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Shacklock, Lorna (c. 1923 - 1981)

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Born
c. 1923
Died
8 June 1981
Occupation
Interior decorator

Summary

Lorna Shacklock was a once only candidate for parliament: Liberal Party candidate, New South Wales Legislative Assembly, Illawarra, 1971. At the time of her candidacy, she was married with four children and had been actively involved in organizations in the Illawarra area. She was secretary of the Warilla Progress Association and the Shellharbour Youth and National Fitness Committee. She was active in the Warilla Public School Parents and Citizens Association, and a foundation member of the Warilla Ex-Servicemen's Club. Lorna Shacklock was a radar operator for the 2/18 and 2/3 Heavy Anti-Aircraft Batteries during World War II.

Sources used to compile this entry: Sydney Morning Herald 22 January 1971; Ephemera on NSW State and local elections, Box 3, Mitchell Library collection, State Library of NSW, Sydney.

Annette Alafaci

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