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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 21, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Tu.idoy, Novimber 31, THE LETHBRIDGI HMAID American evangelist Billy Graham arrived Monday in re- mote Nagaland la lead a cru- sade for Christ and was greeted by persons who lined the winding streets of the state capi- tal of Kohima, India, waving and praying as his motorcade went by. Graham, who came to help celebrate the 100th anniversary of the arrival of the first Bap- tist missionary in the state, was visibly moved. Nearly everyone wore knee- length robes with special colors designating each of the 14 Naga tribes. One of the few fo-eignm e'-er permitted by the I n d i a n government to visit, Nagaland, Graham reached Kohima after a three-hour flight across Bangladesh from Cal- cutta and a two-hour, 46 mile drive through the Naga hills. Jennie Grossinger, who with her family founded the famed Grossinger's resort hotel and was its official hostess for more than half a century, died in Grossinger. N.Y. at the age of The hotel has been the show- case for many entertainers, in- cluding Milton Berle, Abe Ly- man and Eddie Fisher. Fisher and Debbie Reynolds were mar- ried there. Two New Yorkers who met dining training as auxiliary pol- BILLV GRAHAM warm welcome the Court of Session, had been Icrd justice clerk of Scotland since 1962. Dick Laitllaw. 39. has been named publisher and general manager of the Kamloops Daily Sentinel. Mr. Laidlaw began his news- paper career in 1951 at the Guelph, Ont., Dairly Mercury and later worked for the north- en daily news in Kirkland Lake, Ont., and the Trentonian in Trenton, Ont., before joining the Sentinel as advertising manager in 1969. Kenichi Horie, the first man ice officers were married the other day in a police station. Joyce Level-ton. 25, and Jacob to sail alone across the Pacific, Goldstein, 40, were believed to abandoned today an attempt to be the first couple ever wed in a sail solo around the world after city station house. Guests at the ceremony in- cluded Mayor and Mrs. John V. Lindsay and various city offi- cials. Lord Grant, Scotland's second- I'anking judge, was killed in a two-car head-on collision near Inverness. Two men in the other auto also were killed and a woman and three children were se-ious- eight days. 70 miles and four broken masts. The Maritime Safety Agency said the 34-year-old yachtsman was picked up in good condition by a rescue ship south- west of Osaka, which he left Nov. 12 in hopes of circum- navigating the globe in his 24- foot Mermaid II in 280 to 290 days. Horie became the first man to sail solo across the Picific 10 ly injured. i years ago, making the voyage Lord Grant. 63. a member of i from Osaka to San Francisco. Hookey playing nipped in bud OTTAWA (CP) The polil- i icai parties have decided to nip in the bud what they con- I sider might be another in- ducement to Commons hockey playing by MPs. The four parties have agreed to boycott offices in j the renovated Confederation Building less than a five-min- ute walk from the Commons. "We were afraid that if MPs should take offices so far removed from the Centre Block they might conic to feel like executives and miss Com- mons sittings." said Con- j servalive whip Tom Bell afler a meeting of party whips Fri- day. "It is easy to picture Item taking a long lunch hour, re- turning to the office and slumping in their chairs. "Sometimes it is difficult to get MPs with offices in the j Centre and West Blocks into I the Commons The Confederation Building, a huge stone structure resem- bling the buildings on the Hill itself, is at the western foot of Parliament Hill, ft was reno- vated for use to help the shortage of office space in the three official buildings. The public works depart- ment said last week that 100 modern offices would be available for MPs, along with lounges for meeting con- st itiienLs. A shuttle bus se'vice will give continuous service from (lie building to the Centre Block where the Commons meets. Tom IvCfebvre. acting gov- ernment whip, said the deci- sion to keep MPs out of the building was taken because Commons business cannot be done "if MPs are spread all over the citv." There was cash lying everywhere MIAMI. Fla. 'AP> Fire- men found more than sIlitUHK) in cash and jewelry today in .in empty house once occupied by a vegetable vendor ami Inimed by neighho hood cliil- dien. authorities said. "There was money lyinq around pverywhe e." Fire Chiel "We counted was eigher undamaged or still negotiable. "Probably about in cash burned up." he added. "We found money in bun- dles, in white envelopes, in brown envelopes and in cloth bankbags full of coins. One weighed 70 pounds." Kcnney said large amounts of jewelry were also loiind in a closet and Ihc attic, lie said I he gems appeared genuine and estimated Ihcir value at between and I.KKT MONEY Neighbors told aulhovitics Hint the house was vacated hy n vegetable vendor who was confined to a mental hospital about nine months ago. Four ncighlwrhood children started n fire in the rum- shackle house aflp- breaking in and making off with 150 prnnies they found in a bowl mi Ihc living room floor, Ken- wiy fluid. Officials mak- ing certnin the fire was out liv checking "Hie walls and attic when all of n sudden all this monev started tumbling sHid one fireman. "Right nou, we're just iiv4 to find out who the money belongs to." Kenney said. "We've already people calling us to claim it Tiie valuables were taken to police headquarters for in- ventory. Three charged in .sinking PIRAEUS. Greece Tlie captain and two crew members of a Marches tanker were charged with manslnugh- ler Monday in Ihe death of 45 i Greek navy sailors who were killed when the tanker sank (heir ship. The charges were filed against Capt. lonnis Saridis, Second Mute Constantino Anns- Msioti and Alexander Papnki- rilsis of the tanker World Hero. The tanker collided with .the troop-landing ship Mer- lin five miles off Piraeus last Wednesday in clenr weather. Tlic tnnkc" sustained damage to its how. TUffTWAY DRUGS SUPER SAVERS QUICK Home Perms Regular Gentle Super 1 Reg. 3.39 .47 SHICK Hair Styling Dryer Reg. 24.99 19 .95 Helene Curtis Reg. 1.69 SHAMPOO Body Building 1C 99' CREME RINSE The Great Gift Invention SHICK ELECTRONIC HOT LATHER DISPENSER Reg. 24.95. 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