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PEARCE ON TOP OF THE WORLD • JIM PEARCE was on top of the world this week after Saturday's election result. The Member.elect for Broadsound did not take too much coaxing to break into a smile as he :,surveyed the area that will soon be his home and he will respresent for the Australian Labor arty in State Parliament. While the figures 5kcpw he's the new Member, Mr Pearce said he would prefer not to make any statement untilafter the declaration of the poll next week.
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ALP's Pearce tapp BROADSOUND member-elect Jim Pearce said this week he was happy with Saturday's election result. "It was a hard campaign, but with my family's help and the assistance of branch members and supporters I would not have made it," Mr Pearce said. "Mr Hinton has not yet conceded the election and the declaration of the poll is not until next week, after all votes have been counted and preferences allocated. "I thank the people of Broadsound for their support and pledge to help everyone, regardless of their political affiliations." Mr Pearce said he preferred not to make any further statement at this stage until he was confirmed as the Member for Broadsound.
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On Wednesday afternoon he left for Brisbane for a caucus meeting. During the campaign Mr Pearce said: • Yeppoon would have a 24-hour a day police service once Wayne Goss became Premier; • he had a commitment from Wayne Goss that the debt on the CCTO Information Centre would be cleared; • a first priority would be to prevent sandmining in the Byfield area and to extend the national park. He said his 'pet project' is a northern link road, linking Yeppoon with the Bruce Highway, north of Rockhampton. Mr Pearce said his wife, Dianne, and three sons would move to the Capricorn Coast as soon as possible.
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"My sons have to finish their school year at Dysart and are looking forward to starting school here." Mr Pearce is patron of Dysart Soccer Club, secretary and coach of the Rugby League Club and holds a rugby league referee's certificate. He studied land utilisation and agriculture at Narrabri High School and then worked on the family wheat property with his father. Mr Pearce laterworked with the Grain Elevators Board and was second-in-charge of the export grains department. He has been a coal miner for 11 years. He served in Vietnam and received a Letter of Commendation and was promoted to Corporal - the highest rank for a National Serviceman without taking a course.
FARNBOROUGH School student Gretta Mitchell received a highly recommended for an Australia-wide essay contest she entered in May this year. The contest, held by the Japanese Embassy and consulates-general in Australia, has been organised since 1983 for students from years seven to 12 to encourage a better understanding of Australia-Japan relations. There have been an increasing number entering the contest each year ... just over 1500 this year. Junior A, for years seven and eight, is the largest field and Gretta's entry was one of 800. The other two sections are junior B (years nine and 10) and senior (year 11 and 12). Gretta will receive a pen set, a book on Japan, a medallion and certificate.
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INDEPENDENT Broadsound candidate Pat O'Brien was pleased with the total of his vote from Saturday's election. "We dropped quite a few votes to Labor, but with the State-wide swing to the ALP it was to be expected," Mr O'Brien said. "Considering everything, we are very pleased. Our primary vote, before postal votes and absentees, was 7.36 per cent and I expect that to go a little higher. But of course it is the primary vote that counts. "I thank my support group, the voters and of course, the people who helped financially ... without them all, we wouldn't have had a chance. "My wife, Ann, has worked steadily by my side, filling in where I couldn't be, and I thank her," he said. "Whatever the result, and it appears likely that Jim Pearce will be the new Member for Broadsound, I commend present Member Denis Hinton for his work on environmental issues. "Denis has worked successfully with conser-
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vationists on environmental issues. I thank him for his support on these during the past three years. "If it wasn't for Denis we would not have stage one of Byfield National Park nor would we have the three environmental parks south of Corio Bay." Mr O'Brien said he was looking forward to what the conservation movement would be able to accomplish in the future. "We will be watching Jim Pearce and the new Labor Government very closely. Our future has to be cared for now, and we will make sure that future is clean and environmentally sound:*
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LIBERAL candidate for Broadsound Howard Rodda said he enjoyed the campaign and was not depressed by Saturday's result. "I met so many interesting people. I'm not depressed, I'm encouraged by the support we received from the Broadsound electorate after our short campaign," Mr Rodda said. "We lacked finance and because the branch had only just started we had only a few, but very willing, organisers and assistants. "I thank our workers and supporters, in particular the people who manned the polling booths on Saturday, and to all those who helped launch the Liberal Party in the electorate. "Overall, the response to the Liberal Party was encouraging. It was unfortunate that with the huge swing against the National Party in Brisbane and Gold Coast areas that the Liberal Party was caught up in it. "People will now realise we are not part of the National Party ... we stand alone. We are a party in our own right and the electors of Queensland will see a strong Liberal Party at the next election," he said. "After a redistribution of boundaries the Liberal Party will emerge as the senior conservative party in government as is the case in every other State in Australia and also the Federal arena. "I wish Jim Pearce good luck. I said during the election that anyone who followed Denis Hinton had a hard act to follow. I don't know of any local member who has done more for his electorate in the brief time Denis held Broadsound. "Thanks again. Happy Christmas and a peaceful and prosperous New Year to all."
Cluster meeting ' REPRESENTATIVES from almost all Capricorn Coast State schools met on Saturday for a School-Community Cluster meeting. Principals and parents heard about the recent Central Region meeting when parents and teachers from the region discussed common issues of concern. The Capricorn Coast Cluster group decided there was a need for the group to meet on a regular basis to bring about action to solve some of the schools' concerns.
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P HINTON DISAPPOINTED BUT NOT BITTERAT ELECTED RESULT MEMBER for Broadsound Denis Hinton is disappointed but not bitter about the possibility of his defeat at the State election held on Saturday. "It appears when counting is finished I will be defeated, but I am not yet prepared to concede defeat until the last preference is counted as the result could be close," Mr Hinton said. "Broadsound will remain the same as when I started ... one of the most marginal and difficult seats in the State. "I congratulate the Labor team of Jim Pearce, Ross Dickson and (Member for Capricornia) Keith Wright on their efforts, as well as Green/Labor candidate Pat O'Brien.
"While Mr O'Brien only received about 7.3 per cent of the vote he clearly decided the issue, with his exchange of preferences with Labor and his indication to environmentally conscious voters that they should vote Labor. "Considering the size of the swing to Labor of up to 30 per cent in some seats, I have done well to keep the swing against me down to apparently as low as any sitting National Party or Liberal Member," he said. "I still have an outside chance if absentee votes were to heavily favour me. In Saturday's political climate where voters, mainly young, voted for Wayne Goss and change, regardless of anything else, it is unlikely this will happen.
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WHEN a member loses his seat at an election, he isn't the only one out of a job. Eunice Coombes has been Denis Hinton's Broadsound electorate secretary for three years, since he was elected in 1986. Mr Hinton wasn't Mrs Coombes first political boss. She also worked for previous member Lindsay Hartwig for five years. "I spent some time in a real estate office, 12 months with James Bubb and Co and at Livingstone Shire Council for three years in between
CEC could not compete with the parties' money CITIZENS' Electoral Council candidate Les White said his result in Saturday's election was about what he expected. "You can't expect to receive many voteswhen people don't know much about you or the policies you stand for," Mr White said. "I thank my workers and supporters for their help. We couldn't compete with the amount of money that was thrown around by the major parties. "Because of the big swing to Labor none of the independents polled well. The ALP got in with the young vote," he said. "We'll have another go in three years' time. That gives us time to be better prepared. "We would like everyone who voted for us to come along and tell us what they want. We are, in recess now until the new year, but will advertise our first meeting for 1990 sometime at the end of January."
working for Mr Hartwig and Mr Hinton," she said. "Being an electorate secretary is enjoyable. It's varied, interesting and lots of hard work, but I enjoy that. "The job was easier because of the experience I gained over the years. I know a lot of people here on the Coast through working in different organisations. "Mr Hinton was wonderful to work for ... he is a thorough gentleman." An electorate secretary does everything from making a cup of tea to liaising with ministers and their departments, interviewing the public and attending to their needs when the member is unavailable. "You file, write letters to ministers for constituents and issue press releases ... it's a real girl Friday position. "The people contact is great and I really enjoyed it," she said. "You have to be a self-starter and completely motivated ... it's almost like working for yourself. You have to be able to hold a confidence ... that is the most important thing. "You have access to people's private affairs and, in my case, I'm lucky in having the capacity to forget those sorts of details. I don't think I even took in the information when I received it. "I think I have been able to be helpful." MrsCoombeswas due to go on annual leave this month. "I'll continue with my plans and visit my family and then will start looking for a job at the end of January."
"I campaigned on my record of achievement in Broadsound of which I am very proud, but with only a previous majority of 1.8 per cent it was virtually impossible to win. "If I lose, as seems likely, then it was lost in the mining towns where a new S130 million underground coal mine at Middlemount started. Expansion operations at Dysart have attracted a larger and constantly changing population of miners. "Nearly a third of the electorate is in the mining towns," Mr Hinton said. "The decision of Pat O'Brien to direct green preferences to Labor was the last straw, despite my efforts for conservation for which I worked so hard. I do lose the election, Ros and I plan an extensive holiday. I have business interests in Biloela and Brisbane to attend to. These interests have received scant attention over the past three years. "Whatever the outcome, our home will be the Coast, which we have grown to love. This will be easier for my wife, whose family responsibilities during the past three years have been very demanding. Her dual role as mother and political wife was yery exhausting.
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Youth holiday programme CAPRICORN Challenge in conjunction with the Queensland Recreation Council is holding ayouth holiday programme at the QRC Cooee Bay camp. The programme starts on Tuesday, December 12 at 10am and runs each Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday for two weeks. It is has been prepared for people aged between 15 and 21 years. The main feature of the programme is fun. Skateboarders, surfers, gymnasts, musicians, drama students and circus performers are invited to attend. Participation is free and activities include canoeing, abseiling, ropes course, skateboarding, sports and discussing video creation. Numbers are needed in advance, Please phone Coast Youth Hotline, 22 2111 or call at Whites Travel, Yeppoon to register. Transport along the Coast can be arranged, but you have to let the hotline know. The programme will only run if enough young people inquire before 6pm on Monday, December 11.
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6 - Capricorn Coast Mirror December 8 - December 14, 1989 ' LEO Carpenter thanks everyone who, in any CAPRICORN Coast Writers Club members way, contributed to her farewell organised by will be at Yeppoon Charity Market on SaturForum. She said it was a lovely surprise. day (tomorrow) selling the new book '1990' for Frank and Leo are 'at home' on Saturday and S5 each. Sunday (this weekend) afternoon, 16 Adelaide `1990' book is written, edited, bound and Street. They have tried to say goodbye to everypublished by Capricorn Coast residents and one, but with so much to do (lots of accumulahas bush yarns, poems and stories. It is good tion) they decided to open their home. value for Christmas gifts or souvenirs. *** The club's book launch, book sale and endYEPPOON Choral Society's Christmas party of-year party on Tuesday was well attended and is at Upton's on Sunday, December 10 from a great success. 5pm onwards. Mikado slides will be shown. The society will be singing carols at Rockhampton Shopping Fair on December 19 and 21 and at Emu Park Bowls Club, December 22.
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VICTORY Tennis Club, Emu Park, is having a Christmas barbecue and tennis games on Saturday, December 10 from 10am until everyone is tired. Salad, tea and coffee are provided, you have to take your own meat. Everyone is welcome, whether a member or not. Phone Jan Brimmell, 39 6227 or Jenny Cope, 39 6432 and let them know if you are going so they know how much salad, tea and coffee to have ready. ***
THE Hash House Harriers are coming to the Coast. Contact Col, 39 4276 after 6pm.
'UM* Coadline WHAT do you do when you find or accidentally injure any of our native animals or birds? The person who cares for injured fauna is Gail Matthews. That doesn't mean you take your hurt budgie, cat or dog to her ... they go to the veterinary. Gail, 39 3316, lives in Yeppoon Crescent. She arranges for the animals and birds to be released in the wild when they are able to care for themselves. *** THE last 1989 activity for Yeppoon Pensioners League is a bus trip to Rockhampton on Thursday, December 14. Transport leaves Yeppoon Railway Station at 9am and departure time from K Mart is 3pm. Fare is S3 return. Seats booked with Bill Shuttlewood, 39 1340. *** THE Friday Ladies are hSving street stalls in front of Findlays to raise money to purchase a Parker bath for the Gertrude (Gus) Moore MBE Memorial Nursing Home ... Friday, December 15 and 22 from 9am onwards. Donations are needed - cakes, plants, anything - and can be left at the stall on the day(s). ***
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FLO Thorogood of Ambrose CWA branch won the semi-final of the QCWA Country Woman of the Year held at Yeppoon last week. She represents the Central Queensland region in Brisbane in May, 1990 for the final judging. Rae Forster from The Caves branch won the charity section. Other entrants: Pam Harmer (Yeppoon branch); Jean Shannon (Ridgelands); Esme Duncan (M armor); Jenny Hinchliffe Barmoya.
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Copan** Caaattiite THE Coastal Gardeners met on November 21 and enjoyed a tour of the Woods' property, Woodbury. There are two homes on the property and the separate gardens are joined by a large plantation of trees ... native and introduced. Mrs Woods senior and Alan and Kay Woods took time from their busy schedules to show their guests around and discuss the joys and difficulties of caring for a large area in conjunction with running a pineapple farm. The top garden and the specimen trees were the special pride of the Alan Woods' family ... ponds, walkways, bridges, large wooden bird feeders (made by Alan) and vigorous growth attested to their continuous care and work. The lower garden has been arranged with garden weddings in mind ... bush chapel, pools with splashing fountains, unexpected vistas and a riot of colour and scent. The gardeners thank the Woods' families for allowing them to see such a lovely garden. Next meeting is a tour of Rockhampton Botanic Garden, Tuesday, December 12. Tom Wyatt has arranged the tour and everyone is to meet outside his office in the old garden at 2pm. Need transport? Carol Ziebell, 39 3357. *** SUNDAY, December 10 is the first of the Coast's Carols by Candlelight ... in Bell Park • from 730pm. Take a chair, blanket or soft pillow and candles.
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THE well attended Keppel Bay Shell Club November meeting had some beautiful displays of shells to view as the shirtbox displays were the Volute family of shells. Glen Munro's display of colourful Thorny Oysters created interest. South Australian member Peg Wilkin donated a box of shells for the clubhouse restoration fund. Key Logan from Coral Life Marine Park at Kinka Beach gave a talk on marine life exhibiting in preparation for the 1990 Shell Show when local members will exhibit living shells and marine life. Lucky new member for the month was Wendy Shields of Kinka Beach. Competition winner was Judith Kipp of Rockhampton. The Christmas barbecue on Saturday, December 16 will be the club's last get-together for 1989. *** PAM Harmer thanks everyone who supported her in the QCWA Country Woman of the Year, especially the business people and service clubs who assisted in the fund-raising and in particular her sponsors Kristin's Hair Designs and Hedi's Boutique of Savemore. The final total raised for the QCWA and Air Ambulance was $1232. The weekend for two at Great Keppel Island Resort and double ticket on Reefseeker was won by Mr and Mrs K Mochinaga of Yeppoon. Second prize of silver jewellerywas won by Mrs H James of Yeppoon.
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THE Christmas Giggle and Gossip at Capricorn International Resort raised $354 for St Vincent de Paul Christmas Appeal and Father Christmas is resting his knee after 100 women received their gifts. He arrived in a sulky behind a miniature horse owned by Brenda and David McCartney of Milman. Angela and Cindy McCartney were Santa's helpers. May Forrest made a special christmas cake with photos from every Giggle and Gossip held this year iced into the top and all round. The Giggle and Gossip calendar with Christmas photo is available from Supersize Photos.
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Out with the 80s, In with the 90s (at just $48.00 a day, including lunch) It's all happening at Capricorn International Resort over the Christmas-New Year holiday. From Christmas lunch right through to the New Year there's a whole lot of great features and wonderful activities every day and every night.
C RISTMAS LUNCH CHRISTMAS LUNCH, December 25 Traditional Christmas Dinner with all the trimmings, $48.00
NEW YEAR'S EVE NEW YEAR'S EVE, December 30th, Starting • 5pm Gala Cocktail Party Poolside • 7pm Gala Dinner $65 Anniversary House or • 7pm Billabong Restaurant $38.00 Swedish Style smorgasbord • 9pm Nightclub
SPECIAL HIGH SEASON RATES Christmas-New Year Period. Effective 23rd Dec. 1989 to 8th Jan 1990 RESORT: $68.00 per person (twin share) $38.00 per child Includes lunch daily in `Billabong' or `Tsuruya' Restaurants MOTEL: $48.00 per person (twin share) $20.00 per child Includes lunch daily in `Billabong' or `Tsuruya' Restaurants Christmas Lunch $30.00 extra on December 25th Minimum 2-night stay. Run of House Accommodation
Great Holiday In-House Activities
• Sunset Beach Walks • Camel Rides on the Beach • Wonderland Tour by Night • Water Aerobics • Kids Kapers Daily • Raft Races • Field Sports • Table Tennis
CAROLS BY CANDLELIGHT POOLSIDE CHRISTMAS EVE Public Most Welcome
Bayview Tower has new owner, new managers; set to become focus of region has a new owner and BAYVIEW TO new managers and is being prepared to be the "focal point of Central Queensland". New managers Peter and Anna Aronis said this was the task they had been set by new owner Chris Dadson, "a Londoner who owns a resort in Cornwall, one of the largest holiday complexes in southern England". Mr Dadson was so impressed with the region when he visited three months ago that he signed up to buy not just one hotel but also a second. George Callianiotis brought him to Central Queensland to have a look at the Cambridge Hotel in Rockhampton ... and he bought it. He was then shown Bayview Tower and, in the words of Peter Aronis, "fell in love with the view and the motel and bought it on the spot". "He was fascinated with the beauty of the area," Mr Aronis said. "He asked us if we would manage the Bayview and told us he wanted to make it the focal point of Central Queensland." To achieve this, he intends making the Sails Restaurant a "first-class dining establishment" and he has big plans for the 63 accommodation units. These plans include approaching Livingstone Shire Council to strata-title the accommodation units. If the application to council is successful, there will be 63 shareholders and each one will be expected to sign a leaseback agreement, and the motel will carry on exactly in the same style as at present. "Instead of Mr Dadson totally carrying the bill, 63 shareholders, possibly from all over Australia, will be heldping to Market the Bayview," Mr Aronis said. Mr Aronis said he did not know how much had been paid for Bayview Tower but the asking price was "around S4 million". He believes that whatever was paid was good value because of the infrastructure in place on the Capricorn Coast ... "the area is ready to move," he said. Mr and Mrs Aronis were still getting to know the hotel and the 17 staff early this week but expect things to move fairly fast in the near future. They have worked in the food industry for the past 23-24 years, mainly in Brisbane, and are looking forward to their future at Bayview. "We'll be on the job around the clock seven days a week but no matter how hectic it gets, there will always be that view out the front of the motel," Mr Aronis said.
Daylight saving OK with market YEPPOON Charity Market committee is pleased with daylight saving. At a recent meeting members expressed their pleasure that daylight saving allowed the market to maintain the 7am start time all year. A market representative told the meeting that the showground is rented each week from 6.30am and asked that customers abide by the selling start time of 7am. "We appeal to stallholders not to sell items before that time," a market spokesman said. "We must fulfill our terms of agreement with the show society and must not create a nuisance for residents living around the showground. "The market is of value to many people: stallholders as a venue for the sale of produce and craftwork; customers as a source of fresh produce and a place to buy other items; and to the many organisations that benefit from donations. "These organisations pass on those benefits' to people who are in need and also to the community as a whole." The committee thanked the stallholders and customers for their support.
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Charity Market pays out $9496 MEALS-on-wheels, Capricorn Coast Blue Nursing Service, Yeppoon Scout Group and Yeppoon Choral Society will benefit from S9496 of financial assistance from Yeppoon Charity Market. Meals-on-wheels receives 51000 immediately with a further 51000 by the end of this financial year. The Blue Nursing Service receives a changeover car for 54796. This decision continues the market's interest in vehicles for the service. Yeppoon Scout Group lost tents and other equipment in a fire earlier this year and the market decided to donate S500 toward new equipment. The choral society is receiving a minimum of S2000 to assist in procuring new storage facilities for stage props and costumes. Yeppoon Charity Market earlier this year donated $5000 to the Life Education Unit and the SES received S5700 for construction of a• welfare trailer (mobile kitchen).
FAST FOOD Froggies TUCKSHOP Svehdsens Takeaway for —
During the past 10 years the market has donated about $125,000 to Coast organisations. This year's donations total 524,000.
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Dining out on KANANGRA the Capricorn Coast Licensed Family Restaurant - Buffet-Style Menu - Eat as much as you like
Open from 6.30am 7 days
Cooee Corner Weekly Special
'Family Night Friday
SATURDAY NIGHT SERENADE
Children half price Free Children's Entertainment
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CHILDREN WELCOME 14 HALE PRICE, PRE-SCHOOLERS FREE
Tanby Rd South, Bookings Preferred
Special Occasion Group Bookings welcome
Hot Meat Rolls $2
2 Matthew Flinders Drive
CLUB HOTEL """ James St
POOL COMPETITION PLAY-OFF Tues, Dec 12, 7pm $100 play-off on table 1 (only winners in season comp eligible)
Table 2: $2 nomination (winner takes all)
• ABOVE: Susan Dowie School of Drama student Kellie Newton showed the life of a flower at the end-of-year concert.
Bush Children to lead Carols
FISH & CHIPS AND TAKEAWAY FAVOURITES SCENIC HIGHWAY, KINKA BEACH — 39 6666
CAPRICORN International Resort has planned a monster Christmas/New Year week that starts on Christmas Eve with Carols by Candlelight. The carols will be poolside for both in-house guests and the general public, starting at Rpm. Twenty-four children from the Bush Children's Home, with Mary Ellen-Holland, will lead the singing. The children will spend the day at the resort playing games, swimming in the pool and enjoying a barbecue. The resort's pool will be alight with floating candles and everyone at the carols will be given a candle on arrival.
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The BARBER SHOP MON: 8.30-5.30 TUES: 8.30-5.30 WED: 8.30-5.30 THUR: 8.30-5.30 FRI: 8.30-5.30 SAT: 8.30-1 • SPECIAL • Basic Braids & Crimped Hair Style (Appointment needed for this Special only)
No APPOINTMENT NECESSARY
CUTS MEN'S - $6 STUDENTS - $5 PENSIONERS - $4.50 (men's & Ladies) LADIES TRIMS - $6
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Recreation Youth group's plea PRIMARY school children and adults are needed for the Yeppoon Recreation Youth Club. The club offers basic recreation gymnastics, not competition, just the basics. "There is no pressure to compete. We offer primary school age children the chance to learn basic gymnastics," club secretary Pauline Rice said. "We start our year on Tuesday, February 6, 1990, but thought we would get in early so parents could let us know if their children are interested. "Next year we have a qualified trampoline coach to teach the children." Mrs Rice said the club needed an idea of how many children would be interested in joining next year. "We have to make sure there are enough instructors so the children can be adequately cared for. "Of course, we always need instructors and welcome anyone who has had any gymnastic training at all to offer their services," she said. "We offer a nominal fee to instructors to cover their costs, but otherwise it is a volunteer effort. No-one is paid. "Don't sit at home wondering what you can do. Give me a ring, 39 3252, we would be
delighted to give any information needed tc help you make up your mind." The club meets on Tuesdays from 6.30pm to 8pm in the Recreation Youth Club hall, Queen Street, Yeppoon, next to the kindergarten. "Of course, if enough children are interested and the hall is available we can change those times and day. "The club has been in existence for nearly 20 years and is incorporated ... all we need is to find out how many children want to start with us again next year." Anyone interested in having their children join, please phone 39 3252.
ALP win shows no , gerrymander in Old THE Labor Party has been wailing for years about the 'gerrymander' which kept the Nationals in power for 32 years unbeatable. Well, Labor has just won this election on those `gerrymandered' boundaries. They have proved their story wrong themselves. - H M Brownsdon, Noona Meena, Farnborough Road, Yeppoon.
12 Great Days in the Red Centre and Outback
• ABOVE: Budget Nursery, off Emu Park/ Rockhampton Road, is as the name implies - budget - with prices to suit your pocket. Dot Burrough's increased her greenhouse and that means more bargains and plants.
Do you know... DO you know that Iced Peppermint Tea is a great "pick-me-up" tonic in hot weather? Lemon Balm calms hyperactive kids? Penny Royal repels mosquitoes and fleas? Aloe Vera soothes sunburn and bites? Menthol Mint relieves hayfever and sinus? Yvonne Saint Martin has all of these available and much, much more, locally grown, acclimatised for Central Queensland conditions and lots more information on growing and using your herbs. Phone 39 7621 or call in at Saint Martin Herb Garden, Stones Road, Cooberrie for more information. The garden and nursery is open weekends and herbs are available from $2.50 a pot. Herbs are a gift that keep on giving!
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.
20-point safety check for boats just $20! DON'T let your boat spend this summer in a workshop when it could be taking you and yourfamily to Great Keppel for a great day. Instead, spend $20 for a 20point service safety check and get a written report onyour boat, motor and trailer. This is a great pre-Christmas workshop offer from Mark Stephenson, the Marine Mechanic at Cooee Bay Marine, 49 Tanby Road, Yeppoon (phone 39 1675). Phone Mark, take your rig to Cooee Bay Marine and leave the rest to him. You'll have your rig checked from stem to stern and know you can enjoy worry-free summer fun. At no extra cost, Mark Stephenson will pressure test the gearbox and recharge with oil. But .don't put it off ... this offer applies only until December 30!
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.
HOW would you like a holiday that starts with a taxi picking you up at your front door at no extra cost? That's the way the Sunliner 12 Great Days in the Red Centre and Outback Queensland tour starts. Tour price includes a taxi to Young's Bus Depot, coach to Rockhampton, coach to Brisbane ... then the 12 days start! The tours leave on January 10, February 10, March 15, April 15, May 15, June 15, July 15, August 15, September 1 and October 20 ... you must have a couple of weeks free near one of those dates! The highlights are three nights inAlice Springs, Bushman's night in Alice (damper, native fruits, Aboriginal medicine plants, genuine hunting boomerangs and spears). There's a campfire setting, barbecue dinner, picnic lunch at the Alice Telegraph Station, Crocodile Dundee Pub, Ayers Rock and sunset, Longreach Stockman's
Christmas Gifts available at Castro's TIRED of tinsel? Sick of stockings? Worn out with wrapping? Why not have a look at a different range of Christmas gifts available now at Castro's BYO Cafe and Bistro (39 3666). Tracy Hansen has put together a range of gifts that will put some zing into Christmas ... Mintie Wreaths, Whisky Figs, Brandy Prunes, Marsala Apricots, Whole Seed Mustard, Oils and Vinegar, White Christmas and Rumballs. They knock the socks off the usual gifts and are sure to delightt everyone on Christmas Day. Have a look at the range while enjoying a plunger pot of coffee made the way you like it. Incidently, so many people have been asking Tracy to open seven days a week she's given in and now open Mondays and Tuesdays as well as the rest of the week ... but only for lunches on Mondays and Tuesdays. She has to spend some time gathering the ingredients. So, Castro's is now open from 10am to 3pm on Monday and Tuesdays and the usual late hours on the other five days.
Hall of Fame; Mt Isa, Broken Hill, Coober Pedy and opals and Travel Bag ... an unreal combination for a holiday. You get a free Sunliner Express connections to brisbane included in the $999 fare (children $699.99 and single supplement $190). The fare includes most meals so you're not hitting the pocket all the time and you're seeing the real Australia! For full details go and talk to John or Tony at Yeppoon Travel Agency in the Savemore Centre, phone 39 1044. They're your IATA and AFTA travel agents on the Capricorn Coast and that means a lot. Talk to them about the Red Centre and Outback, give them the date you want to leave and they'll take care of the details. It's that simple. By the way, with those free connections to brisbane you can leave earlier than necessary and have a few days off in Brisbane. How's that for a holiday?
Here's a gift for that proverbial person... JOHN BRETZ, the Murph at Murph's Sign 'n Sound in Savemore has a Christmas Gift idea for the man or woman who has everything ... except this gift. It's a combination calculator, phone diary, calendar, memo pad and appointment scheduler ... and it's electronic. It fits into anyone's top pocket or purse, weighs next to nothing, can tell you the date from 1901 to 2099 (great for working out the day you were born or when your birthday will fall when you are 65 and can call it quits at work) and even has "secret" sections where you can record information noone else can find without the password. Look, this is one of those items that has to be seen to be believed. It probably took some genius •half a lifetime to create and it's worth considering as a gift (tell your kids to read this and have $199 handy when they call in). Accountants, Bank Johnnies (Jeannies?), Real estate Agents, Punters, forgetful husbands (wives never forget!), Tradesmen (and women, let's be fair) ... anyone for that matter, can use this gift
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_ ..0 TYPESET, composed and published by Capricorn Coast Min.& (John and Suzy Watson). 2 Orchid Street.tinka Beach. 4703. Printed by the Gympie Times, 197 Mary Street. Gympie. Our postal address is Capricorn Coast Mirror. PO Box 769. Yeppoon. 4703. and our office is located on the cornerof Adelaide Park Road and Cliff Street. Yeppoon. Phone the Mirror on (079) 39 4244. We are open 9am to 5pm, Monday to Friday. The deadline fora!l editorial and advertising copy is noon on Wednesday. Engagement, pre-engagement, marriage and birth notices must be signed and witnessed by a Justice of the Peace. Minister of Religion or a member of the medical profession. ADVERTISING CONDITIONS The Advertiser warrants and undertakes to the publishers of the Capricorn Coast Mirror that no material, statement. representation or information contained in the advertisement: is, or is likely to be, misleading or deceptive; is in full or. in part, defamatory. in breach of copyright, trademark or other intellectual or industrial property right: is otherwise in breach of any provision of any Statute. Regulation or rule of law. The Advertiser acknowledges that he is aware that the publishers of the Capricorn Coast Mitror are relying on the provisions of this clause. In consideration of the publishers of the Capricorn Coast Mirror accepting the advertisement for publication. the Advertiser hereby agrees to indemnify the publisher against all and any losses, costs, demands. claims. damages. expenses. proceedings and legal costs arising as a result of the publication of the advertisement or as a result of the Capricorn Coast Mirror having to correct, alter. amend or otherwise change any advertisement or any delay in publication or cancellation of . the advertisement. ' While everycare is taken with all Displayand Classified advertisments, the Capricorn Coast .. Mirror cannot be held responsible for errors or their effect. If brought to our attention on the FIRST day of publication prior to our : deadline adjustments may be made, but only - . for the space occupied by the error. It is the re•i sponsibility of the Advertiser to advise the Capricorn Coast Mirror of any error and we 'i will not be held responsible for unnotified recurring errors. Positioning of classified advertisements cannot be guaranteed. The Capricorn Coast Mirror reserves the right to alter, abbreviate, omit or re-classify advertisements for any reason. Responsibility not accepted for wrongclasification or for any error or inaccuracy in advertisements placed by telephone.
BIRTHDAY GREETINGS SAINT Martin budget prices herbs, available only from She's Apples (Tanby Roses) fruit shop.
COMMUNITY NOTICES CHARITY flea market, Yeppoon Showground starts 7am every Saturday. VIETNAM Veterans from all services: Capricorn Coast branch of the Vietnam Veterans Legion, phone 39 3722 or 34 4130. CHILDBIRTH classes, books and videos. Contact \..._ New & Pregnant Parents' Support. 39 4523. AA meets Uniting Church Hall, Arthur Street, Yeppoon, 8pm every Friday. Further information, 39 3924 or 39 1320. AL-ANON meets Uniting Church Hall, Arthur Street, Yeppoon, 8pm every Friday. Further information, 39 2241. ALCOHOL and Drug Information Service 008177833 (the price of a local call), 7 days-a-week, 24-hours-a-day. ADULT literacy: reading, writing and spelling classes. Free tuition. Ph Brenda Barry, 39 4304. AGORAPHOBIA (extreme anxiety). Contact Mary, Community Health. Phone 39 1469. DIABETIC Group, ph Colleen Bignell, 39 3141. COMPASSIONATE Friends meet Wednesdays, 4pm, 14 Higson Street, Emu Park. Inquiries, Eleanor, 39 6152. CHRISTIAN meditation group meets every Tuesday, 7pm for Christian Meditation at Benedictine Monastery, 56 Old Scenic Highway, Lammermoor Beach. All welcome. THOMAS Bilney Society meets Fridays, 7.30pm, Christian fellowship &study of Reformation theology relative to principles, privileges & responsibilities of our Protestant Heritage. 21 Jarman St, Yeppoon. Inquiries Ron, 39 4582. BREASTFEEDING information. Nursing Mothers Association. 39 1095, 33 4139
PUBLIC NOTICES HASH House Harriers: Having a run on the Coast shortly. Interested? Contact Col on 39 4276 after 6pm. SWANS Australian Rules AGM, Tuesday, December 12, 7.30pm, Pacific Hotel. SWIMMING pool and shady BBQ area in tree setting available for Christmas and New Year Q._,. party hire. Phone Capricorn Coast Squash Centre, 39 2444 or 39 3321. Capricorn Home Deliveries I
- Fresh Fruit & Veg Honey and 39 4985 Taffy's Soft Drinks
CAPRICORN Coast Junior Rugby League AGM, Pacific Hotel, Monday, December 18, 7.30pm. All interested person invited. SAINT Martin budget-priced herbs, available only from She's Apples (Tanby Roses) Fruit Shop. CAPRICORN Coast basketball Association advises American Tournaments advertised for December have been cancelled. Alison Shackleton, secretary. YEPPOON BowlsClub IncAGM, Sunday, December 10, 9.30am. Election of office bearers, delegates (if applicable), selectors; adoption of annual report; determination of amounts payable for entry fee & annual subscription; notices of motion; general business. Barbecue lunch after meeting for $2.
RAINWATER tank, 1000 gal. squat tank. No reasonable offer refused. 39 1349. NEW seedlings and new stock available at Pineapple Patch, opp golf course, Yeppoon. 39 4078. TWO UHF Apollo CBs, $230 each. 9 Birdwood Avenue. CONCRETE paving slabs. 6 different sizes. Now available locally at Capricorn Rockblock, 393893. SHELVING material. 3m particle board and steel beams. $15/unit. Phone 39 1592 b/h. GIVE a plantfor Christmas. See our range of large and small ferns, also many others. Budget Nursery, off Emu Park/Rockhampton Road. TWO pine single beds with mattresses, $60 each. Phone 39 6444. TERRACE blocks for retaining walls, now available Capricorn Rockblock, 39 3893. MANUAL cement mixer for sale. $20. Ph 391375. DON'T be caught with wasted fruit - buy a Solar Fruit Dryer - then fruit is available all year for school lunches. $128. 39 2312. SECONDHAND furniture, 2 two-seater lounge chairs, 2 wardrobes. GC. 94a Archer Street, Emu Park or phone 39 6706. LOCAL fruit & vegetables at Pineapple Patch (opp golf course). Open 7 days, 7.30am-6pm. Ph 39 4078. LEATHER lounge suite, 30 Selvey Street, $250. Seats five. ROCKY Bike Wreckers, 307 Bolsover Street ... always buying bikes. 22 5499. 22ft CARAVAN, all electric, Queen size bed and bunks. $4000. Phone 39 3670. BUDGET priced herbs, Saint Martin Herb Garden. Weekends only. 39 7621. CAMPERVAN, 4 berth, annex, good condition. $2500. Phone 39 1095 a/h. GARDENERS! Daylight saving means you can spend more time in your garden ... old railway sleepers $6 each. Phone 39 4937.
LARGE table with 8 chairs, $80; vinyl lounge suite $50; store cupboard $25; wooden bench $20; fridge $90. 19 Granville Street, Emu Park (over art shop). SPLIT ironbark posts and rails. Phone 39 1140 evenings. STOVE elements, drip trays and chrome rings ... sales and service. Yeppoon Electrical Service. Phone 39 3835. LOUNGE suite, seats 5, $100; metal detector, $120 ONO; car accessories. Phone 39 4996. LAMBSKINS, cookbooks, mehtais, lambskin toys ... from Nursing Mothers. Debbie, 39 4468.
PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS are open 5 days-a-week and offer
coun inn Services us'ness axation Services 74 James Street Phone
(next to the Rock)
Office hours: Monday to Friday, 8.30am - 5pm
YELLOW DOOR Book Exchange
Tanby Turf Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to Everyone Turf will be available up to Dec 15 and after Jan 8 1990 Tanby Rd Yeppoon
Trading in Secondhand Books
Old Barn 39 7191 39 3119
COUNCIL OF THE SHIRE OF LIVINGSTONE PUBLIC NOTICE LOCAL GOVERNMENT ACT 1936 to 1986 APPLICATION FOR TOWN PLANNING CONSENT
NOTICE is hereby given that an application has been made tothe Livingstone Shire Council for its consent under Chapter 49 of the Council's Bylaws dealing with Town Planning. Details of the application made to the Council are as follows:(1) Postal Address and Real Property Description of the land to which the application relates or applies: CS & SM Powrie, CMB Cawarral. Tookers Rd. Part of Lot 40, Parish of Cawarral. (2)Area of the land: 20 hectares (Lot 40-total of 206 ha). (3)Length of Road Frontage (each road where applicable): 500m onto gazetted road through Lot 40. (4) Nature of Proposed Use: Camping ground for youth groups, churches, social clubs, and schools in rural outback atmosphere. (5)Where applicable- the building dimensions, the gross floor area, and the number of storeys: Toilet block, shower block, 2 cabins and roofed barbecue dining area. Total 90 sqm (6)Number of motor vehicles for which parking provision is to be made on the land: 11. (7) Number of employees proposed to be engaged on the land: -. (8) Nature of any machinery proposed to be used on the land: Tractor for mowing. (9)Zone in which the land is included: Rural 'A'. Particulars of the application and accompanying documents or a copy thereof are open to inspection by any person at the Council's Office 70 Anzac Parade, Yeppoon, on or before 28th December, 1989. Objections to the granting of the application shall be lodged with the Shire Clerk on or before the abovementioned date. Every objection shall be in writing; be signed by each person who makes the objection; be addressed to the Shire Clerk and shall state the name and address of each person who makes the objection and the grounds of the objection and the facts and circumstances relied on by the objector/s in support of those grounds. If the objection is made by more than one person, it may state the name and address of the objector nominated as the person to whom a notice under Section 33(5)(j) of the Local Government Act is to be given in respect of the application the subject of the objection. CONSENT APPLICATION No: 788
15 James St 39 4805
Furniture Secondhand/New Fridges, Freezers, Washing Machines. Good Gift Items,
Tools, Elec. Saws, Drills & Sanders
Lock-up Consignment" A/H 39 3773 Yard for large vehicles, ARTHUR STREET WE BUY & SELL YEPPOON
v SECOND MRs A S
Secondhand Timber • Many Sizes • SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE 66b Farnborough Rd Yeppoon 39 1135 No longer at Hill Street Emu Park
DESIGNER SWIMWEAR You've never seen this before. Way below wholesale Lge range • ex retail • Designer Labels
Bikinis • One piece
all $15 each plus ... Furniture, household goods, books, plants & heaps more
Saturday & Sunday, 8am James & Mary Streets (behind Tanby Roses)
PUBLIC NOTICES Emu Park Living Word Centre
.Charismatic Meotings 10am Sundays Emu Park CWA Hall Inquiries, other meetings: 39 6014 Hempenstall • Noyes- & Associates * Public Accountants (C.P.A.) * Taxation ConsUltants . Z4
Anzac Parade, Yeppoon 39 3740,
YEPPOON DISCOUNT MARKET Old Rockhampton Road (old Skateway)
NOW OPEN: 9am-3pm weekends; 9am-lpm Mon-Fri Discount prices - Direct from Factory to you Children's Clothing • Manchester • Dress Fabrics • Ladies' U'wear SAVE Craft Supplies • Leather Pieces • Cottons • Zippers • Lace ... & more
More stock arriving weekly IF WE HAVEN'T GOT IT- WE'LL GET IT 39 4800
POSITIONS VACANT POSITION VACANT YEPPOON STATE HIGH SCHOOL TEACHER AIDE - CLERICAL Persons interested in applying for this position are invited to lodge an application with the Administrative Assistants in the Office at Yeppoon State High School. Application forms and particulars of the position are available from the Office. Applications close 4pm, Tuesday, 12th Dec J VERRINDER Senior Mistress
ANGL.ISS Yeppoon seeks applications for the position of
Apprentice Butcher at the Angliss Yeppoon Store in the Savemore Centre. We are looking for young people fitting the following criteria: • Age: Minimum 16 years as at last birthday • Education: Preferably Year 12 Graduates but Year 11 Graduates will be considered. Sound achievement in English and General Mathematics essential. Legible, neat handwriting and especially clear figures essential. • Personal Attributes: Clean, neat and tidy appearance; very competent oral communication; mature, outgoing and friendly personality to enable good customer and peer interaction; absolute integrity; preferably a person involved in community activities e.g. Sporting or Community Service Organisations, Theatre, Music etc. Interested persons should apply in their own handwriting. For any further details contact personally, or by telephone, the Yeppoon Store Manager, Mr Gavin Chillingworth.
WANTED KNOWN TREK on a camel. Boil the billy and enjoy the scenery. Phone 39 3248 or 39 4888. MAREE'S House of Fashion, Richardson Road. North Rockhampton. Fabulous high Summer fashions arriving daily. 26 1577. CAMEL rides on Yeppoon Main Beach every Sunday from in front of Bayview. SIGNWRITER has brush will work. Phone (G') Day 39 4648 a/h.
[ Economy prices • Professional standards Cards NO DELAYS • •Business Labels • Stickers Pricer tags
39 4053 •
WORK WANTED RELIABLE student teacher to do babysitting, housecleaning and ironing. Reasonable rates. Have own transport. Phone 39 1510. member of Australian Nanny Association. HAVE your yard, garden clean for Christmas. Any other work. Please phone 39 6311. FENCING. yard building, trees cut and carte, Phone 39 1140 evenings. 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.
BUILDING Local reg builder Keith Greasley is available
work to start or finish before Christmas?
FOR HIRE DINGHYS for hire, 18 Sunflower Street, Kinka Beach. Phone 39 6105. Daily or weekly rates. METAL detector for hire for lost rings and coins. Reasonable rates. Phone 39 1640. DINGHYS for hire, Coorooman Creek, $8 per day. Phone 34 4174.
12 - Capricorn Coast Mirror December 8 - December 14, 1989
AROUND YOUR HOME
WALLPAPER & PAINTING 39 1764 YEPPOON KITCHENS D
39 2419 CABINETMAKERS Modern Custombuilt kitchens Attractive aluminium awnings & blinds
47 TANGY ROAD, YEPPOON
For all your Concrete needs on the Coast
YEPPOON READYMIX Sand and Gravel Supplies ALL AT THE SAME LOCATION • Loader Hire • Truck Hire • or
AND GLASS 1 DOOR CENTRE
39 4410 a/h
FIRST IN GLASS ... FIRST IN CLASS
Coming soon! Yeppoon's First Home Improvement Centre
MASONRY BLOCKS, PAVERS
Select from a large range of Quality Glass & Aluminium Products
• Interior • • Exterior •
FREE ESTIMATES given on all types of Masonry construction
• Free Quotes •
Allan 'Happy' Warren 39 3113
• Security Doors • Shower Screens & Mirrors • Tiles & Access • Roller & Tilt-a-doors • Pool Chemicals • Vertical Drapes • Blinds • Awnings
• SEPTIC TANKS • PHONE JOHN NEWTON 39 3893
'17 years on the Coast' Mike Stokley
PAINTING Interior • Exterior • Roofs
39 2205 or 39 1275
a Cli anl '"iii
34 McBEAN ST YEPPOON
SECURITY DOORS & WINDOWS
R A and T A Jones
• Decorative • Secure • Won't Rust MADE-TO-MEASURE
• SERVING CAPRICORN COAST •
Aluminium Awnings & Holland Blinds
13.8 IF WE CAN'T HANDLE IT ... NO-ONE CAN!'
LEN KELLY'S APPLIANCE SERVICE
39 4644 ... for all electrical repairs MASTER
PAINTER George Barrett & Co • All types of Painting •
Re-Paints Specialist • FREE quotes
PLUMBER DRAINER and
Maintenance • Renovations • New Work
CARPET CLEANING Emu Park — 39 6178
I i p 1Bay C EAN NG
0 RICHTER • • ELECTRIC • COMPANY • Phone
Installation Maintenance Pensioner Discounts
SERVICES 24 years Professional Experience Specialising: Carpet Cleaning Window Cleaning Shops • Offices Housed washed inside, outside Window Tinting
LANDSCAPING CONCRETING AND PAVING 39 7530 SERVICE FOR FREE QUOTE...
SPECIALISING IN EXPOSED AGGREGATE DRIVES
• Retaining Walls • Concreting • Outdoor Entertainment Areas • We erect garden sheds
YEPPOON m°P_E sAT HIRE SERVICE
Ph 39 3807 at 7-7.30am or 6-6.30pm or 39 4318 other times For Services at a Fair Price!
Cement Mixers • Wheelbarrows • Chainsaw Trestles & Planks • Generators • Spray Guns Lawnmowers • Garden Tools • Elect Tools
39 4930: a/h 39 7969
Denis Schofield 39 3680
51 Tanby Rd (next to Cooee Bay Marine) Tables & Chairs • BBQs • Party Lights Bunting • Disposable Dinnerware Highchairs • Folding Cots
Renovations • Concrete Work • New Homes
PAINTING & WALLPAPERING
19 1/2 Years in Yeppoon
Vince Workmanship, Hannan Guaranteed
`We do everything'... Domestic • Commercial • Office Exterior house cleaning • Mould Removal Window Cleaning • Carpet steam cleaning FREE QUOTES ANYTIME
Bob Jocumsen's Cleaning Service
CARPET CLEANING •
LAYING & REPAIRS •
Professional Service Competitive Rates
39 7646 Kevin Pearce KEPPEL BAY LANDSCAPING Paving • Retaining Walls • Concreting BBQs & Pool surrounds • Pergolas
39 2298 Graeme's PLUMBING & DRAINAGE Service
AROUND YOUR GARDEN
STEVE on 39 3646
Floors • Paths • Footings • Patios
Peter and Tony
Special Coatings to reduce Summer Heat GUARANTEED SATISFACTION
Suspended Floors • House Floors Patios • Driveways • Foundations
cater for home handymen & builders
Your No. 1 Home Improvements stop ... 53 Tanby Road 391840 a/h: 39 7622 39 2102
Industrial • Residential • Commercial
Central Coast Insect Screens
Cnr Tanby Rd & Charles St
Installation • Maintenance
CAPRICORN COAST ELECTRICAL SERVICE
Dave Kershaw for...
BOBCAT HIRE 4-IN-1 Bucket • Post-Hole Digger Earth Bucket • Tipper Hire
39 7546 WAYNE KERSHAW
BACKHOE HIRE SPECIALISING IN ALL TYPES OF • EXCAVATIONS & DRAINAGE • No loading for weekends • Radio Controlled Wayne 39 3193 or Noel (a/h) 39 7667 Owner/Driver
Backhoe for hire
4-in-1 Bucket • Post Hole Digger Tipper Hire • Trencher 39 4408 39 3193
4 bucket Sizes • Scrub & Grass Slasher Open 7 DAYS-A-WEEK all holidays
I.C. & S. Stanley 39 1139
Capricorn Coast Mirror December 8 - December 14, 1989 - 13
Auto Electrics 7-day,Round-the-clock Service
Fully Comprehensive Auto, Marine & Industrial Electrics Service 40 Park St, Yeppoon (Opposite Yeppoon Showground)
39 4668 or A/H 34 4146
All types of work FREE QUOTES
SLASHING Modern 4WD Tractor & Mulcher (6' cut)
• Anytime • Local Area
goVIERNIML • Boat Hoods • Tarps • Repairs • All P.V.C. & Canvas Work Patio & Window Awnings • Hire Portable Campa & Garage •
53 Tanby Rd 39 4774
FREE... QUOTE PICK-UP DELIVERY
ALL HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE
39 4777 or 39 1172 a/h
BRICKLAYER Rob O'Rourke has special rates:
Owner-builders & Handymen FREE QUOTES QUALITY WORK
DOMESTIC • SMALL & BIG JOBS
Removalists to the Capricorn Coast
B<>A<> C ,Attb3 REMOVALS Local
• Interstate • Overseas Packing • Insurance Departing Brisbane & Interstate weekly STORAGE IN YEPPOON Eric Sundgren
VIDEO TV & AUDIO REPAIRS FRANK RICHTER 39 2330 DARRELL WEBB R_R ccEopRAEIRss& adiator
f ExYZEcMrinGic We
Capricorn Radiators 53 Tanby Rd 39 4810 RAY ARMSTRONG
No job too small 1 Reasonable rates
39 6845 P and J Caterers
Weddings • Functions • Parties • Bulk Cooking AT PRICES 4215 or 39,7587 YOU CAN AFFORD 39
ANTENNA installation, Wand Video repairs. Les McDonald, 39 3133, Mary Street, opposite Post Office. CASSETTE, Radio, Stereo, Wand Video repairs. Frank Richter, phone 39 2330. BRICKLAYER, retaining walls, BBQs, letterboxes, etc. Phone 33 6143. CONCRETING, foundations, house floors, suspended floors, driveways, exposed aggregate. Col 39 4066; Mal 39 1247. EXTERIOR house washing. Removes mould, dirt, cobwebs. No high pressure hosing. Excellent job. Free quotes. Bubbles House Washing, phone 39 3758. HOUSES cleaned inside and out. For free, noobligation quote. Phone Des, 39 7110. INTERIOR painting by qualified semi-retired painter. Cheap b t good. Pensioner 20% rebate. All work guaranteed. You don't pay unless satisfied. 39 4772 evenings. LANDSCAPING, paving, retainer walls, garden irrigation. For free quotes, ring 39 7530. LAWNMOWING and tidying between Emu Park and Yeppoon. Cheap rates. Phone 39 6138. 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.
TELEVISION, Video, Audio and Antenna repairs. Frank Richter, phone 39 2330. TREE lopping, plumbing, drainage, repairs, renovations. Phone 33 6478. Phone 33 6478. VIDEO, Wand Audio repairs. Antenna supply and installation. Frank Richter, phone 39 2330. SLASHING: allotrrients, Emu Park, Kinka, Zilzie area from $25. Phone 39 6237. SLASHING, ripping, dozing, ploughing. Phone 39 4754. SLASHING: Yeppoon and surrounding area. Phone 39 1406 or 33 6472 a/h.
FISHING gear: Alvey reels, heavy rods, trolling lines, ice box fibreglass fishing lines, etc. Saturday only. 3 Poinciana Avenue, Yeppoon. 39 1219. KITCHEN cupboards; lounge; doors. louvre, plain; cassettes; clothes; toys; odds and ends. Must sell, need garage space. Offers. Saturday/ Sunday. 54 Higson Street, Emu Park. SATURDAY: 8am, 10 Holt Street, Yeppoon. SATURDAY: 40 Hughes Street, 8am. Wall units, BMX, electric train, etc. GUITAR, dishwasher, patterns, children's books & games, other items. 15 Cassia Ave, Cooee Bay. Phone 39 2388.
WANTED TO BUY
WANTED: medium to large deep freeze in good condition. Phone 33 6631. HOT water system. Phone 39 4295. WANTED to buy old furniture, any condition. Top prices paid. Phone 39 1380 or call Ross Garage, Yeppoon. CARS, utilities, commercial vehicles and machinery for wrecking. Ph 39 4633 b/h, 39 4304 a/h. OLD fashioned furniture, china bric-a-brac and jewellery. The Shed Antiques, Savemore Centre. Phone 39 4532 or 39 3442.
PLUMBING supplies better than Rockhampton prices. A.I.S. McCracken Sales Pty Ltd, 24 Tanby Road, Yeppoon. 39 2277, 39 7115 a/h.
OPhiessionk 111 : AAUCa TI:N!
PUMP REPAIRS PUMP repairs on site or workshop by our qualified staff. A.I.S. McCracken Sales Pty Ltd. 39 2277 or 39 7115 a/h.
HOLIDAY ACCOMMODATION WANTED: House, flat or unit from December 23 to December 31 for family. Phone 39 4720 b/h. '
Emu Park First National
AUCTION ON SITE TODAY TODAY TODAY TODAY
Anytime • Anything • Anywhere
a/c LIVINGSTONE SHIRE COUNCIL
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 9, 10am
39 4633 REAL ESTATE OPEN House: 21 Olympia Avenue, Barlows Hill, Yeppoon. Sunday. December 10, 10am to noon. For inquiries contact Elders Real Estate, Yeppoon. 39 1177. CONTACT owner direct. Approx 3ac with 3 road frontage close to beach. 3br house -and 3 rockblock stables (acc 8 horses) plus training track. Fullyfenced, town water plus bore. Ideal for tourist venture, future business, boat storage, pottery. Will negotiate. $150,000. Phone 39 6472.
Thomas Street, Emu Park Follow directional signs from our Emu Park office LOT 1: 8 lots with seaviews & short stroll to Shelleys Beach (Lots 1-5 Plan LN 2702) (Lots 1-3 RP 618327) 641m2 up to 811m2
5 Lots with rural aspect (Lots 1 - 3 RP 620860) 1056m2 up to 1256m2 (Lots 1 & 2 RP 604021) 809m2 each
HOUSES FOR SALE CONTACT owner direct. Approx 3ac with 3 road frontage close to beach. 3br house and 3 rockblock stables (ace 8 horses) plus training track. Fully fenced, town water plus bore. Ideal for tourist venture, future business, boat storage, pottery. Will negotiate. $150,000. Phone 39 6472.
PETS GIVEAWAY kittens: black Siamese cross with blue eyes. 1 male, 1 female. Phone 39 2188. SELL: Staffordshire terrier pups, 7 weeks, $80 each. 39 4332. GIVEAWAY: 8 weeks old black and white kittens (4). Phone 39 2425. GIVEAWAY to good home blue heeler speyed female. Phone 39 6142. SELL: long-haired daschund male, good Christmas gift. $120. Phone 34 4323. LOST your dog? Contact dog officer, 018 792036 or call at LSCdepot between 3pm and 4pm during the week.
I COOBERRIE KENNELS and Cattery We Care for your pets IWOODBURY ROAD
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 391379. 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.
On site..10.45am Redman Street, Emu Park
Rural Parcel (Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, RP 621034) 1.153ha, 1.133ha, 1.143ha, 1.133ha, 1.133ha each To be offered first as one parcel (if not sOld) to be offered in separate parcels
AUCTIONEERS COMMENTS: Chance of a lifetime to purchase prime property in Emu Park
EMU PARK FIRST NATIONAL 396588 Roy Thwaite DEASY & DOOLAN REAL ESTATE PTY LTD EMU PARK 39 6411 Kevin Doolan
NICK CALLIANIOTIS FRANCHISEE Telephone: 39 3788
LIVINGSTONE SHIRE COUNCIL
LAND AUCTION Yeppoon on 16th December, 1989 at 10am 16 tree-studded lots in a new subdivision, within easy walking distance of Lammermoor Beach (Lots 1-16 on RP 620307)
IVEY STREET WEST
1 1,4,/ /441A-
LOST AND FOUND FOUND: Pair of glasses, frame made in Germany, next to Beaman Park, James Street, Yeppoon. Phone 39 4244 b/h, 39 6160 a/h. LOST your dog? Contact dog officer, 018 792036 or call at LSC depot between 3pm and 4pm during the week.
MOTOR VEHICLES VW fitted with Baja kit. Unreg. $1150 ONO. Phone 39 2369 after hours.
MARINE 6hp OUTBOARD spar prop. 30 Selvey Street, Yeppoon. MERCURY outboards, Quintrex aluminium trihulls. Ken Jones Marine, Yeppoon. 39 4002. SANDBLASTING: anytime, anything, anywhere. Competitive rates. 39 4633.
Seaview Road land withdrawn from Auction To be offered in 1990
Shaw Avenue 4 large elevated Residential A lots - 1006m2 each. (Lots 2-5 RP 620865)
SHAW AVENUE 7
AUCTION IN CONJUNCTION WITH LJ HOOKER, ROCKHAMPTON
14 - Capricorn Coast Mirror December 8 - Deceiriber 14;1989-
YEPPOON 'SIGN-ON AT STRAND 35 veterans play stableford game YEPPOON Rugby League Club's sign-on for all grades is on Sunday, December 10 at The Strand Hotel from 1pm. "It is an opportunity for all players to meet the new coaches, executive and committee," president Ken Tanzer said.
A LETTER FROM FATHER CHRISTMAS Just fill in the coupon below, enclosing $1 for each letter ordered and send to
P 0 Box 515, YEPPOON. 4703 Wait to see the expression of joy on the faces of your children or grandchildren when they open their very own letter and realise who it is from. The memory will remain with you for years. And not only that, your $1 donation will assist Yeppoon Lioness Club to help local children's charities. There are seven letters, all beautifully written, and great care is taken where parents have requested individual letters for their children, that each receive differently worded letters. Alternatively, why not encourage your child to write a letter to Santa enclosing, on their behalf, a $1 donations towards helping local children's charities. The letters are sent after December 17. Dear Father Christmas, I have enclosed cheque/money order for payable to Yeppoon Lioness Club and $ (qty) letters, at $1 request you to send per letter to the children whose names and addresses I have printed below. (Use another piece of paper if there's not enough space) NAME
NAME ADDRESS This space contributed free by the Capricorn Coast Mirror as a service to the community
Mr Tanzer was elected president at the annual general meeting in November. He has been involved in league for 32 years as a player, organiser, accredited level one coach, QRL referee and parent. "You became involved as needed," he said. "I was involved last year helping in various areas and enjoyed being involved in reserve and A grade." He also helped with the under 19 side and juniors in the 1989 season. "My aim this year is to push for more home games. We have a beautiful field and are planning for the facilities." The 1990 executive includes secretary John Rhodes, vice president and treasurer Peter Bayliss. Committee members: Hans Fritz; Dave Cooper; Peter Green; Steve Stafford; Trevor Kime; Terry Hansen and Jim Shackleton is delegate to the Rockhampton league meetings. A grade coach is Paul Grant, a former hooker and captain for Yeppoon. He is originally from Port Macquarie, toured France during 1988/89, played A grade for five years and is an accredited level one coach. Reserve coach is former Yeppoon player Gary Horstman. He coaches the under 19 side in 1989, is a dedicated club man and will play where necessary. Under 19 coach is Robert 'Panda' Hansen ... a respected Yeppoon A grade player.
Emus playing cricket at Sunday sign-on A MASTER plan, devised by supporters, to defeat the Emu Park Rugby League Club takes effect on Sunday, December 10. Theywill meet players head on ... playing cricket. The game has been organised as part of the club's second year sign-on day at the Emu Park cricket ground. The club will also present 1989 guernseys to last season's players. Reserve players will pit themselves against supporters, friends, enemies and whoever turns up. Sign on is from 1 lam and organisers are hoping for a good roll up. The club is keen to achieve a healthy player list and gauge the possibility of establishing an under 19 side. A lunchtime barbecue and liquor booth will be available and the club welcomes everyone to the day.
10am, Saturday, 16th December, .1989 on site McBean Street, Yeppoon
LAST week's Wednesday club game at Yeppoon Golf Club was washed out. Thirty-five veterans played a stableford for members and ladies over 12 holes on Friday. Ladies' winners: Ruby Norton, Joan Chandler, Charlotte Somogyi and Joan Marwedel. Nancy Montgomery won the pinshot. Members' winners were Roy Montgomery. Ron Stokley, Edgar Shields, Dick McGlashan. Bill Farrar, Peter Foxwell and Frank Ryan. Jack Stratford won the pinshot. On Saturday the ladies played a stroke for club trophy, won by Sybil Moore with 68 nett on countback from Ruby Norton. They were followed by Lorna Quigley and Dianne Haddow with 69 each and Shirley Burton on 71. S Burton won a pinshot with T Young winning the other two and the proshot. Members played their monthly medal in A, B and C grades. A grade winner was J Garvey with 69 nett. B winner was T Simpson on 62 and C went to A Winter with 65. T Simpson also won the best nett with 62. Rundown: G Rosin 64; N Royal 65; C Haddow and M Morgan 67 each; V Hannan, R Kerr and S Thorne 68 each; M Barry 69; K Clements, P Foxwell, T Woodbridge, N Drillis and W Farrar all with 70. Pinshots were won by J Garvey, R Kerr and D King. The proshot went to J Garvey and M Guest won the McWilliams Wines pinshot. The ladies played a 4bbb stableford for club trophies on Sunday.
Dirt riders' fun day CAPRICORN Dirt Riders Club held its third and last fun day for 1989 on the weekend. B Smith was placed first in the 50cc. In the 80cc G Pearce was first, J Purton second and S Ryan was in third place. J Macmaster won the 125cc section with W Keleher second and P Waardyk third. T Day was place first in the 250cc with J Macmaster second and J Hanam third. In the trikes section D Weight was first with N Harker second. P Turner won the quads. I' Spiers won in the odyssey section with S Bayle second and D Turner third. The perpetual shield went to I Spiers. The club raised S138 from the raffle, won by Tracey Benson, for the Emu Park Ambulance new building appeal.
Maguire re-elected CAPCOAST Rugby Union Club held its annual general meeting held at the Railway Hotel last week. Organisers were pleased with the large rollup, especially of the younger players. Mark Maguire was re-elected president, secretary is Mick Lucht and treasurer Peter Lane and the Railway Hotel is the major sponsor. The rest of the committee will be elected at another meeting. Next committee meeting is at the Railway Hotel on Thursday, December 14 at 7.30pm. All interested persons are welcome.
Ex Morgan's Bakery Factory 1467m2 Industrial Land & Buildings Then immediately afterwards all the equipment therein including baking equipment, freezers, refrigerators, shelving, pressure cleaner, 4.5kva power plant, oxy-welder, Ford Econovan and many other items as per inventories available from:
• LETTERS TO THE EDITOR •
Ph: (079) 39 1177
Call for bike track
a/h Chris Ede: (079) 39 3226
LIVINGSTONE SHIRE COUNCIL
SALE OF LAND - YEPPOON Notice is hereby given that the Council intends to offer at auction the following lands on Saturday, 16th December, 1989, commencing at the Ivey Street (West) site at 10.00am and following at the Seaview Road and Shaw Avenue sites.
IVEY STREET (WEST) - 16 lots in a new selectively cleared subdivision, just a short walk to the beach and recreation facilities (Lots 1-16 on R.P. 620307).
Another plea for track I AM a student from Byfield State School. I am writing toyou to see if Byfield can have a bike track. We would like it made out of bitumen and the gutters made out of concrete too. We would like the bike track three kilometres on each side of the school. If you had seen one of the accidents I had, you would have told me to go to the hospital. So make us a bike track. - James Gillespie, MS142, Byfield.
IVEY STREET WEST
Seaview Road land withdrawn from Auction To be offered in 1990 SHAW AVENUE - 4 large elevated lots fronting a newly con structed roadway. (Lots 2-5 R.P. 620865).
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Enquiries should be referred to L.J. HOOKER - YEPPOON. Phone 39 3788 A.J. BROWN SHIRE CLERK
Dot Frisby wins DOT Frisby won Laurel Thompson's trophies at Zilzie Golf and Country Club's Thursday stroke game with 64 nett. Runner up was 0 Phillips with 65 nett with D Frisby winning the pinshot and 0 Phillips the putting. Saturday's stroke game for Daph Wassman's trophies was won by Cec Saunders with 57 nett and 0 Phillips with 66. The pinshots were won by C Saunders, J Webb, 0 Phillips and F Humphries. On Sunday members and associates played for Tom Pincott's trophies. Members' and medal final winner was Norm Bull with 48 points and 56 nett respectively. Associate winner was G Hicks with 65 nett. Pinshots were won by G Brimmell, C Saunders and D Webb. Draw for pin went to G Hicks. Olive Phillips had an eagle on number seven. Yesterday (Thursday) there was a stroke game for club trophies. Saturday, tomorrow, is a mixed chapman with draw for partners. On Sunday there is a combined break-up day with nine holes of golf with a shotgun start at 10am followed by lunch and presentations.
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HOUSE FOR SALE Alan and Colleen Stickley (and Mark) are moving to Brisbane and their home at 34 Tucker Street, Yeppoon, is for sale. The home features established easycare gardens, large front verandah, open lounge with vertical drapes, dining room and kitchen ... all overlooking bushland, sea and town views. The family room, with large walk-in cupboard, leads to outdoor BBQ area, pergola and inground pool. There are three bedrooms, main ensuite, plus built-in library near bedrooms 2 and 3. Rockblock toolshed adjoins laundry area. 3 car accommodation. Close walking distance to primary school and Savemore centre.
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I AM a student of Byfield State School. We would like a bike tack along the Byfield Road from the crossing to Haines turn-off. There have been many injuries happening to people, including me. When I was riding on the side of the road, I came to a hill when a rock slipped under my wheel, so I fell off. When I got home, I noticed a sore under my arm. When cars and trucks go past, rocks fly up. People who ride bikes are hoping for a bike track. - Michelle A Purvis, MS142, Byfield.
Sybil Moore and M Morgan won with 41 points from Bev Osborne and Sue Hennessy, 40. B Osborne, G Watson and S Hennessy won the pinshots and G Watson the proshot. Members played a 4bbb stableford for Surfside Motel trophies. J Cameron and N Drillis won with 46 points from J Anderson and N Drillis with 45 on countback from B Freeman and W Osborne, also with 45. R McGlashan, W Seaman, L Cox and K Wiggington won the pinshots and V Cockburn the proshot.
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EMU Park Golf Club's associates' yearly trophy presentations were held recently. B and C grade medal winners were M Newman and A Robinson and runners up were K Killoran and R Schneider. Five best stableford points of 12 month medals: M Newman. Match play winner: B Sleeman and L Ambrey runner up. B and C grades QLGU brooch winners were S Robinson and D Manion. B and C grades bowl winners were E Robinson and R Schneider. 12 best netts: K Killoran. Most improved player of the year was G Capell, six strokes. Bobby Jones Tuesday and Sunday winners were E Tomkins, K Killoran, M Newman, S Robinson and R Schneider. Tuesday and Sunday eclectic winners were C Lyons, S Mills, M Newman, E Tomkins, K Killoran, S Robinson, L Ufer and C Donnallan. President v Captain winner, president after play off. Birdie competition winner was K Killoran. Wednesday bisque bogey winner on countback was G Cliffe with + 18. Runners up were C Doblo and J Elliott with + 18 each and R Schmidt + 17. G Capell and G Bowser won the pinshots and 2's R Schmidt. Friday chicken run winner was S Bowser on 27 nett. Runners up were D Scott 29, G Sceney 30 and M Wilkins and Dan Daly 31 each. Cock of the month went to C Sharrock and Dawn Daly and A Skilton won the pinshots. Other chook winners were V Thornton, F Bywater and G Bowser. Eagle two on number two to B Scott. Saturday stableford winner was S Bowser, 44 ints, on countback from B Rowland. Others: Robinson 41 and A Jewell 38. First nine winnerwas D Mark-well with 24 and second nine went to M Wilkins on 20. Dawn Daly and A Jewel won the pinshots. Sunday's JEM Syndicate winners medal were G Kington with 56 nett. Runner up was J Field 59. Non-medal winner was B Scott 57 and K Schmidt with 64 was runner up. Associates's gross winner was S Robinson with 86 from K Killoran 90. Nett winner was A Robinson on 66 from runner up S Mills 69. Members and associates pinshots: R Weick, P Malick, G Kington, D Daly and E Tomkins. Friday's chicken run tees off between 4pm and 4.30p.m. Tomorrow, Saturday, is the competition break-up with stroke play and a barbecue to follow with a games night. Progressive dxaw is from 10.30am. On Sunday members and associates play a single stableford for J Tomkins trophies. The Tuesday associates are in recess until. February 6, 1990.
St James' day ST JAMES Indoor Bowls Club last trophy afternoon for 1989 was hosted by vice presidents Audrey Abel and Eva Gardner and secretary Kath McllWraith. Thirty players enjoyed the afternoon and a special surprise was the visit of Nancy Jarvie and Ellen L'Estrange. They also attended the Christmas break-up at Kanangra on Saturday. Two members were welcomed back to the club after an overseas trip ... Alice Balston and Nell Nicholls. The last game for 1989 is on Thursday, De(W :tuber and play starts in 1990 on January 25
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62 nett wins medal for Eric Scott Cricket draw EMU Park Golf Club had a stroke and stableford for the club's final medal of the year on November 5 and Eric Scott won with a score of 62 nett ... his first medal for a few years. Dan Daly took the runner up prize with 63. Three players received balls in the rundown John Fields, Bob Mills and Bevan Scott - all with 65. Pinshots went to Richie Robinson, Dan Daly and the overall to John Fields. The trophies were presented by Sandy McMillan representing Farmers Centre. He told members the trophy day would be an annual event. Players competed in warm and sunny conditions on Sunday, November 12 when they played a 4bbb stableford for Lyn and Ken Ufer's trophies. Winners were Sonia Robinson and Marie Rowland with a tally of 51 points ... they sizzled around the course. Runners up were Dave Logan and Doreen Manion with a good round of 48. Gross winners were Phil Moran and Dan Daly with 76 nett. Eric Scott and Peter Malick won the men's pinshots and Doreen Manion and Sonya Robinson the women's. Kay Killoran and Bernie Manion won the long drive and encouragement award went to Eunice Tomkins and Gloria Smith. Rundown: Bernie Manion and Rita Schneider; Kay Killoran and John Guthrie; Helmet Lewandowsky and Brad Rowland. President Richie Robinson achieved his first hole in one on the par 3 16th hole on November 11... it's the third hole in one at Emu Park for 1989. Forty-one players contested John and Kit Houlihan's day on Sunday, November 19 in a mixed chapman. Winners were Nancy Crowhurst and John Guthrie with a nett of 55. Pinshots went to Brian Capell and Clair Lyons on one and John and Nancy took out the pinshot on number five. Leftovers played a single stroke game that Eddie Simpson won with 61 nett. Ball winners in the rundown were John Fields, Rod Blair and Wayne Urquhart, all with 64 nett. Pinshots went to Rod Blair on the first and sixth hole. Twenty-nine members played a single stableford for Dan Daly's trophies on November 26.
Winner, with 43 points, was Brad Rowland and runner up was Eddie Simpson on 38. He collected his prize after a countback from Dave Logan and Peter Malick, also with 38 points. The players, along with Wayne Urquhart on 37 points, collected balls in the rundown. Pinshots went to Peter Malick and Freddie Schneider. Freddie was also the gross winner with 80 off the stick in a countback from Peter Malick. Members play a single stableford for J Tomkins trophy in Sunday, December 10. December 17 is break-up day with an 18 hole Canadian, galloway handicap, arrange for members, associates, juniors and non-golfers for club trophies. A barbecue follows. December 24 is an Ambrose event for Dave Ogg trophies (to be confirmed). December 31 is to be arranged, New Year's Eve flag competition trophy.
THE second grade cricket game between Capricorn Coast and Grammar ended in a draw. Grammar resumed its innings at 7/196 and declared at 8/228 after 50 minutes ... the time allowable to bat on the second day if the side batting first has batted all day on the first day. Coast started its innings disastrously when, at one stage, the side was four wickets down for 58 runs. A 60 run partnership between Jason Dawes and Brod Gough, followed by another 54 run partnership between Jason Dawes and Brad West ensured Coast would at least salvage a draw. Jason Dawes top-scored with an unbeaten 86 and Brad West made a quick-fire 29 not out which included two sixes. Brad Gough scored 17 and Keith Semmler, promoted to opening batsman for the first time, scored a patient 13. Jason Dawes was named man-of-the-match donated by Greg Simpson's Yeppoon Panel and Paint and Ray Armstrong's Yeppoon Tyre Service. Second grade plays Parkana at home starting 12.45pm in the last game before Christmas.
Singing Ship AGM SINGING Ship Indoor Bowls Club annual general meeting was held on Saturday. Patron Eric Humphries was welcomed and presided over the meeting during th election of officers. The following officers were re-elected: president Trevor Gardner; secretary/treasurer Billy Stevenson; vice president Beryl Wenck; junior vice president Charlie Stratford; publicity officer Iris Smith; selectors, Beryl Wenck and Marj Wilson. Other members elected to the committee: Esme Johnson as a selector and Iris Smith and Lloyd Stewart as joint games directors. The club's Christmas break-up lunch is on Saturday, December 16 in the Emu Park Cultural Hall, starting at noon.
$100 trophies TO celebrate Sunday's re-opening of Yeppoon Bowls Club green after renovations, Goff and Justine Morgan have donated $100 for the mixed fours. 6 The day starts with the men's annual general meeting at 10am, followed by a barbecue at about 11.30am (S2 per person). Goff and Justine Morgan's mixed bowls start at 1.30pm. The ladies thank the parent club for its assistance, co-operation and generosity with trophies during 1989. "We wish them all a Merry Christmas," publicity officer Ivy McNamara said. The ladies play for trophies donated by the Men's Social Club on Tuesday, December 12 at 1pm. Names must be phoned in or place on the list no later than 11.30am. "They have given us a very generous donation, so please turn up and show your appreciation. It helps to keep that bond between us strong and of course the afternoon will be fun."
Atcheson champion. CAPRICORN Coast indoor bowls player Arthur Atcheson is champion of champions after winning the Rockhampton association's singles ... for the first time in 10 years. He also won the player of the year award when he gained 103 points. Bonnie Atcheson was the highest scoring woman with 99 points. Together they won the John Clark pairs and Easter pairs and then teamed with Coast couple Ken and Lois Crockett for the Rock fours, Easter fours and champion fours. Mr Atcheson has gained places in 16 competitions this year.
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George Cliffe elected president GEORGE Cliffe was elected Emu Park Bowls Club president at the annual general meeting held on Sunday. He has been a member of the club since 1984 and has held the positions of games director, selector and vice president. The new committee: patron Sam Wood; senfor vice president John Devine; junior vice president Alan Price; treasurer Bill Elliott; secretary Marg Price; games director Brian Heath; green director Chick Stanley; providore John Aitken; CQ delegates George Cliffe and John Aitken. Committeemen: Wolfgang Beilharz; Basil Buttsworth; Roy Johnson; Lew Tickner; Graeme Tasker; Lloyd Stewart. Selectors: Alan Price; Basil Buttsworth; Roy Johnson. Auditor is Jack Cochrane and solicitor Warren Rinkevich. The club had a successful year socially and financially and the new committee is looking forward to continuing the success in 1990. Sunday, December 10 is the club's last day of bowling for 1989 and everyone is welcome to join in the annual Skirts v Shirts (women v men). Members and visitors are invited to nominate for the table selected game which starts at 1pm. "After the game we will sit down for tea," publicity officer Marg Price said. "It is cold meat provided by the club and everyone is asked to bring a plate of salad, savouries or sweets." Presentations for ladies, men's and mixed awards will be made after the meal. Friday night social continue through the bowling break and a fancy dress party has been organised for Friday, December 22. This week's trophies: Tuesday, Allan Morton, Alan Price and Ken Farrer with 20 points; Wednesday, Ruth Forrest, Esme Johnson and Mo Stewart with 18 points; Saturday, Jim Stouritis, Peg Kluver and Dick Prior with 22 points. Lill Mills, Bill Elliott and Audrey and Brian Heath defeated Ruth Forrest, Jack and Beryl Wincen and Dick Brown in the mixed fours
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Top tennis players moving south TWO of the Capricorn Coast's top junior tennis players, Darren and Rachel Sargood, are leaving to live in Toowoomba. Darren started playing tennis in the early days of the Capricorn Coast Junior Tennis Association and was the first Yeppoon boy to win a Queensland State title and represent the State.
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He was Central Queensland 16 year champion in 1985/86. He moved to Brisbane and attended the School of Excellence to further his tennis and complete years 11 and 12 ... with tennis as a subject. After graduation Darren returned to Yeppoon and took up coachingwith the Bevan Mulholland School of Tennis. "He has done an excellent job coaching young junior players," Mr Mulholland said. "Rachel also has a fine record as a tennis player and as a friend to all her fellow players." She was the number one girl player in the Central Queensland from under 10 to under 16. "This is a feat on its own," he said. "Rachel is one of Rockhampton's best open women's players and was recently selected to represent Queensland in the interstate clash in New South Wales." Mr Mulholland said the Coast junior players wish Darren and Rachel all the best for the future. "We thank them for their contribution to tennis on the Capricorn Coast."
Outright victory CAPRICORN Coast third grade cricket side scored an outright victory over Brothers by 10 wickets on the weekend. Brothers, in its second innings, was dismissed for 132. Mick Barsby took four for 29 from 15 overs, Steve Christie was 1/32 from eight, Tony Ellison scored none for 26 from seven and Peter Huxtable took two for 37 from nine overs. Peter Huxtable took a good catch and bowled to dismiss a batsman who had settled in comfortably, scoring 45 runs. Coast easily scored the required runs with Ken Dunning 11 not out and Jeff Huxtable nine not out. Mick Barsby won the man-of-the-match, donated by Carpet and Vinyl Services, Yeppoon. Last week there was an error in the third grade write-up. It should have read: "Matthew Williams bowled economically, conceding only eight runs from five overs and also collected two run outs." This weekend Coast plays Easts in Rockhampton, starting at 12.45pm in the last game before Christmas.
YIBC barbecue day THIS Sunday, December 10, a bowls-barbecue afternoon will be held by Yeppoon Indoor Bowling Club at the playing arena in Yeppoon Showground. It is the last of a long list of activities held over the year and is for members and clubinvited guests. The club goes into recess on Friday night, December 15, and resumes on Wednesday, January 17, 1990.
HAVE you met anyone yet who actually admits they voted Labor? Funny how Labor won, no-one seems to have voted for them! ••• IT was the same in 1972 when Whitlam won ... no-one voted for him, either, at least, no-one who normally voted Liberal or National!!! ••• ELECTION nights are great times for curling up on the lounge with a bag of Minties, a block of chocolate and the ABC's TV coverage ... but not last Saturday night. Last Saturday night the ABC seemed to forget that Queensland is Australia's most decentralised State ... all they covered was a select few seats in the south-east corner. The coverage was boring. The commentators kept saying the same things over and over again. "Old Baldy," who only listens to the ABC radio and mostly watches ABC TV (unless the kids stick a bit of paper over the hole in front of that video clicking thing) gave up on the coverage and went over to Seven ... and struck an interview with Martin Tenni who used to be something or other in the previous government. Tenni remarked that anyone who voted Labor was actually voting Communist then was joined by Sir Joh and the two of them muttered away about how tough things were in their old party. In desperation, "OB" went back to the ABC and was told, for the umpteenth time, that it was "an historic night", that December 2 was the same date that Whitlam came to power, that Labor had at least 15 seats majority ... and never once, not once, learned how the vote went in Callide, Rockhampton, North Rockhampton or Peak Downs (he already knew about Broadsound because he'd been at the courthouse until 8pm for the final figures). So, rather than go back to Tenni and Joh he rang Information, took down the ABC's Toowong studio number and phoned in a complaint. Before he'd started, the sweetest, best-trained telephonist in Australia agreed with him. She told him she'd had heaps of calls from rural Queensland and that a call of the board would take place at 10.30pm. She was so good at her job she knocked the wind out of his sails (he reckoned it was like trying to argue with Suzy). So, tail between his legs, he popped another Mintie and waited!!! ••• ANYWAY, the call of the board was held, as promised, and "OB" couldn't read the computer-generated information. At one stage, mercifully, the computer went down and they had to cross to the good old black and white boards ... and that was the only time he found out what was happening. He reckons he must be getting old. By the way, did you notice that the whoopee-poo computer information neglected to carry the number of people on the roll in each seat? A disappointing night from the TV point of view!!! ••• MEMO to Mr Goss ... surely, after all the research that went into Labor's victory, after all the careful choice of words and pictures, couldn't you have found some other expression than "the ordinary people" to describe us in your victory speech? Politicians who like to refer to "the little people" have short careers ... "ordinary people" must rank number two to that expression. What's wrong with "people", or, as Whitlam used to say, "Men and Women of Australia". Still, Mr Goss gets a honeymoon from the media as does any new politician ... but "ordinary people"? Frankly, the Queenslanders who swung 180 degrees to vote Labor are far from ordinary ... they overcame a gerrymander that was anything but "ordinary"!
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