Hawke’s Bay Photo News 1964 – Number 068 July

Hawke’s Bay PHOTO NEWS
68th Issue
JULY 1964
HAWKES BAY’S OWN PHOTO MAGAZINE
2/6

[Cover photo – Betty Thomson and Lorraine Dick, two young ladies from the cast of “Jack and the Beanstalk”, which was recently presented by the Wairoa Little Theatre Company at the Napier Municipal Theatre.]

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PHOTO NEWS
HAWKE’S BAY’S OWN PICTORIAL PHOTO MAGAZINE
Vol. 6,   No. 8    July 1964

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OUR COVER PICTURES

Front Cover. Betty Thomson and Lorraine Dick, two young ladies from the cast of “Jack and the Beanstalk”, which was recently presented by the Wairoa Little Theatre Company at the Napier Municipal Theatre.

Back Cover. Wool buyers and growers listen intently to the Honourable Minister of Agriculture, Mr. Tallboys, at the opening of Napier’s new Wool Exchange.

Shona Cooper, principal boy of “Jack and the Beanstalk”, seen here in the costume she wore in the final act of the pantomime.

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JACK AND THE BEAN STALK

HOUSE FULL

The sign on the door of the Municipal Theatre, Napier, is sufficient proof of the success of the Wairoa Little Theatre’s production “Jack and the Beanstalk”, which they presented recently. Below left: The Old Woman, played by Mary Powdrell, is comforted by Jill, played by Marion Harrison. Below: The fearsome giant Snufflegobbler, was played by Viv Anson.

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“Now, all do your best…” seems to be the final word from the producer, Agnes Smith, as the curtain prepares to go up on the Wairoa Little Theatre’s pantomime  “Jack and the Beanstalk”. Below: Other key figures in the show were President Leo Montgomery, who played the part of Mr. Egg (the Baliff [Bailiff]), shown being made up by co-producer, Billie McCorkindale.

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Widow Twankey (Jack’s Mother), Barry Fraser (left), pictured with the Bailiff’s assistant, Mr. Chips, played by Eric Montgomery. Below: A scene from the show as Jack (Shona Cooper) leads the cow away to sell her for the magic beans.

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Members of the attractive chorus in their two groups for the first scene. This year’s chorus was made up of the following: Jocelyn Wallace, Kathy Isbister, Amo Smith, Ngaio Smith, Lorraine Dick, Lynn Marshall, Maxine Potier, Yvonne Peake, Barbara Parry, Wendy Stretton, Betty Thomson and Emma Chapman.

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WEDDING BELLS

WOON – WILSON. The wedding recently took place at St. Andrew’s Anglican Church, Mission Bay, Auckland, of Marilyn Glennis, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Wilson, Mt. Wellington, Auckland, and Trevor William, only son of Mr. and Mrs. Percy Woon, Hastings. The party from left is: Flower girl Carolyn Murphy, groom and bride, Zoe Woon, Arthur Mills, Kay Brown and John Wilson.
Photo by Amy Harper

MANTON – CARSON. Recently married at the All Saints Church, Taradale, was Pamela Faye, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. Carson, Taradale, to Kevin Victor, son of Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Manton, West Australia.
Photo by Batchelors Studio:

GALE – JAMIESON. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Ronald Gale are seen leaving St. Augustine‘s Church, Napier, after their wedding recently. The bride is Beth Kay, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Jamieson, Napier, and the groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Gale, Napier.
Photo by Batchelors Studios

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SQUASH COURTS OPENED

New Zealand’s fastest growing sport received an added fillip with the opening recently of the newly erected courts of the Havelock North Squash Racquets Club. The Mayor of Havelock North, Mr. R. J. Nilsson, congratulated the new club on its enterprise and expressed best wishes for its future progress. Shown here is a general view of the clubhouse.

A section of the large crowd, overlooking the courts. Standing at centre, former National Champion and test player Don Mochan, of Napier, explains the rules and aims of the game.

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Pictured belore their exhibition game are Kath Botherway and Lyndsay Sarah of Napier.

Four times National Champion, Charlie Waugh of Palmerston North, shown in action.

Mr. R. J. Nilsson serves the first ball, watched by Ivan Easton of Hamilton and Charlie Waugh.

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ROVING CAMERA

The jib of this large 45 ton crane was twisted when the machine toppled while lifting a 24 ton pre-stressed concrete beam into position on the new Pakowhai Dip bridge recently. In tipping, the beam was thrown some distance out from the piers and was broken in three sections (below). However, according to the project engineer, this will not hamper work on the project, which is well up to time. A spare boom has since been fitted to the crane.

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ROVING CAMERA

Following the orgy of senseless killing in the aviary at Cornwall Park, the Hastings City Council has been deluged with offers of replacement birds for the cages. The first of three peacocks which will grace the gardens is pictured being unpacked (above) by Council Reserves Department employees and (below) released from its box, it eyes its new surroundings.

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TARADALE FESTIVAL OF YOUTH

Despite adverse weather, some 10,000 people attended the Taradale Youth Festival.  Displays of every kind were held in a large marquee adjacent to the Town Hall, with various organisations seeking to interest children and teenagers in their affairs. In the Town Hall itself, a forum, films, talent quest and teenage cabaret provided a full programme for all ages.

Paul Slight of Taradale in attendance at the fine display of the Greenmeadows Scout Troop.

Traffic Officer Horniblow demonstrates an eye testing machine.

Providing interest for many was the teleprinter operating on the P. & T. stand.

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Inspector G. J. K. Ford of Wellington and Senior Sgt. Lawrence of Napier, answer questions at their recruiting stand.

Nurse Bee, Nurse Reaney, and Sister Barry and “Poor Yorrick”.

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Broadcasting display and model studio.

Guitarist Jim Coyle of Wanganui was a great favourite with the teenagers.

The Greendale Cycling Club provided a full and informative exhibition.

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David Etheridge and Gary Burgess were the envy of many small boys as they operated the elaborate “Scalextric” model racing cars.

The Napier Model Railways Club exhibition.

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Once again the Taradale Youth Festival has been a roaring success and thousands of old and young passed through the giant sized marquee. Each day large numbers of children attended the various classes which are depicted on these two pages. At top, engrossed in their work, is a table in the pottery modelling school which was conducted in the Taradale Kindergarten, while below, girls are pictured busy at work making rug mats.

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These boys will make useful husbands in the future according to the instructor in the carving class, which operated in the Town Hall.

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12th BATTERY REUNION

Held recently in Napier, was the first reunion in twenty-five years of the 12th Battery of the 12th New Zealand Field Regiment. Pictured above are Ron Matthews, Ian Mackay and Stan Butcher, examining the old Battery photograph which was the key to identifying all the members of the Battery and so bringing them together for the reunion.

Norm Kearns, Allen Goss, Jim Kerr, and Gordon Steel, talk over old times together. Mr Steel was the organiser of the reunion, an event which was enjoyed by all present, many of whom had come from as far away as Christchurch and Whangarei.

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MISS NEW ZEALAND FINALISTS

The recent Miss N.Z. Contest resulted in an all South Island affair. The lovely finalists are, from right, Miss N.Z. 1964, Lyndal Cruikshanks (Southland), Kathie Gibson (South Canterbury), and Helen Iggo (Canterbury), who gained second place.

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GIRL OF THE WEEK QUEST

Once again the Napier-Taradale Free Kindergarten Association have organised a “Girl of the Week” quest, with six organisations taking part and raising funds by various functions. We picture here the candidates as they were presented at a dance and floor show at the Majestic Ballroom, Napier.

Miss Judith McCutcheon (Napier Deerstalkers’ Club) and Deerstalkers.

Miss Anne Brown (Pacific Surf Life Saving Club) and bearers.

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Miss Joanne Jensen (Napier-Taradale Free Kindergarten Assn.), and her Kindergarten attendants, from left, Colleen Pritchard, Kay Dobson, Symon Wakely and Kirsten Pritchard.

Miss Erini Turner (Maori Women’s Welfare League) and her attendants.

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Miss Bette Cameron (Hawke’s Bay Revue Skating Club) and skaters Susan Jackson and Joy Ferguson.

Miss Judith Smith (Mutual Improvement Assn.) and her attendants.

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Members of the “Girl of the Week” Committee are, from left, Messrs. R. Angen (Deerstalkers Club), V. Gabites (Pacific Life Saving Club), S. Mannering (Napier-Taradale Free Kindergarten), R. Lawson (Revue Skating), Mesdames D. M. Malcolm (President Napier-Taradale Free Kindergarten Assn.) and V. Stephens (Maori Women’s Welfare League).

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Feature of the floor show was Hawke’s Bay’s King of Mime, Graham Milne.

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ENGAGEMENTS

Verna May Creagh, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James A. Creagh, Napier, recently celebrated her 21st birthday and also announced her engagement to Bernard Peter Harnett, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. W. Harnett, Kaikoura.
Photo by Batchelors Studios

Shown at their engagement party held recently at the Farmers Tearooms, Hastings, are Georgina Elizabeth Robertson and Alek Milne.
Photo by Batchelors Studios

Beverley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. McEachen, Napier, and Stuart, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. McClellan, Napier, recently celebrated their engagement.
Photo by Batchelors Studios

Ann Taylor, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Taylor, Hastings, recently celebrated her 21st with a party which was held at home, and also announced her engagement to Roger Payne, only son of Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Payne, Hastings.
Photo by Batchelors Studios

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FATHER AND SON BANQUET

The Scinde Scout Troop recently introduced a dinner for Fathers and Sons, an innovation which could well be emulated by similar groups.

Lone Scouts and Dads. From left: Mr. M. McGonigal and Mervyn, Mr. C. B. Langslow and Robin, and Mr. N.C. Alexander and David, all from Patoka.

A well fed troop.

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REPRESENTATIVE SOCCER

On Queen’s Birthday weekend, Hawke’s Bay met Manawatu at Nelson Park, Napier. Shown here, a raid by Hawke’s Bay on the Manawatu goal produced some torrid defence.

The superior speed of the Manawatu players to the ball was a deciding factor in their 3-1 defeat of Hawke’s Bay.

Promising young Ashley Wilson of Napier, centres across.

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N.Z.B.C. RADIO PLAY

PRODUCED WITH LOCAL CAST

Recently recorded for the first time in the Napier studios of the N.Z.B.C. was a radio play acted by Hawke’s Bay actors. Above is shown the play being recorded. On the left is Keith Hambleton, who is handling sound effects, in the centre is the cast of the play, who are, from left: Mrs. Priscilla Ball, Mrs. Rita Yule, Mrs. Diana Webb, Mrs. N. Sunley, Mr. Patrick Dingemans, Mrs. N. Reeve, Mr. John C. Thomas, and Mr. Eric Bradwell. On the far right of the picture is Mrs. Elizabeth Bostock, the leading lady, who is working from an independent microphone.

Mr. William Austin, Chief Producer for the N.Z.B.C., who incidentally, is the originator of the idea to produce plays in the provincial centres (Napier being the first), checks with senior technician, Mr. Bill Wells, during the recording.

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RECENT WEDDINGS

SUTTON – MANAGH. Shown after their wedding at St. Augustine’s Church, Napier, are Mr. and Mrs. Donald Charlies Sutton. The bride is Kerry Margaret, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Managh, Woodville, and the groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. R. W. V. Sutton, Napier. The party from left is: Groom and bride, Martin Smith, Lynnette Managh, Gay Allen, Patricia Oliver and Russel Hendry.
Photo by Batchelors Studios

ROSE – ACKLAND. Married recently at St. Patrick’s Church, Napier, were Mr. and Mrs. Jacobus Rose. The bride is Rita Dorothy Ackland, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Dale, Napier, and the groom is the son of Mr. and the late Mrs. J. Rose, Bergen, Holland. The party, from left is: Groom and bride, James Clews, Maria Norrie, Graham Dale, Marjorie Ching.
Photo by Batchelors Studios

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21st BIRTHDAYS

Kathleen Anne Kyle, shown here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Kyle, Westshore, recently celebrated her 21st birthday at the Westshore Hall.
Photo by Batchelors Studios

Shown at her 21st, which was held in the Red Cross Hall, Napier, is Ann Ellen Sweeney, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Sweeney, Napier.
Photo by Batchelors Studios

Gay MacDonald, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. B. MacDonald, Haumoana, recently celebrated her 21st birthday at the Haumoana Memorial Hall.
Photo by Batchelors Studios

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FANTASY HAIR STYLES

During the hair stylists first cabaret evening, held at Napier recently, it was a case of putting your hair up rather than letting it down, as these pictures show. Some of the fantasy creations on this page are: Top Right: Yvonne Beer and Elizabeth McConaghty. Left: Reading from top down, Colleen Gillon, Beverley Murfitt and Lorna Brooker. Below right: Brother Ken adds the real thing to his sister Marcia Sparks’ creation “Sparkling Champagne”.

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Hours of patience and skill went into the making up of the two odd entrants. At top, are Jeanette Jensen and Ann Butler. Lower left: “Moon River” was the title chosen for this style worn by Hazel Wilson. Lower right: “Madam and Fifi a la Rouge” modelled by Jennie Goodchild.

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ROVING CAMERA

A number of crippled children spent a pleasant holiday at Westshore. With outings during the day and a T-v. set loaned by Robt. Holt & Sons Ltd., for viewing at night, this was a holiday to remember. Shown watching T-v are, from left: Alan Adams, Kathie Jack, Lorraine King, and Robert Smith.

Once again providing a much needed service to the community, Napier Jaycees recently conducted a rubbish drive covering the hill area. Pictured above hoisting rubbish onto the truck are, from left, Jaycees Rex Wakely, Jack Semple, Brian Dillon and driver.

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OPERATION EMU

“Operation Emu”. Despite bitterly cold conditions, some 20 children turned up at the site of the new Olympic Swimming Pool at Onekawa Park, Napier. The operation, designed to remove rubbish and debris from the surrounding area, was hampered by weather conditions.

A general view of progress on the Olympic Pool.

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MODEL AIRCRAFT RALLY

A radio control Rally staged by the Hastings Model Aero Club over Queen’s Birthday weekend, attracted a large crowd of spectators, and participants from Taranaki, Wanganui, Manawatu, as well as local enthusiasts. The top three models at the Rally are shown here taking off in formation.

A close view of one of the power units.

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Hypnotised

“The object of the affliction”.

Paralysed!

Mesmerised!

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David Whitehead (Hawera) with his Spitfire M.K.V.

E. Hartley’s Air Cobra taking off.

Mike Kendrick of Wanganui, with his model of a King Cobra. This realistic model is a replica of the aircraft sent to Russia under lease-lend during World War II.

When a model was lost, a Palmerston North enthusiast kindly offered to locate it – in his own Cessna of course.

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OPERATION CRACKLE

Napier Civil Defence recently held an exercise to test the co-ordination of the various sections of the organisation. A condemned house in Ahuriri was burned down and “casualties” were rescued from the disaster area. Injured and trapped “bodies” inside the house.

Part of the burning building.

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The Fire Brigade soon had the blaze under control despite being hampered by thick smoke.

St. John Ambulance men quickly swing into action giving first aid to the “injured”.

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“Unconscious casualty” trapped by the legs, is speedily rescued by Civil Defence Wardens.

Rescue operations begin.

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The job of identification was efficiently carried out by the Emergency Police.

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BOXING

Samoan boxing champion Samsoni Fidole regains his feet after being knocked down for the third time in his bout with Australasian Champion, Earl Nikora at Hastings Municipal Theatre recently.

Nikora, with his guard completely relaxed, slashes into Samsoni’s face with a hard right.

The bout all over, Nikora directs Fidole back to his corner at the end of the contest in the fourth round.

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ROVING CAMERA

Westshore was the venue for the launching of another locally built fishing boat. The “Sea-Star”, a sister ship to the “Miss Sharon”, is shown entering the water after launching.

Mrs. J. Phear of Gisborne, wife of the owner, Mr. A. J. A. Phear, shown christening the “Sea-Star” in the time honoured fashion. With her is Mr. R. Black, the builder of the boat.

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MOTORISTS –
– Take a Tip from ROBBIE

To prevent battery acid burning holes through your overalls, make a couple of plastic over-sleeves and keep them in position with rubber bands.

After a period of time, hosepipe connections become loose because the clips wear, Bend the top of the band over until it rests on the screw and you will have no more trouble.

When replacing a sump gasket, attach it to the tank with cotton threaded through the stud holes. This will stop it slipping out of position as the sump is juggled back into place.

For easier gearbox topping up, run a long tube from the filler up under the bonnet. It can be permanently fixed in position.

No matter what happens, there’s sure to be somebody who knew it would.

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HILL CLIMB AT TARADALE

With Taradale spread out behind him like a relief camp, Johnny Robson, Napier, prepares to tackle the final section of the steep sided Sugar Loaf Hill during participation in the Napier Motor Racing Club’s Hillclimb.

Under full throttle as he roars up the steep side of the tussock sloped Sugar Loaf is T. Burch.

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Prior to the events, each bike was thoroughly checked for any defective part by a competent scrutineer. Here, Max Barrington of Gisborne, signs the entry form while the scrutineer E. Culver (left), checks over the machine. Others in the picture are A. Dobbs and Bob Wigmore (right). Below left: Ray Jensen buckles up his riding boots. Below right: Final adjustments being carried out on Garry Whalley’s 197 c.c. Dot racing machine.

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The final section of track was so steep that when machines made the return journey to the bottom of the hill they were let down the first 30 feet on a rope held by dozens of willing spectators, who thrilled to the days racing. The driver is Max Barrington, Gisborne, whose time for the full course was the fastest in the class.

Below left: Hold her Ken! Rearing up under the steepness of the final 30 feet of track is Ken Jones on his 80 c.c. Yamaha which performed amazingly to give him third place in the full course event. With a motor not much bigger than a motor mower, this small machine made the top of the final hill amidst a tremendous ovation from the crowd on the summit. Below right: It was quite a hill climb for this motor too.

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Of course, some found it easier to walk.

Gisborne rider M. Barrington put up an excellent performance on his 350 c.c. B.S.A.

Winner of the first and second hill climbs, P. Ancell (Napier), shown just before reaching the summit.

G. Spooner (Taradale) had difficulty in holding his bucking machine.

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H.B. v. WAIRARAPA

In a somewhat disappointing representative rugby fixture, Hawke’s Bay ran out the narrow winners over Wairarapa recently. The final score, when time was called, was 8-5. At top, the Hawke’s Bay halfback Barry Neale is caught in action as he lunges forward in a dive pass. Below left: The Dannevirke player M. Percy in full cry. Lower right: There seems to be some dispute here between the Bay forwards.

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PIRATES & TECH. MIDGETS

As is usual, one of the highlights of the day’s rugby during the representative match against Wairarapa recently, was the midgets game, a fifteen-a-side match between Pirates and Tech. Above: The players march onto the field for their encounter. Below: Bruce Hurst eyes the distant goalpost after securing the ball from a meelee [melee].

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BEGLEYS INDUSTRIES EXPANSION

Officially opened by the Under-secretary to the Minister of Customs, Mr. L. Adams-Schneider, was the new 30,000 foot factory of Begley Industries Ltd., Taradale Road, Napier. The factory, which was started in 1959 in Cadbury Street, Onekawa, by Mr. M. I. Begley, manufactures home appliances, etc. Above is pictured Mr. L. Adams-Schneider, officially opening the new factory. Seated with Mr Adams-Schneider is Mr. M. I. Begley and Mr Peter Tait.

Spot welding of wire guards for heaters made by the company is Mr. V. Whale, just one of the many skilled operations carried out by the company staff.

Winding coils for the appliance motors manufactured by the firm, is Mrs. Olga Stevenson.

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Mrs. E. Harwood operating one of the high pressure plastic presses.

Assembling the heating unit of a clothes drier is Elaine Fairey.

A general view of the final assembly section of the factory.

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DEBUTANTES PRESENTED

Presented at the Charity Ball in Napier recently were eighteen debutantes, pictured above. Back row, from left: Rosalie Halligan, Marehu Tutaki, Raewyn Byrne, Diane Hunter, Josephine Williams, Marilyn Bruce. Centre: Janice Walch, Rita McMillan, Janet Hayes, Marianne Barry, Ann Cawston, Maria Begley, Caroline Robson. Seated: Christine Geenty, Erin Swannell, Denise Rouse, Mary Coyle, Josephine Williams.
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23rd July

[Back cover photo – Wool buyers and growers listen intently to the Honourable Minister of Agriculture, Mr. Tallboys, at the opening of Napier’s new Wool Exchange.]

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Published November 1958 – June 1967

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July 1964

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