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Get this medical!
plan straight I
"lyr A N Y of my ,
patients do not seem to realise that u they may join ANY j approved friendly so-
ciety, benefit society.
;i or lodge for the new
medical benefit scheme.
Should thev previously î have withdrawn from an ' organisation, it is not
necessary to reaffillate with that, society only.
Nor is It necessary to join within one's own sub-
t Another point which does X not seem clear Is that
they can receive treatment from any qualified medical
i practitioner within the, ? Commonwealth, and still ' claim reimbursement for
their fees on nroduction of that doctor's receipt.
murder has become
commonplace in Vic-
With the threat, of the hangman's noose removed, killers slav with renewed confidence and audacltv. The Government of this State is In duty bound to 2 protect the la\ -abiding » section of the community.
I It can best do this bv J allowing the law to take I its course where a mur y derer is concerned. All
that is needed Is a little courage! - ROY GOOD- WIN.
TF the lifting of im
p o r t restrictions would cause serious unemployment, despite protective tariffs, surety this Indicates alarming over - development of secondary Industries?
The existence of tariiïs indicates that, labor is
I being diverted from morer
to less productive Indus-j tries. ]
If Import restrictions or1' still higher tariffs are re-!; quired to maintain the]1 present level of secondary < Industry, then the com-] paratlve productivity of
our primary industries ?
must be very great in rela-
tion to secondary. !;
If this is the position, it;
wou'd require a great fnll,; In export prices to lower ¡> our living standard ass much as the fostering of]; uneconomic Industry docs. '
IAN H. LEYS (Mt,! Beckwith). ¡
T7*OR ten years magis-j
trates have cn-J deavored to adminis-j
ter justice under the wholly ? unjust Landlord and Ten-J ant Act... I
They have failed - not? being supermen-and it, Is; one more injustice that? they are blamed for having? done their duty. >
Let the Governments realise that the time iori restrictive wartime legis- * littion is long past, and< give owners back the? right to their own? property. ?
F. J. HOCKING (North- \ cote). |
Keep clear j
'THE Tramways Board j
should compel con- J ductors to enforce the? "No Standing in the Door.? ways" rule. J
Of what, use are the? posters Inside showing the? correct way to board and? alight from a tram if exits? are crowded with men. so? that one has to scramble? aboard and alight ns best?
one can? I
When there are vacnnt*
seats, they should be mndc? to occupy them. J
(Mrs.) D. GIBSON lEnst? St. Kilda). ?