May 28, 1951 (21st Parliament, 4th Session)

LIB

James Hendrick Rooney

Liberal

Mr. J. H. Rooney (Si. Paul's):

Mr. Speaker, I rise on a question of privilege. May I congratulate you, sir, and the members of the parliamentary committee upon the prompt action that has been taken in rescinding the increase in the price of tea and coffee and allowing it to remain at five cents. The numerous letters and phone calls I have received prompt me to take this action. I speak, too, on behalf of those hundreds who would like to shake your hand and to say, "Sir, we thank you."

Topic:   INCREASE IN PRICES IN CAFETERIA-TEA AND COFFEE TO REMAIN AT FORMER PRICE
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