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Box 3, Folder 1, Document 8

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  • Text: ATLANTA CHILDREN AND YOUTH SERVICES COUNCIL 1201-B CITY HALL PHONE 522-4463 - EX.437 Ivan Allen, Jr., Mayor Robert M. Wood, Chairman John W. Cox, Executive Director Members - Frank R. Carmines Fletcher Coombs DeJongh Franklin G. Arthur Howell Mrs. Vivian W. Henderson Ocie J. Irons Jerry Luxemburger Frank A. Player Mrs. Mary B. Sanford Mrs. C. R. Yates Dear Friend: Again, the Mayor, the Board of the Atlanta ATLANTA, GEORGIA 30303 Franklin M. Thomas, V. Chairman Michael H. Trotter, Secy-Treasurer Mrs. Rhodes Perdue, Member at Large November 13, 1968 Children and Youth Services Council, and several other co-sponsoring organizations are inviting you and your friends to participate in the 2nd and Youth, Mayor's Conference on Children This year's conference will be held all day, November 21, 1968 from 8:30 to 6:00 at the Dinkler Plaza Hotel, The theme for this year's conference will be "Equal Education and Employ- ment: Affirmative Action Against Disorder". The committee has planned a most interesting and action oriented confer- ence for you, providing full participation throughout the day. Implicit in our theme for this year is solutions to problems, not further discussion of problems. ; The keynoter for this year will be Dr. Fred Crawford, Director, Center for Research and Social Change of Emory University. Our luncheon speaker will be Dr. Vivian Henderson, President of Clark College, Atlanta, Georgia and national expert on manpower and economics. We hope that you will be able to jein us. The fee for the conference this year will be $7.00 for adults and $3.50 for youth under 20. This fee will cover meal, coffee and a get acquainted hour after the conference. We hope that you will please make your reservations to attend immediately. Yours truly, C % : , » Sf pres wey OY “3. Luxemburger = / Chairman JL/aes Chief of Police, Herbert T. Jenkins - Supt. of Schools John W. Letson - Gen. Mgr. Parks, Jack C. Delius
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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 1, Document 24

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  • Text: NAVY LEAGUE OF THE UNITED STATES For Immediate Release 17 August 1968 . BLUE WATER SAFARI For Navy League Cadets A group of Atlanta boys, age 12-13, will have an eppottunity to satisfy Youth's natural interest in the ways of the Sea. They are to spend several days on board the Navy's newest Mine countermeasures ship the USS OZARK )MCS-2). (photograph enclosed), The Ozark has just returned from its arduous task of searching for the nuclear submarine Scorpian. The Commanding Officer of the Ozark is Captain William B. Hooffstetter. (photograph enclosed). Navy League Cadets are recruited from all walks of life. Membership is entirely voluntary. Cadets assume no military service obligation. Cadets may resign at any time ot they may complete an entire 5 year program by advancing to the Sea Cadet Corps at age 14, If the Cadet wishes, at age 17, provided his scholastic standing in high school is satisfactory, he will be eligible to take advantage of the Navy's many educational opportunities at the college of his choice, including Anapolis. This could mean the equivalent of a $15,000. scholarship. All Cadet Officers are well known Atlanta citizens, These men are experienced in working with boys and they enjoy it. They are capable instructors. They serve without pay. The Commanding Officer of this group of Atlanta boys is Lieutenant Commander Del- bert D. Sprague. Mr. Sprague served with the Navy for more than 24 years. 16 of which were at sea. He is a submariner by choice and is a much decorated officer. Since Mr. Sprague is a wivisay engineer, one of his assignments was on board the Savannah, Currently he is with the firm of Robert & Company Associates of Atlanta, Georgia. Although any boy age 12-13 may join the Navy League Cadet Corps they must first pass the Navy's standard AQT test and physical examination, These tests and For immediate release (17 Aug '68) Page 2 examinations are given each applicant Sahn cost or obligation to the applicant. Every boy age 12-13, and his parents, is entitled to know something about that boys mental and physical apptitudes. Standard Navy tests and examinations such as those given to Cadet applicants sometimes reveal unknown talents. Navy League Cadets are required to have very high ratings. After review of the results of these tests and examinations by an impartial Board, the applicant is notified as to whether he should come is for counciling, should repeat the tests, or has success- fully passed the requirements. If the applicant then wishes to take advantage of Cadet training, a deposit of $35. is required to cover the cost of insurance and administrative expenses for one year and the replacement cost of uniforms and personal equipment. Uniforms and equipment issued to Cadets by their Officers are the property of the Navy League of the United States and are loaned to the Cadets during their training per- iods. Should a Cadet leave the Corps for any reason he is required to turn in all uniforms and equipment issued to him and he will be refunded $10. when all uni- forms and equipment are returned to the Navy League. All Cadets train at drill and in classrooms in the Naval Training Center on the Georgia Tech Campus. Drill and Classroom periods are two hours each week, currently from 7:00 PMto 9:00 PM every Friday. Here they learn basic seaman- ship, first aid, and safety. They are provided with mental, moral and physical training thru the medium of Naval and other instructions. They have an oppor- tunity to qualify. swimming and marksmanship. They develope principals of patriotism, good character, and good citizenship. They become instilled with a For immediate release (17 Aug '68) Page 3 sense of duty and discipline, self-respect and respect for others, Should later in life a Cadet decide to enter the military forces he will, by virtue of having com- pleted Sea Cadet Training, be eligible to enlist in the United States Naval Reserve as a Seaman, two pay grades above the normal enlistee. All practical tictawa training of Cadets is not necessarily on Naval Ships, or at Naval Stations and Installations. Last June their survival training took them to remote areas in the mountains of Tennessee. Here they learned about backpack- ing and trail recognition. They constructed shelters, learned how to build fires, and to cook their own meals from dehydrated ingredients. They were shown how to snare trout in the trouts native habitat. They saw a part of the forrest which never had been inhabited by man and where no trees had ever been cut or any forrest fires had burned. This is the primeval forrest just as it was when the first white man set foot on American soil. The forrest floor is carpeted with moss, There is no underbrush except near the streams. And sunlight is broken into shafts as it streaks thru trees as tall as highrise buildings. At Sea on board the Ozark there will be an entirely different life. The Cadets will be mixed with the regular crew and will perform the same duties and stand the same watches, They will be billeted with the crew and will eat with the crew. Each Cadet will have a personal instructor to show and demonstrate the myriads of chores needed to keep a man-of-war on active duty. He will have an opportun- ity to put to use the contents of the Blue Jackets Manual which he has been study- ing. Accompanying the Cadets on this cruise will be the Navy Leagues Sixth Naval For immediate release (17 Aug '68) Page 4 District National Director of Youth Programs, Mr. Thomas T. Tucker. He is the son of Mrs. Cornelia Tucker of 21 Lamboll Street in Charleston. His wife, Wava Dell, is an Officer in the Navy League Cadet Corps. While the men are on "Blue Water'' she and their daughter Deveney Tucker will be staying in Charleston at 21 Lamboll Street, Their son, John Hyrne Tucker, is one of the Cadets who will be on board the Ozark during its sea maneuvers. Another son, Roger St. George Tucker, is a Sea Cadet and is in ''Boot Camp!'' training at the Naval Air Facility, Orlando, Florida. Being a native Charlestonian Mr. Tucker is at home on the seas. His listing in 'Who's Who" reads like a story book and shows that he has always breathed life into Youth Programs. When he was President of the Atlanta Council of the Navy League he established the Sea Cadet Program. This program is designed especially for boys from ages 14 thru age 17. He was Chair- man of the special council committee which started training the age 12-13 Cadets. These Cadet Progiars are the United States Navy Leagues national answer to training teenagers for a useful life in our society. Each Cadet must demonstrate that he is trustworthy and of good character. He must prove that he is physically able to perform the duties of a Cadet. He must show that he has sufficient edu- cational background to absorb the training offered to him, Cadet training stresses the Naval virtue of personal hygiene, neatness, courtesy, obedience, dependabil- ity, a sense of responsibility for developing good character, and a motivation of self dicipline.
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Box 3, Folder 1, Document 26

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  • Text: Dan, and Youth Services Council I should discuss this with pro before sending it. 12-4463 - ExT. 4937 ATLANTA, GEORGIA 30303 f ; a i 7 FRANKLIN W. THOMAS, V. CHainman uU . ity of Atlanta MICHAEL H. TROTTER, Secretary sa Est LZ; 1968 MRS. RHODES PERDUE, Mcmecr at Lance FLETCHER GUUMBS, TREASRUER MeMOERS: FRANK R. CARMINES FLETCHER COOMBS DE JONGH FRANKLIN G. ARTHUR HOWELL MRS. VIVIAN W. HENDERSON OCIE J. IRONS JERRY LUXEMBURGER FRANK A. PLAYER MRS. MARY 8B. SANFORD MRS. C.R. YATES Mr. Oliver Welch, Director State Planning Department State of Georgia Atlanta, Georgia Dear Mr. Welch: The Atlanta Children and Youth Services Council, an official agency of the City of Atlanta, is interested in full participation with the State in the Safe Streets and Crime Act and the Juvenile Delinquency Prevention and Control Act of 1968, To follow-up on previous conversations with you, I am writing you requesting that we be included in all appropriate briefings, planning and instructional meetings and. conferences related to these Acts, . While our major and priuary emphasis and relationship will be with the J. D. Act, we do intend to propose some programs and projects related to the Safe Streets and Crime Program, especially in the areas of research and demonstration, In both of these areas, we will, of course, be working in close relationship with Mr. Dan Sweat, Governmental Liaison Director for the City of Atlanta. We will be preparing for submission at this time, proposals under several sections of the Juvenile Delinquency Prevention and Control Act of 1968 and the Safe Streets and Crime Act, I am fully aware of the fact that guidelines and proceudres for neither of these Acts have been developed. Our contact person on this matter should be our Executive Director, Mr. John W. Cox, City Hall, 522-4463, extension 437. Ex-Orricia-Cuier of Pouce, HERBERT T. JENKINS - Suet. or Sceoots, JOHN W. LETSON - Generac Mor. or Parws, JACK C. DELIUS Mr. Oliver Welch August 12, 1968 page -2- If you have further instructions, please convey them to Mr, Cox, Thanks again for your cooperation. I am Sincerely, Robert M. Wood Chairman RMW; JWC:hdj cc; Mayor Allen Mr. Sweat Senator Ward Representative Alexander Chief Jenkins
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Box 3, Folder 1, Document 19

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  • Text: MEMORANDUM OF AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE ATLANTA CHILDREN AND YOUTH SERVICES COUNCIL AND THE FULTON COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT Acceptance and Endorsement of the Community Development Aide Project Subject to the approval of the Commissioner of the Fulton County Health Department; the Atlanta Children and Youth Services Council Board of Directors; the Public Health Service of the U., S, Department of Health, Education and Welfare; and the availability of Federal Grant Fund 314 (e) (1), the Fulton County Health Department will carry out the specific responsibilities outlined below and included in the Community Development Aide Project approved subject to the terms and conditions set forth below, The Fulton County Health Department endorses the Community Development Aide Project and agrees to be a cooperating agency carrying out the specific responsibilities outlined below: A, The Fulton County Health Department will request work crews and crew chiefs as needed for rat control work, The health department will be responsible for training the requested crews in their areas of competence concerning the health-related aspects of rat-borne diseases, rat habits, and rat poisons, It will also provide advice to the Rat Control Project in developing methods and procedures for the surveys and poisoning programs. a TTP os i ee ey. ‘e CLE és — (Name) ~ x Director, Environniental Health Services (Title) Approved A sicbieen yy Commissioner of Health, Fulton County
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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 1, Document 18

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  • Text: MEMORANDUM OF AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE ATLANTA CHILDREN AND YOUTH SERVICES COUNCIL AND THE COMPREHENSTVE HEALTH PROJECT Acceptance and Endorsement of the Community Development Aide Project Subject to the approval of the Comprehensive Health Project; the Atlanta Children and Youth Services Council Board of Directors; the Public Health Service of the U. 5S. Department of Health, Education and Welfare; and the availability of Federal Grant Fund 314 (e) (1), the Comprehensive Health Project will carry out the specific responsibilities outlined below and included in the Com- munity Development Aide Project approved subject to the terms and conditions set forth below: The Comprehensive Health Project fully endorses the Com- munity Development Aide Project and agrees to be a cooperating agency carrying out the specific responsibilities outlined below. A. The Comprehensive Health Project will assist in the administrative aspects of the training of aides (i.e., assist in teacher recruitment, etc.) No health Project funds are to be involved directly. -—? Zo Girt ee z (Name) Calvin A. Brown, Jr., M.D. Project Co-Director (Title)
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Box 3, Folder 1, Document 10

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  • Text: THE ATLANTA URBAN LEAGUE, INC. An Educational Community Service Agency Covering Over 47 Years of Preventive Social Service Ce ie Ls WORKS: 521°2355 * 239 AUBURN AVENUE, N.E. * ATLANTA, GEORGIA 30303 NATIONAL URBAN LEAGUE AFFILIATE October 24, 1968 Mayor Ivan Allen City Hall : Atlanta, Georgia Dear Mayor Allen: The Northwest Cooordinating Council was happy to read that the city of Atlanta has received a grant from the U. S. Depart- ment of Health, Education and Welfare for a rat control program. We would like to request that the Perry Homes community be considered as one of the areas for the program, Sincerely, Mile abbr Robert Dobbs, Chairman Northwest Coordinating Council RD/rl United Appeal Member Agency
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Box 3, Folder 1, Document 23

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  • Text: PUCHER ASSOCIATESM .. es eeee. INTER-OFFICE MEMORANDA 348 PEACHTREE STREET ATLANTA, GEORGIA 30308 404-524-8041 Subject: Navy League Youth Programs To: Dan Sweat From: Tom Tucker Date: 22 Aug 1968 A copy of this news release went to Ear] Landers. Hope you fellows were able to use it, ELE eb Mr, Dan Sweat, Jr, The Mayor's Office City Hall 68 Mitchell Street Atlanta, Georgia 30303
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Box 3, Folder 1, Document 14

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  • Text: ATLANTA,GEORGIA
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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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  • 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 .; . 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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 ! I I l ·! l I I l ·~ - - - - -:- ,._.:t,!,_,: r--;•---,--..--t' -.--' ' --;-!- - 1 - -l- . . . . , - - - - .I I 1 1i ~ i1 t ~, ' FSU ? csi tion : FSU ' 2. 3. s \ : 143.215.248.55 : J. . I ~~ 143.215.248.55 ~crv icc S? c cial i~ 1, OQ C, /\ rt 11 ur La n;,f o r c.: , Jr . 1 , 0 00 j 2 , 000 I t l1 I ii ~--------H-1,--!--t-l I I .. 1' I I ·! I r ! j I - l i l · ----+----+---+---+---l----+---~-----1·----.---------- ·1 JH ---rr-t, . FEDERA L SFARI: USE: D . j .. t ! 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~ ~-.!. 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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 . (e) o \ o \ ~1_1_4_,_91_ _~_; ,...1_,s_9_5_-~')2·, o1) _1_3_,_o_s_1_:_2.;..,_s_o_s_ \~_ 1_s__._,s_s_5____j o- ; _o-;-·l--o --;--o_..r_ o__i----~----;-\__o- l\_ o_ \,_ _0 _ _ ____ 1 o o o 11n! o UR 78?. j 300 l OB?. Contract Services o o I o o o o \ o I o o ~ l -.,,_....,...,.,.,..____~~-:----:::-----,----.....,---+--o-~--o-'i--0---(--0--·;--o--;--o--r--o-,--o--t--o--; C .l.4b0 -UNENCUMI:lCRUJ i.>ALi\::CE r ) mir,us ( cJ ) 1,a DESCRIPTION -,-.------------'-1'" -r-.e-d-.-:-j-L_o_c_.--,-1-T_o_t-.-;-,- -F-e-d-.-,--L-o-c-.--.--T-o-t -.-~_1_:·-e_c..~·-"'.·~l~~L~o~c~--_,:1~T~o~t~.~:-143.215.248.55F~e~d~.:~~L~o~c~.~:~T~c,-t_._1~ _ r_;e._ 1~ -o_:_~-~-:...-. _._1_s_,_4_a_3_i_o~,394 }~s.t!~!_1_i_4_,_5_1_ ·1 _~ _'s_,_1_2_1___J_1_9_....,4_~=3===·===== �DuclGct Repo1"t f or• the 1iont li of Se1_;t. 30 , lo,-,oo UNOE.R ~E PARiNERSHI? i="OR 1-!EAL TH a;(',c,;.A.f,( f(\R A P.oc,ENT CO"ITROL PROJECT JN ATL•NTA HAS 3££N A:>PRC\IC:G. WE ;>.P.£ EXTRCo!ELY HA ? PY TO GP.ANT APPROVAL FOR THIS P'!OST WORTHY PRCJECT WHICti VtLL IMPAOVE l!I/ING CONDITIONS F" CR THC USA. ·cs rs er er: r:..E Q.OSE AND CQCPERAT IVE R£LATIOHSHIPS BEING DEVELCPEO SET'IE£N THIS .(J'LANTA C!TrZENS. THIS PROJECT CEPi\.qTMENT MO Ar.ERICA'S CITIES. .,, ~~!~! . C_F 1270 Cl.511 A COl',CRETE l'!ANIHSTATICt: WHEN FISCAL YEAR 195$ APPCRTr Cr-..- FUNDS IS M_~t, VE il!LL !!'1.MEDIATELY PRCC£E.C "ii!TH F' ~y~ u //.,/. �- - - -- -- -- --- 143.215.248.55ESTERN " ? I I 1270 C1-S11 ~·· '-1' -- �WESTERN UNION -, . . _ &::.,_ • - ~ • ,;;..;;.. £r; T ::c-r ,~ - ... . r .c...,r;, "" ., ... - '.!u TE L H:x ATLA=:55 ( "2'3') t-1["1 1-'SH S 1 r1... :,-::i P2 ::.·.S~!'.':0: c-!".>(; ~ C"':;! . :,1.; : .; J.J~ I', L1_ ;::-.; J;:_ z~ 1 ~:;r-\. ,..,_...,. ~i: ' !-:~ LL AT L Sr_:"'?'"!" ! f ! ~!: .~..°'~C L!~!T ~f s=:rc.;.;; ~1'-; ~O P. .ti.. d(;[,[ . $ l ') {),-J-JO - l '~::,r.;; T~1E P~R T f-\ £ ~~S~ I ;.) F""CR ~EA LT H T C(1 'T~V L PRGJE:CT I ?~ /..T ~ Afaff A hA S :: Er: ~~ :~~'-' S CV ~ Li. .J -j ·,l A~: CC C? ~R~ TI J~ R~LAT!C hS H! 0 S ?EI~G SE~E-CP~C 3ET~ EE N TH ! 3 !IPt.P.~~::~:r Af:rJ ;;": ~ R1 S l. ~S C!Ti [S c- ·_;~~ N FI 5 C:..L ·tE,~; 1S 5~ A? ?CMT ; c ~ QCS E ?::E~T CF F' "i . 26 IS i:11\ C"[, ~:£ ~:!LL r ~-:~:;::c!A T~ L Y F' :".~CE:2C ::.:rT H F L:~ .. U! ~~u .,~ - 12 70 ? l c·. . _j ,l/ ?"~"'.l .i '1- 5 1I i L __ - ~ ~ -··-- - - ~--- - - --·---- -- - ------- - - ----- / -W1EsT-i~~RI. - . .. .. o _· .- __c;it~~r~ - '-' .a,' - - . T_ 1 27 0 11 -51 ( •<~.-'--. ~ ...... ' -.... ::.. ,- ___ _J �July 30, 1968 ME.MORANDUM To: Mr . John Cox From: Dan Swe t Subject: In.Kind Contribution Listed below are the meetings and appi-oxim te nwnber of hours d voted to each me ting which would be considered s an in-kind contribution of my Um to the Summer Youth Opportunity Program. 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: Ailanta Children and Youth Services Gunna: 1201-B CITY HALL PHONE 522-4463 - Ext. 497 ATLANTA, GEORGIA 30303 IVAN ALLEN, JR., Maran 7, FRANKLIN W. THOMAS, V. CHataman ROBERT M. WOOD, Cnainman City of Atlanta MICHAEL H. TROTTER, Secretary JOHN W. COX, Executive Oierecton MRS. RHOOES PEROUE, Meuwuoer ar Lanoe FLETCHER COOMBS, Tecasrnucer September 23'5 1968 Memocna: Ev Orriers FRANK R. CARMINES FLETCHER COOMS6S DE JONGH FRANKLIN G. ARTHUR HOWELL MRS. VIVIAN W. HENDERSON = OCIiE J. IRONS JERRY LUXEMBURGER FRANK A. PLAYER MRS. MARY B. SANFORO MRS. C.R. YATES Hons Liditen C. Varris, Chairman City of Atlanta Tinance Committee $01 City tiell Atlanta, Georgia 30303 Dear Alderman Varris: 1 response is ij: veply to a Septemler 3, letter cent to me by fr. avis, Comptroller, concerning Ludsjet reyuest for 1969, bee ct bh. fy oO be Mg The Atlanta Children and Youth Services Council is hereiy submitting a preliminary Ludj;et 2*quest of $51,90u tor its regular ,rotram together wita a supplement of [16,940 to plan, coordinate and adininister the LutS Gunner Yeuth Opportunity :iu ram. . Cur 1969 request involves an increase ef £16,200, This itcrease will allow us to (1) add one (1) professional staff person and ene (1) clerk; (2) it will also allow for a 5% salary Iincrerent for cur present stuff; and (3) it will cover some minor increases in administrative and operating, cost of the Council, sue Ludget request to earry cut the Cuuncil's responsihilitics in the 1903 1 Veuth Goportc ts Trosram is centingent on whether or not feucval Tunds are avdaildlic ti< Council as they were in 19608. As ycu «xno, planning tunds for ths 1°) Youth Opportunity Iroc tren were made avaliadvie tirougn a peeial grant fro. hOL. We are uncertain, though hoperul, that these funds will again be available in 1969, If they cre, our request icr 196° planning funds fer tue Youth Opportunity Frogram will be rescinced. we hope that your ccunittee and otuer menbers cf the Beard of Aicermen will Le pleased witn th. work and progress cf tle Council during the 1907-68 program year. Our Annual leport which will Le submittea in Nove..Ler along with the EN ALE Aa ies Sos Sd Perce of Pouer, HERBERT T JENKINS - Suet. or Seectois, JOHN W. LETSON «- Generat Morn. of Parnes, JACK C. DELIUS - wea oe ne ae Hon. Milton G. Farris Page Two September 23, 1468 full budget request and decumentation material, will highlight some of this work, We think that 1969 will Le even more productive if needed operational aud administrative Funds can Le obtained, The Mayer and Loard of Aldermen in creating tue Council and establishing it as a city a,ency, gave*it a most important task tuo pertorm for this ,reat City. Unfcertunately, the financial resources Lur dein, the total job have been severely limited. we hope that the board of Aldermen will be abie to honor our reyucot ior tie suificient funds which should enable the Council tmcre suequately to serve the approxinately 200,000 chiiérei and youth of our City. Turther, the expanded services should bring about a sisguiticant recucticu in delinquency, child neglect, poor health, nomelessness and non-supervised recreational activities and conuiticns in our City. Tae board cf the Youth Council would be wost appreciative of appearing vefore the Finance Committee or appropriate members thereot when beth our preliminery as weil as our final Luagets are considereu. Thenk you azain for your very wonderful cooperation anu interest in tunis matters Il an Sincerely, I - C3) ete ae SS i Fie sc f ML ee FFF — nolert Us Wood Chaivmeat ~MasdwCsecl (Attachments CC: Mayor Allen Members cf the Pelice Committee mv. Dan Sweat ~ ee nae
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  • Text: —Ailanta Children and Youth Services Council 1201-B CITY HALL PHONE 522-4463 ATLANTA, GEORGIA 30303 IVAN ALLEN, JR., Mavor ; : FRANKLIN M. THOMAS, V. CHainman ROBERT M. WOOD, Crainman ‘ MICHAEL TROTTER, Secy-Treasurer JOHN W. MemBERS: COX, Executive Director MRS. RHODES PERDUE, Memoer at Lance FRANK R. CRAMINES FLETCHER COOMSS DE JONGH FRANKLIN G. ARTHUR HOWELL MRS. VIVIAN HENDERSON OCIE WJ. IRONS JERRY LUXEMBURGER FRANK A. PLAYER MRS. MARY B. SANFORD MRS. ©. 3. YATEE December 12, 1958 Dr. John Letson, Superintendent Atlanta Public Schools 224 Central Avenue, S. W. Atlanta, Georgia 30303 Dear John: The Recreation Sub-Committee for the 1969 Youth Cpportunity Pregram held a meet- ing on December 10 to begin the planning for the "Summer '69" program. One of the topics discussed was better cooperation and synchronization of effort between the various public and private organizations participating in the "Summer '69" program. More specifically, the Committee requested that the school systems partici- pate in the various neighborhood discussions being held for the Youth Opportu- nity Council by the Citizens Advisory Committees of the E O A. These meetings are being held in order for citizens to discuss with operating agencies the types and kinds of programs desired for their neighborhoods. Mr. Koth has agreed, with your approval, to discuss this matter with Area Superintendents and Principals, advising them that they will be invited to par- ticipate in the discussions of these area committees. An early involvement of school officials at all levels in the planning of the summer program isGGesired goal of this year's campaign. Knowing of your deep interest in the Youth Opportunity Program, I would appreciate your lending support by way of communication from your office to area superin- tendents and principals. Please urge them to be present or delegate some mem- bers of their staff to represent them at these area committee meetings. é Ex-Orricia-CHier of Pouce, HERBERT T. JENKINS - Super. of Scwoo.s, JOHN W. LETSON - Gewerat Mor. or Parws, JACK C. DELIUS pert PEED FE — Page 2 Dr. Letson December 12, 1968 a Mr. Duke Harrison, E 0 A representative, will request the area chairman to send -invitations to the principals of schools in their particular areas. The Parks Department, E O A Nei ghnborhood Centers, The United Appeal Agencies and several other agencies will parti cipate in these sessions. The area committees will make their recommendations about activities, use of facilities, location of programs, and personnel selections to operating agencies, schools, churches, parks and recreation departments; as well as to the Youth Opportunity Council. I shall be writing you later concerning funding resources from the school system to support the 1969 effort. It is also my understanding that Mr. Koth will be making several recommendations to you concerning this program within the next few days. I personally appreciate your cooperation in this effort to get an early start P y r & a) on the program for summer 196%, With kindest personal regard, I an, Sincerely yours, Charenee Bhan Clarence Elsas Chairman, Youth Cpportunity Program 1969 CE/vp c.c: Honorable Mayor Allen ” ; Mr. Jerry Luxemburger Mr. Dan Sweat Mr. Jack Delius Mr. Allen Koth Mr. Irwin Lewis Mr. Harold Barrett Dr. John Martin
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  • Text: Atlanta Children and Youth Services Cacia 1201-8 CITY HALL PHONE 522-4463 - ExT. 437 ATLANTA, GEORGIA 30303 IVAN ALLEN, JR., Mayor : FRANKLIN W. THOMAS, V. CHainman ROBERT M. WOOD, CuHairman City of Atlanta MICHAEL H. TROTTER, Secrerary JOHN W. COX, Executive Director MRS. RHODES PERDUE, Memocer at Lance FLETCHER COOMBS, Tacasauca August 2, 1968 Memocrs: FRANK R. CARMINES FLETCHER COOMBS DE JONGH FRANKLIN G. ARTHUR HOWELL MRS. VIVIAN W. HENDERSON OCIE J. IRONS JERRY LUXEMBURGER FRANK A. PLAYER MRS. MARY B. SANFORD MRS. C. R. YATES MEMORANDUM FOR THE MAYOR I mentioned the Modernization Program of the HUD when we were coming back from the resident camp tour. This program is made available with funds set aside by the Secretary of HUD to develop Rave +Go7 and, social modernization programs in public housing. ‘ Funds for this program can and must be used in a variety of creative and innovative ways to improve buildings, grounds and programs in public housing. : The major stipulation is nes the Authority develops 2 program : of citizen involvement. JOHN W. COX JwC/hd j Ex-Orricio-Cuier or Pouce, HERBERT T. JENKINS - Suet. or Scuoo.s, JOHN W. LETSON - Generac Mor. or Parxs, JACK C, DELIUS
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Box 3, Folder 1, Document 9

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  • Text: October 28, 1968 Mr. Robert Dobbs, Chairman Northwest Coordinating Council The Atlanta Urban League, Inc. 239 Auburn Avenue, N. E. Atlanta, Georgia 30303 Dear Mr. Dobbs: Thank you for calling to my attention the request that the Perry Homes community be considered as one of the areas for the Rodent Control Program. As you probably know, Economic Opportunity Atlanta will administer this program in behalf of the City and the various agencies. I have forwarded your letter to Mr. Jim Parham, Executive Administrator of Economic Opportunity Atlanta, and I am sure that EOA will give consideration to your request, Sincerely yours, Ivan Allen, Jr. Mayor IAI r:fy ee: Mr. Jim Parham
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Box 3, Folder 1, Document 16

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  • Text: { August 14, 1968 se i MEMORANDUM To: Mayor Ivan Allen, Jr. From: Dan Sweat The attached memo from John Cox relates to the Rodent Control proposal he has worked on for quite some time. The Grant Review Board considered this project and recommended it be Wiled by EOA. This was done with the understanding that no money was available, I have talked with John about this many times. It is my feeling that we should not attempt to obtain political influence to get this proposal accepted. I feel that it does not merit that much importance, DS :fy
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Box 3, Folder 2, Document 5

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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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