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Friday, 8 May 1970


Mr SPEAKER -Order! The honourable member is now giving information. He will ask his question.


Mr JARMAN - I Will rephrase it. Is the Deputy Prime Minister aware that at my daughter's school all children will be sent home at 11 a.m. today to avoid the risk of their travelling through the city this afternoon? Is he aware that, following an emotional address concerning the Vietnam Moratorium Campaign by the honourable member for Lalor on the Yarra Bank last

Sunday, a number of people marched on the United States Consulate in Melbourne smashing the windows of the Australian Security Intelligence Organisation on the way-


Mr SPEAKER -Order! I have informed the honourable member for Deakin already that he is giving information. 1 suggest that he now ask his question or resume his seat.


Mr JARMAN - I will ask my question. I ask the Deputy Prime Minister: Is this act of vandalism a clear example-


Mr Cope - I take a point of order, lt is the Acting Prime Minister, not the Deputy Prime Minister.


Mr SPEAKER -Order! No point of order arises.


Mr JARMAN - I ask the Acting Prime Minister: ls this act of vandalism a clear example of the kind of violence inherent in such an emotional protest as the Vietnam Moratorium? Will the Commonwealth Police-


Mr SPEAKER -Order! The honourable members question is far too long. This is the third occasion on which I have had to warn the honourable member. He will resume his seat.


Mr JARMAN - May I finish it? Will Commonwealth Police-


Mr SPEAKER -Order! The honourable member will resume bis seat.







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