Hawke’s Bay Photo News 1965 – Number 080 July

Hawke’s Bay PHOTO NEWS
80th Issue
JULY 1965
HAWKES BAY’S OWN PHOTO MAGAZINE
2/6

[Cover photo – Jeanette Shaw of Hastings, modelling one of the gowns to be shown at the Napier Industrial Exhibition.]

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PHOTO NEWS
HAWKE’S BAY’S OWN PICTORIAL PHOTO MAGAZINE
Vol. 7.
No. 8
July 1965

Editor Philip Moore

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OUR COVER PICTURES

Front Cover. Jeanette Shaw of Hastings, modelling one of the gowns to be shown at the Napier Industrial Exhibition.

Back Cover. Surely one of the loveliest parts of Hawke’s Bay is Lake Tutira. A fine windless day, a fishing rod and the tranquil waters of the lake, what more can anyone ask?

Shown here are but five of the forty model garments to be shown at the Exhibition.

“Paris Entertains”. Jeanette models a gold hostess gown with pantaloons to match.

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FRENCH FASHION SHOW

Maureen models a hostess skirt and jacket in heavy French otterman.

Barbara shows an evening gown in mink brown pure silk satin with contrasting oyster coloured stole.

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Amethyst and white leisure tweed ensemble worn by Barbara.

A cocktail ensemble in white and gold cloque brocade modelled by Maureen.

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RECENT WEDDINGS

ALLEN – TUOHY. Beverly Anne, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Tuohy, Hastings, was recently married to Graeme Karl, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Allen, Waipukurau, at St. Matthew’s Church, Hastings. The group, from left, is: Lynette Hutchins, Barry Campbell, Helen Carrington, groom and bride, Shirley McLaren and Bruce Allen.
Photo by Lovell-Smith

HEATON – HORN. Roslyn Merle, third daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P. C. J. Horn, Tuai, was recently married to Bruce Leonard, only son of Mr. and Mrs. F. L Heaton, Shannon.
Photo by Batchelors Studios

WALLIS – ROBERTSON. Jean Lynette, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Robertson, Bay View, and Arnold Robert, son of Mr. and Mrs. D. Wallis, Masterton, are seen after their wedding at St. Paul’s Presbyterian Church, Napier.
Photo by Hurst Studio

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HASTINGS MODEL AERO CLUBS RALLY

Hundreds of people, both young and old, visited the flying fields at Irongate Road recently during the Hastings Model Aero Club’s radio controlled rally and watched the vast assortment of beautifully finished planes go through their paces.

Above: A general scene over a range of aircraft.

Below: Jack Godfrey of Hastings warms up the engines on his twin motor Cessna 310.

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John Clark of Napier stands at the ready prior to launching his gigantic model of a Newport.

Below: Sorting out the pieces. These two Havelock North men, Brian Perry and Bruce Henderson, will have to start from scratch and rebuild their Gee String model. It was wrecked in a spectacular mid-air collision with Mike Kendrick’s King Cobra.

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A Mustang (top left) sweeps low over the crowd in a delightful exhibition of controlled flying.

Top right: Recognise him? Why it’s Hawke’s Bay golfer Stuart Jones who is also addicted to this fascinating hobby.

Below left: Bob Milne of Hastings prepares to get his aircraft on the move.

Below right: Neville Dawson, who has won the New Zealand stunt plane title for the last three years, about to enthrall the crowd with some stomach turning displays.

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Mr. G. Vogtther [Vogtherr] of Hastings adjusts the controls on his plane in the pits.

Below left: Mike Kendrick of Wanganui fits together his sleek King Cobra.

Below right: Norman Richardson of Palmerston North restrains his Gee String as it strains for take-off.

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TABLE TENNIS   BADMINTON

Two sports which have been attracting both men and women to its ranks for many years are table tennis and badminton, both of which have club nights at the Centennial Hall, Napier. Though the number of female members has declined in recent years as far as table tennis is concerned, there is still a nucleus of enthusiastic women and girls who derive much enjoyment from this game. Shown above is a general view of the stadium with both sports in progress.

Shown action in grade “A” table tennis are (left) Len Sharman (Villa) and Mike Mabbett (Nomads), a former Hutt Valley rep. and former N.Z Junior Champion.

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Leaders of the “A” grade competition at the end of the fourth round were the Nomads team, represented by Jack Robinson, Mike Mabbett and Ray Robinson.

Judith Sharman shown in action.

Playing for the St. Pat’s Club is Barbara Bearsley.

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Badminton players about to start a game are Ellen Andern (left) and Gaynor Burne.

Miqueline Grant completes an overhead smash.

One of the top badminton players in Hawke’s Bay is Lyall Palmer shown participating in a doubles match

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TREASURE HUNT

The recent Treasure Chest Key-Mania staged by 2Z.C. [2ZC] in conjunction with the Napier Development Association and local retailers, attracted an enthusiastic crowd when held on the Marine Parade beach. Those who found the keys qualified to enter a contest with a chance to win £200. As can be seen above, for those participating it was a case of “Heads down and . . ”

Winner of one of the keys was Mrs. Burgess of Dannevirke

Chatting with announcer Keith Richardson was voucher winner R. J. Dansby of Havelock North.

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N.Z. PONY CLUBS CHAMPIONSHIPS

Excellent weather prevailed for the New Zealand Pony Club’s cross country championships held at Maraekakaho recently, which were contested by some 80 young riders. Above: Some of the riders assemble at the starting point for the A.I. Championship.

Below left: All the way from Southland came Donna Menlove (left) and Ngaire Bennett.

Below right: Changing a film to record this great get-together of young horse lovers is Robert Scott of Cambridge.

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Jackie Talbot of Heretaunga negotiating the road works and drain on her mount Hunters Lodge during the A.I. Cup competition at the Pony Club cross country course at Maraekakaho.

Below left: Charging for the finishing line is Tauranga rider Pat Goodwin on her horse Rum.

Lower right: No need for spurs on this steed, Mr. H. “Toby” Simmonds

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A few of the young riders in action on the cross country course. Top left: Donna Menlove on Cindy taking the willow.

Top right: Annette Baxter on Delmont Lad taking the water course.

Lower left: Ken Gumbley of Gisborne taking the willow.

Lower right: Fraser Wilson of Wairoa galloping over the finishing line.

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REUNION

Reunited after 15 years were these three sisters, Mrs. R. Mullholland, Napier, Miss E. Preece, New York, and Mrs. L. Crompton, Napier. Miss Preece, who is a dietician in a New York hotel, last saw her sisters in England in 1950.

WEDDING

GARRETT – ADAMS. June Caroline, eldest daughter of Mr. J. Adams and the late Mrs. K. Adams, Napier, was recently married to Vernon George, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. B. Garrett, of Sunshine, Taumarunui, at St. Patrick’s Church, Napier. The group, from left, is: Mervyn Adams, Merle Adams, bride and groom, Cherrie Breading and Gus Macintyre.

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NORTH ISLAND FENCING CHAMPIONSHIPS

The scene in the St. John Ambulance Hall, Hastings, recently during a contest in the North Island Fencing Championships. Pictured during a contest are Misses M. Crofski (Ohakea) and S. Kersting. Between the two fencers is Mrs. M. Binning of Hastings who finished third in the women’s foil.

Below, some of the women contestants, from left to right: Elizabeth Stanford (Wellington), Merilyn Rowe (Wellington), Greta Firth (Wellington), Wendy Baker (Wellington).

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Incidents photographed during the North Island Fencing Championships recently. Top right: Keeping watch on the points recorder are David Eccleston and Chris Beeby.

Below: L. V. Hopwood of Wellington prepares for a contest.

Below right: One of the most promising competitors to emerge from the tournament was the Aucklander R. Peterson (left) shaking hands with G. Johnson.

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Taking an interest in one of the sabre events are from left: J. Loh (Wellington), G. Johnson (Wellington), S. Hampton (Wellington), and G. Stratigopoulos (Auckland).

Below: A point is scored during a men’s foil contest.

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INDUSTRIAL SAFETY

Training for the future in industrial safety. Groups of various Hawke’s Bay schools were busy with pen and notebooks recently when they visited the special Industrial Safety Exhibition in Hastings and Napier. A group of Lindisfarne students appear a little apprehensive about this display depicting eye injuries.

Below: Intermediate students note the value of a reinforced toe cap in a boot caught under a heavy load.

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WEDDING BELLS

LANE – JENSEN. Recently married at St. John’s Cathedral, Napier, were Elizabeth, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Jensen, Napier, and Peter, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. Lane, Greenmeadows. The group, from left, is: Vivienne Jensen, Neville Thompson, Marion McLeod, groom and bride, Morris Moss, Joanne Jensen, Earl Lindsay and the flowergirls are Catherine Wakelin, Susan Halse and Yvonne Campbell.
Photo by Hurst Studio

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WEDDING BELLS

BLOW – BAILLIE. Mr. and Mrs. Cubitt Blow are seen after their wedding in St. John’s Cathedral, Napier. The bride is Helen Ruth Hamilton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Baillie, Napier, and the groom is Cubitt Michael John, son of Mrs. T. Blow, Napier.
Photo by Hurst Studios

WARDLE – O’CONNELL. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Maxwell Wardle were recently married at St. Mary’s Church, Ahuriri. The bride is Christine Mary, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. B. O’Connell, Napier, and the groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. P. Wardle, Napier.
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MAYTIME MARKET NAPIER

Over 3000 people packed Emerson Street, Napier, when the Napier Lions Club held its Maytime Market. The proceeds from the Market are for a Mobile First Aid Unit for the St. John Ambulance. Here we show the scene as hundreds of bargain hunters throng the various stalls.

Napier’s Mayor, Mr. Peter Tait, refused to show the “White Feather” in the fowl-plucking contest.

Winner of the Treasure Chest was Mr. M. P. Stratton, shown turning the lucky key.

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The popularity of the auctions may be gauged by the size of the crowd shown above.

The Mock Court brought various charges against prominent citizens. A desperate attempt to escape by Vic Viggers only made the “Judge” Wilder ! ! ! Restraining the “accused” were L. G. Nicholson and Ted Gillespie.

“Judge” Jock Stevenson passes sentence on Chief Traffic Officer Alan Smith. The charge laid by the “Clerk of the Court”, Colin Anderson, was That he did Park with the Meter Maids.

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A highlight of the Maytime Market was the sewing competition between All Blacks Kel Tremain, Ian MacRae, ex-All Black Doug Dalton and Olympic boxer Paddy Donovan. Shown modelling the “muddles” are from left: Nicola Hearn; Robyn Bayliss, Roslyn Earle and Patricia Cummins.

Ian MacRae cuts up the centre and tries to sew the game up.

Winner of the contest, Doug Dalton, whose creation(?) was modelled by Roslyn Earle, displays his award by Neville Lodge.

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ALI BABA FROM WAIROA

The Wairoa Little Theatre’s production “Ali Baba” once again up to the high standard set by previous shows, was presented at the Municipal Theatre, Napier. Ladies of the Chorus are, from left: Daphne Coyle, Julie McLaren, Lorraine Dick, Jo Mataua and Emma Chapman.

Shirley Mildon-Ferguson, as Ali Baba’s slave, shown with Shirley Anderson, as the Principal Boy.

Luya Karauria as Ali Baba’s wife.

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Children of the chorus

Principal roles were taken by Viv Anson, as the hen-pecked Cassin, and Frank Slaughter, as Ali Baba.

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Quite an eyeful was Corrine Drager as Gagoti.

A nasty piece of work was Cassin’s wife, the Lady Nella, played by Christine Knobloch.

Florence Hickey who portrayed Al Rashoun

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ROVING CAMERA

A recent visitor to Hawke’s Bay was the Rt. Rev. Andndarao Samuel of South India, photographed with the Primate of New Zealand, Archbishop N. A. Lesser, with their two wives. Bishop Samuel, who addressed gatherings in Napier and Hastings, is Bishop of a diocese having 92 clergymen and 130,000 congregation.

An elderly Hastings grandmother died a few days after her car (above) collided with a goods train at the Ellison Street crossing just by the Napier boundary. Her three young grandchildren had a narrow escape from death, remaining in their seats after the impact.

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SOCIAL NOTES

MULDER – ANDERSON. Recently married at St. Paul’s Presbyterian Church, Napier, were Valerie Joy Anderson and Donald Mulder. The group, from left, is: Glenis Adams, Robert Hargraves, Gail Severinsen, groom and bride, Diane McAuley, Brian Jobson and Kim Mulder.
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Keith Haswell, youngest nephew of Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Howell, recently celebrated his 21st birthday at the Masonic Lodge, Napier.
Photo by Batchelors Studios

This young lady looks like a future contender for Miss New Zealand. She is Jacqueline Lincoln, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lincoln, Hastings.
Reader’s Picture

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Thirteen former pupils of Iona Girl’s College recently made their debut at the Iona Ball. The girls made their curtsies to Mr. Duncan Maclntyre, M.P. for Hastings, and Mrs. MacIntyre.

The debutantes from left are: (Back) Susanne Kelt, Judith Thomson, Catherine McKinnon, Ngaire Fountain [Fountaine], Mary-Ann Carter.

(Centre) Prudence Mossman, Margaret Robb, Julie Wyllie, Christine Craig-Smith.

(Front) Yolande Harper, Christine Hardy, Mr. and Mrs. MacIntyre, Mary Paton and Gay Lopdell.
Photo by Batchelors Studios

Shown above is the latest intake of student nurses at the Napier Public Hospital

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WEDDING BELLS

SMILEY – TRISTRAM. Married at St. Augustine’s Church, recently, were Valerie, daughter of Mr. and. Mrs. J. Tristram, Greenmeadows, and Robert (Bob), son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Smiley, Taradale. The group, from left, is: Richard Smiley, Beverley Tristram, groom and bride, Graham Tristram and Judith Hopkins.
Photo by Hurst Studio

KIRTLAN – POWDRELL. Married at St. John’s Cathedral, Napier, were Helen Betty, elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Powdrell, Napier, and Flt/Lt. John Dale Kirtlan, only son of Mr. and Mrs. H. Kirtlan, Kaitaia. The group, from left, is: Fl/Off. Milton Wylie, Sharon Kirtlan, groom and bride, Flt/lt. Murray Bond and Ruth Powdrell.
Photo by Hurst Studio

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FASHION FROM SACK CLOTH

The Mayfair Free Kindergarten Mothers’ Club recently held a fashion Show with a difference, the model garments were all made from that versatile material “sacking”. Shown from left: Pat Scarrott in a “maternity” frock and Diane Newdick, Marie O’Connor and Judith Charlton, all in the latest beachwear.

Shirley Hook modelling the latest sack look in bridal gowns.

A “model” gown shown by Rosalie Taylor.

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Margaret Rosvall in baby doll pyjamas, Elona Myhill in a smart day-sack, and Doreen Stewart models a nightgown.

ROVING CAMERA

The Tigers Indoor Basketball Club recently made a presentation to Mervyn and Ray Forman before their departure for Washington, to represent New Zealand in the Indoor Basketball at the Deaf Olympics. Shown above are Mervyn Forman, Len Johansson and Ray Forman.

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H.B. BOXING ASSN’S ANNUAL TOURNAMENT

Sorting out the programme for the evening’s boxing at the Hawke’s Bay Boxing Association’s annual amateur tournament are from left: G. Winsley (Dannevirke), Oam Hay, Bobo Fitzwater and W. Baillie.

Lower left: Woodham’s trainer, Mr. Colin Sturges, bandages Errol Hart’s fists before his bout.

Lower right: Glove attendant Mr. Dave Wilson checks up on his stock.

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Hawke’s Bay’s New Zealand Amateur feather-weight boxing representative, Ivan Woodham, recently announced his retirement from the ring on medical grounds. However, the boxing association have one tangible piece of evidence to remember him by with the presentation from him and his uncle, Tom Woodham, of this fine trophy which will be known as the Woodham Challenge Trophy. It will be presented annually to the most scientific junior boxer. Ivan is shown holding the gold plated trophy.

Top right: H. Ratama, Wairoa, connects with a strong right to the face of G. Pascoe, Hastings, during their bantam-weight contest. Ratama won the fight.

Lower right: P. Troy, Napier (right), and P. Hutchins of Wairoa, in their three round flyweight contest.

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This bout proved to be the most amusing of all seen at the amateur contest. It was merely a case of push and shove through the whole three rounds, barely one solid right hand punch was thrown. The high-handed boys are B. Wakely (Greendale) left, and B. Greentree of Napier, in the black. The decision was given to Wakely.

Lower left: A dazed J. McIntosh (left), Hastings, ducks under a rain of stiff rights from Dannevirke’s E. Moore.

Below right; A determined young boxer, E. Hart of Woodhams (right), won his three round bout against J. Augustine of Dannevirke.

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JAYCEE’S ACTIVITIES

Jaycees were out in force recently, participating in several projects to assist the community. The annual firewood distribution to pensioners was once again willingly undertaken. Shown bagging wood are Jaycees Roger Brebner, Herb Tayler, Noel Wilson, Ray Reid, Ian Price, Rene Veen, Ian Brown and Jack Semple.

Under construction by Napier Jaycees is this recreation room for the unmarried mothers at Bethany Home. Some of the Jaycees shown assisting in this project are George Gillies, Ian Scott and son Tony, Neville Sceats, Colin Turner, John Pudney, Wray Evans (Convener) and Art Kramer.

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SUB-UNION DAY

The Annual Sub Union Day unearthed, with one or two exceptions, very little new talent for Mr. Colin LeQuesne, the sole Hawke’s Bay selector. Here we show B. Sharp, C.H.B., scoring against Taupo in what was generally agreed to be one of the most uninspiring matches played at McLean Park for some considerable time.

Napier carried far too many guns for Dannevirke who never gave up trying. Above, Napier’s All Black, Ian MacRae, shown scoring one of his two tries.

Napier wing Bill Davis had too much pace for his opposite number.

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Tremain crashes over the Dannevirke line to score.

Despite the attention of three Dannevirke defenders, Napier lock Rod Abel crashed through to score.

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ART COURSE

Twelve selected Hawke’s Bay artists recently participated in a five day art course under the guidance of Mr. William Jones (above), a leading New Zealand artist. The course was organised by Mr. Norman Haig, instructor for the adult education department of the Victoria University, Wellington. Pictured at work on their canvasses near a Te Mata vineyard are Mrs. B. Forde and Mr. Louis Theakstone.

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ROVING CAMERA

The Napier Municipal Theatre has now an electronic organ which has been used during the recent church choirs festival and will be available for visiting artists and also for city functions. Trying out the new Wurlitzer organ is Mr. B. Cox, organist for the Trinity Methodist Church, Napier.

A radio which burst into flames in this apartment house in Hastings recently, caused severe damage to one room and set fire to furniture and furnishings. Hastings firemen are shown removing smouldering kapok from a smoke filled room.

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INDOOR BOWLS

The Napier Indoor Bowling season is once more in full swing. The Napier Association, with over 1200 members, held its Opening Night at the Centennial Hall, recently. Here we show a view of the Hall with some of the 300 who turned up for an evening’s bowling.

The Napier Association’s Singles Champion for the past three years, Kere Kirini, puts a bowl down the mat.

Urging his bowl along was well known Taradale bowler, A. H. Knowles.

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Lorraine Evans, Napier, who was having her first evening of bowls, appears undecided which course to take.

One of the oldest player is Central’s A.J. Campbell, 79, who has been playing for six years.

Jack Roche, Napier, measures up.

W. Walford, Puketapu, appears to be pointing the direction for his bowl.

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WINTER SWIMMING

Gaily splashing in the tepid water of the Awatoto Fertilizer Pool, these young swimmers were attending a school holidays coaching class under the guidance of Mr. Bert Cotterill, a leading professional swimming coach.

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ROTA CRAFT SHOW PACES

Members of the N.Z.Roto-Craft Assn. gathered at Napier airport for their annual rally. Though there are only 30 machines in the country, enthusiasts arrived from as far apart as North Cape to Invercargill. Above is pictured Alf Crowe of Bulls, Secretary of the association, in flight.

About to take off is Fraser McDonald of Feilding. These machines, which weigh 135 lbs., can be made for approximately £100. So next time you have a free weekend …

Youngest Gyro Glider pilot in New Zealand is 16 year old Graham Mullooly of Gisborne, who soloed at 14 ! ! !

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RECENT WEDDINGS

GIBSON – BALDOCK. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Graeme Gibson were recently married in St. Augustine’s Church, Napier. The bride is Gay Valerie, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. Baldock, Napier, and the groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. K. Gibson, Waipawa.
Photos by Hurst Studio

APPLEBY – BONIFACE. Recently married in St. Augustine’s Church, Napier, were Lyndsay Marion, daughter of Mrs. R. Boniface, Napier, and Leonard Francis, son of Mrs. C. Appleby, Hastings.
Photo by Hurst Studio

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WEDDING BELLS

WHARTON-PATERSON. Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Wharton were recently married at St. Paul’s Church, Napier. The bride is Carolyn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I. H. Paterson, Napier, and the groom is the son of Mrs. A. C. Wharton, Napier.
Photo by Hurst Studio

KEOGAN – McIVER. Recently married at St. Paul’s Presbyterian Church, Napier, were Mr. and Mrs. Barry Thomas Keogan. The bride was Barbara, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. McIver, Napier, and the groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Keogan, Otahuhu.
Photo by Hurst Studio

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CYCLE ROAD RACING

Three Wairoa cyclists cleaned up the top positions in the Leopard seven mile handicap colts cycling race at Havelock North. The winner was Andrew Taylor (centre), with R. Woolf (left) second and R. Cooper third.

In the senior 28 mile event the top honours went to Wellington rider C. Bramley (centre) who also won the 33 mile sponsored race on the Puketapu circuit. Second place went to D. Garrard (right) of Palmerston North and third to Dannevirke rider Des Stephens.

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Making due preparations prior to a road cycling event involves much work by both riders and officials, shown on this page in some normal duties. Top left: Neville Rogers checks over a bike for safety regulations.

Top right: Assistant starter G. E. Murphy laying the finishing line on the asphalt.

Lower left: Wellington rider G. Bendrey checks on his tyre pressures.

Lower right: Lionel Ravel of Feilding and Kathleen Hopping carry out repairs on a set of handlebars.

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The large field of 30 colts line up at the start of the seven mile road event at Havelock North.

Below: L. Cook of Napier leads a bunch of riders, giving away 7 minutes handicap, around a corner into Havelock North-Napier highway from Thompson Road. At right of Cook is Hastings’ Ken Sparks.

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David Yuile and Stephen Taylor (top left) aid each other in donning their identification numbers.

Announcer Jack Anderson (above right) rallies the riders for the start of a race.

Chatting over their prospects are from left: Allister Guyton (Wanganui), Trevor Craig (Wanganui), Des Thomson. (Auckland) and Maurice Mildenhall (Wanganui).

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KENNY BALL IN HAWKE’S BAY

English jazzman Kenny Ball and his band had a rousing welcome when they arrived at Napier recently. There to greet them was Ernie Rouse and his “Trad men” who were warming it up in the airport terminal building as the English boys disembarked.

Top: Kenny reads some late news from home and smiles contentedly.

Below: Meeting Ernie Rouse (left).

Lower right: Kenny has a word or two with Ray Ball about the double bass.

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