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Thursday, 23 March 1961


Mr DAVIDSON - Since the Post Office display opened in King's Hall in this Parliament building last April, I think, it has been to about seventeen places in Queensland and New South Wales. The exhibit is attracting a great deal of interest and, consequently, it is necessary to present it for a minimum of three days in each place visited. Naturally, the display of the exhibit involves spending a considerable time in packing, unpacking, setting up and so on, so its progress may seem to some people to be a little slow. The exhibit is performing a very good public relations function. I understand that it is at present at Wagga Wagga, whence it will proceed to Albury and later to Victoria. Beyond that we have no definite plan for its movement, but it rs intended that it will be shown in all States in turn. If I can find out exactly when it is likely to be in Western Australia I shall let the honorable member know.







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