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Wednesday, 10 May 1961

Mr SPEAKER - Order! I ask the honorable member for St. George to resume his seat. I must request the House to come to order. There is far too much audible conversation and far too many interjections. If question-time is to be worth while honorable members must respect the Standing Orders. I again call the honorable member for St. George.

Mr CLAY - Does the PostmasterGeneral know of any device which would prevent interference with television reception if fitted to the engines of aircraft which flylow over the homes of residents close to airports? If he does, will he seek the cooperation of his colleague in another place, the Minister for Civil Aviation, to have such a device fitted to all large aircraft using the airports at Australian cities? If no such device exists, will the PostmasterGeneral consider reducing the licence-fee of television viewers who live near airports?

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