Looking Back

Fifty years ago today, September 4, 1967

Garrison Probe

Chief Justice Earl Warren said today New Orleans District Attorney Jim Garrison has presented “absolutely nothing” publicly to contradict the findings of the Warren Commission on the Kennedy assassination. Warren said in all the material written about the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, he has not heard “one fact” to refute the Commission finding that Lee Harvey Oswald alone was the killer.


Twenty-five Baker High students have taken an ambitious bite of academic apple, and the coming year will show how well they digest it. They will be the first students to take a course, new to the Muscogee County School District, in literary criticism.


“What did I think of Stan Musial? He was one of my idols, that’s all.” Henry Aaron, the Atlanta Brave outfielder who now stands ninth among the all-time major league home run hitters, made the comment Sunday shortly after he blasted the 476th round-tripper of his career to move ahead of the former Cardinal star in the homer derby.