July 30, 1942 (19th Parliament, 3rd Session)

LIB

Harry Raymond Fleming

Liberal

Mr. FLEMING:

In this matter there was no political connection whatever, and I think that is well known to the hon. member. He should not bring these things up without properly investigating them. I live in the area in question and know personally the whole situation. If he would go a little further afield, he will see that it is only within a matter of weeks that I recommended one of his political supporters as a mail carrier.

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