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Friday, 29 April 1932


Dr Earle Page - The State Railways Commissioners are practically in a position like that of the general manager of the proposed broadcasting service. They are full-time officers, and are intimately associated with the actual administration and management of the concerns they control.


Mr Prowse - Does not a government appoint the railways commissioners of a State?


Mr Rosevear - Does the honorable member contend that a coherent policy can be followed by part-time commissioners with no insistence upon their attendances ?







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