queen's PRINTER AND CONTROLLER OF STATIONERY OTTAWA, 1964
Thursday, November 19, 1964
The house met at 2.30 p.m.
(Speaker of the Senate)
I have the honour to inform the house that the Clerk of the House has received from the chief electoral officer a certificate of the election and return of Max Saltsman, Esquire, for the electoral district of Waterloo South.
rise on a question of privilege, Mr. Speaker, and I am sure all members will agree with me that it is a proper question of privilege.
Lawrence Gibson of Carbon, Alberta, in the constituency of Bow River has just been named world wheat king at the age of 19. May I say that in the last ten years we in Alberta have made what amounts to almost a clean sweep of world records for No. 1 wheat: 1955, Robert Cochrane, Grande Prairie; 1956, William Deurloo, Granum; 1958; Miss Gail Adams, Drumheller; 1959, Douglas J. Mackintosh, Granum; 1961, Ralph Eardman, Lethbridge; 1962, F. W. Howarth, Taber; 1963, George Luco, Lethbridge; and this year Larry Gibson, Carbon.
I think this is a good advertisement for the great product of Canada, wheat, which has brought prosperity to this country.
Subtopic: MR. WOOLLIAMS-WINNER OF WORLD WHEAT CHAMPIONSHIP