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Thursday, 17 March 1966


Mr NICHOLLS (BONYTHON, SOUTH AUSTRALIA) - My question is addressed to the Prime Minister. In view of the dismal failure of the Government's $1,600,000 a year advertising campaign for recruitment and the obvious need for substantial increases in rates of pay, benefits and allowances to service personnel and their dependants, will the Government give consideration to diverting this huge sum of money now being spent in advertising from the pockets of the Press barons into the pockets of the servicemen who volunteer to sacrifice their lives in defence of their country? Further, will the Government call upon the proprietors of newspapers and television and radio stations to volunteer to sacrifice free advertising space for the Government's recruiting campaign?







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