Mr. M. J. COLD WELL (Rosetown-Biggar):
Since the leader of the opposition has referred to the chairman of the delegation at New York I should like to associate myself with his remarks in that regard. Canada and the Canadian delegation were fortunate indeed in having the present Secretary of State for External Affairs as chairman of the delegation. As he said, we met every morning, and while sometimes we did not see eye to eye with him in every particular, through his ability h* was always more or less able to bring us together to present something of a united front. I think that was a great tribute, both to the chairman and to all of the members of the delegation. I should like to associate myself with the leader of the opposition in paying this brief tribute to the work of the chairman.
Topic: UNITED NATIONS
Subtopic: REPORT ON SECOND PART OP FIRST SESSION OF GENERAL ASSEMBLY