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POLICE, Employment, Training and Industrial Affairs Minister Vince Lester will officially open the Capricorn Coast TAFE Centre c..„ tomorrow (Saturday). The official opening tomorrow, at 9.15am, is a demonstration of the speed that has taken this project from a Cabinet decision made in Yeppoon in March this year to a up-andrunning complex in just seven months. Following the March Country Cabinet Meeting, negotiations started with the Anglican Church to lease the conference centre in Lammermoor Beach. That conference centre is now Housden Place, the home of the Capricorn Coast TAFE Centre. "I felt the Capricorn Coast needed an education centre and a TAFE was the logical solution," Member for Broadsound Denis Hinton' said this week. "I really didn't think I would get a TAFE for the Coast ... at least not at the first attempt, but Mr Lester listened and Cabinet agreed." The centre is located on the campuses. The Rosslyn Bay campus incorporates Beaches Bistro and Shoreline Restaurant and a computer training centre. Housden Place complex is the centre's central administration and general purpose classroom facility. The complex has three main classroom areas ... art, commerce and business, adult literacy, marine studies and asian studies. It also houses library and student services and staff facilities. The administration office handles course enrolments, has a college council lounge and centre manager's office. Community council chairman Bruce McGregor said a TAFE on the Coast would assist young people and businesses. "One comment, when Cabinet approved the TAFE centre, was -that the Coast was really complete. It now has its own adult education centre," he said. "The TAFE is for the community and the

• ABOVE: The Capricorn Coast TAFE Centre opens officially tomorrow (Saturday). Pictured are art instructorMarie Biggins and administrative assistant Pat Abnond... snaking sure the sign is ready for the expected invasion by Coast residents to the open day from 10ant to 4pm on Saturday (tomorrow). "There is a full computer room at the Rosscommunity can decide what courses it needs. lyn Bay complex as well as a full training Those courses can be for young people leaving restaurant and a bistro. school and needing further training or for "The training restaurant and bistro is a first adults who want to go back into the workforce. and we will attract students from all over "People can now use their leisure time learnQueensland. Students learn in a real working ing things they didn't have a chance to before .... situation what the hospitality industry needs. and they don't have to travel. They work shifts, order, do rosters, serve and "Eventually the Capricorn Coast TAFE cook." Centrewill be able to offer additional courses," To celebrate the TAFE opening, the comhe said. munity council approached art instructor "We have a good complex at Housden Place Marie Biggins and asked her to work with her but space and availability of teachers is a probCoast students to make a triptych representing lem. We will have to watch what courses are the Capricorn Coast. offered and, unfortunately, only the popular • CONTINUED ON PAGE 13 ones will be offered at the moment.

THE Capricorn Coast TAFE Centre is open to all Capricorn Coast residents tomorrow (Saturday) from 10am to 4pm. Free buseswill leave from the La Bamba car park at 10am, noon and 2pm. Students will be working and residents will have a chance to look over the buildings. The free buses are to encourage people to leave their cars in Yeppoon and travel in comfort. "There is not a lot of available parking at the centre and we encourage people to take the buses to look over the complex," TAFE community council chairman Bruce McGregor said. "Everyone iswelcome. It is a good chance to have a look at the centre."

Festivities all weekend to farewell Victory The company will be issuing a new timetable soon which will list five trips daily to Great Keppel. The first will leave at 9am, followed by services at 9.15am, 9.30am, 1 I am and 3.30pm. Mrs Jackson said the timetable would mean there was a trip available to suit every visitor. The 3.30pm trip to Great Keppel was used by visitors staying on the island whose travel arrangements from other areas did not allow them to catch the earlier island connections. Vistors catching the Reefseeker were in for a treat because this vessel, with its plush U-shaped

padded seating, makes for a trip to remember. Mrs Jackson said the rearrangement of schedules would mean different cruises on differt days. The Reefseeker would take visitors on snorkelling outings and coral viewing through a glassbottom on three days a week while the Seafari would take everyone boom-netting on the other fours days of the week. Boom-netting, as well as being probably the most refreshing sport in the water, is also a photographer's delight as boom-netters hold on frantically with one hand while tugging at various articles of clothing with the other.

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VICTORYIII, the giant catamaran that brought Great Keppel Island closer for tens of thousands of visitors is heading overseas. While the sale is a sad decision for the Diehm family, it means people headed for a day on Great Keppel will now be able to travel on the luxurious Reefseeker. Great Keppel Island Services director Helen Jackson said selling the Victory was a hard decision for the family to make but the important thing was that the company would still be maintaining its regular services to the island and to the Great Barrier Reef.

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First stage of restoration will end next month STAGE one of the Kinka Beach restoration programme will be completed by the end of November and Member for Broadsound Denis Hinton said this week it was a success story. "The programme, devised by the CIAE and funded by the Beach Protection Authority and Livingstone Shire Council, is a success story," he said. "Cabinet agreed in March to provide $260,000 to fund the restructuring and vegetating of the sand bund wall by pumping sand from a lagoon to be created within the bund wall. "In a package deal with The Causeway construction it was agreed council provide $250,000 as its share of the $1.8 million causeway and bridge widening project." Mr Hinton said council's contribution was for the bridge walkway and causeway. "The State Government has no obligation for the beach protection but agreed to fund the beach replenishment project. "It has since been negotiated that council will spread its $250,000 over two financial years towards the beach protection with the Main Roads Department carrying the cost of The Causeway walkway," he said. "Main Roads starts the bridge widening early next year and council will not have to contribute anything extra." Mr Hinton said stage two is expected to start in January, 1990. "This involves dredging the lagoon with the sand being used to further buildup the wall and to create a frontal sand dune along the beach covering rock walls currently protecting the road. "Vegetation behind the sand dune should restore a natural situation and prevent erosion."

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• ABOVE: Kinka Beach restoration work was inspected on Wednesday by Beach Protection Authority officer Paul O'Keeffe, Member for Broadsound Denis Hinton, Livingstone Shire chairman CrJohn Bowen, Shire engineer Pat Murphy and shire design engineer Mike Paine.

Steady improvement at Kinka THE demonstration to re-stabilise Kinka Beach is showing steady improvement. There has been significant accretion (buildup) since the joint Livingstone Shire/Beach Protection Authority sand-dune demonstration started in September. Council's design engineer Michael Paine said about $17,000 had been spent of the $36,000 budget. "We have continued the sand dune made by the Main Roads Department last year," Mr Paine said. "It now extends about two metres above the height of the original sand bar to the new channel." Council constructed a dune-forming fence on the seaward side; placed brush matting as a sand trap and planted spinifex, pig face and other dune grasses. "There has been a significant accretion during the two months in front and behind the fence. The demonstration has been going so well we are extending it south along Kinka Beach," he said.

"The new fencing should be completed by the end of November. "There has been quite a good build up of sand in front of the rock wall further down the beach from the demonstration. In some places the build up is about 26 cms. "We still need more rain to help with the establishment of the dune grasses. "If a cyclone hits before the grasses are well established we could lose everything we have built up." Spinifex, pig face and other dune grasses catch floating sand. The dune slowly builds and the grasses send out more runners to catch more sand and slowly a new dune is established and stabilised. Mr Paine said council was monitoring the sand migration and beach growth and was pleased with the public's assistance. "We can only do so much, the rest is up to nature. That is why it is important for people not to walk or play on or near the demonstration areas."

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Pearce calls on Hinton to show same concern on police matters — as he displays on environment ALP candidate for Broadsound Jim Pearce this week called on Member for Broadsound Denis Hinton to treat police matters with the same degree of seriousness as environmental matters. He said Mr Hinton's grand-standing on having two trainees allocated to Yeppoon Police Station immediately before the announcement of the State election showed as much sincerity as his statements that he is a greenie. Mr Pearce said Mr Hinton was offering himself under the slogan 'Denis gets things done' and "if the best he can come up with is two police trainees in a marginal seat two months before an election it's little wonder the electorate is embracing the Labor Party's policies on police staffing. "Opposition leader Wayne Goss has categorically stated Yeppoon will have a 24 hour a day police service once he becomes Premier," Mr Pearce said. "He made this statement not eight weeks before an election but many months before, when he arranged for ALP police spokesman Terry Mackenroth not to issue a press release but to personally visit Yeppoon Police Station earlier this year. "That visit and Mr Goss' numerous visits to this area were not election gimmicks. They were a sincere attempt to see how the National Party was performing because the party is notorious for pork-barrelling in marginal seats. "They were amazed that such a serious issue . public safety was literally going to be whitewashed with a coat of paint, rather than giving something solid to the Yeppoon community," he said. "The National Party has lost touch with the community to think that type of pork-barrelling is going to win them a marginal seat like Broadsound. "It is time Mr Hinton started dealing in facts and stopped misleading the electorate with claims about what he has achieved," Mr Pearce said. "Denis Hinton has done some good work in this area but it is what he is being paid to do. Did he expect to go fishing seven daysa week when he took on the job? "He claims to have obtained two trainees for Yeppoon Police Station and is trying to convince people this is a great achievement. "Certainly, two more men are beneficial, but the facts are that there were trainees at Yeppoon long before Denis Hinton," he said. "They were taken away because the National

Party stopped recruiting police with the excuse that no more would be taken in until after the Fitzgerald Inquiry. "The National Party has allowed the police force to dwindle away, not out of any concern for the people, but to save money. "They tell us they will be taking in 200 extra police t his year, but fail to mention the 400- 500 who resign or retire each year. "That is over 800 down in the past two years and we will gain 200 this year. Is that on top of the 400 - 500 who may leave this year? Denis Hinton should take off his shoes and double his numeracy." Mr Pearce said Longreach, with a population of 2900, had 30 police. "We have 10 on the Capricorn Coast for a population of 14,000. Longreach, with an almost non-existent crime rate, has 24 hour a day patrols. Our growing area doesn't have sufficient men to work until midnight effectively and we have a spiraling crime rate. "Denis Hinton will tell you that because Longreach is geographically isolated they need so many men. This is not so. Because Longreach is geographically isolated it is also isolated from much crime. "We need and deserve 24-hour a day police protection. "The two trainees he has claimed as an achievement are trainees. They are young men straight out of the police academy with no practical experience. Our police will not have their workload reduced, rather it will be increased, to train these young men," he said. "They cannot work by themselves and it will not allow the police station to stay open longer. "It is an attempt by Mr Hinton to try and cover up a disgraceful situation where the Capricorn Coast community is considered to be at the bottom of the pile." Mr Pearce said the Queensland ALP had given a positive commitment to immediately increase the police station at Yeppoon to sufficient size to allow coverage 24 hours per day. "Where will these police come from? They can be transferred from quiet areas with large

police numbers like Longreach, Charleville, Innisfail, Roma and other places in similar situations. "We don't need band-aid measures. We need proper protection and it should have been provided by the government. It has been going on for far too long," Mr Pearce said. "Yeppoon Police Station was supposed to be upgraded in 1979 and nothing has been done ... that is 10 long years. "Recently, there have been three instances I know of where police were needed in Yeppoon and people phoning were told by Rockhampton police there were no police available in Yeppoon as they were in Rockhampton and would not be back for about two hours," he said. "One was 9pm on a Friday during Pineapple Festival week - a very busy time in Yeppoon but no police were available because they were in Rockhampton with a drink driver. "Criminals and louts had the run of the town. No wonder people are concerned. "Don't blame the police. It is not their fault. It is Denis Hinton's fault. He couldn't care less. His wife and family live in Brisbane where they have the benefit of 24 hour a day police protection," Mr Pearce said. "Denis Hinton has shown over this issue that he cannot produce the goods and the Capricorn Coast is the loser. "The National Party had always been terrific chest-beaters over law and order issues prior to the Fitzgerald Inquiry, but now they are not up to the job."


Jim Pearce ALP candidate for Broadsound The ONLY change for the Better HOME INTEREST RATES AS I move around the Broadsound electorate I have spoken to many of you who are concerned about housing mortgage interest rates. I have written to the Prime Minister to express my concerns on behalf of those who are finding it hard to make ends meet. I can assure you I will not accept the curt rejection of positive suggestions as 'economic ratbaggery', not will I accept Mr Hinton's point-scoring approach of letting the people suffer so he can distract attention from his own political problems. It is time both levels of Government stopped and thought about the ordinary people who are being hurt. Both Governments have got to stop and listen ... to show some heart, rather than solely pushing hardline politics. Authorised: Richard Witkiewicz, 19 Brock Cres, Dysart

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4 - Capricorn Coast Mirror October 27 - November 2, 1989

Capricorn Coast TAFE Centre Housden Place, Yeppoon The Capricorn Coast TAFE Centre Community Council extends an invitation to all

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OFFICIAL OPEN DAY of Capricorn Coast TAFE Centre Housden Place, Yeppoon on

Saturday, October 28, 1989 from 10am Police, Employment, Training and Industrial Affairs Minister Hon VP Lester will officially open the Centre earlier in the morning. The Centre will then be open until 4pm. The tours will be at set times ... probably every hour from 10am on the hour. Coast TAFE students will be working.Tea and coffee will be provided free. Member for Broadsound Denis Hinton will be acting as host on Mr Lester's behalf. Come see the facilities your children, staff or yourself can use here on the Coast. No more early or late bus trips ... no more long drives!


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SUNDAY, November 5, the Don Ireland Swimming Complex will be officially opened by Margaret Ireland at 10am. The committee has organised a fete to celebrate the opening and the pool will be open free of charge. Emu Park and district community has worked hard and the final result of their labour is a pool in the centre of town and available to everyone. "There are too many people to be thanked individually and if we did, someone could be missed out," spokesman Pat Datiras said. "On Sunday, November 5, we can all go along see what our fundraising, donations, sweat and hard work has done. "There isn't a section of the community who hasn't helped in some way to build the pool, and our children's children will thank them for their foresight." A free swim for everyone and a fete to make the day festive is the perfect end to years of fundraising for the hard-working community.

• PAT O'BRIEN: Broadsound Electorate Businessman, President Capricorn Coast W.P.S.Q., Long History of Voluntary Conservation Work.

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Police: community now aware, `sick of parasites living off us' YEPPOON Police campaign to make Coast residents more aware of security has resulted in a low number of incidents since the start of October. "The security and safety aware campaign is working," officer-in-charge Sgt lc Ken Tanzer said this week. "More people are coming in and letting us know about things they have seen. They are more aware. If they see something suspicious they either give us a quick phone call or visit the station. "They are like us and are sick of the parasites trying to make a living off us. The community is now aware. We are very pleased," he said. "We don't want the community to become complacent. There are always people waiting to prey on carelessness. "Another good thing is that residents are coming into the station and borrowing the

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Capricorn Coast Mirror October 27 - November 2, 1989 - 5

Liberals choose Howard Rodda for Broadsound poll candidate COAST resident Howard Rodda has accepted the Liberal Party nomination for the seat of Broadsound in the December 2 State election. Mr Rodda and his wife, June, were proprietors of Hacienda Units on the beachfront in Yeppoon for seven years. They now live at Cooee Bay. This is the first time Broadsound electors have had a Liberal Party candidate. Mr Rodda said he was the alternative candidate for those disadvantaged National Party voters who thought that on this occasion there was no way they could support their party. "Too much has happened in the past three years. Too many Nationals have seen such a wide change in their party that they feel uncomfortable voting for it this time," Mr Rodda said. "Yet these same people know that they cannot go against a lifetime conservative outlook and vote ALP. "I fully expect to gather all of these votes as well as the people from other areas who are traditional Liberal voters and who previously were only offered the National Party alternative," he said. Mr Rodda has been involved in community affairs here on the Coast for a number of years. He was Yeppoon Swans' president for four years; Capricornia Australian Football League president for four years; Capricorn Coast

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Chamber of Commerce and Industry treasurer for three years; foundation vice president of the Capricorn Coast Tourist Organisation (position held for five years) and president for two years; past president of Yeppoon Lions Club and 22 years membership of Lions International. Mr Rodda has been a member of the Liberal Party for about 30 years. "Before coming to Central Queensland 14 years ago, I held leadership positions in farm, sport and the Liberal Party in Victoria's Horsham district. "I was president of the Horsham Liberal Party branch for nine years and State vice president of the Young Liberal Movement. • "Later on I was a Victorian state executive member for 12 years; chairman of the party's rural committee and branch development committee. "Politics have always been in the family. My father, the late Leonard Rodda, was a minister in the Victorian Duristan Country Party government. A cousin, Allan Rodda, was chief secretary of the last Liberal Government in SoUth Australia," he said. "My reasons for nominating for the Liberal Party in Broadsound are deep concern for the affect of the ballooning national debt and its. affect of high interest rates on the businesses in our electorate as well as the exorbitant interest rates that are making life difficult for small business and first home buyers." "I won't be making any big promises in this election campaign ... the economy just couldn't stand it. "If elected, my particular concern is for the older people in our community who have alreadypaid their dues and the young who are on the threshold of the future ... they are Queensland's future."


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"There are still areas to door-knock, but I felt it was important to have a campaign office in the weeks leading up to election day," he said. "The community expects a service to be provided and that's what I'm about. The next five weeks will be hard work with many long hours, but that's what I'm here for ... to help you. "I am determined to represent the people of Broadsound in the next government. "When I am not available at the office, my helpers are willing to assist you."

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MEMBER for Broadsound Denis Hinton this week announced a special allocation of $500,000 to widen, strengthen and realign a 1.5km section of Yeppoon-Byfield Road to a two-lane bitumen standaftl. He was advised of the allocation by Main Roads and Racing Minister Gil Alison who said the section to be reconstructed followed on from the recently completed realignment works at the Farnborough State School. "The work will eliminate two sub-standard curves and would improve safety for schoolusers and motoring public," Mr Hinton said. "There will be considerable benefits to the community besides the safety aspect. Livingstone Shire Council's workforce will carry out the job and this means council, the ratepayers and businesses will benefit." Mr Hinton said the job should be completed in about six months. "The 5500,000 was previously allocated to the centre of Byfield between Polka and Byfield Creeks. "This job has been postponed until the outcome of Pivot's application to mine Shoalwater Bay is known," he said. "The decision about the mining has been postponed by the Federal Government, who issues the lease, until after the State election. "If the project goes ahead, Pivot will be required to construct the present gravel section of Byfield Road to dual carriageway and to a standard necessary to carry heavy trucking at speeds of 100km per hour," Mr Hinton said. "This being the case, the State Government decided to defer the road's construction within Authorised: R Bahnisch, Marlborough

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Byfield until after Pivot's plans are announced. "In the meantime the $500,000 has been transferred south to upgrade the road north of the Farnborough School. "I can assure Byfield residents that should Pivot not proceed, then a further 5500,000 will be allocated ti Byfield to construct the road between Polka and Byfield Creeks," he said.

Pearce wants same treatment for all on signs ALP Broadsound candidate Jim Pearce said on Wednesday said he would comply with a Livingstone Shire Council order to remove his electoral signs. "The only request I have made to council is that all candidates be treated the same," Mr Pearce said. "Livingstone Shire Council has a hopeless record for providing services to the people. It also has a record of political bias heavily in favour of the National Party." Mr Pearce said he hoped as a result of receiving the notice, Shire residents would now have a more diligent council into every area of council activity. "Council needs to spend more money on roads, and kerbing and channelling," he said.

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Captiavut Cootfine A DISCUSSION group - a different topic each week - organised by U3A starts on Monday, October 30 from 1.30pm to 3.30pm at the Capricorn Coast TAFE Centre, Housden Place. Joan Whyte is the co-ordinator, 39 6472, and she needs about five more interested people. U3A is for people who are retired and of mature age who want to continue learning without the confines of strict classes and school-like teachers. U3A only cost is $10 membership per year, all courses or classes are free to anyone interested. So far Capricorn Coast U3A has had instruction in chess, real estate, orchid growing and Wood-turning. Most of the classes utilise the new TAFE centre, but some are held in private homes. If you are interested, contact Joan 39 6472, and she will tell you about University of the Third Age (U3A). *** STORY-TELLING for four to seven-yearolds has been organised at Yeppoon Library on Halloween night, Tuesday, October 31. There are two sessions with the first at 6pm and continuing until 6.50pm. The second session starts at 7pm and runs until 7.50pm. Bookings must be made. See the girls on the front desk at Yeppoon Library or phone 39 3684 to reserve a place. *** MAY Briggs and Pam Gaze will present a varied collection of domestic, glazed and saltfired stoneware at the Paint Pot Gallery exhibition from November 4. Also there will be some excellent examples of sawdust-fired specialty ware. Several Arts Society members spent a pleasant morning watching videos of works by well known artists. * *

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 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.

LAMMERMOOR Beach residents, remember a fewyears ago when the peacockswere out of hand and wrecking guttering, gardens and generally making a nuisance of themselves? Well, Mulambin and Kinka are now suffering. Beware anyone with a low set home or a garden full of just nearly ripe fruit and vegetables ... you won't have either for long. They have a tendency to fly on to gutters and their weight is such that sooner rather than later you will lose your expensive guttering. They also like to perch on verandahs ... watch out for what they leave behind. I'd rather have the emus back. They can be hand-fed, carefully, and they do like a quick taste of your garden. But they also leave when you hooch them. Peacocks are such beautiful things ... but they aren't native and don't have natural enemies unless you can call vehicles natural, so I imagine they are upsetting the ecology. *** BLACKALL Reunion dinner organisers thank everyone who attended on September 23 and helped to make the night a success. Next year's dinner is on September 22 at the QRI. *** IT'S starting to warm up and Nursing Mothers of Emu Park's topic for the Thursday, November 2 discussion morning is 'Cool, Baby, Cool' at 9.30am. The venue is- Robyn's, 13 Crane Street, Emu Park. Phone Di, 39 6618, if you need transport or would like to know more about nursing mothers. *** EMU Park CWA meets on the first Tuesday of each month at 1.30pm. New members are welcome. Meetings are in the CWA Hall, Hill Street, Emu Park. *** KEITH Wright's free pensioners' concert in Rockhampton's Municipal Theatre is on Friday, November 10, 7pm and a free bus leaves Yeppoon Railway Station at 6pm and any pensioner iswelcome to travel on the bus to the concert. League membership is not a requirement to attend the concert ... it is for all pensioners. Be sure to reserve a seat. Phone Bill Shuttlewood, 39 1340. The concert is also free and there are plenty of giveaways.

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8 - Capricorn Coast Mirror October 27 - November 2. 1989 Member for Broadsound Denis Hinton and his wife Roslyn invite their friends & supporters to join them at an

Old Fashioned Garden Party (with light luncheon and afternoon tea)

4th November, 1989, 11am 9 Stevenson Street, Barlows Hill organised by National Party, Capricorn Coast branch. Women's Section For teservations: Denis: 39 2352; S Riley 39 4739; D Abel: 39 2374

PARENTS and boys are working hard to raise money to send some Yeppoon High School Rugby Union Club members to New Zealand next year to play against first XV. A grocery raffle has been organised for' Christmas and donations are needed. They can be left at the high school, or phone Ann Lambley, 39 4698. Ann is the club's new president, Lorraine Coombs hasn't enough to do and so she is secretary and John Spencer took on the treasurer's job. The next meeting, and anyone interested in lending a hand or sponsoring jumpers or anything is welcome, on Wednesday, November 8 at 7.30pm in the high school library. Phone Anne, 39 4698, if you can help or if you are interested. *** 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.

Mickey Q



Hair Design • 50 James St, Yeppoon (Next to Pacific Hotel)

Phone 39 3022 MONDAY TO FRIDAY: 8.30am and 5.30pm SATURDAY: 8am to 4pm


Dear Friends.


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C tticou Ceagliite DATE CLAIMERS ... 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. $1 includes morning tea. *** Saturday, November 4. Garden party, 9 Stevenson Street, Yeppoon, 11am. National Party Women's section. *** Saturday, November 4. Olde Time Music Hall, 8pm, Yeppoon Town Hall. Yeppoon Lioness Club, light supper included, S10 admission. Tickets from McDougalls. Proceeds to local projects. *** Tuesday, November 7. Capricorn Coast Parish Melbourne Cup Function. Kanangr , a, 11.30am, $16 for luncheon, fashion parade and entertainment. Tickets at Krugers. *** Tuesday, November 7. Giggle and Gossip Melbourne Cup luncheon from 11am. Capricorn International Resort. Husbands welcome. Fashions in field. Reservations, 39 0211.

CAPRICORN Coast Toastmasters have completed their speech contests for the year. At last week's meeting both the International and Novice contests were held. Placegetters: International, Sally Tickle 1; Frank Evans 2. Novice: Len Williams 1; Pat O'Brien 2. Winners from these and the humourous, impromptu and evaluation contests will compete in the next level of competition against winners from the two Rockhampton clubs. These contests will be part of the Area 4 conference at Bayview Tower on November 11 and 12. Toastmasters from all over Queensland will visit Yeppoon for this event. If you would like to go to a Toastmasters evening as a guest, phone Sally Tickle, 39 4011. *** ANYONE interested in researching their family tree can obtain further information from Neta Klaproth, 39 3179.

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Contact Lens Practitioners Shop 30, Savemore Centre Phone ... 39 3649


I would like to thank, the many friends and clients who have supported me and my staff over the past two years and made the success of Mickey Q's possible. I would also like to thankyou for the many gifts andgood wishes received on the birth of my daughter. As of October 30, the Salon will be under the new ownership of Barbara Donovan and supported by the regular team of girls. I wish Barbara and the girls all the success for the future. 9kly Sincere 'Thanks to all of you,




Rosslyn Bay Inn Resort

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11.30 - 3pm Tuesday, November 7 $13 per person (includes pre-lunch champagne cocktail) Tickets available from: Rosslyn Bay Inn Resort Reception Ph 33 6333 or Beaches Bistro Phone 33 6300

LUCKY DOOR PRIZES All raffles proceeds will go to Capricorn. Coast Chamber of Commerce and Industry Party Lights for Yeppoon project Hat essential attire!

Tuesday, November 7. Light up Yeppoon with Chamber of Commerce. Hosted by Rotary and organised by Capricorn Coast TAFE Centre Beaches Bistro, Rosslyn Bay. 11.30am-3pm. Reservations: 33 6300. *** Saturday, November 11. Cent sale, 2pm. Senior Citizens Benevolent Housing Society auxiliary. Yeppoon Showground. *** Friday, November 17. Street stall in front of Findlays, 9am - noon. Life Education. Donations accepted at stall on day.

Mill Gallery The

28 Anzac Pde 39 3454

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Saturday, November 25. Christmas Fair and garage sale, Beaman Park for Uniting Church. *** 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. *** THE next trip (November 9) is the last one for Emu Park Pensioners League for 1989 and is a barbecue in Rockhampton's Botanic gardens and also shopping. The cost is $5 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, Yeppoon Hospital. Register with 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. *** THE Keppel Woodcraft Association has its final 1989 meeting at Mike and Margaret Prior's home, 53 Dolphin Crescent ... a barbecue.

An Exhibition of Paintings to heighten the visual senses by

JUDE SMITH Refreshments 10am-4pm Entertainment Peter Dobe Trio SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 5 An Evening of Music 7.30pm Bookings 39 3454 Gallery Hours 10am-4pm daily


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A MEMORIAL service will be held at the Emu Park Cenotaph at 1 lam on Saturday, November 11 ... Armistice Day. Members and guests are welcome at a barbecue at the Emu Park RSL hall at 7pm, Saturday, November 11 to observe Armistice Day and to open the new extensions. *** CHANTAL Hooper has enjoyed her time as a Miss Australia entrant and on Friday she was presented with S500 from St Ursula students as the proceeds from a fun afternoon. It was Chantal's last fundraising effort for the quest. *** PROBUS Yeppoon's normal club meeting is on Thursday, November 2 at the sailing club. Monday, November 13 a trip to Nobb Creek Pottery is the month's excursion. Stony Creek is the place for lunch and then return via Lake Mary. The cost is 57.50 per person, based on a full coach (49). Contact Jack Hoare, 39 4661. *** YEPPOON Little Theatre is having its annual general meeting on Tuesday, November 7 at Apps' residence, 26 Little Park Street, 8pm. Members are advised to attend because there are some proposed amendments to the constitution. *** WOULD you like to meet new friends? Join the German-AuStralian Club. It has something for everyone ... golf, chess, German language, folkdancing, card games, shooters (air rifle only) and more. 39 3954 for information. *** GAIN confidence and skill with speaking and meeting procedure at Toastmasters ... first and third Wednesday, Yeppoon CWA Hall, 7.30pm. Inquiries: 39 4011. Guests welcome. *** EMU Park Choral Society invites singers to join them in preparing for the Christmas Cantata 'Heaven Rejoices' which will be presented at the end of the year, prior to the Christmas season. Interested? Linda Leech, 396573; Dell Svendsen 39 6257; Doug Cruden 39 1162. *** BASKETBALL for women on Tuesdays from 9.30am until noon at the Cooee Bay stadium. Beginners are welcome to join experienced players. Lynda Thomas, 39 6687.

POWERWALKERS are fit, healthy people. You can see them pacing it out some-evenings and early mornings. So what did they do? They gave us some chocolates, but it's all right we didn't eat all of them (Rhodes, Rhett and Pat Andersen helped). I don't know whether to say thanks or not. Anyway, it may have been the straw that broke the camel's back ... we are now going to the gym three times aweek (just started, so very keen). Probably won't lose any weight and this time I'm not talking about it. But, if I do, then I'll talk. The last time and the time before that and the time before that (echo, echo) everyone tried to help. One person was really strong willed (Rosalie Steyn) and she actually lost weight. She said it was our encouragement. How could it be encouragement when I hardly lost any and I tried, my word, I tried. *44 NEXT cent sale for benevolent housing society, November 11 at 2pm in the showground tearooms. ***

WOULD you like to learn beauty treatments to help people convalescing or in hospital feel better? Yeppoon branch of the Red Cross is interested to hear from new members who would like to learn beauty therapy treatment. Classes are expected to be held early next year, organised by Red Cross headquarters. Members who do the course will be rostered to help in hospitals and the nursing home. You must be a member to do the course. Phone the secretary, 39 3094. *** Tuesday, December 5. Yeppoon Pensioners League Christmas party, Yeppoon Town Hall, 1pm. *** JUDE Smith has a lovely smile on her face and in her eyes and she is exhibiting some loving paintings at The Mill Gallery. They are loving because Jude, from Farnborough, likes touching and feeling things. She also likes to collect her bits of things ... things that have a feel. Go to the Mill Gallery on the beachfront.

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Col Turton Repairs and Service 36140ffiept:!ii • Spectacles • Sunglasses Monday to Saturday N IFI STAno • Sunglass Lenses 39 • Lens Tints After hours (by appointment): 39 4276 Where possible ... SAME DAY SERVICE ommomummommicmmmimosimmommummummummmalook The only place to be on

MELBOURNE CUP DAY Tuesday, November 7 is

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have all the fun of Flemington without the long plane trip I (flying is fairly down-to-earth these days anyway)

WHY NOT ARRANGE A PARTY FOR THE CHICKEN & SEAFOOD SMORGASBORD IN THE FOSTERS CHAMPAGNE TENT See the direct teleesrst of the 'Cup' and its history since Archer won the first one For the ladies ... 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 For the gents ... a bottle of champagne for those of you game enough to wear top hat and tails For everyone ... Lucky race book and losing betting ticket prizes. FREE RETURN BUS FROM ALL LOCAL HOTELS Children's playground plus a top day's racing at your own racecourse.

Please book your luncheon numbers with our caterers and sponsors for the day ... Ross and Ann Dickson, 39 2233 CAN WE BET ON SEEING YOU THERE? ‘111111111111111MIMMIMMIMMIMIMMMMIMIIIIIIIMINIMIM1111111111111111110

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INFORMATION CENTRE DE THE CCTO's Information Centre loan debt now stands •at $32,577. The CCTO has continued to make the $1000 monthly payments it undertook when it received the loan ... and those payments will continue to reduce the principal. Payments to the appeal can be made by sending cheques, made out to CCTO Information Centre Loan Account, c/ - CCTO, P.O. Box 166, Yeppoon, 4703. The following 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, pd $260 • Capricorn Printing, Terry & Cheryl Simpson, pd $260 • Seaspray Waterfront Holiday Units, Blossom Hooper, pd $260 • Poinciana Caravan Park, Doug & Sylvia Belot, pd $260 • Bay Vacationer Units, Peter & Yvonne Motton, pd $260 • Driftwood Motel, John Allen, pd $260 • Reef Seeker, Helen Jackson, pd $130 • Victory, Helen Jackson, pd $130 • Capricorn Newsagency, Ian & Colleen Graham, pd $260 • Capricorn Cabs, P W & S C'Denning, pd $260 • Maguire & Associates Solicitor, Tom Maguire, pd $65 • Brian Hooper Real Estate, Brian Hooper, pd $260 • BP Yeppoon, Russell & Judy Sait, pd $260 • Yeppoon Video Centre & Yeppoon Computer Centre, Colin & Barbara Driscoll, pd $100 • Hacienda Units, Bill & Dell Mackie, pd $260 • Capricorn Diesel Services Pry Ltd, Sue & Bob Waddell, pd $260 • John & Marguerite Richardson, pd $60 • Kanangra Restaurant, Liz Pilbury & Brad Flesser, pd $520 • Capricorn International Resort, Iwasaki Sangyo Co. (Aust.) Pty Ltd, $260

• Blue Anchor Motel, Don Machan, pd $260 • Beryl & Maurie Cagney, pd $260 • Seven Dwarfs, Brian & Beverley Gilligan, pd $260 • North Keppel Island Resort, Naomi Hehir & Peter Hayward, pd $260. • Cooberrie Park, John & Pattie Shannon, pd $65 • Keppel I5sland Water Taxi, Bob Goodger, pd $130 • Capricorn Water Slide, Harold, Joan & Kevin Dobby, pd $260 • Paul Watts & Associates, Paul & Rhonda Watts, $260 • L.J. Hooker, Nick & Dora Callianiotis, pd $260 • Scoffin, J & Y. Jewellers, John & Yvonne Scoffin, pd $20 • Benneus Menswear, Tony Bennett, pd $5 • Ken Jones Marine, Ken & Rosemary Jones, pd $25 • Elgan Units, The Nagle Family, pd $260 • Sunlover Lodge, Wolfgang & Brigeue Bielharz, pd $65 • Whites Tourist Services, Ruth & Trevor White, pd $65 • Gumnut Glen, Kerry Flynn, pd $100 • Keppel Barge Services, Ken Woods, pd $260 • Yeppoon Charity Market, pd $260 • Kempsea Carpark, Arthur & Betty Ware, pd $65 • Railway Hotel, Ron & Jan Schmidt, pd $260 • Anon, son of Yeppoon's early storekeeper, pd $500. • ANZ Bank, Arthur Holt, pd $260 • Denison Star, John & Heather Donlan, pd $260 • Howard & June Rodda, pd $60 • Billy the Mountain Entertainment, Bill Ludwig & Pauline Gallie, pd $130 • Yeppoon Butchers, Pat & Ann O'Brien, pd $260 • Q'ld Premier Mines Pty lid, Frank Beckinsale, $50. • Kristin's Hair Design, Kris Plahn, pd $25 • Sail-inn Motel, Elaine Melaney, pd $65 • J E Davies Medical Pty Ltd, Jonathon & Janet Davies, Pd $65


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Special Occasion Group Bookings welcome • ABOVE: Mexican exchange student Magaly Garcia is pictured ton Road. Magaly is attending St Ursula's College during her yea)

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

MLA supporting pupils on safety

Are you positive y certain at Savemo

YEPPOON High School students wrote to Member for Broadsound Denis Hinton reARE you sure you are fit? A free fitness questing assistance in improving safety in testing to see if Coast residents are as fit as they Rawlings and Melbourne Streets. think is on at Savemore tomorrow, Saturday, Mr Hinton said he would support the year from 9am to 2pm. 12 students' request to him through LivingSue and Kim Martin from Keppel Coast Gym stone Shire Council. have organised a fitness awareness morning "The safety features include a bus shelter covering four aspects of fitness and health. outside the school as not other adjacent shelter Sue is three times national bodybuilding from rain or sun is available, a pedestrian •champion and is a trained teacher. crossing at the end of Rawlings Street across . Cardio-vascular fitness (heart and lungs) will Tanby Road and bikeways along Rawlings and' Melbourne Streets," he said.

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3T REDUCED TO $32,577 •1Laon Backpackers Hostel, Tony Millroy & Anna Potter, pd $65 • BeBops, Helen Bayne, pd $20 • Beachcomber Hair Trends, Donna Molloy, pd $20 • Tagby Turf, pd $260 • Yeppoon Marine Engineers, Kathy & Roger Dale, pd $100 • Capricorn Coast Tours, Glen, Marsha & David Reddiez, pd $260 • Coral Life Marineland, Kevin & Yvonne Logan, pd $115 • Father H J Gygar, Catholic Church Yeppoon, pd $260 • Denhams Bros. Limited, Savemore Centre, pd $260 • Hedi's Boutique, Claude & Hedi Goetz, pd $260 • Tanby Roses, Keith & Janice Hendy, pd $65 • Como Holiday Units, Horst & Fay Simon, pd $130 • Barrier Reef Backpackers, Appleton & Widdowson, pd $20 • Jim Pearce, ALP Candidate Broadsound, pd $50 • C.Q. Pest Control, Chas. & Jane Hilliard, pd $65 • Ampol Service Station, Nev. & Carole Welfare, pd $100 • Denis Hinton, Member for Broadsound, pd $260 • B.A.C. Removals, Eric & Kirstin Sundgren, pd $520 • Mario & Elma Crests, pd $260 • Lions Club of Yeppoon, pd $260 • Capricorn Palms Caravan Park, Richard & Jeanette Cavanagh, pd $260 • Annie's Pie Van, Dermou & Ena Egan, pd $65 • Sandy's Cafe, Frank & Rosslyn Knobel, pd $200 • Aussie Hot Bread, John, Judy, Richard O'Grady, pd $100 • Club Hotel, Norm Marsden and Margaret Hoare, pd $260 • Anonymous housewife, (Emu Park), $10 • Savemore Centre Traders, 2 pledges of $260 p.a., pd $520 • Capricorn Coast Sports, Hobby Centre, Ron & Beryl

Svendsens Takeaway for —




Dawson, $260 • Andrews Construction, John Andrews & John Brian, pd $260 • Stewart & Brumm Chemists, Kevin & Rosaleen Brumm, pd $260 • Capricorn Fruit Supplies, Dick & Betty Tyrer, pd $100 • Anonymous Yeppoon Potters, pd $20 • Strand Hotel, Peter Green, pd $65 • A.J. Ralston Optometrists, Jeff Hall, pd $260 • Drs Ramiah & Donohue, pd $260 • Rosslyn Bay Fishermen's Co-op Assoc Limited, P Hansen, B Pattemore, pd $260 • Annie's Pies, Lance & Annette Lower, pd $30 • Penlaw Catering, Boyd Penfold & Lance Lower, pd $30 • H.W. Findlay Pty Ltd, Henry Findlay & Margaret Malinconico, pd $130 • Keppel Kampout, Geoff Mercer, pd $260

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• Dowies View Tours, John Dowie, pd $65 • Rosslyn Bay Inn Resort, Roger Barran, pd $60 • Old Glenmore Homestead, George Birkbeck, pd $65 • Livingstone Shire Council, pd $5000 The following businesses and individuals have pledged donations of $520 over two years: • Capricorn Reef Diving (Rob Frietag) • Keppel Bay Motors (Bill & Barbara Ward) • Stickey & Associates Solicitor (Warren Rinkevich) • Mach 1 Panels (Mick McConnel) • Cooee Bay Marine (Vince & Lesley Welsh) • Yeppoon Stockfeeds (David Andrews) • Keppel Coast Gym (Kim and Sue Martin) • Coolwaters Holiday Village (Wayne Grady) • Irons Sawmill and Hardware (Dr Lex Homer) • Pedwin Autos Services (Henning Pedersen & Tony Irwin) • Kinks Lodge (Judith & Brian Hose & Judith Watts • Ami Setu (Dentist) & Gyan Setu • Each cheque paid to the appeal will be acknowledged.

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awareness day be tested and physical flexibility, that is, the body's suppleness. "Body fat measurements will be taken with skin fold calipers," Sue said. "The measurements are taken on several different parts of the body and then we can calculate how much body fat that person has and whether it is excess or normal for that person. "You know when you stand on the scales how much your body weighs, but you don't know how much is muscles, bones and actual fatty tissue. "The measurement works out how much body fat a person has and then we can work out what that person's ideal body weight should be. Everyone's different." They will also do strength measurements. at is testing how strong a person is in different areas. "You may have strong legs and a weak back. We can show you how to strengthen the part that isweaker in comparison to the rest of your body," she said. Mr and Mrs Martin said they will answer any questions relating to diet, nutrition and fitness.



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StiitERAPAY, Friday, November 3, 1989 Please buy a $2 badge to support Life Education Centres, the Anti-Drug Education Programme for Primary School children. Will you smile for life?

BADGES AVAILABLE FROM: • Emu Park Newsagency • Nora Green & Co, Say.emore • BP Yeppoon • Coast Primary Schools


HAVE your car cleaned tomorrow (Saturday) at BP Yeppoon from 9am and help send some Yeppoon High School Rugby Union' Club members to New Zealand to play against other first XV. *** OCTOBER'S Coastal Gardeners meeting was at Barbara Young's home. It was well attended and the walk around the garden surprised and delighted everyone. There were meandering paths through flowering trees and scented shrubs, leading to birdcages and a large shade house ... none of which were visible from the house. Barbara told members it had taken about 10 years for the growth to reach required height and density for the miniature rain forest. More ambitious members collected seeds of all kinds, while the less 'green-fingered' were contented with cuttings and rooted seedlings. During the meeting Coral Ziebell set another quiz and again it proved harder than it looked. The next meeting is Tuesday, November 21 ... a visit to a shire champion garden at Woodbury. Not to be missed. Tom Wyatt has arranged for a guided tour of the Botanic Gardens on December 12.,If sufficient numbers are available, a bus can be arranged. Phone Coral Ziebell, 39 3357 or Margot Taylor, 39 1922, quickly if you are interested and a firm booking can be made. *** ANNETTE and Frank van Gestel and their family are leaving the Capricorn Coast and a farewell has been organised on Sunday, November 26 from I lam 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. *** A GENERAL meeting for Yeppoon Lapidary Club members is on Saturday (tomorrow) at 1pm in the clubrooms at Yeppoon Showground. Members are urged to attend. Any visitors or locals interested in fcssicking or gemstone cutting are welcome anytime. The clubrooms are open Saturdays from 1pm-5pm. *** THERE'S a flea market at the Emu Park Historical Museum on the last Saturday (tomorrow) of each month, starting at 9am.


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• ABOVE: Bill Condon and Cindy Tucker celebrated their engagement at a party on Saturday night. WHAT do you do when you find or accidenA SIX week series of classes for childbirth and tally injure any of our native animals or birds? early parenting start on Thursday, November 2 The person who cares for injured fauna is Gail at the Community Health Centre, Como Units, Matthews. That doesn't mean you take your Anzac Parade, Yeppoon from 7.30pm. hurt budgie, cat or dog to her ... they go to the The classes, organised by NAPPS (New and veterinary. Pregnant Parents Support), cover all aspects of Gail, 39 3316, lives in Yeppoon Crescent. She birth preparation and newborn care. The arranges for the animals and birds to be reemphasis i son self-help measures, awareness leased in the wild when they are able to care for of options for birth and an active approach to themselves. labour and birth. *** The classes help expectant parents to decide CALLING all staff and members of the now for themselves the kind of birth they want for defunct Townsville Telephone Exchange their baby. there is to be reunion in early 1990 in Previous class participants have agreed that Townsville. some of the most valuable aspects of the course Organisers are looking for ex-staff and anyhave been the oppOrtunity to discuss freely one who knows someone who worked there at matters relating to pregnancy and birth, the anytime, is asked to ring 33 6867 before 9am or partaking of ante-natal stretching and relaxaafter 5pm any day (that's just in case the person tion exercises and being able to borrow books has to go shopping). and videos. Names and present addresses are needed so A post-natal reunion of class parents is also organisers can send invitations. The reunion's organised wherever possible. over three days and with the amount of staff The course is S50 and includes a handbook, turned over during the war years, should be NAPPS membership and free library borrowfun. ing service. To enrol or inquire, phone 39 4523. *** *** HAVE you considered reading the Bible for CAPRICORN Coast Writers annual general yourself? There is a group of women who are .. meeting is on Tuesday, November 7 at 9.30am they meet at 24 Rawlings Street, Yeppool in Yeppoon RSL Hall. There will not be a every Friday morning at 930am. Women from workshop and members must be financial to all denominations attend and a warm welcome have their work included in 'Capricorn Coast awaits anyone who would like to go along. Writers 1990'. *** For information Leona McCamley, 39 2100. *** CHRISTMAS dinner for Yeppoon PensionFEEL like a game of tennis and don't know ers League is in Yeppoon Town Hall on Tuesanyone? Social tennis is played every Tuesday day, December 5, starting at 1pm. Only memfrom 9am at the Cooee Park courts and you bers financial on October 31 and new members would be welcome. There are racquets for hire joining before that date will be eligible to and new friends to meet. Phone Rachel, 39 attend the dinner. *** 1846 or Nita, 39 1836.

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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.

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 full-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).

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-ABOVE: Priscilla Blowy had her 13th birthdayon Friday night with family and friends.

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• ABOVE: St Ursula College students gained four State first places and a national first place in a competition organised through Yeppoon RSL. Pictured are the groups who entered and won.

2 locals design Five Coast students to receive logo and menu certificates from the Governor CAPRICORN Coast residents Leisel Gregg and Greg Sorensen designed the Capricorn Coast TAFE Centre's Shoreline Restaurant menu cover and the centre's logo. Shoreline and Beaches Bistro is training with difference. The students are trained in shifts —so they will know what to expect when they are employed in the hospitality business. "There aren't 9am to 5pm hours in the hospitality business and the complex is the first TAFE training centre in Queensland to have students learning their trades in actual conditions," Capricorn Coast TAFE Centre community council chairman Bruce McGregor said. "We were pleased when two Coast residents' work were chosen to represent a Coast training centre." They are both students at Rockhampton TAFE. Leisel and Greg are in their first year of a two year commercial art course. Leisel said she planned her design on colours of the harbour scene at night and stylised it in silver, pastel blue and white stripes with the moon standing clear for the nameplate. Greg's logo for the Capricorn Coast TAFE Centre is a dolphin and stylised palm tree set on a sun in a green and gold colour scheme.

Lester to open Coast's TAFE • CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1 "She and her students have created an ideal memorial in pictures to commemorate the opening of the Coast's first TAFE centre," Mr McGregor said. "After the opening it will be hung in the chapel and when the new centre is built it will be placed in the foyer. "Instead of a plaque that tarnishes or ages, he Coast will have a permanent reminder of \--what was accomplished by the first TAFE centre. "The council thanks Marie and her students for theirwork. It was short notice and they have accomplished something that will last forever." Mr McGregor said there were many people involved in making the Housden Place complex a successful centre. "Unfortunately, I don't know all their names," he said. "I can single out Morris Jones, who organised, bullied and cajoled equipment and fittings from all over. He has our community's grateful thanks. "Ned Warren has been on the spot all the time. He makes sure everything is in good condition and watches over the students and buildings like a mother hen. "Sarah Blenkin has patiently sorted out questionnaires, classes and students, as well as making sure classes are filled. "We thank everyone who contributed in making the centre the showpiece it is. "Now all we have to do is finalise the paperwork for the new complex to be built at the entrance to Yeppoon on the new highway."

FIVE Capricorn Coast students will receive certificates of merit from Queensland Governor Sir Walter Campbell today (Friday) in Brisbane and one of the entries won the national section and a trip to London. The students represent five groups from St Ursula's College and St Brendan's College who entered and won the Australian Spirit competition held by RSL Legacy and sponsored by Yeppoon RSL sub-branch for school students earlier this year as an educational tool to support existing curricula and activities in schools. The subjects covered were art, craft and culture, social science and history, literature and music, physical education and health, science and mathematics and technology and commerce. Coast students were invited to submit entries on the subjects to highlight 'Our country - our achievements - our pride'. After State-wide judging the Capricorn Coast emerged as the most successful area ... winning five equal first positions. Of the winning St Ursula groups, four girls were selected to travel to Brisbane today (Friday) to be presented with certificates of merit by the Queensland Governor Sir Walter Campbell. One St Brendan's boy, Bruce McInnes, will represent his group's winning entry. The St Ursula entry titled Celebration of a Nation entitled one of the group to go to London, all expenses paid. Gabrielle Callaghan will represent her group on the London trip. The title of the national winning entry was Celebration of the Nation our heritage through the arts. The other nominees and the section they entered: Janelle Hilton representing a group of five girls, Voices from the Earth; Sophie Reynolds, six girls, The Film, response to Anzac; Lyndel Forrest, four girls, The Swag; Bruce McInnes, Australian Architecture. Entries were received from all parts of Queensland and the winners then competed

Family tree seminar A FAMILY tree seminar organised by the Yeppoon branch of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints is on tonight (Friday). The free seminar is in Yeppoon CWA Hall from 7pm to 8.30pm and will help Coast residents who are interested in tracing their family tree. Topics covered: becoming organised; civil registration; census returns for England and Scotland; the international genealogical index - what it is and how to use it effectively; family history library catalogue - how to gain access to the world's largest collection of genealogical material; family registry and genealogical research directories - how they can help you. The seminar's main speaker is Rockhampton district Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints president Michael Warry. He is past president of two local genealogical societies, is Australian corresponding member for the Guild of One Name Studies in England and Worldwide Warry Family History Society president.

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against each state. Yeppoon RSL organised and financed return airfares for the girls so they could attend the college's speech night tonight. "Congratulations were received from the judges on the high standard of entries from the two colleges," Yeppoon RSL secretary Bruce Barnett said. "The winning of five equal firsts from six categories says an enormous amount for the schools, staff and students. "We thank them for the work, time and effort they put into the entries. It was a wonderful effort."

Wear a smile all day for just $2 SMILE for a day or smile for life and support Life Education Centres on Friday, November 3. Can vou imagine everyone smiling at each other all day? It could happen. It will happen if everyone becomes involved with 'Smile for Life' day on November 3. Smile for Life day is a day when you and others can feel good and assist the Life Education Centre at the same time. Life Education Centres present anti-drug campaigns to primary school children to help them cope with the pressure of growing up, particularly in their teen years. With everyone's help the Capricorn Coast's Life Education Mobile centre will give its vital message to more of our children. Buy a pink 'Smile for Life' badge and smile to show you care. The S2 badges are available from primary schools, Emu Park Newsagency, Nora Green and Co Savemore and BP Yeppoon.


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CAPRICORN Coast conservationists are being conned by the National Party's Byfield National Park proposal, ALP Broadsound candidate Jim Pearce said this week. "It is time for some straight talking," he said. "There is a need for people to get fair dinkum about their environmental concerns. "The By-field National Park proposal was first put forward by the National Parks and Wildlife Services in th 1960s. "It is now 1989 and we still have only 8000 of the 13,000 hectares gazetted as a national park," he said. "During this time the Nationals have backed

RZ Mines in searching for rich mineral sands. "Mr Hinton has continually supported RZ mining, declaring the Pivot proposal in Shoalwater Bay 'was a pimple in a pumpkin compared to RZ Mines' proposal. "People should look closely at what's going on because Byfield is an important natural area that must be protected. "Sandmining in Byfield is a threat to the water catchment area for Yeppoon's water supply. Flora and fauna are under threat," Mr Pearce said. "In the lead up to the 1986 State election, Labor candidate Chris Palmer warned that the

only protection of valuable areas like Mt Etr and Byfield was for a Labor Government elected. "Since then, under the Nationals, we have seen Mt Etna blasted and Mr Hinton continually promoting RZ Mines sandmining proposal. "Under a Goss Labor Government, the Byfield area will be declared a national park and there will be no sandmining in national parks," Mr Pearce said. "The Nationals can't be trusted."

Public talks to discuss access, SKII.ERAPAY0 management of Sandy Pt parks Friday, November 3, 1989 MANAGEMENT and access to the two environmental parks at Sandy Point, north of Capricorn International Resort, will be discussed at a public meeting in Yeppoon on Monday. Member for Broadsound Denis Hinton arranged the meeting in Yeppoon CWA hall at 7,30pm on behalf of Carter and Associates, management consultants appointed by the Premier's Department to provide a management plan for the parks, including the provision of adequate public access. "The parks were previously leases in the resort area but were excised in the repeal of the Iwasaki franchise legislation.

"I have requested the management plan to ensure the parks are properly managed in relation to rubbish disposal, care of the sensitive flora environment and to ensure adequate legal public access," Mr Hinton said. "At present the only public access is by way of the beach, but this can be restricted under Livingstone Shire Council by-laws and is currently restricted to vehicles for launching or retrieval of boats. "A whole range of issues will be discussed, including the provision of public amenities." Conservation groups, including the Wildlife Preservation Society have been invited.

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Byfield National Park for gazettal STAGE two of Byfield National Park is being gazetted and will encompass 8690 hectares. "Byfield National Park will more than double in size with the gazettal of stage two," Member for Broadsound Denis Hinton said. "Stage one is 4090 hectares and stage two now being gazetted is 4600 hectares. "Stage two includes the forestry areas of Byfield State Forest and the scenic and environmentally sensitive Mt Atherton area," he said. "The area stretches from Sandy Creek in the

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south to The Peaks and Mt Atherton in the north. "I am determined the maximum areas of scientific value and diversity of plant and animal species in Central Queensland that can be created here as national parks will be so gazetted. "In 10 years time unfettered development could gobble up the Central Queensland coastline. I am determined that this will not happen and the time for setting aside pristine areas for future generations is now."

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WORK starts in three weeks on a S200,000 upgrade for The Caves Primary School. Member for Broadsound Denis Hinton this week announced the start of construction of a S60,000 covered assembly area; new staff room complex and storage rooms and a modular classroom building and furniture.

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"The total amount for the major upgrade is S200,000," Mr Hinton said. The modular building is being transferred from Tannum Sands and the construction of the new buildings is being done by Works Department day labov.


New Products 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.

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Now's the time to beat the heat of Summer! THE Coast residents who made

the decision a fortnight ago to buy awnings, vertical drapes or blinds from Yeppoon Kitchens are already enjoying relief from the heat ... were you one of them? The recent hot weather, and the rain in some areas, of recent weeks is here for the Summer so decide now to cool your home with an aluminium awning, drapes or blinds. Don't put 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

One of the awning styles that could add value to your home • ...Yeppoon Kitchens 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! Just think, if you had acted a fortnight ago your problems would have already been solved!

Marine specialists all under one roof CENTRAL Queensland's leading Marine Specialists are all under the one roof at Ken Jones Marine Yeppoon. Ken Jones and David Donald have many years of boating experience and are the people to talk to for new boat sales, with agencies for Quintrex aluminium Tri-Hulls and dinghys, and Shark Cat and Haines Hunter fibreglass boats, all powered by Mercury and Mercruiser. A comprehensive range of used boats is listed and displayed in their ships brokerage department. Allan Bailey is a factory-trained mechanic in Mercury and OMC outboards. He performs servicing, maintenance, and repairs to all brands. Repairs of radios, depth sounders, radars, autopilots, satnays, and all electronics equipment is carried out by technician Martin Delahunty. • Specialist welding is performed by Mark Uziel. All types of aluminium repairs are carried out, and modifications, and fabrication of fuel tanks and consoles are a specialty. Ken Jones Marine Yeppoon (39 4002) - Your one-stop boati shop.

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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. CONCRETING, foundations, house floors, suspended floors, driveways, exposed aggregate. Col 39 4066; Mal 39 1247. DRESSMAKING done at reasonable rates. Phone 394604, 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. PLUMBING and drainage on the Coast - D and K J Harding, Lammermoor Beach. 33 6396. PLUMBING and drainage problems? Call Garry . Bettiens, 39 7988. REFRIGERATION and air-conditioning mechanics available at H W Findlay's. 39 3266. ROOF and gutter repairs or renewal. Phone Garry Bettiens, 39 7988. SIGNWRITER has brush will work. Phone (G')Day, 39 4648 a/h. SLASHING: Yeppoon and surrounding area. Phone 39 1406 or 33 6472 a/h. TELEVISION, Video, Audio and Antenna repairs. Frank Richter, phone 39 2330. TREE lopping, plumbing, drainage, repairs, renovations. Phone 33 6478. Phone 33 6478. VIDEO, TVand Audio repairs. Antenna supply and installation. Frank Richter, phone 39 2330.

V Yeppoon branch monthly meeting

Friday, November 3, 7.30pm CWA Hall


PUBLIC WORKSHOP An Environmental Park has been declared at Sandy Point and around Fishing Creek (Lots 16 and 17, Parish of Woodlands) north of Yeppoon. The Premier's Department has commissioned Bill Carter and Associates (environmental planners) to prepare a Management Plan for these areas for consideration by the Government. To assist in indentifying issues, constraints and opportunities for management, a public workshop will be held in the CWA Hall, Normanby Street, Yeppoon at 7.30pm, on Monday, 30th October, 1989.


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WORK WANTED EFFICIENT office worker - on Jobstart and cheap for 20 weeks - experienced in book-keeping, typing, word processing and reception. Happy personality. You need me. Phone 39 1129. 17-YEAR-OLD male looking for apprenticeship as a chef. Has completed 12 months hospitality course at Rockhampton TAFE College. Lived in Yeppoon 13 years. Please phone 39 6476. 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.

16 - Capricorn Coast Mirror October 27 - November 2, 1989


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GAS/ELECTRIC caravan fridge. 2-door. Phone 39 2460. CHILD'S beginner pony (quiet). Phine 39 4525. Sunday. VW Combi Van, fair condition. Please write to F Howland. c/- Staff, Heron Island. 4680. WANTEDto 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.

WANTED to buy: VW Combi Van, fair condition.

SANDBLASTING: anytime, anything, anywhere.

Please write: R Howland, c/- Staff, Heron Island. 4680.

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

Competitive rates. 39 4633 MERCURY outboards, Quintrex aluminium trihulls. Ken Jones Marine, Yeppoon. 39 4002.



PLANT sale, Barlow's Farm, Tanby Road south,

PLUMBING supplies better than Rockhampton

first road on right, past Kanangra. Saturday only after 10am. LOUVRES, furniture, clothes, doors, cassettes, books, plants, sundries. 54 Higson Street, Emu Park. Saturday, 8am-5pm. • SATURDAY and Sunday after 8am. 36 Ferguson. Street, Emu Park. SATURDAY after 7am, 10 Rockhamptin Road. Household items and furniture.

prices. A.I.S. McCracken Sales Pty Ltd, 24 Tanby Road, Yeppoon. 39 2277, 39 7115 a/h.

PUMP REPAIRS PUMP repairs on site orworkshop by our qualified staff. A.I.S. McCracken Sales Pty Ltd. 39 2277 and 39 7115 a/h.



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. B21554. FRIDAY: 7.30pm, Cooee Bay Hall. Free bus, phone 39 1379. Cooee Bay Progress Association. Promoter: Olive Dorey. Permit No. B23686. SATURDAY: 7.30pm, Yeppoon Town Hall. 5 Jackpots totaling $1000. Best chance $100 in 60 calls. Olympic Pool Appeal. Promoter: Brian Dorey. Permit No. B23737.

FOR SALE RIDE-ON mower, Rover Colt, $500; 3.5kva generator. Honda motor, $800. Phone 39 2319.

CONCRETE paving slabs. 6 different sizes. Now available locallyat Capricorn Rockblock, 39 3893.

SpeechWeekend Specials SOLE AGENCY COOEE BAY: Low Set 3 br modern style home close to shops and beach (It's not an oldie) - Only $59,000 SOLE AGENCY COOEE BAY: Near new low set 3 br home close to beach. Decor would suit the most discerning buyer $83,500

KITCHEN cupboards; S/S single bowl sink; Chef

stove; range hood; baby's bassinette. Offers. Ph 39 3024. FERNS: new consignment. Just arrived. Open Saturday, Sunday. Budget Nursery. Coorooman Creek, Emu Park/Rockhampton Road. CARAVAN. 18' Viscount with annex. VGC. $8700 ONO. Apply site 30, Capricorn Palms Caravan Park. ROCKY Bike Wreckers, 307 Bolsover Street ... always buying bikes. 22 5499. STRONG crowbar. Dig out old plants. Cheap. $15. 39 1492 night. STOVE elements, drip trays and chrome rings ... sales and service. Yeppoon Electrical Service. Phone 39 3835. AS NEW: Yamaha trumpet with case, $350 ONO. Phone 35 1152. LAMBSKINS, cookbooks. mehtais, lambskin toys ... from Nursing Mothers. Debbie, 39 4468:

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SOLE AGENCY NEAR ST BRENDAN'S:Tri-level brick 3 br home in leafy estate. Very good buying at $87,500 ono ABSOLUTE WATERFRONT HOME No roads to cross. Low set 3 br brick $115,000

• 1 x 40hp L/S Manual 0/B Motor, Tohatsu, new, $1800 • 1 x 30hp L/S Manual 0/B Motor, Tohatsu, new, $1600. Both with extra fuel tanks (Cost for two motors $6000)

• 1 only 24 volt submersible bilge pump 5292 litres per hour, new, $50 • 10 only Fisherman's lug Baskets $14 each • 1 only 201b cylinder of 502 Ref rig Gas with transferable hose, half price, $150 Phone 33 6631

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Lock-up Consignment A/H 39 3773 Yard for large vehicles ARTHUR STREET WE BUY & SELL YEPPOON

PETS TWO Beagles: 1 reg male, 3 years; 1 unreg female. 6 mths. $30 for 2. Phone 39 4441.



Yeppoon Dress Circle 4brm ensuite home; close to all facilities; features in-ground pool, pergola, BBQ area, 3 car accommodation; relax on the patio and enjoy the views over town with even a limited seas views. Owner relectantly selling as leaving area, will meet the market at:

$120,000 2/36 JAMES ST, YEPPOON. Ph: 393444 A/Hours: Mark White 394137; Bill Winter 391828; Ron Deasy 391850




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.

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LOCATED only 200 metres to the blue waters of Keppel Bay, comprising of a large 2360 sqm corner allotment with sub-division potential, zoned Res B, Town Services and bituMen frontage. IMPROVEMENTS include 3 br highset fibro home with modern conveniences, set among native trees offering privacy and seclusion THIS VALUABLE PROPERTY is located in a quiet area handy to safe sandy be aches and excellent fishing. Suitable for investment or retirement, the future potential for this property is unlimited

TO BE AUCTIONED ON SITE (cnr Wilbraham & Archer Sts, ZILZIE) 11am SATURDAY, October 28 EMU PARK First National and Cath Grayson Real Estate agents in conjunction

18 - Capricorn Coast Mirror October 27 - November 2, 1989 • LETTERS TO THE EDITOR • LETTERS TO THE EDITOR • LETTERS TO THE EDITOR • LETTERS TO THE EDITOR •

Ominous silence on sandmining ON the question of sandmining in the Shoalwater Bay are of Central Queensland, the silence seems ominous to many in the Byfield community. Federal Government replies to the many letters of protest from the local people have been non-committal and brief. Is our area going to be thrown to the wolves to pacify developers after other recent disappointments? Local residents had felt quietly confident that when the full facts 'were known about the proposal, and the hopelessly inadequate EIS and its supplement, sandmining at Shoalwater Bay would be rejected. Now that the mining company, Pivot, has been given yet another chance to get it right, we feel our concerns are being ignored here. We have decided to make it even plainer how we feel by giving notice to both the Government and the miners that, should the leases be granted, we will not allow the trucks through our town. We will also join with other concerned Australians to prevent further degradation of our coastline. Many of the things we value highly are at risk from this type of development, namely: 1 Our fisheries. An important source of food and jobs could be lost if those breeding and feeding grounds are damaged. 2 Our water supply. Such a vast, clean fresh water supply will be vital to future populations.



Friday, November 3, 1989 Please buy a $2 badge to support Life Education Centres, the Anti-Drug Education Programme for Primary School children. Will you smile for life?

BADGES AVAILABLE FROM: • Emu Park Newsagency • Nora Green & Co, Savemore • BP Yeppoon • Coast Primary Schools


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3 Our recreation areas. Unspoiled wilderness is becoming increasingly rare and is finally being appreciated by foreign travellers and locals alike. 4 Our lifestyle and the safety of our children on the roads. Can you imagine 70 x 25 tonne trucks per day roaring past your door for the next 10 to 20 years? We do not intend to become another casualty in the rush for progress, and we will not trade what's left of our natural environment for promises of wealth, or roads or anything else. We are preparing to fight, if necessary, for however long it takes. - Edwin Francis for the Byfield Community.

Pope, Archbishop visit was in bible THE recent visit to the Pope by the leader of the Anglican Church, the Archbishop of Canterbury, has no doubt caused a stir in some religious circles raised many questions and caused some comment. Some for and some against the prospect of future amalgamation of the protestant and catholic versions of christianity. What most people seem to have overlooked is that the meeting recently heldwas a fulfillment of bible prophecy and that the outcome of that meeting and the futuristic effects from it are easily obtained by a careful study of that book. When this event is coupled with the unification of Europe in the year 1992. it becomesvery evident that the prophecies of the biblical book of Revelation are being fulfilled in our time, and should make us realise that the world is moving slowly and surely towards the biggest battle of all times - Armageddon - which is due to come about the middle of our 21st century. This I know is an unusual point of view and I would appreciate any comments that may be made. - A J Ward, Cottage number 36, Eventide Home, Campbell Street, Rockhampton.

Lack of support for golf bingo I PLAY bingo on Monday nights at the golf club's game and am disturbed about the lack of support from golf club members. The bingo proceeds go to the golf club for improvements and I can understand having the game, because it means the club members and the rest of the community aren't being approached all the time for money. But, the game is steadily going down-hill. The payouts are based on the amount of money taken and if the numbers drop, the payouts are less. If that continues, eventually no-one goes. There are other bingo gameswhere the pay-out is better and that's where the people will go. Why can't the golf club members support their own fundraising? I realise they all can't go every week, but surely they could attend on a monthly basis. Then the club will keep the regular non-golf players. The workers from the golf club who run the games are absolutely fantastic. They do a good job, but unfortunately they are few in number and always the same faces. Why don't other members help? A married couple call on alternate Monday nights, surely there must be other members capable of doing the job. The present callers are very good. If you want to keep the games going, other club members are going to have to get in and help. - S BillTOWS.


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Cooberrie Park a beautiful place THIS week I had the pleasure of visiting Cooberrie Park with a busload of elderly people from southern Queensland. It is two years since I've visited the park and what a surprise awaited us all. It is a beautiful place and recently has received a lot of restoration. The shrubs and trees have been given a badly needed 'hair cut'. The grounds are beautifully kept and even though we are experiencingvery dryweather, the lawns and plants are flourishing. There's a wonderful selection of birds especially pheasants and parrots. The kiosk contains an excellent selection of Australiana. I think a lot of we locals.had been under the impression that Cooberrie Park had deteriorated and wasn't worth a visit. Let me assure you nothing is further from the truth. A lot of work has been done. I believe credit should be given where credit is due and the owners of Cooberrie Park deserve encouraging. It's a lovely place to take children to and relax. The barbecue and swimming facilities are very welcome with summer here again. The bush walk is great too. There was a couple from Switzerland visiting when we were there. The reason I'm writing is to alert the locals to the beauty of Cooberrie Park. We are fortunate to have such a beautiful park on the Coast and it's well worth our support. - Leona McCamley, 'Emu Plains".

Be a community care person... BE a community care person. Do you know someone who has stolen an article? Did you realise that by taking that article back to where it came from, you could regain someone's faith in humanity and save your friend a possible trouble? Did you use your vehicle, while driving, with the intention to harass or upset? Do you know this could cause an extreme emotional reaction from someone with a more gentle nature than your own and therefore cause a serious accident? Did you help someone today, no matter how small it may seem? If you have ever been in need yourself and have been helped you will remember what a wonderful thing you have done. Hoping you have a wonderful day. - A community cam person.

Reader's protest over litter mess IAM writing this letter in protest about all the litter around town as well as out here in the bush. Today, October 22, I went on a litter drive and in one and a half kilometres I filled three and a half stockfeedbagswith litter. Most of the litter was either beer bottles, beer cans or cigarette packets. I think it is disgraceful and that someone should do something about it. Drinkers are titterers. - Nina Curtis.

Turtles or trees would get help I WOULD like to make public, if I can, the rotten deal some residents receive from some government departments, councils, `greenies' and others who profess to have an interest in our lifestyle. None of these people will help us in our efforts to get the Yeppoon Readymix plant to operate within rules and use work practices suitable to being opposite a residential area. They start their operations some mornings at 4.30am and finish at night up to 10pm or 1 1pm. During this period we have to suffer heavy traffic, front-end loaders, cement batching, noise and dust intermittently all day. In addition, they leave a trail of fine sand on the roads and every car and truck passing by stirs this up. If we were turtles or fish or trees living under this stress someone would help us, but because we are mostly retired and defenceless we get help from no-one. We have been hoping to have this plant shifted out of the town area and failing that, have the working hours restricted perhaps from 7am to 6pmweekdays and 8am to noon on Saturdays. - G R Abel, 1 Coolsetti Avenue, Yeppoon.

Stroke, putting competition YEPPOON Golf Club ladies played stroke and putting for Gay Hannan's trophy on Tuesday, October 17. Inez Vale won with 64 nett from Pat Pickering 68, Yvette Fritschi 69, Kitty Jeacocke 69, Glenda Watson 69, Daphne Gregg 70 and Ethel Jarman 70. Pinshots: silver, L McCamley; bronze A, E Huszak; bronze B, P Pickering. Proshgt: G Watson. Birdsnest: V Cox. The Wednesday club had a good attendance of locals and visitors. Ladies' stableford winner was Gwen Dawson and J Tiegs with 38 points each. JTiegs won the first nine with N Montgomery, both on 31 nett. G Dawson won the second nine with 28.5 from M Sherlock on 29.5. Pinshot winners were G Dawson and T Clark and N )141ontgomery won the proshot. Members' stableford winners was T Woodbridge with 44 points from W Towns 43, E Nagle 42, H Hilpert 41, R Stokley 41, W Bartley 42, P Ma rwedel 41, T Longton 40, S Montgomery 40, L Williams 40, M Eggleshaw 40, R Tiegs 40. First nine: W Towns 25.5: G Haskins 27.5; T Woodbridge 29.5; D Cooper 28.5; T Longton 30.5; W Bartley 28.5; C Ede 31; L Williams 31; P Marwedel 31; M Eggleshaw 31. Second nine: A Simpson 29.5; L Best 29.5; R Tiegs 29.5; R Stokley 29.5; R Hansen 29.5; T Jarman 30.5; R Young 30.5; C Williams 31. Pinshots: M Kennedy, R Young, A Pickering, W Towns. Proshot: M Prior. Veterans played a stableford for members and ladies on Friday over 12 holes and there was one visitor, Stan Montgomery from McLeod Club. Ladies' winner was Noleen Garner with 25 points from Nancy Montgomery and Eileen Longton, both with 24 points. The pinshot went to K Howe, in the hole. Members' stableford was won by G Haskins with 32 points from Jack Stratford 31 and Mery Scope 30. W Farrar won the pinshot, in the hole. The ladies played a stableford on Saturday for club trophy. Margaret Prior won with 39 points and it cost her a stroke. Next were Tarni Young 38 and Daphne Gregg 37. B Bartley won two pinshots and N Montgomery one. T Young won the proshot and the McWilliams Wines pinshot went to S Burton. N Royal won the members' stableford for club trophy with 46 points. Next: B Tennent 45, W Oates and T Woodbridge 44 each; W Towns 43; I Lester, M Guest and C Haddow 42 each; A Winter, A Gabel, L Tanner, R Young 41 points each; R Milnes, K Gersakowski and N Drillis 40. Pinshots: N Royal, B Tennent and S Schuster who also won the turkey's nest. Yeppoon hosted the Roy Nixon trophy on Sunday played against Zilzie Golf and Country Club. Yeppoon won, 467 to 767. Best netts: Zilzie ladies, Olive Phillips 72; Yeppoon ladies, Gwen Dawson 64, Mary Sherlock 69, Margaret Prior 71 and Elizabeth Huszak 71. Pinshots to B Sleeman, S Haskins and S Hennessy and C Schuster won the proshot. Members best netts: G McHugh 62, F Huszak 65, V Hannan 65, R Walters 65, J Stratford 67,T Gray 68. Best visitors: V Svendsen 66. Pinshots: A Schuster, W Albertsen, K Clements, S Schuster and proshot to E Nankivell. "There is work going on at the course, so please don't complain about the conditions,", publicity officer Jack Stratford said. "It will all be for the best in the end."

POWERWALKING is now established on the Coast and gaining a large following. Come and join us ... young or old, active or inactive. Age and physical condition are no barrier. Experience the benefits of walking such as: • Decreased risk of cardiovascular disease • Increased energy levels • Body fat reduction • Stronger and healthier bones • Release of stress • Control of the aging process Our walks are divided into levels to suit varying degrees of fitness. We meet at the NATIONAL FITNESS HALL, QUEEN STREET, YEPPOON

Monday & Tuesday: 5pm Wednesday & Friday: 6am Thursday & Sat: 6am & 5pm Sunday: 9am Walk with us along the ultimate road to health and fitness. Inquiries: Julie Courtney: 39 4390 Ilona Higgins: 35 1185

Capricorn Coast Mirror October 27 - November 2, 1989 - 19

60 attend day Cor Tom Poole

Competition for Cowdray's bowl 64 nett takes played to the bell at Emu Park golf trophies

SIXTY players turned up for a morning of triples at Yeppoon Indoor Bowling Club hosted by club member Tom Poole who, when presenting the trophies at the end of the morning, expressed his pleasure at the attendance. Close finishes were a feature of the day only two points separating first and third positions. In first place, with 15 points, were Lois Crockett, Lil Young and May Greasley. Runners up, on 14 points, were Ivy Mallory, Phyl Shepherd and Billie Sinclair. Three teams tied for third place on 13 points and on countback the trio of John Mijatovic, Kurt Renner and Glad Scott, with an aggregate of 22, took the minor placing. Lois Crockett made it a successful day, taking out the raffle ... a meat tray. Last Sunday, Rockhampton St Joseph's club visited YIBC for a five-game match and YIBC were winners on the day by nine games and 47 points. The scores: YIBC, 19.5 games, 320 points; St Joseph's, 10.5 games, 273 points. Best team for St Joseph's was Beryl Price, Stella Langford, Edna Witt, Fred Brown, Lil Higson and Dot Baker who had three wins for 53 points. YIBC's top team was Lorna Wade, Adrian De Graaf, Frank Howard, Vi Robson, Dick Sinclair and May Stockley with five wins and 59 int s. portsman's prize went to the combination of J McIntosh, R Jenkins, I Ames, C Webley and C Olive, which failed to take out a game. Dick Sinclair won first prize in the raffle ... a meat tray. Sunday, November 5, is the date for Rockhampton Combined Clubs v Capricorn Coast Clubs match. Names of the Coast team are on the board and any player not available is asked to cross his or her name off.

Hot and dry at Pony Express

EMU Park Bowls Club foundation presidents Fred and Eunice Cowdray's perpetual rose bowl trophy is played annually by the women's club and visiting teams. This year teams from Yeppoon, North Rockhampton, Victoria Park and the home side took part. The contest was played to the bell with scoring one for an end plus four for a win. At the end of the game the Emu Park team of Marge Wilson, Joy Stewart, Marg Price and Peg Kluver were runners up with a score of 15 and margin of two. Betty Byrne, N Robertson, B Allen and Claire Harvey of Victoria Park took out first place with 15 and margin of 11. As well as winning the trophies, Victoria Park's win will be recorded on the perpetual rose bowl. A consolation prize, drawn from the box, went to the Emu Park team of Edith Gibson, Betty Allen, Flo Huggins and Kath Cliffe. "The Emu Park women as usual put on a good day and president Mary Peacock expressed her appreciation to the visiting teams," publicity officer Marg Price said. Forty-two bowlers turned up on Sunday to play for club trophies ... Keith Wright's day was postponed. Winners were Margaret Freeman, Jack Hoare and Fraser Freeman. Runners up: Esme Johnson, Dulcie Locke and George Cliffe. Tuesday's social bowls winners were Jack Wincen, G McKenzie and Ken Sinclair. Saturday's: Don Stenhouse and Fraser Freeman. At the Central Queensland presidents' day held at Mt Morgan, the Emu Park team of Bernie Lawless, Eddie Mann, Wilf Gibson and Brian Heath took out the top award with good

Junior basketballers showing enjoyment, enthusiasm for game JUNIOR basketballers playing at the Queensland Recreation stadium on Sundays are showing enjoyment and enthusiasm. Under 8s Jody Lawrence and Liam Farr are always enthusiastic participants and played an energetic game. Liam made several unsuccessful attempts to score and was involved in three jump balls. Rachel McCombe demonstrated her improvement by some good defensive play that, resulted in several jump balls. She also made a few attempts to score but these were unsuccessful. Julia Whitehead's increased confidence was evident by her improved ability to steal the ball away from her opponents. Goals were scored by Melanie Elstob (3), Matthew Kelso (3) and Damien Barry (2). Under 10 top scorers were Michael Whitehead and Roy Jackson with four each. Michael played a smooth game, demonstrating good ball control. Gavin Walter was also noted for these skills and played a fine game with several attempts to score, one of which was successful. Alexander Sykes shot one goal. His understanding of the game is becoming more refined and this could be seen by his thoughtful passing. Increased penalties for fouling players whole shooting resulted in free shots at goal being awarded to Ben Newmann and Emily Symes. Other scorers were Emily Symes (one goal, one point), Owen Kelso and Melanie Elstob one each. Miranda Balsys was welcomed to the group. Under 12 newcomer Cameron Blake played an impressive first game on Sunday. Scoring three goals, one point, he displayed good ball control when dribbling and passing and was adept at intercepting his opponents' passes. Richard Corbett, also playing his first game, showed the potential to become a fine player. He scored one goal, one point. • A steady game was played by Kelly Marshman

A SUCCESSFUL pony express was held on October 15 by the Capricorn Dirt Riders Club at Barlows on the Emu Park Road. Seventy-four riders competed on a hot and dry day. Outright winners were Wayne Clements of Yeppoon and Paul Webster from Rockhampton. Clements and Webster also won the 200cc and over event. Second placegetters were J Van Goozen and B Pownall, Third went to C and S Frost of Biloela. The trail bike section was won by Paul Barr and R Slattery. Second were S Swadling and I Barr and third went to M and V Connor. A Duffy won the ironman event with C Fullerton in second place and B Whitehead third. 125cc to 200cc: Peter Barr and D Howland 1; C Coxson and B Olive 2; P Crossan and R Green 3. 80cc: G Pierce 1; W Yarwood 2; J Powell 3.

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who managed to take some good passes from other players. Clayton James and Brett Hansen were eager players who participated well. Other scorers: Wade Purton (4 goals, 2 points), Jay Keohane (one point), Kim Jackson and Roy Jackson one goal each.

Koalas down Cavaliers side

SACRED Heart Koalas won the year 6/7 junior cricket match played on Saturday at Yeppoon Primary. The side downed Yeppoon Cavaliers 118-67. Mark Scherlies top-scored for Koalas with 26 not out and Mark Jones took five wickets for 11 runs. Cavaliers top players were Robin Knobel with 16 runs and Geoff Boon 2 for 9. In the year 4/5 games Yeppoon Colts down Sacred Heart Koalas 78-28 iit the game played at Barmaryee. Colts best were Daniel Limpuswith 16 not out and Nathan Hirning who took three wickets for no runs. Koalas top hitters were David Neil and Paul Channels with two runs each. David Neil took two wickets for no runs. Yeppoon Cavaliers downed Emu Park Lions 107-106 at Emu Park. The close scoring game was enjoyed by players and spectators. Cavaliers best were Steven Gray with 25 runs and Michael Zasanski with two wickets. Lions top scorers were Peter Crosswaite with 14 runs and Ross Goodyer was best bowler.


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Dyer downs Nipperess MATTHEW Dyer downed Shane Nipperess in five games to win the B grade match of the week at Capricorn Coast Squash Centre, He surprised the normally invincible Shane by taking the first game 9-4. Shane turned the tables with a 9-2 and Matthew fought back in the third, 10-8. Shane won the fourth with 9-3. Matthew finished him off in the last with 9-2, showing youth has its advantages. Navigators def Secret Weapons 3-2: Mark Drayton v David Watson 3-0; Noel Marxsen v Kevin Orr 3-2; Mick Teys v Brad McCosker 23; Fay Robinson v Tracey Kime 0-3. Odds and Ends I defeated Odds and Ends II, 3-2: Peter Dixon v Cameron Bennett 3-0; Kevin Allery v Sandy Brown 1-3; reserve Joanne Doyle v Scott Mitchell 1-3; reserve David Reynolds v Alyson Macdonald 3-1. Bits and Pieces I defeated Bits and Pieces II, 3-1: Mike George v Stewart Clark 3-2; Shane Nippernessv Matthew Dyer 2-3; Jim George v Damian Molloy 3-0; Nathan Wigginton v Scott Wakely 3-0. Saints and Sinners defeated Professionals 31: Nick Saunders v Paul Murphy 0-3; Bernie O'Farrell v Clint Marxsen 3-1; Gavin Kime v Rob Wigginton 3-2; Someone Stanford v Terry Bishton 3-2.

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EMU Park Golf Club associates played a stroke for Carmel Donnollan trophies on Tuesday. B grade winner was K Killoran with 64 nett; C grade winner was D Manion with 65. Turkeys nest went to D Manion. Secret holes: D Daly and L Ufer. Rundown: B Sleeman and S Mills. Wednesday Calloway winner was B Capell with 71 nett and runner up was Dan Daly 72. Rundown: G Bowser and A Skilton. Pinshots: D Logan, C Frankish and G Capell. Saturday's stableford winner was Dawn Daly with 44 points. Runners up: J Guthrie 43, S Tucker 40, J Aldous, E Scott and G Capell 39 each. First nine was won by S Robinson and C Sherrington won the second nine. Pinshots: Dawn Daly and P Malick, 2's E Scott. Members and associates played a mixed Canadian on Sunday for the D Macaulay shield. Mixed winners were G Bowser and D Manion with 59 nett. Leftovers winner was C Weick with 67 nett. Mixed pinshots went to P Malick and K Killoran and G Bowser and D Manion. Leftover pinshots to R Weick and K Schmidt. Dawn Daly won the associates turkey nest. A Bisque par with 11.30am draw will be played tomorrow, Saturday. On Sunday members play for the 11th medal and stableford for the Fred Schneider trophies. Associates play a stroke P and C teams for club trophies. On Tuesday there is a foursome draw for partners for club trophies.

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consistent bowling in the two game day. In club competition, Mary Peacock, Dot McKenzie and Beryl Wincen defeated Lill Mills, Pat Tickner and Joyce Barber to take out the ladies championship triples final. Lill Mills, Bill Elliott, Audrey Heath and Brian Heath defeated Judy Ann Smith, Dulcie Locke, Ken Moore and Col Smith, 22-19, in the mixed fours ... an exciting game with an extra end played to reach a decision. In the mixed pairs Kath and George Cliffe defeated Marge Wilson and Harry McNamara, 20-18. Marge Wilson and Esme and Roy Johnson defeated Allan Morton and Kath and George Cliffe in a close mixed triples game. Next week there are social bowling and trophies on Tuesday, Wednesday and Saturday. New starting time from Tuesday, October 31 is 2.30pm to take into consideration daylight saving time. Sunday, October 29, is the Pine Shield against Brothers. The first round was played earlier this year at Rockhampton Bowls Club and Emu Park is in front. Thirty-two nomination are needed for table selected teams in the all day event starting at 9.30am. "The cost is $8 and that includes lunch," Mrs Price said. The women's annual general meeting is on Monday, November 6 at 10am. All members are invited to attend. Tuesday, November 7, is the club's Melbourne Cup special with bowling at 9.30am, trophies, noon smorgasbord lunch, fashion parade and the charge is S6. Bowlers and nonbowlers must book in advance. "Our family social evenings still continue on Fridays from 6pm."

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tors have been undefeated all season and Professionals need a good win to have a chance of making the semi-finals. Secret Weapons are drawn to play second placed Odds and Ends and will also need a big win to be a chance at the semis. Saints and Sinners line up with Bits and Pieces and it is expected that the third and fourth positions will be decided there. This week, new player Steve Kennett, snatched a win from strong performer David Schulz in five. Robert Stewart improved his average when he wore down Bernard Lacey in five. Saints and Sinners defeated Secret Weapons, two rubbers each, eight games each, 11694: Chris Priem v Mike George 1-3; Chris Callard v Brett Odell 1-3; Robert Stewart def Bernard Lacey 3-2; Danny Tanks def Andrea Harvey 3-0. Navigators defeated Bits and Pieces, two rubbers each, nine games to seven: Shane Miners defeated Wayne Stewart 3-1; David Schulz v Steve Kennett 2-3; Andrew Dowie def Val Odell 3-0; Chris Briggs v Neale Royal 1-3. Odds and Ends def Ptofessionals 3-1: Gary Hodgson v Steven Walsh 1-3; Denis Etheridge def Cane Murphy 3-1; Greg Pitt def Larry Owen 3-0; John Briggs def Kathy Davies 3-1.

Saunders, Adams win at Zilzie golf ZILZIE Golf and Country Club's Thursday stableford winners were Cec Saunders with 42 points and Mary Adams, 37 on countback from Betty Sleeman. L Thompson won the pinshot. Saturday's stroke winners were G Assay with 54 nett and 0 Phillips with 68 nett. On Sunday, Zilzie played at Yeppoon for the Nixon Shield and Yeppoon won the shield. "Congratulations Yeppoon on a very convincing win," Zilzie publicity officer Olive Phillips said. "We thank you for your hospitality and an enjoyable game of golf." Zilzie's best players were member V Svendsenwith 66 nett and associate 0 Phillipswith 72 nett. B Sleeman won the pinshot on number eight. A stableford for the I Smith trophy will be played tomorrow, Saturday. A putter and one other club can only be used. A stroke game for Ron and Olive Sheppard's trophies will be played on Sunday.

ROSS DICKSON, back from Norfolk Island, is relaxed and refreshed. Part of the fun of holiday is doing something different so while there, he went on a liquid diet. Now, being a man totally involved in the chish and fips business, it was only logical that one day, after drinking breakfast and smoko, he felt it was time to check out the takeaway food shops on the island to get some solid nourishment. Accompanied by wife, Ann, and friends, he went to the shopping area and found just what. he was looking for, a fish and chip shop. Unfortunately, he had arrived at the wrong time ... it was (wait for it) closed for lunch!!! ••• BY the way, Kay Murray, who was also holidaying at Norfolk Island, made a still (not a movie, a still) of the fun and has selected pictures to display in the His 'n' Hers Resort Wear window. She expects Ross to be pleased! ••• WHILE on the subject of the resort wear shop, a cry for help went unheard from the store last week. It seems a man was trying on jeans without wearing any underpants and he caught a delicate part of his anatomy in the zipper. A cry went out for Bert Griese in the milk bar next door but Bert was unavailable. The man, suffering both pain and embarrassment, resigned himself to be assisted out of his predicament (and the jeans) by a female shop assistant. There was soon embarrassment on the female side because it was one of those jobs that had to be performed at eye level ... and there was sheer fear from the male's point of view because the female attacked the problem with a pair of pliers. This is the sort of story where you could say she pulled and pulled and the story-teller could wind up as embarrassed as the main characters ... suffice to say the shop assistant worked it out. Now, for those who wish to read on to the gory bit, she decided the only way to handle the problem was to rip the zip up (using her pliers) ... then rip it down. She did, he lost some valuable skin which he left in the zipper ... and Kay Murray has a pair of slightly used jeans for sale ... cheap!!! ••• SOMETHING for the animal lovers ... Harry MacNamara, the Mulambin Beach camping area caretaker, was wandering around town on Wednesday with a bag of choice tomatoes ... choice except for the holes pecked in them by peacocks (why does this item follow the previous one?). It seems his vege garden is receiving regular visits by these feathered "friends" and he is not amused. Harry, wait until they start flying onto the roof and hanging off the gutter ... their weight is enough to pull down the gutter. But they're so pretty while doing it! ••• BY the way, "Old Baldy" would like to inform the Pacific hotel Social Golfers that he would have loved to attend the day at the Capricorn International Resort course on Sunday but he had to put out rubbish for the council collection on Monday. Actually, he had to put out one load for the • office and another (much bigger) for home. More to the point, on Sunday, when he was due to set off for golf, his Mummy told him he could not go out and play that day!!!

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