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, „-, 14 -- Capricorn Coast Mirror -- Wednesday, ' Deeembei 23, 1987 Eariy CHRISTMAS trees are available again this year through the Bush Children's Home, Todd Assemblies Avenue and at Savernore Centre until-Thursday, December 24. of God The cost is $8.50 per tree. Orders can be taken at the home, 39 1311. *** Phone 39 6254 IN this last issue before Christmas I usually take something from the New Testament, but Or 39 6593 orthis time it's from the Old Testament, Isaiah. "For unto us a child is born, unto us a son is CHRISTMAS DAY given: and the government shall be upon his 9am, Christmas Service Yeppoon CWA shoulder: and his name shall be called WonderSUN: lOarn, Yeppoon CWA ful, Counseller, The mighty God, The everlast6.30pm, Church in the Park ... ing Father, the Prince of Peace." Beaman Park, Yeppoon Peace of the season be with you and yours. *** NEW YEAR'S EVE THE next handicraft meeting is on February 730pm, Watchnight and Thanksgiving 19, 1988 at 10am in the CWA rooms. Service *** How can we oveirome evil? A street stall will be held on Wednesday, `Answer: Colossians 3:1-17; Romans 12:21, January 13 by the Blue Nurses auxiliary. *** BAT Cleft tours will start soon. Experience one of Queensland's wonders and join a tour to Mt Etna to see the emergence flight of thousands of Little Bent-wing Bats from Bat Cleft. Book now for trips starting from Yeppoon at 5pm on Saturdays ... January 9, 16, 23 and 30 and also February 6. Other days are by arrangement only. James Street, Yeppoon The tours are organised by the Wildlife Pres(next door to QATB) 39 1235 ervation Society's Capricorn Branch. Contact Molly Crawford, 39 6790 or Rosemary, 39 3735.


Cooked Prawns $8 kg Coral Trout Fish Fillets

Cooked Sandcrabs


$2.50 each

Cooked Bugs

Sweetlip Fillets





Fruit Pies and

Cakes * Apple * Apricot * and... Loganberry Pies SINGLE SERVE and FAMILY SIZE ...with or without cream

Cakes * Cakes * Cakes Cheesecakes * Block Cakes * Napoleons * Lamingtons * Custard and Apple Tarts Custard Tarts * Apple Fingers * Apple Turnovers *

Annie's PIES 1 Charles St, Yeppoon

?atm Coadeise. THERE are two Gails on the Coast who care for our injured native animals and birds. One is Gail Matthews, who lives in School Street, Yeppoon and the other is Gail Elliott of 21 Ware Street, The Causeway. *** HOY is on in Emu Park CWA Hall every Friday at 930am. The cost is only a dollar to play and includes morning tea. *** DO you have any old photographs of Emu Park ... sporting, military or of the railway? The Emu Park Historical Museum would like the photos to add-to its collection. The photos will be copied and returned to the owners. Have no fear about the care of your prints, the museum's committee has copied and cared for manypeople's photos in the past and knowwhat to do. Contact Joan Whyte, 39 6472, who will be able to help and set any fears at rest. ***.





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Forum resumes on February 10, 1988. *** HUGH Pilbury will be home next week. He will be recuperating for a little while, but, his smiling face will still be at Kanangra Restaurant. Liz thanks everyone for their messages and they are both looking forward to a happy new year. *** NEW Year's Eve will be celebrated by Emu Park Pensioners League in the Cultural Hall ... admission is free. *** ANYONE with time on their hands can lend one to SCOPE ... assisting with the hospital trolley. It involves about half an hour once a week or fortnight, taking the trolley around the hospital selling magazines, sweets and toiletries to the patients. Spread around some Christmas cheer and contact Glenda Healey, 39 3180. *** WINNER of the iced Christmas cake raffled by the Endeavour Foundation Capricorn Coast sub-branch committee over the last few weeks is Mrs G Coxon of Selvey Street, Yeppoon. Thank you to everyone who bought tickets. *** YEPPOON CWA's next meeting is February 12, 1988 at 2pm. *** BASKET of pottery winner was B Chandler. The raffle was drawn at the Capricorn Coast Society of Arts Christmas party in the Paint Pot Gallery on Saturday night. *** THE first St James Guild cent sale for 1988 will be held in the Mary Street, Yeppoon hall on Wednesday, January 27. *** The last exhibition at the Paint Pot Gallery will continue until February 1, 1988. The gallery is open daily from 9.30am until 4.30pm and is conducted by the Capricorn Coast Society of Arts. ***

A Menagerie of Gifts at YEPPOON STOCKFEED C Birds



* Leads * Collars * * Chains * Bowls * * Toys * Brushes * * Dry Food * * Frozen Meat * * Health Products *

* Leads * Collars * * Health Products * * Bowls * Brushes * * Dry Food * * Frozen Meat *

* Cages * Toys * * Budgies * * Peachfaces *

1 Garden * Plants * Pots * * Fertilisers *

Chickens & Mice


* Chickens * Point of Lay Hens * * Mice * Mouse Houses * * Guinea Pigs * Hutches * * Guinea Pig Food *

* Tropical & Goldfish * * Tanks * Lights * * Pumps * Filters * *Accessories *'Feed *

ABOVE: Coast girl Susan Perren married Robert Wallace on Saturday at the St Jame's Church of England. Susan is the only daughter of Trevor and Phyl Pore'? while Robert is the son of Mr and Mrs Gordon Wallace from Brisbane. Family and friends travelled from Brisbane, Mackay, Emerald, Townsville and Mitchell to attend the wedding. After a honeymoon in Hawaii the couple will settle live at the Coast.

Groups seeks ideas for bored children TWO Queensland Recreational Council officers will meet Emu Park teenagers and parents at a special meeting on Monday, January 11 to discuss youth recreation needs in future school holidays. Ian Whitehead and Greg Cahill attended the Don Ireland Swimming Complex December meeting to offer help and advice on the proposed pool's construction. "The pool is seen as a meeting place for young people and concern was expressed that until the pool is functioning our teenagers have problems filling in time during the school holidays," Don Ireland Swimming Pool Complex president Yvonne Protheroe said. "We decided to call the meeting and asked Mr Whitehead and Mr Cahill to go along and talk to both teenagers and parents. They know how to plan programmes to make the holidays more fun-filled and enjoyable." If the meeting in the Emu Park CWA Hall on January 11 at 7pm is successful a youth group will be formed. It will be autonomous withadult supervision. "Anyone interested in finding out about the meeting or offering help can contact me on 39 6930," Mrs Protheroe said.


Turner for Chairman 1 am standing independent of Groups and Political Parties as I have in Local Government since 1967.'


DEAR ELECTORS, It was interesting to read the other day an item from the Peak Downs Telegram (Clermont 100 years ago) where it said "Council declares war on dogs". After 100 years the community still has the dog problem. My viewpoint on dogs is that it should be the owners' responsibility to see that their animal is looked after, and not annoying neighbours, or roaming the streets. I further believe that the desexing of animals should be encouraged, and a blitz on dogs now and then, should take place. However it is difficult to get people to perform these duties in some areas. Some Local Authorities have run an education programme on dogs which has been a success. ** Emu Park is an area on the Coast which has been fortunate to have the asset of Bell Park. It is a pity Yeppoon has missed this opportunity over the years. However, I believe more should be done in this area and it will be my intention to look at Parks and Recreation areas. In the meantime the citizens of Emu Park have a great _ asset. The community there needs strong representation assistance by council to attract more people in the area. It will be my intention to treat Emu Park as part of the wonderful Capricorn Coast and give my loyalty and support in whatever way possible for its development. The swimming pool complex is a move in the right direction. *** It was good to see council, after a number of years, start work on footpaths in Yeppoon. A programme each year should be mapped out for both Emu Park and Yeppoon, as it will take many years and a lot of money to achieve completion. Christmas is once again at our door steps, and it is my 31st Christmas on the Coast. Every effort should be made to create a Christmas atmosphere. It will be my intention to have council, service- clubs, chamber of commerce, and other organisations join together in a programme in 1988 to have Christmas decorations, of a permanent type, that can be erected in both towns to create a better atmosphere for locals and tourists during our festive season. The decoratione I have in mind can be used each year. May I take this opportunity to wish each and everyone a Merry Christmas, and a Happy, Healthy, Prosperous New Year.

Kindest Regards Jim Turner 33 John Street, Yeppoon. 4703 Phone 39 1265 If you are not on the roll, and to have your vote on March 19, you only have a few days left to do so. Application forms are available at the Post Office, Court House and Electoral Office. Roll closes, December 31, 1987.

Tanby Roses Florist and Chocolate Shop See Keith and Janice Hendy for flowers for all occasions

rNow Open Saturday until 4pm .2 for Christmas trading

Cnr James and Mary Streets... 39 4320

your Interflora Agent in the centre of town!

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