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Thursday, 24 September 1942
Page: 861

Mr CURTIN - Cabinet is at present considering a report on man-power problems. Among the important aspects dealt with is the fact that there are a number of bodies, including the Army, the Allied Works Council, the Department of Munitions, and the aircraft construction organization, to mention only a few, and the dairying industry, the sugar industry, and a number of other important rural industries, in all of which there is said to be a shortage of labour. The honorable gentleman's proposal for the better handling and disposition of our man-power resources will be given consideration.

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