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�Decatur^ Area Mayors Blast Allen On 'Rights Decatur Mayor Jack Hamilton says Atlanta Mayor Ivan Allen was not "speaking for a metropolitan city of 1,000,000" did not speak for," said Mayor when he told a senate committee the other day that "his I rank E. Coggin of Hapeville.

people" fayor the public accommodations section of Presi Mayor Coggin is also a state sena tor from Fulton County. dent Kennedy's proposed civil rights legislation. Mayor Hamilton said he thought Other mayors of the area com

Govemor Carl Sanders, who fol "Mayor Allen wias .speaking as lowed Mayor Allen before the representative of a minority gioup senate committee, "adequately re in the City of Atlanta. His state futed" the Atlanta official's testi ment definitely does not represent mony on the civil rights issue. the sentiment of the metro area," Mayor Harvey Armistead of

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To Hold Gains, Mayor Says As perceptive men of wide experience I feel .t:onfident that you will agree with me that this is as serious a basic problem in the North, East and West as it is in the South. It must be defined as an all-American problem, which requires an all-American solution based on local thought, local action and local cooperation. The 500,000 people who live within our city limits consist of 300,000 white cibizens and slightly more than 200,000 Negro citizens. 'l:hat makes the population of Atlanta 60 per cent white, 40 per cent Negro. Th at 60-40 percentage emphasizes how essential it is for the people of Atlanta, on· their local level , to solve the problem of racial discrimination in order to make Atlanta a better place in which to live. Constitution of the United States. As the mayor of the· SouthUnder this Constitution we have east's largest city, I can say always been able to do what is to you out of first-hand experibest for all of the people 9£ this ence and first-hand ~nowledge country. I beg of you not 'to let that nowhere does the problem this i s s u e of discrimination of eliminating discrimination drown in legalistic Wqters. I am between the races strike so · firmly convinced that the Suclosely home as it does to the preme Court~sists that the public official. He is the mffeJ. same fundam tal ri hts must Y-'..~ A -';ailjlO,!_Plc5S ~ k. '/" be held by ev ry '.(\merican ~ m ~ ~ viewpoint, I speak citizen. CJ · of the problem as having been Atlanta 'e,a a that proves brought into sharp focus by dethat th ro e of discriminacisions of the Supreme Court of tion CWJ . s ed to some extent \"':' I use this "some (This is a portion of the exte4 1 a iQ.usly, . .. as we t ext of the statement macle t o ce 1 'Ve not solved all of the Senate Commerce Com t~ o

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mittee l ast 'Fri day by Mayor number of areas. This done locally, voluntarily, Ivan Allen Jr. of Atlanta.) private business itself! the other hand, there are tihe United States and then gendreds of communities and erally ignored by the presidents ities, certainly throughout the and congresses of the United nation that have not ever adStates. Like a foundling baby, dressed themselves to the issue. this awesome problem has been Whereas, others have flagrantly left on the doorsteps of local ignored the demand, an{! today, governments throughout the nastand in all defiance to any tion. change. It is true that Atlanta has The Congress of the United achieved success in eliminating States is now confronted with a discrimination in areas where grave decision. Shall you pass a some other cities have failed, public accommodation bill that but we do not boast of our sucforces this issu.e? Or, shall you cess. Instead of boasting, we create another round of disputes say with the humility of those over segregation by refusing to who believe in reality that we pass such legislation? have achieved our measure of success only because we looked Might Slip facts in the face and accepted Surely, the Congress realizes the Supreme Court's decisio I see it, our that after having failed to take as inevitable and as the 1 p in Atl.anta ...,·Q"""'<mll any definite action on tihis subour land. Having e•mhf'}r.J~ nd cons · am sure ject in the last ten years, to fail realism in general, we then t that our Ne ership is as to pass the bill would amount to out to solve specific problem desirous .,,..~illg addibional an endorsement of private busiby local coopera~tion tw civic and mic and person- ness setting up an entirely new people of good will al rJghfjl is any American status of discrimination throughsense representing r s. citiz~) by constructive I out the nation. Cities like Atlanta m<41 efine Atlanta's Negro might slip backwards. Hotels and Given~ Oct p as being realistic- restaurants that have already Atlanta's e s ognizing that it is more taken this issue upon themselves taken in som s rtant to obtain the rights and opened their doors might pliance with o ecisions, and y seek than it is to stir up find it convenient to go back to in other instan the steps have the old status Failw·e by Conemonstrations. been voluntary prior to any gress to take definite action at So it is to the constructive court action. In each instance this time is by inference an enmeans by which these rights the action has resulted in white dorsement of the right of pricitizens relinquishing special can be obtained that our Negro vate business to practice raprivileges which they had en- leaders constantly a d d r e s s cial discrimination and, in my joyed under the practices of themselves. They are interest- opinion, would start the same racial discrimination. Each ac- ed in results instead of rhetoric. old round of squabbles and demtion also has resulted in the Ne- They reach for lasting goals in- onstrations that we have ha o.i.f:i'.7..Qn . - ~ of m:abb' for mome ·.,. ~

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Aug . 1, 1963 The Honorable Ivan Allen, Jr. c · ty Hall Atlanta , Ga. Dear :r,,r,r . Mayor, I noticed a lett er on the window of Davis Brothers' Restaurant today which said that he was "shocked" at your testimony on The Civil Rights Bill that you gave before the Committee . I want to add to his shock my shame, and some of my neighbors who voted for you tell me that they would not vote for you again, that they are outraged by your stand on that issue , and also that you have spoiled the parks for their children and charging us a big bill for keeping the pools open to protect a few negroeis who are very likely overpaid for doing what they are doi ng alreadye Yours for defeat in the next el ection. Sincerely,

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E. English Thornwell, president of the Young Republicans, said Mayor Allen apparently "is now asking the federal government to solve problems which he himself has not had the courage to solve when the opportunity presented itself. Peyton Road is a good example." "I can only wonder why the meyor has becom-e so civil-rights minded all of a sudden," Thom: well added. " I do not share the mayor's lack of confidence in the people of Atlanta to solve their own problems," Thornwell said. "Atlanta will not slip backward regardless of what happens in Washington."

�A 73-year-old Negro man was shot to death b an Atlanta egro policeman after the elderly _man pointed a shotgun at the officer, according to police reports . 1 dfficer J. H. Amos repof te~ he fired six times Sunday at Walter olan at the Nolan home at 30 Burton St., SE. Mr. Nolan had fi rst confronted Officer Amos with a fou r-foot length of iron pipe when the policeman arrived to inve, tigate a distw·bance involving a woman and some children, police 5aid. ('~

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�vvv Truth Sinking In, Even to Editors? The Editors: It does seem to sink in to your editors that the South gives to all races equal opportunity but will never accept forced social equals with any but our choice. Over three million Georgians do not accept Atlanta's way of m ixing Negroes and whites and will never do so. - ·- HENRY T. LONG. Lavonia.

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The Editors: I am mailing to the Savannah Morning News my check in the amount of $100 made payable to the Bible Baptist Church of Savannah, Ga. This church was desecrated by a mob of destructive Negroes. The only offense this church , ·as accused of was believing God's cause could be served best by the whites going to their church and th.e Negroes to th.eirs. Is this possibly a sin? I think not. I. J. SCOTT. Opelika, Ala.


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�Allen Called 2-Sided on Racial Issue Fulton County Young Republicans charged Monday that Mayor Ivan Allen Jr. "did not speak for Atlanta" when he urged passage of thE) controversiaJI civil rights proposal now before Congress. In a sharply worded news release1 the Young Republicans, in effect, charged Allen with duplicity in racial matters and said he was courting favor with the kennedy aclrrunistration. The mayor appeared before the Senate Commerce Committee last Friday in Washington to urge passage of all portions of the Kennedy bill.

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"The mayor's plea for support of federal civil rights legislation opposed by nearly all Atlanta leaders, and by groups such as the Chamber of Commerce and Junior Chamber of Commerce," the statement said , " is in sharp contrast to his position on the Peyton Road banicade a few months ago, when he personally ordered physical separation of the races in that neighborhood." The mayor's position Friday in Washington " is just the opposite of his 1962 stand in support of county-wide elecbion of state senators in multi-district counties, a ,-1,;,,d= an,,.,,; :I; lv ;.iimerl ::i.t ' Tl-

�lntegrationists Set Big Atlanta Drive A~ Atlanta civil r ights group adnounced it is launchm~ a. new a_nd n:1ore intensive attack on racial s~grega.t10n m t he_ city with massive demonstrations civil di.sobedience, fastmg and tougher terms of n t · 'ti RaJph Moore, a past chairman ego la on. of the Committee on Appeal for Hall because qualified Negroes Human Right, warned of "massive cannot obtain employment there. ~e said, "Just replacing a demonstrations" and said 800-900 w~1te employe leaving City Hall persons already are available for with a Negro is not fast enough. mass street sit-ins. We need cotTective action." Spokesmen for the committee ~sked if this meant firing some white persons so that more Nesaid at a press conference late groes could g~t on the payroll, Monday afternoon it has become ~· _M~ re smiled and remarked, necessary to r9-5ort to such mea- I didn t say that. I said we need sures because city and business corrective action. " officials are draggi ng their feet and "Uncle Tom Negroes have infiltrated the freedom movement." / THE PRESS CONFERENCE ants nouncemen came shortly after 13 white and Negro demonstrators were sentenced to 34 days each in Mu n i c i p a I Traffic Court on charges of blocking traffic and disorderly conduct - disturbance. The charges stemmed from a demonstration last Friday in front of segregated Leb'.s Restaurant h th ..........--....._. w e~ e 13 persons J.g_t , down the !'1te!;ieclion of Forsyth and Luckie streets and blocked traffic

BE DID ASSERT, however, that ~egroes should be employed in ci ty go_vernment in bhe same ratio as thell' percentage in the genera! population.. He praised Mayor Allen for hi.s support of P resident Kennedy's proposed public accommodations )~w but added the mayor still has not exhausted his moral influence" in helping Atlanta Ne"achieve first-class citi-

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I In Rights F. ght WASHINGTON (UPI) ~ Mayor Ivan Allen Jr. of Atlanta broke cc the pattern of southern antago- ? nism to President Kennedy's civil 1 rights program Friday by urging ! Congress to outlaw .racial discrim- 1 ination in restaurants, hotels and c other private businesses, --At the same Senate Commerce 0 Committee hearing, Gov. Donald d S. Russell of South Carolina said d that enactment of the controver- e sial public accommodations pro- tl posal would aggravate race ten- ~ sions. VERBAL CONFLICT The hearing was enlivened by another conflict between acting committee chairman John 0 . P as- gr tore, D-RI., and Sen. Strom Thur- at rnond, D-S.C. The two engaged r in a snappish verbal exchange 1 when Pastore accused Thurmond of of asking "loaded questions to wh catch tomorrow's headlines." r Allen testified that Atlanta has made a start toward integration. !\ al But ihe said failure of Congress ~ al to pass an a.nti-cliscrimination Jaw ~r, might encourage communities m eg- where voluntary efforts have begun to lapse back into previous s - - segregation practices. ENDORSES BUSINESS "Failure by Congress to take defirute action at this time," the N Georgian said, "is by :inference ti, an endorsement of the right of pri- v vate business to practice racial ti discrimination and, in my opin- ty ion, would start the same old f' round of squabbles and demon- ,, ihow- strations that we have ihad lin the gges- past." ~ be owou.o.P. A ltA. .. ..----1

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SSB027 A MCA801 NL PD MACON GA AtJG 2 MAYOR IVAN ALLEN ATLA

I BELIEVE THAT I SPEAK FOR MANY GEORGIANS WHEN I SAY THAT IE AIE GREATLY DISAPPOINt'ED AND DISPLEASED WITH YOUR TEST!l!ON'l IN WASHINGTON BEFORE THE COMMITTEE eONSIDERING THE PRESIDENT'S CIVIL RIGHTS BILL• ~ AS A MORE OR LESS FREQUENT vxsrroa TO OU! STATE CAPITOL, SO!ETIME IN ASN OFFICIAL CAPACttY AND OTHER TIMES roa PLF.ASURE IITH !IY WIFE AND DAtJGllTERS, I RESENT YOUR EFFORTS. TO l:NTECIATE THE HOTELS, RESTAURANTS, THEATRES· ETC OF ATLANTA•

I REFUSE TO BELIEVE THAT YOU AIE VILLINC: TO Elfl'ERTAIN tm:ROES IN YOUR HOME. SUCH BEING THE CASEJ ARE YOW SO NAIVE AS TO THINK THAT THE PASSAGE or KENNEDY' s _BILL WILL SATISFY

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m c~o/)1/vTHE NF.GROEST I SAY NO. THE NEGRO RESENTS BEINQ Bl.ACK AND IS VERY UNHAPPY ABOUT HIS KINKY HAIR. BE WILL BE SlTISFlED ONLY IHEN HE HAS JULL AND COMPLETE EQUAL?rY INCLUD!NC: INTERMARRl:AQE · VHICB o; COURSE LEADS TO AMALGAMATION. I AH SORRY TO SAY THAT THIS PUSH BY THE BLACK UN IS I , BEING AIDED AND ABETTED BY THE CHURCHES AND BY THE VOTE HUNGIY

POLITICIANS THROUC:BOUT THE LAND. I THE WHITE RACE IN THE USA IS TO SURVIVE THEN IE MUST MAKE A STAND HERE AND NOW FROM WHICH THERE MlJST BE· NO RETREAT

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Mayor Ivro1. Allen, City Hall, Atlanta, Georgia. Dear Mayor

Allen;I s aw you n TV when y0u appeared b e fore a c np>essional committee to testify on the President's Civil Rights bill. Her at my summer home with several South Carolina fri ends,we wer e all SHOCKED and AMA ZED with y ur supp rt f the BILL. Must say, I waf GREATLY EMBARASSED when my friends s aid,"WHAT is t the MATTER with ATLANTA'S MAYOR? I enclos e a clipping fr m ur Atlanta n rthside weekly ,The Metr p litan Heraldwhich als further exprosses my sentiments. H p e that you will STUDY the bill and see h w it will affect IVAN ALLEN co. as woll as other business s. Yours f r GOOD G vermnent in Atlanta,

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Mayor Allen Must Not Have Read The Bill The kindest thing that could be said for Mayor I van Allen regarding his now famous support of the President's civil r ights bill before a congressional committee is that he had not read t he bill, as his speech clearly indicated. It was publicly announced that the mayor had been invited to t estify on the Jti.l1 tis.elf, but inste";a he macle a political-ty_pe a d ~ and in the course ofhls orat or y a~ ly en'iarSE;9. feder al legi§=.. ~ation . which wou for_£e privately own~ businesses to ope~ as t he Attorney-G,e neral of the United States seeS-fit. Weare° sure that businessman Ivan Allen would not want the thriving company of t he same name operated at the __.. ~

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~ of any u. s. Attorney·Generl:!:1. Atlanta r ung up another "fir st" last week when but that in effect is w~ ..-- the Mayor appear ed before the Congr essional Committee which is holding hearings on the P resident's Mea~while, h:re at home Negro demonst rators in seeking to t ake over a priCivil Rights bill. vately owned business also assumed t he The solid r ank of opposition of Southern sentiright t o take over the public street s and ment against t he bill was 'bent' not br oken, when sidewalks at a busy intersection in Mayor Allen went on ~ r d as favoring the biIL downtown Atlanta. T~ c was bl~ -ms-sur prising action shocked the community and general confusion was the order as into a r ash of speculation as to just what his P.olit ithe dem~ators stret ched out in the cal ca1:eer can possU;>ly gain from his stand. streets halting passing motorists.... There There are t hose who claim he is lookingrorward wasa near not as mot orists became imto a stab at t he Congressional Seat when and if patient irr-being unable to cont inue Fulton County becomes a separat e district and R epresentatives are again elected to go to Washing.ton. along t he downtown street s. Could this be part payment by the demonsk,ator:s There are others who staunchly declare that his for Mr.~ Allen's support of t he ,civil well-known ambition t o become Geor gia's Gover nor r~ ? Only time will tell. was the mo ~ng reason for his stand. The first r eason seems most logical. With t he ever-growing Negro registration in F ulton 8ou'\1ty it is more reasonable to t hink that his ambition points towards t he Con,g_ressio'!!,al s~ t rather t han the Governor's chair . Tr ue there is a tremendous Negro r egistration in F ulton County, but if what we hear is indicative of local reaction, we m ight just have anot her 'bloc' w~ og;.should t his come about . Just wh'at. aroused wh1 e voter s can do when t hey decide t hey ha,,~ enough was clearly demonst r ated in Macon a f ew weeKs'ago when B. F. Merrit was swept into office over another prominent business man w.hg had t he endorsement of t he Macon branch of t he NAACP ~ ~ anct t he Macon dail;y,__pape:.: Once before t his combination resulted in the election of la,me duck Mayor E d Wilson, an unsuccessful candidat e for Lt . Governor last year and when Mr. Wilson emer ged a winner the news was broadcast to t he four winds by not only local Macon sources but also by At lanta newspapers. The curious quiet on t he local scene about the r ecent Macon election seems to prove that it was not only unexpected in the do-gooder r anks but most disappointing. 1 Ther efore, while Mr. Allen's r eason for taking ~ his surprl_§_ i ng st.§1:~)d on t he Civil Rights bill might s point to his ~n to run f c); Congress fro:rn an !l At lanta district and MIGHT BE SMART, HE TOOK 0 a BIG CALCULATED RISK I N VIEW OF T1IE APP ARE NT CHANGING WHITE F EELING ON THE SUBJ ECT. We believe Mr. Allen is smart enough to realize just what he has stepped into in his political career. Frankly, if his ambition points to a shot at t he 1 Governor's chair, that would point stronger to t he r isk being much greater. Reallv. WP.. i 1rnt. a~ rnn.~t.

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ers being elected all the time, 1Jhere will be no need fur such legislation, and indeed it can only hamper the reaching of "logical agreements" on the local level, where all such problems should and must be solved to have lasting and progressive effects. It seems to me that G-Ov. Sanders' progress and handling of his state is exactly the leadership endorsed by Sen. G-Oldwater in or der that the country may get away from federal control and dependence on federal financing. It's a shame that they are on different political teams. JAMES C. REEVES JR. Canton. i,i' yt yt

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�Bandits Threaten Woman,Get$1,000 As the resident manager was eioplaining that she was not in "Let's kill her. We've killed becha!rge of employment, the youths fore." suddenly p u 11 e d pistols. "Be Those words, gpoken by one of quiet and hand over all the mon· two robbers, chilled a resident manager of an apartment proj- ey ," she was told. ect as she sat with her hands Mrs. Williams was then shoved' lied in a small room in southeast into a back room, where her 1 bands were tied. Atlanta Monday. "I heard the older robber say, "I'll never forget those words -or the guns they carried," Mrs. 'Kill her. We've killed before.' They then went through a safe Frances A. Williams said. and took out approximately $1,000 Mrs. WiJliam said that the in cash and more than $2,000 in younger of the Negro robbers ob- checks," Mrs. Williams related. n's urge to jected to his ~ kill. "But I don't want to kill THE DETECTIVES s a i d a her," he protested, telling her : maintenance employe entered the ··r ain't going to hurt you." office as tne robbers were pre· Detectives :r-.1. E . Moon and H. paring to leave. They ordered him L. Whalen said the youthful rob· at gunpoint to ' 'be still. ber s entered the rental office, lo- One of the robbers was be. cated at 385 Sawtell Ave., SE, lieved to be in his late teens, th Monday after noon and asked for other two or three years younger. employment. By ORVILLE GAINES

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'WIA!SHIIINIGTON (1ll\Pl) The mayor of A,tlanta today urged Congress to enaot President Kennedy'·s proposal to iban r,l!lcJiad di.scriminaition in hoteJ.s, restaurants and other private businesses, open to the public. The a,p peal of M,a,y or IIV'an Aflen Jr. was the fil,rst by a major Southern ·public official flavoring the so-ca1led public a,ccommodabions act a.t hearin.gs by the Senate Commerce Committee. Allen led off a ful!l. day ol testimony on both sides of the Capitol today · on civil rights .legjisLa.tion. South Carolin•a Gov. Donald S. Rms·s ell wa<S scheduled to appear before the Senaite group after Allen. Ma,yor A:l len testified that if the open-tiia<Cilities ad is not enacted some Southern cities which valuntarily banned discrimination m<i,g ht , revel"lse them-sel:ves and retoon to policies of strict segregia,tion. ~'Cannot Dodge" "Wt cannot dod1ge the issue," Allen sa,id. " We cannot look· b ack over our shoulder or turn the clock baclt 40 the 1860s." IB.\l!t .Mlen said a p11JlJ1ie accommodations act should C'Ontaiin provmons giving · cities and businesses "a reasonahle time" to de' segregate before the Fedler,ail Gov-

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There was a Louis Past eur, who rendered great questioning th e protection of a Judge's son who, service t o mankind. Now there is a John Pastore, in a drunken: escapade, hit another car and Catholic Congressman from Rhode I sland, who killed four people, got off scot free at the t rial. is ch airman of the Senate Commerce Commit - Life asked point edly : "What t h e Hell goes on! " We would like to add : Da mn a South ern who tee. He looked like an angry schoolboy who h ad been ch astised oy th e teach er in the I van Allen would follow the ath eist-inspired Supreme Court h ea~·ing on TV last Friday in Washington, D.C. of th e Un'ited States and the ~ennedys in tryAllen was urging passage of the public ac- . ing to GUT the right of a p1·ivate business man comodations par t of th e at r ocious civil righ ts t o run his business as he chooses, hire t he people bill and, in fact, urged passage of t h e bill, en who can h elp his busin ess as h e ·chooses, serve toto. (Atlanta's Chamber of Commerce opposes the people h e chooses, a nd gen erally trying t o make laws that a re exclusively t he r igh t of The it) . Storm Thur mond , a member of the committee, Con gress t o make, under tp e constitut ion of t he former Governor of South Carolina and a con- United Stat es. We h av.e a n ew and stra nge "Law gressman from th e Palmetto State, was t rying to of t h e Land._" Tqe 90 % is supposed t o bow t o th e get some sense out of both Pastore and Allen, r emands of t he 10.5%. but Pastore angrily denied his contin uan ce on Small wonder we lose state's rights ; the honthe subject. Th at 's a great new procedme under ora ble men wh o, led by J efferson, conceived the the Kennedys. If you don't follow t h e Ken nedy Bill of Rights and the Constitution, must be party line, your right to free speech is knocked spinning in their graves at the flagrant, illegal off. and fra udulent manner a bunch of h am politiWhat we're getting to is not Pastore, however, cians on th e n ation al level are trying to a rbl but the Allen n am~d Ivan. We never n w tiny- t ra rily sack th e rights of men engaged 1n Free one named Ivan who wasn't a \Russia:n until we Enterprise . .. for t heir own political gain with came across Atlanta's dear Mftyor, wnom The t h e Negro bloc vote. Constitution now h ails on ce again as giving the Th is 'C ountry became great only because of th e sen a tors and the nation "a look at one of the Free Enterprise system and we say t h at it is n ow keys to Atla nta's greatn ess; its sense of fairn ess long past due for men of courage to listen t o t h e and local responsibility in racial matters." How words of Governor Ross Barnett of Mississippi, touching ! · and we quote : Th e heading on the editoria was t ruth enough, "If we h ad h alf the courage of our forefath ers though, saying - "Allen May Have Put Cart Be- we'd lick t his thing." fore Horse." We th ink they ough t to recommen d Now the typ e th at Meredith of Ole Miss calls tha t Allen be put before th e cart. Because h e i's members of his own race - the burrheads some part of a horse, if you know wh at we mean . are blocking traffic in Atlanta, standing in front About this Ivan business. The Mayor of At - of cars as t h ey try t o progress in traffic, a nd lanta, an Allen n a med Ivan, must be staying out this is th e sort of thing encouraged by the Nain the sun a lot with th at blond complexion of t ional Administration and by th e Ch1ef of the his because it appears to us t h a t h e is t urning Atlanta Police Depart ment, good old Herbert altogeth er pink. He is making defeated candi- J enkins, t h e lay preacher. The h ypocrite! And date for Mayor of At lanta, Lester Maddox, look as for t he Mayor, just call h im I van the Terrible. better ever y time the Ivan called Mayor opens Ivan th e Terrible II told th e Commerce Comhis mouth. mittee in effect - "You hold a gun at my head Some colorful language is beginning to creep a nd I'll h ave to do wh at you say." into editorials. The oth er day Life Magazine, Great day in the mornin g!

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The enclosed f a ctual i nformation ought to shed some light upon the issues -of to-day . Please rea d" very ca r efull y before you decide to follow the f a l se prophets. The same elements who misused - the p ea sants in destroying the mi ghty Rus s i an empire a re· u sing the Negro to destroy Amer ica , so they can·. rule t he ONE World a s ma sters·. EVERY AMERICAN SHOULD KNOW THAT -THE NAACP wa s financed and underwr i tten f ro m t h e begi nning by t he iionist Ro senwald family a nd communi st Garl and Fund. Zion i s t Arthur Spi ngarn i s p r e sident of NAACP-. Zionist Herbert Lehman i s Director of NAACP , h e Has IO communist - front cita 4i on s . Zioni s t Felix Frankfurter was the a ttor n ey f or NAACP . Pr esi dent Theo. Roo sevelt ca lled him comrade of Lenin and Trotsky . · W. E . B. DuBo i s , f ounder of NAACP , ha s 72 communi stf r ont citat i ons~ Other offi cers of t he NAACP who have belonged t <!:>1 communi s t f r onts a re : I2 citations Dr . Ral ph Bunche Channing Tob i as 50 c i t a tions Thurgood Marshal l 5 c ita tions Roy Wi l k i n s 8 cita tion s

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��"Elizabeth Dilling reported in her book, "The Red Network," that, during the seven years from 1923 to 1930, the NAACP received some $43,000 from the radical Garland Fund, jlmong whose directors were Communists William Z. Foster and Elizabeth Gurley Flynn. She also disclosed that the official report of the Fourth National Convention of the Communist Party of the United States held in 1925 stated that 'the Party had penetrated the NAACP.'"

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". . . 'li'he cause for which Dr. King speaks is the cause, not of the Negro people alone, but of all democratic America.

In 1958, J. B. Matthews, an expert on Communise infiltration, wrote : "Jl.isted on the current letterheads of che NAACP are the names of 236 different national officers. One hundred forty-five (or more than 61 per cent) of these individuals have been involved, in one way or, another, with Communise enterprises, for. a grand total of 2,200 affiliations of public record."

KING AIDS COMMUNIST PARTY OBJECTIVES The Communise Party has often and in numerous places outlined its objectives for the Negro in America. In 1928, the Party published a pamphlet written by john Pepper, the representative of the Communise Party in the United Scates, in which he said: "The Communists must participate in all national liberation movements of the Negroes which have a real mass character." Negro Communise leader Benjamin Davis published his pamphlet entitled "The Path of Negro Liberation," in which he wrote: "Consequently the Negro people are moving in the direction of some form of statehood in the Black Belt. This would mean an adjustment or rectification of the lines demarking 12 states through which runs the Black Belt area where Negro people are in a major,ity." The remarkable way in which Martin Luther King has fitted into these goals of the Communist Party is attested to on the pages of the official Party organ, The Worker. The October, 30, 1960 edition left no question as to the importance which the Communists recognize in the person of Rev. King toward achieving their Communist goals. After Rev. King was jailed in Atlanta following three days of mass sit-ins and pickering by hundreds of students of the Atlanta University Center, in an appeal usually reserved for top Party functionaries, the Worker told its Communist subscribers: "The outrageous sentencing of Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr., requires the protest of all decent Americans. "Demand Dr. King's immediate release. Demand

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"Let, then, labor speak out. Let all organizations of the people speak out. Let all right-minded Americans speak out. "Wire or phone to President Eisenhower and to both presidential candidates, Richard Nixon and John Kennedy. Let your Representatives and Senators hear, from you. "Lee eveli}' candidate - for ever,y post from state legislator to president - back up his avowed allegiance to civil rights by acting now. H he won't ace now, what can you expect a.fter election?"

TOP COMMUNISTS SPEAK FOR KING So ingrained into the workings of the Communist Party are the policies and actions of Rev. King chat his incarceration evoked protests from the top Communist command in the U.S. The same issue 0£ the Worker said: "Gus Hall, general secretary, and Benjamin Davis, national secretary of the Communist Party, on Monday protested the arrest of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, in wb,es to Pre&• ident Eisenhower, vice-president Richard Nixon and Sen. John Kennedy, and demanded the Rev. King's release."

Rocketed to national prominence through the distorted and one-sided coverage given his ' infamous and illegal activities by the left-wing press and Life, Time, and Look magazines, Manin Luther King now has the official ear of Washjngton on behalf of his crusade. The February 5, 1961 issue of the Communist Worker quoted King as saying, "The Justice Department 'has vast potential' to open up 'hitherto untried avenues in the desegregation struggle.' The power inherent in executive orders has never been exploited."

KING PULLS WASHINGTON STRINGS As is the case with most Communist directives these days, the step from announcement to fulfillment is a short one. The Newsweek magazine, May 1, 1961 reported:

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The WEEKLY CRUSADER is at a loss to under· stand why the Attorney General, who was active in the McCarthy hearings into Communist and un·Ameri· can activities, is now making promises to Commtmist collaborators as an official of the U.S. government. FULL SCALE INVESTIGATION CALLED FOR Martin Luther King's open, deceitful influence over so much of our population is a national disgrace. The WEEKLY CRUSADER calls for an all out investiga· tion into the activities of this co-operator with known Communists. Concerned Americans would like the answers to the foll owing pertinent questions : 1. Is Martin Luther King interested in the Negro for the Negro's sake or for the furtherance of Com· munist objectives in our country? 2. Where does Martin Luther King derive the income for his multitudinous activities? What large interests are paying his way? 3. What are the REAL reasons for his objections the House Committee on Un.American Activities? Could it be that he fears exposure of his true motives from this investigating committee? to

4. Why does this man, who has ·selected known Communists as his closest associates and advisers, have access to the top offices of our government and personal audiences with our policy making leaders? '

It is time Martin Luther King was unmasked before the American public. Only a full.scale investigation will serve the best interests of both the Negroes and . whites of our nation.

A R11prinJ From Christian Crusaa11's W 111Aily Editorial Voic11 THE WEEKLY CRUSADER

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burg's brothe1l', who was the Kaiser's Chief would have been I o war as neither side of Espionage, and permission of the Ger- could afford war. But the J ews wanted man Chancellor, Von Bethman•Hollweg war in order to h.t e Gentile destroy Gen(Jew). Trotsky and Lenin were the lead- tile, aud to bring un world chaos and to ers. All attempted assassinations and assas• seize power in the interim due to the inations of Czars were carried out by Jews. emergencies created, 23. WILSON Put the U. S. into the 18. BERNARD BARUCH gave $50,· war to bale out the J e_wish banking int~reata 000 DROW ·w1LSON'S cam ai~ ,

STEIN, and the r est of their Jewish conspirators. 29. Why do J ews talk of the crisis we ha ve with Ru sia ? They control the governments of Russia, England, Franre, Israel, and If.he U. S. T he crisis is their own making, br ought about by them in ord~r t o put us in a military straitjacket to them.

But It's going to last a good many yea11a!" ANN A knows the plan of the P roto coll. She supervised t1'e hiring of more than a million while she was in that job. It will take ten years to unscramble the Red net• work she set up if America does not paSI out before. 35. She was backed bv BERNARD BARUCH for her position. She is a friend of EISENHOWER. BARUCH is the secret President of the United States. EISENHOW· ER is his mouthpiece. EISENHOWER, 0 11 BARUCH'S advice, opposes the BRIC.KER amendment so our Constit ution can be set aside and world government set up, and t:h.e White Race destroyed. 36. Jew EINSTEIN caused the Atomic . Energy traitor, KLAUS F UCHS, to be released from jail in Canada and brought to the United States, where he acted a~ the world's leading atomic energy spy. EINSTEIN was a str ong supporter of traf.. tors JULIUS and ETHEL ROSENBERG. EINSTEIN in a letter to Jew WILLIAM FRAUENGLASS, New York ·teacher, ad-

David D11blnsq

Ruui a n-born World Wide Labor Leader

vised all wit nl'sses to refuse to ann, er questions before Congressional commltteee. 37. JC'wi:..;h inte ·national banker fore •s that baekt>d EISENHOWER for President also backed STEVENSON. TRUMA followed the Jewish i strurtions. 'l'he Jewi.'l international hankers, erol'd, n ·

�6. Many mem"bers of Congress desire to Jead a life of hypocrisy and escape the real lsaue, leamg it for others, who, in like manner, leave it for others, and all touch it not. Thus the internal enemy -has a free. and untrammeled field in which he is moving rapidly forward to the climax. . 7. Needed is a simultaneous effort of a large rroup of Senators and Congressmen to expose this plot because there is protection in numbers. The public could thus be ar oused, and once aroused, would gin them its support, and smear of indh'iduals ~ould not take place wh.en a goodly number act simultaneously. · S. Communism was set up by .Jews In 1917. 9. It is the Jewish plot to enslave the Gentiles and ~o Tole over them as kings •ver slaves. 10. The Jews consider this their destiny

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"the chosen people".

oacKeo oy w a:n;no -n u-ui: nruun i,uc u Company on .the promise that he would obtain passage of and sign PAUL WARBURG'S "Federal Reserve Act of 1913" which he did - which placed the banking reserves of the United States under the control of the Jewish international bankers. ROTHSCHILD, KUHN, LOEB, and LEH~AN, ~tc.

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Jews in complete charge of the United States - BERJ.~ARD. BARUCH as head of War Industries Board, P AUL WARBURG as head of banking interests, and EUGENE MEYER who now owns the leftist paper "Washington Post" and also controls Allied Chemical ,and Dye, head of the Liberty L oan drive. BARUCH spent 10 bilijon dolJars of allied money, giying his own 19. The public thinks the Federal Re- companies .the choicest contracts , on which· serve banks are goTernment· owned, but he also could fix prices, and . made himself they are privately owned, the geographic a m ulti-m illionaire by fleecing the people o( dispersal of twelve to represent decentrali- ~he United States. zation just being window-dressing as they all are dependent on the Federal Reserve 24. BARUCH has spent his life carBank of New York which is under control 'rying out the plot of the "Protocols of the of the Wall Street Jewish ·i nternational Learned Elders of Zion" while representb~bn. · ing himself to the public as "Elder Statesm an" and "Advisor to P residents". He pre20: They collect the dividends resulting tends to be a patriot by advising America from the interest payments of the U. S. what it should do (or protection against, government on its bonds sold to the Fedwhich lte and his gang hat1 er al Reser ve Banks, financed by deposits of America in their plot.

3U. W h y dICl Truman m r:111;,, m aJJpmm ing a five-man civilian boartl Atomic Energy C9mmission, appoint four Jews as members? Chairman DAVID LILIENTHAL, then shown to be a member of two Commu.nistfronts, yet backed by BARUCH' for the position. Other Jew members, W. W. WAYMACK, R. F . BACHER, and LEWIS L. STRAUSS.

oniror tne won as omnnea eir·~,l"'T'I,___ __ tocols of the Learned Elders of Zion" have complete control of both the Democratic and Republican parties;

With · their unlimited supply of money, they can buy anything. Protocol III., 11. "With t he aid -of gold - which .is all in our hands - we shall create universal economic crises which will bring industry to a standa still/'

31. Why does Eisenhower now appoint LEWIS L. STRAUSS, Jewish Kuhn Loeb banker, as cbafrman of the U. S. Atomic Protocol IV., 4. "To give the G-entiles no E nergy Commission? t ime to think, their minds must be diverted 32. Why did E isenhower appoint Jewish - thus all nations take no note of their Austrian-born P rof. ARTHUR F. BURNS common foe." , his Economic Advjser? (The Protocols say t he Jews must occupy the positions of eco38. The United States is already captm·ed. nomic advisers) . Its government i$ under the control of its 33. Why did Eisenhower appoint ,Jewess 11 million Jews headed b:y the BARUCH, FREDA B. HENNOCK Federal Communi- FRANKFURTER, LEHMAN, MORGAN• cations Commissioner, and J e w SAMUEL

!flAU, W ARBURG gang.

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Charles I. Schottland

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11. To accomplish this t hey create wars, revolutions, and depressions in order t o 1eize the power during the resulting chaos. 12. For hundreds of years this has been the Jewish plan on the instr uctions of their Grand Sanhedrin of Constantinople ln it.a

Vengeance Protocol of 1492. 13. To do so, they have cornered the world's gold supply and have sold the world the fiction that gold is wealth, b1stead of the land and commodities being recognized as wealth. By their control of gold, they han enslaved all nations to them threugh loans. They hold the world in an economic 1traitjacket. 14. By their control of gold, they control the means of propaganda, smearing all newspapers and publications who do not kow-tow to their wishes, and also shutting off all foreign news they do not wish a aation's people to hear. Every regular aewspaper in tlte land talks of tlte world erisls, but not one dares to tnform tile pubw lit; !( Pa• Je~ plo, beJlba.. P.e ~risf • Tlle1.

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commercial banks throughout the country -YOUR -MONEY. The U. S. government pays interest on its own credit and the Jewish international bankers collect it. In 1946 on a national debt of 246 billion, the interest was 14 ½

million dollars a

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Today, 1954, the National debt is 276 billion doilars. Can you see where th e money power lies? By their control of gold 'th e J ewish international bankers get richer while Gentile America gets poor er and poor er. In the "Protocols" they say they will drain the entire pr oduct of material and labor off the land into their treasuries. 21. The Congress "abdicated" in 1913 when it passed the Feder al Reserve Act. The Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve Banks met behind closed doorl!I and has more power than the Congress of the United States. Said Board of Gonrnors is not responsible to the public nor to Congress and has repeatedly s1town that It ts under tlle control of the international l)anker. By; raising tltt redil!lcount rate _(a

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BARUCH spent $10,000 to bring the Communist ch urch burners ,back from Spain where they burned r eligious leaders alive after covering them with kerosene. (Tim e Magazine, J a n. 2, 1939.) 25.

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James P. Warburg

Worl d Government Leadel'

Lewis L. Strauss Chairm.:in of 'Atomio C ommission

B. GRONER her assistant? The Protocols say t hey must control all communications. 34.

ANNA M. ROSENBERG, who attend-

Louis Rothschild

C hairma n of Marit ime Board

Hyman G. Rickover

Chairman Peacetime Atomic Energy Commission

One hundred and sixty miJlion American Gentiles r uled by 11 million Jews. A nation within a nation. And in the world, billions of Gentiles are ruled by 16 million world Jews. 39. DAVID SENTER, political writer for

ed Communist front meetings according to sworn testimony by RALPH DE SOLA, the Hearst papers, on lu\y 6, 1953, states hireil 10,000 p eo p e fo e anh t n- 'th at the .man beltind t'he guns in e

many by the Jewish International bankers (Atomic Energy) project, (The New York- EISENHOWER administration is SIDNEY who squeezed Germany financially for this er, September 15, 1945). This included the JAMES WEINBERG, Wall Street investpurpose. Jew, SAMUEL UNTERMEYER, spies JULIUS and ETHEL ROSENBERG, ment banker of GOLDMAN, SACHS and brought about the boycott of Germany in GREENGLASS, SOBEL, GOLD, KLAUS COMPANY. It is clear that the EISEN1933 for this purpose. FUCHS and others. SIDNEY FIELDS, HOWER CABINET was hand-picked by 26. World War II was for the pur - writing in the New York Mirror Novem- WEINBERG·s man, General LUCIUS pose of the Jews doing to Germany what ber 15, 1950, describes the p~wer ANNA CLAY, whom WEINBERG made Chairman they did to Russia in World War I, causing, had while in charge of the nation's man- of Continental Can. Jews WEINBERG and reTolution and establishing Communism. power: Tomorrow MRS. ANNA M. BARUCH rule EISENHOWER, that i1 ROSENBERG assumes her duties a& As· definite. 27. World War III is being arranged by the Jews · in order to bring the entire sistant Secretary of Defense in charge of 40 While focusing our attention on the world into Communism, which is Jewislt the nation's manpower. There are about enemy from without, the enemy from 11uper capitalism, \\'ith the Jews controlling 115 different U. S. government agencies within has captured the United State the government as they do now in the concerned .with manpower." Mr. FIELDS government. 'l'he power passed from the SoTiet Union and all other Communist quotes Mrs. ROSENBERG: "Today we are countries - Poland, llungary, Czechoslova- In for a long pull ••• I would not dare estl• people to the state about twenty yeau (See ther Side) lda1 Roumanla. China (Estonia. Latvi" an4 ,nate how long. Nobody would believe :me.

�llgo. No longer are the three fflvlslom of gov, ernment, Legislative, Executive, Judicial of equal power as was intended by the founding fathers. · 41. Only the form of a Republic is mamtained, deceiving the people into believing they have a Republic. They have same on local level only, not on a national level. 42. The Executive is all powerful. Con· gress is powerless. By p a t r o n a g e and by - trategy the Executive gets his way. He can buy . egi ·lation. Congressmen admit they have no check on the astronomical budget figures they vote for, and once voted, the Executive can 1pend it at will with no check up. The Executive appoints the Supreme Court Judges and so con ols that also. 43. The invisible Jewish government hM been in control vf the U.S. since- F. D. R. took office, and also controls WINSTON CHURCHILL, England, France, the Soviet Union, Israel, Hu~gary, and Czechoslovakia, Poland, and R oumania. <\4. The land ln Israel 1.s owned by the

Jake Arvey

Political i oss of Chicago

PALESTINE POTASH CORP. and the PALESTINE ECONOMIC CORP. represented in t he U 'ted States by the National Jewish Fund. A ab had occupied part of this lal'ld for 1 ,31?() nd pf rt 1.,700 years. The Jews c ame m

p of the world and murdered the and pushed nearly a million into the dese where 850,000 still exist. 45. WINSTON CHURCHILL sent his war messages to ROOSEVELT through BER· NARD BARUCH who had his apartment in the dorf Asto ·a in New York. 46. ANTHONY EDEN recuperated from a a m:. at the Rhode Island home of the daughter f J~v, OTTO KAHN, one of those who c1a1.ced the R i:;slan revolution. Mrs. OTTO KAHN was :teted by Bolshevist Russia like an press. 47. THE JEW PLAN Ca> To cause wars to consume the American entile manpower whicll should be the seed of a nation. > To replace the consmned American

faken to Russia to be tried, without protection of "9 ~ i;l.Qt. all.ow@d .to Will ttu, - , . the U. S. Courts and U.S. ConstitutiOll.; and trial Protocol 11•1 says "It ls lndispens1ble by jury. It makes it a crime to say anything retor our purpose that wars, so flecting upon any r ace, or group, and this law far as possible, should not result In the J ews want so they can proceed unhampered territorial gains; war will thus be in their plot, and it will be criminal to accuse brought to the economic ground.... them. Our lrtternational rights will then (j ) Universal Military 'fi'ainlng Is for the purWipe out national rights, in the proppose of getting the young men of America under er sense of right, and will rule the control of the J ews for 8 year pe1iods and with nations precisely as the civil law o:t the military whiphand over them, they will be States rules the relations o:t their subforced t o study and accept Communist propajects among themselves." ganda . Those who accept will be given the ad54. EISENHOWER advocated the LEHMAN vancement and allowed to study for the positions of doctors, dentists, lawers, etc., but those Inspired legislation to admit 214,000 ad<llttonm who r ebel a gainst it will be chosen for floor Immigrants <mostly Jews, you will see> to rescrubbers, etc. place the Gentile Americans destroyed in the Korean war. Eighteen gullible Republican Sena(k) The Human Rights Convenant, drawn up by . ELEANOR ROOSEVELT, DEAN ACHISON, tors sponsored this legislati0n which they would and two Russians, gives the government of any have voted against the previous ye\lr had TRUMAN introduced it, but now they consider they member nation of the United Nations the right, have a "Republican;' President. Since the end ot Jf it thinks itself threatened, to curb t he -f reedom World War 11, ACHESON let fn - five times as the press, and impose martial law, and to many Immigrants as the w allows and 77 per ~ake over all industry and all labor. _ _ _ cent of them were Jews. Congress stands supineJ

Herbert Lehman La.der in Marxist Phl-t

Albert Einstein

Max Rabb

Sidney Hillman

30 Communist Citations

Secy. to ~abinet

Mon behind F.D.R.

This is the means they intend to use to spring the trap on the United States and take over the government with their dictatorship. They are also pushing to do the same thing by urging passage of standby mobUtzatlon legislation, for

which BARUCH appeared before Congressional

committe~s and for which he has made public speeches irl advocating that the President be given complete authority to mobilize everyone from 1 7 to 70, in event of attack or threat of attack l>Y Russia, a threat he and his gang will bring about at the desired time, because they control the ~overnment of the Soviet Union, as well as of England~ France, Israel, and the United States. THE PASSING OF THE WHITE RACE · 48. Jews keep themselves segregated and do not intermarry but they want t he Gentiles to intermarry with color ed races. Why not, then, the Jews? Oh, no, they consjder them selves "the chosen people" to rule over all the other races of the world.

ly by while all thi"s goes on as though it were a little child and not supposed to know. 55. HENRY MORG.Arfl'HAU JR., Secretar.Y. of the Treasury, with HAS.RY DEXTER WlilTE, Under Secretary and COJlll1\unist (who committed

suicide when exposed) and liAROLD GLASSER - all Jews in charge of our Treasury - gave to the Communists money Plates complete with three plane-loads of secret ink and four planeloads of secret paper for Pl'inting our money in East Germany to pay two Years salary to Communist soldiers. Jewish refugees br ought mill· Ions o:t this money to the U. S. to set up in business. 56. More Koreas are to come in the future to consume more American manpower which should be the seed of thlS nation. We now have our men scattered in 63 COUntries, according to U. S. News and World RePOrt Dec. 25, 1953. 57. More letting doW11 ot the Immigration Laws ts to come, to let IJ1 ltlore J ews t o take the place of the conswn~d AJnerican Gentiles. ' 58, When the United ~tates Is worn down

m!l be lhotl "l1l18 1B your lut chance. Wll"' (f) He refused to win the Korean war. <g> He gave the Commumsts everythlng they tne J ews pull the dlctatorshlp, they wm 1hoot a sked In the truce negotiations, including giv- you or put you in concentration camp1. Yo ing up the strategic island of Cho and two others. have presided at the · passing of the United States a nd the passing of the white race. Yo11 <h> He is against tax reduction, although he let It happen. Now get together In one mlghtY, had promised it. elfort to stop It. This ls reality. You have o~ <D He has refused to clean out the Reds ID one chance left and that le to arrange a slmul· government positions. taneous outcry by a group o:t your fellow mem<j> He ts against McCARTHY and never talks bers o:t Congress to Indict this conspiracy bJ against the enemy from without. <In line with the size of which the Capone gang and the the Protocols wherein they say they will dlvert Mana a re Infants. The Jewish Antt-Detamaoon the attention or the people whlle they ao tnerr . tea gue, irs .B'Ilat B"ntn, tne Amen can JeWlSD work o.f the· plot.) To give the Gentnes no mne congress, · are sunverS1ve conspiraoes carrymg to trunk, their mimls must be cllvertea .•.tnll9 out the .Tew plan. ni.ey are a "Gestapoff m an nations wm. take no note o.f their common every communlty. The Jewtsh communl1le• everywner e runy cooper ate-none cn:savow It.. foe-4." ni.ey have been taught It ror hunareas or yeara. <k) He Is for the United Nation s [which Is to The Protocols of Zion are being fulfllied. Act be the Jewish World Government]. now or your posterity will be slaves forever! Q) He appointed the pro-communist Harvar d BENJAMIN FRANKL.IN predicted this ln h1a President CONANT as High Commissioner ot Convention S peech ln 1784, and you have carried Germany. It out and brought It to the point at which the Cm) He appointed the BARUCH-WEINBERG trap \s a.bout to snap. Get together at once and chosen BOIIl.EN as Ambassador to Russia, he undo lt or be prepared to take the consequence•

lsmar Baruch Chief of Civil Service

Dr. R. Oppenheimer

Former Atomic Energr. Pla nt Bou

Sidney J. W einberg Directs Invisible

Leon l(eperlln9

Truman Financi•I

Government

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being a ROOSEVELT-TRUMAN favorite interpretc and advisor, who still contends the Yalta and Teheran decisions were right. (n) He appointed the ROOSEVELT-TRUMAN favorite General WALTER EDELL SMITH as

and you and your posterity, will be wiped out or go into slavery forever. There la no tlme to delay. In case you think we ate preludiced, b:\stor,, for more th 1,000.. years indicates that wh

men who knew the J aps wer e on their way to attack us at Pearl Harbor and did not alert om forces there. (o) He sponsored the legislation to a dmit 214, 000 additional aliens In the next three years and secured lts passage.

He ts against the W ALTER-McCARRAN Immigration Law. to evtct them eventually-Babylon, Spain, Franoe, Eng1ana, ana as recent as 1939, Germany. ADG It will happen in America. (q) He ls for raJsing the debt llmlt of the United States. <r~ He ls fo! keeping up the foreign spending to fmance socialistic governments in other countries while tearng down the United States. (s) He ls a gainst bookburning but wants U. S. citizens taxed to supply Red slanted books to foreign libraries. (t) He Is for Universal Military Training, 1. Or ganize Into a group wtlllng t ..

America by simultaneous action.
2. Outlaw Communisln. 3. Make treason during peace time a crime punishable by death. 4. Outlaw the Anti-Defamation League. American Jewish Congres1 and American Jewish Committee. TO STATE LEGISLATORS ffi' THE 48 STATES: Undersecretary o:t State, who fs one o:t the nve ever these people h ave settled, lt was necessary --0-- What You Can Do ro U.S. SENATORS and CONGRESS �Isadore Jac:k Martin Liaison Man · White House and Congress A lfred G. Katzin Simon E. Sobeloff Rabbi Hillel Silver in c:harge of all U. N. Personn~I District Federal Judge Vice Pre6. A.J.C. Top Zionist Powerful in Washington tiles with Jewish immigrants from E urope and Asia. c) To consume the money of the Ameri.can Gentile population by the direct and indirect taxes necessary to pay the interest t o the Jewim international bankers on the national debt and to pay national budgets brought a bout by the cost ·of the wars and the preparation for wars. (d> To en.force non-segregation in order that Intermarriage of White and colored races <which always results in colored offspring> will be brou 0 ht about and thus cause the passing of the whit; race, which race the ~ews consider their only o stac e to the fulfillment of their pr otocol p1ot, as they teel. the n- superior intelligence <as they call it) • ill enable them to easily rule over a ,orld of colored races. (e> To set aside our Constitution by means of w ill'i'h t e United Nations and then d over;nm.e t to the United Na ons w w111 be a Jewish wortd government. <fJ In any world governmefit-we--will whave 7 per ce,1t ot the vote, being 7 per cent of the worlct · population. They will outvote us and will s.11p millions of black and yellow people into tne Umted States and with non-segregation laws, the white race will melt away, which I.II ti.... Jew plan. ( ,) Fair Employment Practices Commission; E >C, the Genociue treaty, the Human Rights Couvenaut, and Universal Military Training are all Jewish Communist measures pushed by the Jewish controlled United Nations. (l I F ..KP.C. i, to force employers to hire Corriu to and colQred people with no freedom of le( in order to break down white control of Ind t y, "·1 al,;o to brh g about inte1marriage oi h . <: an. co ored o, no11.-scgregat1011 m inry r 1er t ~e wiµing ou ol the whit"' 1tlch ! Thtt Genocide treaty collld LorQe you to ·be of the country would inform the people. Papers daily speak of the world crisis yet not one of the r egular commercial dailies has the guts to come out with the truth of the Jew plot. They would lose some Jewish advertising dollars __ so better to have wars and the dissolution of the United States a nd the passing of the white race than to lose t hose precious Jewish advertising d llars The newspaper s need to also arrange sinntlt aneous exposure of the plot. 49 . J ews 'b rought on W or Id W ar 11 and · _ Its aftermath had us fight it in order to re, move the h~o barriers, Germany a nd J apan from Russian expansion in order to make the present World crisis. 50. The Jews caused the st ooge TRU~ - A CHESON gang to build up R ussia to present a threat to the United States which they could then ~e to put the United States in a military a° J. Irwin Shapiro Head of State Dept. of Investigation Dr. Leo Pasvolsky Nathan felnsinger M anly Fleisc:hman Drafted U. N. Charter with Alger Hiss Chairman Truman's Wage Stabilization Boerd Defense Prod. Adm. under Truman enough and the· Russian H-bomb stockpile is built up enough so that Russia can win then the Jews will bring about World War 111 to exhaust the white race so that the remnants left will snbmit to world government in desperation which will be a "Jewish World Government". ' 59. They state they Will then forbid the In• termarriage of whites With wh1·tes · Whites will be _ allowe~ . only to mar!y colored peopl-=~ in order Mtot dissolve the th t thwhite r ace. -~ 60 · er ' ey ,ge e United \Nations "Human R ights Covenant" passed, which gives all mem her governments t he Tight to "impose martial Ia_w if they consider themselves threatened, t hey will have their Russian friends perpetra te a n event which they will eall, a na tional threat . enabling the gQvermnent to put the United States under m artia l law, a nd then you will actually have in d ictatorship strait-jacket, which is fast on the being the Jewish dictato r: hiP which is now al· ready in t he seat of power but h as not yet pull51. '.Phe Jews caused F.D. ROOSEVELT to ed the st rings. give Manchuria a nd Poland to the Commuriists 61. EISENHOWER is completely subserva nd to divide Germany . ••• see the results. lent t o the J ewish Plotters and is carrying forFR:ANKFURTER, directing t he State Departward _their P rotocols Plot steadily. ment, gave China to t he Communists and sen t That lfi why: General . MARS~ their st ooge, to spend 13 (a) He wants the United Nations to be able months breaking down enemies of Communism t o set aside OW' ConstitutioJ'l, which will bring in China. the destruction of America, a nd the setting up 52. They caused the Korean w-tr to follow by of J ewish World Government under the United having the U.S. refuse t o a rni the Sout h KoreNa tions. ans, a lthough knowing R ussia armed the Nor th (b) He proposed and secured passage of t r eatKoreans to the teet h, and by withdrawing our ies making our soldier boys subject to foreign troops and announcing we would not defend courts. Surely he cares naught about protecting Korea. Colonel ALFRED G. KATZIN was U.N. our American boys. representative to Korea, now in charge of all (c) He retused . to bloekade Red China. U.N. personnel. Why worry about military secrets when Jews are in such key positions·t (d) He reiused to cut of! aid being given t~ our so-called a ilies, who were tl'\&dlng With Red 53. Thl:i caused the invasion they desired, China. then they thre:w our t _oop in the_e id ... con ~ent ot Congress, m Violatio:u 01 l'ubhc Law No. (e) He retus~d th ena_ble fHIA.L'IG KAl·SHEK ~ but cau1:1ed adoption oJ. the policy wheieb.Y. to mvade the mamJand. _ __ way . has appointed a committee to study it, which committee he has handpicked of those in favor of it, and appointed JULIUS ADLER, a Jew, as Chairman. 62. Eisenhower has moved the Jews Into top position in our government , in readiness for the day when they will "snap the trap." ~a) He has appointed Jew LEWIS L. STRAUSS as Chairman of the Atomic Ener gy Commission. STRAUSS is a member of KUHN, LOEB CO., In vestment banker s. ( b) He has appointed Jew ARTHUR F . BURNS his Econom ic Advisor. <c) He has appointed · Jew MEYER ROBERT. GUGGENHEIM, Ambassador to Portu?al. (d) He has appointed Jew LOUIS ROTH· SCHILD, Chairman of the Maritime Boa r d. ( e) He appointed Jewess FREDA HENNOCK, F ederal Communications Commissioner. (f ) H e has appointed Jew SAMUEL B . GRONER, Assistant Federal Communications Commissioner. ( g) He has appointed Jew MAX RABB, his White House Assistant. - <h) He has appointed Jew - I:"'" JACK MARTIN; liaison man between White House and Congress. (i) He has appointed Jew CLARENCE D. DILLON, (LAPOWSKI) Ambassador to France. 63. The Gentiles have been willing to share America with the Jews, but the Jews are not willing to share America with the Gentiles. The Jews want it all , anti to make the Gentiles their slaves. . 64. The J ews - cry - Anti-Semitism- whenever accused, but the correct name of Anti-Semitism is "Jew consciom,." If a group is guilty o1 a cnme against others, then they should be d&;1·ied as a grou • j st as you woul decry the ca &ang, to1 the &ame reason. 14ember1 o1 ColliNU. Awa.ken XIOW or fOQ Stuart Rothman So licitor, La.bor De pt. Murry Snyder Asst. Sec. of Defense Charge Public Re lations 1. F orm gr oups of fellow Legislators willing to save America by taking simultaneous action. 2. Outlaw the Anti-Defamation League, America n .J ewish Congress and American Jewiilh Committee. 3. They have \.rained Military Government Unit s" a nd in a trial run in nine cities moved ln and imposed Martial Law in the name of the United Nations. This was a dress rehearsal for what is to come. 4. Eisenhower's reorganization of the defense s y stem ls the BARUCH Plan, which puts the .final authority in one man, the Ch a.frma.n oL the Joint Chiefs of Staff. 5. The State National Guard units evecywhero have purposely been prevented from getting ammunition and equipment by the Federal Government. This is to prevent them from resisting the take-over" when it comes. The most efiactive move anyone ca,1 mli.Ke to help preserve freedom in our beloved country is to read the PROTOCOLS carefully so you will know the plan, then make the Protocols available to others. ONE COPY _ _ _ - - $1.00 srx COPIES _ _ _ - - $5.00 FIFTEEN COPIES _ _ _ $10.00 Sent postpaid anywhere in the world. Quanity priceil on requeit. We also urge you to read and cireulate the Federal Reserve Conspiracy, price same a above. COPIES OF THIS SHEET MAY BE OBTAINED: 25 COPIES _ _ _ __ 1.00 100 COPIES _ __ _ _ _ $3.00 500 COPIES __ __ __ _ $10.00 Order tro:ru CHRISTIAN EDUCATIONAL WRITE FOR LIS't OF. :PATRIOTIC BOOQ. �JulJ' 30, 196 3 You do not represent the people of tl1 iG city in your bid for recognition by the Kennedy's ir, Washington lasl week . Why do you -:,alk out of bot . . sides of your mouth? You are '-,he weakest thing .;e ,ave ev~r had as .tv'.iayor and the r.m.jority of the people were incense~ at your sneaking a -·oach and bid for personal glory in siding strangely a a:.,1st your own city and State,, ,,hen in sight of bigger r] ry. lon ' t you Give up. I am just one of the tax payers, r d a r gistered voter, and I am in the minority g oup Lhc for'""otten Wlite Race . Where do you belong? T · ave> no f,,eling for a luke warm person, and belie\:e the } iblP says to spit it out of your mouth, the lukewarm, you are either hot or cold . .. ina leadership position. ever Ga.id. you were a leade . Ycu should go back to ales ,"ob. i �( THIS SIDE OF CARD IS FOR ADDRESS) lv'iAYOR IVAN ALLEN, City Hall, Atlanta, Georgia . �AFTER 5 O A YS RETURN TO ATLANTA, GEORGIA MAYOR. ~"I: I VAN ALLEN C.ITY OF ATLANTA , C...1-ry HALL £,9 6/) 1 n r 0£ cf. !r/J S(; c; 19 . ..h ,,...,_"t, -i '<:\ ____.., /y I I ATLANTA J J &-A. �.,--l--r -(; Decaturite ·Claims Rape And Beating A 49-year-old Decatu·r woman was forced into an automobile with three young Negroes who attacked her and raped her late Friday night, police said. The white woman told police she was walking near a motel on Carnegie Way when the men drove 'Up, pointed a pistol' and told her to get in the car or they would blow her head off." She told police the trio "slapped her around" then drove to the area of Techwood Drive and Baker, Harris, and Williams streets where they dragged her from the car, tore her clothes off, and r aped her. 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Public Accommodations Q.u estionnaires Check:ed Mayor James L. Barnard expressed disappointment yesterday fa the number of replies received to the City Council's call for desegregation of public accommodations. " It was a little less than I expected. I had hoped more firms would let us know how they stand," Barnard said. However, the m ayor said he doesn,t f eeI th e Ia:ak of r esponse is so m uch an unwillingness to integrate as it is an aversion to filling out a questionnaire. "A lot of people don't like to be bothered with surveys and blank forms," the mayor said. "I know I don't." Replies Tabulated

. . However, Barnard said the s1g.. . . mficant fig ure 1s not that 11 restaurant owners said they would open their facilities and only one said no, but the large number who did not r eply. Requests were mailed to 175 restaurants and 117 hotels and motels. A strict interpretation of the questionnaire could mean most of those not replying are against integration but the mayor doesn't think this is so.

Barna.rd's comments yesterday followed a tabulation Thursday night of replies to a request for desegregation mailed late last week and early this week. The request was mailed to es- Already In tablishments offering .. public a c- E ven though it had been less commodations, particularly r es- than a week when returns were taurants, hotels, motels, theaters tabulated, Barnard said the bulk and bowling alleys, some of which of the replies the city is going to have already integrated. receive is already in. The request followed a meeting When the council met with the last week between the City Coun- Negro committee an agreement cil and a committee of Ne- was made to m eet again in two gro leaders. The Negroes were weeks (next week) to review the particularly interested in obtain- resul ts. ing a list of places that would of- In the absence of more conclufer services to them so that they sive retu rns, which are not ex:,vould not be em?arrassed by be- peeled, Barnard indicated the mg refused service. council will have to take another The reque t for desegregation approach , probably by m eeting asked for returns only from per- wi th owners of the motels hotels ' sons who would comply with the and restaurants. request and not from those who i.--~ = - ~====-====-=···=--::::... --1

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�eaders school exam disproves mental equality; every church and every jail disproves moral equality. A plowhorse can train for years but will never outrun an untrained thoroughbred. The one might sell for a hundred dollars ; the other for a million. There are hundreds of breeds of dogs - all unequal . Instead of repeating like crazy parrots that "all men are equal, " let's face the truth : No two people in the world's three billion are "equal." God made them all unequal.

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��29 July 1963 1:1:' . Ivar, Allen, Jr Atla11ta, Ga.

Dear i'.:r. Allen: Your commen t's to co~ gress concerni~g segregation ir.dicates that you are either, a very sick man or a negro 0

I f you are reither of the t ~o, then may God have mercy on your soul because you are a very foolis h white man .

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MAYOR IVAN ALLEN ATLA YOUR TESTIMONY BEFORE THE SENATE COMMITTEE ON 25 JULY VAS SHOCKING AND OOUNTERTO EVERY OTHER PUBLIC Cf'F ICIAL IN 1l-lE SOUTH. YOUR SPINELESS ATTITWE IS UNWORTHY CF THE POSITION YOU HOLD AS MAY~ fl · ATLANTA. BEFORE TESTJFYING YOU SHOULD HAV,E TAKEN A LEAF FROM TI-IE BOOK CF YOUR GOVERNOR, WHO MADE A COMMON SENSE .APPEARANCE BEFORE THE COMMITTEE YESTEROAYe FURTI-IERMORE YOU MIGHT IftlUIRE RICHS -STORE IN ATLANTA AS TO WHAT PURCHASES THE UNDERSIGNED AND MANY OTHER CITIZENS fF NORTH EAST ALABAMA HAVE MADE SINCE IT VENT YOUR ROAD TO INTEGRATION. THE ANSWER

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The Editors: Mayor Allen's assertion that "Congress can't expect local governments oo handle as difficult a problem as this <integration) . . . with no help, no definitions, no support" seems to me t.o be contrary to the opinion of the responsible l e a d e r s h i p of the South, who want to preserve our basic freedoms and for the federal government t.o stay out of local and stat.e affairs. Wiflh more "responsible" leaders being elected all the time, 1Jhere will be no need for such legislation, and indeed it can only hamper the reaching of " logical agreements" on the local level, where all such prol>lems should and must be solved to have lasting and progressive effects. It seems to me that Gov. Sanders' progress and handling of his state is exactly the leadership endorsed by Sen. Goldwa,. tet· in order that the country may get away from federal control and dependence on federal financing. It's a shame that they are on different political t.eams. JAMES C. REEVES JR. Canton. V

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The Editors: Ivan Allen is a disgrace t.o the great city of Atlanta. Anyone who heard his remarks t.o the Senate committee should be up in arms to tar and fealliher him. Anyone who would deliberately ·throw rights and freedom under the heel of a powerful government . . . shouldn't be in charge of the garbage dump. If private business loses out, the rest will go quickly and quietly. Amen. MRS. L. P. McCONNELL. Atlanta.

4lo the colored race than any other city in the Soutll, which is as it should be. However, this does not seem t.o appease the colored leadership. They demand more and more rights and there seems to be no end to what they want. The Editors: I have seen a ,,.. ALI In all fairness to Mayor Allen, number of letters downing seg- ~ and he is entitled to his views, I think business, w ~ y s the regation and upholding integration. A Negro is all right in his lion's share taxes, own place, and that is where shol.l!a'"have a voice in whom he should stay. it may serve. It looks as if the I want to thank God for such mayor went out of his way to wonderful men as our t\vo senmuddy the waters. I have a new ators, Russell and Talmadge, and profound respect for our for Govs. Barnett and Wallace governor after his visit to Washand for Atlanta's own Lester ington. Maddox. Atlanta will go forward no doubt for many years to come, NEAL ADAl\1S. t. Mayor Allen should state._ ~A = U;;:; an;;:t,=a,, ___~-

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THE WOMAN, whom officers said they found in a " hysterical condition." told police also that the men beat her again after they had raped her. They told her, "You can't say a Negro hadn't had something to do with you," police quoted the woman . She was taken to Grady Hospi- 1 ta.I for treatment and later dis- ~ missed , police also said·. The assailants were a.II said to pe between 20 and 25 yea.rs of a.ge and between 5 feet, 7 inches tall and 6 feet tall, police said.

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There are times when I feel his presence very near. This is ei;pecially true on unday when I am aln1ost conduced tl'lal he is sitting in his accustomed place in the sanctuary of the First Methoclist Churcll here he rendered his last service as a minister of the gospel as Dr. Pi rce Harris' associate. There are ts when I am watc televi ·on that the · ooies aver me that don commenting about he is sitting in bi rocking c · .this and that. This feeling of n 1ess was especially ~ rong a few nights ago

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going to be hard to get anoth doctor to come there and his place. This was a long · ago. The shadow of the gre~ depr ession was already darl across the mountains and mon ey was scarce. "You can't! " I said, as se rious as a young inexperiencefj preacher can say it, "You can't Think of all the people Who wi] die but who might live if yo keep on doctoring them." Ano that led him off into a long ra bling dissertation about how hE had done his duty by them, and how be was now entitled to !ill days of relaxation and rest. It didn't impress me. "These people are the ones who made you rich," I said though rich was probably an extravagance, because he was only wor th about three hundred thousand dollars, or in thae neighborhood, but like I say, that's a real nice neighborhood. So he retired. He looked his farm, his cattle and his investments, until there came day . . . or a night , r ather-cold, rainy winter night. We had already gone to bed; then the phone rang. It was a friend way back up in the val He was , mu.ch excited. Could you get Doc to ~ome ~P . J.llere?" he asked, and his voice 'r trembled like a leaf in the wind. "Mamie is going to have her ~ t~!~t .~nd we've just got

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As perceptive men of wide experience I feel confident that you will agree with me that this is as serious a basic problem fu the North, East and West as it is in the South. It must be defined as an all-American pr oblem, which requires an all-American solution based on local thought, local action and local cooperation. The 500,000 people who live within our city limits consist of 300,000 white citizens and slightly more than 200,000 Negro citizens. That makes the population of Atlanta 60 per cent white, 40 per cent Negro. Th at 60-40 percentage emphasizes how essential it is for the people of Atlanta, on their local level, to solve the problem of racial discrimination in order to make Atlanta a better place in which to live. · Constitution of the United States. As the mayor of the SouthUnder this Constitution we have east's largest city, I can say f always been able to do what is to you out of first-hand experibest for all of the people of this ence and first-hand knowledge country. I beg of you not to let that nowhere does the problem this i s s u e of <,tiscriminatio of eliminating discrimination drown in legalistic waters. I am between the races strike so firmly convinced that the Suclosely home as it does to the preme Court insists that the public official. He is the man same fundamental rights mus~ who cannot pass the buck. be held by every American From th.is viewpoint, I speak citizen. of the problem as having been Atlanta is a case that proves brought into sharp focus by dethat the problem of discriminacisions of the Supreme Court of tion can be solved to some extent . . . and I use this "some (This is a po-rtion of the extent" cautiously, . . . as we t ext of t he statement made t o certainly have not solved all of the Senate Commer ce Comthe problems ; but we have met them in a number of areas. This m i ttee last Friday by May or can be done locally, voluntarily, I v an A llen J r . of Atianta.) and by private business itself! On the other hand, there are the United States and then gen- ' hundreds of communities and erally ignored by the presidents cities, certainly throughout the and congresses of the United nation that have not ever adM ayor AUen States. Like a foundling baby, dressed themselves to the issue. this awesome problem has been Whereas, others have flagrantly that responsibility of the press left on the doorsteps of local the demand; and today, ignored (and by this I mean radio and governments throughout the nastand in all defiance to a ny television as well as the written tion. change. press) is inseparable from free. It is true that Atlanta has dom of the press. The Congress of the United achieved success in eliminating We are fortunate that we have States is now confronted with a discrimination in areas where one of the world famous edigrave decision. Shall you pass a some other cities have failed, to1ial spokesmen for reason and public accommodation bill that but we do not boast of our sucforc es this issue? Or, shall you moderation on one of our white cess. Instead of boasting, we create another round of disputes newspapers, along with other say with the humility of those over segregation by refusing to editors and many reporters who who believe in reality that we pass such legislation? stress significance rather than have achieved our measure of sensation in the r eporting and success only because we looked interpretation of what happens Might Slip facts in the face and accepted in our city. Surely, the Congress r ealizes the Supreme Court's decisions As I see it, our Negro leaderthat after having failed to take as inevitable and as the law of ship in Atlanta is responsible any definite action on this subour land. Having embraced and constructive. I am sure ject in the last ten years, to fail r ealism in general, we then set that our Negro leadership is as to pass the bill would amount to out to solve specific problems desirous of obtaining additional an endorsement of private busiby local cooperation between civic and economic and personness setting up an entirely new people of good will and good al rights as · is any American status of discrimination through.sense representing both races. citizen. But by constructive I out the nation, Cities like Atlanta ~an to define .Atlanta's Negro might slip backwards, Hotels aml .,. Given Rig hts leadership as being realistic- restaurants that have already Atlanta's steps h a v e been as recognizing that it is more taken this issue upon themselves ' taken in some instances in comand opened their doors might important to obtain the rights pliance with court decisions, and find it convenient to go back to l they seek than it is to stir up in other instances the steps have demonstrations. the old status. Failure by Con- 1 been voluntary prior to any gress to take definite action at So it is to the constructive court action. In each instance . this time is by inference an enmeans by which these rights the action has resulted in white dorsement of the right of pri- 1 can be obtained that our Negro citizens relinquishing special vate business to practice ra- 1 privileges which they had en- leaders constantly a d d r e s s cial discrimination and, in my themselves. They are interestjoyed under the practices of opinion, would start the same ed in results instead of rhetoric. racial discrimination. Each acold round of squabbles and dem• tion also has resulted in the Ne- They reach for lasting goals in- onstrations that we have bad stead of grabbing for momengro citizen being given rights in the past. which all others previously had tary publicity. They are realGentlemen, if I had your enjoyed and which he has been ists. not rnbble rou ers. Alon

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�Now I would like to submit my personal reasons why I think Atlanta has resolved some of these problems while iii other cities, solutions have seemed impossible and strife and conflict have resulted. As an illustration, I would'like t.o describe a recent visit of an official delegation from a great Eastern city which has a Negro population of over 600,000 cansisting of in excess of 20 per cent of its whole population. The members of this delegation at first simply did not understand and would hardly believe that the business, civic and political interests of Atlanta had intently concerned themselves with the Negro population. I still do not believe that they are convinced that all of our civic bodies backed by the public interest and supported by the city government have da!ily concerned themselves with an effort to solve our gravest problemwhich is relations between our races.

Not Hidden Gentlemen, Atlanta has not swept this question under the rug at any point. Step by stepsometimes under court ordersometimes voluntarily moving ahead of pressures-sometimes adroitly-and many times clumsily-we have tried to find a solution to each specific problem through an agreement between the affected white ownership and the Negro leadership. To do this we have not appointed a huge general bi-racial committee which too often merely becomes a burial place for unsolved problems. By contrast, each time a specific problem 1 as come into focus, we have 1pointed the people involved t ' work out the solution-thea" owners to work with the top ~ leaders, or hotel owners work with the top leadership, '· certain restaurant owners tho of their own volition dealt .vith the top Negro leadership. By developing the lines of communication and respectability, we have been able to reach amic able solutions. Atlanta is the world's center of Negro higher education. There are six great Negro universities and colleges located inside our city limits. Because of this, a great number of intelligent, well-educated Negro citizens have chosen t.o remai n in our city. As a result of their education, they have had the ability to develop a prosperous Negro business community. Then there is another powerful factor working in the behalf of good racial relations in our city. We have news media, both white and Negro, whose leaders strongly believe and put into practice the great truth

tegrity. I do not believe that any sincere American citizen desires to see the rights of private business restricted by the federal government unl'ess such restriction is absolutely necessary for the welfare of the people of this country. On the other hand, following the line of thought of the decisions of the federal courts in the past 15 years, I am not convinced that current rulings of the courts would grant to American business the privilege of driscrimination by race in the selection of its customers.

What ls Right? Here again we get into the area of what is right and what is best for the people of this country. If the privilege of selection based on r ace and color should be granted then would we be giving to business the right to set up a segregated economy? . . . And if so, how fast would this right be utilized by the nation's people? .. . And now soon would we again be going through the old turmoil of riots, strife, demonstrations, boycotts, picketing? Are we going to say that' ~t is all right for the Negro citizen to go into the bank on Main Street and to deposit his earnings or borrow money, then to go to department stores to buy what he needs, to go t.o the supermarket to purchase food for his family, and so on along Main Street until he comes to a r estaurant or a hotel - in all these other business places he is treated just like any other customer- but when he comes to the restaurant or the hotel, are we going to say that it is right and legal for the operators of these businesses, merely as a matter of convenience, t.o insist that the Negro's citizenship be changed and that, as a secon·d class citizen, he is to be refused service? I submit that 1t is not right to allow an American's citizenship to be changed merely as a matter of convenience. If the Congress should fail to clarify the issues of the present time, then by inference it would be saying that you could begin discrimination under the guise of private business. I do not believe that this is what the Supreme Court has intended with its decisions. I do not believe that this is the intent of Congress or the people of this country. I am not a lawyer, senators. I am not sure I clearly understand all of the testimony involving various amendments to the Constitution and the commerce clause which has been given to this committee. I have a fundamental respect for the

experience rhave had, I would pass a public accommodation bill. Such a bill, J;iowever, should provide an opportunity for each local government first to meet this problem and attempt to solve it on a local, voluntary basis, with each business making its own decision. I r ealize that it is quite easy to ask you to give an opportunity ' to each businessman in each city to make his decision and accomplish such an objective . . . but it is extremely difficult to legislate such a problem. What I am trying to say is that the pupil placement plan, which has been widely used in the South, provided a time table approved by the federal courts which helped in getting over the troubled water of eiimination of discrimination in public schools. 1 It seems to me that cities working with private business institutions could now move into the same area and that the federal government legislation should be based on the idea that those businesses have a reasonable time to accomplish such an act. .

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I think a public accommoda- ~ tion law now should stand only ~ as the last resort to assure that a discrimination is eliminated, but -a that such a law would grant a '!j r easonable time for cities and ' businesses to carry out t his ~ function before federal interven- 0Ii , tion. . • It nught even be necessary that the time factor be made more lenient in favor of smaller cities and communities, for . we all know that large metropolitan areas have the capabili- l ty of adjusting t.o changes more rapidly than smaller communities. But the point I want to emphasize again is that now is the ' time for legislative action. We cannot dodge the issue. We cannot l o o k b a c k over our shoulders or turn the clock back to the 1860s. We must take action now to assure a greater future for our citizens and our country. A hundred years ago the abolishment of slavery won the United States the acclaim of the whole world when it made every American free in theory. Now the elimination of segregation, which is slavery's stepchild, is a challenge to all of us to make every American free in fact as well as in theory- and again to establish our nation as the true champion of the free world. Mr. Chairman and members of the committee, I want to thank you for the opportunity of telling you about Atlanta's efforts to provide equality of citizenship to all within its borders.

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Mayor : Ivan Allen, Jr . Atlanta, Ga o Dear Mr . Mayor: We are not i mpressed with the letters you are g etting agr ee ing wi th yo u on your st a nd on Civil Rights - and your testimoany in Washing ton. We were not surprised at or wi ll we be surprised at anything y ou do since y ou were elected b y the negr oes and you bought them to e l ect y ou. Another man was ele ct ed by the white pe ople. All of t his is facts a nd many o f . your friends know all this and will neve r tell y ou. You are like

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. '-' ,t hey ·shou l d know. You are not impressed with anyb od y ' b ut yourseif . You be long to the gr oup wh o does not know that y ou don't know . Th ere is so me hope for a person who knows he doesnt know ev8 rything and is willing to listen - but y ou are not in that ~lass. You c an't see · your short commings. You wi ll n ever see them - there is no hope for y ou. There is no hope f or the white people in Atlmta for the negroes will ~ ontinue t o elect people like ·you. any City whi ch will have its recreation department empl o y ni c e whi te iirls ~nd make them teach negro men to swim is bownd to get wo5se before it gets better The Recreation Dept . says that if those g irls refuse to teach negro men to swim t hat they will not have a job. These grils need jobs. This must be Russia. Would you want your daught er, daughter in law or grand daughter to be teaching negr o men to swim ? ?????? What is going to happen is that Atlanta is going to get worse than Washington in less time than Washington got the way it is. Nine yrs. ago Pres. Isenhou~ put out an Executive order tha.t there would be no more seggregation in Washington . Look at Washingt on today? Not safe for a white person to be on the street int he daytime much less night. Atlanta will go fAster and worse because

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