Feilding Herald : January 19th 2012
35 THURSDAY, JANUARY 19, 2012 4218578AA FUNERAL DIRECTORS MONUMENTAL MASONS 280 Kimbolton Road, Feilding pel and reception lou n a beautiful, quiet private Feilding location Phone 323 3700 all hours FU UN NERAL DIRECTO ORRSS 2FF ng unge t and n Chape Set in p Anthony, Peter, Julie, & Emily Beauchamp 4090898AA Need Extra Cash? Have a GARAGE SALE Phone 06 323 5839 and advertise it with us 3040058AA DEATHS PRIOR, Phillip Henry (Harry), of Feilding. --- On January 7, 2012. Dearly loved husband of the late Lorraine, loved father of Doug (deceased), Judy, Richard, Cathy, Phillip, Graham, and Michael, and loved Grandad of his 14 grandchildren. A service has been held. 4217173AA ANDERSON MEMORIALS 158 Kimbolton Rd • Feilding • Ph/Fax 323 6616 www.anderson-memorials.co.nz Headstones A MnmnaW Deal direct with • the craftsmen 5 generations and • 90 years experience Competitive prices • Fully stocked showroom • Free info pack available • Super Gold Card welcome • Air-conditioned chapel and reception lounge with close-circuit TV for the larger funerals 29 Beattie St, Feilding 06 323 7062 www.feildingfunerals.co.nz Winners of the Best Professional Business, 2011 Feilding Excellence in Business Awards. Shane, Lyndon & Jeanette Cotton Available on request at no additional charge; our 1939 Chevrolet Hearse Funeral Directors & Monumental Masons Members of FDANZ, NZEA and BIE 4218572AA W W William Cotton & Sons Ltd ACKNOWLEDGMENTS LOST FAN shaped clip on earring, silver spokes, spaces black and green, Monday 16th Jan, Feilding CBD, Reward. Ph 323 7806. GOLDEN WEDDINGS (50th) EVERETT --- HILL Ron and Nola were married 50 years ago on 20 January, 1962. Happy Anniversary. Love from the kids. ENGAGEMENTS MANLEY - MACPHEE Hayden and Olivia, together with their families, are delighted to announce their engagement. SITUATIONS VACANT Your Boutique Cinema and Café Experience CAFE COOK REQUIRED 4 Nights Thurs-Sun 4pm-8.30pm Focal Point is a boutique cinema and café offering customers an enjoyable night out in relaxed comfortable surroundings. An opportunity exists to join our team at Focal Point Feilding. We are looking for: • Start date:ASAP, but will wait for the right person • At least 1 years cafe experience • Bubbly fun person • Sales driven, team player • In charge of some ordering • Someone wanting a challenge and willing to try new ideas • Someone that is passionate about their work and presentation of food. In return we offer: • Hourly rate depending on experience • Bonus scheme based on daily turnover targets • Shift perks • Fun supportive growth path for the right person Please post your CV to: Focal Point Cinema P O Box 208, Feilding Applications close Tuesday 24 January 5pm 4315452AA NEWMAN, Nira. --- Thank you to one and all for the cards and ect. Thanks to Stewart Street Surgery, Marton Pharmacy and Edale. Many thanks to Nira s family and Jan Van Loo. TO LET Fun Honesty Innovation Professionalism Support Trust Applications are invited for the following position at the Feilding Public Library: Saturday Morning Library Assistant Duties include: • Books issued and returned and individual customer needs met • All books and other stock shelved correctly • Answer queries from members using library resources • Phone requests and renewals answered • Cash transactions undertaken accurately Personal skills and attributes: • Polite, friendly manner maintained at all times particularly under pressure • Able to work effectively in a team environment • Computer skills and knowledge of the internet would be of advantage • Previous library experience not essential Hours of work: Saturday morning from 9.00-12.00 on a roster. Roster is 6 Saturday mornings out of a 7 week cycle. Some additional hours may be available on a casual basis. To apply for this position please collect an application pack from the Feilding Public Library or the Manawatu District Council offices. Or email: firstname.lastname@example.org Applications close on Sunday 5th February 2012. Saturday Morning Library Assistant SITUATIONS WANTED CABINETMAKER/ HANDYMAN. For all jobs around the home. Ph John 027 498 4423 anytime. Affordable rates. DO YOU need a haircut? Mobile Hairdresser to your home. Ph (06) 323-3584. GARDENING jobs required. Phone Karen 06 322 1745. LAWNMOWING, gardens, odd jobs. Ph (06) 327 8040 or 0274 276 564, and furniture removal. SHED space for lease, 10m x 15m, with enclosed yard, $135p/w, in Halcombe. Ph 027 595 2039. MARTON, 3 bedrooms, large fenced section, pets ok. $180p/w. Phone 0274-781-741. MARTON 3 bdrm, very clean & tidy, refs reqd, no pets, $200pw, 2wks adv + 4wks bond. Ph 021 245 4289 no txts FEILDING, 3 bdrm, carport, $210 pw, Ph Maree@Rental Property Services, 323 6076 or 0276 873 294 (no texts). FEILDING, 2 bdrm flat, no dogs, $200 pw, Ph Maree@Rental Property Services, 323 6076 or 0276 873 294 (no texts). TO LET FEILDING 1 bedroom flat for rent. Fully refurbished with lovely kitchen & bathroom, airconditioning in lounge, Off street parking. Quiet tenants. No pets sorry. Ref & bond req $160pw. Ph 06 323 0220 WANTED TO RENT LIFESTYLE block, Feilding, Palmy area. Ph 06 323 8804 or 022 629 5015 LEASE LAND WANTED to lease/buy, approx 2 acres, close to Marton, for horse grazing/ riding. Ph (06) 327 7375. TO LEASE WORKSHOP & storage sheds. 3 sizes suitable for storage only, large storage, motorhome, boat etc. Workshop for small business. Ph 323 6110 4303704AA We have a good selection of RENTAL PROPERTIES ATTENTION LANDLORDS We have lots of demand for rentals right now, and offer a full Property Management Service. PH 06 323 0593 REAL ESTATE HOUSE MANAWATU MREINZ 47 Manchester St, Feilding Phone Wendy or Rebecca on: 06 323 0593 • www.rwfeilding.com Feilding Heayns Pl 1bm, includes power $160 Heatherlea Hts 2bm house, shed, off street parking $210 Kimbolton Rd 2 dbl bm unit, o/plan, c/port $210 Fraser Drv Large living area, log fire, dbl/g $290 Port St W 3bm house, shower, fire, fenced $200 Fair Cres 3bm + 2rm sleep out, s/g $250 Attlee Pl 4bm house, log fire, lrg s/g w/shop $315 Marton Otore St 4bm house, kent heater, s/g, fenced $200 Purnell St 2bm unit, o/plan, log fire, c/port $145 Bulls Hammond St 3bm house, sep living, s/g $190 Taumaihi St 3bm house, o/plan, log fire, dbl/g $185 Sanson Hedges St 3bm home, o/plan, dbl/g $240 Five records broken in one night's racing BIKE MANAWATU TRACK CYCLING Johnston Park, Feilding Results for Thursday, January 12. Tuesday night's racing was called off because of bad weather, so Thursday was the reserve day. Though the numbers may have been down, the talent clearly was not, because records were either set or broken on the mild, calm and overcast night. The night's racing was made up of a short handicap race, an indi- vidual pursuit record attempt, a one-lap time trial, a keirin race with some more individual record attempts, a long handicap race and more individual pursuit record attempts. The rider of the night award went to Sharon Hollenstein, who set a masters women's records in the 2000-metre individual pursuit, and the one-lap time trial in times faster than the senior women's records. Layal Goggin set a record in the 1 lap for Masters Men 7, and Brent Zimmerman set a record for the Masters Men 5 in a time faster than the record he holds for Masters Men 4. Sharon's husband Marcel set a record in the Masters Men 4 3000- metre individual pursuit. In total the night produced five new records. The long handicap race was a mix of grades and included a past regular competitor, Sjoerd van Wantendonk, who is home for a Christmas holiday before he returns to his European univer- sity. The eight-lap race had limit marker Carne Groube with a one- lap head start on scratch rider Jaycob Humphreys. At 60 metres Luuk van Wantendonk and Mar- cel Hollenstein were a little hard done by, because the handicapper confessed he had not factored in that they had both completed indi- vidual pursuits. Despite this they worked well together to push the pace and then once passed by Jaycob they maintained a steady margin to the end. Carne, who was on his own and pushing a small gear, stayed clear for a good number of laps, but the distance eventually took its toll. Sjoerd may be spending more time rowing a boat than riding a bike but he was able to demonstrate his fitness and his ability to grab a wheel and hang on -- as he did when Jaycob was able to pass with two laps to go. With 200 metres to go Jaycob sprinted to open a gap on Sjoerd and the steady hard- working duo of Luuk and Marcel showed true steel to come in third and fourth respectively. Results: Under-15 boys three-lap handi- cap: 1st Bryce Hirschberg. All in 3-lap handicap: 1st Jaycob Humphreys. 3000 metre individual pursuit Masters Men 4: Marcel Hollen- stein 4:08:28, record. Keirin, four laps, heat one: 1st Jaycob Humphreys. Heat 2, 1st Sjoerd van Wantendonk. 3000-metre senior men's indi- vidual pursuit: Luuk van Wanten- donk 4:15.16. All-in eight-lap handicap: 1st Jaycob Humphreys. 2000-metre individual pursuit Masters Women 2: Sharon Hollen- stein 3:04.20, record. Have your say on safer roads for motorcyclists The New Zealand Transport Agency (NZTA) wants to hear from motorcyclists on a new guide being developed to help authorities make roads and roadsides safer for riders. The draft Safer Journeys for Motorcycling guide has been pre- pared with input from MOTO NZ (the Motorcycle Safety Levy Advis- ory Council), road controlling authorities, and the ACC. One of the aims of the guide is to reduce the number of fatal and serious injury crashes involving motorcyclists on New Zealand roads by providing consistent best- practice guidance for those who design, build and maintain them. The draft guide was distributed to road-controlling authorities and other stakeholders in December, and to ensure the guide's success the NZTA is also keen to hear from individual riders and others with an interest in improving motorcycling safety. NZTA chief executive Geoff Dangerfield says the statistics show there is plenty of scope to make motorcycling safer in New Zealand. Looking at crash data per kilo- metre driven, the risk of a motor- cyclist being killed or seriously injured on New Zealand roads is 18 to 20 times higher than that of a car driver. There is much more that can be done to improve safety for motorcyclists, and this guide out- lines some practical steps that can be taken.'' While the guide is relevant for everyone interested in motorcycling safety, its primary focus is on how to create safer roads and roadsides, and it will be of particular interest to councils and others who implement safety treatments on high-risk motorcycling routes. The draft guide and submission forms are available online at: nzta.govt.nz/consultation/draft- safer-journeys-for-motorcycling- guide/index.html. The deadline for contributions is Friday, January 27. It is expected that the final ver- sion of the safety guide will be available in March.
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