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The Gisborne Photo News



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Hundreds of Gisborne children spent a recent Saturday morning chasing leaflets dropped by a helicopter over the reserves and parks of the city. More than 6000 leaflets were dropped, some of which gained their lucky finders free travel prizes from N.A.C. In this picture, taken from the helicopter, children are seen chasing the elusive pieces of paper across the Childers Road Reserve.


A Matawai housewife, Mrs N. Choveaux, recently won a refrigerator in the Auckland area competitions of Four Square's "Split the Quid" contest. Mrs Choveaux is pictured with the Hustler family, of Matawai, from whose store she purchased the winning cards, and Four Square officials. From left: Mr W. Edwards, chairman of the Poverty Bay Four Square grocers, Mr C. Hustler, Mr J. Tinning, manager of Gisborne branch of Foodstuffs, Miss Hustler, Mrs Choveaux, and Mrs Hustler.
(Picture by Eastland Photographers).