Mr. M. J. Coldwell (Roselown-Biggar):
I rise on a question of privilege, Mr. Speaker. The house will be pleased to know that once again an unique distinction has been conferred upon the constituency of Rosetown-Biggar by one of its farm residents, Mr. Albert Kessel, of Valley Centre, who not only won the silver cup for the northwest championship for his grain, but last week was awarded the world championship for his rye at the annual Royal Winter fair in Toronto. I should add that last year, Mr. Kessel won a championship ribbon and first prize for a sheaf of wheat, and a first for oats at the same winter fair.
I might say also that in 1947 Mr. Albert Robbins of Laura, in the constituency of Rosetown-Biggar, won the grand prize for oats and in 1948 a reserve championship for an exhibit of barley at the Royal Winter fair. I am sure all hon. members will join with me in congratulating these Saskatchewan farmers for their successful efforts to improve the products of the Canadian grain growing industry.
Subtopic: PRIZE WINNERS AT TORONTO WINTER FAIR