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Thursday, 14 September 1972
Page: 1424


Sir JOHN CRAMER (Bennelong) - I do not propose to take vew much of the time of the House because I think the occasion does not justify it. The details of the scheme have already been explained to the House and I do not want to spend a great deal of time on it. I do not want to over-emphasise it so far as you are concerned, Mr Speaker, because whilst you have been concentrating upon old people and their troubles, I understand on good authority that you have just become a grandfather. So you must be concentrating in your mind on very young people at the present time. I am sure the House congratulates you.







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