Hawke’s Bay Photo News 1965 – Number 084 November

Hawke’s Bay PHOTO NEWS
84th Issue
NOVEMBER 1965
HAWKE’S BAY’S PHOTO NEWS MAGAZINE
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[Cover photo –  Miss Linda Bill (J. Wattie Canneries) who was declared Queen of the Hastings Fantasyland contest, waves excitedly as she is chaired around the Hastings Assembly Hall by John Poppelwell and Dave Turner.]

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PHOTO NEWS
HAWKE’S BAY’S OWN PICTORIAL PHOTO MAGAZINE
Vol. 7
No. 12
November 1965

Editor Philip Moore

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OUR COVER PICTURES

Front Cover. Miss Linda Bill (J. Wattie Canneries) who was declared Queen of the Hastings Fantasyland contest, waves excitedly as she is chaired around the Hastings Assembly Hall by John Poppelwell and Dave Turner.

Back Cover. The new Dolphin Pool adjacent to the present pool, is rapidly taking shape. When finally completed it will be 2½ times the size, with a capacity of 250,000 gallons, it will be the home for a total of seven or eight dolphins.

To be seen at the Spring Show will be the balloon “Bernina”. For the first time in Hawke’s Bay a hydrogen filled balloon will be on static display. The balloon while on display in New Zealand will make three flights under the control of world renowned balloonist Herr Herman Scheer and balloon master Herr Alfred Schultz. By agreement with the Post Office, mail will be carried under first day covers on these flights and back stamped at the point of landing. Profits from the sale of first day covers will go to the N.Z. Plunket Society. First day covers from P.O. Box 36-007, Lower Hutt. Flights are from Auckland on 23rd October and Christchurch on 2nd November.

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TARADALE CUBS’ PICNIC

The Taradale Cub Pack picnic was recently held on the Weka Peninsular near Rissington. This is the first time that the Taradale Pack had held a function of this kind, and from the wonderful time the boys had, it looks as though it will be an annual event. Here we show the Cubs finishing lunch – an important part of the day.

Co-organisers Margaret Weir, David Smith and Pat Holland check on the days activities.

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For Garry Henderson (left) and David Johnson, it wasn’t so much what you eat, as long as you eat ! !

A game of Blind Man’s Buff with a difference, in which both protaganists are blindfolded.

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Cubs off on an hours hike, and time for the adults to recuperate.

As important as ever was the lighting of fires, though smoked, uncooked sausages were no rarity.

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“The try that nearly was”. Hawke’s Bay wing Dennis Smith crosses the line for what appears to be a try, which was not allowed, during the Hawke’s Bay v. Wellington match at McLean Park recently.

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NAPIER SCHOOLS’ MUSIC FESTIVAL

The Annual Napier Primary School Music Festival, was held over two nights at the Centennial Hall. With over 900 voices and the Wycliffe School Orchestra taking part, the festival was once more an outstanding success.

Here we show part of the Senior Massed Choir, under the baton of Miss June Armstrong, singing the N.Z. National Anthem.

A section of the Junior Massed Choir.

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The Nelson Park School Choir.

The Bledisloe School Choir showed the benefit of Maori voices and provided their own accompaniment.

The Marist School Choir singing “Santa Lucia”.

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H.B. TABLE TENNIS CHAMPIONSHIPS

Napier’s R. Moffatt (top left) and promising young Haumoana player Joy Gerrard (top right) scooped the pool taking three titles each at the recent H.B. Table Tennis Open Championships in the Y.M.C.A. Stadium, Hastings.

Below: S. Moroney and J. Sharman during play in the women’s doubles.

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BOATIES’ WORKING BEE

With the summer fast approaching, aquatic sports once more started to get under way. Above we show members of the H.B. Game and Off Shore Fishing Club, making preparations for the building of a concrete trailer-boat ramp at the Iron Pot, Napier, whilst below members of the Napier Sailing Club prepare the ground for a concrete slipway for the coming season.

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PROVINCIAL FENCING CHAMPIONSHIPS

A group of competitors who took part in the Wellington Provincial fencing championships at the St. John Ambulance Hall recently. They are, from left: G. Stratigopodlos (Wellington), D. Eccleston (Hastings), T. A. Bell (Ohakea), R. D. Patterson (Auckland), N. Williams (Hastings) and M. Cooper (Napier).

Below: In happy vein after their contest in the single foils are Elizabeth Stafford (left) and Lee Pomeroy.

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T. A. Bell (right) and R. D. Paterson (Auckland) come to grips in the sabre event.

Below: Mrs. N. D. Williams (Hastings) left and Mrs. E. McElwee of Wellington check the electrical tips before their foils event.

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FEMININE FOOTBALL

Part of the Havelock North Fantasyland Queen’s fund raising campaign took shape (?) recently with an ALL GIRL rugby match held at Anderson Park, Havelock North. The Tribune Tigers back line swing in to attack despite attention from the elegantly garbed opposition. The result: A win to Tribune Tigers by 6 points to 3 over “McKenzie’s Marauders”.

A bullicking run by this forward brought the Marauders only try.

Another Marauder gets bitten by a Tiger!

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MISS OCTOBER QUEST

Candidates in the Miss October Quest were recently presented to Mr. and Mrs. Kelvin Tremain at a dance held at the Cabaret Cabana, to launch the fund raising campaign. The girls, from left, are: Lynda Burrell (Napier Motor Racing Club), Barbara Bearsley (Napier Dearstalkers Assn.), Karen Longmore (Pacific Life Saving Club) and Patricia La Broome (Napier Wrestling Assn.), Kerry Black (Napier Kindergarten Assn).

Part of the evenings entertainment was this Can-Can presented by “Les Girls”.

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WEDDING BELLS

SAWYER – PARKES. Recently married at St. Paul’s Presbyterian Church, Napier, were Judith Ann Parkes, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Parkes, Onekawa, and Graeme Esmond Sawyer, son of Mr. and Mrs. K. Sawyer, Napier. The party, from left, is: Gerard Cunneen, Angela Philpott, Hilary Sawyer (flower girl), groom, bride, Gilbert Duncan.
Photo by Hurst Studios

RIGBY – KYLE. Ann Lorraine, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. N. P. Kyle, Napier, was married recently at the Trinity Methodist Church, Napier, to Kevin James, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. R. Rigby, Napier.
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MUDDY RUGBY

“SQUELCH” . . . and out under their boots and liberally festooned on their persons the mud stuck during what was described as the muddiest conditions for rugby for many years in Hawke’s Bay. The occasion was the game, Hastings Boys High School versus Gisborne High School, the curtain raiser to the representative match, H.B. and Manawatu. Some of the boys are seen below taking advantage of the water trough provided for the match.

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Hawke’s Bay winger Billy Davis with Kelvin Tremain in support open up a movement on the sodden ground. Hawke’s Bay won the match 17-8.

Below: Rod Abel lends a hand as Gordon Love tries to find a clean patch on his jersey with which to wipe his eyes.

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DESIGN FOR DRESSING UP

The St. Peter’s Parish Mannequins paraded before an appreciative audience at Wycliffe School Hall recently. A parade with a difference – the models represented various “LINES” such as Clothes Line, Touch Line, Railway Line. Models, from left above, are: Anne Thorp, Josephine Smith, Maureen Grapes, Ann Torrance, Barbara Cairns and Beth Wood.

Below, from left: Beryl McGovern, Helen Rogers, Mary Bramley, Joan Thompson and Isobel Bluck.

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ODD SHOTS

About to fly out of Napier after his annual holiday with his daughter is Wellingtonian Mr. W. C. Fosdick who is now in his 104th year. Spritely Mr. Fosdick refused help as he walked across to his waiting aircraft and chatted to the pilot, Captain H. G. Findlater, and N.A.C. official Mr. C. Noble.

“Don’t play with fire” . . . was the good advice offered to Hawke’s Bay children during Fire Prevention Week recently. Members of the fire brigades visited schools and brought up to the minute instructions about the right and wrong uses of fire. They are shown using a model at Mangateretere School.

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AMERICAN PREACHERS IN HAWKE’S BAY

Hastings and Napier Baptists were in full attendance at the Hawke’s Bay airport recently to welcome two American preachers who, along with 100 other Baptist Ministers from the States, are visiting New Zealand for a two-week Trans-Pacific crusade. The American visitors are second on left, chatting to the Rev. Tom Cadman of Napier and Dr. W. E. Welsh (wearing stetson) from El Paso, Texas, pictured with his host minister the Rev. G. Manaan of Hastings.

Below: Dr. Welsh has a friendly word to Mr. T. Tomoana of Hastings, who offered the traditional challenge to the American preachers when they arrived.

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The Rev. Bell looks a little perturbed about what awaits him as his colleague Dr. Welsh is greeted in traditional Maori fashion by Mrs. Mere Pou on their arrival at Napier.

Below: It’s just as well the visitors were forewarned of their Maori welcome or perhaps they may have had second thoughts about coming to New Zealand, when they saw and heard the spirited challenge of Mr. Tomoana.

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ROVING CAMERA

The Japan Society of Hawke’s Bay held its annual Sukiyaki dinner at the the Red Cross Hall, Napier. Shown seated in Oriental fashion are, from right: Jon Beck, Mrs. Wilson, Lou Theakstone, Mrs. F. O‘Connell and Mr. Brewer from Takapau.

The London Trophy, won for the first time by the H. B. Life Saving Assn., was recently handed over to the City of Napier for safe keeping in the Council Chambers. The trophy, valued at £200, is the main award in New Zealand and is awarded to Life Saving Associations on a points system. In the four years since the H.B. Association was formed it has the enviable record of a third, two seconds and now a first. Shown with the trophy are the Mayor of Napier, Mr. Peter Tait, Mr. R. J. Pratt, President of the HB. Life Saving Assn. and Mr. W. H. Gorley, the Association Chairman.

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BRIDE OF THE YEAR CONTEST

Eight of the brides who entered for the contest are shown here. In the top picture are from left: Jillian Verschaffelt, Barbara Wilkinson, Kathleen Williams and Barbara Wordsworth.

Lower, from left: Anne Page, Beverley Allen, Hine Te Apatu and Alison Vercoe.

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The pretty bride under a floral archway is Lynette Kawan.

Top right: Margaret McLean comes to a sudden halt as her train catches up on a protruding piece of wire.

Lower right: Carol Bayberry in a slim fitting gown.

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Mrs. Janice Clark of Napier (left), the winner of the Bride of the Year award which was contested during the Fantasyland project. Janice was selected the winner out of 29 brides.

Right: Walking along the hall but not to the altar this time, is Mrs. Elaine Flack.

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HAIR DRESSING COMPETITIONS

A glimpse into Vanity Fair during the Hawke’s Bay Master Ladies Hairdressing Association’s competitions which were held in the Assembly Hall, Hastings, recently.

Below: The winners of the open haircutting event. First place went Miss Ngaire Tinning (centre), with Keren Powell (left) filling second place and Miss Joy Wakelin third.

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Hair styling is a serious business judged by these pictures taken during the Hawke’s Bay Master Ladies Hairdressing Association’s competitions. Stylists from many parts of the province and Gisborne took part in the contests which were in three sections. Judges from outside the province made the final scrutinies. One of these was Miss Ann Dahlberg of Wellington (lower left).

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GUIDES’ FIELD DAY

The Napier District Guides recently held a Field Day at Tomoana. The girls, in thirteen patrols, were competing for a trophy. Here a Taradale Patrol are making gadgets for a Scout Hut.

Guides from Greendale are shown making an improved stretcher.

Another Greendale Patrol have the tricky job of constructing a fire float.

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St. Augustine’s Patrol compete in the rope-throwing, with Sharon Saywell doing the throwing.

This group of St. Paul’s Guides paused during their nature hunt to pose for the photographer.

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The latest intake of Student Nurses at Napier Public Hospital, photographed with their Tutor Sister.
Photo by Batchelors Studios

Mr. Claude Greenfield of Kopua, recently celebrated his 90th birthday and is pictured here with his family. From left: Mrs. C. Frantzetis (grand-daughter), Mrs. Bob Beuetherston (daughter), Mr. Greenfield, Mr. Arthur Greenfield, Mrs. J. Passmore (grand-daughter).

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NEW FACTORY OPENED

An innovation which may considerably alter construction costs and thinking was recently put on view in Napier. A fabrication technique known as “Gang-Nail“, it is claimed to be used in 80 per cent of American housing. Hobert [Robert] Holt and Sons Ltd., who have one of the only two “Gang-Nailers” in New Zealand, displayed the technique to over 100 architects, engineers, builders and local authority representatives. Here can be seen a section of a truss on the clamp table.

Mr. R. Dodds who is in charge of Robert Holt’s pre-cutting department, displays an elbow section of a truss with gang nail plate angle brace in position.

“Paddy” Mahoney sets gang nails in place on a truss.

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Ray Boag operates the hydraulic Gang Nail Beam Press.

As can be seen, a big advantage is the ease with which a 20 ft. finished truss can be handled.

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H.B. v WAIKATO

The Captains lead their teams onto the field at Nelson Park, Hastings for the representative rugby fixture between Hawke’s Bay and Waikato recently. The Bay won convincingly 22-3.

Below: Ian MacRae in full cry, opens up a fine gap as he makes a bid for Waikato‘s goal-line.

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Referee Mr. D. McKay blows his whistle and signals a try (top) for the Bay. Rod Abel, Kelvin Tremain and K. Crawford figure in the successful attack.

Below: A close call for Waikato as Ian MacRae is lowered just short of the goal.

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SUTCLIFFE CUP

The H.B. Swing Club’s annual competition for young musicians was recently held in the Top Hat Ballroom. Winner of the open competition for the Sutcliffe Cup was talented trombonist 20-year-old Tom Kerr. He is shown here receiving his trophy from Swing Club President Johnny Hale.

Winner of the Fitzgerald Rose Bowl, for musicians under 18, was 14-year-old Stephen Lobb.

Clarinetist Wendy Etherton was welcomed as the first non-male competitor.

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Drummer Murray Waite.

Derek Fitzgerald on vibes.

ODD SHOT

The British Minister of Agriculture, Mr. Fred Peart, signs the visitors book in the Waipukurau Borough Council rooms during his visit to Central Hawke’s Bay recently. Watching, at left, is Mrs. Peart and the Mayors of Waipukurau, Mr. Winlove (centre), and Waipawa, Mr. Kingston.

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ON SAFARI

Huntin’? Shootin’? Fishin’? Well these members of the Hawke’s Bay District of the Christian Youth Methodist Movement could have been doing any or all of these on this ‘Safari” organised recently in Napier. With stops at Westshore, Greenmeadows, and other places, where participants partook of refreshments, the Safari was judged by observers from other churches. Here we show Valerie Owens of Napier about to leave the “Clive Square Game Reserve”.

Among the participants were Joy Wills, Napier, Barbara Boyle and Sue Thompson of Hastings.

One of the organisers was “Great White Hunter” Michael Brosnan of Napier.

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On hand to make sure everybody obeyed the rules, was the Safari Police, represented by Jim Bently of Hastings.

Really dressed for the kill was this Zulu chief who went under the name of Ian Rutherford.

Looking a little apprehensive about the outcome of the Safari were Rosmari and Justine Shooter of Hastings.

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21st BIRTHDAYS

John Hooper celebrated his 21st at the Merchant Navy Club Rooms, Napier.
Photo by Batchelors Studios

Terry O’Brien, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. P. O’Brien, Hastings, on the occasion of his 21st, held in Rugby Football Hall.
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Michael Herlihy, son of B. E. Herlihy, Hastings, pictured at his 21st held at “Bon Estha“, Napier.
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Mr. and Mrs. W. Fulford, who recently celebrated their Diamond Wedding Anniversary, with a family reunion.
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LANE CUP FINAL

Hastings High School Old Boys forward looks for support as he races from a ruck with the ball during the Lane Cup final played against Marist. High School won the game 19-nil in an action packed contest against a stiff southerly breeze.

Below: Old Boys five-eighths R. Scott plants the ball right under the crossbar after a break through the Marist defence.

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FANTASYLAND, MOTOR SHOW & FASHION PARADE

An eye-catching exhibit at the recent Motorama conducted by the Allied Motor Trades in Hastings was this sizzling crimson E-Type Jaguar plus the Allied Trades Fantasyland Queen candidate Miss June Dillon (left) and her Maid, Miss Ann Osborne.

Below: Members of the public watching a film depicting overland transport.

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The five girls who gave fashion parades at the Fantasyland Motorama are, from left: Ann Osborne, Glenda Ford, Lorraine Herries, June Dillon (Motor Trades Queen) and Mrs. Blake.

Eyes were not exclusively glued to cars and girls however, the model railway exhibit attracted a large audience most of the time.

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FISHING CLUB PRESENTATION

The presentation of trophies by the H.B. Game and Off-shore Fishing Club was held recently at the cafeteria of Begleys Industries. Shown receiving the George Townshend Cup from Club President Harry Davies is Gordon Dine.

Trophy for the heaviest schnapper by a Junior went to Tony Christie.

The Kingi Trophy for the heaviest kingfish went to Ray Wiig, who also took top honours for the heaviest tuna.

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A 62lb. shark enabled Syd Birks to win the D. Heayes Trophy

Neil Whyte with three of the major trophies which he won during the season.

The Club Trophy for the heaiviest gurnard went to G. Thodson.

Recipient of the silver pin was Les Grant.

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ROVING CAMERA

The two photographs shown here were taken recently at the scene of a smash on the corner of Nuffield Avenue and Latham Street. The site of many road accidents (at least eight in the past five years) and of two deaths. May we suggest to the incoming Napier City Council, that this badly lit, dangerous corner, be regarded as a traffic hazard, and investigated as such.

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SCOUTS’ GANG SHOW IN H.B.

An enthusiastic audience of local Scouts, Guides, Cubs, etc., greeted the Manawatu Gang Show during its performance in the Municipal Theatre, Hastings, recently. Top picture shows most of the cast of the show in their opening number.

Lower left: Scout Master Anthony Plews as Captain Hook.

Lower right: Helping Sambo with his bowler.

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For an all male show, characterisation was brilliant, especially for such scenes as the above entitled “Farewell to the Old Music Halls”. The boys were convincing as girls.

Lower left: Brian Newth and Colin Crooks team up for a cheer-up song.

Lower right: Monk-ey business brewing as George Phillips and Lionel Meade scheme behind the set.

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Snowmen came to life by the magic of Jack Frost in this glittering item called “White Christmas”, while a melodious boys choir rendered the carol “Silent Night”.

Below: Fagged out by their performance, some of the Scouts take a nap as they wait for the final curtain.

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SOCCER

An exciting game of soccer was provided for a small crowd who were present at St. Leonard’s Park, Hastings, recently for the final of the Wattie Cup between Hawke’s Bay team (top picture) and Waikato (bottom). The game was won by Waikato in the closing minutes of play when a goal was shot in to clinch the game 5-4.

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NORTH ISLAND & H.B. BADMINTON CHAMPS

The attractive young Auckland player, Miss Alison Glenie who took three titles at the recent North Island and Hawke’s Bay Badminton championships smiles as she prepares for a smash shot.

Top right: Soon to take off for Malaya, the promising young Wellington player, John Compton, played in six of the finals taking four titles in all.

Below: Referees and executive members organise the draw for the 180 odd players who participated.

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Badminton runs in the Glenie family of Auckland and three of the children were present and played in the tournament. They are Alison, Robyn and Richard.

Below: Handshakes all round following the final of the B grade mixed doubles. The players are Miss Christine Compton, Wellington; Richard Brooker, Hastings; Lyall Palmer, Hastings; and Miss Margery Curry.

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FASHION

A first venture in the field of high fashion was made recently by two Hastings dressmakers, Mrs. Edith Burns and Mrs. Babs Circutt, who designed and made the evening gown and cocktail ensemble pictured above modeled by Mrs. Jeanette Shaw. The garments were entered in the Benson and Hedges Golden Rose contest in Wellington, where they were highly commended.

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ODD SHOTS

National Fire Prevention Week got underway in Napier recently with a display of fire fighting equipment on the Napier Marine Parade. This appliance held by Volunteer Firemen Ian Graham and Ron McNamara is capable of spreading a curtain of water at the rate of 1000 gallons a minute to prevent the spread of fire.

1965 teams 1B and 2 of St. Joseph’s Maori Girls’ College, Greenmeadows, who were successful in winning the First Grade and First Reserve at the Napier Basketball Association games, played at Marine Parade on SaturdaysFrom left to right, back row: J. Herbert (captain), P. Cotter, R. Walsh, J. Walsh, E. Ratana, M. Walsh, H. Raroa. Front row: B. Henderson(captain), J. Dunn, H. Kaipara, E. Henderson, D. Ratana, J. Batistich, J. Ngapera. Coach: Mrs. G. Burns.
Photos by Hurst Studio

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HAWKE’S BAY REP. TEAM, 1965

The Hawke’s Bay Rep. Team, left to right, back row: G. Watts, B. Furlong, I. MacRae, F. Duvenage, I. Bishop, M. Loughlan. Back [Second to back] row: G. Love, G. Stone, K. Crawford, R. Abel, B. Condon, K. Murdoch, A. Small. Front [Second from front] row: W. Davis, Mr. Bramwell, K. Tremain (captain), Mr. C. Le Quesne (selector), T. Johnson, A. Hayes (masseur), N. Thimbleby. Seated: B. Neal, G. Meech, D. Smith.
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[Back cover photo – The new Dolphin Pool adjacent to the present pool, is rapidly taking shape. When finally completed it will be 2½ times the size, with a capacity of 250,000 gallons, it will be the home for a total of seven or eight dolphins.]

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Published November 1958 – June 1967

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November 1965

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