Friday, 16 August 2019

Rotary Club of Maleny Bulletin for 21st August 2019


"THE RANGE"  Vol. 61 No.4
WEDNESDAY 21ST AUGUST 2019

THIS WEEK'S MEETING
Maleny Hotel at 6:30 for 7:00pm for a Business Meeting.

APOLOGIES AND MEALS
Apologies please to Bernice before noon on Tuesday.

DUTY ROSTERS                
                           21st Aug          4th Sep         18th Sep     
Duty Officer        Laurelle O       Greg W         TBA                                
Assist DO           Michael G        Lionel T   
Registration        John W            Jeff C        
Fellowship          Chris B             Ric T    

SAUSAGE SIZZLE ROSTER
24th August
Roly Neiper (Leader)  Keith Rogers  Paulette Steele

7th September
Jim Atkinson (Leader) Michael & Sherryl Gregory

21st September
TBA

PRESIDENT'S NOTES
The meeting this week, being the third Wednesday of the month, will be the first of the Business focus meetings. The aim of this format is the keep all members of the club informed of current projects and upcoming events. There will also be a member “Show and Tell” segment. Put your thinking caps on to come up with what you can show & tell us all- meant to be a bit of fun.

Since the Changeover I’ve been meeting with Directors to fine-tune their portfolios for the coming Rotary year. Each Director will be choosing a deputy or two to assist them. Each area has sub-committees which will report periodically to the Director. It would be good if every member was involved in one or more of these sub-committees. Engagement in these different areas of service will enrich our Rotary experience. We are all volunteers, so it is good to share the load. At the meeting this week I will give out an outline of each Director’s area of responsibility and the sub-committees within those areas.

Planning is well underway for our 60th Anniversary dinner in October. 60 years of service is certainly a big milestone in the life of the club. Some of you may remember that my Father Ian attended the Charter Night of the Rotary Club of Maleny on Saturday 10 October 1959. He was a charter member of the Rotary Club of Pine Rivers, also chartered in 1959. Dad kept the Charter Night brochure produced for the night as a souvenir– quite a fancy publication, and I now have it as a treasured Rotary momento. The menu for the night was a reflection of food of the time. This was the menu:
MENU
DRINKS AND SAVOURIES
FISH ENTRÉE
MEATS
York Ham, Poultry, Tongue
SALADS
Mixed Green -- Salad Garnished
With Potato Salad and Mayonnaise
SWEETS
Apple Tart and Cream
Plum Pudding and Custard
FRUIT CUP AND SQUASH
NUTS CRACKERS AND CHEESE
TEA OR COFFEE

The Premier of Queensland the Hon G. F. R. Nicklin, MLA attended and gave the response to the toast to ‘The Ladies, Our Guests and Visitors’. I will talk a bit more about the agenda of the Charter night as it is a great piece of social history, not only for our club but for the town of Maleny in general.

MINUTES OF MEETING OF 7TH AUGUST
PP Alan opened the meeting by welcoming members, visiting Rotarians from the Otaki Club in New Zealand and Guest Speaker Colin Dunn with his wife Maureen.

Lionel mentioned that the photos for the 2020 Rotary calendar will be going up on Monday 2nd September at 3.00pm at Maple3. Jim has been designated to manage this so if anyone else is looking to assist, contact Jim.

Lionel also mentioned that they are looking for a couple of more sales outlets to sell them through as they have lost a couple this year.

Bernice asked if the month of August was right this year!

‘Show & Tell’ was commenced tonight by Alan Wilson and he was the first participant of this new activity at dinner meetings. He produced an Austrian bayonet that was mistakenly bought instead of an Australian one. A bigger item was a Japanese officer’s sword which Alan’s father had brought back from WW2. Alan inherited it after his father has passed away. Both were passed around the room very gingerly.

We had Rotarian guests from New Zealand, Derek and Rosalie. Derek is a two time president. He spoke about his club in Otaki, which is about one hour north of Wellington. Otaki is a new and small Rotary club that is trying to get its membership numbers up. He reported that the Otaki club has a strong youth programme and has an Interact club. NZ has a problem with youth suicide and the club is trying to assist in that area. They also do a lot to fight polio.

Our guest speaker was Colin Dunn who has lived in Maleny for 7 years. He spoke briefly about his various occupations which have included aircraft engineering, pilot, pastor and now working in OHS. As well, he has lived in many places – various states in Australia, South NZ for 7 years, 17 years moving around the Pacific including PNG and the Kiribati Islands, the latter which he was asked to speak mostly about.

Colin spent 3 years in Kiribati, which is made up of 33 coral atolls covering over 8,000,000 square kilometres. Kiribati is part of Micronesia. It has a population of 120,000 people and relies heavily on foreign aid as it has little natural resources. The one industry they have is tuna fishing.

The biggest problems the islands face is water and sanitation which ultimately means health. They have a high level of diabetes as their diet is made up of a lot of white rice and wheat and loads of sugar. The average lifespan there is 55 for males and 63 for females.

They have their own language which is made of only 15 letters and is very hard to learn. To travel there, you want to make sure you get all your shots especially Hepatitis. They have very little tourism.

Paulette gave the vote of thanks.

FUTURE MEETINGS & EVENTS
28th August
No formal meeting. 

4th September
Maleny Hotel at 6:30 for 7:00pm for Guest Speaker Anne-Louise Underwood on Assisted Care System.

11th September
Board Meeting at the Masonic Hall.

18th September
Maleny Hotel at 6:30 for 7:00pm for a Business Meeting.

25th September
No formal meeting.

2nd October
Maleny Hotel at 6:30 for 7:00pm for USC Survey Report

WEDDING ANNIVERSARIES FOR AUGUST
15th  Phillip and Janice Stark  29th Angela and Mike

BIRTHDAYS FOR AUGUST
17th Malcolm Baker  20th Jocelyn Brooker  28th Mary Wilson and Lionel Tilley

AND NOW FOR SOMETHING DIFFERENT
A TRUE WAR STORY
POWs AND MONOPOLY




 Starting in 1940, an increasing number of British, Australian and Canadian Airmen found themselves as the involuntary guests of the Third Reich, and the Crown was casting about for ways and means to facilitate their escape. Now obviously, one of the most helpful aids to that end is a useful and accurate map, one showing not only where stuff was, but also showing the locations of 'safe houses' where a POW on-the-lam could go for food and shelter.

Paper maps had some real drawbacks - they make a lot of noise when you open and fold them, they wear out rapidly, and if they get wet, they turn into mush.

Someone in MI-5 got the idea of printing escape maps on silk. It's durable, can be scrunched-up into tiny wads, and unfolded as many times as needed, and makes no noise whatsoever. At that time, there was only one manufacturer in Great Britain that had perfected the technology of printing on silk, and that was John Waddington Ltd.  When approached by the government, the firm was only too happy to do its bit for the war effort.

By pure coincidence, Waddington was also the U.K. Licensee for the popular American board game Monopoly.  As it happened, 'games and pastimes' was a category of item qualified for insertion into ‘CARE packages', dispatched by the International Red Cross to prisoners of war.

Under the strictest of secrecy, in a securely guarded and inaccessible old workshop on the grounds of Waddington's, a group of sworn-to-secrecy employees began mass-producing escape maps, keyed to each region of Germany, Italy, France or where ever Allied POW camps were located.  When processed, these maps could be folded into such tiny dots that they would actually fit inside a Monopoly playing piece.

As long as they were at it, the clever workmen at Waddington's also managed to add:
- a playing token, containing a small compass.
-  two-part metal file that could easily be screwed together.
- useful amounts of genuine high-denomination German, Italian, and French currency, hidden within the piles of Monopoly money!

Air crews, taking off from the UK on their first mission, were advised how to identify a 'rigged' Monopoly set – by means of a tiny red dot, one cleverly rigged to look like an ordinary printing glitch, located in the corner of the Free Parking square.

Of the estimated 35,000 Allied POWS who successfully escaped, an estimated one-third were aided in their flight by the rigged Monopoly sets.  Everyone who did so was sworn to secrecy indefinitely, since the British Government might want to use this highly successful ruse in another future war.

The story wasn't declassified until 2007, when the surviving craftsmen from Waddington's, as well as the firm itself, were finally honoured in a public ceremony.

It's always nice when you can play that 'Get Out of Jail Free' card!

An interesting bit of history.

Thursday, 1 August 2019

Rotary Club of Maleny Bulletin for 7th August 2019

THE RANGE"  Vol. 61 No.3
WEDNESDAY 7TH AUGUST 2019

THIS WEEK'S MEETING
Maleny Hotel at 6:30 for 7:00pm for Guest Speaker Colin Dunn on Kiribati Experiences.

APOLOGIES AND MEALS
Apologies please to Bernice before noon on Tuesday.

DUTY ROSTERS                
                           7th August       21st August     4th September     
Duty Officer        Jim A               Laurelle O       Greg W                        
Assist DO           Paulette S        Michael G        Lionel T   
Registration        Bernice McL    John W            Jeff C        
Fellowship          John McL         Chris B            Ric T

SAUSAGE SIZZLE ROSTER
10th August
Lionel Tilley (Leader) James  McCormack  John Whan

24th August
Roly Neiper (Leader)  Keith Rogers  Paulette Steele

7th September
Jim Atkinson (Leader) Michael & Sherryl Gregory

PRESIDENT'S NOTES
July was a busy month for the club. The DG visited and we gave Darryl and Laura a tour of local Rotary projects which reminded me of the amazing number of areas that the club has been involved with in the local community over the years. Thanks to the members who have been involved over the past two weekends in community events on the Range. These were the Velothon Sunshine Coast, the Queensland Cross Country Championships at the Golf Club and the Maleny Wedding Festival at the Showgrounds.

July being a five Wednesday month, we enjoyed a very informative meeting last night at the Maleny Neighbourhood Centre in Bicentenary Lane. Thanks to Vocational Director, Greg Williams, who organised the night. We had a tour of the grounds, enjoyed a great meal, and had a presentation about the amazing number of programs operating out of the centre. Described as ‘a welcoming, multifunctional community space in the heart of Maleny, that provides opportunities for community connection and well being for young people, families and the broader community’ the centre has only three paid staff, and many capable and willing volunteers. Shared community lunches every Thursday, the Fix-it Café, emergency relief and accommodation, access to other services who visit the MNC, Maleny Primary School lunch program, counselling, budgeting assistance, are just some of the programs run by the centre. Services also include raising awareness of areas such as Mental health, Domestic Violence and Refugees, and community development projects such as CHASM and EPICC- an inclusive creative learning and socialisation space. The Maleny Flexi-school has space in the Centre providing access to a positive, alternative to mainstream schooling.

The MNC works to reduce hardship in our local area and is committed to supporting community. As a club we have been involved with the MNC in several projects, and we can help as individuals by becoming a member of the MNC (membership is an important aspect when applying for grant funding), being a volunteer- there are many positions available on their website or making a donation. By being on-site to hear all of this last night really reinforced the value of vocational visits. We look forward to another three over this Rotary year of “Rotary connects the world”.

MINUTES OF MEETING OF 17TH JULY
President Sherryl opened the meeting by welcoming members, their partners, Guest of Honour DG Darryl Iseppi,his partner Laura and AG Linda. She said that she had taken the DG on a tour of local Rotary projects during the afternoon.  She then spoke of a change in the meeting schedule; the second dinner meeting of the month will become a business meeting with no guest speaker.  This will start in August on a trial basis.

Greg W announced that the Vocational Visit on 31st August will be to the Maleny Neighbourhood Centre with partners welcome. The tour will start at 5pm.

Treasurer Jim said that invoices fo the half yearly dues, which were unchanged, had been issued.

Laurelle informed us that there had been some daylight breakins in Maleny on Sunday.

Bernice asked for additional volunteers for the Velothon.

PP Alan conducted a Paul Harris quiz for which PDG Michael had all the answers.




DG Daryll referred to the Paul Harris Fellowship and how this recognition came to be awarded.  He then,to unanimous applause, presented this award to Phillip Stark.




Sergeant Chris then made a number of unsubstantiated but financially successful claims.

Jeff C then introduced the DG Darryl,who was born in Toowoomba, and completed a Batchelor of Commerce at UQ whilst working for Arthur Anderson. This work involved travel around Australia and in PNG. Since joining Rotoract in 1985, Darryl has had an extensive career in Rotary both at Club and District level.

Daryll noted that this was his fourth Club visit of the week and he was happy that the attendance exceeded the other three meetings combined. He said that he was really interested in seeing what Clubs actually do - he would prefer to visit us as a club working on Show Day rather than a meeting at the hotel.

He spoke of his vision for District to partner club projects based closer to home - such as domestic violence, safe refuge, terminal illness and sick children.

He thanked the Club for its hospitality and had enjoyed the tour of our projects.

Keith R gave the vote of thanks.

FUTURE MEETINGS & EVENTS
14th August
Board Meeting at the Masonic Hall.

21st August
Maleny Hotel at 6:30 for 7:00pm for Business Meeting

28th August
No formal meeting.

4th September
Maleny Hotel at 6:30 for 7:00pm for Guest Speaker TBA.

11th September
Board Meeting at the Masonic Hall.

WEDDING ANNIVERSARIES FOR AUGUST
15th  Phillip and Janice Stark  29th Angela and Mike

BIRTHDAYS FOR AUGUST
17th Malcolm Baker  20th Jocelyn Brooker  28th Mary Wilson and Lionel Tilley

AND NOW FOR SOMETHING DIFFERENT
OUR RESIDENT CYNIC REPORTS
IS THIS THE FUTURE OF RACQ CALL OUTS?

  




Thursday, 11 July 2019

Rotary Club of Maleny Bulletin for 17th July 2019


"THE RANGE"  Vol. 61 No.2
WEDNESDAY 17TH JULY 2019

THIS WEEK'S MEETING
Maleny Hotel at 6:30 for 7:00pm for DG's Visit - Partners Night.

APOLOGIES AND MEALS
Apologies please to Bernice before noon on Tuesday.

DUTY ROSTERS                
                               17th July     7th August       21st August     
Duty Officer            Jeff C         Jim A                 Laurelle                 
Assist DO               Keith R       Paulette S          Michael G   
Registration            Bill H          Bernice McL      John W        
Fellowship              CL C          John McL           Chris B    

SAUSAGE SIZZLE ROSTER
27th July
Keith Rogers (Leader) Jeff Cornfoot  Greg Williams

10th August
Lionel Tilley (Leader) James  McCormack  John Whan

24th August
Roly Neiper (Leader)  Keith Rogers  Paulette Steele

 PRESIDENT'S NOTES
The International theme of this Rotary Year is Rotary Connects the World. I believe that is a really good action theme and as I said at the Changeover, RI President Mark Daniel Maloney believes that “connection is at the heart of the Rotary experience”. Not many people know that Rotary was very much involved in the formation of the United Nations. This year is the 75th anniversary of the signing of the UN Charter and Rotary is the only non government organisation to have a seat on the United Nations, in New York and in Geneva. Of course, closer to home, we have our 60th birthday of the charter of the Maleny Club to continue to celebrate. We are organising a dinner in October to formally mark the occasion. Looking forward to seeing as many members and partners as possible at the meeting this week to welcome the DG Darryl and his fiancé, Laura.
President Sherryl

MINUTES OF MEETING OF 3RD JULY
Our newly minted President Sherryl welcomed members and our Guest Speaker Lisa MacDonald to the first meeting of this Rotary year. She reminded us that the next meeting was the DG's visit.

Malcolm B asked for volunteers to did foundations for the new seats in MCSR.

Bernice asked for people to man check points for Velothon.

Our Sergeant opened his annual account vigourously whilst largely dispensing with the truth.

Malcolm introduced Lisa Macdonald to speak about the Welcome to Maleny group. Lisa has lived 20 years in Maleny; her vocation was teaching. She completed her Master of International Development at Sunshine Coast University and currently works with the Refugee Support Group. She has worked with the Gina-Burra and Kabi Kabi people and also in Nauru in an off shore detention centre, employed by Save the Children. After the contract was terminated by the Government Lisa returned to Australia.

In 2006 Lisa joined a group to look at ways Maleny could support refugees. There are now 180 people on the list across the Sunshine Coast with a core group of 20.  As a non-for-profit group they fund raise and advocate for refugees and are part of National Rural Australia Refugees. They hold “Welcome Days” where refugees from Brisbane come to see Maleny and our region. Music, film and food festivals are key events to integration and have fun. Many events have been organised to celebrate diversity and help transition refugees into their new life here in Australia.

Lisa noted that the “Connections Theme” in Rotary resonated with her and the goals of the Refugee Support Group whichis currently organising and developing a “Home Stay Program”. The group is continuing to grow and they rely on community support and donations predominantly to achieve their goals.


Melinda M gave the vote of thanks to Lisa for her inspirational talk.

FUTURE MEETINGS & EVENTS
10th July
Board Meeting at the Masonic Hall.

17th July
Maleny Hotel at 6:30 for 7:00pm

24th July
Masonic Hall at 5:30 for 6:00pm for Club Assembly.

31st July
Vocational night - details to be confirmed.

7th August
Maleny Hotel at 6:30 for 7:00pm for Guest Speaker Maleny Hotel at 6:30 for 7:00pm Colin Dunn on Kiribati Experiences.

14th August
Board Meeting at the Masonic Hall.

BIRTHDAYS FOR JULY
8th Peter McGuirk  11th Roly Neiper and Jacinta Townsend  20th Beth Wann

AND NOW FOR SOMETHING DIFFERENT
PRIVACY ???








      

 


Wednesday, 26 June 2019

Rotary Club of Maleny Bulletin for 3rd July 2019


"THE RANGE"  Vol. 61 No.1
WEDNESDAY 3RD JULY 2019

THIS WEEK'S MEETING
Maleny Hotel at 6:30 for 7:00pm with Guest Speakers Lisa McDonald & Rachael Stacey on Welcome to Maleny.

APOLOGIES AND MEALS
Apologies please to Bernice before noon on Tuesday.

DUTY ROSTERS                
                               3rd July          17th July          7th August     
Duty Officer            Malcolm B       Jeff C              Jim A                                
Assist DO               Melinda M       Keith R           Paulette S          
Registration            Lionel T           Bill H              Bernice McL         
Fellowship              Alan W            CL C              John McL       

SAUSAGE SIZZLE ROSTER
13th July
John and Bernice McLennan (Leader) Peter McGuirk

27th July
Keith Rogers (Leader)  Jeff Cornfoot  Greg Williams

10th August
Lionel Tilley  (Leader)  James McC  John Whan

MINUTES OF MEETING OF 19TH JUNE
This was held as usual at Maleny Hotel and marked the end of President Alan’s two years as Club President. A huge thank you to President Alan for his fine leadership over this period.

Malcolm B reported on the very successful working bee on 17 June to replace park benches at Mary Cairncross Park and sought further assistance to continue this very worthwhile community project on 24 June.

Phillip S provided an update on our membership advertising program.

Sergeant Chris B was quick to use his habitual license and liberties to raise some additional revenue from members in the best of spirits.

Rick T introduced our guest speaker Sarah Williams, who is a best selling author, publisher and local mother of four, to speak to us about her business.

Sarah was born and raised on an organic kiwifruit orchard in Hawke’s Bay, New Zealand and spent her spare time thinking up stories and acting them out with her dolls. At 17, she applied for a Student Exchange program and lived in North Carolina, USA for a year where she graduated from High School. Bitten by the travel bug, she spent the next few years based in Melbourne but travelled extensively through Australia, USA and Europe. In 2004, she moved to Queensland where she later met and married her husband. They now have four spirited young children, two dog and a cat, and live at Witta.

Sarah knew she wanted to be an author ever since picking up her first romance novel at fourteen years old. To quote her: “Being an author is a lifelong ambition of mine. I have always been an avid reader and enjoy all genres. I am also a history buff and love researching the past and visiting structures and places from the days gone by. I have a particular passion for Native American history and culture which was inspired by my time in North Carolina.”

  After starting up her own boutique small press, Serenade Publishing, Sarah has gone on to publish a novel every six months, including her bestselling series “Brigadier Station”. In 2017 Sarah was nominated for Best Debut Author by the ARRA (Australian Romance Readers Association) and AusRom Today.

 Greg W gave the vote of thanks to Sarah for her inspirational talk exemplifying a new wave of creative, industrious, yet family focussed people that are now able to run a world-wide vertically integrated business from Maleny. 



CHANGEOVER NIGHT
Members welcomed AG Linda Morell, past members and guests to a well organised and enjoyable Changeover Night at the Orangery Restaurant.  After two years as President, Alan Wilson was handing over to Sherryl Gregory.  Melinda Martin was the Master of Ceremonies and the programme ran faultlessly.

After AG Linda had installed Sherryl as our new President, Sherryl thanked Alan for his stewardship and spoke of her hopes for the coming year.  Following this, there was a major surprise as four of our members were honoured as Paul Harris Fellows and each received a sapphire pin; these were John McLennan, Chris Brooker, Rick Vickers and Roly Neiper. Many congratulations to them.

 The new Board was then introduced.

  Greg, Paulette, Jim, President Sherryl, Michael, Bernice, Ric V, Alan (Phillip & CL absent)


 Other photographs of the evening will appear on a separate blog.


FUTURE MEETINGS & EVENTS
10th July
Board Meeting at the Masonic Hall.

17th July
Maleny Hotel at 6:30 for 7:00pm for DG Visit - Partners Night.

24th July
Masonic Hall at 5:30 for 6:00pm for Club Assembly.

31st July
Vocational night - details to be confirmed.

BIRTHDAYS FOR JULY
8th Peter McGuirk  11th Roly Neiper and Jacinta Townsend  20th Beth Wann

AND NOW FOR SOMETHING DIFFERENT
AN OPTIMISTIC HOME HANDYMAN - OOPS

     



Tuesday, 11 June 2019

Rotary Club of Maleny Bulletin for 19th June 2019


"THE RANGE"  Vol. 60 No.23
WEDNESDAY 19TH JUNE 2019

THIS WEEK'S MEETING
Maleny Hotel at 6:30 for 7:00pm with Guest Speaker Sarah Williams on Love Stories.

APOLOGIES AND MEALS
Apologies please to Bernice before noon on Tuesday.

DUTY ROSTERS                
                               19th June     3rd July     
Duty Officer            Ric T            Malcolm B                                   
Assist DO               Greg W        Melinda M       
Registration            Phillip S       Lionel T       
Fellowship              Jim A           Alan W       

SAUSAGE SIZZLE ROSTER
29th June
Bill Hankinson (Leader)  Ric Townsend  Keith Rogers

13th July
John and Bernice McLennan (Leader) Peter McGuirk

CLUB ORGANISATION
Details of the make up of the currrent Board and Committees can be found at the end of this bulletin.

MINUTES OF LAST MEETING
President Alan opened the meeting.  He thanked Bernice and John for all their work at the Maleny Show.  Also thanked all the members and partners for their participation and support.  A special thanks to the bakers of the pumpkin soup, slices and the home baked goodies.

- Monday night 10th June for the Star Gazing.  Bring your own mug.  (Since postponed).

- Invite to the Club to attend the Hydrotherapy Centre information Monday night.

- ADG Linda gave a talk inviting our members to the District Changeover.

Jim Atkinson thanked everyone on the gate at the Maleny Show.

Rick Vickers again thanked John and Bernice for their tireless efforts at the Maleny Show.  He also called for volunteers to assist with the installation of the new Mary Cairncross Park bench seats.

Our Guest Speaker was Sue MacKenzie from Polio Australia who was accompanied by husband Graeme.










She spoke about Polio Australia and Polio survivors in Australia. Polio Australia warmly acknowledges the great work achieved by Rotary International and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation  through its Polio Plus Program in helping eradicate the incidence of poliomyelitis throughout the world. 

There are approximately 400,000 Australian survivors of polio still living. Polio Australia supporting polio survivors and those suffering from the late effects of polio which was described.  She made us aware that Polio Australia needs help!

Sue also shared that she is a survivor of Polio herself and she contracted the disease at 2 years old.  She explained the difficulty and the prejudice against sufferers.

Laurelle proposed the vote of thanks for her very informative talk and presented her with our Rotary bag.

The meeting closed and everyone made a bee-line to watch State of Origin.


FUTURE MEETINGS & EVENTS
26th June
Changeover Night at The Orangery.

3rd July
Maleny Hotel at 6:30 for 7:00pm with Guest Speaker TBA.

10th July
Board Meeting at the Masonic Hall.

BIRTHDAYS FOR JUNE
1st Mike Edwards  21st Peter Wilkinson

WEDDING ANNIVERSARIES FOR JUNE
1st Chris and Judi Ross-Smith  16th Alan and Mary Wilson

AND NOW FOR SOMETHING DIFFERENT
AN ALTERNATIVE VIEW OF MEDICAL PROBLEMS

The  Irish have the lowest stress rate because they do not take medical terminology seriously  ... 


 
Medical  Term
 
 

 
 
Irish  Definition
 
 
Artery
 
 
-
 
 
The  study of  paintings
 
 
Bacteria
 
 
-
 
 
Back door to cafeteria
 
 
Barium
 
 
-
 
 
What doctors do when patients  die
 
 
Benign
 
 
-
 
 
What you be, after you be eight
 
 
Caesarean  Section
 
 
-
 
 
A neighbourhood in Rome
 
 
Cat  scan
 
 
-
 
 
Searching for Kitty
 
 
Cauterize
 
 
-
 
 
Made eye contact with her
 
 
Colic
 
 
-
 
 
A sheep dog
 
 
Coma
 
 
-
 
 
A punctuation mark
 
 
Dilate
 
 
-
 
 
To live long
 
 
Enema
 
 
-
 
 
Not a friend
 
 
Fester
 
 
-
 
 
Quicker than someone else
 
 
Fibula
 
 
-
 
 
A small lie
 
 
Impotent
 
 
-
 
 
Distinguished, well known
 
 
Labour  Pain
 
 
-
 
 
Getting hurt at work
 
 
Medical  Staff
 
 
-
 
 
A Doctor's cane
 
 
Morbid
 
 
-
 
 
A higher offer
 
 
Nitrates
 
 
-
 
 
Rates of Pay for Working at   Night, Normally more money than Days
 
 
Node
 
 
-
 
 
I knew it
 
 
Outpatient
 
 
-
 
 
A person who has fainted
 
 
Pelvis
 
 
-
 
 
Second cousin to Elvis
 
 
Post  Operative
 
 
-
 
 
A letter carrier
 
 
Recovery  Room
 
 
-
 
 
Place to do upholstery
 
 
Rectum
 
 
-
 
 
Nearly killed him
 
 
Secretion
 
 
-
 
 
Hiding something
 
 
Seizure
 
 
-
 
 
Roman Emperor
 
 
Tablet
 
 
-
 
 
A smal  table
 
 
Terminal  Illness
 
 
-
 
 
Getting sick at the airport
 
 
Tumour
 
 
-
 
 
One plus one more
 
 
Urine

 
-
 
 
Opposite of you're out