Que Que Junior School Teachers 1968. Back Row: Margaret McGrady; Jean Ullyett; Queenie Gilby; John Dillane; Nan Young; Barbara Sinclair; Mrs Bath; “Henry” Engelbrecht. Front row: ??; Nigel Roberts; ??; Paddy Bradley; Brian McGrady; Molly Wood; Mrs Armstrong; Garth Watson, groundsman; Rose Grant, seceretary. Spell Dictatorial Mrs. Bradley is a teacher I
Unbeatable Gillette Razor Blades Gillette, Wilkinson and Schick Right after Abe Menashe decided to devote himself to business, he met Phil Gordon, an American industrialist who had married an ex-girlfirend of Abe’s. He’d photographed her as a Meikles (department store) model. Phil said “Let’s do something together.
Ian Smith An Independent Rhodesian Abraham Menashe served on the council in Bulawayo for twelve years. He was mayor when Prime Minister Ian Smith made his disastrous unilateral declaration of independence (known as UDI) in November 1965. When Abe’s two year mayoral office was ending, one of Bulawayo’s
Springbok Chris Duckworth gets a Smile and a Handshake from the Queen A Good Sport The British introduced cricket to India in 1721, where it slowly but steadily gained universal popularity, in contrast to southern Africa, where it remained the preserve of English-speaking South Africans for well over a century.
Que Que High School Cadets. Foreground facing band Sergeant Major Colin Pittaway. Band Leader Green. First row L to R: Cecil Monks, Barry Kruger and Barry Erasmus. School Cadets School cadets was compulsory for older boys. They paraded on Wednesday afternoons on the field between the Gwelo and Gokwe roads.
Que Que Angling Society 1937 Fisherman’s Paradise Mr. George Venturas sold furniture, Jackson electric stoves and Electrolux and cold-spot refrigerators from his shop diagonally opposite the Menashe’s first store with the house in the back on First Avenue. He was the agent for Phillips, Pye, and Zenith radios.