|Title||Alf Hales Speech, 1963|
|Year Range from||1963|
|Year Range to||1963|
Yellowish paper with black print. THe front cover has a double lined black border, broken into a smaller top section, and a large bottom section by another double black line. The top section has: "CANADA" in plain font, "House of Commons Debates" in a gothic font, and "OFFICIAL REPORT" again in plain. The bottom section is all in plain print, in slightly varying sizes: "SPEECH of ALF. HALES, M.P. MEMBER FOR WELLINGTON SOUTH on The Legislation Setting up Designated or Distresed Areas in Canada DELIVERED IN THE HOUSE OF COMMONS ON OCTOBER 3, 1963. Beneath the border, on the left is "71927-8" and in the centre "(This reprint was paid by A.D. Hales, M.P.)" The inside two pages, and the back cover all contain Hale's speech in plain black print. On the back cover the printing stops a little over half way down the page, and is ended by a thin black line. Below this line is "ROGER DUHAMEL, F.R.S.C., Queen's Printer and Controller of Stationary, Ottawa, 1963.
Hales, Alfred Dryden
Progressive Conservative Party
GOVERNMENT - FEDERAL
|Dimensions||Cover, Paper - 9.84/6.49 - Length/Width|