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Tuesday, 18 April 1961


Mr Malcolm Fraser (WANNON, VICTORIA) - Is the

Postmaster-General aware of the habit of manufacturers of film of supplying to the purchaser of film a packet in which the film is to be returned by mail for processing? Does he know that the purchaser must enter his name and address on the place provided on the packet, and that apparently confusion is caused while such packages are being handled in the post, with the result that undeveloped films are often returned to the users, because mail sorting staff cannot decipher, due to the position of the sender's address on the package, which is the correct destination intended? Will the Postmaster-General ask the department to confer with film manufacturers with a view to having the packet improved in design so as to avoid this confusion?







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