Western Leader : February 18th 2011
5 WESTERN LEADER, FEBRUARY 18, 2011 NEWS SUMMER DEALS ESTWING CLAW HAMMER • 20oz • Curved claw • Fibreglass handle #E-MRF20C H3 CCA Gauged 150X50 H4 CCA R/Sawn 100x100 200X50 $1990 $726 $540 LM LM LM LM 2.4m $1283 EA 3.0m $1589 EA $49000 WE'VE GOT DEALS & PRODUCT FOR YOUR DIY PROJECTS WH WH H W WH W WH WEN EN EN E U UA UA UAP P P P PA PA A A A P PA PA P I I I IT IT IT TM M M M W W W W W W W W W WHHHH H H K KU KU U U E E E EU U U U U IT T ITTTTM M M M M M M M KKKKU KUUUUM M M M M M M M M M M S SW SW W SW SW A A ANNN AN AN N O SO SO SO SSS SW W W W W W W W WAAA A A A AN AN NNN N N NS S S SSS N N N T T IT I ITT T O OOOOOON NNN N N N N N N N N NNN N IIIIIII I I ITT IT IT TTT T TM M M M M M M P PPPPPh h hhh. . . 888 833 3 3 3 3 322 2 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 0 0099 9 9 888 8 8 8333 3 3 3 3 3 32 2222 2 000 0 0000000 02 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 222 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 20 0 000 0 09999 9 9O Op O O e eM M M M Mn n ona da a a ay y S S Stu u u t tu tu u tu tu u d r O O O O O O O O Op p p p p p p ppp p p a a a a a ay y yyyy WHENUAPAI ITM 2 Ai tR d Ph 416 8164 KUMEU ITM 154 M i R d Ph 412 8148 K & Wh i O 7 D SWANSON ITM 2 O'N ill R d Ph. 832 0209 Open Monday -- Saturday FISCO PROFESSIONAL LEVEL •3vile • 120mm • Carry bag included #FSL-120 $8990 WATTYL FORESTWOOD EXTERIOR STAINS Range of colours available Traditional: Adds colour & protects. Ideal for smooth and rough sawn timber 5 litres $69.00 10 litres $134.90 Aquatech: Ideal for rough sawn and weathered timber. Adds natural colour 5 litres $67.00 10 litres $129.00 HITACHI COMPOUND MITRE SAW 255mm 1520 watt Lightweight and compact design Mitre cuts 52deg left & right #C10FCE2 ITM ROLLER KIT ITM 3-PACK BRUSH SET • 230mm • Roller tray, sleeve & handle #ITM230KIT • 25mm/50mm/75mm • Premium synthetic material $1990 $770 PREMIUM DECKING JOISTS FENCE POSTS Pine Wet H3CCA D4S 100X25mm 100x40mm griptread or smooth profile $327 $390 $991EA HALF ROUNDS #1 H4 165mm + face 1.8m • Full range of timber available • Comprehensive Quotes • Fencing • Retaining • Landscaping • Ply • Decking • Houselot supply • Precut/Prenail 15% DISCOUNT for Priority Card holders for 2011 ITM Hamilton 400 Admission Passes Check details on-line www.itm.co.nz R $966 EA 1.8m FREE Jellybean Pack (While stocks last) Apply in-store www.itm.co.nz w www.pinepac.co.nz BONUS 190mm CIRC SAW WIN 1OF3 ITM RACING PACKS Simply bring this ad into any store, complete your details and you're in the draw. 3 packs to be given away: Contains CAP, HOODIE and Limited Edition CREW SHIRT NAME ........................................................................ CONTACT PHONE ....................................................... Draw closes 4 March 2011 EVERY SATURDAY 6PM -- MIDNIGHT 200 Amazing stalls • Food, Fashion, Fun 50 Authentic food stalls cooking up tasty "street snacks" and delicacies from around the world Free live entertainment. (All weather fully undercover) Phone 09 576 5223 or 027 689 9520 www.aucklandnightmarket.co.nz Witty with a heart of gold By NICOLA MURPHY Missed: Frank Whitten, who played Grandpa Ted on Outrageous Fortune, died last Saturday aged 68. Frank Whitten is remembered as a man of lethal wit and a heart of gold by his Outrageous Fortune colleagues. He played Grandpa Ted on the popu- lar television show. Robyn Malcolm played his daughter- in-law Cheryl West in the series and says he will be greatly missed. We all respected him enormously but in good Outrageous' spirit we treated him with the disrespect and irreverence he loved,'' she says. Mr Whitten died of cancer on Saturday at the age of 68. He lived in Henderson but travelled widely for work. One of his first New Zealand roles was in Vincent Ward's film Vigil in 1984. He was best known for his role as Grandpa Ted on Outrageous For- tune for which he won a best support- ing actor award at the Air New Zea- land Screen Awards in 2007. He also featured as the rugged farmer in Speights advertisements and uttered the famous line: Good on ya mate.'' Friendship blossoms Good mates: Karen Bonneywell and Mick Hallam have tea together every Tuesday. Photo: NICOLA MURPHY By NICOLA MURPHY Karen Bonneywell found herself with some time on her hands after her two sons started school and preschool. She decided to do something charitable and signed up with Age Concern Auckland to be a volun- teer visitor. She was paired up with 84-year- old Mick Hallam, who lives in Henderson. Mrs Bonneywell is still visiting Mr Hallam more than a year later and they are good friends. I just wanted to help someone out,'' she says. But the Swanson resident soon found that she was receiving as much as she was giving. He's become a good friend and he gives me tips on my gardening.'' Mr Hallam looks forward to the visits from Mrs Bonneywell. I need something like this -- otherwise I would sit here and vegetate. We always have lots to dis- cuss,'' he says. I wish she was my daughter.'' Age Concern Auckland is look- ing for other volunteer visitors to be paired up with isolated or eld- erly people in their community. Manager Sue Campin says visitors are a set of ears for the older person to share their mem- ories with. A little companionship and friendship can make a huge differ- ence to an older person who has limited mobility and socialis- ation,'' she says. Mrs Campin says the older per- son often gets involved with the lives of their visitor's family such as going to watch their children play sport but this is expected. Volunteers need to be mature, reliable and able to commit to an hour a week over a period of time. Phone Mrs Campin on 820-2713 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
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