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ISSUE 322 FRIDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1989 — THURSDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1989 PHONE (079) 39 4244 (Two Lines) 6400 FREE COPIES WEEKLY

Why haven't Coast TAFE courses filled?

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WHY haven't the Capricorn Coast TAFE Centre leisure courses been filled? The majority of the courses are what people chose in the questionnaire earlier this year. If they are the right courses, are they on days or nights not suitable or are they too expensive as hobby or leisure courses? Courses have to have an average of 10 people to start. Introduction to MSDOS has enough starters, but some have nil - Why not spin a yarn, Introduction to lacemaking, Christmas decorations/gifts without sewing and profitable beekeeping - and won't continue unless something drastic happens ... interested students. German as a Living Language has two; floral art for beginners (3); Creative handbuilding for beginners (1); Organic gardening (1); Sewing your C hrist mas wardrobe (1) and Typewriting (1) are in jeopardy. Ice your own Christmas cake (7); Basic bar attendant (5) and Beginners accounting (6) are possible starters. The career-based courses are popular and the people joining them are quite prepared to pay the fee ... some said it was wellworth it because they have a chance at a job later with skills they didn't have before doing the course. Leisure or hobby courses are usually taken on a whim ... they improve your home or personal skills, but don't usually lead to careers or job opportunities. But maybe they do. The TAFE centre needs to know why the courses this term haven't filled. It is your TAFE and the courses are for you ... there is no use in putting up courses no-one wants. Please phone the TAFE, 33 6200, or write to Capricorn Coast TAFE Centre, P 0 Box 100, Yeppoon, 4703 and say what is wrong ... courses, times, dates, cost. The types of courses can be changed for the next term, the times and dates can be made to suit the majority and if it is the cost, we will have to lobby the department to get it changed. Maybe, you haven't made up your mind. If that is the case you have a last chance. The closing date has been extended to October 19. Phone the Centre, 33 6200, and book in before the course you want is cancelled.

MEMBER for Broadsound Denis Hinton said this week the Scenic Highway between Kinka Beach and the harbour turn-off would be rebuilt at a cost of $1 million. The work would be carried out in two sections as soon as trucks carting rock to the harbour have completed their work and the Main Roads Department has finalised plans. Mr Hinton said the first stage, 1.1km north of the Kinka Beach quarry turn-off and 0.5km at Mulambin Beach, would be started in January. Trucks have torn up sections of the road since carting started earlier this year. The section near the quarry turn-off became so wavy that trucks went to the extent of using a dirt road to avoid the highway section. Planning for repairs to this section are already underway. Work will cost $500,000. Of this amount, $100,000 would come from the Rosslyn Bay Harbour fund. Mr Hinton said immediate maintenance on other sections would be carried out. The other $500,000 would be spent on the remaining 7.1km of the highway. This section would be resheeted. "Full reconstruction is not required for these sections because the base of the road is still sound," Mr Hinton said. "Resheeting will provide an excellent surface for local and tourist traffic." He said he was "delighted" to announce the works because the government was keeping its commitment to provide a better road than before the harbour construction. "I am constantly amazed at the opposition by the ALP to the harbour project, which is the foremost tourism development in Central Queensland," he said.

-Sunset cruise for Life unit THE Sunset Dinner Cruise for Life Education is on Saturday (tomorrow) night and tickets are still available. The trip is on board Reefseeker and leaves from Rosslyn Bay Harbour. Tickets are S30 single for dinner, entertainment and play money for Casino Capers. If you haven't booked in, phone Dave Larkin, 39 7556 or Lynda Gustafson, 39 3152 and they will give you a ticket number that will ensure your place on Reefseeker. The Coast has nearly raised the full amount allotted to it for a Life Education Mobile Unit and the Sunset Dinner Cruise will help fill the coffers.

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• ABOVE: Yeppoon Choral Society's production of the Mikado starts on Saturday night, tomorrow, in Yeppoon Town Hall for a three night season (next Thursday and Saturday). Pictured are Jack Cochrane as the Mikado and Duncan Stewart at Ko-Ko.

Two trainees for Yeppoon Police TWO trainee police officers will be working from Yeppoon Police Station by the end of October. _ One trainee, Const Brett Heath, has started and the other is expected at the station within the next few weeks. The trainees are the result of representations made by Member for Broadsound Denis Hinton to Police Minister Vince Lester. Yeppoon Police Station is now manned by a Detective Sgt 2c, Detective Snr Const, Officerin-charge Sgt lc Ken Tanzer, three Sgt 3c, one constable and one trainee constable. "This should greatly alleviate the present problem of understaffing, with a total of three additional officers this year," Mr Hinton said. "Yeppoon gained a detective after I made representations to the Minister earlier thisyear and now the station has two more officers. "The capacity of Yeppoon's force to provide round the clock protection has been increased. They win be able to investigate and prevent break-ins, thefts, vandalism and underage drinking with greater ease," he said. "It is a significant break through for Yeppoon and in line with the Government's policy of building up the size of the force, as well as improving police morale."

Sgt lc Ken Tanzer said he was pleased with the two additional trainee constables. "They have had basic training at the Police Academy in Brisbane and then when sworn in as constables are designated as trainees for the first 12 months of their service," he said. "They are then stationed at various centres during their training period. "Towards the end of the 12 months training period they return to the academy for in-service training and then are appointed to a station."

Police thank public for aid YEPPOON officer-in-charge Sgt lc Ken Tanzer this week thanked people who helped at a fracas in Beaman Park recently. "We had some difficulties in restraining some juveniles and asked for assistance from people who were nearby," he said. "They lent a hand and we appreciate their help. Their assistance reduced the possibility of injuries to the juveniles and police."

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THE Capricorn Coast Tourist Organisation has backed the Capricorn Coast Chamber of Commerce and Industry's street lighting proposal with $1000. CCTO chairman Brian Hooper said management committee members decided unanimously to donate $1000 toward the cost of installing coloured lights in the main business area of Yeppoon. It was announced in last week's Capricorn CoastMirror that the chamber decided to underwrite the cost of providing coloured lighting from the Yeppoon beachfront to Savemore Centre up to a cost of $4000. Mr Hooper said the CCTO' s unanimous decision to give $1000 toward this project was emphatic that the funds would come from CCTO membership subscriptions. "The $1000 had no connection with the Information Centre Building Loan Appeal," Mr Hooper said.


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YEPPOON Police have lost property handed in at the station and clothes recovered as the result of investigations. Handed in are three bicycles - lady's Apollo, gent's 10-speed Repco and a 10-speed supersport - and a set of motor cycle saddle bags with jacket, gloves and scarf. Yeppoon Police officer-in-charge Sgt lc Ken Tanzer said if the people who had lost their bicycles had them engraved with a special code lodged at the station, their property could have been returned immediately. "We have a vibro-engraver at the station and it is available for people to engrave belongings," Sgt Tanzer said. "A special personal code is engraved on the property - videos, bicycles, televisions, radios and then that code is filed here to aid in the return of stolen or lost articles." He said any Coast resident can borrow the engraver to mark belongings that are difficult to take to the station. "Large stereo equipment is better engraved in your own home. A police officer will show you how to use the engraver and how to enter your code on the supplied form. "We keep the information on file here at the station so if your property is stolen or lost and either handed in or recovered it can be returned to the correct owners." Sgt Tanzer said the clothing held at Yeppoon Police Station has been recovered from recent offenders who have been apprehended. This week's Police message is make your house and business premises secure. Don't make your place easy pickings. Before going out lock your doors, windows

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Cawarral road sealing plan A SECONDARY main road, with upgrading to sealed status, may service Cawarral and Mt Chalmers' residents according to Member for Broadsound Denis Hinton. "I have put a strong case to Main Roads Minister Gil Alison for the road," Mr Hinton said. "I sought a transfer for the Dairy Inn Road from the Yeppoon/Rockhampton turnoff through Cawarral and the Cawarral/Coorooman Road through to the Rockhampton/ Emu Park Road from a Livingstone Shire road to secondary main road status. "This change of status will lead to adequate

funding being provided to seal the road using MRD funds," he said. "MRD is doing a road plan review in Januaiy 1990 and I will be suggesting to Livingstone Shire Council that it puts forward a case for gazettal of the road as a secondary main roadi... a case I would strongly support." Mr Hinton said the road acts as a through road between Emu Park Road and Yeppoon Road. "The cost of sealing this important road can be funded by council within the foreseeable future. I believe that should council support my view, then the chances of sealing this road link will be strong."

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A NUMBER of Lammermoor Beach residents living in the estate off the Old Scenic Highway are upset about proposed accesses Good Old-Fashioned through a bird sanctuary or via a residential street. DRIVEWAY SERVICE! A proposal to rezone 15.05 hectares of land described as Lot 31 on registered plan number ( ICE, DIESEL, KERO ) 612766 and part of Lot 2 on registered plan NEAR THE SHOWGROUND -391689 number 607489, Parish of Hewittville, County of Livingstone ... situated at the end of Barracuda Street and behind Seahorse Crescent off Old Scenic Highway and stretching along the back of Yeppoon-Emu Park Road. It was lodged by A H Klerkx, licensed and engineering surveyor, on behalf of the Roman We repair Pumps (Irrigation, Industrial, Catholic Trust Corp for the Diocese of RockPools & Domestic Pressure Systems hampton and objections close at Livingstone Single & 3-ohase motors • Power Tools Shire Council on October 20. Generator Sets • Compressors ... etc The proposal said the land is to be used for the construction of school and church. The proConsolidated 39 3310 or 39 3303 a/h Electric posed rezoning is from residential A and rural Motors B to special facilities (church, school and ancil24hr-7 days-59 Tanby Rd lary buildings). A map lodged with council by the proposers shows proposed future access through a block from the Yeppoon-Emu Park Road and another along the back of existing Seahorse CresLTD cent residences along the side of a bird sanctuary on private land. The watercourse drains through a culvert under Old Scenic Highway t into the Lammermoor Native Gardens. A previous proposal lodged for the same land and in August this year was withdrawn. Contact Lens Practitioners Residents had objected to the proposal, thinking that access to the school would be via Shop 30, Savemore Centre Barracuda Street. "Our major objection to Barracuda Street Phone ... 39 3649 Ibeing used as an access to the school was safety of resident children," Seahorse Crescent resiADVERTISEMENT dent Pat Moran said. "Besides the safety of our children there is a T-intersection at the top of the hill into Seahorse Crescent, and what we considered a blind Upgrading Tyrer Park corner entering into the proposed school property. - debts paid "A majority of residents, after discussions IN1986, as a candidate for Broadsound, I among ourselves, appeared to object to the was approached by then Yeppoon Racing first proposal, the one that was withdrawn. Club trustees - Dick Tyrer and John Geaney Their objections then were because of access - for financial assistance for Yeppoon Race through Barracuda Street. Club, with a view to providing adequate "The drawing included on that proposal drainage for the course, running rails, betting didn't state that Barracuda Street would be the ring and other facilities to upgrade the race access, but it looked like it," she said. course. "I don't think anyone has objected to the I organised a grant of S280,000 from the school and church. Why should we? It means Racing Development Fund through then growth for the area. It also means some of the Racing Minister Russ Hinze and with a subchildren living in that area will not have to be stantial amount of community involvement bussed to school. and business assistance, the programme was "What we are objecting to, then and now, is completed and the excellent facilities at the the proposed access through Barracuda Street track provided. and also the one suggested this time along one Subsequently I was also approached to side of the bird sanctuary." have the previous heavy debt to the Westpac Mrs. Moran said the majority of residents Bank, of the club, which was the responsibilwere not happy about the access roads through ity of the trustees, paid out by the Racing either the sanctuary or residential street and Development Fund. I was successful in havfelt an access off the main highway would be ing $214,407 made available to the club to acceptable. clear this debt. "The Yeppoon-Emu Park Highway already Yeppoon Racing Club now has modern caters to a large amount of traffic and we feel facilities and a sound financial position - a it would be preferable to use the access block ^ommitment honoured - a Broadsound from that road. .chievement. "I have spoken to some people near the highway access block and they don't mind having an access to the area behind them," Mrs Moran said. "On weekends the highway residents face a continual traffic flow. The amount of traffic in the morning and afternoon for a school probably wouldn't reach what they have on weekends or holidays. Authorised: R Bahnisch, Marlborough "The Old Scenic Highway is the main access



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point tor the proposed sanctuary access and also for Barracuda Street and it is only a narrow road. In some places it becomes a single width ... two cars have difficulty passing with any semblance of safety," she said. "If the two Old Scenic Highway accesses are used, the road would have to be upgraded. "The access off the main highway would be safer because it has two acceptable traffic lanes. . "Besides the traffic flow through Old Scenic Highway we feel the sanctuary should be cared for and not have an access road on one side. "It is a beautiful area. The sanctuary is on private property and they are entitled to have an access road through it. But, it is the natural habitat for a number of native fauna, some all year round with others visiting on their migration path." According to Mrs Moran and Capricorn Coast birdwat cher Molly Crawford the following fauna has been observed in and around the sanctuary. Water birds: brolgas are resident and breed every two years; Spoonbills (big wading birds); Magpie Geese; White faced Herons; Black Swans; Moorhens breed; Swamphens; Black Duck; Buff Banded Rails; Black Fronted Plovers (small wading bird); quails. Bush birds: Sunbirds; Little Shrike-Thrush; Blue winged Kookaburra and Laughing Kookaburra; Magpies; Pied Butcher Birds; Noisy Miner; Finches. Honeyeaters: Lewins; White throated; Brown; Dusky and Blue Faced. And Jabirus on occasional visits. "As well as water and bush birds it is the habitat for Pretty-face wallabies, goannas and lizards," Mrs Moran said.

Tenders out to demolish home TENDERS are being called for the demolition of an old housing commission home at 15 Hutton Street, Yeppoon, to provide a suitable site for more pensioner units at Yeppoon. "The call for pensioner units of high quality and low rental for senior citizens is high," Member for Broadsound Denis Hinton said. "Bill Shuttlewood Lodge and Ron Kershaw Lodge are now complete and fully occupied. Kershaw Lodge will be officially opened by Family Services Minister Beryce Nelson on November 23. "A further block of 12 pensioners units is commissioned for immediate construction in Rockhampton Road," he said. "It is a continuous programme, but with 1400 full time pensioners in Yeppoon, there should be no shortage of applicants."

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"There are many countries that violate children's rights by kidnapping or subjecting them to torture to pressure their parents o. because the children are seen as potential opponents of the current governing powers," she said. "This year's theme is 'Children' and the Education Department has authorised us to approach schools to enlist their support for the sale of buttons as part of Amnesty Week. "Funds raised will be used to collect, research and distribute information about human rights violations throughout the world."


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AMNESTY International members are pleased with the success of the Capricorn Coast premiere showing of Dead Poets Society during the Pineapple Festival at Capricorn Cinema. "There were 150 in the audience and we raised more than $300 to help our recently released prisoner of conscience, Achroe Johnson," spokesman Leslie Levy said. "We thank everyone for their support ... it was great. "We have received several letters from Achroe since he was freed in July and have learned that in 1987 he was awarded a scholarship to continue his studies in West Germany. "Unfortunately he was arrested before he could take advantage of the opportunity," she said. "The current economic and political situation in Benin is unstable. The university was not allowed to accept enrolments this year and there is no certainty it will re-open next year." She said Achroc had been advised the scholarship was still available. "Before he can be issued with a student visa, Achroe has to produce a return air ticket. In view of the possibility he could be re-arrested at any time, he is anxious to leave Benin as soon as possible. "His family is helping, but the 81200 fare is beyond their means." Capricorn Coast Amnesty International has sent several hundred dollars and hopes to send "His family is borrowing the money and will repay the loan with funds we send," she said. Anyone able to help with a small donation can contact Leslie Levy, 39 4063 or Denise Christensen, 39 1728. October 14 to 21 is Amnesty International Week - worldwide - and the Coast branch will have a stall at the charity market in Yeppoon Showground. on October 14 and 21 selling buttons, bumper stickers, Christmas cards, Tshirts and calendars.

• ABOVE: Yeppoon Fire Brigade volunteer Ross Newmann makes sure this fire was out on Saturday afternoon. The blaze started in the kitchen of a Cooee Bay home.

October social draws big crowd YEPPOON soloists Beryl Dawson and Yvonne Brown and pianist Leila Goodwin were guest artists at Tuesday's Yeppoon Pensioners League October social. The afternoon attracted and attendance of 140 and included busloads of pensioners from North Rockhampton and Emu Park pensioners leagues. Orchids, lilies, gerberas, roses, statice and brilliant coloured bougainvillea were the dominant blooms in the colourful array of flowers that fronted Yeppoon Town Hall's stage. As in previous socials the flowers were given to eager social-goers at the afternoon's end. They were given by Beryl Connor, Marge Cornell, Ann Nugent and Thelma Shuttlewood and were arranged by Beryl and Marge. Following the national anthem and the pensioners' song, compere Marge Cornell extended birthday greetings to Rowena Stevens, Louise Poelitz, Evie Benson, Iris Holden, Edna Rasmussen, Frances Biles, Alf Marcombe and hugh Cochrane. Beryl Dawson teamed with Yvonne Brown in a duet duo 'Chattanooga Choo Choo' and 'April Showers'. She received well merited applause for her solos 'Try to remember' and 'My curly-headed babby'. Yvonne's two well-sung solos were 'Hi Lily Hi Lo' and 'The Birth of the Blues'. Leila Goodwin was accompanist for Beryl and Yvonne and played for the dances which interspersed the programme. Making their first appearance at a Yeppoon league's social, Rockhampton couple George and Maureen Turner pleased with the duets 'Blue eyes crying in the rain' and 'There goes my everything'. Emu Park soloist Stan Nelson won vociferous


Authorised: R Bahnlsch, Marlborough Contrary to LABOR PROPAGANDA (The Goss/Pearce Letters) alleging Denis Hinton approves sand mining projects 'without proper environmental safeguards or impact studies' DENIS HAS A LONG AND CONSISTENT RECORD FOR TIGHT ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION

applause for his rendition of 'Marta' and 'Because'. Wife Win was his accompanist on the piano. The Emu Park league's singing group The • Evergreens with Win as pianist was in fine voice in its presentation of a medley of popular numbers. Bill Matthews came down with North Rockhampton league members and played a pianoaccordion medley which included the popular 'Maggie'. Raconteur Joe McIntyre's 'That's a Fact' provided the afternoon's comedy relief. Instrumental duets were played by Leila Goodwin (piano) and Arthur Lawn (saxophone) and Marge Cornell (piano) who partnered Tony Ceff (violin and saxophone). The Yeppoon singing group rendered a• medley of songs and others who made the afternoon enjoyable were soloists Sarah hall, Ruby Harris, Beverly Smyth, John Smyth, Alf Marcombe, Gary Warren and mouth organist George Cooper. Lucky door numbers were held by Dulcie Cooper, May Hughes, Enid Pill, Sylvia Cousin, Kerry de Graaf, Win Nelson, Vonnie Ale dice, Marie Zonca, Veronica Stevens, R4-1/ Harris, Ada Evans, Lil Black, Sue Smith, Kath Mcllwraith, Sarah Hall and E Garner. Dick and Betty Tyrer of Colonial Fruit Supplies provided fruit and vegetable trays for first and second raffle prizes and these were won by Phyl Morris (Emu Park) and Arthur Lawn (Yeppoon). A third traywas won by Alice Benn of Yeppoon. Lucky door prizes were given by Vi Chenana, Glennie Jordan, Kerry de Graaf, Sarah Hall, Enid Warren, Fred Leader and Alex Ogilvie. At the end of the afternoon president Bill Shuttlewood thanked convener Ann Lehmann, the women and men who assisted her in the serving of afternoon tea. Ruby Harris was thanked for the assistance given to compere Marge Cornell.

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FACTS: (on record at CQ media outlets) • 21.8.89 'Mr Hinton has announced strong opposition to the Pivot plans and intends to fight the company, based on two major objectives: (1) The Company's Environand (2) The Company's plans to road tranport mineral sands to a dry mill at Yeppoon.' mental Impact Study • 28.9.89 Hinton: 'The Environmental Impact Study provided by the Pivot Group was inadequate, and such a statement would not be accepted by the State Government'. • 1.8.89 'Mr Hinton said that he had advised the Lands Department and the Company RZ Mines of his opposition to the lease until such time as the company which holds Sand Mining Authorities to Prospect in the area has produced a satisfactory Environmental Impact Study.' • 26.7.89 Hinton on Pivot: 'I would prefer to seethe Army area which is one of the unique wilderness areas of Queensland, remain just that, a wilderness with the objective of declaring the area a national park should the Army relinquish the area. It is unique and beautiful and the surrounding wetlands are vital to the fishing industry.'


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6 - Capricorn Coast Mirror October 13 - October 19, 1989 CHRISTIAN meditation groups in Central CAPRICORN Coast Historical Society Queensland have invited a Benedictine Monk meeting is on Monday, October 16 at 7.30pm in from Montreal, Canada, to conduct workshops the town hall's meeting room ... upstairs, turn right and then right again. on meditation. Fr Laurence Freeman OSB will be in RockJenny & Jody hampton on October 16 to address meditators will care for all your at Emmaus College, Main Street, Park AveBeauty Needs at nue. For further information or registration, Judith Hose, 39 6205. • • • SENIOR students and teachers from the high school are the models at a fashion parade tomorrow night (Saturday) in the stadium. Tickets are available from Stewart and 54 Normanby St, Yeppoon 39 3217 Brumm or at the door and the show starts at JENNY SHEPHERD 7.30pm. This season's fashions from His and Du'. B. Tx. Hers, Jolly Dolly and Bennetts Menswear will ELAniN , $) be shown. Supper and entertainment is inJODY TRUELSON cluded in the admission charge. DIP. B. TH. ■ • •

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Sunday, October 15 10am, Yeppoon CWA Hall 6.30pm, Yeppoon CWA Hall ( Why Jesus came. John 3:17 )

THE Order of St Luke is having a healing service on Sunday, October 15 at 7.30pm. The venue is St James Anglican Church and everyone's welcome. • • • EMU Park Pensioners' League Christmas dinner is in the cultural hall on Friday, December 15. To be eligible pensioners must be financial by the end of October. Tickets are available closer to the date.

Capricorn Coast Pool Maintenance Leave Water Samples, • Pick up Pool Supplies at Yeppoon Glass & • Tiles, 53 Tanby Rd

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"Ready Always" Phone (079) 39 1211 P.O. Box 1, Yeppoon


CONTRIBUTION PARTICULARS Married Couples Pensioner Married Couples Single Persons (without dependants) Pensioner Single Persons (without dependants) ALL RATES INCLUDE AERIAL TRANSPORT

$60 $40 $53 $30


A contributor may elect to join a group contribution scheme at his place of employment. He is required to sign the necessary authority for his employer to deduct from his wages an amount of $1 20 per week 2

CHARGES TO NON-CONTRIBUTORS Minimum fee (per patient) first 24km or part thereof $100, in addition $2.50 per km thereafter, if an Ambulance vehicle is called to attend to a person and does not thereafter transport such person, a charge of $2.50 per km or part thereoff travelled by the Ambulance vehicle from the Centre, Sub-Centre or any Depot of the Brigade until it returnsto the same Centre, Sub-Centre or Depot with a minimum call-out fee of $30 shall be made and shall be payable by such person. For each treatment received at the casualty room of the Centre - $8.

PRESCRIBED BENEFITS Service benefits are for financial Ambulance Subscribers providing that the Yeppoon-Emu Park Centre Committee is not prevented from so doing by any reasons whatsoever beyond the control of the committee. 1. Treatment of accident cases and transport where necessary. 2. Casualty room first-aid at ambulance centres. 3. Medical or surgical transport to hospital when authorised by a doctor. 4. Transport of specialised treatment cases to Base Hospitals and transport of convalescent patients from hospital to residenece when authorised by a hospital doctor. 5. Reciprocal service at Ambulance centres throughout Queensland. 6. Reciprocity arrangements exist in all other States and Territories for bona fide contributors to Ambulance Authorities.


CUp►iicOhu Cotoffiltel: DATE CLAIMERS ... Saturday, October 14. St James Guild street stall outside Findlay's. • • • Saturday, October 14. Cent sale, 2pm. Senior Citizens Benevolent Housing Society auxiliary. Yeppoon Showground. • • • Saturday, October 14. Country and Western night at The Lantern. •

Saturday, October 14. Yeppoon Choral Society's Mikado, Town Hall, 7.45pm • • • Thursday, October 19. Air ambulance/CWA luncheon, 11.30am, Lantern Restaurant. • • • Thursday, October 19. Yeppoon Choral Society's Mikado, Town Hall, 7.45pm. • • • Friday, October 20. Yeppoon branch of the Red Cross meeting, RSL hall, 1.30pm. • • • Saturday, October 21. Dog trials. Cooee Park, 5.30pm. • • • Saturday, October 21. Oktoberfest. Bell Park, Emu Park, from 1 lam to 10pm. • • • Saturday, October 21. Yeppoon Choral Society's Mikado, Town Hall, 7.45pm. • • • Wednesday, October 25. St James Guild cent sale, parish hall, Mary Street. 10am. • • • Wednesday, October 25. 7.30pm, Universal Children's Day meeting, Community Health, Como Units, Anzac Parade, Yeppoon. • • • Friday, October 27. Masked Disco, Yeppoon Town Hall, 7pm-10.30pm. Admission S2. Lucky door, best masked boy or girl. Supervised by Keppel Coast Girl Guides. • • • Saturday, October 28. Cawarral State School children's and ladies fashion parade and afternoon tea. 2pm. • • • Wednesday, November 1. Mini cent sale and housie morning from 10am at Yeppoon Showground tearoom. Endeavour Foundation. SI includes morning tea. • • • Tuesday, November 7. Capricorn Coast Parish Melbourne Cup Function. Kanangra, 11.30am, S16 for luncheon, fashion parade and entertainment. Tickets at Krugers. • • • THE winner of the popular choice at the Pineapple Festival art exhibition was Mark Asher with a pen and ink drawing ... Fig Tree Creek. His trophy was donated by Member for Broadsound Denis Hinton. The lucky door prize went to D Clayton. • • • AMNESTY International meeting is on Monday, October 16 at 7.45pm - 20 Strow Street. New members are welcome. Phone Leslie Levy, 39 4063, for information. • • • WHILE it is easy to be stressed, regardless of who you are, sex or age, it is helpful to learn new ways of handling those stressful situations. Community Health has free stress courses that offer relaxation exercises, discussions and strategies for coping-, as well as printed information to take home. The next class starts on Thursday, November 9 from 10am to noon at Community Health, Como Units, Anzac Parade, Yeppoon and continues each Thursday for a further three weeks. Numbers are limited and bookings are necessary. Phone 39 1469 to register. • • • ENDEAVOUR Foundation raffle winner was B Flanders of Gregory Street, Cooee Bay. The quilt was made and donated by Beth Beckett. The foundation thanks everyone who supported the raffle.

The onus is on contributors to notify changes of address to the Q.A.T.B. Committee responsible for providing ambulance service at the new location.




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CONDITIONS OF MEMBERSHIP Benefits are available after 14 days' membership. Contributors over four weeks in arrears are not in benefit and will be charged the Non-Contributor Fee A family contribution is considered to cover all single dependants up to the age of 16 years. Single dependants attending a MI-time course of study at a recognised educational institution may be included on the family membership. Your entitlement for coverage in respect of a non-spouse dependant (i.e student) may be disallowed where the dependant receives a separate taxable income. Pensioner Health Benfit Card must be sighted to qualify for pensioner concession (Form PHB2).

YEPPOON Pensioners League will run a bus to Rockhampton next Tuesday, October 17, leaving Yeppoon Railway Station at 9am, stopping at all shopping centres en route. Fare is S3 and seats can be reserved by phoning Bill Shuttlewood, 39 1340. • • • THE three nights at Kohuna for a family of five and free flight by East-West was won by Wayne and Kathy Breingan ... the prize was organised by Yeppoon Primary Parents and Citizens. The function, held at Kanangra on Saturday night was a great success. Best tropical costume prize went to David Cumming and Wayne Collett won the scratch it raffle. It was the last function for fundraiser Ross Healy. Outgoing president Glynis Cumming invites interested parents and friends to the annual general meeting, Tuesday, October 17. • • • TWO free seminar nights have been organised at Keppel Coast Gym -weight training - on Tuesday and Wednesday (October 17 and 18) at 730pm. These nights are an ideal chance to go along to the gym and ask questions ... you are under no obligation to join the gym or participate in a special course. It is for information. Proprietor Sue Martin is three times national women's bodybuilding champion and is able t answer any questions about the benefits of weight training, effects on male and female bodies, setting goals and popular misconceptions. Bodybuilding is for all ages and sizes.

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Capricorn Coast Mirror October 13 - October 19, 1989 - 7



Carden& Coadthe ANNETTE and Frank van Gestel and their family are leaving the Capricorn Coast and a farewell has been organised on Sunday, November 26 from 1 1 am in Lions Park, Emu Park (next to the Emu Park Bowls Club). It is a bring-your-own lunch and drinks and everyone is welcome. • • • THE 'Coastal Gardeners' met at Coral Ziebell's home on September 26 ... and was quizzed on arrival and had a mind job to do on trees. Carol prepared an ideal quiz and it looked easy, but wasn't. She then showed members her garden, though small, supports a large variety of trees and flowers. Most of the members garnered cuttings and seedlings for their own use and were able to find out what grows best and where. Six members arranged to meet for a trip to the Rockhampton Orchid Show later that week. It was a feast and the perfume was overwhelming. Anyone who wasn't an orchid lover before, certainly left with a changed mind. The group also called into St Aubins Village before returning to the Coast. Future excursions are intended, but more notice will be given earlier. The next meeting is at Barbara Young's 13 1 _ .11and Street, Yeppoon residence on october 17 at 2pm. Barbara is happy for anyone to ring her, 39 4171, if they are interested in going along. If you love gardening you are welcome to attend any of the meetings. You can be an amateur, professional, old hand or new. The numbers are growing (as they should in a gardening group) and you now have to-take your own cup and plate. Don't forget if you have a perfect flower, fruit or vegetable you want to brag about, take it along ... everyone will feel just like you. • . • YEPPOON Nursing mothers informal discussion on Thursday, October 19 at Debbie's, 31 School Street, starts at 10am. The topic is Getting to Know Your Baby ... aspects of breastfeeding management, bonding and survival plan (how do you organise meals, washing and making sure everyone is satisfied and you're not exhausted). For information or transport, 39 4139 or 39 4468.

BESIDES wringing your hands and hoping someone is around to help, what else can you do in an emergency? Start now and go to first aid classes at the Yeppoon-Emu Park Ambulance Centre, James Street, Yeppoon. The course starts at 6.30pm on Tuesday, October 24 for six weeks and each class lasts for three hours. Registrations must be in by October 20 and the cost is $30 ... money well spent. Children have all sorts of accidents and you will find out how to stop bleeding, what to do for bruising and most important ... how to use heart lung resuscitation. Don't phone the centre, you will tie up the phones, go along and sign on. • • • THE September mystery bus tour organised by Emu Park Pensioners League was enjoyed by everyone. The next trip (November 9) is the last one for 1989 ... a barbecue in Rockhampton's Botanic gardens and also shopping. The cost is S5 for members and $6 non-members, all inclusive. Phone Stan Nelson, 39 6359, to reserve a seat on the bus. You don't have to be a member. • • • PARENTS-to-be, Community Health's free birth preparation programme starts at 7.30pm on Wednesday, November 8 at Yeppoon Hospital. Register, Community Health, 39 1469. The four week, Wednesday night course is free and qualified people are on hand to make new parents feel more at ease. The programme offers the chance for questions and answers as well as take home literature to help. Discussions, videos and instructions on birth and after-birth care including breast feeding and the need for immunisation are part of the programme. ■

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Jewellers Design • Handcrafting • Repair TALK TO THE JEWELLER

CAPRICORN Coast Writers are calling people interested in writing short stories and poetry to go to the Yeppoon RSL Hall on Saturday, November 4 at 10am and meet Wally Woods from the CIAE Humanities Department. The charge is $1 to cover hall hire. Mr Woods will give an assessment of short pieces of writing if they are addressed to him care of J Edwards and lodged at Yeppoon Travel, Savemore before the end of October.

Public Welcome

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Denhams Supermarket Yeppoon

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Unwashed Mini Murphy Potatoes Supermarket Yeppoon

P.C.D. Butter 500g I These Super Specials are on sale

Friday 13th Saturday 14th October. While stocks last. Limit rights reserved.

8 - Capricorn Coast Mirror October 13 - October 19, 1989


COOEE CORNER Fast Food * Chickens * Bait * Fish 'n' Chips *

7 days - 7am to 8pm Phone orders to 39 1033

Tuckshop Dine-in or Takeaway Home-cooked tucker



Sands Arcade - 39 3665 : 4e41.6 6acZ;i ?* 10 mins from Yeppoon


7 days 9.30am4.30pm

) CI)ceberrielPark CIandfeed the tame animals Shady Picnic Areas • Swimming Pool GROUP BOOKINGS WELCOME A day out for the family! Ph. 39 7590

C HOTEL 39 31" LUB James St

DAILY SPECIALS $3 COUNTER MEAL Lunches: Mon-Fri, Noon to 2pm

POOL COMPETITION Tuesdays, 7pm. $2 nomination $50, 1st; Carton, runner-up WEEKLY WINNERS PLAY-OFF $100. Date to be advised • Budget Accommodation • • TAB in Complex • • Bottle Shop Specials •

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

Remember, the Fishing's Great at the Causeway Lake! The finest French Restaurant in C(2...





• By John and Suzy Watson THE CCTO's Information Centre loan debt now stands at $33,227.90. There was one new pledge this week, lifting the number to 104. Rosslyn Bay Fishermen's Co-op Association Limited (P. Hansen and B. Pattemore) paid in $260 as this year's pledge. This payment lifted the number pledging $5 a week for two years to the CCTO Information Centre to 104. The CCIO will continue to make the $1000 monthly payments it undertook when it received the loan ... and those payments will continue to reduce the principal. The list of donors will continue to be published in the Mirror. To make it easier for the Mirror, would all people who have yet to make their first payment please do so this week so that only one list need be published. Send cheques, made out to CCTO Information Centre Loan Account, c/CCTO, P.O. Box 166, Yeppoon, 4703. The following 88 businesses have paid cheques to the value shown toward the appeal for this year and have given a commitment to complete their total $520 donation due over the two years: • Capricorn Coast Mirror - John & Suzy Watson - paid $260. • Capricorn Printing - Terry & Cheryl Simpson - paid $260. • Seaspray Waterfront Holiday Units - Blossom Hooper - paid $260. • Poinciana Caravan Park - Doug & Sylvia Belot - Paid $260. • Bay Vacationer Units - Peter & Yvonne Motion - paid $260. • Driftwood Motel - John Allen - paid $260. • Reef Seeker - Helen Jackson - paid $130. • Victory - Helen Jackson - paid $130. • Capricorn Newsagency - Ian & Colleen Graham - paid $260. • Capricorn Cabs - P W & S C Denning - paid $260. • Maguire & Associates Solicitor - Tom Maguire - paid $65. • Brian Hooper Real Estate - Brian Hooper - paid $260. • BP Yeppoon - Russell and Judy Sait - paid $260. • Yeppoon Video Centre and Yeppoon Computer Centre - Colin and Barbara Driscoll - paid $100. • Hacienda Units - Bill and Dell Mackie - paid $260. • Capricom Diesel Services Pty Ltd - Sue and Bob Waddell - paid $260. • John and Marguerite Richardson - paid $60. • Kanangra Restaurant - Liz Pilbury and Brad Flesser - paid $520. • Capricorn International Resort - Iwasaki Sangyo Co. (Aust.) Pty Ltd - $260. • Blue Anchor Motel - Don Machan - paid $260. • Beryl and Maurie Cagney - paid $260. • Seven Dwarfs - Brian and Beverley Gilligan - paid $260. • North Keppel Island Resort - Naomi Hehir and Peter Hayward - paid $260. • Cooberrie Park - John & Pattie Shannon - paid $65.

• Keppel Island Water Taxi • Capricorn Water Slide - Hs-.1 • Paul Watts & Associates - Pau • L.J. Hooker - Nick & Dora Ca • Scoffin, J & Y. Jewellers _ Jot • Bennetts Menswear - Tony Be • Ken Jones Marine - Ken & Ro • Elgan Units - The Nagle Famil • Sunlover Lodge - Wolfgang & • Whites Tourist Services - Ruth • Gumnut Glen - Kerry Flynn -I • Keppel Barge Services - Ken • Yeppoon Charity Market - pail • Kempsea Carpark - Arthur & I • Railway Hotel - Ron & Jan Sa • Anonymous - son of Yeppoon • ANZ Bank - Arthur Holt - pair • Denison Star - John & Heather • Howard & June Rodda - paid • Billy the Mountain Entertainmr • Yeppoon Butchers - Pat & Arm • Queensland Premier Mines Pt, • Kristin's Hair Design - Kris PI • Sail-inn Motel - Elaine Medan( •JEDaviesMedicalPtyLtd-I • Yeppoon Backpackers Hostel • Bee Bops - Helen Bayne - pair • Beachcomber Hair Trends • Tanby Turf - paid $260. • Yeppoon Marine Engineers • Capricorn Coast Tours - Glen, • Coral Life Marineland - Kevin • Father H J Gygar - Catholic C • Denhams Bros. Limited - Savt • Hedi's Boutique - Claude and • Tanby Roses - Keith andlanit • Como Holiday Units - Horst a • Barrier Reef Backpacks • Jim Pearce - ALP Candidate E • C.Q. Pest Control - Chas. and





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• ABOVE: Brian Hooper received $5000 front Livingstone Shire chaimtan Cr John Bowen on Tuesday as part of council's donation to the Capricorn Coast Tourist Organisation's information centre.

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39 2318



Camel Rides GIVE THE KIDS A SUNDAY TO REMEMBER Take a jaunt on Capricorn Sapphire and Keppel from in front of Bayview Tower to Beachside on Sundays • ADULTS only $2 • Children (under 15) $1 •

Camel Treks FEEL LIKE LAWRENCE OF YEPPOON From three to six people can take a Camel Trek and boil the billy anytime, on the Coastal strip, including the Tanby Road area • 2-hr treks: Adults $25, Children (under 15) $12 • Phone John Richardson (079) 39 3248 or (if unanswered) 39 4888

• ABOVE: Capricorn Coast TAFE Centre's training restaurant, Shoreline, at Rosslyn Bay opened on Saturday. Pictured are hospitality lecturer Marg &my, student Paul Fitzgerald and Head chef and part-time cookery lecturer Joanne Doyle. Dining out on KANANGRA the Capricorn

Coast Licensed Famly Restaurant - Buffet-Style Menu - Eat as much as you like

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Capricorn Coast Mirror October 13 - October 19, 1989 - 9

EBT NOW ONLY $33,227.90 lodger - paid $130. rproan & Kevin Dobby - paid $260. 1.&Rhonda Watts - $260. lianiotis - paid $260. & Yvonne Scoffm -paid $20. men - paid $5. ternary Jones - paid $25. y - paid $260. Brigette Bielharz - paid $65. & Trevor White - paid $65. mid $100. Voods - paid $260. $260. Jetty Ware - paid $65. rnnidt - paid $260. 's early storekeeper - paid $500. l $260. Donkin - paid $260. i60. sit - Bill Ludwig & Pauline Gallie - pd $130. O'Brien - paid $260. Ltd - Frank Beckinsale - $50. ahn - paid $25. ry - paid $65. onathon & Janet Davies - paid $65. •Tony Millroy & Anna Potter - paid $65. $20. ama Molloy - paid $20. Cathy and Roger Dale - paid $100. Marsha and David Reddiez - paid $260. and Yvonne Logan - paid $115. lurch Yeppoon - paid $260. more Centre Yeppoon - paid $260. Hedi Goetz - paid $260. e Hendy - paid $65. Fay Simon - paid $130. z and Widdowson - paid $20. sound - paid $50. Jane Hilliard - paid $65.


• Ampol Service Station - Nev. and Carole Welfare - paid $100. • Denis Hinton - Member for Broadsound - paid $260. • B.A.C. Removals -Eric and Kirstin Sundgren - paid $520. • Mario and Elma Crests - paid $260. • Lions Club of Yeppoon - paid $260. • Capricorn Palms Caravan Park - Richard and Jeanette Cavanagh -paid $260. • Annie's Pie Van - Dezmott and Ena Egan - paid $65. • Sandy's Cafe - Frank and Rosslyn Knobel - paid $200. • Aussie Hot Bread - John, Judy, Richard O'Grady - paid $100. • Club Hotel - Norm Marsden and Margaret Hoare - paid $260. • Anonymous housewife - (Emu Park) - $10. • Savemore Centre Traders - Two pledges each of $260 a year - paid $520. • Capricorn Coast Sports and Hobby Centre - Ron and Beryl Dawson - $260. • Andrews Construction - John Andrews & John Brian - paid $260. • Stewart and Brumm Chemists - Kevin and Rosalene Brumm - paid $260. • Capricorn Fruit Supplies - Dick and betty Tyrer - paid $100. • Anonymous Yeppoon Potters - paid $20. • Strand Hotel - Peter Green - paid $65. • A.J. Ralston Optometrists - Jeff Hall - paid $260. • Drs Ramiah and Donohue - paid $260. • Rosslyn Bay Fishermen's Co-op Association Limited (P. Hansen, B. Panemore) - paid $260. • Annie's Pies (Lance and Annette Lawer) - paid $30. • Penlaw Catering (Boyd Penfold and Lance Lawer) - paid $30. • Livingstone Shire Council - paid $5000. The following 17 businesses and individuals have pledged donations of $520 over two years: • Coastal View Tours (John Dowie) • Capricorn Reef Diving (Rob Frietag) • Old Glenmore Homestead (George Birkbeck) • Keppel Bay Motors (Bill & Barbara Ward) • Stickey & Associates Solicitor (Warren Rinkevich) • Mach 1 Panels (Mick McConnel) • Cooee Bay Marine (Vince & Lesley Welsh) • Yeppoon Stodcfeeds (David Andrews) • Keppel Coast Gym (Kim and Sue Martin) • Keppel Kampout (Geoff Mercer) • H.W. Findlay Pty Ltd (Henry Findlay & Margaret Malinconico) • Coolwaters Holiday Village (Wayne Grady) • Irons Sawmill and Hardware (Dr Lex Homer) • Pedwin Autos Services (Henning Pedersen and Tony Irwin) • Rosslyn Bay Inn (Roger Barrett) • Kinka Lodge - Judith and Brian Hose and Judith Watts • Arni Setu (Dentist) and Gyan Setu • As each cheque in paid to the appeal, it will be acknowledged in the payments list and will continue to be published in future editions ... so please continue to send in your cheques!

At Last!


Yeppoon's ONLY • O

Late Night 0 is

Dine-in & Takeaway


Aussie Dine-In OPEN

Coast's incredible willingness - ALP ALP Broadsound candidate Jim Pearce this week praised Capricorn Coast residents and businesses for willingly supporting the Information Centre appeal. "Local residents, particularly business people and not just those involved in tourism have displayed an incredible willingness to make things happen for the benefit of all on the Capricorn Coast," Mr Pearce said. "Early in my campaign I was able to secure a commitment from Labor leader Wayne Goss that when elected we would clear the debt on the CCTO tourist information centre. "This is in line with our policy of on-going assistance to the tourist industry development. "I reminded appeal organisers Brian Hooper and John and Suzy Watson of this when the appeal was launched," he said. "We agreed to hold back on repeating that pledge and see how the public responded." Mr Pearce said although he believed government had a responsibility to stimulate industry the last thing he wanted to do was stifle local initiative. "As a government we will help in other ways and personally my wife Dianne and I were happy to join the ranks of donors," he said. "The appeal is going well, the response has been great. The generosity of all involved is to be congratulated. Government funding is never a substitute for personal initiative and enterprise. "However, promotion and development are two vital components in establishing an industry such as tourism. Nothing is more fundamental and necessary to local tourism than information. "It is what gets the tourist here and makes them stay a little longer," Mr Pearce said.

St James bowls trophies


Tues-Thurs 12pm-12am Frid & Sat 6pm-4am Sunday 12pm-1am Steaks • Burgers • Fish & Chips Cold Drinks • Tea • Coffee


ON Thursday 12 teams competed for trophies at St James Indoor Bowls Club given by president Joan Dobby. First were R Hollands and A Mallory. Second, on countback, were T Poole and R Irons from M Ahern and J Mijotovic. Sportsman prize went to M Chant and I Philp. Major raffle winners were E Gardner, A Mallory and N Glover. A team from Park Avenue visited St James on Saturday, September 30, and St James, after an enjoyable afternoon, emerged winners 100-89. On November 2 a triples afternoon will be played for trophies donated by games director H Dobby, M Ahern and selectors G and M Miller. The club's Christmas party is at Kanangra Restaurant on December 2.

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TAKEWAYS Sandy's ALL Open from 7.30am

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10 - Capricorn Coast Mirror October 13 - October 19, 1989 .....

New Products Do you want to look great this Summer? DO you want to look great this Summer? You can, if you start right at the top ... with your hair. G.B.'s Hair Studio has four professional staff, ready to advise you, male or female, on how to look great throughout the Summer. Karin, Sonia, Ann-Maree and Jana can't do it by themselves ... they need to talk to you, to find out what you would like, how you see yourself, learn from you exactly what you expect. A free consultation gives you, and the friendly G.B.'s Hair Studio staff, a mutual understanding. If you already know exactly what you want they will use their skills to fullfil your requirements ... if you want advice they can show you various styles that will suit your face, your body, you. Together, you will perfect the look that gives you that Summer feeling ... and it doesn't cost anything extra for total satisfaction. G.B.'s Hair Studio has the products to create your look and the products you use at home to maintain that look with a minimum of fuss. And they're professional styling products that will suit your hair, your skin. Don't wait until the Summer's sun, salt air, hot wind and surf has dried your hair and taken away the natural lustre ... plan ahead now and enjoy the holiday season. Also, G.B.'s Hair Studio specialises in classic styling for those formal occasions, weddings and graduations. Again, a free consultation will provide, the best results. You will be asked about the colour of the dress you will be wearing, the cut, the ear-rings ... the questions that are necessary to create the compleat look. Once again, you and your professional hair consultant will work together to provide you with total satisfaction. G.B.'s, at 26 James St, Yeppoon, are open Monday to Fridays from 8.30am to 5.30pm and Saturdays from 8am to 4.30pm. Appointments can be made for after-hours any day to suit you. Phone 39 3777.

Nutley's Auto Care Centre open Monday THERE'S a new business opening on Monday in Yeppoon Nutley's Auto Care Centre, in the new Industrial Buildings next door to Ken Jones Marine Nutley's Auto Care Centre will be working from brand new premises with brand new equipment . The business offers all mechanical repairs, Tuning and Servicing to all makes and models. There's an A grade mechanic who's a Certified Mercedes Benz Repairer with 32 years' experience in car and four-wheel-drive repair. Keith and Beverley Nutley are well known locally and ask you to call in for a free, no obligation quote on any vehicle. Keith knows his cars, from the basic models many of us drive to the current model Mercedes Benz, the Toyota range and he has a very extensive knowledge of Continental vehicles. Don't travel to Rockhampton. Call in at Nutley's Auto Care Centre... it cost nothing to inquire! Phone 39 4688 or, A/H 39 3752.

Services you may need

Ships Chandlery at harbour with bait & tackle THERE'S a new business at Rosslyn Bay Harbour and it fits in perfectly with the boating scene ... Tony Halley has opened Rosslyn Bay Marine, a ships chandlery with bait and tackle. Rosslyn Bay Marine (phone 33 6287) is located in the shops under Rosslyn Bay Inn facing the trailer car park. Catering specifically for the people who use the harbour, Tony Halley will be open all weekend from 6am to 6pm and until 6pm Fridays. Weekdays he will be opening at 7am and closing time will be flexible, depending on the weather. Tony said the hours were designed to cater to harbour users, especially those who run into a last-minute problem. "There's nothing worse than packing the gear, towing the boat to the harbour then finding it won't start or something has been left behind," Tony said. "We've already been able to help quite a few who have found a fuel hose has perished, a clip has broken, a rope they thought was aboard was left at home or needed a new spark plug," he said. Yachties will feel at home among the quality Ronstan fittings. There's a big range of these stainless steel fittings in stock from a s/s thimble to a bilge pump. "It's the sort of stock that has to be seen," Tony said. "There's so much in so many sizes that each boat owner will be able to find just what they're looking for." It's the same with the huge range of 304 and 316 grade stainless

steel nuts, bolts, washers, screws and so on. Rosslyn Bay Marine has the goods ... and they're in stock. Of course, once boat owners have sorted out what they need to get on the water, there's bound to be something in the fishing tackle line they'll need ... it's all there, covering practically one complete wall of the shop. Fishing rod enthusiasts will like the feel of the Queensland-made Angler rods and the Silstar range of rods and reels ... and, of course, Alvey reels! Sitting right next to the rods and reels is a range of fun products such as face masks and snorkels and the wise Dad could take the family along to look at this range and drop the hint about the fishing outfit he'd like to see in his Christmas stocking ... lay-bye now before the rush! And, while the family is along, have a look at the Metzeler Inflatables. These outboard-powered rubber duckies put the whole family in the water scene at an affordable price. Tony has the 9'8", 4-man Aztec and the 8'3" Jolly M in stock and selling at an introductory price of just $1990 and $1490 ... each of those prices is $200 under list. By the way, Rosslyn Bay Marine is an agent for the Metzeler Inflatables so you can choose from the whole range available. Fuel tanks in stainless steel and plastic, net twine, hats, boating books and so much more makes a visit compulsory for anyone afloat. Park in the trailer area and step straight in the front door!,

Now's the time to beat the heat of Summer! THE hot weather of recent weeks is not going to go away ... it's here for the. Summer so you may as well do something now about cooling your home with an aluminium awning! There is no sense in putting it off because it takes 10 working days to prepare and install the right awning, in the right colour for your home ... and it will be even hotter then. If you wait until December you might be too late for the holiday period. Phil Ward at Yeppoon Kitchens (47 Tanby Road, 39 2419) offers a free measure and quote. He can advise you on the best style to give both relief from the heat and the rain. And, an aluminium awning allows you to open windows during Summer rain to get a cooling breeze. But aluminium awnings aren't the only measures to get relief from the heat. Ask about Vertical Drapes, Venetian Blinds or the very latest Pleated Blinds. Phil and his staff can advise you on all of these quality products and the free measure and quote gives

you an exact cost to work on with no obligation. Let them combine an aluminium awning with a set of Aluminium Drapes, a Venetian Blind or Pleated Blinds to give total relief from the heat and privacy. Quality materials and modern colours add value to your home and can be co-ordinated with existing decor. Metallic backing can give even more relief from the heat. Phone Phil now on 39 2419. Don't wait until it's too hot to pick up a phone ... get relief from the heat now and for years to come!

Up in the air over your travel plans? IF you're worried about getting to your destination during the present airline dispute, phone John or Tony at Yeppoon Travel Agency (39 1044), in the Savemore Centre. They have been reissuing airline tickets and rescheduling clients to minimise any travel problems. Most have been able to travel by

. •... •

fast electric trains or luxury coach but aeroplanes are still flying and John and Tony know which commuter airlines can help you. That's their job. It's their knowledge and skills in the travel industry that have won IATA and AFTA accreditation. Let them put their skills to work for you. Phone now!

Ped-Win Auto Services One-Stop repair shop! SOONER or later something is going to go wrong with your car, your truck, your four-wheel drive ... it's inevitable. When it does, phone Henning Pedersen or Tony Irwin at Ped-Win Auto Services, 39 2391. They're at 57 Tanby Road, Yeppoon. They specialise in 4WDs, Volvo, Mercedes and VWs. They carry a wide range of spares to get you back on (or off) the road. Henning and Tony, as well as being mechanics, can completely recondition your engine or, if you prefer, fit a long motor. And not just petrol engines. They also repair and rebuild diesels. For a major job they prefer customers to book in but because they know that cars break down without appointments, they always have time set aside each day for those instant jobs that have to be done right now! Specialists in front-end repairs and wheel aligning, with all the right gear to do the jobs properly, they are used to handling three or four jobs of this nature a day. Tony and Henning also repair both automatic and manual transmissions, brakes, alternators, generators, starter motors and they are fully equipped for Electronic Tuning and Fuel Injection repairs. With summer temperatures already here, now's the time to see them for air-conditioner repairs and regas. And don't forget those marine engine repairs. As well, they repair farm machinery and stock parts such as slasher blades. On the spare parts side, they stock batteries, brake shoes and pads for all Holdens, Fords and Landcruisers, high-tension ignition leads, engine gasket sets, rings and bearings and camshafts. Those steering and 4WD parts you need, especially for Toyota, are always in stock. And if you're looking for high tension bolts and nuts, call at Ped-Win Auto Services. Ped-Win Auto Services is obviously a one-stop shop for your motoring needs ... and it's a RWC Inspection Station, too!

Budget, Beachfront S/C Units, Zilzie HOW does $20 double overnight sound for beachfront units on the Zilzie beachfront? It's top value for a clean, fully self-contained unit in a quiet, tropical garden location on the beach. Ask about group or family rates. Phone 39 6223 or look for the Pottery sign, 26 Esplanade, Zilzie.

See the Bay from Bay Vacationer JUST staying for a few days or planning your next holiday? Why not call in at the Bay Vacationer,•in Anzac Parade, Yeppoon and make a booking with Peter or Yvonne Motton? Phone 39 1213. There's no better way of spending your holiday on the Capricorn Coast than right in town with the beach directly over the road and views, day and night, over Keppel Bay to Great Keppel Island.

Capricorn Coast Mirror October 13 - October 19, 1989 - 11


Capricorn Coast


THANKS NOTICES COOMBS family thanks Dr Lloyd and staff at St Andrews for their dedication towards Lindsay during his illness.

,..04 PUBLIC NOTICES TYPESET. composed and published by Capricorn Coast Mirror (John and Suzy Watson). 2 Orchid Street. Kinka Beach. 4703. Printed by the Gympie Times, 197 Mary Street. Gympie. Our postal address is Capricorn Coast Mirror. PO Box 769. Yeppoon. 4703. and our office is located on the corner of Adelaide Park Road and Cliff Street. Yeppoon. Phone the Mirror on (079) 39 4244. We are open 9am to 5pm. Monday to Friday. The deadline forall editorial and advertising copy is noon on Wednesday. Engagement, pre-engagement. marriage and birth notices must be signed and witnessed by a Justice of the Peace, Minister of Religion or a member of the medical profession. ADVERTISING CONDITIONS The Advertiser warrants and undertakes to the publishers of the Capricorn Coast Mirror that no material, statement, representation or information contained in the advertisement: is, or is likely to be, misleading or deceptive; is in full or, in part, defamatory. in breach of copyright, trademark or other intellectual or industrial property right: is otherwise in breach of any provision of any Statute. Regulation or rule of law. The Advertiser acknowledges that he is aware that the publishers of the Capricorn Coast Mitror are relying on the provisions of this clause. In consideration of the publishers of the Capricorn Coast Mirror accepting the advertisement for publication, the Advertiser hereby agrees to indemnify the publisher against all and any losses, costs, demands. claims, damages. expenses. proceedings and legal costs arising as a result of the publication of the advertisement or as a result of the Capricorn Coast Mirror having to correct. alter. amend or otherwise change any advertisement or any delay in publication or cancellation of the advertisement. While every care is taken with all Display and Classified advertisments, the Capricorn Coast Mirror cannot be held responsible for errors or their effect. If brought to our attention on the FIRST day of publication prior to our deadline adjustments may be made, but only for the space occupied by the error. It is the responsibility of the Advertiser to advise the Capricorn Coast Mirror of any error and we will not be held responsible for unnotified recurring errors. Positioning of classified advertisements cannot be guaranteed. The Capricorn Coast Mirror reserves the right to alter, abbreviate, omit or re-classify advertisements for any reason. Responsibility not accepted for wrong classification or for any error or inaccuracy in advertisements placed by telephone.

COMMUNITY NOTICES CHARITY flea market, Yeppoon Showground starts 7am every Saturday. VIETNAM Veterans from all services: Capricorn Coast branch of the Vietnam Veterans Legion, phone 39 3722 or 344130. CHILDBIRTH classes, books and videos. Contact New & Pregnant Parents' Support. 39 4523. AA meets Uniting Church Hall, Arthur Street, Yeppoon, 8pm every Friday. Further information, 39 3924 or 39 1320. AL-ANON meets Uniting Church Hall, Arthur Street, Yeppoon, 8pm every Friday. Further information, 39 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. Ph 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. THOMAS Bilney Society meets Fridays, 7.30pm, Christian fellowship & studyof 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

T. S. CALLAGHAN & Co CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT All tax work done by Tom Callaghan who has 30 years' experience in Taxation Law and Practice for Primary Producers and Small Business

Booze Cruise in aid of Endeavour Foundation on MV Victory

departing Rosslyn Bay

7pm, October 28 $37 single Tickets available: Victory Terminal, Rosslyn Bay; Greens Hardware FREE BUS TO AND FROM HARBOUR

33 6211 33 6174

EXPRESS Parcel DELIVERY ALA, 22 1789 Ca news


Fresh Fruit & Veg Honey and Taffy's Soft Drinks 'IF'



open 5 days-a-week and offer

44 Anzac Parade, Yeppoon 39 3740,

through the Spiritual Exercises of ECKANKAR

74 James Street Phone

(next to the Rock)

39 1277

Free Introductory Discussion

Cooee Bay branch

ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING Cooee Bay Hall 5pm, Sunday, Oct 15, 1989

Tuesday, November 14 7.30pm, Pacific Hotel

A barbecue, followed by a short annual general meeting, will be held on the above date. All Cooee Bay and other branch members and supporters are welcome. Member for Broadsound Denis Hinton will be attending. Please bring your own picnic basket and drinks along. We will have a hot-plate going

Agenda: Welcome • Apologies Management Committee Report Treasurer's Report (audited) Election of Management Committee Appointment of Auditor

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

School of Arts Building (old library), Hill Street, Emu Park Saturday, October 14 & October 28 between 3pm and 5pm FOR APPOINTMENTS OR URGENT MATTERS, PHONE 27 5019 B/H OR 34 4115 A/H

BUSH CHILDREN'S BENEFIT DAY & BBQ Sunday, October 22 10am to 4pm

Ross' Run Emu Park/Rockhampton Road

No charge for stalls (instead ... 10% of proceeds to Bush Children)

...Admission through lower gate: GOLD COIN

Lucky admission numbers Food • Fun




Walter Russell and Victoria Rodukoff. Born 4.20am Sunday October 1, 1989 Lady Goodwin Thanks everyone

A collection of excess household rubbish will take place from 7am, Monday, October 23, 1989 in the Yeppoon, Emu Park and Keppel Sands areas - all areas serviced by council's garbage contractors. Residents are requested to place their excess rubbish on their footpath near their usual bin pick-up point. Please observe the following:1 No trees, cuttings or lawn clippings unless they are packaged for collection. 2 No items longer than two (2) metres. 3 Large items e.g., car bodies or tanks should be cut into pieces capable of being lifted by two (2) persons. 4 Very heavy items such as car engines are not acceptable because of weight. Rubbish must be placed for collection by 7am on 23rd October, 1989. BOX 600 P 0 A J BROWN YEPPOON Q 4703

39 6014

Tenders invited for lessee of new 25 metre pool and amenities on Capricorn Coast. Closing date, 21st October. Replies to: 7 Phillip Street, Emu Park. Phone 39 6930



39 7157 or 34 4154

Annual Meeting

Charismatic Meetings 10am Sundays Emu Park CWA Hall

REQUIRED: couple with own van for cleaning amenities block. Suit active pensioner couple. Full particulars, apply Poinciana Caravan Park. Phone 39 1601, 9am-5pm.

7.30pm, Monday, October 16 Community Health Centre Ground Floor, Como Units Anzac Parade, Yeppoon YEPPOON AUSTRALIAN RULES FOOTBALL CLUB INC

Emu Park Living Word Centre


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

Rediscover the LOVE of GOD

Ypn/R'ton/Ypn - 6 trips daily Yeppoon/Emu Park - once daily

Inquiries, other meetings:

Hempenstall, Noyes & Associates * Public Accountants (C.P.A.) * Taxation Consultants

39 2212

Capricorn Home Deliveries

49 R 4985 85 R9

28 Rosslyn Street Statue Bay

Historical Complex

PUBLIC NOTICES LIVE-IN caretaker with own caravan. Situated 12 kms from Yeppoon. Electricity supplied. Suit retired gent/pensioner. Phone 39 7077, Mon-Fri, 7.30am-4pm. HAVING difficulty looking after your animals horses, goats, dogs, chooks or any birds? I will provide a good home on my property for any animals or birds. Phone 39 3935. YEPPOON Golf Club Associates will be holding their annual general meeting at the clubhouse on 24th October at 2pm. All members welcome. VIETNAM veterans raffle winner Mr Kozlowski, orange B20. ANNUAL general meeting, Yeppoon Primary School P &C, 7.30pm, Tuesday, October 17. The Unit.


FALCON XC ute with extras - 2nd fuel tank; twin roll/carry bars. Motor runs well. Some rust. Unreg. As is. $1500. 33 6621 a/h. VW Pop-top camper, 1977, 2lt. Fully equipped, ready to go. 3-way fridge, gas stove. sink. Good storage. Sleeps four. Good tyres. Radio/cassette. Phone Linda a/h 39 4106. 1979 TOYOTA Corolla station wagon. Bad body damage, still goes well. Rego 7 months. Best offer. Contact Gavin after 6pm, 39 7526. TOYOTA Crown, 1972, 78,000 miles only.. RWC. $2300. Phone 39 1131 nights. FAIRLANE ZJ, '79. V8 auto. Long rego. many extras. VGC. $10,950 ONO. Phone 39 7144.

WORK WANTED 17-YEAR-OLD male looking for apprenticeship as a chef. Has completed 12 months hospitality course at Rockhampton TAFE College. Lived in Yeppoon 12 years. Please phone 39 6476. ACTIVE, reliable service pensioner wants casual work, anytype. Own transport. Please ph 396311. WATER boresdrilled, Yeppoon area. Reasonable 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. TREE lopping, mowing, general yard cleaning. Phone 34 3732.

LOST AND FOUND POUND: Young female German Shepherd collected from Farnborough area. Contact dog officer, 018792036 or call at LSC depot between 3pm and 4pm during the week. LOST your dog. Contact dog officer, 018 792036 or call at LSC depot between 3pm and 4pm during the week.

FOR HIRE DINGHYS for hire, 18 Sunflower Street, Kinka Beach. Phone 39 6105. Daily or weekly rates. METAL detector for hire for lost rings and coins. Reasonable rates. Phone 39 1640. DINGHYS for hire, Coorooman Creek, $8 per day. Phone 34 4174.

GARAGE SALES SATURDAY, 7am-fpm. 19 Tucker Street, Yeppoon. Trampoline, man's bike, recond mower, pram, campervan, etc. SATURDAY/SUNDAY: 792 Kinka Beach. Amstrad computer with printer; self-propelled cylinder mower; few silver charms, 3 for $5; tables; chairs; skis; bar; lots more. TRASH and Treasure. Giant. Hundreds of items for sale. Cooee Bay squash courts. 9am, Saturday, October 21.

MARINE 35-25hp Evinrude outboard, 3 yrs old; 9.8hp Mercury outboard. Phone 39 4376 after 7pm. MERCURY outboards, Quintrex altiminium trihulls. Ken Jones Marine, Yeppoon. 39 4002. BOATIES! Charts, instruments, self-teaching videos (navigation, first-aid, marine, radio), books, magazines. Yeppoon Newsagency (nearest beach). 39 3377.


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For all your Concrete needs on the Coast

• All Painting • Re-Roofing • • De-Rusting • Gutter Sealing •



39 4959

Sand and Gravel Supplies ALL AT THE SAME LOCATION • Loader Hire • Truck Hire • Cnr Tanby Rd & Charles St




• Interior • • Exterior • • Free Quotes •


39 1813 or 39 4410 a/h

39 1764



FREE ESTIMATES given on all types of Masonry construction • SEPTIC TANKS •

Allan 'Happy' Warren 39 3113


Awnings will virtually meet any need - from a simple

cover over a doorway - to highlight or protect your YEPPOON windows - or completely surround your home. aluminium, colourbond or canvas GLASS AND Available...infixed or adjustable DOOR CENTRE 53 Tanby Road

39 1840


a/h: 39 7622 39 2102

'17 years on the Coast'


Mike Stokley



Interior • Exterior • Roofs

39 2205 or 39 1275



19 1/2 Years in Yeppoon


Vince Workmanship Hannan Guaranteed


Tom Porter's

CAPRICORN CONCRETORS rttYd Industrial • Residential • Commercial Suspended Floors • House Floors Patios • Driveways • Foundations


33 6836

PAINT! & Heat reducing coatings



39 7753hgu"„ MASTER

39 2298

PAINTER George Barrett & Co • All types of Painting •

Re-Paints Specialist • FREE quotes

39 1679

Denis Schofield

Answering Service


39 6408


Phone anytime

39 1282

PLUMBER DRAINER Maintenance • Renovations • New Work

Phil Munro

33 6714


Ph 39 3807 at 7-7.30am or 6-6.30pm For Services at a Fair Price!

(next to Cooee Bay Marine)

• Houses • Extensions • Renovations • New Work - All types •

39 2489


_. . Aluminium L Awntngs,& T.7 ..Holland Blinds

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Central Coast Insect Screens 0


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&v. 39 . . 4318 4

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ELECTRICIAN ® RICHTER • Installation • Maintenance ELECTRIC Pensioner COMPANY • Discounts

STEVE on 39 3646

& Drainage Service

Tables & Chairs • BBQs • Party Lights Bunting • Disposable Dinnerware Highchairs • Folding Cots

• Installation • Maintenance


CABINETMAKERS Modern Custombuilt kitchens Attractive aluminium awnings & blinds

39 4930: a/h 39 7969




51 Tanby Rd



Graeme's Plumbing

Lawnmowers • Garden Tools - Elect Tools

39 6353



39 6714

Cement Mixers • Wheelbarrows • Chainsaw Trestles & Planks • Generators • Spray Guns

A/H: 39 6734


...40 DOORS & I. Oa • WINDOWS C ea av Decorative • ma. ' . • Secure ANI)






39 3680

R A and T A Jones

Tell the Coast about your business Phone 39 4244

/ VVV%ne


Renovations • Concrete Work • New Homes


All hours

Reg. Builder

Dave Kershaw for...




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39 2419


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



Wayne 39 3193 or Noel (a/h) 39 7667 Owner/Driver


Backhoe for hire

4-in-1 Bucket • Post Hole Digger Tipper Hire • Trencher 39 4408 39 3193

4 bucket Sizes • Scrub & Grass Slasher Open 7 DAYS-A-WEEK all holidays I.C. & S. Stanley 39 1139

Capricorn Coast Mirror October 13 - October 19, 1989 - 13




ANTENNA installation, TV and Video repairs. Les McDonald, 39 3133, Mary Street, opposite Post Office. CASSETTE, Radio, Stereo, TV and Video repairs. Frank Richter, phone 39 2330. PLUMBING and drainage on the Coast - D and K J Harding, Lammermoor Beach. 33 6396. 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 supplyand installation. Frank Richter, phone 39 2330.

PLUMBING and drainage problems? Call Garry Bettiens, 39 7988. REFRIGERATION and air-conditioning mechanics available at H W Findlay's. 39 3266. ROOF and gutter repairs or renewal. Phone Garry Bettiens, 39 7988. SIGNWRITER has brush will work. Phone (G')Dav, 39 4648 a/h. DRESSMAKING done at reasonable rates. Phone 39 4604, ask for Wendy anytime after 6pm. INTERIOR painting by qualified retired painter. Cheap but good. Pensioner 20% rebate. All work guaranteed. You don't pay unless satisfied. Phone 39 4772 evenings. LANDSCAPING, paving, retainer walls, garden irrigation. For free quotes, ring 39 7530. MAINTENANCE, plumbing, drainage, building. painting, repairs. etc. Phone 39 3503.

ELECTRIC golf ball typewriter. four type styles. wide carriage, correcting tape. Fully serviced. $300. Phone 39 2337. FRIDGE and freezer; double bed. Cheap. Phone 39 2403. FERNS: new consignment. Just arrived. Open Saturday, Sunday. Budget Nursery. Coorooman Creek, Emu Park/Rockhampton Road. TOW-BAR: Hayman Reese complete with adj head and stabilisers. Suit Ford F100. As new. Also quantity household electric appliances and sundries. (079) 39 3370. GAS fridge. 2 door, good condition. $450 ONO. Phone 22 3737b/h or 28 8872 a/h. TURKEYS: first lay. 5 females, 3 males. Phone 39 3370 GREENHOUSES locally made with 70% shade cloth. Two sizes. Phone 39 4295. ROCKY Bike Wreckers. 307 Bolsover Street ... always buying bikes. 22 5499. LARGE collection pre-decimal coins and misprints, suit coin collector. Plus volume 1 and 2 of Australian Encyclopaedia on fish and fishing. Suit holiday islands or resort. Phone 39 3370. DAISIES. New stocks just arrived, doubles and singles, available at Colonial Gardens, Rockhampton Road. Yeppoon (opp golf course). Phone 39 4078. LAMBSKINS, cookbooks, mehtais. lambskin toys ... from Nursing Mothers. Debbie. 39 4468.

Butt's BugMobiles



TAN BY RD • Rust Repairs • Panel Beating •



39 4847 Call in for a Free Quote


Radiator Welding RR EcEoPRAEIRss&

PACKING boxes: standard size $2 each: book boxes $1 each. Phone 39 4962. SINGLE bed and mattress $40: 2 dressing tables $50 each: set of 4 drawers $35: Hoover floor polisher $30; kero heater $20: flywindow screens, $5 each. Moving and everything must go. Phone 39 2337 on Saturday and Sunday afternoon (after 1.30pm). SPECIAL: $1 off all azaleas while stocks last ... from Colonial Gardens, Rockhampton Road. Yeppoon (opp golf course). 39 4078. CAMPERVAN with annexe. Sleeps 4. GC. Phone 39 1095 or 39 1811. CONCRETE paving slabs. 6 different sizes. Now available locally at Capricorn Rockblock, 39 3893. AKAI stereo, as new. without speakers. 39 4149. GIRL'S black roller skates. size 6. Excellent condition. Phone 39 2373. STOVE elements, drip trays and chrome rings ... sales and service. Yeppoon Electrical Service. Phone 39 3835.

YELLOW DOOR Book Exchange

15 James St 39 4805

Trading in Secondhand Books

MTIRGic &° E EEc

Capricorn Radiators 53 Tanby Rd

39 4810


P and J Caterers

Weddings • Functions • Parties • Bulk Cooking AT PRICES YOU CAN AFFORD


39 4215 or 39 7587

Carpentry • Roof & Gutters Lawns

Home • Maintenance


39 6839

Removalists to the Capricorn Coast B <>A<> C


Local • Interstate • Overseas Packing • Insurance Departing Brisbane & Interstate weekly STORAGE IN YEPPOON Eric Sundgren

Goods Bought & Sold

39 3822

22 4049

Quality Antique and ModernFurniture

22 Hill St Emu 66b Farnborough Rd Park 396999 Yeppoon 39 1135 Furniture Secondhand/New Fridges, Freezers, Washing Machines. Good Gift Items, Tools, Elec. Saws, Drills & Sanders

Old Barn The


Lock-up Consignment Yard now open for Large Vehicles




rin U -,530

For FREE quote, phone ... 1.3

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

Phone 33 6245 or 28 1732

TREE LOPPING For FREE quote, phone ...

39 7530

WANTED TO BUY WATER tank, any size. Phone 39 3935. WANTED to buy old furniture, any condition. Top prices paid. 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.

BINGO MONDAY: 1.30pm, Yeppoon CWA Hall. Junior Sports Ass'n. $100 jackpot. Promoter: Lyn Stephens. Permit No. 3872. MONDAY: 7.30pm, Yeppoon Town Hall. Yeppoon Golf Club. Promoter: E Nankivell. Permit No. B23804. 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. 823686. SATURDAY: 7.30pm, Yeppoon Town Hall. E Jackpots totaling $1000. Best chance $100 in 60 calls. Olympic Pool Appeal. Promoter: Brian Dorey. Permit No. B23737.

Kevin Pearce


39 4937

Single Pensioners: $30 Double Pensioners: $40 Single people: $53 Family: $60

If you miss the collector, go to the James St, Yeppoon Centre or phone 39 1211

PLUMBING SUPPLIES PLUMBING supplies better than Rockhampton prices. A.I.S. McCracken Sales Pty Ltd, 24 Tanby Road, Yeppoon. 39 2277. 39 7115 a/h.

PUMP REPAIRS PUMP repairs on site or workshop byour qualified staff. A.I.S. McCracken Sales Pty Ltd. 39 2277 or 39 7115 a/h.

SHARE PERSON to share 3br house with 2 others. Phone after 5.30pm weekdays. Anytime weekends. Ph 39 4008.

WANTED KNOWN SALARYand Wage returns $40 at Ray Smith & Co -Tax Agent, 1 Normanby Street, Yeppoon. Phone 39 2224. No increase from last year. SIGNWRITER has brush will work. Phone (G')Day 39 4648 a/h.


COOBERRIE KENNELS and Cattery We Care for your pets WOODBURY ROAD 39 7553

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

Bay VacatioRei16.ANZAC PARADE, YEPPOON Overnight & Wiekl . j079) 39 1213 k ,




Beginning at 10.15am, South Tanby Road - behind the Gumnut Glen Holiday Cabins UNIQUE COASTAL PROPERTY

Followed by 3x 2 Bedroom strata titled units at 11.30am, Ferguson St, Emu Park QUALITY BRICK UNITS

To be offered firstly as a whole and if not sold to be offered as individual units. All 2 brs, fully furnished and fully tenanted, seaviews, short walk to beach acres (1.6ha) only 5 minutes from town centre PRIOR OFFERS CONSIDERED FOR INSPECTION Phone ELDERS REAL ESTATE, YEPPOON 39 1177 OPEN 7 DAYS a/h: BARRY VALE 39 4180

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14 - Capricorn Coast Mirror October 13 - October 19, 1989

Emu Park golf THE Tuesday associates played a stroke for the L Cairns trophies Patroness Day at Emu Park Golf Club. B grade winner was L Ambrey (64 nett) and runner up M Newman (65 nett). C grade winner A Robinson (67 nett), runner up R Schneider (70 nett). Secret holes went to C Lyon and D Manion; run down S Mills and K Killoran. Wednesday scratch standard winner D Logan + 12, runner up G Capell + 11. Run down H Large + 10, L Ufer, Dan Daly, M Rudd, G Bowser +9. Pin shots T Gardner and G Capell. The Saturday 4 ball aggregate winners were E Scott and G Capell with 118 nett. Runner up R Robinson and B Capell 126, G Bowser and G Gorman 135, D Logan and S Bowser 137. Eagles nest E Scott. Pin shots A Robinson and R Robinson; monthly medal S Bowser, 2s R Robinson. Members and associates played a stableford on Sunday for G and S Bowser trophies. Members winner W Mathers 38 points, countback K Schmidt also 38 runner up. Pinshots, R Robinson and G Rudd. Associate winner S Robinson, countback M Newman 39 points who was runner up. Pin shots C Lyon and A Robinson. Coca-Cola Shield social club winners: A Honeysett 72, G Creese 72, B Sweet, G Whitton 73 each for Walkabouts Social Club. Individual winners were J Guthrie Soccer Club, A Ashwin Frenchville and S Zipp and K Rosewarne. Nine-hole winners: J Suthers, men's long drive A Ashwin, ladies long drive M Rowland, pin shots M Rowland, R Donnollan, R Turner, M Rowland; encouragement J Assay, K Twigg; secret hole C Dingley. Coming events: Sunday (October 15) Nana Manion Rose Bowl, Canadian, arrange, trophies donated by associates. Tuesday (October 17) Carmel Donnollan Trophies.

Tennis fixtures THE last round of Yeppoon District Tennis Association fixtures will be played on Saturday, tomorrow, at Daniel Park, Cooee Bay, starting at 12.30pm. In division A, Hares play Kangaroos in what will be a preview of next week's fmal. Competition in division B has been much closer, with anyone of three teams in a position to take on Parrots in the final. One point separates Curlews and Cockatoos and Emus are close enough if they can secure a good win on Saturday. Division A. Koalas: G Clayton, G Klupfel, V Sorensen v Dingoes: J Gregg, J Coxon, F Armstrong. Kangaroos: M Cranny, R Powell, P Smith v Hares: G Sorensen, G Simpson, P _ Hansen. Division B. Cockatoos: K Stevenson, R Bendy, R Hasell, P Iafrativ Parrots: B Rumble, P Scharf, J Stevenson, J Verrinder-Shobbrook. Emus: T Halloran, J Hooper, R Driver, R Letchford v Curlews: L Gill, M Bullemore, L Stewart, C Gillespie. Players are asked to check with Rhonda on Saturday (tomorrow) about outstanding membership/registration fees before the fixtures are finalised. Teams are also required for the Festival of Tennis on October 28 and 29 (A grade) and November 4 and 5 (B grade).

FRIENDLY RIVALRY FOR SHIELD A SHIELD that was first contested in 1984 was the subject of friendly rivalry once again this week at Emu Park Bowls Club. It was in 1984 that Welfare Bowls Club (Mt Morgan) members John and Mavis Beatham sponsored a game of bowls between Welfare and Emu Park. The idea was to foster friendship between the clubs with an annual match for the John and Mavis Beatham Perpetual Shield. Six years later, the day is growing in popularity and members of both clubs are always eager to get together for this event. Mavis was unable to attend this year but sent her good wishes and congratulations to the winners. As usual, it was a day of good cheer and a high standard of bowling. Emu Park retained the shield with an overall score of 361 points to Welfare's 326. Top team of the day was Margaret Freeman, Dot Scoffin, Ken Moore and John Aitken with three wins and aggregate of 57. Mt Morgan's highest scorers were B Healy, M Stains, A Knight and H Sinclair with two wins and 55 points. . Trophy winners on Tuesday were Thelma Bond, Allan Evans and Eddie Mann. Saturday winners were Jean Davis and Dulcie Locke. The ladies organised a cent sale on Wednesday and 32 mixed bowlers made it a good day. Top scorers were Edna Maker, Alan Price and Mo Stewart. In the ladies championship pairs, Marg Price, Rhoda Maud def Pat Tickner, Beryl Wincen and later in the week, Marg and Rhoda took out the final when they defeated Ruth Forrest and Joyce Barber in a close game. Wednesday, October 18 is reserved for ladies only when Emu Park ladies and visitors play for the Fred and Eunice Cowdray Rose Bowl. The club would like a full green of 64 bowlers. Nominations are invited from club teams of four, or individual ladies. Plays starts at 1.30pm. Club mixed competitions have started and members are asked to check the boards for draws. Games may be organised by mutual agreement but must be played on or before the date listed. In the first game of mixed fours, Edith Gi-

bson, Peg Kluver, Glen Kluver and Wilf Gibson defeated Ailsa Stanley, Esme Johnson, Roy Johnson and Chick Stanley 29-22, in an interesting game. This Sunday, the QRI club will spend the day at Emu Park. It will be a two-game match for the Harold "Doodles" Jahnke Memorial Shield. Play starts at 9.30am with a BYO lunch; 32 mixed nominations are required. Mixed social bowling starts at 1pm on Tuesday and Saturday. Sixty-four nominations are needed for Keith Wright's Trophy Day on Sunday, October 22. Play starts at 1pm. Social. evenings are held every Friday from 6pm. The club will hold a Melbourne Cup special on Tuesday, November 7. There will be bowls, lunch, fashion parade and TV viewing for $6. Bowlers and non-bowlers are welcome. Phone 39 6503 and ask for Margaret.

B grade squash SANDI Brown out-lasted Patti Price to win the B grade match of the week at the Capricorn Coast Squash Centre in five games with a narrow margin of two points. Both players came out firing in the first game, with Patti taking early points to win 9-5. Sandi hit back to win the next two games 9-6, 9-5. Not to be out-done Patti battled on to win the fourth game, 9-2, before Sandi reasserted himself in the fifth game to take victory, 9-2. Professionals def Odds and Ends 3-1: Peter Dixon v Paul Murphy 3-2; Ian Anderson v Clinton Marxsen 0-3; Kevin Allery v Rob Wiggington 0-3; Andrew Stevenson v Terry Bishton 1-3. Navigators def Someone 3-1: Mark Drayton v Stewart Clark 3-0; res Noel Marxsen v Mark Ryan 3-0; Mick Teysv Damian Molloy 2-3; Fay Robinson v Scott Wakely 3-1. Bits and Pieces def Secret Weapons 3-1: Mick George v David Watson 3-1; Shane Nipperess v Kevin On 3-1; Jim George v Brad McCosker 3-1; Nathan Wiggington v Tracey Kime 2-3. Saints and Sinners def Odds and Ends II 3-1: Nick Saunders v Cameron Bennett 3-2; res Patti Price v Sandy Brown 2-3; Gavin Kime v Scott Mitchell 3-1; Trevor Stanford v Alyson Macdonald 3-0.


First nine: E Nagle 23, P Marwedel 28.5, B Bressington, A Francis, M Eggleshaw and R Gray 30 each, H Hilpert 30.5. Second nine: R Hansen 27.5, T Simpson 28, T Longton 29, G Muller 29.5, C Green 30, W Towns and K Griffiths 31 each. Best for Calliope: first nine, F King 30.5; second, R McGinnis 32. Pinshots: S Thorne, W Towns, G Stockbridge, B Tennent, T Simpson. Proshot: T Bulger. Veterans played a stableford for members and ladies on Friday over 12 holes. Ladies winner was Nancy Montgomery with 25 points from Beryl Taylor with 23 points, Yvette Fritschi, Noreen Garner. Chriswon the pinshot. Members' winner was Charlie Williams with 30 points, followed by Tony Longton 29, Frank Ryan 28, Trevor Gray 26, Brian Bressington 26, A Simpson 26. Pinshot to A Simpson. On Saturday the ladies played a stroke for club trophy. Winner was Beryl Bartley with 68 nett from Mary Sherlock on 71 and Ethel Jarman on 72. Pinshots: E Huszak (2) and E Proshot: J Gambling. iumimsommummulommuumommummolaussmillommoulk Jarman. Members played for the monthly medal in A, The only place to be on B and C grades. A grade: E Nankivell 67 nett; B, R Young, 61; C, M George 64. Best overall nett: R Young 61. Rundown: S Montgomery (McLeod) 62, J Cameron 64, V Hannan, M Jeffery, J Jamieson, I K Griffiths and A Cruickshank 65 each, N Tuesday, November 7 is Royal 66, W Farrar 66, J Andresen 67, V Olive I 67, M Kennedy, T Shields, T Rougebrink, I I Murray and A Dougherty 68 each. I Pinshots: F Mercer, G Rosin, A Dougherty, S I Montgomery, S Williams. Proshot: L Evans. I You'll have all the fun of Flemington without the long plane trip Why? The ladies played a stableford on Sunday for I (flying is fairly down-to-earth these days anyway) club trophy. Winner was Joan Burrowes with 36 points with Nicole Hunt on 34 from Pam I Drillis 34. Pinshots: B Taylor, N Hunt, E Huszak. Proshot: J Burrowes. I I Members also played a stableford for the Jim I Cameron trophy. Winner was A Simpson with 47 points from V Hannan with 40, G Haskins 40, R Hunt 39, J Burton 39. Pinshots: R Hunt I I See the direct telecast of the 'Cup' and its history since Archer won the first one and S Schuster who also won the proshot. For the ladies ... I Fashions in the Field. Here's your chance to win 2 nights accommodation for 2, valued at $120, courtesy of the beautiful Rosslyn Bay Inn ZILZIE Golf and Country Club stroke game For the gents ... winner on October 5 was B Sleeman with 62 a bottle of champagne for those of you game enough to wear top hat and tails nett. Blue team (58 points) defeated Red team I I For everyone ... (54) in match play. I I The Saturday Monthly Medal for associates Lucky race book and losing betting ticket prizes. winner was F Humphries with 67 nett. Stroke I FREE RETURN BUS FROM ALL LOCAL HOTELS game winner wasJ Webb on a count-back from I Cec Saunders with 63 nett. Children's playground plus a top day's racing at your own racecourse. A stroke game for Peter Carter trophies was Please book your luncheon numbers with our caterers and sponplayed on October 8 and winner was member I Cec Saunders with 60 nett on count-back from sore for the day Ross and Ann Dickson, 39 2233 I V Svendsen. Runner up C Svendsen also won CAN WE BET ON SEEING YOU THERE? the long drive. Pin shots T Pincott and T YEPPOON Golf Club Tuesday ladies played a stroke under and over 50 for the Joan Burrowes trophy. Winner over 50 was I Vale with 65 nett. Winner under 50 was S Hennessy with 66 nett. Rundown: N Channells 66; J Gambling, G Scharf 68 each; B Osborne, R Norton 69 each. Pinshots: bronze A, R Norton; B, J Ward; silver, J Jessen. Proshot: L McCamley. The Wednesday Club was well attended with a large contingent of players from Calliope hitting off with the locals. Ladies stableford winner was J Gambling with 36 points from E Woodbridge with 35. First nine: J Gambling 32, B Bartley 32.5. Second nine: J Gambling 30, J Chandler 31. Pinshots: S Haskins and N Montgomery. Proshot: E Woodbridge. Members' winners: Calliope, G Dennen 42, G Stockbridge 41, A Thiedeke 40; Yeppoon, E Nagle 48, T Simpson 44, C Green, K Griffiths, P Marwedel, W Towns, I Murray and J Andersen 41 each, H Hilpert, R Kerr and M Eggleshaw 40 each.






A grade squash CAPRICORN Coast A grade squash team Odds and Ends defeated Saints and Sinners four rubbers to nil this week with all matches decided 3-1. Dennis Etheridge had the closest result with a 10-9 win, the fourth against Chris Callard. Bits and Pieces were unable to make up much leeway on Saints and Sinners because they were only able to take one rubber from Professionals. That rubber came from Val Odell's win against Cane Murphy 10-8 in the fifth. Clay Nothling appears to have lost none of his match fitness when he wore down Neale Royal in five. Glen Ward was in good touch to account for Jeff Lamb in four. Navigators def Secret Weapons 3-1: Shane Miners def Mark Sargood 3-0; David Schulz def res Steve Kennett 3-1; Glen Ward def Jeff Lamb 3-1. Professionals def Bits and Pieces 2-1: Steve Walsh def Wayne Stewart 3-0; Cane Murphy v Val Odell 2-3; Clay Nothling def Neale Royal 3-2. Odds and Ends d Saints and Sinners 4-0: Gary Hodgson d Chris Priem 3-1; Denis Etheridge d Chris Callard 3-1; Greg Pitt d Robert Stewart 3-1; John Briggs d Joe Foat 3-1.

YIBC's double YEPPOON Indoor Bowling Club was at home on Friday night to two South Rockhampton clubs, QRI and Depot Hill, and the Yeppoonites scored a double win. In the match against Depot Hill YIBC win by 75 points, scoring 131 points to the Hill's 56. But the game against QRI was a very even match, YIBC winning by the narrow margin of seven points, YIBC 122, QRI 115. Members are asked to keep in mind Tuesday, October 17, when a special meeting will be held at 7.30pm to discuss arrangements for the club's 21st anniversary celebration in June, 1990. YIBC member Tom Poole will supply trophies on Wednesday morning, October 18, and he is hopeful of a good turn-out of members and visitors. A five-game day will be the order when Rockhampton club St Joseph's visits YIBC on Sunday, October 22. Please take own lunch and YIBC members are asked to take a plate for afternoon tea.

Basketball draw CAPRICORN Coast Basketball draw for play at the Yeppoon High school stadium. Sunday: 4pm Phantoms v Thundercats, Sue Stevenson and K Smith; 5pm Devils v C C Lakers, S Stevenson and R Caulfield; 6pm Bombers v Jets, J Moody and K Dooley; 7pm Zeros v Hornets, Alison Thomas and Richard Caulfield; 8pm Richmond v Flames, Alison Thomas and J Moody. Wolfpac and M & Ms have byes. Monday: 6pm Don's Party v Coasters, D Mose and C Thomson; 7pm Saints v Scoobs, R Vanderwolf and D Mose; 8pm Hootans v LDS Jazz (A), R Vanderwolf and A Thomas; 9pm Gadabouts v Nomads, K Dooley and P Cranny. Wednesday: 7pm Seagullsv PGH, S Stevenson. Thursday: 6pm Generals v Reefseekers, D and A Moore; 7pm Tanby Roses v LDS Jazz (B), K Smith and Alison Thomas; 8pm Dunkin Co v NKOTBC, S and D Willoughby; 9pm Pink Galahs v Shadows, A and L Thomas. Breakaways has a bye.

Gladstone outing SINGING Ship Indoor Bowls Club enjoyed a trip to Gladstone on Sunday for a day of social bowls with a cent sale held in the lunch break. The team with highest points was Billie Stevenson, Mavis scott, Carl Nothling and Darryl Austin. Runners up: Trevor Gardner, Vida Erbacher, Leah Andewartha, Erla Hundley and Margaret Lamb. The raffle was won by Billie Stevenson of Emu Park. Melbourne Cup Day is again at the home of Billie and Jack Stevenson. Members wishing to attend, should write their name in the nomination book. Bowls are played every Tuesday and Saturday at 1.30pm in Emu Park Cultural Hall and visitors are welcome. â&#x20AC;˘

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Barker. Most travelled went to M Thompson. Associates winner was B Sleeman with 61 nett (also long drive winner). Runner up was D Webb with 65 nett. Pin shots D Frisby and P Barker. Most travelled went to B Bull who also won the secret hole. Reductions in handicap for P Barker, D Webb and B Sleeman. A stroke will be played tomorrow. On Sunday, there will be a mixed 4BBB stroke for Mr and Mrs Sam Wood Trophies. Also, at 10am on Sunday, there will be a general meeting to discuss the incorporation of the club and the constitution.

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THE Yeppoon Swans have launched a fundraising drive to to raise enough money to build a clubhouse on its new ground in Yeppoon. In all, the club needs to raise $27,000 ... and it has to have the cash in the bank by the end of February next year. The fun-raising drive, plus a State Government subsidy of $37,000 together with volunteer labour commitments, will build a low-set headquarters for Yeppoon Australian Football Club. With the money now in hand following a appeal for funds at the recent trophy presentation night, club officials calculate they have to raise $1200 a week in each of the next 18 weeks to ensure it starts the 1990 season with the clubhouse and changerooms for its new grounds. The fund-raising drive will run hand-in-handwith working bees at the grounds (opposite the Yeppoon Girl Guides Headquarters) to have the playing field ready for the 1990 season. Livingstone Shire Council has taken the ground from a low-level swamp on the edge of town to a raised surface over the past two years and work has been estimated to cost $181,000. The playing field was recently top dressed to smooth out dozer tracks and 2000m2 of turf will soon be distributed over the field. It is expected the normal wet season will turn the squares of turf into a proper playing field in time for the start of training in late February next year. Swans officials have launched their fund-raising drive to ensure the playing surface is matched with changerooms, toilets and supporters' area. The first stage of fund-raising will be a "Buya-block" campaign when members and supporters will be urged to buy $10, $25 and $50 blocks. Everyone buying one of these blocks will have their name permanently recorded on a block used in construction. Larger amounts donated will be acknowledged with bigger plaques. Buy-a-block was launched at the presentation of trophies and more than $2000 was raised in just two hours. Some supporters gave $500 and $700. After that initial buying spree, club officials worked out they now need an average of $1200 a week for the next 18 weeks to buy all the materials needed to build the clubhouse. They are expecting solid support from club members and supporters because the amount to be raised is small in comparison with the value of the finished building. Because all construction labour will be provided free and the State Government has backed the project with $37,000, the Swans will wind up with premises worth more than $80,000 for just $27,000 outlay. Volunteer builders have nominated early February as the start of construction and they have said they need three weeks for the job ... but the materials must be on site for a speedy completion. Fund-raising headquarters will be the Pacific Hotel, home to the Swans over it past successful seasons, and it hoped to erect a funds thermometer on the premises so that supports can see their donations make the themometer rise to the top. Preparations are now in hand for a door-knock appeal along the Capricorn Coast to make it

WANDERERS defeated St Brendan's by 84 to 58 runs in the Years 8/9 junior cricket on the weekend. Frank Lambley (17 retired) and Craig Spencer (30 retired) were the best batsmen for Wanders while Matthew Duckwitz was the best bowler with two for two. St Brendan's C Mulnang scored 22 and L Bancroft took one for nine. In the same grade, All Stars defeated St Brendan's by 94 run to 87. All Stars' A Wilkinson retired at 30 and K Setu took three wickets for 11 runs. St Brendan's J Cranny scored 28 and M Baker took two for 12. In years 6/7, Cavaliers defeated Colts by 122 runs to 17 in the match played at Farnborough. Cavaliers' Scott Shearim retired with 28 runs and Peter Dean took two for one. Colts' James Wilkinson scored seven runs and Chris Smith took two for 26. In the same grade, Emu Park defeated Sacred Heart Koalas by 97 runs to 39 at Emu Park. In year 4/5 game between Colts and Cavaliers at Barmaryee, Colts won by 50 to 47 runs with Daniel Limpus retiring with seven and David Bentley taking four for none including the hattrick (three wickets in three balls, a real feather in a bowler's cap!). Ryan Duckwitz scored 10 for Cavaliers and Steven Gray took two for three. In the same grade, at Emu Park, the home side defeated Sacred Heart Koalas by 110 to 68.

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• ABOVE: Shadow Tourism, Sports and Racing Minister Bob Gibbs (right) and ALP Broadsound candidate Jim Pearce are pictured with Yeppoon Aussie Rules members Carol Dean and Yvonne Motton at a meeting on Tuesday night. The meeting was called by Mr Pearce so local organisations could talk to Mr Gibbs about fiaure sporting needs. Mrs Motton and Mrs Dean discussed the Yeppoon Aussie Rules club's plans to build a clubhouse on the club's new ground. Mr Gibbs told them that under Labor's proposals the Swans would qualify for either a straight grant or a low interest loan or a combination of both. possible for everyone to show their support for the Swans. No firm date has been fixed but it is likely the door-knock will be held late in November or early December after school examinations are out of the way. "The Swans have twice as many junior players as seniors and these juniors will be critical in the door-knock campaign," club spokesman Peter Motton said. In all, the club has between 60 to 70 senior YEPPOON Australian Football Club will players and at least 100 juniors. receive a State subsidy of $49,000, being 20 per Club officials believe hav ing a permanent home cent of the cost of the new football oval and ground, together with a clubhouse, will lift this clubhouse through arrangements made on the number to record levels in 1990. club's behalf by Member for Broadsound "But everything depends on the success of Denis Hinton. fund-raising efforts," Mr Motton said. "The subsidy will virtually provide the clubOrganisers expect a lull in donations toward house, given the amount of voluntary assisthe middle of the appeal period because of the tance provided by club members," Mr Hinton Christmas holidays but will redouble efforts in said. January to ensure their target is reached by the "The rules club isn't the only Broadsound end of February. organisation to benefit this year. The govern"We expect to have the building completed by ment has provided $27,946 for capital facilities, the end of February and the final fund-raising $6208 towards cost of coaching juniors (25 per effort will be the opening day when we hope to cent of actual cost) and 51500 for regional have a major team such as the Brisbane Bears or sports talent assistance. the Sydney Swans on hand to provide a spectacle "Yeppoon Golf Club received S15,265 of that for the crowd," he said. amount." "We will also be inviting teams from Coast Mr Hinton said any sporting club requiring league, union and soccer clubs to display their assistance with capital facilities or junior codes on the day and demonstrate the common coaching should contact his electorate office. link that binds sports people from all codes."

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CAPRICORN Coast Little Athletics Centre held its annual end-of-season barbecue and trophy presentation at Anderson Park on Saturday evening. The following received gold medallions. Under 7: Sarah Benson; Clancy Alexander; Gavin Fee; Melanie Webb; Thomas Burger; Terry Boon. Under 8: Christina Colthurst; Ryan scott; Andrew Fee; Adam Blyth; Mark Edwards. Under 9: Ben Webb; Eli Burger. Individual trophies. Under 10: Gregory Scott, jumps; Cassandra Boon, sprints; Gina Freeman, distance. Under 11: Justin Edwards, throws; Naomi Fee, distance; Julianne Graff, long jump. Under 12: Emma Hodkinson, sprints and jumps; Geoffrey Boon, hurdles and distance. Under 13: Gillian Freeman, distance; Paul Scott, throws and jumps. Under 14: Richard Benson, jumps. Very high achievement. Under 13, Paul Scott; u/12, Emma Hodkinson; u/10, Cassandra Boon.

Sportsman award: Richard Benson, u/14. Best all rounder: Geoffrey Boon, u/12. Most outstanding performer: Gregory Scott, u/10. Attendance award: Clancy Alexander, u/7. Fundraising: Graff family. Appreciation award: Dowie's View Tours. The centre thanks the Benson, Boon, Blyth, Freeman, Merchell and Coombs families and Yeppoon News for their trophy donations.

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• ABOVE: State welter-weight champion Tony Ravell passed on his knowledge to Shane Goodger.

Cricketers' interesting tussle at Showground against Brothers THE second grade cricket match between CapCoast and Brothers to be completed at Yeppoon Showground tomorrow looks an interesting tussle with Coast all out for 94 and Brothers 2 for 40 after the first day. With only four Coast batsmen recording double figures, it would appear as if Brothers had Coast in trouble but a shaky start by the visitors tomorrow could see Coast come out on top. Opener S Pidcock, with 18, almost top-scored for Coast but that honour went to K Semmler


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with 23. The only other double figures went to Setu (13) and Huxtable (10). Still, with Brothers' opener Daniels already back in the pavilion with 10 and first drop Taylor (0) with him, the Coast has a chance. Kitchener (1/15) and Anderson (1/10) have the wickets for Coast. The Coast's first turf wicket makes cricket a sport worthy of watching and the Coast side deserves support, especiallywhen it's playing at home. The Coast's third grade side looks to be in trouble in its match against Etna Creek at Etna Creek. With a first innings score of 187 on the board, the side would have seemed to be fairly well on its way to a win but Etna Creek responded with 2 for 131. Coast middle order batsman P Marsh top scored with 46 not out and R Christie was next best with 39. R Scoffin was run out when 24. The Etna Creek side responded with 40 and 38 from openers Williams and McHugh and the first and second drops have 15 and 31 not out. Coast's only wicket taker so far is opener D May with 2/32. The game continues tomorrow.


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FOURTEEN-year-old Tony Ravell of Emu Park won the State Amateur Boxing Junior Light Welterweight title in Brisbane last week. His title fight, against a 17-year-old, was a crowd-pleaser and Tony came off the floor to win the bout. Tony's father, Ken, was approached after the fight by a trainer who looks after some professional boxers. "He told me it was the gutsiest effort he had ever seen," Mr Ravell said. Tony's win meant selection in the Queensland amateur boxing team to contest the Australian titles next month. His State Title win was rewarded with a medal. Mr Ravell is now working out how to put together more than 51000 to take Tony to the Australian titles. To attend the State Titles, he was loaned a Ford Laser by Ken Ufer of Chippindale Motors. The Australian titles, in Melbourne, provide two problems ... Tony has to attend a State Boxing Camp at Maroochydore then leaves from the camp for Melbourne. If the airlines are still in dispute, the Queensland boxers will cut short their training by two days and travel by coach, otherwise they will fly there. He will contest the Junior Light Welterweight division against other State Champions. It's a sudden death affair where boxers only progress by winning. They are out of the championships as soon as they have their first loss. Mr Ravell, obviously pleased with his son's State Title, said amateur boxers were matched by weight, rather than age. Tony, weighing almost 63kg, fought in the Light Welterweight division with a weight limit of 63.5kg. If his weight stays the same, he will be able to defend his State title next year but Mr Ravell said he did not believe in holding back a boxer's weight just to stay within a division. He would prefer Tony to develop naturally and fight in whatever division matched his weight. So far, Tony has had 32 fights and won 24. "He hasbeen unfortunate with his losses because he has met State or Australian champions," Mr Ravell said. "He started learning to box at age 6 but amateurs can't step into a ringuntil they are 10. He's been a smart little fighter since he started and quite often he's had to go to a higher class to get a bout." The Year 10 Yeppoon High student has not confined his sporting interests to boxing ... he's going to Brisbane next week as part of the school's athletic squad meeting other schools in the QEII stadium. But to take part in the athletics carnival, he had to knock back selection in the Rockhampton cricket team to play Emerald at the same time. But his main attention is focused on the Australian boxing titles ... and his father's attention is focused on raising the $1000 he needs to get him to Melbourne.

80 swimmers start season CAPRICORN Coast Swimming Club has started its 1989/90 season with about 80 children. The club meets on Wednesday at the Cooee Bay Olympic Pool from 6.30pm. Swims from 10m to 100m in freestyle, backstroke, breast-stroke and butterfly are in the children's own times ... they swim against themselves. Any children who can swim at least 10 metres are welcome any Wednesday night. Some club members will compete at a Moranbah meet this weekend. At the end of October there is a carnival at Black-water and most - a bus full - will compete. If anyone is interested in joining the club or competing, go along any Wednesday or phone Anne Novak 39 3269 after hours or Kay Cumming 39 3994 anytime.

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LIVINGSTONE Shire Council has been known to meet "in camera" ... but never quite so literally as Tuesday when the power was off at the council chambers for the morning. Councillors met under rather romantic conditions with three portable fluorescent lights providing, at best, shadowy lighting. During proceedings, Bill Power, the RSL's Central Queensland North-East Zone vice President arrived to present a framed certificate of appreciation to council for its help with the RSL's recent regional conference. It was the first time a regional confereike had been hosted by five small RSL clubs, from four Local Authority areas. Each of the Local Authorities helped with the conference. Opening his presentation remarks, Bill Power said: "I heard you were without power ... and here I am!" • • • MAN goes out to play golf early one morning, hits his ball into the rough and starts searching. Treking through the undergrowth he meets a shapely female with a great Mashie and even better Niblicks. It was love at first sight. They found their balls, hit out of the rough and played the rest of the round together. When they finished the game about 1 lam the woman packed away her clubs and said she had to rush off. Morning after morning the couple met at the golf course, played a round, then parted, with the woman rushing off to some appointment. After almost a year of playing a round together, the man popped the question ... he asked the woman to be his wife (actually she was asked to be his caddy for life but she was liberated so bought him a golf cart for a wedding present). Anyway, the wedding day arrives and golfers come from everywhere to celebrate the ceremony held on the 4th hole (where they met) and the reception later at the clubhouse. The celebrations ended with the couple leaving for their first night together in a motel. He carries her into the room, sets her down gently on the bed and starts to remove his Plus Fours ... then stops. "Darling," he said. "Before we go any further, I have a confession to make. Every day when we played a round, and you left the course, I kept playing ... I played at least another 18 holes every day and often 27 more. Darling, I'm • a compulsive golfer." The woman, with a look of relief on her face, said it was her turn for a confession; "My sweet, you never asked why I had to rush off each day ... the truth is, well, it's, oh I hope you'll still love me; darling, I'm a hooker!" The husband's face broke into a wide smile and he replied: "That's no worry darling, tomorrow morning I'll show you how to place your feet and move your right hand over the top of the club"!!! • • • COAST bloke decided to take his wife to a show at the Pilbeam Theatre and wanted to make a night of it. He decided the best way to make it a night to remember would be to book into a motel in Rockhampton ... but he wanted one with waterbeds (can't imagine why, must have had water on the knee). Anyway, he decided he was too long in the tooth to ring each motel and ask- whether they had waterbeds so he asked a younger (well, a little bit younger) female friend to let her fingers do the walking. She was smarter than he was, she phoned the CTDO and asked them for a list from the information available. Armed with a full list, she rang the bloke and asked him which one he wanted to book. Have not heard how the night turned out but hope the CCTO has the same information available ... this bloke could strike again but next time, he'll want to stay closer to home!!!

Emu Park Rugby League Club

1989 Inaugural Presentation of Trophies and Dinner Dance Emu Park Cultural Hall October 14, 7.30pm S20 single

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Rosslyn Bay Harbour Day