Malcolm by wangnianwu


									40- Savannah News-Press • Sunday, May 19,1991 *

                                                Mrs. Alice B. ReMy
                                                    COLLINS - Mrs. Alice B. Reddy, 106,
                                                died Friday at Evans Memorial Hospital
                                                after a long illness.
                                                    The Collins resident was a member of
Marine Officer Kilted                           Bethel AME Church. She served in many
                                                capacities of the church and was the or-
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     BEAUFORT, S.C. - A Beaufort
                                                ganiier of the Home Burial Society.
                                                    Surviving are six granddaughters,         Transformed Into                                                                            MALCOLM X.
 Marine Corps Air Station officer was           Mrs. Andrea Bell, Ms. Marion Brewton,                                                                                                      FESTIVAL
 killed Saturday on the grenade
 range at the Parris Island Marine
                                                Ma. Marcia Smith and Mrs Linda B.
                                                Bentley, all of Chicago, 111.; Mrs. Evelyn
                                                                                              High-energy Fete
 Corps Recruit Depot.                           Williams of Flint, Mich., and Mrs. Doris
     The identity of the officer was be-        Timmons of BoUngbrook, 111.; one grand-       By LEE R. HAVEN
 ing withheld late Saturday pending             son, Larry Brewton of Ft. Lauderdale,         Staff Writ*
 notification of next of kin.                   Fla.; and 13 great-grand children.
                                                    Funeral: 3:30 p.m. Monday at Bethel          East 34th Street between Drayton
     Capt. A.J. Kozloski, public infor-         AME Church; burial in Brewton Ceme-           and Abercorn streets was trans-
 mation officer for the air station,            tery in Collins.                              formed into a community unto itself
 said the incident occurred at ap-                  Harper's Funeral Home, Claxton.           during the Malcolm X festival Satur-
 proximately 3:35 p.m. after a rou-                                                           day.
 tine training exercise at the depot.           Mrs. Robert W. Jonea
                                                    RICHMOND HILL - Mrs. Lillian C.            A number of entertainers, includ-
     The officer was a member of an                                                         ing an African dance troupe, a band
 explosive ordnance disposal team               Jones, 67, died Saturday at home after a
                                                short illness.                              and a poet performed on stage in
 that was sweeping the range for                    The native of West-Cliff-On-Sea, Eng-   front of the Masjid-Jihad, the local
 unexploded munitions. Kozloski said            land, lived for 35 years in Richmond Hill.  American Muslim Mission mosque.
 there were no recruits present at the              Surviving are her husband, Robert W.    Recordings of Malcolm X, the assas-
  time of the accident.                         Jones of Richmond Hill; five sons, Phil-    sinated black nationalist, blared
      Details on exactly what happened          lip, Wayne and Keith Jones, all of Rich-    through speakers.
  remained sketchy late Saturday.               mond Hill, Macky Jones of Savannah and         Vendors sold t-shirts, jewelry, Af-
      The disposal team was at Parris           David Jones of San Mateo, Calif.; three
                                                daughters, Mrs. Maxine Thorpe of Rich-      rican art, food, books and balloons.
  Island working under a mutual sup-                                                        There was something for virtually
  port agreement between the air sta-           mond Hill, Mrs. Linda Champagne of Ea-
                                                tonton and Kimberly Ellen Bashie of         everybody on the blocked-off city
  tion and the recruit depot, Kozloski          Frankfurt, Germany; and 19 grandchil-       street.
  said.                                         dren, a great-grandchild and several           "I'm very impressed," Delvina
  N*a! G. Parchman                              nieces and nephews.                         Williams said, watching the Emojah
     Erin, Tenn. - Neal G. Parchman, 81,             Funeral: 11 a.m. Wednesday at Car-     African Dancers of Savannah whirl,
 died Saturday at Trinity Hospital in Erin,     ter Funeral Home in Hinesville, with pri-   bend and kick on stage. "It's posi-
 Term of a long illness.                        vate burial to be held at a later date.     tive."
     The Tennessee native was a retired                                                        Doris Liggins, the stage manager
 General Motors employee.                         Ruaaell M. Potter                                                                    SWINGING TO BEAT: Emojah African Dancers on stage at festival in Midtown Savannah
     Surviving are his wife, Ola Mae                 RINCON -• Russell M. Potter, 72, for the festival's events, scurried
 Parchman of Nashville, Tenn; one                died Saturday at Memorial Medical On- about most of the day, making sure
 daughter Judy Britton of Savannah, one         'ter after a short illness.                 acts knew when it was their turn on            "The sun is out," Toure said, re-   ing problems blacks face are in                 narrowness of the Nation of Islam's
 brother Mr. Erskin Parchman of Erin,                The Salt Lake City, Utah native, lived stage while checking on her toddler        ferring to the very hot and bright      vogue among blacks today.                       psychology and mythology. He
 Tenn., two sisters, Lucille Smith of Erin,       most of his life in Savannah. He was a son as he slept on a mattress beside          day, "and we shall radiate in the          For a young woman who calls                  changed when he made the pilgrim-
 Tenn; and Marsie Hudson of Cumberland           World War II Army veteran and a_menv the stage.                                       sun. We are an African people."         herself Selina, his ideas have                  age to Mecca and spoke in more glo-
 City, Tenn.; and two grandchildren.              ber of Clayton P. Miller Memorial United      "The energy level here is amaz-            Nearly all the crowd was black,     reached some regions of the country             bal context."
     Funeral: 10 a.m. Monday, May 20,             Methodist Church.                         ing, isn't it?" she asked, brushing        with many young people in atten-        slower than they've reached others.                Tony Muhammad of Atlanta, a
  1991, at the Nave Funeral Home Chapel.              Surviving are his wife, Mary Deas two dreadlocks from in front of her            dance.                                                                                  national representative of Minister
     Nave Funeral Home of Erin, Tenn.             Potter of Rincon; one son, James Ralph face.                                                                                     "I feel touched that they're final-
                                                  Potter of Statesboro; two daughters,                                                     "This is about our African-Amer-    ly bringing something like this to the          Louis Farakhan, also addressed the
 Mrs. George C. Broxton                           Shirley Yarbrough of Savannah and            Off to her side, some teens were        ican Heritage," Toure said later,       South," said Selina, who is from                crowd.
      MILLEN - Mrs. Myrtle C. Broxton,            Kathy Stanfield of Eden; five grandchil- puffing into their horns ~ trombones        while the no-name band performed.       New York. "The South to me seems                   Yusef Shabazz, owner of The
 W, died Friday at Medical College of             dren and several nieces and nephews.      and trumpets - as they waited their            "Malcolm represents the best in     like the Dark Ages when it comes to             Original Shabazz Seafood Restau-
 Georgia Hospital in Augusta after a short            Funeral: 11 a.m Monday at Clayton turn on stage.                                 African-American leadership. He         black history."                                 rant, festival sponsor, said the festi-
 illness.                                         P. Miller Memorial United Methodist           "No, we don't have a name.             did not pimp our people. He was sin-                                                    val "proved the African American
      The Bulloch County native was a                                                                                                                                             Imam Majid Ali, minister for the
                                                  Church. Interment at Forest Lawn Mem- We're just brothers in the communi-            cere."                                  local American Muslim Mission,                  community can come together to
 homemaker and a member of West Mil-              ory Gardens in Savannah.
 len Baptist Church.                                                                        ty playing," Curtis Sanders, a mem-            Malcolm X was assassinated in       also spoke at the festival, discussing          have a wholesome, positive time.
                                                      Fox and Weeks HodgsonChapel.          ber of the no-name band said.              1965 while making a speech to his       the socio-psychological circum-                 This is what Malcolm X stood for,"
      Surviving are her husband, George C.
 "Buck" Broxton of Millen; three sons,           Rothell T. Wheeler                            The dancers left the stage to           followers at a New York hotel. Fol-     stances that affected the "three                he said.
 Gene and Stanley Broxton, both of San-              HINESVILLE - Rothell T. Wheeler, thunderous applause from the hun-                lowers of the Nation of Islam - the     stages of Malcom X" — his pre-Mus-                 Educator Dot Cohen surveyed the
 dersville, and David C. Broxton of Mil-        80, died Saturday at Candler General dreds in attendance, and the no-                  organization from which Malcolm         lim days as pimp and hustler, his               festival from her vantage point by
 len; two sisters, Vinnie Cooper of Savan-       Hospital in Savannah after a short ill- name band waited for master of cer-           was expelled months before his ex-      days as a Muslim under Elijah Mu-               the art table.
 nah and Ruby Lee Quatelbaumof Pem-             ness.                                       emonies Amir-Jamal Toure to com-           pulsion - were charged with killing                                                        "This is truly a beautiful affair.
 broke; two brothers J.C. and Joe Collins,                                                                                                                                     hammad and his last days as a glo-
                                                     the lifelong resident of Liberty Coun- plete his preachments before they          him. Many of his ideas about black      bal thinker.                                    We have poetry, dance and love,"
 both of Savannah; and seven grandchil-          ty was a retired pulpwood operator and a took the stage.
 dren.                                           Baptist.                                                                              unity and a global approach to solv-       Malcolm, Ali said, "outgrew the              she said.
      Funeral: 3 p.m. Monday at West Mil-           Surviving are a son, Gary Wheeler of
 len Baptist Church, burial in Millen Cem-      Allenhurst; a daughter, Mrs. Lynn Sims
 etery.                                         of Dallas, N.C.; a sister, Mrs. Irene Ben-
      Crowe-Fields Funeral Home of Mil-         nett of Lakeland, Fla.; and four grand-
                                                                                                                    BOOKMOBILE                                                              SAVANNAH SHORTS
                                                children and several nieces and nephews.
      Remembrances: to West Millen Bap-             Funeral: 2 p.m. Monday at Carter Fu-                                                                                          TheCoastal Jazz Association will
 tist Church.                                   neral Home in Hinesville, with burial in                                                                                                                                       ty Public School Systems will be the
                                                Elim Cemetery.                                   The Lamarville, Rendant Apart-        route: Pennsylvania Avenue at Cap-      hold the Second Annual Jazz Hall of             guest speaker.
  Howard L. Dyal                                                                              ments and Dutch town Kindergarten,       itol Street, 10-10:30a.m.; Pennsylva-   Fame Ceremony today at 5 p.m. at
     HAZLEHURST - Howard L Dyal,                                                                                                                                                                                                              • • •
                                                Walter H. Thomas                              East Savannah, Fellwood and Capi-        nia Avenue at Elgin Street, 10:30       the Mulberry Inn. Special guest will
 71, died Saturday at Veterans Hospital in          YEMASSEE, SC - Walter Herbert             tol Street sections will be visited by   a.m. to 12:30 p.m.; Pennsylvania        be Lorraine Gordon, Owner of the                   The City of Savannah, Leisure
 Dublin after a long illness.                                                                                                          Avenue at Gwinnett Street, 1-5 p.m.                                                     Services Bureau Neighborhood Pro-
     The native and lifelong resident of        Thomas, 80, died Saturday at Colleton         the Chatham County Bookmobile                                                    Village Vanguard in New York City.
                                                Regional Hospital after a long illness.       during the coming week, according                                                The event is free to CJA members,               grams is now accepting registration
 Jeff Davis County was a retired employ-            The Port Royal, S.C., native was a re-                                                 Thursday, Fellwood route: 3-5                                                       for summer activities. For informa-
 ee of Cook it Co., a World War II Army                                                       to an announcement by the Chat-          p.m., Fellwood Community Center.        $3 for non-members
 veteran and a Baptist.                         tired medical technician. He had been         ham-Effingham Liberty Regional                                                                                                   tion, call 651-6782.
                                                employed by Byerly Hospital in Harts-                                                                                                         • • •
     Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Ethal
                                                ville, S.C., and Conway (S.C.) General        Library.                                    Friday, Capitol Street route:           The Citizens Crime Commission                               • • •
 Mae McCaskill Dyal of Hazlehurst; two                                                                                                 9:30-10:30 a.m. - Stubbs Towers                                                            The Chatham County Police will
 daughters, Mrs. Dianne Hattaway and            Hospital. He was a U.S. Navy veteran of           Monday, Lamarville route: 3-5                                                will host a forum for the candidates
                                                World War II and a member of Seventh          p.m. Dutchtown Kindergarten,             Bee Road at Anderson; 10:45 a.m. to     for mayor of Savannah at 2 p.m. to-             offer gun safety classes Tuesday,
 Mrs. Iris Love, both of Hazlehurst; three                                                                                             noon - Rose of Sharon Apartments,                                                       Wednesday and Saturday. The first
 sons, Ronnie Dyal of Bartow, Fla. ; Glenn      Day Adventist Church in Beaufort.             Rendant Apartments.                                                              day in the center ballroom of the De-
 Dyal of Hazlehurst and Randall Dyal of             Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Willie H.                                             322 E. Taylor St.; 1 p.m. - Chatham     Soto Hilton. The Downtown Neigh-                two classes will be from 7 to 9 p.m.
 Oxford, Ala.; two sisters, Mrs. Evelyn         Thomas of Yemassee; a daughter, Mrs.              Tuesday, no route.                   Apartments on Abercorn Street, 2        borhood Association will co-sponsor             at the Chatham County Police bar-
 Jones of Hazlehurst and Mrs. Opal Smith        Jan Pulaski of Varnville, S.C.; two sis-          Wednesday, East Savannah             p.m. - Williams Court Apartments.       the event.                                      racks on Hodgson Memorial Drive;
 of Demorest; 10 grandchildren and five         ters, Mrs. Carrie T. Hill and Mrs. Sallie                                                                                                                                      the Saturday class will be held from
 great-grandchildren.                           Herndon, both of Yemassee; and two                                                                                                            • • •                            9 a.m. to noon at the firing range at
      Funeral: Monday 3 p.m. in the chapel      grandchildren.                                                                                                                    The Community Cardiovascular                 Travis Field. The class is limited to
 of Wainright and Parlor Funeral Home.
 Burtal with military honors in the Phila-
                                                    Graveside services: 4 p.m. today in
                                                Ebenezer Cemetery in Yemassee.                       CONTINUING EDUCATION                                                      Council will focus on "staying in               35 people and the cost is $8 for am-
                                                     Peoples-Rhodan Funeral Home of                                                                                            treatment for high blood pressure"              munition. For more information call
 delphia Methodist Church Cemetery.                                                                                                                                            this week. For more information call            Debbie Joiner at 352-7780 between
      Wainright and Parlor Funeral Home          Hampton, S.C.
                                                                                                  MONDAY                               651-2550.                               the CCC at 232-6624.                            8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. weekdays.
  in Hazlehurst.                                 Wiley Daniels Sr.                               dBase IV, PART 1:5.30 p.m. to 8          SATURDAY                                            • • •                                           • • •
                                                     WAVERLY, - Wiley Daniels Sr., 79,        p.m., Mon./Thurs., May 20 - 23; Fee:        DISCIPLINE IN     THE
                                                 died Friday at the Southeast Georgia Re-                                                                                           Savannah/Chatham Adult Educa-                 Telfair Academy of Arts and Sci-
  Frank J. Gibson                                gional Medical Center in Brunswick after     $125, DCC. For information, call         DAYCARE SETTINGS a m . to               tion GED Graduation will be held in
                                                                                              DCC at 651-2550.                         noon, and 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. Satur- the Savannah Civic Center on June                     ences, 121 Barnard Street, will pres-
      LYONS - Frank J. Gibson, 91, of Rt.        a long illness.                                                                                                                                                               ent Larry S. Leake, a local preser-
  5, Lyons, died Friday at Memorial Medi-            The native of Johnson County worked         TUESDAY                               days, May 18; Fee: $15, SSC. For in- 10 at 5 p.m. All recent GED or Adult
  cal Center in Savannah of injuries in an                                                                                             formation, call SSC at 356-2243.                                                        vationist, in a Sunday Gallery talk
                                                 in the timber industry.                         INTRODUCTION TO WINDOWS                                                       High School Diploma graduates who               entitled "Private Dwellings, Public
  auto accident.                                     Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Ollie       3.1:6 p.m. to 8:30 p.m., Tue. - Thu.,        WORDPERFECT 5.1, WORK- have attended the program should
      The lifelong resident of Toombs Coun-      Beckham Daniels of Waverly; four                                                                                                                                              Spaces" at the museum. The Tel-
  ty was a retired building engineer and at-     daughters, Ellen Chavis of Lake City,        May 21- 23; Fee: $50, SSC. For infor-    SHOPS a.m. to noon, and 1 p.m. to 4 call 651-7311 for information about                 fair's Sunday Gallery Programs are
  tended Lyons Presbyterian Church.              S.C., Freddie demons of Fernandina           mation, call SSC at 356-2243.            p.m., Saturday, May 18; Fee: 80, graduation exercises.                                  free and open to the public. They are
      Surviving are two grandsons, Doyle         Beach, Fla., Annie Clyde Moore and Al-         THURSDAY
                                                                                                                                       SSC. For information, call SSC at                       • • •                           sponsored by the City of Savannah
  NeeSmith of Darien and Michael E.              ice Anderson, both of Midville; four sons,                                            356-2243.                                    The Armstrong State College                and the Savannah Arts Commission.
  NeeSmith of Charleston, S.C.; two grand-                                                      4th ANNUAL HAZARDOUS MA-
                                                 Wiley Daniels Jr. of Hortense, C.L. Dan-     TERIALS AND WASTE MANAGE-                    PRE-COLLEGE         ALGEBRA: 9 Community Band will present a
  daughters, Wanda J. Taylor and Joanne          iels of Kingsland, Joe Bill Daniels and                                                                                                                                                • • •
  Edwards, both of Lyons; five great-            Russell Daniels, both of Waynesville; one    MENT UPDATE TELECONFER-                  a.m. to noon and 4 p.m. to 3 p.m.; "Spring Concert in the Park" today               Phoenix Project of Union Mission
  grandsons, Jimmy and Eric Taylor,              sister, Mattie Williams of Ludowici; 17      ENCE: 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.,; Fee: $90,      Fee: $40, SSC. For information, call at 5 p.m. in the courtyard of the ASC , in conjunction with the Internation-
  Johnathan NeeSmith and Sammy Lee               grandchildren and seven great-grand-         DCC. For information, call DCC at        SSC at 356-2243.                        Fine Arts Building. For more infor- al Mobilization Against Aids, will
   Edwards, all of Lyons, and Daniel Brian       children.                                                                                                                     mation call 927-5325.                    sponsor the 8th Annual AIDS Ecu-
   McKay of Vidalia; two great-grand-                 Graveside service: 3 p.m. today at                                                                                                       • • •
   daughters, Cilica Napier of Atlanta and        Homeward Cemetery in Camden County.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        menical Service today beginning at 2
                                                                                                                                                                                    Gamma Sigma Omega chapter of p.m. at First Baptist Church on
   Lori Denise Edwards of Lyons; and sev-
   eral nieces and nephews.
                                                      Chambless Funeral Home, Nahunta.                                      KUDOS                                              Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc. Chippewa Square. For more infor-
      Funeral: 3 p.m. today at Ronnie L.         Alexander Kendrick                                                                                                            will present FASHIONETTA 1991 to- mation, call 236-1755.
  Stewart Funeral Service in Vidalia, buri-         PHILADELPHIA (AP) - Journalist                                                                                             day 6 p.m. at the Hyatt Regency Ho-                      • • •
  al in Lyons City Cemetery.                     Alexander Kendrick, who covered war,              Michael Purdy, has graduated        Kentucky Wesley an College.
                                                                                                                                           Laura Mobley, daughter of Mr         tel, 2 W. Bay Street. Donation is $10.     The National LSM Association
                                                 famine and the birth of Israel and wrote      from Limestone College with a BS                                                 For tickets, call 925-0646 or 236-2344.
                                                 a biography of Edward R. Murrow, has          degree.                                 and Mrs. Daniel H. Mobley, of Sa-                                                will hold it third annual national re-
  Mrs. Elizabeth S. Sheward                      died. He was 80.                                  William R. Harp Jr., son of Wil-    vannah, has been elected house                          • • •                    union in St. Louis June 19-23 for ail
      BRUNSWICK - Mrs. Elizabeth                     He died Friday of a heart attack at                                               board representative for Williams            Savannah Alumnae Chapter of persons who had served on any
  Smith Sheward, 68, died Saturday at                                                          liam Sr. and Barbara Harp, of Sa-
                                                 Hahnemann Hospital, said his brother,         vannah, and a senior at H.V. Jenkins    Residence Hall during the 1991-92 Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc. will LSM/LSMR type amphibious landing
  Southeast Georgia Regional Medical Cen-        Vic Kendrick.
  ter (formerly Glynn-Brunswick Memori-                                                        High school was recently awarded        academic year at Converse College. celebrate May Week today at 5 p.m. ship. The cutoff date to make guar-
  al Hospital) after a long illness.                 Kendrick worked with Murrow at CBS        the 1000 Club Scholarship by the            Elizabeth Brown, daughter of in the new School of Business at Sa- anteed hotel and activity reserva-
                                                 and wrote the biography "Prime Time"                                                  Mr.and Mrs. B.B. Don Brown, of Sa- vannah State College. Mrs Gwendo- tions is today. For more information
      The Savannah native had been a resi-       in 1969, followed by "The Wound Within,"      Gordon College Foundation to attend
  dent of Glyim County for the past 63           an analysis of American policy during         Gordon College in the fall.             vannah, will be one of four students lyn Goodman, Interim Superintend- call Richard S. Schatz, (413)
  years. She was a member of the McKen-          the Vietnam War, in 1974.                         Cedrk West, a junior at Stone       to display her interior design ren- ent of the Savannah-Chatham Coun- 774-2397.
  dree United Methodist Church and served            Kendrick began his career on the          Mountain Christian School was re-       derings in the Converse College
  in the Joy Sunday School and United            now-defunct Ledger newspaper and              cently selected as participant in the   B.F.A. Senior Design Show
  Methodist Women She was retired from           moved to the Philadelphia Inquirer's                                                      Heather Widman, daughter of
  the Jekyll Island Authority                                                                  Rowland Scholar Summer program
       Surviving are three daughters, Marie
                                                 Washington bureau. He worked briefly on       at Clark Atlanta University             Ms. Laurie B. Widman. of Savan-
                                                 the Honolulu Star-Bulletin before going to        Jeremy E. Miller II of Savannah     nah, has been awarded a Excellence
   Strickland, Mary Jones and Barbara An-        Siberia, his brother said
   gle, all of Brunswick; three brothers, Al-         With the outbreak of World War II.       has received the GEICO Achieve-         in Leadership Award at Converse
   fred D Smith, Franklin I Smith and            Kendrick was assigned by the Inquirer to       ment award scholarship and has         College.
   John C Smith, all of Savannah; eight          cover the Murmansk Run, when Ameri-           been inducted into the mortar board,        The Department of Languages,
   grandchildren, nine great-grandchildren       can freighters braved Nazi U-boats to         elected president of the UGA Insur      Literature and Dramatic arts at
   and several nieces and nephews                ferry supplies to the Soviet Union He         ance society and vice president ju-     Armstrong State College winners in
       Funeral 11 a.m Tuesday in McKen-
   dree United Methodist Church of Bruns-
                                                 went on to cover the Russian Front and         nior adviser of the Alpha Lambda       the first annual Inter-Collegiate
   wick, burial in Palmetto Cemetery
                                                 later Moscow Kendrick was reassigned           Delta honor society.                   English and Foreign Language Ora-
                                                 to Vienna after the war                           Thomas A. Kristiansen of Savan-     torical competition in the advanced
       Remembrances The Abiding Memo-                 He met Murrow on a trip to Rome and
   rial Fund of McKendree United Method-                                                        nah will be recognized as superior     french language competition, was
                                                  went to work for CBS as a radio and tele-
   ist Church                                     vision correspondent Kendrick covered         honor student during honors day        Stacy Ktage. from Georgia Southern
       Edo Miller and Sons in Brunswick          the birth of Israel in 194D                    ceremonies at Abraham Baldwin           University (First Placei. In Inter-
                                                                                                Agricultural College                   mediate French language competi-
                                                                                                   Michael J. Helraly son of Mr         tion, the winners were Tanya
                                                                                                and Mrs Hugh Helmly of Savannah,       Clarooi from the University of
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                                                                                                has been named to the Dean's list at    Georgia (Athens) i first place >; and
                                                                                                                                        Michel* Cowart . i second place i
                                                                                                                                        and Aim Williamson (third placet,
                                                                                                                                        both of Armstrong State College In
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                                                                                                                                        Intermediate Spanish Language
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