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STATE AND SOLDIERS O.C. GISLORNE, day. The Kiwi group of the Gisborne Re. in.. Jervices' Association has decided to make represent; tions to th_ Government suggesting that a returned man building a house be given priority in materials and labour at least equal to that given for State houses and also that the Government be pressed to remit the sales tax on the materials used in any house built by a soldier. On the question of anplyinc the compulsory sections of the Soldiers' Settlement and Land Sales Act to transfers o, - it was agreed to put before the Dominion executive a proposal that anomalies be removed as between the transfers of farms and houses, and the association urged that the present sv c tem of priority rehabilitation finance for men from active war theatres be abolished and that all returned men be placed on the same footing with regard to rehabilitation benefits.

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HOUSING PRIORITY, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 183, 4 August 1945

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HOUSING PRIORITY Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 183, 4 August 1945

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