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Thursday, 6 December 1973
Page: 4439


Mr SPEAKER -Order! Does the honourable member claim to have been misrepresented?


Mr SHERRY - Yes, I do.


Mr Lucock - Oh, not again.


Mr SHERRY - The Country Party kites and crows are flying high tonight. I claim to have been grossly misrepresented by the Leader of the Opposition (Mr Snedden). The right honourable gentleman earlier today complained about the content of a radio advertisement. This content in fact was based on facts provided and statements uttered by the Leader of the Opposition and therefore was unchallengeable. This was yet another excursion into fantasy by the right honourable gentleman.


Mr Katter - Mr Speaker, I raise a point of order. I would suggest that the honourable member is compounding the lie.


Mr SPEAKER


Mr Katter - He is just repeating the very thing to which the Leader of the Opposition objected.


Mr SHERRY - Do you want to read it.


Mr SPEAKER - Order! The honourable member for Kennedy has been here long enough to know that he cannot use such language in this House. There are other ways of expressing matters.







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