July 6, 1955 (22nd Parliament, 2nd Session)

PC

William Marvin Howe

Progressive Conservative

Mr. W. M. Howe (Wellington-Huron):

Mr. Speaker, having a feeling of solicitude for those not quite so fortunate as we are, having heard the hon. member for Digby-An-napolis-Kings (Mr. Nowlan) intimate the other day that this debate would carry on until the snow flew in the fall, and having noticed that some hon. members opposite are considerably irked by the heat, I thought I might refer to an article which appeared in the Globe and Mail of July 5 entitled "Advice from MOH". It goes on to say:
Here is what to do when mercury high.
There are quite a number of suggestions in this article, and if hon. members do not wish to hear them probably I might call it six o'clock.

Topic:   DEFENCE PRODUCTION ACT
Subtopic:   AMENDMENTS RESPECTING SALARY OF MINISTER AND EXPIRY OF ACT
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