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Show Hide text for 1972 volume ( OCR) Text from Pages 1 - 216 of the 1972 volume: “ The Arch 1972 pgan as a drkainf the setting: a sri the players: men and women character ■ . Ives, The directors, producers, actors, stage crew, audiences, etc. have laft t f themselves; have given too much of their energies, resources, and time which, when slowly enmeshed in subsequent years have culminated in what we know as our pi -twn c Conscious of the inheritance we mUy " the 1972 ARCH forges out our purpose, .■■■ |L «• ' realizing that there cannot be a " Design Witt hout Con- trivances; Wonder Without Choice; Sub it ions To Purpose Without That _ yjinh Cculd Intend A Pui[m m- ' For ive have A-o,cc r c. • . - • ■. ' •--- •:- • ' ■ a tajhl In i et to piei : tea " " nd the dramatis sonae ivho have now too become c art of ■ eg m ot -..--, 1 " ' In the final curtain call of dents, when we stack the years past up against the year present, and address ourselves to the years future we ami -Analyze o ■jdphmenti, and with great vehemence let loose the utterance from the banks of our ' bowels: we are . , . " Moving On Up. " ' ' ■ • - .; w , ■ ' jc! ' mr:iie Elains McC-oyd ' . . - . ; " : - ? ., ' Edlitoi-i ' i-C ' ;» ::•; Fisher Hall St. Augustine ' s Campus Bacon Hall St. Augustine ' s Campus i Fla. Baptist Academy - Jacksonville, Fla. President and Mrs. Holley First Graduating Class Dedication . . . because the Class of 1972 culminates the first full four year graduating class from our new home site, following relocation from St. Augustine in 1968, we find it altogether fitting and proper — the dedication of the 1972 ARCH to our seniors who have endured — who have persevered. You who have gone every mile of the way, and have taken each day step by step are indicative of the struggle for survival in a too taxing world of both mental and physical capabilities. For once you pass through the ARCH, and leave your Alma Mater, the survival or annihilation of the world rests heavy upon your shoulders. ; ,. j .; s; ; : ; ; ,,,,;, ' ' ,,..- . THE MANY FACES OF OUR PRESIDENT ., —....?, ty -•„,-- - ■ AND Mr. William H. Turner Director of Placement and Community Relations w .. — Miss Lillie L. Jones Cooperative Education J Mr. Willie F. Cogdell Financial Aid Mrs. Betty Johnson College Nurse Dean Reuben S. Mitchell Dean of Men Mrs. Irene Fell English and Speech Mrs. Ida Ratcliffe English Miss LaChanze Harrison English Mr. Preston Adams Business Administration Mr. Wesley Thompson Chairman of the Department of Business Administration Dr. Karel Mareck Business Administration Economics ' i pj Miss Marcell E. Rhodriquez Business Administration Vets ' Round Table Discussion Stop, P.J. ! Mr. James H. Boykins History, Social Science Miss Jeanette Holston Urban Services Mrs. Sarah Hoo Social Science Dr. Jesse V. Vitello Urban Services, Criminal Justice Mr. George Newland Criminal Justice Miss Earnestine Cole Reading Mrs. Mary L. Smith Director of Motive-Testing ' ' •- ' " " ' Mr. Walter Hampshire English Mrs. Marilyn Ross English I ft L I Mrs. Agnes Cooper House Directress of Bacon Court Mrs. Willie E. Pete House Directress of Prime Dormitory Mrs. Boykin College Bookstore Miss M. F. Murray Director of Special Services Mr. Roscoe Webb Mrs. Shirley McKoy Mr. E. H. Burroughs Psychology Mrs. Doris N. Carter College Counselor Mrs. B. H. Puryear Director of Student Teaching Dr. Claire Orson Education Miss Birdie Travis Library Mr. Leroy Thompson Head Librarian Miss Rosa M. Gaskins Library Mrs. Lillie Thompson Cataloguer Library in St. Augustine ' Presenting the Black Almanac Mrs. Dorothy R. Baker Reading in Elementary School Mrs. Ernestine Cole Reading Lab Miss Louise Everett Reference Librarian Mrs. Maria VonBoross Librarian Mrs. Elaine McGahee Library Dr. C. Truett Smith Professor of Religion Rev. R. C. Carter Religion and College Minister Mrs. Nancy DeLaCova Spanish Mr. Arthur Smith Acting Chairman of the Department of Foreign Languages Mrs. Maria Marecek Foreign Languages PHY£ CAL EDUCATION Mrs. Mabel King Physical Education Physical Education Class at Live Oak ' : 4 Lions ' Coaching Staff Dr. Andrew VonBoross Physical Education Mr. John Price Music The Musical Monster Mrs. Annette Chesky Fine Arts 1 I ?■ J ■n-T Mr. W. C. Robinson Music - Fine Arts J -3 Dr. Ram K. Sharma Natural Science Dr. A. O. Kumin-Kumins Chairman the Department of Mathematics Mr. Theodore Gibson Biology Mr. William D. Hill, Jr. Chemistry " Cool " Troy Maintenance . I Mr. George Frazier Head of Maintenance ' -■1sK! BBB r Maintenance Staff Cafeteria Staff Mr. Charles Cooper Food Service Director P I y« Miss Mildred E. Marquis Secretary to the Dean Miss Gloria J. Nabors Business Office Mrs. Daisy C. Taylor Secretary to the Placement Director Mrs. Veronica Floyd Secretary to the Dean of Students Miss Delores Murray Secretary to the Director of Student Teaching Mrs. Roberta Lee Faculty Secretary Miss Devarn Murray President ' s Office Mrs. Jeanette Brookins Secretary, President ' s Office Mrs. JoAnn Kemp Switchboard Miss Irene Larkin Faculty Secretary Mrs. Jacqueline Green Administrative Assistant to the Registrar Dr. John L. Wilson Special Assistant to the President Mr. Willie F. Cogdell Director of Financial Aid Mr. Paul G. King Business Manager Mr. Freddie Gallot Chief Accountant K " Your name is Marty Harrison. " The Big Three rap session Cassandra Smith MISS FLORIDA MEMORIAL COLLEGE I Dr. Puryear about to crown MISS FMC of 1971-72 MISS FMC taking her bows MISS FMC gracefully approaches her throne Ellen Walkine MISS BAHAMIAN STUDENT ASSOCIATION Betty Brooks MISS SOPHOMORE Deborah Jagoe MISS PRIME DORM Maili IN ' ■ If " ■ .. ' ■»■ A . p 4I ' In - Gayle Simmons MISS JUNIOR Andrea Cooper MISS INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB Debra White MISS PENTACOSTAL CLUB MISS PHI BETA SIGMA Linda Bullard MISS STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION . . . and she will help us in our fund raising campaign. Second Attendant Miss Donita Rolle (sec- ond from right) and company Was beautiful . . . reauy CAMPUS VETERANS ASSOCIATION The Vets i ' " ' ■ " J I Are Doing It CIRCLE K CLUB Move on up with Circle K K ' J _f - a ■. ' President - Charles Culver , m We ' re outstanding BUSINESS CLUB The Business Club President - Lawrence Wilson PHYSICAL EDUCATION f v. ■ • " •-■ David Wilson - President r ; , ' - ' MAJORS Physical Education Majors are moving on up ... up . . .up ALPHA PHI OMEGA Service Fraternity Move on up through service with Alpha Phi Omega STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION Installation Ceremony for S. G. A. Officers r- ' » -,.. Ills Malcolm Roberts S G A • P R E S I D E N T Theodothia Williams Vice President WE TRY NOT TO YIELD TO OUR PERSONAL WHIMS . . NOR SUCCUMB TO THE BITTER CRITICISMS AND REGRETFUL REASONING POWER OF THE MASSES . . . ■ ■ ' ■ " • Charles Dailey Sophomore Representative BUT TO ACHIEVE FOR ALL m i!f , .-.-«.. Y. M. C. A. Princess Dunham - President Sponsors - Miss Rosa Gaskins Mrs. L. Thompson M O D E R N D A N C E G R O U P Justine Redding - President An African Movement I N T E R N S . ■ ., . - - ,- ' ■;- F A L L 7 1 un " They ' re Doing It Too . . . Movin ' On Up F. M. C. ' s © v CONCERT BAND f ,r JT 51 ? ' . : 1 I F. M. C. ' s CHOIR I I ' s 1 V They ' re Really Doing It Mr. John Price - Director The James and Rosamond John- son Ensemble, under the direction of Mr. John Price, was organized at Florida Memorial College in 1968 as a smaller unit of the large concert choir. The group ' s name is derived from the names of the two prolific Johnson brothers who taught at the College during the turn of the century, and who also were the authors of the Negro Na- tional Anthem, " Lift Ev ' ry Voice and Sing. " The Ensemble has traveled ex- tensively throughout the United States and performs annually at Easter time in Naussau, Bahamas. During the 1971-72 school year, the unit made concert appearances in Jacksonville, Gainesville, and other cities throughout Florida, including numerous local engage- ments. A film of the Ensemble ' s famed rendition of James Weldon John- son ' s " God ' s Trombones " was made at Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton. The Repertoire of the group ranges from the sacred songs of the early Renaissance to the present day Black gospel ar- rangements. Secular music, show tunes, and popular music are also a specialty of the Ensemble. WOMEN ' S SENATE SPEECH CHOIR If Y. W. C. A. h . Audrey Williams - President 4 % • ; ? c A N « D I V FROM OUR FILES ... v , ,.. $. M I WONDER EVERYBODY WHAT IS THINKING ? ... :._ .i CHARLES ALBURY San Salvador, Bahamas Physical Education Biology Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Alpha Kappa Mu Honor Society, P.E.M. Club, Lion ' s Den, Track Team, Yearbook Staff, B.S.A. JACQUELYN ELEANOR AKINS Jacksonville, Florida Elementary Education Early Childhood Education Women ' s Senate, Y.W.C.A., Yearbook Staff, Jacksonville Clique RICHARD ANDERSON Quincy, Florida History Physical Education Lion ' s Den, Y.M.C.A., Men ' s Senate, C.V.A., Alpha Phi Omega Fraternity, Crescent Club MARGARET WAND BARBER St. Augustine, Florida Elementary Education Kindergarten Yearbook Staff, Library Club P.S.M., Y.W.C.A. PAUL BODIE Nassau, Bahamas Business Administration Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Pres. - Men ' s Senate, Alpha Kappa Mu Honor Society, S.G.A. B.S.A. BEATRICE BOSTON Palmetto, Florida Elementary Education Art Off-Campus Organization WILLIE BRINSON Palmetto, Florida Business Administration Economics Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Alpha Kappa Mu Honor Society, S.G.A., Business Club, Y.M.C.A., Pan Hellenic Council, Yearbook Staff SAMUEL BRYANT Ocala, Florida Biology Chemistry Choir, Alpha Phi Omega Service Fraternity, Int ' l Relations Club, Circle K, Science Club, Baptist Student Union, Student Coun- selor, Men ' s Senate, Y.M.C.A. Social Science Choir, Drama Club, Y.W.C.A., Women ' s Senate, Pres. -Pente- costal Student Movement Urban Services RUBY BROWN Nassau, Bahamas Business Administration Bahamian Student Association, Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Business Club, F.M.C. Players WILLIE MAE BURROUGHS Bartow, Florida Elementary Education Kindergarten Y.W.C.A., Women ' s Senate, N.E.A., F.E.A., Baptist Student Union, Senior Editor of Arch SHARON CALLAHAN Fort Myers, Florida Business Administration Physical Education Y.W.C.A., Women ' s Senate JAMES CARSON Pompano Beach, Florida Social Science Criminology Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Senior Class officer, N.E.A., F.E.A.,C.V.A. PHILIP CLARKE, JR. Nassau, Bahamas Religion History Minister CAROLYN CLARKSON Miami, Florida Elementary Education Early Childhood Education Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, N.E.A,,F.E.A. . LOVEY T. CLAYTON Miami, Florida Business Administration Economics C.V.A., V.F.W. Post 10098 J.F., A.M. of W., Business Club NATHANIEL CODY Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Sociology Criminal Justice C.V.A., Off Campus Organiza- tion, Northwest Jaycees, Lion ' s Den GAIL COGDELL Fayetteville, North Carolina Urban Services Women ' s Senate, Y.W.C.A., Pyramid Club, Miss Pyramid, Off Campus Organization JOSEPHINE COLLIE Ft. Lauderdale, Florida Mathematics I f i CAROLYN CONAWAY Ft. Lauderdale, Florida Urban Services History Mekits CAMILLA E. CONEY Miami, Florida Elementary Education SAMUEL CONNER, JR. Miami, Florida Business Administration Economics Yearbook Staff, Business Club, Off-Campus Organization BETTY COOK Miami, Florida Elementary Education Kindergarten Delta Sigma Theta Sorority JESSIE COWINS Miami, Florida English Education Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Alpha Kappa Mu, S.G.A., N.E.A., F.E.A., Off-Campus Organization SANDRA CRANE Callahan, Florida Urban Services Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority DESSIE M. CROCKETT Miami, Florida Social Science Off- Campus Organization Y.W.C.A. GREGORY CULMER Nassau, Bahamas Business Administration Y.W.C.A. VIVIAN CULP Jacksonville, Florida Mathematics Psychology Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Senior Class Officer, Natl Ass. Sec. -Alpha Kappa Mu, Yearbook CHARLES CULVER Melbourne, Florida General Science Mathematics Yearbook Staff, Karate Club, Fencing Club, Omega Psi Phi Fraternity WILLIE L. CUNIGAN Live Oak, Florida Business Administration Business Law Pres.-Y.W.C.A., Senior Class President, Archery Club, Pre- Alumni Council, V. Pres. -Alpha Phi Omega Service Fraternity, S.G.A., Circle K Club, Pente- costal Movement, Mens Senate BLANCHE CURE Dania, Florida Elementary Education N.E.A., Off-Campus Organizatic MAVIS DARLING Nassau, Bahamas Urban Services Psychology Bahamian Student Association, Y.W.C.A. SANDRA DAVIS Miami, Florida English Education Off-Campus Organization EVANDER DERICO, JR. Pompano Beach, Florida Biology Chemistry N.E.A. GEORGE DERICO Pompano Beach, Florida Elementary Education N.E.A. , F.S.T.A., B. Y.M.C.A., Men ' s Senate, and Field Team, F.E.A. WYVONNE DeCARLO DOLTIE Orlando, Florida English Treas.-S.G.A., Sec.-Pentacostal Movement, Women ' s Senate, Dormitory Counselor, N.E.A. FREDDIE LEE DOUGLAS, JR. Havana, Florida Physical Education Recreation Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Men ' s Senate, Off-Campus Organiza- JOHNNY DUNCOMBE Goulds, Florida Physical Education P.E.M..B.S.A. JAMES WALTER ECCLES Pensacola, Florida Elementary Education Fine Arts Alpha Phi Omega Service Fra- ternity, College Choir, S.G.A., Circle K Club, B.S.U., Y.M.C.A. JACQUELYN EDWARDS St. Petersburg, Florida Urban Services-Social Welfare Criminal Justice DELLA DUNNOM Miami, Florida Elementary Education Archonian Club, N.E.A., S.G.A. f MILDRED EDWARDS Jacksonville, Florida Elementary Education Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, N.E.A. V ARLETHA P. EPHRAM Miami, Florida Elementary Eduation Music S.G.A., Off-Campus Organization BETTY JEAN FERGERSON Hobe Sound, Florida Urban Services-Social Welfare Social Science Women ' s Senate RUTH FERGUSON Miami, Florida Business Administration Music Off-Campus Organization 1 BLONEVA FLOWERS Miami, Florida Elementary Education Physical Education Library Club, Y.W.C.A., N.E.A., Off-Campus Organization KOTELIA FLOYD Pensacola, Florida Education Social Science Women ' s Senate, Pan Hellenic Council, Junior Class President, S.G.A., Library Club, Dean of Pledgees - Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority PATRICIA FLOYD Tampa, Florida Urban Services Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Women ' s Senate, S.G.A., B.S.U. ALFRED FORBES Nassau, Bahamas Physical Education Drama Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Pres.-B.S.A., Yearbook staff, Coach-Girls Softball Team GLORIA FORD Live Oak, Florida Elementary Education N.E.A., F.E.A., Mekits, B.S.U., Women ' s Senate V JANICE FORSETT Bartow, Florida Urban Services Psychology Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, 1st Attendant, Miss F.M.C., B.S.A. EDITH FOSTER Lakeland, Florida Elementary Education Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, N.E.A., F.E.A., Miss Prime KENNETH R. FOSTER St. Elizabeth, Jamaica Business Administration Economics Pres. -International Relations LINDA CAROL FRANCIS Green Coves Spring, Florida Elementary Education N.E.A., F.E.A., Yearbook Staff, B.S.U. BETTY BECKETT FREDRICK West Palm Beach, Florida Elementary Education N.E.A., F.E.A. NANCY GATES Pampano Beach, Florida Elementary Education Psychology Women ' s Senate, N.E.A. DEOLA GIBBS Jacksonville, Florida Elementary Education Delta Sigma Thet; N.E.A., F.E.A. WILBERT GIBSON, JR. Washington, D.C. History Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Pan Hellenic Council, Y.W.C.A., N.E.A., F.E.A., S.G.A., Track Team, Playboys ' Club BLONDELL GILLIAM Fort Pierce, Florida Accounting Off-Campus Organization ' ' r ALFREDA GRAY Ft. Myers, Florida Elementary Education Early Childhood Education Delta Sigma Theta Sorority EDNA GRAYSON Selma, Alabama Elementary Education Early Childhood Education N.E.A., Pan Hellenic Council, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority ENDOLYN HALL St. Augustine, Florida Business Administration Women ' s Senate, Y.W.C.A., Li- brary Club CAROLYN HARRIS Jacksonville, Florida Elementary Education Women ' s Senate, Yearbook Staff, N.E.A., F.E.A., Jacksonian Club, Baptist Student Union EDNA MAE HARRIS Live Oak, Florida Business Administration Economics Pres. - Delta Sigma Theta Soror- ity, Y.W.C.A., Nat ' l Council of Negro Women, B.S.U., S.G.A., Women ' s Senate, Roland Johnson Ensemble, Senior Class Officer, Pan Hellenic Council, Business Club, St. Chrmn. - SUSGA FRANCES GRACE HART Nassau, Bahamas Elementary Education Zeta Phi Beta Sororit Y.W.C.A., S.G.A. PRUDENCE HARRISON Miami, Florida Business Administration Women ' s Senate, Off-Campus Organization, Future Business Leaders of FMC JIMMY HOLDEN Jasper, Florida History Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Men ' s Senate, Parliamentarian- S.G.A. MAXINE JOHNSON HOLDEN Bartow, Florida Elementary Education Women ' s Senate, Off-Campus Organization, N.E.A. GWENDOLYN HUDSON Riviera Beach, Florida Elementary Education Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Pan Hellenic Council BARBARA HUNT Miami, Florida Urban Services Early Childhood Education Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Li- brary Club, Y.W.C.A. EVELYN JACKSON Miami, Florida Physical Education Health Education, N.E.A. , F.E.A., Band, Physical Educa- tion Club, Library Club. HAROLD JACKSON Gainesville, Florida English Music Choir, Circle K Club, Baptist Student Union, Men ' s Senate, Lion ' s Den, Campus Life Com- mittee, Drama Club ROSA T. JACKSON Miami, Florida History DEBORAH GLORITA JAGOE Pompano Beach, Florida Elementary Education Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Women ' s Senate, Student N.E.A., F.E.A., Miss Prime Dormitory HARRIET CARMEN JAMES Ft. Lauderdale, Florida Elementary Education JOAN JAMES St. Augustine, Florida Urban Services Women ' s Senate, Y.W.C.A. FAYE JERIDO Lake Placid, Florida Elementary Education N.E.A., Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Chorus, Pentecostal Student Movement, Yearbook Staff, Miss Pentecostal, S.G.A., F.E.A., Y.W.C.A. HAROLD JEFFERSON Sanderson, Florida Biology Chemistry Science Club, N.E.A., Senate, Archery Club BETTY F. JOHNSON Yulee, Florida Elementary Education Early Childhood Education Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, N.E.A. CLIFFORD LEONARD JOHNSON Lakeland, Florida Elementary Education International Relations Club, Y.M.C.A., Library Club, Pente- costal Movement, Baptist Train- ing Union, Circle K Club V FRANK JOHNSON Nassau, Bahamas Physical Education Health Education Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Men ' s Senate, Bahamian Stu- dent Association, Baseball Team, Get-A-Way Express Band ' -. HERMAN JOHNSON Brooksville, Florida Business Administration Economics Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Men ' s Senate, Y.M.C.A., S.G.A., Year- book staff, Circle K Club, Busi- ness Club, Pan Hellenic Council ELAINE JONES Orlando, Florida English Education JACQUELINE JONES St. Augustine, Florida Business Administration Women ' s Senate, Y.W.C.A., S.G.A. Representative, Library Club, Business Club ' ' ;■ ' ■■ PATRICIA CULPEPPER JONES Miami, Florida Business Administration Economics Welfare Committee, Future Business Leaders of F.M.C., Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Newspaper Staff JOAN KIRKLAND Palatka, Florida Mathematics Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, N.E.A., F.E.A., Library Club, S.G.A. , Baptist Student Union, Treasurer-Prime Dormitory, Science Club SHIRLEY LARRY Homestead, Florida Urban Services Women ' s Senate, Off-Campus Organization QUEEN LAMPKIN Miami, Florida Elementary Education Y.W.C.A., Women ' s Senate, Student N.E.A. TERCENA R. LAWRENCE Nassau, N. P. Bahamas Business Administration Accounting Business Club, Bahamian Stu- dents Association JUNE MAXWELL LEE Jacksonville, Florida Elementary Education N.E.A., S.G.A. OTIS LEE Miami, Florida Physical Education N.E.A., F.E.A. Physical Educa- tion Club BRUCE LIGHTBOURNE Sandy Port, Bahamas Business Administration Alpha Kappa Mu, B.S.A., Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity ARTHUR LINDSEY, JR. Miami, Florida Elementary Education History N.E.A. ROSINA LYNCH Augusta, Georgia Elementary Education Off-Campus Organization, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority BYRON MARSHALL Jacksonville, Florida Urban Services Social Science Men ' s Senate, Jacksonian ' s Y.M.C.A. JACQUELYN MARSHALL Nassau, Bahamas English Education Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Bahami- an Student Association MAE BELL MARTIN Dade City, Florida Business Administration Y.W.C.A., Baptist Student Union, S.G.A., Business Club, Mekits Club DELORES MATHIS Miami, Florida Elementary Education Delta Sigma Theta Sorority CAROLYN MILLER Riveria Beach, Florida Elementary Education N.E.A.,F.E.A. CONSTANCE MILLER Miami, Florida Physical Education N.E.A., F.E.A., Physical Educa- tion Club SHARON GWENETTE MILLER Miami, Florida Physical Education Physical Education Club, Cheer- leader, Basketball Team MARCELLA MINGO Miami, Florida Business Administration Off-Campus Organization, Bus- iness Club SMITHA MOORE Brooksville, Florida Urban Services Baptist Student Union, Y.W.C.A., Women ' s Senate, Li- brary Club, Delta Pyramid. S.G.A. FLORA MORICE Melbourne, Florida Elementary Education Women ' s Senate, N.E.A. DAISY ELAINE MYERS Miami, Florida Elementary Education N.E.A.,F.E.A. ANNA MICHELLE McBRIDE Miami, Florida Elementary Education Kindergarten Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Off- Campus Organization FERRELL McBRIDE Jacksonville, Florida History Psychology Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Circle KClub, S.G.A., Y.M.C.A. JOYCE E. McBRIDE Pompano Beach, Florida Elementary Education Women ' s Senate, N.E.A., F.E.A. JOHNNIE ELAINE McCLOUD Jacksonville, Florida Urban Services Editor-in-Chief 1972 Arch, Sweetheart of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, S.G.A., Women ' s Senate CHARLES K. McCOY Opa Locka, Florida Urban Services Campus Veterans ' Association, Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity H. ELAINE McCOY Ft. Lauderdale, Florida English Education FMC Players, Women ' s Senate, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, S.G.A. THADDEUS McDONALD Nassau, Bahamas Urban Services Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Bahamian Student Association ELAINE McGAHEE Miami, Florida Business Administration Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Li- brary Club, Business Club joanne Mclaughlin Jacksonville, Florida English Education Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority mary e. Mclaughlin South Bay, Florida Elementary Education English Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Li- brary Club, Women ' s Senate, N.E.A.,F.E.A. BEVERLY JEAN McNAIR Jacksonville, Florida Elementary Education Basileus - Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Archery Club, Women ' s Senate, N.E.A., F.E.A. Jackson- ian Association EUGENE CHARLES NAIRN Nassau, Bahamas Accounting Kappa Alpha Psi F raternity, Business Club, Baseball Team, Bahamian Student Association, Fencing Team ROBERT L. NESMITH, JR. Miami, Florida Business Administration Economics College Veterans ' Association, Business Manager-Business Club, VFW 10098. TINA NICKSON Port St. Joe, Florida Elementary Education Early Childhood Education Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, N.E.A., Women ' s Senate, Y.W.C.A. MARCIA NORTH Nassau, Bahamas Accounting Bahamian Student Association, Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, S.G.A, Representative FREDERICK DELANO PHILPOT Miami, Florida Elementary Education Alpha Phi Omega Service Fra- ternity, Track Team CECIL RALPH ROBERTS Stuart, Florida Religious Education Sociology Alpha Phi Omega Service Fra- ternity, Chaplin-S.G.A. NELSON H. ROBERTS Miami, Florida Elementary Education History C.V.A., Treasurer-N.E.A. VALORIE ROBERTS Orlando, Florida Elementary Education N.E.A.,F.E.A. BETTYE CURE ROBERTSON Miami, Florida Elementary Education Early Childhood Education Off-Campus Association, Basil- eus-Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Women ' s Senate, Pan Hellenic Council, Baptist Student Union, Speech Choir, N.E.A. IDA ROBINSON Miami, Florida Urban Services Concert Band, S.G.A., Women ' s Senate, F.E.A., Yearbook Staff MICHAEL ROBINSON Melbourne, Florida History Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Men ' s Senate, Band, Y.M.C.A. JANE DELORIS ROGERS Franklin, Virginia Urban Services Education New Yorkers ' Clique f DONITA ROLLE Nassau, Bahamas English Mass Communications Lampodas Sweetheart, Miss Omega Psi Phi, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Lambda Iota Tau, Lion ' s Den, The Lamp, 2nd Attendant-Miss F.M.C. MARVA RUSSELL Nassau, Bahamas Social Science Education Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Bahami- an Student Association, Pan Hellenic Council CHARLES SAMPSON Ocala, Florida Urban Services Business Administration Basketball Team-Varsity F KAREN SANDS St. Augustine, Florida Health and Physical Education Biology Physical Education Majors Club ANDREW EDISON SCOTT St. Petersburg, Florida Chemistry Biology Off-Campus Student Organiza- tion, Science Club DEBORAH SCOTT Nassau, Bahamas Business Administration Women ' s Senate, Y.W.C.A., Bahamian Student Association, Business Club FRANCENA SHAW Bunnell, Florida Elementary Education Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, N.E.A., F.E.A. ELDORA SIMS Miami, Florida Physical Education Psychology Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Archery Club, Miss Senior, Physical Ed- ucation Club SONJA THOMAS SLATER Punta Gorda, Florida Urban Services Baptist Student Movement, Women ' s Senate, Off-Campus Organization CASSANDRA T. SMITH Miami, Florida Business Administration Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Miss F.M.C., Drama Club, Business Club, S.G.A. DORA SMITH Miami, Florida Elementary Education Early Childhood Education i- , JEFFERY A. SMITH West End, Grand Bahamas Business Administration Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Pan Hellenic Council, Year Book Staff, Business Club, Get-A-Way Express Band « HALCYSON STEWARTSON Kingston, Jamaica Social Science Psychology Y.W.C.A., Women ' s Senate %■■■ ' ■ ' SYLVIA SILAS SMITH Miami, Florida English Education Women ' s Senate, Pyramid Club, Off-Campus Organization, N.E.A. TIMOTHY WARDELL SMITH Miami, Florida Business Administration Economics Business Club WAYNE SYMMONETT Nassau, Bahamas Elementary Education Bahamian Student Association Track Team JULIA B. THOMAS St. Augustine, Florida Elementary Education Women ' s Senate, N.E.A., F.E.A. ' MARTHA THOMAS Miami, Florida Crimouology Modern Dance Group ERNEST THOMPKINS Melbourne, Florida Business Administration Business Education Alpha Phi Omega Service Fra- ternity, Archery Team, Fencing Team, Y.M.C.A., Library Club, Year Book staff, Men ' s Senate, S.G.A. CLAUDE THOMPSON Miami, Florida Elementary Education History National Education Association SHIRLEY WADE Orlando, Florida Urban Services Social Welfare Band, Bapti t Student Union, CHARLES J. WALKER Jacksonville, Florida Religion Urban Services Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Min- isters Fellowship, S.G.A., Senior Class Officer DEDRA WHITE Orlando, Florida Business Administration Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Business Club V ELIZABETH WIGFALL Cross, South Carolina History Dean of Pledgees-Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Women ' s Senate, Pres. -Prime Dormitory, Archery Club, Y.W.C.A., Pan Hellenic Council HERBERT WILBERT Jacksonville, Florida Physical Education N.E.A., F.E.A., P.E.M. Club ANNETTE WILLIAMS Miami, Florida Elementary Education Library Club, N.E.A., Sigma Theta Sorority MARIAN LaVERNE WILLIAMS West Hollywood, Florida Social Science Off-Campus Organization, Y.W.C.A., S.G.A. PAUL WILLIAMS Nassau, Bahamas Business Administration Music Pres.-Kappa Alpha Psi Fraterni- ty, Drama Club, Get-A-Way Ex- press Band, Men ' s Senate, As- sistant Editor-in-Chief 71, Year Book Staff, Pan-Hellenic Coun- cil, B.S. A., Business Club THEODOTHIA WILLIAMS St. Augustine, Florida English Women ' s Senate, Choir, S.G.A., Lion ' s Den, P.E.M. Club IONA WILSON Madison, Florida Urban Services Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority LAWEBENCE BERNABD WILSON Jacksonville, Florida Business Administration Economics Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Pres. -Business Club, Men ' s Sen- BERNADETTE WRIGHT Dade City, Florida Urban Services Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Y.W.C.A. CAROLYN WRIGHT Pompano, Florida Elementary Education Business Education Women ' s Senate, Y.W.C.A. Bap tist Student Union Association JANE WRIGHT Brooksville, Florida Urban Services Pan-Hellenic Council Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, S.G.A. SAMUEL J. WRIGHT Bartow, Florida Physical Education Biology P.E.M. Club, Vice Pres.-S.G.A., Basileus - Omega Psi Phi Fra- ternity ALPHONSO DIPLIOLA WYNN Quincy, Florida Business Administration Economics Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Fenc- ing team, Business Club, Pan- Hellenic Council, S.G.A. Men ' s Senate EDNA YOUNG Bartow, Florida Elementary Education Choir, Baptist Student Move- ment, S.G.W., N.E.A., Women ' s Senate, F.E.A., Y.W.C.A. CYNTHIA THERESA ZEIGLER Tampa, Florida Elementary Education Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority KATRINE WILLIAMS Miami, Florida Elementary Education N.E.A., F.E.A., Library Club SANDRA BASS Pensacola, Florida Urban Services Women ' s Senate, Y.W.C.A. PATRICIA MILLIGAN St. Augustine, Florida Business Administration Business Club, Women ' s Senate " Saying that final good-bye " ! GLADYS OSBORNE Ft. Lauderdale, Florida Urban Services Y.W.C.A.; Women ' s Senate PHYLLIS WASHINGTON Ft. Lauderdale, Florida Business Administration Y.W.C.A. 1 1 " Give me my ... I am gone! ' Prime Hall P.O. Box 29 Florida Memorial College December 10, 1971 Dear Mama Daddy, I just left the business office, and they say I still owe $350 more. I called out to Sunland today, and my job is still opened out there. I was getting so far behind in my studies that I just had to stop for a while. It ' s hard for both of you I know, and I wonder if I just shouldn ' t come on home and get a job to help you with the other children. Sometimes I get so tired and I wonder how I ' m going to make it through another year. You ' ve sacrificed so much for me these three years; each time I feel like throwing up my hands I think about how tired and weary you both must be. I know I ' m the luckiest girl in the world to have a mama and daddy like you two. Tell Elaine and Josie I said to start cleaning up our room because I ' ll soon be home for the Christmas break. Hello to everybody. Mama don ' t you work so hard, and daddy you slow down too. All my love, Annie P.S. You ' re right, I have come too far now to give up. Gwendolyn Barnes Orlando, Florida Alma Black Lacoochee, Florida Jacquelyn R. Brown | Ft. Lauderdale, Florida Castell Burgess Fort Lauderdale, Florida Arthurene Cabbie Pensacola, Florida Nancy Coombs Jacksonville. Florida Evelena B. Cotton Jacksonville, Florida Annie Denson Miami, Florida Princess Dunham Ft. Myers, Florida Connie Dials St. Petersburg, I ' l(ii id;l Shelton Floyd St. Mary ' s, Georgi Joseph Ferguson Nassau, Bahamas James Francis Fort Lauderdale, Florida Bessie Freeman Panama City, Florida Clatties E. Hill Jacksonville, Florida Nolie Johnson Newport News, Virginia Shirley Jones Quincy, Florida Thomasyna Kelly Jacksonville, Michael Lang West Palm Beach, u George Lowery Newark, New Jersey ? V Lorraine McKenzie Nassau, Bahamas Gwendolyn Mays Florida City, Florida Lucinamae Newbold Nassau, Bahamas Oscar Miller Nassau, Bahamas Malachi Lundy Long Bay Cays, Andros Paulette Nelson Plant City, Florida Janice Quarterman West Palm Beach, Justine Redding Jacksonville, Florida Betty Jean Robinson Pompano Beach, Florida Calvin Bernard Smith Malone, Florida Fern Singleton Green Cove Springs, Florida Cassandra Nadyne Smith Florida City, Florida Georgeline A. Smith Ardmore, Pennsylvania 4 Mary L. Thomas Evansville, Indiana Rosemary Thurston Nassau, Bahamas Joel Thompson Nassau, Bahamas Barbara Tibbs Panama City, Florida Diana Underhill Hollywood, Florida Robert Tutson Jacksonville, Florida Sandra White Miami, Florida Frank A. White Panama City, Florida Audrey D. Williams Hastings, Florida Dianne C. Williams Miami, Florida Janice A. Wright Plant City, Florida Ft. Lauderdale, Florida Dorothy Burgains Miami, Florida Cynthia Blake Lossie Borders Jeffrey Brown Linda Bullard f Charles Collier Lester Cook Andrea Cooper John Cooper Bernice Davis LaDoris Graham Katherine Greene 7 Oreda Grisham William Gully Geraldine Hamilton Jerome Holman Hattie Jackson James Johnson Ruby Johnson Jimmy Jones Alma Jean King Sharon Levarity Angela McCloud Dannie McGill Janice MeKenzie JoAnn Manning Larry Maynard Carol Mitchell Talfred Mullins Cornelia Norris Barbara Rutland Raymond Sellers Catherine Taylor Jackie Thomas Harrison Thompson Edward Turner Brenda Williams _ i Left to right: Freshman Class Officers: Norma Jean Miller, Carolyn Eason, Benjamin Randolph, Ruth Howard, Asonja Lightsey, Shirley Porter, Conley Hughes Jr. (Pres.) $ • m Dawn Adams Ruenette Adams Elizabeth Anderson Eugene Andrews Edwin Armstrong Betty Baxter Debra Beard Mario Bell Melvina Bell Lauriette Bethel Vincent Brown Gaynell Burnett Betty Bush Jerry Calhoun Joycelyn Bowe ;. _ Renee Chase Douglas Cook Izeal Cooper Calvin Counts Stella Davis Kenneth Dillard Carolyn Eason Paul Ellis Sparkman Ferguson Thomas Ferguson Bidinia Gadsen Odie Green Stephanie Greene Cheryl Hadley Kevin Hanna Carol Harris James Hill Theodore Hill Ruth Howard Jacquelyn Jackson Shirley Jackson Charles James Cheryl James Rosemary Jenkins Ronald Johnson Rose Johnson Brenda Jones Sandra Jones Velma Jones Mary Joyce Carolyn Justice Linda Laws Jackie Lewis Asonja Lightsey Dorothy Livingston Vivian Lockwood Gwendolyn Long Delia McCloud Barbara McCoy Gregory McCoy Vivian McCray ▼ eginald McKnight Lawrence McPherson Mattie McQueen Sandra Matthews Norma Miller Ruby Minter Virginia Minter Larry Moore Herschel Nicholson Delores Perkir Rickey Perkins 1 ' ' ■■■ ' •■ Mary Polk Shirley Porter Bettye Powell Brenda Prince Charlene Ratcliffe Benjamin Randolph Eldre Redding Robert Redding Laverne Rentz Sarah Roberts Ronald Robinsc Jenkin Rolle Matthew Rose Gail Saunders Yvette Seymour Regina Slydell Janice Small . ii ' VA ' AAA; Margaret Smith Arlinda Stephens Ruth Strachan Andrea Strong Ronald Strong © Hh Laureetha Walker Thelma Walker Ellen Walkine William Walkine Albert Ware Linda Ware Sara Waterman Stella Way Johnny Webbs Sherman White David Wilcox Annie Williams ,-- Linda Williams Mary Williams Raymond Williams Althea Wilson tP I Jimmie Workman Clarissa Wright Clinton Wright Deborah Wright Marcian Mortimer Joyce Wilson Judy Wilson Frank " Tuco " Johnson EXPRESS 3 Paul " Otis " Bodie mm U N L I M I T E D Paul " Pablo " Williams Organist hr c w PAN HELLENIC COUNCIL Greeks across the square table Mary Bentley - President Mr. Leroy Thompson, Sponsor ALPH KAPPA ALPHA Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority is a national Greek - Letter society orga- nized at Howard University, Wash- ington, D.C., in January of 1908. The Delta Eta Chapter was established on February 6, 1954. The motto of Alpha Kappa Alpha is " By Merit And Cul- ture. " SORORITY INC. Toni Jordan - Basileus A. K. A. Train Moving on up ALPHA PHI ALPHA FRATERNITY INC. Alpha Phi Alpha was the first fraternity of its kind in the United States. The fraterni- ty was founded on December 4, 1906, at Cornell University, Ithaca, New York. The Delta Psi chapter was started on April 24, 1954. Throughout its history, Alpha Phi Alpha has maintained its high ideals and lofty aims. Charles Albury Alfred Forbes Joseph Ferguson Frank Johnson Michael Malcolm Thaddeus McDonald Janice Forsette Queen of Alpha Phi Alpha Mary Thomas Sweetheart of Alpha Phi Alpha Greg Christie President jf •■ Clattis Hill Mary McLaughlin Joanne Manning Joanne Kirkland Cassandra Smith Paulette Nelson Deloris Mathis W T% Wp |, Jp i ¥ Gwendolyn Barnes Barbara Hunt Lorraine McKenzie Shirley McBride Annette Williams DELTA SIGMA THETA Bernadette Wright Gail Cogdell Elaine McGahee Brenda Williams Jane Wright Audrey Williams Alfreda Gray Cassandra T. Smith Paulette Davis Edna Harris SORORITY INC. THE PYRAMIDS ARE ON FIRE! ! ! Founder ' s Day Assembly Soror Barbara Aranah-Guest Speaker The Lamps started out 14 strong . marching on to Omega land . Omega Psi Phi Fraternity was founded at Howard University, Washington, D.C. on November 17, 1911. The Kappa Gamma Chapter was founded at Florida Normal Industrial Memorial College (today Florida Memorial) in 1954. This chapter has made significant contributions to the College by its spon- soring of academic and social events, promotion of school spirit, and its whole-hearted effort to beautify the campus. w PSI v - _ Memorial Services for the Herman Johnson ZETA PHI BETA The Zeta Phi Beta Sorority was founded on Howard University ' s Campus, January 16, 1920. It was suggested to Arizona Clever by Charles S. Taylor, a member of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, that she establish a sister organization. This has become a national organization of college women banded to- gether under a common bond of friendship and cultural effort seeking to establish the worth of womanhood through excellence in education, human service and citizenship. The motto of Zeta Phi Beta is " Finer Wo- manhood, Scholarship, Sisterly Love. " Betty Robinson - Basileus SORORITY INC. • Remember this B-A-D . . . line? PHI BETA SIGMA Oscar Miller - President Mr. Leroy Thompson, Sponsc Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity was founded January 9, 1914, by A. Langston Taylor, Leonard F. Morse, and Charles Brown at Howard University. The Beta Pi Chapter was founded in 1945 by Dr. Von D. Mizell of Fort Lauderdale. The Motto of Phi Beta Sigma is " Culture for Service and Service for Human- ity. " FRATERNITY INC. The Crescents are getting down . down . . . d The MEN of $BS SIGMA GAMMA RHO Gwendolyn Hudson - President Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority was founded in 1922. The Gamma Xi Chapter was estab- lished in 1954. With our motto, " Greater Service Through Greater Progress, " we real- ize that a few can do the work in which we live. SORORITY INC. WORK OUT SIGMAS, WORK OUT • ■• ' V ?. .« tiff v , The Sorors display their paddles Ruth Howard Rosemary Thurston Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity was founded January 5, 1911 at Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana. The Epsilon Mu chapter was founded on April 30, 1966. The fundamental purpose of Kappa Alpha Psi is Achievement. Kappa men believe that to promote the intellectual, spiritual , moral, and social development of mankind through encouraging honorable endeavour is essen- tial for any person living in the world today. To better the world of tomorrow, Kappa Alpha Psi stresses Achievement today. SCROLLER SWEETHEARTS | | - ' THE UNSENSIBLE NINE ARE DOING IT BABY — HOT PANTS, PANTY HOSE AND ALL!!! It can be so hard sometimes .... but so fair Unveiling Ceremonies in honor of the late Reverend and Mrs. McDonald. Their portraits were presented as a gift to the school by these members of the family. f|: The Institute for Creative Change visits our campus and discusses creative innovations in higher educa- tion. A donation to the school UNIVERSITY Mr. Horace Morris, Chairman of the Governing Board of Model Cities addresses the FMC family in chapel. DEAN OF WOMEN Mrs. Shirley McKoy y SY BAKER • ft 18 Mr. S. W. Baker Alumni Director Advisory committee on Science and Math for the U.N.C.F. FMC Students on exchange at University of Florida ;;■•■.: MAYOR JOHN LINDSAY Presidential Hopeful John Lindsay of New York City made Florida Me- morial College one of his tours as part of his campaign. He spoke to an en- thusiastic crowd who cheered him onward as he criticized the present unemployment rate under the Nixon Administration. Concert Pianist Leon Bates, a pro- lific young artist appeared in concert, and completely captivated his audi- ence. At the end of the performance his listeners overpowered him with a standing ovation. L E O N B A T E S I N C o N C E R PROFESS- IONAL LOGS IlljSa D I S P L A Y Sr «Ji What do you want Nate?? m% • " Cisoke, " man FRONTIERSMEN ' S AWARDS DAY Congratulations! ! ! Mr. Thompson . . . Frontiersman of the Year It was a beautiful event - the day members of the Southern Board of Accreditation visited - -. BLACK Classy . Cute . . DAVID POINDEXTER- " tryima " tro pu-t- ourt. tie. " FREE ANGELA! ! ! This was the watchword that rang - that could be heard from one end of the campus to the other. Mr. David Poin- dexter, very cool, very articu- late, very self-assured started the cry, the plea for justice for another Black American " who is also being done in on trumped-up charges. " He asked that the student body demonstrate cohesiveness by remaining out of classes on the first day of Miss Davis ' trial; this was to be BLACK UNITY DAY. Ford Foundation Miniature Model of Florida Memorial Col- lege n te BILL RUSSELL Subject of speech: " Think then Participate. " Audra Herrington Secretary o N U P Armetta Evans Miss Upward Bound Mrs. Dorothy R. Baker Director HIGH SCHOOL EQUIVALENCY PROGRAM i Mr. Charles Andrews Director of HEP HEP ■ ' _ Mr. Joseph deLeon Instructor ' art ? - ■r Mr. Isaiah Paramore Recruitment Mr. Charles Jackson Counselor I j — YS KNIGHT ANB-THE PIPS VrV f i try I „ .. SENATOR HUBERT H. HUMPHREY ft So me talk change. • B Others tauvt jt k mm WKt SI J A - ' ' ' ftni lii£3B St if ;y 4 v Perhaps of all the Presidential candidates to visit the FMC campus, Senator Hubert H. Humphrey ap- peared to be the most impressionable. He came, he spoke, he said some- thing. The student body, the faculty, visitors, and members of the sur- rounding community greeted and welcomed him as they led Senator Humphrey to the auditorium. Once there, his message was continuously interrupted by outbursts of applauses. Bruce Lightbourn - President i 1 « 4 I jj S J Willie Brinson ALPHA KAPPA MU HONOR SOCIETY Mrs. P. B. Puryear, Sponsor Paul Bodie P Charles Albury -Sr •Atrf The six stalwarts of the Junior Varsity JUNIOR R S I T Y t IM,riA £f V Coach Snead Mighty fighting LIONS at F.M.C. 4 mm Coach Robinson Director of Athletic Department : LIONS GETTING IT O N ! , Paulette Davis - Captain Mrs. Shirley McKoy, Sponsor H , - i •? J - Time out-the cheerleaders take five ARCHERY TEAM FENCING TEAM .. mm ft ¥ ■ » INTRAMURAL ! " $ , ' f 9 i ' -, i FOOTBALL L gl Those who perform best by watching. l if • ■ » An itchy situation indeed fci KARATE TEAM TRACK TEAM MISS HOMECOMING 1972 AND ATTENDANTS F. M. C. LIONS IL , r Al! NO. 1 MOVING ON UP IN CONFERENCE SPONSOR Miss LaChanze Harrison Yearbook Advisor Young, Creative Charming, Witty JOHNNIE McCLOUD + -IN- CHIEF E D I T R ' 5 H r LAYOUT EDITOR PAUL " sweet burning Pablo " WILLIAMS ASSISTANT EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Why are some people so afraid ofliving? Why is a complete life such a hassle to live? Are we all part ofa great machine that re- quires limited partici- pation from each lines- man rr ???? Horace L. Hill (P.J.) ,, .. ■■■ ■ ; , fettle MM I always thought my free will was mine to discern that which was beautiful for me, to find happiness not only here after, but here now . . . isn ' t it strange???? Gregory Christie Newspaper Editor and Special assistant to the yearbook Clatties Hill Typist Mabel Andrews Typist Kotelia Floyd Typist Ever since Adam and Eve did that thing, we have had a miserable time running from communism, persecution, and fighting for peace in this once ago Paradise of ours. I dread that variety is the spice of life; the only variety I ' ve had were those miserable changes I ' ve been taken through. I hope my descendants don ' t inherit my sins. MISS ARCH CLATTIES HILL Her name is young and very much conscious of whats going on around her. She ' s a newly pledged Delta and an old hand at what it takes to be a leader. Her home is in Jack- sonville, Florida and after graduating from FMC she hopes to return with her degree in Education. " That ' s my child- hood, my community, and I ' d like to get back there to help out . . :■ Black is Black Mother Scott sings and performs for the FMC family What does 1972 mean for Blacks? for Amer- ica? - The emergence of Shirley Chisholm. She is the dynamic force behind what she is calling people power. No longer just a " dark horse " moving up in the ranks, she has become pure energy motion that must be recognized, that must be felt, that must be contended with. She asks of the American people that they let her be their instrument for change. Her campaign slogan reads very appropriately - " SHIRLEY CHISHOLM: A CATALYST FOR CHANGE. " ? IN MEMORIAM MR. HERMA N JOHSON MRS. A MRS. MYRTLE MOXEY For Times (Such as this one) when (which i have been told conveys a thought) explode men ' s heads wide open QUESTION: should we leave thi free of obstruction obsi tructing intc distant dea th i.e.: con lmunion eve] ry 1st sunda ya don ' t know the j ma acr( ass the aisled we fail to gently wave at the to bring Sunday communion out of Sunday school church) but only into closets closing on a page (let us make record of these coming and going times) for you who have left the table your leaving reminded when the meat and vegetables are passed around and old songs sung that you too knew the lyric s- we still hold your place in line at the table in our consciousness in life we fail to comm unicate, i (ANSWER n death Congratulations to the Graduating Class Thanks for your Patronage ROYAL LAUNDERETTE 3733 N. W. 167th Street Shopping Center Miami, Florida Congratulations to the Yearbook Staff for a Successful 1971 - 1972 Arch WHEELER DRUGS 3797 N. W. 167th Street Opa-Locka, Florida 33054 Best of Everything Clatties from GAS FOR LESS REPAIRS - ACCESSORIES - TIRES Eddie Roberts, Prop. 3180 N. W. 167th Street Opa-Locka, Florida 33054 With lots of Love to our beloved sister. May you be a great success in all your endeavors. Chctrmie, Arthur, and Kenneth Hill ZETA TAU CHAPTER May you have forever the best of everything Clatties. Love, Bill To our " Miss Arch " with love. Your Sorors of DELTA SIGMA THETA SORORITY, INC. Congratulations Clatties, may you have a successful reign as " Miss Arch " , 1972-73. Love, Fall Line of DELTA SIGMA THETA SORORITY ZETA TAU CHAPTER KAPPA ALPHA PSI Says, " Good Luck and much success to the 1971-72 Yearbook Staff " Rock Steady Sweet Sis Clatties Much Love Always, Your Brothers OMEGA PSI PHI FRATERNITY Congratulations to the Graduating Class CAMPUS CHEFS Best of Luck to the Seniors In All Your Endeavors GAS FOR LESS PATRONS Miss Jacqueline Aikens Mrs. Patsy E. Hill Miss Tara M. Street Mr. Arthur Hill Mrs. Carie F. Alston Mrs. Betty Ferguson Miss Jeannette Holston Mr. Charmie Hill Mr. William Pierce Mr. Leon Hill Miss Johnnie E. McCloud Mr. Mrs. John McCloud, Sr. Mr. Mrs. Willie Foster Mr. John McCloud, Jr. Mr. Paul Williams Mr. Johnnie Crum Dott Livingston and Ronald Jones Miss Irene Larkin Mr. Mrs. Theodore Taylor Family Mr. Mrs. S. W. Baker Mr. Joseph de Leon Miss Rose and Marie Jenkins Mr. Mrs. Roscoe Kemp Darrell Mr. Mrs. Raymond Brookins Miss Devarn Murray Mr. W. W. Thompson Chairman, Division of Business Miss D. G. Collins Son Daughter Mr. Mrs. F. Gallot Son Mr. Mrs. David Grant Family Miss Gay Burnett Mr. Mrs. Danny Brown Sons Mr. Mrs. W. F. Cogdell Family Mr. W. C. Cogdell Miss Cassandra T. Smith Miss FMC Miss LaChanze Harrison Mr. Mrs. Thomas Harrison Brenda Prudence Harrison To be confused is to live. How to live? Should we simply cool out from all of life ' s pleasures and sing Hallelujahs???? Oh I don ' t know, but it seems as if we still don ' t know where we come from, where anyone is coming from, nor where we are going ... is this really where it ' s at? £ 3-: a S ' a as « a o ? o B b H » « u ■s .ii ::: Oso " S tl - , ' - :: !tt;-S a aSss o-S hi hao 3 f , • Si £5 £ a $ +o S CO -- " tasSS 93 S3 5-H Is " £? r r i ' ”
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