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The Centralian advocate Tue 15 Apr 2008

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Title

The Centralian advocate Tue 15 Apr 2008

Collection

Centralian Advocate; NewspaperNT

Date

2008-04-15

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Language

English

Subject

Community newspapers -- Northern Territory -- Alice Springs; Tennant Creek (N.T.) -- Newspapers; Alice Springs (N.T.) -- Newspapers.; Australia, Central -- Newspapers

Publisher name

Nationwide News Pty. Limited

Place of publication

Alice Springs

Volume

v. 61 no. 93

File type

application/pdf

Use

Copyright. Made available by the publisher under licence.

Copyright owner

Nationwide News Pty. Limited

License

https://www.legislation.gov.au/Details/C2019C00698

Parent handle

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/233385

Citation address

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/657373

Page content

Centralian Advocate, Tuesday, April 15, 2008 19 BIRTHS CLARK/ BUTLER Aaron & Alyce are proud to announce the safe arrival of gorgeous SHAE Born 8th April 2008, weighing 3.5kgs. Many thanks Jenny Kenna, for your amazing help, and the maternity staff, Alice Springs Hospital. ITS A GIRL SHAE CLARK Proud Grandmas Kerri-Ann & Debb congratulate our very clever children for our beautiful granddaughter, Shae. There will be no problems getting babysitters. Love to your little family. 1036749v2 Carli-Seebohm Twins have finally arrived. D, Steve and Flynn welcome Bridie Matisse, 7lb 3oz & Jett Matteo, 8lb 2oz. 2nd April, 2008. Thanks to all ASH Midwives and especially Dr Hughes, Chris, Pat and Leanne. 1096520v2 DEATHS Mary Kelly 23/08/1924 to 31/03/2008 Passed away peacefully at Jamestown Hospital. Our much loved mum, you lived an extraordinary life. You had an incredible strength from your beginning as an only child right up until the end. We will always remember a woman of faith, love and true family values, never missing an opportunity to celebrate the special moments. You instilled an amazing sense of love and respect in us for life and each other, the sisters meetings will live on and we will continue our search for the perfect handy hint. We will miss you but are thankful knowing that you are surely dancing with dad by now. Loving wife of Joseph (dec), loved mum to Brian, Christine, Kevin, Julie, Kate, Kevin, Mel, Blue, Michael, Mary-Ellen, Ellie, Neville, Jo, Pat, Speed, Charles, Rick, Liz, Chris, Cathy, Col, Thommo, Bazz and Karen. Loved Nanna of 33 grandchildren including; Jim, Ellis, Paddy, Rosie and Will. 1054518v4 Email your classifieds to: cenclassies@ntn.newsltd.com.au BIRTHDAYS Happy 18th Matty Rosier Play on & Kick a goal. Love Dad, Mum, Shannan & Brodie. 1046325v2 You made it! Happy 21st Birthday Luv Mum, Brad, Ben, Nanna & all the family. 1038608v2 DEATHS LANE, Joanne (Smith). A wonderful lady taken too soon. Miss you Jo. Sister-inlaw Patsy and Aunty to Steven, Trevor and Michael. Nanna to Clarice. 1019424v1 LANE, Joanne. Fond memories of our valued family friend. Carolyn and Jeanette Cook. 1002057v1 LANE, Joanne. We have memories to cherish each day of a friend we cared for but could not stay. Memories of a friend we loved and will remember forever. Love Karl, Rebecca, Josh, Curtly, Jamie. 1003377v2 DEATHS IN MEMORY OF JOANNE LANE A stalwart employee of Sunrise Health, Joanne will be sadly missed. On behalf of fellow workmates and Board Members, our condolences to family and friends. 1074956v2 THANKS SCHEMBRI, Ronda and family would like to thank everyone for their condolences, floral tributes and their presence at Franks funeral service. We were overwhelmed by the response we received. 1000376v4 PUBLIC NOTICES CLASSIFIEDS BOOKING DEADLINES FOR THURSDAY 24 APRIL 2008 EDITION Display & Semi ads, email and/or copy: Centralian Advocate Office - noon Tuesday 22 April Line ads: Newsagencies - 2pm Monday 21 April & Centralian Advocate Office - noon Wednesday 23 April Please note the Centralian Advocate office will be closed for the ANZAC Day Public Holiday on Friday 25 April 2008. 1041590v2 D E PA R T M E N T O F E M P L O Y M E N T, E D U C AT I O N A N D T R A I N I N G www.deet.nt.gov.au Whats happening in Territory schools on Thursday The Department of Employment, Education and Training advises that the Australian Education Union is taking industrial action all day on Thursday 17 April 2008. The industrial action will disrupt school programs during this time. A notice will be sent home to all parents advising the level of supervision available at their school. Please contact your school for further information. Hotlines will operate in each region: Alice Springs and Barkly Arnhem Katherine Darwin - 8951 7029 - 8987 0457 - 8973 8903 - 8999 5606 The 22nd Centralian Eisteddfod 1st - 10th August, 2008. The FREE Syllabus is now available at Dymocks, Araluen Box Office, and all schools have a copy. The complete Syllabus is also available and downloadable at our website; www.centralianeisteddfod.org Please note: Changes have been made to the DANCE sections. The Debating will commence week of 11th August. All the best participants. 1019023v1 LOST & FOUND MISSING Saturday morning from Kekwick Ave. Ginger, grey and white female cat. Pink collar with two bells. Phone 8952 2462 or 8953 5666. 1004586v1 PUBLIC NOTICES ESCAPE ClinicalHYPNOSIS STOPSMOKING& otherTREATMENTSAPRIL1424 MaryCrabbePSYCHOLOGISTPH89521285 mostprivatehealthfundsproviderebates ROAD CLOSURE NPY Womens Council, in accordance with the Traffic Act, Section 8 (43A), would like to advise a road closure for the corner of Gregory Terrace and Todd Street from 11:00am to 11:45am on Wednesday 16th April 2008 for marchers participating in the Turn Down the Tap Grog Rally. We apologise for any inconvenience. For further information, please contact 8958 2346. 1063652v3 MAKE A FELT HAT with tutor Kathy Frank at Central Craft workshop Araluen Cultural Precint, Larapinta Drive. Saturday 26th April, 2008. 10.00am - 4.00pm. $55 members $65 non members. Enquires and enrolments please phone Central Craft on 8952 4417. 1029071v1 IF drinking is a problem, Alcoholics Anonymous may be able to help. Make your start today and call 8953 0802. 1049041V1 RUST & TANNIC DYEING & PRINTING with Tutor Philomena Hali at Central Craft workshop. Saturday 19th April, 2008. 10.00am - 3.00pm. Araluen Cultural Precint, Larapinta Drive. No experince necessary, $55 members $65 non members. Enquires and enrolments please phone Central Craft on 8952 4417. 1024398v3 PUBLIC NOTICES MAIN OFFICE: Gate 2, 3 Wilkinson Street, PO Box 8921,Alice Springs NT 0871; Tel: (08) 8958 2345; Fax: (08) 8952 3742; Email: enquiries@npywc.org.au Website: www.npywc.org.au GROG MARCH Turn Down the Tap Wednesday 16th April, 2008 10:30 am - Meet Council Lawns, Alice Springs 11:00 am - March to Uniting Church Lawns NPY Womens Council and CAYLUS are organising another Grog March. The rally is an opportunity for Central Australian residents to continue the call for better grog restrictions in Alice Springs and the region, especially: To set higher prices for high content alcohol through setting a minimum price benchmark of 90c per standard drink; To introduce a take away free day in Alice Springs; To reduce the number of liquor outlets; For more information call Tristan/Blair at CAYLUS: 8951 4236 Sandy at NPY Womens Council: 8958 2345. 1079988v2 SHIBORI & INDIGO DYEING with Tutor Philomena Hali at Central Craft workshop Araluen Cultural Precint, Larapinta Drive. Saturday 26th April, 2008. 9.30am - 4.00pm. $80 members $95 non members Enquires and enrolments please phone Central Craft on 8952 4417. 1031407v1 TEXTILE WORK IN THE UK Talk and Presentation by Irish artist Mary Crehan. Central Craft Workshop Araluen Cultural Precint, Larapinta Drive. Tuesday 22nd April, 2008. 5.30pm - 7.00pm. No charge. Enquires and enrolments please phone Central Craft on 8952 4417. 1025267v1


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