Box 14, Folder 3, Document 32

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· ;,.,"' . state s senatorial
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districts would be entit1et::l to three . or four representatives. If
,,each , of the 54 senatorial districts was entitled to fhree, it wou.ld ci
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162-member House. Four would give a total of 208.
We favor establishing House districts by dividing State SenI,
atorial dilitricts.
(Atlanta Daily World,
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- ~ ----Nev-. 19, 1964)
W·ise Planning Earned At(anta ( _
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South's
T. 8~. I WIU ee raves largest Negro daily)
· Atlanta saw its ambitions for major league sports tremendously buoyj!d b.y the inperson opinions expressed by Tom ·Reynolds, .ex~cutivE; '{ice-president of the Milwaukee Breves, and
John lewis, also a club aid·e. This gigantic lift or shot-in-the -arm
for p r.ofes.sionaL sports came in a _news conference called by
Mayor Ivan Allen,Jr.
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It was especially heartening to hear the clubspokesme·n state
·"We may play in Milwaukee but our hearts will be in Atlanta
during th,e regular 1965- season."
What the ~raves' spokesmen have done is to justify the faith
of Atlanta planners and builders in going chead w ith constructi.o n of our $18 million dual purpose stadium, which when comple_t~d w_ill be a ,lnagnificent three -tiered facility with a m,aximum
seating capacity· of 5·7, 100. For without this stadiu·m, Atlanta
would not be , so far along the rood to bigtime competition.
the '_
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comp
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placeq
Rev.
only
Recrei City c.
In tha
gation
Sava.n:
R,ev.
his owr,.
ior Di'Ithe "Or
Macon.
His
shocked
be able
may be
Hospital,
hours.
It is to the credit of Mayor Allen ; Arthur B. Mongtomery,
chairmcrn of the Atlanta-Fulton County Recreation 4,u th.ority, and
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members Mills B. lane, Op ie l. Shelton, Carling Dinkier, Jr. , Henry
(Conti'
Dorsey, Edgar J . Forio, Earl Landers, Harold McCart· and John A.
·.•. .Wh"te that they had the vision to ~o ahead with wise planning the Uni te.
phd constructive negotiation to assure a stadium and such fine
The YOU·
ed Nation,
tenants as the Milwau,kee Braves.
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(lf what I
Public officials in Atlanta and Fulton County likewise deserve for
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commendation in making this dream come true.
"All t he
- We are happy that the Braves are putting their faith in continuity
Ath:m'ta's future and may their stay be mutually benefitting to and reglste1
the UN is t\
all parties concerned . While the Braves may not complete their the
insplrin~
tonsfer here in '65, it is almost an unanimous petition, "Y'all ence to me,"
During the
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Atlant
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Conference
House, Erwlr
The Christi
livered a s~
of forei gn
d ames Llz:;::le Ni xon. Lillie Moses. Another spe
and Mrugaret Braswell participated Gardner, dep
In the "Missionary Mar ch " which U . S . Sepr.,,
was held last Th ursday n\ght. Rev. ed th e
L. W. Hope and Dr. J . S. Down: th
were assigned back for this confeernce year. Bishop E. L. Hie
was the presiding bishop.
Sgt. an d Mrs. lJ.i mar Jr
dolyn, Kenneth
returned to E
DALLAS , GEORGIA
- - DALLAS, Ga. - The 75th Church
and 14th Pastor's Annlversar!ei;
were ·observed at Shiloh last Sunday. Rev. J . A. Alfore, pastor (lf
-::-;..N~ Friendship Baptist Church and
. - oongr.egation had charge of the ser - _111ces Sunday afternoon.
Many from St. Paul attendee! Uw
- :Atlanta - North Georgia Conference held at St. Mark A. M. F~
Church in Atlanta last week. Mes-

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