Mail falls into three main divisions given in order of importance:
1a. Applicants for training and processing (people who say they are coming in).
1b. Prospects for training and processing (people who display some interest in the organization).
2. Book and Tape orders.
3. General (anything not covered in categories 1 and 2).
All mail from whatever source goes at once to the Accountant. The Accountant immediately sends categories la and lb to the Registrar. Registrar answers at once category la, distributes copies of her la answer and all lb to staff auditor in Central Files capacity.
Accountant gives all category 2 to the Assistant Shipping Clerk in her office for immediate invoicing.
Category 3 is given by the Accountant to the Receptionist for distribution.
Mail escaping this routing is illegally routed and any illegality shall be dealt with severely.
Priority of answer is category 1a, category 2 from Shipping, and category 1b from auditors. All other classifications are considered without priority but the above mentioned ones have classification of speed.