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Friday, 30 October 1964

Senator PALTRIDGE - The point is that a request has been made and, as I understood from the honorable senator last night, it has been rejected.

Senator Cavanagh - I did not know that, nor did I say that it had been rejected. They have received nothing, but they have never had a fiat rejection. The Government said that the matter would toe considered in the 1962-63 Budget.

Senator PALTRIDGE - Apparently a request has been made, and just as apparently it has not been granted. The honorable senator is now asking, in effect, whether the Prime Minister will reconsider his decision not to comply with the request. I suggest that the honorable senator place the question on the notice paper, and in that way it will be brought to the attention of the Prime Minister.

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