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�Atlanta, Georgia
October 1, 1966
Iva n Allen, Jr. , Mayor
City of Atlanta,
City Hall,
Atlanta, Georgia
RE :
YOUR SPEECH ON W. S. B.
September 28, 1966.
Dear Mr. Allen:
I think this speech was very
dama.geing (not to Mr . Maddox) but to you, yourself.
It will long be remembered that you called us
ignorant becaus e we chose Mr . Maddox f or our next
Gover nor of Georgi a .
I come in cont act wi th a lot
of peopl e every day, and they all s ay that your
s peech was depi orable, and that you had no right
to question the people 's choice and t o call us
ignorant because we el ected Mr. Maddox i nst ead
of your mil lionaire fr i end, Mro Ar nall. You
seem t o have the mistaken i dea - that i f you are
not a millionaire, like yourself, you are ignorant .
It is the cons enus of opinion
of all whom I contact .~ll t hat you should have
l et Mr. King speak for himself, as I feel sure
he won rt be running for any public offic e.
up for what::is
�Raymond Q. Hix Sr.
2856 Diana Dr. S~
Atlanta 15, Ga.
October 2, 1966
Ivan Allen:
From your speech to the papers for publication,
I believe that you used up all of the phrases and
expletives that you could think of to berate and
lower the MAJORITY of the voters that voted in
the run-off election, they fit the ones that voted
for Arnold/ ~~iti_e~hey do for the Maddox voters, I
would be willing to bet you that there were more
voters that signed their names with an X that
voted for Arnold than voted for Maddox and Maddox
got the HIGHEST NUMBER OF VOTES.
At least the ones that voted for Maddox were ALL
GOOD AMERICANSy NOT REDS, PINKS, one worlders
or any of the other OFF-BEAT BEATNICK.S like yourself and a lot of the others in Atlanta that
vobed for Arnold.
the Ultra-Ultra Liberals are a lot worse loosers
than the Conservatives are, the Liberals want to
control the whole world, make one world government
out of it.
I HOPE that in the Next Election that we can get
RID of you and YOUR ILK in the City of Atlanta,
I was born in the City of Atlanta city limits
as it was in 1912, and I am ashamed of the City
of Atlanta and have been for QUITE a FEW YEARS
and all because or i ~ politics.
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A TRUE AMERICAN
FOR AMERICA FIRST,
LAST AND ALWAYS.
�Iva n Allen
How low c an a ( s o c a lled) ma n ge t?
You a re a di ser a c e to the human r a c e.
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SegregatiOn.ist Tops Arnall
In Georgfo Democrat Runoff
ATLANTA, Ga. (AP)-Lester
G. Maddox, a segregationist
. campaign,
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has . ca~tured the Democratic
nomination for governor-upsetting a moderate candidate and
Georgia's middleroad racial
course.
.
' Madd!)X, a furmtur~ mer~hant
1 who qwt the cafeteria business
I rather than b~ !orced to serve
Negroes, dec1s1vely defeated
Ellis G. Arnall, a former governor, in yesterday's primary
runoff. Arnall had led a sixm~,n race two weeks ago.
Go~ and the peo~~e are my
amprugn managers,. exulted
Maddox,. 50, afte_r pulling off the
upset without b1g-mon~y back~rs or .t~E; support of h1ghrankmg pobbc1ans. reported the vote
count stood at: Maddox 419,557,
~all 356,078.
Not a Racial Campaign
A fiery opponent of the federal
government, President Johnson,
liberalism, socialism and communism, Maddox says he shares
the racial views of Alabama's
Gov. George C. Wallace. But
Maddox said very little about
racial issues in his campaign.
Arnall, 59, who scored a major
upset two decades ago to win the
governorship over the popular
Eugene Talmadge, had charged
in the runoff fight that Maddox was radical and an extremist, a man whose symbols
were ax handles and pistols.
A Look at. the Lester Maddox Politi Page_A-12
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Maddox, _in resisting integration in 1964 and 1965, once waved
a pistol to chase Negroes from
his place and provided ax
handles for white patrons. When
ordered by a court t~ serve
Negroes, Maddox qmt the
cafeteria business.
.
Arnall met Maddox to concede
personally. Some followers of
Arnall said Republicans voted
for Maddox ~s .the ~asie~ opponent for their nommee m Novem~r.
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Taki_ng on Maddox m the first
Georg1a tv;:o-party contest ~or
g~vernor since Reconstruction
will be Rep. Howard H. (Bo)
Callaway, the states lone Republican ~ongressman. He is a
conservative ex-Democrat who
helped carry the state for Barry
Goldwater in 1964.
The voting patterns were
jumbled strangely-adding at
least some weight to the view
that Republicans voted for
Maddox. In the Goldwater
strongholds of Macon, Augusta
and Columbus, Arnall managed
bare majorities after leading the
field two weeks ago in those
same cities.
In the lieutenant governor's
race, the voters nominated
moderate George T. Smith,
speaker of the Georgia House,
over conservative Peter Zack
Geer, the incumebnt.
Geer told newsmen last night:
"I want to tell you one more
time-I'm fstill
th the
h"t lieutenant
f lk
governor o e w 1 e o s. I'm
glad Lester Maddox beat Ellis
Arnall."
Dr. Martin Luther· King Jr.
who lives in Atlanta said th;
voting "revealed that 'Georgia is
desperately competing with
Mississippi for the bottom "
"I must confess th
Mr
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Maddox's VIctory causes me to
be ashamed to be a Georgian.
This pretends that the days
abeaa in race relations will be
confusingly dreary and the
nights will be darker than a
thousand midnights."
Maddox takes charge of the
almost completely disorganized ,
Democratic party which under
Gov. Carl E. Sanders has
steered a moderate racial
course
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Madd_ox will control the sta~
del~gation to th_e I?emocratic
National ~nvent10n ID !968 and
~erve as titular party chief, even
if he lpses to Callaway on Nov.
8W~llaee is exp~cted to run for
president on a third-party ticket
in '68.
Other Results
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In other ~ontests yesterday~
Rep._ G. Elliott Hagan won re-,
nomIDfi~0n to ~on~ress fr~m
Georg1a s 1st District, beatmg
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29, 1966
I va.TJ. lul en:
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little speech" you made tonight on the
Huntley-Erinkley News got 1 1~ sure at least
50,000 votes for •iro ~.addoxe
The only advice
I can offer a you and your brother in crime,
wlartin Luther King, is to keep your mouth shut
and continue to kiss nigger asses.
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��Mayor Denounces
Maddox Victory
By RALEIGH BRYANS
Mayor Allen said Thursday that the "seal of the great
state of Georgia lies tarnished" because Lester Maddox won
the Democratic nomination for governor.
He also said~
or ardently is
intends t9
It is deplorable that the com
w that will force Rebined forces of ignorance, prej u- publicans to vote in a Repubdice, r eactionism and the du- ]jcan primary and Democrats
plicity of many Republican vot- to vote in a Democratic pri!v'e thrust upon 1:he state mary.
of Georgia Lester Maddox, a
"Unless we do get on this
totall unqgalifi individual as
the D~ffiocnlflc nominee f o r basis, then the hope for a twoparty system will be lost, in
governor."
light of the duplicity that ocMr. Allen won office in 1961 curred yesterday," he said.
by defeating Mr. Maddox in a
r unoff. In the gubernatorial race
Mayor Allen said that racial
this year he had openly sup- prej udice and reaction to Atlanta 's Negro riots figured in
ported Ellis Arnall.
He reacted to the Maddox vic- the way Georgians had voted..on
tory in a statement that was Wednesday.
at least as strongty worded and
"It is high time all Georgians
to the point as any he has made put aside their prejudices and
as mayor.
begin to realize that a large
segment of our population that
Then, during a press confer- is Negro is entitled to full rights
ence, he let loose and said much and privileges as American
more in the same vein.
citizens," he said.
Mr. Allen was asked several
times during the press confer- HERE IS the statement in its
ence whether he might not en- entiret :
dorse and support Republican
" It is d ora le that e
Howard (Bo) Callaway in
bined forces of ignorance, preJgeneral election.
udice, reactionism and the duHe had a variety of answers plicity of many Republican votincluding one that won't do Mr. ers have thrust upon the state
Callaway any harm.
of Georgia Lester Maddox, a
Mr. Allen first said Mr. Calla- totally unqualified individual, as
way hasn't sought his supp<tt the Democratic nomjnee for
and that, besides, he woul t governor.
try to influence the votes
"For tile past quarter cenether Georgians.
Later he said he might simp tur ou state has been outgo fishing Nov. 8, the gener stan ing in our region as the
advocate of sanity and reason,
election date.
F inally he ended up saying h and as the champion of prog.
ress.
looks upon Mr. Callaway "as
man of intelligence, of g
"The seal of the great state
background, a man of hon
of
Georgia lies tarnished.
and integrity who could bri
honesty and decency to t
"The wisdom, justice and
statehouse."
moderation espoused by our
founding fathers must not be
MAYOR ALLEN nonetheles surrendered to the r abble of
took a poke at "smart alee R prejudice, e"tremism, buffoonpublicans" who, according t ery and incompetency.
him , voted for Mr. Maddox i
We cannot permit our state's
the Democratic runoff primar
progress to be stopped and reWednesday.
He declared that one thing he versed by yesterday's mistake. " .
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WEEKLY~ UMMARY OF PO' v j : ~ ~·Jns.r t tt,~
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COMMUNITY ACTION - Total dur ing Fiscal 1966 of $652,666,000
in fe deral funds. Total during Fiscal 1967 $77,166,890.
Projec~ Upward _Bou,nd has awarded grants to 224 schools to
serve 2p,418 students at a federal cost of $27,988,030.
The Fos'eer Grandparents program now include s 37 projects
financed by $5,750,829 in fede r al funds. Under Proj e ct
Head Start 192,909 children have been enrol led in the yearround and f ollow- through pr ograms, finan ced by $97,044,165
in federal funds. For the summer '66 program 575,0J0
children have been enrolled at a cost of $97,000,000.
There are now 162 Legal Services programs at a federal
cost of $27,929,70~he Migrant projects are financed by
$26,3 50,856 in federal funds. There are 81 Indian programs
at a federal cost of $12,081,939.
JOB CORPS - 28,736 you t hs ar e enrolled in 106 centers
including 87 conservation centers, eight urban centers for
men, ten for wo~en and one sp ec ial center . The program,
inc l uding capital outiay s and other costs , is financed by
~303,2 77,41 7 in obligated f ederal funds.
VISTA - There are now 3,388 Volunteers In Service To
America, including 1,077 in training, at a federal c ost of
$15 , 955, 803 in Fiscal 1966 and $1 , 754,455 in Fiscal 196 7.
NE I GHBORHOOD YOUTH CORPS (Dept. of Labor) - In Fiscal
195 6, 1,4 77 projects were approved for 528,296 participants
at a federal cost of $263,229,716 . In FY '67, 293 projects
have been approved for 100,711 at a federal cost of
$ 74,615, 56 6.
WORK EiPERIENCE (H .E .W.) - In Fisca l 1966, 147 proj e cts
have be en approved for 38,261 participants at a fede ral
co s t o f $52 , 487,0::>0. Approved wer e 127 renewal s of th e
Fi s ca l 1965 pr oj e cts f or 46,559 participants at a federal
cost of $58, 913,000 . In Fiscal 1967, 14 projects have


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been appr oved for 2,956 participant s at a federal cost of
$4,846 ,544. Appr oved ar e 17 renewals of the Fiscal 1966
pro j ects for 6,996 participants at a fede r al cost of
$8 , 664,5 8 7.
ADULT BASIC EDUCATION (H.E.W.) - 4 5 sta te plans have been
approved with nine states pecding a t a f eder a l cost of
$38 , 319, 063.
LOANS - Rura l loans (Dept. of Agr i c. ) t ot a l $31,972,727
for Fiscal 1966 and $3, 754,952 fo r Fi scal 196 7; Small
Business Loans (SBA) total $17,251,184 f or Fiscal 1966
and $3,823,240 for Fiscal 196 7.


Statist i cs as of September 16, 1966. Tel ephone: 296- 2980


OEO, Pu bl ic Aff a i r s , Washing t on , D.C. 20506
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�-3A NEW JOB CORPS CENTER for men opened in Lincoln,
Nebraska on September 20 and two more urban training
centers for men will open on October 4 -- the McCoy Job
Corps Center at Sparta, Wisconsin, and the Clearfield
Job Corps Center in Clearfield, Utah. The centers are
operated under contract for Job Corps, with the Lincoln
center being operated by Management Systems Co., an
affiliate of Northern Natural Gas Co. of Omaha; the
McCoy center by the RCA Services Company, a division of
the Radio Corporation of America, and the Clearfield
Center by the Thiokol Chemical Corporation. The new
centers bring the total number of such centers for men
to 11. For women, there currently are ten centers in
operation and four more scheduled to open in the next
few months. Earlier this month a spe~ial center for
women was opened in Chicago to give intensive training
to 50 young women each three months in paramedical
subjects. This center is operated by the Brunswick
Corporation.
DELEGATIONS FROM EIGHT STATES and the District of Columbia
are expected to join a protest march in Washington on
Tuesday, September 27 over, in the words of one of their
spokesmen, "the. current lack of concern for effective
anti-poverty legislation. Several thousand persons are
scheduled to take part in the activities which will
include visits to Representatives and Senators, a march
down the Mall to the Washington Monument, and a two and
a half hour rally at the Sylvan Theatre. The demonstration
has been organized by a number of anti-poverty groups and
coordinated by the Poverty/Rights Action Genter in the
District.
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RECENT ARTICLES OF INTEREST:
Childhood Education, Sept . , 1966, "Pupil-Teacher Ratio
in Head Start Centers," by James Doherty, OEO Public
Affairs, p. 7.

Post, Sept. 24, 1966, "The South's Revenge," by Steward
Alsop, p. 18 .
The~ Republic , Sept. 24, 1966, "Small Business Loans,"
p. 9.
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The New York Review of Books, Sept. 22, 1966 , "What We
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Mayor Allen said Maddox was elected by the
combined forces of ignorance, prejudice, reactionism and the duplicity of many Republican
voters." He called Maddox "totally unqualified" for the nomination.
" The seal of the great state of Georgia lies
tarnished. The wisdom, justice and moderation
espoused by our founding fathers must not be
surrendered to the rabble of prejudice, extremism , buffoonery and incompetency."
Gov. George Wallace, a potential third
party candidate for President in 1968 on a
sta tes rights ticket, said Thursday the nomination of Lester Maddox for governor of Georgia was a "return to those bedrock principles
of our constitution."
Wallace said, " I congratulate Lester Maddox
on his overwhelming victory in the Georgia primary.
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September 30, 1~66
Dear
.Allen:
A~though I am not a supporter of
(addox, and I t hink it i s unfortnate for Geor ;ia t hat he i s a prospect
for Governor, I t hink your statement
yester day concerning him is unf ortunate
and unua.ranted. Though he may make a
poor -·'}overnor, if elected f i nally,. your
caustic com. ,ent 1·ras out of order .
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Peachtree is still empty.
I don't get dovm there too much, never after dark,
but always with a 38- police special on my belt .
Only way I feel safe & I was a taxpayer in Atlanta
before you were born .
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NEw YORK HERALD TR,
o THOSE clergymen who have
been teaching "civil disobedience," or who have been engaging in "sit-ins" and "lie-ins" and
other demonstrations that have produced disorder in northern as well
as southern cities, a decision just
· rendered by the U.S. District Judge
Frank M. Johnson, Jr., of Alabama,
may come as a surpnse.
For this federal judge has just
ruled that "civil disobedience" under
the guise of "civil rights" must be
prosecuted. He made this ruling in
connection with the cases of 167
demonstrators arrested last March
in Montgomery.
Police authorities throughout the
country, who have been told they
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Mayor Ivan Allen, Jr.
3700 Northside Drive N. W.
Atlanta, Ga.
Dear "Carbon Paper" Allen:
Tne dignity of a man who is mayor of our Atlanta was lost
entirely yesterday with your deplora.Dle comments about
Mr. Maddox. To condescend to refer to him as "Drwnstick
Olicken Maddox" is one of the worst remaicl<s that I have
ever heard.
In his reply, Mr. Maddox said that you smmded like
Martin Luther King. Mr. King says that the State of Ga.
is sick, and in my opinion HE is the one who is sick--in the head! With his communistic viewpoints he belongs
in Russia and we do not care what he thinks of our
wonderful State.
I have never voted for Lester Maddox in my life, nor do I
ever intend to cast a ballot f or him. However, he has
made an honest living and, though it be witn chickens ,
there is certainly no disgrace to this. You inherited
your's- yes- it was handed down on a silver platter!
Many of us are not so fortunate!
It would be well for you to take a lesson from sorre of
our intelligent politicians who are discreet at the
more crucial t irres and prove it by saying nothing.
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