Hawke’s Bay Photo News 1966 – Number 086 January

Hawkes Bay PHOTO NEWS
86th Issue
JANUARY 1966
HAWKE’S BAY’S OWN PHOTO MAGAZINE
2/6

[Cover photo – Our cover this month features attractive 17-year-old Barbara Allen. Barbara, whose interests include dancing, singing and swimming, symbolises the New Year with its hopes for so many young people starting their working life.]

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PHOTO NEWS
HAWKE’S BAY’S OWN PICTORIAL PHOTO MAGAZINE
Vol. 8
No. 2
January 1966

Editor Philip Moore

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OUR COVER PICTURES

Front Cover. Our cover this month features attractive 17-year-old Barbara Allen. Barbara, whose interests include dancing, singing and swimming, symbolises the New Year with its hopes for so many young people starting their working life. To these people in particular and the public in general, “Photo News” wishes a successful 1966.

Back Cover. Regarded in a matter-of-fact way by many Hastings residents, Oak Avenue is still one of the city’s loveliest scenic attractions. With its quiet tranquillity, it is uniquely beautiful on hot summer days.

“Cats and Mice” from the Marewa School of Dance, “Pussy footing” down the stairs of the Municipal Theatre, Napier.

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DANCE RECITAL

A dance recital “Look at me, I’m dancing”, produced by the Napier teachers of the Royal Academy of Dancing, drew a packed house in the Municipal Theatre, Napier. Members of the Shirley Hanley School of Dance pose for the camera before going on stage.

Three charming lasses, Denize Scragg, Clare Wetherall, and Susan McRae.

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Patiently awaiting their cue were these “Golliwogs”.

ROVING CAMERA

The opening of the H.B. Branch of Volunteer Service Abroad was marked by the donation by Napier West Rotary of a hat full of money. Shown at the presentation are, from left: Andrew Quarmby, Field Officer V.S.A.; W. H. Hyde, Chairman of V.S.A. Hawke’s Bay Branch; and A. I. Kennard, Secretary of Organisation in Hawke’s Bay.

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RECENT WEDDINGS

ENNOR – ELMES. Pictured leaving St. Augustine’s Church, Napier, after their wedding recently are Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Richard Ennor. The bride is Barbara Gay, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Elmes, Napier, and the groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Ennor, Taradale.
Photo by Hurst Studio

GRAY – WATTS. Pictured after their wedding at St Augustine’s Church. Napier, recently, are Mr. and Mrs. Anthony John Gray. The bride is Marianne, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Watts, Napier, and the groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Gray, Napier.
Photo by Hurst Studios

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ODD SHOTS

Lunch in the sun for two Napier High School girls, Gail Macdonald (rear) and Raewyn Smale.

Below: They also absorbed the sun, but not too willingly. The field is set for the Taradale to Wairoa cycle race. The starters in this gruelling 75 mile event were, from left: D. Neil, N. Atkins, R. Baker, L. Ralph, W. van Berkan (the winner), T. Aitcheson, D. Calder and B. Murphy.

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GYMNASTIC SPECTACULAR

The lithe form of New Zealand Olympic gymnast, Miss Pauline Gardiner, in action, during the gymnastic spectacular, presented by the Napier Intermediate School in the Centennial Hall, recently.

Below: Perfect balance is displayed by Pauline on the low bar, watched by her team-mate from Auckland, Cheryl Potter. The two girls have only recently returned from Vienna, where they took part in a world gymnastic display.

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Catherine Cardiff and her Indian braves during one of the novel items involving physical movements associated in gym training.

Lower Left: Catherine holds a position during exercises on the international beam.

Lower Right: Cheryl Potter in a difficult pose on the low beam.

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Not often seen in New Zealand was this maypole dance, performed by a group of pupils.

This rhythmic ball display was also featured on the programme.

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FIRST SWIMMING CARNIVAL

The first swimming carnival of the 1965-66 season got away to a cold-water start at the new Olympic Pool recently. Although the water temperature was low, times recorded were encouraging and the new pool was in good shape for the night’s events.

Above: A view of the main pool under the newly installed lighting.

Below: Mr. Ron Shakespeare congratulates young swimmers in the girls’ under 13 freestyle event,

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FIREMEN COMPETE

The Hawke’s Bay Fire Brigade Sub-Association’s annual competition was held at Anderson Park, Havelock North, recently, and teams competed from Havelock North, Haumoana, Napier, Meeanee, Waipukurau, and Dannevirke.

Above: The Napier team burst into action during one of the events.

Below: Timekeepers record the performances of the respective team events. From left: Fire Chief D. Anderson, Fire Chief L. Harlen, Station Officer O. Cunningham, and Station Officer B. White.

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ODD SHOTS

Black-backed gulls, some 300 of them, are heaped into this land rover after being poisoned near the boundary of the Napier Airport, recently. The carcases of more than 1,000 birds were picked up in one morning. The operation, which is planned and being operated by the Department of Internal Affairs, is a safety measure to protect passenger aircraft using the aerodrome. One plane landed recently after hitting 11 birds while making its approach.

It’s the harvest time again and the giant processing machines are churning their way over the Hawke’s Bay cropping lands, gathering the peas and green crops for canning plants. One of the earliest yields was in the Fernhill area, where this picture was taken.

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FASHION PARADE

The War Memorial, Napier, was recently the venue of a fashion show presented by Tam Cochrane on behalf of local fashion and hairdressing salons. Mr. Colin Chard here demonstrates the versatile use of wiglets.

“Carnival Time” depicts summer and beach wear for the new season.

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Carla chooses a gay Hawaiian shift.

A “Carnival Pink” gown modelled by Glenys.

Delightfully modelled by Laurie was this raspberry coloured suit.

Always right, navy and white, featuring the new square look, chosen by Anne.

Top fashion, an elegant black and white ensemble, modelled by Carla

Anne models this three-piece mustard coloured suit so ideal for the teenager.

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Glenys glows in this “Sunshine Gold” chiffon gown with floating panels.

Shown here by Carla, an elegant navy and white dress and jacket.

Laurie has chosen this lovely blue crepe gown, embroidered with dewdrops of crystal.

Perfect for the younger set, a sheer silhouette frock in peacock and white, modelled by Anne.

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MAREWA GALA

A highly successful school gala was recently held by Marewa School. To start the afternoon’s activities, children paraded down Latham Street in fancy dress.

T.V has even penetrated into the world of fairy tales, with the Flintstones on the march.

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Sally Anne Cody was an attractive Hula Girl.

Ellen Tucker (3½) proved to be no bunny, she managed to get a lift whilst the others walked.

One of the features was an inter-school relay which was won by Marewa.

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H.B. SQUASH CLUB PRESENTATION NIGHT

The annual presentation of trophies of the H.B. Squash Club was held at a special function in Napier. Shown above, patron of the club, Mr. Doug Dalton, presents Owen Bold with his trophy as winner of the Ten Up Tournament, and the Hugh Crosse Memorial Cup, for Men’s “A” Grade.

Havelock North Club Captain, Graham Wall, receives the Red Band trophy from former international player, Don Mochan.

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Winner of the Classic Plate was Garth Lawrence.

Meg Peters with her trophy, winner of the Ladies’ Plate.

Runner-up in the Men’s B grade was A. White.

B. Everett, winner of the “B” Grade Plate receives his trophy from Mr. Dalton.

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AMATEUR ATHLETICS NAPIER

The Napier Amateur Athletic and Cycling Club recently opened the season under the floodlights at McLean Park. The club nights, held every Thursday, have been attracting many participants in all grades. Cheryl Single is shown pinning on Linda Fraser’s registration number.

Second place in the 6 mile event went to Kevin Weatherley.

Winner of the Junior Men’s 440 yards was Trevor Morley.

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J. Danks, who competed in the Intermediate A Grade high jump.

The first baton change in the Intermediate Boys’ B Grade relay.

A fine effort was put up by Judith Merritt whose team won the Intermediate B Grade relay.

[NB – these two photo captions are switched]

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GUIDING HONOURS

Honours in Guiding were received by two Frimley girls, Gillian French and Allison McRobbie, when they recently received their Queen’s Guide Award from Divisional Commandant, Mrs. M. Wallace, during an old girls day at their hut in Frimley Avenue.

Below: Some of the ex-Guides shown on parade with present day members.

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ODD SHOTS

New Zealand evangelist Mr. Barry Reed, who is soon to embark on a six months preaching mission to South East Asia, was in Hastings recently speaking to youth leaders from various city churches about the proposed crusade which, it is hoped, will be held towards the end of 1966, sponsored by the Hastings Christian Businessmen’s Association. Mr. Reed (centre), who was a polio sufferer in his early years, chats to some of the leaders in the Central Methodist Church.

Interest in a Sutters Gold rose is being taken by this group during the Taradale Country Women‘s Institute Flower Show, recently. They are, from left: Mesdames J. Burns, J. Perry and B. Buchanan.

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ODD SHOTS

The Matron of Bethany Home speaking in appreciation of the Napier Jaycees after the official opening of the new recreation room which was built by the Napier Jaycee chapter. The official opening was performed by the Mayor of Napier, Mr. Peter Tait (seated to right of the Matron).

A well-known and colourful personality of St. John, Mr. Whiti Mane, was mourned by nearly 500 people during his funeral recently. Whiti, as he was known to hundreds of Hawke’s Bay people, endeared himself to the people as a capable and efficient ambulance driver. Whiti was a former sergeant in the Maori Battalion and his friends extended just as generously to the pakeha people as his own race. The funeral was attended by representatives of the Hastings police, Napier and Hastings St. John ambulance brigades, transport department, Hastings City Council, nurses and doctors of the Memorial Hospital and many Maori and pakeha friends. The coffin is borne from St. Matthew’s Church by representatives of the St. John Ambulance Brigade.

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N.B.H.S. GALA

The Napier Boys’ High School gala was held recently for the first time in several years. Well planned organisation enabled a large sum to be raised for school funds. Under the watchful eye of Mr. Todd, the school farm manager, Michael Pearse demonstrates the Godfrey Bowen shearing technique.

The greasy pole provided fun for both spectators and competitors Peter Truit and Roger Pedersen.

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ENGAGEMENTS

Elizabeth Louie Hunter, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I. D. Hunter, Mangere, Auckland, and Laurence Valentine Harding, Auckland (late of Hastings), son of Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Harding, Hastings, recently announced their engagement.

Celebrating their engagement recently at the Liberty Hall, Napier, were Nancy Heather Lowe, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Lowe, Napier, and Colin Robert Scattergood, son of Mr. F. and the late Mrs. Scattergood, Clacton-on-Sea, England.
Photo by Batchelors Studios

Marilyn Joyce Wiggins, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. E. J. Wiggins, Hastings, was recently engaged to Brian Dudley Tolley, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Tolley, Taradale, at a party in the Hastings Football Hall.
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Mrs. S. Cullen, Napier, recently celebrated her 80th birthday, attended by her children, grandchildren and great grandchildren.
Photo by Gasson Photography

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21st BIRTHDAYS

Joyce Edith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. Grant, Waipukurau, celebrated her 21st birthday at the Rugby Union Hall, Waipukurau.
Photo by Wendy Studios

Gordon, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Olsen, celebrated his birthday in the United Hall, Waipukurau.
Photo by Wendy Studios

Des Ratima, son of Mrs. Ratima, and the late Mr. Ratima (formerly of Tangoio), recently celebrated his 21st at his home in Napier.
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GOVENOR GENERAL IN NAPIER

His Excellency the Governor General, Sir Bernard Fergusson (left), accompanied by the Primate of New Zealand, the Rt. Rev. N.A. Lesser, walks through a guard of honour to attend his first visit to Hukarere College, Napier, recently.

Below: Sir Bernard and Lady Fergusson listen to a selection of Maori action songs.

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The Governor General, Sir Bernard Fergusson and Lady Fergusson arrive at St. John’s cathedral for the handing over of the Bible, given by the Queen, to Waiapu Cathedral. Their son Geordie (centre) was also present.

Below: The moment of presentation and Sir Bernard addresses the Archbishop with words used when a bible was handed to the Queen during her coronation.

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TEACHERS GRADUATION

The Annual Graduation Ceremony for Hawke’s Bay’s new teachers was held at the War Memorial Hall, Napier. Nearly 70 graduates received their diplomas from Mr. H. Forceman, Inspector of Schools. The Official Party shown above is, from left: Cr. P. D. Cox, Mrs. Cox, Professor C. C. Aikman, Mrs. Forceman, Mr. H. C. Forceman, Mr. W. Smith, Mr. P. L. Page, Mrs. White and Mr. B. White.

[NB: There are 4 women and 6 men in this photo but only 3 women and 6 men are named. Professor Aikman 3rd from left is correctly identified. The woman in front of him may be his wife]

All smiles after the graduation ceremony were, from left: Judy Coles (Havelock North), Lynette Breed (Hastings), Margaret Cooper (Havelock North), Kathleen Riggs (Napier), Annette Muir (Havelock North).

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Dental Nurse Carol Taylor (second from left), was on hand to congratulate friends Sue McIntyre, Caroline Kells, Sue Sharples and Pat Brewer.

A Putorino lass, Irene Porter.

Cheryl Temperton of Hastings was another who had cause to be proud of herself.

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Representing welcome additions to the male teaching staff of Hawke’s Bay are, from left, Dave Kemp (Hastings), Ian Wilson, Tom Rangi and John Barker (Napier).

Bruce Tasker was a very “Happy Feller”

Mutual congratulations were extended between Gay Aldridge (Hastings) and Devin Walker (Napier).

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CENTRAL HAWKE’S BAY SHOW

Of interest to visitors at the Central Hawke’s Bay show this year was the display of spinning and weaving.

Mrs. P. Ashton of Waipawa, demonstrates the loom to three members of the Bellerby family, Barbara, Jane and Guy.

Below: Enjoying the view over the arena during horse events.

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Young Garry Gibson of Wallingford pays attention to his pony’s mane while waiting his turn in the arena at the Central Hawke’s Bay A.& P. Show at Waipukurau.

Below: Miss Ruth Bailley of Onga Onga with champion hack Pedro, scored up another win to her impressive list of prizes when her horse carried off the championship in this section again. She has won the award four times in the Hastings A. & P. Show, and also this year the championship title at the Palmerston North Royal Show.

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ODD SHOTS

A day long awaited was realised for Police Sergeant Colin MacDonald, when, after spending 7 months in Napier Hospital, he was discharged recently. Colin, who spent 10 days in a coma and six weeks semi- conscious, was badly injured when struck by a car while attending a fatal accident on April 12th, near Napier’s southern boundary.

How many killed in this accident might well be the question, but in actual fact the three young occupants escaped with minor lacerations and one had a fractured finger. How lucky can you be? The car was involved in a collision with an army truck at Pakipaki. The impact ripped the front wheel assembly off the truck.

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BITUMEN ARRIVES IN BULK

The first bulk load of bitumen to arrive at Napier was pumped into the new bulk storage tank on Higgins Wharf recently, from the tanker “Maurea”. About 750 tons in all was transferred to the new tank. Workmen are shown fitting the supply pipes from the ship’s tanks to the pipe installations on the wharf.

Below: Looking down a hatch into the 200 degrees centigrade bitumen tank.

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WEDDING BELLS

MORRIS – BUTCHER. Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Morris are shown at their reception after their marriage at St. Matthew’s Anglican Church, Hastings. The bride is Cecily Alice, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Butcher, Hastings and the groom is the twin son of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Morris. Hastings.

CAMERON – O’BRIEN. Anne, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B.L. O’Brien, “Maunganui”, Puketapu, and Hugh, son of Mr. and Mrs. D.A. Cameron, Turakina, were recently married at Puketapu.
Photo by Hurst Studio

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GRIFFITHS – RUSBRIDGE. Mr. and Mrs. Simon Henry Griffiths are seen after their wedding at St. Patrick’s Church, Napier, recently. The bride is Robyn Mary, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Rusbridge, Napier, and the groom is the son of Lieutenant-Colonel R. [?] Griffiths and Mrs. Griffiths, Waitomo.
Photo by Hurst Studios

DUNCAN – REID. Mr. and Mrs. John Patrick Duncan were recently married in St. Patrick’s Church, Napier. The bride was Maxine Joan daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. Reid, Napier, and the groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. A. Duncan, Taradale. The group from left is: Harry Lawson, Janet McDonald, Ruth McDonald, bride and groom, Linley Reid, Glenis Simmons, Brian Duncan.
Photo by Batchelors Studios

Diana Griffiths, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. V. C. Townsend, Napier, recently celebrated her 21st birthday at home.
Photo by Batchelors Studios

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ADVANCED COOKERY DEMONSTRATION

The Advanced Cooking Class of the Colenso High School night classes, under the direction of Miss J. Harris, held an end-of-year formal dinner which reached great heights of culinary art. Their guests included members of the H.B. Food and Wine Club. Checking over the formal table setting are Gillian Frehner, Miss J. Harris and Kay Stockdale.

Covering the Baked Alaska with Meringue are Miss B. Hill and Mrs. J. Vigor Brown.

Pat Affleck prepares the Consomme Du Barry.

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Proudly holding their Crayfish a la Parisienne, are Mrs. M. Collett, Mrs. D. Shearer, Mrs. R. Stockdill, and preparing cream for the coffee, Miss J. Collett.

Heather Morley and Margaret Sinden had just prepared the tossed salad and dressing.

Margaret Hill turns the Wiener Schnitzel.

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WATTIES 1500

Hastings golfer Stuart Jones, leads the field, yes even the professionals, with his four rounds for 270, one stroke ahead of South Australia’s professional Brian Sullivan, at the end of the Wattie £1,500 sponsored golf tournament recently. Jones took the prize for the top amateur.

Below: Third equal amongst the professionals was popular Peter Thomson, who had won the three previous tournaments of the present circuit.

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A line-up of some of the top golfing stars who entranced the thousands at the 1965 Wattie £1,500 golf tournament.

Top Left: Kel Nagle.

Lower Left: G. B. Wolstenholme.

Lower Right: South lsland professional, Brian Silk.

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Ted Ball of Australia, who fought hard in the last quarter to gain third equal with Nagle and Thomson.

Ian MacDonald of Hastings, the promising young golfer who took second place in the amateur section and also recorded the lowest round of the game with a six under par – 64.

Stuart Jones receiving the congratulations of Mr. and Mrs. Wattie after the tournament.

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N.Z. BALLET IN NAPIER

The NZ. Ballet Company recently visited Hawke’s Bay presenting outstanding performances of “Swan Lake” and “Giselle”. Shown on stage in the waltz from “Facade”, are Anne Jones, Pamela Meakins, Jenny Tate and Gillian Francis.

Internationally renowned Conductor, Juan Matteucci, poses for the camera with members of the Company, Annabel Murray, Jill Broomfield, Loma Rogers.

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Talented Prima Ballerina and star of “Giselle”, Marilyn Burr, puts the finishing touches to her coiffure.

In ballet it’s always practice, practice, practice.

Home for a short time was Napier dancer Kevin Baddiley

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Due to sickness, guest star Miss Marilyn Burr, was unable to take part in Act II of Swan Lake and the part of Odette was danced by Georgene Walker (above centre).

The part of Prince Siegfried was played by guest artist Jean-Paul Comelin of the Festival Ballet.

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Glimpses of the popular Prismatic Variations.

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McCREADY MARATHON

A newly sponsored race for harriers was established recently with the holding in Napier of the McCready Marathon. A large field entered for the event despite high temperatures and a strong north-west wind. Starting on the long journey through the streets of Napier are M. White (Hastings) and R. Weston (Napier).

At this stage, John Philpott (Hastings) only had a further 19 miles to run.

Winner of the event was Napier’s Eddie Rye

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Second place and fastest time went to veteran member, Ross Rawnsley (Napier).

Murray Williams of Napier, cools off on the way.

Favourite to win, Terry Manners of Napier had to withdraw with a torn thigh muscle.

B. Jones (Hastings) sponges his face in an attempt to beat the heat.

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ODD SHOT

This charred wall is all that remains of the joinery factory of R. G. and C. Alexander Ltd. The damage, estimated at £10,000, included a brand new sanding machine valued at nearly £2,000. Cleaning up the charred remains was quickly accomplished, and the firm hopes to start rebuilding plans shortly.

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WEDDINGS

HOBSON – LOW. Jeanette Mary, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Low, “Whakapirau”, Hawke‘s Bay, and Thomas, elder son of Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Hobson, Otane, were recently married at St. Martin’s Chapel, Iona College, Havelock North. They are seen here with their attendants.

WILKINSON – DUMBLE. Annette Mary daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Dumble, “Sunnynook”, Meeanee, and Richard, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. Wilkinson, Hastings, were married recently at St. John’s Cathedral, Napier.
Photo by Hurst Studios

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THE NIGHT OF THE FIFTH

Guy Fawkes night in Napier went of with a much smaller bang than usual, but a large muster of children and parents attended a fireworks display held at Carlyle Kindergarten. Here we show a group of children awaiting some of the more brilliant fireworks.

2½ year old Roy Blok receives a helping hand from his mother lighting his sparkler.

David Skews seems to be enjoying himself even if his son Michael appears somewhat apprehensive.

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A study in facial expressions.

A serious Paul Mountjoy attempts to light his sparkler.

Kent Sanderson, 4½, portrays sheer delight with his two sparklers.

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SCOUTING

Over Labour weekend, a training camp was held in Hastings for the Hastings contingent, which includes Scouters and Scouts from Central Hawke’s Bay, attending the 1966 Scout Jamboree in Wellington. Here we show a few aspects of the camp.

Weka Patrol, Patrol Leader B. Lawrence, Scouts T. Konia, A. McGregor, B. Falwell and C. Hill.

Contingent officers from left to right are: E. J. Cleary, Waipawa; P. R. McAlpine, Hastings; S. E. Trott, Contingent Leader, Hastings; I. W. Porter, Hastings; M. Kirkham, Porangahau; T. Eaton, Hastings.

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[Back cover photo – Regarded in a matter-of-fact way by many Hastings residents, Oak Avenue is still one of the city’s loveliest scenic attractions. With its quiet tranquillity it is uniquely beautiful on hot summer days.]

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Published November 1958 – June 1967

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January 1966

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