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Barnesville, Georgi a
July 29, 1963.
Mayor Ivan Allen,
Atlanta, Georgia
Dear YJayir,r :
I don ' t know why I waste a fi ve cent s tamp writing you be :;ause you
a.Ee not worth five cents. We here in Georgia witnessed your a c~ of
treason on t he Television l ast week before the Commerce Committee
and frankly your stock with the peopl e of Georgia hit rock bottom.
We are ashamed to admit that you are a Georgian and one in our midst.
We here in Georgia have no·'-mi.te fort he colored race and have no jealousy
in their having homes, school~ and what they need and in fact everyone
that has been up north say that we are much more generous to them tha.il
the northern people. Here in BarneEville we do not have a public High
School for the white people . The negroes hrure a new plant with fort~
·n egro teqchers. How is this for employment opportunity.
I feel that the negros have the greatest opportunalty of any people on
earth right now. If they do not have a ccomodations, Restaurants, motels
etc. why don 't they go in business for them sel~add u~n up these
facilities in evefy town . What an op!)ortunity. This will give them
employment opportunity and what they want also .
As representative of the people of Atlanta your actions were certainly
not 1¥ne±r desire . You are §. Judas Goat and a disgrace to our community,
and State . All we can do is to pray for your soul and trust that in some
way you can get back on the right path again.
Yours Truly
A Citizen of Georgia
�W. S. CURRY, OWNER
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AND ALL BUILDING MATERIALS
RENTALS IN WHITE AND COLORED
RESIDENTIAL SECTIONS
July 27th,l963.
Mr.Ivan Al len Jr.Mayor
Atlanta, Ga.
Dear Sir:Yo ur t est i mony in Wash i ngton was a disgrace to
al I southern people, i t is very hard to realize that any
man with common judgment,would advocate a law in our
country,that would destroy our property r i ghts.
The order. to integrate bus stations,has already
c I osed one p I ace of bus i,ness that I know, these peop I e had
been operating a cafe in the bus station at Winona, Mi ss.
for years,now these people are out of business ,the re is
no cafe in the bus s tation,as time goes on many more wil I
close.
With the left wing bias attitude that you have,
it is a waste ~f time to write you,but r just wanted to
r em ind you of the wrong that you have done,t he southern
peop le wil I never forgive you.
I am,
�485 Tara Trail, N. W.
Atlanta, Georgia 30327
July
26, 1963
Mayor Ivan Allen, Jr.
City Hall
Atlanta, Georgia
Dear Mayor Allen:
The press announcement of your support of Kennedy's "Public
Accommodations" bill is humiliating indeed to the vast
majority of Constitutional loving Americans, and especially
to your white constituents in Atlanta. It can only be
interpr e ted as an o bvious attempt at political pander.
It is quite a depressing r e velation, after an enigmatic
period, to observe an individual, whose initial political
support was fostered by a business community, bow to base
p olitical p ressures and prostitute the very ideals of this
same bus iness community.
You must find it very difficult these days to shave without
a mirror.
GEM:mg
�4456 Hendricks Ave
J a cksonville, Fla.
7-26-63
Mayor
Atlanta
If there is anyway you could be bodily kicked
out of offive, I believe the people of tlanta
would do it ••••• ~ D 00 IT NOW.
S ince they cant kick you out, I'll predic~ they
will vote you out.
Your testimony in Wa shington was a dis grace to
the people of Atlanta, t he South, and most of
the nation.
Disg'li.stedly
�July 26 , 19 63
··1ayor,
Atlanta, Ga.
Sir:
l have j ust heard the exposure on telev i s i on of the filthy
cad you are , t h e traitor to the South end our Tre.di tions,
the trai t or you are to Constitution~l Government , the traitor
you are to our Freedoms , and I am pr ayerfully awaiting the
time when Atlanta, Georgia will kick you out as we did your
little cheap b.usiness in Gadsden.
We have spent thousands
of dollars in Atlanta 813.d were contemplating opending several
hundred more dollars there in the very near future but that is
taboo in
my
family now.
We will never visit Atlante aga jn.
do not a~eep after negoes and eat with them and you are no
bettero
Don •t you ever put your foot in Alabama S-BP.ine
are not welcome.
We
�ROBERT B. PARKES,
D.O.S.
60B MEDICAL ARTS BUILDING
JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI
PRACTICE LIMITED TC CRTHCDCNTICB
July 2 7, 196 3
Mayor Ivan Allen, Jr.
City Hall
Atlanta, Georgia
Dear Mr. Allen:
It is with great regret that I read your testimony r e garding
the controversial public a c c ommodations proprosal of the
Preside n t 's civil rights p rog ram. A man of your sta tu r e must
sure ly know that a thin v e n ee r of forc e d inte rgration will not
solve the uncle rlying problems. I am sorry that you have broken
the southern lines in resistance to this political foot ball and feel
that th e majority of th e citiz ens of you r c ity must feel r e gret also .
A c o mm on thing throug hout m os t of the South i s "le t's don't
h ave another Atla nta . 11 This is du e to t h e fa ct tha t most Southe r ners
feel that the officials of Atlanta have put m o ney before principle
a nd w e do not care to live und e r those circumstances . I have heard
quite a f e w citi ze ns of Atlanta voic e this same opinion .
R ob e rt B. P ark e s, D . D . S .
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~ayor Ivan Allen Jr . ,
Ci t y Hall,
Atlant a ,
Georgia,
iy dear Sir =I live i n farietta and poss i b l y do not have the r i ght to addres s a
lette r to you.,hovrever, I could not resist the temptat i on o
I notic e
in the pape r s partial extract of your s tateme nt before the Senate
Committee on the Civil Rights Bill o
You refer to the fact that
the negro can wal k into a bank and borrow money, can walk into a
depart1n.ent store and purchase goods and can go into a grocery store
arrl purchase groceries, but when time coma s to eat, he i s not
welcome a £ a restaurant a rrl his status changes to a se c oni class
citizen .
These segregated businesses were establ ished by their owners on
the basis of choosing their customers; they worked hard., put up
t heir ovrn money and when they have made a success, the nelfro wants
to walk in and eat with the whites instead of other negroes, Just
why he does not want to eat with other negroes is difficult to
understand and this to re is a strong argument in favor of
segregationo
He put no money nor work into 'these segregated
businesses, but now wants to tell the owners hC71r to operate trem .
However,the negro loses no rights by these segregated establishrrents
and does not change into a second class citizen..
There is no law
agairnt him establishing his own integrated eating places, hotels,
theaters, etc . , arrl then the public would have tre choice of
integrated or segregated facilities o
He ms the freedom of
choice to establish his own integrated business, the sane as the
white man has to establish his segregated busiresso
I presume you have a swimrmi.~ pool at your hore .
Is it integrated?
Is your hom integrated?
How many negro clerical workers do you
employ in your office at the City Hall?
How many negro clerical
workers does the Atlanta Chamber of Cormnerce employ?
Some of the
Directors of the Atlanta Chamber of Commerce are bankers and I
presume some of them approved the Chamber's resolution aski~
c e rtain Atlanta businesses to integrate o
Has too banks with
whom these executives are conrected integrated?
If so hCJif
many mgro tellers do they have, hew many negro stenographers
do they employ arrl h<JN many mgro executives do they have?
Is the Ivan A.lien Marshall Co., integrated?
If so how many
negro clerks do -t hey have; hem many negro stenographers do they
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I am not a rabble rouser; am 73 years of age; have lived in Marietta
all 'JIY' life; have rrany ffie rrls amo.rg the colored f ol l-
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IJ1111SmootReport
Vol. 9, No. 22
(Broadcast 407)
June 3, 1963
Dallas, Texas
DAN SMOOT
PLANNED DICTATORSHIP
"The way to have good and safe government is not to tr11st it all to one; b11t to divide it among the many, distrib11ting to every one exactly the f11nctions he is compet ent to. Let the National government be entr11sted with the
defense of the na"tion, and its foreign and federal relations; the State government with the civil rights, laws, police
and administration of what concerns the State generally; the counties with the local concerns of the co11nties and each
ward direct the interests within itself. It is by dividing and subdividing these republics, fro1n the great national one down
through all its s1tbordin-ations, until it ends in the administration of every man's farm and affairs by hhnself; . .. that
all will be done for the best. What has destroyed liberty and the rights of man in every govermnent which has ever
existed 11nder the sun? The generalizing and concentrating all cares an1 powers into one body, no matter whether of
the autocrats of R11ssia or France or of the aristocrats of a Venetian Senate."
-Thomas Jefferson
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In June, 19 5 5, the Federal Civil Defense Administration staged Operation Alert,
a nation-wide rehearsal of what civil defense would do in the event of a nuclear
bombing raid on the United States which killed around 10 million people. Operation
Alert revealed that sudden disaster could cause drastic confusion in the civil defense
system. It also revealed that absolute dictatorship would emerge ' before the casualties
could be counted.
After receiving reports of the mock casualties in the mock nuclear air raid, in connection with Operation Alert, President Eisenhower, on June 16, 195 5 (without waiting for reports to see whether normal civil authorities could maintain order) used his
Executive Power to issue a mock declaration of martial law for the whole nation.
Comments in ·the press and in Congress were, generally, unfavorable. To some, it
was chilling to see how readily a President of the United States would proclaim a
military dictatorship in time of emergency and disaster. To others, Eisenhower's haste
to issue a mock declaration of martial law revealed only that the Administration had no
adequate plan of action - that Eisenhower reached for the weapon of martial law
because he did not know what else to do.<!)
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No reproductions permitted.
Page 169
�H ence, the Operation Alert exercise of
19 5 5 helped create dem and for a better plan
of national action to be ·followed if the United
States were suddenly struck a devastating
blow.
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civil defense responsibility of stockpiling
medical supplies; giving to the Secretar y of
Agriculture the civil defense responsibility
of stockpiling food.
On February 16, 1962, Kenn edy issued
ten Executive Orders ( 1099 5 and 10997
19 5 8, Presiden t Eisenhower reorganized
the civil defense system. He m erged the
Civil Defense A dministration with the old
Office of D efense Mobilization , creating
a new agency called the Office of Civil and
Defense Mobilization .
President Kennedy scrapped the Eisenhower system and established something
entirely new. Ken nedy says that civil defense
should not be handled by a separate agency of
government, but that the m ultiple activities
of civil defense should be handled by the regular departments and agencies of government
- all of their activities to be planned and coordinated by a small presidential st aff .
Kennedy's Executive Orders
OnJ uly 20,
196 1, Kennedy ( by Executive O rder No. 109 5 2) abolished the O ffice
of Civil and Defense Mobilization, immediately transferring most civil defense func tions to the D epartment of Defense. On
August 1, 19 61, Secretary of Defense McNamara put Adam Yarmolinsky temporarily in
charge of all civil defense activities in the
Department of D efense. Y armolinsky ( whose
parents are notorious commun ist-fronters)
has a record of participa ting in communist
activities since his undergraduate days at
Harvard. <2 > Since the Kennedy Administration apparently considers Yarmolinsky indispensable for other duties in the Defense
Department, Y armolinsky was soon replaced
as head of civil defense activities. T he p resent
Assistant Secretary of Defense for Civil
Defense is, Steuart L. Pittman.
On August 14, 1961, Kennedy issued
Executive Order No. 10958, giving the Secretary of Health, Education, and Welfare the
through 1100 5) delegating other civil defense
responsibilities to heads of other departments
and agenciEis - Interior Department, Commerce Department, Labor Department, Post
Office Department, Federal A viation Agency,
Housing and Home Finance Agency, Interstate Commerce Commission, and so on.
The small presidential staff, w hich has the
responsibility of planning and co-on l.-in-a---ctrrg
the civil defense activities of the regular
agencies and departments of government, is
called the Office of Emergency Planning.
Oddly enough, President Kennedy did not
issue an Executive Order "creating" the Office
of Emergency Planning and outlining its
duties until September, 1962 - more than a
year after the OEP had been actively in
existence.
On September 27, 1962, Kennedy issued
Executive Order 110 5 1, "Prescribing Responsibilities of the Office of Emergency Planning
in the Executive Office of the President."
T he most n ot able thing about this Executive
O rder, however, is that it amended 15 previous Execu t ive Orders ( 5 issued by Truman;
8, by Eisenhower; 2, by Kennedy himself) by
deleting references to ·~civil and Defense
Mobilization" and replacing those references
with "Office of Emergency Planning. "
The significance of t his ch ange in language
is subtle. In November, 19 62, the Eighth
NATO Parliamentarians' Conferen ce m et in
Paris, attended by delegates from the parliaments of the 15 countries belonging to t he
N orth 1:-tlantic Treaty Organization. Thirteen Umted States Sen ators ( under the chairmansh ip of J. William Fulbright, extreme
leftwing D emocrat from A rkansas ) ; and
eight United St ates R epresentatives (under
the chairmanship of Wayne L. H ays, extreme
leftwing D emocrat from Ohio) m ade up the
delegation from the American " parliament"
to the Eighth NATO Parliamentarians' Conference.
Senator Fulbright's official report to the
Senate on the Eighth NATO Parliamentarians' Conference contains a brief section on
Civil D efense, from w hich the follo wing is
quoted:
"Civil emergency planning is much wider
in its implications than civil defense.
Whereas civil defen se can be considered
as a purely n ational responsibility, civil
emergen cy planning requires close cooperat ion between the NATO Allies ....
"Although civil emergency plan ning does
not directly encroach on the responsibilities
of n a tional authorities, never theless on a
number of points t h e organization of t he
latter will h ave to take account of the
former's planning and prepar at ions." (3)
Here appears to be a reason for changing
"civil defense" and " defense mobilization"
to "emergency planning." It t akes our civil
defense prepar ations out of the " purely
n ational" realm , and m akes them p art of an
over- all in ternation al plan.
O n February 26, 1963, President Kennedy
issued nine more Executive Orders ( 110 8 7
t h ro u g h 1 1 0 9 5) de legating "emerge n c y
planning" activit ies to heads of governmental
agencies not mentioned in previous Execu tive
Orders on the subj ect: Federal Communicat ions Commission, Civil Service Commission,
Atomic Energy Commission, General Services
A dministration, Federal Reserve System,
Tennessee Valley Authority, Federal Power
Commission, National Science Foundation,
and so on.
In all , Kennedy has issued 2 3 Execu tive
Orders, dealing with emergency p lanning,
which prescribe the lines of au thority for a
total dict atorship to be controlled and coordinated at the top by a small group of
emergency planners in the executive office of
the President.
The n ational police state th us planned
would be a tighter, more com plete dictator ship th an any which h as ever existed in
modern times, in communist count ries or
elsewhere. Kennedy's executive orders outline
a plan, not for p rot ecting the American
people fr om suffering and death in the event
of disaster, but for seizing absolute control
of every aspect of human life in the United
States.
The Executive O rders, which formally proclaimed the plan , h ave been published in the
Federal Register. This is t he modern way of
giving executive proclamat ions the force of
law. In the formulation of such "executive
law," Congress does not deliberate and legislate, in response to the desires of the people
and in conformit y with grants of power . in
the Constitution . Indeed, C ongress has no role
at all. T he President proclaims a law, t hen
gives it statutory force by merely publishing
it in t he Federal R egister.
Thus, President Kennedy, by Executive
Orders which bypass Congress, has already
crea ted a body of " laws " t o transform our
Republic into a dictatorship - at the discretion of the President. T he ex t raordinary
principle ( th at the President can do anything
he pleases in time of dire emergency, and
that the President alone can determine what is
a dire emergency ) was proclaimed by Franklin D. Roosevelt in N ovember, 1933, and
reaffirmed by the A ttorney General - and
has never been challenged by the Courts or
the C ongress of the United States.<">
Ca n W e Trust Our Leaders?
J
t is a dangerous delusion to feel that we
can trust our President to tell us the truth;
trust him not to exercise authority unnecessarily; trust him to act only in the best
interest of the American nation.
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Page 171
�Let us not forget what happened on October 29, 1962. On that day, Arthur Sylvester
(Kennedy's Assistant Secretary of Defense
for Public Affairs) admitted that the Kennedy Administration was giving the public
false information about Cuba. Sylvester
defended official falsification of the news as
1 " sayproper (( management ,, and " contro,
ing that the "generation of news" by officialdom is "part of the weaponry that a President
has" in the "solution of political problems" - and that the end of creating, in
the minds of the people, the correct attitude
about governmental programs, justifies the
means. <5 >
Let us remember also President Kennedy's
statement on May 12, 1963, concerning the
dispatch of Federal troops to Alabama. The
President said:
"This Government will do whatever must
be done to ... uphold the law of the land . ...
The Birmingham agreement was and is a
fair and just accord ... . The Federal Government will not permit it to be sabotaged by a
few extremists on either side who think they
can defy both the law and the wishes of
responsible citizens by inciting or inviting
violence. "<6 >
Unless there is obvious and significant
violation of legitimate federal authority, the
President ( under the Constitution ) has no
right to send troops into a state to maintain
order, except on invitation of the government
of that state. In Alabama, the Governor had
asked the President not to send troops. No
federal authority was being violated. The
"law of the land" which the President mentioned was a figment of his own mind because no federal law, or even federal court
order, was involved. The "Birmingham agreement" which the President said he would
enforce with federal troops, was a private
agreement between whites and negroes, dealing, primarily, with the question of job
opportunities for negroes.
As to "inciting or inviting violence" in
Alabama, the President himself was guilty of
that, by continual agitation of the delicate
situation, specifically by calling Mrs. Martin
Luther King to express concern when her
husband ( a professional agitator, with a communist front and jail record) was behind bars
for inciting civil disturbance.
As to the need for federal troops to suppress violence: the total of human suffering
which the race riots have caused in Birmingham is hardly worthy of notice in comparison
with the continual savage depradations upon
white people, by negro hoodlums, in the city
of Washington, D. C.
In the Alabama affair, the President proves
that he does misrepresent facts to the people
and does use illegal and unnecessary power to
serve his own political ends.
As to whether the President can be trusted
to act only in the best interests of the nation
- note two cases which indicate otherwise:
El Chamizal and Panama.
EL CHAMIZAL-The Treaty of Guadalupe, February 2, 1848, established the Rio
Grande River as the boundary between Texas
and Mexico. Between 18 64 and 18 6 8, the
Rio Grande eroded a large portion of the high
Mexican south bank and formed an alluvial
deposit ( about 6 3 0 acres in size) on the
United States side of the river. This occurred
just south of El Paso, then a small border
town. As El Paso grew, it took in the great
alluvial deposit which came to be called El
Chamizal. In 189 5, the Mexican government
made a formal claim to El Chamizal. The
American government maintained, in effect,
that the middle of the River was the boundary line, and that all soil north of that
boundary line was American soil, regardless
of how it got there.
On June 24, 1910, the Mexican and United
States governments agreed to let an Arbitration Commission ( composed of one Mexican,
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.one American, one Canadian) decide whether
El C hamizal belonged to the United States
or t o Mexico. T he Arbitration C ommission
refused to decide the question. Instead, the
Commission decided, on June 1 5, 1911, that
El Chamizal should be divided between Mexico and the United States. The United States
government would not accept that decision,
which the Arbitration Commission had not
been empowered to make.
The issue became dormant for more than
fifty years, except fo r an occasional political
speech by some Mexican demagogue who
whipped up hatred for the United States and
gathered votes for himself by denouncing
the El Chamizal "land grab."
President Kennedy reopened the old El
Chamizal sore. Trying to win Mexican support for his Alliance for Progress, Kennedy
quietly opened negotiations with the Mexican
government, to work out a means of giving
Mexico the 630 acres of United States territory, which, meanwhile, had become part of
the downtown section of modern El Paso.
Kennedy got support from the city government of El Paso and from certain business
interests there, by promising tremendous outIays o f taxpayers ' money to (( compensate ,,
the city for the loss of territory. m
An article in T he Dallas Morning News,
May 28, 1963 , reported information, from
"authoritative sources," that the United
States and Mexico would announce within the
nex t few days a settlement of the El Chamizal
dispute.
PANAMA - Many events and circumstances ( too numerous to review at this time)
indicate that Kennedy is also planning to
surrender American control of the Panama
Canal, either to the government of Panama
or to a United Nations agency. Following the
example set by Eisenhower, Kennedy has
already weakened the American position by
permitting the flying of the Panama flag
alongside the Stars and Stripes in the Canal
Zone, thus showing a Panamanian "titular"
sovereignty over ou r territory.
Asto the question (if there be a question )
of
whether the Kennedy Administration
wants a socialist dictatorship in the United
States - we need only to read one publicat ion of the U. S. Arms Control and Disarmament Agency.
United Nations officials - realizing that
the massive outpouring of American tax dollars ( in the U ~ited States and abroad ) is
rapidly building a one-world socialist system;
realizing that most of that spending is done
under the guise of arming to resist communism; and realizing that the Kennedy
Administration is determined to disarm the
U nited States - grew concerned about the
reduction of American governmental spend ing which disarmament might bring.
On September 22, 196 1, the UN Secretariat requested that the United States furnish
information on "the economic and social consequences of disarmament in the U.S." Kennedy's U .S. Arms Control and Disarmament
Agency prepared a report to reassure the
United Nations officials. T he report, published
in July, 1962, says, in essence, that disarmament will not su bstantially reduce the spending of American tax dollars, but will deflect
t hose dollars into such programs as social
security, federal aid to education, urban renewal, financing mass transit systems, expand ing public health and mental h ealth activities,
and increasing foreign aid channelled through
United Nations agencies. <B>
Only An Emergency Is Needed
Any thoughtful person who has watched
the arrogant and lawless behavior of the Kennedy Administration; its studied efforts to
deceive the people and the Congress; its habit
of appeasing foreign powers (particularly
communist and pro-communist powers) by
sacrificing American national interests; and
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�its relentless drive toward the total socialist
state - reasonably fears that Kennedy might
t ake advantage of some emergency to make
himself a dictator, in accordance with the
plan which his Executive Orders have already
outlined.
T he May, 19 6 3, W heat Referendum (when
farmers repudiat ed Kennedy 's farm program,
in the fac e of Kennedy's threats and promises)
is only one of man y indic ations of a growing
political revolt against the Kennedy Administration. Kennedy has enough cunning to see
this. If his prestige and influence continue to
sink, what will he do in 1964 if he feels he
cannot win re -election? W ill he accept the
verdict of elections and surrender the power
so dear to him ? Or will he make himself a
dictator, by creating an "emergency"?
What kind of emergency could he create?
Since the temperamen t and disposition of
the President became apparent, in the first
months of his Administration, there h as been
anxiety that he might arrange a wa r for the
United States in 1964, if he fel t that necessary for his own re -election. This anxiet y is
by no means unfounded. It deepened in lat e
1962 when Kennedy made war- like gestures
about Cuba for the purpose of getting New
Frontier supporters elected to Congress.
There is another possible emergency already building up under the senseless and
ceaseless prodding of the President and his "'
brother, the Attorney General: an emergency
involving racial conflict in the United States.
Note this grim paragraph from the May,
1963, issue of H. du B. Reports, a newsletter
written in Paris, France, by the extremely
well-informed Hilaire du Berrier:
"The governments of Western Europe are
receiving alarming reports which touch on
America's internal stability. Their informants put it bluntly: A development has taken
place within the past few weeks which can
shake America, and a crisis in America can
endanger the West. The NAACP has con-
sistently expressed embarrassment at the
violence and anti-White declaration s of
another group, the Black Muslims, who
preach a distorted mohammedanism under
the leadership of a former factory hand,
Elijah Poole, now known as Elijah Muhammad. The NAACP's moderate leaders have
acquired both sympathy and support by
repudiating Black Muslim advocacy of terrorism and black supremacy. However, according to reliable reports reaching governments around the world ( though not the
American public), the NAACP and Elijah
Muhammad's followers have formed a common front, which means that the more violent leaders have assumed direction. The
focal points for a sudden, brutal outbreak
are now New York, Detroit and Chicago,
Black Muslim strongholds where for five
years Elijah Muhammad's lieutenants have
been organizing an elit e militia and stocking arms."
The Black Muslims
want negro supremacy, and openly advocate murder of white
people until all whites in the United States
are either exterminated or reduced to bondage. The NAACP has made an elaborate pret ense of "repudiating" the Black Muslims
movement, but there are many indications
t hat the NAACP and the Black Muslims are
working h and-in-glove: the NAACP warning that if their particular brand of violence
is not f ully supported , the bloodier violence
of the Black Muslims is inevit able.
U nited .States Representative Adam Clayton Powell (Democrat, New York ) , n egro
Chairman of the House Ed uca tion and Labor
Committee, is a life -member of t he NAACP.
Ye t he has openly associated himsel f with the
Black Muslims movement . He recently spoke
gloatingly on a national television program
abou t how the negro "has the white man
running scared. "( 9>
The head of the NAACP in Washington,
D. C. (where negro criminal violence against
white people is creating something akin to
a reign of terror) said, on a national television program in early May, 1963, that negro
violence is coming and that the NAACP will
promote the violence if whites do not immediately give the negro what he demands.
What does he demand? Absolute legal
equality with whites? Not at all! The most
explosive racial situation in America is not
in the South, but in New York City - where
the white man's right to own and dispose of
private property and his right to choose his
own associates have been violated to grant
negroes so-called "anti-discrimination" laws.
In New York, negroes have no trouble exercising their voting rights. There are no legal
barriers to school integration. Housing laws
make it illegal for private realtors to refuse
rental or sale on racial grounds. And "fair
employment" laws make it illegal for private
employers to refuse employment to negroes
because of race.
Yet, the negroes of New York City, prod-
ded by Black Muslim and NAACP leaders
and by men like Adam Clay ton Powell, are
more restless than ever before. Now they are
demanding enf arced social and economic
equ ality with white people - which means
nothing less than confiscation of the property
and earnings of white people (whose superior
abilities give them superior earning power ) in
order to give negroes what they lack innate
ability to earn.
In New Rochelle, New York; in Berkeley,
California; in Englewood, New Jersey; in
Nashville, Tennessee; in Baltimore, Maryland ;
in Birmingham, Alabama; in Detroit, Michigan; in Greenwood, Mississippi; in Chicago,
Illinois; in Washington, D. C . - all across
the land, racial tensions are growin g every
day. Everywhere, they are being prodded by
the whole pack of liberal politicians, both
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Republican and Democrat, who are jockeying for the organized negro vote in 1964.
This situation could become the "emergency" which projects John F. Kennedy into
absolute dictatorship.
What To Do
It may very well be that · President Kennedy will never try to make himself a dictator, or involve the nation in war just to get
himself re-elected. Despite the blueprint for
dictatorship already prepared by Kennedy's
Executive Orders; and despite abundant indications that Kennedy is capable of creating
a pretext for seizing power if he fears defeat
at the polls in 1964, it is quite likely that
none of this will happen. But the very
possibility - however remote - should be
removed. Congress could remove it, and
probably would, if there were sufficient public
demand.
Congress should abolish (by withholding
funds, if necessary) the whole federal civil
defense, and "emergency planning," setup. In
time of emergency or disaster, individuals and
communities would be infinitely better off in
looking after themselves, than in waiting for
direction and dictation from federal bureaucrats.
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ment. The corrupt, oppr~ssi)ve income tax
system feeds all the plans for socialist dictatorship in the United States. Cut off the excess
tax money, and the evil plans will wither and
die.
The public could demand that Congress
enact a law providing that all appropriations
will be withheld from any agency of government trying to initiate any program which
has not been authorized by Congress through
formal, constitutional, legislative process.
A Congress which would do t~t would
go further, and reverse the settled trend
toward dictatorship in the United S_tates.
FOOTNOTES
( 1) The Po zvers of the Presiden t as C ommander ill C hief of t he Army and
(2 )
(3 )
(4)
(5)
(6 )
(7)
(8 )
(9 )
Navy of the Unit ed Stal es, H ou se Document No. 44 3, 84th Congress,
June 14, 19 56, pp. 14 , 13 7-45
M ilit ary C old \Va r Edu catio11 and S peech R e view Policies, H earings
before the Special Preparedness Subcommittee of t he Senate Armed
Ser vices Committee, 1962, Part IV, pp. 149 1-2
Eighth NA TO Parliam ent arians' C o11fere11ce, R epor t to the Senate
Committee on Foreign Relations, April 8, 1963, p . 23
" Bet ween the Lines - Emer gen cy Planners," by Edith Kermit R oosevelt, T he Shreveport Journ al, N ovember 17 , 1962, p. 2
"Free Press Maintains C onfidence of Public," AP story by J . M.
R oberts, The D allas M orni11g Ne111s, November 1, 196 2, Section I,
p. 8
C on gressional Q uarterly \11/eekly R eport , May 17, 1963, p. 783
"Mexico Seems Sure to W in 'Chamizal '," by \'i'alter B. Moore, The
D"llas Mornin g N,•,vs, M ar ch 9, 1963, Sec tion 4, p. 2; " 3 5 Million
I ndemni t y For 'Ch am izal' Seen, " UPI d ispatc h from El Paso, T exas,
The Dall"s T i m es H erald, Ju ly 18, 1962 , p. A -6 ; Co11gressio 11al Record,
J anuary 29 , 1963, pp. 124 3 ff.; UPI dispatc h from Laredo, Texas,
The Dall"s M om i11 g News, Februar y 24 , 1963, Sect ion I, p . 16
T he Eco11omic a11d Social Co11seq11ences of D isarmament , U .S. Arms
Con t rol and Disa rmament A gency Publication No. 6, July , 1962 ;
"Woul d D isarmament Mean a Dep ression"? b y Em ile Benoit , The New
York Times Magazine, April 28, 1963, pp. 16 ff.
" T wo Ways: Blac k Muslim and N .A.A.C. P. ," by Gert rude Sa muels,
The N e111 Yo rk Times Magazine, May 12, 196 3, pp. 26 ff.


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�Laurens !) S.C
Jul y 31, 1963
Mr .A.llen-I-Iayo r o f Atlcmta
Atlanta , Ga .
Dear Al len ;
Hou are you eet t i ne alone mixing of t he rac es, you said
wc:mted a Federal l m p assed to i nforce mi xing of ·the rac es .Deep down
in your heart you dont b e l iev e in mixi ng o f t he rac e s,.Are 1 ou mi ght
b e playi ng poli'Gi c s are some game t o e;et b'lil.~iness i nter es t o r eain
somethinr else . You know if the Ci vil ri8hts b i ll are passed same
just want wor and nev er will . l:iixi ng o f the races anywhere want do ,
Iara lost to understand why the Goo d white people of Atlanta elected
y ou , you c ertainly hav e hurt the ercat City o f Atlanta on the gt and
you hav e ta_cen on the Ci vil riO'hts Question .
Do unu beiieve in t er marriac e s o f the rac es , if mixing of the raceq
or allowed same ·w ill brine inter Harria.ges, t hen our Country is gone,
·will be calJ ed a mix breed Country ,Oh how I hate see .Atlanta hurt
by yuur talks ,How would you like t o see thE: ilhi te Women of your
ere at City swim i n same swimming pools ·with black N e~ro men. That
would be awful . Hr McGill Edi t or of Atlant a Const i tution is in favor
of mixing the races 3 I understand he is a imported Yankee from the
North to Atlanta,He is t1°ying to tell the Good White Citizens of
Geo r ~ia uhat to do , I am :'.·lad to say the good white people of Geore ia
is not paying any attention to you and McGill also former l!ayo r
Hartsfield.:t-:ayor Harstfield was only playing politics for business
gains,That applies to you,I am happ~ to kn011 the white voters of
the g reat State of Georgia will not 1)..!1Y attention to you,and the
former llayor Hartsfield also McGill the Negro lover from the North
tryine to tell the good ·white people of Georeia ·wha t to ,You all are
only loosine your voice s peaking trying ¼ tell the white people
of Georgia to mix with black Negros .You'l'-4, Negro he is lfliff erent race
from the uhi te people and has different Ideas, \lake old man b efore its
to late,YOU ARE OLD AND SHOULD KNOW BETTER.I dent know if you are a
G orgia borned person,you might have come from the North,Time for
old man like you to Hake up 9 knowine mixins of the rac , j u-st want do
and Never will.
0
yours
���Apartment 5
1643 Briarc l iff Road N.E.
Atlanta 6, Georgia
July 29 , 1963
Mayor Ivan Allen
Atlanta City Hall
68 Mitchell Street S. W.
Atlanta 3, Georgia
Dear Mayor Allen:
I am writing to commend you f or your forthright and
c ourage ous stand on the President's civil rights legis l ati on.
At long l ast, moderate white Southerners have found a spokes man
who is willing t o ris k being unpopular with some in order that
he may follow the dictates of his c onscience.
There is n o d oubt in my mind that y ou will be condemned
by s om e peo ple f or the stand y ou have tak en. But at the same
ti me, I want you t o kn ow that there are some of us who are
terribly proud that it was the Mayor of Atlanta who ventured
t o stick h i s neck out f or the cause of racial j ust i ce . You
have d one thi s city and t hi s c ountry a great servi ce, and I
for one wi ll long remember you f or it.
tru ly,
Dan ie l Me rmin
�a tl an t &, Ga .
Au g . 3, 1 9 63
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Ivan Allen
ayo r f Atl anta
Atl n ta , G .
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Allen:
I be liev e t e City ii 11 1 s e x e cmtiv e off i c e is h i h enou t!::h t
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�WILLIAM L. GUYTON
39 INTERLOCHEN DRIVE, N, E .
ATLANTA
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Atl ant a Ga .
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Dear Sir.
r ewspa per a ccount of your t estimony in re gards the 'Castro Brothers'
lop-sided Bivil Rights Bill I read with disgust :-.nd lo . thini .
In their power mad eagerness to win fo r th emselves th e votes of a cl a.ss of
people who are ill fitt ed and mor.:l ly .md mentally unfit to vote , the 'Castro
Brothers:' arro~antly, contemptuously and otherwis·e utterly cdlisre~ard the Civil
Riihts; of de cent and respectable Whit es throughout the nat:i!on: Whites who should
h&ve the ri~ht to choos,e· their asso ci~t es; and· their chil<dlren 's ~.sso ciat es.
·God made Whites and God made c·o lored. In his infinite wisdom he did not mix
them. Today, unprinc-ipled Whit es have the effrontery to m.i x the r a ces a,s · though
t he Al mi ~hty Dod had made a mist a ke.
Oh how I loate~ a:arl despise such.
Between 80 and 85 percent of the negro race are morally, ment ally, and oth erwise unfit to have the privile~e of v-otin~.
They bre ed like c9.t s and do r;s -.nd a.re eas:ily led and influenced to vote in a~c
11,,loes- re~ardless: of the harm or b en efit to their state· or· nat ion.
Unprincipled politiciar11s who· do not hesitate to s.toO'p to anythin~ know this o
And because of t his: knowledie they woo the neiro vote with a Civil Ri~hts Bil l ~
foo.li:o~ the ne~roes; 'by pr eachin~ wh.i.t they d0 not practice o
How illum:inatini, how very illuminatini it would ' be to publicize the followin~:- How· many of the Kennedy children: children and r,randchildren · of Supreme
Court justices,: of l esser Justices: attend schoo-J.:a attended ,y ne~ro childrem..
How many of such children are taui ht by nep-o teachers?
How many of such children attend churches where negroes and Whites sit tor,ether?How m.my of the above named class r,o to negro doctors for medical advice?
How m;my of the above named class have: ne~roes livin~ in ho:ries adjacent t©
t heir homes , or even -i n close proxi mity?
How many of the above named class would welcome or encoura~e their children to marry into the ne~ro race, or vice-vers-.?
Just why are there no negroes .moni Kennedy's personal body~ards ?
Just why were no ne~roes included in Kennedy's recent trip a road?
Other thin~s, coule me ascertained and if. the truth were known- HYPOCRISY
oft-he worst ki nd would be uncovered ~ on~st those ent on er~ooninr; willy-nilly
down the throats of respe cta•le whites the nefarious 'Castro Sros, ' Bill.
If the ne~ro race only realiz·ed it , the respect ab·le White Southerner is a
far etter and more worthwhile .friend th.m the unprincipled politicians in Washton .md elsewhere.
I know n-e~oes .for whom I have a lot more respect th-,.n I have .for the
'Castro Bes •. 1 and the other politic-.1 hypocrites who foo·l the ne~ro r.ice.
IT IS PATHETIC, DISGUSTING, .nd NIUSEATING in the extreme to know and read
about th e l oud-mout hed Whites, who are traitors to their race and their nation by
supinely bein~ YES MEN for the 'Castro Bros.' in endorsin~ the contempti le CRB.
On the other hand, this n.tion should he more than proud of men like
Strom Thurmond and Donald Russell of' s.c.~ Geo. Wallace of Ala.,: and Ross
Barnett and Joe. P:-.tterson of Miss . All la.ave the c0ura.~e to f"itht for the aest
interest o.f this nation.
The t Cas:tro Bros. 1 and their numerous YES MEN should e sent to the Con~
where they belon~ ;md not be allowed to make a CUBA of Ailerica as they are doin~.
Oh how I loiJ!the and despise those who would rui this ~reat nation.
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August 2, 1963
Mayor Ivan Allen
City Hall
Atlanta, Georgia
Dear Mayor Allen:
The Atlanta Journal reported happily
Negroes had written to you approving
legislation while only 67 whites had
l ate you on your magnificent victory
does no doubt the high water mark of
political career.
Yours very truly,
~ ~==-- -=Pope H. Fuller
PHF/pl
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your stand on civil rights
opposed. I wish to congratuhere, representing as it
your mental, cultura l and
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August 2, 1963
Mayor Ivan Allen
City Hall
Atlanta 3, Georgia
Dear Mayor Allen:
For the sake of the record, I want you to know
that I disagree with your stand on the bill proposed by
Mr. Kennedy to take from owners and operators of businesses their right to serve whom they please.
It is my belief that if a man must be forced to
serve someone against his will that he should have the
right to force others to be his customer against their
will. Both ideas are completely unrealistic and incompatable with the right of free men who own businesses
and operate them.
Sincere1y
/?'%/n~;_,
Hubert L. Harris
P R E S I D E N T
HLH:jjl
�1355 Battle View Drive,N.W.
AtJ;anta 27, Georgia
August 1, 1963
Mayor Ivan Allen, Jro
City Hall
Atlanta, Georgia
This is not Thanksgiving, but thanks!
Thanks for going to Washington and telling the Senate
Commerce Committee to pass the Public Accommodations
Bill so the Federal government can control and operate
our private businesses.
Thanks for making yourself clear: "We've got to go one
of two ways -- we can't keep messing around." From this
statement, I assume you think the Federal government
isn't moving fast enough toward Socialismo
Mayor Allee, you did solidify the votes of the 200,000
people you represented in Washington, but you should
realize from the last Mayor's election that you are
assured of this support anyway.
But thanks for not representing most of the white people
in Atlanta, especially me.
. Since~el2t
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F. L. Graves
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H . LEON HOLBROOK
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August 1, 1963
Mayor Ivan Allen, Jr.
City Hall
Atlanta, Georgia
Dear Mayor Allen:
I am sure most people in this country who are interested in maintaining our constitutional freedoms, were
dismayed at your testimony before Congress in favor of a
Bill which would take away the right of the owner of private
property and business to sell or not to sell to whom he
pleases.
As you know, there has been growing encroachment
by the Federal Government on the rights of our citizens and
States as reserved to them under the Constitution and lest
we, without regard to political expediency,resist all such
further encroachment and reverse this trend, we will end up
under a dictatorship.
The South has always been the champion of States'
Rights and individual freedom and it was quite surprising to
see the Mayor of Atlanta advocating this Bill.
Very truly yours,
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Dean Boggs
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Somewhere in Georgia.
July 30, 1963.
D1::ar Mr. Allen:
Pleas e tak e note that I did not addr€ SS you as Mayor, for in my
opinion, and tens of thousands more Georgians, the only place you
could qualify for mayor would be Mount Bayou, Miss.
It is no secret, and is general talk over the state, that Hartsfiel,
Martin Luther Ki:rtsand the whole Negro Bloc Vote that plus some good
citizens in Atlanta that were blinded at the time of the fact you
wouM turn out to be another Benedict Arnold, put you into offtce. Now
Lhose good citizens are rueing the day they did it, and Hartsfield,
King and the Negros in general have such a strangle hold on you,
that you have to do exactly what they dictate to you.
You are not ayr;/'t,f Atlanta, you are only a flYes~ man to Luther King
and Hartsfield, and may God have pity on the City of Atlanta and its
e-ood citizens during the balance of your term. I onder ho you fe pi1
t-vhen you w1k down the streets of Atlanta and have to meet face to
f ace with the good people tha t help put you in office, kno ing just
Jr1ow they feel toward you now. Sure when your term _is up you will run
a gain, Luther and Hartsfield will see to that. Sure you will get all
of the Negro vote, but practifally none of the whi te vote, and thank
God theres not enugh Negros to put you in again.
After your trek to Washingt on, and the stand you took, ~ell ing your
City, your State ad the entire South down the river, you are just
~bout the most dispised man in the South.
You could resign, go crawl in a hole and pull the hole in behind you
c:1.nd let us all forget you ever exi st·e d.
Actually I feel sorry for you.
From a Georgian that i s ashamed to admit he lives near Atlanta, a s
l ong a s you are the ~Ye s~ Mayor.
�July 26, 1963


Mayor Ivan All an


Atlanta , Georgia
Dear Sir:
This morning as I was on my way t o work , I heard a
news broadcas t t hat r ather s hocked me. I heard a statement
from you regarding the Supreme Court decisions stating tha t
we had to go along and suppor t t heir dec isions. It seems
rather strange to me t hat we would have to support all of
t hei r decisions because from all i ndicat ions of the pas t and
present, the Supreme Court seems to be on the side of the
Liberals and the Communists.
Sinc e I have j ust finished reading "The Warren Impea chment
Packet" and found some very shocking and documentation on it,
I thought a man of your high standing mi ght be i nterested in
obta ining it and to read for yours el f just what is happening
in our Supreme Court of the l and. This is something tha t
every American who loves his country should rea d . Our
Bible tells us tha t?i "Ye shall know the truth, and the truth
shall set you free .' 1ayor Allan, I pry tha t you will have
t he desire to read this pa cket not only f or your s ake and your
familJ but for the people you a re serving in city government.
May God bless you and give you a burning desire to seek
the truth.
Very truly yours,
143.215.248.55
THE U. S. SUPREME COURT
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Before I start my next year ' s crop, I wou.1d like to get things
straight , as the Supre e Court has changed maJly things that our
Constitution and Fore Fathers stood for .
First : I would like to sell ucy· hogs, but all of the are whit
and I don ' t kno
hether I can sell my hogB unle&s I have an equal
number of black ones to go along with them .
Second: I would like to know if I ill be pre itted to plant white
and black peas in separated rows of equal lengbt, or ill I have to mix
them together?
Third:
ould it be permissable to seperate my white and black cattle
by use of fence . or do I have to let them run togeth~r?
Fourth : My white coon dog won ' t hW1t with ID¥ black dog . Should I gt
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coons~ and the white dog won't hunt birds. Do you suppose the judge can
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right . I want to l arn the ational Anthe ver ion so I can be 10~ right.
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I will send you to the Pro ised Land. tt
ount your aas
and
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ass, lit:,ht u!, a c~ilel, this,!!!. the Promised .Land."
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I wish I were free.
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rl't \111, hl'II ,aid wa , J!Olll' with tht· "inrl.
I -.iy ,tra11cd~·· bcc.rn,t· fe" , f them p,irBoom Town
111iµared in tho,c day,. Su many ,peak of
Peachtree Street was never before li ke
magnolia, .incl beautiful ladie~ :incl ,oit
thi,. Handsome st11nt'-and-1dass uffi,c and
night, and ,o many of them had only
apartment buildinK, are ,proutin11 all ove r
hookworm :ind povert) . We in Atlanta
-\tlanta. In thr pa,t two years \\orkmcn
havl' been movini:: and izetling ,omewhere
put the fmi~hinl! touthes on such major
O\Cr thr year,.··
new duwnto,1 n ,t ruct ure, a, a ! ! -, tory .
I· ori::et ting the pa,;t. -\tlant a ha, ,1cl
$11 million .\tlanta .\1e rchand1,t: .\tart.
,omed the intlu:'< of :-:orthern husincs, and
and a .,1-,tr,ry ht:adquartcr, for the Hank
hlood thar h;l\c iziYen the city a rn,rnooi Georgia . loirie,t ~ky~rraper in the
polita11 .tir :1 110 011tlook. :--:n major ~nuth~· outheast. Thi , yc:ir rn~· nffili:tl, rxprct
l'rn I ity hn, n1a n:.iizect to inte~ratc it , ~,·.
to i,sue arounct $1 !O mill ion ,, orth of new
(?roe, ,o 11cll .tnd ,o ,moothly . . ·u1 ;1 ,111gle
hu ildin!! permit,. From r,1·0 to ,.,1,0 metugl) inrident 1n.1rred rh.e J-Ull'U'llisw uf )
ropolit a n Arl.inta·, pvpulat i,,11 iumpcrl
,rhool, l.1,1 , ..
'-hruc, .\(;l\·or :\lien .
40', lo r .o r;.J.'~:-1 and i, ,till i:r, ·.11111,( at
the !;1 "
a, , ,11 tht· liuok,. :ind 1t
the r:ite oi ., o.ooo a yea r. Th" ~r:iriou,
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t ion's ne,1·e,t ho"111 town ancl m., naL:l'd to
hel'n k111d It> \tlJ11ta. lfrr:iu-1• it i, 1.050
turn the trick without lo:;mg hn poi<c hr
It. nhmc -l',t 1,·,l'I- next to IJt•n ,·e r the
showini;i an ankle.
hii:h1·,t hil! ut, 111 the l' ." .-.\tlanr:1 csNo Playboys. ·'Thnl, ;1 • u. taincd
, .tpt·, r lw t·nnLrl 11111 ~nur hern hl'a t. h:1~
dri,·e here th:it retain, a ,t'n,1 ,t ,·.d ue,
11 1, ,·r;1L:,· \11..:11, t 1,•mpn:1f11n .,j only
,ay. Editor E,i;.:,·ne l'artcr,011 , 1 the \
\ 11d .\ I.. 1.1. 111 h 11,·" ::-!o mitt11J1
lan1a C1111.,t1/11/1,111, ·· 11 ·~ not the Hou,ton
,ict nirport 111,I 1; r.1ilro:1d linl',. ha, the
' go-i;io; the dri1·e i, herl' hut !ht hr:ishncs
i:ood fortune t,, . it 111 the middlt- of the
1, not.· · :Murh of .\t Ian ta ·s stahility under
,out hca-krn 1<'l(iun ut the l . .:-. t h;1t i~
rhanl(e come, from ih husines, leader~
,,1·itt lv ht·w111111g indu,trial ized .
.-\tlant:i is ,1111 rt·co,·erini: from the J une
~u, h as Rohert \\'nod ruff. Cora-Cola ·~ retired chairman. and Richard Rich of
jl'l liner unsh 111 Frante tha t killed 10:; oi
R1th's. the South's largest department
it s citizrn, . 111dudi11g many of the ri ty',;
ru lt ur,tl lead n ~. Tht:, 1tv rercnth· suftercd
~tore . who have long made no-nonsense
civil enterprise an Atlanta tradition. '-This
a ,eth:irk ul another kind 11h;·n ,·otrr,
is not n playhoy'. town and it's not a
turnecl dm , n :111 :<~o rni llton bond i,-ue '"
cocktail-at-lunch town.· · . ays Ma yor Ivan
llnance a \\'ide ,·:_iriet~· of homt' 1nunt~·
AJ!en Jr .. himself the former pre,iclent of
1mpro, ·e111rnt, . including nn elabo rat e lulthe South's largest office-supply firm.
tural center. L.1 , 1 ,,eek the leader,; were
" This is a b usine sman ·s town.
l,laminiZ the defeat univ on thcm~e lvc,.
It is a lso a town that honors its tradi~aid Editor T'attcr,on: .:It wa, overconfttions "'ithout hecominr,t mired in them.
den,c We had succeeded for ,o long r
"The besetting sin of the South is worthought we co uldn't fail. Therefore we
ship of t he South." says William Hartsd1dn 't spell it out to the voters the way we
field. mayor of Atlanta from I93i throul(h
. hould have. ~ext time we'll do it rir,tht.
On the ha sis of past performance~. there
1961. Strana::ely. many people in the
South today wor~hip the day that Margaseem, every chance that they ·will.
CITIES
TIME
THE WEEKLY NEWSMAGAZINE
(Issue of August 17, 1962)
Talks About
Our ATLANTA
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ATLANTA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
�1775 Alvarado Terrace , SW
Atlanta , Georgia 30310
August 1, 1963
Mayor Ivan Allen, Jr.
City Hall
Atlanta, Georgia 30303
Dear Mayor Allen,
You ought to be ashamed of yourself - going to Washington
trying to curry favor with the administration while your prote ges
continue to harass Mr. Leh, one of Atlanta's finest citizens,
a tax payer and businessman who feels that he should be allowed to
determine whom he will serve in his restaurant.
You wouldn't have been proud of these agitators if you
could have seen them last Friday afternoon, as we did from our office
window, as they sat in the middle of the Forsyth- Luckie street intersection and blocked traffic for thirty minutes or longer, and then
allowed themselves to be dragged like animals and thrown into the
police wagon.
It was a frightening and explosive situation. Many of those
in the crowd that gathered were very angry, especially the motorists,
and it would not have taken much to have touched off fi ghting and
bloodshed.
Within less than a block of Leb' s Restaurant the r e are two
other r est aurant s and a c afeteria that have desegre gated, but obnoxious
pickets are still allowe d to torment Mr. Leh.
You ar e askin g Con gress to pass ·the civil ri ght s bill so t hat
you can f u lfi ll your a lleged promises to the Ne gro vote r s when you were
campai gning, and then di s mi s s it by sayin g wha t you did about schoo l
desegre gation . (Copy of arti cle i n TI ME i nclosed. )
Your use of profan i ty to s ay what you did in t he TI ME art i cle
is deplorabl e. In last Tuesday' s Atlant a Jour nal you were quoted as
us ing anothe r vul gar wor d . Ask our Juvenile Court j udge if that is a
good examp le f or a mayor to set f or the young peopl e in hi s ci ty.
Yours very truly,
P. S. Were you proud of t he way the Satur day Evening Post advertised
their article on Atl anta - "Atlanta Hell-Bent for Culture" ? It sounded
to me as if they were making f un of us. At lant a i s fast l os ing all her
culture and refinement and I ' m depressed over it. I have l i ved in
Atlanta since 1905.
M. L. D.
Copy to Senators Thurmond, Russell and Talmadge
�Shreveport, La.
July, 27, 1963
Mayor Ivan Allen Jr.
Atlanta, Ga.
Dear Mayor Allen
I see by the papers you are advocating the passage of Big Bad John's civil rights
legislation. Mayor Allen it must be very hard on a man when he can't go home and
look his family in the face and tell them he hasn't got the backbone or guts to
to stand up for what is best for both races. I sincerely hope I never get that
weak kneed.
It sounds to me that you have been in many conferences with Ralph McGill , the
professional intergrater and agitator. Do you know what would happen if 3hreveport
had a newspaper like Ralph Mc§ills paper. We would tar and feather him and run
him out of town . You would not last until the next election i n Shreveport,
You have
you also
y ou were
we would
completely sur r ender ed your freedom to the Keenedy's and in doing so
surrendered the fre edom of the people of Atlanta. I am so thankful that
not around .dur ing the Boston tea party or during the American Revolution
st i ll be under the thumb of Englarld..
Mayor I'll tel l you and al l t he Kennedys s omething. There are st i l l a lot of good
· red bloode d americans i n thi s great count r y of our s and we are going to fight you
and t htt:Kennedys as long as ther e is a breadth in us.
I fail to understand how you can support sending thous ands of troops in Mis s issippi
to support a decision unconst itut ional and at the same t ime back away from sending
troops to enforce the Monroe 0oct rine i n Cuba.
I have not heard you are any other of the do gooders open your big mouth about
the american indian. This is the most discriminated against american living today.
I wonder why some one has not championed f or his cause. It could be that he doesn't
block vote like the darkie.
I wish you luck Mayor. Perhaps you can tell your daughter she has got to accept
the negrot as her equal and perhaps she may even marry one and just think your
grand children could be one white and the other black. I do not expect to hear
from you, because you knoww I speak the truth. If you have ansewers I would
enjoy hearing from you .
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2722 W. College
Shr eveport, La.
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Mayor Ivan Allen
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Atlanta, Georgia -1
Well Mayor Allen ,
How does it feel to know that four years from now you will be
elected mayor again by majority of the Negro vote?
Granted you became a pretty smart fellow that "awakening" night
when you sat down in deep thought of how you could be sure of
another four years in office, when it suddenly dawned on you
that the Negros were "a sure thing". If you catered to them they
would be your meal ticket for another term in office. Smart
thinking, mayor! Good show! Of course what the South and the
"minority" white may have to say about this doesn't count now;
they may have at one time, but not now, right mayor? Good boy !
Naturally we both know that what does count and what we must bear
in mind constantly are four main things, such as: #1. the thrill
of a Kennedy handshake and smile that leaves you tingling all over
with happiness; #2. money money everywhere (in your pocket); #3.
your famed from ear to ear smily picture in the daily headlines;
and last but not by any means least #4. the Negro vote - whatever
you may do, mayor, don't forget the Negro vote!
Now if you keep all these four thoughts
very well for yourself. Just don't let
like for instance , letting wha t Atlanta
rul e) f eel s or believes in get into t he
of pr ivate enterprise. No mayor, don't
i t t o yourse l f ) l ike we did who el e cted
disa strous public mi stake is enough for
crow while you are in office.
in mind, mayor, you'll do
anything else creep up,
(you know, the p l ace you
newspaper s , or the r ight s
show y ourself a fool (keep
you into office . One
the f our years of eat ing
Be ca reful now may or, a nd don't t ake any wooden nickle s or white
v otes ! Watch y our s elf.
Sincerely put for th by one
who did not become a traitor
to the South, bu t who , alas,
voted one to office.
P.S.
Won ' t it be wonderful when Kennedy comes to Atlanta as he
plans. Then you can have your picture taken with him and
put on the front page. However, don ' t get carried---;;;ay like
the French do , and kiss him on both ~heeks •. That might look
naughty. So do try to restrain yourself ( i n front of the
press anyway).
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July 27,1963
Mr. Ivan Allen Jr., Mayor
City of Atlanta
City Hall
Atlanta, Georgia.
Dear Mr. Allen:
Your action before t h e Senate Committee investigating the
Kennedy Civil Right Pack age prompts me to write my first
lette r o f p rotest. I am not a member of any Citizen's
council, KKK or other segregation organization. I have
actively supported Ernest Vandiver, Carl S anders and othe r s
that s tood for a moderate approach to the racial q uestion
i n the S tate of Georgia. Neve r -the-less it is app a l ling to
me t hat a successful b usiness man, native Georgian, and Ma y or
o f o u r l a r ges t city could go b efore a nationwi de audience and
c o mp l ete ly c o n t radi c t t he views o f such d i stinguished Geor gian s
as S en ator Rus se l l, Congr essm a n We l t ne r a n d Gove rn o r Sanders,
who are conduc t ing the f i ght for o u r econo mi c exi ste nce.
I respect your right to your opinion b u t as an independent
business man I must pro t e st your public stand on this issue.
So far at l e ast , as a b usi ness man, I am not compelled to do
business with your company and I a m today instructing the
Atlanta and the Macon offic i e s of the Ivan Allen company to
remove my firm from their list of charge c u stomers.
I sincerely hope for the best interest of Georgia that the
people of the City of Atlanta can secure in the future leadership that will continue to support some moderate principles
without a complete sell out to the super-liberals who would
eventually destroy one of our country's basis freedoms - freedom of association.
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Mayor Ivan Allen
Atlanta.I) Ga.,
Dear· Sir:
I
am not a person who habitually writes letters, nor am I an
uneducated race baiter.
However, I cannot help but say to
you th8t I think you are
a
disgrace to Atlantao
It is vecy
evident to all concerned that you are willing to undermine one
of the basic freedoms of our country in order to gain the
.Negro vote.
Anytime a man puts his mo ney , time, sweat and tears to building
a business he has the right to serve and hire whom he pleases.
If his consience does not tell him to serve Negroes, Whites,
Yellows or whatever, that's his privilege under our American
system.
I am for freedom for everyone, but you can't take freedom
away from one person to give it to another.
Long may our American freedom live in spite of the likes of you.
Sincerely,
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�Atlanta,tie..
July 27.1963
Mayor~Ivan Allen:
Atlanta,Ga.
You are wrong when you state Atlanta is for the President's Civil Rights Bill.
You are speaking for your self not for Atlanta.
You better be sure Atlanta is for
the bill before you make such a broadcast to the world.
There is more against it
than for it. It is the worst bill the country is facing. And for me as a citizen
along with thousands of others are not for it now or ever.
We can see why you are for the negroes they put you 1n office. And you think
they will put you in again. I am sure the white people want. I fot one will not ever.
I did not vote for you the first time and want the second.
Sincerely,
A Citizen
�peach-t:,:ree doors., :i_::...c
PHONE 448-2171
ON THE NORTHEAST FREEWAY AT NORCROSS-TUCKER ROAD, PO BOX 19682, ATLANTA 25 , GEORGIA
July 29th 1963
The Honorable Ivan Allen Jr
Mayor of The City of Atlanta
City Hall
Atlanta Georgia
My dear Mr Mayor
I was indeed shocked and surprised to hear a telecast of your
recent testimony before the Senate Commerce Committee in
Washington. I assume this was your formal announcement to the
people of Atlanta that you do not intend to seek re-election
to the office of Mayor.
I was, to this point, pleased that I had a ctively supported and
voted for you in your election to this office. I fel t then and
feel now that the City of Atlanta must take a realistic approach
to all problems--and at this time, particularly to segregation .
There are moderates and there are extremists--extremists in both
directions .
I do not feel that our City has room f or an extremist-regardless of his direction.
For you to go before a national television audience and give the
impression that the City of Atlanta supports the very socialistic
ideas put forth by the subject legislation is absolutely ridiculous.
You are express ing a personal viewpoint and o ne that I feel must b e
p e rsonally inclinated . You c ould not have the interest of the
p e ople as a whol e at h eart .
T H E
ALUMINUM
S LI D IN G
G LA S S
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REVO L UT I ONARY
F IV E
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�The Honorable Ivan Allen Jr
Mayor of The City of Atlanta
Atlanta Georgia
July 29th 1963
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We are a small locally-owned business that attempts to run all
of its affairs in an orderly and equitable fashion. We would
resent government intervention of the nature which you are
supporting if for no other reason than pride. But pride alone
is not the subject at hand. Where does socialism stop?
I do not mean to be disrespectful in my expressions of opinion.
I am thinking these things and I am talking these things. I
see no reason why I should not write them and direct them to the
p e rson about which I am thinking and talking. I wholeheartedly
disagree with you and I am confident that far more than the
majority of the citizens of Atlanta do not agree with you. I
do not feel that the "block" alone can elect the Mayor of Atlanta.
Sincerely yours
J HJr/mj
�Ivan All~,Ma.yor of a Southern City,
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J uly 29, 196 3
Mayor Ivan Allen
City Ha ll
Atlanta , Georgia
Dear Mayor Allen :
RE:
CIVIL RIGHTS BILL
I see by the local rag that you have made another hit with Ralph
McGill, Martin Luther King , the Kennedy Dynasty, and all the other
punks who believe there should be no individual property rightso
Will our homes be nex t ?
c~·c rr
E. W. Ga rner, Jr .
2345 Mark Trail
Decatur , Geor gi a
DR 7 7653
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Wu l y 26 1 963 .
To his Honor The Mayo r,
City of Atlan t a , Ga .
Honorab l e Sir;
I just saw and hea r d you on tv and was both amazed and surpris8d. Could
there be so me mistake and it was th e Nayo r of Harlem . Y. speaking for
the kennedys a nd the ni gge rs r a ther than the ~a yo r of the Gr Pa t Sout he rn
City of Atlan ta. What will I he a r a nd s ei::> next i s there anyt hing l eft
that they wont endeavor to do .
':To nde r who vot 8d for you was it the ni ggers or whit e peo pl e . I kno how
your peo pl e mus t fPel about you r s orry a nd dis g rac eful pe rformanc e , and
I f ee l c e rt a in they will l et you hea r fro m them. Di d you ge t mad at Se n.
Thurmond whe n h e asked you a VP,ry sensib l e and pe rti ne nt ques tion. And
Why did you gey mad . To me you showe d your true colors. Vhen I see and
hea r peopl e like you an d Ra l ph Mcgi ll I ge t sick to my s tomach an d f ee l
li ke vo mitting . Ar e you one of Ralph McGills boys.
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Yours in shame and so rrow fior
you r disg raceful performance
A Son of the South and a
busi ne s s man who is proud of
his pro pi::> r ty ri ghts under our
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Landscciped Grounds. Establ·ished March, 1951 .
�ROBERT B. PASLAY
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Cleveland Law Building
Spartanburg, S. C.
PHONE 582-5086
July 27, 1963
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Hon . Iv an llen Jr
1.!ayor of Atlanta
City • al l
Atlanta,.Go.o
Dear f.ay or ;
Since the present Administ ration in Washington
has aone so all out for the so called Civil Rights Bill whi ch
is t~e wor st legislation ever offered by the o~~rnment we must
in ' 64 def eat this Admini strati on at all co st in it a bid for
re-election . How any Southern Whi t e voter could back this type
l eg islation is beyond anyth ing I can see o The Negro may be having his year in 1 63 but the \Tuite man will have hi s year 1 640
I vo t ed fon th i s A ministration in 1 60 as I
have always done but that i s the last time I expect to vote
the Democratic National Ticket on the trend t hey are going.
Let us all get together an fight against trying to give the
one-tenth of the votoers in this nation everything and forgetting
the other nine- te nths thereof.
In you City I have many kin peopl e , including
many first cousins, and the former SJ.Pi• of the Fulton County
schools was my ..!others first cousino I am going to write to each
of these and we a.re going all out to get the rights of the Whi t e
man re stored.
Lincoln said in 1858 in Lincoln Douglas Debate
8t Charlestown that ' I ~ not now nor ever have been in favor of
mak ing the white and blo.cij races equal nor of giving the Negroes
ri §;ht to vote, be j urors or intermarry with the wbi te s. That one
of the . races mus-t be superior and as for me I want to assign this
to the white race.
Do you recall the so called Ber in wall in
Atlanta between the Whites and the Blacks? Could you tell me
who vias ayor then ?
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Thosee that want to mix let them do so but
please let us not destroy 9/10 of our good White people to try
and satisfy 1/109
The late Bishop Fuller (colored Bishop) of
Atl.mta Ga. who died few years back was raised in Laurens County
with my Father who knew him from childhood.~ Father thought a lot
of ishop Fuller who rose. to establish colored churches all over
the south antl in Ohio~ We re:ppesented them in many law suits and
other matters and they always when here in Spartanburg ca.me to our
offices. ishop Fuller wanted no part of the mixing of the races.
How can anyone Vlhi te or Black that has any pride in his own race
want to mix it with another race. A man that says that the colored
race is on an equal With the white race certainly does not know
history. ,Ve must now go a.11 out to repair the d a n i aat
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Mayor I van Allen
City Hall
Atlant a , Georgia
Dear Mayor Allen:
I would be remiss i n my duty and responsibility as a lifel ong
citizen of Atlanta if I did not tell you how utterly distasteful your stand on the Civil Rights Bill before the Senate
Commerce Committee was to the average white Atlanta citizen.
You certainly are paying for the negro block vote that put
you into office. It is disappointing that a man of your
intelligence would stand up before such a committee and state
that you condone allowing Federa l force to deprive the pr vate property owners of our land of the right to decide how
they may use their property.
Surely, after being the segregationist that you were some
years back, you could not in your heart believe what you have
said in your testimony unless it be for the payment of a
political debt. We must stand for the constitutional rights
that are ours under the Consti tution of the United States.
Thos e in top offices, such as you, should stand for the
enforcement of our Constitution and see that the meaning
an:l intent of it is carried out until it is officially and
properly amended or changed.
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Mayor Allen:
I think you made a complete foo l out of yourself and the Great State of Georgia
by endorsing the Civ 9 1 Rights Bill made by the Kenrledy brothers and probably hel~ed
by Martin Luther King; , who has a bunch of Reds on his staff.
I will, and certainly none of my friends, not ever vote for you or anyone like you
who is up just for the po litical glory of what might be in store for you. Maybe you
will be elected to head King's New York office.
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July 30, 1963
Hon. Mayor Ivan Allen
City Hall
Atlanta, Georgia
Dear Sir:
I read every day in our newspapers such as this:
Groceryman robbed, Whiskey store robbed, white woman assaulted
and raped ••••• all by negroes.
It seems that you have created a monster, another Washington, D.C.
for persona] and political gain. Has it ever occurred to you that within a short time, we will have a negro mayor, negro councilman, and
negro chief of police? Then, may God have mercy on the whites and your
so-called fair and prosperous city. Even now, we are afraid to walk the
streets of Atlanta after nightfall. PLEASE ask your colored friends to
make some effort to be worthy of what you are doing for them, in return
for their votes.
A White Voter and Taxpayer.
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Atlanta, Georgia 30329
Augus t 1, 1963
Mayor Ivan Allen, Jr.
City Hall
Atlanta, Georgia
Dear Mayor Allen:
Unless you would be wil ling to take your family
into a swimming pool filled with negroes from all walks of
life, I don't believe that you had any right to change the
status quo at this time in opening the pools to negroes.
I pass through Piedmont Park eve r y day and the pool
is going to waste. We all know and deplore the use of the
Candler Park pool.
No, I wouldn 't like to be Mayor and ma k e the decisions,
but you chos e to be Mayor and I want to be put on record as
stating that I think you made a very sorry decision and also
that I think t hat your testimony recently in Washington was
ridiculous and that it did not reflect the thinking of the
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Atlanta, Ga.
Dear S ir:
I
a s deeply disturbed and disappoint ed when I read your
t es tiwony before the Congressional Committee favoring the
dministration 1 s Civil Ri ghts Bill.
It seems bbvious t ha t your pe ople do nilit share your
enchant ment at t he results of t he de-segregation of t he
beautiful cit y of
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Committee , s urel y you would fee l no need for federal laws to
keep your people from "ba cks liding ".
This bill would bring us t o t he brink of Totalitarianism,"
The taking away of t he rights of property owners is one of
t he first steps toward a Communistic state .
It is disheartening to realize how many politicians are
willing to jeopardize our form of government to obta i n the
Negro vote, or perhaps a political plum from this Administration .
The s t and you have taken on this ma tter does a grave
diss ervic e to our country.
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June 18; 1963
President John F; Kennedy
White Hou 9e
Washington., D. c.
Dear Mr. President:
The May 27th issue of U• .S. NEWS AND WORLD REPORT published several
articles on the Negro question .. This fine publication has consistently
told the truth about this terrible problem. In a previous issue it
uncovered the terrible conditions in Washington-; D. C. brought on by
integration - a condition for which our nation should "hide its face
in shame."
The Negro mess was started more or less by Franklin Roosevelt and his
wife.. It is unfortunate that such so-called learned people would be
so short-sighted, particularly considering that they both came from
Eastern United States and he was educated right where slavery was
promoted and flourished.. Thi-s also applies to the Kennedy family.
History shows that one shipment of slaves was brought to Virginia
when it was a colbny. After that Boston was the chi'e f port of entry
with New York running a close second.
Slave traders sold slaves to planter 's in the South. The North was
not a good market due to climate; although a lot of slaves were sold
in the North. The South was sparsely populated - the plantations
were very large - so the availability of negro laborer s who were
accustomed to a hot climate was most encouraging. It is unfortunate
that our white forebears did not· realize just how much d.ama~ the
Negro would do to the South and to the entire country.
Some enterprising people brought mongoose into Hawaii a few years
ago; supposedly to kill rats, but now the mongoose is a bigger
nuisance than the rats were.- Surely bringing Negroes into this
country is a parallel ca-se. Their definit-e plan is to take over
everything with the thought of creating a new and inferior race of
people within the foreseeable future. .A Negro will probably be
pre sident of the United States in your lifetime, particularly with
the support given them by you, your brother Bob, and others. It
is too bad that we don't have men like Teddy Roosevelt and Woodrow
Wilson, really dedicated .Americansl with brains; "guts " and common
sense.•
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The- situati'on in Wa's hingtonj Do Co is a disgrace~ If you.;, your
brother, .C ongress and t he infamous Supreme Court cont inue as ih t he
past, the entir e countr y will be unfit for decent habitation, Our
schools have already deterior at ed t o such a ,degree that a great many
children are not g~t t i ng corr ect training~ A great many schools in
the North are "breeding spot s" for rapists and communistso At a
recent national meeting of the Do.A~R. in Washington the D. C. Police
Chief got out a bulleti n to each l ady attending, advi-sibg that not
one of them should go out after dark - should not go out even ih
daytime except in large groups - and should not get i n a taxi-'cab
operated by a Negro. Miserable politicians~ starting with "The Great
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White Father", F.D.R. 1 are responsible for this condition and why
can ' t you be wise ·ena>ugh to do something about it? Sot why not strive
to do something c·onstructive for your country inst ead of tearing it
down? Your family politi'Cal a·s pirations may make you rather infamous.
When I was about eleven years old (1909) I over heard my father t alking
to a frien~ .His name was Maj or Frederick Palmer .,- a West Pointer , who
spent a lot of t i me in the orient and was in the Sparli-sh-American war.
He evidently knew a lot about colbred people; that is,. Japanese, Chinese,
Filipinos and Negroeso Major Palmer made t his statement t o. my father :
11 One of these days the color ed r ace wil l subjugate the whi te race.• "
Fifty-four years have passed since I heard t hat r emark,, The Japanese
tried it at Pearl Harbor, and if they had followed t hrough cor rect ly,,
we would have be·e n in t r oubl e . The next time t hey, with t he Chi nese,
may not fail for they will have our Negroes t o support t hem. Donrt
think f or one minute t hat t he Neeroes won ' t support the yellow and
br own peopleo They wil l and i t could happen in your lif etime.
Mer edith, t he Negro suppor ted financially by t he N. AoA. CoP. (pr obably
the great est money- maki ng r acket of t he century ) was plant ed i nt o t he
University of Missi ssi ppi wi t h the suppor t of t he Federal Government
and the Supreme Court at t er r i fic expense o Mer edith was a disgrace
t o hi s r ace on Meet t he Pr ess on May 26tho Wha , ha s been gained?
Nothi ng.; f or whi'te peopl e al l over the nation now have l ess compassion
for Negroeso Negr oes are pr oceeding with your sanction on a hate
ba sis. They mean t o be on the same level wit h white people at any
cost and will ruin our count ry~
Negro childr en are al lowed t o stay out of school t o parade and disrupt
normal pr ocedures and t hen allowed to r eturn to sch0ol without punishment o I f white children di d anything of that sor t t hey would be B Xpell ed. Negroes are getting by with t oo much and will gradually
destroy our schools and everythi ng el se. Whi te chil dren are taking a
belliger ent atti t ude, feeling t hat our miser able leader s are favor i ng
Negroes t o the det r i ment of t he Whitesa I t has been def i ni t el y pr oved
biol ogi cal ly that Negroes cannot mat ch whites and are inf er ior on an
average ment ally, morally and physically.. If you placed white chil dren
with iri.l d animal s or r at tlesnakes t hey wouldn 't do too well. The same
appli es to Negroes. They are just about a s abor iginal as t hose still
i n Afr i ca , except i n r are cases ..
�... 3 White people should rise up and -demand reverse action on the part
of the Supreme Court or demand complete impeachment, including you
and your brother. It i.s ironi'c al that Black,. of the Supreme Court,
was a Ku-IG.ux Klan member until his appointment by the. "mighty" ·
Roosevelt. Now, .he is on the Negro's side. He won't be alive much
longer and doesn 9 t care what be·comes o.( our country. Warren and
the rest of the Supreme Court are weaklings too., So.~ our country
is really in a mess! It is a disgrace that hardly anyone 1 except
Negroes., have any respect for our Supreme Court or our Government.
How can they when you consider the Negro pr oblem and the Cuban
situati·on? One hundred thousand Cubans were allowed to come irit o
Florida and with about a million Puerto Ricans already here.; mix
wi:th the Negroes and cause a situation in the United States that
makes every white person - North, South, East and West - sick ·
at the stomach. Is it possible that the Catholic Church was
responsible for the Cuban sit uation to further the Catholic cause
and in time get more power in the United States? Think all of
this over and ·s ee if you can't do at least one constructive thing
for our countryo
Th:e South i:s absolutely not responsible for the Negro mess. The
politicia:ns and certain unscrupulous rrewsmonger-s are the cause of
it all. The South is burdened with about 30 per cent Negrn population. Certain Northern . areas ar e getting a taste of it., but blaming
everything on the South. It is ·easy for politicians and certain
Northern people to tell the South how to "reform";. but subject those
same people to contacts with Negroes and they "wilt like a wet di.s h
rag."
By the way, if certain of your demands are met in the South, would
you guarantee that all Kennedy children are immediately placed in
integrated schools in Washington.,. D. C.? Also~ · all children and
grandchildren of Senators and Gongressmen? . Will you guarantee that
white people who have moved from Washington-; D. Ca be forced t o move
back and live closer to Negroes?
Mr.. Pre sident, you know what I mean; but I will wager t hat you will
laugh at the whole idea. Your childr!:!n won •t hav-e to go into public
swimming pools, eating places,, etc.; ·; where Negroes will spread
disease, disorder ~d chaosf tear down breeding, culture, intelli.'gence , etc.; Don•t you realize that white peoph~ all over our country
won't put up with it any more than ~our family will ? Don't be a
hypocritl I have respect for your position, but God. help our countr y
if something is not done to curb ambitious Negroes. Why should an
inferior minority gr oup be allowed to take over? Senator Russell
certainly has the right idea.
Get the cobwebs out of your mind, man , and do some r eal t hinking
instead of polit icking. I am sorr y I must writ e you. I could be
more impressive in personij
Jack Rushi
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�August 6,1963
Dear Louise
What in God's name has come over Ivan?
He has betrayed us in every way known to man, and if we
try to talk to him we get no satisfaction at all- in fa ct
I'm about to reach the point of being afraid t o talk to
him.
He and I have grown up together and been friends-good friends
since 1941. Your family and mine have been to games together
and drank coffee out of the same thermous cups- we've been
solid citizens together- supporting the same activities, both
civic and school for too long a time to part now.
Did my family ever more than campaign for Ivan? You know
it! Actively. We contended he was the man Georgia had been
waiting forThis is not a crank letter Louise. I write this appeal to
you because maybe you can get to Ivan. We've ta lked about
Ivan 111 someday being governor of Georgia, but ugh! Now
the problem is getting the Alle ns to show their true colors
and forget politics for principle.
This is the third time I've written, but twice before I
could not mail an unsigned letter, and Ivan can hurt me badly
if he chooses. so I would'nt sign and therefore would'nt
mail 'em. This time I'm forced to sign my nickname. I hope
you understand.
Kindest personal regards,
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Dea r Mr . Allen:
I was not sun r i se . when I hea r d over t he.· ne\\T S and. · read i n the
Atl anta papers of· y.c>ur indorsement of ennedy I s Ungod l y , Unde mocrati c ,
nch ri stian Una mer:i..ca n; '· ·unconstitutiona l , Commun is tic rac e mi x i ng
civ i l r i ght; b i l l . You wer e t he only po lit i cial fi gure from the
sout hern St a t e s, A l one \ Olf a l l by yours elf, a git at i ng , encourg i ng
a ny such ungodl y unc hristia n , undemocra tic , Unamet i ca n, Uncon stit utiona
Russ i an dom i na ted , Communs i t ic, f reedom dep riv in g unlawful mess .
·r. Allen; yo u ca ll yourself a Democr a t and then support a ny
such l eg i s ation a s that. That ould deprive all business p eople of
an y say- so over the i r business ~ha t so e ver . The Attorney Genera l
l i t t l e Bobb y K ennedy could come i nto any st a te a nd
t a ke over . The Go v ernor ' s word nor yours wo uld not be a ny ore tha n a
p uff of v, i nd . ll.lhat would be ho w much attentio n he vrould pay to a ny
thing the Gov onor you a r e any other a yor would say . I f he a nted
to clo s e your business up he woul d do i t . t v ould not ma tter t o him
a bout yo ur wife or children whether they would s uffer on a ccount of
their f a ther be thro wed out of busines s on a ccount of communist
d ickt o rial powe r s t hat had been devoted to hi m by s uc h men a s you
a nd l ot oth er s .
You test if i ed be fore th e ~ena t e Commerce Comm itt ee tha t f a ilure
by Congr ess to pass t hi s civil r i ght s bil l would ean oul d mean a
ne s t a tus of d i s crimina t i on . J us t wha t a bo ut Di scriminat i on , how
much disc rimi nat ion do you practice . How many ni gge r girls cl erks
or t yp i es t .do you have i n your of f ice , how many do you t hi nk Bobby
or J ohn Kennedy have i0,nt hei r off i ces , j ust like you mot any. The y
are l i ke you, the y do n ' t p ra ti6e 0i t them se l ves , t hey want to pus h
off on some one e l se . Som e o ne el s e do n ' t li ke t o mi x- up o r
associat e wi th n i ggers any more than you do .
I j ust can I t se e how you and t he Ken nedy boy s being a mwmbe r
of the bite cauc usion genti le race coul d t ur n your back ~pen your
race , hi ch inclodes , your f a t he r and mo t her , your wife and children,
your brothers and sisters and other relita tives and fr i ends .
I am a business man. Just how many business people do you t hink
would vote for you , fo r any t hing af t er endors i ng any such communistic
legislatiu n as that . Any man , or any one ho stamps his apcroval on
such legislation as that is indorsing blood shed , mob vilance ,
disrespect , dishonor to law and order . Disresnect to the officers
of the law.
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, hat is old art i n Lut he r King, noth i ng but a low violatir
ag i tating ~nd encurging disresJect , d i shonor and disreguard to ~11
lav a nd order . Al:J. he is preaching is communism and over-throw of
tne ~-ovt-r-!J.Ji;,nt accordin Claud Li 0 htfoot a c0mmunist leader who \"as
convicted un~er the . ith acct. as a communist party leader said King
11 cl.S <::. commun1~t p-:.1.r ty leader seeking to overthrow the u . s .
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I BELIEVE I N EQUALITY,T~AT NIGGERS IS BETTER THAN WHITE FOLKS IS,
AND THAT THE WHITE FOLKS SHOULD PAY MORE AND MORE TAXES AND US NIGGERS
SHOULD HAVE MORE WELFARE AND NOW THAT WE HAS THE SUPREME COURT AND THE
U.S. ARMY ON OUR SIDE, THE LAW SHOULD NOT BE CHANGED ANY MORE. I PROMIS·E TO PRAISE McGILL AND THE SUPREME COURT AND NOT TO SNICKER WHEN
ANY OTHER DISTURBED WHITE FOLKS STARTS CRYING OVER HOW WE IS BEING .PERSECUTED. I KNOW MY RIGHTS AND THIS P~OMISE DOES NOT TAKE AWAY MY
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Atlanta 5, Georgia
August 5, 1963
Mr. Ivan Allen
City Hall
Atlanta, Georgia
Mr. Mayor:
It has always been possible for me to have political
differences with other men of good will and still maintain my
respect and admiration for them.
I regret to see, however, that the differences between
you and me regarding your testimony in Washington a few days
ago are so great that neither I, normany of the fine Atlanta
people who supported you in your bid for the mayor's office, can
support, understand, admire or respect you for this action.
The Atlanta Journal has reported that you are keeping
some sort of tabulation o f letters received from Atlanta and
other citizens regarding your posit:bn in this matter. My opinion
is that you are striking a blow at one of the fundamental
institutions of our democracy that could be just as damaging as
an attack from a communist or other subversive group.
Please record me as being 100% in opposition to your
position, and as being an active opponent of your candidacy for
any political office in the future.
Sincerely yours,
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A tlanta 5 , G e o1·gia
July 27th , 1963
The Honorable I van Allen, J r .,
Mayor of At l anta ,
City Hall ,
Atlanta , Georgia .
Dear Sir:
You were not voicing the opinion of the peopl e whom it
is presumed you are serving when you appeared yesterday
before the Commerce Committee in Washington, D. c. As
you well know, the business and the political interests not to mention the tax-paying masses - are unalterably
opposed to the Kennedys 1 pending Civil Rights legislation.
Playing politics , as a candidate or nominee, when running
for office , is anticipated but, once in office, it is
expected that , of all officials, the Mayor will represent,
speak for and protect the best interests of all the people.
Your performance, as the Chief Executive of Atlanta, in
speald.ng ONLY for political expediency, is inexcusable in
my opinion - and the people of Atlanta are due a public
apology.
In any event, I think the people are entitled to a full
and complete clarification of the apparent previously prepared statement which you read before the Commerce Committee
yesterday.
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CALHOUN
Attorney at Law
SAVANNAH, GEORGIA
OFFICES FIFTH FLOOR
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July 27, 1963
Mr. Ivan Allen, Jr.
Mayor, City of Atlanta
Atlanta, Georgia
hhas not been too long since we, the people, of
Georgia got rid of all the carpetbaggers and scalawags
in our State Government which were forced upon us after
the Civil War.
It seems as if somebody overlooked you and it hurts
me deeply to still find people like you who bring disgrace to the majority of the White people of our
State.
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Atlanta, Georgia 30306
.August 1, 1963
Mayor Ivan Allen
City Hal l
68 Mitchell, S. W.
Atlanta, Georgia
near Sir:
We have a few comments to extend relative to your recent testimony before
the Senate Commerce Commission.
Your remarks to this Commission were exactly what any citizen of Atlanta,
Fulton County,and the State of Georgia would expect to emanate from you.
Now people in all parts of the United States have been enlightened to the
fact that Atlantans have developed a profound propensity for electing
Cretins to represent them in the Mayor's Office. In this respect they
deserve precisely what they have, nothing.
Anyone who would embrace the sick philosophy of such insidious dolts as
Jacob Javits, Hubert Humphrey, Clifford Case, Joseph Clark , Kenneth Keating
and Company obviously belong t o the same cabal clique of "New Frontier"
social reformers who would integrate anything and everything thereby attaining a l ittle worldly Utopia where everyone is equal and lives harmoniously
by the Golden Rule. We trust these de spots will finally be satisfied when
they have eventually reduced .America to a second class nation of Plebians.
The framers of the United States Constitution would revolt in horror at the
attempts to warp and desecrate it by the radical progressive liberals. Given
time the American people will eventually take care of these tyrants at the
polls .
Yours very truly,
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�WILLIAM B. WELLBORN
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July 30, 1963
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1Y1ayor, City of Atlan-c.a
City Hall
Atlanta, Georgia
Dear Ivan:
I have always. een opposed to your policy in regard to the
racial situation : u·c I must admit that I did not think you
so e~treme as to testify as you did recently in Washington
in connection with the Pu: lie Accomodations law.
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~a yor Ivan Allen, Jr.
tlant a , Ga .
There's a n old saying tha t " e wery_,•man has his pricen and I' 11 be
wa tching you~ca reer wi th much int erest to see which niche yo u fa ll
in when your pre sent term expires----You might even be an mbassador
or something .
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l just a bout " chucked my brea kfas t " whe n I read wbat a Qui sl ing you
turned out to be in Washington several days ago.
No doubt yo u had a l r eady been instru.:nental in convinc ing many
business estab lishme nts t ha t teey should"throw the doors open with
the a ssurance tha t they would far e much better if they integrated
their plac es of business vol untarily and tha t it was inevita ble
anyway.
Now tha t there isn ' t the remotist chance of pa ssing this Communistic
bill, it really does p ut you in the vice doesn ' t it ?
I've always enjoyed 0 see ing worms in vice s " and I do hope that the good
people of t l anta s e e that you stay there unle ss you ag ree to crawl
ba ck" unde r the rock" from whence you emigrated origins lly.
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1• your lteliet nggers are equal ta wai te race,
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August 1, 196.3
Ivan Allen, Jr. Mayor
Atlanta, Georgia
Dear Sir:
I noticed in the Atlanta Journal of yesterday your mail
commenting on your testimony before the Senate Connnittee
considering certain legisl ation relative to Civil Rights
was 2 to 1 favor able to your comments.
I would l i ke to go on record as being in complete
DISAGREEMENT with your views and I believe that if the
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Mayor Ivan Allen
Mayor of Atlanta, Georgia
68 Mitchell St. s.w.
Atlanta, Georgia
Dear Mayor Allen:
Just want you to know that I, along with many other
Atlanta Citizens, disagree very strongly with the views
which you expressed in Washington recently before the
Senate Hearing Committee regarding the Civil Rights
Issues. I certainly do not feel that your expressions
represent the feelings of the majority of the citizens
of Atlanta. I voted for you in the last election but after
intergrating the Atlanta swimming pools and parksp instead
of closing them, and after expressing the views which you
did in Washington I don't feel that I could vote for you .
if you were running again today. As you know the views
which you expressed are contrary to the views of several
Atlanta organizations and among them being both the Senior
and Junior Chambers of Commerce.
It seems inconceivable to me that anyone could feel
that our Government Authorities should have the power to be
able to tell me and other business people that they must
accept as cu~tomers any who express a desire to do business
with me. I have the right to determine which merchants
I shall do business with and by the same token I feel that
any businessman should have the privilege to decide who shall
be his customers and who shall not be his customers.
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MR.IVAN ALLEN JR .
MAYO R, ATLA TA, GA.
M y de ar Sir:
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I was shocked and amazed when I r ead the attached article stating
that you approved of! the KENNEDY ' S CIVIL RIGHTS BILL. I CANNOT CONCEIVE
of A GEOR~I AN in his right mind doing such a thinge Triis bill wil l deprive
the white race of any private rights and will give t h e negroes free rein
to take over.
I erumot keep from wonde r ing how much the NAACP or the KENNEDYS
have
paid you to be a turn coat. THE CITIZENS of ATLANTA shou ld throw you out
and if possible banish you from the ST ATE of GEORGIA.
Enc l ose~ is a DAN SMOOT REPORT. PLEASE READ IT AND SEE IF YOU ARE IN ACCORD.
VERY SINC'EBELY 'P
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MRS . J6fIN S . HAMMONDS
�George 0 . King Sr.
4152 Powers f erry Road N. W.
Atlanta 5, Georgia
J ul y 31, 1963
Mr . Mayor:
I notice you testified in Washington fo r the ent ire Civil Ri ghts program. This is y our privilege; but I do not think y ou rep r e sente d the
gen er al thinking of the City of Atlanta and cer tainly not t he State of
Geo rgi a . The t rend is t h at the Mawor, m d oth er City of f icials fo r that
mat t er, must def i nitel y c ater to the negro vote to hold t heir jobs ; for
the simple r e as on t ha t the ~egro is going to control t he Cities. This
will probably be good for the St ate. Most of the w:J.i te voters are leaving the Citi es. The negros that are not going North are going :mnto the
Citi e s. I travel around quite a little and I find t he people are r ather
disgusted wi t h their Capitol City . This should c au s e consider able Jevelopment of r e si dential s ections ou tside of the Ci ties; and business, p articul ar l y s ervic es and ret ail , will f ollow. I look for consi derabl e development
of s mall towns in Georgi a . Rural Georgia, will stop coming to Atlanta for
recreation and trade, and p erhaps develop t heir own. They will make t heir
money in t h e Cities, sinc e t he Government @.d big business is t here, but
t h ey will spend i t elshwher e .
I find t his quit e true in ot her States , particularl y in the Pi edmont of
Sout h Carolina. This may be t he b e s t thing t 1at has happ ened to us so
far; it may be good.
In our own city t he good solit home owni ng people are moving out; most
of which are ci t y t ax payers and voters . They ar e being replaced by clif f mm
dwell ers i n high ris e apart ments; most of whom are t ransient; pay v ery
little cit y t axes, I under stand, and I doubt if consis tant voters. I also
no t i c e a trend for motels moving into t he City ; all of whom are non t ax
payers and non voters . Why do you suppose Lenox, Belvedere, and others
moved so ~
out; exc ept t o ge t nearer to t hese home om1ers moving out
of the Cit y . Of course, the Cit y i-d.11 try to f orce their way in on them;
but t his will take time, as well as ot her things will t ak e dtime and lots
of i t.
So, it is quite i nterest ing j ust to sit on t he s i a e line and wat ch this
Chess Game , with high stakes ; wit h all the Kings , Queens , Bishops and pawns,
and try to figvre the next Man ' s move.
So be i t.
Yours truly
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Atlanta, Georgia, 30302,
July 30, 1963 .
Mayor I van Allen ,
City Hall ,
Atlanta, Georgia , 30302 .
Dear Sir:
Refer ence is made to a porti on of y ou:e statement to the
Senate Comrn.er c e Committ ee r equesting passage of a pub lic accomodations l aw requiring all r estaurants, hotel s and other businesses to serve negroes . Said portion of your statement was
published i n the Atlanta Constitution on Tuesday, July 30, 1963 .
I can only c onje cture what was containe d in the par•t of your
s tat ement to the Com.mitt ee which was not pub lished . Could it
be that y ou a lso asked t hat Ge org ia be placed under martial law
to be g overned at bayonet point by Federal carpetbaggers and
Southern scalawags for the next century? As a perceptive man
of iiride experienc e , I d o not agree v1i th any of the nox ious effluvium which y ou poured out s o copi ously .
In this tarradiddle you said, 11 Je are fortunate that we
have one of the world famous editorial spokesmen for reason and
moder ation on one of our white newspapers. rt I suppose y ou meant
Ralph McGi ll. Well, Ralph McGill has the hollow title of PublisheB of the Atlanta Constituti on, by Atlanta Newspapers , Inc.,
oi...mers, the majority stockholders and board of dire ctors of
whi ch corporation, judging by it's product, must have a taste
for knic k -nacks . Ralph McGill is a bulbous hypocrite who whines
and moans , gripes and groans without end about how the poor
negro is dis criminated against . Now just how sincere is this
hyp ocrit e? Accord ing to the population percentages given by
you, there should be a negro editor and a negr o colwnnist on
the Constitution s t aff and three fif t hs of the front office
employees should be negroes . Why are such negroes not employed?
Your statement to the Senate Commerce Committee asked for
laws which would des t roy individual property rights, laws which
would require for enforcement the setting up of a murderous
dictatorship in what has been heretofore a free country. You
are an advocate of despotism and will be remembered as a cheap
political toady who sold out his own race. If you continue to
sniff at the political backside of Kennedy long enough it is
possible that you may be appointed to a position among the
socialist and communist-accomodator lunatic fringe with which
he has surrounded himself. Wbo knows? You may hit the JACKPOT.
nr. Mayor, your picture which appeared with the bilge referred to bears a silly smirk which I believe caused me to have
an attack of diarrhea . To conclude, I wish a pox on you and
Ralphie and the rebellious negro organizations which both of
you serve. If the two of you are not being paid to betray the
white race, then it must be that your silly brains have turned
to rotten mush.
Yours with contempt,
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July 29, 1963
Mayor Ivan Allen
City Hall
Atlanta, Georgia
Dear Mayor .Allen:
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We have read your testimony befor~ Congress.
Ra.ther than get into criticisms of it, w:e are enclosing a copy
of a letter we wrote Congressman Taft several days ago. We feel you
must not kn_ow of the adherent dangers of the legislation you are ·
backing.
If you will read" The Rise and Fall of the Third R~ich ", we are
sure you will more easily understand the viciousness of Kennedy's
legislation on Civil Rights .
Sincerely,
/Ill~!
R. G. Morrow, Jr .
Pr esiden t, Memphis Furniture Mf g. Co .
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The Honorable Ivan Allen, junior
Mayor of Atlanta
Atlanta, Geor gia
Dear Ivan:
I was astounded to hear on the radio that y ou
had endorsed the bill to eliminate discrimin a tion
in accommodations a ff ectin g interst a te commerce ,
but when I read your statement (supp lied to me by
Geor ge Goodwin) and the article by Pa t Wa tters,
I was very p roud of you.
You ar e to be con gr atul a t e d .
cc:
Mr. Geor ge Goodwin
Mr. William Farris
�TRINITY 5-5696
INCORPORATED
1421 PEACHTREE ST., N. E.-ATLANTA 9, GEORGIA
August 1, 1963
R. L. DOYAL,
CHAIRMAN
R. L. DOYAL,
JR., PRESIDENT
L . K. DOYAL,
VICE-PREs. -TREAS.
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Mayor Ivan Allen, . Jr.
City Hall
Atlanta, Georgia
Dear Ivan:
Just want to let you know that I am completely
opposed to your philosophy of life as expressed
before the Senate Commerce Committee recently.
The treatment accorded Senator Thurmond by the
Acting Chairman, Pastore, was outrageous. This
just further demonstrates the determination of
the wrongists (I don't call them leftists because
I have a left handed daughter and two left handed
grandchildren and many of my great athletes were
left handed.1 to go to any length to establish
a ll the principles o f the Communist Ma ni f e s to in
our government at Washington.
Sincerely yours,
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Atlanta, Ga. 30315
July 31, 1963
Ivan Allen,
Mayor? of Atlanta.
You say that the responce, in favor, of your ASSASANINE statements
before the Senate Committee is two to one in favor of them, ONLY
niggers, reds and pinks would be in favor of them as you put them before
that connnittee.
IF that unamerican statute was put on the books, it would finish the
few liberties that still remain to the American Citizen and make a
police state of the United Stat~s as Atlanta is today under your
dii,ections.
I was born and raised inside the city limits of the city of Atlanta
but I am beginning to be ashamed of that fact because of its dirty
politics.
I have been wondering HOW long it would be before you would be
assasinated for making such statements before a so-called FREE America.
You do not have to worry about me as I wouldn't put my life in danger
by trying to eradicate such VERMIN as y01.
I voted against you when you ran for the Office of Mayor and I believe
that I would have voted for a nigger before I would have for you as
they would at least have had the decency to have let the majority of
the population have~ rights left to them and not make a police
state of the city limits of Atlanta. I do not believe that they would
allo.,~ the nigger law breakers go scot free after they had been arrested
either, as many have under your regime.
I do not believe that I can express myself any stronger against your
stupid statements before the Connnittee, also the statement that we do
not have any more communists in the city of Atlanta than we have men
on the moon, I believe that we have PLENTY of them in Atlanta - look
at the number of whites that are picketing with the niggers and others
that are agreeing with them.
First Ammendment to the Constitution of the United States of America the freedom of speech.
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August 12, 1963
Mr. Harrell Stanford, President
West End Junior Chamber of Commerce
662 1/2 Lee Street, S . W .
Atlanta 10, Georgia
Dear M r. Stanford:
This will acknowledge receipt of your letter of
August 9th and copy of a resolution passed by the
W est End Jhnior Chamber of Commerce.
Sincerely yours,
Ivan Allen, Jr.,
Mayor
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�JUNIOR CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
622½ LEE STREET, S. W.
ATLANTA 10, GEORGIA
August 9, 1963
OFFICERS
1963-64
PRESIDENT
HARRELL G . S TANF O R D
3 139 M ANG U M L ANE , S , W .
AT L A NTA
11. GEORG I A
EXECUTIVE
VICE PRESIDENT
C HARLES YARBROUGH
VICE PRESIDENTS
M ARVIN McEWEN
BOB GURLEY
SECRETARY
Hon. Ivan Allen,3r .
Mayor, City of Atlanta
City Hall
Atlanta , Georgia
BILL BRAND
TREASURER
Dear Sir:
CALVIN DODSON
DIRECTORS
BUDDY RAGSD A LE
BILL STANLEY
BOBBY ALLRID
CHARLES HOUSTON
STATE DIRECTOR
SAM TILL
Enclosed is copy of a resolution passed by the
West End Junior Chamber of Commerce at our last
meeting. We of the West End Junior Chamber of
Commerce enthusiastically endorse the strong
stand taken by Se nator Russell in this matter .
Respe ctfully s ubmitted ,
PAST PRESIDENTS
D IC K B A RBREE
195 5 -56
BO B PR A TT
1956·5 7
D . D . EN DI COT T
195 7 ·5 8
W . L E W IS JO HN S ON
195 8- 59
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B OB B E NN ETT
1 9 5 9·60
BOB M OORE
1960- 61
J I M H AYE S
1961 · 62
M I CK E Y THAXT O N
1962-63
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Atla nta 3, Geor ~ia.
Dear .1r. All en ;
I am dis s a po i nt ed in your s t a t ements to t he Comm erce Comm i ttee .
Th ey did not reflect in an y way my pos it i on , or t hat of my f amily,
fr i ends, and a cqu intances. I am co nfi dent t ha t my thin k ing conforms
with a t le a st 90% of the white citizens of Atl ant a .
The only hono r a ble mo ve t h a t you c an now make is to advise t h e
Commerce Committie that your statements were your own and not t h ose
of t h e white c it i zens of Atlanta .
I also su~ge st correcting your statement wh ere y ou comp a red yo ur
v i ews to Sen at or Russel l' s vi ew. (~'f i ne i s fro m h ere in Atlanta) to
(mine is the same a s th at of t h e ne rew a git a tors in Atlanta).
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I ask t ha~ in the future you consider t he t h i nk ing of many
of t he citizens who elected you a nd not just t he minority gr oupe.
I hope t ha t y ou will ~ive t h is some thought .
Your s ver y trul y/ 4
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STRUCTURAL STEEL • BAR JO IST O STEEL ROOF DECK O INCINERATORS • LOUVERS • HOLLOW METAL • FLAGPOLES o LUPTON METAL
WINDOWS• CURTAIN WALLS O ORNAMENTAL 8: MISCELLANEOU S IRON • TOILET PARTITIONS• X-RAY PROTECTIVE MATERIALS o MOVABLE
P A RTITIONS O STEEL ROLLING DOORS O BUILT-IN FURNITURE • ALL ALUMINUM SWIMMING POOLS o SOLAR SCREENS o VAULT DOORS
K OPPERS DYLJTE REFRIGERATION PANELS O PACKAGE SEWAGE TR E ATMENT PLANT? • TRAFFIC CONTROL EQUIPMENT
�Atlantic mnmpany
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BOX
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ATLANTA
1, GEORGIA• TELEPHONE MU. B-1900
DILLARD MUNFORD
August 16,
1963
CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD
Mr. Ivan Allen, Mayor
City of Atlanta
City Hall
Atlanta, Georgia
D ear Ivan:
I was in a rush to leav e the meeting the other day which Ed
Smith had at the First National Bank, and I didn't get to speak
with you, but I did want to tell you how much I enjo yed your
forthright comments and free discussion.
While I don't agree with your stand on this matter I certainly
appreciate your forthrightness and admire your courage in
a real tough situation.
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