NZ Deaf News: Summer 1965-66 (Vol. 3, No. 2)

Some of the items featured in the Summer 1965/66 Issue of ‘NZ Deaf News’ (Vol. 3, No. 2):

  • Club ‘Round-Up’ from Auckland Deaf Society, Christchurch Deaf Club, Dunedin Deaf Club, Hawkes Bay, Manawatu Deaf Club, Taranaki, Waikato and Wellington Deaf Society.
  • Christchurch Deaf Club forms a new Christchurch Deaf Drivers’ Car Rally Club.
  • The 1965 New Zealand Deaf Table Tennis Championships were held at the Mareanui School hall, Napier on October 23, with the next championships planned for Whangarei, a first for the town.
  • The Manawatu women’s basketball team continues to do well, with arrangements underway to get a men’s team going the next year.
  • Kelston reports on students who made its prize list for the year, and Sumner reports that its roll continues to increase with 125 the highest for some years.
  • Rossell McKenzie, a 24 year old deaf woman swimmer is voted second place in Canterbury’s first ‘Sportsperson of the Year’. She won a bronze medal at the World Deaf Games in Washington.
  • Christchurch Deaf Club reports on its official opening of the new clubrooms on Saturday 23 October. 300 guests attended its opening ceremony.

  1. Ada Schischka

  2. Barbara Hazelwood

  3. Bruce McHattie

  4. Gloria Faye

  5. Graeme Forrest

  6. Jane Kinnear

  7. Janet Watt

  8. John Hunt

  9. John McRae

  10. Kath Smith

  11. Laurie Schischka

  12. Malcolm Ward

  13. Maree Ward

  14. Marlene Rush

  15. Mary Johnson

  16. Pauline Sedon

  17. Raymond Jenkins

  18. Reg Leach

  19. Robert (Bob) Scott

  20. Rossell McKenzie

  21. Royce Flynn

  22. Stewart Smith

  23. Verna McRae

  24. Vernon Pope

Reference number DN1965-3-2-MJN