Families Seek Yule Spirits Despite Grief

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' \, i Y u l e Mr. Despite Grief probably someone who _ really needed that herself.' Mrs. Mayle said, "we have a nice home" for the number of, children we have. They raise a large garden, she cans a lot of food and they raise their .own cattle. guests: Mr. and and - -Don't get me ^xong, s h e Mrs. Guv ers. and tne word, "peace. added .. were so yjankfui peo.. Andrea It was put up in memory of D i e , ave been so wonderful to i 78 men who died m the explo- approached this Christmas sea- L_Gi\.01 They sought peace and holi- WlHS NeW I fid I day joy. despite their grief. 1 TREXTOX. XJ. (UPD--Toe Appelate Division of Superior ( Mrs. without a father by the oisas- Court Monday reversed" ter. felt she was" typical of conviction against Negro LeRoi Jones for carrying most of the widows. ·'We're going to have a weapons during the 1967 Xew- Christmas." she said . ark riots «· *" lies of tne /8 men. ·'·1 didn't want to go." she said, ""but I did it for the chfl- dren's sake. A lot of other mothers felt that way top.'" Thousands of contributions of food, clothing, toys and cash were senr here from throughout throughout the country for the families. families. '·I appreciate everything we got." Mrs. Mayle said, "but I don't like to feel like a beggar. We're a proud family and I know there are many people who need things worse than we do." She said she received a letter last week from a woman in Ohio. "She sen; a note, along with dollar bill and a handkerchief. handkerchief. I realij appreciated it. and 1 wondered if this lady jur} v Esse Count} . Jnflge . K a pp was unfair. jj, hjs charge. Judge Kapp extolled the policemen who testified against Jones and his codefendants. Charles McCray and Barrv Wynn, who with , Jones won new trials. t At the same time, the , Appellate Division reversed the contempt of court convictioc against" Jones because Judge Kapp did not give him an j opportunity to be heard before he was found guilty and , sentenced. ' The c o n t e m p t came because of remarks to Judge Kapp during the At one point, the judge told Jones he was sick and needed medical attention. '-"Xot as sick as you are." Jones replied to Kapp

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  1. The Holland Evening Sentinel,
  2. 24 Dec 1968, Tue,
  3. Page 18

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