Edition of Tuesday Magazine, Vol. 5, No. 8. The cover has black printed text at the top and graphics below. The text reads [NATIONAL / EDITION Tuesday / MAGAZINE] with [APRIL 1970 · ISSUED MONTHLY] in the upper right corner. A list of topics discussed in the magazine is below this [SPOTLIGHT ON CAMPUS / SCIENCE WITH SOUL? / THE NEGRO IN WORLD HISTORY / SIR EDWARD JORDAN / SICKLE CELL ANEMIA / CAN IT BE STOPPED?]. The front cover has layered images of the Jamaican Minister of Trade and Industry Robert Lightbourne and the cargo docks of Kingston with a ship on the right. The cover photography is by David Parks. The lower right corner reads [JAMAICA: BLACK ECONOMY AT WORK/PAGE 18]. There are various articles and advertisements in the issue. The back cover has a Kool cigarettes advertisement. The magazine has thirty-six (36) pages.
A thirty-two page program for a boxing match between Joe Frazier and George Foreman. The front cover features stylized images of George Forman and Joe Frazier's faces. Black and gold type on front of program reads: [THE SUNSHINE SHOWDOWN / JOE / FRAZIER / UNDEFEATED CHAMPION / VS / GEORGE FOREMAN / UNDEFEATED NO.1 CHALLENGER / JAN. 22 1973 / NATIONAL STADIUM / KINGSTON / JAMAICA]. The interior features advertisements for Jamaica travel and business, messages from political figures, features on Jamaican sports/athletes, profiles of Frazier, Foreman and other boxers Percy Hayles, Al Ford, Bunny Grant.
A color photograph of the dancehall sound system King Sturmar Roots in Kingston, Jamaica. Nicodemus, who is wearing a red sweater vest and performing with a microphone, is pictured in the center. To his right, U-Brown is smoking, while Major Manzie, in a camouflage print shirt, looks on; two Heineken beers are on top of the turntable case in front of them. General Jah mikey is in the background,w earing a white hat. To the left of Nicodemus, a man in a pink and white striped shirt appears to be focusing on a turntable just out of frame, whileTenor Saw, standing behind them, looks to the camera. On the back is the photographer's signature and date along with an inscription by Bill Adler identifying the subjects and place.