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Reynolds sibs i $25.89 CHICAGO, Oct. permission from the National League to transfer their fran- chise to Atlanta for 1965. At the request of Warren the National League) tion will be made available un til after the league meeti nm New York tomorrow. Gilds had previously called the spa- cia] meeting to act on the mat ter. “Shortly thereafter,” a pre- pared statement said, “the Braves’ management will re- ease a detailed statement out- 21 (AP)— #|The Milwaukee Braves board of #| directors voted today to request ining all the various considera-{ ions for any action taken.” Absent at the time the state-| ment was issued were the pri-]/ — mary stockholders of _ the Bartholo- Jr., both of Chicago—who are reported to be the owners of 0 per cent of the club's stock. Only One Brave Present The decision on the franchise @| shift was made at a meeting earlier in the day. The only Braves’ representa- #| tive present when the statement Auto $119.88 2 3 a oe director, Ernie John- #|/son, who said he had no ¢om- $179.88 7 | oe prepared statement. zs | e statement, mimeographed $79.88 : jonly minutes before its disteipue gition at 2:45 P.M., #\Daylight time read: was issued was the club's ment to make after distributing Eastern “phe Board of Directors of the g/Milwaukee Braves, Inc., voted z today to request permission of #\the National League to transfer =\their franchise to Atlanta, Ga., $198.80 % & president of the National me 1965, “At the request of Warren @|/League, no further information #\will be released until after the welry, clips, pins, otc—Has & fe, and powerful 2) Thursday. $14.95 #| Braves management will release #\a% detailed statement outlining CONCORD Tope Meck-Transisterized 435) #\for any action taken.” league meeting in New York “Shortly thereafter, the all the various considerations Syndicate Sought Shift or “eonsiderations” known to p\include a 25-year lease on At- g\lanta’s new stadium and ex- :) pected lush television-radio rev- Benue for sprawling Southeast- #, The jong-expected franchise! B awiteh was sought by the Chica- Z\g0-dominated Braves syndicate THE: NEW FORK TIMES, 4 Braves Will Ask Leagué To SDAY, OCTOBER 22, ny for Permission to Shift to Atlanta ean eas FF WS er re oer ow or rocker m- me wee 1964. Oem and Kings Point will meet in Shea Sta- dium’s first college football game Saturday, and the contest may be compared to one between baseball’s St. Louis Cardinals and the New York Mets at the same park. The United States Merchant Marine Academy, Eastern Known as Kings oint, has won College only one game un- Football der its new coach, Chuck Mills. That was an upset over C. W. Post. Colgate, on the other hand, is developing to where it could be a strong team’ the last half of the season, With two victories and two defeats, the Colgate Red Raiders have one of the strongest defensive teams ever put together by Hal La- har, a defensive specialist among coaches. Colgate has yielded. only one touchdown from scrim- mage. That, came late in the game against Columbia, when Archie Roberts ran 13 yards to help the Lions win, 21-14, in the season opener for both teams. Ray Tig and John Paske have been the etrongest men in the Colgate defensive unit. The turn linehackers have \Kings Point and Colga toXo Open 6 hea S tadi ium C ol llege Fes et dll By GORDON S. WHITE Jr. four losing seasons as bog at Madison High in Br ool Now he's pleased with a/big winning mark of 28 vicfories and 8 losses in five nengpn at Montelair. “You have to learny'y yyylos- ing,” he said. “And di. son that’s just what T fwas doing—learning. You tsp get too optimistic if you stayt out just winning. I think a/coach gets to where he beliefes knows it all. ie “One problem in Winnhin. from the start is underest) mating the opponent and ovey. estimating your own team. | don’t think I was a good oe at Madison. But, though still think I’m not too Bode, at least I’m better through learning by losing.” e Last year was called the Year of the Quarterback) in college football. Buff Doné)jj, Columbia's coach, believes 1964 is the Year of the Mu))- back in the Bast. As examples of powerful, charging backs, Donelli points to his own, Arne Jensen; Jim Nance of Syracuse, who picked up 104 yards against Penn State last Saturday; Chuck Mercein of ¥ale and Bob Brendel of Ruyt- gers. Brendel and Jensen will pe seen in action when Coltnm- ATLANTA'S MAYOR IS A BRAVES FAN Allen Says Shift Would Be Good for Baseball, South Special to The New York Times ATLANTA, Oct, 21 — Mayor Ivan Allen Jr. said today “that ifthe Milw aniveé Braves’ moved to Atlanta the shift would make basebail truly a ‘national’ pastime, He said the move, if approved tomorrow by the National League, at a meeting in New York, would “give the 24 million ‘i people who live in the seven Southeastern states a share in the major leagues.” The Mayor, a 53-year-old former businessman who had politically gambled in a heavy way by backing the construc- tion of an $18 million stadium, received the news and a flurry of congratulatory telephone calls almost simultaneously at City Hall. The Mayor planned to leave tonight with Arthur Mont- gomery, Atlanta-Fulton Stadium Au- thority, and Opie Shelton, the executive vice president of the Atlanta Chamber of Conimerce, for New York. They will meet National League officials to- morrow, Ww arren Giles, president « of the eae Unjted Press International Telephoto — j= NEW HOME FOR BRAVES? Workers at new stadipt 1 in atints/ The MilyaukeeBraves,- will ask the National League owners for permission Pe moves a franchise ieetox the chairman of the NANCE DOBSOB SYRACUSE ROLLS Fullback, a Disappointment 2 Years, Now at Peak By ALLISON DANZIG Special to The New York Times SYRACUSE, Oct. 21 — After two years of frustration, Jim Nance is finally performing like another Jim Brown, /fand Syracuse finds itself among the top college football teams ih the nation. The Orange is l¢ading in the race for the LAmbert Trophy, emblematic of Mastern supremacy. / The fast, hard-hitting 230- pound fullback is given much credit for the Orange’s success, which has been Achieved de- spite the departure of most of last year's line and the loss of two ofthe beSt ball carriers through injurys ance is fa great fullback, as good ag there is” in the country Bén Schwdrtalder, the Syracuse foachsaid today. WAN of a.stidden he's the guy 4who is/making our offense go,’ +the-tdgeh went on. “Opt passing attack has “amotinted to practically zero. erybody has been overshift- ing) against Floyd Little and taken the outside away from -/And that has made Nance igre significant. He is running life he never has before, and is getting better in each e,” am x ance is Syracuse's leading nd-gainer and scorer. He is solid blocker, He would as strong on defense, the coagh said, but Syracuse is using qifensive and defensive |platoong this year and Nance is as the ball. cuse has come far since ock of its loss to Boston team Sy the There were big problems to overcyme in the lack of defen- year’s top scorer, with a knee injury, then of Billy Hunter,|== the starting right halfback, and Nat Dyekett, another leading back. / oe and Hunter are out for the s@ason. But Duckett's lee is coming around and he is ex- pecte io work behind Ron Oye! at rig: (nar on the offensive unit. Other, anjurea players have been rofinding into shape to add to SvF cuse's strength. Amons tem gre Harris Elliot, one of the et best offensive ends; Paul Houle, out with an appen- dectomy, then an ankle injury, at defensive right half, and Get ry Byerling, middle guard if the fije-man line. Bhuised by Penn State Despite the improving out- in - line-up only when his}), Colldge in the opening game-|. The Buffalo Bills, the only un- defeated team in professional football, were the primary topic of conversation at the New York Jets’ weekly luncheon yes- terday. The Jets go to Buffalo to face the Eastern Division leaders of the American Football League Saturday night, and for the charges of Weeb Ewbank the game will be the moment of truth. “Their personnel is excellent and has been right along,’ Ew- bank said. “Only injuries have kept this club from winning the championship. Now they seem to be ready for an outstanding ar. “But I think the Jets still have to reach their potential. We came close to it in the first half against Houston last Saturday night. Our first half was an ex- ample of fine teamwork. But what we're going to need to beat the Bills is a second half equal to the one we put together) against the Oilers.” | Gilchrist, Kemp Cited | Among the personnel Ewbank has in mind are Cookie Gilchrist the 250-pound fullback who makes his own line openings, and Elbert Dubenion, probably the fleetest pass receiver in the league. The Bills, according to Hw- bank, have been using Jack Kemp most of the time at quar- terback. Kemp has responded to Coach Lou Saban’s confidence by di- recting Buffalo to six succes- Sive victories. “Kemp has been doing a great Job, especially in throwing the ome run,” Bwbank said. “He is dangerous any place on the) field, " Ewbank Calls for T op Jet Effort Against UnbeatenBillsSaturday By DEANE McGOWEN The Bills also lead in total of- fense—397 yards a game, 2504 yards passing and 143 rushing. Jets Have the Power The Jets’ tough defense plus the running of Matt Snell and the passing of Dick Wood are being counted on by Ewhbank to handle the Bills. Snell, the rookie fullback who pulverizes tacklers with his in- stant take-off running and his second-effort power, is the New York answer to Gilchrist. The Bills’ defensive unit has not encountered anything like Snell and the Ohio State rookie is sure to leave quite an im- pression. Willing to Play Giants David A. (Sonny) Werblin, the club president, was asked if the Jets would be willing to play the New York Giants ina charity game. “We most certainly would,” Werblin said. ‘We are not chal- llenging the Giants, but if the fame was on the order of a Mayor's Trophy game — such as the Yankees and Mets play —we would be glad to meet the Giants. In fact we would be glad to meet any National League team—for charity or in the pre- season exhibitions.” “We want to play National League teams,” Werblin con- tinued. “We feel we are ready now to perform respectably, We wouldn't be embarrassed, this year or next, Last year? We couldn't have stopped The Little Sisters of the Poor.” Ewbank also disclosed that the Jets had put Jack Klotz on waivers and the 29-year-old of- fensive tackle had been picked up by Houston. Ewbank said the But the Jets’ major concern is Buffalo's awesome detense.| The Bills, anchored by Tom| Sestak at right tackle, lead ce ease in total defense, allow-|P ing 243.5 yards per game, 155) ber game in passing. TROJANS FAVORED, BUT FEAR MORTON California Passer a Threat to U.S.C. Eleven Saturday By BILL BECKER Special to The New York Times LOS ANGELES, Oct. 21 — Craig Morton of the University of California, perhaps the finest Jets were ready to release Klotz three games ago, but kept him on the active roster to make him eligible for the pension Winston Hill, a 22-year-old, |had won the job from Klotz. = Sports. Today HARNESS RACING Yonkers Raceway, Central Yonkers Avenues 8 OLYMPIC GAMES Boxing, cycling and equestrian dressage, at Tokyo, (Television— Channel 4, 11:15 P.M.) THOROUGHBRED BRACING Belmont meeting, et Se (Queens) race track...1350, P. M. and PM, Willsey, who doesn't want his passer on the Pacific slope in a decade, stands between the Laitnas Ae iianta Theatane anal quarterback to scramble, “He's big enough to fight off heavy BE GOOD TO YOUR FEET 4 LIGHT in weight. Unbelievably flexibla. Eost of Biwoy - N.Y.C. 742 PES TESTS PRGGLS * is PRM MTE REST FS 1 1D TET PETA RSET gee DPR MATT Ts 1 eee eee ad Le sere UNLIMITED FREE GOLF! 45 championship holes on-premises at the AESoMtE AHO COUNTRY cLile ; Hollywood-by-the-Saa, o=d0 Tet AVS MHCxTce # for “considerations” known to s|include a 25-year lease on At- lanta’s new stadium and ex- pected Jush television-radio rev- enue for sprawling Southeast- ern coverage of a major league Braves move to Atlanta. to play in Milwaukee. _ A group of Milwaukee busi- 2|nessmen have offered to negoti- ate for purchase of the Braves, but the team owners have told them the club is not for sale. Comic confusion preceded the many reporters were directed by Bartholomay to a hotel suite arlier in the day, they were :}instructed to remain there until summoned by phone to the Braves office downtown. Five taxicabs were waiting to take reporters from the hotel to the Braves headquarters. 6 Oppose Braves’ Move CHICAGO, Oct. 21 (UPI)— Six directors of the Milwaukee Braves said today after the board had voted to transfer the franchise to Atlanta that they were “unalterably opposed’ to i §\the move. A spokesman for the six said all voted against the move. It was learned the final vote was = 12—6 in favor of the transfer.|1. 4 There are 23 directors of the/? ball club, but only 18 attended the meeting. move was signed by Edmund |Daniel Parker, John Puelicher, Joseph Simpson and Carlton | Wileon. | “We are unalterably opposed [to the transfer ... for reasons mental to this corporation, to \baseball in general, and which ... these reasons are of an j economic, legal and moral na- ture,” | The Braves were the first ma- jor league club to transfer a franchise in this century when they moved from Boston to C Rotziaff, Philadelphia Brown, Minnesota. . Taylor, Washington. McDonald, Dallas... Casey, San Francisco for two years that the Braves, ‘ ‘Milwaukee in 1953, drawing |1,826,397 and setting a National League attendance mark. Speculation had been rampant purchased by their present own- ers at that time, would Shift!Unitas, Baltimore. ......116 \Tarkenion,. Minnesota. ‘the franchise, Atlanta became \the probable new location More Wade, Chicaso than a year ago. dium in Atlanta. Informed sources said the Braves had been committed to move there. William ©. Bartholomay, { chairman of the board of the|iile, New York... .. Braves, and other members, how- ever, denied periodically that/i¢ the Braves go I have to too. That’s my obligation.” Maye and Henry Aaron, the Braves’ great right fielder who ‘is also a Negro, had exptessed }concern about moving to At- for the Milwaukee Braves, said /@nta ever since it had become| _ today he feared racial diserim-japparent that the team wanted ination in Atlanta. “I just hope! to go. jand pray we don't go,” he not only was no move commit- ted, but also that none was | contemplated, Racial Situation Feared MILWAUKES, Oct: 21 (WPI) |—Lee Maye Negro outfielder added. Maye, a native of Tuscaloosa, son as one of the top hitters yards against Penn State last ‘in the season opener for both Ray Ilg and John Paske have been the strongest men in the Colgate defensive unit. linebackers have barred the road, with Ilg act- oainer 2 tionary cente ow pro- uonar, : fee opponents to try the official protests Second Milwau- kee civic leaders, who have threatened legal action if the Mills has brought the I for- mation to Kings Point. This alignment depends on power %| Milwaukee County offici- als are demanding that the : which beat Colgate, 9—0, last #|Braves fulfill a 1965 contract week, used the I about 30 per cent of the time against the It was to no The Tigers scored on a 22-yard field goal and the recovery of a fumbled hand- off in the Colgate backfield. The Red Raiders’ scoring punch is not too effective. But Kings Point may be lucky to score. the Mariners dropped a 37-0 f decision to Bucknell. “It's good our team was up game or we'd have been killed,’ Mills said. His squad will have to be way up at 1:30 P.M. Saturday at Shea Stadium. Red Raiders. release of the statement. After Villancva!. 4.0 ctane seen Colgate ... = Syracuse... 21. Boston Collese AMY i ak tei ee Penn State Rutgers (2.1 Pittsburgh ....... Jerry Edwards, undefeated Montclair State, is glad for the experience of i Saturday; Chuck Mercein of gers. Brendel and Jensen will be seen in action when Colum- bia meets Rutgers Saturday ae ere rectanito zr as eS 4 - Pasko at Baker. Viele oe ‘|to "Atlanta \ er! caer .,. |lanta offi ‘Syracuse, a Major inde- Friday. Racial Problem Discounted Mayor Allen was asked about goes to the outstanding col- |reports that some Negro mem- lege team in the East. How- |bers of the Braves team, and ever, Villanova, with a 34-0 jin particular Hank Aaron and victory over Delaware, re- |Lee Maye, did not want to move mained the only undefeated |to Atlanta because they feared team among the 12 major in- |racial discriminations. pendent, took the lead in the unofficial running for the Lambert Trophy. The award dependents in the area. The Wildcats, who do not play o = o a = = i | : 1S BON RUN ONNO-T sooooeoeee: o0-—co0000=007'= poco — jp — = eo-oon———Scooo SNe AnN Boston. University Hol¥? Crogsaii vias oo Within sroup—Holy Cross at Buffalo, Navy at Pittsburgh, en, Outside: group—Duke at Army, Air Force at Boston College, Rutgers at Columbia, Coloate at Kings Point, Boston University at Nas af West Virginia. Open date—Villanova. ternational League team. N.F.L. Statistics THE LEADERS Green @ay,....... W. Brown, Minnesota. ..... 02 The statement opposing the t 'B. Fitzgerald, Duane Bowman, |g)o'3y, Si tole. Wilson, Los Angeles . Brown, Philadelphia Boe OE) 9 mR BO Ri 8 Matinee o> pe meow Hornung, Green Bay |which we feel would be detri-|Baten- St. Lovis Hornung, Green Bay Ciena) Philadelphia... \would violate the public trust/Goccex, ‘Lo: Anacles. Groza, Cleveland... .. orcooconmea yoo Baker, Philadelphia... PASS RECEIVERS Clarke, Dallas... NWONaAW—s nod a NIUINBS ek so oon * Jetinson, St, ‘ | Construction began last! Brodie, san Francisco." i 9 spring on an $18 million sta-|Morrall, Detroit ..... . Pring $18 . Snead, Philadeiphia E. Brown, Pittsburgh. ... Munson, Los Angeles... . CHICAGO, Oct. 21 (UPI)— The owner of the Chicago Cubs, Philip K. Wrigley, said today Ala,, who finished the 1963 sea-| “I didn’t vote to stop them out. the business of the other Nine National League teams, I don’t pretend to be abl e to tell them how to run their Ps business.” —Circuit Judge Ronald Dret ler late today issued a tem rary injunction restrai Milwaukee Braves fr Milwaukee County obtained the temporary ‘|tion shortly after Bri ee Yankees Sell Terry tc board of directors to transfer the fran lanta, Yanks Place 3 PI sociated Press’ am league baseball all yesterday. But two L pitchers, Sandy Ko Dodgers and D the Angels, coll votes. ; Koufax, the games before for the season in mid-August, pi as the outstandin Chance, a 20-game the Angels, drew 71 right-hander 85 baseball w s ; he would approve the transfer ~ in. the National League, said; of the Milwaukee Braves fran- I don’t want to go theve, bul chise to Atlanta at tomorrow's ee Oe ee 2 0 a a a a ee Ee ee ee ee ee ee ee an cs executive Vice president of the Atlanta Chamber of Commerce, 5 _ |for New York. They will meet Sel feud ch encode! OF ti National League officials to- Morrow, Warren Giles, president of the officals of the yc “Both Hank Aaron and Lee this week, moved to second |Maye are great ballplayers.” place. They've made tremendous con- THE STANDINGS tributions to the league they am certain they would fing Atlanta a most re- ceptive tow nand that once they try it they will be exceedingly happy: “Tm sure that the members of no major league or minor league ball club with established homes ever Et Cece me being some problem of fami Sauna y-sesctiedule provement: People generally like to stay where they are.” Negro players play sa-|/prominent for some time with chusetts, Syracuse at Oregon State, Penn Slate|the Atlanta Crackers, an In- : As for the propriety of the ear _. . |Atlanta officials’ obtaining the National League meeting in) Braves’ commitment, the mayor New York. ‘ said: HET _ d ink anything has when they came to Milwaukee,” Pe oe taiet nose ert and he said, “although some people|more above-board. Major league told me they were moving into| franchises have been moved be- my area and we would lose|fore, It is recognized that when fans. So I don’t see how I can|, city loses attraction for a vote to stop them from movVing| cjyh it moves out.” ‘ } : ___| Mayor Allen had taken a big I don’t know anything about political risk in rushing the city’ stadium inward completion be- ‘fore hacing from any major league team. e city also has hopes of . using the stadium for profes- 4 ‘oa PAD, |Sional football. MILWAUKEE, Oct. 21 (AP) ‘Television rights almost. cer- tainly were a big part of the lure for the Braves, but infor- mation about any television angements has been well- Sy 5 dectomy, ¢1 af a “Tnyury, at defensive right half, and Ger- ry Byerling, middle guard in the five-man line. Bruised by Penn State Despite the improving out- look and with the team ranked second nationally in defense, predicting the outcome of games with Oregon State, Pitts, burgh and Army the next three Saturdays. The Penn State game last week, for which the Orange is keyed up annually more than almost any other, was a battering one and also drained the team emotionally. It was not won by Syracuse until the last minute. “T have never had so many kids bruised up as we did in th¢ Penn State game,” Schwartz, walder said. “They hit us real hard and I don’t mean any re flection on them by that. “The question is this week car we recover from the physical beating we took and play oul best football against anothe! hard nose team like Oregon State. They are a real hard, hitting team and we have to g¢ all the way out there to play them.” It's running attack and de. fense have brought Syracus¢ through against Kansas, Holy Cross, the University of Califor: nia, Los Angeles, and Penr State. But Schwartzwalde doubts that will be sufficient! to keep the Orange on top fo} the rest of the schedule. “We have got to get our pass: ing going,” he said. “Penn Stati grabbed three of our passes. An¢ also we have got to find a way to utilize the running ability oj Little more in spite of our op ponents’ setting their defense: against him.” ’ Sophomores are playing 3: prominent part in Syracuse’: success. In addition to Little who scored five touchdown: against Kansas, and has rur back punts 71 and 90 yards foi touchdowns, they include Hert Stecker, a crack defensive end Jim Cheyunski and Muray John son, linebackers; Gary Bugen hagen, offensive tackle; Harri: Wienke, center; Jahn Krok tackle, and Terrell Roe and Dar Schwartzwalder is chary about rded. The mayor declined comment on this. ht-Hander Sent to Indians as Part of Ramos Deal R OSEPH DURSO The New York Yankees sold Iph Terry to the Cleveland ans yesterday as part of ; ome-stretch deal ¢ shange ended a Yankee career for Terry that began in , when he was a 17-year-old elaimed by both the 25 and the St. Louis Car- The commissioner of Ford GC. Frick, decided ‘belonged to the Yan- played three seasons in leagues, went up to ; in 1956, was traded in 1957 and y the Yankees Healey, backs. a the New York Times Ralph Terry seasons starting with 1961, in cluding 23 victories in _ 196) and two in the World Serig
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Box 17, Folder 7, Document 12

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  • Text: Cass oF SERVICE . \ ) E STERN NION e ose y unless its deferred char- NL=Nighe Letfer acter is indicated by the T ELE(¢ ; RAM Soperaynibel: SF-1201 (4-60) LT= Hy Tati ‘cr. tam W. P. MARSHALL, Presioent The filing time shown in the date line on domestic telegrams is LOCAL TIME ar point of origin. Time of receipt is LOCAL TIME at point of destigation 642P EST OCT 21 64 AE507 PA5O5 P ANA 104 NL- LONG PD ANNAPOLIS MD 21 MAYOR ATLANTA ATLA WHY IS IT THE CUBS CAN STAY IN CHICAGO WITH ATTENDANCE THERE SOMETIMES AS LOW AS 4000 PER GAME WHY IS IT THE PHILLIES HAVE STAYED IN PHILADELPHIA THROUGH A PERIOD OF BOOING AND BOTTLE THROWING FANS WHY IS IT THE INDIANS CAN MANAGE TO STAY IN CLEVELAND EVEN DURING DIFFICULT FINANCIAL TIMES IS THIS THE REWARD MILWAUKEEANS GET FOR MAKING THE BRAVES THE TALK OF THE BASEBALL WORLD JUST SEVEN SHORT YEARS AGOe IS THIS THEIR REWARD FOR SETTING ATTENDANCE RECORDS NEVER BEFORE HEARD OF IS THIS THE REWARD FOR CREATING THE LEGEND OF MILWAUKEES MIRACLE BRAVES? A FEW YEARS AGO SOMEBODY CALLED MILWAUKEE FANS BUSH LEAGUE BUT THE REAL BUSH LEAGUER ATTENDED THAT BOARD MEETING IN CHICAGO THE BRAVES THEMSELVES ARE THE BUSH LEAGUERSe THIS TEAM EXPERIENCED - 7 = = = zy = o> ee 2 22 1 ~2™ 7 faa Z ——— eee _ sa he siete —— see ———————— aa i : a “4 : rit. ais Bi is cig eu tier dae ae Gitte ryt ied ie ul al ‘ ie i arty ¥ ; i ch e) Reg i roa Pls + =) : if ote t Sia it ey gut ee ph acd ~ +! b ?] I 4 b i . ' ~ it This is a fasc message [ [ i h DL=Day Lerrer unless its defer-id char- NL=Night Letrer acter is indicated by the T E LE G R A M SF-1201 (4-60) LT=[nternational L ~ Letter Telegram 3 proper symbol. W.P. MARSHALL, Presicent The filing time shown in the dace line on domestic telegrams is LOCAL TIME at point of origin. Time of receipt is LOCAL TIME ar point of desunation P ANA104/2 INSTANT PROSPERITY IN 1953 ATTENDANCE OF OVER 2 MILLION GAVE THEM PROFITS THEY NEVER DREAMED OF NOW IT LOOKS LIKE THE GLAMOUR HAS WORN A BIT AND APPARENTLY THE BRAVES THINK THAT LOYALTY IS A ONE WAY ROADe THE JOSEPH SCHLITZ BREWING COMPANY OFFERED THE TEAM A TREMENDOUS TELEVISION SPONSORSHIP PACKAGE ENOUGH TO CERTAINLY KEEP THEM ALL IN POCKET MONEY. WHAT THE DEVIL Is HAPPENING WHEN A TEAM CAN MOVE TO A CITY REAP HUGE PROFITS AND MOVE ON WHOEVER HEARD OF A MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL TEAM STAYING IN A CITY 11 YEARS AND MOVING SOMEWHERE ELSE AND WHAT MAKES THE PEOPLE OF ATLANTA THINK ITS GOING TO BE ANY DIFFERENT THERE« THERE ARE OVER A MILION ANGRY PEOPLE IN MILWAUKEE AND WISCONSIN AND THERE ARE GOING TO BE ANOTHER MILLION OR SO EQUALLY AS ANGRY IN ATLANTA AND GEORGIA IN 1976 WHEN THE HUNGRY BRAVES MOVE AGAIN AND PLEASE DONT SAY IT WONT HAPPEN WHO WOULD arn weer in ‘ a Cee es To... Ue mn” gh 5 ee, oe a aie _ ———eeEEeEeEeEeEeEeEeEeEeEeEeEeEeEeEeEeEeEeEeEeEeEeEeEeEeee oe —— neuen ara Otehi i a ole ‘ 1. ‘ i : | ay Ber iiyeiih tye jee se yi : 3 MW : r ero . a sei Poe 1) ited abi = : ; 4 r = 1 i ic a . +, ‘ ie | +. 7 = a “ee ‘te all yl aa ; er PL lew varia Pi Be a ‘ay em © ao ae : a : ws was shee as , 7 ai ey oe 7 PAHs 7 cee if sips 2 a ahr a a pt VEST in rh ih caer se =e i al " i. laa { are - i ae J vl ie oe Crass oF SERVICE : tc SYMBOLS ‘ This is a fast message DL=Day Letter unless its\defe-red char- NL=Night Letter acter is indicated by the ! l E LE GRA M SF-1201 (4-60) LT International proper symbol. ~~ Letter Telegram W. P. MARSHALL. Presipent \ f The filing time shown in the date line on domestic telegrams is LOCAL TIME ar poine of origin. Time of receipt is LOCAL TIME at point of desanauon P ANAL 04/3 HAVE THOUGHT IN 1957 THAT THE BRAVES WOULD EVER LEAVE MILWAUKEE IF THIS IS THE NATIONAL PASSTIME I'LL TAKE FOOTBALL THE PACKERS ARENT GOING ANY PLACE NEALE DONALD WALSCH FORMER RESIDENT OF MILWAUKEE PRODUCTION MGR AND SPORTS DIRECTOR WYRE RADIO ANNAPOLIS MD(OGN TO WARREN GILESe ss kk 4 2 as saad = ge ae i ee Tee mR a dears ow Bi a niga an ie pra nts ‘ elite He i 3 ee a he 0 ‘e oe oe ae 3% . t x t ? = ‘ 4 7 ‘i a * 4 Pes
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Box 17, Folder 7, Document 17

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  • Text: cmos Y WT RESTERN UNION Ga unless its deferred char- NL he L ter acter is indicated by the T E LE G R M SF-1201 (4-60 ry proper symbol. A ¢ | prolgterna tter W, P. MARSHALL, Pnesiognt The filing time shown in the dare line on domestic telegrams is LOCAL TIME at point of origin. Time of receipt is LOCAL TIME at point of d anon ional 701P EST OCT 19 64 AE510 i -A LLA357 PD ATLANTA GA 19 620P EST MAYOR IVAN ALLEN, CITY HALL ATLA I JOIN THOUSANDS OF SPORTS FANS IN THIS GREAT SOUTHEAST METROPOLIS IN WELCOMING THE BRAVES AND YOUR ORGANIZATION TO OUR CITY OF A MILLION YOUR FUTURE HOME AV JETT (59)e 97949 A-
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Box 17, Folder 7, Document 11

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  • Text: Office of he’ Mayow ATLANTA, GEORGIA Margaret Larson From Bey ROKR X TO: ANN DRUMMOND Governor Sanders has a statement ready, which will be released only after Mayor Allen at co have made their various announcements. Weltner,s office has a statement, okayed by Richardson, for release minute the news is on the wire. Richardson is now calling Herman Talmadge, his statement to be in effect a pre-rebuttal to Proxmire and company, who are sure to have much to @dy. mi FORM 25-7
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Box 17, Folder 7, Document 10

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Box 17, Folder 7, Document 40

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  • Text: News Release =—=—— IVAN ALLEN. JR. Mayor of Atlanta Mrs. Ann Drummond For further information call — Ja 2- 4463 Executive Secretary October 20, 1964 FOR USE UPON RECEIPT STATEMENT BY IVAN ALLEN, JR., MAYOR OF ATLANTA The Braves are to be congratulated on making a brave decision... to petition the National League to move their franchise to Atlanta, They have chosen to make the "national pastime" truly national, to give the 24 million people who live in these seven Southeastern States a share in the major leagues, The people of Atlanta, with their courage in building an $18, 000, 000. Stadium to attract a major league team are also to be congratulated. They represent the new, dynamic south, which is no longer willing to be side-lined on the back benches. Our Stadium is a southern project, built on southern soil, with southern money, by southern architects and contractors, We feel it is uniquely fitting that this decision has been made today, a date which marks almost exactly the centennial of the day when Atlanta was left an ash strewn ruin, symbol of a region's defeat. Today we welcome the opportunity to become a symbol of southern zest and drive, a major league city, a major league state, in a major league region. 230 =
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Box 17, Folder 7, Document 52

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  • Text: —— October 19, 196h The Extra Point Club, Inc. of Atlanta, Georgia joins the thousands of baseball fans of the Metropolitan Area in urging the Milwaukee Braves Baseball Slub to consider favorbly the location of the Braves here. The Extra Point Club, Inc. sponsors the Annual Georgia Invitational Basketball Tournament approved by the N.A.I.A. in which outstanding colle- giate teams of the nation participate. Our program features activities for and recognition of hundreds of boys, high school and college athletes in baseball, football, basketball and track. We pledge our unqualified support when you become "our ball club." EXTRA POINT CLUB, INC. HUBERT M. JACKSON, PRESIDENT ec: Mayor Ivan Allen Mr. Opie Shelton, Executive Secretary Atlanta Chamber of Commerce Day Letter sent to: Mr, William C. Bartholomay, Chairman Board of Directors - Milwaukee Braves 22 N. Riverside Plaza Milwaukee, Wisconsin
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Box 17, Folder 7, Document 62

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  • Text: eM tnt dans ines ib bami,, CITY OF ATLANTA OFFICE of the MAYOR Atlanta, Georgia 30303 IVAN ALLEN, JR MAYOR R. EARL LANDERS ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT ANN M. DRUMMOND EXECUTIVE SECRETARY COME TO WHERE THE SIX EYES MEET... SO THAT WE MAY SAY THE BRAVES WON'T SUFFER DEFEAT. BRAVE THE WAY AND COME TODAY. THE PEOPLE ARE WANTING SEASONAL TICKETS... AND THE CONTRACTOR SAYS THERE WILL BE A GREAT DAY NEXT MAY. COME THIS WAY BRAVES AND SAVE THE DAY....THE MAYOR AND THE ALDERMEN ARE RUNNING AND THE CONTRACTOR'S MAKING HAY....FOR THE DAY NEXT MAY,
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Box 17, Folder 7, Document 23

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  • Text: DH Atlanta Ga. Oct 16 1964 964 OCT 16 PM 3 46 William ¢ Bartholomay Milwaukee Braves Inc 2 North diverts Ha Gh Atlanta is one of the largest telegraph centers in the United States. We can assure — all members of your organization, and members of the press the finest service and cooperation at all times. We would be real happy to have the Braves here and | hope you will soon announce plans to move to Atlanta, one of the greatest cities in America. A. E. Ayneld Regional Manager Western Union Telegraph Co,
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Box 17, Folder 7, Document 68

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  • Text: TELEGRAMS SENT FROM: JACK C, DELIUS CHARLES L. MATHEWS GREGORY GRIGGS J. M. FLANIGEN KARL A BEVINS. HOMER W. TOWNSEND HERBERT T. JENKINS JOHN HALL JACOBS JUDGE HERSCHEL COLE Ss. W. GRAYDON PAUL B. IVEY ERNEST J. BREWER CARL T, SUTHERLAND J. HOWARD MONROE HARRY H. NIEBRUEGGE CHARLES HENSON CHIEF C, H. HILDEBRAND GRADY H, RIDGEWAY CHARLIE LEFTWICH W. R. WOFFORD J. J, LITTLE JOHN A, WHITE MILTON G. FARRIS SAM MASSELL, JR. PAUL WEIR DOUGLAS L. FOWLKES
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Box 17, Folder 7, Document 50

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  • Text: eEeEeEe—eee——e—EeE— —————— — O_o eee EEE ee SaaS... ae MILWALKEE BRAVES STATEMENT The Board of Directors of the Milwalkee Braves, Inc. voted today to request permission for the National League to move their national league franchise to Atlanta for the 1965 season. At the request of Warren Giles, President of the National League, no further statement will be issued until after a meeting of the National League’ to be held in New York tomorrow. Following the league meeting, {fll a major statement will be issued by the Board of Directors of the Millwalkee Braves. ——
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Box 17, Folder 7, Document 36

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  • Text: ei PL a eee == em STADIUM AND ANCILLARY FACILITIES ATLANTA, GEORGIA HEERY & HEERY=FABRaP | Associated Architects & Engineers THOMPSON AND STREET COMPANY General Contractors OcT. 7, 1964 Phnse gic sae ound bea i fa: yack D MEZRAH Or7 Si RE ON —- ee ee ee ww —s. #4 ee an i —
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Box 17, Folder 7, Document 37

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  • Text: = Ms Lt eee 11 ee Bad 1 * % STADIUM AND ANCILLARY F ea : ACILITIES te eee ATLANTA, GEORGIA 3h: Scie OE . _ HEERY & HEERY=FABRaP | SL Associated Architects & Engineers THOMPSON AND STREET COMPANY General Contractors \ ayaa ‘ OCT. 7, 1964 OC1T7 ‘64 FACING S.E FROMNI®3
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Box 17, Folder 7, Document 26

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  • Text: Office of the’ Mayor “- TELEPHONE MESSAGE To Name Telephone No. [_] Wants you to call [_] Is here to see you Ae Returned your call [_] Came by to see you Left the Seas message: ip fe / ‘ a $f fi La) GAA pt AwmaLf SS Tir Date: Time a.m./ p.m. By. FORM 25-5
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Box 17, Folder 7, Complete Folder

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  • Text: . ~ ·~ /r3 3 4 1 ~- A. V £ NU -£ -- 7 d ~ / 11,~ ~ . ~ / PA R I-:'. ~ l{2u__ ,, ~ ~ Y- ' ~ ~ ' ~~ ~ z;_k /I. ' ' ~ I',- / a.,.,.,__ . ;- ~ ~ 9 ~ ~ ~ ~ i I i . �......,.-----,-'IV 'V ,..- "flT V ""I'".-.• -. "Ill" V • ) 28 L OCT OBER 22, 1 64. • to Shift to Atlanta NANCE DOE OB, ~RACUSE R I Ewbank Calls for Top Jet Effort LS AgainstUnbeatenBillsSaturday By DEANE McGOWEN Statement Given Out Amid Confusion - Giles Calls Owners to Meeting Here M. FM. FM -Stereo Reiver, 50 watt stereo amplifier with preamps. Model TA 5000X Audio r,et $319.95 New low price $ rofmlonal FM-Multiplex funer Kit Model F50XK udlo Net $139.95 New low price Snap. on multiplex lldapter ror models TA 224. TA 260 Ind TA 230. Model M X600 ~udlo Net $49.95 Special kif.powered multiolex ' dapter for all Harrnon Kar- ilon tun.tr, with 1•~1,~11Net fsi~o~ multiplex MXSpe[f.~ ultl11lex adapter for rnodoll 250 and f250. Model X800 Audio Net $54.95 Special itation ower UST RecorcJtr. $ 2 $19 1 1 Dual 40 watt V amplifier. Factr: v embled ond wired. Audia et $199. 95 Spec ial Afflllf!X $ Stereo Seit $132 • 88 Tape contained. track atereo or mono. Ooeratn ~rtlcally portable horlzonfally for built-in use. or or Demonstra- ors. Orio. $209.00 Whde hey 1111: $ 198,80 P4NASONIC - World' 1 amallut T1bl1 Model Radio. Looh like a miniature. aound1 liko a full size table radio. Top lid ol)en1 reveallna 2 compartment, for c1g1r1ttu, Jewelry, tllDI, pins, ete.-Hu tran1iltor1 ptu, I diode, and powerful ferrite coro antenna. Po-.·er1id by 3 1eonomlctl oenl,te bat- terlu. Model R·8. $ I4 95 1 Your COit CONCORD TIPI o,,k -Transhterlz,d t rnrk mnno/Jtereo. rHorri / ~~r!' ~~: 3 E143.215.248.55tdti: :i143.215.248.55: tnl mlo , Model 5500. Orig , $220.95. Clm Out. TA.Pt Rec ord,.r 4 sI '9,95 Mlcrophl)rtll. Cltt on stantl , ~ ft. cable J1lu1 . Can b u1td tn de,k er hand-held. R,1 . $0.00 HARNESS lUCING Yonkers Raceway, Central a.nd Yonkers Avenues ...... .8 P ..111. OLY IPIC GAll[ES �'~~,;~;'l.'2.'\\.~~- C.\o•~ Outa. 'lthe.,, o. game a.go.\ns.t. CO\utn'b\a, 'When - - - - - -'!'~.-.-.,-.,,,,-~-.,-_-_-_: -_-_"::-l,"J!,'l:r-crOT!'tm:mc!d"-Bnr~:ri;;yi'Tffll!lrtei~ A~r~ ·c:1;h~ic~ R ~o~ b~e~rt':s ~r:a': ni:": 13   :y: a;::r~d~s~ 1,,..;.~1._;j,._,,__, 1 1 . ~ Clio on ,tand. 6 11. cable, in the season opener for both l b C for "considerations" known to teams. 0 ug. an ' used on d" k " h•nd ·hold. Rog. $9.9o include a 25-year lease on Atla nta's new stadium and exRay Ilg and J ohn P aske pected lush t elevision-radio rev- have been the LStrongest men · the CO lgate defensive unit · enue for sprawling Southeast- Th m have . ebacl-ers ern coverage of a major league e twO Im ~ •except ;_,, N . Y.C. team. barred the 1·oad, wi th Ilg actThe National League meeting ing as the roamer a nd Paske in New York tomorrow pro- as the stationary center man, ~lOUR NEAREST-·-GElfS-TORE: bably will bring strong daring opponents to try the IS LOCATEQ..AT official protests from Milwau- middle. Mills has brought the I forllat!Mllt\l • 2l!2 fast; 4att, Strtttl kee civic leaders, who have threatened legal action if the mation to Kings Point. ThiJS J!l>t Ea>H! 'tftitd ,J.ff.. j alignment depends on power • , 2~ Fulio11 eStreen Braves move to Atlanta. Milwa,ukee County offici- up the middle. P1;hceton, 'BreolilJJt 59 Wllloug/i~J Sli~( • m cono1 tS!ilnd {wllJJe 1 als are demanding that the which beat Colgate, 9-0, last 351 tit~nd &OllC0111'S1! 1 Braves fulfill a 1965 contract week, used the I about 30 per cent of the time against the t 555 Eut Fo~dham Heid ! to play in Milwaukee. A group of Milwaukee busi- Red Raiders. It was to no forw Ht11t· ·~ tD·t-to -Qlltelfs have offered to negoti- avail. The Tigers scored on NASSAU & SOFfOU CO'tlNTt · , , anessmen te for purchase of the Braves, a 22-yard field goal and the ·~,sh~re· 1261 Sunrlte Q!ghwa{ but the t eam owners have told recovery of a fumbled ha ndJella'~i!> • 247·4!1 Jericho °tjllc~.J them the club is not for sale. off in the Colgate backfield. hrttliig~a{! • 34' 11·JWstu4 fPke, l Comic confusion preceded the The Red Raiders' scoring G!~a, ll!lli • m ·l fwtw RlYll. release of the statement. After punch is not too effective. jl1~vll!t • 29& ilr~a, . many reporters were directed But Kings Point may be 'llu~t111gton • Mic~o Tth. l byBartholomaytoahotelsuite lucky to score. Last week • . (500 fl. west of R-f. t u)ri earlier in the day, they were the Marinens dropped a 37-0 .st, nfffH J3t J.Hi:bii Tp\d instructed to remain there until decision to Bucknell. .Vil!GJ Stream • 21a sanrm l*ilhlllJ.j summoned by phone to the "It's good our team was up ,WESl'CllESTEll :OBIJIIH 1 Braves office downtown. for tha t game or we'd have Five taxicabs were waiting been killed," Mills said. !lieut Vernon • 70 East atd-Jtrttt ! His squad will have to be f1cnke1~ . • 1931 C-t.itlral 'Af2ilucJ to take reporters from the hotel way up at 1 :30 P.M. Saturday AllANY (Mtnandt} IEW YORK -·'. to the Braves headquarters. at Shea Stadium. l,lld Cllr Sl!oppigg 'Ctnl~r · 6 Oppose Braves' l\:love • Broaiway &, Wa111a Lane , • Oct. 21 (UPI)NEY/ JEHSU . SixCHICAGO, directors of t he Milwaukee Jerry Edwards, coach of ·Baromw • Hl!d:!lln l!IYf & Roult 440. Braves said today after the undefeated Montclair State, board had voted to transfer the is glad for the experience of -!iSl lll'UA£Wtcli . j franchise to Atlanta that they Reul! i/18 M PrO$pe.lf St: .~effl m ~1110 17l were "unalterably opposed" to N.F.L. Statistics Em Iii.~ • 434 Cu11ra1 Amue, the move. · d Sprlligllefd • llcqle #22' A spokesman for the SIX sai THE LEA DERS rma llilllfe J4Si all voted against the move. It RUSHERSAtt. • . Wf!ti and WareMUS_e, l'la(nVJ!* !:.;J~ was learned the final vote was 12-6 in favor of the transfer. J. Brown, Cleveland ... ... 126 ~ii· 143.215.248.55· There are 23 directors of the Perkins, Dallas .. ..... ... ..100 554 5.5 ball club but only 18 attended {oh7son, l ,ttsbusgh .. ... ... gJ ::~ :J ' l'JY ~:~wn'e~inneas~ii," ... ·102 384 3.8 the meeting. . Ta.ylor, Washi ngton.... ···: 83 368 4.4 - - - -- - - - - - - - - - 1 The statement opposing the Lewis, Detroit....... . 74 341 4.6 move was signed by Edmund Moore, Baltimore. ....... . 74 ~,7 , ~ B. Fitzgerald, Duane Bowman, g143.215.248.55 16:29, 29 December 2017 (EST)r"f,~il:~·. ,~~rt: · .. :.: i~ ~~i ~J Daniel Parker, John Puelicher, Wilson. Los Angeles . .. . 86 284 3.3 J oseph Simpson and Carlton TC.rewB,roswtn.,LoPuh,.,s.dc. ,a lp·h··, a···· 68/ 283 3.5 SE GOOD ?R?. • 6 Wil ~nn. Mason, M innesota . . .. .. 44 281 6.4 TO YOUR FEET ."We are unalterably opposed Hornung, Green BsacY ORING 57 240 4.2 s:Mj ·1 · LIGHT ia weight. Unbeliovabl)I' flexible. '8 i t2 , to the transfer ... for reasons to~k°' B!tTgr~ 1~ 1~ which we feel would be. detri- B~ow~~· Mt'nnes~1!· :. · 9 o o 54 1~ ~~ bmentab111 t? this calorporadt10,~hi··ctho 16:29, 29 December 2017 (EST)ng,p~,\143.215.248.55,:h~~ .. . ase a . m gener • an. ·• Michaels, Baltimore . ·:: o 26 7 47 would violate the public trust Gossett, Los Angeles .. . o 15 9 42 . . . these reasons are of an Groza, Cleveland.· · ··· · 0 16 8 40 economic, legal and moral na- wBaaklek•r,r, Pohe,,1ardoe111 h.·, a·..... o 0 1172 97 39 38 ture." PASS RECEIVERS The Braves were the first maRecd. Yds. Tds. jor league club to transfer a ~ti\~~9~ ::::::::: :: ~ in this century When Ditka, Chicago.... .. . .. ... 37 449 3 jfranchlse th.ey moved from Boston . to 16:29, 29 December 2017 (EST)'.stw143.215.248.55\~ 9100::::::JZ 1 Milwaukee in 1953, drawing Retzlaff, Philadelphia .... ...24 359 3 4 305 23 [1,826,397 and setting a National Brown, Minn~sola ..... . League attendance mark. iacy6~~a,iai~17:l0n .. .... ~~ Brown, Black I Speculation had been rampant Casey, Sa~ Francisco .. . .21 409 3 Up to EEE for two years that the Braves Borr, Baltimore. · · 21 '197 2 ' PASSERS purchased by their preserrt ownAlt. Comp. Yds. Tds. ers at that time, would shift Unitas, Ballimore. .... .. Jt6 61 1,116 11 the franchise Atlanta became Tarkenton, Minnesola.. .. 129 75 1,160 11 Ithe probable new location more ~:~, GEi~~a:t :·... ·. ·. iii :::~ 1i than a year .ago. j16:29, 29 December 2017 (EST)~~n'st.w143.215.248.55\~gto~. i Construct10n began last Brodie, San Francisco. 177 83 1,25<1 7 spring on an $18 million sta- Morrall, Detroit ..... .. 91 so 588 4 1it· :::::In dium in Atlanta. Informed i~~an~' 1,m lg sources said the Braves had E. Brown, Pittsburgh .... 126 68 905 6 76 747 978 52 been committed to move there• M eredi th , LosDallas.· · · · ·120 155 57 Munson, Angeles· .... William C. Bartholomay, Plum, Detroit .. ........ 73 31 426 2 chairman of the board of the Tittle, New York.· · · · ·132 63 739 2 Braves, and other members, however, denied periodically that if the Braves go I have to too. not only was no move commit- That's m obli ation." ted, but also that none was M Yd A th contemplated. aye an t en:;_i . ~~on, e . . . . Braves' grea rig fie er who Racial S1tuat1on Feait>cl is. also a Negro had expressed MILWAUKEE • Oct · 21 (UPI) . concern about moving to At- Lee Maye, Negro outfielder I t . ·t h d b for the Milwaukee Braves, said ' an a ever smce 1 a ecome today he feared rac ial discrim- apparent that the team wanted Send for color · t' · Atl t "l · t I t brochure. see ma ion m an a. JUS 10pe O go. Iand pray we don't go," he -yourttravel adY 85 baseball writers. The team. First baseman, Bill White, st. L 1, .303; second ba,oma.n, Bobby R, on, New York (A l, 267; lhird n, Brooks Robinson, Baltimore ut /; shorrstoo, Jim Frcgosi, Los Anp l, .Z77; outfielder, Roberto Clemrfi ·,. burgh -UK €')~ AM ~ ! 2 U) 23 '- · . I c- oc 0 --: ,.,_ • ·. 6[ ~ _ •• · • ~ "" T, • /[~ La . {l~ ~ rUb ·j �T EL EP H O NE ME SS A GE To _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _-!~'-r--"'----"-__,,"""~,....L <---- - - ~ {J~ Name Telephone No. _ 0 0 0 __,~...._..._-,Z143.215.248.55/ _-~3~i.. ./J .-. .__,._/__ Wants you to call Returned your call 0 0 Is here to see you Ca me by to see you Left the followin g message: fi_O .l. ,a.-.51"-<"" _'~3 - -- - Tim e Date: _ _ _ g ·so a .m. / p .m. By- -- - - - - - - - -..t::Z.=--- -- -- - - -- - - FO R M 25•5 �WESTERN UNION S E NDING BLANK CALL LETTERS GDL ATLANT 10-22-64 CHARGE 10 t nmus RIES E INC • 1332 HEALEY BUILDUG MJERICAN DRAVES RIVERSIDE PLAZA BUILDU M\DISO & CANAL STREETS CHICAGO, ILLINOIS t1ELCOME TO /\TI.ANT > ROOM 205.> RESERVE 1E FOUR S SON TICKETS FOR 1965 SE SON NEAR ATWltA BRAV . DUG OUT • E. FENDLER 4675 NORrHSIDE DIVE, N.· . TL NTA, GEORGIA 30J27 Send th e above message, subject to the terms on bock hereof, which ore hereby agreed to PLEASE TYPE OR WRITE PLAINLY WITHIN BORDER-DO NOT FOLD 1269-(R 4-55) ... �L MES3AC.:.:> AKEH V THIS CO t., r oo PANY ARE SUBJECT TO THE FOLLOWING T. r I t 'l h r O)' i.. , r• .. ..i.U tt r;.r t: •t r. lt u • .,yto:.. dt .r I .tr I~ I ..11-. t.hC C LASSES OF SERVICE MMESTIC $ ERVICCS f'U LL RATE (F"A) t o, f'I"" , oma.n lea J!'-EC.RAIA nt-u· t.dom~cNn'lol. ·n on .., In fAY LCTT£R ll>L) 4 dd(.ned L&DJo-day ""1~ INTERNATIONAL S£AV1Cts u low rat.IS tn·tce, >,ia,y bo wrlttn tn eooc . dvbu, ,er 1D any 10.D.iuac• c, t.ETTCR TELEGRAM {LT) }or c;.,i:rll< Lt pl lnWn •u co1 CJ, tuh&lf-ra.t.t ... Mtn!mumch:lr.1£0for2~ WC,H!J.itoitab �~//- �ATLANTA , GEORGIA Margaret Lars on From M~~ x TO : ANN DRUMMOND Governor Sander s ha s a statement ready, whi ch will be re l eas ed only after Mayor Allen at co have made their variou s a nnou ncements . Weltner,s offi ce has a statement, okayed by Richardson, f or re lea se mi n ut e the news is ~n the wire . Ri chardson is now calling Herman Talmadge, his statement to be in effect a pre-rebuttal t o Proxmire a nd company , who are sure to have much t o ~d y . ml FOR M 2 5 -7 ... �,-- - C LASS OF S ERVI CE T hi is a fas t message un less its d cfc n ed cha racter is ind ica ted b y the proper symbol. WESTERN UNION TELEGRAM w. P . M A RSHALL. l- --lt---1 SF- 1201 (4-60) P RESIDEN T T he filing time shown in che dace line on domestic '!'legrams is LOCAL TIME or po int of origin. T ime of receipt is LOCAL TIME ar point o f desci cion 642P EST OCT 21 64 AE507 PA505 PANA 104 NL- LONG PD ANNAPOLIS MD 21 MAYOR ATLANTA ATLA WHY IS IT THE CUBS CAN STAY IN CHICAGO WITH ATTENDANCE THERE SOMETIMES AS LOW AS 4000 PER GAME WHY IS IT THE PHILLIES HAVE STAYED IN PHILADELPHIA THROUGH A PERIOD OF BOOING AND BOTTLE THROWING FANS WHY IS IT THE INDIANS CAN MANAGE TO STAY IN CLEVELAND EVEN DURING DIFFICULT FINANCIAL TIMES IS THIS THE REWARD ·MILWAUKEEANS GET FOR MAKING THE BRAVES THE TALK OF THE BASEBALL WORLD JUST SEVEN SHORT YEARS AGO• IS THIS THEIR REWARD FOR SETTING ATTENDANCE RECORDS NEVER BEFORE HEARD OF IS THIS THE REWARD FOR CREATING THE LEGEND OF MILWAUKEES MIRACLE BRAVES? A FEW YEARS AGO SOMEBODY CALLED MILWAUKEE FANS BUSH LEAGUE BUT THE REAL BUSH LEAGUER ATTENDED THAT BOARD MEETING IN CHICAGO THE . BRAVES THEMSELVES ARE THE BUSH LEAGUERS• THIS TEAM EXPERIE~ED �[ A- 99230 �u n less its defer- !d ch a r- WE TERN UNION ac ter is i ndicated by t h e pro pe r symbo l. TELEGRAM C LASS OF SERVICE T hi s is a fast messasc D w. The fi ling rime shown in P . MAR S HA LL . SF-1 20 1 (4-60) SYMBOLS D L = Day Le u er N L= Nig h, Letter LT - l ntcrn a riona l - Lett er T clcgram P A~ 9 1D~NT che dace line on dom csric telegrams 1s LO CAL T lill ::u pom c of ongin. T ime of receip c is LOCAL T IM E at p oint o f destination P ANA1 o4/2 .. . .... INSTANT PROSPERITY IN 1953 ATTENDANCE OF OVER 2 MILLION GAVE - -- . . THEM PROFITS THEY NEVER DREAM ED OF NOW I T LOOKS LIKE ....THE GLANOUR ~HAS WORN A BIT AND APPARENTLY THE BRAVES THINK THAT LOYALTY IS A ONE WAY ROAD• THE JOSEPH SCHLITZ BREWING COMPANY OFFERED THE TEAM A TREMENDOUS TELEVISION .SPONSORSHIP PACKAGE ENOUGH . . TO CERTAINLY KEEP THEM ALL IN 'POCKET-- MONEY~ W HAT THE DEVIL . . - .--IS HAPPENING WHEN A TEAM CAN MOVE TO A CI°TY REAP HUGE PROFITS AND MOVE ON WHOEVER HEARD OF A MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL TEAM STAYING IN A CITY 11 YEARS AND MOVING SOMEWHERE ELSE AND WHAT MAKES THE PEOPLE OF ATLANTA THINK ITS GOING TO BE -ANY DIFFERENT THERE• 11-tERE ARE OVER A MILION ANGRY PEOPLE IN MILWAUK~E AND WISCONSIN ANJ THERE ARE GOING TO BE ANOTHER MILLION OR SO EQUALLY AS A... NGRY I N- ATLANTA AND GEORGI A I N 1976 WHEN THE HUNGRY BRAVES -· l lOVE AGAIN AND PLEASE DONT SAY IT WONT HAPPEN W HO WOULD - 1 �A- 992 31 �CLASS OF SE RV I C E Thi s is a fas t message unless I s cfr".n:d cha r• accc r is ind ica red b y the proper symbol. WESTERN UNION TELEGRAM w. P . MAR S H A LL . S F - 120 1 (4-60) SYMBOLS DL =Day Lett er N L= Nigh t Letter LT - l n tern arion a l - Len er T clcg: ram PRllt OID l!: NT T he fil ing time sh own in th e dare !me o n dom estic tel ei.ram s is LOCAL T IME at po int of ori gin . T im e of receipt is LOCAL TIM E at poi nt of destinati on P -ANA1o4/3 H~VE THOUGHT IN 1957 THAT THE BRAVES WOULD EVER LEAVE MILWAUKEE IF THIS IS THE NATIONAL PASSTIME I'LL TAKE FOOTBALL THE PACKERS ARENT GOING ANY PLACE NEALE DONALD WALSCH FORMER RESIDENT OF MILWAUKEE PRODOOTION MGR AND SPORTS DIRECTOR WYRE RADIO ANNAPOLIS MD(OGN TOWARREN GILES. �A- 992 32 �CLASS OF SERVICE Th is is a fast mc:s sagc unle ss its defe r red cha r· ac rer is indic3tc:d by the p r oper symbo l. WESTERN UNION TELEGRAM w. P . MARSHA LL. The filin g rime shown in the d o. re line on domestic teleg rams is LOCAL TIME 3t SF-1 20 1 (4 -60) PRE910 EN T point of origin . T ime of receipt is LOCAL TIME at p oi nt of d cinati 653p EST OCT 21 64 AE511 . RA509 R WA557 PO WASHINGTON DC 21 · 701P EDT MAYOR IVAN ALLEN CITY HALL ATLA WE ARE HERE IN WASHINGTON ALL THE NEWS IS ATLANTA GOT THE BRAVES CONGRATULATIONS WALLY STEWART AND FRANK SMITH (36). �·-;::i <> \ ~ ~\ < V ~ "V" C'"> y A- 99236 �l ~LI BART: 1 01 J•uy - f:Kl V ~ r £ Df L f T US ' ff r.- c ErE · ,,~ (' JR fli\ll PREF-'tr Of i::' "LL Yf'ILJP , J f. · "t/\VFP~P ,. " F [R ,f)Q) 525., ,,., , r) ·.~ • I ,1 , ... ('! y t,, T t< (J r flTL '· 1 11 STMJDS ~t JY T B ~IT on£~ ARMS A J IS • i: · I L M 1 \ ·•,.,LE SOM( I J W'LD i,ER MECC~ f: r R ~Jt=r.RO i\l'JD ~ITE. ~LHH11Jr:M EVEPYTt-JIN'; IS ~OT PERFECT YET, ca E 0\oltl' ~~')NG ANY r ITV OF PROGRESS ~OR lME SOUTH. ANY WHERE ATLANTA AND I .S ~ �A EC T THAT AARON AD MA EGROES IN YOU CLUB ILL l FID R oc £ C TY II. ,'I/ Ill Tt·•E NT r- ' I ; MA fl COPY 959 l/2 H TEP CF T NORT~WEST ATLA 14 GA FU I OU B r. DITOP I ME E~ �i I WESTERN UNION 20 6 AH~9 1 EXTRA lc.'ll.ANTA GA 20 100P EST A U.,B ~YOR IVAN AU.EN om HALL ATLA FCLLOWI~ WlRE SENT TO MILVMJKE.E BRAvrs . "SINC!REL y INTERESTE'O I N YOUR DECISION OONOERHING MAKINO A"lt.ANTA "HOM£ OF' TI-ft BRAVE.S " ClTIZ£N.C'i OF TH£ GREATER 41\..ANTA AAEA DESERVE AN) IILL SUPPORT Mlt.JOR LEIGUE BASEBAU..•. Wf VOULO WELCOME A ftNE TEAM SUCtf. ASTHE MA.YES TO TH£ tl!GA.Tf. CITY 11 TO TIE SOUTHEAST.• ~ - EMPIRE R£Al. ESTATE BOA.RO W T ~OBIE PRESIDENT -.:20,. o"'I 1270 .. • ~ • ( 1-5 1 ) ... �@143.215.248.55 16:29, 29 December 2017 (EST) ATLANTA ' GEO RGIA f7Jt ~ , i c:rZ,n h ~L/IA-l,t:, --fv ~ ~ ,-},, dII &,,;/;: ~ ~ · ~ µ ~ ---- ~ jp,M .~ FORM 25•6 Q V .. , �CLASS OF SERVICE This is 3 fast message unless its deferred choracrcr is indicat ed by chc proper symbol. NU ION TELEGRAM S F-1201 (4-60) W. P . MARSHA LL. Pn11s1o ~ NT T he filing time shown in the date line on domestic telegrams ,s LOCAL TIME at point of origin. Time of receipt is LOCAL TIME at point of d 701P EST OCT 19 64 AE510 ·A LLA;57 PD ATLANTA GA 19 620P EST MAYOR IVAN ALLEN, CITY HALL ATLA I JOIN THOUSANDS OF SPORTS FANS IN THIS GREAT SOUTHEAST METROPOLIS IN WELCOMING THE BRAVES AND YOUR ORGANIZATION TO OUR CITY OF A MILLIQN YOUR FUTURE HOME AV JETT (59). �i ·$ • q;. ~ ~ ~ C"> ......,. \ ~ < ~ ..,..\ y G") "?' A- 9794 9 '°' 1' -1 -- ~ �A RESOLUTION BY DOUGLAS L. FOWLKES A RESOLUTION ENCOURAGING THE MANAGEMENT OF THE MILWAUKEE BRAVES TO MOVE TO THE CITY OF ATLANTA AND OCCUPY THE NEW ATLANTA STADIUMo yl 7\ ~ .~ /0 / ~- QlC /V / /V v~ . ;;· ~ ,v �i MARIE WALTERS, MANAGER Advertising/ Soles Promotion 221 IVY STREET, N.E. - ATLANTA, GEORGIA 30303 - 521-0800 �__ ~-- - ·- ;---- �l ....,..---.;--r-----.,.--,---~.-- . �3XP £ST - qir t - WESTERN UNION ocr 1& G• ,.C3~ rv r A LLB250 PD f. nTRA ATLAff'TA CA 14 25RTH i!VERSIDE Pl.A2A CHICAGO J'.LL AJ..t.OV I€ TO D:PntSS PD..SONAL AND c;IOUP 1NT£R£ST IN CI'fI~ or .ATLI.HTA ITS FIRST 19...,,R LF..AGUF: FsASt~ Lt. CUJII I RAVE nn·, TO BtL~£ IT VIU. BE: 14. succrssrut. StJCCE:SS If C PE'DEM l'IAICAG'£R CONSOl.IDf\TED l'DRttACE' Atm llfV£STKIJIT. ~ _QJ_ -;,: ::· ; ' • 1270 .,.1,,,, (1-51) ~...,-- ,. REA~ �From the desk of: A. E.ARNOLD &{J_,._ ~( £ o v, Iv ~ - Q ~ ~ 0 'L l'---L dL ~ &- 'r ~ ~ ?-u r,,__,___ ~ f3 Cvt fl~ _j}~r fu4' //. _{) 1~~ (Y2t- _/ 'T 143.215.248.55 �1964 OCT DH Atlanta Ga . Oct 16 1964 ie PM 3 46 · 11.11am C Bartholomay ift.1 RC ATLANTA GA ukee Braves Inc 2 Iorth Riverside Pl.aza Chgo. At anta is one of the l ar est telegraph centers in the United Statea . e can assure you., all members of your organization. and members of the pr as the finest servic and cooperation at all times. hav e ould be r al happy to the Braves here and hope you to move to tlant, one of the ill soon announc plans ea.test cities in America ., • E . Arnold , Regional Tanager eatern Union alegra h Co . �_Jt:~~:·-----·-'·-·-· -\ C RA THOLOM Y I LWAUl PRIVATE DWEL \,s y0uR A 10 S LUX RY c)\M °WILL HAVE D ENTHU iASTIC SUPPORT FROM ALL(., Tli:ENS IN A EA ~ . ...... . , .... ........... .-- . ··~· ,.. ... - ' ........ -~· �WESTERN UNION SENDING CALL LETTERS BLANK CHARGE TO Carrollton, Georgia October 16, 1964 Mr . William Bartholc ay Milwaukee Braves 2 North Riv rside Plaza Chicago, Illinois Entire ·or ing force of 800 employees pledge our -,upport to Atl nta National League aaseball Te· m. We urge you to move Braves to At lanta. Roy Richards President Southwire Company Ivan All en Jr . 2- PLEASE TYPE OR WRITE PLAINLY WITHIN BORDER-DO NOT FO~D t �-- ·- TELEPHONE MESSAGE To_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ __ Name---- -- -- - - - -- - - - -- - -- - Telephone No. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ Wants you to call Returned your call D D Is here to see you Came by to see you Left the following message : Date: _ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Time _ _ __ _ __ a.m . / p.m. By- - - - - - - - - - - -- - -- - - -- -- - -- - F ORM25•6 �WESTERN UNIO~ Ullni' E~, OCT 1 0. Oll'J'~ 05~ ~ t- A Ll.J125 PO ATLANTA GA 16 928A EST ~ YCA CITY IVAN ALLEN HA!.(. ATLA COPY 0: VIRE SENT TO !'ULVAUK£E JJIAVES. CO'IGRATUUTIOHS FOR YWflCOPIINQ TO ATUHrA VE VIU BE BEHINO YOU 100 PERCENT OR DIKETT J ASH!....:.""Y ASKL EYS MI~L HOS PtTAI.. . ~9). 1 2 70 ( t- 5 1 ) / t ;.. .$ ~ �- ( CLASS Of S ERVICE This is a fast m essage u n less its d eferred char· "acrcr is i ndicated b y the proper symbol. WESTERN UNION TELEGRAM w. P. MARSHALL. SF- 1201 (4-60) PAl!.91D EN T The filing rime shown in the date line on domestic telegrams is LOCAL T IME at pomt of origin. Time of receipt is LOCAL TIME at point of des 1000P EST OCT . 15 64 AA790 A LLC3g6 NL PO ATLANTA GA 15 MAYOR IVAN ALLEN CITY HALL ATLA COPY OF WIRE SENT TO WILLIAM C BARTHOLOMAY MILWAUKEE BRAVES BASEBALL CLUB CHICAGO ILLINOIS "ALL OF ATLANTA WELCOMES THE MILWAUKEE BRAVES TO BECOME THE ATLANTA BRAVES WE ATLANTANS FEEL THAT WE HAVE THE EXTRA PUNCH TO GIVE YOUR TEAM THE NATIONAL LEAGUE PENNANT IN 1965 AS WELL AS THE WORLD SERIES CHAMPIONSHIP" TM ALEXANDER JR PRESIDENT OF ALEXANDER AND ASSOCIATES REALTY CO 208 AUBURN AVE NE. �c- 22613 �:5>- 2-2 - VI~/ < -~/14 . 0 J- f"z J:..Q . VV lll5.LOW Octobe r 16, 1964 ~ (), Mr / 4 illiam C. Bartholomay 2 Riverside Plaza Chicago, Illinois This i s a baseball town. you. Come on down! .. W ill break attendance records Ed Winslow ., ~· ·' .,. I • ' ., 255 -1367 Octobe r 16, 1964 2 Riversi de Chicago, Illinois I was a fan of the Braves when I lived in Boston ; to Atlanta. Come on I . " �. ,. •' ' ,; Chi cago., Illinoi s: are all awa i t i ng our decisi on t o ma e "Atlanta The New Home Of The Braves" • You will find all of us here in this great growing metr opolis anxious and r eady t o support a good Big League Baseba 1 Team and the Braves in part·cular. A get ing t ogether of Atlant,a and the Braves will l!re a credit to all concerned and equally as profitableo We hope that this night l etter, together wit all of t he other night let ers and telagrams., will i nfluence the Bra es t o make the Ci v o Atl a ta their ew homeo We Respectfully youra ., NORTH CARG JA MUTUAL LIFE I SUR/~ TCE COMPANY C CW Leathers District Manager CWL/m " No Home Complete Without North Carolina Mutual Policies" �Octo olo D r l , 1964 y: I yo Ul 1 C C to l r ly 1 I • I ~ ,,, ~~ ~ ~ -- ' ~ ' /4"->/2 '-l(A '\ �HEERY AND HEERY• FINCH, ALEXANDER, BARNES, ROTHSCHILD AND PASCHAL Fifth Floor Associated Architects and Engineers 70 Fairlie Street Atlanta, Georgia 30303 404 524-1768 October 14, 1964 Mr . Arthur L. ontgo ery Atlant Fulton County Recreation Authority The Atlanta Coca-Col ottling Comp ny 864 Spring Street N. W. Atlanta , Georgia 30308 PRIVILEGED R : STADIUM Weekly Construction Report For ENC eek Endin UR Octob r 13, 1964 . (8) Photographs yor Allen ch to : r. TH R: edne d y Thur d y Frid y S turd y Sund y Uond y Tu day CPII 1 d y October Octo r Octo r Octob r Octob r Octob r Octo r lap d; Thia i th b lfno C II printout tb1 Th G n ral Contr 1 oin on a thr Clear, Cl r, 9 Cl r; 10 Fair, 11 fair, 12 Clar, 13 rtly p rtly 7 8 183 d y re 480 460 650 PM 640 PII 680 PII 500 All; 4 o All; 70 PM 430 AK; 66° PII 470 All; cl r 66° M cloudy, 54-1/2° AM cloudy, 72° PII 1n . nd bitt d y and furth r notice to in ur ,. Al(: ontgomery • �HEERY AND HEERY • FINCH, ALEXANDER, BARNES, ROTHSCHILD AND PASCHAL Pag 2 ACTIVITY: THOMPSON STREET - {General Contractor) Poured rap 11 6 - 57/ E at service level . Graded fill t ervice level . Poured in concourse topping . For ed e t 11 t p de tri n tunnel (parti 1) . Poured lo r level se ting ris rs 37-39 , 32- 3 , 44- 45 , 47 - 48 , 64- 67 , 68-76 . ( 11 parti 1) . etting prec t se ting u it at ain concours 45- 54 . ttin door fra es ·t erv c level . Poured pr c t unit . CECO oved r R p for ESTE 21- 26 service level . - ( at rproofing) t rproofed in concour 36-3 (parti 1) . Co 1 ted t rproofin 1 w r 1 v 1 . W ,t rproof d tend o de tri n tunnel . Plac d al tin con truction and ion joint t low r lev 1 ting ri r . DIXI r ct d 1 Clu onry 43-57/C- tall l d C t rvic t upp r concour 1 v 1. 46- , and t • Unlo t r to 1, ct d upp r 41- · • ld d to ct d upp r coneour ti g t 5. Col to 77 nd fr ins 41-43 . ct a GU et r 1 fo r inf re n teel on tal eek t r la • t 1 in North w 11 rvic tunn 1 (p rtial) . LON o b d -7/C-, - 7/ - • 4 -oO/ - , aervice 1 ¥ 1. uh d i t Club c. 1-3 /C-D at �HEERY AND HEERY• FINCH, ALEXANDER, BARNES, ROTHSCHILD AND PASCHAL P ge 3 ACTIVITY (cont . ) CL ELAND Conduit etc., in onry lls and Club D c , rou bed in 17-21/A-B t s rvice l v 1 . NORTH BROTHERS l talling pip AMERICANS Drilli RY • illi Jlayor itch 11 11 n • Lan llr . Sc rborou h ntativ rvice 1 v 1. TING RY • I' INCH • LEXANDER BARN Proj ct R pr t holes in lower level Proj ct llan a r cc: insulat on ting riser . ROTHSCHILD PASCBAL �CITY OF A T LANTA OFFICE of the MAYOR Atlanta, Georgia 30303 I V AN A L L E N , J R MAY OR R. E A R L LAND E RS AD M I N I S T RA TI V E A SSIST AN T ANN M. D R U MMON D EX E C UTI V E S E CRETAR Y COME TO WHERE THE SIX EYES MEET ••• SO THAT WE MAY SAY THE BRAVES WON'T SUFFER DEFEAT. BRAVE THE WAY AND COME TODAY. THE PEOPLE ARE WANTING SEASONAL TICKETS •.• AND THE CONTRACTOR SAYS THERE WILL BE A GREAT DAY NEXT MAY. COME THIS WAY BRAVES AND SAVE THE DAY • • •• THE MAYOR AND THE ALDERMEN ARE RUNNING AND THE CONTRACTOR'S MAKING HAY • ••• FOR THE DAY NEXT MAY. �~e I ~ . .... .... v · -. . . . . I i\.) . . . ./ - . �SUGGESTIONS FOR GRAPHIC PRESENTATION TO NATIONAL LEAGUE OWNERS I. Population - The idea here is to show them the rapid growth of Atlanta, the city's position as the population center of the Southeast, and the center of a vast, untapped audience potential for major league baseball. a. Chart showing population growth of 5-county metro area s i nce 1930 (or earlier, if desired); r esearch figur es a l r e ady compiled, chart . to be done . b. Map showing population density; radii to illustrate audience potential within 100 miles, 200 miles, .. etc. ; res e arch figure s available (Henson), a lso S. E. 0·ut l ine maps for use in making the map. c. Map showing Atlanta as population center of Southeast; 14 per cent of nation's population in 9 per cent of land area, with Atlanta at the hub . (Mi ght want to include on this map or s eparately a chart p r oj ecting population growth of Southeast t o 1976 and 2000) II . Buying p ower - The idea is to show that Atlanta people bring home enough mone y to afford baseball t i ckets , and the s i tuation is improvi ng a ll the t ime. a. Chart t o show increase in Geo r g ia ' s per c apita inc ome, re late d t o othe r cities ( Pitt s bur gh~ fo r one ) , Southeast a nd national average . b . Chart showing increas e in re ta i l s a l es, proving tha t the money being earned i s be i n g spent (but indic a ting Erosp e r ity rather than how much would be l e f t f or tickets to t he ba ll p ark ) . III. Access i bilit y - The idea i s to show Atlanta ' s conve nience to ot her cities (part icular ly b ig l eague c ities) and acce s s ibility t o the s tad i um by way of interstat e system. a. Map showi ng air r out es t o "national " citie s (which just happen to be 9 Nat ional League cities), with "funnel" sort of graphic effect showing number of daily flights between each city and Atlanta; road distance and flying time to each city shown e lsewhere on map. �N. L. OWNERS -- 2 b. Map showing same information for 10 other "national" cities (but these happen to be the 10 American League cities). IV. "Virgin territory" Idea is to show Atlanta as the cehter of the biggest single region, except the great Northwest, without a major league sports team. a. Map showing just that -- the simpler the better -yet illustrating that Atlanta is not isolated, as West Coast cities are; for example, Cincinnati is the closest major league city (454 road miles - 1 hr. 6 min. by air), but excluding West Coast cities, furthest from Atlanta are Bos LEM (1074 miles) and :t..hmcae lNt (1091 miles). V. Special material on stadium itself a. Color photograph of stadium with city skyline in background (Mr. Shelton has it; it needs mounting). b. B/W artist rendering to show stadium's relative location as to city, freeways, etc. c. Facts and figures on the stadium itself (seating, etc.) and perhaps a few odds and ends on Atlanta (hotels, etc.) �TELEGRAM October 15 , 1964 Mr . William c . Bartholomay , Chairman of the Board Milwaukee Braves 'l'-/o North Riverside Plaza Chicago, Illinois In the past five years , commercial Cold Storage has invested 5½ million dollars , confident of the potential growth of Atlanta and the South. We strongly feel Atlant and the south deserves a ball club with the statue of th Braves. B. c. Simpson, Chairman CO -tERCIAL COLD STORAGE , INC. Atlant,, Georgia CC: ~ ayor Ivan Allen tr. Opie L. Shelton , Atlant Chamber of comm rce �[: !, I .-:'· . . . -. MAJOR L EAGUE . /. I ,• . . . - . ·. .• ~ ". ... · : .. .: 1 _ , . • j,' ..·_... · ···.. :·.-. ... ·:·.-· ·· ._. -~ ~ ~:~ <.. 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A-rt) (o e O g_p., I c f.J \Y(l 1U~il ~ f. f-H: L t ~ S ) «-~ 5 t \ Vv\ \, 1;; CL"\"- - Fo ~ \©E"N l-..k:, O Co E::S- s . c.. .' s P~, v<- ~C>0~"1',.~ ~\t,..)\S D.L- . f.>uW, C L A'1 E ~~ - o ~ Me't". .r!!:~~tj~ "T . e . 'S.....e:> F \ c. I A-<. S 't)t.~ \ r- ~ ' --, ~ tL. Ao~~ C!> ~ S . €. • ~~\(_ \l~, C..0w-w.Up.) l ~ lJ~LiJ~T ~ f\ s s. Co~ . • Re-c. 0-t.~' LO 1-J CJz> U)' µ . C \--bt\ ':> • Lc~C'K fl.._• l.> . ~ <; • I G, (2,f'. ~..,,~ I\ \IV\ \ s ~ I () f.-J CSQ(uP.flE" \>AO t.oe-U- \<. l Lu ~ I s l\.\uc,c;~ ~v-.A '- ~ '-\ · W,C - ~ . 1u. ~ c:. '(YN ~ 0 LO~ - ?~ ~- l) 1L, I l I j4- ~ \LL\ t..)O I S (QLfl,,.S~ ~~'(V ~ _9~'::>- 'i - ~ t'1-> ~ <:;' ' \.v\. s K- (_+ v t L.<- e C 1)C) 'L~ \Iv-.()~ ~ El tU.S ~{t..e: Lo \N\. , ~ c..) ui) • �TELEGRAMS SENT FROM: JACK C . DELI US CHARLES L. MATHEWS GREGORY GRIGGS J. M. FLANIGEN KARL A BEVINS. HOMER W. TOWNSEND HERBERT T . JENKINS JOHN HALL JACOBS JUDGE HERSCHEL COLE S. W. GRAYDON PAUL B. IVEY ERNEST J. BREWER CARL T. SUTHERLAND J . HOW ARD MONROE HARRY H. NIEBRUEGGE CHARLES HENSON CHIEF C . H. HILDEBRAND GRADY H. RIDGEWAY CHARLIE LEFTWICH W . R. WOFFORD J. J . LITTLE JOHN A . WHITE MILTON G . FARRIS SAM MASSELL, JR. P A UL WEIR DOUGLASL . FOWLK ES �Mayor :i.van Alle!l, Jr. and Arthur J\.1ontg0mery, Chair1nan of the Stadium Auth~rity, invited tne to visit Atk.~1ta to look at the new municipal .,;tadium being built and l.0 make a first-hand inspection of the growth and 1:!Xpansion irL tbis fine city and its supporting region. The Stadiur.1 A-ithority has given me. a firm contract for consideration of th~ Braves. I am taking thio back to Chicago a$ pa.:-t of tht evaluation I am making rt>g::trdi::ig the Braves I future. ';_'he 61·a.vcs ri:!i:- 01,r iz c ·-.he reifPonsibility and publi1.: trust invol~_,ed in .:-ven considering th,c: rnoving of u. rJrof-::ssional sports franchi s 1:.- frorn on.e area to another. How<"ver, since baseball is truly a national sport, we can no long e r ignore the vaf:>t i_re'l. tates. STATEl\iENT B:· i,,\-l.LLI/'M C, f~A RTHOLOMAY CHAIRMAN OF THE BG .. .. Kr_·, MIL-NA 1TKZ:S BRAVES ..)ctober 14, 1Yb4 �JAMES W. E. ROGERS ACCOUNT EXECUTIVE MERRILL LYNCH, PIERCE, FENNER & SMITH INC. 2 7 0 PEA CHTREE STREET, N . E ., ATL A NTA. GA. 30303 404 -TELEPHONE• 5 2 2-1313 �
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  • Text: qj WESTERN UNION gfe 4 SENDING BLANK fo" AMERICAN INDUSTRIES. INC. 1332 HEALEY BUILDING Cerrenes eats 10-22-64 ATLANTA BRAVES RIVERSIDE PLAZA BUILDING, ROOM 2053 MADISON & CANAL STREETS CHICAGO, ILLINOIS WELCOME TO ATLANTA RESERVE ME FOUR SEASON TICKETS FOR 1965 SEASON NEAR ATLANTA BRAVES DUG OUT R, E. FENDLER 4675 NORTHSIDE DRIVE, N.W. ATLANTA , GEORGIA 30327 Send the above message, subject fo the terms on back hereof, which are hereby agreed to PLEASE TYPE OR WRITE PLAINLY WITHIN BORDER—DO NOT FOLD 1269—(R 4-55) ALL MESSAGES TAKEN BY THIS COMPANY ARE SUBJECT TO THE FOLLOWING TERMS: x misaken or: deta, the sender of aaatd antes tee ted. Mist be, tel prietuatiog: 400s roatperivan, ghig, an=hatl meee ete ira pact Bylot raise Sores tha te. cd, tae i valerate Ach $8 Tit ounce AT tha agrees sed ny aeat Bet be llable fo evetaes oF ya in the tra ee Malivery, ep tor nav-dnilyery, of any Thema reer ALON AE the ynery i cate iracrata aoe eee miner < eee mt gale nila ae Specially saree nee, cast fp io deliver, oF tae ue . ee Of tines 7 ap be Naess Saree or See pe a ee Se et rads aes hes Oat a arrater vale fel @ eit i mel coe bye the peri her tor Aneel rc set lead lee tecmatecmemeee Seri ar est ch Pld balan. eddiiihal thane eens mw ices nt ‘tite bet ceatt ut hare ny Sea dort big ene teeing dbeetivent te mh a a patie Listed tm tire Teterragh Companys Tirectory of ations cover tte ditiewry etm Echoes ty. Sea Tipit he idadestinel tio path. lie ne Ted i eo 1 doom a atte Chi Mure at Picee leary cil eileen, eT hae ten Vo ibiniing thet Lhe senda alilibrcegy clsccum ‘er, ok alu a ichand i aL 8 eikene fearon ta strhpee tor abe tyes ¢ abd Sts fica the extteaae egrets tl Day tp 5. Jo reepossiiity iin tothe Trlege pany emeerniog meeverien inl the eile Auhe af i jing _ sett 47 be erupeces! Motte high ottee by ear al the bee eniyets, Te aie {poltoer as the cee qt of (liemepder, A Paling. many eT al mipary tg nee Dees. os Soe Beer je Cut ietaite 2 the auead of ibe To jap Cukcpaby in aerpiAlue the loeeagr, y yuuy prices moa Te Viese Up suc hb Sheep lateee te rhe Telcrap AT Costas at pit bell he ane fae Wut bid ie ay oe a eC ee e a dhainy De nick (irverntted baw oie. us the Tonga Company, (a) ati we ety ‘wrt. Len! ty re hae! epee tat | PRE WALete = My lies Leta ek f tise oe Let eeny a olay te fe 5 ees WY 1 thee Breet, ne Vet sink GME i ae. ia 4 io phe Bie? 5 aye abies 2 Rail at ue seabed ao Heat eee hes ae ahd vei witty tke nee aller ti with any feat Ae utoncr kin its: § ots Ulead Males a tore milan fa thee jaw te ars tothe parsers waver, fab tile euniaitian 8 ‘anil but Stnly te YM ota oye that Wher ce umtpeliaces witaia tas pornos Sirievys Levy 419 of toe ‘Comme bi nets, Peet peat coplace ‘cligragh Company to reeover (he telly for any, memage of meseges [he Bromps and eorress trancutleston ard delivery thizeot ahell be cites tm oven be zine of mace aig Lo th dane, raat Io, t opply to muedenzes to wach wf sock rexpective chums tn Sddlton bo & No employes of the Teisersph Coc:pany ty authorised to Vary the forecting. aw teh CLASSES OF SERVICE DOMESTIC SERVICES | INTERNATIONAL SERVICES AMER UCTS grensds tn Ramse ites May be written ln code, cipher, o¢ In any Lingunge @> Homan [etter QETTER TELEGRAM SHIP RADIOGRAM “For Pomme io cod Irom ships ot ae « "For overnight plain language inesarey, at half-rato, Mflolimum charge tor23 words apptian,
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Box 17, Folder 7, Document 14

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  • Text: WILLIAM C. BARTHOLOMAY mil als Tam pee WE ARE A WCrEKLY NEWSPAPER PROGRAMMING TO A READERSHi> OF NEARLYI1N0,000 MOSTLY NEGROES, LET US OSSURE YOU THAT ATLANTA STANDS READY TO RECEIVE YOUR BALL CLUB WITH OPEN ARMS AND IS PREPARED TO OFFER 4 FULL AND WHOLESOME LIFE FOR ALL YOUR PLAYERS, NEGRO AND WHITE, ALTHOUGH EVERYTHING IS NOT PERFECT YET, ATLANTA CAN HOLD HER OWN AMONG ANY CITY ANY WHERE AND 1 A) MECCA OF PROGRESS FOR THE SOUTH, is ‘ 525= SORS me x VOR an ~ kw OCT 2012467 Est "ME ARE CONFIDENT THAT AARON AND MAYE AS WELL As “fsneera THE OTHER NEGROES IN YOUR CLUB WILL FIND TRE TE CATY * j TO THEIR LIKING. ' S25~cone LTH) |THE ATLANTA INOUIRER ie CHARLES & BLACK MANAGING EDITOR MAIL Copy , |. CFN FURNISHED “859 1/2 HUNTER ST NORTHWEST ATLANTA 14 GA ~ ‘ )
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Box 17, Folder 7, Document 22

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  • Text: From the desk of: A. E. ARNOLD Pipe eH 0% bhi a fille-che A xa G- Ouyy Te ~~ lebes ren fe Hi. as the Peery poe” farts 4 Aneta OA os 106 [oy
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Box 17, Folder 7, Document 58

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  • Text: Macon, Ga. 745-5877 Frank Baker October 16, 1964 Mr. William C. Bartholomay 2 No. Riverside Plaza Chicago, Illinois Come to the land where people have craves For women, money and the Milwaukee Braves. Frank H. Baker Macon, Georgia Credit card: 745-5877-H316 PL 5-1169 Gordon Sharpton October 16, 1964 Mr. William C. Bartholomay #2 No. Riverside Plaza Chicago, Illinois We in Atlanta are looking forward to you and major league baseball, Gordon Sharpton OOG-LLYL Wiarle Walters jo: October 16, 1964 Mrs William C. Bartholomay #2),Riverside Plaza Chicago, Illinois There are approximately one-half million female baseball fans in Atlanta. We need "Brave" men, From sixteen of them - Marie, Ruth, Nancy Mary, Genelle, Joyce, Doe, Katherine Eva, Carolyn, Gayle, Barbara, Pat Virginia, Linda, Rita PO 1-8582 Bill Rollins A October 16, 1964 Mr,/ William C, Bartholomay #2 (Riverside Plaza Chicago, Illinois Braves, please advise flight number and time of arrival. I will meet you at the airport. Bill Rollins Dis D=-VUUDS fa winslow No October 16, 1964 sie illiam C. Bartholomay #2/Riverside Plaza Chicago, Illinois This is a baseball town. Will break attendance records for you. Come on down! Ed Winslow 255-1367 Tom Anderson pe October 16, 1964 Mr/ William C,. Bartholomay #2{Riverside Plaza Chicago, Illinois I was a fan of the Braves when I lived in Boston; I've moved to Atlanta. Come on! Tom Anderson BL 5-0494 John Carnes Ae October 16, 1964 Mr, William C, Bartholomay #2(Riverside Plaza Chicago, Illinois Reserve box seat for opening game in Atlanta. Advise. John Carnes 344-4869 Gene Ownby ye October 16, 1964 me, William C. Bartholomay #2 /Riverside Plaza Chicago, [Illinois As convention chairman, can plan events to coincide with your opening date in Atlanta, Please advise. Gene Ownby 3400 Ardley Road, S. W. Atlanta, Georgia Hit 5-1441 George McUraw Nla- October 16, 1964 Ko é Mr/ William C. Bartholomay #2/Riverside Plaza Chicago, Illinois Be "brave", come to Atlanta, George McGraw TR 4-1877 Morris Taylor le: October 16, 1964 ual illiam C. Bartholomay #2/Riverside Plaza Chicago, Illinois Available in Atlanta: One large stadium and one million baseball fans. Morris Taylor PO 6-2416 Ed Carithers jo: October 16, 1964 Mr, William C. Bartholomay #2(Riverside Plaza Chicago, Illinois Urge you to occupy Atlanta's stadium in 1965. Ed Carithers DR 7-3716 Tom Pettes 6 October 16, 1964 a Mr. William C, Bartholomay #2 Riverside Plaza Chicago, Illinois Y'all come, here (Atlanta, 1965)! Tom Pettes a
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