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Wednesday, 26 November 1941


Mr DRAKEFORD (MARIBYRNONG, VICTORIA) (Minister for Air) - On the 29th October, the honorable member for Griffith (Mr. 'Conelan) asked the Minister for the Army, without notice, whether he would take steps to discover what happened to a new bomb-aiming device which had been submitted to the Minister's predecessor about fourteen months previously. The question was referred to me for consideration as a matter coming under my administration. There is no record in the Department of Air of this matter having been referred to air force head-quarters. Further inquiries are proceeding, however, and, in the meantime,

I have communicated with the inventor, Mr. M. E. Duggan, of Wynnum, Queensland, asking him to submit his suggestion, with relevant details, and when they are received they will be fully investigated.







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