Mr. Graydon: They must have been a fleet
Mr. Coldwell: No. They were not jeeps.
Some were fine modern cars, including one fine maroon car which I am told the minister himself drove on one occasion to attend a political appointment. Who paid for the gas and upkeep of the ears? The people of Canada. But the political machine is so brazen in the province of Saskatchewan that it dared to do this sort of thing in the midst of a by-election. And so, when the minister talks about regimentation, let me remind the house that no other province in this dominion, at any time, has been regimented in poverty by a political machine to the _ extent that Saskatchewan w'as regimented during the depression years. Unless you were a member of the Libera] party or had a recommendation from that party you found it difficult to get relief work.
There are certain statements in the Hansard report to which I wish to refer because they reflect upon my activities as a member of this house and of the government.
At page 334 of Hansard the minister for Rosetown-Biggar-