Hawke’s Bay Photo News 1965 – Number 083 October

Hawke’s Bay PHOTO NEWS
83rd Issue
OCTOBER 1965
HAWKE’S BAY’S OWN PHOTO MAGAZINE
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[Cover photo – Miss Christine Coleman, a radiologist from the Hastings Hospital, was the 1965 Blossom Queen. Christine, who was chosen from 16 candidates, will represent Hastings New Zealand at Hastings England as part of her prize.]

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PHOTO NEWS
HAWKE’S BAY’S OWN PICTORIAL PHOTO MAGAZINE
Vol. 7
No. 11
October 1965

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OUR COVER PICTURES

Front Cover. Miss Christine Coleman, a radiologist from the Hastings Hospital, was the 1965 Blossom Queen. Christine, who was chosen from 16 candidates, will represent Hastings New Zealand at Hastings England as part of her prize.

Back Cover. Thoroughly deserving its title of Champion of Champions float at the Hastings Blossom Festival was this entry by Pernel Orchards. Composed entirely of natural blossom, its appearance brought loud applause from the thousands lining the streets.

Shapely young New Zealand Olympic gymnast, Miss Pauline Gardiner, who delighted the crowd in Hastings with her performance on the parallel bars.

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BOULEVARD MARKET

Some £2000 was netted during the recent Fantasyland boulevard day in Hastings. The top picture shows a section of the crowd around the gym apparatus as Pauline Gardiner goes through her routine.

Below: The packed scene in Heretaunga Street.

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The King Pin in the sewing contest at the Fantasyland boulevard day recently was Mayor Ron Giorgi who dashed off a nifty sack line dress for New Zealand Olympic gymnast Pauline Gardiner (left) and won the coveted first prize – a Dolphin Pool.

Below: Ron was up to his old tricks and was caught in the act of stealing some of Duncan Maclntyre’s cloth.

Page 4

“A bob a ticket” yells Lion’s candidate promoter Harry Sims as he holds aloft an appetising chicken.

Nurses and Jaycees sponsored candidate, Miss Anne Wishart attempts to ring the bell in the sledgehammer contest. Watch out patients at Memorial, it might be a new type of anaesthetic Anne has devised.

Fashions were definitely informal during the carnival day celebrations as evidenced by Mr. J. E. Bristow

Havelock North Mayor, Mr. Ron Nilsson at work on his creation which he made for Vicki Price from Australia.

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The reason for the stern looks on the faces of these three Hastings policemen is explained below . . . as Lindsay Schroder, one of Watties farm staff, strains every muscle during a pull in the tug-o-war contest during boulevard day in Heretaunga Street, recently.

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FANTASYLAND QUEENS PRESENTED

Fantasyland candidates recently curtsied to the Mayor of Hastings during a function at the Assembly Hall. Miss Polynesia, Karen Meha (top left) greets the Mayor.

Top right: The Nurses and Jaycees candidate Miss Anne Wishart curtsies low to His Worship.

Below: A line-up of the candidates who are vying for the title of “Fantasyland Queen”.

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ODD SHOTS

Springbok fever didn’t produce conditions suitable for stripping off as this picture depicts of the well togged up section of the large crowd which queued for seats for the match against Hawke’s Bay.

Workmen are shown finishing off the two section prefabricated building which was taken to Tarawera to act as a temporary bar, in place of the old hotel which was destroyed by fire recently.

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SCOUTS TRAINING COURSE

Members of the Scouting Movement from Gisborne to Central H.B. attended a Cub Wood Badge Preliminary Training Course at Westshore recently. Among the activities was the preparation and rehearsal of songs for the various cub packs. Shown going over one particular song are, from left: J. Lewis (Hastings), Eunice Mead (Gisbome), Joyce Williams (Hastings), David Smith (Taradale) and Brian Cottle (Napier).

Organsier of the course was Cub Mistress Robin Caves of Hastings.

Participating in a Church Service were Janet Robertson (Westshore) and Lynn Vachre (Napier).

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Getting in on a knotty problem were Tom Wheeler, Max Birt, Colin Monro, Kay Whittington of Hastings and Richard Dew of Wairoa.

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SOCIAL NOTES

Pictured here are four generations all named William Henry Chappel, who gathered recently in Napier. Seated centre is Mr. Chappel of Napier, at left his son from Waihi, and right, his grandson and great-grandson from Paeroa.

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PAKOWHAI FLOODING

Hawke’s Bay rivers went on the rampage recently and caused considerable surface flooding around the Pakowhai area. Above: the view looking towards the showgrounds from Pakowhai Road down Ellwood Road.

Below: The small piledriver which was toppled by the raging waters before it could be rescued from the site of the new Waitangi railway bridge.

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Two aerial views looking over the Pakowhai area of the recent heavy flooding near Hastings. Top view shows vehicles negotiating a flooded section of Pakowhai Road.

Lower picture shows the new Chesterhope Bridge and build up of floodwaters.

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Workers try to open channels to free land from floodwaters which have spilt over rich cropping land when the Ngaruroro backed up the Karamu Stream.

Below.The Pakowhai Shingle Works completely surrounded by the swollen river.

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BASKETBALL

The Mayor of Hastings, Mr. Ron Giorgi, presents the trophy to the captain of the Huia’s, runners up in the senior basketball competition during the closing day celebrations recently. Accepting the cup is Joan Hansen.

Below left: Miss Gladys Symes pins a N.Z. referees badge on the lapel of Mrs. June Green’s blazer during the closing day. Mrs. Green is the first Hawke’s Bay person to hold these three referee badges.

Janice Clough (lower right) receives her badge entitling her to referee club fixtures.

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The High School B team, winners of the first reserve.

The girls, from left: Huia Tomlins, Elizabeth Van Asch, Annette Quinney, Christine Hedley, Margaret Pratt, Jennifer Sanko and Rosemary Garnett.

Lower left: The handsome display of trophies being scrutinised by three young players. They are Philippa Nott, Christina Fitchett and Karen Morgan.

Below right: Sandra Pascoe receives some help with her tie from a team mate.

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Winners of the second grade was this Tuis team who are, from left: B. Goodwin, J. Armstrong, B. Pidgeon, M. White, V. Mohi, P. Naylor and D. Platt.

Below: Winners of the fourth reserve were United six. They are, from left: Loris Shield. Lorraine Sergeant, Karen Morgan, Christine Fitchett, Jacky Webby, Sharon Badland and Vivienne Low.

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ROTARY TOURS COOLSTORE

An interesting tour of inspection was recently made by members of the Havelock North and Hastings Rotary Clubs, to the New Zealand Apple and Pear Board’s new coolstore and packing plant in Hastings. The Rotarians saw every phase of this highly efficient method of packing and grading.

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ROVING CAMERA

The sixteen Blossom Festival contestants line up with East Coast Aero Club pilot Mr. Peter Marshall after going for a spin over Hastings.

Below: Climbing into the four seater Cessna for their turn are Edith Towns, Margaret Perry and Julie Hunt.

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FUN & FROLICS

Hastings Mayor Mr. Ron “Stirling” Giorgi spins the Blossom Queen around the track in funfare alley during a personality race.

Below: They mightn’t get away with it at home, but for one brief hour during fun and frolics day, pillow fighting is legal.

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It looks like a scene from the Mad Hatter’s tea party, aye? Some delightful studies of Hastings children during the pets parade. Top left: Gillian Inkpen with her pet Tabby.

Top right: Ivan Sawyer plus white rabbit and pink blossom atop.

Lower left: Puss in Jersey . . held by Christine Lowe, and lower right: A much decorated pet lamb held by owner Jennifer Bristow.

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CROWNING OF A QUEEN

The exciting moment which each of the sixteen contestants had been dreaming of for weeks arrived for Christine Coleman and now she sits crowned Blossom Festival Queen for 1965, with her two princesses Christine Ansell (left) and Anne Littlejohn.

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Admiring the skyline over Heretaunga Street approvingly is the Blossom Queen Christine Coleman with her princesses Miss Christine Ansell (right) and Anne Littlejohn (second on right). With them is Miss Toowoomba, Vicki Price (left) and public relations officer John Minty.

Below left: Christine becomes a demo worker as she lends a hand at erecting an arch.

Below right: Little Bo-Peep gets a leg up from Christine and Anne.

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16th BLOSSOM FESTIVAL

Though the weather was somewhat erratic, the 16th Hastings Blossom Festival nevertheless drew a singularly large crowd to witness some at the most attractively arranged floats seen for two or three years. With the addition of a number of floats depicting aspects of the proposed Fantasyland, the stage was set for a spectacular procession which was led by the Hastings City Council float carrying the Blossom Queen, Miss Christine Coleman, and her two Princesses.

An attractive and dignified float was entered by the Nurses in conjunction with the Hastings Jaycees, which was placed first in the Fantasyland Section.

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Topical subjects in the Humorous Section drew some wry comments.

Winner of the Artificial Blossom Section was this “Wizard of Oz” float entered by Barclay Motors with attractive Ngairie Stubbs seated in front.

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The Mt. Eden boys seemed to have Constable Kaye bailed up.

First prize in the Humorous Section went to this float on the T.V. programme “The Munsters”.

As may be seen, political decisions were fair game.

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One float which showed great ingenuity was this one entered by the H.B. Milk Corporation.

Ross, Dysart & McLean’s entry which carried the Lions’ Queen candidate, gained 3rd place in the Trades Section.

Taradale once more showed imagination with this very attractive float with Kathy Dean as a butterfly on a daisy.

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These attractive lasses graced the Polynesian float.

Vera Grooby appeared to be having trouble with her garter.

One of the highlights was a helicopter rescue display.

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Young Christine Lamb gained 1st prize for the best decorated pram, whilst Doreen Struthers decorated bike appeared to be about to take off.

1st, 2nd and 3rd prizes for Children’s Fancy Dress went to John Hawtin (Mickey Mouse), Brent Rumbal (Sausage) and Mary O’Leary (Handkerchief Satchet).

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The Beatles complete with their M.B.E. decorations was judged the Champion for all courts at the Hastings Horticultural Society’s Floral Festival in the King Street coolstores, recently. It was the work of Mrs. J. Parkhill.

Lower pictures: Napier’s Marine Parade Floral Clock stimulated the Te Mahunga [Te Mahanga] C.W.I. in this factual replica.

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Judges of the Floral Courts at the Hastings Horticultural Society’s Floral Festival, Mrs. I. Fleming, Waipawa, and Mr. A. A. McCormick, Hastings, studying one of the bays.

A novel entry in this year’s festival was a bay depicting various aspects of space flight.

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ROTHMANS SPORTS FOUNDATION

Never before has Waipukurau played host to such a galaxy of international sports stars. In Central H.B. to lecture, coach and conduct clinics in their various avenues of sport were Peter Snell, Don Clarke, Bert Sutcliffe and Arthur Lydiard, members of the Rothman’s Sports Foundation. Held at the Assembly Hall of the Central H.B. College over a period of some days, the various meetings and lectures attracted an extremely large section of the community. Shown here is Peter Snell answering questions from Mrs. Shirley Verran, coach of the Waipukurau Athletic Club.

Arthur Lydiard tells Kevin Hunt, Alan Christoffersen, Ian Hunt and John Delaney the importance of physical fitness.

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Don Clarke answers questions from avid football fans.

Bert Sutcliffe chats and jokes with Joe Blake, Ron Hussey, Grigor Hopkinson, Ian Harrison and Donald McDonald.

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TEENAGE DRIVING CONTEST

17-year-old Hastings driver Brian Pearce (top left) won the recent Teenage Driving contest run by the Hastings Jaycees at the Tomoana Showgrounds.

Top right: Darryl Keenan keeps a weather eye on his front wheel as he tries to steer between these fixed pegs.

Below: Chatting over questions in the written examination are from left: J. C. Glover, D. M. Potts, C. M. Robertson, J.M. Fickling and D. O’Dwyer.

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Official D. Farrar (left) offers information to Peter Kirk during the event.

Lower left: “Backing through poles is not too easy,” said this young fellow, even in a small car.

Lower right: Checking on the scores are Jaycees Graham Collett and Tony Agnew.

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N.Z.B.C. DRAMA AUDITIONS

Chief Producer from the N.Z.B.C., William Austin, recently held auditions from H.B. amateur actors, with a view to incorporating them into N.Z.B.C. plays which are now produced on a regional level. Mr. Austin is shown here with Mrs. Deidre Hainsworth of Taradale.

Mr. G. Garner of Hastings, one of the 150 persons who sought auditions.

N.Z.B.C. announcer, Keith Hambleton, answers some questions from Lorraine Williams, Waipukurau, and Gaylene Preston, Napier.

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FREEDOM OF HASTINGS CITY CONFERRED ON REGIMENT

The Mayor of Hastings, Mr. R. V. Giorgi (above), reviewing troops of the 1st Armoured Regiment (Queen Alexandra’s) during the ceremony in which the Freedom of the City was conferred on the regiment recently.

Below: The C.O. of the regiment, Major J. S. Brown, addressing the assembled crowd during the ceremony after receiving the Charter.

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WILDLIFE EXHIBITION

Once again the H.B. Naturalist Club in conjunction with the Junior Wildlife Wardens presented an excellent Wildlife Exhibition. Though its accent was on the South Pacific area, the exhibition nevertheless embraced all aspects of natural life both wild and domestic. Shown here is the Pets’ Corrall, always a favourite stopping place for children.

This little animal being fed by our guide, Robbie White of Poraiti, is a Coatimundi, a native of Central America, was loaned by the Wellington Zoo.

Once again the Rhesus Monkeys proved a favourite with the youngsters.

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One of the centres of interest was the hut used by the Junior Wildlife Wardens during the course of their expedition in the Solomon Islands. Here we show (above) an interior view of the hut with Garry Grant, a member of the expedition, demonstrating the art of preserving a beetle by injecting it with Ethyl Acetate.

Below, an exterior view of the leaf hut.

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Mark Petersen shown with the sheep and llama which have become inseparable companions.

Two Huskie dogs which were used in Antarctica.

A pair of Pea Fowl, natives of India, drew many admiring looks with their beautifully coloured feathers.

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A great drawcard wiih the children was this goat being fed by Joanne Veen, Napier.

Canada Geese, native to North America, loaned by Mr. Sorensen of Karapiro.

Mr. V. J. Edmunds with his fallow deer.

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Jack Burn, the designer and builder, with Aubrey Dyke on the Taupo golf course.

The Golf Scout under construction. For ease of operation the Scout is powered by an electric start motor and automatic clutch.

The professional golfer Aubrey Dyke selects his club from the conveniently placed bag. Overseas experience has shown that more holes can be played in one day and more players can use a course where the Golf Scouts are in operation.

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“ANNIE GET YOUR GUN”

The Napier Operatic Society’s production this year “Annie Get Gun” opens its Napier season on the 9th October. When “Photo News” called during rehearsals everything was running very smoothly, and the show, produced by Jim O’Brian of Auckland, should provide a hit show, another in a long line of successful musicals. Rehearsing “Show Business” are, from left: Brian Howlett, (Charlie Devenport), Robert Houston (Frank Butler) and Bryan Johnson (Buffalo Bill).

The children’s chorus under the baton of Musical Director, Cedric White.

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Going over the script are, from left: Peter Collett (Pawnee Bill), Joy McNamara (Dolly Tait) and Leonie Weston (Winnie Tait).

Producer Jim O’Brian with Kevin Hague who appeared in the 1959 show “Boys On! ! Revue”, which was also produced by Jim O’Brian.

Judy Sayers and Jan Manson rehearse a dance routine.

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The important job of making coffee and tea fell to Mrs. W. Flavell, whilst Jean Campbell and Hazel Jennings approve the brew.

A section of the men’s chorus.

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MAGPIES LEAVE FOR CHALLENGE

With hopes running high, Hawke’s Bay rugby fans really got worked up over this year’s challenge against Taranaki for the Ranfurly Shield. The team are shown as they left early in the morning for the West Coast, from Napier.

Lower left: Helping Dad with his luggage is two year old Michael Johnston.

Lower right: The music man of the team, Ian McRae, unloads from the car his baggage plus guitar.

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HAWKE’S BAY’S SHIELD CHALLENGE

Neil Thimbleby comes to grips with a Taranaki player, minus the ball.

Taranaki full-back B. I. O’Dowda who was taken off the field in the first few minutes of play.

A Taranaki half-back attempting to break clear is lowered by H.B.’s Blair Furlong.

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R. Abel, Hawke’s Bay forward, scrambles for the ball supported by Murdoch and Love. At extreme right is H.B. half-back, Barry Neale.

Taranaki forwards predominate in this line-out.

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NAPIER SHOPPING WEEK HIGHLIGHT

Pounding down Emerson Street during the final of the Mothers’ Pram Race well clear of the field is Hastings housewife Mrs. M. Gledhill. Second place went to Mrs. D. H. Matthews, Pakowhai, and third place was filled by Mrs. D. Cresswell.

Coming in at a fast gallop is Mr. Tom Davenport, winner of the Napier Shopping Week Fathers’ Lawnmower Race.

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HAWKE’S BAY v’s SPRINGBOKS

With a procession never seen in Napier before, the 1965 Springboks were welcomed to Hawke’s Bay in typically (?) brilliant Hawke’s Bay weather. With thousands thronging the streets, Hawkeye moved down Emerson Street to the accompaniment of cheers and applause.

Signs on some of the floats may have suggested dark deeds prior to the 3rd Test . . .

. . . Whilst others suggested advice to the N.Z.R.U. that forewarned is forearmed.

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Hawke’s Bay fullback I. Bishop, manages to get away his kick before approaching Springbok F. Gainsford (above) could collar him in the International rugby match against Hawke’s Bay at McLean Park recently.

Below: Players involved in this modern bumps-a-daisy are Ian MacRae and J. Engelbrecht.

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Nimble footed Springbok halfback D. de Villiers looks over his shoulder for support during an opening dash, one of many he made which ultimately provided points for the ’Boks during their game against the Bay side.

Below: Forwards scramble for possession during the torrid first half.

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Right winger W. Mans appears indifferent to the danger lurking behind him in the form of speedy Hawke’s Bay winger, South African F. Duvenage. In support of Mans is J. L. Gainsford.

Below: A tug-o-war develops in a ruck as Tremain and Meech struggle to break a Springbok’s hold on the ball.

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Rugby Ballet. Hawke’s Bay fullback I. Bishop appears propped up by this attacking Springbok while leaping high for possession. Supporting Bishop are MacRae and Duvenage.

Lower: Sturdy forward K. Crawford clamps down on the ball during a lineout.

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20th October

[Back cover photo – Thoroughly deserving its title of Champion of Champions float at the Blossom Festival was this entry by Pernel Orchards. Composed entirely of natural blossom, its appearance brought loud applause from the thousands lining the streets.]

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Published November 1958 – June 1967

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October 1965

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