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• ABOVE: There was something new on the Capricorn Coast over the Queen's Birthday long weekend ... an Art and Craft Cultural Fair. One of the attractions was a pair of violinists who drew an interested crowd. People watched, listened, then moved on to another attraction.

• ABOVE: Keppel Wood Craft Association member John Stanton never took his eyes off the lathe when creating a miniature goblet from oregon pine at Yeppoon Show on Saturda a ternoon.

• ABOVE: George Faint from Mt Larcom stands in the winner's circle at Keppel Krabtastic for the fourth time after winning Sunday's crab-tying championship. • ABOVE: There was something for all ages at the Art and Cultural Fair on the Yeppoon beachfront on Monday. Organised by the Capricorn Promotions Committee (Ian Whitehead and Trevor White)the fair was a mix of things for people to see and do and craft stalls selling locally-made wares. These children found ther was plenty of fun to be found wafting a parachute-type cover into the breeze.

• ABOVE: Leise and Jacob Childs studied a live bee brood and honey frame at Yeppoon Show on Saturday. Farnborough apiarist Col Brown set up the display.

• ABOVE: Trevor White said the Capricorn Promotions Committeewas a group of • ABOVE: Capricorn Coast artist Genny Hannan collected three firsts at the Yeppoon Show including the Cap- • ABOVE: Lisa McLean from Rockhamp- people trying to bring the community together. He said the committee had backing from ricorn Coast Special Art Prize. She is pictured with the ton went to Krabtastic to see the crabs and the Capricorn Coast Chamber of Commerce and Industry and theCapricorn Coast Landscape in Oil which won her a second first and her wound up having Freckles the Clown col- Tourist Organisation, plus other Coast organisations .This three-legged race certainly brought people together ... but some parted half-way throughout the event! third blue ribbon was for a Seascape in Oil. ouring her hair and adding glitter.



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• ABOVE: Denham Bros Ltd managing-director Ron Smyth hands, over a cheque for $100,000 to Livingstone Shire chairman Cr John Bowen watched by shire engineer Pat Murphy (centre) as Denham' s contribution toward additional parking provided by council in Queen and Park Streets. Mr Smyth said council had extended complete co-operation by leaving the works until the New Year rather than disrupt last year's Christmas trading. The works were delayed by rain earlier this year but have now been completed. Mr Smyth said landscaping work and planting would make the area "a picture" by Christmas this year. Cr Bowen thanked Mr Smyth for the company's contribution saying it had made a big difference to the area by providing better facilities for shopping.

Labor government to consider allocation for Yeppoon gutters A STATE Labor Government will consider a special allocation of funds to Livingstone Shire Council to enable the council to carry out urgently needed kerbing and channelling works at Yeppoon. Labor's Local Government spokesman Ken McElligott said as minister in a Labor Government, he would seek urgent talks with council to determine if a case for special funding could be established. "After inspecting the heart of the Yeppoon residential area with ALP Broadsound candidate Jim Pearce, I am appalled that many streets are still without proper drainage," Mr McElligott said "Jim tells me he has spoken to residents who have paid rates to council for over 50 years and yet their yards still get flooded every time it rains. "This is a typical result of the National party's slavish devotion to tourism which forces rates up but yet provides no benefits to long term residents," he said. "Millions of dollars have been promised by the State Government for major works along the Capricorn Coast but the residents will receive nothing for basic services. "The ordinary people of Yeppoon are disillusioned with the State Government and council," he said. "When heavy rain falls, the yards are flooded and because of the poor drainage, the water lays for weeks creating smells and breeding mosquitoes." Mr McElligott said the provision of kerbing


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Throw some light on this subject! DAYLIGHT saving ... do you want it? Member for Broadsound Denis Hinton is conducting a survey to see if Central Queenslanders want daylight saving in line with other states. "There is a strong push within and without the Government for daylight saving ... advancing the clock one hour between October 29 and March 17," Mr Hinton said. "Airline timetable disruption and inconvenience in the tourism industry is motivating some Gold Coast government members to support a change to uniformity across Australia. "In Queensland, property owners have generally opposed daylight saving 'because the days are long enough' and because Central Queenslanders generally resist change. "I would like to gauge Central Queensland, opinion and will be recording opinions for anuk.„J against daylight saving at my electorate office," Mr Hinton said. "To record your view, phone 39 2352 or drop a note to Box 404, Yeppoon, 4703. "Brisbane City Council is strongly supporting daylight saving, so the debate in Queensland can be expected to hot up. It is important government members are aware of community views on these important issues, so please do not hesitate to call."

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THE Queensland Government has made a contribution of $137,000 towards the new Blue Nurses Day Respite Care Centre at Yeppoon. Member for Broadsound Denis Hinton said Health Minister Ivan Gibbs had advised the Uniting Church that application for HACC (Home and Community Care) funding had been successful. Mr Hinton said it is a joint Commonwealth/ State programme on a 60/40 basis. The same applies for current cost grants. He congratulated the Uniting Church Blue Nursing Service, which has contributed S85,000 towards the capital cost of $226,000. The current cost grant of $116,555 allocated by Mr Gibbs is also on a 60/40 Commonwealth/ State basis. Mr Hinton said he received a deputation from the Blue Nurses on March 22 and sought advic for them on procedures for obtaining financial assistance to establish a day care respite centre. "I am delighted their application has been successful," he said. "A day care respite centre had originally been planned to be part of the new nursing home, but limitations on the size of the hospital grounds precluded the centre."


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State's youth orchestra to play at school

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THE Queensland Youth Orchestra will visit Yeppoon on Monday, July 10 to perform two concerts at Yeppoon High School Hall. Livingstone Shire Council was requested by the Queensland Youth Orchestra Council to help promote the visit, encourage Yeppoon. people to billet the young people overnight and give financial support. Yeppoon High School is co-ordinating the billets and has only been able to accommodate half the number required. There are 70 players ranging in age from 13 to 22 yearswith the main group in the 16 to 18 year bracket. Shire chairman Cr John Bowen and deputy chairman Cr Brian Dorey will approach business people and individuals to assist with a donation of 5800 to the youth orchestra. A majority of councillors voted not to use council funds to assist because it would have to be included in emergent expenditure. "The 5800 is only 30 cents per head of the Yeppoon district student population," Shire clerk Jim Brown's report said. The orchestra is partially funded by the National Australia Bank and the costs involved are S16,000. Each orchestra member pays a levy of 5150 and fundraises for the extra money required. "It is a rare cultural experience for the people of Yeppoon and the Capricorn Coast," youth orchestra tour officer Ray Kinmont said. "It is our aim not only to bring fine live music to the people of Yeppoon but also to encourage and help the young instrumentalists in the area." Cr Bowen will prepare a press statement to support the orchestra's Yeppoon visit.


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NEW ZEALAND • ABOVE: Yeppoon Fire Station officer John Steinberger and fireman Selwyn Shields douse the last of the flames that caused extensive damage to the Yeppoon and District Tennis Association clubhouse at Cooee Bay around 11 pm on Saturday. Although there was extensive damage to the southern end of the building, including the destruction of a refrigerator, cupboard and numerous electrical fittings, the fire was extinguished in nine minutes. It is believed a plastic urn caused the fire when it boiled dry and melted. — Photo by Brett Driver of Brett Driver Photographic Services.

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LIVINGSTONE Shire Council resolved to amend the following by-laws at the June meeting. Chapter eight - Animals and Impounding (Part 1 - Keeping of Dogs); Chapter 36 Nuisance and Annoyance Control (Smoke free environment); Chapter 48 - Water Supply (Provision of Meters). A council report said the proposed amendments were advertised for objection in the Morning Bulletin on Thursday, April 20, 1989 and at the closure of the objection period, no objection had been lodged. Councillors said they had received numerous phone calls abou' - new amendments to the keeping of dogs some of the changes had been published last week in the Capricorn Coast Mirror. The bulk of the inquirieswere about the section dealing with the control of dogs: 9( a )( i) No person shall keep a dog on any premises in a township unless there exists upon such prem-

AN application for an entertainment licence to operate a boat and equipment hire service by off Great Keppel Island was refused at Livingstone Shire Council's June meeting. Evan Jeffries applied to operate hire dinghys, sailing boats, fishing lines, snorkel gear and surf skis. He said in his application that he would be transporting the equipment to and from Fisherman's Beach, Great Keppel Island on a 40' vessel which would be anchored and sitting on the sand at low tide. Council felt there was too much congestion on the beach at Great Keppel

LIVINGSTONE Shire Council approved emergent expenditure at the June meeting for S182,348.21. It covered advertising, bank charges, civic receptions and entertainment, conferences and deputations, maintenance of office equipment, telephone/communications, sundries general administration), sick leave and public holidays, local government superannuation board, wet weather, depot expenses and maintenance, fire levy pension rebate, expenses, transport expenses, building expenses, covering dumps outside cleansing area, fees and charges, salaries, other town planning, fees and charges, donation, expenses, memorials, private works - other, small plant - sale/purchase, books purchased, plant - sale/purchase, maintenance, branch roads-vehicle entrances, new services - connect/inspect fees, upgrading sewerage treatment plant, telephones, pumping - power, treatment, new services/connection fees, distribution main, new services/connection fees. Shire accountant Denis Murphy explained to councillors that some items and amounts had already been collected, in some cases council had to do the work before collecting payment.



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Choral group aid YEPPOON Choral Society will be given temporary accommodation assistance for storage of props and costumes by Livingstone Shire Council. Council, at the June meeting, left the matter in the shire clerk's hands. The society requested urgent help on an interim basis to allow for a long term solution to be worked out.


ices, a fenced area, an enclosure, or such other facilities, sufficient, in the opinion of the Council, to effectively contain such animal at all times. Cr .Lloyd Webber asked if the section was normal and did the people have to build a fence around their properties. "I've had complaints from pensioners and there's no way in the world they can afford to fence their property," he said. "And I agree with them." Shire clerk Jim Brown said it wasn't the intention of council to a have a "D-Day where everyone would be told to fence their yards wholly or in part". Mr Brown said it would depend on council. "I envisaged there would be certain circum= stances where it would be required. "I don't think it ever was the intention of this table that everyone would be told to fence their place," he said. Cr Webber said if that was the case he would like a press statement issued explaining that section. Chairman Cr John Bowen said it would probably be better to issue a policy statement for next month's meeting. He suggested Cr Webber confer with the shire clerk before the July meeting. "Come up with a policy statement on the actual implementation regarding the whole of this dog control to let the people know," Cr Bowen said.

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• ABOVE: Mai Bailey with one of the 30 knee rugs which have been crocheted and donated by volunteers preparing the comforts of home for Yeppoon' s nursing home. Volunteers are well on the way to ensuring a comfortable lifestyle for the 40 patients who will move in as soon the as the home is completed. Mrs Bailey called on the community to donate wool for the knee rugs, beanies and bed sox through Suzy' s Capricorn Coastline page ... and the volunteers did the rest. The rugs are works of art in an array of colours that will give patients a lift. A collection started four weeks ago for a video for the home and $331 was in the kitty before the Show ... and sales of hand-made goods, and donations, piled up so fast a colour television may be included with the video. Despite the apparent success, Mrs Bailey said the nursing home still needed help from volunteers with more items to be provided. She said age was no barrier to giving help ... and beautiful work donated by 84-year-old Marj Jewell was proof._

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LABOR Broadsound candidate Jim Pearce has come out in support of Kinka Beach residents and their concerns for the damage to Scenic Loop Road between Kinka quarry and Rosslyn Bay. Mr Pearce said it was apparent the consistent movement of heavy laden trucks along the seven kilometre stretch of road was doing irreparable damage. "I travelled the road several times last weekend and I am convinced by the time the marina is completed therewill be a need to reconstruct that section of road," Mr Pearce said. "The road was not constructed to carry a sustained movement of heavy transport. "I call on the local member to acknowledge the damage to the road and declare what the State Government will do to ensure that the road will be reconstructed and who will pay for it," he said. "An immediate and adequate contribution by the State Government is urgently required for reconstruction and not for band-aid repairs." Mr Pearce said Kinka Beach residents had adopted a responsible attitude amlwere not against the marina development. "They are concerned the Scenic Loop Road wouldbe left uneven and full of holes. Livingstone Shire Council is unable to fund such a major reconstruction," he said. "The State Government has supported the Keppel Corporation to the tune of S4.6 million. They must be prepared to support local residents in their attempts to have the road restored for safe everyday use," Mr Pearce said. "Kinka Beach residents have a genuine concern and if need be I will support them all the way. "Big developers move in, knock down, dig up and build for huge profits - then move out, leaving the local population to adjust to damaged roads and destroyed environments."

• ABOVE: Adelaide Park Road exotic fruit grower Cliff Groves displays two huge Pomelos which he said taste like a sweet grapefruit. Growing exotic fruits is only a hobby to him but he likes the way friends drop in when its time to eat the crop ... and with 95 varieties to sample on his property he has a lot of friends. He was answering questions on the Rare Fruit Council of Australia Inc. stand at Yeppoon Show.

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NEW showground pavilions costing 5115,000, with a State Government subsidy of $45,000, were the pride of Yeppoon Show, Member for Broadsound and show patron Denis Hinton said this week. At the show's official opening on Saturday Mr Hinton praised the show society committee. "The committee, led by Cr Brian Dorey, showed great enthusiasm, energy and forward thinking attitudes, which resulted in the best ever Yeppoon Show," Mr Hinton said. "The new pavilions considerably enhanced the presentation of exhibits and provided warm, pleasant, cafeteria and facilities." Mr Hinton paid tribute to the 'Men of the RSL' led by showground supervisor Bruce Barnett - Aub Condon, Bill Freeman, Stan Kent and David Howe - who provided the labour force at no cost to the society. "They physically constructed the buildings. Their efforts saved the society thousands of dollars and made even more valuable the State Government subsidy."

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PAYMENTS to councillors in May: chairman Cr John Bowen $2591; Crs McDonald 5515; Webber S105; Dorey 5689.50; Dowie S820; Prior 5460; Wall 5973; Webb S555; Cogill S1070; Landsberg $861; Smith 51083; Hinz $712; Mather $501. The 1989/90 budget for payments to councillors is $84,960 and as at the end of May there was a surplus of $13,000.

KEPPEL Coast Girl Guides Local Association requested reimbursement of SIO paid to council for use of electricity at Beaman Park for the Hobby Horse Derby and for S53 reimbursement for building fees at Livingstone Shire's June meeting. Councillors decided to reimburse the $10. The S53 building fee reimbursement was refused. The association was given a donation amounting to S153 towards rates paid on the premises in question for the current financial year. This represented a refund of 100 per cent of general rates. "Requests of this nature are continually being received by council and it is becoming more difficult to accommodate these requests if council is to main the budget's integrity," Mr, Murphy's report said. Councillors asked that a letter outlining why it couldn't reimburse the association its building fee be sent explaining the reasons.

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Sink your teeth at the Railway Our crockpot is acclaimed by locals and visitors alike for rich, chunky stews, simmering casseroles - like oxtail and kidney - and superb goulashes. There's a different crockpot special every day, and you can eat from 10.00 in the morning till we close at night. For under $3.00 a meal. The Railway is famous for food. Our steaks are grown on our own beef properties. Our seafood comes fresh from local waters. And we have comfortable, economical Motel accommodation too. TheRailway Hotel Motel. The best place to sink your teeth into something in Queensland. Enjoy our friendly disco nights on Wed, Frid, and Sat, 8 till late.

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22, 1989 THE Blood Bank at Yeppoon Hospital is on Saturday (tomorrow) and every third Saturday in the month from 1.30pm to 3pm. *** PAM Gaze won the Senior Citizens Benevolent Housing Society auxiliary show raffle with ticket 1309 ... a basket of fruit. The auxiliary thanks everyone who helped with the tickets, whether buying or selling. Yeppoon Lioness Club deserve a big thank you. *** GUIDE dogs for the blind worker Annette Guest of Lakeside Caravan Park returns this weekend after `holidaying' in China for three weeks. Unfortunately she was caught in Beijing. Coast friends received a lettergram from her: "Qantas to the rescue. Now safe in Hong Kong. Love Annette." *** THE German-Australian Club has a social on Sunday, June 25 in Yeppoon Town Hall and has also organised a bus trip to the Cania Gorge on July 8. If you are interested in the trip or the club go to the social, or phone 39 3954, 39 3746. Every fortnight on the FM community station 4YOU at 4pm there is a German music half hour. *** A FAMILY Fun Day is at Ropes Course, Duthie Park on Sunday, June 25. Bus leaves Yeppoon Railway Station at 9.30am. Limited seats, phone Margaret, 39 4281, S3 return. *** EMU Park RSL monthly socials are on the third Saturday of each month when league members and their guests will be welcome. *** THE free concert organised by Member for Capricornia Keith Wright for all Coast pensioners is in Yeppoon Town Hall on Sunday, June 18 at 1pm. Afternoon tea will be served and prizes will be drawn throughout the afternoon. Mr Wright has arranged a programme of visiting and local artists. A raffle, first prize is a painting donated by artist Charles Alderdice, has been organised by the Yeppoon Pensioners League. If you are a pensioner and live on the Capricorn Coast you are invited to take part. A free bus will take any pensioners from Emu Park to the social. *** DATE CLAIMER: Friday, June 23, Blue Nurses street stall. *** DATE CLAIMER: Saturday, July 8. Sunset Lodge Fete, 10am-2pm. The lodge is a CWA project ... just imagine the goodies on sale. *** WOMEN'S social basketball at the Cooee Bay stadium on Tuesdays between 9am and noon was a successful innovation with some beginners as well as experienced players going along ... and because of school holidays it gOes into recess until July 4. There is still space for anyone who would like to play ... contact Lynda Thomas, 39 6687. *** FARNBOROUGH School's fete has been postponed until Saturday, July 15. It should give everyone a chance to make some better kites ... to win a BMX bike. *** ALICE B ALSTON was due to leave yesterday for Brisbane from where she will fly to England via Hong Kong to visit her family. She spent Saturday at Yeppoon Show.

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• ABOVE: Birthday boy Greg Schick celebrated his 40th with family on Sunday. Pictured: Chris (Greg's oldest son); wife Bonnie; Greg; Clinton; Angela; Leanne; Karen (Greg's daughter); Damian; Cleone; Andrew, Cameron (Greg;s youngest son) and Brendan. Now to get more completed: Damian and Cleone Schick with their children, Leanne, Andrew, Brendan and Clinton live in Kingaroy. They are a country and western group and have competed at Tamworth. Cameron (Greg's son) will travel away with St Brendan's College first XV. , THE Diabetic meeting is on Tuesday, June 20 at the community health office (Como Units on Yeppoon beachfront) at 7.30pm. *5* A ROSE show and cent sale is on Wednesday, June 28 at 10am organised by the St James Anglican Ladies Guild in the Mary Street, Yeppoon, hall. Trophies for single rose, three roses of different variety, bowl of roses, bowl of polyanthus roses, bowl of mixed flowers. Exhibits must be in by 9.30am. Morning tea, competitions, lucky door, raffle and stall ... and admission is only 60 cents. *5* DATE CLAIMER: Tuesday, July 4. Morning tea with John Crooks, S5, Keppel Bay Sailing Club, organised by Scope. *** DATE CLAIMER: Saturday, August 12. Gingham afternoon cent sale, 2pm, Yeppoon showground. Senior Citizens Benevolent Housing Society. *** ADJUSTABLE wooden crutches can be hired from Yeppoon Ambulance Centre, courtesy of Red Cross Capricorn Coast branch. *** DATE CLAIMER: Saturday, August 26. Man of the Year organised by SCOPE. *** THE Capricorn Coast Blue Nursing Service auxiliary has organised a street stall in front of Findlay's electrical on Friday, June 23 at 8.30am. *** SCOPE Capricorn Coast has adopted the Life Education Centre for its community project ... everything you help Scope with will come back. *** BEACH Potters are having an open day on Sunday, June 25 at the club's shed, Clayton's property, Tanby Road, Yeppoon. There will be various activities to participate in or to watch if preferred. A kiln fired earlier in the week will be opened and unpacked that Sunday and pots will be on sale 'hot' from the kiln. There will be a Raku firing so people can be involved in the whole glazing and firing process. A pottery wheel will be available for anyone to try if they wish and refreshments on sale to keep the hunger pangs at bay. An exhibition of pots will also be there to look at as well as buy. Follow the signs. *** DATE CLAIMER: Tuesday, June 20. Cent sale, QATB, 2pm. Good prizes, jackpot, lucky door, special prize and admission is free. *** NATIONAL Refugee Week is from June 18 to 24 and sponsored by AUSTCARE and Refugee Council of Australia. The reason is to make the Australian community more aware of the world's refugees, the need for integration between refugees and the broader Australian community and the positive contributions refugees have made to Australian society. The Capricorn Coast Bahai community has organised a display in Savemore Centre for the week with the theme Unity in Diversity. Videos, posters and reading matter will be available.

DATE CLAIMER: Saturday, June 17. Cent sale at-Emu Park CWA hall for CWA, 9.30am. The 60 cents admission includes morning tea. *** YEPPOON Pensioner League members will visit Keppel Sands on Tuesday, June 27 for a day of hoy and a cent sale. Bus will leave Yeppoon Railway Station at 9am (not 8.30am). The fare is S3 return and inquiries for seats to bus captain Pat King, 39 2109. *** YEPPOON Golf Club past and present members! The 20th birthday celebrations are on Tuesday, July 11... if you want to attend (the cost is S3) phone 39 1243, 39 1244. *** CAPRICORN Coast Society of Arts members - painters, potters and china painters enjoyed exhibiting at Yeppoon Show. Raffle winner of china painting was E Edgar. The next event for local artists and craftspeople is Winter 89 at the Paint Pot Gallery to be opened on June 27 at 2pm by arts society patron Member for Broadsound Denis Hinton. The exhibition will feature new paintings, pottery, china painting and woodturning by artists and craftspeople who normally exhibit at the gallery. Drinks and savouries will be served to all visitors on the afternoon of opening day. *5* FORUM is on the second and fourth Wednesday of each month at the Yeppoon CWA Hall from 7pm, with the meeting starting at 7.30pm. *5* THE Laurel Ladies meet on the fourth Friday of each month in the Yeppoon RSL Rooms at 10am. *** DATE CLAIMER: Saturday, September 23. Fourth annual Blackall Reunion. THE MILL GALLER

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Shell club meet despite the wet EXTREMELY wet conditions did not deter Keppel Bay Shell Club members having an enjoyable meeting last week. Ambulance officer Wayne Prowse gave an informative talk, with slides, on the varieties of venomous jellyfish and the treatment of their stings. Shirtbox displays were cone shells, among which were very poisonous varieties. The lucky new member for the month was from Bathurst, NSW. All present wished Nancy Plumb a. speedy recovery from her recent operation. The club's publication, Tidings, was distributed to all members present, who also helped to prepare copies to be posted to many interstate and overseas members. The competition was won by Arthur Prowse. Ten club members, as well as more than 40 tourist operators and conservationists attended the Conservation of Parks and Wildlife workshop, held at the Bayview Tower from May 29 to 31. All aspects of their work was explained and information and advice was given when requested. Quite a lot of audience involvement was encouraged and some excellent suggestions were put forward. Keppel Bay Shell Club members had a display of locally-collected cone shells as well as an aquarium containing some living shells.

• ABOVE: Festival of Drama organiser and Yeppoon Little Theatre member Rosalie Steyn (at left back) is pictured with players who competed on the weekend. Backyard Theatre Company: Diane Williams, Maria Porter, Toni Connelly, Kyle Brigg Judy Couttie and Greg Poole. Capricornia Players: Ron Verburgt, Darren Golding Adrian Hooper, Jan McNamee, Bruce Collins, Dee Ann Schlenker, David Georges and Jody Holmes. •

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LIVINGSTONE Shire Council deputy shire clerk Kevin Lloyd will attend the 1989 Institute of Municipal Management conference in October. Council agreed Mr Lloyd should attend the Toowoomba conference because of the number of new initiatives 'in the pipeline'.

THE Festival of Drama organised by Yeppoon Little Theatre on the weekend was a success and Rockhampton drama groups took home the prizes. Best production was won by the Capricornia Players for 'Roar of Silence', best actor was Darren Golding and Janelle Allen best actress


in 'The Waiting Room'. The Youth Encouragement Award was won by Adrian Hooper. Backyard Theatre company member Diane Williams won the best director award, Maria Porter the adjudicator's special award for writing both plays they performed and John Atkin-

son best supporting role. Jimmy Hendry from Mackay's Kucom Theatre took home the best supporting role runner-up. "Everyone enjoyed the weekend and we are looking forward to next year's festival," organiser Rosalie Steyn said.

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AN evening of reminiscing was enjoyed when retiring Yeppoon Lioness Club president Joan, Byatt spoke about the club's achievements since its inaugural meeting in March 1980, followed by the first installation meeting in June of that year. The reminiscing was at the changeover night at Kanangra Restaurant last week which was chaired by Lion Des Browne with Lion Ernie O'Sullivan the installation officer. Honoured guests included District Governor Eddie Baker and his wife Rita, Mrs Browne, Livingstone Shire Council chairman Cr John Bowen and Lilian Bowen, representatives from various Lion and Lioness, Scope, Rotary Clubs, Forum and the CWA. Eleven of the original members were present, including second president Margaret Baker who now lives in Maroochydore. Joan Byatt described some of the club's activities in the community. Proceeds from music halls and progressive dinners'bought an electric barbecue which, with the Lions help, was built at Lammermoor Beach. They sponsor a child in India and previously Thailand. The Pineapple Princess and local youth of the year. Donations have been sent for the relief of kidney, cancer and leukaemia sufferers, Rock-

• ABOVE: Giggle and Gossip raised $400.25 for the Blue Nurses at the auction held at The Lantern last week. Pictured are Chi Chi Murray and Kathy Reynolds. Kathy is one of the original Giggle and Gossip members and was farewelled ... she and husband ambulance •superintendent Geoff are leaving the Coast for wanner climes.


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hampton special school for the deaf, Women's shelter, QATB, Blue Nurses, Rockhampton Christian Broadcasting Station and many other needy causes. "It is well known how much time is devoted to the blind association in taking handicapped and partially sighted people on outings and also making tapes from the works of the Capricorn Coast Writers," Mrs Byatt said. "Members ate always seen at local functions where help is needed. Over the past years many thousands of posies have been given out on Mother's Day. Maybe they aren't professionally made ... but always received with joy even by some males." The library has received many books and the hospital a mobile book trolley. Newly elected president Joy Walsh has promised all future help will continue to be given willingly and freely. Yeppoon Lioness Club cares for the community and the environment and looks forward to working under Joy's leadership. This year a president's award went to Del Coughlin, who has served faithfully for nine years. Other awards were presented to: Y Brown, E Coombes, Del Coughlin, Joan Duffy, Maureen Bartley, May Forrest, Bev Gilligan, Chris and Jackie Hole, Shirley Simpson, Joy Walsh, B Wickham, C Wassell, J Dowie and E Hoelscher for 100 per cent attendance. Thanks were given to Leila Goodwin and Tom Whalin for the music played during the evening and to Judy Hayes and all present for the singing and company. Incoming executive: president Joy Walsh; secretary Colleen Wassell; treasurer Beryl Wickham; vice president, first, Olive Cummings, second Del Coughlin and third Yvonne Brown. Directors: May Forrest, Jean Dowie, Judy Hayes; greeter Shirley Simpson; tailtwister Maureen Bartley; publicity officer Elaine Hoelscher; historian and international officer Joan Byatt. ***, A SPECIAL treat was served up for Yeppoon Pensioners League members at the league's June social in Yeppoon Town Hall on Tuesday when St Ursula's Sister Kathleen brought her Suzuki Violin School to entertain members. The 66 persons who attended the social were entranced with the melody the youngsters provided and the group will be welcomed at a future league social. The prevailing wave of sickness pervading the Capricorn Coast claimed the conductress of the singing group The Entertainers, Lynda Leech, and her place as accompanist was shared by compere Marj Cornell and accompanist Pattie Gambier. After a too long absence Beryl Dawson was again on Tuesday's singing list and she sang two lovely numbers 'Autumn Leaves' and 'Whistle a Happy Tune'. Beryl will again entertain at Sunday's Keith Wright Concert at the Yeppoon Town Hall. Maureen Dinsdale, with Pattie Gambier as accompanist, was in fine voice presenting Walk Beside You' and `Catherina'. She made a t second appearance singing 'Rambling Rose'. Assistant compere Phyl Rumpf is also a soloist who gives pleasure to concert-goers ... 'Where is your Heart' and 'Eternally'. Alf Marcombe has a fund of 'oldies' and on Tuesday he contributed 'The Roses made me Remember' and 'Just Like Darby and Joan'. `Beautiful Queensland' was Sarah Hall's opening song and Ruby Harris was easy to listen to with her 'Let me Go Lover' and `Beautiful Brown Eyes'. Pattie Gambier had a busy afternoon accompanying soloists, partnering Les Wessells and Arthur Lawn in piano-saxophone duets and contributing a piano solo ... `Romanza'. Compere Mad Cornell teamed with Tony Ceff in a piano-violin duo 'Wonderful One' and 'Romona'. Mouth organist George Cooper made two appearances. Joe McIntyre recited 'Albert's Birthday' and Bill Shuttlewood sang. Dancing and community singing interspersed the programme and winners of the monte carlo were Louise Poelitz and Frances Biles. Patricia King was the winner of 'pass the parcel'. Compere Marge tendered birthday wishes to Phyl Shepherd, Dot Close, Dulcie Locke and Tom Devantier. Door prizes were given by Ellie Aspinall, Sue Nugent and Fred Leader. These were held by Charlie Alderdice, Jim Spottiswood, Arthur Lawn, John Shepherd, Tony Ceff, Emmy Louchard, Phyl Rumpf, Thelma Shuttlewood, Frances Biles, Louise Poelitz, Pam Baker, Lorna McIntyre, Evie Benson ... all of Yeppoon and Ho Flint (Sydney) and Janet Thwaite (Rockhampton). Dick and Betty Tyrer give fruit and vegetable trays for first and second prizes in the raffle and these were won by Ella Liddell and Joe McIntyre, both of Yeppoon, and the third prize went. to Doris Sowden of Yeppoon. ***

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Cinema halving Tuesday prices FROM this Tuesday Yeppoon's Cinemax Theatre starts a trial testing of half normal admission prices for Tuesday evenings. The half price idea originated in capital cities where normal admission tickets cost 59.50 each. "Admission prices at Yeppoon have been 56.50 with other concessions available," proprietor Kevin Baglow said. "If the Tuesday specials prove popular, I can't see any reason why they won't continue." Mr Baglow said his theatre would be showing The Third Wave, a dramatic educational film on AIDS, to Coast school children on Thursday, July 6 over three sessions. "It will be the first time The Third Wave will be screened in Queensland. It was made by the Port Macquarie anti-AIDS action group as an

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Camel beach ban LIVINGSTONE Shire Council refused permission at the June meeting for John Richardson to conduct daily camel rides on Yeppoon's Main Beach in the area of the hospital. Permission was refused because council has a by-law restricting animals on beaches, parks and foreshores. Cr Maurie Webb suggested that Appleton Park or Yeppoon Showground could be used instead. Council decided to contact Mr Richardson and notify him of an area that could be used after discussions with the health department and town planner.

Sister shire idea A REPORT from the Livingstone Shire Council tourism and development steering committee recommended to have a sister shire relationship with Longreach. The committee thought that because CTDO representatives had recently conducted a well publicised trip to Longreach an appropriate way to launch the sister shire relationship would be to invite Longreach representatives to the Coast. Representatives could include councillors, personnel from the Stockman's Hall of Fame and motel staff. While on the Coast, the representatives could be shown the area's attractions - a day on Great Keppel Island, a golf day at Capricorn Iwasaki Resort, a trip to the reef and other attractions. The committee though a weekend in late July or early August would be appropriate. While here a formal presentation of a sister shire certificate would be the highlight of the visit.

Push for coaches LIVINGSTONE Shire Council's tourism and development committee will ask Member for Broadsound Denis Hinton for assistance so McCafferty's Coach Services will be able to start twice daily coach services to and from Yeppoon. Committee chairman Cr Mike Prior will ask Mr Hinton to seek Transport Minister Peter McKechnie's support in permitting McCafferty's expansion into Yeppoon on a competitive basis. Crs Ellen Cogill and John Smith asked Cr Prior to include a regular service through Marlborough. "The service we want is both north and south with the bus stopping at the Marlborough Shell Service Station," they said.

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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 39 132" AL-ANON meets Church Hall, Arthur Street, Yeppoon, 8pm every Friday. Further information, 39 2241. ALCOHOL and Drug Information Service 008177833 (the price of a local call), 7 days-a-week, 24-hours-a-day. ADULT literacy: reading, writing and spelling classes. Free tuition, Wednesdays, National Fitness Hall, 7.30pm. Phone Brenda Barry, 39 4304. AGORAPHOBIA (extreme anxiety). Contact Mary, Community Health. Phone 39 1469. DIABETIC Group, ph Colleen Bignell, 39 3141. COMPASSIONATE Friends meet Wednesdays, 4pm, 14 Higson Street, Emu Park. Inquiries, Eleanor, 39 6152. CHRISTIAN meditation group meets every Tuesday, 7pm for Christian Meditation at Benedictine Monastery, 56 Old Scenic Highway,. Lammermoor Beach. All welcome. THOMAS Bilney Society meets Fridays, 7.30pm, Christian fellowship & study of Reformation theology relative to principles, privileges & responsibilities of our Protestant Heritage. 21 Jarman St, Yeppoon. Inquiries Ron, 39 4582. BREASTFEEDING information. Nursing Mothers Association. 39 1095, 33 4139


ECKAN KAR Introductory Video and Discussion Are you interested in your dreams and their spiritual meaning? How about Soul Travel to discover your divine Self? Or reincarnation, past lives, spiritual mastership and how to work with the laws of spirit in everyday situations? You're invited to see 'The Journey Home', a free half-hour videotape presentation on the teachings of ECKANKAR Date: Monday, June 19 Time: 7.30pm Place: Yeppoon RSL Hall or phone 39 7157 for information

CLOSED 10-6-89 Barry, Terry & Joan Wish to thank Staff, Friends & Customers of the Patch over the past six years for their Support and Patronage. All Gifts, Good Wishes & those who participated in the unexpected Wake Shall be Long Remembered.

PHYSIOTHERAPIST Alyson MacDonald 21 Hill St, Yeppoon Wishes to advise her rooms will be closed for one week commencing June 12. Opening June 19. COUNCIL OF THE SHIRE OF LIVINGSTONE PUBLIC NOTICE LOCAL GOVERNMENT ACT 1936 to 1986 APPLICATION FOR TOWN PLANNING CONSENT

NOTICE is hereby given that an application has been made to the Livingstone Shire Council for its consent under Chapter 49 of the Council's Bylaws dealing with Town Planning. Details of the application made to the Council are as follows: (1)Postal Address and Real Property Description of the land to which the application relates or applies: 13-17 Housden Place, Cooee Bay. Lot 13 RP.15251, Parish of Hewittville. (2)Area of the land: 5886m2. (3)Length of Road Frontage (each road where applicable): Housden Place: 66m; Scenic Highway: 77.7m. (4)Nature of Proposed Use: Educational Establishment (temporary TAFE facilities). (5)Where applicable-the building dimensions, the grossfloor area, and the number of storeys: All single storey. 15.2mx6.4m; 10mx15m; 10mx7m; 16mx10m; 17.3mx4.2m; 13.4mx5.6m. existing GFA: 525m2. (6) Number of motor vehicles for which parking provision is•to be made on the land: 25. (7) Number of employees proposed to be engaged on the land: 5. (8) Nature of any machinery proposed to be used on the land: Nil. (9)Zone in which the land is included: Residential A. Particulars of the application and accompanying documents or a copy thereof are open to inspection by any person at the Council's Office 70 Anzac Parade, Yeppoon, on or before 3rd July, 1989. Objections to the granting of the application shall be lodged with the Shire Clerk on or before the abovementioned date. Every objection shall be in writing; be signed by each person who makes the objection; be addressed to the Shire Clerk and shall state the name and address of each person who makes the objection and the grounds of the objection and the facts and circumstances relied on by the objector/sin support of those grounds. If the objection is made by more than one person, it may state the name and address of the objector nominated as the person to whom a notice under Section 33(5)(j) of the Local Government Act is to be given in respect of the application the subject of the objection. CONSENT APPLICATION No: 770



YEPPOON Indoor Bowling Club show raffle, permit 2317: 1st, P Maloney, c/- Bush Children's Home; 2nd, H Whiteacre, Heaslip Street, Yeppoon; 3rd, G Fairbanks, 25 Power Street, Yeppoon. YOGA Nidra (deep relaxation) class Thursdays, 7pm to 8pm. Inquiries Pam Shukking (Dharma Vidya) 39 3539. BEACH Potters have set up a permanent exhibition of pots at their clubhouse, Clayton's, Tanby Road, also on sale every Monday from 10am until noon. YEPPOON Recreation Youth Club raffle winner: T Hinton: 2nd, B Cockerill. MUSIC teacher wanted for adult pupil learning Banjo mandolin. Phone 39 4411. MY surgery will be closed during school holidays from 19/6/89 to 30/6/89. If your require my services during this period, please phone me at home, 39 7578. Ami Setu, Dental Surgeon.

LAND at Hidden Valley belonging to B & J Quinton will be taken out of the hands of all real estate agents. TAICHI: Queensland Recreational Hall, Cooee Bay. Wednesday, 6.30pm. Inquiries: Lindsay Smith, 27 6270. YEPPOON Lapidary Club raffle: 1st, clock, Mrs Roberts; 2nd, ring, G Mackay. Thank you to all who supported us with the purchase of tickets. WEIGHTWatchers: Emu Park CWA Hall, Monday 9.30am. Yeppoon CWA Hall, Tuesday 6.45pm. QATB Show raffle: 1st, silver tray, 4 glasses & wine, Lyn Timms; 2nd, Bunny in a basket, Elaine Nolan. LENORE Dean School of Ballroom Dancing every Monday, Yeppoon CWA HaIL Classes 7.30pm. Private lessons by appointment, 39 4602. HALL for hire. Centre Yeppoon, ideal for all organisations and most f unctions. Reasonable rent. Phone Pauline, 39 3252.

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39 1277

Office hours: Monday to Friday, 8.30am - 5pm

that will

LAST and are

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

"Aluminium Awnings and

Holland Blinds Central Coast Insect Screens

DIVISION 1 RATEPAYERS Your Livingstone Shire Council representative Lloyd Webber will be available for personal consultation at the

School of Arts Building (Old Library) Hill Street, Emu Park Saturday, June 17 between 3pm and 5pm & fortnightly thereafter For Appointments or Urgent Matters Phone 27 5019 b/h or 34 4114 a/h


39 4318




Professional Accountants, Tax Agents and Business Advisors

39 4937

"YEPPOON office attended .\ 23 Hill St, Yeppoon C Rockhampton: 27 4588 66Solicitors) (beside 3M9ag1u7ire's Tuesday:Judith ( Jul i e ) W ard Emerald: 82 1240 Wednesday: Tony Edwards) Brisbane: 245 4566


Yeppoon Hire Service PARTY HIRE • Tables and Chairs • BBQs • Party Lights • Disposable Dinnerware • Bunting BABY HIRE Highchairs Folding Cots

EQUIPMENT HIRE • Cement Mixers • Wheelbarrows • Trestles & Planks • Generators • Lawnmower • Garden Tools • Spray Guns • Electrical Tools • Chainsaw

51 Tanby Road (next to Cooee Bay Marine) OPEN MONDAY TO SATURDAY

39 4930: a/h 39 7969


LATTICE • LATTICE • Premium Grade • CCA Treated Pine FREE MEASURE & QUOTE No order too big or too small

AKENBE LATTICE 146 Kent Street Rockhampton

27 9040 - a/h 22 5653 Coastal LP Gas Supplies

EL-GAS 39 1406 33 6472 a/h

Capricorn Coast Mirror June 16 - June 22, 1989 - 11




Hardiplank, new 230mm woodgrain, 4.2m lengths, 609m total. $2.15 per metre delivered. 39 7624. GARAGE sale: washing machine, fishtank, children'sclothing and more. 1 Ward Street. 8am, Saturday. CHESTNUT gelding, 13.3hh. $100 ONO. Phone 39 7698 a/h. GROUND-COVERS: new stocks just arrived. Large range. Colonial Gardens, Rockhampton Road, Yeppoon (opp golf course). 39 4078. ELECTRIC wall-oven, excellent condition; stainless steel sink. Reasonable officer accepted. Phone 33 6256. BATTERIES for your car, boat, tractor or truck. All sizes. Top quality. Phone 34 4278. TWOduchess, sideboard, Silky Oak. $1500 ONO. 38 Wilbraham Street, Zilzie. FERNS: new consignment. Just arrived. Open Saturday, Sunday. Budget Nursery, Coorooman Creek, Emu Park/Rockhampton Road. HARDIPLANK: new 230mm woodgrain, 4.2m lengths, 609m total. $2.15 per metre delivered. Phone 39 7624. GREENHOUSES: arc mesh, 10'x8'x8' with 70% shade cloth, $370; 20'x8'x8' with 70% shade cloth, $740. Phone 39 4295. AMES Diabetes Monitoring Kit. Not used. Phone 39 1087. 12'2-BERTH caravan. Reg Victoria, Sept '89. Very sound, clean throughout. Near new tyres (3). Electroluxfridge. Good annex and curtains. 26cm TV, fan-heater. 2 wide-view rear vision mirrors. Reduced to $1700. 39 4772 evenings. Inspect anytime. 48 Hughes Street, Yeppoon. ROCKY Bike Wreckers, 307 Bolsover Street ... always buying bikes. 22 5499. BONANZA garage sale. 12 Morgan Street, Yeppoon. Saturday/Sunday, 9am-5pm. 39 4189. Furniture, horse gear, clothing and lots lots more. SEEDLINGS: large range, flowers and vegetables. Colonial Gardens, Rockhampton Rd, Yeppoon (opp golf course). Phone 39 4078. STOVE elements, drip trays and chrome rings ... sales and service. Yeppoon Electrical Service. Phone 39 3835. 14HH BAY mare, excellent lady's mare or brood mare. $200 ONO. 39 7698 a/h. LAMBSKINS, cookbooks, mehtais, lambskin toys ... from Nursing Mothers. Debbie, 39 4468.


DARRELL WEBB Re ep co arress &

Radiator R Oxy, MIG Welding & Electric Capricorn Radiators 53 Tanby Rd 39 4810

Tree Lopping Lawnmowing Old Cars Shifted FREE QUOTES Ring

34 3732 or

39 1975

Emu Park PANEL & PAINT • Smash Repairs • Rust & Restoration • • Insurance Work • Windscreens •

Bernie Wells 48 Nelson St

Mon, Tues, Thurs, Fri: 10am - 5pm Wednesday: 10am - 1pm Saturday: 9am - 5pm 15 James St, Yeppoon 39 4805







Modern custombuilt kitchens • Attractive aluminium awnings & blinds

Reg. Builder


Houses • Extensions • Renovations • New Word - All types • Trevor 4 Simpson 3 39 66734





'We do everything' ...

39 6714

Bob Jocumsen's Cleaning Service'

35 1181 Mike St okley




Tom Porter's CAPRICORN CONCRETORS•pty,Ltd Industrial — Residential — Commercial o Suspended floors 0 House floors El Patios 0 Driveways 0 Foundations

33 6836

39 2205 or 39 1275





Features Colourbond zincalume panels for a more durable & weather resistant finish




39all4016 hours Graeme's Plumbing SE Draining Service Ph 39 3807 at 7-7.30am or 6-6.30pm

39 7954

For Services at a Fair Price!

Removalists to the Capricorn Coast

Reliable & RiVessional with Cheapest Prices Assured on all Types of Work



Local • Interstate • Overseas Packing • Insurance

• Mowing Large or Small areas • Specialising in Exposed Aggregate Concreting Trees & Hedges Lopped & Trimmed Rubbish Removed

Departing Brisbane & Interstate weekly


39 3822

22 4049

Tradesman PAINTER


REG BUILDER 39 3680 for quotes

* All types of Painting * All hours

39 1679

Denis Schofield


' George Barrett & Co.

RE-Paints Specialist *


(Member of QMPA)

Specialising: Carpet Cleaning Window Cleaning Shops • Offices Housed washed inside, outside Window Tinting

Eric Sundgren

FREE quotes

Answering service



39 7646 •

Kevin Pearce

DOOR CENTRE 53 Tanby Road 39 1840 a/h: 39 7622 34 81 39 Add interest to a bathroom with a stylish shower screen. Choose from a variety of styles & colours. Hinged screens also available. Call us for a free measure and quote



BACKHOE for hire

4 Bucket Sizes * Scrub & Grass Slasher Open 7 DAYS-A-WEEK all holidays' I.C. &


and Heat reducing coatings

24 years Professional Experience






Emu Park — 39 6178

39 1406 Keppel Bay CLEANING SERVICES

D & H E Woodward

Domestic - Commercial - Office Exterior house cleaning * Mould removal Window cleaning * Carpet steam cleaning' FREE QUOTES ANYTIME

Carpet Cleaning

up to 21/2 tonne • Capricorn Region •

39 6436

Yellow Door BOOK EXCHANGE • Secondhand Books • • Comics •



JRADEWORK Peter and Toni

BOBCAT HIRE 4-in-1 Bucket • Post-Hole Digger Earth Bucket • Tipper Hire

39 7546

S. Stanle 39 1139

-) ELECTRICIAN L. O RICHTER 0 Installation OE ELECTRIC 0 Maintenance O COMPANY 0 Pensioner Discounts Phone STEVE on

39 3646




SPECIALISING IN ALL TYPES OF * EXCAVATIONS 8 DRAINAGE * No loading for weekends Radio controlled Ph Wayne 39 3193 or Noel (a/h) 39 7667 ,

For all your Concrete needs on the Coast

Yeppoon Readym ix Sand and Gravel Supplies

ALL AT THE SAME LOCATION • Loader Hire • Truck Hire • cnr Tanby Road & Charles Street

39 1813 or 39 4410 a/h Bill Green

ELECTRICIAN Phone 39 7950

Dave Kershaw for...

BOBCAT Hire 4 in 1 Bucket * Post Hole Digger Tipper Hire * Trencher

39 4408

39 3193



tVINCE HANNAN -- 39 1513

12 - Capricorn Coast Mirror June 16 - June 22, 1989


94.and 'Leo

WINNERS of the photography section at Yeppoon Show. Best print went to E Hoogsteynswith Mum's Delight and best slide to A Vaughan with Foggy Sunrise. Prizes in the black and white sections donated by Supersize Photos. Class one. Nature: K McCane, Mackay, Sunbird Feeding, 1; R Channells, Egret in Lift Off, 2; E Hoogsteyns, Townsville, The Boulders, 3. Highly commended: R Channells, Brolga Family Group; E Hoogsteyns, Monsoon; K McCane, Night Victim. Class two. People: E Hoogsteyns, Mum's Delight, 1; R Keen, Neighbour, 2; E Hoogsteyns, Fragile Dolls, 3. Highly commended: K McCane, A Tender Moment; E Hoogsteyns, Broken Winds and Dimples. Class three. Open: E Hoogsteyns, The Strength of 2000 Years, 1; E Hoogsteyns, Rest in Peace, 2; A Vaughan, Early Morning Row, 3. Highly commended: K McCane, Generations Apart; R Kean, Hedlow Creek. All prizes in colour slide sections donated by Minter Motors. Class four. Landscape or seascape colour sides: A Vaughan, Foggy Sunrise, 1; C Fock, Rockhampton, Lake Mary, 2; R Channells, Against

aeavaitikark LONG STAY CARAVAN SITES: $38 pw The Capricorn Coast's leading beachfront park now has several sheltered sites available at reasonable fees for caravans up to 26 feet. The grassed sites have concrete pads, metred power, water and phone connect Ions. All sites are 4.. 'o the modern amenities and these park facilities: • Modem laundry with washing and drying machines • Shop • LPG Refills • Half acre of central recreation area • Pool • Undercover gas 13130s • Playground • ISD/STD Phone • Car Wash Island View offers a friendly lifestyle in a parkland setting with the beach at your doorstep. Cali In and look around or phone us for more information. Scenic Hwy, Kinka Beach Phone 396284

The Tide, 3. Highly commended: A Vaughan, Black Clouds; H Vaughan, Broome Sunset; R Channells, Morning Moorings. Class five. People Slides: R Goddard, Rockhampton, Concentration, 1; H Vaughan, Little Man, 2; R Goddard, Clara, 3. Highly commended: C Fock, Sue; R Goddard, Olden Days; L McCane, Mackay, Yukky. Class six. Nature slides: K Ireland, Rockhampton, Sunbird, 1; K Ireland, Sunbird Hovering, 2; R Channells, White Necked Heron, 3. Highly commended: N Channells, Time to Cross; R Channells, Egrette Concentrating. Class seven. Open slides: C Fock, Rockhampton, Singing Ship, 1; R Channells, Windmill, 2; R Goddard, Rockhampton, Journey East, 3. Highly commended: R Channells, Up for Repairs; N Channells, Fishing; L McCane, Mackay, On the Lake; R Channells, Spirit Boat; K Ireland, Skate Board Rider; A Vaughan, Peaceful Morning. Prizes in colour print section donated by Photo Fair. Class eight. Colour prints, open: K Young, Wave Rider, 1; N McBain, Fisherman, 2; K Young, Rockhampton, Bike Rider, 3. Highly commended: B Driver, Old Poss; K Young,

Two of a Kind. Prizes in class nine, restricted to Livingston, Shire residents, donated by Lasercolout. Open: B Driver, Tuesday Sunset, 1; D Bailie, No title, 2; B Driver, Ross Creek by Candlelight, 3. Highly commended: B Driver, Island View.

No donation but hall fee changes CAPRICORN Coast sub-branch Endeavour Foundation asked council to allow it free use of the Yeppoon Town Hall or a reduction in hire charges. Council refused the request at the June meeting but amended its 1989/90 fees and charges to cater for local registered charitable organisations. In the section concerning hall charges, after `Pensioner Club Meetings', council has included the words 'and Registered Charitable Organisations'. The charges will now be S26 nett to pensioner club meetings and registered charitable organisations.


TRADESMAN PAINTER • Reasonable Quotes • • Hourly Rates or Contract •

Immediate start

39 4863

Yeppoon Yard Maintenance • Gardening, Tree Lopping, Rubbish Removal, Lawns, Vacant Allotments • Including New Look Landscapes, Paving, Stonework, Waterfalls

Phone 33 6245 or 28 1732 *..




ANTENNA installation, TVand Video repairs. Les McDonald, 39 3133, Mary Street, opposite Post Office. BUILDING? Hardiplank. new. 230mm woodgrain, 4.2m lengths, 609m total. $2.15 per metre delivered. 39 7624. CASSETTE, Radio, Stereo, TV and Video repairs. Frank Richter, phone 39 2330. LANDSCAPING, rock border edging. paving, retaining walls. Free quote. 39 6921. PAINTER. Qualified tradesman. Very reasonable rates, For free quote phone 39 1862. PLUMBING and drainage on the Coast - D and K J Harding: Lammermoor Beach. 33 6396. PLUMBING and drainage problems? Call Garry Bettiens. 39 7988. REFRIGERATION and air-conditioning mechanics available at H W Findlay's. 39 3266. ROOFand gutter repairs or renewal. Phone Garry Bettiens, 39 7988. SLASHING - allotments, Emu Park, Kinka, Zilzie area from $25. Phone 39 6237. SLASHING: Yeppoon and surrounding area. Phone 39 1406 or 33 6472 a/h. TELEVISION, Video, Audio and Antenna repairs. Frank Richter, phone 39 2330. TREE lopping, plumbing, drainage, repairs, renovations. Phone 33 6478. Phone 33 6478. VIDEO, TVand Audio repairs. Antenna supply and installation. Frank Richter, phone 39 2330.


METAL detector for hire for lost rings and coins. Reasonable rates. Phone 39 1640. DINGHYS for hire, Coorooman Creek, $6 per day. Phone 34 4174. HORSES for hire. Escorted trail rides. Book in ... 34 4174.

MONDAY: 1.30pm, Yeppoon CWA Hall. Junior Sports Ass'n. $100 jackpot. Promoter: Lyr Stephens. Permit No. 3872. MONDAY: 7.30pm, Yeppoon Town Hall. Yeppoon Golf Club. Promoter: E Nankivell. Permit No.B22892. WEDNESDAY: 7.30pm. Keppel Bay Sailing Club. Promoter: A Tranent. Permit No. B23049. THURSDAY: 1.30pm, Yeppoon Bowls Club. Permit No. 821554. FRIDAY: 7.30pm, Cooee Bay Hall. Free bus, phone 391379. 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.




Interior * Exterior * Free Quotes *

Maintenance * Renovations * New work

1 I








THIS SATURDAY 17TH JUNE AT 10 a.rn: Quantity Chairs; Quantity Stainless Steel Overbed Tables; Quantity Lounge Chairs; Quantity Metal Type Stacking Chairs;Quantity Wooden Cupboards; Quantity Bedside Lockers; Quantity Mirrors; 11 only Upholstered Kitchen Chairs; 12 only Wooden Kitchen chairs; 2 ony Upholstered Lounge Chairs; 7 only Wooden Cupboards; 1 only Laminated Bedroom Cupboard; 6 only Wooden Dressing Table; 3 only Wooden Bedside Tables; 4 only Pine Tables (various sizes); 20 only Iron Framed Beds;2 only Iron Bed Rails; 4 only Single Bed Inner Spring Mattress; 1 only Electric Stove (working); 1 only Electric Stove (working); 1 only Refrigerator (working); 1 only Range Hood; 1 only Television Set (not working); 1 only Wheelchair; 2 only Shower Commode Chairs; 3 only Metal Card Index Cabinets; 7 only Chipboard Shelves with Brackets; 6 only Venetian Blinds; 1 only Briefcase


'16 years on the Coast


Brick and Block Laying

39 7014

39 3113 t*.

BRICKLAYER Aaron Patterson

Allan 'Happy' Warren

33 6714.

Phil Munro


IRONING. mending and typing done. Reasonable rates. Phone 39 4931 anytime. RELIABLE house-cleaning. References. ZilzieYeppoon. Wage negotiable. 33 6478. CEILINGS and walls washed. windows cleaned and exteriors washed down. 39 7110. MOWING gardening. rubbish removal. Cheap rates. All areas. 39 6814. TREES cut and carted. Phone 39 1140. LAWNMOWING - gardening, etc. Very cheap rates. Phone 39 3275. WATER bores drilled, Yeppoon area. Reasoriable rates. Phone 39 3932. LAWNMOWING, yards. Free quote. Ph 39 4182. PROFESSIONAL mowing and edging, tree lopping. rubbish removal. Free quotes. Central Coast Mowing Service. Phone Jim. 39 3735. CARPENTER available: renovations and repairs at reasonable rates. Phone 39 4587 or 39 3065. MOWING. tree lopping. General yard cleaning. Phone 34 3732. LAWN-MOWING and tidying. Emu Park and Yeppoon area. Cheap rates. Phone 39 6138. MOWING. tree lopping. Ph 34 3732 or 39 1975.

Married to the Mob This Fri & Sat June 16, 17 at 8pm

RAIN MAN Sun & Mon June 18, 19, 6pm

The Accused

WANTED TO BUY WANTED to buy old furniture, any condition. Phone 39 1380 or call Ross garage, Yeppoon. CARS, utilities. commercial vehicles and machinery for wrecking. Ph 39 4633 b/h, 39 4304 a/h. OLD fashioned furniture, china bric-a-brac and jewellery. The Shed Antiques, Savemore Centre. Phone 39 4532 or 39 3442.



SHAVERS beachfront, Yeppoon. Stock in trade $13000. Fixture &fittings, $5000. Phone 393592, 39 4742.

WANTED urgently. Permanent, reliable babysitter. Phone 33 6332.

PETS SHARE ROOM with a view. Two professional women wish to share Yeppoon household with communicative responsible person. Must be well-disposed towards delightful outdoor puppies and visitors. Own room with water views! Established garden. $67pw. Share expenses. Phone 39 1507 a/h.

MARINE MERCURY outboards, Quintrex aluminium trihulls. Ken Jones Marine, Yeppoon. 39 4002.

Confused? DON'T BE! The Best Deals on Hydrofield are still available from CQ's foremost Hydrofield Dealer -

Boats Galore Gladstone Rd, Rockhampton 221353


SCREENING THIS WEEK Married to the Mob Adults $6.50 - stay for both movies & save money Adults $325 Children $20° Sun & Mon June 18, 19, 8.30pm



and Cattery

Woodbury Road



We care for your pets

39 7553


BIG WHALE offers Australia's unique reef introduction daily and invites you to touch living coral, turtles, stingrays and a host of other animals.

Feeding tours hourly from Tient Kinka Beach. Phone 39 6581

Where to stay on the Coast Enjoy island Views from every unit a, the

Bay Vacationer 16.4ZAC PARADE, YEPPOON Overnight & W9eky (079) 39 1213


Waterfront holiday units Cooee Bay, Yeppoon (just over Ross Creek

Own /pirate beach (079) 39 1421

COMING Warlock: Fri 8pm, Sat 9pm Jun 23, 24 Young Einstein & Cocktail: Double Feature 5.30pm June 24 Dead Calm: Fri, Sat June 30 & July 1, 9pm Dangerous Liasion: 7pm June 30 & July 1 Beaches: July 21 & 22 Last Crusade: July 28 & 29

cinemax theatre - YEPPOON - PROGRAMME INFORMATION 39 4932

Capricorn Coast Mirror June 16 - June 22, 1989 - 13

64 bowlers vie for silver trophies DICK Brown's trophy day at Emu Park Bowls Club was a successwith 64 bowlers taking to the green in friendly games for the silver trophies. "His 85th birthday was a happy one," club publicity officer Marg Price said. "Some comments around the green during the game: "go back to Victoria, Bob" (from Bob's opposing skip); "What a bowler",(from a happy skip); "Have no mercy" (from a battling skip) and "Where have you been all day" (from you know who)." Top team was Mary Peacock, Marg Price, Idris Purdie and Eddie Mann with a score of 36 and a margin of 24. Runners up, with 36 and a margin of 17, were, Rene Menzel, Betty Ryan, Keith Miller and Col Rose. Sportsmanship awards: Edith Gibson, Pat Tickner, Allan Evans, Ken Sinclair. Len Ryan won the silver tray and Harry McNamara a cask of wine. The week's trophy winners: Tuesday, Rene Menzel, Pearl Curry, George Cook; Wednesday, Jill Hoare, Bob Maud, Ruth Forrest; Saturday, Rene Menzel, Dot Scoffin, Jack Norris. On Tuesday, June 6, 24 lady bowlers from the Nambour District and four CQDLBA officials arrived at the Emu Park club at 9am to be met by Emu Park ladies president Mary Peacock and her welcoming committee. Visitors and locals enjoyed a social game of bowls and a satisfying lunch. Sunday, June 18 is XXXX Day. Ladies and men may nominate for this table selected game which starts at 1pm. Trophieswill be presented Ted King of Bond Brewing Company. Names in early, first 64 nominations accepted. Wednesday, June 21 is patroness Dot McKenzie's day. Ladies are invited to nominate teams of four or individual names. Morning tea is at 11.30am with the game starting at 12.30pm. Afternoon tea and cent sale at 3pm.


IT'S NEVER TOO LATE Individual tutors are now available to help with filling in forms, letter writing, reading the newspaper or any special student literary needs.


Capricorn Coast TAFE Centre... Phone Brenda Barry, 39 4304

Superannuation Mike Walter

"This will be a great day and we would like a full green. Emu Park Ladies Club members are asked to bring tarts,''-' Mrs Price said. Mysteries and cent sale items if possible. Nominations close Tuesday, June 20 at 5pm. "Apart from our special events, mixed social bowling on Sunday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Saturday starting at 1 1pm with names in before 12.3.0pm." A new feature is Friday morning three bowl pairs, starting at 9.30am. Practise rollup, Fridays from 2pm. Social evenings every Friday from 6pm with barbecue teas and music. Visitors and new members are assured of a warm welcome at Emu Park Bowls Club.

& Associates

1'11 Phone 39 1811 (INVEST 7/24 ANZAC Pde, YEPPOON (above Seafood and Eat It)

Squash grand finals SQUASH grand finals in all grades were played on Wednesday night at the Capricorn Coast Squash Centre. In the Ladies Only competition the top team was knocked out in the finals last week by third-placed Odds and Ends. This week they came up against number two team Navigators who won 4-2 with typical grand final nerves from several players. C grade top team Bits and Pieces was triumphant 3-1 over fourth-placed Odds and Ends who had reached the grand finals against the `odds'. B grade saw third-placed Odds and Ends 2 pop up in a close finish to defeat top team Professionals two rubbers each 10 games to eight. A grade top team Bits and Pieces won the first three rubbers against second-placed Odds and Ends with Odds and Ends taking the final rubber 10-8 in the fifth. Incoming president Andrew Dovvie assisted by life member Ron Kerr presented the trophies to the winning teams. Ladies Only: Navigators defeated Odds and Ends 4-2: Lee Anne Kennedy def Jodie Ash 31; Tanya Marxsen v Majella Minors 2-3; Nanette Nissan def Marilee Barnes 3-1; Debbie Lamb def Joyce Dooley 3-1; Lyn Forrest def Nita Marxsen 3-0; Patti Price v May Briggs 1-3. C grade. Bits and Pieces defeated Odds and Ends 3-1: Debbie Barkle def Jason Fritch 3-0; Geoff Cocker v Jay Robinson 1-3; Tracey Kime def Wendy McGinty 3-0; Rob Wiggington def Wendy Hinton 3-0. A grade. Bits and Pieces defeated Odds and Ends 3-1: David Schulz def Ray Campbell 3-2; Greg Pitt def Doug Perrin 3-1; Chris Briggs def Danny Tanks 3-1; John Briggs v Jeff Lamb 2-3.



Agents for: MLC, FAI NZI Insurance Mercantile Mutual, CIC Insurance


• ABOVE: Deborah White of Yeppoon won the women's open category in the Queensland Country Bodybuilding Championships. She has been training at the Keppel Coast Gym.

99 to clear land

NINETY-NINE 'notices to clear' were issued in May to landowners with overgrown allotments by Livingstone Shire Council. An abandoned vehicle was removed from Queen Street, Yeppoon to council's depot. Several complaints were received concerning vehicles and noise resulting from quarrying at Kinka. Those involving council by-laws have, in the main, been successfully resolved. Three dogs were impounded from beaches and six from other places. There are 911 registered dogs as at May 31, 1989.

• Full lubrication service • Tune Up • Automatic Service • Brake Repairs and Overhauls • Computerised Wheel Alignment and Balance • Radiator Repairs & Re-cores • Car Manufacturers scheduled book service • Roadworthy Certificates • Transport Inspection Station Motor overhauls or complete replacement

See the experts at...


39 3282

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PO Box 100, Yeppoon. QId. 4703 Telephone 39 4926 ENROLMENT NIGHTS: Your attendance will be required at the enrolment nights of 5/7/89 or 6/7/89, 6pm -9pm to confirm your enrolment by paying any fees and completing an enrolment form. Detailed information from course co-ordinators will be available these nights. Enrolments will be held at the CAPRICORN COAST' TAFE CENTRE, Housden Place Complex (formerly Anglican Conference Centre). Students with special needs should advise at time of enrolment. VENUES for courses are currently being finalised. Details will be available on 5/7/89 and 6/7/89 enrolment evenings. Students are urged to check their enrolment' lion Illnon Lute, Airiest fro with the Centre one week prior to course commencement. g~n plepnwit, Training i Induotlei Mire COSTS: All courses except Adult Literacy and Adult Numeracy involve a cost. Please check when enrolling.

SECOND SEMESTER EXAMINABLE COURSES TOURISM, CATERING AND HOSPITALITY CCTC 11 Tour Leadership. Tues Starts 18/7/89 6pm-9pm CCTC 12 Selling: Mon Starts 17/07/89 6pm-9pm CCTC 8 Hygiene for Foodhandlers. Wed Starts 19/7/89 6.30pm-9.30pm (+ 1 extra night) CCTC 9 Basic Bar Service Course. Mon Starts 17/7/89 Noon-3pm (+ 1 week 11am-3pm) CCTC 10 Japanese Culture and Language Culture for the Hospitality Industry. Thurs Starts 20/7/89 6pm-8pm Please note: Full time Tourism, Catering, Hospitality and Computing courses will be offered later as facilities become available. Details will be advertised.

ADULT NUMERACY CCTC 3 Adult Numeracy Phone 39 4926 for information


Class V (Trading 8/or Fishing) 4 weeks full time Starts 11/9/89

ART CCTC 1 Introductory Drawing Tuesday Starts 18/7/89 6pm - 9pm

ASSOCIATE DIPLOMA IN BUSINESS COMPUTING, ACCOUNTING, MANAGEMENT, GENERAL, MARKETING 6pm - 9pm Tuesday Starts 18/7/89 CCTC 4 Basic Communications at Work 6pm - 9pm CCTC 5 Business Economics Monday Starts 17/7/89 Starts 19/7/89 6pm - 9pm CCTC 6 Commercial Mathematics Wednesday Starts 27/9/89 6pm - 9pm CCTC 7 Introduction to Statistics Wednesday CCTC 6 and CCTC 7 are linked subjects Interviews for prospective students will be held on 19/6/89 and 20/6/89. Phone to arrange your appointment. All students must be interviewed. (Year 12 or mature age entry conditions apply)


ADULT LITERACY SMALL BUSINESS CCTC 16 Introduction to successful Small Business Management Saturday (2) 22/7/89 and 29/7/89 CCTC 30 Japanese Culture and Language for the Business Person. Wed. Starts 19/7/89 6pm-8pm

CCTC 13 Adult Reading, Writing and Spelling Monday 1pm - 3pm CCTC 14 Adult Reading, Writing and Spelling Wednesday 7.30pm - 9.30pm CCTC 15 Adult Reading, Writing and Spelling Saturday 10.30am - 11.30am Enrolments for these Adult Literacy programs should be made by phoning Brenda Barry, 39 4304

THIRD TERM NON-EXAMINABLE ADULT EDUCATION COURSES (Full details of all adult education courses will be in the 'Mirror on 30/6/89)



CCTC 2 Introduction to Art CCTC 20 Computers - Intro to MSDOS CCTC 23 Computers - Intro to Microcomputers CCTC 19 Creative Pottery Handbuilding for Beginners CCTC 18 Sewing for Absolute Beginners CCTC 21 Screenprinting CCTC 22 Lacemaking CCTC 26 Basic Pattern Making CCTC 28 Basic Gardening CCTC 29 Basic Landscaping CCTC 27 Navigation

Tues Starts 18/7/89 1pm-3pm 6wks Thur Starts 27/7/89 7pm-9pm 6 wks To be advised Thur Starts 27/7/89 9am-noon 4 wks Mon Starts 24/7/89 7.30pm-9.30pm 6 wks To be advised To be advised To be advised To be advised To be advised To be advised




CCTC 17 Short Course in Commercial and Office Fundamentals 3 days x 5 hours per day for 10 wee'.s commencing 2/10/89 For mature age persons wishing to re-enter the workforce or for those wishing to start an office career. Participants need some keyboard skills. Complete an application form and return to the Centre. Interviews will be arranged. TO ENROL: Phone CAPRICORN COAST TAFE CENTRE 39 4926 OR Post tear-off slip to CAPRICORN COAST TAFE CENTRE PO Box 100, Yeppoon. Old. 4703

CAPRICORN COAST TAFE CENTRE PO Box 100, YEPPOON. Old. 4703 Please register my details for the following course:

COURSE NAME: COURSE NUMBER: NAME: ADDRESS: PHONE: I understand that I must attend the enrolment night of 5 July or 6 July, 6pm - 9pm to confirm my enrolment, discuss the program with a course co-ordinator, pay any fees applicable, obtain student I.D. card and gain full course particulars. Enrolment for the Adult Literacy course should be done by contacting Brenda Barry, 39 4304.




14 - Capricorn Coast Mirror June 16 - June 22, 1989

Emu Pk beats CKs Yeppoon wins in junior soccer five at Moura SOCCER games were played at Apex Park on Saturday ... Emu Park under 10/11/12 defeated CK's 6-1 in a well played game. Stuart Murphy, Gene Tucker and Luke Kalache were best players of the match and Danny Marshman scored CK's goal. An exciting game was played when Westpac Cutters downed Byfield Bombers, 4-1. Boyd McGrath and Geoffrey Boon scored two goals each. Best players for Byfield Bombers: Jyothi Jaffray, Ethan White and Michael Morley. Magpies defeated Eagles 3-1. Mark Kleinert scored two goals and Chris Robertson one goal for Magpies. Mark Scherlies scored the goal for Eagles. Dominique Skinner and Clinton Hamilton played well. Panthers proved too strong for Bobcats winning 4-0. Best players for Panthers: Greg Wiltshire, Cody Gibbins and Chris Lodwick. Chris Novak, Luke Kershaw and Eugene Skinner played well for Bobcats. Emu Park under 8/9s defeated Raiders 2-0. Ben Cummins and Zone Jeffries scored a goal each for Emu Park. Cameron Shields, Meisha Vallentine and Nathaniel Smith were best players for Raiders. Byfield Bandits were narrowly defeated 2-1 by Bullets. Andrew Breingan scored two goals and Glenn Edwards, David Cue and other teammates proved the better team. Clint Barker, Jai Rickard andJames Gillespie played well for Byfield Bandits. Hawks v Little Bowsers 2-0 in a well played game for both teams. Matthew Garner and Troy Hamilton scored a goal each. Best players for Little Bowsers were Mitchell Robertson, Sam McGregor and Stephen Clarke. Emu Park under 7 defeated 7 Ounces 4-1. Scott Hodkinson, Russel Hardy and William Richard scored the goals for Emu Park. Best players for 7 Ounces were Grant Shillington, Andrew Murphy and Luke Hinton. Saturday, June 10 fixture times and areas: Byfield, 8.30am, under 8/9s v Byfield Bandits; 9.30am, under 10/11/12 Sacred Heart v Byfield Bombers; SH under 7 bye. Emu Park: Yeppoon 3 teams v Emu Park, 8.30am, 9.15am and 10.10am. Apex Park: Yeppoon 1 team v Yeppoon 2 team, 8.30am, 9am and 9.30am.

High school soccer starts SOCCER for high school students has started at Apex Park. Team A v Team B, 3-1 on Saturday, June 3. Jason Murphy, Nathan Greig and Ryan Tarver were best players for team A. Matthew Sloper, Simon Evans and Craig Spencer played well for team B. Team A v Team B, 5-2 on Saturday, June 10. Good scorers for Team A were Nathan Greig, Nigel Greig, Chris Robertson and John Robertson. Rene Pederson and Terry Greasley scored the goals for Team B.

YEPPOON Soccer Club won all five matches played at Moura last weekend ... reserve, old crocks and three representative games. The club was invited to take part in a challenge game against the Moura Rangers ... a bus was hired and 43 selected players were accompanied by coaches, team managers and parents. On arrival, as a curtain raiser, a reserve combination team was fielded and Yeppoon United won 4-0. The main game that evening provoked laughter and amusement as parents, coaches and team managers took to the field. Yeppoon United 'old crocks' were successful and won 10 ... with aching muscles next morning. The game was followed a barbecue and warm hospitality. There was an early start on Sunday when the Coast guests had a tour of the coal mine. It was followed by the three representative team games. Yeppoon's tangerine and black colours were apparent as the under 9s and lOs won their respective games 2-0. The under 12s were also victorious and won 3-1. Much interest has been stirred in soccer this season and the scores reflect the high standard the Coast soccer has achieved. A return match is planned for early August.

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SACRED HEART Eagles v Byfield Bombers 4-0 in a well played team game and Eagles deserved their win in the Capricorn Coast soccer competition played on the weekend. Mark Scherlies scored three goals and Mark McGrath one goal for Eagles. Best players for Byfield Bombers were Michael Morley, Ethan White and Rhianna Rickard. CK's v Westpac Cutters nil all draw in an exciting game at Apex Park. Best players for CK's: Sean Hamilton, Danny Marshman and Justin Pattemore. Westpac Cutters best: Boyd McGrath, Trista Vallentine and Ben Moffat. Emu Park under 10/11/12s v Magpies 4-0. Good team play by Emu Park won them the game. Peter Crosthwaite was man of the match playing goal keeper for Emu Park. Jodi McKenzie, Robin Knobel and Peter Franz were best players for Magpies. Emu Park's under 8/9s v Panthers 7-1. Emu Park played well and was too strong for Panthers. Ben Cummings scored five goals, Dane Hardy one and Zane Jeffries one goal for Emu Park. Greg Wiltshire, Eden O'Brien and Michael Whitehead were best for Panthers and Joel Simpson scored Panthers goal. Byfield Bandits v SH Bobcats 5-0. There was strong play by both teams in the first half but Byfield kept a strong defence up to win. Jai Rickard, Renton Bishopric and Sadhu Jaffray

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played well for Byfield Bandits. Deena Ramiah scored the goal for Bobcats. Chris Barnes and Michael Couani played well for Bobcats. Raiders v Bullets 3-1 at Apex Park. Cameron Shields, Nathaniel Smith and Matthew Cummings played well for Raiders. Best players for Bullets were Andrew Breingan, Lee Hedgecock and David Cue. Dragons v 7ounces nil all draw. Matthew Breingan scored the game for Dragons stopping all the would be goals from 7 Ounces. Ian Sait and Terry Boon played well for Dragons. 7 Ounces played a good team game with best players being Stephen Brown, Shane Findlay and Grant Shillington. Little Bowsers v Emu Park under 7, 2-1 at Emu Park. Troy Hamilton and Mitchell Robertson scored a goal each for Little Bowsers. William Rickard scored the goal for Emu Park. Next fixtures are scheduled for July 8 with all teams playing at Apex Park.

EP golf medal ON Tuesday, May 30 Emu Park Golf Club associates played their sixth monthly medal and stableford for A Robinson trophies. B grade medal winner was E Tomkins with 70 nett and runner up and C grade medal winner was R Schneider with 74. Pinshot and nearest marker won by E Tomkins. Encouragement, went to G Ware; rundown, D Daly and B Sleeman 75 nett. Wednesday, May 31, single stroke winner was G Capell 61 nett. Runners up: D Daly and J Elliott 61, T Gardner 65. Ladies pinshot, Dawn Daly; men's, D Logan. Saturday, June 3, Bisque Bogy winner was C Doblo + 14. Runners-up: R Schmidt +11, D Tideman + 10, J Elliott, G Capell and G Rudd +9. Ladies pinshot, Dawn Daly; men's, W Urquhart. Two's jackpot, Dan Daly, three balls. On June 4 members and associates played a standard scratch for trophies donated by Brian and Gay Capell. Members' winner, A Skilton + 9; runner-up V Hunt; c/b, G Rudd + 1. Both pinshots won by A Skilton. Run down, G Rudd; hole in one and turkey's nest won by Dave Logan. Associates' winner, S Henderson + 1; runnerup, S Robinson; c/b E Tomkins square. Pinshot, E Tomkins and M Newman.

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THE district singles final at Yeppoon Bowls Club was a fizzer. Ray Campbell completely outclassed Peter Brown and many members arrived to see the finish missed out because it was over before they arrived. It took Ray only six ends to score 12 with Peter not on the board. Ray increased his lead to win 25 8. In the A singles Peter was back to his old self and kept Tony Ryan on three for 10 ends while he scored 18. Peter eventually won 25 13. In the B grade Mark Gustafson scored an easy 25 10 win at the expense of Frazer Freeman. Tony Ryan lined up again in the C singles but he let George Cavanagh score 22 before he got going. He kept George on 24 for eight ends but had given away too much start going down 25 18. Mark Gustafson recorded his second win when he defeated Warren Royal 25 2. Norm Richards and Arnold Halfpenny played the most ends in their game with Norm finishing in front 25 16. In the pairs Frank O'Brien and Tom Roos had things pretty much their own way defeating Mo Stewart and Harry Maher 32 7. Frank Birkett, Brendan Williams and Bill Manthey proved too strong for Peter Cowie, Goldie Corbett and Norm Myler winning 25 11. Norm Gregg, Arnie Petersen and Clarry Hinton won a high scoring game against Bevan Verney, Harry McNamara and Dido Graff 36 12. A six and a four helped John Shepherd, Gordon MacKenzie, Don McPherson and Frank Birkett home against Harold Crooks, Laurie Collins, Graham McCosker and Bill Manthey 26 17. The mixed fours proved to be a cliff hanger. Mo Stewart and company got away to a good start and led 14 2 after eight ends. Bill Manthey levelled 15 all and led 26 21 with two to play. He then dropped a five to make the scores level and scored a single to win. Clarry Hinton, Eleanor Batts and May and Bill Manthey, 27, defeated Dot and Harry Maher and Mad and Mo Stewart, 26. Brendan Williams came to the rescue and filled in for Dave Moulds. He and Doris defeated Elsie Hinton and Norm Myler 27 18. Esme and Terry Woodbridge proved too strong early on for Tom and Del Roos. They led 19 3 and finished in front 27 11. Flo Denney played as a substitute with Fred Baker against Margaret and Frazer Freeman who proved too strong, winning 32 10. The feathers on Wednesday proved a close tussle. Frank O'Brien had 18 plus 12 and Col Harris had the same score but the winners were Mery Davis, Ron Christie and Ken Moore 18 plus 16. Les Taylor challenged Arnold Halfpenny for the Cock of the Walk but Arnold retained the title ... 8 3. Saturday is Keith Wright's trophy day so nominate early. Pennants start Sunday and the bus leaves the club house at 11.45am.

St Brendan's win ST BRENDAN'S College under 13 Australian Rules side defeated Parkana convincingly on Sunday with a 55-6 win. Coach Tim Farlow was delighted and said his boys played well as a team. Best players were Eric Eddyned, Len Williams and Peter Cranny.

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Yeppoon golf back in action after big wet YEPPOON Golf Club Wednesday club was back in action after the big wet. Ladies stableford winner was Kitty Jeacocke with 31 points from Nancy Montgomery 26. Winner of the first nine was Joan Marwedel with 33 from Kitty Jeacocke 37 and a half. Kitty also won the second nine with 34 from Nancy Montgomery 37. Pinshots: N Montgomery (2) and Kitty won the proshot. Members stableford winners were M Kennedy and T Woodbridge both with 40 points. Next: P Marwedel 30 and a half, H Hilpert, J Andersen 31 and a half, S Thorne 32 and a half. Second nine: M Kennedy 30, E Shields 30 and a half, V Svendsen 32, T Shields 32. Pinshot to W Towns and proshot, D Hoare. Friday's veterans game was a stroke for members and ladies over 12 holes. Ladies winner was Gwen Dawson with 41 and two thirds nett. She was followed by Phoebe. Harris 45 and two thirds, Chris Moss 46 and a third, Stella Haskins 46 and two thirds and May McGlashan 48. Pinshot was won by N Montgomery. Members' stroke winner was T Longton with 42.7. Next: P Marwedel 43, T Woodbridge 43, L Taylor 43.3. Pinshot to L Taylor. On Saturday the ladies played a 4bbb stableford for G and D McHugh trophies. Winners were D Gregg and Fay Yesberg with 36 points. Next were: E Huszak and L McCamley 35, P Harris and N Montgomery 33. Pinshots: V Cox, F Yesberg, A Aird and D Gregg won the proshot. Members also played a 4bbb stableford for D and G McHugh trophies. Winners: T Gray and D Harker 45 on countback from D Hoare and S Schuster; D Lee and J Cler 44, A Gabel and J Garvey 44, K Smith and W Oates 44 and a half. Pinshots: I Bradshaw, W Bartley, C Haddow. McWilliams Wines pinshot: G Buckley. Proshot: I Atkinson. A mixed 4bbb stroke was played for joint president's day with a leftover on Sunday. Winners: M Kennedy and G Clifford 65 nett, N and P Drillis 69, K Griffiths and S Burton 69. Pinshots: ladies, G Dawson, P Cruickshank, G Clifford; members, A Cruickshank, S Yesberg, M Kennedy. Proshot: Tarni Young and N Drillis. The leftovers winners: T Rougbrink 71, W Hall 76; mystery holeswinners, A and P Cruickshank, J Burton and V Caseleyr.

Highs and lows in mini-rugby CAPCOAST'S mini rugby union players experienced the highs and lows of competitive rugby in recent weeks when they took on topof-the-table teams Mt Morgan and Pioneers. Pioneers under 8 side was stunned by the improving Coast combination when the side was defeated 12 points to eight. Capcoast tryscorers were Nicholas Craig, Sam Bongers and Brett Cranny. Brett's try broke the eight-all deadlock in the dying minutes. Last weekend Capcoast went down to Mt Morgan but only after playing with commitment throughout. Boey Martin had his best game to date and Terrence Toon was spectacular in defence. The mini rugby competition is in recess during school holidays. After the holidays the under-8 side is looking forward to finishing in the top four of the six team competition.

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• ABOVE: Capricorn Coast boys will represent Central Queensland this weekend at the Australian Rules Football under 12 State Championships on the Gold Coast. Cameron Blake, PeterDean, Nathan Himing Cookie Campbell and Andrew Mackie ... they play for Yeppoon Swans.

Junior Swans tried hard but no match for tall, strong EP team EMU Park proved its superior strength in the under 11 Aussie Rules game against Yeppoon Swans at St Brendan's oval on Sunday. Although Swans tried hard, its much smaller and inexperienced side was no match for the taller and stronger Emu Park team. Swan ruckman Nathan Hirning and winger John Lawton continually broke the centre but were unable to break through the stronger Emu Park backline. Ben Sheppard and Owen Battersby in the backline continually 'fought hard but Park's forward line broke through with the final score Emu Park 12-4-74, Yeppoon 0-2-2. Best players, John Lawton, Nathan Hirning and new player Damien Cervai in the forwards. The match of the day was between Yeppoon and St Brendan's under 13s. The last time the two sides met, St Brendans was victorious by one point giving Yeppoon its only defeat for the season and the Swans were keen to settle the score. From the first bounce it looked as if would it be a hard fought game with St Brendans quickly getting the ball away leaving Swans flatfooted. Umpire Shane Steele had his work cut out with much scrabbly play and the ball moved all over the oval. At the end of the first quarter St Brendans was ahead by one goal. Swans coach Dale Wetzler

Hen of the walk keeps her title SINGING SHIP Indoor Bowling Club member Bev Farrow again defended her hen of the walk title when she defeated Avis Mallory. Bev has been playing consistent bowls in this competition. In the cock of the walk, Jack Thomasson was defeated by John Smith. Last week Singing Ship visited Morrison Park for a morning of social bowls. "It is always a pleasure to visit this club. While some of our bowlers wondered how they could conquer one of the mats, a resident said: 'Don't worry. It is just a fun morning,' and it certainly was," the Emu Park club's publicity officer said. There was some good bowling with plenty of laughs and everyone had a great time.

gave his boys a dressing down and a new Swans team hit the field. The boys scored heavily in the second quarter, with only inaccurate kicking keeping the scores looking reasonable against no score for St Brendans. After half time the St Brendans boys seemed to drop their bundle and Swans started an onslaught for the goals. Quiet achiever David Lawton managed two goals and five points with help from Bradley Hirning, Shane Campbell and great ruck work from Doug Edwards and Shannon Jamieson. The final score proved Swans need some kicking practise ... Yeppoon 9-17-71, St Brendans 2-4-16. Best players: Bradley Hirning, Shane Campbell, Hayden Steele and Peter Dean.

YEPPOON Ladies Bowls Club competitions for June 20 at 9am. Umpire and markers appointed by competition director prior to play. District singles final: D Roos v E Batts. B singles final: P Childs will play winner of M Bierwirth v M Bradley. Champion pairs: E Saxby, D Engel v F Denney, V Wilson; T Bond, I McNamara v M Elliott, R Wass. District fours semi finals at 1pm: L Goodwin, M Hansen, M Blacklock, G Powell v S Ziebicki, V Wilson, M Elliott, R Wass. District triples final: M Baglow, J Beasley, E Batts to play winner of (skips names only) M Bierwirth or I McNamara. 2-4-2 pairs: P Radcliffe-Brown, A Fotheringham v E Saxby, M Manthey; J King, M Stewart v N Garner, M Bradley. "Ladies, please watch the board for extra fixtures that may be called," club publicity officer Ivy McNamara said. "A cent sale will be held on June 20 not the 27th as usual." District singles: E Batts d I McNamara 31-19; district singles semi final, E Batts d R Wass 3311; district fours semi final: D Roos, E Woodbridge, E Batts, I McNamara v M Freeman, M Bradley, M Bierwirth, A Fotheringham 2719. C singles final: M Freeman d J King 31-18; club pairs, J Barber, M Manthey d Y Riordan, F Denney 20-18. Teams to represent Yeppoon in the Molly Bradford Shield: singles, I McNamara; pairs, NI Bradley, A Fotheringham; fours, D Roos, M Bierwirth, D Engel and E Batts. Emergencies if needed: J Beasley and R Wass.

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3 favourites home first to give punters a top day WINS by three of the four favourites at Tyrer Park gave punters the best of the encounter with bookmakers on Wednesday afternoon at the Club Hotel-sponsored race meeting. Punters started off on the right foot when partly Coast-owned Parafan just lasted to hold off the fast-finishing Black Connection in the Raglan Tavern Restricted Handicap (1440m). Parafan, which was backed in from 5-2 to 6-4 gave the two premiership leaders, trainer Lyle Rowe and jockey John Stephens, yet another success in a prolific season. Rowe and Stephens combined again to complete a double when stable newcomer King's Love scored the easiest win of the afternoon by beating Young Pandour by three lengths in the Edie Dotti Purse Handicap (1000m.). Early betting saw King's Love, which had previously raced in the Brisbane area, open at 3son but her quote blew out to even money before starting at 6-4 on when the connections of the runners-up backed their horse in from 4s to 2s. The third favourite to win was the Caloundra visitor Just Lace which opened his winning account in the Roy Hollingsworth Maiden Handicap (1200m.). Just Lace, which started at 6-4, was ridden by Rockhampton jockey Mark Unwin. This win compensated the connections for a narrow loss in the opening event with Black Connection. Silk Route, which is trained by former Rockhampton trainer Trevor Fay, who now enjoys his share of success at the Gold Coast, won the Club Hotel Park Stakes (1200m.) from the even money favourite Fiery Niebo. Silk Route will remain at Yeppoon to contest the Restricted Park Stakes to be run at the Yeppoon Amateur Race Club's final race meeting for the 1988/89 racing season next Wednesday. Nominations for this meeting have exceeded all expectations with more than 40 horses entered for the four-race programme. Acceptances for this meeting will be declared at the Rockhampton Jockey Club at 10am on Monday.

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Dirt riders' fun day coming up CAPRICORN Dirt Riders Club is having a fun day on Sunday, June 25 at Barlows property on the Emu Park-Rockhampton Road. There are flat track and moto-x, all classes of bikes, trikes, odysseys and novelty class for older bikes and novices.

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WAY back in August, 1983, when Suzy and "Old Baldy" were preparing copy for the first issue of the Capricorn Coast Mirror there were two clients vying to be the first advertisers. Bev and Frank Green of Greens Hardware at Emu Park knew about the Mirror before it started and booked the first advertisement ... Barry Cross and Terry and Joan Noud of the Sunflower Patch booked the first advertisement in Yeppoon and received invoice number 1. Now, 305 issues later, it's sad to relate that the Sunflower Patch has gone to Vegetarian Heaven after opening in M arch, 1983, with Barry, Terry and Joan at the helm. It leaves behind thousands of memories of Lentil Burgers, Pita Bread, Chili Beans in tacos and bowls, Tabouli, fresh fruit juice and those unreal smoothies. Barry is the one most identified with the Patch ... anyone who ever called in Monday morning for breakfast only had to take one look at Barry to realise health food had a lot going for it! He was the life and soul of the place. Barry thoroughly enjoyed baiting "OB" ... he always served that dandelion tea or some concoction that looked like it had been hit by a Victa on Sunday afternoon and de- lighted in telling "OB" it was good for him. In the end, he put in a packet of Bushells Tea but "OB" still reckoned it came from under a Victa. The Sunflower Patch had its regulars and was a great meeting place ... but running a business these days is tough enough without the long hours taking their toll and bringing about ill health. The three partners have had their share of health problems and, in the end, something had to go. Terry and Joan Noud are continuing in Shavers Beach Shack but Barry has decided to call it a day. He's going to take a break then look for a job. B any, if you ever want a cup of tea just drop in to the Mirror office. "OB" reckons there's some stuff growing near the road out the front that would make a terrific cuppa ... he just wants the right person to test it!!! ••• THIS week, while the ABC was fighting to screen the Police State docu-drama about the Fitzgerald Inquiry and the Queen's Birthday Honours List came out without a single (or married) policeman among recipients, Betty Chapman of Park Street, Yeppoon, was going to do some sewing. It was 9 o'clock on that chilly Tuesday night when she opened the drawer on her sewing cabinet, rummaged around looking for her un-picker ... and a "huge brown snake" greeted Betty with forked tongue waving. The first reaction was to slam the drawer, which put the snake out of sight ... but a sight like that is never out of mind. So, with no-one else to turn to, she rang Yeppoon Police. In her words: "Out came a very tall, very big and very dependable policeman". He opened the drawer, rummaged around ... but no snake. He pulled out the drawer and looked elsewhere in the cabinet ... no snake. Further inquiries, deeper in the cabinet, revealed the snake had retreated to the rear. The snake was collared, placed in a pillow case and sentenced to (wait for it) Life! The policeman took the snake away with him and set it free at Bungandarra. Betty Chapman felt it was time someone sent a bouquet to the police and this officer's actions made her a fan for life!!! ••• IN true police tradition where no case is closed until the paperwork's finished, the Mirror phoned Yeppoon Police to find out who was the brave boy in blue who rescued the damsel from the slippery snake ... "Who was the 'very tall, very big and very dependable' policeman? was the question posed. An anonymous voice at the end of the phone replied: "It was Constable Murray Shields ... and the lady left out that he's also very handsome"!!! •

FURTHER to this column's recent paragraph about the honest person who handed in Alan Stevenson's wallet at Angliss Savemore ... Honest John Thompson, the suave butcher, cannot tell a lie: "Twas I," said he this week! ••• SEEN, and overheard, at Yeppoon Show ... a bloke is wearing a colourful sweatband around his forehead and another bloke says to wife: "Must be covering his circumcision scar"!!! ‘N•

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