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would be forwarded to mayor, during a time of serious racial cy of cily government to work the budget is $50,000. The hold places on the commis- munity with a report of posi-
zens Task Force has called on city council or department tension or other emergency exclusively in areas of dis- chairman is black and seven sion. live action and whatever re- |
Mayer George Seihels Jy. to heads, Birmingham’s nefgh- situation, the center is ready crimination and community

appoint a standing commuttee
of six members and a chair-

VOL. 99—NO. 48

hor cities of New Orleans and
Atlanta have such a program

to give out accurate informa-
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sults have come about as a

A Bleth -OF, ser people: «la result of the first meeting’s

headed by Executive Director

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man to hokl evening mectings already in operation, This iS happening. other city officials met togeth- ees Nat Welch, former Alabam- SS Re aren
in city hail fo hear problems the first of two articles con- The Rumor Control Center cr in planning sessions. A Various segments of the ian. Offices are in City Hall ainuat report to the mayor
uf Birmingham citizens and (0 cerning the functions and sue: is a creature of the Atlanta majority vole of the aldermen community are represented where the commission holds a j.4 forwards recommenda.
told public hearings on sub- cess of those groups in those Community Relations for adoption of an ordinance on the commission, whose Public meeting once a month Gone ig city officials on
ects affecting jarge groups. cities. Commission, an organization establishing a Community members are appointed by the @! Which citizens are invited \notever issues being investi-

\nalysis of problems brought

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_ Relations Commission was [ol-

mayor‘ and approved by the

to speak. Town Hall meetings

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» the evening city hall mect- BY LILLIAN FOSCUE VANN , November, 1966. A group of lowed by approval of the board of aldermen. The {°° 0° sularly Wirousnoul. “we pave been able to
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ngs and reports on public Dial 524-3261 in Atlanta and -“grass-roots” citizens from mavor. clergy, labor, business and ‘he city by the commission. aintain a preity good dia-
earings and “in depth? you have called the Rumor: Southeast Atlanta saw the — The first budget was $25,000. the poor all have veices on Thirty days later the com- logue in Atlanta.” said the
tudies and recommendauens Control Center. In operation need to have an official agen- This year with a staff of six, the commission. Women too mission returns to the com- commission Chairman, the
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