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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 19, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta J in wasnl much help o,evi;l-\m>. nhio iatm - Bemie Panb!:. former defensive bni/k w:th Cleveland Browns, ua- to testify again today before a special federal grand jury investigation passible anti-trust violations in operations of the National Football League Parrish �,is called before the jury Wednesday afternoon following testimony by Ross Ficht-ner, another former Browns defensive back. Fichtner said some of the I questions the jury asked him 1 dealt �with player-management 1 relations and relations among j players in the NFL. j He said the question of black-j balling players came up, "but I \ wasn't able to give them much .information.'' Asked if he thought he had been blackballed, Fichtner re-! plied: ! "I think I got a raw deal but whether or not you call it blackballing I don't know." Parrish was with the Browns from 1959 until after the first game of the 1966 season, when he asked for his release. lie finished the season with Houston Oilers and then retired from football. i While with the Browns he helped organize the NFL Players' Association. Fichtner, 32, said the Browns did not renew his contract after the 1967 season following a squabble over a celebrity golf tournament in which he had charge of inviting players. He was accused of not inviting Negro players. The jury is reported to be looking for possible violations of the Sherman Act in the restraint of players' services and restraint of trade in the merger of the National and American football leagues. Such violations could bring criminal indictments. Fichtner said the jury asked him about several players, including former team-mate Walter Beach, who has claimed he was blackballed, but said Beach's name was not mentioned specifically with any complaint. Beach also is expected to appear before the grand jury. Canadians play Friday CARTAGENA, Colombia (CP) -Battle lines were drawn today for the world amateur baseball championships, with Holland meeting Venezuela today and the Canadian squad cooling its heels until Friday when it meets the favored Cubans. "We don't mind starting against the best," said the coach of the Victoria Centennials, Bob Lumley. "That way we know where we stand." The team, Canada's national champions augmented by players from across the country, will play five of its 11 scheduled matches in the single round-robin series at night - a fact which pleases Lumley. He expressed fears earlier that the sweltering, 90 - degree weather would work against the Centennials, who had been working out indoors in Victoria nrior to flying hers last weekend. BT" 1 i W'p have succeeded In pulling a particularly interesting upstaging caper: A portable radio with a pop-up, honest- to croorljKss television. f.'ji'r ;m> where. On battery or house current. And it, delivers a crt-ai. black and white picture, as well as great I'M AM i:iu>ic Thii innovation popped-up at our TV factory. Where v." make TV's ranging from 1V2 inches to 20 inches in srrff'ii size. TIip 11 --inch one is the world's smallest TV. iSor: of ilk-' a v. rist-watch. ' f"i'vp sot the idea now. We become very involved in rna'-n? T\ '^ Am! ni'iK'- them in all kinds of combinations. Soma with FM/AM radios. Some with docks. Even portable TVs with battel ies^nsti'k-so you can take them anywhere. And as features ^0,.. we don't skimp. Which explains pur slide lever controls for precision adjusting. Speed-o-Viston for instant sound and picture - so the team doesn't score while your TV is warming up. And a few other poorlies like dark-tinted screens and direct vision tubes for better viewing. So go to any Pa nasonic dealer and n.-k to see our TV's. Ask our dea ler what Arnold has to say about us. PANASONIC just slightly ahead of our time. 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