’s On
In Te Awamutu
OLDS! 30 May 08
WAIKATO PREMIER RUGBY- SAT MAY 17
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Civic Video TA Sports Firehawks vs Taniwharau - No.4, 2.30pm
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Employment TAS U 6s vs Hillcrest Hornets, 9.00am TAS U 7s vs Hillcrest Hornets - 9.45am
TAS U 11s vs Hamilton City Tigers, 9.00am TAS U 14s vs Hillcrest Hornets - 10.00am
We Are Seeking
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22 TE AWAMUTU COURIER, THURSDAY, MAY 15, 2008
A Charity Concert fully benefiting Gracelands Service Centre fundraising
TE AWAMUTU COLLEGE HALL
8PM FRIDAY, JULY 25
Tickets available from 9am tomorrow
from www.ticketdirect.co.nz and
Te Awamutu i-SITE Centre
TE AWAMUTU COURIER, THURSDAY, MAY 15, 2008 23
Te Awamutu Club Blood Brothers Te Awamutu & District
MAY 24 - 7.30PM
Not to be M
at The Woolshed Theatre, Te Awamutu.
By Permission of The Play Bureau (N.Z.) Ltd Memorial RSA
$10 per person ENTERTAINMENT
Light supper and live music
Tickets available at Club or Sander’s Chemist
th Year On
ting Its 20
al Is Celebra To See It
oved Music Now It’s Your Chance
This Much est End And Te Awamutu. 18th May at 1pm
London’s W he Woolshed Theatre
Early Bird Tuesdays at 7.00pm
28 Bn & Fishing Club
Written by Willy Russell, Directed by Coral Taylor
Season 24th May to 7th June 2008
Sat 24th 8.00pm, Sun 25th 1.30pm, Tue 27th 7.00pm, Wed 28th 8.00pm,
Main Draw 3pm
Thu 29 8.00pm, Fri 30th 8.00pm & Say 31st 8.00pm
Sun 1st 1.30pm, Tue 3rd 7.00pm, Wed 4th 8.00pm, Thu 5th 8.00pm, STEPHEN CHENEY
Fri 6th 8.00pm & Sat 7th 8.00pm
Phone 871 4768 Bookings at the Te Awamutu i-Site Information Centre
(opposite the Rose Gardens) (07) 871 3259 from Thursday 1st May from 4pm
136TC-6146407AE Solutions No 994
Appearing in the Courier are
available in colour and The clubrooms are open to all
members, invited guests and
black and white members of afﬁliated clubs
O R D E R AT T H E C O U R I E R O F F I C E
A lovely old-style film which we “A real pleasure, to laugh until we
recommend. A fine ensemble cry and as an audience, we do.”
cast in a charming, heartwarming Times. Strongly recommended.
and humorous gem. BUCKET LIST M
HOW ABOUT YOU M Extra shows by overwhelming demand:
THU & FRI 6.10, SAT 2.15 & 4.00, THU 6.00, FRI 10.15 & 6.00,
SUN 12.30 & 2.15, MON & TUE 6.10, SAT 3.30 & 7.55, SUN 11.40 & 3.30,
WED 10.30 & 8.10 MON & TUE 5.50, WED 10.15 & 7.35
“A lovely little comedy... is memorable...
deserves the audience.” NZ Listener. HORTON HEARS A WHO G
The French version of SHAKESPEARE SAT 2.00 & 3.55, SUN 12.00 & 2.05
IN LOVE becomes more enjoyable A most enjoyable and refreshing
as you watch it. Recommended. romantic comedy starring Patrick
MOLIERE PG (Enchanted/Grey’s Anatomy)
THU 7.50, FRI 10.00 & 7.55, SAT 7.35, Dempsey. He’ll do anything to get
SUN 4.00, MON & TUE 7.50, WED 6.05 the groom out of the picture.
A heartbreaking tale of lost
MADE OF HONOR M
friendship and redemption. Highly THU 5.50 & 7.45, FRI 5.50 & 7.50,
recommended World Showpiece. SAT 1.50 & 5.50, SUN 11.50 & 3.50,
MON, TUE & WED 6.00 & 7.55
KITE RUNNER M
SAT 7.45, SUN 5.45, TUE 7.45 “The pace is great... laughs...
suspense.” Times. An action-packed
Excellent comments from all
adventure that is fresh, original and
who come to see this fine and
hugely entertaining. Stars Robert
stimulating A-Level Western. If you
Downey Jr, Terrence Howard,
like horses then this is a must-see.
Jeff Bridges and Gwyneth Paltrow.
A fine, well staged and riveting
Don’t miss this big show.
adventure. Strongly recommended.
3:10 TO YUMA R13 IRON MAN M
THU 5.45 & 8.05, FRI 5.45 & 8.10,
3RD GREAT MONTH. FRI 8.00,
SAT 1.30, 5.40 & 8.05,
SAT 5.30, SUN 5.55, MON 7.45
SUN 1.15, 3.40 & 6.05,
One of of the funniest films you are MON, TUE & WED 5.45 & 8.05
ever likely to see just keeps running
and running. Time to see it again. Set in Sin City, Cameron Diaz and
DEATH AT A FUNERAL M Ashton Kutcher star as strangers
5TH HILARIOUS MONTH. who unwittingly end up as bride
THU 7.55, SAT 5.45, SUN 6.10, WED 5.50 and groom in this very
“Great fun.” Times. WHAT HAPPENS IN VEGAS M
SPIDERWICK CHRONICLES PG THU 6.15 & 8.15, FRI 6.15 & 8.20,
SAT 1.40, FINAL SUN 1.30 SAT 4.05, 6.10 & 8.15,
SUN 11.20, 4.10 & 6.15,
STEP UP 2 PG MON & TUE 6.15 & 8.15,
SAT 3.45, FINAL SUN 1.45 WED 10.00, 6.15 & 8.15
INDIANA JONES 4 - STARTS MAY 22
24 TE AWAMUTU COURIER, THURSDAY, MAY 15, 2008
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