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  • Text: I Civil Rights Cause Loses A Friend I SIR: I am opposed to any <'ausa they were random mPr:-, further extension of civil rights bers of a hated group, was bar to Negro cltilen11, no mat.fer that ' bari.sm 11t i~ worst. The !vi: they may be entJtlPd to them. bloody enormity of the w ., t;; I would atrongly hope that this occurrence ls beyond exaggera- j sentlmertt comes as a shock to tion. · the Negro community, and par- I cannot accept then, as a ' ticularly to my many Negro 1 human being, the manner in friends of years' standing, for my I which Negro leaders have clra wn credentials over the years es a the Walts carnage to their bo5clvil rights advocate are unas- oms ; and have dedared it to he. 11allable. not their Ehame, hut their I was a member of the N.A.A.- glory. So be it. I have heard C.P. in 1945, when few white Germans boast of Dachau, also. ' penons would stand up and he But I wish such persons In counted on the subject of civil kncrw that they will not, until rights, while at the same period killing has been forsworn as a I was both anti-Communist enough i polit1<'al w1>apon. ha\'e my i.ymto be called a red-baiter by ' µathy 01 my support , or my good ~ome friends, and anti-McCar- ' will. thy enough later, when he came I will not be moved by the along, to have been the author of I threat of harm to myself, m a practical joke denouncing him j Joved on~ and my possPssion; . . upon the occasion of t'1e unveiling . to yiclri up anything to thoM• , of a monument in his honor in I who !hre.i trn me-no matter what- I Baltimore city at the height of his e\,cr whether or not I am entitled popularity. I am a longtime mem- to hold ba<'k that which I will not ber of the A.C.L.U. Legal Panel, yield . To yield In threats of and have been a member of the horror is both Immoral ar1tl dan - ! Legal Assistance _Co~mittee of gerous . ' I the N.A.A.C.P. I live I.II • th ree- I would bl•lieve tirnl tears and ' quarte~, Negro dblhock, _ nextndto 8 remorse would be the fitting re- 'j Negro .,um, an app11y l'C my . f d h. h . int ted action o Negro 1ea ers 1p to t e children to • 50-.,0 egra deat h conscious . Iy perterror and elemen tary 1chool , whi ch h appens ed b in 1 d to be the best In town · I have petrat Y co ore p~rs?ns . ' the courlie of despoliation of run for public office on a slate W tu. 1 will not ace t the in- 1 beaded by our present Negro a cp_ S •-- Verd W I human savagery, th~ simple af. Sta•.. enawc, a e come, fro t t h d" ·t __., 1 In ested .th . rt t n o um an 1gm y, th e unh oly auu was v WI unpo an f h . · t' d h 11 responsibility 1n the campaign of ev o_ 11ving no mg an arm H p b I h brandished at me, or at anyone, I enry ar · t dave,_ alls a . ah~~ as an alternative to giving way_ 1 yer, represen e <'n· rig ~ . demonstratora in the courts, I, for one. will not g1\'e w~~ - I ahd I have most recently raised have seen lhe social and pohl!cal the question, with apparent Im- ron~ltion of the Negro advance, mediate success which should cul- during the IRter y1>ars of my minate 1n a rapid correction, of adulthood, _more, by far than ~E'Y the long-standing evil 111 Baltimore advanc~ 1n al•. ~f the prenous city of petit jury panels inherently years aince the Civil War. discriminatory agai nst Negroes. l have worked for It, I have . . wanted this, and as a human But t.he Watts nots disgusted b in 1 would ...-ant it to con.. , and kfllNi me as a human / g ti.Mli. mhuma nity of un- mue. dia(T1 lttMing iming and kill- But, ,e,1tlem• n ing by .N.,_. of buman beings col"Ullunity. by " l' who ~ performed no iq,ecific complacency, or ..... aaaJmt eny Ne•sro, but who the Watt.a riot! , yot. were attacked, and butcher!'., Baltimore. I I I I I i 1· I I �\ ,·vcUJ-· - ?_(tf\.- . r ~ ~'(_,\_~L~\__L, , i1Jil\G\  ?'c./\JJCf'- ~ ~ \ ,1Yt,l\J G/L'C. cl (.,\l, Cr "{(:' �- - -· -- --- - ·----- - - - - - -- -- Wimes 'JU,eralh C01>Yri11ht (e) 1966 T he Washington Pos t Co. WEDNESDAY, SEPTE MBER 7, 1966 �STRE ET STRIFE-An Atlanta policeman on the roof or a police car at right as be nrearing a gasmask carries two children to attempts to disperse the angry crowd that safety fr~ m a Negro home filled "ith tear· gathered to protest a policeman's shooting gas, at left, while :Wayor"JniJ tan -.....;a • ;.__ f •::.;; su:;; spec ~ t~;n~ t~h;;_. e ;;_. th__,r__t __,r__,__n~a., ut"o" '. = =>I ATLAl'iTA- From Al Police Rout 1000 Rioters In A.tlanta onto the vehicle, apparenl~y unhurt. The rioters calmed down momentarily, but the disturbance started lo spread again when a Negro man leaped atop another car and joined Allen in his Plea for peace. About 15 Negroes pulled the Negro down and beat him . It was then that Allen ordered the crowd dispersed. "Tear all the houses down if necessary," said the usually mild-spoken Mayor. "I want the people dispersed . Tear the place up." Allen gave the order calmly and without show of anger. One police car was overturned at the height of the melec, and two others were badly damaged. The rioters also tried, hut failed. to overun1trd Preu Intemauonal turn two police paddy wagons SAVED- I\ Y.ecplng mother holds her child after pohce The Negro car thefl suspect, rescued hve youngsters from a te11rgas fi lled home ~~f!:c:,rre~;sto143.215.248.55 16:37, 29 December 2017 (EST)fir~J 1 during a brief outbreak of violence 1n Atlanta H arold Prat.her, 25, Police· ] ~ said they opened fire when leaders and has worked to and SC\"Cn other r.cgro min::143.215.248.55 16:37, 29 December 2017 (EST) t~ehdalt nd ignored a play down racial incidents. islers approached ~ lien after Although hil twice, Prather Atlanta's schools were to· the riot and promised to col· , made it to his home and when tally i ntegr at e d. Business lect grie\'ances and discuss police attempted to arrest him houses have many Negro em- them with Allen. they foun d the way blocked by µloyes. City facilities are to- The Rev. Martin Luther ~! ~~:~~/~~:e;~:e;143.215.248.55s-~~n~ ~:l~r ~tit::e~ 5Tt~\~~t~tl~~! forcements were summ?ned. Jcgislafure. g Later, Stoke;y Carm1chael, Only this morning, the prochairman of SNCC, announced gressive Mayor had welcomed that _ther~ would be a d~m~n- carmicliaeJ and about 20 or st ration m the ~egro district his supporters into his offi ce to Pro t es I the arrest of for a conference. They came Prather. to protest alleged police bruThe cro\•·d started gather- tallity to SNCC members in in 1; ¥'hen ,a S.'!CC sound truck the city jail. entered the area. Officers took The Rev. W. Clyde Williams the two m2n manning truck into custody and charged them wi th operating the truck without a permit. The crowd 1 tipped over the police cruiser and tri ed to overturn the wagon. Up until th is point, only 50 1 Negro officers had !iren on the scenr, but 50 morp pol:re11ien wt!n• ~uinmoned, Including 30 Negro and 20 white officers. The presence or white om cers incen!IPd the youths, who began shouting "Kill the white bastards, kOI the white cops." It was at this i>oint that ~Iayor Allen arrived and tried to reason with the mob, but he was shouted down Following thP riot, Allen held a street corner news conference and vol'.erl that police ~ing Sr., father ~f the ~ahona lly · known mt~grabon leader who makes his home in Atlanta: urged Negroes to stay in their homes. "Noth ing can be ga ined by this," he Warned . "Whal do they want? The I\Jayor came down. He tried to speak to them. TbeYwouldn't listen . What do they want? thP:,------~- ~- ~-~-----= would kec.p the ' 1 by he c-amp to l'l'at·1•, .\skc·d the 5i.:cne personally, the Mayor replied; ·'J am concerned with the problems of Atlanta. Any 1eatlerhas:iC'cesstotheMa\·or and I would welcome an ·opportunity to ta!k. Allrn can take much of the (·n•dil for \tlanta'1 previou~ racial Pt'arl"' and has h11d almo:,;t 1-c'llid \egro i;upport at thl' poll HI.' wa:1 one> of the fo\ South(·J nl·rs to t sll v for the 19ti4 el\ 11 ri ht~ b1 1.· Ht further mtcgr.itr.d the i\.tlnnta police fortl" onal co11fc He hit.~ held J)t'f cm· wit' \:esro �I 000 Riot After Arrest in Atlanta; J Mayor _Is,Felled Pleading With Mob I • ' • By Ann Mohr , ATLANTA, Sept. 6 (UPI) Police routed about .1000 rioting Negroes with tear gas and warning shotgun blasts today after they attacked officers with rocks and bottles and knocked the mayor, who was pleading for peace, t o t he ground. Officers chased the fleeing 'legroes down side streets, hur ling tear gas canisters at their heels. At !'east 25 persons were ar- 1:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;;;:====::::::::::=:=::::::::::::=-;;;;;=====-- rested and nine injured, including fi ve Negro children in a t ear-gassed building and a white b t h n h" f th ., . oy cu w e IS a er s car was stoned. The outburst was touched off after police wounded a Negro suspected, of car theft . Leaders of the militant Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee were in the forefront of the rnelee. State troopers and all offduty city policemen were summoned to help deal with the racial outburst- the worst this progressive Southern city has experienced in moder n times. Mayor Ivan Allen J r. climbed atop a car in the r iot-torn Negro district to try and reason with the crowd, but was greeted with taun ts of "white devil" and "black power." The Mayor was finally toppled from his perch when the crowd surged against the car, knocking him off. He landed in a kneeling position on the pavement, but climbed back See ATllANTA:, :A3, Ool. 1 Pi ctures on Page A3 I �1 - ----~\- -,--------~·-··-------~===========-=-=---, A~l_ anta Mayor Says SNCC Provoked Riot By Jack Nelson Los Angeles Times ATLANTA, Sep,t. 7 - Mayor riot that injured 15 persons Ivan AUen Jr. today accused here Tuesday rught. members of t~e ~tudent No~- The Mayor , who pel"sonally violent Coordmattng Commit- . . . . tee of deliberately provoking a directed police m restormg order aTter a mob of Negroes b==-===·=======,: attacked them with rocks and bottles, said, "Hundreds of norma.Uy good citizens were inflamed out of thek normal good senses. They were victims of those who sought to incite violence." . Meanwhile, two SNCC members who harangued the Negro throng from a "Black Power" sound truck before the disturbainces weve charged with inciting to riot and held in lieu of $5000 bonds. They were identified as William Ware, head! of the local SNCC chapter, and Bobby Vance Walton, 20. They were among 73 persons arrested during Tuesday's disorders. The fil"St of those arrested were sentenced to terms of is to 27 days in the City Stockade today. Police Chief Herbert Jenkins also blamed the SNCC for the riot. He said the organization "is now the nonstudent violent committee - and we must and will deal with it accordingly." He said that the group had fallen into the hands of "irresponsible . . . leaders." [Stokely Carmichael, chairman of S CC, today denied that his organization began Tuesday's riot, United Press International reported. ["The Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee cannot start a rebellion just like that," Carmichael said in a See ATLANTA, A4, Col. 1 �A4 T hur5day, Se pt. 8, 1966 , , • Rl . THE WASHING TON POST ATLANTA-Fron, Page Al SNCC Is Accused Of Provoking Riot t aped inter ~iew with radio j having a national meeting station WAOK. here befo re Tuesday's out["It is started by conditions break. of oppression," he said.] A city police source said Mayor Allen, pledging that SNCC members from New the d oters and their instiga- York, Philadelphia and the t ors will faee criminal charges, Watts community in Los Ansingled out Carmichael for geles were believed to be at criticism and said if he causes the meeting and in the vicinfur ther trouble he "will b,e ity of Tuesday's riot. met wherever ~ ~ comes under Th Atlanta summit leadwhatever conditions he seeks e to impose." ership conference, made up Police continued to patrol I of leaders of the city's top the r iot area just south of the 1civil rig hts organizations, isnew Atlanta Stad ium today. 1 sued a statement declaring Duri ng the afternoon they , that while Atlanta is not perarrested 10 more egroes in fe et " It is too good t o be putting down another brief destroyed by simpleminded distur bance .attributed to two bigots." SNCC m e mbers. To night. I The conference declared cgi;o police and moderate that t he wounding of a Negro Negro leaders r ushed into au O theft suspect b,v. a white Vine City, one of the city's Ipoliceman was "unfortunate, e- 1 but not sufficient grounds for wors t slums, when 400 groes c r o wded in~o !he 1 anyone or any organization to streets. Some were fighting I go in to a co mmunity and ineach other. About 10 police- cite the people." men restored order. The shooting of the suspect, SNCC's Increasin g involve- Robert Prather, triggered the ment in violence and _its bel- SNCC-inspired demonstrations ligerence toward poh ~e. _au- l:lgainst "police brutality." thority have drawn cnt1c1sm The summit conference, from civil rights leaders, but which discussed but decided most of them still refrain against naming SNCC in its from direct attacks or un- statement noted that Prather equivocal breaks with t he or- was shot by "an officer in the ganizati~n. . . . pursuit of his du ty." The six-year-old civil rights Prather shot in t he hip an_d organizat!~n has pursue~ a side, was' reported in sati smore . m1htant course sm~e factory condition at Grady Carmichael was elected chair- Memorial Hospital today. Beman last May to r eplace John fore Tue s da y's outbreaks, Lewis. Carmichael recently SNCC members told Negro h :s made statements about demonstrators Prather h a d "tearing ,up the country," been "murdered while hand" bl.lr ning down courtho uses," cuffed." Actually he was shot and fighting violence with while fleeing police. violence. Top leaders of SNCC, which has purged most of its wh ite members and lost most of its white supporters si nce emb ar king on belligerent pol1c r b-y " la~ OW· er slogans, repor tedly wer e I I 0 r �-I 1 AIO Sunday, Sept. 11, 1966 . . . Rl THE WASHINGTON POST > - ·:, \. ;'·.;". ,::,~1:-fr: t:t:rt::~.'t·~:;:,~1;1trif\ ~ ·;:;t ~~- .·'~· SNCC Is LQsing Support of Atlanta Negroes By Rober t E. Baker Washi.J:lgton Post Stat! Wri ter 1 ATLANTA, Sept. 10-This was the week that Atlanta declared unconditional. war on the Studen t Nonviole nt Coordinating Committee. By t he end of t he week, Black Power, SNCC style, was reeling from the assault. s GC's leader was in jail. The Mayor was a hero. The p olice force was riding a wave of praise. ·egroes were r evolting against SNCC's ere br and of r evolt and threate nin g SNCC with violence. "A n ational conspiracy t o d est:roy us," cried s JCC. This f irst battle was a defeat for s cc. But it was a ba.t Ue and not th i~ r~ The spark that set off the war came last Tuesday, the d ay after Labor Day, with a white-cop an d ' egro-suspect inciden t, the same kin d of spark that has set off a score of riots in Nor the rn ci ties over the pa t fe w summers. But Atlan ta's riot was differe nt. It was . maller by far than th e Watts and Harlem riots . • ' o looting, no shootl ng, no l\1olotov cocktails. And Mayol" I va n llen Jr, a South ern liberal, we nt to t he scen e and mixed with the crowd, trying to talk to angry people. The police • u sed no firearms, wielded no bi.lly clubs. And u nlike t he orth e rn riots, whe re agitators arc generally blamed but unn amed, .\tla nta put the fi nger of blame on Stokely Carmichael a nd his wild UJJ'.\.L\ lV£U! signs of i mage-smashing. It and white, this was a misprone little b and of racists." had changed its own image. The Summit · Leadership take in tactics, fearing it may provide a cloak of m ar No longer was it t he idealConference of Negro leaders itrrdom for Carmichael. To istic integrated youth movehere warned Negroes to official Atlanta, t his was a m ent struggling to change "r efrain from cooperating gamble worth taking. society's i nstitutions to let SNCC vowed to fight on. with those who would make t he Negro in. Now it is .,. vou the tools and victims of Said i -0 ~ O" 0 eP 8- . �CLASS OF SER'>:ICE This is a fast message unl ess its deferred char, octer is indicated by the proper symbol. WESTERN UNION W . P. MARSHA L L CHAIRMAN OF THC BOARD TELEGRAM S_YMBOLS DL = Day Letter NL= Night Letter R . W . McFA LL PRESIDENT LT.!.. lntcrnacional - Letter Telegram The fi ling time shown in the date line on domestic telegrams i, LOCAL TIME at point of origin . Time of receipt is LOCAL TIME or point of destination 147A EST SEP 9 66 AA082 LA033 L LLE441 NL PO TOL SOUTHGATE CALIF 8 MAYOR AL~EN ATLA ~ SYMPATHIZE Wlll-t THE FINE CITIZENS OF ATLANTA AS WE HAD THE HORRIBLE R-IOTS HERE IN L.A. BUT HUMPHRESYS TOLD NEGROES TH AT HE WOULD DO WORSE ANO ~HEY ARE MRS PROWER 2713 LIBERTY BLVD SOUTHGATE. "SF1201(R2-65) �dltf.'I.~ . didm:y -t/JrTLe.i&)) Z) ,() .,r, Dr . Cla r enc e F . Holme s ~ . D. S . Pr e s i dent , Denver Cosmopoli t a n Club CFH/ s s �21230 Kipling Oak Parl-., .Michigan 4823 7 September 16, 1966 The Honorable Ivan Allen Mayor City of Atlanta Atlanta, Georgia Dear Mayor Allen: Eugene Patters on 1 s beautiful editorial of September 9th about you during the recent riots was reprinted by The Detroit News, and I felt it necessary to tell you how very proud we were of your marvelous display of courage and dignity during that difficult timeo My husband and I are Atlantans who moved to Detroit a year ago. He, a recent Emory graduate, is now a professor at Wayne State University, and we have sung the praises of our home town since the day we arrived here., It is a great city, and you have done well by it. We just wanted you to know how much we appreciate y ou., Betty e C. Sha r tar (Mrs ., I . M a rtin Shartar) bs ��1/4 ~uZ: c:vn,cP ,,c( -~ e - r _-z~r ;;r~ ~ 143.215.248.55 - £ d ' ~ ~ ~ ~ 3 / ~ / 7 ? ~r ~ ~ /4 ~ d1' ~ ? 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My reason for writing, however, is to offer my congratulations on the fine job you are doing in -attempting tG ease the strained racial situation which now exists. }zy- interest is somewhat involved. I moved to Oak Ridge from New York City some 18 years ago. To me, the closest thing to Cosmopolitan progress and living in the Southeast is your fine City. LocaJ.ly I am a Research Chemist for Union Carbide. I am also a Colonel on the staff of Gov. Frank Clement. Ab0ve all, I am serving as Chairman in my third year on our City Council appointed Human Relations Advisory Board. My interests are many and varied, you see. Because of this I can more fully appreciate what you are doing. May your efforts meet with the success that they deserve. Yours sincerely., 143.215.248.55 16:37, 29 December 2017 (EST) Ger ald Gol dberg �~htitib'¼'ilttt QJ:.(111.t;g.t 1@.a:hw-~.im.~xrt-tfy Q}~.o:litta: OFFICE OF THE PRE S IDE N T September l 4, l966 Dear I van: We displaced Georgians have been proud of your performance in the very trying time through which you have gone recently. I have watched from a dis tance the exceptional service you have rendered to the great City of Atlanta all through the years and have always had a fee l ing of pride in the accomplishments which you and your associates have made possible in the city which meant so much to us for a few years while we lived there, and has continued to mean much to u s all through the years . I had t he pleasure of mak i ng the Commencement address at Georgia State College last spring and I spoke on "The Importance of the Moderat e in Society . " I hope t hat you did not object t o t h e fact that I u sed you as an example of a moderate who had made possible t he gr owth and development of the Ci ty of Atlanta in the way it has devel oped under your l eadership. It would give me a lot of plea sure t o have you spea k to our student body at Davidson s hould you ever have an oppor t unity t o come t o the Charl ott e area . You have our b est wishes f or a succes s f ul r es olution of the probl ems which you have been facing recently and our deep admiration f or your courage and wisdom. JI;: D. Grier Martin The Honorable I van Allen Mayor of the City of Atlanta Atlanta, Georgia �1fi~ise t@rmtiu_g @ahfo,cffe!{~ ~ _ 1660 ~ouilr J\rm1rore J\bettUe 1fios J\ngcles 6, filnlifontia: ��September 7, 1966 Mr. Ivan Allen, Jr., Mayor Atlanta City Hall At lanta, Ge orgia Dear Mr. Allen: As a native Georgian and graduate of Georgia Tech, I was very proud of th.e way you attempted to control the race demonstration yesterday. The bravery you exhibited in the face of danger leaves no doubt in my mind that you are well suited to lead the people of Atlanta. I have been proud of the lead Atlanta has taken with this terrible p roblem, but I am confid ent that I shall oontinue to say with pride tha t I am from Georgia. I wish for y ou wisdom and s t rength during these trying times . Yours Dan T. Hughs, Minister The Master 's Presbyterian Church 1636 Masters Drive Dallas, Texas 75217 �MR . AND MRS . AUBREY 1627 W A SHINGTON MILAM STREET HOLLYWOOD , FLORIDA 3 3 0 2 0 Sept ember 10, 66 De ar Ivan: iy -ri f e die almost t wo years ago, and I have r e centl married a charming lady , ·mo has a b autiful home her e and we are living most happily . Thi s doe s not by any mans indicate I h ave lost inter est in my home cit y, as I have the morni ng paper mailed t o me and r ead it as closel y as I vd , ays have . I wa s shocked at the di stre ssing incident you have r e centl under gone wit an el ement of Negroe s, and no one doubt s i t was from out side int erfer ence . You will r ecall that some years ago I commended you heartily for your p osition be f ore a Committee in Washi ngton Tihen many others disagr eed . Enclosed are e~itorials fr om both Miami papers commending you and t he ci t y of Atlanta and I have heard f av orabl e comment her e on your appearance be for e a Committee on city neens , Be assured of m be st wi she s ~ �PHILLIPS PETROLEUM COMPANY BARTLESVILLE , OKLAHOMA September 9, 1966 Mayor Ivan Allen Atlanta, Georgia Dear Mayor: I have followed with interest the recent racial difficulty in Atlanta. I wish to commend you on the position you have taken. The near riot having been incited notwithstanding your moderate attitude and leadership in solving the complex problem in Atlanta and the achievements made by Atlanta to this end is all the more disturbing. I believe you have and certainly deserve the wholehearted support of a great majority of all people both black and white. Sincerely yours, 'M1H6~ Robt . B. Burgess 2050 South Osage Bar tlesville , Oklahoma 74003 RBB:lj �Irving McKinley Levy 75 Central Park Weat N -!".'I! °¥Q!'.~ Qlb: 23. New.York SUaquehanna 7-8885 September L4, 1966 The Honorable Ivan Allen, Jr. Mayor of Atlanta Georgia My dear Mayor Allen: As. an old friend, it is with great interest that I follow all the news of the City of Atlanta during your Mayo ralty. I have recently seen you on television which prompted me to write and expres.s m_y admiration for the brave and outstanding manner in which you rise to· m ·eet the problems of your· City. May you be granted good health and many yea r s to continue in just and ,patriotic leadership. Sincerely yours, IML:rkc �Se•astopol calif-P. O. ~ox 31 ~sept 12-66 95472 Dear Mr . Allen . ltho there may not • e rnan1 ~a ho , ill ~rite you-- I want 1 ou to know there are ~ood decent people who a re I salute J'OU Respectful l ;yJames Roa inson proud of sir . J' OU for ,;,hat you haYe done . �r THE \XTESLEY FOUNDATION Th e Me t hodist Chu r ch at the College Ca mpu s Alfred, New York 14802 ORV I LLE w. J OHNSTON, Chap lain Phon e: 587-4353 September 19, 1966 Mayor Ivan Allen, Jr. Atlanta, Georgi a Dear Mr. Allenj May I commend you for the courageous nd enlightened l eadership that you are giving your f i ne city . I have l on been a stron~ exponent of civil rights f or a l l people and have often referred t o Atlanta as one of our most progressive cities i n dea ling with her probl ems., The kind of le adership that I believe you and your administra tion are giving is the thing that wi l l ult :im.iltel y provide the solutions to our problems in the fie l d of human r i ghts . Keep up the fine work and may your number increase with Godspeed. most sincerel ~ 1t.~ ~ Orville W. ohnston Methodist haplain �, _ b'"'f-- ~ \ \ ~ ~ - ~ < t 0 . , ~ ~.,, -.---,. :_o-JL ~ s~~ "t-fi7_~cr-y ~ ~ \-\..., , "\ 6 6 c__~ +-,--"1~ ~ ,, c:,._:~ ...... r • - _____,. - - • _~ p ~' I r9.~ ~ - , : , ~---s=;, ~ \, ~~ , ~ ' - ~-~ ~~ ~~ ~ ~~ ~ ~ d O ~~ 143.215.248.55 16:37, 29 December 2017 (EST).Lu.. ~ ' ~ ~ ~ . 143.215.248.55 ~ \ c.'.r-,... .....--0-- \~ ~ ~ ~ .,,..,--...~ ~ ~ \ I1'-,7_ ( ~ ~ ~ ~~ '--\ ~ , 0 • ' \ c,-{" l ~ ~~ ~~"'-L~- l 143.215.248.55 \ . - .,..___,, ~~J. a o ..\ '~+~ ' ~ %.::s::; . .~ ~ \ ~~ I. ~ ~ i, ~ ~ ~ ~~ ~- \ c:... ~ \-SL. G- "---"..- I ~~ ~ ~ Maude Cooley Barnes 437 West Sixth Street San Bernardino California 92401 ~--.,...-<" , ~~ ~ ~ ..,........, ~ \ I IOI, I.>..) -=- - ~ \...,.;::G.. ~ ~ < - . S L '--\ ~ ~ 143.215.248.55 '\~ ~(:!'.) �ARCH! E M. RA LJB 56 1 4 JORDAN ROAD BETHESDA ~cw 14 , MARYLAND /41.~eq J2f--t= ·~ 1.~ 4/'2-'I' ~ r7 ~ m~~ . ~ Leh jG . ---e l"1 ~ ~r~/d'vQ_JZ__ w 143.215.248.55cu,/~ -&,,,/ ~ ~/ ~ ~ N , ' .. I , t ' \ •r • I .. • ' . r ·...l ~ . .;,. ' ' I•• �ept. 7, 1966 Ivan Hill Mayor All..lanta, Ga o Dear Mr. Hill: You and many of your fellow mayors have really been on the f iring line in the racial disorde:es t 1is summero Of all the people involved, as seen on t elevision, you strike me a s having acquit ~ed yourself with the most courage, dignity, and r esponsib:1.11.ityo It took real guts to go down in t he midst of a riot and to stay there until it was over. And then to talk about it in a calm and dispassionate, even compassionate way. Atlanta is lucky .u. to have you. I 'm a born-and-bre North Carolini an who has lived in .Pennsylvania for 10 years now. I've oft en been embnnsassed by t he conduct of white Southerners these past few years. But I'm proud of you. Our Negro fellow Americans are going to try our patience for a while .. They and all Ar.:ericans are lucky t have courageo~s public officia ls like you on hand to keep order without resort to cruel oppression; to press for progress without caving m to emotional excesses and unrealistic demands .. Sincerely, New �THE MILAN G. WEBER ASS OC IATES AEROSPACE MANAGEMENT CONSULTING OUR CLIENTS DO NOT BELIEVE THAT THE AEROSPACE MARKET I S DECLINING �WEAVER, RADZIK, ELIAS & STRICKLEN ATTORNEYS SUITE 1212 ROBERT C. W EAVE R JOSEPH C. RADZIK BETTY L. ELIAS AT CONT INENTAL 408 SOU TH L AW BUILDIN G SUITE 633 CAL1F'ORNIA FEDERAL SAVING S BU I LD ING SPRING. STREET 1695 CRESCENT AV ENUE LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA 900 13 CHARLES W. STRICKLEN MA DI SON ANAHEIM, CALIFORNIA 9280 1 AREA CODE 714 6-6611 TELEPHONE 776-2430 JAM ES J . WALSH WILLIAM D HU CLARK PLE ASE REPLY TO: September 8, 1966 The Honorable Ivan All·e n Mayor of Atlanta, Gerogia My Dear Mayor: I saw you and your city on the news cast last night, during and after the riot. I was very much impressed with you and I was deeply moved by your reflections as you strolled amid the ruins left by the riot. You showed great understanding of the problems that face your city. At the same time your courage and determination must be a great source of comfort to the people of Atlanta. I salute you as a great leader and offer my deepest sympathy to you and all of the good people of Atlanta. I trust that your courage and wisdom might serve as an inspiration to the leaders of other American cities. Yours respectfully_, ' / - [ 1/ "L Mrs. Robert '- c. 1 ( . • ~l Weaver -t!. /i.t.,L4./ �605 enn J-..ve , SE tJ a sh ;s , D • C • Dear Mayor I van ~ ll en f!!.. j ust, l i stenFH1 t o t he even5. ne; ne~rn #.. a nd heard yon eak , anc c1ec l cu·1~ ~ro n r st anc1. on t he p re1-rnn t s i. 1;uat 5.on in Atl-:n t a , .h.nd m~ wan t v er? rnuch fo:r :rou to know 1 t hat ?OU ham;. a very bi~ follow:i_ng here .\n the v api. tHl of the uni tecl Stat es o o O And I wish that I c ould express l1ow ver? ranch rH~ , ancl riy fclm5.l~r a dmire ~1 ou for you s t ·u1el on the si 1; m t 5. ons FLX).sting ; and having t ·1e guts t o speak ou t , ·~ncl let M:r Carr-1ichael know what t iE1bre e i.s in opposition with • •• T. ank5. !lf1' ~rou irer~, sincere]. ~, HrH L , Srn:,_t h and f P..rnily fa Hh ' DoCo �17 FIFTEEN FIFTY BISCAYNE BOULEVARD MIAMI , FLORIDA 33132 TELEPHONE 377-4781 MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE FEDERAL DEPOS IT INSURANCE CORPORATI ON September 8, 1966 The Honorable J. P. Allen, Jr. Mayor of the City of Atlanta City Hall, Atlanta, Georgia Sir: Let me commend you on the handling of the recent riot in Atlanta. There is enclosed a pamphlet which I think you will appreciate reading about Communists and the manner in which they operate. I think you will see a close relation with the statement of Gus Hall, General Secretary, Communist Party, USA and the riot that was held in Atlanta. You will probably remember I was with the Federal Reserve in Atlanta for twenty years and am thoroughly familiar with your family background and I know you have and are doing a good job. The reason for this letter is simply to congratulate you on seeing and understanding the real cause of the riot. J EJB : ek Etrn st J. B a rber , !E>fe sident �TNE W ACKENNUT SEC UR~TY REV ~E W / August 1966 Vol. 6, No. 8 COMMUNISM and YOU! "Fronts are things of the past. We don't need them. We've got the ••• DuBois Clubs, the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee , and Students for a Democratic Society going for us ••• " Gus Ha 11, Genera I Secretary, Communist Party, USA COMMUNIST ATTACK ON YOUTH - XVII When the Democratic National Convention was being held in Atlantic City, continued attempts to disrupt the convention were made by Negro demonstrators who kept up their demands, despite compromise attempts, that the Mississippi Freedom Democrats be seated. The demonstrators were members of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC - pronounced SNICK), often described in the press as one of the largest, most militant and radical organizations of the New Left. In Selma, Alabama, in early March 1965, fiery SNCC leaders wanted to continue their march to lvbntgomery despite a court order forbidding it. Only intervention by Federal Conciliator LeRoy Collins prevented it. A few weeks later, despite a voting rights speech to Congress by President Lyndon B. Johnson, SNCC continued to picket the White House and threatened further demonstrations. This induced the "Washington Post" to say SNCC members appeared to be "driven by folly to demonstrate for the sheer, sterile sake of demonstration." S NCC and its demonstrations go back to 1960 and the first lunch counter sit-ins, when the organization was formed to foster the growth of civil rights agitation. According to the II New York Times , 11 S NCCwas born April 17, 1960, by about 300 people, almost all of them Negro youths, and has since become the inspiration for all the organizations of the new student left. "The Saturday Evening Post" of May 8, 1965, reported that SNCC "is a wonder, perfectly desi gned to fit the anarchic student temper. It has a full-time staff of 230 but no membership . Its broad base is a separate group called Friends of S.N . C.C., which has 150 chapters, two th irds of them on campus ." The arti cle says SNCC leaders travel a far - left dinner circuit, "where they are sometimes lucid, sometimes totally bewildering, 11 and it quotes a government investigator as saying th a t SNCC has been "thoroughly infiltrated by Communists." A report by the Louisiana Joint Legislative Committee concurs , saying SNCC is "substantially under th e influence of the Communist Party. 11 SNCC officials admit no effort has been made to pu rge Commu nists from the membership. "We have no political test fo r membership and we never will have," a SNCC Washington official said. 11 Newsweek" quoted another official as admitting that Communist Party members had gone to Alabama and Mississippi to work with S NCC. SE C URIT Y RE V IE W AWARDS : GEORGE WASHINGTON HO N OR MEDAL . FREEDO M S FOUNDATIO N AT VALLE Y FORGE , 1962 ; VIGILANT PATRIOT AWARDS . ALL-AMERICAN CONFERENCE TO COMBAT COMMUNISM . 1963 AND 1 965 . �The Washington Star 11 revealed that the organization hoped to establish "Friends of SNCC 11 groups in "uncommitted" nations around the world. "Such foreign affiliates of SNCC, 11 reporter Walter Pincus wrote, "could present Communist parties around the world with a ready-made organizational weapon for stirring up anti-American sentiments." lvbny troubled observers have pointed out that it makes little difference whether or not SNCC radicals are Communists: 11 lf they do the same things, it may not make much difference what kind of cards they carry." 11 This emphasizes the interesting transition SNCC has made from the civil rights field, for which it was organized, to its invasion of the field of foreign policy. It was one of the leaders in the Washington demonstrations August 6-9, 1965, when sit-ins were staged at the Capital, the White House gates were blocked and Communist publications, such as "The Worker, 11 were distributed. A SNCC leader was among those arrested by Washington police. SNCC made its position clear in a statement in the March-April 1966 issue of" Insurgent" published by the DuBois Clubs: "The Student Nonviolent Coordiroting Committee has a right and a responsibility to dissent with United States foreign policy on any issue when it sees fit ••• We maintain that our country's cry of 'preserve freedom in the world' is a hypocritical mask behind which it squashes liberation movements which are not bound, and refuse to be bou-na~... by fhe -expedierici es of United States cold war policies . 11 SNCC on the draft: "We are in sympathy with, and support, the men in this country who are unwilling to respond to a military draft which would compel them to contribute their lives to United States aggression in Vietnam in the name of the 'freedom' we find so false in this country. 11 The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People immediately disassociated itself from the SNCC position and pointed out that some SNCC workers are becoming disinterested in civil rights and are turning to peace demonstrations. But SNCC's radical approach evidently was not radical enough. United Press International reported from Atlanta May 17, 1966: "Two of the nation's most militant civil rights leaders, John Lewis and James Foreman, have been deposed by the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC). One source said they were considered 'too moderate.' SNCC ormounced the changesc Stokeley Carmichael, a founder of the all-Negro 'Black Panther Political Party' in Alabama, was named to succeed Lewis as SNCC chairman and he promptly announced the orga'"'ization would ' intensify its efforts in the area of independent politics.'" A "Miami Herald 11 story of July 1 quoted Carmicha e l as saying: "We inte nd to disrupt every pi ec e of (political) machinery in this country. 11 Later in May, Carmichael snubbed President Johnson's invitation to a White House conference on civil rights, announced SNCC will continu e to organi ze all - Negro political parties under the Black Panth er emblem and refused to bar Communists, saying: "We are requiring no loyalty oaths. " During the Meredith Mississippi Norch in June, he espoused a "black power" doctrine and another SNCC spokesman threatened a deputy sheriff in one town that if he didn't behave, the marchers 11will burn that courthouse, baby." On a television program, Carmichael stopped just short of advocating that Negroes resort to any means to achi eve equality: "I've never rejected viol enc e as a means to obtain an end, " he said. Columnist Joseph Alsop summed up th e situation: "In the person of Stoke ley Carmichael extremism has active ly taken over SNCC ••• " Communist Gus Hall, in summing up the records of the DuBois Clubs, Students for a Democratic Society and SNCC, said: "They're just part of the 'respons ibl e left' - that portion of American yo uth that reali z es society is sick." Responsible] Sick? Who ? Th e Wack e nhut Corporation is a national investigative and security organi zation with 26 offices extending from Puerto Rico to Hawaii. It also operates in Venezuefo through a 50% owned subs idiary company . Acutely aware of the threat of Communism, it prese nts this series of articles to its friends a nd employees as an educational servi ce . For additional copies, contact: THE W ACKE N H U T CORPORATO N . 3280 P ON CE DE LEON BOULEV ARD . CORAL GAB L ES. FLOR ID A . TELEPHO N E: H I G HLAND 5 - 148 1 . �T H E B A N K SECURITY A . H . NORRIS, PRESIDENT H . K. MORGAN, CASHIER W . W . TOMPKINS , VICE PRESIDENT RICHARD T . NORRIS, ASST. CASHIER EDGEFIELD, SOUTH CAROLINA Sept ember 9 , 1966 Hon . Ivan W. Allen , Jr. Ma yor of Atlanta Atlanta , Georgia Dea r Mr. Mayor, Congratulations to y ou on your sensible sta tement on t h e preserva tion of l aw and orde r i n Atlant a. I s hould like to nominate y ou fo r America ' s Mayor Number One. Sincerely yo urs, 7 ~ 7 f • r ~~ R.H . Norris Pre sident �Lines Lane Woodbridge, Connecticut September 9, 1966 The Hon. Mayor Ivan Allen City Hall Atlanta, Georgia Dear Mayor Allen: While the "urban problem " is very real and can be associated wi th conditions of misery, misfortune, and frustration, it is not so great that it cannot be overcome by sincere, honest, and diligent leadership such as you are affording to the City of Atlanta. I regret that only my thoughts can be there with you at this time. Cordially, H O· ~ if Hugh O. Brock, III Yale Law 1 67 College Park, Ga. �THOM.AS G. LEE P . 0 . BOX 2:U3 ORLANDO, FLORIDA 32802 September 8, 19 66 The Honorable Ivan Allen Mayor, City of Atlanta Atlanta, Georgia Dear Sir: you for the stand you have taken in the recent . I commend ,.. race riots in the city of Atlanta • • for one thing, I admire your courage. If more of our public officials had the fortitude and courage of their convictions, and were willing to support the local police force, the race riots would have been halted long ago. I further concur that the riots are promoted by outside agitators such as those connected with SNCC and other pro-communist organizations and not by the colored citizens of the respective areas. It is time our country, and our national leaders awakened to this fact before it is too late. Again I commend you for your courage and convictions and I know that the majority of the American citizens stand behind you. Q 143.215.248.55T.G.tee TGL:lcw �INTERNATIONAL FINE ARTS COLLEGE OF FASHION 1737 N O R TH BAY SHORE DRIVE • MIAMI , FLORIDA 33132 • TELEPHONE : 373- 46 84 Monday evening, August 29, 1966 ... at home, 4736 North Bay Road Miami Beach, Florida - Dear Ivan, This is a personal letter. destroy it and acknowledge it. I would hope that you would ·read it, It takes much courage to write it, for it is a most unpleasant subject. A vision concerning you haunts me. which later came true. I have had dreams before, But I have never had a waking vision or picture. I am not psychic or a visionary, but I do have a vivid imagination. In my mind there appeared, five days ago, a picture of a young man. He is killing you. I think he is shooting you. He is up close, in a crowd, and standing slightly below you, facing you. place. You are speaking. Atlanta, or the South. Where ••. ! don't know. His skin is fresh and clear and his complexion is naturally tanned or brunette. of 25 to 28 years of age. He is a young white man He has a fresh, open face. He has dark eyes He has thick, straight, rich brown hair •• long on top and close cut over the ears. His lips are parted. It could be other than The young man kills you. His face is so clear before me. (or so they seem). You are in a public He has deep dimples or a mole on his cheek. His eyes are rather close set. He has a full (almost fat) nose that is straight, with full lips always slightly parted. He wears a clean, white shirt open at the throat with no tie. trousers are nondescript . He has a chunky, stocky build. His I am behind you (though really not there) and all I see is this young man's face ••• �[f . I I I open and listening. And he kills you. or tries to. That's all I saw---all I know. Edward would be disturbed if he knew that I wrote this letter to you, Ivan. Perhaps this was just a very bad dream on my part and I am being quite foolish to relate it to you. But the terrible feeling stays with me that what I have described has either happened to you , or will happen to you within the next three years at the most. At the risk of losing your respect, your friendship and your affection, I am compelled to write this to you. Take care of your dear self and know that Edward and I count you as a wonderful friend. God love you~ ~k Mrs. Edward Porte r �9 o4- .Ec15-/ C;q;Ji.iol Sr., W<1.,5'"h / ~g -i..o n/JJ, C.,. Se;ac.. .9/ /9~& /~ J~ ~ / lr?~ Cc/-Jc;.~.£L ,I ~~; c-1/~ . (2~ ?n,_, mo/(YI,.'~ ~~ApeKipling» in his poem "MacDonough's Song," laid it out clean when he wrote, in part: "Whatsoever for any cause:, seeketh to take or give, Power above and beyond the Laws---suffer it not to live! Holy State, or Holy King, or Holy People's Will-Have no truck with the senseless thing; Order the guns and kill1" And ~ , Your Honor, is exactly wha t we white Americans must do, if our nation and law and order are to surviveo I'm ready1 )2 ~uT Chet Schwarzkopf J Box 445 Tehachapi, Calif. 93561 f) �2115 Sherman Ave Evanston Ill 60201 12 Sept 66 Dear Mr Allen You won't remsmber me but about eight years ago I was a guest in your office for a day. For ten years I had been advertis- ing manager of Herders and my superiots thought it would be educational for me to see how you handled your advertising, and it was. Sometime after that Cort Horr showed me some data about your then plan to try for the governorship and I fuink I recall your statement that as of then you were quite dim about integration. These things come back to me as I read about your racial prob- lems and I mnk it in order to write to commend you on the statesmanlike attitiude you have taken in handling them. courage is also noteworthy. Your personal The state of Georgia has much to do to catch up with the procession but the mayor of Atlanta has shown outstanding leadership. Mayor Ivan Allen Jr Atlanta Georgia �AVERY PRODUCTS CORPORATION 415 Huntington Dr., San Marino, Calif. 91108 September 9, 1966 Telephone (213) 682-2812 The Honorable Ivan Allen, Jr. Mayor of Atlanta Georgia My dear Mayor Allen: In this morning's issue of the "Los Angeles Times," I read with great admiration a rather extended series of remarks attributed to you relative to the problems of desegregation in Atlanta and nationally. I have mentioned this matter to several other executives in our company and find that they, too, were greatly impressed with both the clarity and honesty of your views as well as your fortitude in expressing them. Your forthright acceptance of the responsibility of your community for all of its citizens is refreshing, to say the least. Your equally forthright action against clearly disruptive elements is equally sound and refreshing . Very sincerely, ?.4.~ R. S. Avery Board Cha i rman RSA nl �I /6--d ~ . ~ ,,__,,..,___...~ ry ~ ) ~/ S~J~ /rfa ,;)_ J . Jr &t1 - ~ ~ ~ ~ ' ' - , ~ I r/ J!LrMce t . r v~ M~ 143.215.248.55 16:37, 29 December 2017 (EST)ti: rwr W ~ le cv2/J ~ (1 q ~ j_ -- ~ ~ tQ ~ (!2_~ S"~ -___.. -.,- ~ -- ~~ -~~ D ' ~ / ~ 4JJ L~o A �WASHINGTON OFFICE Director Donald E. Channell AMERICAN BAR ASSOCIATION Assistant Dir ector Lowell R. Beck Assistant Director lor Public Information Harry W. Sw egle 1705 De Sales Street, Washington, D.C. 20036 Tel. (202) 659-1330 September 12, 1966 Honorable Ivan Allen, Jr. Mayor of the City of Atlanta Atlanta, Georgia Dear Ivan: In connection with the recent trouble that you have been having in Atlanta, I thought that you would like to know that the reaction in Washington both by the press and the public has been favorable to our fine City and to its great mayor. papers. Editorials appeared in both of the major Washington Enclosed is a copy of the editorial of the Evening Star. As a former A tlantian, I am very proud of the way our city has progressed under your leadership. Sincerely yours, Donald E. Channell DEC :dg Enclosure \- '"""'\ _ 1. . .... , -~--- �FOUNDED POLICY AUDIT & PROGRAM RATE PLAN ALL EDWARD LINES D , STRUCTURE OF P. W. ALFRIEND, IV A. O. MCMLII ANALYSIS INSURANCE DRAWER & 3S7 PRESIDENT GARDNER VICE LOSS PREVENTION ENGINEERING BONDS INSURANCl!t fS L . BOOTHE, JR. I 8 N O RT H aUILDINO WA S H I N Q T O N S T ·R E E T ALEX ANDRIA, VIRGIN I A PRESIDENT PHONE , KING CABLE ADDRESS ; 9-1223 "SAVINGS" September 12, 1966 The Honorable Ivan Allen, Jr. Mayo r A tlanta, Georgia Dear Friend: The folks up this way are certainly impressed and pleased at the way you are dealing so effectually with lawlessness. Your firm, ye t gloved hand, is a fine e x ample for other municipal officials around the country. Thought you might be interested in the attached front page Washing.a. ton Star story, wh ich mentions that the Vice-President praised you in his recent press conference . With kind personal r egards and b e st wishes. E D W/sa w Encl: news paper clipping �I I _I 6~ 3;:i._- 6 7 -I-It ~ ~~ / /Jd · l tJ /4-jT / 'lt? �( 502-587-1212 BOONE - GUNDERSON CO . 550 SOUTH FIFTH STREET • LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY 40202 September 1 4 , 1~66 Mayor Ivan Allen City of Atlanta Atlanta, Georgia Dear Ivan, Enclosed is a c l ipping from the morning paper of the Courier-Journa l and this ar ticle indicate s the high esteem th a t I have had for you in the years passed. Ve admire you for your princi pals for law and order in government affairs. The clipping attached is for you to pass on to your children or grandchildren for testi monial fortitude or wisdom . Kindest persona l regards, OFFICE SUPPLIES • FURNITURE • BUSINESS INT ERIORS �816 Sheldon Road Charleston, South Carolina September 15, 1966 The Honorable Ivan Allen, Jr. Mayor of the City of Atlanta, Georgia Atlanta, Georgia Dear Mr. Mayor: Undoubtedly you have received many letters and other communications pro and con with regard to your handling of the recent so called civil rights situation in your good City. II II I am not one of the types that immediately fire letters to newspapers and public officials bn every controversial matter. It may be that I as well as others should do more of it. I do feel compelled to write, commending and congratulating you on your handling of the problem as I have seen it expressed in the newspapers and on television. It is very heartening to know that there are still some elected officials who have a sense of responsibility and obligation to protect the rights and privileges of their constituents as a whole, rather than to pressure groups, purely with the thought in mind of perpetuating a regime. It is quite a paradox for us to be sending our young men to Viet Nam and other foreign countries to guard against insurrection and invasion of the rights of people while permitting it to go along virtually unchecked in this country of ours. May the Supreme Architect of the Universe continue to provide you with the wisdom and fortitude to discharge your responsibilities in the be st interest of all people. Very truly yours, C . W . Mathewes , �• SHEPHERD & CAMPBELL U. S. AND FOREIGN PATENTS TRADE MARKS PENNSYLVANIA BU I LDING PENNSYLVANIA AVE. AT 13TH ST .. N . W. FRAN K G. CAMPBE LL DAVID L. SANSBURY WASHINGTON September 13, 1966 Hon. Ivan Allen, Jr. Mayor of Atlanta Atlanta, Georgia Dear Sir: I am writing to suggest what I be lieve would be a practical way _of putting a stop to the incitiilb.g of violence of norm a lly we n behave d colored people by the Brack Power gagg. They were able, I understand to create the riot by outright deception in tha t they stated the suspected auto thief was shot while handcuffed , when the truth was he had ne ver been handcuffed and was trying to get aw ay from the policem an when he was shot. At [e ast, that is what I re ad in the Washington papers. I, therefore, propose that you secure the enactment of leg is lation (by speci al session of your legislature, if it is not now in session) in the nature of the f oUowing: An Act It shall be unlawfu l for any person, or association of persons to create or publish or otherwise disseminate within the State of Georgia any false statement which wou ld tend to create disorder, or to incite riots, or inflame persons against persons, or to incite people of one race against the people of another race, or to incite persons of one religion against persons of another religion. Any person violating the provisions of the foregoing act, shau, upon conviction there of, be fined not less than two thousand dollars or imprisoned for .not less than two nor more than five years, or both. Nothing in the foregoing shau be construed to restrict the freedom of the press in publishing statements that are true nor shaII anything in the foregoing be construed to prohibit the publishers of established newspapers from publishing statements which they have adequa te reason to be Iieve are true, it being the intent of the Legislature to prohibit the promulgation of false information calculated to disturb the public peace. �2014 West View Street Los Angeles, ~a:lif. 90016 9/ 14/ 66 Honorahle Mayor · Iv.an Allen Jr. City Hall Atlanta,. Ga. Dear· Nr·. . Mayor: Ple.as.e except this l e tter.- of tlianks and congratulation t-o you for the wonderful waiy you naV,e handle the p~oblems y,ou have had to face and are facing there in Atlanta, hefore and during a:11 the unnecessary violence. I ·w:ould lik e to say, I am a Ne:gro ·, who had a, father · and mother · that· taught us honesty, decency, dignity, intelligence, respect for the othe-r fellow. Respe ct. f .o r law and orde.r·. Know the law and' stay within it. Always try and do· to the other ' fellow as· you would ha-v.e him do to you . One. of my fath e:r 's favorite sayings was, the wo.rst. man in the wu:rld to do business "With, is an ( educ ated fool), b.ecause he:·Vthinks ne knows: e~e:cything, but: li tt-1.e- or nothing. With ctll the CiviL Right . leaders we have in .America today, we are bound to hav.e some fool.s· miXS'd up ~iii th the better ones.I stand with Dr.·. Martin Luther King,. because I believe as: he does. Violence is definiteiy not the way. I honestly wish we had more :May!ll1'll' 9 Hin,: lI'1IT North Carol ina 90016 Boone- Gunders on Co . 350 South Fifth Street Louis ville, Kentucky 40202 �FAVORABLE - OUTSI DE ATLANTA Mrs . Isabelle H. Mauterer 215 Woodrow Street Columbia , South Carolina 29 205 Mr . J ames w. Dalton 103 Antigua Drive Cocoa Beach , Florida Mr . L. G. Evans 2121 Riverland Road rt . Lauderdale , Florida 33312 Mr s . 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Box 18, Folder 29, Document 3

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  • Text: frm Chen Ge Oey Mens John S. Knight The Atlanta Riot Unmasked SN CC | \ JOHN S. KNIGHT The recent riots in Atlanta offer convincing evidence that most, if-not all, of the racial violence in our large cities has been organized and led by a small minority bent upon the destruction of our society. My authority for this state- ment is Ralph McGill, pub- lisher of the Atlanta Constitu- tion, long a moving and mili- tant force for equal treatment of the Negro citizen as pro- vided by law and the Con- stitution of the United States. McGill places responsibility for the Atlanta disturbances squarely upon the Student Non- Violent Coordinating Commit- tee (SNCC, or SNICK) and its leader, Stokely Carmichael. SNICK, according to McGill, has no more than 300 mem- ‘bers. These have been the agents of anarchy in Watts, New York, Chicago and other major cities. : SNICK’S beginnings were more auspicious. Its early stu- dent leaders were motivated by high dedication to the civil rights cause. Now the John Lewises and other responsibles are out. Control of SNICK is held by the extreme radicals, of whom Carmichael is the dominating figure. As McGill says, SNICK is no longer a civil rights organi- zation but an anarchistic group which is openly and officially committed to the destruction of existing institutions. Though small in member- ship, SNICK appeals to all hat- ers of the white man. Its slo- gans of defiance intrigue the very young, as was shown in Atlanta, where the mob was largely composed of youngsters in the 12- to 18-age range. THERE .APPEARS to be no question but that SNICK’S funds are supplied from abroad. One of its lawyers is a registered Castro agent. Its agitators’ shout Havana slogans to the effect that we must live through violence. “Black Power” is but the rallying cry. Fortunately for Atlanta, it | has a mayor who confronted the mob with rare courage. | Though physically manhandled and taunted with shouts of “white devil,” Mayor Ivan Allen Jr., remained upon the scene until the crowd had been dispersed. Mayor Allen gave short shrift to charges of police bru- tality. “I saw plenty of brutal- ity,” he said, “but it was all directed against police offi- cers.” At his press conference, | Mayor Allen stated that “if _ Stokely Carmichael is looking for a battleground, he has cre- ated one, and he will he met in » Atlanta whatever situation he chaoses.” Aflanta’s leaders weré auc 1 to dey the rioting a vi Summit eatene = : Conference, a Negro organiza- tion, denounced both SNICK ~ and Carmichael, while calling for constructive measures de- signed to alleviate problems ~ Negro. Dr. NAACP and Whitney Young who heads the Urban League have all repudiated Stokely Carmichael and his tactics. ATLANTA has long enjoyed an enviable reputation for ra- ' which directly concern the - Martin Luther King, - president Roy Wilkins of the cial amity. Ironically, it was ~ Atlanta’s splendid image that - the destroyers sought to tar- - nish. And yet, unwittingly, Stoke- ~ ly Carmichael and his followers performed a useful service not only for Atlanta but for the entire nation. For here was stripped away + ‘tere eA ve ane the myth that Negroes are al- . ways incited to riot over poor - living conditions, lack of em-~ ployment and denial of civil rights. ; Carmichael has. now vealed himself for what he is —a scheming fomenter of dis- order, a mad dog who attacks all whites indiscriminately, a » revolutionist who seeks to burn Te- and destroy, a terrorist who » defies Jaw and spits upon our _— flag. THE RIGHT peaceably to assemble is guaranteed by the . ‘ Bill of Rights, as is the free- Together and in a spirit of constructive co-operation, the Negro and white communities must find solutions and an-~ swers to the problems which —. beset our cities. For they are both numerous and difficult. A major start has made in many areas. Where failures have occurred, the Ne- gro is usually as much at fault as his white brother. been But the effort must go ahead if we are to enjoy the fruits a compatible society in which © there is mutuality of purpose / and respect for all. 2 G15 io 7:00;
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Box 18, Folder 29, Document 27

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  • Text: . Che Ballas Morniug Revs '” Phe News, oldest business institution in Texas, was established in 1842 : sents A, Lubben ‘Executive Vice-President William C, Smellage Secretary H. Ben Decherd Jr. Chairman, Executive Committee Jack B. Krueger Dick West Managing Editor rh while Texas was @ Republic E. M. le Dealey James M. Moroney, Sr. Chai! rman of the Board Joseph MM: M.. rap ealey Sprnes MM Monmney, Ze Editorial Editor FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1966 The Trials i. UNTIL THIS week, the City of At- 4 lanta had maintained a glowing repu- | tation as one of the hardest-working communities in the building of inter- _ racial harmony and progress. Through ' the efforts and cooperation of whites : and Negroes, it established itself as a | model of peaceful integration, a model studied by other Southern communi- | ties trying to solve their own racial problems. _ Then Stokely Carmichael came to town with his inflammatory sales pitch for “black power” and his rant- ings against “the white devils.’ And _ on Tuesday night, Carmichael’s loud- _ speaker campaign came’ to fruition _ with the rioting of a mob. This mob , attacked the mayor, who tried to rea- _ son with its members, It attacked the policemen who tried to restore order. ' But it did more—it attacked the con- _ ‘cept Atlanta has represented, the con- _ épt that real compromise and cooper- ation can achieve a spirit in which all + races can work together to build a | Better city. | © THIS WAS perhaps the greatest : damage that the mob did. Now other _ city fathers may be tempted to shrug | their shoulders and say: “What’s the ; use? Atlanta has done as much as any } 4‘ i iF | ’ i ; city in the South to make cooperative integration work, and look what hap- ; pened.” Dallas citizens in particular may A discouraged by Atlanta’s experi- ence, for the two cities are very much : alike in their populations, in their economies and in their attempts to build through interracial cooperation. .. But before we decide to abandon the path that Dallas and Atlanta have of Atlanta tried to follow, it would serve us well to look deeper into the events of the current week. There is more to the story than the headlined activities of Carmichael’s SNCC barnstormers or of the hundreds of young rioters. We should note that there were Negro as well as white leaders who tried, at the risk of their safety, to quell the violence. There were Negro as well as white policemen who skill- fully restored order before the riot turned into a bloodbath. And, perhaps most important, the Negro Atlantans, local civil-rights leaders and ministers, were the ones who organized a door-to-door cam- paign the following day to counter Carmichael’s efforts to turn the city into a battleground. — IN SHORT, in Atlanta, there is a durable fabric of society, a fabric that has been woven of both white and black threads through the years of co- operation. The efforts of these years have not been as dramatic or as well- publicized as the riot, but in the final analysis they should prove to be more lasting in their results. These results of the work of men of good will will not be destroyed overnight by men of Carmichael’s stripe. Rational Atlantans of both races cannot stand by and see their community torn asunder, because those of both races know that they have a stake in its future. The Rev. Samuel Williams, presi- dent of the Atlanta chapter of the NAACP, summed it up most succinct- ly when he declared: “Atlanta is not by far a perfect city but it is too great to be destroyed by simpleminded bigotry.”
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Box 18, Folder 29, Document 10

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  • Text: STAR READ ROCKFORD MORNING LS slan Fao] NeW MEETINGS Rockford Register-Republic see j Kurt Eanen ap titre e ry —— pe WTO Tigey Gee Tuas — = 3 “a _ September 8, 1966 USE Dear Mayor Allen: I thought perhaps you might be interested in the support you're receiving from the "Land of Lincoln, " quite close to the home of General Grant, Galena, Illinois, You are absolutely right. These hoodlums in the streets-- white or negro-<= must be dealt with as any other law-defiant person, with a punishment to fit their crime. William K. Todd Associate Publisher The Honorable Ivan Allen, Jr. Mayor of Atlanta Atlanta, Georgia from the desk of William K. Todd Enc,
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Box 18, Folder 29, Document 22

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  • Text: ASYQA907 CGN PD HIGH POINT NCAR 11 1015A EST MAYOR OF ATLANTA ATLA I THINK YOU ARE RIGHTe CONGRATULATIONS WITH OUR SUPPORT PETE BRUTON SF1201(R2-65)
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  • Text: Nag | Aired Db the po AY rr. & E juteheee | pp 70 8 Inorntgorty Teecdbevedle, J. & ay : eee Pe or a se
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Box 18, Folder 29, Document 19

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Box 18, Folder 29, Document 97

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  • Text: LOr™rersAiS L440 SOC sarees FMW POE PHS Eve HN P fore OF per femme S770 TE (C6 ECREA): FS HX. Zlzalecer. CF Bac. THER | SPRINGFIELD UNION EDITORIAL PAGE 3 ' SEPTEMBER 14, 1966 _The Uses: of Black Power . | Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., the civil-rights movement's chief apostle of nonviolence, was busy in Atlanta this week seeking a way to calm a situation that has broken into riots several times in recent days. Dr. King’s considerable talents could be put to much better use elsewhere. Atlanta already has an enviable record of progress with civil rights, not only among southern cities but in the na- tion as a whole. Yet it is now the scene of an ugly struggle for control, pitting Dr. King and his moderate Southern Christian Leadership follow- ers against a more radical civil-rights wing led by Stokely Carmichael and the so-called Student Nonviolent Co- ordinating Committee: The Carmichael group, with its cry of “black power,” is giving that vague term its worst possible meaning. Fan- ning emotions to the point of destroy- ing property and injuring people is a far cry from the ballot-box power and the marketplace power the American Negro can use legitimately to help himself. Yet destruction is the turn the “black power” movement took in Atlanta with Mr. Carmichael’s en- couragement. And the damage goes far beyond a few broken windows. A critical vote takes place in the U.S. Senate today on ending a filibus- ter against a civil-rights bill that in- cludes the fair-housing provision sought fervently by Negro leaders. The bill’s chances, never really strong, are clearly diminished by Atlanta’s tragic news. News of racial violence elsewhere is doing other harm, too. Civil-rights groups report a drop-off in contribu- tions to finance their constructive work. Political candidates in several areas—not just the South—have been reaching for the ‘white backlash,” hop- ing to ride it into office with an im-. plied pledge to do less, not more, for Negroes. And as William S. White reported on this page the other day, fears of gangster ties with some of the rights groups is causing further dis- enchantment. The setback being handed the civil- rights movement is so obvious that one wonders if the lure of publicity, the thrill of the limelight, and the heat of the fray aren’t more important to this radical fringe than Negro ad- vancement. Dr. King and other vet- eran leaders, Negro and white, have a good deal more to show for their less fiery efforts. The progress of many Negroes, of course, increases the frus- tration of those who have been by- passed so far. But the rights move- ment will pick up momentum again when Negroes by and large repudiate the wild-eyed revolutionaries and sup- port—with sensible, reasoned “black power,’—those leaders who can use power effectively on their behalf. i a OS ee eee tl ee
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Box 18, Folder 29, Document 54

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Box 18, Folder 29, Document 46

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  • Text: SUN-TIMES pinacl Sept. 9, 1966 Dear Mayor Allen: Just a quick note to say hello and send you the enclosed column, which I thought would interest you. With every good wish, \ upcnn Kup
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Box 18, Folder 29, Document 68

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  • Text: Mes. Paul W. Bumbarger 548 North Center Street Hickory, North Carolina Mrs. Paul W. Bumbarger 548 North Center Street
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Box 18, Folder 29, Document 66

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  • Text: pilaftl// 6 ian oat Go fapte eed ett, lee Law } aa Bola Frag Seas, ee a ee = eK — A We Thier
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Box 18, Folder 29, Document 87

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  • Text: Berkeley Calif, Sept 11,1966 Mayor Iva Allen, Dear Sir: WE rejoice that you had the good sense to put a stop of the continued violence of the Negros,,Anesting the ring ledder. Carmichel was not born in U.S. Is he fot: subject to EXILE? Respectfully yours hujut Dreke, Paes Sie eo
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Box 18, Folder 29, Document 42

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Box 18, Folder 29, Document 30

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Box 18, Folder 29, Document 41

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Box 18, Folder 30, Document 6

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  • Text: ' ‘A 10 SINNCC Is Losing Support of Atlanta 1 Neg | Sindoy, Sept. Il, 1966 THE WASHINGTON POST By Robert E. Baker Washington Post Staff writer ATLANTA, Sept. 10—This ' was the week that Atlanta declared unconditional war on the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee, By the end of the week, Black Power, SNCC style, was reel- ing from the assault, SNCC's leader was in jail. The Mayor was a hero. The police force was riding a wave of praise. Negroes were revolting against ~SNCC’s brand of revolt and ‘were threatening SNCC with vio- lence. “A national conspiracy to destroy us,” cried SNCC. | This first battle was a de- feat for SNCC. But it was a battle and not the . The spark at set off the war came last Mnesday? the day after Labor Day, with a white-cop and Negro-suspect incident, the same kind of spark that has set off a score of riots in Northern cities over the past few sum- mers. But Atlanta's riot was dif- ferent. It was smaller by far than the Watts and Harlem riots. No looting, no shoot- ing, no Molotov cocktails. And Mayor Ivan Allen Jr a Southern liberal, went to» the scene and mixed with the crowd, trying to talk to angry people. The police , used no firearms, wielded no billy clubs, And unlike the Northern riots, where agitators are generally blamed but un- named, Atlanta put the finger of blame on Stokely Carmichae]_ and his wild ane signs of image-smashing. It _had changed its own image. No longer was it the ideal- — istic integrated youth move- ment struggling to change society’s institutions to let the Negro virtually all black, with a Black Power slogan, appar- ently convinced that so- ciety’s institutions must be brought to earth and rebuilt, and that each concession by the whites only peeys the a day. ‘In. July, a SNCC cotta truck toured the Vine City slum area where Hector Black, a white, Harvard-edu- cate um worker, has a fol- lowing of Negro poor, blar- ing: “What has your white _ Jesus done for you today?” In August, Car a Negro crowd rounded a policeman issuing a traffic ticket to an Ala- bama SNCC worker. SNCC workers stormed the Atlanta Army Induction Center to protest the war in Vietnam. “The Viet Cong never called me nigger,” said one veteran of the war. Last Tuesday, after police- men wounded a Negro who they said was a fleeing car- theft suspect, Carmichael was asked to organize a pro- test demonstration. He and ichael led that sur- in. Now it is ~ IvAN ALLEN ten other SNCC workers ar- ~ off rived with a sound truck. Speakers. harangued the crowd With cries of Black Power 40d charges of police brutality. One speaker said a white Cop had murdered a black brother. Another said the Negro was shot while he had his hands held up high. Another Said he was shot while handeuffed, A Negro policeman on duty at the scene arrested Wiliiam Ware, a SNCC speaker, 4nd the riot began as Ware Was being hustled Photos by UPI and AP STOKELY CARMICHAEL ., + Atlanta Mayor declares war on SNCC together, 1000 involved. Three police cars were damaged, a dozen per- sons were injured and police fired tear gas before calm was restored. Mayor Allen and Police Chief Herbert Jenkins im- mediately said Carmichael and SNCC were responsible. Nearly everybody else joined in. Eugene Patterson, editor of the Atlanta Constitution and member of the U.S. Civil Rights Commission, ealled SNCC a “violence- ‘a street rally on Thursday: abla “Racist. Mayor Ivan Allen is. prone little band of racists.” The Summit Leadership Conference of Negro leaders here warned Negroes to “refrain from cooperating with those who would make you the tools and victims of violence.” By Wednesday night, SNCC was on the run. In Vine City, a SNCC storage center with its pamphlets on Black Power, Vietnam and 5 i police brutality was burned after calls by Negroes threat- Fe ‘ening to burn them out. In Summerhill, where the riot took place, Negroes formed “Good Neighbor Clubs” and people there tore © up SNCC pamphlets and threw them back at the SNCC workers. Carmichael talked back at framing the black people o this city . the revolt is against the. bestiality of | racist Mayor and his corrur police department ...” | But only a few people fathered around. It appearé o¢ + SNCC had suffered its great est defeat. : But Atlanta as through. Just before mid night Thursday, police — rested Carmichael at his fice and charged him w inciting a riot and crea a disturbance. He was hauled, off to jail. To many eet ue fe maeasree ft Se seapaop any Aaenercnnreaniibetaann ans tanle ‘Sa d its Cleveland sellers: | pla I people.” ima" of the destiny of At- 4 ’ ‘tions. eae Carmicha! and SCC, : dom for Carmichael. To | Official Atlanta, this was a \ he only way this country | White liberals, SNCC’s | rtunities and the fact that Atlanta leadership seems to spond only | to crises. “Only by our own default il any outside group gain nta,” said the Atlanta uncil on Human Rela- was be, to take an- other look at itself and the conditions that made a riot possible. eS And unlike the Northern riots, where agitators are generally blamed but un- named, Atlanta put the finger of blame on Stokely Carmichael and his wild SNCC crew who were on the scene as big as life. The showdown between Atlanta and SNCC was bound to come. Atlanta is obsessed with its image of progress and SNCC is ob- sessed with smashing im- ages. That Atlanta is a city of comparative racial progress [ cannot be doubted. Such progress has been ham- mered out by its white power structure and _ its Negro leadership, operating through the Summit Leader- ship Conference coalition. The city sends racial liberals, by all Southern and most Northern stand- ards, to Congress. Its Ne- groes vote. Integrated high school football games are played without incident. Fourteen community schools for poor people are operating at night. At- Janta’s antipoverty program _ has been praised as a | model. ‘ For a quarter of a cen- tury, the mayors of At- | lanta—first William Harts- field and now Ivan Allen— have been moderate to lib- eral, racially. Mayor Allen supported the 1964 Civil Rights Act and now sup- ports the 1966 one. Allen has a nearly daily » habit of riding to work by way of Atlanta’s slums, several relatively small pockets of shacks, and ! harassing his department heads to clean up streets. , He had a study made of all available Federal aid and goes after every penny he nL can get. Yet there is another side to Atlanta. Racial progress at times has been grudging. we Eight Atlanta hospitals are under a Federal ultimatum ' to stop discrimination hy next Thursday or face with- ? drawal of Federal funds, = en and Atlanta were f le oe swiftly miear a sium build . $it Falcons to clinch the status Phe cat ia Big League city, but don’t seem able to clear slums and provide de- cent housing as swiftly or Y with the same determina- 7 tion, For all its progress and ' shining image, Atlanta hasn’t been able to reach down yet to the poor Negro who, as in other cities, has poor hous- ing, poor jobs if jobs at all, and poor schools. “ SNCC had been showing =
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Box 18, Folder 30, Document 4

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  • Text: STREET sTRIFE—An Atlanta policeman wearing g gasmask earries two children to safety [fam a Negro home filled with tear- gas, at left, while Mayértem =~ ~“tands ATLANTA—From Al Police Rout 1000 Rioters In Atlanta onto the vehicle, apparently unhurt. The rioters calmed down momentarily, but the disturb- anée started to spread again when a Negro man leaped atop another car and joined ‘Alled in his vlea for peace. About 15 Negroes pulled the Negro down and heat him. Tt was then that Allen or- dered the crowd dispersed, “Tear all the houses down if heressary,” Said the usually mild-spoken Mayor. “I want the people dispersed. Tear the place up." Allen gave the order calmly and without show of anger. Oné police car was over: turned at the height of the melee, ead two others were badly damaged. The rioters also trled, Bat failed, to over- uated Press Interaablaal turn to police paddy wagons — gavEp—4 weeping mother holds her Shild after police The Negro car theft suspect, rescued five youngsters from a teatgas-filled home whose arrest touched off the in Atlanta. istinneRhieae 5 qs during a brief outbreak oe aienee 4 Harold Prather, 25. Polie } said they opened fire when)readers and has worked to,and sevenvother Negro min: Prather fled ard Jgnered a| 514. down racial ineidents. |isters apptouched Allen after warning to halt, Atlanta's schools were to-|the riot and promised to col- Although hit twice, Prather) * "{ os id di made it to his home and when|tally integrated. Business)lect grievances and discuss) police attempted to arrest him houses have many Negro em-/them with Allen. | they found the way blocked bY loves. City facilities are to.| The Rev. Martin Luther a large group of Negroes, The|:aity integrated. The city ha King Sr, father of the na Negroes dispersed when rein-| oot eight Negroes to the State onaily = known integration forcements were summoned. | eciclature. Honally Later. Stokely Carmichael.) “Only this morning, the pro-Jeader wl0 makes his home| chairman of SNCC, announced] pressive Mayor had welcomed |in Atlant® urged Negroes to| that there would be ademon-| Carmichael and about 20 of|stay in thelr homes. stration In the Negro district’ his supporters into his office) “Nothin€ can be gained hy fo protest the arrest of for a conference, They came) this," he Warned. “What do} Prather. to protest alleged police bru-|they watl? The Mayor came The crowd started gather. tallity to SNCC members in|down. He tried to speak to ing when SNCC sound truck’ the city jail them, The? wouldn't listen... entered thearea, Officers took The Rev, W. Clyde Willlams| What do they want? the two men manning fhe -_— truck into custody and charged them with operating the truck without a permit. The crowd tipped over the police cruiser and tried fo overturn the wagon. Up until this point, only 59 Negro officers had been on the seene, but 54 more police. Men Were summoned, inelud- ing B® Negro and 20 white officers, | The presence of white offi-| cers incensed the youths, who) began shouting, “Kill the| white bastards, kil! the white oF e tops.” Tt was at tiis point. that Mayor Allen arrived and ‘tric | Wo reason’ with the mob, but! he was shouted down. Following the riot, Allen held a street corner news con- ference and vowed that police | wal peace Asked | Why he fo The sete per! Sonally, the Mayor replied: ‘Tam someerned with the problems of Alanta Any ieader has access to the Mayor and | Would welcome an op- portunity to talk.” Allen can take much of ihe Credit for Ailanta’s previous racial peace, and has tad al. most solid Negro support at the poli, He was one of the fow Southemers to testify for the 1864 civil rights bill, He further integrated the Atlants Bolice force He Nos held per. sono! conttrences with Negro Aswclated Pree on the roof of a police car at right as he attempts to disperse the angry crowd that gathered to protest a policeman's shooting of a suspect in the theft of an auto,
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Box 18, Folder 30, Document 11

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  • Text: VY a By ie Cr 1 * TL D NT T TN .] T ™ N a) \ , SY i RB " ; yi -| VY ¥ hat YS ok He Hs ‘ . q al A. N 2 AWS UL | W. P. MARSHALL TEL Be R A hy \ AD R. W. MePALL 4 4qP EST SEP § 66-AF387 CTF389- C YOAO77 DH DL CICERO ILL 8 MAYOR IVAN ALLEN UR ATLA RECENTLY I WROTE J EDGAR HOOVER FBI WASHINGTON DC TO INVESTIGATE THAT MOST ARROGANT UNAMERICAN BUZZARD STOKELY CARMICHAEL AND ASCERTAIN IS SOME SORT OF TOOL OF THE COMMUNISTS HIS MANY UTTERANCES REVILING EVERYTHING WE AMERICANS STAND FOR IS VERY OBNOXIOUS IT WAS VERY REVOLTING TO READ IN TODAYS PAPER THAT HIS MOp IS CAUSING TROUBLE IN ATLANTA SUGGESTED TO THE Fpl THAT CARMICHAELS AMERICAN CITIZENSHIP SHOULD BE REVOKED AND HAVE THE SKUNK SHIPPED BACK TO TRINIDAD HIS OATH OF ALLEGIANCE TO THE USA IS A FARCE HE EVIDENTLY OBTAINED CITIZENSHIP UNDER FALSE PRETENSES ANYTHING YOU FELLOWS CAN DO TO HELP GET HIM REMOVED FROM OUR COUNTRY WILL BE APPRECIATED BY ALL GOOD , AMERICANS Nik —————— _ a i, = ¥ ee et Rena) fs, Nadi , i Nowe ae Mahe tg a ‘i . — 7 } P a! 4 i Ast isl DE ee MER PERI Pata ah: Zi 7 i ri : me i r ! if , RE AD Sh eet is at “ , " ‘is i ; aoe aay : Jie . ‘ ree r 9 " ro ee 1 " ; ae rey, - Mab a Ty Re 4 ; J ! | ws b el. . Alli ee a ee : 7 _ CLaAss OF SERVICE This is a fast message unless its deferred char- acter is indicated by the proper symbol. WESTERN UNION W. P. MARSHALL CHAIRMAN OF THE BoARD TELEGRAM The filing time shown in the date line on domestic telegrams is LOCAL TIME at point of origin, Time of receipt is LOCAL TIME at point of destination R. W. McFALL PRESIDENT r SYMBOLS ‘ DL=Day Letter NL=Night Letter International LT Letter Telegram WILLIAM S$ BURKE 5203 WEST 25 ST CICERO ILL (26). SF1201(R2-65) team ~
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Box 18, Folder 30, Document 20

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