§ Mr. Speaker
I have to acquaint the House that I have received a copy of a resolution passed by the Senate of Oklahoma with the concurrence of the House of Representatives, expressing their profound sorrow upon the death of Sir Winston Churchill. I will have this placed in the Library for inspection by hon. Members.
I have also received a message expressing sorrow and sympathy from the National Assembly of Togoland and its President, the text of which I will have printed in the OFFICIAL REPORT.
§ Following is the message:
§ à Monsieur le Speaker de la Chambre des Communes, Londres.
§ Deeply grieved at the announcement of the passing of the great statesman Sir Winston Churchill. I wish to offer, on my own behalf and that of the National Assembly of the Republic of Togo, our sorrowful condolences.2
§ The cruel loss suffered today by your country strikes an especially deep chord of sympathy in the Parliament of Togo.
§ Please accept, Mr. Speaker, this assurance of our great sadness.
§ B. LAMBONY,
§ President of the National Assembly of the Republic of Togo.