Kingston Gleaner Newspaper Archives Dec 11 1968, Page 1

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Gleaner, The (Newspaper) - December 11, 1968, Kingston, KingstonSiart us fou nil just Lor i la Lii at Lul if slim str night Lulu december 11 ims. S.28 an Syz pm. Mon else 11m pin. Moonset 11.29 am. Last Quarter dec. 12 new Moon Dee. U first Quarter dec. 28 full Moon Jan. 4 tides for december 1968. High. Low it. Mor sos pin. 7.09 . 9.45 pin. It Royal 3.41 6-48 9.16 pin. To Bay pin. Sos 7.42 pin. S a s Bay 3.51 p m. A in. 819 pin. Largest circulation established 1834 Hal Ponc ii jeans Xxxiv. No. December 1968. Thrity two pach23 Garvey s Jamaica honours american Retiro Martyr. Award to Martin Luther King servant of god who walked in footsteps of his master dedicated myself to his unfinished task t Jamaica paid honour to two great _ men last night Martti of a and Martin Luther of the United evening of human rights in the inter of human Jamaica made the award of the Artamis Garvey prize for human named for one our to Martin Luther hero of the american civil rights movement. Coritta widow of the slain american negro Leader who rfcs assassinated in april of this received the made to from the rime minister of the son. High at a moving in the National Arena. M by the prime minister fee Leader of the r or. Norman us Aud the a tribute the memory of the Man we Tom betar and to the Memry of the Man Nave the be Dech have Cone together tonight Tow make the award which Marcus Garvey As the in d tear human or. In a Century or Mai As cannot be or by said. La bom in the with such explained either was Marcus proud be pfc of b to tree that be the and the Down trodden of Gid in the of by in Ilbin h on a note of or. Shearer loved Jamaica audits people. He Nti he used rest ant to write in this wonderful he King s moving tribute to Jamaica i human on and work. He gave him birth. Jamaica is proud is ideas to to tribute m the Bev. Of Tab of Orcus Garvey p leadership and d total or. Shearer said the the government to award the Marcos Garvey prize to Martin Lourer King had met the enthusiastic endorsement of every woman and Jeh fid in Jamaica. Speaking before the brime Monte had also paid tribute both to Marcus Garvey and to Martin Luther King. He citation mrs. Martin Luther King the government and people of Jamaica invite you to receive on of your late courageous and beloved husband Rev. Or. Luther King Jar. The mar a spore of Garvey As a great Man who had lived 30 years before Garvey prize for but who had been Given recognition by for hit outstanding contribution to the of the Martin litter hint had had on Jamaica and of the Impact had had on or. Paid tribute to the Aad of Man whom he describe As an orator and an a upheld idea scr. Recalling that or. King was especially impressed with the jamaican Way of life and its Effort to establish a Nolti racial we have lost his prophetic it would compound the if the lessons he did articulate Are now those Are your and All Jamaica echoes them. Or. Manley we in Jamaica took Martin Luther King to our hearts and made him one of our there could be no proper or fitting recipient of Marcus Garvey he said. As valid today. Or. Manley declared that fhe philosophy that Marcus Garvey preached Black Black and Black economic Power was Skiffi As valid today As it was when he preached it. Climaxing an evening of High emotion and eloquence. Mrs. King Maide her own stirring contribution. Quoting extensively from her she gave a full definition Oil his philosophy non violence the cause for which he lived and the cause which he died. My husband Here to receive this she am sure that to his customary fashion he would twelve. Not for Bat on behalf of the millions of Fec Eleu individuals in the United states of America who have my wild me Day come to Cream Ely in order that they and their children add Enbom might have Justice and referring to Marcus she Marcus Garvey and Martin lather King shared a common that of a Pas Sion for the liberation of their people. They both championed rights of disinherited poor Black ultimate tribute to her she paid the ultimate was a Martyr s death and in this death i believe there is redemption for the fulfilment of Hia dream that every person will be Well decently and properly with a Job or an and the brotherhood of Man will become a reality in our times. Have dedicated myself to his unfinished she declared to applause. Before mrs. Keg she heard the citation signed by or. Shearer making the award to her read by the Rev j. On Page Speaks. A is a in note _ Katf m Wen she the National areal last to a Omar of act Pettge editorial Infarct is it is our common tragedy that these lessons Are As Martin More latter King himself expressed with uncompromising and accustomed Faith. That brother obd will one Day the not dream of Man. Martin King had dream that the uprooted and the possessed to Tolg one Day reach the promises land of racial Justice. For that Hie narrow destiny of kith and Kin the separatist devices of of would one Day vanish from the planet he had a realize. Justice Long delayed is jus Tice denied. All the and the oppressed. He knew this was no Mere dilemma of his native land. A crisis which the world must face unless each Man becomes brother s keeper. He had a a vision of negro the dignity of a humanity Black White Man s dignity. He set himself the task to show the world on Page the evening in our National Arena was our most significant Celebration since Independence six years ago. For last night we were paying our tribute to a life that had reassured us. About our capacity to endure the grossest the most attacks on the human spirit and to add a new dimension to our humanity by the Fibre of our endurance. In the it is this Fibre to which we gave the award last the inimitable example from which we Day develop our own inter cities under assault it was not a manner cast in the Mould of grand and caesarean but rather one made from the ingredients available to any Man or woman whose dignity might be challenged. King As has no other Black american including Frederick Douglass and Booker t. The singular fac tor that the negro struggle to be and As entire Man to abide has added to the history of legitimate pro test the total and democratic involvement of All talents at All Levels. As we recalled the Man s presence and the Man s we could understand Why the Salute of from one participant to another in the cause for which he died has always rung More True than it has in any other revolution. It has been the Genius of the race from which King emerged that it has engaged the consciences of All decent of whatever at a familial Point of anguish. In the example of Martin Luther King s we can see Why. For if King was not the sort of Man with whom All other of whatever could claim brotherhood then our total species had no meaning. The most enduring legacy he has left us from his Brief and splendid adventure is his example of Radiant courage. It is a legacy we Are Likely to be using when Many More spectacular inheritances have been exhausted because courage is the first virtue upon which All our decent aspirations and holy longing must depend. And there will never be a time from now until the world s last voice when we shall not be in need of the Man who has it. Gab vet by to fhe key. Nivea so w engraved v if 4reb Itaf j by be no get. Of awarded to civil rights the Bob. Hugh 5.0 Gold Short House sitting gleaner parliamentary reporter the House of representatives i met for a Short sitting yesterday and passed Lour one Bill for the pre sumption of survivor ship of the i younger or youngest person m the Case of multiple family deaths at the same tone for the purposes of the another amends the jury Law in respect of certain a third relates to continuance of court proceedings and the fourth is peals the housing Law and re places it with an housing act in which the Powers of the tor of housing and the nor general Are transferred to the minister of housing. The House also heard a state ment from the minister of Trade and Industry on the common wealth sugar agreement and adjourned to this afternoon at 3j5 o clock. Death sentences commuted dec. 10 the rhodesian executive Council today commuted death sentences of 25 africans to life an official announcement said. The 25 were among 117 cans awaiting exec Stiop. Afri i 1967 us govt. Assurance on Commonwealth sugar pact still stands Rene re Tigli commissioner in has assured the jamaican government that the Assurance made by the Bri Tish government in 1967 in respect of the common wealth sugar agreement still stood and was unaffected by the recent decisions taken in London. This was stated to the House of representatives yesterday by the minister of Trade and the Hon. Robert who read to the House a letter he bad received from the British High com missioner on the matter. Or Lightbourne. After obtain the permission of the took place m London erf made the following statement the remarks expressed in this laugh it off to of Bat not to Tawny wife to Ettler How to end 9 suspension from the gleaner parliamentary reporter a Call for an end to the sus pension of or. Maxie pop member for South Eastern was made during question tune in the House of representatives yesterday. Or. Carey was suspended from the service of the House on october after he had removed the Mace during the debate on the Rodney affair. The question of the duration of his suspension was raised by or. Allan Isaacs St. Andrew who asked the acting the Hon. Edwin when or. Carey would by summoned to a sit Ting of the House. Or Allen said that his in formation was that the member was absent through but when or Isaacs asked if that meant that he was now getting notices of the sittings of the the minister of Legal affairs said it was a question for the whole House to decide this was confirmed by the who said that a review of the suspension depended on the pleasure of the House or Allen said he had had no poor Tummy to discover the plea sure of the House or Isaacs sought to ascertain on Page following on the recent Corn honourable House by i member Murk of Quality throughout the world models available with net capacity from to 30 cubic feet. Completely Frost free Large Glide out tip proof shelves available with or without Auto Matic ice cube maker. Five year guarantee on com Presser. Lifetime guarantee on door liner. Rust resistant shelves trim. Curacao co. Us. 56 Hanover Tei one Stop London Bermuda

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