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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 9, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, Jvnt f, 1979 THf LlTHIRIDGI HERALD II PET, DON'T ANV MORE, SOU IVJOW W Friday's bill says who will pay tor mo st of Olympics We're getting closer to the truth OTTAWA (CP) "Who'll pay for the This newspaper headline about two weeks ago echoed a concern felt across Canada: Montreal had the 1976 Olympics but not nearly enough money to cover the cost. A bill introduced in the Commons Friday is expected to answer at least part of the question. The proposed legislation would permit the issuance of special stamps and coins as well as the operation of Can- ada's first national lottery. Stamp and coin sales are forecast to raise about mil- lion with the lottery covering most of the remaining cost. At first the bill appeared to indicate that Prime Minister Fire fined each in Vancouver Flyers part with playoff mone> VANCOUVER (CP) Five members of the Philadelphia Flyers were each fined Fri- day as the result of a wild Dec. 29 National Hockey League game against Vancouver Ca- nucks. The game saw Philadelphia players swarm over the boards and glass and into the specta- tors seating area swinging sticks Another Philadelphia player, reserve goalkeeper Bob Taylor, who pleaded guilty to a charge of assaulting a peace officer, remanded to Monday for sentencing. Dafencemen Barry Ashbee, Ed Van Impe and Joe Watson, and forwards Don Saleski and William Flett all pleaded guilty to charges of causing a disturb- ance by fighting and swearing. Provincial Court Judge Larry Eckhardt imposed the max- imum fine permitted on the charge. He gave the five 30 days to pay or face 30 days in jail. Judge Eckhardt said sentenc- ing Taylor "presents a little more of a problem" because the assaulting charge is "more Centre Ross Lonsberry also pleaded guilty to a charge of causing a disturbance by fight- ing and swearing, but prose- cutor Stewart McMorran asked that the plea be struck and a stay of proceedings entered. McMorran said he was con- vinced after viewing films of the incident, that in a trial Lon- sberry would be found not guilty. Earlier, a stay of proceedings SAAR presenfs WILD, WILD WEEKEND STOCK CAR RACING EXHIBITION SPEEDWAY Sunday, June 10th SAAR Time Trials at p.m. Racing at p.m. C-CLASS and CLAIMERS SOUTHERN ALBERTA AUTO RACERS Fill in and Present this ad at the tieket office to receive 50c DISCOUNT en 1 Adult admission NAME ADDRESS PHONE Coed for Sunday, June 10th only tomsone race for you! E GAMES CITY HOCKEY SCHOOLS LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA FOR BOYS 9 -15 YEARS FULLY QUALIFIED INSTRUCTORS VIC STASIUK NHL COACH (Guest Instructor) Plus other top instructors GENERAL INFORMATION 214 hours ice time daily Chalk talks and instructional films Hockey game on final day of ecuh school REGISTRATION FEE PER BOY CITY OF LETHBRIDGE RESIDENTS it JUNE 25th 30th 9 years to 10 years will accept 11 12 yr. elds. ic AUGUST 13th 18th 11 yean to 15 years This session filled SOUTHERN ALTA. DISTRICT RESIDENTS AUGUST 20th 25th THIS SESSION FILLED 9 years to 15 years Applications Accepted On First Come, First Served Basis THIS IS A CITY OF LETHBRIDGE COMMUNITY SERVICES PROJECT SUPPORTED BY YOUR LOCAL BOTTLER OF PEPSI-COLA Name Phone Address...................Age Position..............Medical Number..... Applications to be accompanied by registration fee. All applications must be in by May 31, 1973. Applications must be addressed to and cheques made payable to the CITY OF LETHBRIDGE (in care of Community Services Department, City of Tho applicant that the City Hockey School will not be held responsible for any accident or that may occur during the duratiton of the School. Each boy must furnish all his own equipment (goal tending equipment will ba Date......................................................... Parent's Signature For further information Phone 328-2341, Ext. 256, or 327-1310 was entered on four charges of assault on spectators laid against Flett, Lonsberry, Van Impe and Saleski. The incident began when a Philadelphia player and a Van- couver player began a fight early In the third period. The rest of the players on the ice paired off and then Saleski and Barry Wilcox of the Canucks began fighting at the boards. A fan reached over the glass and yanked Saleski's shoulder- length hair. Philadelphia play- ers then rushed to the spot, reeched over their sticks and swung at spectators before climbing up and over the board, still swinging. At one point, the Philadelphia players were up as far as the sixth row of seats. During the fracas, Constable Don Brown of the Vancouver police entered the fray in an at- tempt to quell the violence. Taylor swore at Constable Brown and pushed him over the seats. Constable Brown then saw a six-year-old girl and pro- tected her with his body. While he was lying down, Taylor stepped on him, the court was told. Although the players all pleaded guilty to the charges, two defence witnesses were President Clarence Campbell and Hal Laycoe, Ca- nucks' interim general man- ager. Laycoe said the Dec. 29 game "volatile" and "right from the outset seemed very spir- ited." He said it was a typical hard- fought NHL game in which many penalties are called. "I think the fans were enjoying it." He said he thought the offi- cials were controlling the game well Trudeau had backed down from' bis stand that a national lottery was not a good idea; that Que- bec should negotiate one with the other provinces. But the bill stipulates that each province can approve or disapprove of a lottery within its borders. Proceeds from the lottery will be used both for the Games and for development of amateur sport in each province. TWO COINS PLANNED The coins, with face values of and will have a total market value of million. With deducted to cover the minting costs, it leaves million for the Games. An additional mil- lion is expected from the sale of stamps and other postal prod- ucts. All proceeds will go into a special Olympics account pro- vided for in the bill. After costs are paid, the rest goes to the Games organization committee. Donations will be tax deduc- tible The controversial bill was in- troduced only after Quebec Pre- mier Robert Bourassa, Mon- treal Mayor Jean Drapeau and Games President C. 0. R. Rousseau guaranteed that Ot- tawa will not have to cover any deficit. The bill was moved for first reading by Privy Council Presi- dent Allan MacEachen in place of its sponsor Treasury Board President C. M. Drury, who was absent from the House Fri- day. The government is worried about a repeat performance of Expo 67 when the federal tax- payer was stuck with a million deficit. A report by the federal Treas- ury Board has indicated a Games deficit of million when all federal costs are in- cluded. The total cost was estimated in the report at between million and million. This would include capital and oper- ating expenses of about million, between million and million under existing fed- eral programs, such as for con- traction of the Olympic village, and incremental costs of million incurred by various fed- The Padres are moving SAN DIEGO (AP) The city was told Friday what every- body else has known for Diego Padres are moving to Washington, D.C. Owner C. Arnholt Smith, in a letter to city council, said he sold the National League base- ball club because it has been "a continuing financial loss." "The sale will not produce a profit to the company or its stockholders since the lion sale price will not cover our total investment in the Padres to date." Smith said. He assured officials that San D ego's first major league base- ball franchise will not be moved until after the 1973 season Junior Queens to face locals era! for indirect services. The latter would cover RCMP, forces personnel, extra immigration staff to handle the influx of tourists and other sim- ilar Hems. In past years, Lethbridge fastball enthusiasts have been treated to some of zaniest sporting attractions to ever hit the big top. These far-out attractions have included the Tikes of Ed Feigner, better as the "King and His the Har- lem Clowns, Harlem Ghosts and the ''Queen and Her Maids" led by Rosie Beaird. Feigner and his troupe haven't hit the southern Alber- ta area since 1971, the Harlem Ghosts and Clowns have stay- ed away from this region and the ''Queen and Her Maids" have folded operations. The former group hasn't really folded their operations entirety though, but have taken on a new pitcher which has changed their name to the "Junior Queen and Her Maids." This fantastic four-girl soft- ball tjeam are scheduled to face the Lethbridge Southern Belles in an exhibition en- HOLIDAY BOWL (FORMERLY GLENDALE BOWL) Announces Their GRAND RE-OPENING IN MID JULY Leagues are invited to contact Manager Roger Flexhaug at 328-2855 Regarding Fall Bookings SULLY SAYS "By Pat Sullivan A BIT OF everything Bill Hunter of Edmonton and Scotty Munro of Calgary must be wondering just who up there doesn't like them... I mean, let's face it They got it with both barrels at this year's National Hoc- key League draft Tom Lvsiak and Lannv McDonald, who slipped through the clutches of the west's shrewdest hockey men, sign- ed multi-year, dollar-loaded contracts Lysiak was the property of the Edmonton Oil Kings while McDonald, who played in Lethbridge before heading for the Medicine Hat Tigers to join Lysiak, was on the list of the Centennials Both were set free for what Munro and Hunter felt were more talented players I can't think of any two I figured out why Gordie Howe is seriously thinking about coming out of retire- ment to play for the Houston Atcos of the World Hockey Association It's not for the money He has all he needs for the rest of his life To play with sons Mark and Marty, possibly But the real reason? He has a vacant spot on his trophy shelf You see, Howe, with records galore in the NHL, never won the Calder trophy as rooWe-of-the-year in the National League So why not give it a whirl in the WHA, the calibre of play, even for a 45-year old man, is one heck of a lot poorer than when Howe broke into tbe league some 27 years back... other junior hockey czars I would rather see it happen to than to Hunter and Munro It's hard to imagine that McDonald, who played in the Sugar King colors some three seasons back, is now worth over a season Wow, the pressure is certain- ly on Lanny McDonald however, is not the only form- er Sugar King to do well in th's year's draft Big John Davidson signed with St. Louis Blues and it is re- ported that he is making more money than all of the Blues, with the exception of Garry Unger And that says quite a bit Just like -Stan Maxwell said "I won- der hew Ted Kennedy feels shoveling gravel in Tcron- Kennedy was one of the all-time great Maple Leafs. I don't know if 3 ou have been wondering this but Paul Rus- ?nak and I have Do Fritz Peteison and Mike Ke- Kich talk to one another since their infamous wife and fam- ily swap? And what, pray tell, is their current marital sta- tus? Well, it seeems, they are cool to each other, but still talk on a professional basis, probably comparing breaking pitches Fritz is still with Mrs. Kekich. Mike is still with Mike Mrs. Peterson, who didn't want to switch after all, re- mains incommuni cado though, Mike sees her occas- ionally. Biggest strain of all is on Peterson, who has two families and is broke There will be divorces. If the Canadian Broadcasting Corp. becomes involved, there is a further million added to the tab. 'We fear there will be a large Mr. Trudeau told re- porters earlier this year. Asked who would wind up paying for the deficit, he in- died this was not his problem. "We have the we sought." Another obstacle was tossed In frdit of Mayor Drapeau this week when jhe International Olympic Committee decreed the athletes' village had to be built in one location, not scattered as it was in 1948 at Helsinki, 1962 in London and 1964 in Tokyo. Mr. Drapeau had planned to build the be used for low-rental housing after the one place but the Quebec government stepped in after it learned part of Montreal's municipal golf course would have to be sacri- ficed. Initial studies showed the vil- lage would have to be split up unless a single, large alternate site is found. Victor Goldbloom, Quebec's minister of municipal affairs, said the Olympic committee's stand "is complicating our work" but he was optimistic that a new site will be found. r I SPORTS FANS: In the hard-to-believe divi- sion Before they unloaded Otto Stowe to the Dallas Cow- boys, the Miami Dolphins were even working on a deal which would have included their superstar receiver, Paul- Warfleld going to Oakland for tight end Raymond Chester No standing still for the 17 straight Super Bowl champs I finally figured out one thing I don't like about the designated hitter rule Thursday night at Henderson Stadium Paul Sul- livan pitched an excellent game He finished with 10 strikeouts, gave up seven hits and walked just one man Yet, the fans, as appreciative as they were, had to wait until the game was over to really show him how much they enjoyed his perform- ance Now, if he had been at the plate a couple of times, Thursday's better than 1.000 supports could have ap- plauded It seems as though I m talking to myself when I talk to Sullivan I mean how would you feel if xou talked around saying what good game Sully pitch- ed? counter sponsored by the Leth- bridge Women's Softball League at the Dave Elton Park Mon- day night. The dynamic youngsters will be led by a 14-year old Junior Queen, Karen Beaird, who has replaced sister Rosie, as the leader of the foursome. j The young hurler is as good i as her sister and will liven up the match against the local all-star contingent by throwing blindfolded, between her legs, behind her back and will also offer five dollars to volunteer batters from the audience, who are willing to try and hit one of three pitches in fair ter- ritory. Tickets which wall be avail- able at the gate are set for adults students 75 cents, children 25 cents and senior citizens free of charge. Gate prizes will be drawn during the game which is set to go at 8 p.m. Stampede Wrestling EXHIBITION PAVILION MONDAY, JUNE 11 8.30 p.m. NORTH AMERICAN CHAMPIONSHIP BOUT GOULDIE vs AFA YOKOUCHI and FUJI vt KROFFAT and CODY RAMIREZ and HAYES vt ANOIA and VIKING 5 Exciting Matches Watch STAMPEDE WRESTLING on CJOC-TV i Pre-Surnmer Savings C.C.M. TARGA 5 SPEED BICYCLE Reg. 114.95 Sale Price SAVE ON THIS BIKE AND MANY OTHERS AT BERT MAC'S CYCLE 913 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-3221 CLOSED MONDAY OPEN THURSDAY AND FRIDAY UNTIL 9 P.M. SERVING S. ALBERTA FOR OVER 35 YEARS" BET YOU DIDN'T KNOW By GARY KIRK KIRK'S TIRE SALES LTD. Here's one thai might sur- prise you Maior Icagus baseball lakes m more money each year than pro football Counting all money re- ceived including gate receipts and television, big league baseball takes in about 160- million dollars a year while pro football takes m about 110-million Pro basket- ball, by the way, grosses about 55-million dollars a year and big league hockey about 50-million And basball is healthier in one other aspect Only about one-fourth of its money comes from TV with about three-fourths from gate re- ceipts, while pro football de- pends on about one-half of its money from television and only one-half from gate re- ceipts. Ever wonder why tennii is called tennis? One theory is that tennis is named after the town of Tinnfs in the Middle East, which in the old days, produced linen from which tennis balls made. _ Here's an amazing fact I about boxer Joe Louis that I many fans don't realize I Since 1900, there have been just over TOO heavyweight championship title fights in all and Louis was in 27 of those fights, or about 25% of all the heavyweight title fights of this century It's amazing that one man was in so many championship fighH I'll bet you didn't know Kirk's has just made a fan- tastic buy on Uniroyal Fas- trok Polyester Tires. Imagine Now you can set great tires at lower prices than previous 1972 prices! See our big color ad in to- day's Herald for all the de- tails. I See KIRK'S for The Best for Every I KIRK'S I TIRE SALES LTD. "The Tire Experts" I Your UNIROYAL Dealer 3 LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU 1621 3rd Ave. S. 327-5985 PHONE KIRK-i FERNIE, B.C. Phono 423-7746 KIRK' tt (TABER) LTD. t--i 50th I Phon. 223-1441 I ;