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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 20, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE IETHBRIDGE HERAID Tuesday, March 20, 1973 Finley leuva Kansas City franchise in the air NEW YOHK (CP) The; granting o[ a franchise of Kan- sas City for llic 197-1-75 season remained up tlie air Momluy nfter fl meeting of the key fi- naiico committee of Ihe Na- tional Hockey League. Apparently, tlie withdrawal of a lawsuit against public financ- ing of a neiv arena for Hie fran- chise saved the day for tho Kansas City business group headed by Edwin Thompson. NHL president Clarence Campbell said the finance com- mittee had heard further testi- mony from Kansas City but still needs verification of some points made by the holders oi a conditional franchise. When this is done, the finance committee will notify Kansas City whether it can. proceed u-ith tho franchise or not. But Campbell said he would not give any date when this would occur. Tliompson and other mem- bers of the group seemed nuz- zled on just what their status now is. But they would make no public comments. j Campbell said the lifting ot the lawsuit presented the NHL with a different picture now. I "There is a new set of condi- j he said. i Don Buck, vice-president of the NHL, confirmed that the! league had received official wont the lawsuit was dropped. Kansas City officials earlier Monday reached agreement with six plaintiffs who had sued the city to prevent use of S5.U million in general obligation bonds to build a new arena for the hockey team, Uev. Russell Hawkins, one of the plaintiffs, said that among SPORT tho condiiions for dropping the suit was a guarantee that the city council would pass a reso- lution against council subsidiza- tion of any professional sport. The amount of user fees on arena events would range from JO lo 25 cents a ticket, depend- ing oti debt service and attend- ance for the event. The franchise had been Poile leaving Vancouver club VANCOUVER (CP) Nor- man (Bud) Poile announced late Monday he will not return as general manager oi the Van- couver Canucks of the Nation- al Hockey League for (he 1973- 74 season. Healing Substance... Shrinks Piles, Checks Itch Exclusive healing substance proven to shrink repair damaged tissue. A rcncmned research institute has found a unique heating sub- stance with the ability lu shrink hemorrhoids pal nicely. It re- lieves ilclung anil dUcomfott in minutes and speeds up healing of the injureJ, inflamed tissues. One hemorrhoUlal case his- tory after another reported "very sinking improvement." Pain promptly and gently relieved actual reduction or re traction (shrinking} took And most important -this Improvement vas maintained in cases observations continued over period rf many inonlfis, E-'urllicrnmrc, these tests anJ ions made on paticnis a wide Varied1 of htinncthoid.il condi- tions. All this wasRiXOittplL with a healing substance (Bio- Dyrscl quickly helps heul injured cells and Mimulaics yrovi 'tissue. Bio-Dyne is ottered in ointment and suppoM- tory form called Preparation H. 7n addition to actually shrink- hemorrhoids, Preparation II lubricates and makes elimina- tion less painful. It helps present infection vhtch is a slated cause. ot hemorrhoids. Just ask >our drucgist for Preparation H Suppositories or Preparation 11 Ointment (with a special Satisfaction or jour money refunded. Poile, now on a leave ot ab- sence, said he has spent the past 2Vz weeks discussing the general manager's position with Canucks' president Thom- as K, Seallen, vice president Lyman D. Walters and direc- tor Coleman E. Hall. Poile went to hospital Nov. 21 suffering from what was offi- cially described as "exhaus- tion." About three weeks later, he was granted a leave o! ab- sence ar.d TIal Laycoe was in- stalled as interim general man- ager. He said Monday the owners were. willing to wait but "my doctors suggested it wovild be two months or more before complete evaluation could be Contracts of Poile, Laycoe and coach Vic Stasiuk all expire on May 30, and any decision on their future status will be made by the "general said Walters, Walters denied persistent ru- mors that the National Hockey League has ordered Scallcn and Walters to either sell their 7C per cent ownership in the Ca- micks by June 30 or sell the team if a million loan Seal- len got from the league to pur- chase Herb Capozzi's shares in Northwest Sports isn't repaid by nest fall. awarded in June, 1972, to Thompson's group on tile condi- tion lhat an arena for Kansas City be available by October, 1974. also was granted a conditional franchise for tlie 1974-75 season when the NHL expands to 18 from 16 teams. The NHL governors will meet again April 18, but it lias not yet been decided where, Camp- bell said. SEALS ON BLOCK? Campbell also disclosed the governors, at their two-day meeting last week, expressed willingness to take over the Cal- ifornia Golden Seals franchise in Oakland if owner Charles O. Finley decides to sell. "What Mr. Finley said In Oakland is essentially Campbell said. "But the terms have to be he added. I "I can't say I will slay in Finley was quoted as celling a meeting of some dis- sident Seals players Saturday, "but I'll say the league is very considerate and I'm giving their offer considerable thought." Finley said the Golden Seals, in last place in the West Divi- sion, suffered large financial losses last season and probably will do so again this year. NHL negotiators also met Monday with the players' asso- ciation to discuss a modified re- serve clause. "I can't say anything on Campbell said, for feai of prejudicing the negotiations "But our plan was presentee certainly in complete detail to the players." Alan Eagleson, president Ihe players' association, also withheld comment. The playei representatives are taking thi modified NHL plan back ti their teams for further dis cussion. The NHL reserve clause now binds a player to his team, fo three years. PARENTS KILLED TWENTY-NINE PALMS, Ca- lif. (AF) Kon Santos' parents were killed in a traffic accident Monday while en route from Santo's hometoMm of Seattle to the Scottsdale, Ariz, training camp of Chicago Cubs of the National baseball league. Cali- fornia State Police said Vivian and John Constantino, mother and step-father of the Cubs third baseman, wero killed in a four-car crash. tfyouVeaformer planning for the future, the Commerce has the financingyou need. As a farmer you Vnow tlie importance of planning for the future of your farm >rccamg RIOCK, auumonai ian perhaps the construction of a new building. Allot these cost, money. At the Commerce we know and thai's vrhere can help. can lend you the money you need now. But" the important thing isn'c tlie lending, it's the way you can pay back. 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