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"Another Step Forward" Secondary School Enrollment at Queen Elizabeth Technical School

"Another Step Forward" Secondary School Enrollment at Queen Elizabeth Technical School

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 1 February, 1964. "It is an important step which these two girls are taking--enrolling for secondary school. See here at the Queen Elizabeth Technical School yesterday, J. Arndt (left) and S. Gardener, with Mrs A. L. Arndt."

 
"To Supervise Installation of Presses"

"To Supervise Installation of Presses"

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 1 February, 1964. "Mr P. N. Crabtree (left), joint manager director of Hoe Crabtree and Coy., Ltd., Leeds, England, and Mr R. Weberstadt, director of R. Hoe and Coy., Ltd., London, who have arrived in New Zealand in connection with the installation of printing presses and other equipment supplied to newspapers. The "Manawatu Standard" is printed on a modern, three double-unit Hoe Crabtree press."

 
"A View from the Top" Bank of New Zealand Building

"A View from the Top" Bank of New Zealand Building

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 1 February, 1964. "These two workmen on the narrow ledge on top of the Bank of New Zealand building at the corner of the Square and Rangitikei Street take a breather from their demolition work. The top is being lowered by several feet. The two, Mr A. Morris (left) and Mr R. S. Stevens, have a head for heights--especially as the view they have over the edge is that seen in the lower picture."

 
"Change of Agriculture Heads" Mr. A.C. Burgess

"Change of Agriculture Heads" Mr. A.C. Burgess

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 1 February, 1964. "The office of fields superintendent of the Department of Agriculture at Palmerston North has been changed in personnel with the retirement of Mr A. Stuart and the promotion to that position of Mr A. C. Burgess, both of whom are well known throughout New Zealand." This is Mr Burgess.

 
"Change of Agricultural Heads" Fields Superintendent of the Department of Agriculture Mr. A. Stuart

"Change of Agricultural Heads" Fields Superintendent of the Department of Agriculture Mr. A. Stuart

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 1 February, 1964. "The office of fields superintendent of the Department of Agriculture at Palmerston North has been changed in personnel with the retirement of Mr A. Stuart and the promotion to that position of Mr A. C. Burgess, both of whom are well known throughout New Zealand." This is Mr Stuart.

 
"Installed President of Veterinarians"

"Installed President of Veterinarians"

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 31 January, 1964. "Mr G. F. Sommerville, of Feilding, recieves the chain of office as the new president of the New Zealand Veterinarians' Association from the retiring president, Dr M. B. Buddie, at the annual meeting of the association at Massey University of Manawatu."

 
"Marvellous to be Adopted by Another Country"

"Marvellous to be Adopted by Another Country"

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 29 January, 1964. " "It is marvellous to be adopted by another country," the Russian-born and British by adoption Miss O. Uvarov told the "Manawatu Evening Standard' at the New Zealand Veterinary Association's cocktail party on Monday evening. ..." See paper for the rest of the story.

 
"Attending Veterinary Dinner"

"Attending Veterinary Dinner"

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 30 January, 1964. "Many prominent personages were among the 210 guests attending the New Zealand Veterinary Association's dinner last evening at Massey University. ... In the lower photograph are Professor J. W. McLean, of Lincoln College; Mrs G. J. Thompson (Wellington): and Mr V. G. Cole, veterinary surgeon from Australia." See also: 2017N_2017-20_018418

 
"Trustees of Flock House Scheme"

"Trustees of Flock House Scheme"

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 30 January, 1964. "Yesterday Andrew Spriggs, of Newbury, England, became the first British Boy to attend Flock house under the new Major T. H. And F. W. Ivey Trust. And pictured here are the four trustees who will see to his welfare during his year-long stay there. From the left, they are Mr L. H. Spencer (representing the Palmerston North High Schools' Board of Governors), Mr F. J. Melhuiah, a former Flock House trainee; Mrs F. Bushby (Marton), also a former student at Flock House, and Mr B. Plimmer (representing Federated Farmers)."

 
"Two Champions" Manawatu Swimming Championships

"Two Champions" Manawatu Swimming Championships

This image was not published in The Manawatu Evening Standard, taken on 30 January, 1964. [Miss V. Haddon (left) and Miss V. Toye (right) dive in the water at the Manawatu championships at the Municipal Baths.] See also: 2017N_2017-20_018414 (published) and 2017N_2017-20_018415

 
"Two Champions" Manawatu Championships

"Two Champions" Manawatu Championships

This image was not published in The Manawatu Evening Standard, taken on 30 January, 1964. [Miss V. Haddon (left) and Miss V. Toye (right) in the water at the Manawatu championships at the Municipal Baths.] See also: 2017N_2017-20_018414 (published) and 2017N_2017-20_018416

 
"Two Champions" Manawatu Championships

"Two Champions" Manawatu Championships

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 30 January, 1964. "Miss V. Toye (right), swimming in the Manawatu championships at the Municipal Baths last night, took 13sec off her last year's time for the junior girls' 220 yards backstroke, in the new record time of 2min 45.5sec. Miss V. Haddon (left) failed to break her new Zealand record for 100 yards breaststroke, being 3.5sec outside her record." See also: 2017N_2017-20_018415 and 2017N_2017-20_018416

 
"Faulty Lights or Did Someone Stall"

"Faulty Lights or Did Someone Stall"

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 31 January, 1964. "Several drivers in this queue at the traffic lights at the intersection of Featherston and Rangitikei Street this week were certain that the lights were not working properly, causing the traffic to bank up like this. However, this week the City Council officials carried out its three-monthly check on the lights and they found nothing wrong. Could it have been that someone in the head of the queue had stalled?"

 
"Premature Unloading" Loose Load Drops onto Road

"Premature Unloading" Loose Load Drops onto Road

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 30 January, 1964. "Nine sacks of wheat were left behind, unknown to the driver of the truck (seen here continuing down Church Street), on Tuesday afternoon near the corner opposite the Grand Hotel. The driver was soon told of his misadventures." The image was cropped and flipped for publication.

 
"Mr. Hoare Goes Up in the World" Painting the Chimney at Carbonic Ice Ltd.

"Mr. Hoare Goes Up in the World" Painting the Chimney at Carbonic Ice Ltd.

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 29 January, 1964. "From an earth-bound plant operator to a steeplejack is a big jump in one day, but it did not seem to worry Mr M. Hoare, an employee of Carbonic Ice, Ltd. In Tremaine Avenue. Mr Hoare went up 90 ft to paint a chimney above the factory. Asked what he thought of the job, Mr Hoare said: "All right. The bucket sways about 18 inches each way in the wind, but you soon get used to it." Mr Hoare is seen here up the chimney and in the "bucket" which lifts him up to his work." This is the second image. See also: 2017N_2017-20_018406

 
"Mr Hoare Goes up in the World" Painting the Carbonic Ice Ltd. Chimney

"Mr Hoare Goes up in the World" Painting the Carbonic Ice Ltd. Chimney

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 29 January, 1964. "From an earth-bound plant operator to a steeplejack is a big jump in one day, but it did not seem to worry Mr M. Hoare, an employee of Carbonic Ice, Ltd. In Tremaine Avenue. Mr Hoare went up 90 ft to paint a chimney above the factory. Asked what he thought of the job, Mr Hoare said: "All right. The bucket sways about 18 inches each way in the wind, but you soon get used to it." Mr Hoare is seen here up the chimney and in the "bucket" which lifts him up to his work." This is the first image. See also: 2017N_2017-20_018407

 
""Plaque Unveiled on Foxton Cottages"

""Plaque Unveiled on Foxton Cottages"

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 29 January, 1964. "The Minister of Housing (Mr Rae) officially opened the Podmore pensioner cottages in Foxton yesterday. He is seen standing here unveiling the plaque, with Mrs Podmore looking on." See also: 2017N_2017-20_018404

 
"Block of Pensioner Flats at Foxton" Exterior View

"Block of Pensioner Flats at Foxton" Exterior View

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 29 January, 1964. "This attractive row of cottages is the second block of pensioner flats to be built in Foxton. The unit of six has been named after the late Mr H. H. Podmore, the Mayor of Foxton from 1945-1956. Each flat is fully self-contained." See also: 2017N_2017-20_018403, 2017N_2017-20_018402

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