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Adelaide Mail (Newspaper) - March 22, 1952, Adelaide, South Australia
National Library of Australia Man Hotd at Honolulu tells full Story. Guards near even at dinner table continued from Page 1. Melbourne Sot in an exclusive interview tonight or. Herbert Maley High Taa official told the full Story of How he was held for 13 Days in Honolulu by us migration authorities. Here is or. Maley o Story i left Sydney by Bopa aircraft on saturday february 16, with Taa co Delegate or. Arthur win Dover. We arrived at Honolulu at about 3 . That Day. I lined up with the other passengers before the customs Barrier. My passport and visa were inspected then i was told to wait in a Small room. Nothing happened for a Long time so i asked a customs official Why i was being detained. He said i was wanted at migration Headquarters for questioning. At 5.30 . Two migration officials visited me. One was migration inspector Morse. He warned me that i must not attempt to communicate with anybody. I was taken by car to migration Headquarters. Was guarded at Headquarters i was told to sit on a chair. A guard sat beside me. After 6 . I was taken to Morse s office where he was joined by two others. One was introduced As inspector Provine the name of the other Man was not Given. He sat in the background and looked fierce. Morse said they wanted me to answer questions on oath. I took the oath. I was asked a Long series of personal questions my parentage whether i had relatives in Usa England Canada and so on. I refused to answer questions on my political beliefs. I said i was entitled to keep them to myself. I said they could Check on me at the us consulate Melbourne which would not have issued me with a visa if i were dangerous. Close search they said they would Check in Melbourne that would be easy because America has an efficient espionage service in Australia. I produced Taa Docu ments proving i was on my Way to the con Vair con Ference. They searched my lug Gage thoroughly and examined me minutely. At no stage did they Tell me what they were searching for. I told Morse i had to be at san Diego by february 19 if there was to be a longer delay i would pre Fer to go Back Home. Morse said he could not permit me to proceed until the inquiries were completed. He said i might be detained for 28 Days. The questioning lasted two hours. I was then Given dinner with the guard at my Side. The men s quarters were crowded i was bedded Down in the women s Section. A guard slept the night in the other bed in the room. Or. Windover was Al Lowed to Fly on to America. Quarters locked during the 13 Days i was held i was not allowed outside a 10-ft. High barbed wire topped Wall. I was the Only White among about 70 chinese filipinos and japanese. We had to Rise at 5 . Sweep out and tidy our rooms. Breakfast was at 6 . Our sleeping quarters were locked All Day. We were allowed Only in the exercise Yards except for half hour Breaks for meals until 6.30 ., when we were again taken to our quarters. The lights were turned out at 9 . On the monday pro Vine asked me to sign a four Page transcript Cov ering the questioning. I signed. He gave me a statement signed by him saying that l had been temporarily refused admission to the Usa and would remain in detention until future notice. Any attempt to communicate with any body might mean a civil action against me. I was allowed to write a censored letter to my wife. It reached her three weeks later a week after i had returned. On monday afternoon i was photographed fingerprinted weighed Meas ured. During the week i asked the guards if there was a British Consul in Honolulu. They were reluctant to speak to in mates but they told me there was not. I happened to read Honolulu paper with a re cons11? Lac abut the British More requests on the Friday i decided to make an Issue of my position. I asked to be taken to Morse or Provine. I found it was a Public Al soft to had to wait until monday for the inter View. I told Provine there was no longer any Nee for me to go to America and that i wanted to go Home. At his request i applied in writing. That afternoon at my request. I Morse. He said the Melbourne in formation had just been received and would have to be sent to Washington for decision. I then said that if i were detained any Longeri would want to see the British Consul. From that moment his attitude altered. He asked me if i had enough to eat and to read. On thursday he in formed me that washing ton had said i could go Home. Flew Home a guard took me to the Airport at 11 . Friday night. I was held in a Small room away from the Public until 2 . Satur Day. Then i was taken to the Barrier by the guard handed Over to a customs official who put me on the plane. I was the last one on. The plane door was locked and the Craft flew away or. Maley said he recognised the right of a foreign country to decide who should enter its Borders. But he was sorry the methods adopted at Hono Lulu had Cost his employers so much Money in useless air fares and wasted so much of his own time. Hmm mems he s got one title and tonight hell be after another. He s Tommy Mcgovern 28-year-old British lightweight boxing Champion who tonight will fight european Champion Jorgen Johansen of Denmark for the european title. The fight will be held in Copenhagen. I j St fight l from a banker s diary no. I monday or. We Mem exporter called to enquire about markets Over seas for some local products $e3$zzkms3ebsi6f$&w2& my Mumm Mem Mem Folb �b3hhhh wmjsfa.,. \ $3mmmmm&b&bmwmmmmmmmmasibl the Case of the enterprising exporter helping australians to sell their products abroad is part of our daily work at the Wales. So i arranged for the exporter to see one of our commercial relations officers who put him in touch with foreign buyers through Banks in other countries which act As our agents. Result a Sale which pleased buyer and seller and which ensured continued work for australian producers and their employees. Or att a you too should consult and Bank of new South Wales first Bank in Australia in new so til wai.f8 with my tk0ability my before you buy u javelin am i Emma my a a my Moss ii a Wmma. Tel a Mem a my Al Mem beb in i ?35m.p.g.norebores ? seats six in Comfort Price �1,010 plus tax a demonstration drive in a javelin is your Only Way to truly appreciate that javelin incorporates All the worthwhile modern features found in other cars. A few for immediate delivery ?iilvi5fli Jill 430-434 King William St. Adelaide c3696 .?.? Man of radio s most interesting talks now appear in radio Call and give you each week a permanent record of Wise words to which you Wilt often wish to refer. 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