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Cr Dorey: British Empire Meda award delightful surprise LIVINGSTONE Shire deputy chairman Cr Brian Dorey described being awarded the British Empire Medal as a "delightful surprise", the "best kept secret in his life" ... and he admitted to feeling "overawed in some ways". Cr Dorey received his award in the New Year's Honours list approved by the Queen. The investiture will take place in April at Government House. Cr Dorey, at a Bicentennial event at The Caves on the weekend, told a crowd his award was "one for the Shire of Livingstone". He was given the award for his years of community service ... 25 years. And, according to Cr Dorey on Wednesday night "they're not over yet". While he was the recipient of the award, he wanted to share the credit ... "especially with my wife, Olive, who has worked with me so many long hours," and "the thousands of people I have been involved with over the past 25 years in community work". Paying tribute to Mrs Dorey, Cr Dorey said he referred to his wife as "the quiet achiever". He rattled off a string of organisations she had joined since marrying him ... "she saw what was going to happen so she joined these groups so that she could at least see me some time". Of the thousands of people who had been involved in community work with him, Cr Dorey said "one individual gets the award but that person can't win it alone". Asked whether he was going to slow down on his community involvement, Cr Dorey said "no way, I love it". However he did feel his involvement these days had to be less of the "nitty gritty". Too much of his time was tied up in bingo calling and he would like to take more of an over view. , "I've learned so much in the past 25 years that I would like to be in a position to pass it on. To give help rather than directly do the work.

I've learned to listen to other people and have found they have so much to offei." Cr Dorey loved the intrigue involved in being nominated, and accepted, for the British Empire Medal. "It was the best kept secret in my life. I know that 30 or 40 people must have been involved in writing letters on my behalf but I did not know about it," he said. The first he knew was in late October when a plain envelope was received at his home. Inside the envelope was another envelope and inside that was a letter from State Governor Sir Walter Campbell advising him that he had been recommended for the BEM. "It was quite a shock and a surprise," Cr Dorey said. He was asked was he prepared to accept the honour. He wrote a reply saying he would and the next communication was another letter either late in November or early in December stating that the Queen had approved his award. Then came December 31 when the honour was announced. Friends phoned and friends made "a big to-do over it". He called at one home and found a "red carpet" laid out at the front door for him. At a weekend barbecue, his friends jumped up and saluted. "It was all good fun and everyone I have met has taken the award the same way I feel about it. I'm very pleased." MEMBER for Broadsound Denis Hinton said this week "never had an award been more deserved than the BEM for Cr Brian Dorey". He said Cr Dorey's community work was known to everyone and his efforts as head of the Bicentennial Committee had given Livingstone Shire the edge on all other shires throughout Queensland activities for 1988. "His award will be popular because people throughout the shire are well aware of how much work he has done over so many years for so many groups," Mr Hinton said.

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ABOVE: Everyone was at La Bamba on New Year's Eve ... Robyn Daniels from Gindie, Gilhain Miller from Barcaldine, Jenny Smith, Michelle Hooper, Allana Bulger and Bronwvn Keefer, all from Emerald.

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NEW Year's Eve on the Capricorn Coast was free of incidents and accidents. Yeppoon Exhausts Yeppoon police officer-in-charge Sgt 1/c FLUID CONNECTORS Ken Tanzer said there were 'nil problems on and Car Gear New Year's Eve. Electronic Engine Tuning There were only a couple of arrests and Sgt Pipes &plufflers Tanzer was "pleased as punch" with crowds Shock Absorbers attending festivities. * Engines * Pumps * Gen Sets * Auto Accessories The rest of the holiday weekend was also Tow Bars laser AM (Old) Performance Parts incident-free. There were a couple of acciTruck Wheel Alignment Expert Fitting dents, but nothing major and only one drinkdriving offence for the whole weekend. MOBILE WORKSHOP 57 Tanby Rd Yeppoon and District Ambulance also enYeppoon 39 2291 & 39 3862 aih joyed a quiet New Year. There was one call-out for New Year's Eve and no other serious calls. Superintendent Geoff Reynolds said there were about five' or Six blue-bottle stings. "There were no road accidents; nothing really serious and we hope it stays that way," Mr Reynolds said. Computer OPEN DISCOUNT There was a further period of "all quiet" at wheel alignment SATURDAY SPARE PARTS Yeppoon Fire Brigade with no call-outs. All 4WD Repairs The CCTO Information Centre at Ross Exch Motors • Auto Trans Electronic Tuning Volvo & Mercedes Creek roundabout was extremely busy on Fuel Injection Roadworthy Sunday, according to CCTO chairman Brian Specialist Inspection Engine Re-building Hooper. Station , BANKCARD; Mastercard; Visa Card The centre success poses the question: Henning "Where were all these visitors going before the Y Pedersen 5/57 TANBY RD YEPPOON Irwin 1 centre opened?" "Visitors are on the door step as soon as we open," Mr Hooper said. Capricorn "The 45 volunteers are working well and handling an unbelievable range of queries. Most of the inquiries arri about places. to see and where to go." •

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Police, shire chairman praise everyone for revels behaviour THOUSANDS chose to bring in the New Year on the Capricorn Coast ... and their good behaviour prompted praise from police and civic leaders. Officer-in-charge of Yeppoon Police Sgt 1/ c Ken Tanzer was "pleased as punch" with revellers and Livingstone Shire chairman Cr John Bosiren had similar praise. Cr Bowen was particularly pleasedwith rev., :tiers at the Pine Beach Hotel. "--1 There were no complaints about mess and none about bad behaviour. There was special praise for the almost complete lack of broken glass. In previous year, revellers have ignored warnings about the dangers of broken glass and have taken stubbies to the festivities. The result in past years has been a permanent line of revellers getting attention from the ambulance for cut feet. This year, as Midnight was counted down, there wasn't even an ambulance in the street. Emu Park police officer Senior Constable Barry Licence said the ambulance had left about 8pm and there had been no need for it to call back. Backed by additonal police, he said there had been no incidents and revellers had been well behaved. The Pine Beach revels had a new, more contained format. The park opposite the hotel was fenced with hessian screening which acted as both a wind-break and a limit to the sprawl. Many revellers gathered near the bandstand and danced in the New Year while others moved around a lot. One 18-year-old, enjoying the Pine Beach revels for the first time, remarked that he had met most of his former school mates and had thoroughly enjoyed the night. La Bamba Nightclub followed up last year's capacity crowd with another for 1989. The nightclub setting with streamers, balloons, flashing disco lights and twinkling dance floor created the perfect party mood and patrons enjoyed their revels. The crowd rocked in the New Year to live bands Kakadu and Le Rex. Club Hotel also enjoyed a festive New 1•/4FearThe with between 250 and 300 bringing in 1989. This was more than double the numbers at last year's Club Hotel revels. There were no problems and the crowd v7as well-behaved.

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This was a sign of the times at New Year's revels. People out enjoying themselves did not seem inclined to ruin their night out with incidents. There was a happy crowd of mostly regulars at the Pacific Hotel enjoying entertainment provided by the Lindenberg Family from Toowoomba, local entertainer Alb)/ Lincoln and a guest appearance by Nanette Samuels. About 200, the same as last year, joined in the Pacific's festivities. It's a comfortable crowd for the hotel and patrons had enough room to dance in the New Year. Perhaps one Of the best indicators of New Year trends was increased trading at the Pacific Hotel's Liquor Barn. More trading' meant more people chose to drink at home. The buyers were also more selective. There was still a lot of carton-on-the-shoulder buyers but there were .many more choosing to put more "pop" into their New Year. The Railway Hotel had a bigger crowd than last year and revellers there were also well behaved. The most common desiption of New Year revels was "no problems". The Strand Hotel had an excellent Christmas and New Year trading was well above last year. New Year's Day was above expectations ... and a lot more "light" beer was sold. It was a further sign that people were well aware of the drink-driving campaign.

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NO VACANCY SIGNS SHOWED STRENGTH OF BOOKINGS veyed this week had some interesting observations on the bigger picture ... the year-round accommodation situation. All three, Fay Simon of Como Units, Brian Hooper of Seaspray (and Capricorn Coast Tourist Organisation chairman) and John Killeen of Island View Units at Kinka Beach, reported 100 per cent bookings over the past fortnight. All also commented how they could have filled twice as many units had they been available, then all made the same comment that the problem with having the additional unitswould be filling them in the off-season. But the problem with any discussion with accommodation owners is that comments are obviously confined to their business. Mrs Simon has eight units at Como and, year-round, has a 90 per cent occupancy rate. From June last year through to the end of 1988, Como's occupancy rate was up from 90 per cent to 96 per cent. Mr Killeen said Island View had an almost 100 per cent occupancy rate from April last year through to October. That was seven months of solid bookings "less a couple of cancellations at the last moment". Mr Hooper, however, said the past six months were "disastrous". He said he was speaking more for the accommodation industry in general than for Seaspray in particular. Mr Hooper, as CCTO chairman, is aware of a broader picture and holds to the view that Expo had definitely affected the Capricorn Coast tourist industry last year. "There were a lot of cancellations but for every cancellation over the Christmas period there were any number of people who wanted to fill the vacancy," he said. Mr Killeen also said there had been a lot of cancellations and agreed there had been plenty of people waiting to book in. But Mr Killeen was more interested in the growth last year than the solid bookings through Christmas. He expected to be filled t hough peak holiday seasons but said there had been an interesting trend in the past two years. In 1987, theyear before Expo, he said Island View had good winter bookings which died out around October. November was quiet and early December "died". He found that people did not bother to book ahead for holidays at Christmas that year. They spent the pre-Christmas period buying pres-

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ents and, on Christmas Day, found they had money left over and decided to go away for a break. "They took off on Christmas Day and stayed where-ever they could find accommodation. Last year, the accommodation bookings were far better. The April to October period was solidly booked. "We, like a lot of other accommodation businesses on the Capricorn Coast, enjoyed a long winter," Mr Killeen said. School holidays were longer because they were offset from other States and it added up to a much longer winter than usual. The final two weeks of November were bad then the Christmas period took over with a lot of local (Rockhampton and Central Queensland) bookings.

But there were unprecedented cancellations that were filled as soon as they occurred He said Island View offered three types of accommodation: camping, caravans and cabins. Something he noticed in 1988 was a trend toward "upgraded" holidays with less accent on camping and more on caravans and cabins. There were "unprecedented cancellations and adjustments" (changing holidays from three weeks to two weeks) and some people even forfeited deposits, but there were others to take the vacancies. He believes the 1988 Christmaswas affected by people buying their presents then finding they could not afford a holiday. Home loan increases and uncertainty in mining areas also contributed but he noticed a lot of southerners staying in 1988 ... and they had "loose cash". Overall, he believes he benefitted from Expo as well as from the changes in school holidays and increased investment in the area. Mrs Simon, with a 96 per cent occupancy rate for six months, is obviously happy with the accommodation outlook. Como Units enjoys about 50 per cent repeat business, people who book in each year and enjoy their stay in Yeppoon. "We tend to have the more mature visitor who comes back year after year," she said. The other half of Como's visitors generally come from Sydney and Melbourne ... people who visit for the climate and the relaxed lifestyle. "They love the Coast the way it is," Mrs •

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Simon said. "There have been complaints t1' year about the beach (Yeppoon) but they rt., ise that sand comes and goes and there are higher tides at Christmas." The bulk of Como's guests are Queenslanders ... followed by international visitors. Mrs Simon said a lot of Germans; Norwegians. Swedes and Swiss stayed at Como looking for the "real Australia". These are people who realise that one city is much - the same as another and that a real holiday means a change. "They love the islands," Mrs Simon said "They go to the Keppels day after day. They are also looking for things that are natural ... the birds, the animals, the trees." She believes there is a big future in promoting the "real Australia" overseas with a holiday that starts on the Capricorn Coast and ends at Alice Springs, following the Tropic of Capricorn. Her idea involves staying on the Coast and visiting the Keppel Islands and the Great Barrier Reef, then moving inland to see Rockhampton, a beef property in the Dawson/ Callide Valleys, Blackdown Tablelands, the Carnarvons, gem mining at Emerald, huge draglines on the coalfields, the Longreach Ha)! of Fame and heading further inland until Ayers . Rock. "There's so much to see in this region," she said. "I think the tours should be promoted as driving or bus tours to the Alice and then a flight back to the Coast. So much could be packed into a week," she said. Brian Hooper had the final word. He saw the Coast was definitely enjoying a peak Christmas but he found it difficult to compare with other years. "The problem is that Christmas is always a good season but this year we can see just how good it is because of the CCTO Information Centre at Ross Creek," he said. "We know by the huge number of inquiries just how many people are trying to book accommodation. "In years gone by we knew, as individuals, we were booked out but now we canget an overall picture from the Information Centre." The overall picture is one of enormous iterest in the Capricorn Coast. Mr Hooper said the Capricorn Coast had at least 3800 commercial beds available on any given night ... and the bulk of them were filled through Christmas. Obviously not all beds are filled because accommodation figures on bed available must include four beds in a two bedroom unit when only a couple may be occupying thewhole unit. But a booking is a booking ... and the Coast has been solidly booked! But there are vacancies in the immediate future. Mr Hooper knows of vacancies from January 10 and more from January 16. That's also normal. People book the peak periods and others don't necessarily want to commit themselves for the end of the January holidays. They work on the philosophy that they will find a vacancy during the peak period or the vacancy toward the end of the holidays will still be a available at the last moment. But while the present is looking good, Mr Hooper does not agree that the previous( months were the best. Speaking generally, he said the six months were disastrous. Being specific, he said the first two weeks of December were so bad Seaspray's occupancy rate had been only 20 per cent. "It was the lull before the storm of Christmas bookings .. but it was only 20 per cent," he said. "Expo drained a lot of pockets and there have been a lot of cancellations. The demand was there to fill the vacancies ... but a lot of people didn't take a holiday."

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BYFIELD craftworkers Steve and Beth Bishopric, who run Nob Creek Pottery, have received an artist development grant. The grant is made through the Federallyfunded Australia Council and is administered by the visual arts/crafts board. Artist development grants are awarded under guidelines that require artists/ craftpeople to hay: "a proven record of exceptional professional activity and achievement spanning at least seven years". Only 90 grants a year are awarded Australiawide and applications come from painters, photographers, video artists, sculptors, woodworkers, glassworkers, weavers as well as potters. The grant to Steve and Beth Bishopric is to assist with the building of a large climbing kiln based on the Japanese traditional "Anagama" kiln, and for the production of a video record for release at the second national woodfires conference in NSW this year. The grant further recognises the Bishoprics' commitment and experience in the wood-fired pottery area. Steve Bishopric was chosen this year to lead the wood-fire seminar of the International Ceramics '88' conference held in Sydney as a Bicentennial event. International potters have become regular visitors to Nob Creek Pottery at Byfield, just._ North of Yeppoon, bringing expertise from potters in Europe, Japan, USA and New Zealand. The latest is John Takehara, professor of art at Idaho University, who will visit to do prelimary research for a documentaryvideo on Australian ceramic artists, for USA release. Mr Bishopric said "a lot of work went into submitting a professional application which proved regional artists can compete with the better known southern artists ... if their case is presented properly." He was please(' •lat after 15 years of "slog as a self-funded potter with never even a dole cheque," the Australia Council was able to

"A lot of people come through our Byfield pottery and attend our live-in schools and this kiln will prove an excellent example of a large traditional style kiln and enable us to further develop our wood-fired style," he said. "Regional galleries tend to ignore the door step, often purchasing suspect quality work from southern names. This could result in a collection of the worst examples of the best artists being collected. "Another recent grant was awarded to Coast artist Bill Yaxley, who is nationally recognised and represented in most national collections but has been ignored by local galleries." The Bishoprics now have an exhibition of pottery on display at their Byfield gallery/ workshop.

Bottle with message at Zilzie... RICKY THWAITE started 1989 with one of the most exciting finds anyone can make on a beach ... a bottle with a message in it. Ai,out 10am on New Year's Day, while walking along the beach near Coconut Point at Zilzie, he saw the bottle on the edge of the surf. There were hardly any barnacles on it and the top was sealed with a five-cent piece with some "tacky stuff"' wrapped around the neck. Inside was the following message: "M/V Pilbara, 6th August, 1988. To the Finder: This bottled message was thrown overboard from the M/V Pilbara off Fremantle, 150 miles due east of Cairns, Queensland, Australia, during our voyage from Lae (New Guinea) to Burnie (Tasmania). Would the finder please be kind enough to write to my 14-year-old son, Dayle, with details of when and where found. I'm an Able Seaman and the vessel on which I'm presently engaged on a general purpose cargo and container ship which sails from Fremantle to Adelaide, Melbourne, Burnie, Sydney, Brisbane, Port Moresby, Lae, Kieta, Rabaul and back to Fremantle via the east and south coasts. The address to write to is: Mr Dayle

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ETTERS TO THE EDITOR Wake up Australia! IF YOU are lucky enough to own a block of land which overlooks the sea you will have had the misfortune to look out of your window one day to be confronted with a most offending sight ... a caravan or tent right in your line of view. If you are like most folk you will have ignored the sight and waited for it to go away. If, however, you are an active member of the community, or better still a councillor, you will have agitated for a "No Camping" sign to be erected. You would not have needed to fight very hard to gain the sign either; all councils are aware of the fact that if they can bring all people under their control then more revenue will be generated and so the sign will be placed. The campers will, in future, have no choice other than to go to a recognised caravancamping park, often run by the council. If, subsequently, prospective campers question the council as to the reason for the sign, they will be told they are dirty people who foul up an area. Your identity will be protected. It may come as some surprise that campers are normal people who do not like to live among garbage and faeces any more than you do. A further surprise will be in store if you observe people camped away from recognised parks, (if you can find any!) and note that they actually clean up the areas they camp in. As I said, they are normal people! Further observance may reveal someone's offspring indulging in a beach booze-up, leaving in their wake cartons of smashed stubby bottles and other unmentionable items. Or, on another beach-camping area, there may be someone else's offspring harassing the people on holiday there, as happened to me at Karumba. The erection of 'No Camping' signs is well and truly rooted in selfishness and avarice so let the truth be known instead of invented reasons for their existence. The message to the business community is also an important one. When you allow councils to force people into parks there are two results which affect you directly. Some people will be forced to go elsewhere, for example, pensioners and poorer people who simply cannot afford to travel and pay to stay as well, and you lose that potential custom. No matter where people are they still have to live! The camping-caravan park gets the bulk of the

Nev & Carol Welfare's

Good Old-Fashioned DRIVEWAY SERVICE! ( ICE, DIESEL, KERO NEAR THE SHOWGROUND - 39 1689

Classifieds Phone 39 4244

Cockroach

campers' money leaving you with the crumbs. Finally, as demonstrated clearly by the Yeppoon (sic) council, councils lack the expertise to manage ca:avan-camping parks efficiently and will ev:mtually attempt to unload these unprofitable ventures onto some unsuspecting sucker who will be expected to not only run the show but also to pay council an exhorbitant sum in leasehold. The result to business, and the community in general, will be unfavourable to say the least! Get rid of the signs and return freedom to the people. Some of our fathers fought for the freedom of this country only to see councils remove those very freedoms, Give people a pleasant place to come and stay. The rewards to the community in general will far outweigh any inconvenience to selfish land-holders who overlook the beaches and want to protect their view, even to the extent of wanting to control activities of people on land not owned by the viewer! Wake up Australia! Already there are few places where you can go for a trip or holiday without someone wanting to extort you for the privilege. And whatever happened to that coastal strip of land all around Australia that, at the time of Federation, was to have been reserved for public use? - F Harmer, Limestone Creek Road, Yeppoon.

Problems? Phone 39 3370

Contact Jenny Vaughan Discount to Students, Pensioners & Unemployed Ph. 34 4794 or 28 6955 PLUS YEPPOON & MT MORGAN

LOW CALORIE Yoghurt Icecream

THICK, FRESH Fruit Shakes

Have a look at CCTO centre AT last Yeppoon has its own focal point for the development and encouragement of the tourist industry. The Capricorn Coast Tourist Organisation's Information Centre is not only a clean, new, bright, attractive place to visit, it is also very well situated: ask the visitors where they are staying and many will say "we've just driven into Yeppoon". Working there as a volunteer is both interesting and exciting. You get to meet people from all over the world and you are learning so much more about the area as you help them. Working there as a volunteer is also a great opportunity for young people like school leavers to gain valuable "hands-on" experience in public relati.:.:.s - the social skills needed to work with the public. The inquiries are numerous and varied. Most are about accommodation. It would be very helpful if all the accommodation proprietors who have vacanies could ring these through every morning, giving number, size and cost. Don't be shy! It is really good to be able to refer visitors to a vacancy and give them a map to show them the way. Other inquiries range from horse riding to hiring scuba-diving gear to a day's fishing trip. The inquiries show up clearly the extent and variety of the service that the Coast does provide - but also highlights the need for small entrepreneurs to cater for specific needs. On display in the centre are large posters of the coast's attractions and also accommodation venues - a 38cm (15") square free space is available to any local business. Also on display arc the "freebies" - bright, colourful promotional pamphlets advertising everything from the Capricorn Iwasaki to the Shell Museum and Paint Pot Gallery. Have you got your material there? If you haven't yet visited the Capricorn Coast's very own Tourist Information Centre, come down soon. You are sure to receive a warm and friendly welcome from one of the Coast's 45 volunteers. - Glynis. Cumming, "Sweetwatcrs", Adelaide Park Road, Yeppoon.

ANGLISS Savemore Centre Call in & Meet the Friendly Staff at the BIG new Shop

Ph. 39 1700 or 39 1633 FREE HOME DELIVERY Specials on Sale from Monday

BEST Fruit Salad ... all available :limn

ABOVE: by and Gordon Mallory danced the night away at the E17111 Park Cultural Hall on New Year's Eve.

PORK Chops

$‘199 kg

Yeppoon Fresh Fruit & Veg James Street

Emu Park

.

Newsagency

Sack to School Sale • Calculators - Save up to $4.65 - $9.65, $12.95 & $26.35 • Newspower stapled Exercise Books (48 p. 29c, 64 p. 35c, 128 p. 65c) • PVC Foolscap Clipboards with cover (were $2.99) $1.85 • 'Kippy' Glue 50cc pens (were $1.19) 69c each • Cox Compass $2.15 each • Coloured Pencils, Faber-Castell 12s, full length (were $2.79) $1.29 pkt • Newspower scrap books 96 pps, 333x245 (were $1.75 ea) $1.39each • Exercise Book covers, slip on, clear or tinted, (were 79c ea) 49c each • 2 ring PVC Foolscap Binders (were $2.89 ea) $2.15 each • Liquid Paper, Bond white correction fluid (were $1.99) $1.55 bottle • Cox Maths Set in a tin (were $4.95) $2.98 each • 2 hole punch $2.69 • Etema Hog Hair Artist Brushes (full range available) No. 8 size 85c • Colour Markers, Wallet of 12 (were $2.25) $1.19 wallet • Crayons (were $1.59) $1.19 • Foolscap Binder Refills $1.65 pkt of 50 • Bostik Blu-Tack (were $2.59) $1.99 • Project books (were $1.99) $1.69 • Vinyl zip-top pencil cases, clear & assorted colours (were $2.25) $1.20 • Super Glue 3m1 tubes (were $2.29) $1.75 • Glue Sticks $79c each • No.10 Stapling machine with 500 staples (were $1.59) 99c each • Staedtler Tradition Pencils HB, 2H &2B (were 45c) 30c each

Belly PORK Cutlets

Sweet & Sour

(Marinated or Plain)

PORK Pieces

$1 199 ‘1, kg

$499kg


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ALL TAKEAWAYS

[ Sandy's

Open from 7.30am -alieek SIT-DOWN 7- s MEALS Normanby St, Yeppoon

CAFE 39 2394

COOEE CORNER 1 1

Fast Food

* Chickens * San * Fish 'n' Chips * 7 days — 7ain to iliant . Phone orders to 39 1033

Tke Saguia Pack

•Ph. orders 39 1397 *meals, snacks *Juices, vitamins • Health foods 40 JAMES ST, YEPPOOON. 391397

Gayle & Malcolm Hampson

ABOVE: Pictured is part of the large crowd waiting for their name to be drawn as winner of the Ambulance Christmas Fair refrigerator on New Year's Eve.

Vocal Duo

Specialising in Weddings, Parties All Functions Catered for

Phone 39 3343 Booknow for your Christmas Party

10 mins from Yeppoo; Open 930am-4.30pm 7 days •

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Phone: 39 7590 Handfeed the tame animals Shady picnic areas • Swimming Pool Group Bookings welcome New owners: John & Pattie Shannon

ABOVE: Dave and Flo Gardner celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary at La Barnba on New Year's Eve. The Gardners, from South Australia, are holidaying on theCoast with their son, David. Pictured (not in order) Neville Druery, Tracey Steffack, Gladys Stavt, George Renwick, Glenda Gardner and Julie Grant.

KAVLON THEATRE, YEPPOON - 39 1154 Air-Conditioned for your comfort

ONE PERFORMANCE ONLY ABOVE: Vocaleyes (Gayle and Makoln gra on New Year's Eve.

NEXT WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 11 AT 8.15PM

LIVE ON STAGE

CAPRI CHICKEN & SEAFOOD pen 7 days

THE INCREDIBLE FRANK JOHNSON

(MortFri):':

International Hypnotist

• STAGE • RADIO • TV • VIDEO • An unforgettable Evening of Riotus Entertainment

ABOVE: Pictured with Yeppoon Emu Park Ambulance committee chairman Net' Welfare is the winner of the refrigera- , tot and contents ... J Johnson, 37 Rockhampton Road, Yeppoon.

DON'T MISS THIS FAMILY SHOW • ADULTS - $7 - CHILD. & PENS. - $4 • • FAMILY TICKET (2 ADULTS, 2 CHILDREN $15) • BOOKINGS NOW OPEN at KAVLON THEATRE GIVEAWAYS ON STAGE, KIND COURTESY OF: • Jewellery, Ring Magic, Yeppoon • Perfume, Stewart & Brumm, Yeppoon • Hair Styling, Hair by Ross, Nth R'ton • Watches, Greens Musical Store, R'ton • Dinner for 2, Whales Tail Restaurant, Yeppoon •

DOOR SALES FROM 7.15Pm - SHOWTIME 8.15PM

am77.30pm (Weekends)

cttman Street,. Yeppoon

OPEN

Relwe the past at —

Ross' Emu Park Roa

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HISTORICAL VILLAGE ---111111P17—

Saturday, Sunday, Monday and Thursday ... from 10am, last guests through gates 3pm Tours are by arrangement only

You are invited to wander through this historical complex of houses. antiques and a street of churches. Home-made sandwiches and cakes are available, but yon are welcome to bring your own food and picnic under the trees. Tea. coffee and soft drinks arc on sale in one of the church halls.

Weddings, Conventions and 'special' occasions are welcome Group bookings are available

Inquiries: 39 6466


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SANDS ARCADE

WOODSY'S

YEPPOON 39 4568 OPEN 6AM - MIDNIGHT 7 DAYS-A-WEEK

AUSSIE DINE-IN EARLY BREKKY EVERYDAY MORNING AND AFTERNOON TEA LUNCH • DINNER • SUPPER

Fair Dinkurn Aussie Tucker

Causeway Lake Store ABOVE: New Year's Eve revellers took off on Victory for a night on the high seas. It was just one of the ways the Capricorn Coast celebrated the start of 1989.

Open 7 Days, 7.30am-7pm Phone 33 6237

After the Fish Bite in the Lake... Call into Jim & Evie's Store for a bite

Large Range of Takeaway Food • Bait • Fishing Tackle • Petrol Ice • • Groceries • Smallgoods • Milk • Cold Drinks •

Remember, the Fishing's Great at the Causeway Lake!

DON'T MISS Queensland's Premier • Reef Trip c on 35-metre air-conditioned luxury catamaran

z Hampson) entertained revellers at Kanan-

1

ABOVE: Michael Smith was sir on December 31 and he spent the evening at the Ambulance Fair in Beaman Park with his . grandfather Brian Hose.

Relatives keeping Kanangra open CLUB HOTEL while Hugh away Try a

COUNTER MEAL at the

Daily from Specials

$300

Lunches: Mon-Fri, Noon to 2pm Dinner: Fri, Sat, Char Grill, 6.pm-8pm Sunday: Noon to 3pm

I

Capricorn Hearts

Tropical Flower Farm OPEN 1.30PM DAILY 8KM ALONG TANBY RD FROM YEPPOON - 39 7120 ° DEVONSHIRE TEAS • AND •

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GUIDED

TOURS •

apricorn Reefseeker

WHILE Hugh Pilbury is in Brisbane receiving medical treatment, Kanangra Restaurant continues its Friday night, Saturday night and Sunday lunch trade with help from relatives and staff. Hugh's wife, Liz, is with him in Brisbane, and Liz's sister, Louise Davidson and her husband Ray, (from Buderim) are managing Kanangra. Mrs Davidson said this week her husband, a chef, was being assisted by apprentice Dean Ahern and the rest of the Kanangra staff. She said Hugh was doing well and was expected to retun next week. She thanked everyone on the Coast for the inquiries and best wishes for Hugh.

Departs Rosslyn Bay 9am, ex-Rockhampton Coach 8am. Smorgasbord Lunch, morning & afternoon teas, glass-bottomed boat & snorkelling gear included

ALL INQUIRIES: Phone (079) 33 6744 or 27 2948

Visit Great Keppel Island & do it in style aboard

y Your total Victor fun day

Dining out on the Capricorn Coast

KANANGRA Licensed Family Restaurant Buffet Style Menu ... Eat as much as you like! Friday Night $15 Saturday Night $17 Sunday Lunch $13 Children Welcome Under 14: Half Price Pre-Schoolers: Free

39 7144 BOOKINGS ESSENTIAL

Transfers, Island cruise with boom netting, smorgasbord lunch & underwater observatory are optional extras. Enjoy the new resort facilities for day trippers pool, shop & bar, etc

IT'S A DAY YOU'LL ALL REMEMBER' For further information phone (079) 33 6744 Or 27 2948

GREAT KEPPEL ISLAND TOURIST SERVICES 168 Denison Street, Rockhampton Q, 4700


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MCapricorn Coast

PUBLIC NOTICES

INCOME TAX 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. Gyinpie. Our postal address is Capricorn Coast Mirror. 110 BoN 769. Yeppoon. 4703. and our office-is located on the corner of Adelaide Park Road and Cliff Street. Yeppoon. Phone the Mirror on (079) 39 4244. We are open 9am to 5pm. Monday to Friday. The deadline for all editorial and advertising copy is noon on Wednesday. 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. ADVERTISING CONDITIONS The Advertiser warrants and undertakes to the publishers of the Capricorn Coast Mirror that no material, statement, representation or information contained in the advertisement: is, or is likely to be, misleading or deceptive: is in full or. in part, defamatory. in breach of copyright, trademark or other intellectual or industrial property right:, is otherwise in breach of any provision of any Statute. Regulation or rule of law. The Advertiser acknowledges that he is aware that the publishers of the Capricorn Coast Mitror are relying on the provisions of this clause. In consideration of the publishers of the Capricorn Coast Mirror accepting the advertisement for publication. the Advertiser hereby agrees to indemnify the publisher against all and any losses, costs, demands. claims. damages. expenses. proceedings and legal costs arising as a result of the publication of the advertisement or as a result of the Capricorn Coast Mirror having to correct. alter. amend or otherwise change any advertisement or any delay in publication or cancellation of the advertisement. While everycare is taken with all Display and Classified advertisments, the Capricorn Coast Mirror cannot be held responsible for errors or their effect. If brought to our attention on . the FIRST day of publication prior to our deadline adjustments may be made, but only for the space occupied by the error. It is the responsibility of the Advertiser to advise the Capricorn Coast Mirror of any error and we will not be held responsible for unnotified recurring errors. Positioning of classified advertisements cannot be guaranteed. The Capricorn Coast Mirror reserves the right to alter, abbreviate, omit or re-classify advertisements for any reason. Responsibility not accepted for wrongclassification or for any error or inaccuracy in advertisements placed by telephone.

COMMUNITY NOTICES CHARITY flea market, Yeppoon Showground starts 7am every Saturday. VIETNAM Veterans from all services: Capricorn Coast branch of the Vietnam Veterans Legion, phone 39 3722 or 34 4130. CHILDBIRTH classes, books and videos. Contact New & Pregnant Parents' Support. 39 4523. AA meets Uniting Church Hall, Arthur Street, Yeppoon, 8pm every Friday. Further information, 39 3924 or 39 1320. AL-ANON meets Uniting Church Hall, Arthur Street, Yeppoon, 8pm every Friday. Further information, 39 3924. ALCOHOL and Drug Information Service 008177833 (the price of a local call), 7 days-a-week, 24-hours-a-day. ADULT reading, writing and spelling classes. Free tuition. Phone Brenda Barry, 39 4304. AGORAPHOBIA (extreme anxiety). Contact Mary, Community Health, 39 1469, 39 1064 a/h. DIABETIC Group. ph Colleen Bignell, 39 3141. COMPASSIONATE Friends meet Wednesdays, 4pm, 14 Higson Street, Emu Park. Inquiries, Eleanor, 39 6152. CHRISTIAN Meditation. A group meets every Tuesday at 7pm for Christian Meditation at the Benedictine Monastery, 56 Old Scenic Highway, Lammermoor Beach. All welcome.

PERSONAL ROBBIE. Grandma loves and misses you. Phone reverse charges. Signed, Om i.

PUBLIC NOTICES

Leading Rockhampton TAX AGENT Ray Smith and Co are now established on the Capricorn Coast at

Bill Thomson's Real Estate office, James St, Yeppoon. LOIS BAYLISS will provide you with Friendly, Efficient and Confidential Service at Reasonable Rates. FOR MAXIMUM REFUNDS Phone Lois TODAY for an Appointment 39 2224

for strength, longer life and rust-free service

... fit FIBREGLASS components Mudguards • Bonnets • Roofs lailable from:

Central Old Fibreglass (alongside Airstrip)

39 6038

EMU PARK 33 6363 a/h

FOR SALE

CAPRICORN Coast Swimming Club-club nights to recommence on Wednesday, January 18, at 6.30pm. WE hereby withdraw from all agents hands, sale of property at Limestone Creek. CAPRICORN Coast Cricket Club, christmas hamper winner was K Smith. CAPRCORN Coast Writers Club meets on the first Tuesday of each month, 9.30am to 11am, at the RSL Hall in Yeppoon. RSL War Museum, next door to Yeppoon Police Station, is open every Mondasy afternoon from 2pm to 4pm. YEPPOON State Primary School patents and citizens, Christmas raffle first prize of christmas drinks; went to Mr Wally Muller, who kindly donated them back. Second prize, the remote control car went to Mrs W Krievins. YEPPOON Choral Society, AGM will held on Thursday, January 26, at the Yeppoon town hall, at 7.30pm, all existing members and new members are all welcome. YEPPOON Choral Society, will have their first practice at the Yeppoon Town Hall on Tuesday, January 24, at 7.30pm. HALL for hire. Centre Yeppoon, ideal for all organisations and mostfunctions. Reasonable rent. Phone Pauline, 39 3252. BAKEHOUSE Gym New moves aerobics classes.. Accredited staff, new aerobics floor. Mondays, Wednesday, Fridays. 12.30pm; Mon • Thurs, 6pm; $4, ($3 'students and pensioners; babysitter free with classes. 393898.

BATTERIES for your car, boat, tractor or truck. All sizes. Top quality. Phone 34 4278. LARGE palms (7' - 8') $16, othersfrom $2. Budget Nursery, Emu Park/Rockhampton Road. See Budget Nursery signs. ROCKY Bike Wreckers, 307 Bolsover Street ... always buying bikes. 22 5499. STOVE elements, drip trays and chrome rings ... sales and service. Yeppoon Electrical Service. 39 3835. LAMBSKINS, cookbooks, mehtais, lambskin toys ... from Nursing Mothers. Phone Cheryl 39 4439. TWO Mature coconut palm trees. 25ft high, for removal, $100 each. Phone 391375. GARAGE Sale, Saturday and Sunday, 8.30am, at 34 Dolphin Cresent, Taranganba. GARAGE Sale, Saturday 7, 8am, at 33 Hellas Street, Yeppoon. Good double wardrobes, singlerobe and dressing table, cupboard, piano stool, fans, tools, load binder, sundries. Phone 394929. HAYMEN Reese. Tow bar and equipment, suit F100-250. Phone 393370.

Hempenstall, Noyes & Assocites:

EXPRESS Parcel I DELIVERY3Lt°e Coastal 22 1789 Carriers

* Public Accountants (C.P.A.) * Taxation Consultants

daily

?4 Anzac Parade, Yeppoon 39 3740,

N. S. MANI Public Accountant Reg Tax Agent Tax Returns • Business Advisor Accounting • House Calls

39 2212 Parcel Delivery Burton's

Yeppoon/Rockhampton, twice daily Yeppoon/Emu Park, 1pm every day

27 4244 or

28 7853 a/h

Charismatic Meetings 10am Sundays "Carmel", 6 Emu Street Inquiries, other meetings: 39 6147

Yeppoon Baptist Church

Commencement of School and Enrolments 1989

• eraithwaite Street Holiday Service Times

• Students in Years 8 & 11 commence School Monday, January 23, at 9am • All Students attend School Tuesday, January 24, at 9am

Sunday Worship: 10am Evening Service: 7pm

Enrolment of New Students Students who attended Yeppoon, Emu Park & district Primary Schools in 1988 have been enrolled. Enrollment of students new to the school and district • All Day January 16 January 17 Afternoon periods January 18-20 Please ring 39 1815 for an appointment to enrol your son/daughter. This will save long waiting periods. J. GREGG, PRINCIPAL

MONTHLY DRAW

WINNER of

Donna Molloy's BEACHCOMBER HAIR AFFAIR is Mrs D. Frisby, Claude St, Zilzie. Drawn by M.B. Thomasson J.P.

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EVANS,EDWARDS & ASSOCIATES CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS Professional Accountants, Tax Agents and Business Advisors YEPPOON office attended \ Tuesday: Judith (Julie) Ward Wednesday: Tony Edwards

OLD BARN

New and Secondhand bouggohtoa dssold

The

39 3119

Arthur St, Yeppoon

a/h: 39 3773 Lay-bys Available

Apple Macintosh • 512k Enhanced and software

Phone 39 2281

Emu Park Living Word Centre

Yeppoon State High School

23 Hill St, Yeppoon (beside Maguire's Solicitors)

39 1766

Rockhampton: 27 4588 Emerald: 82 1240 Brisbane: 2064032

I SCREEN DOORS and

WINDOWS that will

LAST and are

• Decorative • Won't Rust • Secure Made-to-measure

/Aluminium Awnings and

Holland Blinds Central Coast Insect Screens FREE QUOTE

39 4318

POSITIONS VACANT UNEMPLOYED living on the Coast. Volunteer work in child care, clerical work, sports, supervisors, available now. Contact Community Volun. teer Programme on 22 2352 or Yeppoon CES for appointment. PERMANENT babysitter, reliable person, owr car, contact Jenny, 2/15 Tucker Street, after 3pm on Friday and Saturday.

BINGO

Ctirlstmas Closure

SUNDAY: 7.30pm, Cooee Bay Hall for Junior

Yeppoon office closed 22.12.88 - 2.1.89 Rockhampton: 24.12.88 - 3.1.89

MONDAY: 1.30pm, Yeppoon CWA Hall. Senior

I will be absent from my surgery from December 18 to January 15. During this time I would be mostly at home and will be available for urgent consultation. Ami Setu Dental Surgeon

Toyota Landcruiser Owners!

PUBLIC NOTICES

Sports Development Fund. Permit No. 3872. Citizens Benevolent Housing Society. No. 8142. 7.30pm, Yeppoon Town Hall. Yeppoon Golf Club. Promoter: E Nankivell. Permit No.B22892. THURSDAY: 1.30pm, Yeppoon Bowls Club. Permit No. B21554. FRIDAY: 7.30pm, Cooee Bay Hall. Free bus, phone 39 1379. Cooee Bay Progress Association. Promoter: Olive Dorey. Permit No. B22744. SATURDAY: 7.30pm, Yeppoon .Town Hall. 5 Jackpots totalling $1000. Best chance $100 in 60 calls. Olympic Pool Appeal. Promoter: Brian Dorey. Permit No. B22735. MONDAY:

AD Furniture Discounted during January

THE SHED ANTIQUES BANKCA RD

Savemore Centre 39 4532

LAY-BY

FOR HIRE DINGHY for hire. $40 per day. Phone 39 6437•. DINGHYSfor hire, Coorooman Creek, $6 per day.

Phone 34 4174. HORSES for hire. Escorted trail rides. Book in ...

34 4174.


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! Professionals

EMU PARK 27 Pattison St - 39 6411 Extra Large Home on Extra Large Acres

Large Home on Small Acres Located just off the Rockhampton/Emu Park Road about 10 mins from Emu Park is this super large American Lodge style timber and brick home. It is set among natural thinned bushland and has a creek frontage and this home blends well with its setting. Features 4 large bedrooms, super large living area, very modem kitchen with real timber cupboards, large and modem bathroom. Plenty of water, power and phone connected. The vendor is asking $120,000 but is willing to negotiate. Inspection will surprise. Ask for Doug Woods or a/h phone 39 6970

Located within 5 minutes of Yeppoon in a beautiful rainforest type setting of over 11ha is this 41 sqs overall home built to blend with its environment. Modem Ranchstyle featuring 4 bedrooms, slate floors, triple carport & many' more features too numerous to mention here. Rich volcanic soil, plenty water. Power & phone connected. Well worth inspection at only $180,000. Ask for Kevin Doolan or a/h 39 6316

Conservative Brick & Stucco

INVESTORS SUPER SPECIAL If you have an eye for value well this home is for you. Located very close to town, beaches and school is this 3 bedroom highest aluminium clad home which requires next to no external maintenance. It catches the sea breezes. Can be easily enclosed underneath. Suits all purposes (first home, retirement, beachhouse, family home or just straight out rental investment). Well recommended at $57,000 negotiable.

This elegant brick & stucco home features 3 bedrooms, modern kitchen & living area. Has bonus extra large living area separate. This home is solid & presents well on its elevated block close to town, beaches & school. Great family home but would equally suit retirees or just a good future investment. $70,000 is being asked for this. Ask for Doug Woods or a/h 39 6970

Neat Family or Retirement Home.

Big Neat Family Home Situated on a nice level quarter acre block is this impeccable neat solid block home with nothing to spend. It features 3 built in bedrooms, very modem kitchen and open living and dining areas. Has 2 car lockup garages, outdoor entertainment area with BBQ, garden shed etc. The buying price here is the only cost because this house is finished. The vendors are asking $85,000 but will listen to reasonable offers. Genuine reason for selling. Ask for Roger Barret or a/h 39 6336.

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Situated on almost quarter acre of established lawns is this 3 bedroom brick clad family home would suit all purpose, family, retirement, investment. If you need plenty of car accomodation and workshop space, well this has it. Has all modem conveniences, established gardens with fruit trees. Well worth a look at $85,000W1WO.

Zilzie Beachhouse Special

Small Acreage Retirement Special.

Located very close to both Zilzie beaches is this 2 bedroom very solid beachhouse situated on an easy to care for lot ( so you don't waste beachtime). Comes complete with most furniture required. This home would also suit first home or investment because to price is a small $42,000. Ask for Kevin Doolan or a/h 39 6316.

Located in a quiet rural village setting central to Emu Park, Yeppoon and Rockhampton is this solidly built very large 1 bedroom (easily extended) home with modem features. Attached is a very large green/shadehouse for all your special plants. Cool location with plenty of water, power and telephone connected. Don't miss inspection because the price is a small $49,500 but the vendor really wants to sell. Ask for Roger Barret or a/h 39 6336.

Hi-set Investment Special

Top Beach House and Position

Neat as a pin is this hiset 2 bedroom B/I family home situate on half acre of level land. Downstairs is fully enclosed and includes garage. Has many extras which makes this a desirable home. Also has greenhouse, established palms etc etc . Suits family, beachhouse, retirement or rental investment. Don't miss it at the realistic price of $58,000. Ask for Kevin Doolan or a/h 39 6316.

If you are looking for a top beach house in a top position well this one should not be missed. Situate in the Lammermoor Beach are it is in such a position that it is almost absolute beach frontage. Features 2 bedrooms. Has NE views. Position alone will sell this house. Well priced at $90,000. Ask for Kevin Doolan or a/h 39 6316.

Golf Course And Sea Views

For The Causeway Enthusiast

LAING MASON 39 6174

Located very close to the causeway lake and all it has to offer is this low-set splitblock family home with all modem features. Features 3 B/ I bedrooms, very modern kitchen, all quality inclusions and is set in a nice gardenlike setting. Solidly built and only 18 months old. Should not be missed at $82,500. Ask for Laing, Mason or a/h 39 6714.

This large brick home is in an elevated position overlooking the Golf Course with seaviews at back. It is solidly built and low-set on good half acre block of land. Has 2 car accommodation, large living area. Also especially enclosed full length side verandah both glassed and screened to take full advantage of the can't-bebuilt-out views. Modern conservative finish makes this a desirable home. The owner is asking $105,000 but is willing to listen to reasonable offers. Inspection a must. Ask for Doug Woods or a./h 39 6970.

Huge Family Home On the Beach

Located To Catch The Breeze

Located on the beachfront is this huge family or beach home. The upper level features 4 bedrooms and large living area with great sea and island views. Downstairs features large self contained area for your guests with a couple of extra bedrooms. In front of this is an inground pool for your relaxation. The grounds are pleasant and well treed. Undercover car accommodation. This home is in the older style but is sound and makes sound sense at only $85,000 firm. Ask for Kevin Doolan or a/h 39 6316.

The highset immaculate 3 bedroom family home is positioned to catch the sea breezes and is located very close to town, beaches and school. Downstairs is a huge garage and workshop area which is totally enclosed. The grounds are a gardeners delight and also has separate extra car or boat accommodation. The total package makes sound sense at the realistic price of $67,000. Ask for Laing Mason or a/h 39 6174.

ROGER BARRATT 39 6336

lopr„nitspeasy & Doolan Real Estate Pty Ltd

KEVIN DOOLAN 39 6316

DOUG WOODS 39 6970

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• Firstly Commencing at 11am on the Land Larnarch St (Corner Pacific St, Emu Park) Being Lots 109-114 R.P. 604019 (Parish of Hewittville, Town of Emu Park)

Comprising Six Allotments fronting Larnach Street

• Secondly, at Noon, on the land at William St Lots 22 and 23 on R.P. 611250 (to be amalgamated) Parish of Hewittville, Town of Emu Park

• And then at 12.30pm on Site in Fountain St Lot 1 on R.P. 614674 (Parish of Hewittville, Town of Emu Park)

Each Lot has access to Electricity and Reticulated Town Water. This is your chance to secure a Plot on the Fast-Growing Capricorn Coast at a Realistic Price Further Information and details Contact

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ABOVE: Brian Spowart, Tanya Benson and Jeff Niel crew Without Envy in the Corsair titles hosted by the Keppel Bay Sailing Club.

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ABOVE: David Avenell spent Monday afternoon repairing Little Lady. He is 'nixing resin for the repairs. ABOVE: Scott Anderson, Maria Hendricks and Ron Hendricks are pictured with a Corsair in front of the Keppel Bay Sailing Club after Tuesday's race.

ABOVE: Nanette Nissan and Barbara Gardine prepare their Corsair Starship for the titles.

ABOVE: This foursome was pictured at the Club Hotel on New Year's Eve: Leanne Holt, Kvlie Malley, Steve Callaghan and Trevor 77ionzasson.

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PROFESSIONAL mowing and edging, tree RETIRED carpenter. Small jobs, insect screening, lopping. rubbish removal. Free quotes. Central furniture repairs. Phone 39 6507. FOR A1 looking lawnsand garden ... phone 336407. Coast Mowing Service. Phone Jim. 39 3735. FENCING, yard building, tree lopping and yard LOST AND FOUND cleaning. Phone 39 1140. BLACK and Orange body board, lost at Cooee CEILINGS and walls washed, windows cleaned Bay playground, santa's gift, please. Phone and exteriors washed down. Free quotes. Phone 391915. De:, or Dot. 39 7110. LAWN-MOWING. yard work, odd jobs, house cleaning. Phone 39 2460.... MACHINERY CARPENTER available: renovations and repairs at 3P/L disc harrows. 2 disc plough and a rotary reasonable rates. Phone 39 4587 or 39 3065. tiller. Phone 397134.

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Friday, January 6: 6pm & 10pm Saturday, January 7: 7pm & 10pm Sunday, January 8: 6pm & 8pm Monday, January 9: 6pm Tuesday, January 10: 6pm

Thursday, Jan 5 to Tuesday, Jan 10, 8pm (not Sunday, Jan 8) Thursday, 12 Jan to Sunday 14 Jan, 8pm at

ABOVE: John Frankel is president of the Rockhampton naval cadet unit. The unit is competing in the 20th National Corsair titles sponsored by the National Australia Bank.

ABOVE: Daniel Little ( 14) is the youngest skipper competing in the Corsair titles. He is holding an injured turtle he found in Keppel Bay.

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ABOVE: Resting in the comfort of Beaman Park before the big draw at the ambulance fair on New Year's Eve are Kaye Hill, Irene Archer, Maud Elliott and Ivy Philp. In front is Tanya Harmsworth (12) of Longreach.


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Handicap series z-starts at squash for aid to fitness

Mixed bowls on at Emu Park MIXED Social bowling has resumed at Emu Park Bowls Club every Sunday. Tuesday. Wednesday and Saturday starting at .30?m. (Names in before Ipn-, please). There's a practice roll-up every Friday. The men's club will be organising all games until January 18, when the ladies club will take over the Wednesday games. Ladies are reminded that nominations for competitions close on January 27. A cordial invitation is extended to visitors on the Coast. The gentle sea breeze, the cold drinks, and the tropical setting provide a relaxing environment for holiday enjoyment. Lawn bowls continues to grow in popularity and is one of the largest participator sports in the world. Age is no barrier because the game is suitablelor anyone over the,age of 14. After the initial cost of the necessary gear-it is an inexpensive pastime. At Emu Park bowls Club, green fees are $2.50 for a game of about three hours, and includes afternoon tea. Members are reminded that membership fees for 1989 arc now due: men's full fee S30; pensioners S20 and ladies 512.50. Social evenings continue every Friday, with. barbecue teas served from 6pm and good music by Ron Gibson throughout the night.

CAPRICORN Coast Squash Club members resumed play on Wednesday night after a • short Christmas break. Club members and intending competition players are playing a handicap series during the regular team fixture break to maintain some semblance of fitness. The handicap competition known as the In Betweens Competition, matches players of varying standards through a computer-generated handicap. The handicap varies with a player's performance as• the competition progresses. The handicaps usually provide very close competition and this week was no exception with Ellen Farr narrowly defeating new member Maria Moroney one game each 29 points to 28. Games in this competition are played to 15 points. Maria's husband, Greg, had a little more success when he played Shane Miners. Greg won one game each 26 points to 24.

35 baptised in portable pool MINISTERS of Jehovah's Witnesses stood waist-deep in a portable pool to perform the baptism of 35 people during a ceremony at the Rockhampton Showgr , ound on the weekend. Among those baptised were five from the Yeppoon congregation, who have been studying the Bible for more than the qualifying period of at least six months. The baptismal candidates were aged between 11 and 79 years, and the 70 year old was in the group from Yeppoon. The ceremony took place during a series of "Divine Justice" District Conventions of Jehovah's Witnesses, held simultaneously throughout Australia, New Zealand and Papua New Guinea during four days last week. More than 2000 delegates at Rockhampton considered the programme had encouraged family togetherness and strengthened faith in the eventual hope of justice for all righteously inclined people.

Let centre know of vacancies THE CCTO Information Centre has proved its need over the Christmas period by providing information to a lot of people ... but supplying the demand has used a lot of brochures. CCTO chairman Brian Hooper this week appealed to Capricorn Coast accommodation houses, attractions and businesses to check that the Information Centre still had a supply of their brochures. "We have gone through a lot of brochures tend some businesses may no longer be represented," Mr Hooper said. "If any business has already supplied the centre with a brochure it would be wise to drop in and check that we still have supplies. "We have gone through so many there must be some that we've run out of." He also ap...:aled to accommodation houses to list any vacancies that may occur by phoning the centre. "Phone us on 39 4888. If you have a vacancy, the visitors calling on us want to know about it," he said '

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Annual barbecue at Yeppoon club ABOVE: Emu Park Rugby League Club held its sign-on at the Pine Beach Hotel. Secretary Jeff Quigley is pictured signing up Kent Svendsen. •

Emu Park rugby league players already training for first season TWENTY-SIX players signed for the 1989 Emu Park Rugby League reserve grade team to compete in the Rockhampton division. The players have been training unofficially during the Christmas-New Year break. "The runs were well attended even though it was holiday time," Emu Park Rugby League Club publicity officer Jeff Quigley said tis week. "Official training started on January 3. The players will train every Tuesday and Thursday at 5.30pm starting from Kerr Park opposite the Pine Beach Hotel. "We are still on the look-out for more interested players and anyone is welcome to come along on training runs," he said. "In fact, if anyone wants to get fit they are welcome to have a run with us or just come for the fun of it." The club has arranged for a bus to take . players and spectators to games. "We aren't having any paid players. We want everyone to play for the love of the game and town spirit," Mr Quigley said.

The side will have its first game, in the preliminary for the Yeppoon Bronco game, against a Townsville University representative side. "Our team will be an invitation Emu Park side." The inaugural general meeting in December was well attended and a full committee elected. President is Eddie Mallard; vice president Danny Duffy; secretary and publicity officer Jeff Quigley and treasurer Barry Wetzler. Committee members are Steve Sleeman, George Aboud, Steve Anderson, Bill Lin nett e, Ken Barrett, Bindi Yow Yeh, Charlie Strathford and Danny Thorton. Coach is Steve Anderson; assistant coach Jeff Quigley; trainer Ken Barrett; manager Steve Sleeman and ball-boy is Gavin Duffy. The club has three major sponsors ... the Pine Beach Hotel, Emu Park Esso and Emu Park Bakery. Open committee meetings will be monthly at the Pine Beach Hotel.

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FOLLOWING an afternoon of mixed bowls on New Year's eve, the Yeppoon bowls club staged their annual barbecue and social. About 150 members, friends and children attended the festivities and club president Norm Myler said this week he was extremely pleased with both the attendance and the family atmosphere of the whole evening. "Gatherings such as this help to create and improve relationships within the club and the outlook for 1989 is indeed bright,- he said. Music for the evening was supplied-by Ray and Joan Clark of Rockhampton, ably assisted by Graham McCosker on drums. Compere Reg. Gibbons kept the entertainment moving with dancing and there were also items by • members of the audience. A large number of those present stayed on to bid farewell to the bicentennial year and herald in 1989. The departure from the normal play on bowling days to that of ladies and men's and mixed bowls has proved a huge success over the Christmas and New Year period. Attendances on all days was high and some good games were played. Members are reminded that nominations for all grades of competitions are now being taken. As from the week starting January 9, play will revert to normal and is as follows: Tuesdays, ladies bowls; Wednesdays, men's social; •Friday, floodlight mixed bowls, starting at 6.30pm; Saturday, men's bowls; Sundays, mixed bowls.All daytime bowls start at 1.15pm.

FUN AFTERNOON TO START NEW YEAR'S BOWLS FOR WOMEN YEPPOON ladies will start their 1989 year of bowls with a "fun" afternoon, starting at 1.15pm. Visitors and members alike are all welcome to come along and enjoy a great time. Leave the worries at home and welcome the New Year on the green, with laughter, goodwill and maybe even good bowling. There will be small gifts, prizes and surprises plus a mystery or two of a different kind

than the normal. Make it a date to help make it an afternoon to remember. Gifts supplied by Ivy McNamara. (This could be termed friendly blackmail because Ivy is also publicity officer. "If you do not turn up, you just may be finding yourself in the news before too long," she said. "Funny little incidents have been noticed on the green at times, that have not escaped my notice. OK, so I'm only fooling."

the No 1 Outboard with the fibreglass Do a deal for Xmas at the Capricorn Coast's only Evinrude & Hydrofield franchise dealer

Ladies, competitions will start shortly, so take the opportunity to roll up and get some practice now. Also members, please do not forget to join the parent club each Friday night when they turn the lights on for mixed bowls. Those lights use a lot of power, so come on ladies help fill the green, and play in the cool of the evening. Starting at 6.30pm.


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THE annual Zone 27 Pony Club camp will be held again next week at Yeppoon Showground. About 50 ponies and riders will arrive on Sunday to set up camp and prepare for a solid round of dawn-to-dusk training. In the thick of the training will be Janet Hawkins of Emerald, Coleen McLaughlin of Springsure and Col Stoker from Monto. They,.. will put the pony club members throw heir paces from 6am to 10am then 3pm to 7pm daily. It's hard work but the pony club members love it. They learn everything they need to know from basic horsemanship to horsemastership. Along the way they run through jumping, dressage, managing their horse, keeping a stable clean ... and anything else that crops up in questions. The riders bring their own ponies which are stabled at the showground and the riders bunk down in showground buildings. Three meals a day arc prepared by committee member's, parents and willing helpers. The 50 riders expected to attend will represent clubs from Yeppoon,` Parkhurst, Fitzroy River, Balmoral, Compton Park, Bajool, Mt Larcom, Mt Morgan, Alton Downs, The Caves, Marlborough and Clarke Creek (a new club near Marlborough). Riders are also expected from Blackwater and Emerald, which arc clubs from another zone. The annual camp is not confined to pony club members. John Thompson said anyone interested in learning could phone him on'39 3033 and make arrangements to join the camp. The week of tuition, and food, costs $50.

ABOVE: David Higgins' Corsair The Doghouse had finished racingfor the day and Darryl Skinner and Neil Dwyer were readying her for the trip home.

ZILZIE GOLF CLUB •Zilzie Golf Club's Thursday winners of the Thelma Campbell's trophies, standard scratch, were P Carter +9, G Hicks -1. P Carter and F Humphries won the pinshot. Stroke winner on Saturday was Ccc Saunders with 63 nett. A Lewis won the pinshot. Medal winner on Sunday was P Carter with 59 nett. Stableford winner was R Morgan with 43 points on a count-back from J Norris. P Carter and D Wassman won the pinshots. Associates first day, first monthly medal was, won by G Hicks with 65 nett. Associates second day, first monthly medal and stableford will be played on Saturday, January 7. Stableford for Wally Lennox trophies will be played on Sunday, January 8, as well the members' meeting at 9am; associates' meeting at lOam; and a general meeting will be held on Sunday, January 15, at 9am.

Yeppoon Amateur Racing Club presents -

Holiday Races at Tyrer Park Yeppoon on Wednesday January 11 These races are Sponsored by: • The New Chippindale Motors • • The Bellowing Bull • • Denison Star • • James Street Butchery •

Watch the Southern Races on Sky Channel • Bet with the Bookies • • Enjoy Fresh Seafood • Enjoy a Great Afternoon!

ABOVE: Mary Remine is sailing in the cadet section of the Corsair titles and was on . the Coast during the recent world Tasar titles. Karp: Greer and Mark Frankel help Maly prepare the mast.

Higgins favourite for Corsair title

NEW YEAR'S Eve was quiet. There were outbreaks of noise but there didn't seem tobe the sustained partying that has marked other years. There were a few groups of Coast people sitting on the verandah under the 60 watt light bulm watching theworld go bybut not a lot of backyard parties. Ah well, maybe the sustained, belly-grabbing excitement of the Bicentennial was just too much for most and they retired early to bed after an exhausting year! • • • MAYBE, just maybe, the annual police threat of a blitz on drink-drivers kept the New Year celebrations quieter. There weren't too many cars on the Scenic Highway and those that were there, thankfully, weren't weaving. Apparently bottled liquor sales were up so maybe the police did get through with their message. Of course, the police aren't party-poopers ... if you did meet the police over the New Year I'll bet the first thing they did was offer you a balloon to blow up. That's pretty friendly and right neighbourly of them!!! • • • A FEW weeks ago, "Old Baldy" was conned into attending the Pacific Hotel Social Golf Club's Christmas 18 holes. He was one of about 40 who strode off the first and staggered back to the 19th after an exhausting round. He debated turning up on New Year's Day but commonsense overtook him and he turned over and went back to sleep. Apparently he wasn't the only one ... only seven showed up for a game. Someone must have been partying the night before! • • • BY the way, have you noticed something about modern bands? They don't seem to be able to play the National Anthem, Happy Birthday or Auld Lang Syne. Matter of fact, the band at the Pine Beach do seemed to play right through the start of the New Year, according a few avid clockwatchers in the crowd. When the band finished its number, the lead singer said it was two minutes to midnight and was met with a shout of "it's already midnight". Showing great calm, the singer then asked if anyone had the right time. After another shout from the crowd, the singer announced it was "20 seconds to midnight" ... and started a count-down from 10 seconds. Anyway, the great moment arrived, '88 turned into '89, there were a few hugs, kissed and shouts ... and dancing started again. Maybe the wrinklies had the right idea when they linked arms and sang Old Lang Syne ... after all, with modern dancing the way it is, at least the modern fellas would get to hold their girl at least once a year! SUZY'S column is missing from this issue for the first time in more than five years. She has been laid low by the 'flu which has turned to bronchitis and whatever else is around at the moment. She is resting in hospital (most reluctantly) and assures everyone she will be back on deck for next week's issue. If there are any mistakes in this issue blame "Old Baldy". If there are any bouquets tube thrown, throw them to Sandra Mackie ... she deserves \fvery one of them. Thanks Sandra!

ON Friday only five boats started the Invitation race, in 20-25 knot winds and choppy seas. There were three capsizes. First, Little Grettle (Q); Second, Toccate (Q); Third, Regal Begal (V). On Saturdaywinds of 25-30 knots and heavy seas caused a race postponent to Monday morning. Progressive placegetter to date after four heats are: First, The Doghouse (Q) D Higgins; Second Little Grettle (Q) K Glen; Third, Slick Chick (V) J McCutchan. Last year winner, Geoff Beauchamp, presently in fourth place overall. In the Naval Cadets "Deaying Rabbit", from T.S. Bundaberg, (Graham Black) is first; "Runaway Shopping Trolley", also from T.S. Bundaberg (Jason Ralson) is second; "T.S. Vandetta", from Caff's Harbour, N.S.W. (David Baird) is third. There are three more heats, the last being on Sunday morning. David Higgins must be regarded as a firm favourite to regain his title at this time. •••rrum ..._

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