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Box 19, Folder 1, Document 75

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  • Text: lar- The ‘ere on- ith- nes ivil zed chi- lity me em yart for in ere ind ia- ity, ept iers Br) mts ide- the nen the em- reh one 2cu- \Kingysaldy nh King Links Race Hatred To Low Income Whites Washington, Aug. 22—(AP)—|hands,” Meredith replied: Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., “That’s exactly what I’m say- says lower income groups are| the principal source among Nor- thern whites of a ‘massive out- pouring of hatred” against Ne- groes. King said these whites “have grown up believing in certain sterebtypes, whether it is the stereotype of the Negroes as lazy, or inherently inferior, or whether it is the myth that Ne- groes depreciate property values when they move into a com- munity.” King appeared yesterday with five other Negroes prominent in civil rights affairs on a special “Meet the Press,, program on NBC radio and television, He took part in the program from a Chicago television stu- dio, leaving before it ended to lead another open-housing march in Chicago. The other panelists were in a Washington studio, ‘Latent Hostllities’ The 'Chicago demonstrations, ing.” “Nonviolence is incompatible with American ideas,” he added. “This is a military-minded na- tion.” Meredith said Negroes ‘‘can- not continue to tolerate this. If| the law doesn’t take these men then we got to stop this.” Later he said, however, that “the Negro has never entertain- ed the idea of taking up arms) against (all) the whites.” The other panelists were Stok- ely Carmichael, chairman of the Student Nonviolent Coordi- nating Committee; Roy Wilkins, executive director of the Nation- al Association for the Advance- ment of Colored People; Floyd B. McKissick, director of the Congress of Racial Equality, and Whitney M, Young, Jr., ex- ecutive director of the National Urban League, The six indicated agreement that what-King’called the “trag- ic gulf between promise and ful- the open‘many latent hostilities already existing within certain white groups in the North.” Asked whether perhaps the majority of white people in the nation don’t want a Negro for a neighbor, the rights leader agreed there are some whites against open housing, But he added that “this does not mean that we don't go all out to end housing diserimination.” He said that in the south, _|whites opposed integrating _|lunch counters and motels but that this did not prevent pas- sage of civil rights legislation to bar segregation, “The same thing must happen in housing,” he said, “When the law makes it clear, and is vigorously enforced, we will see that people will not only adjust but... attitudes will also change.” Others on the program includ- ed James H. Meredith, who be- came the first known Negro at the University of Mississippi and was shot from ambush ona voter registration drive in Mis- sissippi last June, Vigilantes Proposed During questioning, Meredith advocated organizing vigilante groups to hunt down untried killers of Negroes. Asked if he meant that Negroes should “take the law into their own Calling + those eS said, “We have in this co in the corporate circles the terest fal bog BT graes . B1OWiINZ) 5 worse at some points. In gen- eral, they said, the civil rights movement is not accomipiishing enough fast enough, War Is Attacked Carmichael again attacked the| Viet Nam war, saying Negro sol- diets there are black mercena- ries, “A mercenary ig a hired killer and] think that when this cous. try says to black youths , , , their only chance to a decent living is when you join the Army... it’s saying to that black man his only chance to a decent life is to become a hired killer,” he said. “I would not fight) in Viet Nam, absolutely not,” Carmi- chael said. “I urge every black man in this country not to fight in Viet Nam,” Wilkins, discussing the fu- ture of the civil rights move- ment, said “progress is being made... despite the fact that great masses of people cannot count the difference between to- day's living and what they had two years ago.” But McKissick disagreed. “Things have not progressed tremendously for the masses of the people,” he said. There has| been some progress for some Negroes, he added, but “the average black man in the ghet- to has not profited within the last 10 years.” Black Power Defined McKissick also defined “black power’ in terms of six ingredi- ents: “One, political power, Two, economic power. Three, jan improved self-image of the '|black man himself. Four, the development of young militant leadership. Five, the enforce- of federal laws, abolition ment ‘| of police brutality, Six, the de- velopment of a black consumer bloc.” eae attacked those eek ae say they are oe yor g but elthe sive IDES, the most imagi- ople, su eeay faibe. Ot — at A (A A. ee leet ey p ¢ li Ss h a u hi it sire Malet tS a a 7 ———— ee + — ee —
  • Tags: Box 19, Box 19 Folder 1, Folder topic: Summerhill riot | non-favorable or radical attitude | outside Georgia | 1966
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Box 19, Folder 1, Document 82

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  • Text: By THOMAS COLLINS Here’s a blueprint for marriage after u're 65 years old, Don't laugh now—the U.S, Government ports that more than 35,000 couples past ‘e 65 are now marrying every year, and at the number is growing. Five years ago many of these people d spouses, silting on the sofa next to em as your spouse may be silting now. Ka The blueprint comes from John Y, Vatson, 68, a widower for four years, and is bride of five months, Eugenia Watson, ‘6, a widow for five years. Both owned homes at the time of their narriage. Both have now sold them. They ve in a trailer parked in a tree-shrouded “ark in the Southland. Abrecseh tit bt nits Mr, and Mrs. Watson obviously are ‘Shappy. But they aren’t silly about it. “They have a quiet, pleasant, companion- Jable marriage, Not a cute one. Out of their experience together they iave formulated the following points which hey believe will make a good retirement narriage: 1. The older couple must understand that or them marriage is not a Something- sorrowed — Something-Blue affair, It is or companionship, which means both somebody fo talk to and the security a iouise companion gives you, and it is for economy. ‘Together, we are living for about 60 per cent of what the two of us spent living separately,” according to Mr. Watson. 2. The older couple should haye a wedding ceremony and invite all their friends, Not to solicit gifts, not for their own vanity. But for the friends. Who will Rad QE™ NEED A Wedding aA They Can Ring Su love it, And who will t here on with parties ani 8. The older couple, should go to their indis their plans, and get a f physical. condition. Ther tell each other what th that a case of arthrit some midnight won't col 4, The older couple carefully, but firmly, ~ each might have. “Yo children,’ says Mrs. Wa “You must tell then dishonorable in older There's nothing disres] dren’s deceased Mother people want companior he necessary to point unwise to get into whether the rematria® This is your decision, te 5, With regard to? wise to give them sor somebody is not mi “Daddy’s Money” '- ~ Mother helped you mr 1 6. This reassurancg given through a fin, which any older Col, should work out, eith or through an exchal each other. “In general,” says’ genia and I agreed t® of us had that had- marriage to my dev marriage to her dece,_ be retained in each’s passed on to each’s i feasible. But we also ? Pes Gian bck
  • Tags: Box 19, Box 19 Folder 1, Folder topic: Summerhill riot | non-favorable or radical attitude | outside Georgia | 1966
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Box 19, Folder 1, Document 91

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  • Text: September; - 10, 1966 Mrs. Eartrt D. GREGORY 41 WINDSOR DRIVE, TUSCALOUSA, ALABAMA Bear lr. Allen: I am wondering if you are prepsred to handled UR Carmichael when he gets out of jail if he tries to carry out his threats to burn Atlanta and kill all the white people he meets? I truly hope so. We have pussyfooted around with the Negroes too long all ready. Sincerely,
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Box 19, Folder 1, Document 77

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Box 19, Folder 1, Document 92

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  • Text: RYTEX CARD-O-GRAM PLACE STAMP HERE
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Box 19, Folder 2, Document 1

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Box 19, Folder 1, Document 97

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Box 19, Folder 1, Document 90

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Box 19, Folder 2, Document 13

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  • Tags: Box 19, Box 19 Folder 2, Folder topic: Summerhill riot | non-favorable or radical attitude outside Georgia | 1966
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Box 19, Folder 2, Document 8

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  • Text: Riots Expose Stokely Carmichael _/) And His Organization a0) archists thi bate ti 4 LA Ge t1~ 6 Ge 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, publisher of the Atlanta Constitution, and long a moving and militant force for equal treatment of the Negro citizen as provided by law and the Constitution of the United States. McGill places responsibility for the Atlanta disturbance squarely upon the Student Non- Violent Coordinating Committee. (SNICK) and its leader Stoke- ly Carmichael. SNICK, according to McGill has no more than 300 pie members. These have been the JOHN S. KNIGHT agents of anarchy in Watts, New York, Chicago, Cleveland and other major cities. SNICK’S beginnings were more auspicious. Its early student leaders were motivated by high dedication to the civil rights cause. Now the John Lewises and other re- sponsibles are out. Control of SNICK is held by the ex- treme radicals, of which Carmichael is the dominant figure. As McGill says, SNICK is no longer a civil rights organization but an anarchistic group which is openly and officially committed to the destruction of existing institutions. Though small in membership, SNICK appeals to all haters of the white man, It’s: slogans 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. xm KOK Mayor Of Courag Fortunately for Atlanta, if 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 brutality, “I saw plenty of brutality,” he said, “but it was all directed against police officers.” Aft his press eonference, Mayor Allen stated that “If Stokely Carmichael is looking for a battleground, he has created one, and he will be met in whatever situation he chooses,” Atlanta’s Negro community leaders were quick to decry the rioting and violence. The Atlanta Summit Leadership Conference, a Negro organization, denounced both SNICK and Carmichael, while calling for construc- tive measures designed to alleviate problems which directly concern the Negro. Dr. Martin Luther King, executive director Roy Wil- kins of the NAACP and Whitney Young who heads the Urban League have all repudiated Stokely Carmichael and his tactics. Waly Or Wray 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. aay, Mayor Allen gave short shrift to charges of police brutality. “I saw plenty of brutality,” he said, “but it was all directed against police officers.” At his press conference, Mayor Allen stated that “If Stokely Carmichael is looking for a battleground, he has created one, and he will be met in whatever situation he chooses.” Atlanta’s Negro community leaders were quick to decry the rioting and violence. The Atlanta Summit Leadership Conference, a Negro organization, denounced both SNICK and Carmichael, while calling for construc- tive measures designed to alleviate problems which ~ directly concern the Negro. Dr. Martin Luther King, executive director Roy Wil- kins of the NAACP and Whitney Young who heads the Urban League have all repudiated Stokely Carmichael and his tactics. abet A Useful Service The city of Atlanta has long enjoyed an enviable reputation for racial amity. Ironically, it was Atlanta's splendid image that the destroyers sought to tarnish. And yet, unwittingly, Stokely ‘Carmichael and his followers performed a useful service not only for Atlanta but for the entire nation. For here was stripped away the myth that Negroes are always incited to riot over poor living conditions, lack of employment and denial of eivil rights. Mr. Carmichael has now revealed himself for what he is — a scheming fomenter of disorder, a mad dog who attacks all whites indiscriminately, a revolutionist who seeks to burn and destroy, a terrorist who defies law and spits upon our flag.
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Box 19, Folder 2, Document 41

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  • Text: | Weather Warm, Showers High 85, Low 67 Map, Page 18 THE DA LY!OKLAHOMAN ‘| / 285,807 Average August Morning and Evening Paid Circulation VOL. 75, NO. 246 Atlanta Mayor Faul ATLANTA, Ga. (AP) — Mayor Ivan Allen jr: charged Wednesday that Student Nonviolent Co-or- dinating Committee mem- bers were directly respon- sible for Tuesday night's rioting that shattered At- lanta’s image of racial harmony. | Allen told a news confer- ence that the disorders “were the result of a delib- erate attempt by certain members of SNCC to create an incident of this kind.” The silver-haired mayor, PURI me COPYRIGHT, 1966, OKLAHOMA PUBLISHING CO. 4 . % who climbed on top of a car and tried to calm the jeering, angry Negroes during the disorder, said: "Tf Stokely Carmichael (na tional chairman of SNCC) is looking for a bat- tleground, he created one last night, and he’ll be met in whatever situation he cares to create.” Carmichael, along with other SNCC members, was in the area before the. riot- ing began, but he was not seen there later. Officers said SNCC rep- eponiaioees urged the crowd to demonstrate and denounced police officers as they chanted “black | power.”’ Seventy-two. persons were arrested and 15 in- jured during the outbreak — the worst the city has experienced in modern times — which broke out after a white pee shot a Negro wanted on a car theft charge. ‘ Police arrested 10 per- sons at the riot scene Wed- nesday after a crowd gath- ered and began passing lea fl ets jad shouting lack power.”’ Officers ‘dered the crowd to dis- ae and those who re- fused were taken away in ‘aay Wagons. Order was quickly restored. \ oe spark of violence ignite ere a few reckless ha ea Oiitantale eae nd va anding record of mity, ’ the mayor e : “Fra om Punat T heard with my own ears and saw with my own eyes in the middle of this melee, I feel certain that hundreds of normally good citizens were in- flamed out of their normal good senses. They were victimized by those who sought to incite violence.” Referring to recent charges by SNCC members of police brutality, Allen said, hitting a clinched fist on the table for emphasis: “No one need make charges to me about police brutality during this disor- der. I saw plenty of brutali-_ 500 N BROADWAY, OKLAHOMA CITY, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1966 s SNCC for Rioting ty, but it was all directed against the police offi- cers.” In a separate news con- ference Wednesday, Police Chief Herbert Jenkins said SNCC officials include “‘ir- responsible and hoodlum leaders’? and that its rank and file consists ‘‘mostly of criminals, hoodlums and outlaws of all types.” Jenkins said the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee’ is now the nonstudent violent commit- tee. And we must and will deal with it accordingly.” 5e in Oklahoma—10e Elsewhere ae 40 PAGES
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Box 19, Folder 2, Document 34

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  • Text: SNCC’s Revolutionary Purposes With growing frequency the mis-named Student Non-Violent Coordinating Com- mittee has been appearing at the center of racial disturbances in the cities of the na- tion. This week it was in Atlanta where SNOC Tembers_apparentiy_set_out_pur- p y_to provoke disorders by spread- ing false tales of "police brutality." Just what SNCC is up to has been an: - swered in the statements of its leaders, most notably chairman Stokely Carmi- chael. SNCC is seeking nothing less than a revolutionary confrontation, what it calls a "liberation" movement, that will pit blacks against whites. SNCC wants to divide the country irre- vocably along racial Tines. Its first need is to discredit the moderate Negro leadership and the concept of non-violence. It has al- ready rejected what is really the only viab- le route to racial progress, cooperation among whites and Negroes. It moves to ex- ploit, with violence if necessary, the grie- vances which responsible persons of both races have long been working to eliminate. "Black power," the SNCC battle cry, has become a label of convenience readily applied to any exploitable situation. In the mouths of SNCC's leaders it means what they want it to mean, from "bringing this country to its knees," as Carmichael said last month, to total racial separation. Regrettably, there seems to be a grow- ing number of whites ready to accept SNCC's hate-inspired extremism as repre- sentative of ALL Negroes, to cite demon- strated excesses as convenient proof that the races cannot get along, that steps to improve Negro life are futile. The irony of this is that the philosophi- cal basis of SNCC's dogma rests precisely on the same argument. The bigotry, the exploitation, the outrages demonstrated over the years by some whites are, in SNCC's view, representative of the atti- tudes of ALL whites. SNCC, too, says the races can never get along. In one sense SNCC's radical outlook is perhaps understandable, as the logical pro- duct of frustrations and discontent. But this doesn't make it any more acceptable. SNCC, like the white extremists who both bolster SNCC's existence and draw strength from it, is doing not only the Ne- gro cause but the national cause a mon- strous disservice. The sowing of hatred, the fostering of divisions, are intolerable whatever their source. We are one nation, All who work against unity and understanding—white or black — deserve the condemnation of those aware of our moral heritage. BIBLE THOUGHT—IJce¢ unto them that call evil good, and good evil. Isaiah. V, 20. five G-9-66
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Box 19, Folder 2, Document 42

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  • Text: Join Criticism Of Carmichael Ministers Make House-to-House Calls for Peace ATLANTA, Ga. (AP) — egro ministers and civil ghts leaders began a door- -door appeal Wednesday ight for calmness to Ne- roes in the area of Tuesday ight’s rioting which shat- ared Atlanta’s image of ra- ial harmony. “We are asking all resi- ents not to allow others to se them as pawns,” said tev. Samuel Williams, pres- lent of the Atlanta chapter f the National Association or the Advancement of Col- red People. “Atlanta is not by far a erfect city but it is too reat to be destroyed by imple-minded bigotry,’’ he aid, in a summation state- ent of a two-hour meeting if civil rights leaders, Area Tense Several ministers then left a go directly to visit homes n the six-block area near he new sports stadium in an ffort to ease the tense situa- ion, Earlier in the meeting, everal Negro leaders harged Siokely Carmichael, tational chairman of the stu- ent nonviolent coordinating ommittee, with responsibili- y for the rioting. “The first thing we've got 0 do is stop the insurree- ion,” said Rev, William 3orders, a grey-haired, long- ime civil rights leader. ‘One man is giving us hell. e’ve got to stop him before e stops us.” Carmichael Replies “Our main concern here is stokely Carmichael, whether wr not we have a riot is up to im,”’ said Rev. Otis Smith, ho suggested the group ontact the SNCC leader. “Stokely Carmichael is an lbatross around our necks nd a parasite to the com- nunity, but he is meeting ome of the needs of our eople,’’ said Dr. O. W. Da- is, a physician. Carmichael told a Negro adio station (WAOK) ednesday night: “It is clear to me that CC did not and could not tart a rebellion. This one as started by an act, a New FOR army tial Wi Pyt. D York prison dishone er find fusing Viet Nz The given | sentenc hard la tence } vilian Su Bac Autt into Oklahy tempe thunde ised. The thunde thite noliceman shootine warme
  • Tags: Box 19, Box 19 Folder 2, Folder topic: Summerhill riot | non-favorable or radical attitude outside Georgia | 1966
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Box 19, Folder 2, Document 50

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Box 19, Folder 2, Document 33

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  • Text: Mrs. Grace Boyp
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Box 19, Folder 2, Document 14

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  • Text: ial
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Box 19, Folder 2, Document 11

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Box 19, Folder 3, Document 14

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

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Box 19, Folder 3, Document 22

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