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Box 2, Folder 24, Document 12

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  • Text: COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT AIDE PROJECT { Rodent Control ) Progress Report on the Community Development Aide Project Grant Number 43040-01-69 FACILE TIES : The project is headquartered at the Atlanta Mmicipal Auditorium, 30 Courtland Street, N.E. and also has field centers located in the Pittsburgh and Northwest Perry EQA Centers. STAFE:. The following staff positions have been filled: 1 Director 1 Assistant Director 1 Clerk II 5 Pulletime Crew Chiefs 10 Full-time Environmental Health Trainees All Crew Chiefs and Environmental Health Trainees are non-professional indigenous residents of the two target areas. the staff persons listed above have received training in the following menner: 1. One week training session- Conmmicable Disease Center 2. Orientation and On-The-Job Training- Fulton County Health Department 3. Orientation and On-The-Job Training- City of Atlanta Public Works Department Sanitary Division Further assistance oe eer nae tate ¢ Gina dee Gee Health Department, Public Worke Department ( Sanitary Division ), Comprehensive and the Greater Atlanta Pest Control Association. Most of the administrative matters relating to thia project have been established through the Personnel Department of Economic Opportunity Atlanta, Inc. ine ip Reena ap dna ida pe he tape send cag lee ely ar ir hing a bogarde the cooperating agencies involved in this progran i. Mr. a A. Cantrell etter teeeeea e Fulton County Health ( Environmental flealth } 2. Me. John &. Gremmor ......-.++-Pulten County Health Department 3. Mr. Melvin Dolob....e..s+++.Fulton County Health Department 4 Mr. J. E. Kent.......cee0e0. Public Works Department ( Sanitary Division ) 5. Mr. Ernest Bathke......++.-. Atlanta Housing Authority 6. Mr. James A. Smith.......... City of Atlanta, Office Of Inspector of Bldg. 7. Mr. Louis Becker............Comprehensive Health 8. Mr. John Taylor.......sce... Ga. Department of Public Health Seca. 9. Mr. James Wright.......2...- Model Cities, Physical Planning Meetings are held occasionally with this group. ‘Two Rodent Control Committees have been established in the Pittsburgh and Nortimrest Perry commmities. The Chairmen are: Mra. Thelma Durden, Pittsburgh, Mra. Olivia Pullins, Northwest Perry. These comnittees are composed of approximately 10 members. Expansion of these committees are planned, EXPENDITURE INFORMATION: An approximately monthly rate of expenditure for January, February and March has been Twenty-One humdred dollars ( $2100 ). Plans are being made to obtain the full cooperation of the Pulton County Health Department and the Sanitation Department in expanding and maintaining this project after the first year of operation. However, the project will be requesting a second year of funding. ‘The project has begun operation. ‘The activities of the operational program at this point has been: (1) Project staff orientation and training (2) Commmity organization and surveying. the project will reach a normal level of operation approximately May Ist. However, Community organization which is felt to be a most important and during part of this program will be obtained hopefully by the end of April. Very little formal publicity has been given at this point. However citizens in the target areas have given enthusiastic support to the project ideas and goals and constitute the working committees. A general tentative timetable is enclosed COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT AXDE PROJECT € Redent Contrei ) GENERAL TENTATIVE TIMETABLE~o+-eceenne Opientation and On-‘The Job Training ( Fulton County Health Department ) Orientation and On-The Job Training ( Sanitation Department conmonnenenAor iL = ana - 3-11 ¥ormal Publicity cvewecewnonlpril 14825 ‘Training- Organization Skills Establish Information Centers cocneevmewApril 25 Planning analysis, ani tebulation of ~~ + Poisoning Program aconnannonMany 5 Rat-Proofing Paint Campaign
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Box 2, Folder 24, Document 8

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  • Text: FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE | MARCH 17, 1969 Office of the White House Press Secretary THE WHITE HOUSE STATEMENT BY THE VICE PRESIDENT ON THE NATIONAL SUMMER YOUTH SPORTS PROGRAM Captain James A, Lovell has joined me today to announce a new program on earth rather than in space. While most Americans are familiar with astronaut Lovell's part in the successful Apollo 8 mission, he has another role and another mission as the President's Consultant on Physical Fitness and Sports. We believe he will be equally successful here. Today I am pleased to announce the establishment of a national summer youth sports program which will provide summer day camp experience for an estimated 75, 000 young people living in urban areas. The program will enable disadvantaged youngsters in 40 metropolitan areas across America to attend summer day camps which will be held on the campuses of 120 colleges, universities and junior colleges. Colleges will contribute their gymnasiums, swimming pools, tracks, playing fields and special purpose rooms as well as a full-time program director and capital sports equipment at a cost of $1.55 million. The balance of the program's cost will be financed through a transfer of $3 million in OEO funds to the Department of Health, Education, and Welfare which will assume responsibility for the program. The program will be administered by the National Collegiate Athletic Association under contract to the Department of HEW. The President's Council on Physical Fitness and Sports which I chair as Vice President, has been assigned by HEW Secretary Finch to supervise the program. Captain Lovell directs staff activities for the Council. This national program is modeled after the highly successful summer sports program conducted last year at the University of Southern California for youngsters from the ghetto area near its campus. The 40 metropolitan areas have been chosen on the basis of population size and percentage of poverty level families, Our prime target is to reach the inner city youngster who has no recourse but the streets during the long, hot summer. Obviously we cannot reach every child we want. We hope to reach many in the heart of these c'ties' poverty areas to provide at least a 5 week respite of recreation and relaxed education. This is a beginning. We are tapping resources heretofore unused and reaching youngsters he retofore unknown. As Captain Lovell knows from experience, you cannot reach vhe moon on the first flight. But you can never reach the moon if you will not try. This year's success will pave the way for greater participation and expand horizons of hope where hope is most needed -- rignt here at home. 7a OF
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Box 2, Folder 24, Document 19

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  • Text: GAMBRELL & MOBLEY 3900 FIRST NATIONAL BANK BUILDING ATLANTA, GEORGIA 30303 DAVID H. GAMBRELL JOHN H. MOBLEY ALBERT SIDNEY JOHNSON J. ROBERT OWENS June 17, 1969 404/525-8571 ROBERT D, FEAGIN Ill JEREMIAH LUXEMBURGER LEON L. RICE III Mayor Ivan Allen, Jr. City Hall 68 Mitchell Street, S.W. ~ Atlanta, Georgia 30334 Re: tlanta Youth Council Dear Mayor Allen: John Cox has tendered and the Executive Committee of the Youth Council has accepted his resignation from his job as Executive Director as of July 31, 1969. John is leaving the Youth Council to take Frank Thomas' job as Executive Director of the Butler Street Y. The Executive Committee of the Youth Council feels that John has served the Council diligently and effectively during his tenure as Executive Director. Before attempting to recruit a successor to John Cox, we wanted to ask you if you had any suggestions for a suc- cessor that we could offer to the committee in charge of selecting such a person and also to ask you if your con- ception of the Youth Council or of the job to be filled had changed. As you may remember, there was some talk last Fall of consolidating the Youth Council with another group such as the Crime Commission or the Community Re- lations Commission. At that time, we were anxious to get the Council functioning and its programs underway and did not want to get involved in a re-examination of its pur- poses or its place in the structure of City Government. That is still a fair assessment of the sentiment of the Executive Committee. Nevertheless, if changes in the status of the Council are contemplated, the Executive Committee felt that these changes should be known to it and taken into account in its process of recruiting a successor to John Cox. Very truly yours, ATLANTA CHILDREN & YOUTH SERVICES ao A “4 / { Lerces b Z lhe pte J¢@rry} /tukxemburgt rE Chairman JL/kt Mayor Ivan Allen, Jr. June 17, 1969 Page 2 Ces Mr. Dan Sweat Mr. John Cox Mr. Michael Trotter Mr. DeJongh Franklin Mrs. Margaret Perdue Mr. Fletcher Coombs
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Box 2, Folder 24, Document 3

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  • Text: METRO - ATLANTA YOUTH OPPORTUNITY PROGRAM 68 MITCHELL STREET, RM. 1201-B ATLANTA, GA, 30303 522-4463, EXT, 437 or 525-8275 Hon. Ivan Allen, Jr., Hononary Chairman Clarence E. Elsas, General Chairman Mrs. Carrie B. Wright, V. Gen. Chairman John Cox, Executive Secretary Mr. Dan Sweat Mayor's Office City Hall Atlanta, Ga. 30303 Dear Mr. Sweat: Liller, Neal, Battle and Lindsey has again this year agreed to serve as the publicity consultants for the Youth Opportunity Program. As we have reviewed and evaluated the 1968 publicity effort, I feel that the generous resource of Liller, Neal, Battle and Lindsey has not been effectively and fully utilized. This is especially true of publicizing, promoting and reporting the various activities to the media for maximum coverage. We have set up a meeting with Mr. 0. B. Moore, Consultant from Liller, Neal, Battle and Lindsey and other agencies to discuss developing guidelines and procedures for reporting activities to the various media. The meeting will be held Thursday, April 24, City Hall, Committee Room #4 at 10:00 a.m, If you cannot attend, please send a representative, Sincerely, Laon feats Zenas Sears, Chairman Publicity Sub Committee, Y¥.0.P.
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Box 2, Folder 24, Document 5

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  • Text: PRESIDENT’S COUNCIL ON YOUTH OPPORTUNITY WASHINGTON , 20006 April 22, 1969 Dear Dan: I want to express to you my deep appre- ciation for your participation in the recent Conference of Youth Coordinators. Your experience and your personal insights were a major factor in the success of the conference. Thank you for all that you have done to expand opportunities for disadvantaged youth. We look forward to working with you in the continuing effort. Sincerely, Gerald W. Christenson Executive Director Mr. Daniel Sweat Director of Governmental Liaison Room 209, City Hall Atlanta, Georgia 30303 YOUTH OPPORTUNITY CAMPAIGNS: JOBS «SUMMER CAMPING - FEDERAL CAREERS - SHARE YOUR SUMMER = STAY IN SCHOOL
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Box 2, Folder 24, Document 20

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  • Text: THE KENTUCKY YOUTH CONFERENCE The Kentucky Youth Conference was begun in 1967 by former Attorney General Robert Matthews to seek among the young people of Kentucky the leadership necessary to curb Kentucky's juvenile delin- quency problem. In 1966 Kentucky got, for the first time, a roughly accurate look at its juvenile delinquency problem. In that year, the Attorney General's Office, in cooperation with the Department of Child Welfare, developed a voluntary and uniform juvenile offense reporting system. They found the over-all picture bleak, showing little end in sight to the rising tide of juvenile crime in the state of Kentucky. The Kentucky Youth Conference was designed to do something about this problem. It is based on the theory that young people, if given the opportunity, can themselves develop solutions to the problem of juvenile delinquency; that their energy, insight, and imagination can- not be overlooked; and that they should seize the leadership in dealing with this problem. These concepts of the Conference became a reality in August of 1967 and again in August of 1968 when more than 800 high school age people from all parts of Kentucky gathered at Eastern Kentucky University in Richmond to ask themselves what they could do about juvenile crime in their local communities. Their discussions, stimulated by excellent speakers, programs, and the most compre- hensive data on juvenile crime available, sparked many ideas for local projects. Youth Conference delegates have organized a teen jury in Henderson; a three-county Central Teen Council in northern Kentucky involving county judges and police judges; a youth employ- ment service in Versailles which, in its first year of operation, found jobs for some eighty young people in the area; and a Boyd County program which has involved pre-teen children of indigent parents in the area in picnics and horseback riding, Many such programs throughout the Commonwealth have met with such great success, unprecedented community interest and widespread support that the annual Conference will now remain a permanent institution in Kentucky. Delegates to the Conference have been sponsored in the past by more than twenty thousand Kentuckians representing corporations, labor unions, civic clubs, schools, and church organizations. These groups, along with various other foundations and youth organizations interested in the development of Kentucky youth and the prevention of juvenile de- linquency, lend financial support to the Conference efforts. The Ken- tucky Youth Conference is now sponsored by the privately financed, non-profit Kentucky Juvenile Delinquency Prevention and Youth Devel- opment Foundation of Louisville, Kentucky and has begun a Sustaining Member Program intended to broaden its financial base, while giving Kentuckians a chance to participate in its efforts in an important and essential way. Throughout the entire state businesses, organizations and individuals recognize and support the tremendous potential of the Kentucky Youth Conference, and of Kentucky young people, to mobi- lize the resources of the state in effective combat against juvenile delinquency and to explore new areas of constructive citizenship for the young.
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Box 2, Folder 24, Document 43

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  • Text: “ch ep FA a -. ATLANTA CHILDREN AND YOUTH SERVICES COUNCIL 1201-B CITY HALL j PHONE 522-4463 - EX. 437 ATLANTA, GEORGIA 30303 Jerry Luxemburger, Chairman John W. Cox, Executive Director October 2, 1969 Mr. Duane Beck Executive Director Community Council of the Atlanta Area, Inc 1000 Glenn Building 120 Marietta Street, NW Atlanta, Georgia 30303 Re: Atlanta Youth Council-Drug Education Project 14th Street Area Dear Duane: I am presently Acting Chairman of the Atlanta Youth Council, and am writing you in that capacity. The Youth Council, at its September meeting, decided that the Drug Education Project in the 14th Street area was an item which required further study by the Council and the Interagency Committee on Alcohol and Drugs before it could commit wholeheartedly to it. As you know, Lewis Dinkins has been trying to find some space in that community for housing a clinic started last summer, and to date, has been unable to do so. : We will certainly continue these efforts. Also, Lewis contacted Fulton County Health Department in efforts to ascertain resources which they had available for drug education and found that they were not sub- stantial, to say the least. After considerable discussion, the Youth Council Board decided that any drug education activity should be, at present, under the juris- diction of the Interagency Committee on Alcohol and Drugs which was created in cooperation with your organization. AN AGENCY OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA aoe Because of its broader scope, the Interagancy Committee, should consider how such an education project could be handled. For example: 1. What sources should be used for statements about drugs? 2. Which authorities should be considered correct? 3. Can statements be made? When’ these preliminary decisions and guidelines are set by the Inter- agency Committee, the Youth Council will be in a better position to set a course of effective coordination and action for these youth. Sincerely yours, y jt (Mrs) nhgfes Perdue, Chairman (Acting) CC: Dan Sweat / Jerry Luxemburger John Cox Lewis Dinkins Matthew Patton MP: vwp
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Box 2, Folder 24, Document 47

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  • Text: ATLANTA YOUTH CONGRESS MICHAEL R. HOLLIS PAMELA WILLIAMS President Vice President MERI CURTIN, Corresponding Secretary ALTHEA TURK, Recording Secretary 68 MITCHELL STREET, 1201-B WILLIAM TOLIVER, Treasurer ATLANTA, GEORGIA 30303 GREGORY McKINNEY, Parliamentarian 522-4463, EXT. 437 BARBARA HARRIS, Reporter DO'S AND DON'TS AT CHRISTMAS TIME With this year's Christmas season already upon us, the youth of this city wants each of you to help make all of us better citizens by eliminating the causes of delinquent acts particularly dur- ing the Christmas season. Don't turn a good youth bad by leaving the doors of temptation open to hin. DONET #12 1. leave keys in car 2. leave packages visable in your car; lock them in the trunk. 3. flash money around 4, leave car unlocked 5. lay your purse or wallet down; keep it in your hand 6. leave your house unlocked, even for a minute DO!!!! 1. leave a light on when you leave home 2.. have an escort at night when you are out (ladies) 3. know where your children are 4. keep your doors locked 5. be cautious of door to door salesmen REMEMBER...-.eOnly a small percentage of our youth are delinquents... let's make this percentage even smaller!!!! “TO SEEK A NEWER WORLD”
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Box 2, Folder 24, Document 39

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  • Text: MICHAEL H. TROTTER Citizens & SouTHERN National Bank BuILpine ATLANTA, GEORGIA GOS3OS August 11, 1969 The Hon, Ivan Allen, Jr. Mayor, City of Atlanta City Hall Atlanta, Georgia 30303 Dear Mayor Allen: Ithas been my privilege to serve as a member of the Atlanta Children and Youth Services Council since the date of its organization more than three years ago. A great deal of time and effort was required during the early years of the Council's existence to place its operations on a firm footing. I believe that this goal has now been accomplished and that the Council can continue to make a worthwhile contribution to the dis- charge by the city government of its responsibilities to the citizens of Atlanta, Because of numerous other demands upon my time and because I have already contributed to the Council the thoughts and ideas that I have concerning its operation, I hereby submit my resignation, effective September 30, 1969, as a member of the Atlanta Children and Youth Services Council, Best regards, Wield W. SreliSior MICHAEL H, TROTTER MHT: jj cc: Mr, Jeremiah Luxemburger
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Box 2, Folder 24, Document 34

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  • Text: WayYMon S. WRIGHT FO. ORAWER 1734 ATLANTA, GEORGIA 30301 June 9, 1969 The Honorable Ivan Allen, Jr., Mayor City of Atlanta City Hall Atlanta, Georgia 30303 My dear Mayor Allen: Thank you very much for your kind invitation to join with you on the "Come See Tour" of Atlanta's Special Summer Program and Youth Opportunity activities. I regret deeply that I had to change my plans to attend because of a heavy schedule at the office that I did not anticipate. I am confident that I missed some revealing sights, so at the earliest convenience I will try to see all of the points of interest that are indicated on the schedule. Again thank you and please accept my regrets. Very truly yours, Naps Id Waymon Scott Wright Staff Representative WSW:bs
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Box 2, Folder 24, Document 36

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  • Text: June 23, 1969 ste" Mr. Jerry Luxemburger Crm r Chairman, Atla ta Children and Youth Services Council 3900 First National Bank Building Atlanta, Georgia 30303 ee Dear Jerry: I have your letter of June 17th regarding the future of the Atlanta Youth Council and the replacement of John Cox. Iam asking Dan Sweat to get in touch with you and arrange a time when you, Dan and George Berry may sit down and discuss the matter, and then we shall decide what course of action to pursue. He ivill be in touch with you shortly. Sincerely, Ivan Allen, Jr. tAJr:am
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Box 2, Folder 24, Document 48

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  • Text: December 10, 1969 Mrs. Rhodes L. Perdue Acting Chairman Atlanta Children and Youth Services Council 121 Memerial Drive, S. W. Atlanta, Georgia Dear Margaret, i Thank you for your letter of December 9 the appointments to the Atlanta Children ard Youth Services Council. ie This is to approve the request as outlined in your letter. With best wishes for the holiday season, lam Sincerely yours, | Ivan Allen, Jr. Mayor IAJr:lrd
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Box 2, Folder 24, Document 50

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  • Text: ATLANTA CHILDREN AND YOUTH SERVICES COUNCIL 1201-B CITY HALL PHONE 522-4463 - EX. 437 ATLANTA, GEORGIA 30303 Jerry Luxemburger, Chairman John W. Cox, Executive Director December 8, 1969 Mr. William Allison Executive Director EOA 101 Marietta Street, NW Atlanta, Georgia 30303 Dear Bill: This is to express some very serious concerns regarding the Rodent Control Program for the City of Atlanta. As Director of this project, I find it extremely difficult to effect a meaningful program due to internal flaws, inflexibilities and misconceptions by the various agencies concerned. Perhaps a little history may be in order. The Community Development Aide Project was funded by the Depart- ment of HEW, such funds being designated ‘to the City of Atlanta. The City of Atlanta, in turn, designated EOA as the agency who will receive such funds. This does not mean, nor has it ever meant, that this is an EOA project exclusively or an EOA delegate agency; this simply means that EOA's responsibility in this project has been the administrative input necessary for effective program imple- mentation. The City Sanitation Division also co-sponsored this project with specific responsibilities accepted by them as an equal to EOA, Atlanta Youth Council and all other sponsors and co-sponsors. Most of the agencies participating in this project have been flexi- ble enough to make sufficient input and provide sufficient re- sources to move the project effectively at this point in time. However, some of us are still laboring under long-range and irrele- vant concepts which tend to hamper and render ineffective any progress in this area. As Director of the Rodent Control Project, I am requesting that you use the influence of your office to insure that such short comings be effectively dealt with and eliminated. Sincerely, Penis Ll Lewis F. Dinkins Project Director cc: Dr. Hackney Ralph Hulsey Johnny Johnson Dan Sweat? Jim Westbrooks Harold Barrett
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Box 2, Folder 24, Document 37

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  • Text: July 31, 1969 MEMORANDUM TO : John Cox, Youth Council FROM : Ivan Allen, Jr. I have read your memorandum of July 28, regarding the negotiations of the Gond Group to lease the Storey Theatre. Iam sorry that I cannot be of assistance in this matter,
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Box 2, Folder 24, Document 4

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  • Text: April 24, 1969 Mr. Gerald W, Christenson Executive Director President's Council on Youth Opportunity Washington, D. C. 20006 Dear Jerry: Attached is a copy of a letter which was sent to the Vice President regarding the NCAA program, I think this illustrates the position that I took at the conference on youth coordinators, That was that while I support the view of virtually all the youth coordinators that this program was not handled properly in the beginning. I do not support the view that we should pass a lot of resolutions condemning the President or the Vice President or anyone else in sight as well as objecting to and fighting the NCAA program. We simply took the initiative to make sure we would have a significant input for the program in Atlanta and that it is made a part of our Youth Opportunity Program. We appreciate all your help. Sincerely yours, Dan Sweat DS:fy
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Box 2, Folder 24, Document 25

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  • Text: June 23, 1969 Mr. Jerry Luxemburger Chairman, Atla ta Children and Youth Services Council 3900 First National Bank Building Atlanta, Georgia 30303 Dear Jerry: I have your letter of June 17th regarding the future of the Atlanta Youth Council and the replacement of John Cox. Iam asking Dan Sweat to get in touch with you and arrange a time when you, Dan and George Berry may sit down and discuss the matter, and then we shall decide what course of action to pursue. He fill be in touch with you shortly. Sincerely, Ivan Allen, Jr. IAdr:am 2 es Ys E>
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Box 2, Folder 24, Document 9

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  • Text: Sie” CONES CITY OF ATLANTA “Gags” CITY HALL ATLANTA, GA. 30303 Tel. 522-4463 Area Code 404 April 17, 1969 IVAN ALLEN, JR., MAYOR R. EARL LANDERS, Administrative Assistant MRS. ANN M. MOSES, Executive Secretary DAN E. SWEAT, JR., Director of Governmental Liaison MEMORANDUM To: Mr. John Cox From: Dan Sweat eo Would you prepare a recommendation from the Mayor for Mr. Agnew and return to me in time to meet the April 2] deadline. DS :fy
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Box 2, Folder 24, Document 17

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  • Text: June 17, 1969 MEMORANDUM To: Mr. John Cox From: Dan Sweat Do you know anything about this organization and should we get involved in lending the Mayor's name to their public relations campaign? If so, would you prepare a short statement of endorsement of its work. | Unless we are sure, let's don't do anything. DS:fy a ee a CUM Te —
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Box 2, Folder 24, Document 16

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  • Text: aE Bd May 21, 1969 MEMORANDUM TO: John Cox Dan Sweat woh Ray P a OREN la This is to advise you that the Department of Housing and Urban Development has approved the $30,000 grant for the Youth Opportunity Program. As soon as HUD notifies us, we wiil submit a requisition for these funds, GA/ble
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Box 2, Folder 24, Document 62

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  • Title: Box 2, Folder 24, Document 62
  • Text: —— 4 Mr. Milton G. Farris, Chairman Aldermanic Finance Comaittee Gulf 011 ration P. 0. Box - Station ¢ Atlanta, Georgia 30309 Dear Mr. Farris: I am writing as a result of a call mesting of the Atlanta Children and Youth Services Council Executive Comittee, held this afternoon, to discuss recent sepa: SOO rine De Seana Saat teeer ote eee eee weer tions for 1969 to various departments and agencies of Atlanta City goverment. jaovdding 00 tenon vietehy $30,000 was listed for the Youth Council; this is the same amount sppropriated for 1966, The Youth Council submitted a documented account of the need for an increased appropriation for 1969, as instructed by your Committee. From all indications, the information wo submitted was neither reviewed nor taken into consideration when 1969 budgets were processed. Or, if there was any about the validity of our request, we have not been so informed up to time. It is the Youth Council Rescutive Sanden’? penta that the Finance Com ttes should reconsider its reported recommendation of $30,000 for 1969 for the following 1. The Council has operated at the $30,000 level for the past three years. fo ask that these operations continue at that level for 1969 is to, effect, reduce the scope of program and activities when you consider requirements for even nominal increases in the cost of operations. 2. The Youth Council was totally or in part responsible for more than $350,000 of funded proposals being channeled into Atlanta ne 1968, ‘this indicates a high return on the City's . $30,000 investment in Youth Council operations, 3. ‘The Youth Gounell staff has, for almost two years now, carried a maxima work load with less than a two-man full-time professional staff. ae i Mr. Milton G. Parris Samary 2, 1959 This situation simply cannot be expected to continue out of fairness our highly competent Executive and his family. bh. The Youth Council staff, in addition to continously working on for federal subsidies for Atlanta programs, spends an equal amount of 4ts time coordinating and assisting with the development of local agency programs, both public and private, throughout the City. 5. The Youth Council represents the only City-supported agency devoting ite time 100 percent to the broad problem of coordination of youth The Atlanta Children and Youth Services Council Exeent ive Comaittes urgently that the Aldermanic Finance Committee consider the high-level quality of performance being demonstrated by the Gouneil staff and the calibre of Board members appointed by you and the Mayor -« people who give so mselfishly of their time in dealing with problems of juvenile delinquency in the City of Atlanta, Surely you can understand our desire to have at least minimum necessary resources with which to carry out our delegated assigaments. We hope you will act more favorably on our request for the 1969 appropriation than was reported recently in the Atlanta newspapers. Cordially youre, Jerry Luxemburger JL20a ec: Mayor Ivan Allen, dr. wk" Ae eee hee ee ES ee BS on
  • Tags: Box 2, Box 2 Folder 24, Folder topic: Atlanta Children and Youth Services Council | 1969
  • Record Created: April 18, 2017
  • Record Updated: April 29, 2021