Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 26, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
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Stopped using phone OTTAWA (CD Clicks and other strange sounds on his of- fice telephone so aroused Stan- ley Korcliinski's suspicions that Ihc Conservative member ot Parliament said Tuesday lie slopped iisinf! it for sensitive! telephone calls. Mr. Korchinski, member for Mackenzie riding, lolcl Die Com- mons privileges committee Tuesday that his .secretary and some callers also had Uieir "suspicons aroused." However, lie said he never raised the matter until Erik .Nielsen (PC-Yukon) complained in the Commons in March thai mail addressed to MPs was being tampered with. Mr. Korchinski, who had said other Ill's felt their lines were heinj; tapped, also ssid under questioning that only Mr. Niel- ser. had complained of tliis, sev- eral years ago. Mr, Korchinski said his suspi- cions weren't that someone in the Commons was tapping his line. The noises might he the re- sult of repair work. Or they might result from someone using "crude chuckled as Mr. Korchinski re- ferred to the accuracy of news reports on private caucus meet- listen to his conversa- tions. He said he felt his suspicions should be allayed. Perhaps Bell Canada should he nsked to no- tify the Speaker of the Com- mons when lines were being re- paired, so MPs could be ad- vised. LETTER OPHNED Alfred Hales (PC-Welling- ton) said the West Block post- master delivered a Idler to him March 1J (hat had been ad- dressed to: "The chairman of the public accounts committee, Parliament Hmldings, Ottawa." Mr. Hales is the chairman. The letter had been opened, then rcsealed with tape, Mr. Hales said. Someone had writ- ten 105 WB on it. He noted that the office number of Treasury Board President C. M. Drury is 105S CD. Mr. Hales said his committee waj engaged in controversial meetings involving Auditor-Gen- eral Maxwell Henderson at tho time. Mr. Henderson and Mr. Drury have been at odds. The subject was discussed in the let- ter, he said. Committee chairman Ovide Laflamme (L-Montmorency) noted that copies of the same letter went to Mr. Drury, Prime Minister Trudeau, Opposition Leader Robert Stanficld, NDP Leader David Lewis and Con- servative House Lender Gerald Baldwin. Mr. Hales said was up to the committee to decide whether the letter had been opened in error or deliberately. D o u g I n s Hogarth (L-New Westminster) asked whether Mr. Hales had any reason to be- lieve there was system lie tampering with his mail. "No." Mr. Hales replied. Ha also agreed thai it appeared to be an isolated incident. lo send 200 alhlclcs QUEBEC (CPI Maurice Allen, chef de mission for Can- ada's contingent to the 1972 Summer Olympics at Munich. West Germany, told a weekend meeting of the Canadian Olym- pic Association that lliis country will send more than 200 athletes to the Games. The COA sent 141 participants to Ihc Summer Games at; Mexico City. Alien said Canadian divers" have a good clutncc "of winning a couple of medals." "The same holds (rue for our equestrian team which now is reaching a standard of perfec- tion. In the cycling we arp counting on a medal on the track from Joceiyn l.ovell of To- ronto who is very strong." LovelJ almost crashed his way off the Olymoic team when he piled up during a race at En- cino, Calif., Saturday. First re- ports indicated Lovell had suf- fered a broken collarbone and would miss the Munich Irip. Hut a spokesman for the Ca- nadian Cycling Association said today l.ovell was only bruised and will race again next week- end. Allen said in track and field Canada can look for strong pcr- 'ormances from Debbie Van Kiekebcll of Toronto in the pen- athlong and Debbie Rrill of Vancouver in Ihc women's high iumn. Miss Rrill and Miss Kiekcbelf lave readied world slandards n their events.