Before he finishes my point, and we are just about through, I think the case that I discussed would indicate that it is a real handicap for the staff of the Postmaster General to have to go through the procedure that I outlined that prevailed ten years ago, and that outlined by the hon. member for Winnipeg North, which indicates it still prevails. My case briefly was that the inspector made a decision on the spot, and after seventeen letters were written by a very prominent public servant here in Ottawa, the decision
made by the inspector was finally maintained. In the year 1953 I think the Postmaster General should agree to give the responsible people in the field the right to make the decision, to canvass the Legion and local organizations that have the information rather than to ask Mr. Barrie to travel 70 miles back and forth and burn up all the energy he had to burn up and make so many bad friends.