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'Flu epidemic takes savage toll on schools A 'FLU epidemic raging on the Capricorn Coast has taken a savage toll on hundreds of school students with up to 100 absent from Yeppoon High School on one day. At Sacred Heart, with a total enrolment of about 210, 51 were absent with 'flu on one day. It was a similar situation at St Ursula's College and Emu Park State school. The only school which seemed to avoid the worst of it was St Brendan's College. A Yeppoon High School spokesman said the worst period had been three weeks ago, when for about three days, up to 100 students were off sick each day. She said even the teachers had been affected by the
Jack Thompson visiting Coast as guest of CCTO THE , Capri494-n Coast Tourist Organisation will 1516 host to top actor Jack Thompson who will spend four days on the Coast from tomorrow. He is filming a series to be called Jack Thompson Down Under which will be televised around Australia by Channel 10. Mark Tanner, formerly of Simon Townsend's Wonder World, is in charge of the production. Mark Tanner is well known on the Coast, especially to CCTO members, because he was their guest two years ago when the organisation arranged for 14 stories to be shown on the Simon Townshend show. A film crew of five will accompany Jack Thompson and Mark Tanner: The new TV series will feature personalities and identities as well as places of interest. CCTO secretary Brian Hooper said anyone who feels they could be in the running to hit the nation's TV screens could - 'phone him on 39 3841. "The production crew will also be filming our off-shore islands, so nothing but good publicity should result from the visit," Mr Hooper said. Free accommodation will be provided by CCTO members who will also provide free island cruise trips and transport. CCTO president Howard Rodda said a car was required for the crew's usage and any offers in this area would be gratefully acknowledged. A welcoming function will be held early next week for the visitors and members will be notified as soon as details are known.
'flu virus with about two each day reporting sick during the same period. The number of absentees through illness is now decreasing with about 30 to 40 students missing school each day. Emu Park State Primary School has had one of its worst years with a number of students missing school with-Various forms of the 'flu, tonsilitis and colds. Principal Dennis Wex said students had been harder hit this year with illness than in past years. Some students had taken a long time to get over their illness and it had taken its toll on the school, Mr Wex said. "A fresh outbreak of colds this week was also affecting children," he said. Recurring 'flu cases have also taken their toll on. Yeppoon State Primary School students, principal Coral Deeth said this week. She said a lot of 'flu varieties had "taken its toll" on students. "It has eased up but a lot of children have had recurrences of the illness," she said. It seems the worst period was about two to three weeks ago but it was now easing up. The 'flu virus affected 30 students out of 230 during the worst week at St Ursula's College. A spokesman said that at one time or another the whole school had had the 'flu and about 30 students had missed classes. She said it had been one of the worst epidemics 0 CONTINUED ON PAGE 2
0 ABOVE: Kristin Scarlett proudly displays the trophies she won at the Rockhampton Eisteddfod. She was placed in five of her eight events as well as two aggregate trophies.
COAST DAN CER WINS TOP TROPHIES COAST dancer Kristin Scarlett scooped the pool when she won two major aggregate trophies this week at the Rockhampton Eisteddfod. Kristin was placed in five of her eight events as well two aggregate trophies. Kristin, a 15-year-old student at .the Jan Moore Academy of dancing was taking part in her sixth year of Eisteddfod competitions around the Central Queensland area. The north Queensland town of Carmila was the starting place of Kristin's dancing career when only 7.but after two years her family moved to the Coast and she continued her studies with the Jan Moore Academy. Under the guidance of instructor Jan Moore and assistant instructor Lyall Gudmann, Kristin is now preparing for her Intermediate ballef exam next year. However during her time with the academy Kristin has been selected to dance with the Queensland Young Dancers company which travelled to Gladstone, Rockhampton and Mackay giving ballet performances.
She is also now preparing for an audition which could see her dancing with the Australian Ballet Company in Melbourne, if accepted. Kristin's mother. Lynette said auditions would be held in October and results given at a later date. Kristin has been following in the footsteps of other Central Queensland dancers including the Benjamin sisters Fiona, Madonna and Leanne, Karen Donnovan and Kate Agnew, who all excelled at dancing. To be selected by the Australian academy is an honour and reward for the many hours of practice. Kristin travels to Rockhampton three times a week for lessons. On Tuesday and Thursday for two-and-a-half hours and then on Saturday for a further four hours. It is demanding but Kristin enjoys the hours put in and doesn't mind the practice. Her time and effort was rewarded this week after she scooped the pool in some of her dancing sections. Kristin was first in the under 18 years Kay 10.
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Swales cup for Point Solo with a score of 85 points. Kristin competed against 19 other dancers in the section. She won the 15 years and under 18 Demicharacter from 10 other dancers. Second place was given to Kristin in the 15 years and under 18 Ballet Improvisation after scoring 86 points, half a-point away from the winner. She also came second in the Song and Dance section but missed out on a position in 0 CONTINUED ON PAGE 7
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D CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1 experienced for years at the school. Sacred Heart Primary School principal Clive Steele said there wasn't one day this term when the whole school had assembled because of the 'flu. he described the 'flu virus which swept the school as 'savage' and the worst to hit the school in his four years at Sacred Heart. In the first week of August, the school population of 214 was hard hit. On Monday, August 3, 48 students were absent; 43 missed school on Tuesday, August 4; 37 on August 5; 49 on August 6 and 51 on August 7. Most classes had suffered effects of the 'flu. Mr Steele said he thought the virus was now easing ... but last week year one students again were dealt a blow with an average Of eight away each day. he said there were only 41 year one students and at the week's end, a total of 41 had missed school. Not even the teachers could avoid the 'flu. "Some took a few days off but many should have stayed home but turned up to school," Mr Steele said. He said the 'flu had flattened a lot of people and althought not as bad as earlier this term, the school was yet to claim 100 per cent attendance. Although not as greatly affected as a number of other schools, St Brendan's College had an average of 10 students each day absent through 'flu. However, it did reach 20 per day but this was only during the worst period experienced by the school about two to three weeks ago. The school's sister, Shirley Perkins, said ithad been a nasty sort of 'flu with a lot of students in worse condition than they may have looked. She said that because the school had boarding facilities, the virus had been contained and hadn't really reached epidemic proportions. The 'flu is now in its down-hill stage with the school and cases have decreased.
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.• • 0 ABOVE: Work started this week on a round-about for the intersection of Queen and Arthur Streets, Yeppoon. Drainage, kerbs and pavement will be improved.
NEW ROUND-ABOUT IN TOWN WORK has started at the intersection of Included in budgeted costs will be curb reconQueen and Arthur Streets toimprove the drain- struction, pavement work and improvements to age, curbs, pavement and construct a round-adrainage. bout. Mr Murphy advises drivers who frequently Shire Engineer Pat Murphy said the work at use the road to find analternative route while the intersection had been listed in the budget construction work is being carried out. and was scheduled to start on Monday. And, He said the roads would be disrupted and weather permitting, the work was expected to closed for extensive periods and it would be last about two to three weeks, Mr Murphy said. preferable for drivers to use another road to avoid any disruptions.
Pineapple Festival organisers put final touches to 21st celebrations THE 21st Pineapple Festival will be held from September 30 to October 4 and the Lions Club organisers hope that it will be an event which will long be remembered. Entries are now being received from Princesses in the Pineapple Queen Quest and the Charity Queen section. The main prize for the queen is a holiday for two for a week at Brampton Island, given by Australia Airlines. The charity queen will be guests of the Capricorn Iwasaki Resort for a free holiday. Various Yeppoon business have also contributed. This year is the inauguration of the Woody's 1000 Pineapple Obstacle Race. Woody's Convenience Store is offering a $1000 cash prize. Heats will be run at the showground a wekk before the festival and the grand final will be held in the heart of Yeppoon. Entrants over 17 years can get forms at the store. As well as the $1000, the winner also receives a replica of the perpetual trophy. It will be a festival of excitement with a fireworks display, a beachfront mardi gras, a garden expo, crab race and underwater treasure hunt on the main beach. The Pineapple Procession will be a
Budget 'great news MEMBER for Broadsound Denis Hinton said $10 million set aside in the State Budget for Rosslyn Bay Harbour works was "great news for tourism and great news for the Capricorn Coast". He said Rosslyn Bay was the only harbour specifically named in the budget. "It is tremendous news for Central Queensland and means the start of the harbour's northern wall is certain to start this year," he said. Mr Hinton said the Premier's commitment in the budget was a recognition by the government for the specific case he had put forward for upgrading the harbour and for increased tourism and professional and amateur fishing onthe Coast.
spectacle not be missed and the climax of festivities will be the Calypso Cabaret at the town hall where the Pineapple and Charity Queens will be crowned. The Trinidad Calypso Steel Band will provide the music for the cabaret. Other entertainment is still being organised such as fashion parades,outdoor continental cooking, wine and cheese tasting and a pet parade. The Yeppoon Arts Society will have its usual display of the work by its many talented members at the town hall. The display will be on show during the official opening and after.
Cancer appeal needs drivers THE annual Queensland Cancer fund appeal will be held on the Coast tomorrow (Sunday). Yeppoon co-ordinator Ernie O'Sullivan and Emu Park's co-ordinator Matthew Hoch are still looking for drivers and collectors. Mr O'Sullivan said students from Yeppoon High school, St Ursula's College and St Brendan's College had offered their services to help with collections but all offers of help would be accepted. Collections will be made between 9am and noon on Sunday and interested volunteers can contact Mr O'Sullivan on 39 1110 (work), or 39 1327(home), and Mr Hoch on 39 6308. Special donation envelopes had been delivered door-to-door this week and the volunteers are needed to collect them. Mr O'Sullivan said he wanted total community support for the appeal which had already raised money for32 different cancer research projects in Queensland. Mr O'Sullivan said the appeal was absolutely vital if work by the Cancer fund continued in the field of cancer research, education, treatment and service.
DIVISION one councillor Duncan McDonald has submitted a notice of motion to council which could determine the future of division boundaries. Cr McDonald said this week the motion would be tabled at the September meeting next week. He said it asked council to undertake a review of boundaries and membership level in the shire with a future aim of changing the boundaries in the shire. "Rural areas in division's one and two should be separated from the Coastal urban strip and also look at instituting a ward system similar to Rockhampton's system," Cr McDonald said. Boundaries would be determined with equitable population distribution and by unimproved capital value, he said. "I think it's a good idea to separate the urban and rural areas because it would give the rural areas better representation," Cr McDonald said.
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4 — Capricorn Coast Mirror September 12 —.September 18i-1987 PREGNANT, nursing and:bottle feeding mothers are invited to a get-to-know-you coffee morning in Bell Park, Emu Park, on Tuesday, September 15 from 9.30am. The morning has been organised by Nursing Mothers and you don't have to be breast-feeding your child ... babies on bottles for one reason or another still have problems and that's what Nursing Mothers is all about. Everyone is welcome ... new, expecting and experienced mothers. If you are curious about Nursing Mothers, contact Di Richmond, 39 6618 and have a talk with her.
ON September 19 an exhibition will open at the Paint Pot Gallery to display the works of Jan Collins, Doreen Bressington, Marie Baylis and Dave Woodward. o o o EMU PARK Pre-School fundraising morning will be held on Monday, September 14 at the CWA Hall ... a le4b and books display. The morning starts at 10am and there will be morning tea.
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SATURDAY, September 19 is the date for the annual Capricorn Orchid and Foliage Club garden party and fashion parade, which will be held at the home of Frank and Mavis Phipps, Johnson Road, The Caves (next to Gangalook). The function starts at 1.30pm with stall selling cakes, tarts, sweets, soft drinks and plants. There will be lucky door prize, raffles and other giveaways. The fashion parade by Fiona Fashions starts at 2pm and the models are Kay Hooper, Fern Walker, Liz Perry, Dell Mylrea, Sharyn Philp, Chris Fraser, Lesley Pukk and Annetteliyan. Other features are an orchid and indoor plant display and free afternoon tea. Admission is $2 and table bookings can be made by contacting Mavis, 34 2719. ❑
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FORMER Yeppoon residents, Nick and Glad Darcy, celebrated their 65th wedding anniversary last Friday ... less than a month after a round of functions marking Nick's 90th birthday. The Darcy's now live at Lourdes Home, Toowoomba. To mark the anniversary the Nuns who run the home arranged a special Mass for the couple, who, with daughter Shirley McBride and daughter-in-law Marie Darcy, sat at the foot of the altar. Nick's entry into the ranks of the nonagenarians was marked by a birthday party at'the home of son-in-law and daughter Ross and Shirley McBride in Toowoomba and was attended by Nick's relatives and then again at the Toowoomba Senior Citizens bingo Nick was presented with a birthday cake by vice president Vi harth who has made 10 cakes for 90-year-olds and one for 100-year-old. In a letter to Bill Shuttlewood, Nick said he received so many cards and messages from Yeppoon pensioners and indoor bowlers that it was impossible to answer them all ... thank you to all who sent messages (this is via Bill Shuttlewood). Glad Darcy will be 86 on Tuesday, September 15. Coast residents who attended the Toowoomba party for Nick were his niece Patricia King and her husband Bill.
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❑ ABOVE: For the first time in at least four years 90-year-old Leonard Turner has had his family together. Mr Turner's son and daughter, grandson and granddaughter and four great-grandchildren gathered to celebrate his birthday. Four generations of male Turners lined up to have their picture taken. Son Jack, grandson Peter and great-grandson Matthew all travelled from Sydney for the birthday. Distance has meant the family is unable to make the trip as often as they would like ... it is four years since Jack saw his dad. However, the family is certainly making up for lost time and have spent the week reminiscing with each other. Present were: daughter Joyce Todd; grand-daughter Sue McLaughlin and husband Graham, great-grand-daughters, Kerry and Lynda McLaughlin, Rebecca Turner and her mother Rosemary Turner.
FOLLOWING are the results of the St James Spring Fair held in Yeppoon Town Hall recently. Trophies were presented to first prize winners and card for second. Single rose: Mrs M Baglow, Mrs E Warwick; bowl of roses, Mrs Streeter, Mrs T Yorkstone; bowl of three roses (variety), Mrs M Baglow, Mrs J Wood; vase of double Gerberas, Mrs M Brown, Mrs Wells; single gerberas, Mrs D Patzwold, Mrs A Abel; pink flowers, Mrs C Ziebell, Mrs E Warwick; red flowers, both to Mrs E Warwick; white flowers, both again to Mrs E Warwick; Lavender or blue flowers, Mrs C Ziebell, Mrs M Headrick; yellow or orange, Mrs E Warwick, Mrs M Biggs; bulbous flowers, Mrs Standing, Mrs C Ziebell; mixed flowers, Mrs E Warwick, Mrs D Morgan; Phlox, Mrs L McCamley, Mr J Bunt; geraniums, Mrs A Abel, Mrs M Headrick; Statice, both to Mrs E Warwick; no entries for Hippiastrums; bowl of flowers not mentioned, Mrs E Warwick, Mrs I West; sweet peas, Mr G Freeman, Mrs C Chilman; most attractive pot plant (to be sold), Mrs Rene West; one spike gladioli, no entries; best saucer arrangment (children's section), Sandra Arnold, Nicole Millers; Azaleas, Mrs R West, Mrs E Creed. Banana cake, Mrs A Abel, Mrs D Abel; iced sponge, Mrs D Engel; iced chocolate cake bar, Mrs A Abel, Mrs M Headrick; iced orange bar or loaf cake (butter mixture) both to Mrs M Headrick; half dozen lamingtons (butter mixture), both to Mrs A Abel; half dozen pikelets, Mrs D Engel, Mrs E Morgan; half dozen small iced cakes, both to Mrs A Abel; filled tart shell in alfoil plate, Mrs H Kennedy; plain scones, Mrs M Headrick, Mrs E Morgan; Kentish cake (loaf or bar), Mrs D Abel; Sultana loaf or bar cake, Mrs H Kennedy won both; boiled fruit cake, Mrs M Condon, Mrs R West; date or fruit loaf, both to Mrs A Abel; cakes not listed, both to Mrs A Abel; pumpkin scones, Mrs M Headrick, Mrs D Ward. Best jar grapefruit marmalade, both to Mrs Rene West; jar cumquat marmalade, Mrs C Freeman, Mrs M Condon; sweet orange marmalade, Mrs M Headrick, Mrs C Freeman; Roselle jam, Mrs R West, Mrs E Breakspear; strawberry jam, both to Mrs R West; pineapple jam, both to Mrs R West; melon and lemon jam, Mrs R West; tomato jam, Mrs R West; Lemon cheese, Mrs R West, Mrs M Dyer; pickles, Mrs E Breakspear, Mrs D Ward; chutney, Mrs R West, Mrs C Freeman; any variety, Mrs R West, Mrs M Condon. Article made from scraps, both to Mrs M Fraser; most useful apron, Mrs D Ward, Mrs A Abel; cross-stitch article on gingham, both to Mrs A Abel; tea cosy, Mrs M Brown, Mrs C Freeman; novelty article, Mrs A Abel, Mrs M Fraser; crocheted centre, Mrs D Ward, Mrs M Brown; coathanger, Mrs A Abel, Mrs M Brown; stuffed toy, both to Mrs A Abel; best hobbytex article, both to Mr B Walters. o
DATE CLAIMER: Saturday, October 10. Garden fete at Jo Rundle's home, Zilzie for the Blue Nursing Seryice. ❑
CAPRICORN Toastmasters Club will hold its third speech competition on Wednesday, September 16 at 7.30pm in the Yeppoon CWA Hall. The topic is humourous speeches and the evening is expected to be entertaining. Judges from Boomerang and Rockhampton Toastmasters clubs were at the Coast club's first two competitions. Impromptu 'Cold Feet' speech winners were Harold Vaughan, Morag Clay and Glynis Cumming. Harold Vaughan, Pauline Griffith and Glynis Cumming won the evaluation competition when they assessed a speech by president Morag Clay called 'A biting problem'.
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Captiavut Coaatehte YOU have one last chance to see Yeppoon Choral Society's presentation of the The Merry Widow tonight (Saturday) in Yeppoon Town Hall at 7.45pm. Last Saturday's production was enjoyed by 250 people and congratulations flowed to the cast and helpers ... it is an excellent show. If you haven't already booked a ticket, they are available from Stewart and Brumm Chemists or at the door ($6 for adults and $4 students and pensioners). O
APPLETON Park was the venue for an open-air birthday party on Wednesday afternoon last week when 33 Yeppoon Indoor Bowling Club members gathered to wish fellow member Mary Miller a happy 70th birthday. •Those who attended bought tea, cakes, scones and sandwiches for the delightful afternoon tea. On her arrival Mary was Presented with a corsage made by YIBC member Nell Nichols. Senior YIBC vice president Vera Farlow wished Mary many happy returns and presented her with a card signed by all present. Vera then invited Mary to cut the beautifully iced cake which was distributed to those present. Those who attened were: Frank and Ivy Howard, Ron and Freda Hancock, Ken and Alma Jones, Andy and May Hobkirk, Cec and Mavis- Brown, Harry and Jean Whiteacre, Andy and Ann Lehmann, George and Mary Miller, Bill and Thelma Shuttlewood, Vera Farlow, Florence Collins, Vi Robson, Kat h Mcllwraith, Dorothy Sutherland, Sylvia Cousin, Ellen L'Estrange, May Stockley, Rowena Stevens, Ann Brown, Marie Zonca, Marj Birkett, Olive Crawford, Jack Rumpf and Tom Poole. O
ENDEAVOUR Foundation, Capricorn Coast sub branch, will have a mini cent sale and housie on Wednesday, September 16 starting at 10am at Yeppoon Town Hall. There will be morning tea and lucky door number and the cost is one dollar. O
NEW and Pregnant Parents Support will hold a public meeting on Monday, September 14 at 10am. The venue is 41 Matthew Flinders Drive, Cooee Bay. Terry Gordon will lead an open discussion on women's sexuality, contraception and other items. For further information phone, 39 4523. O
THE Capricorn Coast Society of Arts will have a meeting at the Paint-Pot Gallery on Wednesday, September 18.
SALLY and Doug Black are home after a three month trip overseas ... they met up with their daughter and that added to the enjoyment. Sally said that meat was terribly expensive in England as well as on the Continent, but there were lots of lovely fruit and vegetables.
WHAT is a cavy? It is a guinea pig and there are quite a few Coast people who are interested in showing and breeding them. A club has been formed in the Rockhampton district for juniors, seniors and families to learn about the care, showing and breeding of guinea pigs. If you are interested, contact Rhonda Gray, 39 7967. O
THIS is a reminder that the art society's mural workshops are held weekly instead of monthly at the town hall.
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DATE CLAIMER: Thursday, September 24, 9.30am. Cent sale and morning tea (60 cents) at Emu Park CWA Hall with raffles and lucky door. Organised by Emu Park Lioness Club. O
TICKETS are available at McDougall's Savemore fro the Yeppoon Lioness Music Hall on September 26 at the Masonic Hall. Admission is $8 and the fun starts at 8pm. O
YEPPOON high school Expo-Fair organisers thank everyone who donated, helped and bought at the Expo-Fair. The afternoon was a great success ... but there are some goodies left. They will be part of a cent sale in October ... lots of bargains. o 0 o YEPPOON'S get-together group will go to Thompson's Point on Tuesday (September 15). Take morning tea and lunch. The group will leave from the Community Health Centre, Anzac Parade at 10am. Everyone is welcome and if you-want to know more about the group contact 391469. O
JOHN and Vera Walker thank, most sincerely, all the good neighbours and friends who inundated them with flowers, fruit, cooked food and soup ... as well as loving attention, during their bout of 'flu. Vera said that they will always remember with deep gratitude the immediate response to their plight. o o ❑ THE September social of the Yeppoon Pensioners League will be held in the town hall on Tuesday, September 15, starting at 1pm. Comperes Marje Cornell and Phyl Rumpf promise another variety afternoon with audience participation. There will be community singing and dancing and you don't have to be a member of the pensioners league to attend the socials. o ❑ 0 THE Bush Children's Home in Todd Avenue has $178.40 as a result of the Giggle and Gossip afternoon held at Capricorn Iwasaki Resort on Monday. Matron Campbell received the money on behalf of the home and thanked the 75 women for their generosity. Chi Chi Murray was guest speaker and she explained brain damage in layman's terms. The next Giggle and Gossip will be on Melbourne Cup day as a joint exercise with the resort and includes a fashion parade. Melbourne Cup day is November 3, so, there will be plenty of time to get ready for that.
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New cruise boat THE luxurious 5500,000 13 metre Golden Phoenix cruiser started operations last week adding a new standard of service for Great Keppel Island day trippers. Three 120hp diesel engines can thrust the Golden Phoenix through the sea at around 25 knots offering a quick getaway for today's smart set. Skipper Chris Hacker said the Hydrofield craft normally cruised at 15 knots to ensure all passengers enjoyed the conditions. The craft's first cruise started on Saturday morning and about 16 passengers lapped up the luxury visiting Great Keppel Island. They had lunch at Great Keppel and either lazed on the beach or took part in strenuous activities such as snorkelling or riding a jet-ski. For those who wanted to see the same sights as the snorkellers without getting their feet wet, there was an optional cruise to Middle Island Underwater Observatory.
THE Capricorn Coast's Native Garden is already seven weeks into stage one and within 10 to 12 weeks could be completed. The Native Garden, being developed at the northern end of Lammermoor Beach, is under Livingstone Shire council control and will involve funding from the Federal government. About 596,000 under the Federal government's CEP fund will go toward developing a number of projects including Emu Park Lagoon, concrete footpaths in Yeppoon's business centre, Anzac Parade, Beaman Park and the Native Garden. Shire engineer Pat Murphy said $50,000 had been set aside for the NativeGarden and the balance would go toward the other projects. He said stage one had already started and work would continue until the CEP funds ran out in about 10 to 12 weeks. Cr Geoff Cue and the other four division two councillors were involved with the garden's progress. Cr Cue said there had been a number of talks with community groups, including Yeppoon Lions and Lioness Clubs and the Wildlife Preservation Society, and the result was the idea to develop a public Native Garden. Stage one includes scenic walkways, a creek bridge crossing, car parking facilities, grassed open areas, and also the planting of hundreds of additional trees. The Wildlife Preservation Society is assisting with the tree planting and a number of other groups will assist with the project. Assistant engineer Peter Harbeck and parks and gardens foreman Bill Kaney have both offered help with planning. The project not only has council support but also a number of community organisations will be contributing, including the Yeppoon Lions club which gave $2000 toward the project.
Major loop route 'best means of promoting Coast tourism' - MLA A MAJOR loop route for tourist traffic via the Capricorn Coast was the best means of promoting tourism, Member for Broadsound Denis Hinton said this week. A major road upgrading already underway was the best means of achieving that aim, he said. Mr Hinton said "infighting between competing tourist organisations on the Coast has done nothing for tourist promotion and the entrenched personal positions show no signs of abating". He said it was partially at his request that State Tourism Minister Geoff Muntz had requested the restructure of the regional tourist group's (CTDO) constitution. "The CTDO's new constitution has certainly improved the organisation's regional nature, which has stood accused of being Rockhampton orientated, but through its subscriber-only nature, it appears to be in conflict with the sub-regional groupings such as the Capricorn Coast Tourist Organisation (CCTO) and the Central Highlands Tourist Organisation," Mr Hinton said. This will do nothing to improve harmony in the industry on the Coast." He said Mr Muntz had indicated to him that an assessment of regional tourist boundaries across Queensland was imminent and the region's problems would be addressed in that assessment. "In the meantime, I have no intention of taking sides in the dispute, being influenced by empty Federal ALP rhetoric, and will judge each tourist issue on its merits," Mr Hinton said. "My first priority is to upgrade tourist attractions on the Coast and to do this we must attract tourist traffic. "The most obvious means is an upgraded tourist loop road from Rockhampton to Emu Park, to Kinka Beach to Yeppoon. "The new overhead rialway bridge costing' $1.7 million now under construction on the Emu Park-Rockhampton Road, is a good start. "The $6 million allocated to a four-lane highway from Rockhampton to Yeppoon will assist enormously. "However, the whole roadway complex must be upgraded, including the Causeway, so that people stay on the Coast as an alternative to Rockhampton, and use the
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loop road as an integral part of their northern tourist trip." Mr Hinton said he further envisaged a new road from about the Capricorn Iwasaki turnoff on Farnborough Road via the attractive Lake Mary area to the Caves, to enhance the northern route. "The promotion of the route must be substantial with adequate brochures and also adequate signing before and within Rockhampton," he said. It can and must happen. It will boost tourism and increased numbers will lead to upgrading of facilities and greater prosperity for our area."
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Olympic pool now open daily for summer extended hours ahead
❑ ABOVE: Koorana Crocodile Farm proprietor John Lever stands beside Mr Ugly, the 4-metre crocodile that died , this week.
Ballet trophies 0 CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1 the Demi Point Ballet solo by half a mark. Kristin was highly commended in the section with a score of 83. The winner was one mark ahead of her. Her efforts in these sections resulted in two aggregate wins, one for the Beverly Parker trophy for the highest aggregate points in demi character, classical ballet solo and points solo in the 15 years and under 18 age group. The other trophy donated by Wendy Withers dates back to 1951 and is for the highest aggregate in any classical and point solo in the 15 years and under 18 section. Kristin was unplaced in the National Dance, Jazz Disco or Contempary Free
CAPRICORN Coast's Olympic swimming pool is open and ready for summer. Pool lessee David Milburn said it was now open seven days a week, from Monday to Friday between 10am and 4pm and on Saturday and Sunday from 10am to 5pm. He said these times would be extended during the school holidays and also would be progressively extended through the season as demand grew. He reminds bathers facilities available include the eight-lane50m pool and circular wading pool. Some of the services available include pool hire, swimming classes and squad training. Mr Milburn said the pool was already booked for two major Central Queensland swimming carnivals, the Tropic of Capricorn carnival in October and the Capricorn Coast Sprint and Relay carnival in February. He hoped shade structures would be constructed to improve conditions for bathers. "No stingers or tides will affect bathers at this pool," Mr Milburn said. Mr Milburn is a former Queensland stillwater title and record holder who has a number of coaching years behind him. Some swimmers he's coached include Australian representative Jackie Grant who is at the Institute of Sport; amputee Olympian Tracey Lewis; and 13-year-old current age butterfly champion Jason O'Pray. He is a nationally accredited level three swimming coach, an examiner with the Royal Life-saving Society and accreditted fitness leader. Fellow coach is Steven Donnelly • a marathon swimmer who still holds a number of endurance race records. Mr Milburn said Mr Donnelly'sexpertise in ocean and surf swimming would benefit the community. Mr Donnelly is also an accreditted coach and responsible for the successes of some Rockhampton swimmers. Mr Milburn and Mr Donnelly hope to develop the ability of Capricorn Coast swimming into a considerable force in stillwater and surf competitions. Squad training would begin in September, Mr Milburn said. Classes also begin in October and advance bookings can be made by phoning Mr Milburn on 39 4537. Adults interested in fitness have a number of classes to choose from. These include aerobics, stretch and tone classes, AUSSIE club and water polo. Interested people should registar with the pool now. High standards will be maintained in learnto-swim programmes and lessons structured
with her other wins.
Wildlife quiz winner
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THE Wildlife Preservation Society announced the winner of its 25th Anniversary Quiz this week. Larisa Lindsay of Frenchville won the $50 after answering the quiz questions correctly. Spokesman Molly Crawford said the two most incorrectly answered questions were about the Flatback Turtle and nearest national park excluding Mt Jim Crow. The answers should have been: The Flatback turtle is the species that has an important breeding ground in Keppel Bay; Excluding Mt Jim Crow, the Fitzroy/Caves National Park is ,the nearest one to Rockhampton. The quiz was run by the Wildlife Preservation Society's Capricorn Coast branch.
SAT: 7.30pm, Youth at Spencer's SUN: 10am, Yeppoon CWA Hall 6.30pm, Emu Park CWA Hall
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to provide easy progress through gradings in stroke correction. "Emphasis will be placed on correct technique and sound stroke mechanics before training begins," Mr Milburn said. "In all learn-to-swim and stroke correction squads the coaches' expertise will be offered and the quality of programmes monitored to ensure a high standard is maintained," Mr Milburn said.
Eat in or take-away Shop 4, 26 James Street, Yeppoon Third block from beach Phone orders to...39 4422
Top night out THIRTY-FOUR people enjoyed a night out at the Caves despite organisers having to . cancel the train trip.. Barbara McDonald said the disappointing turn-out had caused the train trip cancellation but those who did travel by bus had a very enjoyable time. "The people who went were marvellous," she said. Guitarist Dave Kershaw entertained before tea and the group swapped yarns before dinner. The band, Three Play, played music in the Caves hall and visitors danced and sang until 11.30pm. Mrs McDonald said due to the lack of support, Queensland Spastic Welfare League quest entrant Karlene McDonald hadn't been able to raise much money and now relied upon her final fundraising venture in October. Karlene will be holding a Mardi Gras on October 2 and any fundraising group or organisation interested in having a stall should ring Mrs McDonald on 39 3133 for further information.
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KOORANA Crocodile Farm will be open on Mondays, Thursdays, Saturdays. Lunch from, noon to 1pm. Tour begins at 1pm. Spotlight dinner tours by arrangement. 34 4749.
TYPESET, composed and . published by Capricorn Coast Mirror (John and Suzy Watson), 2 Orchid Street, Kinka Beach, 4703. Printed by the Gympie Times, 197 Mary Street, Gympie. The Capricorn Coast Mirror is registered for transmission by post by Australia Post, publication number QAC3843, Category A. Our postal address is Capricorn Coast Mirror, PO Box 769, Yeppoon. 4703 and our office address is corner of Adelaide Park Road & Cliff Street, Yeppoon. 4703. Phone the Mirror on 39 4244. We are open 9am to 5pm Monday to Friday. The deadline for all editorial and advertising copy is noon on Wednesday for the Saturday paper. Engagement, pre-engagement. marriage and birth notices must be signed and witnessed by a Justice of the Peace, Minister of Religion or a member of the Medical ProfeSsion: The right is reserved by the Capricorn Coast Mirror to alter, omit or reclassify' any advertisement. While every care is taken, no responsibility can be accepted . for errors.
PUBLIC NOTICES NATURAL therapy...healing without drugs and side affects, stress management, sports injuries, massage. Phone 39 7621, evenings.
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PUBLIC NOTICES AA meets at Sacred Heart School, 8pm, every Friday. For further information, 39 3924 or 39 1320. ADULT reading, writing and spelling classes. Free tuition. Phone Brenda Barry, 39 4304. ALCOHOL and Drug. Information Service. 008-177833, 7-days-a-week, 24-hours-a-day. CHILDBIRTH classes, books and videos. Contact New and Pregnant Parents' Suppert. 39 4523. COME on! You could win a Microwave. Bring a friend to join Weightwatchers where everyone's a winner. Don't delay. Join now. This offer is open till October 23. See you there! 7pm, Tuesdays, CWA Hall, Normanby Street. BEAUTICIAN available all day Tuesdays at Salon 24. Make up classes on Wednesdays. Phone 39 2198. EMU PARK Living(Word Centre..."Yo.ur local church and family fellowship" meeting 10am every Sunday, Emu Park CWA Hall. Inquiries: phone 39 6014. Pastors Eric and Kath Davies. PERSON to share travelling costs to Bowie Concert. Phone 39 6860. CAPRICORN Coast Gymnastic Club Savemore (Aug 29) raffle: 1st, T Rowe; 2nd, C Janes. HOBBYTEX Workshop at Emu Park Catholic Hall, Archer Street this Saturday. Learn brush and puff painting on T-shirt or sweat shirt. Tea and coffee provided. BYO lunch and T-shirt. Cost $3. Further details, 39 6592.
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11104 Itinerary for this week SAT Sept 12: Dysart. Open Golf Club Championships. SUN Sept 13: Dysart in morning. Afternoon, NPA branch meeting, Mackenzie River School. MON Sept 14: Leave Dysart for Yeppoon TUES to THURS (15 - 17): Parliament FRI Sept 18: Yeppoon office SAT Sept 19: Attend Roxburgh Stud Sale, The Caves Due to the vast size of my Electorate, long distance calls to my Electorate Office may be made reverse charge.
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HORSES for hire. Escorted trail rides. Book in...34 4174. DINGHYS for hire, Coorooman Creek, $6 per day. Phone 34 4174. HANDI Hire Trailers - Cooee Bay Marine cnr Tanby Road and McBean Street, Yeppoon. 39 1675.
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BINGO MONDAY: 1.30pm, Yeppoon CWA Hall. Senior Citizens' Benevolent Housing Society. No. 8142. WEDNESDAY: 7pm, Keppel Bay Sailing Club. FRIDAY: 7.30pm, Cooee Bay Hall. Free bus, phone 39 1379. Cooee Bay Progress Association. Promoter: Olive Dorey. Permit No. B19634. SATURDAY: 7.30pm, Yeppoon Town Hall. 5 jackpots totalling $1000. Best chance $100 in 60 calls. Olympic Pool Appeal. Promoter: Brian Dorey. Permit No. 819768.
PROFESSIONAL PROTECT yourself against inflation. Gold and Silver Bullion bought and sold. Inquiries welcome. Call Paul Rackemann, Central Queensland Bullion, 220 Quay Street, Rockhampton, telephone 27 6329.
TO LET OFFICE space, Tanby Road. Phone Irons, 39 3700. COMFORTABLE two bedroom unit, close to Lammermoor Beach. Ring 33 6369.
REAL ESTATE A K FINDLAY Drapery and Sport Store. Central position. Phone 39 1138. COUNTRY living on Emu Park/Rockhampton Road. Cleared 1 and a third acre with power, water, phone and highway frontage. $12,500. Phone 39 3851.
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10 — Capricorn Coast Mirror September 12 — September 18, 1987
Run of the mill"Anywhere, anytime' challenge from Principal takes quiet week for ALP to Hinton on environment issue Bileola position THE Labor Party has challenged Member "With such compelling arguments for the SACRED Heart Primary school will lose for Broadsound Denis Hinton to debate declaration of the proposal, it is time that Mr its principal of four years, Clive Stele, when Yeppoon Police environmental issues in the Broadsound Hinton stood up in public and stated why the he leaves to take a position in Biloela at the electorate. Labor's shadow Environment Minister Pat Comben challenged Mr Hinton to the debate "anywhere, anytime". "If Mr Hinton has "considerable support within the State Government for the declaration of a Bayfield National Park," why is it still not declared 20 years after it was first suggested?" Mr Comben said. "Only one action will convince people that the Bayfield proposal has support from Mr Hinton and the government, and that is immediate azettal. "The government and Mr Hinton have vacillated for too long. Only action now will satisfy Queenslanders." Mr Comben said the Bayfield proposal was an enormously important prospect for the Rockhampton area which needs such a strategically placed park. Local residents would have to go to Eurimbula National Park or Mackay to find similar undeveloped lengths of spectacular beaches and coastline. "A great variety of vegetation types and landforms exist within the park proposal and preservation of these areas is critical to coastal recreation planning and conservation," he said.
FIRE, Ambulance and Police officers have had a fairly quite week with only the usual `run-of-the-mill' activities happening. Sgt 1/c Ken Tanzer said this week nothing major had occured around the Capricorn Coast region except for the normal weekly problems including drunkeness, licence issues and small accidents with no-one being injured. However, he said motorists could expect increased patrolling of roads during the school holidays which start on Saturday, September 19. Anyone seen breaking the law can expect to be dealt with as seen fit by the police in order to ensure the roads were safe for law abiding motorists, Sgt Tanzer School children are also advised to act sensibly and safely during the holidays and to avoid temptation which could lead them astray. Yeppoon Ambulance and Fire officers also report a quiet week and support Sgt Tanzer's points of being safe and sensible during the holidays. Yeppoon Ambulance superintendent Geoff Reynolds said this week had been really good with few incidents.
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park is not yet declared." Mr Comben visited the proposed Bayfield National Park with conservationists and addressed a combined meeting of the Capricornia Conservation Council and the Wildlife Preservation Society.
Who deserves an award for 1988? LIVINGSTONE Shire Council is seeking people to be nominated for 1988 Australia Day Awards. c• "With 1988 being our bicentenary, a great opportunity exists for the people of Livingstone Shire to nominate persons worthy of being considered for an award on this great occasion," Livingstone shire clerk Jim Brown said. Nominations must be accompanied by supporting information so that the selection committee will be able to consider all submissions received. There are four awards available. The citizen's award is for a person 25 years or older on January 26, 1988. The young citizen award is for a person under 25 years on January 26, 1988. There are two sports medallions ... one to a participant with a record of achievement and the other to a person who has made a significant contribution as a coach, official and/or administrator. All persons resident in Livingstone Shire during 1987 are eligible. "Residents who have made a noteworthy contribution during 1987 or who have given outstanding service to the local community over a number of years shall be eligible," Mr Brown said. Nominations will be received up to Friday, November 20 at the shire chambers. After that date a selection committee will decide the various recipients. The awards are organised through the Australia Day Council and presented at an appropriate Australia Day ceremony.
Art standard extremely high THE standard at this year's Exhibition of Young People's Art was extremely high, organiser Dale Childs said. She said because of the standard it made the selectors task difficult. Artist Luigi Nuzzolese was unable to help with the judging but a Florentine School of Progressive art representative, Francis Paterson, was present. Other judges included Mabel Edmunds and Denise Gibbons who, with Francis, had the difficult task of choosing pieces for encouragement awards and winners. Results: pre-school section winner was Damien Barry, Yeppoon with 'Little Bus'; KAAS award for best overall, Michael Staskiewicz, St Brendan's College; Keppel Art and Framing award for best oil/acrylic, Lee Smith, Glenmore High school; Florentine award for best poster, Crystal Manning, North Rockhampton High school; Capricorn Coast Mirror award for design, Glen Hooper, St Brendan's College; Capricorn Coast Mirror award for Collage, Jill Deuter, Yeppoon High school; Florentine award for best print, Leise Childs, Glenmore State High school; Mill Gallery award, "Through the Window", Yeppoon State High school. Artists highly commended were: Kathy Price, Yeppoon High school; Justin Wylie, St Brendan's College; Geraldine Sherry, St Ursula's College; and C Bosley. "The 1987 exhibition continues until September 13 and everyone is welcome to come and look at the works," Mrs Childs! said.
end of this year. Mr Steele said he was leaving to become principal at Biloela's St Joseph Primary school which he described as similar in size to Sacred Heart. His replacement is Laurie Fitzgerald who has for the past years been the Capricorn Education Office's Special Project Officer. Mr Steele said Mr Fitzgerald was the first lay principal in the Rockhampton region but in the past few years he held a consultant position which has kept him in contact with school life. "I've thoroughly enjoyed my years at Sacred Heart but look forward to work at Biloela," Mr Steele said. St Joseph's will soon have pre-school to grade 10 and it offered him the first-hand experience which he was keen to get. He feels in time most schools will lean toward this trend and he wanted to get in on the 'ground floor'. He is looking forward to the move but said the family did have mixed feelings.
Update on AIDS AN update on AIDS for teaching, medical, nursing and para-medical professionals as well as members of the community will be offered to Rockhampton and Central Queensland by the Central Queensland AIDS team. Local team personnel and a specialist guest speaker from the Brisbane AIDS unit will be available to inform as well as answer questions at the September programme. The programme starts on September 16 and will continue until September 30 at various localities in Rockhampton. The Central Queensland AIDS team, chaired by Dr Ken Burns, will assist Brisbane Aids unit guest speaker Dr Hugo Ree. Dr Burns can be contacted for more information on the programme at the Community Health Centre, 9 Corbery Street, Rockhampton, 27 1755.
A grade squash THE top teams in the Capricorn Coast A grade squash competition were put to the test on Wednesday night. Third placed Strugglers were too strong for top team Mariners, defeating them two rubbers each, 10 games to six. Val Odell and Brett Stewart won for Mariners, each in five, while Peter Gordon for Strugglers played a much more controlled game to defeat Glen Ward in three. Damien Brierty clinched the result for Strugglers with a 3-0 win over Chris Callard. This was a turn around over the previous round and showed Damien putting more concentration into his game. Equal last placed Front Liners pressured second placed Tony's BYO all the way despite the disadvantage of two reserves. Reserve Lyn Witts played well at number four for Front Liners to come back from 9-0 down in the first game to win the match 3-1. Brian Umlauft was the other winner for Front Liners, winning in three against Chris Hacker. Chris extended Brian in the second game, finally conceding it 10-9. Tony Smith contained Joe Foat to take a team win on points. Mighty Mac ks defeated Anyone for Tennis 3-1: Peder Dale def Danny Taylor 3-0; Ray Campbell def Judy Umlauft 3-0; Neil Roberts def Bernard Lacey 3-0; Gordon Roberts v Clay Nothling 1-3. Strugglers def Mariners two rubbers each, 10 games to six: Warren Royal v Valerie Odell 2-3; Damien Brierty def Chris Callard 3-0; Peter Gordon def Glen Ward 3-0; John Briggs v Brett Stewart 2-3. Tony's BYO defeated Front Liners two rubbers each, seven games each, 104-76: Len Keily v reserve Lyn Witts 1-3; Larry Owens def reserve Anthony Trump 3-1; Chris Hacker v Brian Umlauft 0-3; Tony Smith clef Joe Foat 3-0.
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Gustafson and Graff in comfortable 35 bowlers play Ethel Madden club champion win over Brawn and Ha!man in pairs against Mackay Gubbins def Mary Headrick and Peter Brown THIRTY-FIVE indoor bowlers from THREE finals were played off at Yeppoon THE closed singles final was played at Emu Yeppoon, Emu Park and Rockhampton trav19-18. Open triples semi-finals: Tom Roos, Bowls Club over the weekend with some very Park Ladies Bowling club on Wednesday, Sep-. elled t ()Mackay last weekend for three sessions Norm Myler and Barry Atkinson def Keith close and interesting games being played. In the tember 2. Club champion for 1987 is Ethel of play with members of the Mackay Indoor final of the graded pairs, Mark Gustafson and' Chivers, Don McPherson and Reg Gubbins 20Madden who defeated Lil Mills 31-15. On SepBowls Association. On Saturday night, teams 18. Graded fours semi-final: Lester Findlay, Ray Graff (jun) had a comfortable win over tember 16 the club fours semi-final will be representing Mackay played the visitors and the Gordon McKenzie, Don McPhersonand Frank Peter Brawn and Ron Halman, winning 27-10. played between Edith Gibson, Audrey Bates, Sugar City players won the night scoring 211Birkett def Glen Kluver, Tom Dorrell, Peter In the final of the graded fours game, Frank Kathy Cliffe and Joyce Barber v Betty Byrne, and-a-half to the visitors 170-and-a-half. Top Brown and Doug Haigh, 26-12. Mixed fours Birkett and his team ran out winners after a Joy Stewart, Mary Peacocke and Flo Huggins, teams for the night were: Mackay; Dowie semi-finals: Maud Elliot, Terry Woodbridge close game with Brendan Croese and his team, at 1pm. The club fours final will be played on Bowyer, Mick Sturdy, Ron Kylie, Rod Douglas, (sub), Vera Wilsonand Eric Wilson def Dell winning 19-12.The graded triples final was a Wednesday, September 23, and is due to start at Gloria Cooney, Ray Tunnah 28; visitors, Mavis -Roos, Tom Roos, Betty, Pettit and Bill Roberts, close game at the nth end, but then Bill 1pm. On September 30, members and visiting Brown, Ivy Howard, Ann Brown, Royston Roll, 19-16. Graded triples: Roy Cain, Tom Dorrell Robertsteam got the break and went on to win clubs will compete for the second year of this Jean Whiteacre, Marie Zonca 28. Out-of-hat and Bill Roberts def Key Wass, Mo Stewart and 23-17. In the semi-finals of the apraded fours, now annual trophy. Replicas of the rose bowl prizes: Kath Mcllwraith, Patricia King, Jeannie Frank Birkett's team had a comfortable 26-12 Don McPherson, 22-19. are presented to the winners. On October 7, the Benson, Vi Robson, Cec Brown and Sophie club triples final will be played at 1pm. Consis- ' win over Doug Haighsteam. There was another Thompson. Saturday night raffle prizes were close •game in the open triples when Barry tency fmalswill be played on or before October won by YIBC president Jack Benton. Atkinson and his team defeated Reg Gibbins' 14. This *leans that the consistency finals will Oh Sunday afternoon, Split SixeS were played team. When an extra end was needed to decidecomplete the club's competitions for 1987. by mixed teams and the winners were Dulcie the issue Barry picked up two shots and won 20Presentation day will be on Wednesday, OctoHansen, Jean Whiteacre and Manie Gravin, 18. In the mixed fours semi-finals Eric Wilson's ber 28. An open invitation is extended to all while the runners-up were Ann Brown and , team trailed Bill Roberts' team at the 14th end people interested in playing that day and presEdna Sorensen. Out-of-hat prizes went to but gradually drew away to win 19-16. Semientations will be made after the game. Elizabeth Lowe, Ivy Hamilton and Betty Riggs. final of the mixed pairs almost finished in the Following the afternoon session a cent sale was dark in the game between Esme Woodbridge held and before the final session a barbecue was "sub" and Reg Gubbins and Mary Headrich In table tennis fixtures played on Thursday, enjoyed. On Sunday night, teams from both and Peter Brown. On the 15th end the score was September 3, Bog Factorywiped out Marvels 8- centres competed in social games and first place 13-all and then Peter went to an 18-14 lead 3. The match between the number one players went to Dulcie. Hansen, Chrissie Cant, Marie onthe 20th end but dropped four shots to level Gravino, Doris Snell, Vena Edwards and Frank saw Greg Simpson use his expertise to oust the score 18-all on 21 ends. An extra end was A SOCIAL bowls competition was enjoyed Monica Christensen in three games. Mick Bale with Edna Blakely, Eileen Brooks, Rod played only to be killed by Reg when he drove on Tuesday at Yeppoon Ladies Bowling Club. Malick scored two wins against Marvels' Keith Douglas, Josie Gart, Ruby Smith and Kath at the Jack. Another was played which Reg had Three rounds of eight ends were played. The Brown and Peter Murphy, and when doubled McIhyraith in the runners-up spot. Out-of-the to dead end again, however on the third occawinners were Vi Thompson, Amy Came, Phyl hat prizes went to Ruth Nicholson, Nell with Greg, won their match against Monica and sion Reg ended up with one shot and the game Radcliffe-Brown and Flo Denney with three Keith. Peter played quite well on the night by Nichols, Betty Riggs, Pearl winning 19-18. Saturday afternoon was Patron wins. Runners up were Margaret Girard, taking Scott Malick to three games, however Russell, Vince Winkle and May Hobkirk, while Bill Roberts' afternoon, and a good rollup of Heather Damm, Doris Moulds and Ivy McNaEdna Witt won the raffle. On the home front, Scott was just too good for his opponent. In the players took part in the afternoon's game. Bill mara with two wins and a draw. Ten players second set of doubles, Monica and Peter sought the second round of the MacNevin Shield was presented the trophies and the lucky winners of visited Rockhampton for the two day Esanda revenge and luckily edged out Greg and Scott in played onthe Wednesday night of last week at the afternoon were Steve Billington, Arnie pairs competition. The club congratulates May the last game. On the other table, Dolphins the association's Rockhampton hall and YIBC Preston, Eric Wilson and Eric Austin. Runners Baglow and Eleanor Batts, the overall winners continued their winning streak by defeating number one team of -Jack Rumpf, Andy and up were G Cavanagh, Jog Bates, Dave ofthe event. Ruth Wass was appointed by the Rockets 7 games to 4. Joe Kruger must have May Hobkirk, Gary and Theresa Warren and Copeland and Doug Haigh. The sportsman committee to act as selector during Lil practised too much beforehand, because he Mery Eggerling continued on their losing run prize was won by Jack Condom, Jack Garner, Balchin's absence. The CQDLB Associations's downed David Stewart in two straight games. being defeated by Leichhardt 5-11, QRI 11-12, Graham McCosker, and Dave Moulds. annual general meeting will be held at the RBC The ever-improving Paul Watts played well, Wandal 7-11 and Yeppoon St James number Sunday afternoon was Fathers' Day Bowls on Friday September 25from 9.30am. Members again, by winning two singles matches against one,14-6. YIBC number two team of Bernie where women played the men. The women just are reminded this is their opportunity to vote Dave Ryan and Neil Malick, and taking a game Robson, Ken Jones, Fred Wade, Mari Birkett, toyed with the opposition and ran out comfortand or voice an opinion. Everyone is welcomed Cec Brown and Mavis Brown were right on off David. Peter Malick defeated his brother able winners for the afternoon. Results .of to attend.The club birthday is set down for Neil in straight sets and went down to Dave in target winning all four games. They beat St games played: graded pairs final: Mark GusSeptember 22. Names in by midday. Drawn three. Dolphins' first doubles combination of Mary's 13-8, Singing Ship 15-7, St Stephen's 14tafson, Roy Graff(jun) def Ron Hollman, Peter games. Trophies. Fee $1.60. No plate required. Joe and Paul surprisingly had to fight hard to 7 and Central Star 14-6. Names are on the board Brown 27-10. Graded triples final: Roy Cain, beat David and Dave, however they managed it for the return match against Callide Valley for Tom Dorrell and Bill Roberts def John Corbett, in the last of three games, 21-19. Rockets' David the Ye Olde Davis Cup, to be played at YIBC Arnie Peterson and Graham McCosker 23-17. and Neil, saw justice done in the second doubles on Sunday, September 27. Graded fours final: Lester Findlay, Gordon set by downing Joe and Peter in two games 21McKenzie, Don McPherson and Frank Birkett 18 and 21-16. The draw for Thursday, Septemdef Col Hennessy, Bob Skuthorpe, Curil ber 17, is Bog Factory v Dolphins,IThrnamics v Hooper and Brendan Croese 19-12. Mixed Marvels, and Rockets have the bye. DAYTIME squash results: Seagulls v Julie pairs semi-final: Esme Woodbridge and Reg Jokers; Sally Corney v Julie Britton 3-0; Joyce Hinton vMarge Brodell 2-3; Lyn Ganter v Jean Graff 3-2; Megan Anderson v Jan Schmidt 3-0; Anne Hodges v Charlotte Scott 3-0; Audrey ON THURSDAY, September 3, a stroke Rodgers v Lois Bayliss 3-0. Kate's Kites v Alice game was played at Zilzie Golf Club and Jan Aces; Kathy Dale v Alice Glennie 3-0; Joyce Atkinson was the winner for the associates with YEPPOON Golf Club's Tuesday ladies game Dooley v Jet* Semple 3-2; Diane Cameron v Atkinson 69, M Kinman 69, G Norton 69, K 67 nett. Members winner was John Aitken, 57 Judy minter 3-1; Heidi v Pat Harris 1-3; Rose- was a stableford. The winner was Wendy Thiele Griffiths 69, R Young 70, L Taylor 71, K Rice nett, and he also took out the pinshot. On Satwith 36 points. Next best was Chris Moss, Cassie 71, L Lucas 71, J Garvey 71 and R Kerr 71. mary Hansen v Jeannie Cox 3-2; Sue Adamson urday, the associates played for the Monthly v Judy Smith 1-3. Dazzlers v Liz Whizzers; Freeman and Lorna Quigley all with 34 pinPinshots N Royal, C Barclay, J Rhodes, A Medal. Winner was Daph Wassman (68 nett). Ritchie, Proshot; I Atkinson. On Sunday, SepDenise Campbell v Liz Scherlies 1-3; Gayle shots. Silver; Gladys Scharf. Bronze; L Francis. The members stroke game was won by Col Boehmv Trish Hinton 3-1; Penny Munn v Cassie Freeman and Berly Dawson won the tember 6, the ladies played the medal in Silver Peers. On Sunday, the associates played for a proshot. Wednesday was again well attended and Bronze sections. Marge Williams won the Rosemary Clifford 0-3; Jan Fitch v Pam Haytrophy donated by Stefan's. The winner was silver with 72 'net and Ethel Jarman won the man 1-3; Carol Knight v Maryanne Vearing 1- with a fey/visitors. The ladies stableford winner Daph Wassman (66nett). The members played Bronze with 71 net. Other nets were Marie 3; Cherly Egan v ..aren Jackson 3-0. May was Marge Williams with 36 points. Next was a stableford and monthly medal. Villa Svendsen Phoebe Harriswith 35 points. Nancy MontgomTrewhella (visitor) 67 net, Shirley Kruger andMeanie v Jaguars; May Briggs v Nita Marxsen was the Medal winner with 59 nett. Bevan ery won the first nine with 31-and-a-half. Next Margaret Hunt. Pinshots; B Taylor, M Hunt, S 3-0; Rosemary Dakai v Lona Perrin 3-2; Kathy O'Neill won the stableford event on a Harding v Sue Blake 3-2; Linda Keily v Cherly was Marge Williams with 33-and-a-half. Kay Haskins. Proshot; J Burrowes. Members played countback from Toby 'Damrow (42 points). Howe won the second nine withDaphne Gregg Evans 3-0; Robin Battersby v Leonie Warren 1a Stableford, winner was 0 McCurtayne with. 43 Pinshots were won by Gwen Pearson and Col and Nancy Montgomery, both with 32-and-apoints, Godfrey Haskins 39, Alan Lewis 37, 3; Leanne Dibbelsman v Cordie Nugent 0-3 All Driscoll. Fixtures for the week: Thursday, half. Pin shots D Gregg, G Bullock. Prosliot N games were the match-of-the-day. Lionel Taylor 38, Trevor 37, J Williams 37. stroke; Saturday, associates, QLGU and memMontgomery. Members' stableford winner was Pinshots: L Lucas, H Fisher, D Wiltshire and B bers, stroke. On Sunday, Emu Park will be Ian Fuller, a visitor from Mt Isa, with 43 points; Pearson. Proshot; J Kruger. visiting to play for the Nixon Shield, draw 11.30 Roy Nichols 41, Eric Richardson 39, Arthur to noon. Sunday, September 13, members' Dougherty 39, Peter Marwedel 39 and Tom annual meeting, 9am. Associates annual meetWahlin 38 points. First nine, I fuller 31-and-aing, 9.30am. All associates and members are half, P Hogan 32, R Hansen.32, N Swinton 32requested to attend these meetings. and-a-half, D Harker 31-and-a-half, E R ST JAMES Indoor Bowls Club vice presiNichols 32-and-a-half. Second nine, A Doughdents Eva Gardner and Audrey Abel hosted erty 30, Jack Stratford 31-and-a-half, R Montan enjoyable triples afternoon on Thursday gomery 32, I Fuller 32-and-a-half, L Taylor 33,. 0 CONTINUED FROM PAGE 12 September 3 in which 36 players (a full house) T Wahlin 33-and-a-half, I Atkinson 33-and-aparticipated. The winning team was: Ivy Malvensen; 4pm Supersonics v Devils; D Warden; half, R Nichols 33-and-a-half. Pinshots L Lucas TENNIS fixtures continue this weekend at lory, Lois Crockett, and Errol Ward with a 5pm Demons v Raiders , c/s J Moody, D and I Fuller. Proshot D Marshall. On Friday, the Daniel Park Courts, Cooee Bay. The followscore of 16 points (24 aggregate). A close secWarden; 6pm Celtics v mixed Nuts, c/s J ChrisSeptember 4, the Veterans club played a stableing players are required. Division 1: Whales: H ond were: Aub Klaproth, Myrtle Cooper, and tensen; 7pm La Wetz v Bombers, c/s S Steford for members and ladies over 12 holes. Sorensen, J Christensen, G Clayton, V Thelma Leigh, with 16 points (18 aggregate). Vensen; 8pm Shadows v Aztecs, c/s J ShackleHeather Keene won-the ladies with 28 points; Sorensen vOysters; J Koerner. J Clayton, R The second round of the Vamvakaris Shield ton, A, Thomas; Bye, Panthers. Monday, Sepnext was EsmeWoodbridge with 25 points; Kay Perren, P Hansen. Dolphins: G Sorensen. R was held in Rockhampton on Wednesday September 14: c/s Jim and Alison Shackleton; 6pm Scope on 24 points on a count back from Nell Green, A Philp, J Williams v Turtles: M Cranny, Iwasaki v Pink Galahs, c/s Jo-anne Taylor, A tember 2. St James' number two team have won Sykes. Noreen Garner won the pinshot. M Fay, N Kerley, L Edwards. Division 2: Cods: five out of seven games, placing them in a good Leonard; 7pm Lamour v Seagulls, c/s N Godfrey Haskinswon the members' stablefordR Hasell, D Currie, P Iafrati, T Halloran v. position, but with two rounds still to play it is Basham, J Stickley; 8pm Saints v Wildcats, c/s with 30 points, with Dick McGlashan and Peter Sharks; D Appleton, J Brimmell, C Timbs, A anyone's game. St Joseph's Club (RockhampA Thomas; 9pm Coasters v Scoobs, c/s A ThoFoxwell both' with 29 points. Pinshot Peter Wyeth. Division 3: Blue: D Perren, G Perren, A ton) visited St James Club on Saturday, Sepmas, J Christensen. Wednesday, September 16, Marwedel. Publicity officer Jack Stratford said Skuthorp, D Simpson, T Greasley, IcHasell v tember 5. Once again it was an enjoyable afterc/s K Dooley: 6pm Tigas v Cobras, c/s K he hoped all veterans had their nominations in Green; M Bullimore, J Wortley: M O'Keefe. S noon; with very keen bowling. St James just Dooley, D Suosaari; 7pm Scoobettes v Nofor the veterans championship on Friday SepGinnivan, C Harding, P Sharf. Because of the managed to win by a small margin. Today (Sattember 11. The draw is 12 to 12-30pm and the mads, c/s D Letchford, L Roberts; 8pm, Wanschool vacations there will be no fixture play for urday), St James plays the final round of the game is a stroke over 18 holes. On Saturday, derers v Cougars, c/s H Malone, K Dooley. the next two weekends. Fixtures will resume on •Hartwig Shield against Keppel Sands, at St September 5, the ladies played a stroke and Bye: Tanby Roses; Billabongs. Saturday. October 3. James club. Names are on the board, and a plate QLGU brooch. The winner was Joyce Keyes is required. with 69 net. Next was Flossie Ware with 70, Gwen Bullock 74, Joan Burrowes 75, Marge .414145Gra 2f-eee Williams 77 and Stella Haskins 77 net. Pinshots: SHaskins (2), N Montgomery, and Mary Sherlock won the proshot. Members played their BOOKINGS NOW OPEN FOR... monthly medal in A, B and C grades. I Macaulay won the A grade with 82 gross; J Learn-to-Swim * Stroke Correction Couani won the B grade with 83 gross on a Squad Training (all levels) * Water Polo count-back from Brian Gough and Al Ritchie. Compiled specifically for the Adult Club...Health, Fitness and Aerobics Rod Young was the winner of the C grade with Open 7 days-a-week...Contact David Milburn 39 4537 28 4525 a/h Queensland climate 90 gross. The best net was 65 from Brian Horton. Run down of netts were B Gough 66, Al Ritchie 66, R Burrowes 68, J Couani 68, I
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HERE'S a sick one ... but it's true. A Yeppoon businessman had his car parked in town overnight last week and found the car "bogged" when he went to it in the morning. How can it get bogged when parked smack in the middle of town? Noone knows for sure ... but it wasn't the wheels; it was the windscreen. In case you haven't guessed, some indescribably filthy individual quite literally "bogged" on the bloke's windscreen. Boy, there's a sicko loose in town ... but an agile one!!! 0
❑ ABOVE: Beware! Roller racers are now the rage after the Emu Park State School fete proved how successful the self-propelled wheeled machines were. Pictured are Glen Stevens (10), Chad Brown (10) and Joe Ludcke (11).
Emu Park Bowls Club (Australia's most-unique Clubhouse) A Capricorn Coast Tourist Attraction
Celtics lead under 16 competition after defeat of Aztecs by 19 points
MONDAYS: Local Cock o' the Walk Competition. Club opens at 3pm. TUESDAYS: Mixed Bowls, 1pm start. Club opens 10am. WEDNESDAYS: Ladies' Day. Mixed Bowls, 1pm start. Trophies. Club opens 10am. THURSDAYS: Mixed Bowls, casual dress, fpm start. Trophies. Trophies. Trophies. Also local Cock o' the Walk Competition. Club opens 10am. FRIDAYS: Mixed Three Bowl Pairs Competition, 9.30am start. Casual dress. Trophies. Trophies. Trophies. Trophies. Trophies. Trophies. Roll-up, 2pm start. Casual dress. Club opens 10arn. Barbecue lunch available. Barbecue tea available. SATURDAYS: Mixed Bowls, 1pm start. Trophies. Trophies. Trophies. SUNDAYS: Men's Turkey Triples. Nominated Teams or Single entries. Casual dress. Followed by Mixed Bowls, 1pm start. Trophies. Trophies. Trophies. Trophies. Barbecue lunch available. Club opens 10am. After bowls each Friday and Saturday stay on for our Barbecue. Trophies guaranteed for every of .competition.Euery day is a Competition Day at Emu Park Bowls Club. Phone entries to 39 6503
THE Aztecs played well against Celtics in last Sunday's Yeppoon Amateur Basketball Association game, to go down by only 19 points. Celtics lead the U/16 competition. Final score was 51-32. Scott Mulholland top scored for Celtics with 26 points with Shaun Chan 16 and Lee Dungey 10 for Azetcs. Mixed Nuts played a more improved game against Bombers than they have inrecent weeks with Nuts' Nellie Stevensen hitting 14 points. Matt Harding playing with Bombers for the first time showed potential scoring 10 points. Brett Shackleton, always looking good, top scoredwith 16 points. Demons of Emu Park continued on their winning streak to beat Panthers 18-5. The first half gave no indication of the final score and Panthers led 1-0. Stephanie Jones scored 3 for Panthers and Matthew Wex 10 for Demons. Scoob/Wildcats game on Monday night could have, gone either-way with Scoob being up 16-8 at half time. Wildcats made a come-back to bring the game to 3 points the difference. With only 30 seconds remaining, Wildcats' John Stickley was fouled while shooting. Points
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CAFL president offers apologies •
ON BEHALF of the Capricornia Australian Football League, I offer apologies with regard to the actions of some players participating in the grand final and I feel sorry for the executives of the clubs concerned, whose players played in a manner which would not have been condoned. Australian Rules is a spectacular game and the league will not see this code impaired by the actions of some players. The league has been silent so as not to condemn the players before appearing at the tribunal which, as a result, some players have been punished with suspensions of one to oneand-a-half years. The Capricornia League is a very strong league and is held in high esteemand has one of the biggest Junior Leagues who have excelled and shown great promise as future senior players. Discussions at league level are being held and I can assure you, our players and supporters, we will not tolerate displays of this nature and that procedures will be adopted with stricter penalties, and that no disrespect of scenes of this nature will again occur to mar the code of Australian Rules. W J Thomson, president Capricornia Australian Football League.
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THAT'S one of the penalties of being in business ... but Chef Barry does not have to feel he's the only one it happened to. Way back in the Swinging Sixties on the Gold Coast there was a lot of talk and action from tourist groups about getting U.S. servicemen to spend their Vietnam War Rest and Recuperation leave at Surfers Paradise. At that time (about 1967 or '68) all the U.S. servicemen were going to Sydney's Kings Cross. There was a trickle of crew cuts and accents from the south but these were the servicemen who wanted to see Australia in their short stay and either flew north or took a bus. Then came the night everyone had been waiting for ... a U.S. Army Colonel phoned the Beachcomber at Surfers Paradise. He was at Brisbane Airport with a Starlifter (a Military Airlift Command transport plane seen in Rockhampton during Kangaroo exercises) full of hungry servicemen looking forward to a week on the Gold Coast. They were part of a contingent chosen to test whether Surfers Paradise could handle a sudden influx of 500 people. (There were doubts in those days that Surfers could handle so many people at once!). Anyway, the Beachcomber was told the 500 servicemen would be arriving in an an hour-and-a-half and would need beds for the night ... also ham and eggs. The motel's staff were at fever pitch; this was what they had been waiting for ... the chance to show their skill. Rooms for so many were arranged in-house and the overflow was booked in at nearby establishments. The manager, (not the famous Bernie Elsey, he was away at Daydream Island at the time) took personal charge of preparing the ham and eggs. Bacon was cut and piled near the huge hotplates and 250 saucers were arranged on the preparation area. Into each saucer, two eggs were emptied. Once the servicemen arrived each saucer's contents could be flipped onto the hotplate together with some strips of bacon and, as the crew cuts entered the dining room they would have been handed a plate of ham and eggs. That was at 7.30pm ... by 10pm, after frantic phone calls, it was obvious the motel had been the victim of a-cruel hoax. The next day, the story was on the front page of the local paper, the Surfers- Pardise Mirror. The heading on the story was: "It was just a cruel yolk!"
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counted with one bonus shot awarded, they were down one point with the pressure on John . He failed to put the ball through the basket with Scoob played safe leaving the final score 30-29 to Scoob. The match between Coasters and Saints was a hard fast game. Coasters gave their OK to Saints playing Billabongs' Samantha Willoughby because they were short of players. Jason Rosin was fouled off in the first half leaving Saints no sub. Robert Gudman was playing with an injured leg but saw the game out. Saints led at half time 23-18. Coasters' big men Jim Shackleton and Peter Sherriff came out to even the score but this was not to be as Saints started to move the ball around with Nic Basham screening Coasters out allowing "Caroll" Campbell (28) and Samantha Willoughby (19) to score. Peter Sherriff top scored for Coasterswith 19 and Jim Shackleton chipper:Lin...with 10 _points. Games will not_b_e.__ played during the school holidays due to the stadium being unavailable. Results: Wednesday, September 2, Scoobettes def Wanderers 47-18; Nomads def Cougars 56-14; Coasters def Wildcats 81-36. Sunday, September 6, Raiders def Supersonics 28-22; Demons def Panthers 18-5; La Wetz def Shadows 24-12; Celtics def Aztecs 51-32; Bombers def Mixed Nuts 62-23. Monday, September 7, Nomads def Wanderers 75-22; Scoob def Wildcats 30-29; Saints def Coasters 64-41; Seagulls def Pink Galahs 43-18. Sunday, September 13, c/s D Warden, S Ste0 CONTINUED ON PAGE 11
ANOTHER item on a business ... this time it's The Sunflower Patch. Chef Barry had a phone call from Brisbane about a fortnight ago asking if it would be possible for him to provide breakfast for 10 on a day about a week away. Barry took the booking, checked it, confirmed the date, and guaranteed to have breakfast ready and waiting for the bunch of tourists who would be visiting. The day dawns, Chef Barry jumps out of bed and sets off for work bright and early. Whistling to himself, he creates a breakfast delicacy for the party of 10 ... scrambled eggs and ham, as requested. But they didn't show. Not then, not later, not ever. Barry was offering ham and eggs to customers all that day!
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