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IN THE NUDE

NEW SYDNEY LEAGUE EXERCISES TO KEEP WARM °- C - SYDNEY, July 25. Sydney nudists, at a secret meeting attended by 26 men and 10 women, launched the New South Wales Health and Sunbathing League and decided to hold their first meeting in the nude in a city hall on the night of August 3. A soldier nudist will direct physical culture exercises to enable members to keep warm. The nudists will meet fortnightly in the city hall until the end o> the winter, by which time they hope to nave acquired an isolated rendezvous in the bush near Sydney. The meeting decided that married and unmarried couples, families, single girls, and single men should be eligible for membership, on the basis that there was never a preponderance of males. Annual membership fees are £2 2/ for couples, £2 2/ for single men. and £1 1/ for single women. Rules laid down were: "(1) Ladies and gentlemen shall conduct themselves as such. "(2) No intoxicating liquor shall be taken to nudist meetings. "(3) Only nudists, and not seminudists, shall be admitted to membership. "(4) Photographs shall be taken only with the permission of the subject, and developed and printed only by a member of the league. "(5) Discussion on all topics shall be permitted, but no member shall use the league to propagate any aim or belief."

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IN THE NUDE, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 176, 27 July 1945

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IN THE NUDE Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 176, 27 July 1945

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