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Letter from W E Parry, Minister of Internal Affairs

Letter from W E Parry, Minister of Internal Affairs

Letter from the W E Parry, Minister of Internal Affairs, to the Alan Loveday Fund Committee regarding a request for a Government Grant to send Alan Loveday to the United Kingdom for violin tuition. Alan Raymond Loveday was born 29 February 1928 in Palmerston North, to Margaret (nee Rickard) and Leslie Loveday. Playing the violin from an very early age, a local committee was set up to raise funds to send the 11-year-old Alan with his mother Margaret to the UK for violin lessons, where he became a pupil of Albert Sammons. Alan married pianist Ruth Stanfield in 1952, and they had two children Rosalind and Ian. He had a distinguished career as a violinist, including  being a professor at the RCM. He died 12 April 2016.

 
Letter from Alan Loveday Committee to New Zealand Broadcasting Service

Letter from Alan Loveday Committee to New Zealand Broadcasting Service

Letter to the New Zealand Broadcasting Service requesting broadcast of a benefit concert in the Opera House, Palmerston North, to raise funds to send Alan Loveday to the United Kingdom for musical tuition. Alan Raymond Loveday was born 29 February 1928 in Palmerston North, to Margaret (nee Rickard) and Leslie Loveday. Playing the violin from an very early age, a local committee was set up to raise funds to send the 11-year-old Alan with his mother Margaret to the UK for violin lessons, where he became a pupil of Albert Sammons. Alan married pianist Ruth Stanfield in 1952, and they had two children Rosalind and Ian. He had a distinguished career as a violinist, including  being a professor at the RCM. He died 12 April 2016.

 
Alan Loveday; Age 8 Years

Alan Loveday; Age 8 Years

Alan Loveday was born in Palmerston North in 1929 and made his debut when four years old. Lovedays musical talent was then known and in 1937 and 1938, a series of benefit concerts were arranged to raise the £1500 needed to send Alan to England. Alan left for England in 1939 to study under Albert Sammonds at the Royal College of Music. Alan made his English debut in 1946 and since has played in many countries around the world. In 1955, Alan was appointed Professor at the Royal College of Music.

 
"Judges' Decision is Final" -Rodeo

"Judges' Decision is Final" -Rodeo

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 04 February 1958, page 12: "Situated high above the corral at the Moutoa Young Farmers' rodeo was a vantage point from which the judges marked their points on activities. Here seen conversing over one event is Mr. J. McCartney (Stratford) and Mr. D.C. Wright (Rongotea)."

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February 4, 1958
 
"How Kia Toa Won the Line-Outs"- Rugby

"How Kia Toa Won the Line-Outs"- Rugby

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 19 May 1958, page 9: "The Kia Toa and Manawatu line-out specialist, W. Hearn, reaches far greater height than any of his team mates or opponents in a match between Old Boys and Kia Toa at the Oval on Saturday. Kai Toa won more than their share of the ball from set play and kept the speedy Old Boys team in check. The game ended in a 6-all draw."

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May 19, 1958
 
Gas Authority Visits Local Works

Gas Authority Visits Local Works

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 10 May 1958, page 8: "Showing keen interest in the methods employed at the Palmerston North gas works, the Australian expert in the manufacture of domestic gas, Dr. A.E. Bruggemann (left), listens to an explanation by Mr. A..J. McKenzie, the manager of the works, when visiting the site with local officials yesterday afternoon."

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May 10, 1958
 
Japanese Delegation Visits City

Japanese Delegation Visits City

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 07 May 1958, page 8: "Members of the Japanese delegation who are in New Zealand to negotiate the renewal of a casein contract photographed after they arrived at Milson Airport today. They are from left: Messrs. Kashima, Y. Watanabe, E. Mataui, T. Morimura and S. Matsumoto."

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May 7, 1958
 
Dominion Conference of Maori Welfare League Begins

Dominion Conference of Maori Welfare League Begins

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 28 April 1958, page 6: "Seen at the opening of the Dominion conference of the Maori Welfare League in Palmerston North today are a section of the delegates who were listening to the opening address given by the Prime Minister (Mr. Nash)."

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April 28, 1958
 
"Floral Tribute to the Honoured Dead" - ANZAC

"Floral Tribute to the Honoured Dead" - ANZAC

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 26 April 1958, page 8: "A section of the representatives of various organisations who paid tribute to the fallen during the wreath-laying ceremony at the War Memorial yesterday. Extreme left is Mr. P. Kelliher and Mrs. M. Tulloch from the Catholic Services Association."

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April 26, 1958
 
Purchasing Their Poppies

Purchasing Their Poppies

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 18 April 1958, page 8: "Three nurses in town for their Friday morning shopping pause to purchase a poppy each from Mrs. O. Russell."

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April 18, 1958
 
Farewell to First Public Relations Officer

Farewell to First Public Relations Officer

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 02 April 1958, page 11: "At his home yesterday, Palmerston North's first Public Relations Officer, Mr. E.G. Beckett, received a farewell presentation from members of the Public Relations Organization. Here the chairman, Mr. J.E. Greenslade, (left), makes the presentation to Mr. Beckett, who is shortly to take up a new position as Public Relations Officer in Christchurch."

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April 2, 1958
 
"Skilled Flying Pleases Crowd" - Ohakea

"Skilled Flying Pleases Crowd" - Ohakea

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 31 March 1958, page 12: "A crash seemed inevitable as this R.N.Z.A.F. Sunderland flying-boat from the Air Force station at Hobsonville demonstrated its maneuverability while making a low run over the airfield during the flying display at Ohakea on Saturday."

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March 31, 1958
 
"Any Advance on 350 Guineas?" - Horse Sales

"Any Advance on 350 Guineas?" - Horse Sales

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 28 March 1958, page 15: "This handsome brown weanling filly, foaled in August last year at the Santa Rosa Stud, Longburn, shared equal top price with her half-sister at 350 guineas. Both are by Ruthless and were offered by Mr. J.A. Mitchell. This smart looking youngster was purchased by Mr. A. Roberts of Otorohanga."

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March 28, 1958
 
"Just like Gulliver's Travels" - Road Safety Training

"Just like Gulliver's Travels" - Road Safety Training

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on March 29 1958, page 12: "The children of the Palmerston North Intermediate Normal School are seen taking part in the Shell Traffic Trainer, a Lilliputian Village with miniature traffic lights, and various other safety signs that accost one on the road. The smaller children about to cross the road are from the College Street School. This is the first public demonstration of this trainer in New Zealand and the village cost the Shell Oil Company about £1000."

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March 29, 1958
 
"Presentation after Long Service" - at the Power Board

"Presentation after Long Service" - at the Power Board

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 28 March 1958, page 8: "Mr. J.H. Mason, left, who has been a member of the Manawatu-Oroua Electric Power Board for 22 years, presents Mr. K.W. Eglington with a radio on behalf of the board members and staff. Mr. Eglington was farewelled at a large gathering last night to mark his retirement after 35 years as the board's managing-secretary."

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March 28, 1958
 
"Instructor and his Eager Pupils" - Ohakea

"Instructor and his Eager Pupils" - Ohakea

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 21 March 1958, page 6: "Seen in the Ohakea officers' mess yesterday after their arrival in the Hastings which brought Air Chief Marshal the Hon. Sir Ralph Cochrane are, from left: Lieutenant L. Williams of the R.N.Z.S.A.S., Squadron Leader R.D. Mullins, Commanding Officer of the Far East Air Force Parachute Training School at Changi, Singapore, and Major F. Rennie, Commander of the N.Z.S.A.S. Both of the New Zealanders will be jumping on March 29, during the Air Force Day celebrations."

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March 21, 1958
 
"Greeting a Distinguished Visitor" - at Ohakea

"Greeting a Distinguished Visitor" - at Ohakea

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 21 March 1958, page 6: "Posing on his arrival at Ohakea yesterday with the Chief of Air Staff (left), Air Vice Marshal C.E. Kay, Air Chief Marshal the Hon. Sir Ralph Cochrane is seen as he landed from the Royal Air Force Hastings which had brought him from Singapore. Right is Group Captain C.A. Turner, the Commanding Officer at Ohakea R.N.Z.A.F. Station."

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March 21, 1958
 
G. Wallace - New Zealand Record-Breaking Swim

G. Wallace - New Zealand Record-Breaking Swim

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 20 March 1958, page 12: "The highlight of the North Islands secondary schools' championships was the New Zealand record-breaking 100 yards breaststroke swim by the 13 year old Wanganui Technical College pupil, G. Wallace, who set the new national time of 78.9 sec to break his own junior record set in the New Zealand Championships."

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March 20, 1958
 
"Extracting the Secrets of Nature" - Seed Testing

"Extracting the Secrets of Nature" - Seed Testing

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 14 March 1958, page 4: "Intent on her task of conducting a test for true type in white clover, Mrs. J. Reid, a technical assistant at the Seed Testing Station, fails to notice the interest in her work taken by Cr. H. Bodell (right) as he listens to an explanation given by Mr. A.V. Lithgow, the officer in charge of the station."

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March 14, 1958
 
Three National Swimming Champions

Three National Swimming Champions

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 12 March 1958, page 8: "Pictured at an invitation swimming carnival, held in Palmerston North last night in conjunction with the New Zealand Summer Games are these three national swimming stars from Christchurch. They are, from left: C. McFadden, G. Dann. and G. McFadden."

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March 12, 1958
 
"Relaxing Before (Starting) Gun" - Marathon

"Relaxing Before (Starting) Gun" - Marathon

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 11 March 1958, page 6: "The United Kingdom High Commissioner in New Zealand (Sir George Mallaby) about to fire the shot that sent the first runner away in the 26-mile marathon early last evening. Here W. Kendall, who withdrew from the race at the 15-mile mark, is awaiting the starter's signal."

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March 11, 1958
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