NZ Deaf News: 1968 (Vol. 6, No. 1)

Some of the items featured in the 1968 Issue of ‘NZ Deaf News’ (Vol. 6, No. 1):

  • The annual subscription to the New Zealand Deaf News is 50 cents, due September each year.
  • Auckland has its own full-time Welfare Officer, or Social Worker. Trevor Fear’s new position is called ‘pioneering’ and could lead to the appointment of other Welfare Officers in other parts of New Zealand.
  • St Dominics provides an update on the students’ activities at the school, and its upcoming preparations for its Silver Jubilee in 1969! Kelston reports that it has been busy planning for a record intake of deaf youngsters during 1969 and 1970.
  • Results from the NZ Deaf Convention in Christchurch, with athletics, table tennis, badminton, basketball, bowls – with a picnic on the Sunday afterwards.
  • An extract from the NZ Women’s Weekly, with an article on John Keogh, a Deaf dress designer.

  1. Barbara Hazelwood

  2. Bruce McHattie

  3. Colin Goodhue

  4. Cyril Allen

  5. Daniel Beech

  6. Des Powell

  7. Gloria Fage

  8. Graham Mansell

  9. Irene Gordon

  10. John Hunt

  11. John Keogh

  12. John Mansell

  13. John McRae

  14. Kath Smith

  15. Keith Gordon

  16. Kevin Pivac

  17. Malcolm Ward

  18. Maree Ward

  19. Marlene Rush

  20. Noel Coventry

  21. Norman Norris

  22. Patty (Noeline) Still

  23. Polly Forman

  24. Ray Forman

  25. Robyn Crosbie

  26. Stewart Smith

  27. Sue Penman

  28. Suzanne Hanson

  29. Terry Bailey

  30. Tom Still

  31. Trevor Fear

  32. Wayne Bird

Reference number DN1968-6-1-MJN