Waitomo News : 16 January 2014
Waitomo NeWs Thursday, January 16, 2014 23 CLASSIFIEDS DEADLINES | 10am Mon & Wed | Te Kuiti 07 878 1188 | Otorohanga 07 873 7139 FORMAL NOTICES Te Kuiti WEATHER WAITOMO FORECAST TIDES, SUN and MOON Moonphases Kawhia Mokau Rise: Set: Rise: Set: Rise: Set: Rise: Set: Rise: Set: Rise: Set: Rise: Set: Rise: Set: Situation H L High Low isobar cold warm occluded stationary overnight min max Te Kuiti Te Kuiti Te Kuiti overnight min max overnight min max overnight min max For the latest weather information including Weather Warnings metservice.com Friday Saturday Sunday Monday Rain clearing during the morning, then fine apart from evening cloud. Winds turning southwest early morning. Fine apart from morning cloud. Southwesterlies dying out. Long fine spells. Westerly breezes. High cloud increasing, scattered late rain. Light winds. 9° 17 Jan 25 Jan 31 Jan 7 Feb L 5:23 AM H 11:56 AM L 5:45 PM H 12:11 AM L 5:57 AM H 12:28 PM L 6:19 PM H 12:44 AM L 6:29 AM H 1:00 PM L 6:53 PM H 1:18 AM L 7:02 AM H 1:33 PM L 7:28 PM L 5:30 AM H 11:39 AM L 5:52 PM H 11:54 PM L 6:04 AM H 12:11 PM L 6:26 PM H 12:27 AM L 6:36 AM H 12:43 PM L 7:00 PM H 1:01 AM L 7:09 AM H 1:16 PM L 7:35 PM 6:13 AM 8:45 PM 8:58 PM 7:01 AM 6:15 AM 8:44 PM 9:30 PM 7:56 AM 6:16 AM 8:44 PM 10:01 PM 8:52 AM 6:17 AM 8:43 PM 10:31 PM 9:48 AM A strong cool southwest flow over southern and central New Zealand spreads over the rest of the country, but begins to ease by the end of the day as a high moves east across the Tasman Sea. The high crosses northern regions over the weekend, while a northwest flow spreads north over remaining areas. A front weakens as it moves north over the South Island on Sunday and Monday, followed by a ridge. 22° 9° 23° 14° 24° 13° 20° © Copyright Meteorological Service of New Zealand Limited 2014 Midnight Thursday Memorial Service MORELAND: Russell and Natalie are happy to an- nounce the safe arrival of Xavier Cohen on Decem- ber 23, 2013, weighing 6lb 11oz. A little brother for Blake and the late Chey- anne. Thanks to Jocelyn and the staff at Waikato Hospital. Births CLARK, David: December 13, 2013. Twenty nine years ago, David was one of the origi- nal founders of the Citizens Advice Bureau in Otoro- hanga. After he retired, he still maintained an interest in the bureau. He will be sadly missed. CAB Otorohanga. HALL, Jon: On Decem- ber 27, 2013, peacefully at Te Kuiti Hospital aged 70 years. Dearly loved husband and soulmate of Gaye for 48 years. Treas- ured Dad of Jeni and Blue Tarrant (Taupo), Jackie Bull (Blenheim), Bevan and Renee (Aria), and the late Brendan. Special ‘Poppa Jon’ to Kali, Isaac and Leroy Bull, Fergus and Kel- sey Tarrant. Great ‘Poppa Jon’ to Marccus, and ‘Jon’ to Joel, Jacob and Jaz- myne. Special thanks to Keith and Elly Buswell and the wonderful staff at Te Kuiti Hospital for their care of Jon over the last four and a half years. Privately cremated. LEE, Gordon Ronald: On December 28, 2013, passed away peacefully, aged 93 years. Dearly loved husband of the late Grace. Loved father and father-in-law of Malcolm and Lee (Australia), Brian and Robyn (Hamilton), and the late Anne and Warwick. Loved Grandad of Scott and Denise, Toni-Anne, Jade and Jason, Mike and Jill, Kathleen and Adam, and Bernie. Loved Great- Grandad of Hayes, Harri- son and Abby. A celebration of Gordon’s life was held at a private family gathering and Gordon was privately cremated. POWELL, Nanette Bowes Clarkson: On January 7, 2014, aged 85 years, sud- denly at home in Whanga- mata. Dearly loved Mum, mum-in-law and adored Nana of Chris, Shona, Hayley and Ashleigh. A beautiful memorial service was held in her garden on January 11. We shall miss her, but have so many fond memories. Resting now with Mick and Fint. Deaths TAHI, Reiha (nee Joseph): On January 15, 2014, at Te Kuiti Hospital, surrounded by her loving family. Belov- ed daughter of the late Peter and Martha Joseph. Loved sister of Neha and Janet (dec), Taha and Sheryl, Titi (dec), Ben (dec), Mary, Lyn and Bosie, Dennis (dec), Kevin, Mere and Allan, Makere and Tony, Ngahuia (dec), Amokura and Darcy, Roimata (dec) and Hou, Christine and David. Very much loved aunty of all her nieces and nephews. (Arrangements still to be made for expected funeral on Saturday). TANE, Jimmy: Passed away on January 13, 2014, peacefully at home. Uncle, God saw you getting tired, The cure was not to be, He wrapped you in His lov- ing arms, And whispered “Come to me”. You suffered much in si- lence, Your spirit did not bend, You faced your pain with courage, Until the very end. You tried so hard to stay with us, Your fight was not in vain, God took you to His loving home, And freed you from your pain. A golden heart stopped beating, Two working hands at rest, God broke our hearts to prove to us, He only takes the best. Rest in paradise Uncle Jimmy. Arohanui Paula, Lisharn, Tiana, Shilara and Brodie Te Wai. Deaths Need transport? CALL VAL 021 154 3618 Personal DAVY, Vi: The Davy and Armstrong families invite family and friends to a cel- ebration of Vi’s life, to be held at 11am on Saturday, January 18 at the Waitete Rugby Football Clubrooms, Waitete Rd, Te Kuiti. BROUGH - KIRK Tom and Larraine were married 50 years ago on January 11, 1964 in Te Kuiti Congratulations and love from Gary, Joy, Bradly and Laura Wedding Anniversaries LIPSEY DENTAL LABORATORIES LTD Ph 07 839 3527 DENTURE WEARERS A full set of dentures made in two sittings, using the latest technology and materials available Conditions apply Health & Beauty PIRIPIRI SCHOOL BOT, staff and students thank all those who participated in their recent fishing competition, and those who gave donations. Thank you to our sponsors: FISH CITY, Merial Ancare (John Bernau), Silver Fern Farms (Chris Keech), Ballance (Mathew Holwill), VetEnt, Vet Focus, Bailey Ingham Ltd. Also thank you to the Marokopa Hall committee for their generous contribution. Thanks To our club shout sponsors . . . Atkinson & Associates Vets • Rorison’s RMD • King Country Honda • T & K Alcock Contracting • Progress Transport Ltd • White Ridge Contracting • Roto Works Ltd • and Santa! Plus thanks King Country Honda for the soundz at the Aria Raft Race from the Aria Cos Club . . . you guys rock, you know it Th ank y ou! POA, Sarah Moekotahi: 29/10/1927-13/1/2010. Mum, Nan, ‘Big Nan’. Remembering you is easy, we do it every day. Your smile, your laugh, your heartfelt words, guide us on our way. To always look up and never look down, is one we love to say. Our memories keep you close to us, so you are never far away. In Memoriam TUHEKE, Eria: The whanau of Eria Tuheke would like to sincerely thank whanau and friends, both here and in Australia, for their love and support shown during the sad loss of our dear Mum and Nana. Thank you to all the work- ers who did a tremendous job. Also thank you for the cards, flowers, mes- sages and koha. Arohanui, Tuheke Whanau. Bereavements TE KUITI, 14 Mary St, 9am, Sat, Jan 18. Combined sale of kitchenware, oil heater, portable towel rail, shelves, golf trolley, toys, books, garden pots, girls teen clothing and more. TE KUITI, 26 George St. Sunday, Jan 19, 9am. Household and children’s items. TE KUITI, Sat, Jan 18, 8am at Journey Church, Sheridan St. Mixed house- hold goods, quality clothes, s/s double sink, tents, dish- washer and more!! Garage Sales St Bride's Anglican Church Haerehuka St Otorohanga Sunday, January 19 10am Eucharist followed by pot luck lunch to farewell the Hoppings Rev Christine Scott Ph 07 873 7006 Church Notices OTOROHANGA LIONS CLUB Christmas raffle. 1st, no.2449, Teresa Ferguson. 2nd, no.1876, Trish Scott. Thanks to all the people from Otorohanga district for your support. All funds will be used to support local people and groups. ST MARY’S Catholic School, Otorohanga. Many thanks to all those who supported our school fun- draising raffle. Winners: 1. Teresa Fullerton. 2. Jean Cooper. 3. Anna Needham. 4. Cohen Tamaki-Ormsby. 5. Solitaire MacDonald. Raffle Results This Sunday January 19 Wet or fine See you there! PIOPIO MARKET Public Notice Otorohanga College START OF YEAR PROCEDURES 2014 Monday, January 20 • The College office will re-open from 8.30am Tuesday, January 21 • Year 12 and Year 13 course confirmation 10.30am- 12.30pm in the college hall (compulsory). Please bring results summary Appointments can be made for new enrolments, please ring the college office on 07 873 8029 to schedule these. Tuesday, January 28 • Powhiri at 8.40am for all Year 9 and 13 students and any other new students to the college. • Year 9 students will be released at 1.30pm unless travelling on a bus. Bus students will be given a lunch break and then meet at the hall. • Some Year 13 students will be released at 12 noon, student leaders meeting at 12.30pm. • Students wishing to use buses to go home must remain at school and will be supervised. Wednesday, January 29 • All students 8.40am • Meet at the Hall for assembly Stationery lists are available at Kings Paper Plus Otorohanga, the college office or the college website. www.otocoll.school.nz Otorohanga Dental Surgery Convenient Location Extended Opening Hours Advanced Technologies Call us now to book 07 873 8824 0800 686 336 LOOKING FOR A DENTIST? 25 Haerehuka St, Otorohanga We welcome new patients www.ruraldental.co.nz Public Notices Coast Sports First event starts at 10am • Sorry no EFTPOS available • Luncheon booth - delicious food Special thanks to our 2013 sponsors Admission: Family $5 • Single $2 • Under 14yrs FREE Saturday, January 18 ... 94 years! at Marokopa Recreation Ground Clearwater Hydro Athletic Events King or Queen of the Mountain Special conditions apply Chopping Events Horse Events Gallagher Farms Novice & Lead Rein Ring plus non-competitive games open to both groups Childrens’ age races plus fun hour 12.30pm Contact: Nevill Phillips 07 876 7813 Public Notices DON’T FORGET your FREE Garage Sale sign when you place your garage sale classie ad in the Waitomo News. 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