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Box 3, Folder 12, Document 24

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  • Text: PLANHED PARENTHGOD WOR are | PRESIDENT Dr. Raphael B. Levine, Ph.D. EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR Mrs. Julian D, Freedman FOUNDING PRESIDENT Mrs. Herbert Taylor PAST PRESIDENT Dr. W. Vernon Skiles VICE PRESIDENTS Mr. Ralph L, Dickey Dr. C. Stedman Glisson Dr. Luella Klein Mr. Ralph McCroskey TREASURER Mr. William C. Heary SECRETARY Mrs. Carl J. Bliem BUSINESS AND COMMERCE COMMITTEE Roy D. Warren, Sr., Chairman C. Preston Bradford Robert H. Dunn Edward Elson George Goodwin Mrs. Allen 5. Hardin Donald M. Hastings Herbert Johnson Virlyn B. Moore. Jr. Edward E. Noble John C. Spencer Howard 8. Stark Charles M. Wate, Jr. — FAMILY PLANNING CLINICS Bethlehem Center 9 McDonough Blvd... §. E. Perry Homes 1660 Drew Drive, N. W. West End Clinic 435 Ashby Street, 5. W. East Point Clinic 2735 East Point Street Downtown Clinic 118 Marietta Street, N. W. Pianned Parerithood Association of the Atlanta Area 179 AFFILIATES in the U. S. 118 Marietta Street, N.W. / Atlanta, Georgia 30303 / Telephone 523-6996 May 29, 1968 Myhder Aleck. + Thu cur ve Mayor Ivan Allen, Jr. City Hall 68 Mitchell Street, 5.W. Atlanta, Georgia 30303 Dear Mayor Allen: The Atlanta Planned Parenthood Association was organized in November 1965 with the main objective to make family planning education and services available to the 50,000 medically in- digent women in the Atlanta area, Prior to that time conven- ient evening and neighborhood family planning services were _ almost nonexistent in Atlanta. Only through the financial support and encouragement of EOA was it possible to initiate our program of neighborhood ser- vices as early as January 1966 and to expand our services so that at the present time we have seven family planning clinics and nine family planning sessions per week, Between January 1966 to May 1968 we helped 3,349 new patients obtain family planning services, This means that more than 3,000 families have been helped to achieve satisfactory family living. The executives and personnel of EOA have been most cooperative in financial matters as well as with helpful advice and sug- gestions, In our daily contact with residents of EOA neigh- borhoods we have found all of the staff at the various EOA centers deeply concerned about the residents in their area and unfailingly willing to cooperate in an attempt to be of service and help, We strongly recommend that EOA be continued as a community action agency for Atlanta and Fulton County. a Ie bln Leper GF abit Mrs. Sélian D. Freedman Executive Director JDF:w cc: Mr. Terry, EOA
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Box 3, Folder 12, Document 29

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  • Text: ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITY ATLANTA INCORPORATED /Ol MARIETTA STREET BLDG. , ATLANTA, GEORG/A 3202303 TELEPHONE S25-4262 May 17, 1968 The Honorable Ivan Allen, Jr. Mayor of Atlanta City Hall Atlanta, Georgia Dear Mr. Mayor: The attached memorandum suggests a procedure for compliance with new requirements for selection of directors for Economic Opportunity Atlanta, Inc. , the community action agency authorized by the City of Atlanta and Fulton County in 1964, later joined by Gwinnett and Rockdale Counties, and which you have indicated should be continued. The EOA Board now has nineteen appointed members, seven each by Atlanta and Fulton County, one by the two governments jointly, and two each by Gwinnett and Rockdale Counties. It also has fourteen members elected by the poor, one each from the twelve Neighborhood Service Areas in Atlanta and Fulton County, one in Gwinnett County, and one in Rockdale County. The elected representatives of the poor comprise at least one-third of the Board, as required. The Neighborhood organization has worked well, so it seems wise to retain these fourteen area units, with one representative each, as the basic numerical control, The law requires that one-third of the Board be representatives of public officials and agencies as selected by them. This number would be fourteen as related to representatives of the poor. The memorandum suggests representation that would provide broad coverage of the public interest, including city interests such as housing, recreation and youth; county interests such as health and welfare; and other general interests such as education, employment, planning and relations, The law also requires that other Board members, up to one-third, be representatives of major private community groups or interests concerned with problems of poverty as selected by the groups. Public officials in the respective jurisdictions may designate which groups will be invited to select representatives. The memorandum suggests eleven private groups most representative of such community interests, The law requires also that the Board be so constituted as to permit the addition of private community groups who feel inadequately represented and successfully petition EOA for membership. Although no such petition is anticipated, it would be possible to add three places to the eleven in the category of community groups without disturbing the required distribution ratio. . The memorandum, prepared after extensive consultation, is our best judgment as to how the EOA Board can meet current membership requirements and best retain the general character and individual representation established by the respective city and county governments, I shall appreciate your agreement or suggested changes in the memo- randum in order that we may present the necessary information for Office of Economic Opportunity approval. Following such approval, I shall wish to consult with you further. Sincerely yours, Zo pf iy : S95 CRA UN Boisfeuvillet Jones
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Box 3, Folder 12, Document 39

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  • Text: SOUTHEAST REGIONAL OFFICE ATLANTA, GEORGIA 30308 June 5, 1968 WILLIAM W. SUTTLE NAMED DIRECTOR OF OEFO'S SOUTHEAST REGION William W. Suttle, former President of the United States Jaycees, has been named Director of the Southeast Region of the OEO, it was announced today by OEO Acting Director, Bertrand M. Harding. Suttle has been serving as Acting Regional Director since March 11 of this year. In making the announcement, Mr. Harding said: "Bill Suttle is a hard working, dedicated young man with a sense of purpose. He has demonstrated excellent leadership qualities and understanding of differing points of view, and a knack for getting things done which will stand him in good stead as he tackles his new assignment. The OEO is extremely fortunate to have acquired his talents for this difficult and demanding job." Suttle, 34, served as Special Assistant to the Director of OFO, working primarily in the field of business involvement in the anti-poverty program from August 1967, until his appointment as Acting Director cf OEO's Regional Office in Atlanta. Suttle-~-who calls Greensboro, North Carolina, home--~completed his year as President of the U. S. Jaycees last June 30. He is serving currently as Chairman of the Board of the national organization for young civic leaders. During his year as the Jaycees’ chief executive, he traveled widely in this country and overseas, and talked with national leaders on the challenges facing young men today. A law graduate of the University of North Carolina in 1958, Suttle engaged in private law practice in Marion, North Carolina, for seven years. He was employed by the North Carolina National Bank in Greensboro at the time he was elected Jaycees President, He has served as Director of the North Carolina Traffic Safety Council, a member of the National Planning Committee of the American Red Cross and a member of the Advisory Board of the Salvation Army. Since coming to OEO, Suttle and his wife, Pat, and their two children have lived in McLean, Virginia, They will be moving shortly to Atlanta, The OEO Southeast Regional Office, located in Atianta, administers anti-poverty programs in Tennessee, South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi and Florida. ~30~
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Box 3, Folder 12, Document 19

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  • Text: SL Sa IE «2 a Eo Ree ee ES a Pe Ee May 21, 1968 TO; Dan Sweat FROM: Pete Jones Reference our conversation regarding reductions in the Atlanta Programs: § HEAD S$ The 1967 Program provided for 3,050 participants and made avail- able $540,409 in Federal Funds. The 1968 Program provides for 3,070 participants and made available $513,649 and within this reduced amount the grant imposes greatly increased medical and dental care and an obligation for child insurance without providing funds therefor. The reduction of 5% in funding with additional 20 participants and increases of medical <« dental and insurance costs has the effect of reducing needed support services or other categories of cost. The 1967 Program provided for 725 participants with Federal funding of $700,000. The 1968 Program provides for the same number of participants but reduces funding to $605,204 (reduction $94,796).included in the $605,204 is approximately $58,000 which was collected as Day Care Fees in 1967 and which ZOA had planned to program into the 1968 projects in addition to Mederal Funds. So actually OEO reduced Federal Finds from $700,000 in 1967 to $547,204 in 1968, a reduction of $152,796 in Federal Funds. We were therefore unable to provide Headquarters staff from Grant Funds for either Head Start or Day Care. This amounts to about $65,000. Jim Parham apparently believes he can get this requested money later on. and $1,323,910. During mid 1967 the amount was reduced to $1,223,910, the slots were reduced to 550 and we were required to run the program fourteen months instead of twelve within the reduced funds. The succeeding Contract October, 1967 + October, 1968 we were authorized 440 slots and $1,149,110. We are now faced with a reduction to 330 slots and a reduction in funding. het AO a ata i i ee ie. — ce a a am ae De Mr. Dan Sweat Page = 2 SAP_EUNDS Our versatile funds for Program Direction and Neighborhood Service Centers, NSC Support and other Grant 306 Funds were reduced from around $2,900,000 in 1967 to $2,350,000 in 1968, a reduction of around $550,000. PSJI:rw — = te. et a os at — — . —— — ne
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Box 3, Folder 12, Document 9

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Box 3, Folder 12, Document 5

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  • Text: EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT OFFICE OF ECONOMIC WASHINGTON, D.C. 20506 OPPORTUNITY MAY - 8 jog¢ Honorable Ivan Allen, Jr. Mayor of Atlanta Atlanta, Georgia 30301 Dear Mayor Allen: I am very pleased to inform you that the Summary of Federal Programs for Fiscal Year 1967 has been completed, and a copy covering Federal outlays in your State and City is being sent to you. This edition is significantly expanded and improved over previous Summaries which you have received. It now includes Federal outlays of more than $168 billion, representing 370 programs and activities. As before, the outlays are shown in terms of the impact on every county in the United States. Compiled by the Office of Economic Opportunity Information Center, the Summary is the composite effort of 31 Federal Departments, Agencies, Boards and Commissions. We sincerely hope that you will find the document useful in your city's planning and budgeting processes. The reception accorded previous editions has been most encouraging and has led us to continue our efforts to improve and refine the presentation of this information. Sincerely, Bertrand M. Harding Acting Director }
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Box 3, Folder 12, Document 15

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  • Text: EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT 7 APR 16 1968 \ Ww Honorable Ivan Allen, Jr, Mayor of Atlanta Atlanta, Georgia 30303 Dear Mayor Allen: The Office of Economic Opportunity has contracted with Daniel Yankelovich, Incorporated, New York, New York, to conduct a study of the effects of Sections 210 and 211 of the 1967 Economic Opportunity Amendments. This study is required by Section 233(c) of the Amendments, Your community has been selected to be a part of the sample for this study, We view this study as an important undertaking in providing both OEO and local areas with information on this significant legislation, The report on this study must be submitted to Congress before April 1, 1969, A representative of Daniel Yankelovich, Incorporated will be contacting you shortly to arrange for a meeting to discuss the project. Your cooperation in this effort will be important to its success, and any assistance you can give to the contractor will be very much appreciated, If you have any questions regarding the study, please let me know, Oy ole by Haves Director Community Action Program Ulan Lay a aad UWS
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Box 3, Folder 12, Document 1

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  • Text: EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT OFFICE OF ECONOMIC WASHINGTON, D.C. 20506 OPPORTUNITY March 13, 1968 Mr. Dan Sweat Office of the Mayor City Hall Atlanta, Georgia 30303 Dear Dan: I sincerely appreciate that kind letter. You were so generous with your remarks! And really, the credit for the successful visit should go to you and others who cooperated in a magnificent manner to make it simply a beautiful trip. You just don't find the "spirit" that Atlanta possesses in any of the other large cities. I had heard from sources here and in Atlanta that you were the person to contact for assistance. Certainly those sources were most accurate. And it was my pleasure to meet you -- and to see firsthand the "proper" way a federal official should be treated. Things could not have been better, and I, as well as Mr. Shriver, truly appreciate your help. Please call me when you are in Washington and we'll get together for lunch. Best regards, Tom Cochran Kw- Howl frr Hee kay chars |
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Box 3, Folder 12, Document 72

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  • Text: August 1, 1968 Mr. Jim Parham Administrator Economic Opportunity Atlanta, Inc. 101 Marietta Street, N. W. Atlanta, Georgia 30303 Dear Jim: Attached is a newspaper article describing the difficulties which have arisen between OEO and the Washington, D. C. CAP agency over a proposed Police-Community Relations Program, You are aware of the progress we have made in Atlanta in breaking barriers of distrust between the Police and citizens. The Crime Prevention program, which was made successful through the cooperative efforts of Economic Opportunity Atlanta, Inc. is widely recognized for its triumphs. The Police Community Service Officer pilot program underway this summer has already demonstrated its potential value. The extension and expansion of these programs as well as the develop- ment of other methods of police-community communication are necessary for the future harmony of Atlanta neighborhoods, It seems to me that if OLO money is available and Washington, D. C, doesn't want it, we should make an effort to obtain some of it for Atlanta, I will be glad to assist you in obtaining funds in this area, if you desire. Sincerely yours, Dan Sweat DS :fy
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Box 3, Folder 12, Document 59

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  • Text: ge Economic Opportunity Atlanta, Inc. O A 101 Marietta Street Bldg. © Atlanta, Georgia 30303 e Telephone 688-3010 T. M. Parham : Executive Administrator July 11, 1968 Superintendent Clinton Chafin Police-Detective Department Atlanta, Georgia 30303 Dear Superintendent Chafin: I am in receipt of a letter dated June 3, 1968 (copy of which _ was sent to you) from Chief of Police Jenkins in response to my letters of May 27 and April 29, pertaining to the theft of office machines and equipment stolen from Econo.ic Opportunity Atlanta Neighborhood Service Centers and agencies. Please advise when I may expect the information requested in referenced letters. Yours truly, yh r AY ink O. H. Gronke Director of Purchasing an cc: Chief of Police Jenkins * Mr. Dan Sweat, City Hall z——~
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Box 3, Folder 12, Document 65

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  • Text: Office of the’ Mayor ATLANTA, GEORGIA ROUTE SLIP Me . (Stioleg. Boi fre Comm Dent Qo. ‘'s 7 S 0 i FROM: Dan E. Sweat, Jr. Shee [| For your information [_] Please refer to the attached correspondence and make the necessary reply. [|] Advise me the status of the attached. FORM 25-4-S
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Box 3, Folder 12, Document 21

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  • Text: Economic Opportunity Atlanta, Inc. O A T. M. Parham Executive Administrator _Mr. Herbert T. Jenkins Chief of Police Atlanta Police Department Atlanta, Georgia 30303 Dear Chief Jenkins: 101 Marietta Street Bldg. e Atlanta, Georgia 30303 e Telephone 688 - 3010 . May 27, 1968 Please refer to my letter of April 29, 1968 (copy of which is enclosed for ‘ready reference) to which was attached a list of equipment stolen from Economic Opportunity Atlanta Neighborhood Service Center agencies, during the past three years. Please advise when a reply may be received as to what SUCCESS , if any has been achieved in recovering the missing items. nh Enclosure ec: Mr. Dan Sweat > City Hall Yours truly, ay LA ry he wy 0. H. Gronke Director of Purchasing Date of Theft May 30, 1966 Sept. 20, 1966 Sept. 12, 1966 Date of Theft July 16, 1966 65 Georgia Avenue, Southeast Atlanta, Georgia . Description Typewriter, Royal, MC-13 fanual, Standard Elite Ser. No. 8304169 Sewing Machine, Singer Model No. 604 wfease Ser. Nos. 281219, 281217 Typewriter, Royal, MC-13 Manual, Standard Elite Ser. No. 8307174 30312 Quantity 1 ea. * 2 ea, 1 ea, Edgevoed Neighborhoed Service Center 1723 Boulevard Drive, S. E. Atlanta, Georgia 30317 Dosexipt ion Sawing Machine, Singer Model 604 w/case Serial Nos. ‘An431516 -AN417562 Quant tey 2 ea. Summerhill/Mechanicsville Neighborhood Service Center Unit Cost 189.25 129.00 189,25 Untt $9.95 Total Cost 189.25 258.00 189.25 Total ast Cost 199.90 West End Neighborhood Service Center 725 Lawton Street, S. W. Beraness Georgia 30310 : Unit Total Date of Theft Description Quantity Cost __ Cost Jan, 5, 1966 Sewing Machine, Kennoxe portable, w/attachzents : Ser. Nos. 24114, 24116 2 ea. 107.00 214,00 Nash/Washington Neighborhood Service Center 247 Ashby Street, Northwest Atlanta, Georgia 30314 Unit Total Date of Theft Deseription Quantity Cost Cost _ April 20, 1966 Typewriter, Royal MC-13 ; Manual, Standard Elite Ser.No. 8136474 1 ea. 189.25 189.25 Oct. LL, 1967 Typevriter, IBM 13" Electric Standard Model Ser, Nos. 197330, 1975540 2 ea. 423,00 £46.00 ~~ = Nash/Washington Neighborhood Service Center Extension 141 Walnut Street, N. W. Atlanta, Georgia 30314 Unit ° Total Date of Theft Description Quantity Goes. Cost April 1, 1968 Sewing Machine, Singer portable, Model. 337 w/case Ser. Nos. EX547024,EX547949 2 ea, 95.95 191.90 Northwest Neighborhood Service Center . 1927 Hollywood Road, N. W. Atlanta, Georgia 30318 Unit Total Date of Theft Description Quantity Cost Cost Oct. 15, 1966 Tape Recorder, Wollensak fodel 5150 w/accessories Ser. No. 51503925 1 ea. 216.52 216s 52 June 2, 1967 ‘Camera, Kodak Instamatic . Model No. A 704 Ser. No. 008997 1 ea, 74.51 74.51 The House of U. S. E. 36 Georgia Avenue, S. E. Atlanta, Georgia 30315 Unit Total Date of Theft — _Deseription Quantity Cost LGost Oct. 6, 1966 Phonograph turntable, Garrad, w/pover amplifier AM 295, w/2 speakers 1 ea. 95.00 95,00 / East Central Neishborhood Service Center 486 Decatur Street, Southeast Atlanta, Georgia 30312 Unit Total Date of Theft Description Quantity Lost. Cost | Aug. &, 1966 Adding Machine, Victor Model 17-S3-54, 10 key Ser. No. 2229-045 1 ea. 215.10 215.10 Date of Theft July 13, 1966 Dec. 7, 1966 Dec. 30, 1966 Dec.30, 1966 Dec. Dec, Nov. Nov. * Nov. 30, 1966 8, 1957 8, 1967 Atlanta Employment Evaluation and Service Center 1599 Memorial Drive, §. Atlanta, Georgia 30317 Description Transeribing Machine Telefunken, Model Ser. Ne. 4320380 Adding Machine, Victor Model 17-83-54, 10 key Beiga color Ser. No. 2520-550 Transcribing Machine Telefunken Model Ser. Nos. 4320637 4320629 Typewriter, Remington Electric 13 Model No. 25 Ser. Nos. 234563, 243339 Typewriter, Remington Electric 17" Model 25 Ser. No. ’ 2345 64 Television, RCA, 21" portable, Ser. No. 61AAB 4829 Projector, Graflex Model 920 . 16MM, Ser. ar Oe 320007 Typewriter, Royal, Blectric Model GAC-13, 13" Standard Elite, Moss Green, Ser. No, 834778 [20 us Camera, Instamatic Kodak Model No. 804 w/case Ser. *® No. 069412 5 -4J¢ Quantity 7 1 ea. i ea: eas 1 ea. 1 ea, Unit Cost 250.00 215.10 250.09 364.50 391.00 131.95 367.00 375.00 62.73 Total Cost 250.00 215.10 500.00 729.00 391.00 131,95 367.00 Date of Theft April 4, 1968 Date of Theft Dec. 8, 1957 Date of Theft Jan. 2, 1967 Jane 2, 1967 Jan, 2, 1967 Jan. 2, 1967 Jan, 2, 1967 Jan; 2; 1967 Atlanta Legal Aid Office-1839C Hollywood Rd., H.W. Atlanta, Georgia 30318 Description | Quantity Adding Machine, Victor 10 key, Model 17-83-54 Ser. No. 2975-172 1 ea. Economic Opportunity Atlanta, Ine. 101 Marietta Street, N. W. Atlanta, Georgia 30303 oe ote ete et ——— Tape Recorder, Wollensak poxtable, Model 4100 Ser. No. 713716 i ea. Price Neighborhood Service Center 1127 Capitol Avenue, S. E. Atlanta, Georgia 30315 Description Quantity Typewriter, IDM, 13" Electric, Standard Model Ser. No, 1985819 1 aa. Typewriter, IBM, 17" Electric, Standard Model Ser. No. 1973511 1 ea. Typewriter, Royal, Manual £ 3 a 3 HC-13, Standard Blite Ser. Nos. 6147235, 8151296 2 @a. Sewing Machine, Singer portable, w/case Modal No. 604K, Ser. No. AP537146 jl ea. Sewing Machine, Singer portable, w/ case Model No. 604% Sex. No. 28118 i ea, Sewing Machine, Benmore portable, w/case Model No. 84 1, Gas Ser. No, 03299 Unit Cost 215.10 Unit Cost 64,50 Unit Cost | 423.00 450,60 119,00 Total Cost 215.10 Total Cost 84.50 Total Cost 423,00 450,00 119,00
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Box 3, Folder 12, Document 3

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  • Text: EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT SOUTHEAST REGIONAL OFFICE OFFICE OF ECONOMIC ATLANTA, GEORGIA 30308 OPPORTUNITY February 9, 1968 Ke Mayor Ivan Allen, Jr. oP Mayor of Atlanta y 68 Mitchell Street, S. W. Atlanta, Georgia Dear Mayor Allen: The 1967 Amendments to the Economic tae ae made impo t changes in the requirements for community action agencies which conduct local anti-poverty programs under Title II of the Act. The new amendments give state and local governments the right to designate the community action agency to serve their areas. The relevant government may designate the existing CAA as the agency to carry on the anti-poverty program after July 1, 1968. Alterna- tively, it may elect to designate itself or another public agency or private non-profit organization to assume responsibility for community action programs. As a general matter an existing community action agency must cease operations by February 1, 1969, if the second alternative is chosen. In addition, all community action agencies--both new and old--must satisfy the revised requirements concerning the composition of the agency's board of directors by July 1, 1968. By May 1, 1968, existing CAA's must submit certification that such requirements have been met or that they will be met prior to July 1, 1968. The enclosed booklet explains the amendments and the policies, procedures and application forms which must be followed. It is important that you familiarize yourself with those policies and procedures at once, since steps must be taken very quickly if compliance with the new requirements is not to result in disruption of vital services to the poor in those communities which already have community action agencies. Please note that the state or local government designation of a community action agency and the accompanying application to OEO for its recognition should be received by OEO not later than July 1, 1968. Other local governments within the area to be served by the agency must be notified of the intention to apply at least 45 days beforehand--that is, not later than May 15, 1968. Se In view of this time schedule, I cannot stress too strongly the need for prompt attention to the enclosed booklet. Copies of the application forms may be obtained for your use by filling out and returning the enclosed Notice of Intention to Designate which we would like to have by March 15, 1968. I urge you to do so as soon as possible so that we can be of maximum assistance to you. The name of the OEO official who has immediate responsibility for your area is listed below. Please feel free to contact him after you have read the enclosed materials. Sincerely, > “ZF. T. Ralph A. Phelps, Regional Director
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Box 3, Folder 12, Document 30

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  • Text: 5/15/68 ny Memorandum on Reorganization of EOA Board Modification of the selection process for representation on the Board of Directors of Economic Opportunity Atlanta, Inc. is required by 1967 amendments to the Economic Opportunity Act, to be effective by July 1, 1968. The following composition of the Board would be consistent with the new requirements and the charter and by-laws of EOA: 1. Total number of seats will be 39. (Present number is 33. ) 2. Number of seats for representatives of the poor will be 14. (No change.) - One representative is elected by the poor in each of the fourteen Neighborhood Service Areas into which Atlanta and Fulton, Gwinnet, and Rockdale Counties are divided. 3. Number of seats for chief elected officials or their representatives will be 14. (Present number is 19. ) Representatives will be selected by elected officials or public agencies as follows: Atlanta Mayor and Board of Aldermen 4 Fulton County Commissioners of Roads and Revenues 4 Gwinnett County Commissioners of Roads and Revenues 1 Rockdale County Commissioner of Roads and Revenues 1 1 1 ] 1 Atlanta Board of Education Georgia Commissioner of Labor Atlanta Regional Metropolitan Planning Commission Atlanta Community Relations Council 4. Number of seats for major private organizations or interest groups will be 11. (None now selected directly. ) One representative will be selected by each of the following groups: (Business) Atlanta Chamber of Commerce (Community Services) Atlanta Federal Executive Board (Education) Atlanta University Center Corporation (Employment) National Alliance of Businessmen, Atlanta (Health) Atlanta Health Planning Council (Labor) Atlanta Labor Council (Planning) Community Council of the Atlanta Area, Inc. (Religion) Christian Council of Metropolitan Atlanta, Inc. (Social Service) Metropolitan Atlanta Community Services, Inc. | (Gwinnett Services) (Determined through County Commissioners) | (Rockdale Services) (Determined through County Commissioner) | 5. Representatives will be selected to serve July 1 through December 31, 1968, with reappointment or replacement as of January 1, 1969, for a full one-year term.
  • Tags: Box 3, Box 3 Folder 12, Folder topic: Economic Opportunity Atlanta | Inc. | 1968
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Box 3, Folder 12, Document 26

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  • Title: Box 3, Folder 12, Document 26
  • Text: CITY OF ATLANTA. CITY HALL ATLANTA, GA. 30303 May Zl, 1968 Tel. 522-4463 Area Code 404 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: Mayor Ivan Allen, Jr. From: Dan Sweat ew Boisfeuillet and I have discussed this reorganization on numerous occasions and the memorandum on reorganization of the EOA board (attached) is a result of our joint concurrence, We feel this will satisfy all the governments involved and certainly the vast majority of the private agencies. DS:fy leu, FOr oe
  • Tags: Box 3, Box 3 Folder 12, Folder topic: Economic Opportunity Atlanta | Inc. | 1968
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Box 3, Folder 12, Document 28

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  • Text: Wohin, Hk pili, Pilih Le Ae Beard Eis ghia Fh ae en.
  • Tags: Box 3, Box 3 Folder 12, Folder topic: Economic Opportunity Atlanta | Inc. | 1968
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Box 3, Folder 12, Document 67

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  • Title: Box 3, Folder 12, Document 67
  • Text: INSTITUTE OF PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION TRUSTEES LUTHER GULICK, CHAIRMAN LYLE c. FITCH 55 WEST 44 STREET RICHARO S.CHILDOS, VICE CHAIRMAN ALFRED C. NEAL NEW YORK, N.Y. 10036 JOHN 5S. LINEN, TREASURER OTTO L.NELSON (212) 661-2540 FRANCIS W.H.ADAMS GEORGE S.VAN SCHAICK CABLE: “INSTADMIN™ BETHUEL M.WEBSTER LYLE C. FITCH, PRESIDENT July 1, 1968 The Honorable Ivan Allen, Jr. Mayor of the City of Atlanta City Hall Atlanta, Georgia Dear Mayor Allen: As you know, federally supported programs in the poverty and manpower training fields require some degree of local contribution. Presently, the local contribution is a small percentage of the total and we believe that most municipalities meet it with in-kind rather than cash contributions. However, there is continuing discussion in Congress to raise the local share. Municipalities thus would be required to assume a greater portion in cash. We are interested in learning, for a study we are conducting, Atlanta's present contribution of municipal tax-levied funds to federal programs and also your estimate of your city's capability to pick up a greater share. In particular we are interested in the following programs: Community Action Programs under Title II of the Economic Opportunity Act (EOA); the Neighborhood Youth Corps under Title IV of the EOA; the Work Experience Program under Title V of the EOA; the Work Study Program under the Higher Education Act; and Manpower Training Programs under the Manpower Development and Training Act. We appreciate your cooperation with this project. Sincerely, fA HA 4 Howard N. Mantel | Assistant Director lh GuS put
  • Tags: Box 3, Box 3 Folder 12, Folder topic: Economic Opportunity Atlanta | Inc. | 1968
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Box 3, Folder 12, Document 47

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  • Title: Box 3, Folder 12, Document 47
  • Text: “4 at, ae i ates CITY HALL ATLANTA, GA. 303038 Tel. 522-4463 Arca Code 404 May 23, 1968 IVAN ALLEN, JR., MAYOR R. EARL LANDERS, Administrative Assistant MRS, ANN M. MOSES, Executive Secretary DAN E. SWEAT, JR., Director of Governmental Liaison To: Members of the Board of Aldermen Gentlemen: Attached is a copy of a "Notice of Public Hearing", This hearing has been scheduled for Friday, May 31, at 11:00 a.m, in the Aldermanic Chambers. The designation of Economic Opportunity Atlanta, Inc. as’ - the City's official community action agency will be discussed at this time, I would like to urge each of you to attend this very important hearing if your schedule permits, Sincerely yours, aM tit al Ivan Allen, Jry# Mayor i IAIr:ty Enclosure
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Box 3, Folder 12, Document 57

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  • Text: EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT SOUTHEAST REGIONAL OFFICE OFFICE OF ECONOMIC ATLANTA, GEORGIA 30303 OPPORTUNITY June 26, 1968 Mr. Dan E, Sweat, Jr. Director of Governmental Liaison City of Atlanta City Hall Atlanta, Georgia 30303 Dear Mr, Sweat: Thank you for your very kind letter of June 11, 1968, and for your good wishes with regard to my appointment as Regional Director, I sincerely hope that my service will justify the confidence that Mr. Harding and so many others have placed in me, One of the real anticipated pleasures of moving to Atlanta is the apparent excellence of city government, I have the highest regard for Mayor Allen and his aims and objectives, I sincerely hope that you will let me know if this office can ever serve you. Thanking you again for your very kind consideration, I remain Respectfully, liam Regional Directo
  • Tags: Box 3, Box 3 Folder 12, Folder topic: Economic Opportunity Atlanta | Inc. | 1968
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Box 3, Folder 12, Document 70

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  • Text: CITY OF ATLANTA RECREATION, EMPLOYMENT AND ENRICHMENT PROGRAM FOR SUMMER, 1968 Proposed Budget Cost: Personnel $ 974,967 Consultants and Contract Services 3,000 Travel 92,145 Space Cost and Rentals ; 263,205 Consumable Supplies 291,297 Rental, Purchases, Lease of Equipment 143,430 Gther Costs 58,425 Total Cost $1,826,469 To Be Financed By: In Kind Contributions:* City of Atlanta $197,485 Atlanta Board of Education 290,205 $ 487,690 Grant-In-Aid, Economic Opportunity Atlanta 325,000 Grant Under Title I of Education Act §11,000 Registration, Fees, Etc. 72,779 Additional Funds to be Provided by: Atlanta Board of Education 130,000 City of Atlanta 300,000 1,826,469 *Estimated value of personnel, facilities, etc., of the City and the Atlanta Board of Education which are allocated to the program to increase the local share contribution for Grant purposes.
  • Tags: Box 3, Box 3 Folder 12, Folder topic: Economic Opportunity Atlanta | Inc. | 1968
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