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Tuesday, 20 November 1973
Page: 3567


Mr Wallis (GREY, SOUTH AUSTRALIA) asked the Minister for Defence, upon notice:

(1)   Do the Services recruiting offices utilise nonmetropolitan newspapers in advertising for Service recruits.

(2)   Are the advertisements limited to newspapers whose circulation reaches a certain figure; if so, what circulation must a newspaper reach before it is used for Service recruiting advertisments.


Mr Barnard - The answers to the honourable member's questions are as follows:

(1)   Yes.

(2)   No. Any newspaper is elegible provided it has an audited circulation or makes a statutory declaration of its nett paid circulation.

Snowy Mountains Council (Question No. 1015)


Mr MALCOLM FRASER (WANNON, VICTORIA) asked the Minister for

Minerals and Energy, upon notice:

(1)   Will he provide me with a copy of the minutes of the last four meetings of the Snowy Mountains Council.

(2)   If so, will he do so as a matter of urgency.


Mr Connor - The answer to the honourable member's question is as follows:

(1)   and (2) Yes. I have recently provided the honourable member with the papers requested.

Department of Defence: Interdepartmental Committees (Question No. 1059)


Mr Snedden asked the Minister for

Defence, upon notice:

Will he provide a list of the interdepartmental committees, which have been established since 2 December 1972, of which officers of his Department are members.


Mr Barnard - The answer to the honourable member's question is as follows:

No. On 20 September 1973, my colleague, the Prime Minister, informed the right honourable gentleman in reply to a question without notice about interdepartmental committees that, if he wished to know the composition and function of any particular interdepartmental committtee, and for what period of time it has been active, the Prime Minister would be happy to provide him with that information.

If the right honourable gentleman wishes to have information about a particular committee on which my Department is represented, I will assist him as far as possible having regard to the Prime Minister's answer to Question Nos 964 and 1057.

Department of the Navy: Interdepartmental Committees (Question No. 1060)


Mr Snedden asked the Minister for Navy, upon notice:

Willhe provide a list of the interdepartmental committees, which have been established since 2 December 1972, of which officers of his Department are members.


Mr Barnard - The answer to the honourable member's question is as follows:

No. On 20 September 1973, my colleague, the Prime Minister, informed the right honourable gentleman in reply to a question without notice about interdepartmental committees that, if he wished to know the composition and function of any particular interdepartmental committee, and for what period of time it had been active, the Prime Minister would be happy to provide him with that information.

If the right honourable gentleman wishes to have information about a particular committee on which my Department is represented, I will assist him as far as possible having regard to the Prime Minister's answer to Questions Nos 964 and 1057.

Department of the Army: Interdepartmental Committees (Question No. 1061)


Mr Snedden asked the Minister for the

Army, upon notice:

Will he provide a list of the interdepartmental committees, which have been established since 2 December, 1972, of which officers of his Department are members.


Mr Barnard - The answer to the honourable member's question is as follows:

No. On 20 September 1973, my colleague, the Prime Minister, informed the right honourable gentleman in reply to a question without notice about interdepartmental committees that, if he wished to know the composition and function of any particular interdepartmental committee, and for what period of time it had been active, the Prime Minister would be happy to provide him with that information.

If the right honourable gentleman wishes to have information about a particular committee on which my Department is represented, I will assist him as far as possible having regard to the Prime Minister's answer to Questions Nos 964 and 1057.







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