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Box 3, Folder 2, Document 2

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  • Text: METROPOLITAN ATLANTA YOUTH OPPORTUNITY CAMPAIGN Summer 1968 An Inventory of Children and Youth Activities in Your Community Compiled By The Atlanta Children and Youth Services Council Mayor Ivan Allen Jr, General Chairman Robert M. Wood, Chairman of Executive Committee For Further Information Call--522-4463, Ext. 437 Inventory of Summer School and Recreational Activities in Southeast Atlanta. General Information For aformetion about Youth Employment, please call : Youth Opportunity Center- 875-0972] Your Local Ne*.ghborhood Service Center: (EOA) East Central Neighborhood Service Center --577-1735 Edgewood Neighborhood Service Center 378-3643 Price Neighborhood Service Center 525-1574 South Fulton Neighborhood S&rvice Center 757-7541 City of Atlanta Personnel “epattment 522--4463 Ext. 267 For Volunteer Service Opportuaities, please contact your local: Neighborhood Service Center. (EOA) YMCA YWCA Boys' Clubs Girls' Clubs Atlanta Children and Youth Services Council 522-4463 Ext. 437 Fo: Information about scholarships for summer school, please call your Area Superintendent (5) Dr. G. Y. Smith- 577-3050 For information about Art and Cultural Programs, please call: The Atlanta Arts Council - 522-1300 Ext-200 Atlanta Parks and Recreation Department 522-4463 Ext. 311 Your Local Neighborhood Service Center. (KOA) The Atlanta Children and Youth Service Council- 522--4463 Ext. 437 If you are a teenager and have any kind of a social or personal problem, and want to talk to semeone in confidence about it, please call: The Atlanta Children and Youth Cervices Council, 9:00 to 5:00, 522-4463 Ext. 437 Community Council of Atlanta, Inc. 577-2250, 9:00 to 5:00 Your Local Neighborhood Service Center, (EOA) 9:00 to 5:00 For opportunities for Ctory-hours, contact your local branch of the Atlanta Public Library. The Crime Prevention Bureau will be conducting several educational- community information programs and will be assisting agencies in record hops and other community programs. For further information, please contact: Capt. Jordan, Lt. Dickson or Sgt. Harris, at: The Crime Prevention Bureau- 522-7363 or: The Crime Prevention Bureau Officer at Your Neighborhood Service Center. (EOA) For information about Church Programs going on in your commmity, contact; sae - — ? . oe * = CMe o* a Va Christian Council of Atlanta---523-7533 OPPORTUNITIES FOR LEARNING Summer School Programs Elementary Schools at Blair Village, Cook, Guice, Reynolds, Johnson, Staton and Daniel Stanton. Enrichment programs, ‘inet, , cludes; art, music, language, dramatics. June 12- July 19. Mon.- Fri., 8:00-11:00. High School Propran= at Roosevelt. Wide range of regular and special subjects, with full credit upon completion. June 1ll- Aug. 2, Mon.- Fri. 8:00-12:45, Headstart Programs If your child has never been to school ber: fore and will be attending for the first time in September, check with your Neigh- borhood Service Center to see if he or she is eligible. OPPORTUNITIES FOR RECREATION Supervised redreation progrums, instruc- tions and athletic leagues are available at the following locations throughout the summer for all age groups. These include swimming, tennis, softball, basketball, track, volleyball, gymnastics, dancing, arts, crafts, teen club. Parks and Recreation Centers Brownwood, Brownwood Ave., SE Carnes-Campbell, 1587 Wilcox STt.,SE East Lake, Alston Dr. & Daniel St., SE Orchard Knob Rec. Center, School Dr., SE Playgrounds and Plaglots Butler, 98 Yonge St., SE Capitol, 811 Capitol Ave., SE Cook, 211 Memorial Dr., SE Hubert, 1043 Memorial Dr., SE Wylie and Tye, SE Connally, near Richardson St., SE Haygood and Crew Sts., SB Park Ave. and Lansing, SE 196 Savannah St., SB Harper Park, Poole Creek Rd., SE Daniel Stanton Park, Martin & Boynten Sts. University and Hubbard Sts., SE Daniel between Edgewood & DeKalb Aves., SE South Bend, Lakewood and Cleveland Ave.,SE The City of Atlanta- Summer- Fun ‘Programs: Brownwood- 3- 2 wk-sessions South Bend 2- 2 wk. sessions The City of Atlanta- Swimming and Tennis classes: Brewnwood, East Lake, South Bend, Joyland, Wesley. Classes begin June 12 through Aug. 93 EOA Neighborhood Centex Center staff will help organize sports and .+ -~ other activities for youngsters and adults. Will advise youngsters on opportunities available for summer camp. East Central, 486 Decatur St., SE Edgewood, 1723 Boulevard Dr., SE Price, 1127 Capitol Ave., SE Summerhill-Mechanicsville, 65 Ga, Ave., SE Full Day Recreation Programs and Day Camps Atlanta Girls' Club, Southeast Branch 550 Boulevard, SE 627-5207 Girls 6-18. June 10- August 16 Mon.-Sat. 10:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Swimming, homemak- ing, dancing, sports. (Fee) Grady Homes Boys' Club 119 Hilliard St., SE ~-577- 2732 Boys 6--18, Mon. -Sat., 9:00 am. 9:00p.m. Arts, crafts, library, social activities. Grady Homes Community Girls' Club. 148 Bell St., SE -5243361 Girls 6--18, Mon.- Fri., 9:00- 3:30 (Fee) Salvation Army Fultrm Boys' Club 172.Carroll St., SE - 577--1592 Boys 7-17, Mon. - Sat., 9:00- 6:00 Sports, games, TV, arts & crafts. (Fee) Salvation Army Fulton Girls' Club 172 Carroll St., SE - 577- 1592 Girls 7-18, Mon.- Sat., 9:00- 9:00 Sports, games, TV, homemaking. (Fee) Virgil P. Warren Boys’ Club 190..Berne St., SE - 622- 1558 Boys 6-18, Mon. - Sat., 9:00 a.m.- 9:00 p.m. Arts, crafts, library, social activities. (Fee) = +? sé YMCA, Southeast Branch 1765 Memorial Dr., SE -373-6561 Boys 6-12, Mqn.-Fri., 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., June 17-Aug. 9. Games and crafts (Fee) Joseph B. Whitehead Boys' Club 1900 Lakewood Ave., SE - 627-4617 Boys 6-18, Mon.-Sat., 9:00a.m. to 9:00 pem. Arts, crafts, library, social activities. (Fee) Kirkwood Christian Center 1895 Boulevard Dr., SE - 377-6353 Play yard weekdays, June 10-Aug. 16 limit number, ages 4-8, 9:00 a.m.-noon. Ages 7-13, 9:00 to noon and 2:00 p.m. 4:30 p.m. Crafts, table games, drama, music. Methodist Parish House 364 Kelly St, SE - 577-1569 Playmobile Mon.-Fri. 9:30 a.m.-noon. Vacation Bible School, June 9-13, 7:009:00 a.m. Teen Council 3:00 p.m.-6:00 p.m. Pool tables, dancing, games. Wesley Community Centers, Inc. (3 locations) Bethlehem Community Center, 9 McDonough Blvd. Capitol Homes Ctr., 175 Woodward Way, SE 622-0919 or 525-5841 Richardson St. Center Day camp for boys and girls ages 6-11 June 10- July 21, 9:00 a.m. 2 p.m. Cook- outs, swinnimg, hikes, crafts. Camping. YMCA, Butler St. Summerhill Extension 630 Fraser St., SE 524-0246 Day Camp for boys and girls 6-14, Mon. thru FPri., 9:00 a.m. to 4:00p.m., June 3 for two -five weeks sessions Boy Scouts, 165 Waiton St., 523-7805 Day Camp for Non-Scout Boys 11-14, Camp J. K. Orr, 2 days per week, June 24- Aug 10 Swimming, boating, sports, crafts. Camp Fire Girls- LeWasi Day Camp 3400 Gordon Rd., SW - 525-7635 (Fee) For non-member boys and girls 7-15 June 19-30, 9:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Sports, games, cookouts, folk dancing. YMCA, Metro Atlanta 445 Luckie Street, NW - 525-5401 Boys 6-13, 9:00 to 11:30 a.m., Monday= Saturday. Gym & Swimming, Small group games. (Fee) a, YMCA, Grant Park Day Camp - 525-540] Boys and girls 6-13, June 12 - July 21, 8:30 a.m. 50 4:c00 p.m. (Fee) | YMCA, South Bend Day Camp - 525-5491 Boys and girls 6-13, June 12-July 21, 8:30 a.m. tO 4:00 p.m. (Fee) YMCA, 72 Edgewood Ave., NE, 524-3416(Fec) Hi-Neighbor Program, girls 6-12, boys 6-10, June 17-Aug.17, 9:00 a.m. 50 5:00 p.m. Swimming, arts, crafts, games, drawing, stunts, chart reading, folk dancing. YWCA, Phyllis Wheatley Branch (Fee) 599 Tatnall St., SW - 523-0543 Girls 6-16, Mon.-Fri., 9:00 a.m. tO 4:00 p.m. Swimming, movies, homemaking, sports. YWCA Program, Thomasville Community Bible Way Church 1840 Thomasville Dr., SE - 523-0543 Day Camp for girls 6-16, Mon.-Fri., 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. June 10-Aug. 19 Homemaking, outdoor recreation, Swimming at Washington Park, (Fee) trips, cooking, nature stuay. Camp Fire Girls - Camp Wohelo (Day Camp) Girls 7-17, June 10-21. (Fee) East Side Boys Club - 1400 Blvd. Dr. NE - 523-0724 _ Boys 6-18, 9:00 - 9:00 Art & Cultural Programs, arts, crafts, sports, games etc. Northwest Ga. Girl Scout Council Exchange Park Day Camp. For Girls 7-17, July 9-12, 16-19, July 23-26, July 30-Aug 2. Northwest Ga. Girl Scout Council - Forest Park Day Camp. For Girls 7-17, July 8-11, 15-18 Camp Fire Girls Camp Tawasi N. Parkwood Rd, Decatur For Girls 7-17, June 17-28, July 1-12, Reynoldstown Community Girls Club Day Camp for girls 6-18. June 13 - Aug-26, us OPPORTUNITIES FOR RESIDENT CAMPS Wesley Community Center 9 McDonough Blvd. SE - 627-0176 3 locations - Bethlem Center - Capitol Homes Center Richard Street Center. Camp for boys and Girls 6-15. July 3-12, July 17-26 - (Fee) Atlanta Recreation Dept. Camp Lake Allatoona, Acworth Boys and girls, 8-12. Three day and two night sessions. June 17-Aug., 30. Swimming, boating, camp skills. Atlanta Boys' Club 1191 Donnelly Ave., SW - 758-1467 Girls 8-16, June 6-Aug.-16. Boy Scouts, 167 Walton St., NW - 523-7805 For non-Scout boys 11-17, Camp Emerson, Bert Adams Scout Res., Covington. 6 days per week, June 23-Aug.-4; Swimming, boating, camp skills, SPECIAL TEEN PROGRAMS. Grady Homes Community Girls' Club 148 Bell St. SE 524-3361 Girls 6-18, June 1l- July 31. Supper Club, Sewing, home nursing. Butler Street YMCA 22 Butler St, Summer Fun Club. from 4:00 to 8:00 each evening. Kirkwood Christian Center 1895 Boulevard Dr. §.E. 377-6353 Program in planning stage, please call for further information.
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Box 3, Folder 2, Document 6

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  • Text: REMOVE AND USE FOR DRAFT COPY APPLICANT GRGANIZATION APPLICATION NUMBER ATLANTA CHILDREN AND YOUTH SERVICES COUNCIL OTHER GRANT SUPPORT INSTRUCTIONS: List all other support for this project, including requests now being considered by PHS. Amounts shown should re- flect total funds awarded or pending over the entire grant period indicated in the final column. Use continuation page, if necessary, and follow same format. PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICE SUPPORT SENT Ue Ee TITLE OF ACTIVE OR APPROVED PROJECT TOTAL AMOUNT POT RE ERION DF SUREORE (If designated) 2 2 rah nS GIVE DATES (FROM—TO) 314 (e) (1) COMMUNLTY DEVELOPMENT AIDE $565,425 May, 1968 - PROJECT (RODENT CONTROL) May, 1971 APPLICATIONS PENDING DECISION (Give title and requested amount) ALL OTHER FEDERAL AND NONFEDERAL SUPPORT [RELATED TO THIS PROJECT) TOTAL PERIOD OF SUPPORT GIVE DATES (FROM-TO) SAG Iner ne. TITLE OF PROJECT OR PROGRAM TOTAL AMOUNT APPLICATIONS PENDING DECISION (Give title and requested amount) PHS-—4685-1 (PAGE 5) 4-66
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Box 3, Folder 2, Document 10

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  • Text: oA DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND URSAN DEVELOPMENT URBAN RENEWAL PROGRAM COMMUNITY RENEWAL PROGRAM PROGRESS REPORT CONSOLIDATED BUDGET REPORT FUR NONTH See PROJECT NO, CRP Nevenber 30, 19 68 LOCALITY Atlanta, Georgia CreLed PUBLIC EODY Atlanta Children and Youcn Services Coume dd. y CRP-CK 121 COMMUNITY RENGWAL PROGRAM AO. REPORTING DATE BOVeRMoer Guy PLL INSTRUCTIONS: : F< [ Dispatch original and 2 copies to reach the HUD Reyzional Office by the 20th of the montn following each calendar cuarter. A. PLANNING PERIOD Date of approval of initial budget: March , 1968 - Current estimated date for submission No. of months orr which budget is currently approved: 12 of Community Renewal Program to HUD;“arci. 19-- B, REPORT OF PROGRAM COSTS a LATEST APPROVED COST INCURRED _ OUTSTANDING TOTA UNENCUMBERED Cee Bee aah (BUDGET DAT? TO DATE COMMITMENTS ENCUNBRANCLS BALANCE (a) (b) (c) (da) (e) NUHBER DESCRIPTION i Fed. | Loc. | Tot. Fed. |Loc. } Tot. Fec.| Loc.| Tot. Fed.{ Loc. | Tot. Feds | Loc. fot C 1810.2 Staff Salaries 128 ,000 10,70438,700{19,163 |8,845| 28,008] 9 0 O 419,16548,845 42s,ouds,637 fr,ssu 10,6 T rr) Imployee Benefit ae Ses Coatriputions | 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 U u Of oF pia ‘ i Sina : Cae — { Cc 140.91 Travel 900 30q 1,200 118 0 118 G G 0 ilo G il 792 ou a9 Oe ! C 110,92 Reproduction and Reports 7vO{ 304 1,000 HG S1dp Sly 4 2 : een Bae soy eeu | a | C 1410.92 Qther Administrative 4OO | 3,504 3,400 HOO 42,170] 2,570] u b G NCO }Z,170 $2,574 © 1,590 1,336 C 1430 Contract Services 6 0 0 ( 0 y y Gg 6 0 y 0 U C L460 Otner Costs (speci oe ews optaah ad itfonal f Sheetg if necessa Vy 0 0 0 0 C 0 0 0 6 0 0 by | ‘ : 4 a. | b, Ce * | . ; ’ ds i yoo = { - a | 475 | sonexpendable Baie, 0 200 f S06 0 SGU f 50L 0) 0 0 . U y OC 50x G u u " 5 . f j j TOTAL 30,0001 80445 ,000 19,7272 00451, 757 0 u yo 19,727 7YL2, 030433 ,7SALL 279 fo, 4Gs | 13,545 Item No. C 1410.2 T 4 PERSONNEL BUDGET MONTHS NOVEMBER ' DECEMBER JANUARY Fed, Loc, Tot 4 Fed. Loc, Tot. Fed. Loc. Tot. Fed. Loc, Tot. sub Total EERIE J,u0u- | 3,000 4 2 | - Position: Program Development Sp, . me « 1. Lewis F. Dinkins 4 606 0 600 Zia { ; fiat 2 rea : va : Pesition: Secretary Office lianacer 6,500 0 6,500 ¢ 1. Karen Kovac, Lauren ticClanahan f 2. Andrea E, Smit Hy 211 G Zil 3. Eulene C. Felton 4} 100 0 4UU a sl! “psy Pesition: 11,500 0 4 S00 h 1. Dulen fi x 25. Vikeiz f : 3s Deira fi i Ge) ! po FSU] Pesition: Reereation Planning Sp. 1,000 41,000 | 2,000 ¥' 1. Nichael K. Pay f Budget Report for-the Month of November 30, 196% Total Budget 34,700 Federal 28,0°T Local 10,700 Others Items Inculdea Salaries anc Vases as PROJEC moss i N Ox CRP}-1i4 a PART I 2. Helen D. Jones Dis ane Pesition: Inter-Acenzy Specialist 1,000 G 1,006 i 1. Steven Fox k 2 4 Be y = Ji Pesition: Supportive Services Sp. 1,000 0 1,000 i 1, Wilson Ashmore | at | 2. Arthur Langford, Jr. | ! { [oe helen D. Jones | | : lPcsition: iIndivicual Service Specialid#1,000 1,000 ]2,000 ff 1. Terry L. Alien 7 i i 2, Arthur Langford, dr. ; ‘ = Bi 3 i i Ph nlenemmeny fine tree . i *FEDERAL SHARE USED. a — C Budget Report for the Month of /¢veiier 30, 190% Total Budget 20,/bu F Sepa bcmeeieg Items Inculded OG 25.000 Local 19 yo, Others GUG wales Item No. C 1410,2 — . s ~ t Se i PERSONNEL BUDGET 5 MONTHS — 7 fa % i ster e j h NOVEMBER i DECEMBER JANUARY i Fed, Loc, Tot’ j Fed. Loc, Tot. Fea, Loc. Tot. Loc, Lbs ‘ ‘ Dosition: Youth Coordinator 0 §,700 | 5,700 f 7 Tahn : : 1 aha John. , Cox t 0 N75 475 D. ¢ ie 1 “ a * a z 5 4 in Position: imployment Plannins Sos. 1,000 2,000 13,000 ' 1. Charles Storm i Da Terr Vv 1 Allen 4 = B y +i ——— + it Pesition: Community Orsanization Sp, 2,000 | 1,000 } 3,000 : lL. Dan Sweat ft - 2. Steven Fox 4 3. Arthur Lansford ; Ee EES Hy 326 G 326 -— —— = = . i Position: Arts and aD. 1,000 1,000 {2,000 3 l. George vattie i 2, Doris Lucker i 3, Terry L. Ailen ui 538 0 538 a: Pesition: Business Liaison Specialist 0 1,000 1,000: { 1, James L. MeGovern : Public Relations Specialist | Lindsey, Iric. 2,000 {2,000 . Sa ee ea Total Personnel 28,00 415,700 ae 2,075 | 475 42,550} i : fee | ee *i,0CAL SHARE USED, Lope es ee ee eee Budget:-Report for the Month of scvemlLer 2o, 1968 : PROJECT WO, Total Budget 1,200 Federal oc Local «j: Others Items Inculded Out of Town Vreven Item No, C L4ICTSI BUDGET MONTHS NOVEMBER DECEMBER JANUARY g Fed. | Loc. Tot Fed. Loc, Tot, Fed. Loc. ‘Tots Fed, Loc. Tot. sub Total 900 300 11.200 0 0. 0 treo eet cn ere 8 swe ee Sms eee a 1 ov . oso ae ot i } . 900 300 1,200 BY 0 O. 0 ae — Budget Report for the Month of Total Budget 3,900 fovenver Federal i:.)% gu ap an Goe PROJECT WO, “:--"h 12 ; Local :, 5¢., Others ; * Items Inculded ental of buildins, neat, Licbis. wiilities sett: Fri > aid car expense = Item No. : ; 3 > ¢ z OTHER ADMINISTRATIVE COST BUDGET A MONTHS . f NOVEMBER DECEMBER JANUARY ' Fed. Loc. Tot 3 Fed. Loc, Tot. Fed. Loc, rots Fed. ~-Loc. , Tot. Sub Total me E ¢ Rental of telephones, utilities, etc. 100 . 3,500 | 3,500 ¢ 0 16 16 | i ” ¥ 1 * i 4 . _t ££ f =Car Allowance 100 0 100 4 : Lewis F. Dinkins 1 07 “6 uu ; | John W. Cox i 0 SG 56 | Terry L. Allen 1d 0 “UL i] 4 i a : i iF, I.C.A. Expense 100 100 { 4 - { ‘ i = ‘ it j | a - 1 + e We I —- = | i od | “fi ~ levailing Expense 100 100: § | ef i ' | 4 { 1 | vd , | a 1 mit ‘ | : | i 4 | a= "i | Z| | | | - 3 | i em Th | \ *FEDSRAL SHARE USED. y0O | 3,500 | 3,900 1 0 297 ,297 |} i } } } Item No. C 1410.92 iT Budget Report for the Month of November 3, 1966 Total Budget 1,000 Federal = 764% Local 309 Others Items Inculded kheprocuctiou or moterial auc reports PROJECT NO. 22- fras ———— REPRODUCTION AND REPORTS BUDGET MONTHS Fed. | Loc. Tot > NOVEMBER DECEMBER JANUARY Fed. ° Loc. Tot. Fed. Loc, ‘lot. Fed. Loc, Tot. - a Sub Total 700 300 1,000 0 0. 0 se aii eaeeeceriheamn aed ot naive j - > . aa he gS ty ye ee Seer ri Ler Stata tae TS hy ME ace a re Total 700 w oa =) = aware = i eee ee R= ee — Budget Report for the Month of tiovember 30, 1568 PROJECT NO,( 3P--124 ~ | k Total Budget 3C0 Federal Z Local 5¢. Others r e Items Inculded Desks, tycevriters, tabies, shelves soe cu iys Fn ‘ : Item No. C 1475 HON-EXPENDABLE EQUIPMENT BUDGET MONTHS , NOVEMBER DECEMBER JANUARY G Fed. Loc. Tot. Fed.} Loc. ‘rot. Fed. Loc. Tot. Sub Total 0 0 G4 Fed. |Loc. | Tot *LSU - ~ tf 0 ; 500 500 Pot Sees Start eS Se se meas if x i “LOCAL SHARE USED. G4 500 500 I 0 O Q ; i , ] :
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Box 3, Folder 2, Document 14

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  • Text: DLPARTMENT GF HOUSING AND URSAN DEVELOPMENT URBAN RENEWAL PROGRAM COMMUNITY RENEWAL PROGRAM PROGRESS REPORT CONSOLIDATED BUDGET REPORT FUR MONTH ENDED August 31, 19 68 PROJECT NO, CRP-GR 121 7 LOCALITY Atlanta, Georgia ruUBLIC Atlanta Children and Youth Services Council LODY COMMUNITY RENLWAL PROGKAH NO. CRP-CR 121 REPORTING DATL Aug. 31, 1968 INSTRUCTIONS: Dispatch original and 2 copies to reach the HUD Re,ional Gifice by the 20th of the month followings cach calendar cuarter. 4. PLANNING PERIOD 2 Date of approval of initial budget: March 6, 1968 Current estimated date for submission No. of months £°Y. which budget is currently approved: 12 of Community Renewal Program to liUD: Marchl968 3, REPORT OF PROGRAM COSTS LATEST APPROVED COST PLU BREP OUTSTANDING TOTAL UNENCUMBERED NMITME NCUKBRANCLS 2 nen ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION »pUDGET see Oh TO DATE COMMITMENTS (by plus (eS Pe tenes (a) a) () (c) (a) Ce) NULECR _ DESCRIPTION Fed. } Loc, | Tot, Fed. ]Loc, | Tot. Fed.| Loc.| Tot. Fed.| Loc. | Tot. Fed? Lec. Tot. —- i pa €. L410 /2 Staff Salaries 28,000110,70038,700} 12,032 }7,420) 19,452 0 0 0 12,03247,420 19545415 ,968 3,280 19,248 CTO .7 pipagyee, Penske o 1.0 0 C 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 € FHL. 91 Travel 900 309 1,200 118 0 118 0 0 0 118 0 114 782 300 1,082 G Z410,.92 Reproduction and Réports 700{ . 304 1,000 oF 515 542 0 0 0 27 515 544 673 0 458 3 ther Ad s : fe a eee gene Seep Ee eserves 400 43,500} 3,900} _400 41,047} 1,447] 0 0 0 uOO|L,047 {447} 0 2,453 2,453 | ‘ ‘ { C 1430 Contract Services 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 | ~TE 1460 S a be ener Coots ho aaate onal shesté i:*nedessany 0 J -o 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 de b. Ce + de | re i. Co as i ; C 1475 |Nonexpendable Equip. 0 500 500 0 S500- 500 0 0 0 , 0 500 500 0 0 0 ie : 5‘ | TOTAL B0,000 15,300} 45,300 12,577 | 9,48422,059 | 0 0 O [12,577 $9,482 |22,05917,423 6,033 23,241 Budget Report for the Month of Aug. 31,19 68 Total Budget 38,700 Federal 28,00 Local 10,70Qthers Items Inculded Salaries and Wages PROJECY WO. CRP-CR 121 PART I aS Item No. C 1410.2 1 PERSONNEL BUDGET MONTHS AUGUST SLPTLisER OCTOBER i Fed. Loc, Tot Fed. Loc. Tot. Loc. Tot. Loc. Tot. ub Total , Fosition: program Development Spe 9,000 0 9,000#| 576 0 576 i. Lewis F, Dinkins Dy j H * * a Position: Secretary Office Manager 6,500 0 6,500 § ; i. Lauren McClanahan 430 0 430 a Se Position: Clerk-Typist ~ 4,500 0 4,500 § 1. Eulene C, Felton ‘ 376 0 376 . 2. Anne Himmelstein 38 0 38 oe Position: Recreation Planning Sp. 3,000 “31,000 2,000 j 1. Helen D. Jones 7 ly) 146 0 146 2 Ne Position: Inter-Agency Specialist 1,000 41,000 } 2,999 *FSU1., Steven Fox 65 0 65 2. | | Je s aa Fosifion;: Supportive Services Sp. 1,000 0 1,000 } : “E11. Helen D. Jones ff us o. | a4 “PSU :2. Arthur Langfrod, Jr. 23 0 23 . ar) | _ |Fosition: tpgividual Services Sp. 1,000 {1,000 | 2,000 } | Psu. ]+ Terry Ls Allen 156 0 156 ze Anthur Langirod 229 0 229 Bhs ‘ ' I r ' 4 ya ei : nee v5 EDERAL SHARE USED. Item No. C 1410.2 ‘PERSONNEL BUDGET . MONTHS AUGUST SEPTEMBER OCTOBER Fed. Loc. Tot Fed. Loc. Tot. Fed.{ Loc. Tot. Fed. Loc. ‘tot. pub Total J [ees + Position: Youth Coordinator 0 5,700 | 5,700 0 475 475 11. John W. Cox i a : * . a Position: Employment Specialist 1,000 2,000} 3,000 0 700 700 , ts 2% 3 Position: _ Community Organizatiom Sp. }| 2,000 1,000] 3,000 0 0 U 1. Dan Sweat : 2. Steven Fox 61 0 61 Se Position: — Arts and Cultural Sp. 4,000 *{ 1,000] 2,000 } 1. George Beattie * ’ 0 0 0 ‘ . 2. Doris Bucker ’ 0 0 0 3 o Position: Business Liaison Sp. 0 1,000 { 1,000 | 0 0 0 *LSU; 1 James L. McGovern 2 o . = ye Position: Public Relations Sp. 0 2,000 | 2,000 fi 0 0 OQ *=LSU a Miss Ann Cobb ; : é “! 4 2. Little Neal Battle & Lindsey, Inc. Je “| _i = . ! ! ! ) : i! : ‘ | i ; 4 Total Personnel 28,000 | 15,709 43,700} 2,215 } 1,175 }3,390f Budget Report for the Month of Au. 31, 19 68 Total Budget 38,700 Federal 28,000 Local 10,70@thers Items Inculded Salaries and Wages PROJECT 110. CRP-CR 121 ——. PART II %* SOCAL SHARE USED. 2 ee Budget Report for the Month of Aus. 31, °.9 68 PROJECT WO, CRP-CR 121 ; Total Budget 1,200 Federal 900. Local 300 Others 7 Items Inculded Out of town travel. a" Item No. Cc 1410.91 TRAVEL BUDGET MONTHS AUGUST SEPTEHSER OCTOBER Fed, Loc, Tot Fed, Loc, Tot. Fed, Loc, Tot. Fed, Loc, Tot. Sub Total ¢ 900 | 300 | 1,200%! 0 0 0 ¥ i —“ . 4 . - 7 . - fl I A 4 \ 7, ezil {! Total 900° } 300 41,200} o 0 0 y ed vy Budget Report for the Month of Total Budget 1,000. Federal Aug 31 19 700 68 _700____ Local _ 300 Others Items Inculded Reproduction of material and Reports PROJECT NO. CRP-CR 121 ee Item No. C 1410,92 REPRODUCTION AND REPORTS BUDGET MONTHS ; AUGUST SEPTEHBER OCTOBER Fed. Loc. Tot § Fed. Loc, Tot. Fed, Loc, Tots Fed, Loc, Tot. bub Total | 700 300 1,000 27 0 27 - | if if . ™ Lh : a i ~~ 4 f fl = , z | Total 700 300 41,000 { 27 0 27 4 a Budget Report for the Month of Aug. 31,19 68 PROJECT NO. CRP- CR 121 t Total Budget 3,900 Federal 400 Local 3,500 Others : Items Inculded Rental of building, heat, lights, utilities, mailing, F.1I.C.A. & Car Expense se a Item No. C 1410.93 CTHER ADMINISTRATIVE COST BUDGET MONTHS ; AUGUST SEPTEMBER OCTOBER Fed, Loc, Tot Fed. Loc, Tét. Fed. Loc, Tot. Fed. Loc. Tot. pub Total Se Ser ooeerre kental of telephones, utilities, et¢y 100 3,500! 3,500 ¢ 0 166 166 Car Allowance ( Lewis F. Dinkins) 100 0 100 7 25 0 25 Car Allowance (L. McClanahan) J, 10 0 10 : i A f F.I.C.A. Expense : 100 0 100 39 48 88 100 100 f a — Se ———s Total 400° +} 3,500} 3,900 — Ss ! 76 214 289 i i rn Budget Report for the Month of Total Budget 500 Federal Aug. 0 3119 Local 500 Others Items Inculded Desks, Typewriter, tables, shelves and chairs PROJECT NO. CRP - CR 121 < Item No. C 1475 NCN-EXPENDABLE EQUIPMENT BUDGET MONTHS i AUGUST SEPTEHBER OCTOBER Fed. | Loc, Tot Fed. Loc. Tot. Fed. Loc, Tots Fed. Loc, Tot, Sub Total 0 500 500 Q 0 0 J = . = ve ‘ ~ } “| ; t | | ae | I | Total 0 500 500 | 0 0 r O ; {
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  • Text: ‘Rats Menacing Area Near Tech’ The Editors: A problem of the City of Atlanta that is not receiving the proper attention is rat control. I am a student at Georgia Tech and live in / close proximity to the Var- sity. Many times while on the way there I have just about been run over by rats trying to get out of my way... . While carrying a letter to the mailbox I almost stepped on a dead rat that was large enough to scare off the mean- | est alley cat in Atlanta. Something should be done about this situation. It is a potentially dangerous health problem. ' THOMAS BALLENTINE. | Atlanta. ywrE
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  • Text: METROPOLITAN ATLANTA YOUTH OPPORTUNITY CAMPAIGN Summer An Inventory of Childr'en 2:-id 1968 Youth Activities in Your Community Compiled By The Atlanta Chi l dr en and Youth Services Counc il Mayor Ivan Allen Jr., General Chairman Robert M. Wood , Chai rman of Executive Committee For Further Information Call-- 522- 4463, .. · Ext. 437 �~. vt::it ory of Sumrne1, ScLoo.l and Recreational Activities inNorthwest Atlanta General Information ~' c :.' .:.niormation about Youth Employment, please c all; Youth Opportunity Center--875- ~~71 522 W. Peachtree Street Your Local Ne ighborhood Service Center ( EOA) ; Central City Neighborhood Service Center 873- 6757 Eas t Ce ntra l Ne i ghborhood Service Center 799-0331 Nash-Iichacl H. Trotter Treasurer Fletcher Coor:1bs E:{ccutive Director John W. Cmc Henbers Hrs. Rhocleo Perdue, Neober at Lar:3e Frank Caroine Dejonah Franklin Nrs. Vivian Henderson G. Arthur Houell Mrs. Clayton Yates Elt. Ocie J. Irons Jerry Luxcmburner Frank A. Player Hra. Hnry A. Sanford Officio t-1 eobers Hon. Uerbert T. Jentcina ••••••••••••••••••••••••••• Chief of Police l>Ir. John H. Letson••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••Superintcndent of Schools Hr. Jack c. Delius ••••• ••• ••••••••••••••• , •••••••• General tlanaccar of Parka �Hl-IAT IS THE COUNCIL? The Youth Council is nn official municipal agency created in 1966 by the 1-1.:iyor and l3oarsenteeisu rate aoori2 student s in hinh dolinquci1t arcoo i n critical. TI-ie nedi.:1n percent of all high ochool ~ ,a!llt8 attending Atl anta Public Schools i-1as 90% in 1967. The r.:iedian rate for those hieh s chools s ervinr; lm·1 incone area s mis ::35%. fi. cr oss-the-country r er>ort ci t en the f ollouinr; reasonn f or pcra_ono droppi113 out of school ; disintercot , hone rcsponnibilitics , unfavor.:1ble parental attitudes , peer inf l uence, unhappy hone situati ons. The imne repor t characte rized t he t ypi c.:il potentinl ecl .:ind participated in an Intcrar.;cncy Tnsk Force in the E'Tl includecl a directory of such pronrar:is, conpilecl �for each quadrant of the city and distributed to school children of all ages, encoura3iug then to participate in soo.e foi-,a 0£ recreation to round out thei_r sur.uer. In addition and r:iore closely related to the e~,tploynent phase o:E the campaign, 15,000 tickets were r.i.ade available for Youth Opportunity Hisht at the Atlanta Stadiun sponsored by fin.,s and agencies participating in the Youth Opportunity Pronrarn. �• 1968 YOUTH OPPORTUNITY PROGRAH In late January 19GC Vice President Hubert Hur.rphrev, Chain-nan of the President' a Cor.ruttee on Youth Opportunity invited the city of Atlanta to a special r:1eeting in Washington, D.C. The overall purpose of this meetiu3 ,-ms to provide activities for disadvantaged youth in the areas of &,ployr..1ent~ Recreation and Education. Atlanta began i rar.ie. Publicity - Hiss Ann Cobb, Shell Oil Cor:ipany 5. Special Events - i.:Ir. Steve Fox 'Ihe effectiveness of these corc1r.1ittecs as well as the entire Youth Opportunity Progran r.iay be found under separate cover, 1968 Youth Oppor• tunity Report to the City of Atlanta. \ \ I �APPENDIX �~~g_g:s a~d ORGAN~ZATIONS PROVIDING PLANNING - COORDINATION ASSISTANCE TO THE MAYOR'S COUNCIL on YOUTH OPPORTUNITY State Agencies Federal Executive Board refense D~partncnt l~bo= Depnrtnent 1Ioc-3ing and U;:-bsn Developnent Ilealt:,, Edc~a t i oi:1 and Welfare Inte::-ior Depa:.: t r;mnt Comne~ce Depa rtnen t D~pa::tL1ent of J ustice (CRS) Agr:l..c'.:.ltu:re OEO Civil Service CoLimiss i on Count y Fu:ton County Cornr:iiss i oner s Fulton County Department of Faoily and Children Services Fulton County Schools Ful ton County Juvenile Cou;:t F~lton County Child Guidance De1'..nlb County Schools DG'.~.nlb County Juvenile Court Othe~ Public Agencies Econooic Opportunity of Atlanta Atlanta Board of Education Atla~ta Housing Authority ClG:~ton County noard of F.clucation ~ecnt~. r:: Public Schools Office of the Governor Defense Fa~i ly and Children Servi ces Education Hea lth Governor Cor:rrnission on Crime and Justice Ar ts Cor.inission Recr eation CoOfilission Uni ve rsity of Georgia Georg ia State Collee e Men ta l Health Inst i t ute Geor~i a Departnent of Labor Schol a r ship and Loa n Commiss i on State Li brary .Boar d City of At l a n ta Office of the Nayar Planning Departnent Personnel Publi c Works Department Recreation and Parks Children and Youth Services Conptroller City Service Coordination Coraounity Relations Cor.n.nission Police Department Atlanta Public Library Llyate NoE!.:'Profit Health, Education and Welfa~e Agencies Private Non-Profit Health, Education and Welfare Agencies cont'd Corilf.l~nity Chest - United Appeal Comrm.Jniiy Council of Atlanta Atlanta Mental 1:ealth Association American Social Health Association Anti-Defamation League Camp Fire Girls Atlanta Enployment Evaluation Services Centers Legal Aid Society Atlanta University School of Social Work At2.anta Urban League Bethlehem Wesley Comr.runity Centers Big Brothers Association of Atlanta Grady Homes Community Girls Clubs Atlanta University Multi-Purpose Training Center Cancer Society of Atlanta Georgia Heart Association Metropolitan Atlanta Crime Connission Goodwill Industry Boys Club, Inc8 of Atlanta Butl~r Street YMCA Camp Fire Girls, Ince Carrie Steele-Pitts Hoces Cathol:i..c Social Services of Atlanta Children Center of Metropolitan Atlanta Greater Atlanta Conmittee on Crioe and Delinquency Kirkwood Christian Center �Private Non-Profit Health~ Education and Wolfare Agencies cont'd N.ntional Youth Courtesy Foundations Paul Anderson Youth Hooe Planned Parenthood Association of Atlanta ~~ory University Metropolitan YMCA netropolitan YWCA Travelers Aid Society of Atlanta Wonen in CoDI,1unity Services St. Vicent de Poul Society Salvation Arny Religious Metropolitan Council of Churches AME Ministers Union Inter-Demccinational Ministerial Alliance Baptist Ministers Union Atlanta Archdioces Georcia Co.uncil of Churches Business, Civil Right Services and Educational Groups Atlanta Chamber of CoIDI:1erce Merit &nployers Association Retail Wholesale Merchants Association Frontier Club National Coneress of Colored Parents and Teachers National Conference of Christian and Jews Atlanta Bar Association Optimist Club of Atlanta Y's Club Butler Street YMCA Rotary Club of Atlanta Kiwanis Club Jr. League Eraory University Junior Charuber of Cooraerce Atlanta Traffic and Safety Council Council of Jewish Women Apartoent Owners Association NAACP Metropolitan Coi.::nnission on Crioe and Delinquency Georgia L'.lbor Council AFL-CIO �, -.... COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT AIDE PROJECT (RODENT CONTROL) \ \ �7 OBJECTIVES The basic objectives of this project are: 1. To significantly reduce rodent infestation in the City of Atlanta; 2. To elimina te or reduce the incidence of health and safety hazards and economic loss caused by the activities of rats; 3. To dev e lop an effective c i tizen government-involved program for creating and ma inta ining a hea lthy and s anitary environmenta l condition f ree of rodent infestation ; 4. To coor dina te the s e rvices of a ll r e levant agencies in a concentra ted effort to i mprove community condit i ons. 5. To aid and a s sist the Ci t y of Atlanta i n pr oviding more r e l evant and cons istent s erv i c es fo r its citi~ens ; 6. To pr ovide meaningf u l work experience , t r aining and educa tion for poor youth and adults . 6 �EVALUATION An evaluation of the effectiveness and impa ct of this project will be undertaken to measure the degree to which the project objectives are being attained. I. Reduction of Rodent Infesta tion will be measured -by the use of "before and after surveys" of the target areas. Specific items to be observed will include the r eduction of: A. B. C. D. E. F. G. Rat Droppings; Rat Burrows ; Rat Holes; Harborages; Rat Trails; Physical Presence; Gnawings. In addition, "before and after surveys" will be made of areas adjacent to the target areas for comparative analysis. Other items to be included in this survey will be: A. B. C. D. Number of structures needing repair; Number of structures needing to be demolished ; Regularity of garbage and trash collection; Degree of active code enforcement. Follow- up surveys will be made of the t arget areas on a biweekly basis to .; . ' • ..J ~, .. , . - \---~ ... - · , .,.. # I•_,.:·l,--~ '· ___,----.:. __ .· .,, -r -~ '· •" :.,,,..-.: _ •,.,~ ,' - ~ , -- ·- - -- " - - c•· -'· ,... __ ~ - ',, . • - -:t.. , .. ._(l .:~:\~~t_rr:':-~~-·_.-:_-._~ -~ ' I. ... ::.. , I, - ··?A-:'.-;t~i~'.il:::s;s:z1 .-,-'i Y.>.-··\;·j- . ~ ·; f --- _ •• • .  ,,,,-C . < -·~,~~.:...~ -~ ~]- .,.~; ~.;-_ -~ \ - /.. • ·-··· .,./-- ,• , •~• ,_~ • ,. ,• -..,,, .: _.·- - -,_' .• -,._ \t ·. ·----- :- ,· ~ -~_..,I""., ' --~. '\ I ,.\ ' \!'.. ' .... -{ \ ~~ ~ - ·_ - --~ ~~ ~ . .,,_,,, )E .~ - '!!l .t .. ~ i , ~ - ,_ \ • -~ • ...>'· . I".';.~' • --~ · V -. ... ' - .. 711 sf C d t'ie1 • tr -~ )d' " •s +" ~ .. • . • ~ .. ""'"' ~..;.:.,.>;,;i::,;,~;i ? ~ ";; ..143.215.248.55; .;;;.>iJ_ ' · :, ·:,.,- ~·-:,::i,.,, ·. .~::;:: ·' __~ -· - , '.: ,· · .. ,,_ .,..~-~ ·~': . . ·:,~ ' I 2. DIRECT ASSIS T ANCE s 2 600 s ?i ii :r: ;:; : ; 1. FI NANC I AL ASSISTA N CE ( CASH AWARD) G. REQUESTED FR OM PHS 2 ,100 1, 500 2 ,000 8, 000 2 , 100 500 4 ,2 00 2 , 000 2 , 000 8, 000 Office Rental Printing and Training and Cirr i culum Material Other Pr ogram Supplies (Poisons , Traps, Tools, etc .) Six Dump Trucks, one year (Rent ) 559.475 �APPL I CANT ORGAN I ZATION APPLIC ATION NUMBER 16. ESTIMAT ES FOR FUTU RE YE ARS OF PROJ ECT SU PP ORT . (DI REC T co sTs ONLY) A D DI T IONAL YEARS SU PPORT REQUEST ED 1ST BUDGET YEAR ' s 3RD BUDGET YEAR 2ND BUDG ET YEAR 4TH BUDGET Y E AR 5TH BUDGET YEAR s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s $ s $ s s A. FINANCIA L ASSISTANCE (1) PERSONN EL 503,149 (2) CO NSUL T AN T SERVICE S 3 ,000 ( 3 ) EQ UI PM E NT 11 . 758 (4) SUPP LI ES 26,818 (5) T RA VEL 4. 500 (6) OTHER E XPENSES 16.200 s (7) SUB T OTAL , FI NANCIAL ASSISTANCE s B. DI RECT ASSI ST ANCE . C. TO T AL PHS COST S s -. s D. APPLICANT SHARE E. TOTAL PRO J ECT COST 565 .425 s 559.475 5.951 565.425 REMARK S: Line 14, D, items 3 , 4 and 5 SUPPLIES TOTAL REQUESTED FOR APPLICANT SHARE AMOUNT REQUESTED FROM PHS PROJECT Warfar in ( . 05) 6,000 lbs. @ 70¢ per pound; D. D. T. {10% Dust) 6,000 lbs. @ 8¢ per pound; Red Squill (500 mg . per kg. Fortified) 6,000 lbs . @ $2.00 per pound; Yellow Corn Meal (Coarse Ground) 180,000 lbs.@ 5¢ per pound; Fish (Cheap Grade) 100 Cases @ $8.16 pe r ca se; Masking Compound (Emulsifiable Concentrate) 50 gallon drum; Ten First Aid Kits; Fifty 2- cell flashligh t s and ba tte ries; $ 4,200 $ 4,200 480 480 12,000 12,000 9,000 9,000 816 816 122 100 122 100 100 100 · $26,818 , PHS- 5028- 1 ( PAGE 4A ) - FUTU RE ES TI MATES 7 -67 $26,818 · ' �(PAGE 4B) ,I 1 Line 14, A, Items 11, 12 and 13 One of the major objectives of this project is to provide employment for indigenous, unemployed youth and'adults in all phases of this project. The primary personnel request is to achieve that objective. Employment of 150 aides at $1.65 an hour provides a significant number of unemployed persons with a job. It also enhances the success of this project. Line 14, B, Consultation This project is requesting only $2,000 support for consultation. Many organizations and departments have agreed to provide consultation services and technical assistance as in kind contributions. �:::~:;:T;:::::::10:U y_·o_u_T_'H_ S_E_R_VI _•. _c _E _s _ c_ o_ u_JN_,c_ 1_.L~ - - - - = - ~ ~=- ~1_ __ _ _ __ _ _ __ _ __ _ ,_ _ o_rnER GRA T SUPPORT_ __ A _ P_ P_:_: _: ~·~ = = = - I NS T RUCTIONS : L i s t a ll oth e r s upport for th is proj ec t, i nc luding r eques t s n ow b e i ng con s ide r e d by PHS. Amounts s h own should r e flec t t otal fund s awarde d or pendin g over t he entire grant pe riod L-1dic a ted in the fina l column . U se continua t i on p age, if necess ary ,, and follo w s ame for ma t. ·- -------~-~~---------~~-~-------- P U BLIC HEA L T H SERVI C E SU PPOR T T OT A L P ER I OD O F SU P P ORT G RANT N U M BE R (If d es i g n atc d) TIT LE O F ACT I V E O R A P PROV E D P R O J EC T T OTAL A MOU N T G IVE D A T E S ( FR O,W-TO) 143.215.248.55 314 ( e ) (1) $565 , 425 CO 1MlJrUTY DEVELOPM ENT AIDE PROJECT ( RODENT CONTROL) 0 May, 1968 May, 1971 - >0... 0 u I- LL. < 0:: APP LI CATIO NS PEND I N G DEC IS I O N (Gi ve tit le a nd reques t e d amount) Cl ~ 0 u... LU V) > 0 z < ~----------ALL OTH ER FE D ERA L A N D NO N FE D ERA L SUPP O RT (RE LA T E D TO TH IS PROJECT) SO U RCE AN D PR OJ ECT NO . T OTA L PE R I OD OF SUP PORT T I TL E OF PRO J EC T OR PRO G RAM T OT A L AMOUN T - LU > 0 ~ w ~ 0 APPLICATIONS PENDING D EC IS I ON (G , vo title and reque s t e d amount) PH S- 4885- 1 ( PAGE 5 ) 4 - 66 - G I V E DATE S (FROM- TO) �· 1 Rats Menadng · Area, Near Tech' I I '- · The Editors: A problem or , the City of Atlanta that is not r eceiving the proper attention is· r at control. I am a student at Georgia Tech and live in close proximity to the Varsity. JVIany times while on the way there I have just about been run over by r ats trying to get out of my way. . . . "While carrying a letter to the mailbox I almost stepped on a dead rat that was large enough to scare off the mean.. est alley cat in Atlanta. Something should be done ·a bout this situation. It is a potentiaily dangerous health problem. Ti-IOMAS BALLENTINE. Atlanta. v v i,# �f . O ~. l:l ..-.,y_;.;,,,._,..,.....,._,_.,___ _ _ _ - - - - - - - - - - - - - - · - - - ~ · - - - - . . . , . , . . . . . . . . , - . ._ _ _ _ _ _ _ __..;,_......,_ _ _T _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ ., l DLPARTMt:lrr UF HOUSil~G AKO URDAN DEVELOPMEHT URBA:{ RE!tC\-lAL PROGRAM COKSOLIDATED BUDGET REPOR7 FUR MONTH ENDED October 3lt PROJECT NO. CRP CR 121 ! LOCALITY • corn,JUNITY RDTE'iT.'\L PROGRAM PROGRESS REPORT L l March , 196~ ~fo. of mouths ofr which budget is cur1"'ently approved: 12 Current estim.:i.tcd date for' submission of Coinmunity Renewci].; Progra;n to liUD: Mar c hLl.§.L ! I l =~l PL,\~-rNHfG PERIOD Date of approval of initial budget: .1 Octob er Gl, L9S 8 CRP-CR 121 Di s[-'o.tch original and 2 copies to reach the l!UD Re g ional Oif ice by the 20th 0£ the mouth folloi-:iug cc1ch calendar quarter. INSTRUCTI ON S: "-.. _ _ ll1 . Atlanta, Georgia I PUiJLIC EOIJY Atlanta Children and Yout h Services Council Cot-lilUhITY H.Ll/L\il\L ?ROGi\Jli·i ;jQ. R.E.POR'l'Ii-G DI\ i'::- 1968 ·--------------------------------------------------------------------------1 3. P-..Li?ORT OF PROGRAM COSTS \ +---------~---------.,---------+----------+----------------, AC COUi!T CLASSIFICATION HU,iD::R Fed. St c!ff Salaries Lr.. plo'.1ee Deneb. t Contrioutions C 1111 0 , 7 Loe. (b) Tot. Fed. \2s ,ooo 10, 7oor3s, 700 17 ,o o a 9_00 1 1.200 o o 900 Tot. Loe. es ls ,370 I o o 11s C l lilO , 'Jl Tra.vel - - - - - -,:·- R _ e_ ?_r_o_a-l u_c_t_i_o_n_a_n_d_R_c_p_o_r_t_s~-7-0-0-+-300 1 .,000 46 515 C l't l O. 92 C 1410. 9 3 Adm in i strative l~QO 3,500 3,900 ~ 4 0 011,873 .I 8~~ir I C 1430 Contra ct Services .,_,.,.,..-----·t- :-:--:-:--~----,.--,----.----1.__o_-1__0_,__o__ C l4 o O i Oth e r Co s ts ( spec;i£ 1 \ below i yttuch tiddi t .anal \, sheets i f ne c essal"'Y O o I I o OUTSTANDING COMMITMENTS TO DATE (a}g DE3 8RIPTION C 14 1 0 . 2 COST IHCUP.KE D LATEST /1PPROVED BUDG1T D/ln:o March .fi.a.... o . o 0 0 I TOlAL Loe. 0 0 - o 118 .o o 0 0 0 0 561 0 0 I .o I o Fed. I Loe. Tot. 25 ,4-'.:: 8l-o ~~j: 13A LAl :CE (a) minus (ui llting , lie ut , l i r,ht G, ut i lit ies , rn.:ii l in;:; , Item No. .C llllQ. U3 ~- o·;·!::::( AD!·'.:i:;,i::STR,~.TIVE COST ~1 BUDGET Loe. . C:i.::- Allowa:-,ce (L. i·lcClanahan) . 10\J O 1 _;IJ Ca.-r--A-1-lo-·w_a_n_c_e_(T_e_r_r_y_L_._A_l_l_e_n_~_ _ ... I.C.A. Expense . O 10· . 1 10 0 I 0 ')3 0 33 0 O 8 48 190 190 L ' 0 -8-,8-'---- . .. Iti I I . _________________,1,- ---1----:---· 1 · . n. . II _ ______·__II \ rr-o.o.. Mailing Expense· · ~1(:! ll i 1· . '. .l I iiif!l i ~.:- 11 1 ·1 nI· ·, ~: .. .· 1\,: l ., . , .. . . . .-.. .~!- ·- - - ---------..l~j 1 --1-' _ Il I . ·1 - . I l ' ·-. '.. , I I Il 0 I O 0 ..••• . ·. 4U 4u 0 O 41 41 I. .. - - - ... . t·, H ..I; .. I - 197 j 427 I II '1 l l LJ I --- 1 \) I . \ . . I j I I I 1._ _1 ,1- - -1 I- - - -:I----,----:-,,,.--.; ----i--I l l ·· 89 ..• • I .. I . ! I 98 lO 149 149 ', • I ' ·I i•! .I \ !; ~! !l I 498 lE.6 ti\. ___1 I· . )!! ·11:----:----:--.;_.--l - ~-4------~---l - , _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ _....;.______:.,..'.· - - - - 1 - - - · - - : t - - -· \ 1 _ . :11 100 J l I 1 I ·'.__.__·:·__t\\ . . -:1: -· Tot .. 166 ~ ·25,. -:!-----:--2-5_, 0 1! Loe. lQf 1·1 39 ., ·u48 . __.___ 0 100 Fed. Il . 100 · ! .. -=-, (' ·t~LJ \·1 . I, C-::.'!:"--:.r..-=i-=-1-o_ w_.:._n_c_e_(,_...,L,-e-w-=i-s__,.,F-.--=-o... n_,k_i.,..·n-s""")_I_ C. A. & Cu r I::x pcn~c MOWl'I IS Si.::P1'):;t·ibJ;;R ·-----------------------------i :- -------,---------------·' ·,------------J\UGUS1' 166 r.L .. i I 1 l I I I .. ! l· . ·- i \ I I . _ _ _ _ _....;.___~Ilil- - ~- -JI-- ,7'· "01;;, -- :. ,.!_ ~ - $1,122 .3 8 9 389 0 437 l.!37 } 0 } 289. } To'tal , 400 ' ·3 ,500 J 3;9oo 1 · . 76 ! 214 . i ..---------------~-----.i-------_.;.i.r,. ., ______ _ ____.....,___~- - ------i...---..i.----~----'---------'-~ I I L ' �Dudget Report for the Month of _October 31, 1968 PROJE;CT NO . _ C _'i_,:I_' -_C_ ' i_ .: _l_:i.:l._ .. Tota l I3udget 1. 000 Federal 700 Local _ 300 Others _____ It ems Inculdcd Reoroduction of material and ~epor ts It em No. C 1410 . 92 J --··.. ., . I REPRODUCTI ON AND REPORTS Fed. 700 . - ~l BUDGET - Loe. 300 Tot . f~ - . ~ +1 ' Fed . 27 ' l ·1 ~' li ,, I I 70 0 Tota-1 i' . ·, --- ' I I I . I .- ,I t . 27 ' 'l • C 0- LJ l l ? 27 I ·- I I ti I 1:1!ij 1, 00 0' ~l I I 1 ' 300 ... -- 'jf I . ·- -- II .. t.l .. i . h rl - J - . , y• I I ~,, ,. 0 .. '... ---.----'l----i,., ----.-----_ j I '· I I I C 141 0 . 2 Staff Sa lari e s a 28 ,0 0 0 1 0 , 7 oc\i_3_H~,:..7_0_0-i-1_9..:,,_l_ G_3-:-_8_.,,_ 8_l1_s r2 _e ___ o_o _8 -;.-l__ o _J,--o_,_·;--o_-{_1_9__,._l_G _:3_:-8_. ' _8_4_5_l""b_u_·,_C.: 'J( 8 , t:.37 __ C_l_4_'1_0_7_ _ __,_l'- i:-·r:-,p-l _o_·, -c- e- --D-c-r.-e ~fl..-.t----,~ - ~ I O O j O O C Contrioution s ~:--o-~___o_ :: - -o__;___o_-.,.___ o_t-----:-----:- - - - r - - -0- - ; - - - -:- G- ~ f_, t I C lL!l 0.91 j C 1 1~10 . 9 2 1410 .93 ! 86~ir l C 1 430 900 I 3oc} 1, 200 118 I llol O Adm inistrative 4 00 Co n t ract Service s O 3,s oq 3, ~rno j O O 400 j2 , l70 , 'l. , 'J7'J O o I o lowi ijtt ~ c h sp ~ dit anal - c--....l -4b__,_o- - - - - - :ltO _ t_n_ e_r s_C_o_ _esd_ary G_ l_t~--l---+----1-----;----l--~-l· - -O !I bp st1ect i.i.s-t s n_·e-ces O O O O G I G I 0 I Ci O O I llo - _ _i Ci I 11cc, ::: , 17 (i o I o io L, :.i7 1.. j c, h ·, j 1 , ::,0 0 l 0 1, 3::i o C I ·- - i ! _ __ I"::~~1-o I· .,lr~~--~-j: -, --+.s----_-_-_-~·1 ______~---_-_-_.,. ,...-_-_-_-_~,..._-_-_-_-_ ~li;·_-_-_-_-_ __ _ ,f o o :-:_o v '" ·~ -_-_-_O 'v I I I --:-->--!;--<--l---1--{·- ---! _jI__I,_____I !;- :1._-:I_- _ ___ _ _ >. ; .. ,! - I '. \ i •u 1• \J !---------~'------------------- ~--_.__________________________ i. ble Equip. 1=c=·==l=4=7=5==========f"Fionexpend. I ~TOTAL I ( °I - u -. - - -i-- ; - 1 --;- - i - - i - - - . \ -:,- : . - - -i---- - . - - i - -l_ _jc~ =· O 1 0 , 69 2 0 ·..n l cl. _1.i . I u 1 I ':.~ l Il I G f3 7u "L. I I{___ 1 , (: 82 I .iu ~·.- :,- 4- 1 u t;_:,_s___ ---1, Re?roduction _a_n_d_._e~p_o_r_t_s_l----v---~---~-- ---i- --!r----;----i-- ---r,-----.'----+----.' ---':----;-----e- _ ____.,, .-------, l ·fra. v e l _ _.:__,::__;__;__ _-'.-!.- - - - - . - - - -R - - - -:- - -r-70- o-+!--J-0-;-1..;.,0-0 -0 -!-l--4- G -ii--5-1-s-,--5 0-. 1-:I-- 0---,,i- -(J--ili-o - - ; - - -4-o-.--:.i-l -:i--,I · c 2., ss:_. I i o 'JOO l, 3o , oo o i15 f , 30 SUO i+s . oou O 1 9 , 7 -;,_·1 sew ~ 2 , o..ldJ l SOC , 7 57 O u O ~ W O o .i GC. i 1· .iU v f C.· ,~ I . B ,7 :,,t i: , G:.i G 31 7 57p c , n:;.L , :.,:.., .., l ,- G -- - : . . . - - . . 13 , ~'-3 ! 1_ _ _ _ _ _ _ , ___~ - - - - -~-- - - - - - - - - - - - -- - j �PROJECT i:W . C. RF- ~.:. .~ F t'.?-.J. I Budget Report for -the Month of J-:overr,be r• 30!, 1 96&\ Total Budget 3.8 , 700 Federal 28 , u ,.; v Local 10 , 'JOO Others Itei"!ls Inculdecl Sala ri e s a ric. \i a.g es Item No. C 1 410. 2 PERSON~t L BUDGET ij~ MONTHS f__ __________________ .··--'- - - - - ~ - ~ - - - - - - - - - - - - -11. L !~ ---~·-!-~.,.,.i;-. . u----.--L_o~i-·-1--;-1,o-ot_O_G~' I F!'J'~½BC!. . l.I l~o_s_i_t_i_o_n_:_ P_r_o_R_: r_a_m_ D_e_v_e_l_o_D _l:l_.e_n_t_S _•_p _. i. Lewis F . Dinkin s 2. Pcs itior.: 1. 2• 3. ' Se cret;:iry Of f ice ii,:rnc1 >Te r • 2 3. U 6 , SUO Ka r en Kovac , Laure n : ;c C.lr1. 1,,i hriri An d r ea C Sni ~:i1 Eule ne C. Felton cl e r l<: - Typ i st 'TS P csition 1. G, SUO , :.i . t-1' 1 Ii 0 , r~;J: j (. n i _ _,...,,.,_,..;.-..............._ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _:-·- - - -..;-- - - -:- 2-,-0-0-· o - .·':;-_·.T SU Pc sitio~ : P~ crea_t_i_o_n_ ?_1_a_r_i!-11-·n_r_: _s_p_· _·_ _ 1 , 000 1> 000 • l. :.;ic \w.el r . '. \c:y _ f 1 2, l:c l e n ll . Jo r:.::: s l 11 l 1 Fed. J A~t-~y Tot . 600 211 0 '.ill 11 0 0 (J L1(J O I I I . +i-------n • ~ ,· ~I kub Total · I I --1-, _s_o_ o___o____ti _r._o_o_,f ' ·, . :-----! - --;-- ---;i- ------~----·-----1 h • ~ - - - ~-- - - - - - - 0 Fed. -Lo~~CEt';~; : . ~ T·.~ ~ I:ul•..! t,e C . f ,:;lto:1, r m.~ :!irw:c l s t e i n , Vi r,; 1ni 2. Pooe , LclE:11 Jcn c s . Ge. -l ,r,lie L . Cul;: cpn ,2r . l'u.trici a ,· ,::i r ,1 3• GO(; Tot . , . l 1'. !1 l . - ---. - -.---------------I I ! i I j I ,,-------------:,-;-------1---~--~. , ,--------~-----,------·,rsu Pc si tion: In ter- !, c en.~y S;; c ciuli s t l 000 0 l OUO 1 , 1 1, St e v e n Fo:-: ' l. 2. I 3. I.~~ Suppo r t i v e Sc r vice c; Sp . ',li ls on f.. s liiT.orc ftrt~iU:!'.' La ng for L! , Jr . Ee lc:1 '5-:=-' J o..,_n~c; s- - = - - - - - - - - l ~: l 1 , 000 ! I 0 ! l 000 -- JJ-ji' ---'"'-----:il;---·i ------!---~Ji------1-----!----1-·--- - -.,- - - - - - - - - > , Il l jj jl 1. 1 I j 'I r 1· I ! 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I· UL j l , , J 1 .J �Bu dg et ~ep o r t £or t h e Mont h of . :cvu :.Lc 1· 3_0 ~ E m0 Total Bu dg et 28 ,'/G lJ F e d e ral 2 5 , 000 Local q , ·10~ Ot h ers Items Ineulde d .;nl:,ri foS C:. i ,G ,. d .;_;2s Item No. C l .L PROJECT ~ O. ~ - .1 - i ~ ~ I'i,RT II ,-----------------------..-1,--------------------------------------------------,------------;. l I ~ l 1 _ _ _ _P _E _ R_s _o _N_N_E_L_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _-H_ _ _B_u_D_G.,.:s_ ·r_____,____+~(- -----------.----,--,-,----!"l_·o_1-·rn __:~_-_-,-________,_____,,__________-!j l Fed, r-l._-p 0 s i t ion : ~: Loe, 5 v700 o Youth Co ord i n a tor ., 1 ot . ~-i'j , ~~':! _· loyment P l an n i n .~~ S:, . 1,00 0 - Cl":ar le s Storr;i 2, TeY·:c-v T. • ,t,llen 2, 00 0 i3 - DECE MBE R Loe, Tot- ' Fed, J AlWARY Loe. I 000 , ~ M l ~L 1 ~ I I' ~ q . n ~~:v!::;e:~" . ri l:r t :-.ur Lan::forc: , ,J r . 11 ...f'.... ·:_,~..._~_,_·r_·_  :-_.,_,__. __ r ...,_.. r .- .... r ..._L.._ ··, _. ,i.... r.: _________________ j ~ - - -} , 326 ri~;~gc}~gi::c _ Cu ltura l 0 a, u· 1, 000 I, ;': LSU Pc_s_i_t_i_o_r-.:- .- I.i-' u-,~-.i-.~--e- s_s___ L _ i _c1_i _s _o_n _ S_D_e_c_i _a_l _i_s_t~, t 0 11 538 1, 000 , 2 , 000 . ~, I j 1, 000 ~ J ~ u b Total i I I I , ' I I -i-(-,1- l;l - Co~ ~ .ri - ~ - : - i - l : ::m,11n ity Gr;- ani za tion S:-i , 2,000 1, 00 0 3 ,0 0 0 ~ 3, Tot. ,~-----r-i---,----,---~-----:-----,------,-----,),- ----------.1 '.! 2: I. I! l 0 7:J 47 5 fi , _ 1 . I y:----z,-----ia-----1 ----+,---+----l----,:- ----:----+I-----------.-11 Pc sition : , Fed. Tot. 1 l. ~ ~. ' 5,70 0 ti.--, John ,·: . Cc x ':rs tl Pc ,siti on : NOVE MBE R Fed. Loe, II i O 1, 326 l I 7 . 7----------·~, I I. I · ' I 53 8 I 1 - !- j I ~ 1, 000 j 0 I I . I I l -·---l- ----! Jaccs c. Mvern I ',LSU Pc si t ion: i'ub li c Re l at i ons SDc ci. a l i::; t ij l. fnn Co bb I ; : Li ttlc ,_ He al Bat tle & Li ndsev , foe . I p , ,sition: O I 2 , 000' •_ lr'~!', l', I - II I 1. J !' ~ I I i.~n!_ ; i1 J 1. 2 , 000 --:--'----i--1---+---;----,---i_J_ 1.;'-!- _ · 1 1· I j ! ! I ! I l I , I ' 1I l ].--·¼-.- -t-!-+--_-· --rl----11- ! i I 1, I I 1 l I j I i - I '--_Ji:___!,_____! ---1 -r' I I I '·l I I To tal Pers onn el _ _ _ _ _~2~ a ,_ oo . L15 00~4~ 3 ,~ 70~ , 075 47:0: ~ , 2-. : 55.0. . I - - - - 1 - - - - L . - -1- - : . . - - . . . : . - - ~ - . . . _ _ - - : - - - - - - ';; ,, _ ___:...:.::...:..:.:..::..:.:.:.::.:.:.:_ ,;7; ~JJ'\ ~2~ ~-.!. '  ;,ocA L SEARE USED . �Budget · Repor t f or the Month of _:c,,; c.,:1:_. ,_ r .2 C, l 9b U To tal Budget l . 2 0l• Federal 9(1 (; Local ,,,, Items Inculded Ou t of Tc,:r, ·;-:-:-: '; :) _ I tem No• C lL: ..1. v . :., I -- - t I 1_ ! l . l\ ! i- TRAVEL Fed. - - ~ I q Loe. 300 ,I 1!1 Tot . ,(, 1.~0U ~ I ~l 1q - t~ - i 900 .. ~l BUDGET 1 - NOV:i::~BER Fed. Loe. . Tot .! I 0 ! _, 11 . I ' fi ..n ...,I ' . Ii ,· il . l]j - :.. I i '· I I I 111 . I .. !, ... ·- ...i' . .. rl - 1· fl 1 '\ i - ih: 900 300 I' II J 1,20 0 t/ i 0 ) l !I I J I -. -l .. 'r• ',_ . I I I ·- - · - I· J i I I ! 0 - \ .? t • I, -- -· i. . l• ! l I f l l l l i l I ! l I \ l i i j 1 . .. .. t. I . 0 I ... I - I . lI t .- lI t I l - I iii ll I II i ! I ~I . l - i:fl r-~-- I ? ,. u I__ l ·, . \1 I sub Total Tot . II . ll I Loe . II l t . I tii · ~ .J •..:i.;cP.~Y Fed . I lJ rl ! . ~ I· . .. 'l L ~ Fed . DECEMBE~ Loe. Tot ~ I I I 4 ··· 1 .. I 11 ' JJ. 1 e· ·• f .. - Others _ __ MONTHS 0.. 0 ~I, ' t'. . ( ;?; .. L . ....~:\ - PROJJ:;CT NO . - j . ·- ..I l l " �PROJ~CT NO. Budget Report for the Month of !l c v c D~c r jU , ~ ~ ~ ~ Others Total Budget 3 , 'J OO Federal 1! ,J:; Local :, , ~(1 1. Ite;ns Inculdcd _l~e_1: _ ~el l_o_ ': _ i)ui d i_'. , , ,,_'--_·-,_'-- ..._,_-_-. J,_. ·.·...,1•-.•..,t.._s_.,____. ,, ..., , -·L1..._ · ' .., 1.· ._ -· ......._ . 1·. • , c... - u G• "-a - -- -....,, _~__ _.·,_.__ 1;..., J· +-' l..,_ · f._. . ,_ i:',._. c; ..._ , _. ______ .L Item No. --- ~- .-:-u' _: _ - · T 121 · •·· · , t::! i , ._i:- t.:- 1 .,.:.::,1._ .------------- - - - - ,~:-t--- - , - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - OTEER P.D i T.fISTRATIV.C:: COST ,- · -- ,: Re nt al of tel ep11 ones ,- uti liti e s, etc~; . P. llo,,.;a n c e Le , ;i s F. Dinkins J ohn \·I . Cox Te rry L. Alle n ' ·- l - t,I Loe. Fed. . ~ fl BUDGET 100 3,500 Tot ~- 0 J 10~ n I I ..-·- l j :: F. I. C.. A. Expen,se 100 ~ 'I Ii,, 1 ! \j ' I .0 0 0 L ' 100-l Expens·e l I lfl ' I I 4v I [· t..l. . 50 , . ' ·- I I i - .-.: ti . •. (i,r' I I I ' u ~ ;·,r::D.=RA L SHARE USE D , ! t:OO 3, 500 I' 3, 900 71 '-i 1 A- ' 0 ! I I I 11 I 297 - l I I "·1 11 1_ _ _ I i ,· ·- l j il !·" . i - I ... .· 1, 11 .. _n -1 l DI . ..,r I I -· - .- . . ~~ r. \ l 1: 1 00 l I I 50 iI 16G ~ .. l I1- Lf O . Tot. T ! I I . , ·Loe. Fed. , .- J I Tot~ _, . ~ I l-.- I__ _ DECEMBEi< Loe. Fed. '!sub Total JAi-;t.;ARY -I I .' l I I . -~· 100 tt ·\ I 1 Tot. 1 6G 0 ~_I I !;·: :-\a:.l :~ng Fed. ti~ . 100 I ~~ 3,500 NOVE~Bl:.:R Loe. MONTHS -~ t 297 l - l l' j I j J l 11 I I I l I, I ---~ i I I I II I t Ij I I I I 1i . ! .. ·- ~ l ~ �. I Budget Rep ort for the Month of 1-: ove mte r 3d . 1 96L Total Budget 1 , OGU Federal 7 0'J Local 3 00 Others ~- Items Inculdcd )." ·~. Item No. ' ·- ---i i 1~--- .. . 1 ·• ' Fed. Loe. Tot . 700 300 1 ,0 00 - ' ., ! r,!~ I ~ 0 G 0 I ~I ij I I l I ,...;:,· I' Loe. JAi~UARY DECEMBEt< Fed , Tot ... Feel. I •' Loe. Tot . I I . . I ~· ,,~ 11 . j ~ u ' l M I ,, ,I . w ... , I . I\ ~ ,. !! . ii l - I I iI I I -.LJ_ LJ - I I .· tij . '· · _,._II I I I; I 1l ' \ \ I ... 1 ' ! - I l t . I' - -- . l 1 '· 1 ,. ' I ' ·, • • : t i ,1I __ I . ' l ·- ,. , , '• • ,_J I .j ~:(: ~I ii it I! 11 · ,, ...-·-· 1 - Total 700 I 1 ·III . I 300 of) 1 1 ,00 0 l 0 . 0 ) ! . l I - I l l, lI j I I ! r. ,] n -l . ~il I lt l I n ! .!, t f ' I lI t'3ub Total 1 .. ij I ~ l I I .,t ~ II . Tot . i! . . NOVE½BtR Fed, Loe. . +. --- - -, ,! ~ ~ ~ ' t)ii I , il .+l MONTHS µ, ~ -I.r I' i BUDGET c:' ;~,-:.. :. '-::•L ,l c. :.c :c-2 ,.-c r t ::; --- C 1 41 0 . 92 ill ., REPRODUCTION AND REPORTS heproGuct .:;_ c ;, PROJJ:;CT iW . (__- - - ' l I lI I l i i l ! I -~ 1 I I I 1- 7 I \ l ~ I I' ! l - - ·- --l I ' I ! �Budget Report for th e Month 0 .r. Total Budget ~ It I n eulded ., e er a l ~ ~ i;;;;=--ii-=------~~ 1 . e m s }l~;:J;:_f,~~i:~- 143.215.248.55 12:54, 29 December 2017 (EST)--=[ ~l· ~-" ! . i!O ,... .. PE - ·- - - -- _ --, .·- · ==·'_-.t:.A .:.: _;,_._ . c. r:11J e r .3n ~ I . . ~L --:---~~ ~--~=~~-~-" .,o.:,vr.- ,2_=.L':::C=~..l143.215.248.55 12:54, 29 December 2017 (EST):e:r·:r_s::-:-,-~-:.,. =-= =---- BUDGET • C, , t · ·-· Loe l .I _ __. ---i Tot Total I ·:1su r - ·- · -~o • ,, .• f- -1:c.:. J.\; '.J 0 ,._:, 0th _117 r; v ;.;e·.-:r.~ L·- -~- -.. _ ,. a em NoI ., esks F d ' , lSti iCO J. - - - - - - ~_'.__ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ s;-, ,.: : '-'"' " EQ UI" f'iE?-iT Loe. PROJECT • .. _ _ __j l j n 1 I 1 ! I 1-- 1• t I l I l I I' __ _J I I . I ' I ( j I II I I 1 li l I ~=_'.'LOCAL SHARE USED . 500 0 0 .. - 9 0 r I' . I ! I l l I . It I I l! \ I I l. - i �Octobe:t> 22-. 1968 Mr. Geor e J . Be~ry Deput y ComptrQll r City Hllll Atlanta . Georgi 30303 De r Mr . Berry : is to request a third payment of $5 1 548. 00 to cover cost incu~red to dat to carry out ta Youth O ortunity phas of the Community Impl'ov rnnt P -r • Thi Encloa d. you will find n Fi Septemb r 30 1 1 68 . / ncial R port for the .,onth ending My I hear fJ'OSl you &oon conceroin~ this ma~ter. Sincerely , / ,, J ·crncf' tnclosure CC, Mr. Dan E. Sw a't , / Mr. " orge L . Aldrid.ge �.ui..t'J\.<.'iMLiH' OF 1-IOUSii~G A~D URBAN DEVELOPMEl~T URilA!, RENI:WAL CONSOLIDATED BUDG~T RiPOR7 FUR MONTH ENDE D Scotember 30 PROGRA!1 ?ROJECT NO. I I l COi·lMUNITY RE}lE~lAL PROGRAM PROGRESS RE.PORT CH P CR 121 --68 PL:);-;Niif(; DisDatch ori~inal and 2 copi es to reach the l!UD Re~ior.nl Oif ice by budget: March 6 , the 20th 'I!: I Septe~Le r 30~_1 ~ of the month follo wi11J_; cc1c!1 c alendar cu-art er-- . 196~ ~;o. of months ofr which budget is cur:c-ently approved: r:~. '! PU!Ji,IC 1-.0U'l' PERIOD Date of approval of initial t Gcor,~ia CRP-C~ 121 I t. . I f,tlcmt u., Atlant a Cl 1ilciren a nd Yout h Service:, Cou :1 c il 1 CmiilUi~ ITY }{;.;i;i..\U\L .i:> KCGi~i,;•j ;io . !KLPC1 ;,·~·1 i;G LJ1•,'l1 .' j ' ·-·J Il::;T RUC'.i'IO:JS : ! kocALITY • 19 Current estimated date for submissicn . h of Commu:1ity Renewal I'rog ra;n to liUD: i'icirc 19 12 I;.Si'ORT OF PROGf'v'\11 COSTG 6 J... 1~-----------------------t-----------=------------,---------~-----------+--'·--------------- ' I ACCOUiH CLASSIFICATIOH ,·-· l !4U~l~C:R 2 - CC 141:). 11110.7 L ATEST /\PP ROVED '-~ DI1T'"' D · BUDH !·'·,arc •! _ 68_ 1 c..L , 19 (a) COST Il~CURRED TO DATE OUTSTANDING C01'1lUTMtNTS (b) (c) C 11110 . S2 C 1410.93 - C 1430 11-, I L1::DJ.cic e J)cr.cf i Cc:1tr· I Travel I Reproduction _I 900 300 1 200 11s o 118 and ~cports 7 oo 3 oo 1 , ooo 116 s1s s61 o o o Qthcr Administr-ative - - ~ ~ - -:~ -4_0_0~~3-,-5-0-0~3~,~9-0-0~--11-0-0-rl-,-4-§-4~.- -l ,-8.-84~ 1·- -0- l__o_~_o__c cost I I I f ~ Other Costs ,\.soeg+t) below~ ;:;.1;tc1ch tid i t .onal ~ ' I . 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This covers the pea:lod Match 6 through Jun l, 1968: · Hours Dat Mal'ch M · rch Ma'°ch March Api-11 April April April April 2 l 1 l.S 2 1 17 2 6 2 2 22 25 30 My 3 May 7 l. 5 My 20 z Total fy 11, 1968 13 14 19 ZS hour �J,..,-,(<..:,L 'ft0-N.A, ~ - r ~,...,a;.,.,, r fo
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  • Text: DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH, EDUCATION, AND WELFARE PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICE OFFICE OF COMPREHENSIVE HEALTH PLANNING BETHESDA, MARYLAND 20014 APPLICATION FOR HEALTH PLANNING OR HEALTH SERVICES TO BE COMPLETED BY PHS DATE RECEIVED PHS ACCOUNT NUMBER GRANT NUMBER PROJECT GRANT 1. GRANT PROGRAM: (Section 314 (e) (1) Health Services Special Project Grant 3. PROJECT TITLE: Community Development Aide Project 2. TYPE OF ORGANIZATION PUBLIC [_]STATE LJ INTERSTATE [x] LocaL [_] AREAWIDE PRIVATE [_] NATIONAL (J REGIONAL NONPROFIT (| state [_] Local 5A. PROJECT DIRECTOR(Name, Title, and Address, including Zip Code) 4. TYPE OF APPLICATION [ag] INITIAL [_] CONTINUATION [_] RENEWAL [_] REVISION 6. PROJECT PERIOD REQUESTED OR APPROVED AREA CODE NUMBER FROM THROUGH TELEPHONE 5B. DEGREE 5C. SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER 7s GRANT SUPPORT REQUESTED BY BUDGET PERIOD FROM THROUGH AMOUNT 9. APPLICANT ORGANIZATION (Name, Address-Street, City, State, o1 s Zip Code) 02 03 o4 os TOTAL - $ COUNTY Fulton and Dekalb CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT 5 10. WHERE WILL THE PROJECT BE CONDUCTED? City of Atlanta 8. INDIRECT CoOsTs (_] Not REQUESTED [_] REQUESTED: RATE UNDER NEGOTIATION [ ] REQUESTED: RATE % OF APPROVED BY FOR PERIOD 11. OFFICIAL SIGNING FOR APPLICANT ORGANIZATION (Name, Title, Address, include Zip Code) 12. FINANCIAL OFFICER ( Name, Title and Address, include Zip Code) AREA CODE NUMBER TELEPHONE AREA CODE NUMBER TELEPHONE AGREEMENT: The undersigned accept as to any grant awarded, the obligation to comply with the applicable Public Health Service grant informa- tion and policies pertinent to this program in effect at the time of the award and any special conditions that may be made a part of the award. The undersigned also certify that personnel associated with the project have no commitments or obligations, including those with respect to inventions, inconsistent with Department Regulations (42 C.F.R., Part 8). The undersigned further agree to comply with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, (P.L. 88-352, and the Regulations issued pursuant thereto and state that the foqmally filed, or attached Assurance of Compliance with such Regulations (Form HEW 441) applies to this project. SIGNATURES: SIGN ORIGINAL ONLY. AUTHORIZED OFFICIAL (NAMED IN ITEM 11) DATE USE INK. “*per"’ signatures not acceptable. PROJECT DIRECTOR (NAMED IN ITEM 5A) DATE PHS-5028-1 7-67 (PAGE 1) Form Approved Budget Bureau No. 68-RO0981 APPLICANT ORGANIZATION APPLICATION/GRANT NO, 14. DETAILED BUDGET FOR THIS PERIOD % TIME TOTAL AMOUNT (DIRECT COSTS ONLY) SRN er OR REQUESTED sa i REQUESTED FROM THROUGH BALERS EFFORT FOR PROJECT SHARE FROM PHS (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) A. PERSONNEL $ s s s Project Director (1) 10,000 | Full 10,000 10,000 Vector Control Specialist (1) 9,000 | Full 9,000 9,000 Evaluation Officer (1) 9,000 | Full 9,000 9,000 Operations Officer (1) 9,000 Full 9,000 9,000 Budget and Financial Officer (1) 8,000 | Full 8,000 8,000 Community Health Specialist (2) 7,000 Full 14,000 14,000 Housing Inspector (2) 7,000 5 7,000 7,000 Sanitary Supervisor (6) 6,000 | Full 36,000 36,000 Community Organizer (3) 6,000 | Full 18,000 18,000 ‘150 Aides @ $1.65 per hour - 40 hours per week 514,500 |14 wks. 138,600 138,600 100 Aides @ $1.65 per hour - 15 hours per week 128,700 |38 wks. 94,050 94,050 50 Aides @ $1.65 per hour - 40 hours per week 173,166 |38 wks. 126,540 126,540 FRINGE BENEFITS 5 %. 23,960 23,960 CATEGORY TOTAL |$ 603 419 S $ 503,149 B. CONSULTANT SERVICES (include fees and travel) . Consultation Fees 3,000 1,000 2,000 CATEGORY TOTAL |§$ 3,000 S 1,000 $ 2.000 Cc. EQUIPMENT 2 Movie Projectors @ $200 each 400 200 200 2 Slide Projectors @ $50 each 100 50 50 2 Typewriters (Rental or Purchase) @ $300 each 600 300 300 1 Duplicating Machine (Used, Rent or Purchase) 2,000 2,000 6 Desks and Chairs @ $150 900 450 450 1 Mixing Machine (L-800) 1,885 1,885 1 Mixing Bowl (80 Quart Capacity) 7 71 1 Packaging Machine ; 2,000 2,000 1 Auto Bus 3,000 3,000 50 Uniforms @ $15 each 750 350 400 10 Model D Dusters @ $5.20 each 52 52 CATEGORY TOTAL |$ 1758 53.3501 $ 10,408 __ SUB-TOTAL THIS PAGE (carried forward to page 3) $ 517,907 5 2,350 |°515,557_ PHS-5028-1 (PAGE 2) —- BUDGET PAGE 1 OF 2 7-67 APPLICANT ORGANIZATION APPLICATION/G RAN TNO. 14, DETAILED BUDGET FOR THIS PERIOD (Continued) TOTAL ag REQUESTED APPLICANT Beguie cee FOR SHARE eal eke FROM THROUGH PROJECT 1 (3) (4) (5) j SUB-TOTAL (Brought forward from page 2) s 517,907 $9 350 s 515,557 D. SUPPLIES Supplies (See Detailed Explanation on Page 4A) 26,818 26,818 CATEGORY TOTAL |S 96.818 s S 26,818 E. TRAVEL Auto Expense for Staff 2,500 500 2,000 Travel Out of Town for PHS and Other Types of 2,000 500 1,500 Meetings ’ CATEGORY TOTAL [5 4.500 $ 1.000 5 3.500 F., OTHER EXPENSES ri Office Rental 4,200 2,100 2,100 Printing and Training and Cirriculum Material 2,000 500 1,500 Other Program Supplies (Poisons, Traps, Tools, etc.) 2,000 2,000 Six Dump Trucks, one year (Rent) 8,000 8,000 CATEGORY TOTAL $ 16.200 5 9.600 $ 13,600 1, FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE (CASH AWARD) G. REQUESTED FROM PHS 2. DIRECT ASSISTANCE s $s $ H. TOTAL DIRECT COSTS OF PROJECT 565,425 5.951 559,475 FOR PHS USE ONLY 1. INDIRECT COST ALLOWANCE Ss $s Ss J. TOTAL PROJECT COSTS s s $ 15. SOURCES OF FUNDS FOR APPLICANT SHARE OF DIRECT PROJECT COSTS A, APPLICANT’S OWN FUNDS B. FEES TO BE EARNED BY PROJECT C. GRANTS FROM NON-FEDERAL FUNDS D. PARTICIPATION BY OTHER AGENCIES OR ORGANIZATIONS (IDENTIFY) E, OTHER SOURCE (EXPLAIN) = | TOTAL APPLICANT SHARE Ss PHS-5028-1 (PAGE 3) 7-67 BUDGET PAGE 2 OF 2 APPLICANT ORGANIZATION APPLICATION NUMBER 16. ESTIMATES FOR FUTURE YEARS OF PROJECT SUPPORT (nIRECT COSTS ONLY) = ADDITIONAL YEARS SUPPORT REQUESTED 1ST BUDGET YEAR 2ND BUDGET 3RD BUDGET 4TH BUDGET STH BUDGET YEAR YEAR YEAR YEAR é $ $ $ A. FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE (1) PERSONNEL 503,149 (2) CONSULTANT SERVICES 3,000 (3) EQUIPMENT 11,758 (4) SUPPLIES 26,818 (5) TRAVEL 4,500 (6) OTHER EXPENSES 16,200 (7) SUBTOTAL, FINANCIAL $ IS $ ASSISTANCE 565,425 $ Ss $ B. DIRECT ASSISTANCE $ Ss $s C. TOTAL PHS COSTS 559,475 D. APPLICANT SHARE F ° , i 595% Ss $ E. TOTAL PROJECT COST > 565,425 l REMARKS: Line 14, D, items 3, 4 and 5 SUPPLIES TOTAL APPLICANT AMOUNT REQUESTED SHARE REQUESTED FOR FROM PHS PROJECT Warfarin (.05) 6,000 lbs. @ 70¢ per pound; $ 4,200 $ 4,200 D. D. T. (10% Dust) 6,000 lbs. @ 8¢ per pound; 480 480 Red Squill (500 mg. per kg. Fortified) 6,000 lbs. @ $2.00 per pound; 12,000 12,000 Yellow Corn Meal (Coarse Ground) 180,000 ibs. @ 5¢ per pound; 9,000 9,000 Fish (Cheap Grade) 100 Cases @ $8.16 per case; 816 816 Masking Compound (Emulsifiable Concentrate) 50 gallon drum; 122 122 Ten First Aid Kits; 100 100 Fifty 2-cell flashlights and. batteries; 100 100 ‘$26,818 $26,818 *PHS-S028-1 (PAGE 4A) — FUTURE ESTIMATES 7-67 (PAGE 4B) Line 14, A, Items 11, 12 and 13 One of the major objectives of this project is to provide employment for indigenous, unemployed youth and ‘adults in all phases of this project. The primary personnel request is to achieve that objective. Employment of 150 aides at $1.65 an hour provides a significant number of unemployed persons with a job. It also enhances the success of this project. Line 14, B, Consultation This project is requesting only $2,000 support for consultation. Many organizations and departments have agreed to provide consultation services and technical assistance as in kind contributions,
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Box 3, Folder 2, Document 19

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Box 3, Folder 2, Document 17

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  • Text: Office of lhe’ Mayor TO: Gy 4 > Hil tf FROM: Ivan Allen, Jr. A your information Please refer to the attached correspondence and make the necessary reply. (_] Advise me the status of the attached. FORM 25-4
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Box 3, Folder 2, Document 22

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  • Text: CITY OF ATLANTA OFFICE OF COMPTROLLER CITY HALL Atlanta, Georgia 30303 May 31, 1968 CHARLES L. DAVIS COMPTROLLER EDGAR A. VAUGHN, JR. DEPUTY COMPTROLLER Me. Dan &. Sweat
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Box 3, Folder 2, Document 11

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  • Text: October 22, 1968 Mr. George J. Berry Deputy Comptroller City Hall ; Atlanta, Georgia 30303 Dear Mr. Berry: This is to request a third payment of $5,548.00 to cover cost incurred te date to carry out the Youth Opportunity phase of the Community Improvement Program. Enclosed you will find a Financial Report for the month ending September 30, 1968, May I hear from you soon concerning this matter. Sincerely, JWCrecf Enelosure CC: Mr. Dan £. erect” Mr, George L. Aldridge
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Box 3, Folder 2, Document 15

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  • Text: nae ee ee Se ee ee - - -ERRATA- Under: FACTS ABOUT ATLANTA'S CHILDREN AND YOUTH Juvenile Delinquency and Youth Crimes The last paragraph should read: The juvenile delinquency arrest rates in Atlanta are directly related to the socio-economic level. The rates in Atlanta are 6%, 15%, 23% and 37% for the highest, upper- middle, lower-middle and lowest socio-economic levels res- pectively.
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Box 3, Folder 2, Document 23

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  • Text: 2 SA. ee | LISS ee Pebruary 12, 1968 Memorandum for the Mayor From: John W. Cox Subject: Visit of Mr. William Nugent and Mr. Bob Wentzel, PCYO Staff Wednesday, March 13, 1968 Mr. Nugent and Mr. Wentzel, PCYO, Washington staff would like a short conference with you on Wednesday, March 13, 3:00 p.m. ( 15 te 30 minutes). They will aleo be telking with Robert Wood, Dan Sweat, Brad Curry, GSES and &.0.A. personnel, the Board of Education and William Saunders ( FEB | Chairman) . The Hature of their visit will be on the general progress of the Mayor's Youth Opportunity Program. I have discussed most of the big problems with them (1.¢e.) money. The various groups are requesting approximately 1.5 million dollars. Broken down thus: Park and School Recreation $ 600,000 £.0.A. Self-Help Projects 500,000 Chest, Art Council, ( et al ) 398,006 $1,498.006 ec? Mr. Robert Wood Mr. Dan Sweat cnt ae it _ ti
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Box 3, Folder 2, Document 21

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  • Text: Kae Cortucgutioi i You et Quen | 13 (udec) 3:22 rhe Coe Grd FPCd¥o i¢ (hu) pfeee thre Cot Pee G2 fae Contiet Je. uf Jes | 19 CW) 3°2 Cwin2 Nous CUgrniter a aa (nm) YE Cloned uitut TV pro Qk WSK 25 (Murra) 402 Ony Kotkh, Mcbeirs é Whee, 30 (Dts) ids fue. Cotnek boad Date, 30 ue) 4: oe Opunein brea ake ee Fak C7) / (lee) 42 Une Mite nk. Dak Svrothe 7 (Jeon) 10:2 Rerwatee “hy 0) Mean ecb
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Box 3, Folder 2, Document 9

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  • Text: December 5, 1968 Mr, George J. Berry Deputy Comptroller City Hall Atlanta, Georgia 30303 Dear Mr. Berry: Enclosed you will find a Financial Statement for the Community Improvement Program being handled by the Athanta Children and Youth Services Council, for the months ending October 31, and November 30, 1968. Sincerely, John W. Cox Executive Director JWCseaf Enclosures CC; Mr. Dan E, Sweat i“ Mr. George L. Aldridge
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Box 3, Folder 2, Document 18

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Box 3, Folder 2, Document 3

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  • Text: THE ATLANTA CHILDREN AND YOUTH. SERVICES COUNCIL ANNUAL REPORT 1967-1968 HON, IVAN ALLEN, JR., Mayor ROBERT M, WOOD, Chairman JOHN W, COX, Executive Director CITY OF ATLANTA CITY HALL ATLANTS, GA. 30303 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 Greetings: The Atlanta Children and Youth Services Council, in its second year as the city's official agency for the prevention of juvenile delinquency, has begun a difficult task, During the coming year, its functions are to be greatly expanded in line with the aim of building sound programs for the youth of today who are our citizens of tomorrow, As Mayor of Atlanta, I congratulate the Youth Council's Board and staff for its accomplishments in the past, Iam equally confident that the future work of the Council will result in even greater success, as will be reflected in the decrease of youth crimes and delinquency in our city, Sipeerely, Pr Ivan Allen, Jr. a INTRODUCTION Since its inception, February 1966, the Youth Council, though in its infancy, has made significant progress in fulfilling its mission and function. The changes in the patterns, incidents, and prevalence of delin- quency are but a snall part of the kind of work effort and / or impact which the Youth Council has had on the services which Atlanta provides for its children and youth. As a coordinating agency, most of the Council's work has been through and in cooperation with other agencies in terms of coordi- nation, developing, planning, implementing, and funding programs. A list of the agencies cooperating with the Council may be found in the Appendix. The activities of the Council have ranged from providing assiste- ance to individual children and their families to assisting connuni- ty groups; to working with planning and funding agencies like Model Cities, £,0.A., United Appeal, Christian Council, as well as ed other federal, state, and local agencies. THE ATLANTA YOUTH COUNCIL'S BOARD OF DIRECTORS Mayor Hon. Ivan Allen, Jr. Chairman Vice Chairman Robert Wood Franklin M, Thomas Secretary Treasurer lichacl H, Trotter Fletcher Coombs Executive Director John W. Cox Members liys. Rhodes Perdue, Member at Large Frank Carnine Ocie J. Irons Dejonah Franklin Jerry Luxenburrer Mrs. Vivian Henderson Frank A, Player G, Arthur Howell lirs. Mary A, Saniord Mrs, Clayton Yates Ex, Officio Members Hon. Herbert T. Jenkins. cscssocensesecsccnvecsecesOOler o£ Police ie. John W,. LeEtSONs coseccccaveccvcccceccescocccoss superintendent of Schools Mr. Jack C, Delius, cavecesiscatenceséeseregetevee ss General lianager of Parks WHAT IS THE COUNCIL? The Youth Council is an official municipal agency created in 1966 by the Mayor and Board of Alderman, This agency is designed for the prevention and control of juvenile delinquency and the development of children and youth. In this capacity it has a multi-faceted respon= sibility for city wide planning, coordination, formulation and ine plementation of community programs for deliquency prevention and con- trol and youth services, WHAT IS THE COUNCIL EXPECTED TO DO? The Council is expected to: (1) Obtain cooperation and coordination of existing programs, effects and agencies; (2) collect, interpret, and disseminate information about programs and projects related to youth; (3) assist agencies in finding and obtaining financial and pro- grammatic resources; (4) provide technical assistance and consultation on youth programs; (5) assist agencies in the training of staff; (6) support and initiate necessary icgislation and public policies to fac- ilitate services to youth; (7) and to stinulate and work for the es- tablishment of new and inovative programs that will alleviate problems affecting children and youths with priority on deliquency and deviant behavior. Ii] WHAT AREAS OF SERVICES IS THE YOUTH COUNCIL CONCERNED? While the Youth Council is primarily concerned with deviant behavior and more specifically juvenile deliquency, the Board of Council recog=- nizes that delinquency is only one form of deviant behavior and is in no way inclusive of the total garut of problens facing our children and youth. Therefore, the Board of the Council has broadened its func- tions in such a way as to assist agencies with any problems related to children, youth, and young adults in the area of health, education, wel- fare, delinquency, recreation and other areas of children and youth proe bleins. SPECIFICALLY FOR WHAT KIND OF SERVICES MAY All AGENCY OR AN ORGANIZATION CALL ON THE COUNCIL? 1. As speaker, discussant or participant in meetings, conferences, etc., your agency may be conducting; 2. to provide technical assistance and consultation; 3-e to gather and provide statistical information or source of infor- mation about youth prograns; 4, to serve as a convener and give staff assistance to groups and agene cies where program services are overlapping, duplicated, lacking or uncoordinated. Ge Zs 10. to assist agency Boards and staff in interpreting, clarifying, and changing programs effecting youth services; to establish contact with the proper public and private agency that may help in meeting a need or concern of the agency; to assist agencies, and organizations jn setting priorities and meeting unmet and new needs which nayexist in t'.c coicunity. to assist agencies and organizations in publicizing and distri- puting information about their services and special programs which they may be undertaking; to conduct and assist agencies in conducting staff developuent and training program in the areas of youth services; to distribute funds to operating agencies that may become avail- able to or through the Council for their use in operating and carrying out prograns related to the purposes and objectives of the Council, FACTS ABOUT ATLANTA'S CHILDREi] AND YOUTH Training and Eployrent The young worker age 16-21] will account for 45% of the increase in the nations labor force, The youth employment role for non-high school graduates is 14%; for high school graduates is 64; for college graduates is 3h. 1 out of every 4 youth seeking 4 jot in Atlanta has not completed high school. 3 out of 10 entering the labor force will not have finishe ed high school. Unemployment rates for Negro Youth continues to increase, It is doubled that of the White Youth. The quploynent rate for the black ghetto in some areas run as high as 50-00%. 4s many as 75,000 high school and college youth were looking for jobs during the surmer of 1967. Urban liigration of rural youth, many of these negroes; the poorly educated, the unskilled, and unprepared for complete urban life, and its frustrations, is posing a serious problem of employment and training for the City of Atlanta, There were a total of 2,032 youth served through the Atlanta NYC, in and out of school programs, Juvenile Deliquency and Youth Criue In 1967, more than 10,000 juvenile cases involving auto theft, lar= eeny, robbery, and burgulary, glue sniffing, gambling, lottery and malicious mischiers were handled in the courts in the Atlanta area, There were itore than 1,000 juveniles on probation in Fulton County. lore than 50% of all persons arrested for iajor crime in Atlanta are below 17 years of age. Recidivisia among deliquents and crininals ryng about 50%. The crine and juvenile deliquency rate in Atlanta has increased almost 10 tines faster than during the 11 year period from 1955-65, 22% of total crimes and delinquency cormitted in the city is comi= tted in the Model Cities Comunity, Approximately 50% of the state's arrests are related to the socios- economic level. The juvenile delinquency rates in Atlanta is 6, L5, 23, 37 per 1,000 releases compared to 50 for the United States and 25 for Georgia. Abandonment of minor children cases resulted into 475 sentences, Excessive use of alcohol is a contributing factor in 70% of thie criminal cases in criminal court in Fulton County. The number of serious crimes in Atlanta during the first quarter of 1965 rose 20% over the saire period in 1967. There were 164 civil disorders reported during the first 9 months of 1967, 5% were major, 25% were serious, but not major, and 70% were minors Education There were 253,435€ youth in the Metropolitan Atlanta school sys- tems in 1967. There are 115,000 in Atlanta proper. The figures for the letropolitan area includes 165,535 students in elementary school; 64,503 in high school and 35,330 in special and night classes. There are 6,415 students actively enrolled in Vocational Education programs. The dropout rate for Atlanta is about 7%. Less than 50% of the children who enter school in the first grade ever reach the 12th grade in the Atlanta Public Schools. The absenteeism rate among students in high dclinguent creas is cri- tical, The nedian percent of all high school swewents attending At- lanta Public Schools was 90% in 1967. The median rate for those high schools serving low income areas was O5%. 4 cross-the-country report cites the following reasons for persons dropping out of school; disinterest, home responsibilities, unfavorable parental attitudes, peer influence, unhappy home situations. The savie report characterized the typical potential dropout as: underachievers, irregular attendances, frequently tardy, non-partici- pants, a discipline problem. urposelessness, and male sex. Approxinately 90% of the youth in Atlanta's schools terminate their. education after high school. The city's schools are seriously overcrowded and predominately Negro. At the same time, the surburban school systems remain predoninately white, The reading achievenent Levels of children living in the inner-city are & to 7 grades below that of the average Sth grade student. Physical and iMental Health There are approxinately 120,000 mentally ill persons in Atlanta, about 16,000 of these are children, The infant mortality rate in Atlanta runs as high as 42 per 1,C0C population in the lowest socio-economic areas, This is 3 times that for the city. The infant mortality rate for Negroes is twice that of whites. Half of Atlanta children under 15 have never visited a dentist, The Health Departments in the Atlanta area are able to serve only lo&é of the children needing dental carc, At least one out of every 250 teenage boys and girls contact V.D. Reereation and Leisure The areas most lacking and in anced of recreational services have the highest population densities and levels of peverty, so that per- sons cannot provide their otm recreational outlets. Host o£ the £ine arts and cultural programs are not available to children and youth in the inner city except through the schools. Fine arts programs offered by the various art and cultural organ- izations provide little or no service to minorities and for inner city youth, One of the major sources of recreation and leisure in Atlanta is the public library. Tiere is a definite shortage of funds available to the Library for branch expansion, audio-visual and outreach pro- eras Children and Youth Welfare There are some 30C boys and girls returning to the Atlanta Co- munity from the Youth Developuent Centers, many of these have no place to go and no meaningful way of re-cntering the cormunity. There is a real need to assist adoption and foster placement agencies in finding suitable placements for hard to place children, any fatherless boys are in need of positive father images of big brother types with whom they can relate or identify. The problen of illegitinacy in the country and in Atlanta is very serious, There were 300,000 illegitinate births in the United States There was more than 2,090 illegitimate births in Atlanta, HIGHLIGHTS of the ATLANTA CHILDR&il and YOUTH SERVICES COUNCIL'S WORK The specific activities undertaken by the Council to fulfill its objectives were as follows: A, Foxtmulation of Cotmunity Programs of Deliquency Prevention to be carried out by Public or Private Agencies, + Participated and advised the Atlanta Board of Education in deve= loping prograiis which would train teachers to identify and deal with rooa mental health problens, + Participated with the schools and Community Chest Agencies and other public agencies in developing programs for children attending half- day classes in the northwest schools. +- Assisted and worked with the Atlanta Arts Council in developing Art and Cultural programs for inner-city children and youth. + Advised and worked with the Mory University - Grady Hospital in developing an adolescent pregnancy project for the Howard High School area, + Developed a health examination progran for participants in the Youth Opportunity Program through the services of the Fulton Medical Association and the Red Cross. + Advised ard worked with the Atlanta Board of Education, Vocatio=- nal, Educational Division in developing a high school work-study prograu. + Assisted the Georgia Arts Comission in developing and funding a photography progran for arts in the inner-city. + Developed along with the Atlanta Arts Council, Georgia Arts Co- mmission a painting arts program funded by the Arthur Harris Foune- dation. + Developed and cooperated with EOA in a special inner-city Arts progratu with Leroy Neiman. This project is funded by BOA, + Worked with the Board of Education, federal volunteers, and the Criue Prevention Bureau in developing a massive Back-To-School Caripaigcn. + Worked for changing the city's child labor laws to make it possi- ble for nore kids to get jobs. + Wet with the Community Chest Metropolitan Boys Clubs, Officials of the Coan School and the Board of Education in developing plans and programs for newly created East Side Boys Club in Be the Kirkwood-Edgewood Area, Issplementation of Action Progrars, carried out by the Council's owm staff. Developed a tutorial program for persons participating in the Absentee Project utilizing federal volunteers and vacationing teachers, Developed with assistance fron the Regional Office of HEN, Higher Education and several college in the region an "Off-Campus work- study program" which provided student staff for agencies in the city. Providing Technical Assistance and Consultative Services to Agencies Provided technical assistance to the House of USE in developing an employment program for hard to reach youth through the Pro= gram (EQOA). Provided technical assistance and cooperated with EOA, Greater Atlanta Arts Commission and the Atlanta Arts Council in develop- ing a proposal to the National Foundation of Arts and Humanities for an inner-city art prograr. Provided assistance to the Atlanta Parks and Recreation Center in developing 2 special music instrument program by the Elliot Foundation. Advised and assisted in the development of a cooperative educa= tional ~ecreational program with the 3rd Army in the Harper- Plunket-town areas. Advised and worked with the Corrmunity Chest agencies, EQOA, and other agencies in developing a progran for Unwed Mothers in the Nash-Washington areca, Provided technical assistance to the Georgia Depatment of Labor in developing a proposal to improve the quality of service pro= vided for participants in the Youth Opportunity Campaign. Provided technical assistance to the Westend Neighborhood Sere vice Center and the St. Anthony's Church in devcloping their Rent-A-Kid project. Provide technical assisting to hundreds of youth and youth groups throughout the city in establishing a city wide Youth Congress, whose primary objective is to bring together vroups and discuss problens facing teenage youth in the city. Planning Activities 4. Served on the Subcommittee on Day Care Programs with the staff E. of the Community Council of Atlanta in developing a day care project in the Westend area. Advised and participated with the Commmnity Council of Atlanta, The Comunity Chest, Parks and Recreation Department in develop- ing the city's comprehensive recreation plan. Assisted several community groups in developing ad-hoc recreation= al projects for children in the inner city, These include the Third Arvy, The Playboy Club, Federal Euployees, B'nai B'rth Lodge and several churches, Attended several meetings dealing with expansion and finding so= lutions to probicns. Approached the Christian Council of Atlanta to get them to de- velop surmer activities in the churches. Approached the Cormuunity Relations Cormission about: 1. Problems related to children and youth. 2. Police and youth relations Coordination of Activities -|- Developed and coordinated efforts with E,0.4,, City Public Works Department, Fulton and Dekalb Health Departnuents and other agene cies in developing a Rodent Control Program to reduce the problen of rats in the city as well as to increase youth ernploynent. Coordinated and worked with Health, Education and Welfare agencies serving the Edgewood-Kirlaood area in helping them to more effecte- ively cope with the problems of juvenile delinquency. Coordinated with St, Vincent de Paul and the Atlanta Youth Devee lopment Center prograns in the Bedford’ Pines Cormunity. Coordinated the work for the Mayor's Council on Youth Opportue nity. Provided a coordinated approach of work in the Capitol Homes area with the Board of Education, Park and cereational Departrent. Information, Clearinghouse Services Handled over 2,000 calls and inquiries involving youth services, Distributed information to the National Association of Theater Qymers, National Photography Owners, National intertainnent Association about the providing several programs for the inner city communities, Developed and distributed and inventory to children throughout G. HH. the city on summer opportunities. Developed and distributed an inventory to children of the cormu- nity on fall opportunities. Held several discussion sessions with agencies around developing and planning prograns for youth in the areas of deliquency. Public Affairs and Public Policy + Contacted the Board of Education about increasing the number of surmer school scholarships to poorer kids. Held an Annual Mecting. Prepared a number of correspondence to Congressmen supporting needed legislation in reference to youth. Supported legislation to begin kindergarten prograns in Georgia. Supported the Juvenile and Safe Streets and Crime Bill. Supported the Juvenile Court Reforn Bill. Supported the Special Education Program for exceptional children. Supported the ncrease Budget Appropriations for Medical Service for Retarded Children. Supported the ending of extended classes in the public schools, Supported the extension of hours that city swimming pools are opened. Supported the 0.0.0. Aimendnent. Worked against c rtain portions of the Social Security Armende ment, and supported the moratorium of the implementation of these armendments. Gave wore than 100 speeches in the commity and made approxie mately 10 radio and television appearances, Held the 1967 Mayor's Fall Conference on Children and Youth, Coesponsored an all day Conference on Adolescent Unwed Motherhood, Inter-Agency Relationship and Participation in Community Activities + Contacted and assisted the Chamber of Commerce and the United Appeal in developing a massive job and fund raising drive for the Youth Opportunity Campaign. Developed and participated in an Interagency Task Force in the Edgewood-Kirkwood area, Developed an Interagency Task Foree in Dekalb County, Developed a close working relationship with the Cormunity Chest in meeting needs in wany of their service areas. 1967 YOUTH OPPORTUNITY CAMPIGH Tor the third consecutive year, and at the request of the Presi- dent of the United States, the city of Atlanta in ~wly spring set in wotion its Youth Opportunity Campairfn coordinated by the Atlanta Youth Council. Discussion gave early indication that the 1967 catspaign should not be limited to employment only, but rather should broaden its scope to include other areas of tremendous importance to Atlanta's youth. Thus, a four-point program was adopted covering paying jobs, volunteer services, surmier school, and recreation. Exployment and Volunteer Services The campaign provided an opportunity for students to complete a summer job application while still in school. This early recruitment was planned to help eliminate the end-of-school lag jai of applications which might occur at the Youth Opportunity Center operated by the Geor= gia Department of Labor, This plan would also provide guidance by the counselors for the less motivated youngster needing help in taking this important first step,-and in addition would give the counselors the opportunity to put volunteers services into the right perspective with other types of surmer activities. The total Youth Opportunity effort received 9,660 applications. 495 orders and 1,463 job openings. 745 youth were hired, 467 male and 278 female, through the cooperation of the Georgia State Department of Labor, Atlanta Public Schools, Georgia Retail Association; and the Atlanta Chamber of Cormerce. Lack of time and established machinery for recruiting and assigning youth volunteers did not pernit a really strong effort in this area by the 1967 Campaign. An examination of Public and Private agencies in the recreation area indicated that thousands of volunteer hours were given by youth, Summer School The campaign encouraged Summer School enrollment for students who needed to catch up or who wished to get ahead acadenically. Courses and proprans in the summer school offered a broad choice to students needing renedial work or desiring advance courses, and enrichment pro- grans, These provided a combination of learning and fun that appeal- ed to many youth and young adults. Remedial and enrichuent programs on the elementary level served 7,043 children at 31 schools and 7,637 at 10 high schools. Reereation Finally the campaign focused attention on the nany worthwhile re- creation, athletic and enrichnent programs available at parks and ree ereation centers, community schools and private agency facilities, This phase of the caipaign included a directory of such programs, compiled for each quadrant of the city and distributed to school children of all ages, encouraging them to participate in some form of recreation to round out their summer. In addition and more closely related to che employment phase of the campaign, 15,000 tickets were made avail- able for Youth Opportunity Night at the Atlanta Stadium sponsored by firms and agencies participating in the Youth Opportunity Program, 1963 YOUTH OPPORTUNITY PROGRALI In late January 1960 Vice President Hubert Humphrey, Chairman of the President's Comittee on Youth Opportunity invited the city of Atlanta to a special meeting in Washington, D.C. The overail pur- pose of this meeting was to provide activities for disadvantaged youth in the areas of Employnent, Recreation and Education, Atlanta began immediately to plan and coordinate programs for youth activities using all available resources. Federal assistance was given to help Atlanta get its program under- way. This assistance included a $30,000 planning grant from the Depart- ment of Housing and Urban Development. These planning funds were ut- ilized by the Atlanta Children and Youth Services Council, the official coordinating agency for the City of Atlanta, The staff of the Atlanta Children and Youth Services Council was assigned the responsibility for broad coordination of the entire Youth Opportunity Program, The program was designed by April 1966 and in- plemented in June 1963. Members of the staff are: John W, Cox, Executive Director Lewis F. Dinkins Terry Allen Steve Fox Organization Responding to the Vice President's request the city of Atlanta; at the request of Nayor Ivan Allen, Jr., established the Mayor's Council on Youth Opportunity. Out of this Council came subcormittees to deal with the problems, These are: 1. Exploynent - it. Charles Storm, Lockheed Corp., Georgia 2. Recreation - ir. Harry Helton, YICA 3. Education - lirs, Betty Cantor, B'nai B'rith 4, Publicity = Miss Ann Cobb, Shell Oil Company 5. Special Events - ix. Steve Fox The effectiveness of these cormittees as well as the entire Youth Opportunity Program way be found under separate cover, 1968 Youth Oppor=- tunity Report to the City of Atlanta. APPENDIX
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  • Text: UbYARYGMENY OF HOUSING AND URGAN DEVELOPMENT RENEWAL PROGRAM URBAN COMMUNITY RENEWAL PROGRAM PROGRESS REPORT FUR MONTH PROJECT NO, CRP | CONSOLIDATED BUDGET REPORT ENDED Seotember 30 ', 19 68 CR 121 LOCALITY Atlanta “ {PUBLIC bk , Georsia ObY Atlanta Ciildren and Youth Services Council \ COMMUNITY REWLWAL PROGRAM FO. [REPORTING DAlie CRP-CR 121 September 30, © ~JUSTRUCTIONS Dispatch original and 2 copies to reach the HUD Re,ional Orifice by the 20tn of the month following each calendar cuarter. “a PLANNING PERIOD Date of approval of initial puduets March 6 , No. OF months ofr which budget is currently approved: 1968 12 Current estimated date for submissicna i \ of Community Renewal Program to liUD; Marchig © |S. REPORT OF PROGRAM COST | LATEST APPROVED COST INCURKED OUTSTANDING TOTAL UNENCUMBERED | i eho ‘ i TO DATE COMMITMENTS ENCUMBRANCES BALAC | ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION Meee eT OA Gs eee (5) plus te) tah ence 1a) { (a) (b) (c) (a) a Ce) i WUUBER DESCRIPTION Fed. | Loc. | Tot. Fed. |Loc. | Tot. Fed.| Loc.} Tot. Fed.| Loc. | Tot. | Fed? Lec.} Tot. C 1410.2 Staff Salaries 28,000 {L0,70088,700 $14,919 {7,895 (22,814 0 0 0 14,915] 7,895 22,814! 13,081/2,805 15,886 pian (epee Sartong: o |o | o 0 0 0 oe OO. fey 0 ia { | C 1410.92 Travel 900 300] 1,200 118 0 118 0 0 0 118|__0 | 118 782 |__ 300 1,08? | c¢ 1410.92 Reproduction and Reports | 700 300| 1,000 46 515 561 0 0 0 46] 515 561 6st | 0 435 ae Th tha iminist ive i : : | c 1410.93 Qener Administrative 400 |3,500} 3,900 4OO {.,ug4u t 1,884 0 0 0 wool 1.484 1,884 O-. 12,.096. 4° .3. O26 _. C 1430 ait Survioas | Copknaet Service 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 "© L660 Other Costs (specif | below: tach pddit: ‘ona 1 , } gneerg tf necessary) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 : ade be 3 Co * ‘ ‘ely, ‘ ag “d - 1 5 | i C L475 |Nonexpendable Equip. 0. 500 500 0 500 | soo | o 1 0 0 yy O- 7 500°. -} 506 0 | 0 0 fa af i TOTAL 30,000 hs ,30q45,300 15,483 {10,89%25,877; 0 0 0 15,483 10,394 25,87714 517 15.121 19,423 Budget Report for the Month of Sept. 30,19 08 PROGENY WO. CLT ‘ Total Budget 38,700 Federal 28,00 Local 10,/0@thers PART 1 "3 Items Inculded Salarics and Wajres Item No. C lélu.2 ‘ { | {___ PERSONNEL BUDGET j MONTHS | i AUGUST SLPTEHIBER OCTOBER 6 | Fed. Loc, To yj Fed. Loc. Tot. Fed, Loc. Tot. Fed. Loc. ‘fot. sub Total 1 a : Position: program Development Sp. 9,000 a 9,000 | 576 0 576 882 0 , 882 i. Lewis F, Dinkins : 4 t \ \ 2 . 4 -~, | Position: Secretary Office Manager 6,500 0 6,500 § . < wij de Lapren ticClanahan " i} 430 0 430 174 0 174 2 Andrea Smith i 48 ‘QO 4B a _i Position: Clerk-Typist ~ 4,500 Q 4,500 | aa. . 1. Eulene C. Felton, Helen Jones i) 376 0 376 {577+1.00 0 578 3 LEFT| 2. Anne Himmelstein i 38 9) 38 0 0 0 562 3 ratricia Copeland 134 0 134 Deilie Ls Culpepper i 80 a) BO | Position: Recreation Planning Sp. 11,000 »{1,000 | 2,000 }] ‘FSU1. Helen D. Jones = : 146 0 346 0 0, 0 a ? Sy t sii Eos ___ } Position: Inter-Agency Specialist 1,000 {11,000 } 2,999; “7SU1, Steven Fox N} 65 0 65} 0 0 0 rhe ‘ 3. l | Position: Supportive Services Sp. 1,000 0 1,000. ii . ; \ 1. Helen D. Jones é if 114 0, 114 33 Oo 33 23y 12. Arthur Langfrod, Ur. - jh 23 0 23 0 ) Q ee : Se K [ ~" | | Position: qnaividual Services Sp, 1,000, {1,000 | 2,000%) t osu; te “Teyry Le Allen Ea. ’ | 156 0 } 156 0 0 0 {2. Arthur Langirod {| 229 0 229 0. 0 0 uo oe \ ll . j hy ‘ ‘ RL \ “FEDERAL SHARE USED, 2 Budget Report for the Month of Sept. 30, 1366 Total Budget 38,700 Federal 28,000 Items Inculded Salaries and Wayes Local 10,70@thers * PROJLCY iG. ChP-CK PAKT II — + . Itom No. C Lulu.2 iv i \ ‘PERSONNEL BUDGET { MONTHS ; t AUGUST 4 SLPTERHLLER OCTOBLR 4 Fed. Loc. Tot | i Fed. Loc. Tot. Fed. Loc. Tot. Fed, Loc. ‘tot. hub Total S| es i ‘ " Position: Youth Coordinator 0 5,700 | 5,700 f 0 475 u751 0 475 | 475 ‘lh. ©6Jonn W. Cox , d h ' ! —— ql \y : ! Be rf | J Sar , 4 ~. | Position: Emplovment Specialist 1,000 2,000 } 3,000 0 700 700; . 0 0 0 ; ‘}1. Charles Storm ‘for od 25 Terry Allen i ! 692 0 692 3: ij __} a Position; Community Orsanizatiom Sp. {| 2,000 3,000 | 3,000 i 0 0 oj % v 0 1. Gan Sweat : , Ss Steven Fox 61 0 61 46 46 ce Arthur Langrord ‘ 219 219 Rs | - a Position: Arts and Cultural Sp. 4,900 %{-1,000; 2,000 } » l. Georze Beattie - : | 0 0 0 0 0 2. Doris Bucker =: “e : 0 0 0 0. 0 0 Position: Business Liaison Sp. 0 1,000 } 1,000 jj 0 0 0 0 0 0 LSU; i. James L, ticGovern b 2. 3 V4 ‘ ¢ . ae rie | |Posiiion: _ Public Relations Sp. 0 2,000 | 2,000 ii 0 0 oO} 0 0 0 P rh aaa’ Miss Ann Cobb 7 : LSU - : an 0 2. Little Neal Battle & Lindsey, Inc. a 0 0 0 0 0 | eee ry | i | iit | i 1 1 | | | i | | i } | | | ‘ i Total. Personnel 28,000 } 15;70 43,700! 2,215 }] 1,175 }3,390f2, 887 475 $3,362 | * * s aa s * LOCAL SHARE USED. ‘ ONSTAR oie teet Budget Report for the Month of Total Budget Items Inculded Item No, 1,200 Federal Sept.30,9 65 “G00 focal 300° Out of town travel. C 1410.91 Others PROJECT NO, CKY-Ci, 121 ee BUDGET MONTHS Fed. | Loc, AUGUST Loc, Tot. Fed, Loc. SLPTEWBLR Tot. Fed, OC'TOBLER Loc. Tot. ‘ 900 300. 1,200 0 0 ) 0 \\o i Sub Total aowet eee er Su a ee eT 900° } 300 Budget Report for the. Month of Sept. 30,19 68 3 PROJECT HO, CKP-CR 121 " Fae SARE ni ; Total Budget _1,000 Federal _ 700 Local _ 300 Others _ ce Items Inculded Reproduction of material and Reports oO Item No. C 1410.92 REPRODUCTION AND REPORTS — BUDGET MONTHS ie AUGUST SEPTEMBER _ OCTOBER i Fed. Loc. Tot, Fed. Loc. Tots Fed, Loc, ot. bub Total 27 Q. 27 19 0 19 , Fed. | Loc, Tot" ree : - + $f 700 300 1,000 \ \ . + 2c ee pte sca SS TS a ~! . See / istics 27 0 | 27 4 Lg ; 0 Lg as Total be 700 -*} 300 }1,000 \ Budget Report for the Month of Sept. 9%, 19 68 =, PROJECT WO. Cihv- CR 121 ‘ = . Total Budget 3,900 Federal 400 Local 3,00 Others cs Items Inculded Rental of buildin, heat, lights, utilities, mailing, I.1.C.A. & Car Expense : Item No. C 1410.93 ; OTHER ADMINISTRATIVE COST BUDGET ( MONTHS ~~ , AUGUST | SEPTERBER OCTOBER Fed. ‘| Loc. Tot’ $ Fed. Loc, Tot. Fed. Loc. Tot. Fed, Loc. Tot. Bub Total if : Rental of telephones, utilities, etc; 100 3,900] 3,500 # 0 166 166 0 166 | ea | ; ae 3 Car Allowance ( Lewis F. Dinkins) LOO - 0 LOD } 25. Oo. et 33 33 . Car Allowance (L. McClanahan) _ 10 0 10 0) . 0 0 if i jae = l'al F.I.C.A. Expense 100 "0. 100 #39, 48 | 88 0 190 | 190 : 4 i , ; ‘ : . qj ; - A . “ * Wn ' if : i i « « , t ~ 100 100 | i Led eid i, = . ‘ 4 é af Pk 4 = | we 2 i | | | | : ‘Total ‘ , . 40o" | 3,500 3900 Il} 76 214 | 289 ) 437 i 437 b 1 u - ee ee Budget Report for the Month of Sept. 30, 19 64 Total Budget o 09 Federal 0 Local Items Inculded Desks, ‘'ypewriter, Item No. C 1475 Others tables, shelves and chairs PROJECT iXO. N-EXPENDA L E EQUIPMENT BUDGET oni aeanet MONTIIS Fed. Loc, Tot AUGUST Loc, Fed. Tot. Fed. SLEPT ERnskhR Loc. Tots Fed. OCTOBLR Loc, Tot. TI Sub Total 0 500 500 0 0 0 0 0 ) \ = bs omnes is 4. ST Se, omtetee SSS arts Se SS. Total 500
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  • Text: THE SECOND ANNUAL MEETING OF THE ATLANTA CHILDREN AND YOUTH SERVICES COUNCIL Thursday, October 10, 1968 12 O’Clock Noon at THE ATLANTA PRESS CLUB 2nd ANNUAL MEETING Franklin W. Thomas, Vice President, Presiding PROGRAM Reception 11:45 A. M. Dinner INVOCATION Rev. Marvin King INTRODUCTIONS Mrs. Rhodes Perdue GREETINGS Jack Summers CHALLENGE for 1969 Mayor Ivan Allen REMARKS. -----2-----enn nnn nnn nn renner nen nnn rence ncn nennn Arthur Langford, Jr. ANNUAL REPORT sone Robert M. Wood REPORT of NOMINATING COMMITTEE ------------ Michael Trotter REMARKS by the 1969 CHAIRMAN ------------------- Jeremiah Luxemburger REMARKS by the EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR -------- John W. Cox BOARD MEMBERS OF 1968-1969 Officers and Executive Committee Ivan Allen, Jr., Mayor Jeremiah Luxemburger, Chairman Franklin Thomas, Vice Chairman Mrs. Rhodes Perdue, Vice Chairman Michael Trotter, Secretary Fletcher Coombs, Treasurer Robert M. Wood, Member at Lodge John W. Cox, Executive Director MEMBERS William Alexander Jeremiah Luxemburger David Allman Wade Mitchell William Bartholomay William Parker, Jr. Paul A. Cadenhead Matthew Patton Frank R. Carmines Mrs. Rhodes Perdue Fletcher Coombs Frank A. Player Franklin De Jongh Charles E. Read Clarence Elsas Mrs. Mary Sanford Mrs. Vivian Henderson Horace Sibley Arthur G. Howell Franklin W. Thomas Ocie J. Irons Michael Trotter Ira Jackson Robert M. Wood Irving Kaler Mrs. Clayton Yates Arthur Langford Ex-Officio Members Jack C. Delius John W. Letson Herbert T. Jenkins Purpose of the Council The Atlanta Children and Youth Services Council was established in February, 1966 to: 1. Develop community programs designed to prevent and control juvenile delinquency; 2. Coordinate activities of agencies devoted to the welfare of youth and the prevention of delinquency; 3. Implement preventive programs through all means available to the city departments and private agencies; 4. Collect, correlate and disseminate information, statistics and data on the subject of children and youth; 5. And conduct investigations and any and allother acts necessary to effectuate its purpose. 1201-B City Hall ta, Georgia 30303 522-4463 Ext. 437 L ¢ y 3 ADDRESS: M oF i a Ww py cs
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  • Text: July 30, 1968 MEMORANDUM To: Mr. John Cox From: Dan Sweat Subject: In-Kind Contribution . Listed below are the meetings and approximate number of hours devoted to each meeting which would be considered as an in-kind contribution of my time to the Summer Youth Opportunity Program. This covers the period March 6 through June 1, 1968; Date Hours March ll, 1968 March 13 March 14 March 19 April 2 April 17 April 22 April 25 April 30 May 3 May 7 May 20 * wm OS ne SF ES BS oe Be oe ee OS wm Total 25 hours
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