Mr. Chairman, I, too, have received information quite similar to that mentioned by the hon. member who has just taken his seat. I have in mind a young boy from my part of the country who went to England at the beginning of the war, and'has been in the Royal Air Force ever since. His parents have been very much alarmed about the situation because they have felt for a long time
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that their son, who was a capable boy with university training, should have been eligible for a commission. Owing, however, to the fact that he was in the R.A.F., all his appeals to the R.C.A.F. have been without avail. I thought if I brought this particular case to the minister's attention he might be able to give me some satisfaction to pass on to the parents.