Hawke’s Bay Photo News 1963 – Number 053 April

Hawke’s Bay PHOTO NEWS
53rd Issue
APRIL 1963

[Cover photo – Our front cover this month is lovely young Judith Parkes. Judy is at present employed in a Napier city store, but is shortly going to Wellington to train as a model.]

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Vol. 5
No. 5
April 1963

Editor Philip Moore

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Front Cover. Our front cover this month is lovely young Judith Parkes. Judy is at present employed in a Napier city store, but is shortly going to Wellington to train as a model.

Back Cover. Winner of the 1963 Moffat Cup, the Hawke’s Bay yacht “Surprise”, skippered by Bob Gunson.

Like “a painted Ship upon a painted ocean”, the Wellington entry barely makes way.

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Held in Hawke Bay recently, off Napier, the National Moffat Cup Contest was beset with extremes in weather conditions, starting under storm weather conditions, and ending with a flat calm, with a day of good weather conditions in between.

Above we see the Auckland entry, and below, Canterbury, both moving with a bone in their teeth.

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Boats and crews who sailed in the 1963 Moffat Cup contest.

WAIKATO – Skipper F. Feisst, Crew: B. Mitchell, Mrs. Feisst.

SOUTHLAND – “Viking”, Skipper M. King, Crew: M. Wilson, D. Jerram.

WELLINGTON – “Replica”, Skipper N. Press, Crew: C. Kettlewell and R. Bailey.

CANTERBURY – “Psyche”, Skipper C. F. Dann, Crew: D. R Smith, R. Flaws.

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HAWKE’S BAY – “Surprise”, Skipper R.J. Gunson; Crew: J. Workman, F. H. Johnson.

AUCKLAND – “Omega”, Skipper D. Barn, Crew: J. Wakefield, F. B. Grayon.

POVERTY BAY – “Concern”, Skipper W. H. Neal, Crew: A. Powell and P. Welsh.

OTAGO – “Nerida”, Skipper R. M. Davis, Crew: E. Saunderland, B. Burtenshaw.

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From nowhere to everywhere, the A.A. sign at Scott Base acts as a backdrop to Messrs. B. Lisette and. D. Webley, both of Hastings, and I. Trethowen, Taupo, who are crew members of H.M.N.Z.S. “Endeavour”. Picture was taken during a recent supply mission to the Base.

The moral of this picture is, go on your honeymoon by plane, train or bus, or else plant a decoy and then calmly drive away from the reception in another car, as was the case here.

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SMITH-MILLER. Pictured after their wedding at the Eskdale Memorial Church, are Richard Ashton, son of Mr. and Mrs. A.J. Smith, Hastings, and Ngaire Jesabel,daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P. McK. Miller, Napier. The bridal party from left: Bride and Groom, Peter Smith, Lorna Miller, Paul Smith and Jan Edwards.
Photo by Batchelors Studios.

GURDIT-SINGH – MACLEAN, Shown cutting their cake after their wedding recently, are Mr. and Mrs. Gurdit-Singth. The bride was formerly Wendy, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walsh, Napier, and the groom was the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Gurdit-Singh, Napier.
Photo by Batchelors Studios

Shown cutting her cake is Elaine, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Ramsay, Napier, at her 21st birthday, held in the James Banquet Lounge, Napier.
Photo by Batchelors Studios.

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FOX – WHYTE. The wedding was held at Onga Onga recently, of Judith Alice Whyte, Christchurch, and Graeme Richard Fox of Palmerston North.
Photo by Hurst Studio

WALKER – CAMERON. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. M. Walker, seen cutting their wedding cake after their marriage in London recently. The bride is Heather Marjorie, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Cameron. Napier. She was given away by her cousin, Dr. D.O. Oliver, Palmerston North. She was attended by her sister Jennifer, and Viviene Thompson, New Zealand. Miss Cameron trained as a nurse at the Memorial Hospital, Hastings.

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Held recently in a Napier store, was a parade of fashion of new styles and colours for the Autumn. Above, Lois wears a pale green jersey with collar and black pleated skirt with inserts to tone with the jumper.

Dawn models a selection of the new season’s felts.

Modelled by Auckland model Dawn Olsen, is this smart sweater and skirt set. The sweater is green with white collar, and the skirt is a green check trimmed with large green buttons.

Elsie models a smoke blue frock in double knit jersey.

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Lois again in a smart brown check suit of cross over style with belt.

Dawn models the Supreme Award of the Golden Shears Contest, a beautifully simple evening gown of white, with heavy gold embroidery. Included is a simple half length cape. The name of the gown is “Venus”,

Velma wears a grey and brown check suit with high round collar and matching brown trim.

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Also shown were the two gowns designed by Hastings designer, Rosewitha Robertson. Above is the wedding gown “Pink Orchid” made from blush pink satin with heavily encrusted beaded collar entwining through front folds framing the neck line. The full-length veil falls from the back collar to the hemline of the train and is sprinkled with leaves and flowers, pearldrops and diamante.

“Tosca”, the Gown oi the Year, designed in the Grand Opera style in a deep red colour beautifully embroidered with diamante. Both gowns were modelled by Colleen Tait of Hastings.

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Crossing Troubles. On a recent fine Sunday, a long line of cars were returning from Westshore Beach, and, turning into Taradale Road, found the road blocked at the level crossing, where line repairs were in progress. It was then that drivers caused their own traffic snarl by trying to cross over the traffic that was turning into Taradale Road, which was going to have to turn back anyway.

Landscape work carried out last year in the Napier Botanical Gardens have helped to make these gardens a pleasant retreat.

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Peter Snell and Don Clarke, two of the great names in New Zealand sport, pictured with Greater Hastings Public Relations Officer, Mr. Ken Sparks.

While on visit to Napier to talk over their sporting careers, Peter Snell and Don Clarke were guests of Greater Hastings at a special dinner at the Hawke‘s Bay Farmers. Snell took the opportunity for a piece of training by running the distance between the two cities via the main highway, collected his clothes, had a shower, and appeared in top form for the dinner.

Glad to be back home with her owner, Mrs. Starnes, of the S.P.C.A. Boarding Kennels, Bessie the black Labrador dog, makes a fuss of her owner after being lost and then successfully found within 24 hours in Hastings recently. Following a phone call from a resident of the Pakowhai area, Mrs. Starnes went out in her car to investigate, and sure enough, there was Bessie waiting to be picked up. The dog holds special favour with Mrs. Starnes, for she had nursed it back to health when it was found hobbling along near Whakatu with a broken leg.

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A project which is causing great interest among the pupils of Form I-II at Bledisloe School, Taradale, is the production of its first class magazine. Above, a class panel interviews noted All Black, Kelvin Tremain.

The class as a unit working on all the many articles that go to make a magazine.

Suzanne Eden and Heather Ramage working with a reference book, put together an article on the Gum Emperor Moth.

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Linda Gibson and Helen McLeod pursue [peruse] the daily newspaper for items of interest.

Diane Sherborne locates, from a national daily newspaper, the source of news items, using a map of the world for reference.

Filing clerk, Kerry Bower, checks her file for articles of interest.

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The recent interview of Kelvin Tremain by the class was recorded on tape, and here we see Garry Nugeut writing an article from the questions and answers of that interview.

Wendy Lee draws an illustration for the article, on the Gum Emperor. Wendy is drawing from life, as the class is making a study of this moth.

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One of the most important links in the chain is typist Ann Tetley. To her falls the job of typing all the copy neatly, and without any mistakes.

The printing department. Here we see Winnie Luke (second from the left) operating the printing press, while Linton Palmer checks the paper feed and Len Anderson (on the left) removes the printed sheets from the shute.

Standing by is Wendy Lee, who also has the exacting task of proof reading the first sheet off, and of making sure all pages will back up correctly when the magazine is finally colated together.

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A view of the classroom block of the new Lucknow School at Havelock North, which was opened recently.

The Minister of Education, Mr. Tennent, finds time for a few words to infants, as he squats down to talk at the official opening of the Lucknow School, Havelock North, recently.

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MILDON – GOWAN.  The wedding took place recently at St. John’s Anglican Church, Dannevirke, of Lorraine Florence, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Gowan, Dannevirke, and Keith Robert, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Mildon, Dannevirke.
Photo by Barretts Studios

DUNN – GOWAN. Pictured cutting their cake is Mr. and Mrs. Noel Frederick Dunn. The bride was formerly Marlene Hilda, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Gowan, Dannevirke, and the groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Dunn, Napier. Future home is Napier.
Photo by Barretts Studios

LYNDON – PRICE. The wedding took place recently at St. Augustine’s Church, Napier, of Anthony Alfred, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lyndon, Onehunga, Auckland, and Glynis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Price, Napier.
Photo by Batchelors Studios

Engaged recently were Colleen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. Kirkman, and Alan, son of Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Harvey, Hastings.  Photo by Batchelors Studios.

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Elizabeth Buchanan, who finished second in the Intermediate 100 yards medley.

The Lilo race, a novelty race, which was won by A. Dukes and her partner.

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Karen Wolfe, who gained first equal in the Intermediate dive. Karen also gained first place in the Intermediate 33 yards freestyle, 100 yards medley, 33 yards backstroke and open butterfly.

Margaret Hague diving in the Intermediate diving championships.

Sally Collier, who gained second place in the Junior dive.

Janice Page performing a backward dive in the Senior event.

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Gigantic earth works are being undertaken for the formation of the sealed runway at the Hawke’s Bay Airport, Napier, as shown in the above aerial view, taken from the southern approach, looking towards Bay View in the rear. The existing terminal buildings are on the right hand side of the picture with a portion of Westshore. It was announced recently that Fokker Friendship aircraft will come into service on the new airstrip around November of this year. The deep ditches that run diagonally across the land are to drain away seepage from the strip, which at this point is barely four feet above sea level.

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Now in service on the Hastings-Napier to Auckland route non-stop, are two N.A.C. D.C. 3’s with completely redesigned interiors, which include new seats and larger windows that enable all passengers to obtain an excellent View of the passing landscape The cabins have improved sound proofing and this, coupled with the tasteful colour scheme of grey and blue in pastel shades, makes for a very pleasant journey for passengers on these flights.

Size of the new windows can be judged as hostesses Sally Lilico and Mary Tuckwell watch the scene from the waiting aircraft.

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Skyliner “Napier”, the first of the new fleet recently visited Hawke’s Bay prior to going into service on N.A.C.’s direct service to Auckland. “Napier” will be joined by the second Skyliner “Hastings”, later this month.

Prior to taking up service, the new airliner carried out courtesy flights over the area, carrying a number of local citizens as N.A.C.’s guests.

Among guests on the first flight were the Mayors of Hastings and Napier, Mr. Giorgi and Mr. Tait, pictured here boarding the Skyliner.

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Passengers on the first flight settle back to enjoy themselves in new and pleasant surroundings.

Hostess Mary Tuckwell prepares the individual trays which are being served in the cabin.

Hostess Sally Lilico serves morning tea during the flight.

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The March Past, one of the highlights of the carnival.

A most successful National Surf Life Saving carnival was held at Westshore Beach, and the Hawke’s Bay Surf Life Saving Association are to be congratulated on first class organisation and management. In the following pages are pictured some of the many highlights of the carnival.

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The Gisborne ladies team. A new team to national championships, this is their first time.

The Waikanae team in action, last year’s winners of the Nelson Shield, the premiere surf award for the Six Man R. and R. Championship.

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The Westshore team, who made third place in the N.Z. Junior Four Man Alarm Championship. Well done boys.

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The Wellington ladies team in action during the final of the N.Z. Ladies Four Man Alarm.

The judges closely watch the resuscitator at work.

The team brings the patient ashore.

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Parking was quite a problem for most.

Looks like someone is being debagged.

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Possibly the most exciting part of the programme were the surf boat and canoe races. Pictured are a few of the many incidents.

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Shown at her 21st at the Puketapu Hall recently, is Joan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. Smale, Puketapu. She is pictured here receiving the key from her father.
Photo by Batchelors Studios

Five generations shown here are: Mrs. F. Blackler, Palmerston North (Great-great-grandmother); Mr. C. Blackler, Feilding (Great-grandfather); Mrs J. Jenkins, Hastings (Grandmother); Mrs C. B. Harris, Hastings (Mother); and baby Chay, her son.

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Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Maaka, Napier, are pictured on the occasion of their Silver Wedding, which was held in the Old Folks Association Hall, Napier.
Franklin Shepherd Studios

Donald Lachlan, son of Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Ross, Hastings, recently celebrated his 21st birthday at the Pukahu Hall.
Photo by Batchelors Studios

From London, the engagement is announced between Anne Stewart, daughter of Mrs. H. J. Bruce, and the late Mr. S. W. Bruce, Gisborne, and Victor John, only son of Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Clarke, Dunmow, Essex, England.

Shown here is Miss Mere Hall, M.B.E., who was Principal of Hukarere Maori Girls’ School for 17 years.

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Firemen worked for about two hours to bring this plantation fire under control in Omahu Road recently. An orchard sprayer, tank stand, fruit pallets and other orchard equipment were destroyed by  the blaze, which started in pine trees flanking the orchard.

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There was a real picnic spirit in the air at Lake Roto-a-Kiwi, near Te Aute, when the Heretaunga Power Boat Club held its regatta recently. Hundreds of visitors came to this back country lake to enjoy the thrills of this water sport. Above is a view of the lake with some of the cars.

A line-up of boats which participated in the Heretaunga Power Boat Club’s regatta.

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Raffles, the fastest V-bottom boat in Australasia, driven by Peter Douglas of Hastings, won the A-Class Championship event. Powered by a Corvette motor and handicapped heavily, it put up phenomenal performances. Behind Raffles is Dustie, driven by S. Dustin, Wanganui.

T. Waretiti, Hastings, in his newly built Chaos, scrambles after the elusive Raffles during an A-Class race. Following Chaos is Kaye II.

Calypso comes home under tow. A crash boat slowly moves the broken-down Calypso in towards shore when it struck trouble in a  B-Class Midget race.

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Vega, an A-Class hydroplane, sends up a vast curtain of spray as it rounds a buoy to win the midget championship event. It was driven by Pat Mudgeway of Hastings.

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Founder’s Day was held again this year in the Napier Botanical Gardens, to commemorate the founding of the Scout and Guide movement by Lord Baden Powell. Above, the various troops, lead by the standard bearers, assemble in the bowl.

Mr. J.R. Cooksey, better known as Little John, spins a yarn.

Part of his very attentive audience.

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The bi-annual invasion of Napier by the Gisborne Ex Prisoners of War was carried to a successful conclusion recently, with the Gisborne boys carrying away the cricket trophy, which is competed for annually between the two centres. Above, we see invaders arriving in Napier.

After the all important cricket match, a picnic was organised at Eskdale Park under the sign of the crooked cross.

The cricket trophy, above, is a model of a German P.O.W. Compound, showing remarkable detail. It was constructed for the Ex P.O.W.’s Assn. by Mr. Wyn Geenty of Taradale, who was a prisoner of war himself.

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The venue for the Open and Local Marching Championships was  held for the first time, at Taradale Park earlier this month. A very successful meeting was held with some twenty-two teams competing.

Above is the mass march by all the competing teams.

Taradale’s senior team, the Troubadors.

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Clive and District R.S.A. team.

Another Taradale team, the Troubadeens.

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The winners of the open section. The Sargettes from Wellington.

The Silver Grenadiers from Waipukurau.

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The Pionettes from Napier.

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The annual Tech. picnic, held as usual at Eskdale Park, provided once again an excellent outing for all. Above is the baby show, a feature of Tech. picnics for many years now.

The senior men’s annual gallop. The field from left: N. Dymond, E. Hogge, J. McIver, E. Ball and J. Saddler.

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The difference between these two pictures is six years. The picture above was taken in 1871, and below in 1877. You can see the progress of six years here.

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The foot of Shakespeare Road on the Ahuriri side. The large building lower right was a flour mill.

A landmark that is no more. Looking up Hastings Street to the old Clarendon Hotel, which used to be at the foot of Shakespeare Road.

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Following on this violent head-on collision at Awatoto recently, rescuers had to use an oxy-acetylene torch to free the driver, Mr. Robert Jay, who sustained serious leg injuries. A cordial truck which swerved to avoid the impact lost 1,200 bottles of fruit drinks.

A giant boiler for New Zealand Foods Ltd. passed through Heretaunga Street, Hastings, recently, on its long journey from Auckland to the factory.

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Arches are not new to Hastings. This one was erected in Heretaunga Street to celebrate the Relief of Mafaking in 1900. Note the cannon on the roof of the building on the left.

Heretaunga Street, looking towards Havelock North. On the right, Salvation Army Hall and Borough Offices.

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Patricia, daughter of Mr. and Mrs A. Lowe, Pakowhai, recently celebrated her 21st birthday at the  Pakowhai Hall.
Photo by Batchelors Studios

Shown cutting his cake is Norman John, son of Mrs. T. Rawle, Napier. He was celebrating his 21st birthday at the Merchant Navy Club Rooms, Napier.
Photo by Batchelors Studios

His 21st birthday was a double occasion for Kenneth Louis, second son of Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Maultsaid, Hastings, because he announced his engagement to Margaret Mary, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Hope, Deep Bay, French Pass. He is shown here with his fiancee.
Photo by Batchelors Studios


Hawke‘s Bay Car Club Inc.

April 6th – Night trial starting from Farndon Park at 7.30 p.m. Thompson Motors Trophy for ladies in this event.
April 20th – Sprint at Bridge Pa will start at 9.30 a.m., with practice runs.

We are always glad to receive pictures from our readers, but please remember when sending them in that except, for old or valuable prints, we have to use and often cut the actual photo you send.
They must be glossy prints to reproduce well, with subjects, preferably, not too small. If you send the negative with the print we can enlarge it to suit our space and will return the negative to you.
The Editor

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McHERRON – INGLIS. 1959 Hastings Blossom Queen, Miss Barbara Inglis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. Inglis, Havelock North, was married recently to James Douglas, only son of Mrs. and the late Mr. G. McHerron, Westport. The ceremony took place at St Luke’s Presbyterian Church, Havelock North.

OLSEN – DUFTON. Jacqueline, only daughter of Mr and Mrs.T. Dufton, Hastings, prepares to enter St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church, Hastings, for her wedding recently to Kenneth, second son of Mrs. G. Milne, Martinborough.

COLLISON – WARREN. Mr. and Mrs. Edward David Collison, pictured as they left St. Matthew’s Church, Hastings, recently, following their wedding. The bride is Anne May, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Warren, Hastings.The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Collison, “Waitui”, Poukawa.

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In an effort to raise funds, and create interest in pets, senior pupils of Bledisloe School, Taradale, staged a pet show in the school grounds. Pets were judged and prizes given in the various classes. Above are the dogs. From left are Robert Gibson and “Suzie”, Donnette Smith and “Star”, and Terry Boston and “Chippie”.

Little Yasmine Singh gingerly holds a hedgehog, while another little girl feels its prickles.

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The cage bird section was won by Sheryn Walker with her “Copper Teal”. Jennifer McKinley (right) was second with her budgie, and Bryce Wakely’s Chinese Quails were third.

Young Tony Melbye looks very serious with his pet goat “Sally”. Perhaps having a goat for a pet is a serious business, at least you never know what he is going to eat next.

Jane Scott and Virginia O’Rouke admire Judith Hill’s young duckling, “Twaddle”.

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Young Frank Fox with his bunny called “Buggs”.

Garry Redurp with his unusual pet, “Pappy” the possum.

The cats (furry) section was won by “Soda Pop”, owned by Lynette Merson, with runners-up, Len Anderson with “Frisky”  and Gillian Bradley with “Micky”.

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Jeanette Kinnaird and “Chippy” and Linda Adams with “Cucumber”.

Young children and animals make a perfect combination. Here a young puppy enjoys a frolic.

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The Minister of Education, Mr. Tennent and Mrs. Tennent (left) being greeted by the principal of Karamu High School, Hastings, Mr. N. Wilde (right) and the chairman of the Hastings High School Board, Mr. Fippard (centre), when the Minister officially opened the college recently.

A view of the assembled scholars in their spacious school hall.

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2nd May

[Back cover photo – Winner of the 1963 Moffat Cup, the Hawke’s Bay yacht “Surprise”, skippered by Bob Gunson.]

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