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That, sir, is a fine banner
Title : That, sir, is a fine banner That, sir, is a fine banner
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Source : Southern cross, 5 May 1967, p. 1
Place Of Creation : Adelaide
Publisher : Southern Cross Newspaper
Date of creation : 1967
Format : Newspaper
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Front page of The Southern Cross Newspaper with two photos of the yes for Aboriginal rights campaign. Joe McGuiness holds a banner reading "Australia's Catholic Bishops say yes," during rally at Norwood Oval, and a deputation meets with Catholic Archbishop Beovich, who said that he and the heads of other churches had agreed to do all they could to encourage Australians to vote 'Yes' for the aboriginal rights referendum on May 27.

Related names :

Agius, J.
Agius, Kathleen
Beovich, Matthew
Cooper, M.
Ellison, A. H.
Federal Council for the Advancement of Aborigines and Torres Strait Islanders
Grzybowicz, N.
Kerr, Nicholas
McGuiness, Joe
Wilson, N.

Coverage year : 1967
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