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Wednesday, 3 June 1942


Mr BEASLEY (West Sydney) (Minister for Supply and Development) - The clause under consideration has to deal with the employment of permanent officers. From time to time, the commission will, no doubt, employ various other persons to perform special work, but they will not be covered by this provision. The commission may, for instance, employ carpenters or plumbers or paperhangers, and it may employ monitors with special qualifications in particular languages, but it will not employ them permanently. In this clause, it is sought to place the permanent organization of the commission beyond doubt insofar as the outlook and sympathies of the personnel are concerned. Such other persons as may be employed from time to time will be restricted to particular duties, and will, if necessary, be kept under observation.







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