Hawke’s Bay Photo News 1964 – Number 063 February

Hawke’s Bay PHOTO NEWS
63rd Issue
FEBRUARY 1964
HAWKE’S BAY’S OWN PHOTO MAGAZINE
2/6

[Cover photo – Miss Hawke’s Bay 1964. Seventeen-year-old Nicola Hearn, winner of the Miss Hawke’s Bay Bathing Beauty Contest, confesses that her main interests – outside of work – are swimming, sewing, dancing, and admits to a passing interest in modelling.]

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PHOTO NEWS
HAWKE’S BAY’S OWN PICTORIAL PHOTO MAGAZINE
Vol. 6
No. 3
February 1964

Editor Philip Moore

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OUR COVER PICTURES

Front Cover. Miss Hawke’s Bay 1964. Seventeen-year-old Nicola Hearn, winner of the Miss Hawke’s Bay Bathing Beauty Contest, confesses that her main interests – outside of work – are swimming, sewing, dancing, and admits to a passing interest in modelling.

Back Cover. N.A.C.’s first “Friendship” comes to Hawke’s Bay. Photographed on the occasion of the “Friendship” inaugural flight on 15th December. The official opening of the airport takes place on 15th February, and will be marked by what is planned to be the greatest air show ever staged in Hawke’s Bay.

Crossing the hard way, a girl attempts a rope bridge at the Opoutama Y.M.C.A. Girls’ Camp.

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Y.M.C.A. OPOUTAMA GIRLS CAMPS

Started last year, the Y.M.C.A.’s Holiday Camp for girls at Opoutama proved such a success that it has now become an established part of the Opoutama Camp, which in the past has catered only for boys. Above we see girls learning to use rifles on the camp’s range.

The trampoline, another popular feature of the camp.

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The girls were very enthusiastic about the commando course which was built for the boys’ camp.

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Bruce Logan of Hastings from a low angle. Bruce, who is a Y’s man, was helping in the leadership of the camp.

Archery, another sport taught at the camp, always under supervision.

First class washing facilities are provided.

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Mrs. Tait from Hastings attends to a minor injury. Mrs. Tait was camp nurse.

Water safety was a prominent feature of the camp, and picture shows a surf life saving reel and life jackets ready in case they were needed.

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WEDDING BELLS

TE KAHIKA – PRITCHARD. Shown after their recent wedding at Raupunga are Mr. and Mrs. Guy Isaac Te Kahika. The bride is Janice Gloria, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. Pritchard, Lower Hutt. The attendants are Joy Hepri, Amy Te Kahika, Maureen Tuoroa, Edward Te Kahika, Papa Te Kahika, Pat Te Kahika
MacConnells Photo Service

Shown at the Havelock North Centennial is the family of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Clapperton, Hastings. All the children went to the Havelock North School and they are, from left to right, Maurice, Annette, Frank, Marion, Percy, Robyn, Donald, Dianne, Raymond, Margaret, Reginald, Wilma, Lindsay, Mona, Edward and Ian (inset).
Photo by Batchelors Studios

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BABY SHOW

Mothers and babies gathered for the Thirty Thousand Club’s Baby Show at the Napier Sound Shell. The Show proved such a success last year that the Club has included it in the Mardi Gras as one of the star attractions.

Mrs. Fox with Dean Fox who was the winner of the up to six months section for boys.

Second in the girls 6-12 months was Barbara Dot, pictured here with her mother.

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First place-getter in the 6-12 months for girls was Joanne Dagg of Hastings.

Carline Vincent of Lower Hutt, sits before the judges who were Mrs. S. M. McKenzie and Mrs. N. Bell. Carline won the up to six months section for girls.

Winners of the 6-12 months section for boys were Nicholas Lampart of Auckland (first), Mark Moorehouse (second), and Daryle Boyd (third).

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GOVERNOR GENERAL’S OFFICIAL VISIT TO H.B.

The traditional Maori challenge given to notable visitors was performed by Toko Whatuira (centre), who, brandishing a spear swiftly, placed a dart at Sir Bernard’s feet. Sir Bernard (above centre) watches the event in the company of Mr. Langley (left) and the headmaster, Mr. R. G. Webb (right).

In light-hearted mood, the Governor General delighted his younger audience with little touches of humour such as seen here as he pirates a hat from one of the school boys at Nelson Park.

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The scene inside the impressive Assembly Hall at Te Aute College where the Governor General and Lady Fergusson began their Vice Regal visit to Hawke’s Bay. The deputy chairman of the Te Aute Trust Board, Mr. V. J. Langley, is pictured intoducing Sir Bernard.

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Standing as the Queen’s representative, the Governor General addresses pupils of Napier’s secondary schools.

The headmaster of Hastings Boy’s High School, Mr. J. E. Tier, was the envy of his pupils (rear) when he was singled out for a lengthy informal chat with Sir Bernard.

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Accompanied by the chairman of the Hawke’s Bay Hospital Board, Mr. W. E. Bate (extreme right), the Governor General and Lady Fergusson inspect the guard of honour formed by nurses during their visit to the Hastings Memorial Hospital.

Inside, they were greeted by the Matron Miss Hall and the Superintendent of the Hospital, Dr. N. C. Ross (left).

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Patients at the Hastings Memorial Hospital were put at their ease when the Governor General and his wife made visits to many wards during their visit to the province. Sir Bernard (top picture) has a word of comfort for a patient in the men’s medical ward, while his wife is introduced (below) to younger patients in the children’s ward.

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Excited primary school children wave their hats as their Excellencies drive through the ranks of children at Nelson Park, Hastings.

The older pupils, however, are not so enthusiastic as the landrover carries the dignitaries through the rows of high school students.

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Sir Bernard Fergusson and Lady Fergusson (centre) pictured at the civic reception in their honour at Hastings Municipal Theatre. Seated between them is the Mayor of Hastings, Mr. R. V. Giorgi while at right is Mr. Duncan MacIntyre, Member Parliament for Hastings, and his wife.

The official party on the dais at McLean Park, Napier, where their Excellencies drove through ranks of cheering secondary school pupils. From left in the group are, Mr. P Tait, Sir Bernard, Dr. Berry, Lady Fergusson, and Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Edwards.

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The final act of the Governor General, Sir Bernard Fergusson, during his visit to Hawke’s Bay was to officially open the new headquarters for the St. John Ambulance Association in Hastings Street, Napier. He is pictured here chatting with members of the brigade during the formal inspection.

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The Governor General has difficulty carrying out a conversation with Mr. C. H. Tan, when inspecting the new Surprise Pea Line at the factory.

A part of Sir Bernard’s visit to Hastings, was a tour of the Birdseye food processing factory. His Excellency showed great interest in the modern methods of food processing and the staff who were handling the products.

Sir Bernard chats with Miss. P. Chittaporn, a Thailand Colombo Plan student from Massey College who is working in the factory laboratory during the long vacation.

His Excellency being greeted by the Technical Director, Mr. M. Grainer (left with his back to camera). Others in picture (from left to right), are, the Mayor [of] Hastings, Mr. R. Giorgi, His Excellency, Hastings Town Clerk, Mr. B. Krebs, and the Governor’s Aide de Camp.

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His Excellency quizzes the Canteen Supervisor, Mrs. C. Wallace about the menus she provides for hundreds of people each day.

Sir Bernard (centre) watches Mrs. P. Rogers and Mrs. M. Koko examine broad beans on an inspection belt prior to freezing.

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The Governor-General, Sir Bernard Fergusson, called on Mr. and Mrs. Tom Foley in their pensioners’ flat at Napier, during his recent visit to Hawke’s Bay. Mr. Foley, aged 84, won the D.C.M. during the Battle of Mons in the 1914-18 war and is a veteran of the Boer War. He was recommended for a V.C. but it was not awarded because only one report was furnished as all other officers in the engagement were either dead or wounded.

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Hawke’s Bay T.v.

The Te Mata Peak Translator without interference.

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21st. BIRTHDAYS

Barrie, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Green, Napier, recently celebrated his 21st at the home of his sister at Westshore. He is shown here with his parents.
Photo by Batchelors Studios

Stephen, son of Mr. and Mrs. T. Todd, Napier, recently celebrated his 21st birthday at the Tech Gym., Napier. He is shown here with his parents and Mr. Plowman (holding microphone).
Photo by Batchelors Studios

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ODD SHOTS

Children of the Noddy Kindergarten, Napier, enjoy their Christmas party in the kindergarten grounds.

The Assembly Hall of the Wycliffe Intermediate School, Napier, at the end of year display of the pupils’ work.

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SANTA VISITS GREENMEADOWS SCHOOL

Children of the primary school, Greenmeadows, received a surprise visit from Santa Claus during their break-up party recently. Picture shows the whole class of primer four in a festive mood.

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Santa delivering ice creams to some of the children.

ODD SHOT

Sinking piles for the new Crosses Road, Havelock North, bridge.

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Lorraine McCarthy of Havelock North, to whom went the third placing, shown with some of the attractive entrants on this and the following page.

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The Annual “Miss Hawke’s Bay” Bathing Beauty Contest attracted 21 entries and here are the lovely semi-finalists.

Back row, from left: Rex Watson, Charles Andrews (Pres.), Neville Sceats, Jack Semple (Vice Pres.), John Pudney, Kelvin Christison. Front Row: David Josephs, Alan Hewson (Sec.), Murray Holland (Vice Pres.). Not shown, David Levy.

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N.A.C. FRIENDSHIP

The recent inaugural flight of the N.A.C. Fokker Friendship into Hawke’s Bay Airport caused a very large crowd of visitors to gather at the airport to see this, the first jet engined aircraft to land at the airport. The aircraft made two courtesy flights around the district, the first being a party of children from France and Randall House, whose flight was arranged by the Napier Lions Club by courtesy of N.A.C., and also air cadets from Napier and Hastings.

Mr. Ross Banks, Napier Branch Manager for N.A.C. talks with Mr. Peter Tait, chairman of the Hawke’s Bay Airport Authority during the second flight.

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The Friendship cockpit, showing the mass of instruments required in a modern jet aircraft.

The spacious interior of the new aircraft.

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Lions’ President Ivor Curtis, on behalf of Napier Lions, presenting an occasional table to Mr. and Mrs. Walter Girling in recognition of Mr. Girling’s outstanding services to local and national charities.

Regular Friday night T.V. viewers take up positions in Robert Holt’s Napier store for their favourite free programmes.

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BOXING DAY ATHLETICS

Head down, tail up, N. Atkins of Taradale winning the half mile wheelman’s events.

Breasting the tape is H. Morrison of Hastings, in an unsuccessful attempt on the H.B.P.B. Centre record for the quarter mile.

W. Pene, Taradale, winning the 100 yards scratch race from H. McLean, Christchurch.

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DISASTROUS FIRE

One of the most costly fires in Napier for more than thirty years was the fire that destroyed Odlins. The building and stock, worth more than £100,000 were completely destroyed.

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The Annual Waimarama surf Life Saving Club’s New Year’s Day beach carnival at Waimarama saw the Iaunching of the new surf canoe, donated by the people of Hastings and district. Pictured are the crew, Adrian Gray, Peter Hannah, Gregg Norton and Peter Turner, beside the new canoe.

Sand castles – hundreds of ’em.

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Two youngsters determined to get a prize in the under five years race.

Expectant waiting of the judge with the lollies.

Surf men Kevin Duck, Max Botherway and Barry Keehan on watch from the new observation tower.

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HOWARD MORRISON

All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy. When informally interviewed at Napier, Howard was relaxing (?) playing tennis. Asked about his recent trip to Australia with the Quartet, Howard said it was virtually impossible to get a full house for two nights in the week in the leading Sydney night club. Asked if he had any plans for going further afield than Australia, he replied, “It’s a wise man who knows his own limitations”. Howard and the boys spend up to 12 hours a week playing sport or doing calisthenics, which they maintain helps keep them trim and fit for stage work. A keen squash player, Howard and Noel King [Kingi] participate in deer stalking and pig hunting whenever their commitments permit.

Wot, no side saddle! A four in hand at the Marine Parade playground.

Margo and Elizabeth Luscombe, two small visitors from Raetihi.

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MOVING DAY

“Building on the move”. The recent tricky moving of the Peros Umbrella factory in Tennyson Street, from one side of the road to the other, where the factory then became the second floor of a new building recently built for the Company. Pictures show (above) the start with the factory mounted on railway lines, and (below) half way across.

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SANTA VISITS MARAENUI

Santa Claus and Fairy helpers, Ruth and Mary Taylor, pass sweets and gifts to youngsters.

Mr. Graham Pederson with his two satisfied sons.

I wonder …?

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RECENT WEDDINGS

HARVEY – WHITAKER. Shown after their wedding at St. James Presbyterian Church, Bulls, are Mr. and Mrs. John Valentine Harvey. The bride was formerly Kathleen Mary, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. G. Whitaker, Waitatapia Station, Bulls, and the groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Harvey, Highland Farm,Tutaenui, Marton. The couple will make their home in Albury, Australia. The party from left, are: Bob Harvey (Marton), Jeanette Whitaker (Bulls), groom and bride, Carole George (Marton), and Gary Sefton (Te Kuiti)
Photo by Richards Studios, Wanganui

WEDD – REDSHAW. At St, Paul’s Anglican Church, Wairoa, Verna Lesley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C.T. Redshaw, Wairoa, was married to David Charles Clark, son of Mr. J.C. and the late Mrs. Wedd, Sherenden, Hastings. The party from left, are: Paul Thomas, Virginia Mossman, Laurence Redshaw, Rosemary Hayes, groom and bride, Campbell Speedy, Janice Redshaw, and the flower girl is Diana Kay.The future home of the couple will be Wairoa.
Photo by Hamilton Studios, Wairoa

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HARVEY – KIRKMAN. Shown after their wedding at Napier recently are Mr. and Mrs. Alan Harvey. The bride is Colleen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. Kirkman, Napier, and the groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Harvey, Hastings. The group is, from left: Tony Nilsson, groom and bride, Elaine Fulford, and the flower girls are Elizabeth and Susan Taylor.
Photo by Batchelors Studios

MORRIS – DORAN. Shown outside St. Augustine’s Church, Napier, after their wedding are Mr. and Mrs. James Morris. The bride is Alison, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. Doran, Napier, and the groom is the son of Mrs. P. Morris, Napier. The bridal party is from left, Richard Abbott, Lesley Forward, groom and bride, Judy Salt, and Vivian Otter.
Photo by Batchelors Studio

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CRIPPLE CHILDREN’S CHRISTMAS PARTY

For the second year, crippled children in Hawke‘s Bay have gathered at Taradale Park for a Christmas party run by the H.B. Crippled Children Society with the help of the Red Cross, Rotary, Lions, and other groups.

The children went home tired but happy, after a full day’s programme of swimming, rides on a real fire engine and a tractor train, coconut shies, horse rides, feast and a concert.

Ann Jones of Hastings, obviously enjoying a dip with Lynley Chapman-Taylor and Peter Cowley in attendance.

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Bill Sargisson of Hastings gets his first taste of the water as John Hannah of Napier gives a helping hand.

Elizabeth Lothian and a borrowed pony were in big demand during the day.

Lorraine King holding court at the Christmas Party and concert in the Rugby Club Gymnasium.

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PAVEMENT ART AND ARTISTS

Some of the junior artists awaiting the judges.

Jonathon Wells, a visitor from San Diego.

An anonymous artist with a topical subject.

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Gaye Hatwell of Napier and “Sun-flowers”.

Deborah Morten from Auckland with “Mary had a little lamb”.

Embrionic Politician?

“Mountain Scenery”, by one of the younger group.

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A fine study of a rampant stag by a young Napier artist.

Don’t look now, but there’s a tiger right behind you.

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21st BIRTHDAYS

Maxine Janet, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Mason, Napier, is shown at her 21st which was held at the Ex Navalmens Hall, Napier.
Photo by Batchelors Studios

Carol, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Morrison, Napier, recently celebrated her 21st with a party at the James Banquet Lounge, Napier.
Photo by Batchelors Studios

Helen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. O. McKay, Eskdale, recently celebrated her 21st at the Eskdale Hall.
Photo by Batchelors Studios

Rosalind, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Howarth, Dargaville, recently celebrated her 21st with friends in Hastings.
Photo by Batchelors Studios

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T.Q. THRILLS & SPILLS

“To the victor the spoils”. J. Wakely, Meeanee, on his victory lap after winning the “Rothmans Cup”.

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Joe Henderson entering the back straight at speed.

Young Freddie Timmo leads the field all the way in the “Robson Challenge Cup” race. A bright future is predicted for this young speedway rider.

More dust.

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Rounding the bend for the last time.

Dangerous curves.

Dust flies as Freddie Timmo banks on the corner.

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MOTORISTS –
– Take a Tip from ROBBIE

If you Get into a Skid

Do NOT – Jam on your brakes or use the clutch.
Instead You Should –
Leave the clutch engaged, take your foot off the accelerator, and then turn the front wheel into the direction of the skid. As the car straightens out straighten your front wheels.

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This is a condenser. It is located either inside or immediately alongside the distributor of your car and performs quite an important function. If it should fail the engine won’t run. Unfortunately, condensers don’t give much warning that they are becoming tired of life, therefore it’s always a good idea to carry a spare. They cost only a few shillings.

Welding goggles worn by a helper will enable him to look directly at the head-lamp filaments as you test the wires. He can detect flicker in either filament without suffering any damage to his eyes.

Robbie says . . . A pat on the back develops character, if administered young enough, often enough, and low enough.

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OUTDOOR ART SHOW

The Hawke’s Bay and East Coast Art Society, once again attracted large numbers of people to their outdoor exhibition of local art. This year pottery was included in the display and this occasioned much favourable comment. Above is a section of the many people who visited the show.

This study by well-known artist R. M. McLauchlin shows the use of the acrylic technique.

This charcoal drawing of a Roman head drew much comment.

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The expert.

Amazing!

Good Heavens!

Appraising.

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Ronald and Anthony, twin sons of Mrs. G. E. and the late Mr. A. H. (Buster) Bryan, Taradale, are shown here with their mother at their 21st, which was held at the Meeanee Hall recently.
Photo by Batchelors Studios

Shown at their Golden Wedding Anniversary are Mr. and Mrs. C. Kendal, Napier.
Photo by Batchelors Studios

A farewell party was held for Beth Attwood who is leaving Hastings to train as a karitane nurse in Wellington. The group from left is, Alan Forrest, Beth Attwood, Barry Bishop, Lyn Addis Patterson, Rosslyn Attwood.
Photo by Bachelors Studios

Kevin, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Munson, Taupo, is shown with his parents at his 21st birthday which was held at the Karamu Lodge Hall, Hastings.
Photo by Batchelors Studios

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Next Issue
27th Feb.

[Back cover photo – N.A.C.’s first “Friendship” comes to Hawke’s Bay. Photographed on the occasion of the “Friendship” inaugural flight on 15th December. ]

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Published November 1958 – June 1967

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February 1964

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