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Tuesday, 21 August 1984
Page: 29


Senator WALTERS —I join in the condolences very briefly because I do not believe I can add to what has already been said. When I first came to the Parliament as a new back bencher I appreciated very much the friendship that Sir Phillip Lynch gave me. When one met him in the corridors and had a query he would always stop to chat. He never seemed to be in too much of a hurry to chat to one of the new back benchers. It was appreciated by all of us, I know. I do not believe I can add any more to what has already been said. Those who read Hansard will understand he was a very popular member of this Parliament; indeed he was respected by every member of both chambers.

Question resolved in the affirmative.