Thursday Throwbacks ~ it's July 1972 time By Dawn RasmussenJune 5, 2014, 2 a.m.Tweet Print Story In July 1972, Ruth and Ken Bottomley welcomed Kymberley Jane at Stanistreet House under the good care of Dr McGregor. Bruce Claridge celebrated his 21st Birthday, and someone lost their tan and white Foxie and he is dearly missed. Thursday Throwbacks ~ it's July 1972 time Matron Elizabeth Mantsane Sibidla of Lesotho and Dr Soejoto of Indonesia inspecting respiratory equipment with the acting deputy matron of Bendigo Base Hospital Sister RC Gardiner.Two large cases of good arrived from Hong Kong for the Loong 100 committee. There were two large drums, a gong, and a lot of ceremonial clothes for wearers of the dragon's legs.A new police siren was given a blast by Snr Constable L Fallon of Bendigo and Senior Constable N McKenzie of the highway patrol in Melbourne. Margaret Fehring, the voice of the CIB in Bendigo Bendigonian Ronald Farren Price is the first Australian pianist to be invited to Russia to give recitals.Bendigo table tennis players won premiership pennants: Doug Murley, Rod Woodman and Basil HeslopGlen Wethling of White Hlills helps stack the books for the Bendigo Special School's Art display.Castlemaine HIgh School teacher, Miss Helen Davies shows the finer art of Lacrosse to students Sandra Caddy, Rosemary Butler, Jenny Carey and Heather Bassett. Bendigo Philatelic Society secretary, Mr John Martin, shows off these stamps that were on show at the fair.Kangaroo Flat Tech School student John McLennon is about to give his mate Tim Doyle a flying start in a trial for the go- cart races.Mr and Mrs William Hall as they are about to cut the cake. The bride is the former Robyn Duscher.Heather Robbins made her gown of white crystal crepe, when she married John Jackson.Raising funds for Bethlehem are Mrs F Chalkley, Mrs T Gallagher, Mrs A Browell and Mrs A Craig with Sister Batista.Castlemaine Tech senior students, Danny Manus, John Birney, Gary Pethybridge and Derek Walter work in the electrical lab.Tim and Janice are pictured at the controls of the French Concorde when it visited Tullamarine airport.Waiting their turn at Neangar are Gerry Gelly, Vic White, Ron Storey and Bob Thomas.Mr Stan Paynter retired from his 50 years as a potter in BendigoEight year old Girton student Diane Pollard gets tips on dancing from the NSW Dance Company's Wendy Thompson.Father and daughter team Mr RL Campbell and Mrs Lynn Hyland work together for the Spastic Society.Three fashion -conscious little misses sisters Lorinda, Marita and Kasey, were christened at St Jude's Church of England Cal Gully.Janet Barton was the belle of the Sandhurst Football Club Ball.Bendigo baseballers Rob Court( Catcher) and Brendan Edwards (Batter) play baseball at the showgrounds.Jockey Paul Mallia was very happy to have his license re-issued by the VRCFormer Bendigo HIgh School student Mr Keith Ryall graduated from Monash University with a Bachelor of Education degree.Castlemaine Junior Tech School student Neil Fettling in the art class room. Mr Brian Leed from Bendigo Lions congratulated Leo Club members Geoff Court and Ian Mayo.Students at Campbell's Creek Primary School work on the garden projectSandhurst Auxiannes, Mrs Hayes and Mrs Campbell, present a wheelchair to the Red Cross, accepted by Mrs Shellam.Golden Square Bowling Club Associates executive Mrs J Wilson, Mrs J Knipe and Mrs SO Wilson.A bit of a scrum at the Rugby matched played at the North Bendigo Footy oval.Tragowel farmer Mr George Jobling has a chat to the cattle stores supervisor Mr Bob NicholsTrying to beat the cold in Quarry Hill are Russell Howard, Jackie Howard and sisters Judy and Helen Gundry.Miss Australia Gay Walker gets a hug from a Bendigo boy at the Spastic CentreTweetFacebook of ╳exitIt's July 1972 There's been unrest on the education front as cuts to further education were announced, the Commonwealth Minister for works made a major announcement about a $1.794 million contract to build a telecommunications centre in Bendigo and there's a petrol supply crisis as AMWU maintenance workers try to outstare the industry.