May 24, 1950 (21st Parliament, 2nd Session)

PC

Donald Methuen Fleming

Progressive Conservative

Mr. Fleming:

I shall try to be brief about it. The article in the Globe and Mail states:
All Mr. Wieler's personal mail including his pay cheques are returned to the dead letter office.
The executive of the club has assured the post office in writing that no further infractions of regulations will take place.
Chief constable Russell Spanton said the Leaside police department had sanctioned the draw each year. "It is an understood matter," the chief said.
A draw is an illegal lottery if the prizes offered individually exceed $50, Inspector Albert Lee, head of the Toronto police morality squad, said yesterday.
The Minister of Agriculture has raised a point. He said: If this is illegal, how can you draw-

Topic:   POST OFFICE
Subtopic:   DENIAL OF THE USE OF MAILS
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