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MAYOR IVAN ALLEN
CARE CITY H.4LL ATLA
DOf\.rr FOOL YOURSELF BY THINKING THAT PUTTII\G STOKa y CARMICHAEL
BEHif'O BARS WILL ELIMINATE RIOTING IF HE IS SENT TO JAIL FOR
IF HE IS NOT ,RELEASED I MMED IA TEL Y YOU AND THIS COON1R Y WILL
SEE SUCH UBIQUITOOS RIOTING THAT HAS YET TO iE EVEN IMAGINED.
BY THINKif\G THAT KING CAN CONTROL THE BLACK MASSES IS TRULY
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WISt-FUL THINKING. WHEREVER HE HAS TRIED TO PUT DOWN RIOT ING
HE P.AS BEEN TOLD IN DEf" INITE FOUR LETTER WORDS TO GET OUT•
TOOAY, RIGHT NOW, THERE IS NO ONE, AND I MEAN NO ONE, WHO EVEN
COMES CLOSE TO BEING HEARD STOKELY. ELIMINATE HIM AND YOU UNCHAIN
TH E LAST CHAIN LEf"T THAT IS HOLDING BLACK PEOPLE BACK.
RELEAS E MR CARMIC~EL FOR BLACK POWER WILL TRULY SHOW '
sF12JiT~~Jf • BLACK PEPPLE DO NOT WISH TO RIOT OOT IF IT IS NECESSITAT ED
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ST SEP 9 66 AA004
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WASHINGTON DC 9 911p EDT
MAYOR IVAN ALLEN
CITY HALL ATLA
RELEASE STOKELY CARMICHAEL IMMEDIATELY IF YOU DON'T BLACK POWER
WILL
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1 18 , EST SEP 9 66 AC577
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MAYOR IVAN ALLEN JR
., CITY HALL ATLA
WE DEMAND THE IMMEDIATE RELEASE Of' STOKLEY MICHAEL ANJ THE
SEVENT'Y ODD OTHER ARRESTED ON . PHONY CHARGES• TO ATTEMPT TO
BLAME MR CARMICHAEL FOR THE RIOTIOUS COf\OITION CF ATLANTA IS
THE SHEEREST HIPPOCRITICAL NONSENSE. OPPRESSION EXISTED IN
ATLANTA, THE SO CALLED CITY TOO BUSY TO HATE, LONG BEFORE THERE
WAS EVER A SNCC. YOUR ARREST OF MR CARMICHAEL IS EVIDENCE THAT
THE OPPRESSION STILL EXISTS. NO ONE, LEAST CF ALL THOSE Cf'
US IN THE COMMUNITY CF AMERICA IS IMPRESSED OR COWARD BY YOUR
POLICE STATE TACTICS. WE ARE INSULTED AND ENRAGED
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ST SEP 9 66 AH516 SYA7g4
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IVAN ALLEN MAYOR
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DEAR SIR KNOWING OF THE LAWLESS TREATMENT THAT HAS BEEN A PART
OF THE HISTORY OF THE BLACK PEOPLE OF GEORGIA I WIRE YOU WITH
MUCH CONCERN OF THE STATE OF STOCKLEY CARMICHAEL. I WOULD REMIND
YOU OF YOUR CIVIC OBLIGATION AND MORAL RESPONSIBILITY TO SEE
TO IT THAT NO PHYSICAL HARM OR BRUTALITY BEFALLS HIM WHILE
IN YOUR CUSTOPY
THE REV HERBERT C SHANKLE PRESIDENT THE ROCHESTER AREA MINISTERS
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MAYOR IVAN ALLEN
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RELF.ASE STOKELY CARMICHAEL. IF YOU DONT BLACK POWER WILL
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SEP 9 66 AH4g9 CTA721
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MAYOR IVAN ALLEN JR
CITY HALL ATLANTA GA
WE FEEL THAT THE ARREST OF STOKELY CARMICHAEL -WAS UNJUST ANO
A DIRECT ATTACK UPON HIS CIVIL RIGHTS. MR CARMICHAEL rs BEING
MADE THE SCAPEGOAT TO DIVERT ATTENTION AWAY FROM THOSE ACTUALLY
RESPONSIBLE FOR WHAT CAUSED THE DISTURBANCE. THE GUILTY PARTIES
ACTUALL ARE THE ATLANTA POLICE DEPARTMENT THE GOVERNMENT OFFICALS
WHO OPPRESS THE POOR "BLACKS" OF THE GETTOJ ANO THE WHITE POWER
STRUCTURE THAT ARE HOtDING re THE OLD ~DUAL SYSTEM•.
DISTURBED CITIZENS JEAN BARNETT STARMANDA BULLOCK.
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MAYOR IVAN ALLEN
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THE ARREST OF STOKLEY CARMICHAEL, THIS IS AN OUTSTANDING EXAMPLE
OF WHITE SUPPRESSION OF BLACK PEOPLE AND THEIR REPRESENTATIVES
THRU THE WHITE POWER STRU CTURE THERE WILL ALWAYS BE STOKLEY
CARM!CHAELS AS LONG AS THERE ARE ' WHITE LIKE YOU
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822P EST SEP 11 66 AA327 DA154 PRA132
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STOKLEY CARMICHAEL
CARE MAYOR IVAN ALLEN ATLANTA GA
11-IE KKK HAVENT ATTEMPTED TO HANG YOU SNNC-CORE DREADED TO HAVE
ME SLAIN ARE SURE YOU WILL GET A FAIR TRIAL
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T. SEP 9 66 AF547 MB683
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MAYOR IVAN ALLEN
CITY HALL ATLA
I AM CONCERNED ABOUT THE ARREST OF TWO OF MY CO WORKERS, MONROE
SHARP AND BOBBY WALTON ANO THE LATER ARREST OF STOKELY CARMICHAEL
CHAIRMAN OF THE STUDEN NON-VIOLENT COORDINATING COMMITTEE IN
VIEW OF YOUR PAST EXEMPLARY RECORD AS PUBLIC OFFICIAL I AM
SURE THAT A THOROUGH AND IMPARTIAL INVESTIGATION OF THE FACTS
SURROUNDING THE ARREST AND CHARGES WILL BE MADE BY YOUR ADMINISTRATION
I TRUST THAT MY CO WORKERS WILL BE GIVEN EVERY CONSIDERATION
YOUR OFFICE CAN EXTEND IN MAKING THEIR CASE AND WILL APPRECIATE
YOUR COOPERATION IN THAT REGARD YOlftS TRULY
RICHARD H NEWHOUSE DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE 24TH SENATORIAL DISTRICT
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308P EST SEP 10 66 AA592
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Mc\YOR IVAN ALLEN
ATLANTA GA
. WE PROTEST INHUMAN TREATMENT OF NEGRO DEMONSTRATORS AND URGE
IMMEDIATE RELEASE OF THOSE IN JAIL
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ST SEP 9 66 AB579 CTB712
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MAYOR IVAN ALLEN
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BLACK PEOPLE CAN NOT AND WILL NOT TOLERATE WHILE RACIST ORDERING
OUR BLACK CHILDREN WOMEN AND MEN TO BE GUNNED DOWN NOR WILL
BLACK PEOPLE TOLERATE WHITE RACIST FRAMING STOKLEY CARMICHIEL
BLACK PEOPLE DEMAt--0 STOKLEY'S IMMEDIATE RELEASE NOTE MALCOLM
X WAS ASSASSI ATED NOW ST0KLEYS JAILED BUT BLACK POWER WILL
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EST SEP 10 66 AA036
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WASHINGTON DC 9 1108P EDT
MAYOR IVAN ALLEN
ATLA
M: PROTEST POLITICAL ARREST OF STOKELEY CARMICHAEL. ANOTHER
EXAMPLE OF BRUTAL OPPRESSION OF AFRO-AMERICANS
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IV AN ALL EN MAYOR
ATLANTA GA
DEAR SIR IT APPEARS TO US THAT A NATIONAL CONSPIRACY IS GOING
aJ TO QUIET VOICES CF THE MILLITENT BLACKS CF AMERICA THEY
ARE E IGHER SHOT. AS MEDGER EVERS OR MALCOLM X OR DEPORTED AS
MARKUS GARVEY OR JAILED AS STOKLEY CARMICHAEL THE EYES CF THE
BLACK WORLD ARE UPON YOU AND PARTICULARLY THE BLACKS CF AMERICA
WE HOLD YOU PERSONALLY RES PONS IBLE FOR ANY PHYSICAL HARM OR
BRUTIALITY THAT WILL FALL TO MR CARMICHAEL WHILE HES IN YOUR
CUSTODY
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MAYOR I ALLEN
CITY HALL ATLA
THANK YOU FOR YOUR RACIST ATTACK UPON THE STLOENT NON-VIOLENT
COORDINATI~~ COMMITTEE, MR STOKELY CARMICHAa At-0 THE BLACK
CITIZENS OF ATLANTA. THANK YOU FOR SHOWING THAT GEORGIA'S CONCEPT
OF EQUAL At-0 FAIR PLAY MEANS THE INDISCRIMINATE USE OF TEARGAS
MACHINE GUNS AND 'BILLY CLUBS IN BLACK COMMUNITIES YOU HAVE
GREATLY STREr..GTHEN THE WORLD WIDE BOND OF BLACK POWER
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MAYOR ALLAN
CITY HALL ATLA
I AM APPALLED AT THE NEWS OF THE ARREST OF STOKLEY CARMICHAEL
FOR INCITING RIOTS IN ATLANTA YOU HAVE RIOTS IN YOUR CITY BECAUSE
OF THE INBALANCE OF POWER BETWEEN NEGROES ANO WHITES BECAUSE
YOU HAVE DIRTED SEGREGATED SLUMS ANO BECAUSE NEGROES ARE NOT
FREE UNTIL EVERY MAN IS FREE THERE IS NOT MAN THAT IS FREE
I DEMAND A RELEASE OF STOKLEY CARMICHAEL
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623A EST SEP 10 66 AA381
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MAYOR
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REGARDING LOUIS CARMICHAEL WHO IS IN JAIL IN ATLANTA AT THIS
TIME I BELIEVE HE IS MENTALLY ILL AND SHOULD BE REFERRED FOR
PSYCHIATRIC . TREATMENT I AM AFRAID IF HE IS ALLOWED TO CONTINUE
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HON IVAN ALLEN JR
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CO~RULATIONS QN YOUR ACTION AGAINST CARMICHAEL. THIS CHARACTER
COULD BE a: TREMENDOUS VALUE TO OUR WAR EFFORT IF HE WERE ALLOWED
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SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1966
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Ten Cents
Snicl{ Asl{s U.S. Court
To Rule State's Laws
Against Riots Illegal
Also Wants Allen
njoined from Actin.g
By BILL SHIPP
·,, Carmichael and Snick late Friday asked the federal
~1are unconstitutional Georgia 's anti-riot and insur,d the city's disorderly conduct ordinance.
behalf of the
'or and his city's disorderly conduct ordithat a nance.
, ointed
It said these statutes are
c;e.
" void and illegal on their face"
a in that they viol ate the " funda' <:- mental
guar antees of fr e e
peech, press, assembly, and the
· <rht to petition the government
~dress of grievances."
<l Moore Jr . of Atlan' counsel for Snick,
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other de'l Sol.
Associated Press Wire photo
SNICK CHAIRMAN ENTERS MUNICIPAL COURT
Stokely Carmichael Was Bound Over to Grand Jury
�Mayor Ivan Alle9 ,Jr .
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Mayor J f At l ant a
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THOUGHTS AFTER A RIOT
So We Are a City of La.w and Order?
By REESE CLEGHORN
ON TUESDAY, trouble came to Summerhill, near the Atlanta Stadium. Police shot a man in an arrest. The
Student Nonviolent Coordinating Commi~tee then s e i z e d
the oppor tunity to whip tempers and frustrations to an explosive point. In the danger-filled
hours that followed, hundreds of Negroes
gathered and many attacked the police with
~tones, sticks and bottles.
Our riot, even so, was limited . The next
day, property damage was seen to be light.
As dangerous as the situation had been, only
a small number of about 3..(l..QQO people who
live in slum conditions close to the stadium
had been involved.







,.No one who had bothered to look into Atlanta slum conditions was surprised much by the event or the location.












Summerhill and the adjacent neighborhood 0£ Mechanicsville
long since had been pinpointed as among our W.Qr,S.t..,slums.
The Community Council of the Atlanta Area told us last
FebruaD' how bad conditions are there. (And how much has
been done since then?) ::,
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no one has insisted that it be done. When we have bond issues
for urban renewal, the amounts proposed and approved are
pittances in comparison with the need.
What happens in the meantime in such an ar ea-Summer hill, Mechanicsville, Vine City or Plunkettown? What happens
is that the city simply does not do ITs job. Why is the housing
code not fully enforced? How c an it be done, some officials ask
in r eply, wn en houses already are too dilapidated to be r ehabilitated, or why should it be done when an area already has
been proposed for urban r enewal and perhaps alr eady has
been zoned for future industrial use? So it goes.













WE ARE HEARING a lot about the lfil!.:... After a riot,
everybody talks about law and order . Those believed fo have
provoked crowds into violent action are hustled off to jail,
charged with inciting to riot , put under bonds totaling thousands
of dollars each.
The prosecution of anyone really guilty of inciting alreadywretched people into eating tear gas and otherwise increasing
their wretchedness, knowing that this kind of demagoguery
puts murder in the air, is absolutely right.
Yet it is interesting to compare what is happenin!! on


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that front with what happens regularly to the w·1ite"MUCH of the housing . .. around the stadium is beyond
r e ~ and the interviewers could find very few c a s ~ collar landlords who fatten themselves on the misery of the
shun dwellers'.'"":
of even minimal m aintenance," the report saM. "As i£ in
How many major slum landlords of th kind who make a
deliberate harmony with housing conditions, the streets commonly have br oken pavement and holes ; many are not paved
habit of defying the law. and refusing to abide by the city
housing code, adding to the bitterness that comes to violenceat all. Si~
lks are brokl)n and unex..en and, with occasional
how m any of them currently are in jai! serving time or awaitexceptions, grass is nonexistent. At night, the absence of street
ing trial under $10,000 bond?
lights makes the area very dar k and dangerous . ...
None. _,.
.."This deterioration has been accentuated through clearance
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EVEN WHEN THE city takes them to court, what does
Why does Summerhill exist, then?
the Housing CourL of Atlanta do? Here is what it can do : It
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can fine
violator $500 and send him to jail for six months,
MOST OF THE area has passed the point of rehabilitaand if there are 20 cases against him it can repeat that
tion. So Summerhill has been designated for a future ur ban
penalty in each. And here is what, by contrast, the Housing
renewal site. Certainly that will not solve all or even the
Court commonly does do: It finPs a mass violator $22 or $27,
main problems of those who live ther e, but done properly
and accompanied by the r ight moves for the people now or $50 and a suspended sentence. It is barg_ain.
Even this is only after tenacious evasion of the law; n&
ther e, it would r elieve many of the conditions.
Why hasn't urban renewal begun? Summerhill is one of one is brought into Housing Court except as a last resort.
In Atlanta, as in -most big cities, we do not seem to be
eight areas proposed for urban • renewal ::::-- eight in which
able to enforce laws against those who ill~all prgfil: from
Atlanta has not moved because it would not raise the money
the miser y of the slums, and who create the conditions that
for the task.
give us violence.
Most of the CQSt of these renewal operations would be paid
But we surely can be effective in enforcing the law
by the federal ...government; but Atlanta has oot been willing
19 spend the money. The city government has not had it ; and against the trouble-m akers. We are a city of law and order.
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NEWBOLD NOYES, Editor
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Rioting In Atlanta
The most surprising thing about the
riot in Atlanta is that it should have
happened there. For Atlanta, by general
agreement, has been a model for southern cities in its race relations.
Mayor Ivan Allen Jr. has walked the
last mile in search of racial peace. He
had almost solid Negro support when
elected. He was one of the few southerners to testify in support of the 1964 civil
rights bill. He has added Negroes t o the
police force. Atlanta's schools and city
facilities are totally integrated. Many
Negroes are employed by business establishments an,d the city has sent eight
Negroes to the state legislature.
All of this counted for nothing,
however, when a suspected Negro car
thief was wounded while trying to
escape from arresting police officers.
When some 500 or more Negroes took to
the streets the mayor climbed on top of
an automobile and tried to reason with
them. He was shouted down. Taunts of
"white devil" and "black power" greeted
him. Finally the mob surged around the
car and the mayor was jarred loose from
his perch and fell to the street.
No, this didn't happen in a Birm-
ingham or a Selma. It happened in
Atlanta. Little wonder that the Rev.
Martin Luther King Sr., who lives in
Atlanta, was heard to ask: "What do
they want? The mayor came down. He
tried to speak to them and they
wouldn't listen. What do they want?"
It was a good question, but hard to
answer. For most of the members of the
mob may .n ot have known themselves
what they wanted-unless it was an
excuse to throw rocks and rant about
police brutality.
The mayor says the riot was deliberately caused by some of Stately Carmichael's SNCC henchmen, and he may be
right. For the mob began shouting "kill
the white cops" after SNCC representatives, according to the police, spread the
false word that the suspected car thief
"had been shot while h andcuffed and
that he was murdered."
Whatever may have been the case i
with the rioters, it seems clear that what
the SNCC people want is trouble, trou-,
ble, trouble. And that ts what they arr
going to get, though not 1n the for(
they want, if this sort of madness kee ,
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If there was ever a race of white
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thought that no other answer. Either there is is still the 'country of the mo courage in this man ·who would
people in the history of man blacks living ~ savages and as law or there is savagery!
individual freedom and thereb !risk political defeat rather than
that should be thankfui°that their canni~ls, were animals, and so now you have set your• the best country 1n which to live 1surrender a shredofprinciple.
selves on a path of violence to then an e~ort on the part o
Mr. Bernard Baruch's father,
lot 1n life was improved by the they took them as slaves.
people of another race it is the Perhaps, that is the best thing take what you have been led that 0 1\8 will be made to pr Dr. Simon Baruch, addressing
American Negro,
that could have happened
to to believe by your power-hungry serve his po~ition 1n the world. the convention of the s. c. MedSome 250 years ago they were them, for otherwise, they, as a leaders belongs to you.
fter all, th.ere ls no other place cal Society, of which he was
savages in the jungles of Africa. race would never have known The first question of course is to go.
• resident, in 1873, quoted an ti
There were other civilizations the benefits of this great coun• how can you say that it belongs .
J. O. Allen -Arabian sage: "What good com- i
that had prospered on lands th_at try,
to you? Did you build it? Could
Orangeburg, S. C. es from All's sword, if it be
were far less fair to the provis- My colored friends, while your you build it? Could you run it?
sheathe~; What ~od from Sadi's
-ion of a livelihood for man than ancestors were savages and no It's just that simple; if you canThe Principles
_tongue, if lt be silent."
If we do not adhere to the printhe luscious and arable lands of doubt doing what was right by not answer yes to all three
Africa. Yet, while civilizl).tion their customs of the day, eating questions then the final question Dear.Sir:
ciple~, of this man, we can welll
was following its tortuous pace each other, the forefathers of is "How would you live • that It 1s most interesting to read say; Here lies a decent people
1n these countries, th.e savages this country were
preparing ls, if you had to depend on your- the statement that William M. .who wanted love, not empire,
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Independence, the Constitution, . eaders are now tea~hlng you, sent to Governor McNair and lost both. "
and the Bill Of Rights.
do you intend to live in sava- ·the press on Friday. Garrett
We might also say that here ~
Does that mean anything to .gery? Shall you have cannibal· _urged the governor to use ev- lies a nation of advertisers who ,
you? Cannot you understand that ism? Maybe that is the way you ery means within your power to ·knew how to change the coothere is a path of history, the Intend to live, for · as long as _allow our Republican opposition _sumers taste in cigarettes, but
history of man's efforts to find the strong last. alter you have to I?lace a nominee on the gen- were themselves manipulated cm
a basis of law whereby one can jestroyed everything as you eral election ballot. Can we, as .all issues that really mattered
live in peace with the other? did in watts and ar~ doing in Democrats, say 'the people' had Ito their salvation.
Cannot you understand that the 'Chicago.
-an opportunity to choose? I feel , Every voter would do well to
documents mentioned above are Rather than face such a dis- every voter should be afforded read and reread this statement,
the nearest to perfection that heartening outlook 1 should treedom of choice at the polls." lt is not the statement of a pohave ever been achieved? Do think that it would 'be wise to be Prior to this statement we litician, but of a man of true l
1you not understand that to de- thankful for the prlviledge that have had no Wade Hampton, principle.
stroy these laws is to destroy you have to live 1n this great Ben Tillman, Cole Elease or
G. A. White
the very source of those things country • the only country 1n the "Cotton Ed" Smith to voice the
Spartanburg, S. C.
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Mayor Allen :
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You have been play ing
"f ootsies •• wi t h t he Negroes possi bly in an
effort to gain nationwide accla im a s thei r
champion in one of the South ' s l argest citie s.
In fact, it appear s that you were on the verge
of becoming a renegade to t he white r ace .
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have l i t tle or no knowledge of t he Negroes ' basic
char acter which has t raits reaching back t o t he
j ungl e t r ibal code . They are pr epared, at a
moment's whim, t o butcher every white man, woman,
and child.
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ridiculous figure running about in the crowd
shouting for the darkies to 11 go home" while a
pack of than were following on your heels advising them to stay put and shout "pol ice brutality11 .
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It is too bad that the Negroes,
after toppling you off the top of the car, didn ' t
initiate you into some of the tribal rites their
ancestors inflict upon helpless captives.
I think that a good many of the white people to
whom you have rendered so many disservices would
hearti~ approve of you being a sacrificial
victim of your beloved blacks. Perhaps you
should surrender yourself to "Black Power " and
let them make of you a martyr. Think of the
massive publicity you would receive - - your name
would go down in history!
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ATLANTA <UPD
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another mob was forming sent
a police emergency squad
r ushing into Atlanta's riot:
tom Negro district yesterday.
Officers broke up a group of
about 100 persons and arrested 10 who refused to disperse.
Some of the Negr oes had
"black power" em b I e m s
pasted on their s hirts, proclaiming: "We're the greatest."
a second
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, of Vietnamese
about 325 miles
Saigon Weduesand were thrown
losing 30 men, a
militar y spokesHe added that
casualties were
The 10 persons taken into
custody were loaded into two
police wagons for the trip to
j ail. Unlike Tuesday, when
Negroes tried to overturn the
police ,•ans, there was no attempt to interfere with the
arrests.
np is near Mo Due
g Ngai province in
After the brief flurry of e.xcitement, the ri ot squad armed with shotguns, tear gas
and submachine g uns-\\·itbdrew to the edge of the Negro
area, known as the Summerhill section, but remained on
sta ndby.
Musterin g point for t11e
city's f orces was the parking
Jot of the new Atlanta baseball stadium, where t he city
set up a r efreshment stand
for officers, m any of wl:\om
h ave had very little sleep
since the rioting erupted
Tuesday.
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ged separate attacks
Jay n ight on two of
th Vietnamese rni liits rimming the capi~- armed helicopters
beat off U1e r aiders.


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miles nor theast of Saiess t han a n hour later,
armen lobbed about 15
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1. There was no word on
1alties in either case.
Hundreds of Negroes were
out on their front porches in
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and without t alking it over
ester. Adams was nominated
with Sen. Robert F . Kennedy,
by the Conservatives in SaraD- .Y.
toga Sp1·ings yesterday.
The Republica n \Yill re" I'm an independent Demonominate Rockefeller in Roc hcrat in this fight," he said.
ester today.
Roosevelt's decision could
Answering criticism that
cut eriously into the vote for
the Democratic ca ndidate, t heir n omination of Roosevelt
City Council President Frank will assure the reelection of
Rockefeller, the Libera 1
D. O'Connor, and boost Gov.
N e I so n A. Rockefeller's Party last night revealed results of a statewide poll
chances for re-election.
wh icb it said showed t h a t
However, some support
normally goln&" to Rockefeller O'Connor would beat Rockemay &"O to Conservative Party feller by 600,000 vote , even
candidate Paul L. Adams, 51, with Roo evelt running.
academic dean of Roberts
The son of the late PresiWesleyan Colle&"e near Roch- . dent said two weeks ago that
the Democratic nomination
was boss-controlled and that
O'Connor had been promised
it a year ago.
Roosevelfs choice by th e
Liberal Party's p olicy committee-it must b e ratified
by a nomination todaymarks t he first time in its 22ear history that the party
has not endorsed the candidate of the Democrntic
Party for governor.
The liberals usually draw
from 250.000 to 350,000 votes
on their line. This can be a
determining factor in a clo e
race.
Today On
.S outh Coast
Manatee Com mission chairm an says new budget is expected to be completed today.
P age 1-B.
State Road Department says
traffic light not needed at U.S.
301-Tallevast Road intersection. Page 1-B.
Sarasota city and count:, officials reach tentative accord
on proposed $3.1 million beach
bond issue. Page 1-B.
�His Honor; The Mayor.
City Hall,
Atlanta,
Georgia.
�NYC, NY-9/6/•66.
Dear Mayor Allan:
Give the Monkeys a banana-and they want
the whole bunch. That's the way Monkeys are,
you know.
Of course, no one wants them to kick your
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bra1ns 0 all over Peachtree Street, but in a
manner of speaking-you did ask for it.
Joe Doakes-Bigot.

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Week of November
28,
1965
GOVERNMENT BY BLACKJACK
How do you do, ladies and gentlemen.
I am your CAPITOL REPORTER, former U.S. Representative,
Donald L. Jackson, prepared here with Broadcast No. 112, GOVERNMENT BY BLACKJACK.
to tax has been ca lled the power to destroy.
The power
It is equally true in this day of heavy federal
taxation a nd lavish gove rnment ha ndouts, that the power to withhold federal funds from a lower
echelon of government i s the power to rend er citi es , counties and states impotent to conduct
their essential work at the l oca l l evels of government.
To make complete the dependance of
local government upon the central federal power, it is essential to break down traditional
governmental groupments by super imposing upon municipal and county governments a form of
s up erior government at the grass ro o ts level of America.
We'll return to the blackj a ck wrap-
ped in a money ba g after a brief message.
"LEAST GOVERNMENT THE BEST GOVERNM ENT" Thos. Jefferson
Historica ll y, and a s a result of prol ong ed deba te in the Cons titutional convention, the
people of America have been charged with s elf-rule.
To i n sure tha t government would n o t
reve rt t o the forms fr om wh ich the f r amers of the c onst i tu t ion had thems e lves e scap ed, on ly
cer t a i n and limited power s were assign ed to the Federal agenc y , with all othe r s s pec i f i ca lly
reserved in Article 10 t o t h e states a nd to th e people.
Thi s reservation of powers was not capricious.
pe r ience.
It evolved as t he product of personal ex-
Eighteenth Cen t ury America and t he men who forge d the Constitution of the United
States carried on their work ever mindful of the conditions and circumstances which had
forced a n exodus from the re l ative security of the Old World to the forbidding and hostile
shores of the New .
Uppermost in the minds of the men who labored to frame a unique, and
in fact, heretical bluepriu t for Government, was the certain knowedge that powerful
central authority and freedom from the individual could not co-exis t .
CONSTANT CHECK
The Government most r e sponsive to the will of the people is that form in which elected
or appointed officials are c l ose enough to those they represent to sense, almost instinctivelY, shifts in public temper a nd op i nion.
The essence of the Republican form
is that those citizens who are selected by other citizens for public service must esta b-
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lish and maintain a rapport with
the c onstituent element if service is t o be .. mean ingfu l .
Anything that tends to isolate public s ervants from those they represent at su bor di na te
by the architects of the Great Society, and the agents and officials who accompa~y the
federal money to the region where it is to be disbursed, will, of course, be empowered
levels of government, paves the way for the accretion of additional and danger ous power s
t o override and to veto any loca l proposal at variance with the approved blueprint.
in higher echelons.
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The greatest protection enjoyed by a free people are public
officials irmnediately available for the redress of gr ievance.
City councilmen, mayors,
with the Secretary of Cormnerce or with any of his agents who will exercise final control
supervisors, selectmen and other municipal officers elected to serve in clear+y defined
over "regional" matters will be considerably more difficult.
areas, and charged with specific duties for which they are personally responsible,
MAKEUP OF SCAG
consti t ute the bes t exampl es of the Republ ican form in practice.
Sins of cormnission
You
get in to talk with your councilman~. but I suggest that getting an a ppointment
or
omission can be pin-po inted where res ponsibility is fixed and where there a re no grey a reas
The propo s ed organization of SCAG (and any of you viewers and listeners may awaken one
day to find SCAG's blood-brother on the doorstep) reminds one of the elements which
of overlapping jurisdiction.
comprise the United Nations - the Security Council and the General Assembly.
REGIONAL PLANNING
Under various gui~es, and using federal funds as a lever to - force compliance, the federal
The
"General Assembly" organization would include delegates from six Southern California
counties, and from each of 142 c ities in those counties wishing to affiliate. Los Angeles
establishment has embarked upon a series of programs designed to "regionalize" large areas
County, as the most populous of the counties involved, would carry a proportionate share
without regard to existing geographic boundaries.
of the non-federal financial load.
Metropolitan Government".
One of the se undert ak ings is called
Stated simply, Metropolitan Government means the superimposition
of a New administrative agency over an entire area or region.
Metropolitan Government may
The "Security Council", so to speak, would be composed
of one delegate from each of six cities in the participating counties; i Supervisor from
each coun t y; and a permanent delegate from Los Angeles, presumably the Mayor of that city.
be restricted to a relatively small area, or it may encompass a number of cormnunities or
If you find this whole thing a little difficult to grasp, ladies and gentlemen , don ' t
municipal corporations.
despair.
The problems peculiar to one area in the Metropolitan complex thus
becomes a general problem of all units.
It follows that official respon s ibility f or the
proper discharge of the duties incumbent upon a municipal officer becomes difficult if not
impossible to fix with scores or perhaps hundreds of local and federal office holders and
appointees, involved. The vital element of personal rapport becomes the first casualty to
planned confusion parading as Metropolitan Government."
You have plenty of company!
VOLUNTARY COOPERATION . . . OR ELSE!
The advocates of such regional undertakings as Metropolitan Government, SCAG, Urban Renewal,
and other federally-initiated and subsidized undertakings, point out the all-too~obvious
complexities confronting local subdivisions of government.
Admittedly, population explosion,
mass migration of people, diminished tax revenues at the municipal and county levels of
LOS ANGELES PLAN
government have rendered infinitely more difficult the administration of the public business.
Under continuing and growing federal pressure, coupled with a threat to reduce or cut off
Add to these difficulties the unconcealed threat of a cut-off of federal funds unless local
federal money for other projects, the Los Angeles City Council is presently grappl i ng with
officials acqui esce in the demands of the federal planners, and what sometimes appears a
a program called SCAG - S.C.A.G. SCAG, or the Southern California Association of Govern-
willingness on the part of harassed office holders to jump on the federal band-wagon becomes
ments, is a typical example of federal intrusion into
intrusion specifically prohibited by the Constitution.
the affairs of the people, an
The program, presented by the
somewhat clearer.
It is not so much that the problems confronting our people are impossible
of solution at the grass roots, however.
Left to their own devices, free to exercise their
planners as a device by which future federal intervention may be avoided, is clearly the
own initiative,
product of Great Society planning in the a rea of urban affairs.
feet following a social, political or economic dislocation or explosion,
If more proof is requir ed
Americans have always demonstrated a unique capacity for landing on their
It is only when
to establish the intensity of Washington in a matter of this kind one need go no further
they are shackled, herded, blackjacked into compliance with orders from on high that their
than the words of Mr. Calvin Hamilton, master planner for the City of Los Angeles.
native judgments become confused and their traditional self - reliance falters.
On
Mrs. John America are, first of all, individualists.
November 10th, Mr. Hamilton said, in part, and I quote:
"The Federal Government has made it clear that they will not grant any money or
federal funds to open space until there is a regional planning program ••••. if the
city is to receive any federal funds, we must join
Mr. and
When something goes wrong, when taxes
soar out of sight, when they think that money is being wasted, they want someone to talk
to. One can corner Mayor Smith or Councilman Brown, but even if one unde rs tands what the
Great Society is, or is supposed to be, it's hard to get it on the telephone.
SCAG."
SCAG POSTPONED TEMPORARILY
A COUNTRY OF REGIONS
Before some of this Reporter's audience in other areas sees or hears this broadcast, the
Mr. Hamilton's phrase "regional planning" emphasizes the inten t of Great Society planners
to compartment the nation into a number of "regions", each of which must, under the provisions of the Public Works and Economic Development Act of 1965, prepare
Washington , D. C. a comprehensive "master plan" for the region.
and submit to
The plan, and again we
stress, without the suggestion of constitutional authority, must be approved in Washington
matter of SCAG will have been decided as far a s Southern California is concerned.
It is
to the credit of the City Council of Los Angeles that they laid the matter aside for a
month in order to allow further study of a very involved proposal. It is to be hoped that
the threat of a cut-off of other federal money will not be permitted to influence a final
and irr evocab le deci s ion in th e matt e r.
Meanwhile we urge that our listeners in Southern
�Ca li fornia communicafe their opinions to their own mayors a nd city co\JQci l men, with a
reminder that th ey a re e l ected to tend shop in their own communities and that if a need
for r egi ona l r e presen t a t ion ever deve l ops, spac e can be prov id ed on e l e ct ion bal l ots to
accomodate the names of ca ndida tes for those positions .
gr i dd ed series of "regions" or " a r eas " .
Thi s gr ea t countr y isn ' t a
Much has been said and written about the main -
stream of American life, what it is , what it comprises, a nd where i t is moving .
Wi t hout
l a bo ring these ques t i on s, l a di es and ge ntl emen, I would s u gges t that it s sourc e is in the
l egi s lative chambers of ci t y and town hall s f r om coas t t o coa s t.
For it i s th er e that our
peop l e s peak with a uthorit y and with a purpos e born of familiarity with their peculia r and
Fede r a l money IS important , but even more i mportant is the citi zen ' s
non - "regi ona l" problems.
right to confront persona l l y his e l ect ed r e pr esentat ives a nd demand an accoun ting of offical
ac t s .
Thi s wi ll be lost to you - a nd to you - and to you - when your address becomes John
Doe, Federal Region #9, Redeve lopment Dis trict #4, Portland Area 8, Zip Code 99999 .
Remember,
ladies a nd gentlemen, the "lea s t gove rnment " i s still "the best government".
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I: N OLTE ~TC • LI TI-IO C O . LO• ANCELltS
�September 9 1 1966
Mayor Allen of Atlanta , Georgia
Honorable Sir :
We saw the Black Power raid on your city, etc .
Enclose somexwtt
data s ent to me so I pass it on to you~ ,
Know the truth and the t
truth shall set us free .
It would be the patriotic thing to
do to c.e lebrate Constitution Day ., the 17th, by a big march of
white and also the colored people with strong band music wi th
a cry of "Back to our Constitution under God , " and we'll b e
set free .
United Nations under the world gangsters have
taken us over , therefore we must get out of the United Nations
and stop this vicious take-over now . United we stand, divided we f
we fall .
God help us a11,
Sincerely
~an.W
A patri
to Congress to repeal the
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McIntyre's attorney, James
. Suspended ed.
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into
"lower
gear."
about
fa
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blems.
Boccardo, claimed Thursday
The two officers who picked
-AP Wircpholo
The governor spent most of
the death was the result of an
up Mar tinez said he was 8!'·
Johnson proposed :
.
- - - - - - - - - - - - ---'-- - - - - - - - - the press conference on welfare,
accident when McIntyre fell
rested after he ran his car
• The suspension from Sept.
briefly answered a few queson Martinez.
off the r oad in a non-injury I, 1966 to J an . . 1, 1968 of the 7
tions about the Rumford Act
accident. Martinez was booked per cent credit on taxes for
and then abruptly ended the '·
Martinez was jailed Aug. 28
after he was arrested by Sunnyas a public drunk.
business spending on new mameeting when reporters sought
vale Officer Tim Martell and
chinery and equipment. The susto question him on other subCalifornia Highway P atrolman
McIntyre was one of six depu- pensio~, he . sai~. sho~ld apply NEW YORK (AP ) - A blast
jects
Max Smith. The Sunnyvale .,._,__
·- -.;·
ties on duty in the main jail in to all mvestmg md~stries on all:against television by comedian
Br~wn said his "learn-and- ___,,.=
San Jose for the graveyard shift 0rders pl~ced dun ng the 16- Jerry Lewis plopped into the
work" program would be fi.
m an, a Colorado native emon Aug. 28. He was assigned to m~n th perrn~.
sea of video Thursday with the
nanced by $34 million from the
ployed by a carpet deaning
. concern in Palo Alto, had a po- 1
the drunk tank.
Suspension of the accelerat- impact of a falling pebble on an
federal government and $26 million from the state. He concedlice record involving mostly
A witness before the Grand ed depreciation on all buildings asphalt pit.
drunk arrests, but fellow em- ,
Jury . said McIntyre "kneed" and
.
ed under questioning that the
__ _ started or trans- Th e general reaction
among
_ _structures
ployes described him as "very
Martmez.
.
(0 th
t
television top folk who admitted
state's share of the retaining
pleasant and easy to work
Boccai:do, however, said Mcer 5 ory Page 33)
having any was, " Ah, you know
might require new taxes.
with."
In tyre did not even remember
.
old J erry always clowning
.
However $5 million that counthe incident.
f~redd fr?m ~ne ownef6 to an- around." '
SAIGON (UPI) - Prime Min- sembly coula° change itself into ties now 'invest in retraining
One employe added, "He was
"He was merely trying to get o ~rd ~n~g . e s;mr 1 -month Hollywood's prince of the ister Nguyen Cao Ky said a national legislature if it so de- programs would be paid by the
very small and nice mannered."
a drunk_ prisoner ~o cooperate peno eg~mg ep . . .
. pratfall lowered the boom on Th.ursday he would accept a silred. He said if he r an for state, Brown said.
McIntyre is married and the
and go mto the tank . . . " the (Commercial and mdustr1al
th d
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attorney said. " It was e~tirely construction was 27 per cent the ca o e medmm at _a news ra
~ ~un as pres1·den t of pres,·dent 1t
would be at the _reHolcomb, frequently called
father of one child. He had
served in the sheriff' s departaccidental..,
higher during the past 12 months eonference_ Wednesday m Bos- South Viet Nam. .
quest_ of the assembly, addmg upon by the governor to anSheriff Charles Prelsnik who than during the previous year o!'· Hte lsa1_d . he was _all through
Ky's bombshell announce- that if asked, he would accept. swer questions about the rement for one year and a
month with "a clean record." BERNABEL MARTINEZ
'll1th d e evision
as dit 't'stands·
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suspended the deputy last ' week J ohnson toId congress, and has' ,lit•
t t
ment caught the American
- - -- - - - - - t r a·imng
Plan, sa1'd the 20,000
11 1't'
He was arrested Thursday
. . . His last arrest because of the incident and the been contributing " unnecessari- ' s.. u ' s canne ' 1 s as e- diplomatic mission here by
employable welfare recipients
mor~ing following a six-hour
district attorney's offic~ refu,sed ly" to an inflation of building Jess.
surprise and was expected to
~ave dependent families total.
.
.
comment because of recent Su- costs.)
The outburst came as a sur- have widespread . repercusmg between 90,000 and 100,00D
session of the grand jury, which
lasted_ until 2:30 a.m. Thursday. ; as / ub~ic 143.215.248.55icer, to wit, a preme Court decisions. They • That the Federal Re. prise to show biz peers in view sions throughout the ,country.
persons.
would shed no light on the inci- serve Board and major com f J
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Th
The Jury heard 14 witnesses, epu Y s er ·
but not McIntyre.
Boccardoi W~O r~cently de- dent.
merical b a n k s "cooperat. 0 n errr s
ympian calm
It came as national police toe state has a tot~! _welfare
McIntyre was arraigned be- fended Cahforn!a. Highway Pa- The list of witnesses before with the President and the Cone '~~ u~:e br~nd-new yacht day uncovered a plot by terror
caseload of about 1 ~111ion pergress" to lower interest rate~ Monterey rca~~m recently at squads to boo~y trap anti-gov- PASADENA (UPI) - A major t~~\~uio:0~f°~~s!a~:11~r-aJ1
fore Superior Court Judge Jo- ~~a~!: a \ hwg11:m B~f~ani the grand jury included:
seph P. Kelly Thursday after- th S 1· w1
ud acqfmRe I od Prelsnik, Medical Examiner- and to " e~se the inequitable
'
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e:nment elect~on posters and earthquake was recorded Thurs- aged ' ct· bled
ns mh0'
noon and th f d
b il H
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burden of tight money "
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kill anyone trymg to tear them
or isa
perso
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will appear ;;r prl~~ a0 1. 3~ p. me Strange in a hotel parking lot, (Concluded on Page 2, Col. 1)
• That Treasury ·se t
I thbmk ~omeh~mg mus~ have down
day about 7,200 miles west or are not employable.
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Sept. 23.
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Henry Fowler survey all federaJ Sullivan, of the Ed Sullivan The_ plot was the latest mc1- nor wes o ere. .
n er
e
ro_W?· o com
agencies authorized to sell secur. Show.
dent m the stepped-up Commu- It showed a magnitude of 6.8 plan. a w_e!fare recipient would
The grand Jury, ID a carefully
ities "to eliminate from the A television s b
t'
. nist campaign to keep people on the Richter scale and would be iden~ified as emplo~able,
drawn indictment which elimi- VOWS RIGHTS AID
nated the possibility of a first 1_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _;;.::::::;.,
market as much of the federaJ r:ew York sugges~e~xf~~t i~e
aw~y from th~ polls in Sunday'_s h_ave . been potentially destruc- !h~n tramed for an . available
degree murder trial involving
demand as possible "
,as still aching fr
ew .s nat10nal election for a consti- tive m a populated area, ac- JO · The gove:nor said us~ of
the death enalt char ed Mc\I
om an expen - tuent assembly.
cording to D.r. Charles Richter computers to fmd out what Jobs
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• • Mayor says
w~£ ~t~:1Jic!n~fo~:
thoughi" murdering Martinez.
The true bill indictment also
S 'd
th
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t~o
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produce great bodily injury"
•. . without lawful necessity unFrom Los Angeles Times, UPI
der color of authority, and at a ATLANTA-Mayor Ivan Allen ble for sale.
is to eliminate
time when the said defendant Jr. said Thursday, although segregation " <.'It(.,?
_ __ _ __ _ __ _ _ members of the Student Nonvi- He reit~rated his charge
olent Coordinating Committee SN C C members, including
~r?voked 1:u.esday_'s riot here, chairman Stokely Carmichael,
llvmg conditions m the Negro
area where the violence oc- (Concluded ~n Page 2, Col. 2)
curred could have been ex- - - - - - - - - - - ploited by other agitators.
With a new Miss America
After returning from a tour of
a,bout to be crowned, Sun- the riot area, the mayor also
day's This Week magazine strongly endors~d the 196~· civil
answers an oft-heard question rights bill. .>/. ' /
>
-what happe d to this Miss
And he indicated he opposes
Americas of yesteryear?
SAN FRAN~IS~O (UPI) Meanwhile, one timely Pa- the amendment which exrade feature introduces you empts all privately owned Sacramento pamtrng contr~ctor
to F. Lee Bailey, master of one-to-four-family units-about Nor!llan Call Thrn:sday adlll!tted
courtroom dramatics and Dr. 60 per cent of the nation's hav!ng stolen umo~ funds but
Sam Sheppard's new defense housing-from the housing denied_ thatfh~ ~o1n0spJredW!o1 mutr'"
der
o f1c1a ow I son o
attorney. In another, Lloyd section.
.
hid union
th theft
Shearer interviews actor Gert
" Th; mtent"of th1·s
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r oi e ppearmg on
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Frobe, whose brief membership in the Nazi party may ar- islati~n. is always warped by the stand for the first time in his
rest his meteoric career.
oppo~1t!on," Allen said. "They murder trial, Call explained the
Both Parade and This Week say 1t 1s _to deny man the right method by which he a~d the
are always part ,of your Sun- to sell his house to :vhomever adf!1lnistrator of a :amter's
day San Jose Mercury-News. he ~ants. Actually, 1t asserts Umon welfare fund used forged
Dial 292-5252, ask for Circu- ~e right of any man to buy a claims to withdraw approxilation and home delivery.
~1ece of proper;r that availa- mately $6,000 from the fund.
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g,
said. year, th e man said .
dren of _a .. security offi~ial,
Foremost in the special Upper-echelon p_eo~le at NBC, bombed CIVIiians and soldiers
message to Congress was the ,\l:JC a_nd CBS _loftily ignored the and shot children in an attack
proposed 16-month suspension steammg comic.
on a hamlet.
of two tax incentives for busi- _In Hollywo~d! ~ median Phil
At least four terrorist blasts
ncss investment in new plant 5,IverS, ,t~levision s Sgt. Bilko, injured a dozen persons
and equipment spendi ng sb;,ugged it off.
Thursday, and mineographed
which now is getting much of
We all have mornings like death threats were distributed
the blame among economists tbat," he said.
through the mails to virtually
for the present inflationary
- - - - - - - - - all candidates warning them
squeeze.
to withdraw before it is too
late.
Although the President did not
ask for higher taxes on cor.
Ky made his announcement at
6
0f~~;i::s!~~ct;o~i
~a~~rz ~=r~!~e hifn:e te b;~::
pocketbook.
.
cated he has changed his mind
Johnson proposed suspension CAPE KENNEDY (UPI)-All about th~ ~eed for dissolving
of the 7 per cent tax credit for was reported ticking along ~he const1tut!ona_l assembl_Y. once
business investment spendin smoothly toward the 7 :25 a.m. it has done its Job o_f wntmg a
effective Sept 1 until Jan.
f'OT blastoff today of Gemini II constitution and holdmg ano~1er
1968 It would apply to all or' 00 a precision mission that election next year for a leg1sla·
ders· taken between those dates· ra nks as America's
best re- f1ve ass~mbl Y·
. .
regardless of delivery, and t~ 1,earsal yet for manned trips to He said the const1tuhonal as•
.
f
tbe llloon
11 .
a rnd ustries without excep ion. ,Astrona~t
Ch 1
(P. t )
He asked a similar rollback conrad an/Richa:~ ~ Gor~oe
of authority for businessmen 0Jd Navy buddies wijJ be 0 ~f
ltC
to accelerate their tax writ. to bring_home a b~tch of space
Small boy's prayer :
off for th rfelong deprecla- r,rsts, including flying nearly
e 1
t\~ice as high as man ever has Give us this day our day
in bed.
(Concluded on Page 27, Col. l) before.
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instruments began recording the
temblor at 2·29 pm
In Rockvill~. Md., the National
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th tThfis comthbmded attacklf means
a rom e ay a we are recipient is ~ound employabl~, ~e
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sight,. Br?~ said . .
Cahfornia s boommg economy
(Concluded on Page 2, Col. 1)
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Governor Promises
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chairman Carmen Warschaw in- Brown and Reagan b t d
f
d' tin th t h
· ht
a ou e umaKes it po.5sible to find jobs 1ca g a, s e_ nug not s~p- cation.
..
for ;welfare recipients where no port Brown s bid for a third But he declined to g 1. t
job~ existed before, said the te:m. He s~id he would answer either subject and endeod ~~
gov.ernor. Despite the boom he this soon m a statement and press conference when
t
. to go into the suoject.
repor ers
'd , "there 1.s a hard core' of als o m~ke a, sta te~ent on Supt. tried
?a1.
ma?equately edu c a t e d, un- of Pubhc In~truction Max Raf- "I think we've had it ,, B
tr_aUled men and women who ferty's p ol 1 cy questions to said.
' rown
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ployment."
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be -financed by the Heller plan
a p.toposal dating from the Ken~
ned'y Administration that would
refund to states a portion of the
taxes -collected from them by
theJederal government.
~rown
Mayor of Atlanta
Adinits Riot Ca11se
f
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do
S.C. County
She1·iff Aide
, utmn-ri~jmn~r-:'>';.;;.;.;
Det. Sgt. Ray Pantiga Sunny:
vale Officer Martell Highway
Patrol~~1 Smith . D~p. Sheriff
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Pick FDR Jr.
Does It
Again
By JEAN SPRAIN WILSON
AP Fashion Edll.or
NEW YORK (AP)-The designer who gained world fame
two years ago by lopping the
tops off women's swim suits
eliminated the suit Thursday.
He replaces it with a handful
of-black plastic pasties strategically arranged, presumably
by means of adhesive backing.
"I t 's perfectly decent "
Rudi Gernreich assured his.
gasping audience. "You will
notice the navel has been covered."
His swimwear fashion show
for Har~on Knitwear began
with this eye opener. The suit
of geometrically s h a p e d
patches in shiny vinyl is packaged in a plastic bag so small
it can be conveniently carried
in a .chang~ purse.
There followed diaper-cut
bikinis that elicited winks
blinks but never a nod, and°
for the incurably old-fashioned
girl, strapless one-plecers.
With these tbe tanned lasses
pasted so-called body warm.
ers-vfnyl dots the size of
pok~r chips, clover shapes or
t w 1 n k l Y stars-onto their
chee_ks and the many bare
portions of their torsoes.
. Th~re . were tops on those
bikinis, d that is what you
want to call those tiny ribbon
strips that covered the cleavage but left plenty of side-arm
exposure.
"Bikinis will be briefer
and briefer, .certainly for sun.
ning," Gernreich told a show.
room crowd that, though they
had already gone about as far
as they could go. Exposed hip
sides that re4uced pants i'o
petitie loincloths was still an.
other method he used for di.
minishing blkinJs farther.
"There has been some re.
sistance to the side exposure
on bra tops," said the desig.
ner.
"It's funny, but you c
slash the cleavage all the v.an
~'o the navel and nobody 08i;'.
Jects. But some people shnpJ
can't accept bare bosom~
~rown conceded that a
"~ e w revenue program"
w!uld be needed by the state
if, the Heller plan failed to
(Continued from Page 1)
coUJ1try is going to be," Hays
glJUl federal approval. Under were directly responsible for said.
qqestioning he said this meant touching off a rock and bottle A round of applause went up
n~w taxes.
attack on AUranta police.
from the 50 members present
l(i discussing the Rumford . At the same time he said the following Hays' brief talk.
fa~r housing act, the governor c~o/ "must a~ e the r~ponsi- Atlanta Mayor Allen! who disaid he expected to appoint a bility of housing, education and rected police in restoring order
coitunission to study the con- employment opportunities for to the Summerhill district
troyersial law within three many of ~ese disadvantaged where Tuesday's riot occurred,
weeks. He indicated he had people, and_m Atlanta we have met with city department heads
be~ ~aving difficulty in finding ;c~p.ted tlus as our resporrsibil· Thursday to determine whether
a ctlairman.
·
any serious services need to be
Asked whether the commis- Some officials here disclosed expanded into the area.
siO(l w~uld include any "Reagan Th_ursday they_ considered, but He said most Negro residents
Ref.ublicans," Brown replied: reJected, the 1d~a of bringing of Atlanta are well housed, "but
' J'm sure there will be some c ~ a r g e ~ of i.nsurrection-a there are still some isolated
onJt but you know they're hard cnme. punishable by death in areas of substandard housing
to fi~d."
Georgia-against Carmichael and dissatisfaction." . ,
The governor said he opposed one of the most militant Negr~
A'u/ .,,,, ,:. 'ii. , .
as a "delusion" the proposal by leaders..
Summ~t ~a1se t e Atlant~
Los Angeles Assessor Phil Wat- . Carmichael and two of ltis tlon of N onfere?Ce: a coabson far a mandatory ceiling on ~1: ~ ; miam Ware and Bobby ers, for ;.%~c~~v~:;~~\~;e;:;
taxes.
.
. alton, have been charg. violence and o k' to h d
"Ceilings on taxes never have ed wi th inciting _to ri_ot, a misde- off further tr:u~Itg"We :~e
worked- they never will work," meanor. ~ hearmg 18 set today involved in the same civil
Brown said.
for Carmichael.
rights cause they are in,"
The governor was asked about J ulian Bond, the Negro rep- Allen said, "although the
a recent statement by former resent ti
trouble the other day had noth1 t th G
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with civil rights."
of his statements against U.S.
egroes began sailing mispollcy In Viet Nam, resigned siles at police Tuesday after
Thursday from SNCC.
SNCC members exhorted them
~o!ld, . iho ~as ,,SNCC com- in a demonstration to protest
murucat~oi:u, director, said he the "murder" of a Negro auto
was qmtting the controversial theft s~s_pect who was shot, but
organization for "personal rea- not. critically wounded, while
sons."
fleemg a white policeman. AUen
from the side view."
Th .,a
termed the shooting "jtLStified
e .w-year-old Bond said he in the line of duty ,,
, f
hopes to become active in the c
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' iitional !;~odation for the Adarmtc~ael ret_urned io the
Accused
GOVERNOR RACE
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NEW YORK (UPI)- The Lih- date, but this year it- is pursuing
eral Party of New York State an independ~nt course.
Thursday night chose Franklin When Roosevelt, a Democrate,
D. Roosevelt Jr. as its guberna- let it be known Wednesday that
he would accept Liberal nomitorial candidate.
In Rochester, meanwhile, the nation, it was considered all but
Republican Party chose Gov. certain that he would be the
Nelson A. Rockefeller as its candidate.
standard-bearer. In November's
election, then Rockefeller in his
Thursday night the Liberal
bid for a thiird term will oppose convention didn't let him
the son of the late President down. He was chosen by a
Franklin D. Roosevelt and vote of 209 to 33.
Frank D. O'Connor, :vho wa_s Roosevelt had been rebuffed
~:ined the Dem?Cratic cand1- bf the Democrats, who chose
his father as theilr gubernatorial
te Wednesday rught.
In still another state con- candidate in what turned out to
ventJon, at Saratoga Springs, be the stepping stone to 12
the C o n s e r v a t i ve Party years in the White House.
Political observers believed
Wednesday nominated college
professor Paul L. Adams as the man who would be most
hurt by Roosevelt's d~cision to
its candidate for governor.
run as a liberal candidate is his
·
Neither of Thursday night's fellow Democrat O'Connor
political choices came as a sur'
·
prise but confirmed that the Thes~ ~bservers believe that
Empire State will have at least the political drawing power of
a four-corner race for the gov- his family name might draw
ernor's mansion.
as many as 600,000 votes the
The Liberal Party usually en- great majority of which would
dorses the Democratic candi- have probably fallen to O'Connor.
Various polls had indicated
that O'Connor would have a
WINDSOR, ( UPI)-The body considerable _lead over Rockeof a '9 • year • old boy was ~eller, but w1~ Roosevelt now
found Thursday inside a refrig- m t_h~ race things may change
erator. The child, Juan J . Medi- dec1s1vely.
na Jr., apparently had crawled Even before he decided to run
in, the doors closed behind him as a Liberal Pairty candidate inand he suffocated. The refrig- dependently from the Demoerator was lying on its back in crats, Roosevelt, the third son
a shop on a prune ranch where of FDR, had not endeared himhis parents live and work.
self to the Democratic leaders.
B oy Suff OCateS
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future betterment of the state ,.
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McIntyre was willing to testi- A1I-used of " melting riots·· in
fy but was not called, according
anta and Cleveland.
to Boccardo.
"Carmichael and hi
~hrtine h d
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z _a c?me to this chist gronp belong behind
nbout f~~ e1.s native Colorado bars and the .quicker we get
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Welfare Roll Slash
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ma es it possi?l~ to fmd Jobs
~or ~ elf~re rec1p1ents wh_ere no
Job~ existed ~efore, said th e
go~ r~?r . De~pite the_ boom, he
?aig, there 15 a haid ~ re of
ma,?equately educated, untrained men and women who
cliqg to the ragged edge of employment. "
Brown said he has hopes that
thi~ program and others could
be ,financed by the Heller plan,
a ptoposal dating from the Kennecfy Administration that would
r efund to states a portion of the
ta,(es e olleoted from them by
th~ federal government.
chairman Cairmen Warschaw in- Brown and Reagan about edudicating that she might not sup- cation.
port Brown's bid for a third · But he declined to go into
term. He said he would answer either subject and ended tpe
this soon in a statement and press conference when reparters
also make a, statement on Supt. tried to go into the su'bject.
of Public Instruction Max Raf- "I think we've had it," Brown
ferty's policy questions ·to said.
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BLASTS CARMICHAEL
I
Mayor of Atlanta
Adlllits Riot Cause
~rown conceded that a
"~ e w revenue program"
weuld be needed by the state
(Continued from Page 1)
u: the Heller plan failed to
were
directly responsible for
gl(in fede~al approval. Under
qlJestioning he said this meant touching off a rock and bottle
attack on Atlranta police.
niw taxes.
At the same time he said the
,
Ih discussing the Rumford city " must assume the responsifa~ housing act, the gov~rnor bility of housing, education and
said ~e ,expected to appoint a employment oppor,tunities for
co1hrmss1on to study the con- ma111Y of these disadvantaged
trov ersial law within three people and in Atlanta we have
weeks. He indicated he had accept~ this as our respon:sibilbe~ having difficulty in finding ity."
a chairman.
S
ff . ls here disclosed
Asked whether the commisome O icia
"dered but
siofi would include any " Reagan Th_urr-r tthey_dconsi f bri~aing
Ref.ublicans," Brown replied : ~eJ~; 'es e 0 : 143.215.248.55rectio~'-a
' l'm sure there will be some .
g . h bl by death m'
cnme . purus
a e Carmichael
onJt, but you know they're hard G
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most militant Negr~
to find ."
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Th~, govei:no~, said he opposed leaders.
.
as a delus10n the prop~sal by Carmichael and two of his
Los Angeles Assessor P~1_l Wat- aides, William ware and Bobby
son :for a mandatory ce1lmg on Vance Walton, have been charged with inciting to riot, a misdetaxes._ .
"Ce1hngs on taxes n~ver hav~ meanor. A hear ing is set today
worked-they never will work, for Carmichael.
Brown said.
The governor was asked about
Julian Bond, the Negro repa recent statement by former resentative-elect the Georgia
Southern California Democratic House re.fused to seat because
of his statements against U.S.
policy in Viet Nam, resigned
Thursday from SNCC..
'--' ,,
tsond, ll.ho was SNCC communications director, said he
was quitting the controversial
organization for "personal reasons."
The 2&-year-old Bond said he
hopes to become active in the
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ational Association for the Advan~ement or Colored People
·oron
Dt. .John .
us r , ( 'AACP), in whi<:11 he already
Det. Sgt. Ray Pantiga, Sunny- holds membership.
vale Officer 11artell, Highw~y In Washington , Rep. Wayne
Patrolm~n Sm1~,. Dep. Sheriff Hays (D-Ohio) took the floor in
Dave, ~i~Iord, Jail nur e Lou the House of Representatives
Lyons, Jrul doctor Paul Jackson and called for a federal crack~~ two trustees and two tech- down 00 Carmichael, whom he
ruc1ans.
. .
. accused of "inciting riots" in
McIntyre- was willing to tesh- Atlanta and Cleveland.
fy but was not called, according
to Boccardo.
"Carmichael and his anar·
Martinez had come to this cbist group belong behind
area from his native Colorado bars and the quicker f t get
about two years ago. He had him tber the better off this


t!tth:


S.C. County
Sl1eriff Aide
Accused
,
country is going to be," Hays
said.
A round of applause went up
from the 50 members present
follo wing Hays' brief talk.
Atlanta Mayor Allen, who directed police in restoring o~er
to the Summer~ill district
where Tuesday's not occurred,
met with city department heads
Thursday to determine whether
any serious services need to be
expanded into the area .
He said most Negro residents
of Atlanta are well housed, " but
there are still some isola~ed
areas of substandard housmg
r
and d"1ssar1sf_ac r10n."
""'A ren lv~~aised ~he..,Atlaota
Summit Conference. a coali•
tlon of Negro civil rkthts leaders, for publicly deploring the
violence and working to head
off further trouble. " We are
involved in the same civil
rights cause they are in,"
Allen said, "although the
trouble the other day had nothing to do with civil rights."
Negroes began sailing missiles at police Tuesday a fter
SNCC members ~xhorted them
in a demonstration to protest
the "murder" of a Negro auto
theft suspect who was shot, but
not criticallv wounded, while
fleeing a whfre policeman. Allen
termed the shooting "justified
in the line of duty."
Carmichael retw·ned to the
Summerhill section Thursday
and made a door-to-door tour
telling residents he. wa n't responsible for the rioting. ·
"The racist mayor and white
r~cist papers said w~ started_ a
not and ran ," Carmichael sa1~.
" We did not start it and we will
not run away."
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Does It
Agai1i
By JEAN SPRAIN WILSON
AP Fashion Edit.or
NEW YORK (AP)-The designer who gained world fame
two years ago by lopping the
tops off women's swim suits
eliminated the suit Thursday.
He r eplaces it with a handful
of ,black plastic pasties strategically arranged, presumably
by means of adhesive backing.
"It's perfectly decent,"
Rudi Gernreich assured his
gasping audience. " You will
notice the navel has been covered."
His swimwear fashion show
for Hari;non Knitwear began
with this eye opener. The suit
of geometrically s h a p e d
patches in shiny vinyl is packaged in a plastic bag so small
it can be conveniently carried
in a .change purse.
There followed diaper-cut
bikinis that elicited winks,
blinks but never a nod, and,
for the incurably old-fashioned
girl, strapless one-piecers.
With these 1be tanned lasses
pasted so-called body warmers-vinyl dots the size of
poker chips, clover shapes or
t w i n k l y stars-onto their
cheeks and the many bare
portions of their torsoes.
There were tops on those
bikinis, if that is what you
want t'O call those tiny ribbon
strips that covered the cleavage but left plenty of side-arm
exposure.
"Bikinis will be briefer
and briefer, .certainly for sunning," Gernreich told a showroom c~wd that, though they
had already gone about as far
as they could go. Exposed hip
sides that r e4uced pants i"O
petitie loincloths was still another method he used for diminishing bikinis farther.
"There has been some resistance to the side exposure
on bra tops," said the designer.
"It's funny, but you can
slash the cleavage all the way
in the navel and nobody objects. But sorne people simply
can't accept bare bosoms
from the side view."
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SACR.A.\IE. TO (UPll- Gov
Edmund G. l_:lrow!1 Thur da}
called on _C~l)forrnans to ob-,
serve . Ad~1s~'.on Day _to~ay b)
recled1catm
themseh es _to th,~
future betterment of the state.
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Ivan Allen, Jr.
Mayor of Atlanta
City Hall
Atlanta, Ga.
�Where was Ivan Allen, Jr. when the black aavages tore up
Leb's Restaurant ? He -was ,not there because it was not
politically expedient to be there. He wouldn't not even
issu~ a warrant against them .
Wh er P was Ivan Allen, Jr. when the black savages rioted
in the streets of Atlanta? He was right there in the
midst of it all, getting himself on TV. Why? Because it
was politically expedient to be there and get seen over
America opposing this mob of black savages.
He is a cheap politician= e'Ulln endorsing the taking
the right of private property from the people.
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- Marcus Cato, Roman statesman.
EDITORIALS
lly Want
What Negr e
. Jn_·an the furor in recent years
grams help out only if he breaks
· ovei -r ights for Negroes, little real away from his fa mily. What the
effort has ever been made to deter' mine exactly what the Negro-in-thehome really wants. " Freedom Now"
hall been the rallying cry, instant
prosperity the indication. But the
precise details have been lacking.

Now a survey conducted for the
Senate subcommittee on executive
reorganization-the one which has
been conducting hear ings on the
"plight of the cities-has made a
· stab at finding out what the average
Negro fam ily really wants. And the
·answers are not very surprising,
. . though Martin Luther King and
.-~tokely Carmichael probably don't
like them.
THE SUBCOMI\1ITTEE'S survey,,
conducted by the John F. Kraft
firm , revealed that the Negro in the
1'ghetto":
X ""'
Isn't particularly interested in
civil rights laws;
Loathes w e 1f a r e programs
because they force families to break
up;
v Isn't worried about "police
brutality" because he lives in a state
of near-anarchy, and actually wants
more police protection;
""' Rejects forced desegregation of
schools, but wants schools that will
t e a ch children basic discipline,
1anners and personal hygiene.
X ""'
X
Senator Abraham Ribicoff, chairan of the subcommittee, said the
urvey as conducted in carefullycontrolled interviews in Watts, Har·
em, Chicago and Baltimore, usil1g
~ ecially-trained Negro interviewers to overcome the "whitey"
barrier.
TIIE SLUM AREA Negro s objec-
tion to welfare programs is that
amily instability is one of the prime
au es of difficulties among the
oorer Negroes. But where an unk11led Negro father finds it difficult
o support his family, welfare pro·
Negroes of the slums want, the surveyors report, is .i,gb training so t b,gt
Sen get of£ r~ef and keElE._ the fam,ity
together .
..
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HARLEM RESID ENTS were par·
ticularly strong in their demand for
stopping crime on the sti·eets. Whole
neighborhoods, the surveyors re·
ported, have been virtuall y aban·
doned to dope addicts r eady to kill,
maim or steal for a "fix." The
Negroes want more police protection, so they can walk, shop, ·work
and live in safety .
The results of this survey speak
well for the Negro fa milies of the
big city slums, for they show that
the aspirations of the average Negro
there are sound and in keeping with
the aspirations of most other Americans. But the survey findings
suggest that the civil rigtits ~ s
and the P,Oliti'c~al fip'e1~ s are chasing
~
the wrong moonbeams.
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�SUBVERTING NEGRO CHURCHES
Cr eat ed doubt, lacl: of confidence , suspicion; setting up
situations that bring about racial bitterness, violence and
conflict; putting forth demands so unrealistic that race
relations are worsened; attacking everybody in disagreement
as reactionaries, fascist$, Ku Klu}rnrs among whites and Uncle
Toms among Negroes, constitute the red's pattern of operation.
Fortunately, the overwhelming majority of Negroes, in whose
n ame the Communists and their ilk presume to speak , have not
fall en for the blandishments of the Reds. They know a red
light when they see one. The same cannot be said of many
Negro intellectuals carryine the ball for Communists. Since
the Communists have always looked upon Negro intellectuals
as 11 shallow, 'P 11 superf i c ial,' 1 '~phrasernongers 9g and 97 i ncornpetents 11
"l ooking for a loaf when they, on a basis of ability , are not
worthy of a crumb ," their p:ro-communist behavior becomes all the
more tragic and ludicrou s .
Only after the o rder came from Hoscow in the 1934- 35 period
t o wi n over the Negro intellectual by deceptive flattery and
adulation did the r ed ' s public attitude toward them change.
The Kremli n concluded that these Hsuperfi cial phoni!es " could
serve the cause of Communism.
A large number of Negro ministers are all f or th e Commun ists. Some are prominent and influ ential; o th ers are "run
of the mi 11. 11 They in common believe th at b eat i ng th e racia l
drum s i s a short cut to prominenee, money and the r ealizat i on
of personal a~bit i on s even if th e Negro masses are left prostrate and bleeding--exp endables in the mad scramble for power .
Abner W. Berry, col umn ist in The Daily Worker, official
organ of the Communist Party, recently praised th ey ministers
as fulfilling their 11historic r ole, " i.e., delivering the Negro
into the hands of the Communi sts. Neither his pen n or his
li ps h ad such praise prior to t he 1934-35 period. Then the
Moscow line was clear.
The resoluti on on the Negro Question stated:
"In the work ariong the Negroes, special attention
should be paid to the role played by the churches
and preachers who are acting on behalf of American
imperialism. The Party mu st conduct a continuous
and carefully worlced out campai gn among the Negro
masses, sharpened primarily against the preachers and
the churchmen, who are the agents of the oppressors
of the Negro race."
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too resentful or discoc:rage-:L over the present invasion.
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violently, just as the ~est of the country is bezinnin~
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QU2:ST :TO:1 ~TA"ZS TO =-ELP T~-iE i'l:zG~O AN J :-ES COi i:ILJNI~"I
City officials are under attack by ~10odlur.1s who
claL1 they a:te interested in the upgradin3 of the Negro.
i?ove:rty ft!nc:s are bein.z wasted to rehabi 1i tate the
Negro coDmuni ty, it is bein;; to 1 c.. Je :=.; ?i dated
bui ldin3s and ~t!i 1 dings vandalize d by Pe3roes are bein2
torn down.
It is felt t:1at this pro,1:..·ar.1 is :missin~ the entire
boat. i·1indoT..vs are smashed OL!t of pt~bli c school in
t:1e Negro co::mmnity just for t h e fl!n of ito In some
of the schools a l l of the win dows are smashe d out on
th e entire side . In other schools h undreds of wi n dows were smashe d out. Last year the school s y stem
spent over $40 ,80C just r er:>lacin3 windows . Thi s
$40,000 c oulG have been usec to buy new boo~rn or to
increase the quality of edv.cati on of schoo ls in the
i'legro corrr:Juni ty.
There nust be a crash e cucational progra,_~ directed
at the adults to ir.1prove the :respect of fani ly, love
and respect for co21IDunity, and respect for school an d




,ubli c property. EanY of the clilapi dated bv.il di n3s






are in bad shay e . This is encouraged by the Civil
Ri2:1ts hoodl:..!:<1s. LanY of the Ne3roes wi 11 go onto
private pToperty, call car:e:..·a,.--:ien and newspape:..'":len,
and have theiT pictures ta~en in the bui ldin3s. They
even bring cM l dren int o the building. This is a ter ...
ri ble. thin3. Trespassin1 on pd vate property to get
pictures ta~:en, and claic!'lin3 they are a tte1:1ptine to
clean t!p the nei3:hbo:rI1ooct, while the very Negroes are
shoutin3 about teadn~ do~m. the dilapidated 'buildings.
iiany :::iysterious fires occ1.,~red in this cityo i··;any
rne,.-::bers of tl1i s sa:-.1 e ~roup petitioned i'- iayor :cowal
to tear down these :Jl!i ldin.:ss 9 and when they lost their
petition in the Suprei.Je Court, the fiTes mysteriously


tarted each and every ni,'.sht~ n any of then. The fire


trt!clc had to patrol the Ne;sro co,mnuni ty to be on hand
when t i.1 e fiTe- started. This resulted in instirance
co1.1pani es cancelling Negro insurance policies for


10::1es and fm:ni t1..1 re. The Ne~roes complained to the


Governor for investigation of inst!rance conpani es
to find the reason bemind cancellation. Evezyone
knows that insurance co::1panies do not insure bad ris~-:s.
Contid Pg. 15
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Poverty Funds Finance Violence-Preachin~ ]acial
Agitator
In 1965 the Office of Sconomic Opportunity eave
Harlem Youth Opportunities Unlimited-Associated Community Teams (HARYOU-ACT) $l~O,OOO to be used by the
Harlem Black Arts Repertory Theater-School. The
head of this theater-school is Le2oi Jones, a Negro
playwright who hates whites and stages dramas for
young actors in uhich v i olence and revenge against
11 whites 19 are the main eleaents.
According to an Associated Press story by ~olli e
Heston December 2, 1965, Jones is quoted as stating,
"I don't see anyth in/j ~-r.con~ wi th hating whit e people.
Harlem must be taken from the beast and 3ain its sovereignty as a black nation."
LeP..oi Jones once wrote , 11The f or ce we want is of
20 ~ill ion spool'.s (Nezroes ) stormini f.nerica with
furious cries an6 unstoppable ueapons. ~-!e uant actua
actual brutality. 0
An editorial in tl1e SHREVEPORT (La) Tli-: ES, of
December 18, 1965, revealed that the Office of Economic Opportunity defended the gift of $40,000 of
u.s. taxpayers 0 funds to the whit e-hating Negro,
LeRoi J ones, by stating: nHe is a le~itimate play ..
wright--whatever you nay think of his views. :·Je knew
a bout it and we granted the aoney, and we have no
apologies.n
A cache of arms ransing froill the slingshot to a
sai:-1ed-off rifle uere discovered by police in the
Black Arts Repertory 'Iheat~, according to an AP
dispatch of Larch 17, 1956.
Pflverty Funds Used to Pay Off Ne.qro i-~b
A column by Fulton Lewis, Jr., on September 27,
1965, revealed:
Livi_ngston L. "-JiD3ate, e.."tecutive director of
N. Y. • s i:IARYOU-ACT, conc~ded last ueek that he
had used Federal fl!llds to hire ~enbers of the
Blac!< i-~usli~s and other blacI, supre::iist groups.
'.-Jhen HA!lYOU..ACT came under :?ederal and city investigation because of e9loose boo~d{eeping" and the mysterious disappearance of several hundred thousand
dollars, Livingston Hingate confided to the National
Urban League on October 15 tI1at he had juggled the
Cont 0 d Pgo 12
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�YOUN'} :-:OOJLUL S AN:J !~.JVOCAT l 3 0~ CI7IL JI S03Z::LWC:i:
·.rillia= Sa.::;1Jbell Jou:::l2ss is a :::,~1ysician 9 aut~10r and
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~~is tele:Jhone net-rorI~ 9 viLet :?ree-:lo!':l -:-!.in3 ! stretc!1es fro::.;
Seattle to ~o~ton a.11.-:: f::oc,1 i:.: i a;ni to Los An:;el es. '::'here
are no~-1 over: 100 t;Let ?ree-::10,.1 1in::;!" stati ons dGlive::cin3


1.ar:i.-:1.i '.:tin~ ~ ta;_, e-:i.·ecorded, anti-Cor:r.::m ni st ::~essa:::;es by


telep~10::1.e 24 h ot.!TS a 2-ay across ti.1.e cot!ntry o
Ji"'. 1ot~~·1ass ,;ras oo:.:-n in i·.a rylai"1d in 19 25 an d has live d
in :?lo,.·i ( e.-since t:1.e a ::; e of five. :-:re receive:1 Ms 3.A. ce.:;l.·ee :ero::: t I1.e 7Jni ve:::si ty of Roche st er (IJew York) in 19l~9
and his i~.:J. froL tl1.e 'Jniversity of Hi ami (Florida) School
of i.ie:Iicine in 1~57. :19 se1.--ved in t:1.e u.s. Navy for eight
yeaxs, five of these as a flight surg eon.
~,Ji-ii le in the navy, he wrote an a:;.·ti cle fo1· Amed cai7.
Opinion :::a g a3ine und er the non de pll!:":1e of 01 Com.1- :iodore :i'f ayday
usu.vu This a1.·ticle e;{posed the leftwing bias of the library aboard th e aircraft carrier, USS Independence.
Jt·. 1Jou:lass has had articles publ i shed by t h e Associ ation of A-1erican Physicians ai.d Surg eons 5 t h e na·c i on 9 s
ti.1i rd lar;s est ~:1e di cal society.
In 196l~ 3enator Jacob Javits, R-N.Y., attacked J.C. ;Jou3lass in an a cldress on t:i:1e floor of the u.s. Senate becat!se
~ou3lass had reveal ed the leftist record o f Senat o r Javits.
Jr. Jouglass has app eared on both the Huntley-3rinkley
and ·:·lalter Cron!.dte TV s~1.ows on whi ch he di scussed hi s ant iCo21unist activities.
In April, 1956, Dr • .Jot13l ass appeared on a National Educational Television (N~T) show and presented h is views concet"Ilin3 ti.1.e :;rolTin3 anti-CO,it:n.mi st r::ove:,.'~ent within this
J a.--:i es H. r~e:d .:1ith, is a l .jssissip? ian ~y birt:1.
,·Th o attendee~ t h e -7ni Vel.·si t y o f i'·.1 ssi ssi :_1pi anc1. s;racl-
0
country.
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u1·ge to find out the nex t event ,-ri 11 f or ce y ou to contim!e
tmti 1 you i.1.ave read it f r o·.r: cove:;: to cover.
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publicity. ~.:.f e uant s to run for ye bli c o ffi ce , so9
'.:he:;.· efore 9 Ile had to :-::e.~:e a scap eg oat sL,ply to
bt•il d a reryutation of a has '.J.e en or 9 yo•.• ::ii )1t say9
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to stacr e a ,·.1 arc h tnro;.,.3:1. Ei ss i ssippi to 3 et I-le.::;roes
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SUBVERTING NEGRO CHURCHES
All the instructions from Moscow at the time ordered
reds to "combat the influence of the church 1' because the
church, "by offering to the Negro worker and peasant for
the miseries they are enduring in this world, compensation in heaven, are befogging the minds of the Negro workers and peasants, making them a helpless prey to capitalism and imperialism. 11
The public denunciation of Negro "sky pilots 11 (A cynical
Commuhi st name for clergy) was likewise stopped on orders
from Moscow. The deeply reltgious Negro masses whom the
Kremlin wanted to use as expendables in the struggle for
power shied away from the 11Party. 11 A frontal attack on
r eligion resulted in isolation from Negroes . Ther efore,
decepti on was to be tri ed. The honeyed phrase r epl aced
har sh words. The smile r eplaced the smirk. The velvet
glove cover ed the mai l ed f ist . Humil ity replaced arr ogance.
The handshake replac ed hostility . Al l that was di s t asteful
and wicked i n th e past was t o be for gotten in the face
of "a n eed for a common f r ont against the white oppressors . ti
The devil was s i ck - - an angel h e would be.
Applicat i on of the new li ne embarked t he Communi s t s
on an era of outst anding success in infi ltrat ing and
penetrating the Negro Church.
i-Jhite mi nisters acting as mi s siona r ies, using the rac e
angl e a s bait, aided in t he culti vati on of Negr o ministers
for work in t h e Red solar sys tem of organizations .
Bri bery through gifts, paid l ectur es, flattery t h~ough
long appl ause at staged r a l lies, favorable mention i n
t he r ed controlled pres s were n ot the only methods employed to corrupt the Negro mi n isters. The us e of sex
and perversion as a means of political blaclanail was an
acc epted red tacti c.
At the same time that a ll thi s was going on at the t op,
t he "comrades" were building cell s below in t he church
"to guarant ee that decisions made at the top would be
brought down to the congr egation. PP
The importanc e attached to this work is clearly shown
in the r eport of the speeches of Earl Browder, t hen
General Secretary of the Communist Party , and Gerhar d
Ei s l er , ali as Edwar ds, Moscow representat ive to the
pl enary s e ssion of the Na ti onal Committ ee of the Communist
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LA STERS OF J 1 CJ:I'l' H T i,C7' I ON
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Cont'd f r os Pg. 9
Young Hoo dlt!ms
before i:-i r. Leri di th was even s h ot. A p i cture wa s t a k en
while the ..,, ini s te:- was p!'ayi n g, an d one whil e t h e gu11.t, 1an
was fi ri n g his tuo s h ots. I s that enough t o r:iatce anyone
bell ev e t !1at t :1i s wh it e n an was out to talce the 11 fe o f
J ames 1-:eri di th , or that t ills whi t e r.1an was actually
t!1 ere t o O;)ta i n ~ublici ty for l ~r . r·leri dith anc1 that little
3an3 t:1a t i s ::.a r ching t:1rou3h Missi ssippi? What ·was t o
b e accor:iplished ty this !!la r ch i\·.x. i':ieridith i s ma ki ng i n
Eis s issip;_,i? Lr. :i.'-~edGith i s n ot a res ident of t he Stat e
of d s s i s sipp! . Th e Ne3roes coul d r egi s t er t o vot e if
thay --:r anted., so why i1ere th ey so concern ed with t h is New
York Negro? :·!hy wa s he so concerne d wi t h t h e Nississi ppians regist edng t o vot e, ,,rhen he lived in t he St ate
of New Yorl.c and 50% o f th e i'leg r oes i n New York State a r e
not even regist ere1 v o ters.
In the Stat e o f Ne,·7 York a r egister e d vot er , wh et her
he b e white or ne 6 ro 9 if h e i s gainf u lly ~np loyed and he
n eeds ti~e off to r eg ist er or cas t hi s v ot e at pr i raaey
o r elect ion day, he can z et two hours off 7nth pay .
Very few Negroes receive the paid two hours off t o vot e ,
b e c ause very few of t h em are regi s tered vot ers.
Cont'd next month.
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Send dona ti ons to : 00 Let Freedo;ii Ring 0~
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SEFTm,mER
1966
DR . ~_IIAHTIF LUTILlH KING r, ITH OTHLR Y~O N
cor-1r.mNISTS ATTENDING . crn ;HUNISTS
--- TRA I NING SCHOOL
�CHURCHES- FUEL
RAC_ToL
SOUTE 'Uk.li~)!l? fO{ ~Lf·I ~ (.) :p ·
CI VI L RI GHTS HOOm~uN.S.- - - -
UPROAR
Citizens o.f I,t ississippi have been \7arned to expect
a bloody assault upon their state this summer by the
National · Council of Churches, the ~rnrld Council of
Churches, the National Association for the Advancement
of Colored People, the Student Non-Violent Co-ordinating Committee and other integrationist, race agitating
groups.
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The National Council of Churches has announced it
will send a "task force 11 of men and money into the
Mississippi Delta to wa ge war on w·hat it describes a s
11 pe.rs i st en.t 11
p ov e r t y and racial L ....justice. The Delta
pro Sect will cal l . for a tentative a_nnual budget of
$250,000 with the National Council paying for 60 percent of the cost and the World Council picking up the
tab for t he remaining 40 percent. Officials of the
Na tiona l Counc i l of Ch urc hes are entering into this
pro j ect with t he fr ank a c knowledgment that they expect to b ecome involved -on the Negroes 1 side-in clashes
between whi t e and Negro r e sidents of Mississippi.
Complementing this rac i a l a gitation will be wh a t
The Harva r d Crimson - Ha rva rd University's daily
newspaper-ha s de scrib ed as a n invasion by militant young
Negroes of _the NAACP_and SNCC . In its is s ue of Ma rch
11, The Crimson a ttributes to Claud e v,1e aver, SNCC
~ork er and Harva r d student r ecently rel ea sed from jail
1.n Jackson , a statement tha t 11 Ne gr oe s mi ght st a rt
killing the White pe op l e i n Mis s i s sippi p r e t ty soon. 11
11 Yes, 11
Weaver is quoted a s saying , "if we wa nted
to get a sma l l Ma u Mau go i ng, it wouldn 1 t b e d i ff ie .l. t. . • ugh~ be . a nice s ummer project .
In an ed i t or i a l of Marc ~ 12, The Crims on
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The 1964 plan . . . ca ll s for a n invas i on of over
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's_1.a ke Mississ i pp i out of t he Mi dd l e Ages. 111
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w~y the National Council of Churc h ~s i s l o~b?ing a l ongs~de the NAACP for passage of t he i nfamou s civi l
rights bill in the s enate.
_N? ~onger ?ontent t o sponsor s u c h mi l d iinterracia l
activities as its annual observ a n ce of 11 Ra c e Re l a t i ons
Sunday, 11
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Th e civi l r ight s r evo J.u t:L:.m n ould be i _r,; :r., ,./?e.....
by \-.hi ·c e a nd Negr oes in t he r:orth as n0l.l c.:.:
S outh if certaiTI so ca ll ed c i vil ~i ghts ls aC~ r c
d i dn 1 t c ommi t cer t a i n c rimes t hen c l ai, th0~ ~-Kl a ns or other i_ih i ·i:; e peop l e com.'1i tt ed t 1:i.2;_; .
Bombings , bur n i ng s , assa ult s a nd rrny · :rs j_L
the S outh is evi dent nere comrn i t·ced b;y ne:nb e r s
of civil ri ghts gangs, for the so l e purpose of
giving r acial ag i t a tor s a cause i ncrease moneyrais i n g a nd to secure add it i ona l fol l on2 r s .
Ci v il r i Ghters c ommi t crimes to p l ace feGr i n
the Negro co ·nmuni ty to k ee p then--t fri ghte n so
the y won 1 t speak the truth about these pro Co ~mun i s t s i nd i v i du a l s and orga n i zat i ons .
He r e in Bu ffa lo a ft e r I had de livered a vicious
attack upon the civ il ri ghts or go ni zations in
a speech I del i ve r e d be f ore the Bu ff lo Boa rd
of Ed u cation b e for e I vvas ab l e to take my
sea t a n off ici a l of the NA AC P ran up to me
a nd sa i d 11 We will bl m7 your h ome up, unLss s
you s top a t tac king u s a nd join wi th t hem . 11
The second t i me NA ACP of f i c i a l threa t en to blo-v;1
my h ome up was a ft er I had appeared on radio
a nd d e nounc ed ·a pla n marc h on c i ty ha ll n i th
a ca ll f or 10 , 000 Negro es and Wh it e peo p l e
by t he NAACP , I t old the r adio aud i ence tha t
this p l a n march was p l a n and d i rect c: d and
f inanced b y t h e Commun i sts Party . The march
was a fl op . The ma r ch s t a r ted of f ~ i th l e ss
tha n 68 peop l e t he i r r anks s u el l ed to about
128 by the t ime they r eached Ci t y Hal l,
I was t ol d po i nt b l an tha t my hous e woll ]_d be
b l own up un l ess I stoped s aying things a bout
t h e N.AACP . The NJ1 J1 CP and the Communist s
Par t y , plus ove r 50 Negr o and 11 hi te cler gy
and over 34 other organi zat ions ca lled fo r
a schoo l boycott of the newl y c onstructed
\ ! ood l wan Juni or High School, v1her . abo ut
l, 30Q Negr o .a nd \! h i te stud~nts attend . I
f;tt i i~t) shai:; J;: was faceq. vnth . I printed
c i rcula t e~Ot~iece~h~ of li terature and had it
on t e 1 e vis
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parent s no ha rm ~ ou ~d ~~!~o~ot~ a ~s ure_the
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AFR ICAN
STUDENT AND \,1 IFE D:GPORTED
C- ues tiona bl e \.ih i te organiza tion i s a ttempting to c onvey
the ~ p re ss i on i t is a Negro orga ni za tion it s name is
HO.lb \ Hou s i n g Ma de Equ a l). It is e vid ent their ma i n
p ur pose is t o secure public i ty b y u s ing Negroes a nd
c erta i n prob~e~s. Wr & ~rs Renzo C . A . D. Ny l ander of
710 Harrison Ave nue , Kenm ore , New York, they c a me
int o this country f rom ·,e s t .A fri ca , both as s t ude nts
anu its 78 s obvious that they wer e being used as te s ters
of the organi z a t i on HOi ii:~ to d e termine if a re a 1 tor
di :<a ·: _;_,_ .:.at:-.::.. Inc Ny l ande r c l aim they wa nted to rent
.. 150 . a month apartment ,
Ame r ican stud ent i n Afr ica t esting t he ir l aw would
be ordered out of t h e count ry.
There fo re I fil ed
c harges with Dis tri ct Directo r of U.S . Immi g r at ion
Na t ura l i zat i on .S ervi:.;e demanding both be deported .
The ir ca s e i s n ow under investigat ion.
OFEN LETThB TO:
THE CLARION - LEDGER NE\iJS PAPER
J ACKSON, J.USS I S S I PPI
Dea r S ir:
I t hao..k the Editor and your sta f f of The Cl a rion
Ts ~-r Ns ws paper for publ ishing the ni g ht letter I
s e11t by VJeste rn Uni on June 2 3rd , wh ich apn ea r ed in
,Tune 25th paper . I have rece ive d many f avorab le let ters
from peop l e from ma ny states .
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l r..: t 'c c.r 2 p,) 2a.red i n many newspape r in v a rious
1.., .1. u .1. c;s a nd -co w.n in I1
h ssissippi and other S tates. It
18S
~e8d by I'r . Car l Mc Intyre over hi s 600 r ad io
stati ons that he br oadcast over . Again I Thank a ll
of you wond erful pe ople .
Au gu s t 1st, 1966 it was
Sincerely yours ,
inser ted in U. S. Congress i onal
Record .
Dona ld L.
Jackson
BUFV11 LO PLEA SE TU E TO LIFE LINE
YOUR RA DI O DI AL AT 9:45 .A . M.
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RAD I O S TATION
We have realized for some· time that Dr. MartJ.n
Luther King is not preacher sent by our Lord
and Saviour, Jesus Christ. The Bible warns us
of fal se preachers for the Bible says
(Matt. 24:11) ".And many false prophets shall
_,, arise and , sha 11 deceive many." Cfilistians
should search the Scriptures of the Holy _
Bible to ascertain if those individuals calling himself a preacher has been sent by the
Lord or sent by the devil. We will show you
from the Scriptures that Dr. King i s a fraud
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a phonie
and he is a servant of and for the '
devil. King is a minister for the devil and
Chri st ians please do not be mislead. You
should apply the Sc riptures to every profess ed teacher or minister of God. Isaiah
8: 20 11 To the l aw and to the te st i mony : If
the y speak not according to This Dord it
is bec a use there is no li ght in them."
l-TL.1 0thy Chapter 3 -(1) "This is a true saying , If a man desire the offi ce o f a Bishop, he desireth a g ood v ork. (2 ) A bishop
then must be blameless, the husband of
one wife , vigil a nt , sober, of good beha viour, g iven to ho sp it a lit y , apt to tea ch·
(3) No t g iven. to wi ne , n o st riker , no t
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g r e_dy of filthy lucre; but pat i ent , n ot
a b ra wl er , not c ove tou s ; (4) One that r ul e th we ll his own house, h a ving his children in sub j ect i on wit h a ll g ravity ; ( 5)
(For if a man know not how to ru l e his
own ho u se , how shall he t · ke ca r e of the
Church of God? (6) Not a novice, l est
bei ng lifted up ith pride h e fa ll into
the cond mnatio n of the dev il. (7) Moreover h e must have a g oo d r epor t of th e~
them wh ich a re without; l est he f a ll i n to
repro ach and the snar e of the devil .
Cont 'd on pa ge 6
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�Cont'd fro!D. pa ge 5 DR . Kil';G IS 1; 1:·1-u1UD
( 8) Li k e,·· ise T1J.u;=: t the deacons be gr ave, not double t on,!:u ed , not p;i ve n to much nin e, not g r e edy of filthy
lucre .
_:att. 7:15 Beua re of fal ee prophets, ~hich come to
yo u in she ep ' s clothinn; but i :nPardly t h e y are raven. inrs \·.:ol ves .
. e 11 ve :i ound fr o
t',e r: cri·pture s o li s te c-; th·!t
c ::'ti J ut l1e r J i n ':: is not , i 11ist er of God . ':i:he
Ct·; C r- L:-1-:. s tha he te8C ' es al1d profess e s 1"'on- vi ole "- ce,
civil d i sob d i c nce is :..1ot the ct octrine of the I-loly
ib l e . ,3t . ·attei,; ' s 8 verses l t_- 20
o ye t herefor e
~-d t ach a l l na tions, batizing them. in t he name of
the Fa t he r , and of the Son , and of the Holy Ghost :
te ~c · ing the m to obse r ve al l things , ha t soever I
have co~ma nded yo u: and , lo , I am r ith y ou always,
-2 ven unto t he end of the \.: orld . A 1en
~r. hing uses il l et e ra te adu l ts a nd childr en
~hic h have f requent l y been seen de monstrating
a:i.ter o.ue of their hate r-,l li es conCu cte\. in
God ' s Ho ly ~e~ple af ter they have b een con fro nted
be the local la~ or troops.
ith all th e hate in
ti1eir hearts that one can possess t ey kneel down
in t 11 e street in public places to pray . The Bible
2peai s ve ry sternl y regar in~ t his , Matt 6 : 5 - And
·: hen t' ou pra 'e st , tJ-,.ou s1--ia l t no t be a s the hypro crites Pre : fort ' ev love to pray stand~ng in the
syno~o~ues ani in the cor~ers of t ~- e streets , tha t
they rnay be seen of ~en . Veri l y I say unto y u,
They have their re~ard.
1:artin Luther Lin~' as ~iven the Peace Pr i ze fo r
b e ing such a helper in t~2 Commun ist cionsn ira c y .
Thi s madman hidin~ behinu the cloak of re spectab il i ty c l aiming to -·b c a man sent by the Lo rd but we
r:; nd he is a man s ,· nt be t e c,evi l to create hate .
He roa~s the country like a sa ble typho i d mary
infectin ~ the ,e nt n lly disturb ed , illerates and
chi l dren ~ ith pervers ions of Christia n doctrine.
,
~ea~ing yo ur da ily _newspap~r you w~ll find tha t
ne is ~urrying from city to c ity holdin~ hate
mcetinGs under the g ui se they are for ci \ il r i ght s ,
or g-:inizing de'1onstra tions so it rJ.i ll be easy for
hin to r-;et donat ions fro m innocent, people who
donate their hard- earned cash thi nking i ts
Cont . on page 11
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J ,TiTTE? TO THE EDITOR
Dear Si -r :
I am a ~ h i t e man , hav i n ~ lived my 52 y e ~rs
i n Ala b ama, and I am gri eved a t t ~e hat e
t hat hae come between t he ~: h i t e and I,1 egro
peop l e . I was a fa r ~ boy i n ~y y outh,
workin 2 sid e by s i d e ~i th fi ne Ne~ro
fri ends . V! e ca rne t hr our,'r]_ the d r cpr t·. s ~ i-:ir::.
of the t h i rties to ~e t ~e r, s ha ring wha t
we had , poor as he ll could ~ake us, never
enough t o eat, wear i ng cl othes t h a t we re
worn out 2 yea rs be fo r e , but wi th never
any il l-wi ll towa r d one another .
~hen t i mes go t be t ter , we kept the r espect
we had ea r ne d fro m ea c ~ othe r, and relati oDE
we re pe a ceful .
Negro 3nd 'h i te vrnrkers r ece i ve the s ~:·--:e
week l y wage a nd some C8 ses the Negr o i s
now r ece iving the l arger , a~e . Negr o and
Whit e ~ orkers at the Bag ett Tr ans . Co .
ea r n ..,1 27 . weekly .
The old er ITegroes of t ·1e corn unity is
concerned abo ,, t t he state of affa i rs
as they no~ exi s t. He is willin~ to
work a na eern h i s way, but the younge r
crowd has f a ll en for the free hand out .
Ni ne t y p e r c e nt is enroll ed i n some sort
of we lfa r e plan.
It l ooks l i ke t hE n ext crop of Booke r T .
Washing tone and Ge or~e Was hin-::: to,, Carvers
i s go in~ to be mi ght y t h i n
Ne groes and '· h i te r.eo r: l e bg ve always
select ed the ir fr i ends and ass ociates and
ha ve g ott en a lonr just f i ne .
Ra c e re l a t i ons wil l worsen as l ong as
pro - Com·i uni sts agi tetors a r e on l oose
lik~ ~r. Marti n ~u~he r Ki ng a nd che ap
pol1t1c a ns exp l oitin~ the r a ci a l proh lems
for po li tic a l ~a ins .
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Robert Tho--ripson
Ta l l ass ee , t 1abama

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65% of the publ i zed me ~bers
the Com ·1.uni stp party are Jewish
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Ghi c ~g o Tri bune Sunda y , Oc ~ 0ber 17, 1 965
GODLESS COi\fiHUl'. I Sl 1
Berke l e y Pamphlets Describe Details on How to
Dodge Dr a ft
Pr ospe ct s Urged to 1-\ ct S t r ang e a n a S ick
b y Seymour Korman
Berke l e y, Ca l. , Oc t. 16 -- A 1i ~eogra p hed ~heet_ is
be ::_ng c ircu l 3 ted a 1 o ng stud e n ts a t the Un i v er sity
of Cal i f orn i a at Berke ley te lling; t h e m h ow to d odge
milita ry service, it was l e arned today.
The t r a cts, t itl e d "Br i e f Not e s on the \Jays
and Means of 'Bea t i ng ' 8 nd .uefending t h e Draft , 11
wer e heing d i stributed b y l e fti s t g roups in
conne ction with t he demonst r a tions aga inst Amer ic a n
p o licy in Vi e t Nam. Th e s h ee ts a l s o were found
on a d esk, for e nybody t o p ick up, n e a r Sproul
hall, the ad ~ ini s t ra tion build ing .
The text
Te xt of Pamph l et
of the p a~ph l e ts f ollows :
1. Be a C . O. ( Goncienc i ous Objector ) . Write
your local d raft b o ard reouesting the spe? i a l
conciencious objector f orm SSS -150. Now if y ou
don ' t have reli~ious or phi losoph ical reasons
that c ause .vou to be ag;a inst war 11 in any fo r m11
vc;1 ' - let it bothe r vou. Mark 11 yes 11 on that
question anywa y, or markout the 11 in ~ny f o rm"
i f you , ,ant to be more hones t ab out it.
It is f ? irly certain that .vour lo c a l boa r d
will turn , :::rn down. However , you can the n appe a l
their decision , b e i nv est i ~a te d , appeal again
and s o on. The v;ho l e process take s abou t a y e ar
and by that ti~te r,e will have st opped the war in
Vi et Nam. F or furt he r inform2 t i on on the C . ~ .
process wri t e : Central gommi ttPv i f8~l~B££ i e nc i ous
Qbjec tors , 2006 VJa .Ln u t ,__, -c ., _,_ i a
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r;ode 1 9 1 03 , or : ,1ar :1e sistors Le ar:;ue, 5 Beakma n
S t r ee t, New York 38 , New York . Have fun.
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Get 4-F 11
2 . Have a II de r, onstra t.:_ -n" during your preiniuction phys i c a l. This is a way f or politic a l
object ors to r,et a 4 - F and c a u se the milita r y
a lot o f t roub l e . t, rr i ve a t t he exa ·11.i n irnr
center wearing; si r;n~, : HD ri, .
D~ ·, -.T NOi.-, , or
GL·~ OUT OF VIET N1-1 , or th_e like . l_,j ea r buttons.
Leaflet your fellow Prospective inducte es
~ont'd on pa ·e 12.
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Communi st Party gathered i n Ne w York
a nd held i ts 18 t h Convent i on fir st
s i nce 1 95 9 .
The Commu n i s-cs Pa r ty
has not been ab le to fo o l t he people
to overthr ow , or e ven cha n ge , our
govern ment .
The Communi st s Pa r ty h as taken ove r
the c i v i l ri ght s movement and is
encou rg ing c i v il d i sobidence and rac e
ri o t s .
The Com ijuni s t s insp i red r aci al
t e n sion wi th Communist s o ri ented
c l e r gy and civil rights agitators t h at
the-Communists call leade r s to encour ge
them on were respons i b l e f or the rio t s
in Wa t t s , Harlem , Rochest er, Chica go ,
Cl e v e land and other cities . The civ il
r i ght s movement has rocked our towns ,
c it i e s wi th hood l ums ana rchy atte mpt i ng
to start a c i vil war
The Communists aim is to weak en
law enforcement whereas it will be
eas i er for the Communists to operate.
The Communists f avorite s lo gan has been
"Po lice - Brutality". Shouting
pol i ce - brutali ty througho ut the
Negr o community has proven to be good
subject matter to irresponsible Negroe s.
These u n - educated Negroe s f a ll for this
Communists l i ne and before you kno w it
they are clai~ igg police brutality when
none has occured .
The Communists Party , USA receives
its orders direct from Mo scow
The Communists incited the r egroes
to riot for three days in Phila.,
August 1964. More than 300 persons
were inj ured; more than 200 stores
dama ~ed or lo oted . Cecil B . Moore,
director of Phi la., N1-1hCJ , predicted
more tr ouble to come . Floyd B .
McKissic k, Nego r , nationa l director
of Co ngre ss of Racial (CORE ) which is
a pro - Co~ , unists organization stated
"The Negro has got to have a bigger
slice of the economic pie in this
country." Be does not say the Negro
should work for a ¥-bigger slice" .
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Cont'd fro1 pa ge 3 South ~ l ame d for Crime s of Civi l
r;hts · Hoodlums
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since many parents had b een t eleph oned tha t thei r
childre n ~ ould be h a r med i f they - sent them to schoo l .
Thei."2 ,ere 5 0 to 1 00 rihite prostitutes th::-i tcc--:io into
t 1.1 ~ area ~ oin·; ~ro,·11_ ~.ous e t o h ouse t e l lines pa -r.ent s
1:1-oc to se1:1c1 the ir child r e n to school.
The only vo i ce
i n our_nei 5 hbo rh? od tha t_ra n ~ out a ga ins t t he pr oCo1 ·uni ts TTas mine comrn ing fr om 494 Ma sten ~ve .
~he d~y of the c a ll e d boyc ott on y 5 s tude nt s take n
p~r~
n ~h e boycott . . I s pent cons i d e~abl e mone y
and r e ceive u onl y f i ve d o lla r s in contributions
all othe r exn enses i·.rer ~ pa id out of our f ~mily b udP:;e t .
~ho rt~y there after bricks were thrown threw my
i:nndmJ frequ ent ly . Later the Ni\1~CP and CORE was
par t of a fr ame up p l ot against me.
S ome crimes have been c ommi tte d by Kl ansmen
hoDe ve r many u nso l ved crimes char ~ed to the
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Kl ans were never committed by the ·· KKK .
Those civil ri g hts sel f appo inted l eade rs
that have made s u ch charge s knowlying l y they we r e
f~lse a re so lo~ they ca n wa l k unde r a rattlesnake
ni thout bending the ir head .
EHD
- -(; ont ' d from pa g e 2 Churches Fuel
The National Counci l of Churches
an integrationist movement which
end i n vi0lence.
If your church is a membe r of
Racial Uproa r
non e sp ouses aiiit expec t s to
the NCC , part
of every church don a tion you make wi ll be us ed to fin
to finance this r a cia l strife.
Is th i s wh a t you
want?
~he Dai ly Okl ahoma n
fa turday April 4, 1964 .

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Conserv at ive gro up here in Buf fa l o i s for ming
~na ld ~5egan Booste~ Club for Pre s i dent a nd r i ll
g a ll 1 JUt to ge t him the n ominati on if he win
Govern o JT of Ca liforni a .
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help ing t he Negroe s.
Dr . King claims p olice bruta lit y i n most cas ~ s
he is a wa re of the !~ ct he wa s l y i ng whe n he~sai~ it


1art i n Luther 1- ing has c re ated so rnuc h ur?uble,


teiling l i es on south ern cornmunitie~ Dhic h ,otivatea
J. __,dge r Hoover ~o i~s ue the fo llo~ in~ s tat~nen~ ;
King i s the mos t no uor ious lier i n t.:c
11 Mart in Luthe r
n at ion. " Ki n g g oes from city to city claiming h8
is spealdng i n be h alf of t he i-e groes in -~he commun- ·_·
it y .- This i s a f raud in i ts lon e~t k i nd . I n _thi~
Republi c we e l ~ct ou~ r eprese nt at i ves . Dr ~ King is
attempting to snee k in the back d ?or to g a i n le ader ship. Dr . King act ing se i zih~ Hrivate propert y and
contribut i ng to civi l dis obedie nc e encou r ag i n g minor
children ·to d i srespe c t la w and orde r unde rmi n i ng law
enforce me nt in every cora~uni t y whe re h e g oes and h is
a i de s are some of the rno st que s t iona b le peopl e such
as Hunter Pi tts O' Dell an Ameri can 0ommuni st Par ty
membe r . Bcyard ~ustin a sex p reve rt and als o a
l eader of the march on \ias h i ngt on , auto ,o.obile t h i eve
cl~r g y t~at have plead ~d ~~i~ty f~r b o~tlegging
whiskey in the U. S . Distric t court . 0o ~ e other
mi n i st e rs have p le ad ed ~ui lty f or ~oles t ing 13 year
o l d g i rls whi l e others h a ve b een i ndi ct e d for
stealing civil rights money.
I could _~ o on and on
but because of t h e lack of spac e we will conclud e
by saying t ha t .ur . r in~ i s a fraud arid phoni e a n d
ant i - Christ i an . The Negro communit~ have never
qUthori ze d him to speaK i n tfie i r De h aI1 .
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Dona l d L . J ack.eon Fou nd a ~ i on or gani z ation has
been orga ni zed . Some off i ~ e rs have be e n elected.
Twent y f i ve members co~posin~ t h~ Boar~ s of
Dire ctor s a r e yet to b e app oi~tea . . Di~e cto rs
a re a pp o inted living ~nwher s in the _nation
fro ~ thos e t ha t con tr ibute sube t antia~ly ~o the
tion Te n day ag o we filed apn lic ~t i o n
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wit h the u. S . Intern a 1 i-: venue .:iervice or .
i c at e , which we are entitled
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to und er exi sting l aws .
~h i s ~s BJ?- e u~o iona ,
Chartible, and Scentific or~~ni z ati on~ Part _of
our pro~r a~ wi l l be to have speake ~s i n c lud i n~
mv celf to enter areas wher e c o~~unists
a~ itation is t aken p l ec~ t o e~ uc nte _! h e ~aeses
of the Com:rrnni sts c ons p ira c '-' . It Vi l J 1 a ls o
awa rd sc h ol or e~ips .
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D.:._.SCia.GES " 0 •. J TO DODGE DRAFT
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Co nt'd fro ~ p a ~e 12 How to Dod~e Draft
o r robbery or -nurder are n i ce bets .
Chew Your Finge r na il
Play psyc h o. If you ' ve ever been t o a
11 he ad
s h rinker 11 - even once - b y a 11 11e ane ma r k
s o on forms . A note fro -.1 the "'1 and a li ttJ.e b it
of actin~ n ith t hi s wi l l go a long way . Che w
your fi ngern0ils. Talk about the Vi et Con~
be in~ out to get you. Te l l the m you 're - a
sec ret c ent for God Johnson . Or be sincere
a n d t e ll t h e doctor ho\l ":luch yo u en j oy 11a l k ing on the Go l de~ u ete bri dge (in San Franc isco,
a fr eq u e nt loc s tion for suicides) . Us e your
imagination, h ave a ball, and you 'l l blow
t h e i r l ines 1:.- i -i:; hout havi n ~ your' s blorm up .
9 . Arrive d r unk . Being l a te her e reP.l l y
he l ps. 1he v may send you a way to c o ~e back
an.other day - hen it 1· ill l ook good to have
i t on y ~ur record . If you do this enou~ht
t i ·1 es , they wi ll prob b l y ru you b 2ck -' to
the hea d s 1-:i rinker to fincl out ·rhy . Then
p l ay i t c ool (the booze will he lp) and you've
g ot i t ma d e .
10. Arriv3 high, They' l l s~ell it and you
wont have to ad 1 it it. If yo u wa nt to ~ o
ab out t he adc"! ictiou scene i11 a r eal l y bi n:
way,· use a com 1 on pin on your ar~ fo r a
few weeks in adva nce.
Ee Undersirable
11. Be an und ersirable . Go for a courle of
weeks wit~out a s hower . Re all v l o k dirty .
St ink, Long; h ~ir helps . Go i n ba r e foot wi t h
wit h your s ~ndals ti e ~ arounC your n eck .
Give a wino a bottle f or his clothes and
wea r t he ~ . Fo r ex tra kicks , talk far - out .
On e do ctor is probabl v a ll you ' l l h:1ve to
see , andhe wi l ) be only too h appy to get
v ou out of the p l ace .
1 2. Be a fo ul - up. Don't do anything ri ght .
For~ et ins t ructions , don 't follow order ~
a nd gene r ally do just about eve ryt hin ~
wr on~ . Apolog i ze profus e ly for your
mi s t ake s and t h e y ' ll p r obably tell you how
s orry they a re for havi11n:: to g i ve you a
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Te ll them n hat army life and the war in Viet Nam
are really a bout. Be deter~ined . The officers
Di l l be only too g la d t o g e t rid of you.
3. Refuse to sign the l oyalty oath and don't
mark the .1.ced li s t . I f y ou do, t h ey ~:!ill arrest
you . They'l l i nvest i gate you and i f you h ave
been fairly act i ve in any of the 11 subversive
c ampus ~ovements, they won ' t want you .
P l ay Homosexua l Bit
4 . Be 11 gay. 11
Play t h e homosexua 1 bit . Mark
11 y es.11
or don 1 t mark the 11 homosexua l tendenci es 11
l ine on forms.
Psychia trists may g i ve you t he
run around, but stick with i t . . I f you are
rea ~ly gam~, 1?e obviously one of the 11 gay 11 b oys .
Be ~ide s fl icking Y?Ur wr ist, move your body like
chicks do . Ho l d c i garet delicat e ly, talk me lodically , act embarrased in front of the ot her guys
¼hen you undress .
5. ~ ote from doctor. If you have a 11 friendly 11
family doctor or can b uy one, you ' l l find he ' s
8Xtr eme l y handy . Get a s i g ned no te from him
attesting to an a llergy, a trick k ne e or elbow
or shoulder or back trouble or as thema.
Don 1 t
don't f orget to mark appropriate p lac e s on i n d uction forms and you 've g ot it mad e. Wi thout
~ d octor's.note, you' ll have to a pretty g ood
Job of faking these things . Certain chemicals
wi l l temp or ai l y ind u ce a llerg ies-s ee your
c h emi s t.
6 ._ Be an e pileptic. Borrow the sta ndard epi le~
ptic meda l from a fri e nd and wear it. Ma rk the
f orm properly, tell the doctor and you are in
g ood shape . If you want to have some fun read
about and fake a sei zur e .
It' s fun and y~u ' l l
really g ive them a headac he.
7. Jail record . Most of u s a ren't luc ky enough
h ave~ fe lony ~ecord, but if y ou g ot one-u se
~t. You 1 1 s~e s i gns a l l over the place te l l ing
y ou what a c rime you'l l b e committ i ng if you do
not te~l_t h e m (~hem of course mea ning milita ry
&uthoriti es . Misdemea nors, if you've g o t enoug h
)f the m, are a good dea l. Suspicious of burglary
c ont' d on page 13
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�Coat'd fro~ pa g e 13 How to Dodge ~raft .
13. Be a tr oub l e maker . Refuse to follow orders . (You
don ' t have to, you're not i n the army). Let them knov1
exactly wha t y ou t hink of them . Be antangoni stic ;
s moke nhere the signs say No Smoking ~ Pi ck a fi ght
Dith a fellow induct ee , or better yet, one of the
officGrs or doctor s.
14 . J ed- wetting . Tell them you wet the bed nhen
y ou ' re a way frorri. ho--~. If they d on't def er you
p r ove it when you are i nduct ed .
( .iake Up il TT1.eric F.1 ~ R. E . Shackelford
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OFEN LETTER
UNIVERSi'J;Y OF MI SSISS IPPI.
Dear Students :
\'~ hen Sena tor Robert Kennedy , the agent of
subversion was a spea ker on your campus I wonde r
if any of you students asked Senator Kennedy
why a r e al l the children and gra nd-chi l dren of
the Ke nnedy c l an attending segregated whi te
schoo l s i n their various sommunities and yet he
whi l e serving as U.S . Attorney General,
instigated mo s t of the racial tr ouble s in the
South throu gh his dictatorial procedures and has
continued to as s ociate hims elf wh oleheartedly
v,rith the "civil rights " movement, a l ways on the
s i d e of the Libera ls, Communi sts , cranks and
crooks who abound i n this communist
inspired movement .
Since r e ly you r ' ,
Dona ld L. Jac ks on
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Black Angel and Black Panther are t he same individuals .
He advocates civi l d i sobidence and the overt hrow
of our governme.nt. The Socoligists is Dr. Woodwa r d
he w& s temproary ap1· ointed assistant Prine ipal
o.f Genesee & Humboldt Junior Hi gh b chool. He c a ll s
r e gularly on t wo oc cas ions he sta t ed he lived around
poor White peo~le. He lives in the Hertl e .Apart~ents
and is married to a S hite woman, his div orced wife
live s at 207 Eanlin Road.
Conservat ives telep~one thi s pro~ra ~ r egul ar l y
Ph· :ne Number TR 6- 7 265 . _ .
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OR .ATHEIST
BEATLEISM
11.As g oes the Church , So Goes The Nat~on. "
" No man can ser ve t wo masters; for either
he will hate the one , en d love t he other~
or else he wil l hold to the one 8nd des n is:
the other. Ye cannot serve God and Mamnon .
s t. Matthew 6:24.
John Lennon- one of the BEATLES - expr ~ssed
a DEVAST.ATIFG D.A rJGE:'.1 . Report edly he sai~
11 li;e
are now ,nore popular than Je sus Christ.
Christiani t y will go. I t will va ni~h and
shrink . Jesu s wa s al l right , but His
disciples were thick and ordinary . ' . Late r,
r eporier Maureen Cleave wat ered this down .
Lennon - was simply observing - tha t, ns o
wea k is t he state of christiani ty , that the
BEATLf~S are t _o many p eople , better known.
t han Jesus Christ.n Reportedly - Lennon is
the auth or of a book - bla s pheming Jesus
and Christianity.
Today - mo st of the world 's peop l e - seem
to b e athe i st B·~.ATLGS . Let us just t ake a
lo ok at Lennon's Eng land - and our, beloved
J.\ rner ica.
Eng land - withi n the ~if et i ~e of _this w~ite r wa s a l argely , Christ i an- believing nation and ruled the seas of the world . Toda y fro m pub lished re ports - i t has bec o~e one
of the mos t i mmoral peoples i n the world .
Poli tically, economic a lly , mora lly and
religiously - En g l and i s a bankrupt
HAS-BEEN NA TION.
Look a t our be loved lP1erica today , r1r: ost of
our peon l e - i n t he l ast half cen~ury - have
ALSO for g otten man's ONLY Great - Giver of
ALL blessings - our God- ~ho created ~he
Heavens ?n~ earth - Who sac rific ed_His Son ,
Jesus for our sins- Vlho gave .A - ,eric a anc:. our
fre ed~ra.s to us. ,,"'l.erica is teete ~ir:1-g on the
ve r a;e of the SA ; ~,~ BAHY11UFTC;Y poll tic a lly,
Const itutiona lly , econo~ic a lly, ~or ally
and Relig iously .
c o:rT' J; NT_:~:c.:1
Ed,~.ra :cd R. Sneed ,
l-!ttorney
422 1 Ro l anc Blvd .
si ~ Lo~!§ 21 , ~o .
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My Dear Mr. All en,
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candid spe8.l{.ing out a s to t he cause
of t he 11 r iots II in At l anta .
I am inclos i ng a copy
of a le tt er whi ch has been mai led to
a number of Congressmen a nd Senators.
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King Links Race Hatred
To Low Income Whites
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pes Washington, Aug. 22-(AP)lvil Dr. Ma rli n Luther King, J r.,
says lower income gr oups are
ed the principal source a mong Nor:hi- them whites of a "massive outity pouring of hatred against Neme
em groes.
King said these whites "have
art grown up believing in certain
for sterebtypes, whether it is the
in stereotype of the Negroes as
lazy, or inherently inferior, or
ere whether it is the myth that Nend groes depreciate property values
·ra- when they move m to a com·
muni ty."
it
King a ppeared yesterday wi th
yt five other Negroes prominent in
.eeprs civil rights affa irs on a special
ers' "Meet th e Press,, progra m on
NBC r adio and televis ion.
h
>nts He took part In t e program
ide- from a Chicago television stuhe dio, leaving befo re it ended _to
ex- lead
a nother
open-housmg
en ma rch in Chicago. The o th er
the pan~lists were in a Washington
studio.
'em- 'Latent Hos tiUties'
,rch The Chicago demo nstrations,
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hands,
Meredith
replied:
"Tha t's exactly wha t I'm saying."
" Nonviolence is incompa tible
with American ideas," he added.
"This is a military-111inded nation."
Meredith said Negroes " cap.not continue to tolerate this. If
lhe law does!l't t ake t hese men
then we got to stop this."
Later he sa id, however, that
"the Negro has never entertain- ,
ed the idea of taking up a rms
aga inst (a ll) the whites."
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The other panelists were Stokely Ca rm ichael, chairman of
the Student Nonviolent Coordi!la ting Committee; Roy Wilkins,
executive director of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People; Floyd
B. McKissick, director of the
Congress of Racial Equality,
and Whitney M. Young, Jr., executive director of the National
Urba n League.
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The s ix indicated agreeme:it
that..-wba King called the "tragic gulf between promise and ful:ihn
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whi te groups in the North."
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nd majority of white people in the
the nation don't want a Negro for a
neighbor, th e rights leader
· i i~ agreed there are some whites
worse at some points. In gen- Ii
era!, t hey said, the civil rights s
movement i not accomplishi!lg h
enough fa st enough,
War Is Attacked
Carm ichael aga in attacked t.he !
Viet Nam war, saying Negro sol- 1
di r th r ar bla k m rcena•
ugoi ns l up 11 ho us ing. Bul he ries.
,, m c 11 ry i. hired killer
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a r- whites oppo~ d integrat ing
lig- lunch oun ters a nd mo tels but
to tha t t his did not prevent pas sage of civil rights legislation to
bar segr gation. "The same
thi ng must ha~pen in housing,"
he said.
ice " When the law makes it clear,
ere and is vigorously enforced, w e
st will see tha t peopJe will not only
adjust but . · . attitudes w ill a lso
change."
Others on the program included ed James H. Meredith, who bek, came the first known Negro at
ti- the University of Mississippi
t- and was shot from a mbush o n a
voter registrn tion drive in MisH, s issippi last June.
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Vigilantes Proposed
During questioning, Meredith
advocated organizing v igilante
ill groups to hunt down unlried
'ce killers of Negroes. Asked if he
1 meant
t hat Negroes should
the ] "take the law into their own
,an
hncl I thin k tha t w llc n this
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try imys to black youths, , , th ir
only ha nce to a dee nt living is
when you join the Army . . . it's
saying to that black ma n his
O!lly chance to a decent life is to
becom a hir d killer," h s id.
"I would not fig ht in Viet
Nam, a bsolutely not," Carmichael said. "I urge every black
man in this country not to fig ht
in Viet Nam."
Wilkins, discussing t he future of the civil rights movement, said "progress is bei!lg
made . .. de pite the fact t hat
great masses of people cannot '1
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But McKissick disagreed.
"Things ha ve not progressed
tremendously for the masses of
t he people," he aid. There has
bee!l some progress for some
Negroes, he added, but " the
average black man in the ghetto has not profited within the
last 10 years."
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M Ki. siek also defined "black s
power" in terms of six ingredients: "One, political power.
Two, economic power. Three, j
an improved self-image of t he
black man him ·elf. Four, the
development of young militant
leadership. Five, the enforcement of federal laws, abolition
of police brutality. Six, the development of a black consumer
bloc."
Young attacked those employers who ay the' l\re willing to
hire more Negroe but either
none apr,ly or few are qualified
('ailing tho. e e cuse fr ble, h
~<11d, " Ve, have h this count1y
in the c-orporate circ-1 s h most
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You hendled the
s i tuati on perf ectly .
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James M. Moroney Sr.
Chairman ot the Board
Joseph Mp Dealey
President
H. Ben Decherd Jr.
Jose1>h A. Lubben
Chairman. Executive Committea
Execuilve Vice-President
William C. Smellage
Secretary
James M. Moroney Jr.
Vlce-Prfo.sldent and Treuuret.-
Jack B. Krueger
ManalllnK Editor
Dlek West
Editorial Editor
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1966
People e re blaming Ral ph McGill too
The Trials of Atlanta
UNTIL THIS week, the City of Atlanta had maintained a glowing reputation as one of the hardest-working
communities in the building of interracial 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 rantings against "the white devils." And
on Tuesday night, Carmichael'_s loudspeaker 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


i>olicemen who tried to restore order.


But it did more-it attacked tbc con•cept Atlanta has r Ar>-• ntc:lt, the con·- - ,,.~ ctJc:tC real comp
·se and cooperation can achieve a spirit in which all
races can work together to build a
.· ~etter city.
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 thei:e were
Negro as well as white leaders who
t ried, at the risk of their safety, to
quell the violence. There were Negro
as well as white policemen who skillfully 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 campaign the following day to counter
Carmichael's efforts to turn the city
into a battleground.
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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 cooperation. The efforts of these years
have not been as dramatic or as wellpublicized as the riot, but in the final
analysis t hey should prove to be more
THIS WAS perhaps the greatest lasting in their results.
carnage that the mob did. Now other
These results of the work of men
~ city fathers may be tempted to shrug of good will will not be destroyed
their shoulders and say: "What's the overnight by men of Carmichael's
. use? Atlanta has done as much as any stripe. Rational Atlantans of both
··~city in the South to make cooperative races cannot stand by and see their
integration work, and look what hap- community torn asunder, because
pened."
those of both races know that they
Dallas citizens in particular may have a stake in its future.
same a
be discouraged by Atlanta's experiThe Rev. Samuel Williams, presi- you lik
ence, for the two cities are very much dent of the. Atlanta chapter of the fights.
alike in their populations, in their NAACP, summed it up most succinctAside
economies and in their attempts to ly when he declared: .
cial no
build through interracial cooperation.
"Atlanta is not by far a perfect other
But before we decide to abandon city but it is too great to be destroyed
the path that Dallas and Atlanta have by simpleminded bigotry."
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His Organization Of Anar~.hists
The Proud Father
The recent riots in Atlanta offer convincing evidence fr uits of a comp atible society in which there is mutuality
that most , if not all, of the racial violence in our large of purpose and respect for all.
cities has been organi zed and led by a small minority
bent upon the destruction of our
society.
This nation will not, however, permit the destroyers
My authority for this stateof
society-the
Carmichaels and his ranting radicals to
ment is Ralph McGill, publisher
tear
down
what
we have built, to burn and destr oy, to
of the Atlanta Constitution, and
defy law and order with rocks and Molotov cocktails or to
long a moving and militant force
fo r equal treatment of the Negro
hur l anarchistic slogans and imprecations at our public
citizen as provided by law and
offi cials.
the Constitution of the United
States.
The Riblcoffs and the Kenncdys who continue to
McG ill places responsibility
deplore "our tragic conditions" from comfortable seats
for the Atlanta disturbance
in the U. S. Senate should visit riot areas and seek to
squarely upon the Student Nonquiet the mob, as did Mayor Allen.
Violent Coordinating Committee.
(SNICK) and its leader StokeIf nothing else, the experience might leave them
ly Carmichael. SNICK, according
be.tter informed and not quite so sure that all social ills
to McGill h as no more than 300
members. These have been the • can be cured by dispensing a few hundred more millions
agents of anarchy in Watts, New ; from Washington.
JOHN S. KNIGHT
York, Chicago, Cleveland and
other major cities.


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SNICK'S beginnings were mor e auspicious. Its early
student 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 extr eme radicals, of which Car michael is the dominant
figure.
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As McGill says, SNICK is no longer a civil r ights
organization but an anarchlstic group which is openly and
officially committed to tbe destruction of existing
·u1
institutions.
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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.
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There appears to be no question but that SNICK's n
funds are supplied from abroad. One of its lawyers is a ·
registered Castro agent. Its agitators shout Havana I~!
slogans to the effect that we must live through violence. e
"Black Power" is but the rallying cry.
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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. , r emained upon the scene until the
crowd had been dispersed.
Mayor AJien 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 on e, and he will be met in whatever situation
he chooses."
Atlanta's Negro comm unity leaders were quick to
decry the rioting and violence. The Atlanta Summit
Leadership Conference, a Negro organization, denounced
both SNICK and Carm ichael, while calling for constructive measures designed to alleviate problems which
directly con cern the Negro.
Dr. Martin Luther King, executive director Roy Wilkins of the NAACP and Whitney Young who heads the
Urban League have all repudiated Stokely Carmichael
and his tactics.


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A Useful Service
The city of Atlanta has long enjoyed an enviable
ci
i . lronfrali. , ·t- was tlanta's
splendid image that the destroyers sought to tarnish.
eputation
And yet, unwittingly, Stokely Carmichael and his
followers perfo rmed 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 civil rights.
Mr. Carmichael has now revealed himself fo r 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 ter rorist who defies law and
spits upon our flag.


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Problems Are Manv
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The right to peaceable assembly is guar anteed by the
Bill of Rights, as is the freedom to demonstrate and to
seek redress of grievances.
Together and in a spirit of constructive cooperation,
the •egro and white communities must find solutions
and answers to the problems ·which beset our cities. For
they are both numerous and difficult.
A major start has been made in many areas.
,\llere failu1·es have occurred, the Negro is usually as
much at fault as his white brother. Suspicions, distrust
and feRr of association have worked against the
Negroes' best interests.
But the effort must go ahead if we are to enjoy the


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By THOMAS COLLINS
Here's a blueprint for marriage a!ler
n're 65 years old.
Don ' t lou1th t10 w- Lh U .S. Go vernment
ports that more them 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 sitting now.
The blueprint comes from John Y.
atson, 68, a widower for four years, and
s bride of five mon ths, Eugenia Walson,
~ , a widow for five ye;:irs.
Both owned homes at the time of their
arriage. Both have now sold them. They
~ ve in a trailer parked in a tree-shrouded
· ,ark in the Southland.
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Mr. and Mn. Watson obviously are
~ happy. But they aren't sllly about It.
'- They have a quJ et, pleasant, companion~ able marriage. Not a cute one.
love It. And who wilt
here on with parties an
3. The older couple .
lhclr ind]
their plans, and get a
, physical condition . The
tell each other what l
that a case of arthri
some midnight won't co
i;huuJct go to
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4. The older couple
carefully, but firmly,
each might have. "Yo
children," says Mrs. Wa
"You must teU then
dishonorab le in older
There's nothing disresJ
dren's deceased Mother
people want companio11
be necessary to point
unwise to get into
whether the remarriage
This is your decision, re
Out of !heir experience together they
1ave formulated the following points which
hey believe wiJI make a good retirement
, narriage:
5. 'With regard t,o '{
wlse to give them sor
somebody is not mi
"Daddy's Money" :Mother helped you ~r
I. The older couple must understand that
or them marria,::e is not a Sometfiing3orrowed - Something-Blue affair. It is
or companionship, which means both


omebody to talk to and the security a


Jouse companion gives you, and it is for
conomy. Together, we are living for
about 60 per cent of what tlte two of us
spent living separately," according to Mr .
Walson.
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6. This reassuranee
%, The older couple should have a
wedding ceremony and Invite all their
friends. !li'ot to ~ollclt gifts, not for their
own vanity. But for the friends. Who will
gi\'en through ,a !ifb
which any older co~
should work out, eith ~
or through an exch<"'
each other. '
"In general," say#
genla and I agreed te
of us had that hadm.a rriage to my de1.
marriage to her dece,.
be retained in each's ·
passed on to each's i$
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Of Slum Group
Atla not.a, Sep,t. 10 (UPI )- Black
Pmvier leader Sbo ke J,y Ca1·michael
rel<axed in jaril t oday r eadi•n g a
copy of "Kidnaip ed ," amd picked
uip suppo;rt from an orga01 i?;ation
iin a slum area w'h.idh -01ffici,a.J-s
fea,r ed was ri,pe for riot.
'IO'Je o-1·-~ ,i:mitio111, t he Vi01e City
Oou,ncil, cihru·ged that neither Carmi c:hae l ruo1· his Student Nonvii:o,l,eillt CooTC!i1n0-ti'l1g Committee
Stokely Car michael
Suit a sks hia free d om
was '1'€51p-OJ1JS1ble fur Tuesday's
Ne<gro 'l'lio,t im a slum called Summe1'11i!Il·
Crurmiclhiaei was jailed on a
charg_e oif inciting a riot. He refused t o post $10,000 bo,nd and
sa•id hie would remain in jai•l as a
"j>oli111ical pris0111er." /
.__J\sks Char ges Be Dropped
Atton"l1ey Howiaird Mooa·e has
filed a federal suit seeking to
have tihe clharges ag,a.i,n t Carmi<ihael dwi1piped. The Vin e Citv Council !'aid it
has received "reliable information
t hat all the clisturbance~ and
r iots are politica ll y inspired.
Th e council said if then• ls a
r iot in Vine City, a 6,0'10-acrn
slum. "it will be caused by neople
who have turned their bar·ks on
rommunities like ine City, not
by SNCC or Carmichael.
Council's Plea to Mayor
The council Ul'ged Mayo.- I van
Allen Jr. to stop condemning
SNCC and point the blame at
"responsible pe!'sons who have
turned their backs for so long."
Moore said Carmichael was
, taking it easy in Fulton r.ounty
Jail reading Rohert Louis Stevenson's "Kidnaperl," and . everal
t>Ublications about black Africa.
'Black Power' Term
Hif by Negro Baptists
Dallas, Sept. 10 (UPI) -The
National Baptist Convepti n,
USA, Inc., the country's large t.
Neg:ro o:riganization, said today it
has condemned the term "black
po,ver" as a civil rights weapon .
. T~e 5.5 million member -0rgan1zation adopted a resolution et
its 86th annual convention which
said "black power" is "the other
side of the old coin of segregation."
The organizfl.tion, headed l v
Dt; ~;. H .. ~1wkson of C:hic
said m c1 11 order .•. c1~ il dis.
obedience is not requil'ed " 1md
"we decry nnd lament the' recent
rfoLs thnt haYe d ~tro,·ed miJlions
of tlollurs worth of pi·oper:ty .•.
values •.. and life it ,lf.'
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ongressman James D.
Martin of Alabama has in/ . serted in the Congressional
.,. Record an interesting col•
umn written oy Don MacLean of the Washington
D a i 1y News on a timely
subject. It is the newspaperman's reaction to
.Pxesident Johnson's pointed warning that riots
might erupt in Washington. if Congress doesn't approv,e the President's plan
to provide political h om e


rule fo.r the District of Coh1mbia.


Mr. MacLean wrote:
By now, the Presidenj
doesn't need the likes of
me to tell him how poorl:>j
conceived were his re
marks about the possibili~
of a r i o • here. The edi
torialists and, I'm sure, his
advisers. hav,e a 1r e a d }I
d o n e that. My persona
view is that what the President said was the greates
flame - fanning act since
Nero and his fiddle at
Rome. What I want to do
today is (1) tell the Presiden.t what it is like to live
in the mouth of a cannon
and (2) thank him for
making it more likely that
some nut will pull the trigger.
I live about 30 blocks
from the White House, in a
neighborhood ailed Mount
Pleasant. (In contrast to
many of L. B. J.'s leading
Jiberals, who live safely
ed awa · Marylal'ld
or Virginia.) There's no
ghetto of any k i n d in
Mount Pleas t, not even
a white one. I have never
had a n t h i n g but the
friendliest relations with
my neighbors, be they Negro or white. In short, we
are a happy mixture of
people who get along just
swell. The riots in Los Angeles made all of us nervous, because, in truth,
none of us wants any trou1ble.
HERE'S HOW IT IS
Jf~
here is a serious rate of
V vi;lent crime in our area.
But it affects e v e r y o n e
eqpafiy. The crimes have
caused many of us to take
precautions. After several
attempts were made to
break into my house, I surrounded it as best I could
with a 6-foot fence. After a
girl running from an attacker pounded on my
d o o r one night seeking
safety, I called the police
and the next week bought
a ~un. I figure that something worse may happen
ano1her night, and I want a
gun if he has one. My wife
suggested watchdogs, and
I got two Gennan shepherds.
You don't know it is?
Well, on Saturday night in
Mount Pleasant, it is worth
your life to walk to the
tore. An elderly man was
killed for 2 in the bright
unlight. while washin~ his
car. A man was shot out
by my mailbox. Manv a
night we've watched ·from
a econd floor window as
gangs of men have battled
n the alley with board
and pipe·. Ever hear the
•·thunk ' a p i p e makes
when H 111
a tiuman
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By CHARLES M. mLLS
Clarion-Ledger Staff Writer
that contributions fell significantly after a CORE officer at
Mount Vernon, N. Y., denounced
Jews in general at a public
meeting in February.
Lynch says that about 80 per
cent of ·his group's financial
support has crune from the
white community "and y o u
could say th a t Jewish contributions have been predominant."
U. S. Sen. James 0. Eastland
appearing at the Neshoba County Fair here a few days ago,
told a large audience that the
Negro leader, Martin Luther King, "has not gone over in
the North and they are shunting him back South."
The statement came on the
heels of announcements t h a t
RESIGNATIONS
King is bringing his annual convention of the Southern Chris- Former high - ranking natian Leadership Conforence to tional officers of CORE recently resigned but sill in close
JaC'kson, Aug. 7 - 8.
Sen. Eastland, considered the touch with the situation, say
leading anti - liberal in the Con- that contributions to it this
gress, cautioned the citizens of year are running only little betthis area to pay as little atten- ter than half of the $810,000 totion to the rabble - rousings tal of the previous fiscal year.
Lynch denies such a severe
of King as possible.
It ,has ,been noted that every- drop but does not disclose the
where that the "non - violent" figures. He concedes that the _
King goes up north, death and deficit is bet\yeen $200,000 and
$250.000. Former CORE leaders
destruction have sprouted.
Sen. Eastland told the Nesho- put it as high as $350,000.
ba audience that even liberal Ivanhoe Donaldson, new disolons in Washington "s aw rector of the New Yor,k office of
through" the shooting incident Snick, which operates primariof James Meredith several ly in the South but has frankly
,weeks ago, and the result was depended on white northern fi.
a break-through for the conserv- nancjal help, says ".our contributions are 40 to 45 per cent
ative cause.
less than we normally have at
"The man with the rifle, an this
time of year."
expert marksman according to
He
says that the Student Comhis military record, called three
times for attention of Meredith mittee is no longer supported
in order that the cameramen "by those liberal whites who e
could focus," Eastland noted, 1believe in integration in th ·e
"Yes, the North even sa w South but not New York or Chithrough that, when an expert cago."
marksman used birdshot to Today the organization has
the help of.the radicals, he says.
'kill.'
So much for the Eastland The Student Committee talks
statement ... we are attracted of about $650,000 in ineome in
to the Ne~ York Times via the the fiscal year 1965.
St. Louis Post Dispatch th i s The S t u d e n t Committee
c~arg~s the Northern press with
week.
..
d1stort10ns about the meaning
GIFTS CUT
of "black power," causing libThe Post Dispatch, quoting erals to worry about "racism"
the New York paper, reprints and "black nationalism."
the following which should The Rev. Dr. King's confer- ·•
.how a tw-n of affairs up ence says that 70 per cent of ~
North . . .
its financial help has c O m e 1
'The Northern Liberals, fear- from white liberals but that
fill of extremism, are cutting contributions dropped from $1,·
llack sharply on icontributions to 500,000 in the fiscal year 1965
the more militant civil rights to less than $1,000,000 in 1966.
organizations.
There are indications that
The big orop in donations much money from whites is
from the liberal community is being shifted from ·CORE and
verified by top officers a n d Snick to m o r e conservative
former leaders of the Congress rights groups or to -educational
of Racial Equality, the Stu- and legal defense organizations
dent nonviolent co-ordinating benefiting the Negro.
committee, popularly called
Snick, and the Rev. Dr. Martin SLACKENING INTER~T
Luther King Jr.'s Southern Civil Rights leaders and doChristian Leadership Confer- ~ors. report a general slackenence. Money from white persons mg m Northern interest after ,
in the past has been the life- ~e enactment of the C i vi I
blood of their campaigns.
nigh~s Ac~ of . 1964 and last
In a series of interviews, of- ye~r s votm~ rights law. .
ficers of those organizations and A lo~g • time CORE nat10nal
civil rights donors gave three ~ecutive, who wants his name
.lV.ithheld. um un that. atti.
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North . . .
The Northern Liberals, fearful of extremism, are cutting
lback sharply on ,contributions to
the more militant civil rights
organizations.
The big fuop in donations
from the liberal community is
verified by top officers a n d
former leaders of the Congr ess
of Racial Equality, the Student nonviolent co-ordinating
committee, popularly called
Snick, and the Rev. Dr. Martin
Luther King Jr.'s Southern
Christian Leadership - Conference. Money from white persons
in the past has been the lifeiblood of their campaigns.
In a series of interviews, officers of those organizations and
civil rights donors gave three


main reasons for the drop in


financial support:
(1) Concern over CORE and
Snick attitudes that are degcrtbed by m n a y persons as
" black r acist," _anti-Semitic or
"extreme.,,
(2) Worry or disgust about
bitter attacks , primarily by
CORE and Snick, on United
States intentions and on "morality" in Viet Nam and on the
m ilitary draft.
(3) A decline of enthusiasm
h
now that the Nort erner is beIng jostled by civil r ights militancy in his own backyard.
BLACK POWER
Both CORE and the Student
Committee have recently emphasi'zed demands for "black
power" in political and economic life. The Rev. Dr. King
d emands a "militant thrust
forward lby Negr oes but deplores use of the term "black
power" as implying black nationalist ideas. His organization
r eports contributions down by
more than one third in the fiscal year ending, June 30.
.
The Rev. Ralph D. Abernathy,
vice pr esident and treasurer of
the Leadership Conference,
says that " black power " dem ands and allegedly racist attitudes of CORE and Snick have
seriously affected the King or ganization because many whites
do not differentiate among the
organizations .
Lincoln Lynch, associate national director of CORE, says


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ence says that 70 per cent of
its financial help has c om e
from white liberals but that
contributions dropped from $1,·
500,000 in the fiscal year 1965
to less than $1,000,000 in 1966.
There are indications that
much money from whites is
being shifted from CORE and
Snick to m o r e conservative
rights groups or to educational
and legal defense organizations
benefiting the Negro.
SLACKENING INTEREST
Civil Rights leaders and donors report a general slackening in Northern interest after
th e enactment of the C i v i I
Rights Act of 1964 and last ,
year's voting rights law.
t
A long · time CORE national 1
executive, who wants his name ~
wi thh eld, sums up that attitude : · " Bull Connor and his police dogs were such easy targets to hate a few years ago."
He referred to Eugene Connor, who used dogs to check Ji
demonstrators when he w a s 31
Birminghan police commission- tli
er .
r,
Many observer s and leaders ·
of th e civil rights struggle he- 1
lieve that it is too early to as- c
sess the full impact of the new
" black power" slogan. But they ~
point to other related fa ctors
described as " racist" or "ex~ fo
tremi st ," attitudes as having a
depressing effect for many ci
months.
ir.
Kivie Kaplan, the retired 1~
white industrialist who is presi- t<
dent of the National Association
for the Adva ncement of Colored a
People, said r ecently: "I know t
o~e big contributor who tore up
his check when Snick started
that 'Black Panter ' political
party in Alabama ."
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He r eferred to a new a ff,black
party in one Alabama county.
Another, Joseph Willen, executive director of the Federation
of Jewish Philanthropies has
switched his support to th~ National Urban League and to the
scholarship, education and de- ,
fense fund for racial equality i
set up friends and staff peopl~ 1
of CORE in 1962, but separate I
in operation .
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COR~ , he says, has appar ently decided not to be an interracial group any longer, " and
the opposite of that is racist." 1
He speaks of a Negro attack
"on their neighbors, the Jews."
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