Surprise, shock and sadness are the feelings I felt when I discovered from an article in the Chicago Tribune; revealing that Dr. Martin Luther King had a brother, how he died and that he only survived him by a year. He was Rev. A. D. King. He co-pastored a church with his father, Rev. Martin Luther King, Sr. and was at his brother's side during their fight for justice, including helping to organize the Birmingham demonstrations in 1963. You can have it and the details for your collection, if it is still available. Check here for the Chicago Tribune, Tuesday, July 22, 1969.
King and Kennedy in the news together again
In the same news paper is an article about Jackie Kennedy and a book written by a former aid about her. Seen as a betrayal.
Also, an article on Teddy Kennedy being granted a hearing to defend himself
There are also articles regarding:
- Ernie Banks - All-Star break
- A TWA ad with an African American pilot - in 1969
- Impounded wire tap logs in riot case
- Liberal writers fired by Russians
- Paul Findley urging U.S. Exodus from Viet Nam
- New Artificial Han Developed at Northwestern University
Head Lining the news that day:
Spaceships Joined - A Smooth Moon Blast-off by Eagle