Hawke’s Bay Photo News 1965 – Number 076 March

Hawke’s Bay PHOTO NEWS
76th Issue
MARCH 1965
HAWKE’S BAY’S OWN PHOTO MAGAZINE
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[Cover photo – Lovely Miss Maureen Cave, a cosmetician of Hastings, who is very interested in fashion modeling, is pictured wearing a model frock, designed by Roswitha Robertson.]

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PHOTO NEWS
HAWKE’S BAY’S OWN PICTORIAL PHOTO MAGAZINE
Vol. 7
No. 4
March 1965

Editor Philip Moore

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OUR COVER PICTURES

Front Cover. Lovely Miss Maureen Cave, a cosmetician of Hastings, who is very interested in fashion modeling, is pictured wearing a model frock, designed by Roswitha Robertson.

Back Cover. Harvest of the Sea. The product of a tow lays on the deck of a Napier trawler, ready for cleaning and packing.

Carol Rumsey (N.Z. Intermediate Champion).

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INTERNATIONAL SKATING

Recently, Hawke‘s Bay played host to a team of Italian skaters who thrilled audiences in both Napier and Hastings during their visit. Pictured here at the Napier Skating Club Rink, are members of the team, from left: Vittorio De Cesaris (speed), Loretta Mangili (Italian Women’s figure skating champion), Antonio Merlo (Italian men’s figure skating champion), and Franco Bertolini (speed).

Loretta Mangili and Antonio Merlo in part of their spectacular routine.

An added attraction was the appearance of several New Zealand champion skaters. Shown above is Ingrid Rumsey (N.Z. Silver Medallist).

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DOLPHINS ARRIVE

After months of waiting and disappointment, Napier finally filled its Dolphin Pool with four excellent specimens of the Delfinis species. They were caught by Mr. Frank Robson, a Napier fisherman, with the assistance of Mr. Alex Dobbins, the dolphin trainer. Here we Show a section of the large crowd which flocked to the pool to watch “Daphne” the “first of the few”.

“Daphne” and Alex Dobbins get to know each other.

After only a few days, “Daphne” Was able to stand on her tail and jump for her food.

The three new arrivals await the dinner gong.

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SOCIAL NOTES

RILEY – HAGUE. Recently married at St. Augustine’s Church, Napier, were Mr. and Mrs. John Edward Riley. The bride is Robyn Jocelyn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Hague, Napier, and the groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Riley, Hastings.
Photo by Hurst Studio

Glenys Mary Morley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Morley, Hastings, recently celebrated her engagement to Bruce Geoffrey Douglas Hewson, son of Mrs. Hewson, Middlesex, England.

Engaged recently were Margaret Falvey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. K. Falvey, Napier, and Peter Aldous, son of Mrs. F. and the late Mr. P. Aldous, Auckland. They celebrated with a party at the Marist Gymnasium.
Photo by Batchelors Studios

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CRICKET

“TRIBUNE” vs “TELEGRAPH”

A friendly cricket match was held at Anderson Park, Havelock North, recently, between the editorial staffs of the Daily Telegraph and the Herald Tribune. Shown above is the Tribune team which beat the Telegraph team (below) by 3 runs.

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H.B. – POVERTY BAY ATHLETIC CHAMPIONSHIPS

The first day of the Hawke’s Bay-Poverty Bay Athletic Championships were held at McLean Park, Napier. Despite a strong blustery wind and a rather heavy track, some amazing performances were put up by some of the athletes. Pictured here is the final of the senior men’s 100 yards,won by R. Williams (Dannevirke), from G. Kivell (Napier), and W. A. Davis (Hastings), in the time of 10.3 seconds.

M. Walker of Gisborne, shown creating a new record for the pole vault, at 11ft. 1/4 in.

A. Curtis (Napier) crosses the line in the senior mile, a clear winner, from record holder A. Parkinson of Gisborne. Time: 4 min. 21.8 seconds.

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Shown on the victory dais are the place getters in the women’s 220 yards championship. From left: K. McCarthy (Hastings), 2nd; G. Morley (Hastings), 1st; and R. Needham (Gisborne), 3rd.

An unfortunate stumble at the last hurdle by M. Merritt (Taradale), allowed M. Walker (Gisborne) to take 1st place in the senior men’s 220 yards hurdles.

The start of the junior men’s 880 yards championship.

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The field gets under way in the 20,000 metre walk.

M. Mason (Waipukurau) in action in the senior men’s long jump.

H. Morison (Napier) breasts the tape after a record breaking 49.4 seconds for the senior men’s 440 yards.

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NAPIER CAT SHOW

Napier’s first ever cat show was held successfully at the War Memorial Hall. Although confined to kittens and domestic cats, it was gratifying to have so many entries. Shown here are Malcolm and Cathryn Bell and Kenneth Milne, proudly displaying two of the cats.

Miss B. Daniells with “Mustard”, judged the best working cat. Only the best of milk at “McHardy”.

Best short-haired kitten of the show, shown by Mrs. Penwill of Hastings.

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Mrs. F. E. M. Hedley (Lower Hutt), who was a judge at the show, appraised the virtues of a shaded silver kitten. Below: Steward Mrs. H. Hawkins of Taradale, holds a frightened entrant. Below: right: “I might be only a common variety, but I’m here on my own merits”.

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Mr. D. C. Wells of Napier holds his Siamese kittens “Simba” and “Sheba”.

Gail Ebbett of Napier with “Ruff”.

Wellington exhibitor, Mrs. E. Williams, gained eleven first prizes with “Eastwood Dresden Doll”.

Mrs. B. W. Hawkins with “Seabury Serena”, which gained seven first prizes.

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Raelyn Murray of Hastings with “Sweet Suzanne”.

Richard Waitoa of Napier had great difficulty in holding “Pooh Bear”.

Jim and Nicky McIvor with “Rusty” and “Dusty”.

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WEDDING BELLS

ARROWSMITH – McCOSH. The wedding recently took place at St. Patrick’s Church, Napier, of Bernice Adele, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. J. McCosh, Napier, to Roger Arrowsmith, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. Arrowsmith, Napier. The party, from left, is: Ross Frater, Noelene Cresswell, groom and bride, Roseline Taylor and John Cummings.

JONES – MINTON. Mr. and Mrs. Amo Jones, shown after their marriage in Hastings. The bride is Peta, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. Minton, Hastings,and the groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Dawson Jones of Karamu, Hastings.

TOOMER – THOMPSON. Married recently at St. Augustine’s Church, Napier, were Mr. and Mrs. John Toomer. The bride is Raye, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Thompson, Hawera, whilst the groom is the son of Mr, and Mrs. C. Toomer of Napier.

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SURFCASTING TOURNAMENT

Over 100 surfcasters from as far afield as Wellington, Gisborne, Wanganui and Taranaki, participated in Pania Surfcasting Club’s 7th Annual Tournament, held at Whirinaki Beach. Here we show a section of the large crowd which attended the prize giving.

Mr. C. Ireland of Waipukurau, receiving his trophy for Champion Angler, from Mrs. C. C. Smith, wife of the Club’s Patron.

Mrs. V. Thompson, Waipukurau, who gained first place in the Women’s Championship.

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Young Gary Brady of Clive was the Junior Champion.

Club President Murray Choate, shows how it should be done.

The Pania Inter-Club Teams Trophy went to this happy group of anglers who are, from left, rear: Bill Harris, Mrs. L. A. Harris, Lionel Harris, and in front, Trevor Hall.

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ODD SHOTS

The new lights at McLean Park could open up a totally new era of sport for Hawke’s Bay. With four columns, each holding a battery of 42 lights, installed at a cost of 18,000 Pounds. McLean Park could well prove to be a really bright spot in Napier. When not in use, could some of them be utilised to augment the poor lighting in accident prone Latham Street? We show here one of the standards waiting to be hauled into place.

The last vestige of the old block of the Mangateretere School was lifted off the site by crane recently and to mark the occasion, the children were lined up to watch the event.

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ODD SHOTS

The field gets under way in the Hawke’s Bay Poverty Bay Marathon, won this year by Vic Jackson of Napier, in the excellent time of 2 hours 34 minutes.

Member of the newly-formed Taradale Jaycees painted the roof of the Henry Hill School to raise funds for the chapter’s inaugural meeting.

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INDOOR SOCCER

A sport which is gaining rapidly in popularity is indoor soccer. With 16 junior and 16 senior teams playing twice on club nights at the Centennial Stadium, Napier, the sport is attracting more and more participants and spectators. With only 5 players comprising a team, the pace of course, is fast from first to last whistle. Here we show a general view of the Stadium with a 2nd Division game in progress.

A section of the crowd gives vocal encouragement to their respective teams.

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Ashley Wilson scores a goal for Real Rovers.

An incident in the game Rovers versus Colenso.

Despite a desperate attempted save, Rovers score a goal.

Rovers team turns defence into attack in a match against Colenso.

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RECENT WEDDINGS

HARE – WILLIAMS. St. Columba’s Church, Westshore, was the scene of the marriage of Helen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Williams, Taupo, and Graeme, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. Hare, Mangateretere.
Photo by Hurst Studios

HEIBNER – DAKERS. Mr. and Mrs. Brian Heibner are seen after their marriage at the All Saint’s Church, Taradale. The bride is Diane, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Dakers, Puketapu, and the groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Heibner, Napier.
Photo by Hurst Studios

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WEDDING BELLS

THOMASON – FITZWATER. Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Thomasen were recently married at the Salvation Army Citadel, Napier. The bride is Raewyn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Fitzwater, Napier, and the groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Thomasen, Ngaio, Wellington.
Photo by Hurst Studios

ADANK – VERRAN. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Adank are seen after their wedding at the Greenmeadows Methodist Church. The bride is Valerie Anne Verran, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. V. Simmonds, Taradale, and the groom is the son of Mrs. P. Adank, Wesport.
Photo by Batchelors Studios

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TASMAN FORMULA RACING

Victory dais, from left: Winner, Graham Hill (Brabham-Climax); Frank Gardner (Brabham-Climax), 2nd; and 3rd, also first New Zealand driver to finish, Jimmy Palmer (Brabham-Climax.)

A. G. Marshall spins his Lotus-Cortina and faces the full field on the first lap of the Saloon car race at Pukekohe.

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Former Miss New Zealand, Elaine Miscall, gets a kiss from the winner Jim Clark (Scotland) at Levin.

Dr. “Dick” Langley of Napier, in his Mini-S-Cooper, No. 73, hard on the heels of G. Harvey’s Holden.

Brilliant performances have been made by Putaruru driver Roly Levis in his 1.5 litre Brabham-Ford, seen here on the grid at Levin.

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JUNIOR GOLF TOURNAMENT

The Junior Golf Tournament, sponsored by Leopard Breweries, attracted many entries from Auckland to Dunedin and excellent golf was the order of the day. Shown coming off the course are, from left: Miss W. Bryant and Marion Petchell (Waikato), Mrs T Kiwi (Gisborne), Gillian Longney, (Napier), Messrs, T. Peacock and J. Ormsby (Waipukurau), E. Jull (Waipawa), and A. Ritchie (Waipukurau).

The trophies were presented by Mrs. J. McFarlane, and the winners are, from left: R. Turner (Napier), runner-up to G.O. McLean (Lower Hutt), winner of the Leopard Cup; Mrs. McFarlane, Gillian Longney (Napier), winner of the Leopard Rosebowl; and Mrs. T. Kiwi (Gisborne).

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SWIMMING

The Footscray Swimming Club from Melbourne, Australia, on a visit to New Zealand, included Napier in the itinerary. This is thought to be the first club to tour from overseas. The ages of the swimmers ranged from 9-20 years. We show here part of the team being presented to the H.B.P.B. team.

Some of the Footscray girls pose with H.B.P.B. girls before the races. Back row, from left: Eva Sevaracz, Susan Cowan (H.B.P.B.), Renate Passik, Carol Goodall (H.B.P.B), and Pat Lyons. Front: Christine Fuller (H.B.P.B.), Cheryl Morgan and Gail McDonald (H.B.P.B.)

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INTER-PORT TOURNAMENT

Four hundred competitors taking part in six sports descended on Napier for the recent Watersiders Inter-port Tournament. The trophies were presented at a function at which some 600 guests packed the Centennial Hall. Shown here is the Napier cricket team, winners on points from Auckland “A”.

J. McGregor of Napier receives his trophy as champion chess player.

W. Spence receiving the “wooden spoon” for cricket on behalf of the Auckland “B” team.

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G.W. Bruhns, L. Stacknie, J. Hampton and R. Eagle, from Napier, were the successful indoor rinks bowling champions.

George Tareha of Napier, the inter-port golf champion.

Jack Fisher and Allan Parks of Napier, who won the outdoor bowls pairs.

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WEDDING BELLS

THOMASS – CHALMERS. Married at the Seventh-Day Adventist Church, Taradale, recently, were Margaret Ann, daughter of Mrs. A. V. Chalmers, Taradale, and the late Mr. W. E. Chalmers, to Earl George, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Thomass, Woodville. The party, from left, is: Mr. N. Anderson, Miss M. Chalmers, groom and bride, Mr. J. Wise, and Miss D. Chalmers.
Photo by Hurst Studios

JOHNSTONE – BAINES. Recently married at St. Andrew’s Church, Hastings, were Suzanne Margretha Baines, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G.A. Baines, Hastings, and Robert Hugh Johnstone, son of Mr. and Mrs. H.P. Johnstone, Clive. The party, from left, is: Graeme Dewson, Josephine White, groom and bride, Ronald Dean, Anglia Redwood and the flower girls are Shellie Eplett and Carol Johnstone.
Photo by Stewart Johnstone

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CHURCHILL MEMORIAL SERVICE

The scene at the Hastings Cenotaph in Civic Square, during the Memorial Service to the late Sir Winston Churchill. The Mayor of Hastings, Mr. R. V. Giorgi, is pictured (top) during his address. Below: The service was conducted by the Rev. H.G. Titterton (white robes), assisted by the Rev. W. Lindsay, Mr. Duncan MacIntyre, M. P. for Hastings (centre), was another speaker.

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ROVING CAMERA

With over 100 youngsters, from tots to teens, taking the opportunity to learn to swim, the classes being held at the Olympic Pool by the combined Napier swimming clubs, are proving to be very popular. Shown here are some of group 2 on flutter boards.

Group 3 learn to swim.

Mr. Bickerstaff takes the diving group.

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H.B. ROWING CLUB’S ANNUAL REGATTA

Members of the Star, Wellington, rowing club, watch the finish of an event on the Ngaruroro river at Clive, during the annual regatta of the Hawke’s Bay Rowing Club, recently. They are, from left: W. Barker. C. Bridge, B. Muntz, S. Radford, J. Spooner and D. Munro.

The Hutt Valley crew, winners of the maiden fours event, flash over the finishing line.

The Wairoa senior pair, M. Johnston and D. Winter, who were placed second in the pairs event.

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Rowers strain every muscle as they fight out a keen finish to the maiden fours event.

Hawke’s Bay senior pairs rowers Tony Austin (left) and John Haley, who took third place in the senior pairs event.

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Steadying their shells prior to taking part in the singles events are John Palmer, Union (left), and Allan Williams of Hawke’s Bay.

Basil Jordan, one of the Hawke’s Bay Rowing Club’s officials, keeps in contact with the top of the river for reports on race startings.

Fourteen-months-old Donald McDonald of Wellington wants a lend of dad’s glasses to watch the final of a race.

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S. Radford and J. Spooner of Star No. 1 team glide effortlessly to a comfortable win in the senior pairs.

The Hawke’s Bay crew a little the worse for wear at the conclusion of the maiden fours heat.

K. Vette, Gisborne, in a birds-eye view from the overbridge at Clive, during the junior singles sculls.

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MARCHING TEAMS COMPETE

Nelson Park, Hastings, was the venue recently for the 1964-65 21st marching championships, open and local. Brilliant conditions prevailed as shown (above) by this group of Palmerston North Commanders sunning themselves before taking part in their event. They are, from left: Elaine Johnston, Erryl Hutton, Cathryne Keith, Janet Budden (leader), Mirium Johnston, Bev Taylor, and Erinore Scott. While the above drank in the sun, the lower group cooled off with refreshments. The girls are, from left: Sylvia Bick, Sandra Dudding, Cherrie Breading, and Lorraine Ulyatt, all members of the March Militaires.

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No marching champs are complete without the mascot and supporting three for the Cyclone team are, from left: Robyn Ferguson, Linda Wilson and Susan Cameron. Below: A group of juniors and midgets from the Cyclone team.

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WEDDING BELLS

LONGMAN – ANDERSON. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Michael Longman are seen after their wedding at St. Paul’s Church, Napier. The bride is Elizabeth Ellen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Anderson, Napier, and the groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. A. Longman, Kent, England.
Photo by Hurst Studio

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Pictured here, studying their map prior to taking off for a weekend trip, are, left, Colleen Simpkin, and Mary Frost. Mary is the only woman at the Napier Aero Club with her private pilot’s license, whilst Colleen holds a student pilot’s licence. Congratulations girls.

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WEBBER SHIELD BOWLING

R. Tablin, Wanganui.

T. Godber and T. Mawson of Kia Toa, in pensive mood.

“I missed it by a coat of paint”, explains P. Oliver (right) to his opponent, G. Denton.

Heretaunga’s Geoff Long in a locked pose.

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Once again the task of controlling and planning the Webber Shield Tournament has been handled splendidly by Mr. M. A. Griffin, pictured chatting with Mrs. F. Ingrim (senior vice-president of the Heretaunga Women’s Bowling Club).

Veteran bowler Mr. Bill Bennett in action.

J. Cuching, Whakatu, sends down a delivery during a match against Waiwere.

A real personality, not only in bowling circles, is Mr. Percy Bear, who has been 60 years a member of the Napier Bowling Club.

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A nervous smoke for S. Goldman of Bluff Hill (top left). Top right: One of the Carlton players in this years’s tournament was Arthur Connew. Below: Former jockey Billy Hansen of Wanganui, lines up on the jack.

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DEWER [DEWAR] CUP POLO

Eight senior and seven junior teams gathered at the Irongate Polo Grounds, Hastings, for the annual Hawke’s Bay Polo Club’s Dewar Cup Tournament, recently.

Above: Johnny Barrett, Wanstead, connects with a fair backhand during a strong attacking move in Hawke’s Bay territory.

Left: It appears as though a Wairarapa player is poised to land a hefty blow to the head of the Feilding player riding just in front of him.

Above: Wanstead’s James Deardon follows through a hit towards the Hawke’s Bay goal, as A. McKenzie (left) rides into challenge.

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Clouds of dust rise off the powder dry surface of the Irongate Polo Grounds as ponies are reined in during the Hawke’s Bay Wanstead match. Leaning far out for a shot is Wanstead No. 3, D. Black.

Below: Charging ponies thunder down on the gaol during play in the Wairarapa versus Feilding game.

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Poverty Bay and Rangitikei players manouvre for a favourable striking position during a goalmouth skirmish in the final of the 1965 Dewar Cup.

Below: Woody Sherratt (centre), No. 2 for Poverty Bay, connects with a neat backhand and shoots the ball under the legs of his speeding pony.

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INTERNATIONAL MOTO CROSS

An International Moto Cross, held at Puketapu by the combined Motor Cycle Clubs of New Zealand in conjunction with W. D. & H. O. Wills, attracted approximately 2-3000 spectators. With top riders from the U.K., Australia and the Continent to compete against, New Zealand Champion Ken Cleghorn of Palmerston North, proved that he was up to the world standard, and at time of going to press was well up in the points score in the series. Here can be seen machines leaping forward at the start of the 350 c.c. event.

Winner of the International Race of 15 laps was Germany’s George Hauger, seen taking to the air.

Ken Cleghorn of Palmerston North, hits a rough spot in the 2nd lap.

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Seen having a quiet chat between races were, from left: Arthur Harris (England), Ian Cox (Taupo) and Bill Pink (Palmerston North).

Apparently Palmerston North’s Allan Collison must have been saddle sore.

Garry Marsh apparently believes that the “best of friends must part.”

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“To the victor the spoils “. From left, Ken Cleghorn (N.Z.), 3rd; George Hauger (Germany), 1st; and Tim Gibbes (Australia), 2nd.

Still able to raise a smile, despite two falls and bent equipment, was Napier’s John Robson.

Winner of the consolation event was Wally Gibson of Napier.

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H.B. – POVERTY BAY SWIMMING CHAMPS

A section of the large attendance which filled the Havelock North swimming pool for the 1965 H.P.-P.B. Swimming Championships.

Greg Meade of Comet, who won the Kirkley Cup for the most points in the 14-16 years age group, is shown here in his winning performance in the 110 yards butterfly championship, which was a new H.B.-P.B. record.

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Shy smiles from the winners of the girls under 12, 220 yards freestyle. The winner was S. Cowan, Pacific (centre), with Y. Goodall, Comet (left), second, and A. Adye, Comet, third.

Placegetters in the 220 yards girls 12-14 freestyle, are, from left; Carol Goodall, Greendale, 2nd; Alice Taipa, Olympic, 1st; and Jane Bird, McGlashan, 3rd.

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Miss Gaye Morley, Olympic, bronzed by the sun, is all smiles after winning the senior women’s diving event.

Richard Swindell, of the Olympic Club, Gisborne, in a spectacular dive during the men’s event, which he won at the 1965 championships. Swindell’s points scoring was extremely high.

Bill Robertson, Mahora, who finished second to Swindell in the senior men’s diving.

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TOMOANA SHIELD ATHLETICS

“LOOK OUT …!” Hastings athlete Sue Haden caught in flight during participation in the women’s long jump (which she won) at the Tomoana Shield athletic meeting held at Hastings, recently. Six local and centre records were broken during the meeting.

Below: The close finish of the 100 yards women’s (McKee Cup), which was won by R. Tahy, Gisborne, right.

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The place getters in the junior men’s 100 yards, smile for the camera after their race. Winner was C. Cotsilinis (centre), with R. Ward (right) of Hastings, second, and T. Castles, Taradale, third.

Below left: Robert Anderson of Hastings, who smashed the colts one mile record by 8.7 seconds to set a new club and centre record.

Below right: The field under the starter’s gun for the senior men’s mile event, which was won by R. Wilson (right), of Taradale.

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RECENT WEDDINGS

JOHNSON – HANNIGAN. Patricia Ann, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Hannigan, Napier, was recently married to Ronald William, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Johnson, Ohakune, at St. Mary’s Church, Ahuriri.
Photo by Hurst Studio

YOUNG – McKAY. Helen Ann, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. O. McKay, Eskdale, and Albert John, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Young, Rotorua, were recently married at St. Columba’s Church, Westshore.
Photo by Hurst Studio

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Published November 1958 – June 1967

Format of the original

Magazine

Date published

March 1965

Publisher

The Hawke's Bay Publishing Company Ltd

Accession number

967/968/35524

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