Swancon 17 – Westrek and JAFWA

The SwanCon 17 July 1991 progress report has two unnumbered pages between pages 8 and 9. The first of these is a full page advert for the WA Star Trek Fan Club – Westrek (probably not going any more), while the second is a full page advert for JAFWA (Japanese Anime Fans of Western Australia – still going somewhere last I heard)

While as ever, we the transcribers are committed to faithfully transcribing all the typos we can bring ourselves to duplicate, there is no such dedication to replicating idiosyncratic layouts from before the dawn of HTML formatting. Ditto replicating out of date phone numbers and opening hours.


The first page is in a box, with a logo of the TOS enterprise above the outline of a map of Western Australia in the top left.

WESTREK
P.O. Box XXX, Bentley 6102, W.A.

IF YOU ENJOY

STAR TREK

In its various forms then Westrek is the club for you.

We meet at the Lapidary and Rock Hunting Hall, 31-25 Gladstone Road Riverdale on the last Friday of every month. The Meeting starts at 8:00pm.

A $2.00 door fee for non-members is charged, to help cover refreshment and hall costs. Door prizes can be won every month.

EVERYONE WELCOME!


For more Information
Call Ray Raspa on XXX XXXX
or write to us at PO Box XXX, Bentley WA 6102


The other page had no box around it but a large picture from the Dirty Pair Anime left centre, and bottom right several characters from Ranma 1/2 (Gemma, P-chan and Shampoo in their animal forms)

JAFWA Presents

ANIME NIGHTS

JAPANESE ANIMATION

TITLES SCREENED:
DIRTY PAIR
MEGAZONE 23
MAISON IKKOKU
GALL FORCE
ORANGE ROAD
CRYING FREEMAN
BUBBLEGUM CRISIS
OUTLANDERS
URUSIE[sic] YATSURA
RANMA 1/2
AKIRA

Saturdays X:XXpm to X:XXpm
XX Brampton Road, Wembly Downs
Phone Tom on XXX-XXXX*


*This is not where JAFWA is now. A google is likely to give you current location better than a post that may go out of date. So if that link doesn’t work please google.

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