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Box 19, Folder 3, Document 14

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  • Text: GUY BOSSINI DEVALL ae 1007 Sixth Street Santa Monica, California 90403 Telephone: 459582727 September 17, 1966 Honorable Ivan Allen, Jr. Meyor of Atlanta City Hall Atlanta, Georgia Dear Mayor Allen: TIME Magazine of September 9, 1966 reports that General Blectric has created a new division for the purpose of "creating new cities from the sidewalks up." Where the G. E. concept consists of purchasing a large amount of acreage (a rather difficult task) near our menufacturing centers, I have presented to them my concept (see enclosed paper "Housing for Minority Groups") which sug- gests use of land within urban areas, and G. E. has expressed interest in my concept. * My concept begins by creating much-needed new "ghettos" which, in addition to providing new, decent housing, will also provide work, thus removing the negroes' reason for marching and creating unrest. ~ This concept is adaptable to any city. Where today the land adjacent to a ghetto has a poor market value, in the future it would become very valuable, because it would become a manufacturing area. If you are favorably impressed with this concept, it would lend weight toward consideration of my idea by G. KE. Los Angeles Channel (KTTV) on September 24 will tape a program featuring an interview and my drawings. If an Atlanta TV station were to ask Channel 11 for a tape of the show, I am sure KITV would be pleased to provide it. If the same Atlanta TV station were willing for me to appear on TV, I would be glad to tell of my experiences as a member of a minority group (Italian). I landed in New York with 25¢ in my pocket, not knowing either the language or anyonee I could tell how I lived and starved, but never once asked for a hendout. How many times I envied negroes that could get jobs as train porters (I wanted to see America) while I could not. I would like to tell of the many advantages that the U. S. negro has over the new white immigrant - yet no whites march and yell "We want power!" Power has to be BARNED. Only dictators grab power--and the U. S. is no land for dictators. Yours sincerely, ppp 70 oe , GBdVem Guy Bossini deVall *As background material for the paper on minority housing, I enclose copy of paper on road building which I trust you will find of interest. Enels. P.eSe If you are willing, and would have the time, to appear on TV in Los Angeles, please let me mow. I am sure your comments would be of interest to Angelenose
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Box 19, Folder 3, Document 18

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Box 19, Folder 3, Document 22

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  • Text: THEODORE P. TONNE 222 OSCEOLA ROAD BELLEAIR CLEARWATER, FLORIDA September 10, 1966 Hon. Ivan Allen, Jr., Mayor City of Atlanta Atlanta, Georgia Dear Sir: Please permit me to congratulate you on your courage in ordering the institution of action against the persons responsible for inciting the recent rioting in your city. Your action is a very welcome contrast to the political cowards in other states and cities in our country. There are many millionsof your countrymen who were as thrilled as I was when I read about your action. I do hope that you will carry this matter through and not be de- flected from your course by pressure from Washington and other pussyfooting areas. The decent Americans of our country are fed up with the disrespect shown for law and order throughout our country, not only by the violators but by courts and officials who are supposed to uphoid the law. I would suggest you ignore the stupid item in The Wall Street Journal of September 9th. Because of your action the City of Atlanta, Georgia has gained in stature and re- spect what too many American cities have forfeited due to lack of law enforcement by political minded officials. Let us hope your courageous action will be a turning point and cause other responsible officials to follow in the course you have blazed, I am an old man and perhaps I may again some day be proud of my country rather than the present opposite. Wath respect and best wishes, I am Very sincerely yours, Theodore PP. Tonne
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Box 19, Folder 3, Document 20

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  • Text: September 9th, 1966 Honorable Ivan Allen Mayor of the City of Atlanta Atlanta, Georgia Dear Sir: Keep the faith Mr. Mayor and let your great city lead the way in exposing those misguided individuals who operate under the guise of freedom... freedom to commit acts of civil disobedience that would ultimately destroy our way of life. We know that millions of innecent people have fallen prey to this infamous conspiracy. Civil disobedience has been tolerated and even encouraged by meny of our leaders on the "political" scene in both major parties. I have already heard many favorable comments about your strong stand for AMERICANISM this week. You have done yourself proud. You have set an example that all Americans might well follow. I believe, as I am certain you must, that if we spent more time promoting our wey of life we would need to spend less time defending it. The time has come for us to put down those who would destroy our precious heritage. I believe that you are LEADING THE WAY there in Atlanta, and I also believe I speak for millions of red—bloodied Americans when I urge you to FORGE AHEAD, Please accept my best wishes and Godspeed to you from "just an average citizen" in Fayetteville, N. C. Resvectfully yours, ke W. Cox i 805 Emeline Avenue Fayetteville, N. C. 28303
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Box 19, Folder 3, Document 13

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  • Text: ALUVUEBAS ide MUSE ESET i Mig EGA S ;. oes Uh i NE AWd Ce gREM ULE 7b S77 i ATMO YIN Len we PME Cit PO T= te f+ G8 : ALE Oy: me ay, Mi CH/LGKEN Zi ay SOME A 9 LAS Ci AS Ce i. AS UGS. ue 4 IN Tht1§, bed LaF: te re NIGCEL: AACE. j _ SEPARATED Alva ic . A MY in Ce eeeree LUA | | D 22. Pie AbGUe 6 -% “ PVE PZ, aces WHE lw OMEN Ye MY WAY renee HRN SAE GEEIER CoUdER. THE Ys pl em THE DAE SCA JE x | ey GA ites Tae nie Me SJEPS EL SA ERE COMEéE THe: MEI yr Ga & DAM A RAM ped WRI | HAR HEAVEA WHS f= be Bk he un ER GovdEk VEA LUBA tC oP I | “hy V9 Wi) 22. MSE iM Whipe ade ees Md 4 tee, wf Gul ze. 20 ae W PEs AM OLd PAF? Az H4/§ oH EL alta Sp Be Co geh. UBA LUBA: SHEE CAT MEM EA MIG GLE WHO LILA CRIME “AM TROUCLE (jMb- AESEAS& AN ISASTAG ale AE fe SAL) Me ane Ay Oa; a Je LEY MOLE ‘Cad Ax ae
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Box 19, Folder 3, Document 21

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  • Text: Hen, van Allen, on, Silantx i GA. Md Hon, Sr- The ye a personal ga ae cet 2242 Oct Str Cte COLA % pihie/ hand tisg of Thee ae Lis rep ela Came V0 gee 7 oo toy tig L tiie Do See OSS O22, tee Hs Lier o hag | Shonf of of: pigs fe a CWhe trachiye Oh ie "he couwage 2 Linley of Ces oe be mation tre aa ~ 4forn ete twcll, Fen ; ere cusfaen i fi Cee agi DL, how sare ial we Rate~mt SO hal oe sdf Ge nee F779 OF? De, Featen | KispeCfally, Grr 5 ) 2 10-66 Vleaatcle (Satan G20 Ny its Dori lazrX, Cr egen, Te |
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Box 19, Folder 3, Document 3

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Box 19, Folder 3, Document 46

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  • Text: (S66 A 72t S*- NP CAMP REL: MILWAUIEE,, WIS: YES, THE UAPRatCRED SepT. 10, 126 NEGR ATTACKS ~ HAVE BEEV Gane = CC! AVANAGER, ON FoR YEARS VET: ADAUINISTIPAT Lon i) ee — AVILWAUREE, WIS. 4 appar THERE, SS 2050 Coen ny ome ATLANTA, 6A. i. FRANR EVANS O~ 425; ! 7€ OFFICE oF THE A — ; ) Wik iC jane DEAR SI R: THIS 1S To ADVISE You THAT THE wrrTER, A 63~ YEAR OLD PERMANENTLY AND TOTALLY DISABLED WORLD WAR T NAVY mae WHO TALL, STRONG AND SHIART For MY AGE, AS WEAL AS EXTREMELY PATRIOTIC AWD HAD ENLISTED AT THE TENDER AGE OF FOURTEEN, wiTH AN 87H GRADE EDUCATION, cin can a i PLUS A BACKGROUND OF THE Most ARIECT PovERTY AND Pao HousiNe, AS A SLUM DWELLER IN THE CHICAGO STOCKYARDS Di STRIGT. HAS BEEN THE INNOCENT VICTIM IN THIS NECkO CaPPLING CamMuUNITY, OF SEVERAL CRUEL, CoWARDY, SAVAGE, SADISTIC AND STRESSFUL ADULT AND JOVEN! LE NEGRO STREET AND STORE ASSAULTS AND INJURIES, ALL OF WHICH WERE HUSHED UP" BY THE HUMAN RIGHTS HYPOCRITES AWD PROtESSED CHRISTIANS IN OUR MIDST. THESE UNPRaVORKED NEGRO ATTACKS ON WHITE MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN HAVE BEEN Gone ON UNSTOPPED Fale YEARS. Notting LIAS EVER SEEN Dove Ta CURB THEM. HAD | ii ABSOLUTELY NOTHING TO PRoVcRKE Avy THESE NUMEROUS NEQRo ATTACRS. rH WEIPE ALL PROMPTED BY PURE HATE © THE WHITEY” THE SAME. is AT WATTS WHERE UNDER THE SUBTERAIGE OF PoLICE BRUTALITY. THE BLACKS DRAGGED ELDERLY A\b DERNSE- LESS WHITEY FROM THEIR CARS AND BEAT AND STOMPED THEM. THEY, OF COURSE, ALSo CAUSED A GREAT DEAL OF ee AND DESTRUCTION - 5 INSTEAD OF DEPLORING THE DEARTH AND DESTRUCTION ALL RiNbs OF SiLLy EXCUSES AND EXPLANATIONS BY So- CALLED“EXPERTS” WERE. MADE FOR THE ARSon, ANARCHY AND LOOTING AT WATTS. THE” Pook, HUNGRY NEGROES? ALSO LOOTED THE LI@uak STORES AND § AND 2-YEAR OLD KIDS GoT DRUNP ON THE STOLEN BOoZF AND YELLED" BURA BABy BURN IF THEY WERE MERELY MAD AT THE COPS ECR ALLEGEDLY NISTREATING THEM THEN WHY DID THEY VENT THEIR VIcLENCE oN THE CIVILIAN WHITEY?» WHAT WAS THEIR METNET J THINie STCREY CARMICHAEL HAS ANSWERED THIS QUESTION. WAS GLAD To LEARN HE WAS ARRESTED For INCITING A Riot IN ATLANTA, HE BELONGS IN A CAGE WITH HIS CRAZY "BLACR PowER" TAL. HE MUST BE ConPLETELy MAb. HE SHavLb BE HARSHLY DEAT wITA. GEN: WALKER WAS RRANDED A MENTAL CASE FOR FAR LESS THAN CARMICHAELS ale | CARMICHAEL. 1S AN ARROGANT ASS, AS WER NS_UN- AMERICAY. HIS ATI TUPE LS WARPED, HE is A SICK MAN. SO [S ALLEGED COMED! AW DICR GkEgIPY WHE WAS CONVICTED OF ICTS Ne AND Ieickive CHICAGO CPs BUT IS STTIAS ——_— _ i ——. es | x — Con SIDERED A'RIG SHOT” AFTER HIS IN HUMAN AND ANIMALISTIC ACT. SINCE WHEN DcES ONE SANE HUMAN REING BITE AN 6 THER? TF I WERE TO Go Ta THE LOCAL VA OFRGE AND WoULD BITE OR RiGR SOME ONE DowlV THERE THEYbD CALL ME DEMENVTED AND SEND — ME To A NUTHoUSE AS A MENACE To Soclery. HOWEVER, THE CARMICHAELS AND THE GRECORYS GET BY WITH SUCH INSANITY. THE PRESS IS STILL ONLANG BLACR POWER" CARMICHAEL THE CHIER” CHIEF WHAT? CHIEF ASITATOR AND TRQUBLEMARER ® HE SHOULD HAVE BEEV PUT AWRY THE VERY FIRST Tine HE YELLED BLACR Powe’ HE I's Too YéLLow To AeHT FOR HIS COUNTRY. HE I's Too COWARDLY To S'0 To VIETNAM, HE,TO0 LS AN AUTHOR oF ANARCHY. CONGRESSMAN CLAYTON POWELL WENT ALONG WITH CARMICHAEL, AND THE CRAZY BLACR PCWER'BIT AND BOASTED OF CARPY/NG A 38 PISTOL! HAS HE THE RLENT TO CARRY A CONGEALED EAPON JUST BECAUSE HE 1S A MEMBER OF CONGRESS P TF Say OC WE ATTACRED AND THREATENED CAUCASIANS AVE THE SWE RIGHT TO PROTECT cuR PERSENG e re PERN APS tee 00 IS A PRIVILE CED CHARACTER THEYRE T. TALRING ABOUT PASSING AN ANT Gun LAW. BUT LET LET POWweLL “Cubes, 2) Distal! THATS our GREAT Socié aye WE ARE Scr AND TIRED OF THE WHOLE DIRTY , ROTTEN MESS. RIOTS! PROTESTS! BRI Ck, O BOTTLE AND STONE THROWING —& SINGING AND CHANTING EFC, THIS CS NOT AMERIC Ich ANYMore, £1 1S AN ASPHALT JUNGLE! THE PRESIDENT SHOULD PoT_A PERMANENT STOP To > FO SUCH SAVAGERY ! THE BAG BLACES START A RIOT OVER THE MOST TRIVIAL THING. THEY TRI GOER IT BY RESIST- ING ARREST. IT 1S HIGH TIME To RESTORE LAW ae ORDER iN OUR m4 a LUNATIC <<. == —_ = = -” CWILIZED> DONT TALR ABOUT i Rieke WITH CHARACTERS LIRE CARMICHNEL AND OTHER “POORS' oN THE Loose! YOURS TRULY, FRAN EVANS
  • Tags: Box 19, Box 19 Folder 3, Folder topic: Summerhill riot | non-favorable or radical attitude outside Georgia | 1966
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Box 19, Folder 3, Document 75

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  • Text: 160). Richmond Avenuc Portsmouth, Virginia 23704 September 9, 1966 To whom it may concern: Dear Sir: This is an expression of my feeling of the trouble you are having throughout the nation, in which you are placing the blame on some leader of some group, making yourselves innocent of this great transgression. But, the way I see it, you that are sitting on the judgement seats and running the states are to blame for these race riots and political disturbances. When I look back on the dark pages of history, and see how that men of your race have entered jails, taking out negroes, beating them, hanging them, dragging them through the streets behind automobiles, and shooting them down like dogs, and bury- ing them deep in the marsh, under dams, while you that are supposed to administer the law sit idly by and doing nothing about it, then, it is you who are to blame, and not Mr. Car- michael. But, to cover up for yourselves and the dirt that you people have swept under the rug for years, you'll always Get some Outstanding negro, who will stand up for his rights and try to liberate his people; you will take this man and try to impose punishment upon him. But, let me warn you, you will not get away with this. You may be able to take a man, put him in prison, and keep him locked up for years, but you can- not stop the storms of God. They will come and destroy you by the thousands and you will not be able to do anything about it. Bear in mind, it is written: "As a man sowth, so shall he also reap." So, you have sown conruption and you are going to reap the same. There is no "maybe so" about it, no getting around it. You're goings to reap what you sow. I am a minister of Christ, not of men; therefore, I speak freely the things that are right and are true. I don't believe in violence, neither do I intend to get involved with the polit- ical affairs of this life, but, know ye this thing, that you have imposed slavery, hardships, suffering, and much afflictions upon the so-called negro man for approximately two hundred years. When you broke jail and took him out, and hung him, without @iving him a trial, you were taking away his constitutional rights; these great crimes have gone unpunished for approxi-= mately two hundred years, and you blame Mr. Carmichael for nN sptember 9, 1966 rioting, for a riot in Georgia. Let me say unto you law-makers enforcers of the law, and judges that are sitting on the judge~ ment seats, you have better examine yourselves and see now, aren't you the blane. My people have served your children, have nursed them, i and cared for them, and I'm sure some black hand has cared for you. They have even cooked your food and washed your clothing, and you have even raped my women and caused them to bear chil- dren for you. When the child is born, he comes here innocent, but, because he is born in the dark race, even though a white man's his father, he has to suffer the same way. Wake up and stop being a fool, It is God that made Man, and not Man, himself. We are made after the likeness of God, therefore, regardless to the complexion or the color of the skin, a man is still a man and that's all he is. "And Adam called his wife's name Eve because she was the mother of all living." Genesis 3:20 When you read this letter, I hope you will understand my knowledge in the mystery of Christ which in other ages was not nade known to the sons of men as it is now revealed to His holy prophets and apostles by the Spirit. Looking to hear from you soon. I remain a contender for the faith which was once delivered unto the Saints, Bishop z Bishop L. Brown Jr.
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Box 19, Folder 3, Document 62

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  • Text: SELBY V. LOVE, M. D. SUSKERUEEE AVENE 511 Club Lane _ LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY 40207 SCAB September 11, 1966 The Honorable Ivan Allen, Jr. Mayor of Atlanta Atlanta, Ga. Sir: This is to congratulate you most heartily for taking a firm stand against the infamous West, agian, Stokely Carmichael, The freedom that such as/are’ being allowed to wreck our nation is beyond comprehension. However, I am shocked that you favor "even a stronger open housing bill" than it is in its present form, This is unauestionably a measure that will eliminate freedom of choice for all, even you. This also, will NOT stop riots such as have just had, Neither integration, open housing, nor any of the things this movement ostensibly pursues is the real goal behind it all, You must know that they are asking for the IMPOSSIBLE, and they are all intelligent enough to know this, The real goal is HEVOLUTION. This should be clear for all who have eyes to see and ears to hear, Hundreds of thousands of people, white people, live in the same squalor that thousands of Negroes live in. But it has never entered their minds that riots and destruction of property was the way to obtain better living conditions$ After all, PEOPLE MAKE THEIR OWN ENVIRONMENT, These living conditions did NOT come already equipped with filth, vermin and squalor, PEOPLE MAKE SLUM, You have made a courageous stand for which people across the nation will admire and applaud you. Please do not now fall into the "liberal" cliches, that after, they really DID have an excuse for their anarchy! There is NO excuse for this conduct. I know you are a busy man, but I beg of you to take time to read the enclosed. It will be of help to you. t sincerely ae Mrs. Selby VY. Love +o re
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Box 19, Folder 3, Document 65

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  • Text: S41 OF. Pnanrcheety 7 Leptin ber) 10,49GGS -2- One chi Aeecerthy) theo pou tk high Or Pn cleat. teas nx bp shat tee a Bad, Fa Ceca oP 4 ocak yy) 2 7220 rte wy Cae nih Pe ss eu rollback 5 ovale age Lf cay. , WNMowme ct. be Bro Ave ate kr Candle) Ors forrhy , & Ahutt nhe Ghote and Cindy «Ato Aery aw *ALw, BAY M207 Leber Co metenect Fhe ANOKAD ite Leppert chic: BAZ E B38 S/IIST2Z 3.235 634 ' BSslASFS SASERS 3175 Fx Quel) rnd, X) RAeughk of pubes ea tgers. anes fru bby. VPage pba ses ee x bat ff yet Arve whe towrege & ihs ct uk tet Of grr Att, gourd Norm rakeete) sgerur/ Hare. Ond Ar frriCeih’ Ary OARav wag t$t4e at Aw AZAD Acdece. | Pie wtpben ee ie Am LE CREEP re ene REE ——— SET et, CLegn ze, Ze Fton, Fe) CEsther Mo. H. Lofton)
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Box 19, Folder 3, Document 29

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  • Text: EDWARD M. EPPRIDGE 518 ROTHBURY ROAD woOoDsRoODK WILMINGTON, DELAWAR Nu Mayor Be Pe A g di 7 Sihe care ) that ratty ‘tad Qapug Alien 461 aud A is Gi Part Arcie 4 C fod Lord | L Ct é fbi Meas Cu A ful fos nike s Vi a oonple a jens aul cally ohy hy wae “Aot per we ao ue Aayr Juieuy |
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Box 19, Folder 3, Document 71

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  • Text: A Veils Cleveland B tate | | Gin te 9 estas Biel, aa Mayor °) At\ act 4 Dear Lv Res at Te ea ae oy ov Cian Taner Gan 4 A eter ce Vy Seems as We Seme vo a a sh O ies yeh oy al S aie J >» c\ow STs CaYm- Lonuwe) ah \o Vvinided ee eT ~~ Enid Me KY 6 b Gh ies = 67S wee pl G Cli ee SAG...
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Box 19, Folder 3, Document 33

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  • Text: | Fr Oeste Sy Deal, Vipers) A fehdn 1y (P66 Be iby... Ae AZ = ee) eee Paget Lo Ie igs, lech Viper OG eee ] oe otek es ee (—— — rE td JE 0! Dish {7 s - ae ate Lit Ee faite at id
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Box 19, Folder 3, Document 9

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  • Text: dE G4 ADOLPH S. OCHS, Publisher 1896-1933 © ORVIL E. DRYFOOS, Publisher 1961-1963 The Lessons of Chicago If Senator Everett Dirksen has any doubt about the urgent need for a Federal fair housing law, he has only to visit his home state of Illinois. Chicago and its suburbs have been the scene of marches and coun- termarches by Negroes and whites on the housing issue. After Negro demonstrations brought an agree- ment to promote open occupancy in housing, white landlords picketed in protest. With another march scheduled for Cicero today, fresh explosions of com- munity bitterness on both sides are feared. What is happening in and around Chic: ~s could occur in any metropolitan area in the country. In Dayton, Ohio, there has been rioting which only the National Guard could quell and which arose from the endemic unrest in that city’s Negro ghetto. Tightly segregated neighborhoods are not guarantors of peace; on the contrary, they breed conflict. The fact is that racial discrimination in housing is as funda- mental an injustice as Jim Crow public facilities or barriers to voting. The nation has long evaded this hard problem; many people would prefer to keep on evading it, but events make it plain that evasion is no longer possible. Nor should it be, The question before Senator Dirksen and his Re- publican colleagues—who will determine the fate of the cpen-housing section of the civil rights bill which the Senate begins considering Tuesday—is not whether to take up the housing issue at this time. The demon- strations in the streets have already placed it on the nation’s agenda. The real question is whether it is going to be settled lawfully and responsibly in the halls of Congress or irregularly and perhaps violently in the streets by rival displays of pressure and intimi- dation, ne SHS Nev ey ‘4 ork Sines Published every day dy = New York Times Congo 2 be THE NEW YORK Times! - ] -SUNDAY| SEPTEMBER 4, 1966, 4 ARTHUR HAYS SULZBERGER \ Chairman of the Board { ARTHUR OCHS SULZBERGER President and Publisher @ HARDING F. BANCROFT, E'xccutive Vice President q ANDREW FISHER, Vice President MONROE GREEN, Vice President IVAN VEIT, Vice President FRANCIS A. COX, Secretary-Treasurer ; e TURNER CATLEDGE, Hwecutive Editor JOHN B. OAKES, Editorial Page Editor o LESTER MARKEL, Associate Editor / JAMES RESTON, Associate Editor \ a ~~. "A comprehensive staiute placing the legal authority and moral sanction of the Federal Government behind | the principle of open occupancy is essential. As mat- | ters now stand, many landlords and real estate agents in Chicago and elsewhere are still asserting the “right”’—morally indefensible though it is—to dis- || criminate against Negroes in the sale or rental of | } propert In this respect, the housing question is back on the level where the schoc. cesezregation issue was a dec- ade ago when Southern stctes were still proclaiming the illusory doctrine of “massive resistance.” But in |) housing as in education, the question to be asked is not if or when but only how is desegregation to be accomplished. Senator Dirksen, refusing to be drawn into the practical implications of his negative stand, has re- | peatedly asserted constitutional scruples. Yet, he | . raised no constitutional objections when the Sena. | recently approved a bill to enable the Federal Na- tional Mortgage Association, a mixed Government- private corporation, to buy more than $4 billion worth of housing mortgages. Many of these mortgages are on houses in the very suburbs which Negroes are trying to enter. The willingness of Chicago real estate brokers to break their industry’s solid front against open occu-_ || | paney was crucial in making possible the agree- | | ment in Chicago. Other such shifts are sure to come. | But Senator Dirksen and his fellow lawmakers |) | have it within their power to give this inevitable development their constructive support and thus make it easier and more orderly, That is the path of sound conservatism. eee : Sign all ob
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Box 19, Folder 3, Document 10

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Box 19, Folder 3, Document 11

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  • Text: ‘bills have allowed negroes to riot at will, burn other people's September 12, 1966 Mayor Ivan Allen, Jr. City Hall Atlanta, Georgia Dear Mr, Allen, At long last, we have a Mayor of a principle city who has chosen to stand up to the onslaught of a militant negro leader. New Yorkers have heard this evil rabble-rouser, Stokely Carmichael, on the radio many times, spilling his communist oriented diatribe on "black power." It would appear that wherever he has operated in his instigation of riots, he has been above the law - until now, Of all the costly negro riots in northern cities to date, not one perpetrator of these riots has been justly punished for breaking the law. They all have gone 'Scott free' up here because the negro vote is in the hands of certain nefarious negro politicians to whom white politicians have bent their knee. The 'civil rights' of white people have been quite forgotten in this mad rush to give the negro everything he demands, The crime incidence in this city has risen to outrageous figures and the coddling of negro criminals whom the police arrest at the possible cost of their own jobs is now a national disgrace, Our Courts turn these muggers, burglars, hold-up men, arsonists, et cetera, loose to prey again on the whites as fast as the police apprehend them, In the beginning, many good people extended their sympathy and help to the betterment of the negro but now that these Civil Rights preperty,loot stores, murder and cause millions of dollars damage and then be held up justifiably by politicians who covet the vote, the white people are not going to stand for it. oa The tremendous costs to tax payers of trying to satisfy the negro demands has become a reality we cannot afford and unless the law is recognized AND APPLIED to these rabble-rousing negro leaders, the white population can be overcome, politically. Untold numbers of decent, lawabiding people have great admiration for your sing- ular courage to have this Carmichael apprehended and charged. We can now hope that the law against causing riots in Atlanta will be carried out. If it is, it will be the first time a Mayor of a leading city has had the courage to stand up to the evilness of negro power, It could also lend strength and backbone to other Mayors who have sold out to the threatening negro leaders ana who. have been frightened by the "black power! theory. In admiration, Yours sfneerely, —~—~
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Box 19, Folder 3, Document 35

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  • Text: Myrtle Beach, S.f. September 7, 1966 Hon. Ivan Allen, Jr. Mayor CITY OF ATLANTA Atlanta, Georgia. Dear Mayor Allen: After what you and Atlanta had just been through at the hands of Stokely Carmichael and what a Northern mayor, Robert Sabonjian of Waukegan, Illinois, so aptly described as his "scum", "animals", "hoodlums", et cetera it was shocking to listen to you as you joined Katzenbach, Johnson, Humphrey, Romney and the Kennedys in your post-riot statement before the TV cameras excusing if not justi- fying the actions of the mob because of the frustra- tions of the mob's members - - they having only recently moved into the city, - and their being unable to cope with its "complexities". Your failing to order the City police to make liberal use of black powder in overcoming the exhibition of black power WLLL serve only to whet the appetites of Carmichael and other leaders of the mob for bigger and better "demonstrations" by the lawless elements among the negroes and unless I miss my guess - - the next time the mob will blast your city with Molotov cocktails, arson, looting and anything else they can contrive. You should know better than non-residents of Atlanta - - that the element you are dealing with is the same type if not the same people who "“picketted" your local U.S. Army Induction Stations some 10 days to 2 weeks ago. I doubt - and very much - Mr. Mayor, if the "Harlem vote" is worth your effort at appeasement as exemplified by your post-riot statement as presented via the TV cameras this morning. Very sincerely yours, Lace, I, Bode. George Apt. G-10 CHICORA APARTMENTS emf Myrtle Beach, S. C. a= ky
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Box 19, Folder 3, Document 40

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Box 19, Folder 3, Document 34

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