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Box 16, Folder 9, Document 22

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  • Text: T TNITOYNT HS TERN UNION idee) TELEGRAMS 1) ies 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 ro YMBOI : =e 229A EST SEP 8 66 AA188 A LLC74 NL PD 5 EXTRA TDA CHAMBLEE GA 7 THE HON IVAN ALLEN JR,» MAYOR OF ATLANTA CITY OF ATLANTA ATLA DEAR SIR DETERMINED EFFORT TO MAINTAIN LAW AND ORDER IN OUR CITY HAS AGAIN BEEN DEMONSTRATEDe AT GREAT PERSONAL RISK TO YOURSELF YOU STOOD FIRM IN THE FACE OF VIOLENCE AND EXEMPLIFIED THE TRUE LEADERSHIP THAT HAS MADE OUR COUNTRY GREAT. WE ADMIRE YOUR COURAGE AND OUR PRAYERS ARE THAT OTHERS OF ALL RACES WILL BENEFIT FROM OUR EXAMPLE MR AND MRS OH MIMMS 3294 EMBRY CIR CHAMBLEE GAe SP1201(R2-65)
  • Tags: Box 16, Box 16 Folder 9, Folder topic: Summerhill riot response | outside Atlanta | favorable | 1966
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Box 16, Folder 9, Document 11

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  • Text: Memo To Mr. Ivan Allen, Senior Maybe you can use this extra copy of Bill Kinney's editorial in his Smyrna Marl ~ J. Daniell | Merete, Le Herald. Sept. 16, 1966 a
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Box 16, Folder 9, Document 16

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  • Tags: Box 16, Box 16 Folder 9, Folder topic: Summerhill riot response | outside Atlanta | favorable | 1966
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Box 16, Folder 9, Document 19

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Box 16, Folder 9, Document 26

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  • Text: JAMEs M. SMITH 2070 SYLVANIA DRIVE DECATUR, GEORGIA 30033 \ lou [er (2.
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Box 16, Folder 9, Document 13

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Box 16, Folder 9, Document 21

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  • Tags: Box 16, Box 16 Folder 9, Folder topic: Summerhill riot response | outside Atlanta | favorable | 1966
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Box 16, Folder 9, Document 53

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  • Title: Box 16, Folder 9, Document 53
  • Text: U.S. News & World Report A DOWN-TO-EARTH LOOK AT A GROWING PROBLEM MBG “stated by top officals--that feraehipa ‘and | tin ing eae: etaie: sHOfs,- crime, Following are excerpts from a letter fo “The Beaumont (Tex.) Enterprise’ from Mrs. lrene Palmer of De Quincy, la., and published in “The Enterprise’’ on Aug. 3, 1966: These marches, demonstrations, riotings, lootings, police slayings and the such makes me literally sick, especially the reasons our Government officials are trying to cram down our throats as causes of these law-breaking episodes. Sir T bce suhst herd served r- = Weartiny hes iship, pain and suing is. I had polio at age 5 months which left my left leg one and ‘ofte-half inches shorter than my right and about one third the size. My father died at 6 p.m. Sunday in 1935, was buried Monday on my seventeenth birthday. My brother died at 5 a.m. Tuesday and was buried Wednesday, leaving me with two-small sisters and my mother to support. At 17 I was not a drop-out in school. With no education —not enough, anyway—no experience and with only one good leg, I quit school and went to work to support a fami- ly. I didn’t have a teen-age life because my working hours were always from 10 to 20 hours a day. In 1948, I got my right hand—my working hand; I'm right- handed—in an elec- tric ice shaver and mangled it. It was doubtful whether I'd ever be able to use it again, but after much pain and suffer- ing I learned to use what I had left of a hand. This left me with one good leg and one good hand, but I didn’t give up. “Follow Me Just One Day—"’ - .1 would like for Earl Warren, President Johnson, H. H. Humphrey, Martin Luther King, and all the hell-raising juveniles to come to my home and follow me just one day. I can guarantee that they wouldn’t have enough pep left to “go on a demonstration, marching or rock-throwing partv. My day begins at 4 a.m. and ends about 8 or 9 p.m., when my health permits. [ do my own housework, cooking, washing, ironing. sewing, raising fowers and a garden. In fact, for the past three weeks I have been standing in a hot kitchen, over a hot stove, canning my vegetables. Have an air conditioner? Are you kidding? Neither do | run up town when I get hot and tum on the water hydrants. nor start rioting and looting stores. Do you see any civil-rights work- ers doing this kind of work, trying to add to their income? If vou do, show ine. U.S. NEWS & WORLD REPORT Aug. 22, 1966 Aalmer, this te nonsense, ae Jeave. school of 17, Mrs. ppled, force ine has wotked: hard, without. lexuties, Seok: #You will Never “see us in. @ (marching : “demonstration: line “wanting something. for a seer We're too" pen for thot.“ L have two wonderful children who were reared most. of their lives in hot. crowded apartments. They know what it is to do without a lot of the better things of life. If we could have afforded just one vacation for them, it would have been a luxury, vet neither are rioters, rock-throwers. nor lawbreakers. I would like to show some of the officials in Washington, the marchers, rioters, and all those who have their hand stretched oul for a barmivui, some of the baudicapped peu- ple who are making; it on their own and not asking Mr. No- body for anything. ... “Excuses for Riots Are Tommyrot”’ Sir. can our President, Vice President, any civil-rights worker, agitator, or whomever they may be, stand-up and look us handicaps, whose very life itself has been a struggle for most of us, in the eye and try to cram down our throats an idea as idiotic as hot weather, crowded living quarters, low income, hard working conditions and all the other ex- cuses they try to pass on to the people as being reasons for these riots we are having? I for one cannot nor will I swal- low such tommyrot. You may see us handicaps become furious when we see a gang of able-bodied men and women, whether they are black. white, purple or spotted, running up and down our nation saying I want this, gimme that. without lifting « finger to earn it, but vou will never see us in a marching demonstration line wanting something for nothing. We're too proud for that. I believe a great lesson could be learned from the handi- caps. First, faith; then courage, patience. love, kindness, long suffering, pride. competence and al] the things that make lite worthwhile. Sir, I didn’t intend to write a newspaper when I started, but IT have watched so much of these disgraceful crime waves. which are so useless, on television, and read so much about it in the papers, until I just had to say my piece. So | will close and leave an open invitation for the Pres- ident, H.H.H., Martin Luther King and his followers, the agitators or whoever it may be who thinks it takes a crime wave to make a living in this old world, to come and follow in my footsteps just one day and I'll show them what can be done if anyone has the get-up about them to try. tr co
  • Tags: Box 16, Box 16 Folder 9, Folder topic: Summerhill riot response | outside Atlanta | favorable | 1966
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Box 16, Folder 9, Document 64

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  • Text: Mrs. Isabelle H. Mauterer 215 Woodrow Street Columbia, South Carolina 29205 Mr. James W. Dalton 103 Antigua Drive Cocoa Beach, Florida Mr, L. G. Evans 2121 Riverland Road Ft, Lauderdale, Fla. 33312 Mrs. Ruth C, Fountain Rt. 3 Box 463-C Albany, Georgia Mr. Quincy B. Powell 347 Peabody Street Athens, Georgia 3060} Mrs, Roland P, Perdue, III 245 Riverside Drive Athens, Georgia Mr. James M. Smith 2070 Sylvania Drive Decatur, Georgia 30033 Miss Fredda Lee 4131 Janice Drive East Point, Georgia Mrs. Gus W. Mann 601 Willivee Drive Decatur, Georgia ds Mr, James A. Dunlap (Janes) Gainesville, Georgia Mrs. Anne B, Emery 1373 Holiday Boulevard Forest Park, Georgia 30050 Honorable Jack Hamilton (Jack) Mayor City of Decatur Decatur, Georgia Mr. and Mrs, Carl V. Chelena, Sr, 418 Kenilworth Circle Stone Mountain, Georgia 30083 Rev. Mr. J. Vincent Cook Mr. Gary L. Pleger Mr. P. Maurice Boulogne Cook, Pleger & Boulogne 798 Prince Avenue Prince Lyndon Building Athens, Georgia FAVORABLE - OUTSIDE ATLANTA yy Mr. H. H. Niebruegge 1309 Faraday Place Decatur, Georgia 30033 Mr. and Mrs. Wm. R. Warwick 2356 Old Stone Mountain Road Chamblee, Georgia Mrs. Archie T. E,. McCormick 330 Pat Mell Road, S.W. Townhouse B=3 Marietta, Georgia Mr. Charles Elliott (Charlie) 401 Flat Rock Trail Covineton, Georgia 30209 Ux, Robert L. McBath, Minister East Point Presbyterian Church 2810 Church Street East Point, Georgia Rev. Ralph C. Shea, Sr. Minister Jones Memorial First Methodist Church 189 W,. Georgia Avenue Forest Park, Georgia Mr. Max F. Ward, President Mar-Jac, Inc. Airport Circle P. O. Box 1923 Gainesville, Georgia 30501 Mrs. Paul B. Dye, Jr. 660 Victory Drive Waynesboro, Georgia Mr. Lee R, Grogan President Georgia Jaycees P., O. Box 616 Perry, Georgia 31069
  • Tags: Box 16, Box 16 Folder 9, Folder topic: Summerhill riot response | outside Atlanta | favorable | 1966
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Box 16, Folder 9, Document 35

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  • Text: AREA CODE: 404 PHONE: FA 3-7393 SOUTHERN FOODS, INC. oo Meat Packers Serving the State of Cfeorgia ove 1616 MURRAY STREET eo P.O, BOX 2037. e COLUMBUS, GEORGIA September 8, 1966 Honorable Ivan Allen, Mayor City of Atlanta Atlanta, Georgia Dear Ivan: It has been my privilege to watch the progress Atlanta has made in its race relationship dur- ing your tenure of office. We can point with pride to our success in Columbus also, but, Atlanta, being such a large city, would nat- urally be more in the national scene than Columbus and it has certainly been noticeable over the country that Atlanta has had progress on such an amicable basis. It is not my personal opinion that the Negro citizens in Atlanta are to blame for this outburst. The source of the trouble is far more basic. It is certainly the fault of the powers who countenance such demonstrations and actually encourage them. We wish you every success in your progressive program. With best regards. Sincerely yours, SOUTHBRN FOODS, INC. “lark Frank Thompson President FT/gb Southern Matd
  • Tags: Box 16, Box 16 Folder 9, Folder topic: Summerhill riot response | outside Atlanta | favorable | 1966
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Box 16, Folder 9, Document 38

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  • Text: J, j MANUFACTURERS OF Pe ee, \ Lb Company +! ) Cremer, Lens in FOR MEN AND BOYS September 8, 1966 Mayor Ivan Allen City Hall Atlanta, Georgia Dear Mayor Allen: When you were active in Scouting I had a great admiration for yous I thought you gave us wonderful leadership and I was real proud to have the opportunity of working with you. Never was I as proud of you as I was after noting how you handled the disorder which erupted in Atlanta on Monday of this week. You have given Atlanta wonderful leadership and I think your courageous handling of the racial dis=- turbance will do a great deal to prevent others from occurring. I think there are very few who want to see the colored race mis- treated. On the other hand, we do not feel that they should be per- mitted to completely take over and have no regard for law and order. In this respect, you handled the situation in a very noble manner. My congratulations to you, Mayor Allen! Sincerely, HUBBARD PANTS COMPANY JT ~ George C. Turner Vice-President GCT:fs
  • Tags: Box 16, Box 16 Folder 9, Folder topic: Summerhill riot response | outside Atlanta | favorable | 1966
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Box 16, Folder 9, Document 55

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  • Text: GRIFFIN DAILY NEWS ESTABLISHED 1871 Grivin, GEorRGIA Suiied WECTON: SR. Sept. 9,1966 Dear Ivani- This edi tortal, written by my son,Ouimby Jr., will interest you. Know there will be many such editorials praising you, and there should be. As you know your father and I have been friends for many years. I'll never forget his kindness ts me cal 3 Coe reporter on the GonseL eaten He helped me get many a story that I would otherwise have not
  • Tags: Box 16, Box 16 Folder 9, Folder topic: Summerhill riot response | outside Atlanta | favorable | 1966
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Box 16, Folder 9, Document 36

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  • Text: WILSON M. HARDY CHAIRMAN HAROLD CLOTFELTER PRESIDENT JOHN ROONEY, JR, VICE-PRES. & TREASURER JACK H. ANDERSON VICE-PRES. & SECRETARY HARDY REALTY & DEVELOPMENT COMPANY FORMERLY HARDY TRUST COMPANY 9 EAST SECOND AVENUE P_ Oo. BOX 1470 ROME, GEORGIA 3016] September 8, 1966 CHARLES H, CLOTFELTER JACK H. BUSBIN Mayor Ivan Allen City Hall Atlanta, Georgia Dear Ivan: All Georgia is proud of you. I understand that John Davis, Congressman of the Seventh District, in a talk a day or so ago, spoke of Stokely Carmichael as the most dangerous man in the country, and I rather agree with him. Yours sincerely, Wilson M. Hardy REAL ESTATE SALES- LEASES DEVELOPING-FINANCING TELEPHONE 232-5343
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Box 16, Folder 9, Document 39

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  • Text: . JULIAN H.Cox 265 E.HAnNcOocK AVENUE ATHENS, GEORGIA September 9, 1966 Dear Ivan, I want to take this opportunity of congratulating you on the stand and the action that you took in last Tuesday's trouble in Atlanta. I don't know that I have ever seen anyone display such courage and in my humble opinion, I don't think that anyone could have handled the situation any better. I do not believe that there are many men that would have stood up to the situation like you did and the people of Atlanta and the State of Georgia should be most grateful to you. With personal regards and best wishes. - cerely, & Julian H. Cox JHC/bw Honorable Ivan Allen, Mayor City of Atlanta Atlanta, Georgia
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Box 16, Folder 9, Document 33

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  • Text: P, 0. Box 2151 Valdosta, Georgia September 8, 1966 Mayor Ivan Allen City Hall Atlanta, Georgia My dear Mr. Mayor: Though I have many times disagreed with some of the stands you have taken I want to write you and commend you on your actions during the recent Vine Section riot. If there is one thing I admire in a man it is courage and you displayed as much of this as any man could ever be called upon to show. My deepest congratulations on how you conducted yourself during this messy situation. Very truly yours, x = aa 7 bal A Pears EARL T. MAYO’
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Box 16, Folder 9, Document 32

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  • Text: Nal be Red or podt Lacon Shan
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Box 16, Folder 9, Document 90

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  • Text: 5211 Sanpusxy Drrve DecaTuR, GEORGIA SepremBper 14, 1966 Mayor Ivan ALLEN Orry HALL ATLANTA, GEORGIA Drar Mayor ALLEN: BE HAS BEEN NOTED_BY THE PUBLIC, THE PRESIDENT AND Vree Prestpent or THE Unrren STATES,WHERE YOU DID A COUR= ACROUS THING IN GOING AMONG YOUR SUBJECTS DURING A RECENT PUBLIC DISORDER. You ARE TO BE COMMENDED FOR THIS BIT OF GALLANTRY ABOVE AND BEYOND THE CALL OF DUTY, AND I DO NOT FEEL AS SOME HAVE IMPLIED THIS ACT WAS POLITICALLY MOTIVATED. HONESTLY FEEL THAT YOU ARE ACTING IN THE BEST INTEREST OF ALL CONCERNED. BuT THERE IS ONE THING I AM UNABLE TO UNDERSTAND AND THAT ITS WHY YOU WOULD PUSSY FOOT ARO= UND WITH THIS GROUPE OF PEOPLE WHEN YOU _MUST REALIZE NO AMOUNT OF TALKING WILL DO ANY GOOD. PERHAPS I AM WRONG», nur I AM OF THE OPINION THE ONLY THING THESE PEOPLE WILL UNDERSTAND IS FORCE. ALSO IT IS MY UNDERSTANDING THAT A $10,000 REWARD HAS BEEN OFFERED FOR INFORMATION LEADING TO THE CAPTURE OF PERSONS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE SHOOTING OF A Necro Boy. Trr1s I FEEL IS GOOD, BUT WOULD THE SAME THING HAVE HAPPENED IF A WHITE BOY HAD BEEN SHOT, ALSO ONE OF THE ATLANTA POLICEMAN WAS SHOT, BUT VERY LITTLE HAS BEEN SAID ABOUT prHIS, Wuy? Mre Mayor, I AM ALL FOR LAW AND ORDER AND I DO Nor BELIEVE IN HATE GROUPS, BUT I DO BELIEVE A PERSON BLACK OR WHITE SHOULD EARN THE RIGHT TO BE RESPECTED. I DO Nor BELIEVE IN FREE HANDOUTS LIKE THE POVERTY PROGRAM, WEL= FARE, ETC. EXCEPT IN SPECIAL CASES. AND LIKE MANY OTHER prophr, I FEEL THE FroeRAL COVERNMENT HAS ENCOURAGED VIOLENCE AND ANARCHY FOR SINSTER PURPOSES BY REMANING stLent, Turs I KNOW YOU HAVE NO CONTROL OVER AND I AM SURE YOU WANT NO PART OF THIS SINSTER PLAN, IF PLAN IT IS RESPECTFULLY SUBMITTED, aril, Cplerldcef Harobp CU. HuDsoNn
  • Tags: Box 16, Box 16 Folder 9, Folder topic: Summerhill riot response | outside Atlanta | favorable | 1966
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Box 16, Folder 9, Document 78

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  • Text: September 15, 1966 Mr. James A. Dunlap Gainesville, Georgia Dear Jim: During these difficult days, it is gratifying to have your message of confidence and encouragement. With appreciation, Iam Sincerely, Ivan Allen, Jr. Mayor IAJr:ip
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Box 16, Folder 9, Document 100

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  • Text: JAMES A. DUNLAP GAINESVILLE, GEORGIA September 7, 1966 Dear Ivan: I tried to telephone you this morning. I think \\ ' Snick and that element are acting horribly. Frankly, I don't think you should go into a mob such as that without adequate protection. It scared me when I saw the riot scenes on television last night and this morning. Be careful! With warm personal regards, I am Sincerely, Jams\A. Dunl Mayor Ivan Allen City of Atlanta City Hall Atlanta, Georgia
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Box 16, Folder 9, Document 74

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  • Text: September 15, 1966 Mr. J. Vincent Cook Mr. Gary L. Pleger Mr. P. Maurice Boulogne Cook, Pleger & Boulogne 798 Prince Avenue Prince Lyndon Building Athens, Georgia Gentlemen: During these difficult days, it is gratifying to have your message of confidence and encouragement. With appreciation, Jaam Sincerely, Ivan Allen, Jr. Mayor IAJr:lp
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