Box 14, Folder 3, Document 32

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We sugaz. sit ; Saket State’s senatorial
districts would be entitled to three or four representatives. If|_
seach of the 54 senatorial districts was entitled to three, it would | °
give a 162-member House. Four would give a total of 208. a

We favor establishing House districts by dividing State Sen-
atorial districts. (Atlanta Daily World, i
;-Nev;> 19, 1964) the .

Wise Planning Earned Atlanta bread.

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The Milwaukee Braves jargest Negro daily)|the¢

Atlanta saw its ambitions for major league sports tremen- emo,

dously buoyed by the inperson opinions expressed by Tom Rey- ve
nolds, .executive vice-president of the Milwaukee Braves, and | only ,

John Lewis, also ao’ club aide. This gigantic lift or shot-in-the-arm Bee
for professional, sports came in a news conference called by in via
Mayor Ivan Allen,Jr. .

It was especially heartening to hear the clubspokesmen state | Savarr

"We may play in Milwaukee but our hearts will be in Atlanta ate
during the regular 1965 season.” 35 OWL

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What the Braves’ spokesmen have done is to justify the faith

the “Or
of Atlanta planners and builders in going ahead with construc- | Macon.

tion of our $18 million dual purpose stadium, which when com- | _ Bis
pleted will be a gnagnificent three-tiered facility with a maximum pnocred
seating capacity of 57,100. For without this stadium, Atlanta | may be
would not be so far along the road to bigtime competition. . | Hospital,
It is to the credit of Mayor Allen; Arthur B. Mongtomery, hears:
chairman of the Atlanta-Fulton County Recreation Authority, and

members Mills B. Lane, Opie L. Shelton, Carling Dinkler, Jr., Henry Atlant:
Dorsey, Edgar J. Forio, Earl Landers, Harold McCart’ and John A. (Conti
4 White that they had the vision to go ahead with wise planning | the unite.
and constructive negotiation to assure a stadium and such fine | ‘The you
tenants as the Milwaukee Braves. ed Nations

~ Public officials in Atlanta and Fulton County likewise deserve ups 7”
commendation in making this dream come true. “All the
_ We are happy that the Braves are putting their faith in | continuity
Atlanta’s future and may their stay be mutually benefitting to | 2nd register
~» all parties concerned. While the Braves may not complete their ne Teaainih
=-tronsfer here in ’65, it is almost an unanimous petition, “Yall | ence to me,”

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—— DALLAS, Ga. — The 75th Chureli | dames Lizzie Nixon, Lillie Moses, | Another sper
and 14th Pastor's Anniversaries | and Margaret Braswell participated | Gardner, dep
were observed at Shiloh last Gun-|in the “Missionary March” which | U. S. Seere’s7
_day. Rey. J. A, Alfore, pastor of | was held last Thursday night. Rev. | ed the
—*Néw_Friendship Baptist Church and |. W. Hope and Dr. J. S. Down: | the
: congregation had charge.of the ser~ | were assigned back for this con-' “~
—-yvices Sunday afternoon. feernce year. Bishop E. L, Hick’
Many from St. Paul attended the | was the presiding bishop.
Allanta - North Georgia Confer- Set. and Mrs. Lamar Jr
——ence-held at St. Mark A. M. & | dolyn, Kenneth -~’
Church in Atlanta last week. Mes-! returned to F

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