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Galveston Daily News (Newspaper) - September 24, 1972, Galveston, Texas
Miss Raye Thompson the owner of the Community gift and Novelty shop. Located at 532-23rd, Galveston Texas. Through this news paper talks Thompson wishes to acknowledge All get Wells telegrams. Recagni thanking her Many friends customers relatives and acquaintances too. Miss Thompson was Hurt in a car Accident March 11th. She also thanks god and the prayers from All miss Thompson will be opening her shop again at an Early Date so be sure to read the paper a thank you goes out to All her customers who patronize her shop. Miss Thompson said these Good old Day s arc Worth preserving and Worth seeing. She is still smiling with a pleasing personality. She is saying indeed the Day i open my shop again will be the happiest Day of my life. And when the Day is finally done you have encouraged me to live and prepare myself for the next Day. So i will share my Joy with my Many friends. In return for All that has been Given to me. 1 will serve you with the very Best of gifts. You name it and i la have it. And if i Don t have it i la get it. And if you need it i la get it. Come in and see. And if i Don t have it i la get it an interview with Thompson Rand spa lower sunday morning september 1972 Stahm 5-a fort Worth five ordered freed Kimio Mori right gives Art gift to or. Taylor his Host Barry Bennock looks on japanese present com with print Texas City a visiting teacher from Japan. Kimio Mori recently gave College of the Mainland a Woodblock copy of an original print by the famous japanese artist Cho Bunsai Eishi. The Pring picturing a Young woman Reading a love letter was from the teacher s personal collection. It will become part of the permanent Art collection of College of the Mainland and will be displayed Early october in the com Library during an exhibit of japanese arts open to the general Public. Mori is one of 39 japanese instructors touring the . Sponsored by the Council on inter miss National education Exchange to perfect their English and to better when mrs. Bennick invited him to visit College of the main land where she is a business Edu cation instructor Mori surprised everyone by bringing with him a gift the japanese print which he presented personally to or. Fred a. Taylor. Com president. In Japan. Mori teaches English to Junior High school students and is also baseball coach in the City of Sinai on the main japanese Island of Honshu. He and his wife have two daughters. The older one already Speaks fluent English. Abilene Tex. Api judge Leo Brewster ordered five new York americans of Irish descent freed saturday on Bonds ranging from to and hinted of National Security reasons for the reduction from his original order for bail each. The five have been held for refusal to talk to a grand jury in fort Worth Tex., which has been investigating possible Sale of arms intended for the outlawed Irish Republican army. The men were brought Here for the hearing before the fed eral District court judge and plans were made to free them quickly. Ten per cent of the Bonds was ordered posted in Cash and the remainder was termed per Sonal recognizance. Judge Brewster acted after judge Griffin Bell of the 5th . Circuit Coilet of appeals conferred with Brewster by Telephone from Atlanta ga., on Bond reduction after the five appealed the size of the original Ball. The judge plainly was Dis pleased that he was required to lower the Bond and demanded a reason from Alex Mcglinchey a government Law yer who suggested the amounts of the new Bonds. Mcglinchey said he could give no reason and asked for a 15-minute recess while he consulted his superiors. The Quarter hour recess turned into a three hour delay during which judge Brewster consulted in his Chambers with defense and government Law yers a part of the time. At the end of the consultations judge Brewster is sued a seven Page ruling. In the ruling the judge pointed out that government attorneys in june asked that the men be denied any Bond. Brewster said he ordinarily would not reduce Bond without reason. There Are some situations the judge said in his ruling when an exception must be made to that policy. Two of the most common ones arc where the information might endanger National secur Ity. He added based upon the extensive evidence which i have heard in these cases from the beginning i still think that the decision that 1 made sept. 19 for Bonds was Cor rect. However rather than run the risk of endangering National Security and for that reason alone-1 reluctantly accept the government s recommendations As to the judge did not further explain what National Security is sues were at stake. Each of the five took the wit Ness stand to Tell of their in she is the Only negro woman acquaint participants with that has a store downtown. American culture the tour is she is located around the Corner designed to improve their English from e. S. Levy store. Instruction Back in Japan where All High school students Are required to master English and to study american culture. In company with other japanese instructors after arriving in the u. S. July 25. Kilo Mori spent one month studying English at she has been in business a year and six months. Her shop has been closed on the account of her Accident. She is still thanking her customers friends and acquaintances. Who drop in and bought and Princeton University. After a Check my items and compared Cross country trip by bus to gel a their Quality and prices with any Broad View of America he came in the state. Another move for a to Galveston to live As family Black woman in business. Guest with Barry and Ann Bennick miss Thompson is Well known in and their two sons and out of the state. She is the daughter of mrs. Inez Humphrey of this City. Other relatives in Houston and Calif Loo. Before miss Thompson went into business for herself. She was in the nursing Field All of her life. She Practised nursing in sever Al parts of California. Then or. Edgar j. Poth at John scaly of Ospital said to miss Thompson you Are smart and you would be Good in researching work so she studied at the University medical Branch. Galveston Texas. Her research of Pathe olog lest took her All Over Jilin Leafy. She loved her work and studied hard. Miss Thompson help or. Polh with his patients then worked in his lab after her class was Over. She had lots of experience working with animals such As dogs i monkeys too. She loved her research work. She also worked at the Vandyke Nurs ing Home too. The question was asked miss Thompson Why you want this kind of business would t you rather research somewhere else and help Lind a cure for cancer. Miss Thompson just smiled with a pleasing personality and said nothing is like your own she said. I la make it. Because with god All things arc possible alone with your prayers and the help of god. At the Houston College miss Thompson also had a course in salesmanship. So Galveston let us Pray that our Bank will be open for business real soon. I think this has been the most exciting news you be heard we will have to Pray and wait. No promises of results not immediately. Not in a week. Not in a month. Not in a year. It is almost too much for us to believe. But if we Pray together. I think someone will be Able to explain the astonishing things that ii Appen after people Pray. We will find out incredible a it May seem. Our prayers will be answered answered. There is nothing in life that cannot be solved and there is nothing in life that cannot be Mem. A Thure. 10 Loo. Here s what you be been waiting for. Another new shipment and still at Sale prices velvet bedspreads yours. If we know How to Pray and ask for it. So let us remember the scripture. Read. I can do All things through Christ who strength Heth me. Thanks again for Reading and praying forme. Sign miss Raye Thompson school called boat Sausalito Calif. Api two dozen youngsters who Call houseboats Home in this artists Haven Are attending a new floating Community school that combines academic subjects with classes in fencing Mas Sage and Boa building. The Public schools do the Best they can. But we be got a rather unique Community Here and our needs Are said Laurie Pearlman. A coordinator of the week old Marin ship school. There s been a Strong feeling Here for a couple of years that we needed a school for our Robert Kalloch. A school coordinator said parents hoped to avoid the Middle class indoctrination they foresaw for their children in Public schools. Most schools and teachers give the impression there is Only one right Way to Mailoch said. The Man dresses up in a suit and drives a big car to his office while the wife stays Home puts on an apron and does the the children Ages 5-12, All live in the houseboats and bar Ges that line the waterfront of this freewheeling Community on the North Side of san Francisco Bay. Most of the teachers have children in the school and All live in the Community. Many of the House boilers Are artists writers film makers painters but some do very prosaic things like clean mrs. Pearlman said. She herself is a former jewelry making teacher at a local col lege. Or. Warren k. Hansen presi Dent of the Sausalito school Board said there s definitely a place Lor private schools with different approaches like s Good for the Public schools to have to be on their toes and compete with private during the first week of school the children attended classes aboard several House boats studying academic subjects in the morning and Choos ing in the afternoon from a wide Range of electives including fencing pillar playing Massage Boa building theater. If the program succeeds. Mrs. Pearlman Hopes it can be extended when the present crop of students reaches High school full or twin sizes 35.00 vol. King or Queen 50.00 vol. 84" Matching drapes the Beautiful velvet Bedspread that gives an elegant and luxurious touch to any bedroom. Styled with rounded Corners and richly accented with a Long fringe. Pre Schrunk in 55% Cotton and 45% crushed Rayon velvet that is completely washable and Drable. In Gold Avocado Royal Blue purple and Rose. 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Top assistants of the internal secur Ity division of the department of Justice have been in charge of the highest Bond of 15.000 was set for Paschal Morahan 25, and Crawford. 45, both identified by Mcglinchey As bachelors and non citizens of the United states although new York Resi dents. Bail of was set for Mathias Reilly 31, while s5.000 Bond was ordered for Kenneth Tierney 45, and Thomas Law Fey 32. The government attorney said they Are married and Only Tierney and Laffey Are . Citizens. All five had been offered immunity from prosecution if they would testify before the grand jury. They declined saying the . Government could not pro vide immunity particularly in great Britain. The men further objected to testifying on the grounds that some of the information on which the government was Bas ing its investigation was obtained by illegal electronic surveil Lance bugging. Tierney went to jail june 20 and the others followed him nine Days later. The Case took on political overtones. Twelve new York congressmen asked for a jus Tice department investigation of their contempt citations. Sen. Edward Kennedy. A mass. Called the placing of the men in jail a thinly veiled attempt to harass and intimidate peaceful and legitimate activities by Irish american individuals. In support of equal Justice for the Catholic minority in Northern at full Speed a thoroughbred horse can go As fast As 40 Miles an hour carrying 125 pounds or More on its Back. Galvaston men. Thyn. 10 .a.m. 9 tun., wtd., fn., Sal. 10 a. M. 6 . Pre season sweater Sale misses cardigans turtlenecks mock turtles and coat sweaters values to 20.00 550 14" right. Double knit Cardigan choose from a wide selection of colors in sues Small medium and Large and sizes 42 to 46. Veil to 12.00 8 99 199 left. Cable Turtleneck single knit also available in mock and Cardigan styles. Small medium and Large. Vol. To 8.00 j right. 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