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Y'jori, and Andrenica and their accomplishments theyve made on their jobs and how the two younger girls have achieved in the arts. Most people remember Cora Walker was crazy about her children. Minister Walker has this same attribute. Walter simply like everyone in this town, tie wants to get 'I~skegee back on track. "Stop dancing with issues, and fix the issues. There are enough resources out there to bring Tuskegee back en its feet. We all, must work unified to bring Tuskegee bac~, "Walker says. "We don't need dormant members." Minister Walker feels that we D(' NOT need titles and stiff col- lars. tie feels we need members lh ~iI1 get out there and work. Minister \Valker says that in ?d : ~mw 26:11 Jesus says "For ye have the poor with you always." "That must be addressed For our parents and parents parents lhat have so diligently worked and paved the way for us must also he addressed," Walker says. 'q'he retired citizens, the business community, the children, the college bound students, the financial strapped college bound students, single parents, teen-aged par- ents, whatever we have a remedy, ttebrews 3:13 Leviticus 19:17 (Matt 19:19, 22::39, Mark 12:31, Luke 10:27, Romans 13:9) and Galatians 5:13;. "Exhort one another daily while it is call today", "Love your neighbor as yourself', and "Brethren, ye have been called unto lib- erty; only use not liberty to the an occasion to the flesh, but by love serve one another. "We are right now serving people while today is here for us and Lhat implores and shows the love we have for our neighbor," says Minister Walker. coming to Tuskegee/Macon County. The public is invited to atlend and ask ques- tions of Lt. Gov. Windom . . MCBOE Meets July 27; Greene Heads to Montgomery The Macon Cmmty Board of Education will have its regularly scheduled monthly meeting Thursday, July 27, at 6:30 p.m. The board will meet at t~,ooker T tbr the 'Iklskegee City Council. ttis name was left otf the lis~ of qualifiers that was published in the Thursday, ,luly 20 edi- tion of 77~e 7)~skeh, ee Ne,',s. Other candi- dates for lhe Place 4 posil:i(m are Lifus Johnson and Anwar MarQuette. The seat is being vacated by current Council President Freddie Washington, one of nine candidates for mayor in the Aug. 22 city election... devices will be placed onto the 1N)~,r~t 'l have been set in the Lake Tuske~.(,d to Responses are being awaited frvn fr( groups or organization that are in in donating to this more than wohe tak cause. For more information, pleuion t tact Fire Chief Luther Curry t()flh, Cheryl P. Moore at the Tuskeld0r~ de Department Monday-Friday (33s corn1 2106 or 724-2185.. O1), I g)rsem ~e b~ not Hear s co,~t The Honorable ~ ~,ee kateefah Muhammad, ~ ~ead, } 1 e r e f( R or~'~st riot Candidate To ,,,, IUS~,:" Next Mayor of T ,...,,. On WBIL Radio Station AM 580 & FM Every Sun. At 7:15 AM Tues. and Thurs. At 2:00 PM hid h~[ g~ lhe Committee [o t[t'd lateeiah Muhammad. PO Box 1096. Tuskegee. Alabama VaO Local MP unit rules diamond during camp Tuskegee's own Military Police Detachment, recently attended their Annual Training, at Camp Shelby in Mississippi. The camp was from June 3-17, and at that time field work was done in all ibrm of military police tactics and flmctions. While at camp, the Detachment 1 (Detl)participat- ed in a Battalion-wide softball tournament. Detl took on the proud name of "Tuskegee All- Stars". The All-Stars won first place without losing one game. They beat everyone in the Battalion, which consisted of six other teams from throughout the state of Alabama. After placing first in the soft- ball tournament, the "Tuskegee All-Stars" teamed up with other in the 231st Military Police Battalion and participated in the Camp Shelby Post Tournament. The "Tuskegee AII- Stars" won that tournament without losing a single game. Tuskegee's own SSG Nelson McCloud was the MVP of the tournament. Lt. David Love is the comman- der of Det 1 MP in Tuskegee. Lt Love says, "that it just doesn't get any better than this This is the best Detachment Unit that anyone would ever want to work with. They have always given at least 110 percent of effort and we're all like family here at the 214th," Next year the unit will be trav- eling to Italy for its annual training with hopes of bringing home another victory. Like Summer? Cart Us. One Bank. This Bank. ALABAMA EXCHANGE BANK Member FDIC 24 HourATM Banking Equal Housing Lender Open Your Christmas Club Account Today.