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Box 7, Folder 16, Document 3

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  • Text: lnJ CITT DAU,. .trL.t.N!'A GrDBCIA IUN T£UPUONlf '°"'"' &:D'. UI September 26, 1967 Ma y or Ivan Allen, Jr. City Hall Atlanta, Georgia De ar Mr. Allen: Just a note to congratulate y ou upon receiving the I was delighted Abe Goldstein Human Relations Award. to be able to attend the banquet and to take part in the tribute to y ou. Sincerel y , SI,· ( Mrs. )~ za K. Paschall Execu t ive Direc t or EKP :mt �
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Box 7, Folder 16, Document 7

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  • Text: ROUTE SLIP FROM: Dan E. Sweat, Jr. D For your information 0 Please refer to the attached correspondence and -make the necessary reply. 0 Advise me the status of the a ttached. FOR M 25-4-S �
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Box 7, Folder 16, Document 15

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  • Text: ROUTE d a-rJ ~ ~- TO: I FROM: ~ D S/9' Ivan Allen, Jr. or your information ~ Please refer to the atta hed correspondence and mak e the necessary r eply. 0 FORM 25-4 Advise me the a tus of the a tta ch ed . �
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Box 7, Folder 16, Document 24

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  • Text: • ' i • • _. ;, · ' ' ~·/ '\, ·'·:. ~· ·_ ·'. :. ·.~: .~~ ·,: /'··.:_'i': ;. ,., : , ;_ , ·- ·- -,.·., -·- - - - " .. Rolland ,:/1-!JYl~~IPV flol¼fLJ ,, ; ,: . !---?'l cd~MUNITY RELATION~, COMMtss,10N .a.. ·------- - Mexwell . I' . NEW COMMITTEE .MEMBERS • r Ralph Hendrix Pe(sonnel Director Atl nta Gas Light Co. ,AU nte, Georgia Carroll Jones Trust Company of Georgia 36 Edgewood Ave ., N .E. Atlanta, Georgia w. Herbert Meger Vice Prellident L. C lloway Fulton Netione B.. n~~ 55 Marietta 3t . , N. VI •• Atl~nta, Georgia · Calloway Realty Co. 19 3 Auburn Ave • , N • E • Atlanta, Georgia John Miller Manooer·, Supply Drench Retail Credit Co. 1600 Peachtree St., N. w . . Atlanta, Georg la Richard A. Strauss, Store :\':anager Ponce de Leon Sear Roebuck & Co . 6 7 7 Ponce de Leon A· e . , N . E. Hewitt Covington, Partner Alston , Miller & Gaines C & S National Bank Building Atlanta , Georgia Atlanta , Georgie Jame H. Davis Vice Pre id nt and Tr auror Beck & Gr oo Co ., 21 7 LuoJde St. , N. W. Atl nta, Georgia H. W. (Bo) Whitman, Jr. l\1at. Vto~ Pr •. Main Offtc F1rat National Bank Atlanta, Georgia Richard J. Grabowski Personnel Manager J. M. Tull Metal Co., Inc. 285 Marietta St . , N. W. Atlanta, Georgia Charles Greene ,, I' Atlanta Llfe Inauranc Co. 14 8 Auburn Ave • , N • E. Atlanta , Georgie . September, 19 6 '/ J. R. WUeon, Jr. WU son & Co. , Real Estate 905 Hunter St., N .W. Atlanta, Georg la . I 1 . ... . -- - -.· --- -- �i ' •. • ,,.; , • • ' I ··- • . · - 1';, h .J • ' ' . . . .•,r, • • - - - • : ·.~ •. • • ~ . ! . • ·~ · ., '1 , 1 . . ' ' I• I ~ • , . =.. . \ . '· ·. ' . ~ . ,¥• •. r ,.__· . J•tl , ' • ·-;2~ ,. .. ' ' . t. '• ) I , , 1 '• I~~ !' , .. ! -; ., .. ·-·---.---, , t ,· . ,, • ' ., .,.• o• . 1,i'•, ,.I: i 1,, I I \ l, ' IX ,1 ' 1 1 Sa ylot~ An~te ' 1 • G ene ral 01,strict Manag e r • G eorgia Power Co . . 270 Peachtree St., N .W. Atlanta, Georgia I -~ -~ . ••.• I I ~ l' • l~1 ... ' ,~~ ! I ~la yto.n .(:Bob) : Publi c Re l 'tions Off ic r Citizen~ & Southern ·National B n.!< Marietta & Broad Atlanta, Georgia D. T. Crockett , Jr. Vice Preside nt Lockheed-Georgia Co. Ma ri etta , Georgia Melville Smiley · Davison's 180 Pea c htree St., N . W . Atlev1ta , Georgia 30303 Hugh K. Rickenbaker Asst. V. P . Public Relations Life of G eorgia 57 3W. Peachtre e, N . E. Atlanta, Georgia (Housing Committee) Ben O 'Callaghan, President Ben O'Callaghan Co. 12 79 Colli e r Rd . ,' N. W. Atla nta, G eorgia (Housing Committee) John Smith Advertis ing Manager Atlanta Inquirer 7 . Inc . 787 Parsons St., S . W Atlanta, Georgia Thaddeus Stokes City Edit or Atlanta Doily World , 210 Auburn Ave . , N. E. Atlanta , Georgia R. 0 . Sutton, Vice Preside nt C iti zens Trust Compa ny 21 2 Auburn Ave . , N . E . Atlanta , Georgia Oti s Thorpe Vi c e President Q. V. Willia mson & Co • . 8 5 5 Hunt er St . , N . W • Atlanta l Georg ia John W eit nauer V. P. & Personne l Directot' Rich's 4 5 Broad St • , S • W . ' Atlanta, G eorgia , September, 1967 , James W·. Wright 1 P .0. Box ~ ,J,6 7 g7 Atlanta / Georgia 3032 0 (Law & Equa l Enforcement) William Merritt 338 L!ncoln St. , S .W. Atl~nta , Georgia 303 1 5 (Employment) ' .. ,. �
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Box 7, Folder 17, Document 3

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  • Text: November 22, 1967 Mr. Edgar T. Van Buren 230 Hammond Drive Norcross, Georgia 30071 Dear Mr . Van Buren: This will acknowledge receipt of your letter on behalf of the Community Relations Commission. I certainly appreciate receiving your support of our efforts in this area. Sincerely yours, Ivan Allen, Jr. Mayor IAJr/br �
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Box 7, Folder 17, Document 5

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  • Text: TRA I LER PARKS Th r ough a n inquiry by t h e Ma yor, t h e Co mmissi on was as k ed to i nv estigate t h e sit u atio n re g a r di n g t h e difficul t y of Neg ro e s attem p t in g t o r e n t spa c e i n At l a n ta t rai l e r par ks. Two Ne g r o f ami l ies , Mr . a n d Mrs . Frame a n d Mr. a n d Mrs . Wh ea t , h a v e att e mp t ed t o re n t pl a c es t o pa rk t h e ir trai l e rs a n d h a v e b ee n un a bl e t o f in d a ny t r ai l e r p a rk in At l a n ta that will r e n t t o t h e m. v e tera n , i s prese n t ly e mp l o y ed wit h a lo ca l now on a c ti v e d u ty wit h the U. 5 . Army . Mr. Fra me , an Army pap e r c o mpa ny, a n d Mr. Wh eat i s Bo t h fami l i e s b e l i e v e t h at they are b ei ng d e n ied a cc e ss to t h e t r a il e r parks b eca u se t h ey a r e Neg r o . s eve r al Th e y related in sta nc es i n wh i ch t h e y h ad call ed p ar k s , b ee n tol d t h at t h ere wa s a v a c an c y , and u pon arri v i n g at th e par k b ee n to l d that t h e v aca nc y had ju st b ee n filled. Se v era l parks had a llo wed t h e f ami l i e s to fi ll o u t app l i c atio n forms but , fr o m a ll indic a ti on s , t h ese app l i c a tio n s were n e ve r gi v e n any seri ous con sideration. The sta f f o f th e Comm un ity Relati on s Commiss i o n h as b ee n ab l e to gai n the following informat io n in r e gards to t his iss u e : l . Th e District Attorn ey ' s offic e h as informed u s that trailer parks are no t cov ered und e r t h e Civil Ri ghts Act o f 19 64 . At prese n t, c erta in agen ci es h a ve wr itten to Was hing to n in an a tt e mpt to fin d out if trai l er parks within a 3½ mile radius of Ft . McP h e rson are included in Secretary McNamara ' s rec e nt Fede r a l Ord er conc er ni n g military housing . 2. A numb er of orga n izations in Atlanta have work e d with th e Frames and the Wheats in attempti ng to g et t h orn located in a trailer pa r k. Th ese include t h e Red Cross , Th e NAACP , a nd c er t ai n military p e rsonn e l at Ft . McP h erson. Th e Reverend Amos Holm es of t h e NAA CP stated that h e had perso n a lly contacted 24 differe nt trailer p a rks for Mr . and Mrs. Wh eat , but was un abl e to find on e that wo uld accept a Negro family. Only 2 of th e 24 were will i ng to l e t the Wh eats fill out an application. None of the trailer parks contacted, including those in predominately Negro neighborhoods, had a ny Negro es in reside nc e. 3. Most of the trailer park owners c l aim that they are filled to capacity and thus unabl e to provide accomodations for any n ew applicants, either Negro or whit e . A surve~ of some of the trailer parks on Stewart �Pag e 2 trai l ers Av e nu e showed that t h ere we r e s om e v a c a nt s p a c es in th ese parks. On e own e r stat ed that t h e v aca nt spaces in his park 11 .,rn r e r ese rv e d for peopl e who bo ught trailers from him 11 • 4. A sma ll gro u p of trail e r p ark own e rs have ex pressed thir willingn ess to mee t wi th th e Mayo r , Bo ard of Alderme n, or th e Zoning Commiss ion to discuss the probl e m of zoning in regards t o t he b u i l ding of new trailer parks. Th ey cl aim t h at presen t zo ning r e s t rictions ha v e made it a l mo st impossibl e to co nstru ct any new trai l er parks in Atl_anta. Th e y a l so sai d that if zoning r e g ul atio ns could be chang ed , they would b e will i ng to b u ild a n ew trailer park which wo ul d uphol d a policy of op e n occupancy. In concl usion , we ca n simpl y say that presently , th e r e is no Negro l i vin g in a ny trail er park i n Atl a n ta . Mr . a nd Mrs . Frame h ave spent two y ears looking for r e nt a l space i n a ny Atlant a tra il e r park a nd h a v e b ee n u ns uc c essful in a ll of th e ir attempts . Both t h e Frames a nd the Whea ts feel that the t r ai l e r parks are discriminating aga inst them on racia l gro unds a n d both are l ooking for a ny sort of solution in the n ear fut u re that will remedy t h eir ho u si ng probl e m. �
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Box 7, Folder 17, Document 6

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  • Text: November 6, 1967 Mrs. Thomas H. Gibson 1646 Mt. Paran Road, N. W. Atlanta, Georgia 30327 Dear Mrs. Gibson: This will acknowledge receipt ·of your letter on / behalf of the Com.munity Relations Commission. I am most grateful for your support and your generous comments. Sincerely yours, Ivan A llen, Jr. M ayor IAJr/br �
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Box 7, Folder 17, Document 7

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  • Text: OMMUNITY RELATIONS COMMISSION ESTABLISHED BY THE MAYOR AND THE BOARD OF ALDERMEN, NOVEMBER, 1966 1!!09 CITY HALL, ATLANTA GEORGIA 90309 TELEPHONE 5U-446:J EXT. H:J MR. IRVING K . KALER, Chairman THE HONORABLE SAM MASSELL, JR., Ex-Officio President, Board of Aldermen Nov em ber 1 , 19 6 7 COMMISSION MEMBERS Mn. T. M. ALEXANDER, SR. MR. R. BYRON ATTRIDGE MRS. SARA BAKER MISS HELEN BULLARD Mn. R. J. BUTLER MR. ROBERT D OBBS MR. HAMILTON DOUGLAS, JR. MR. C. G. E ZZARD MOST REVEREND PAUL J. HALLINAN Archbishop of Atlanta MR. JOSEPH HAAS MR. AL KUETTNER DR. ROBERT E. L EE MR . ROLLAND MAXWELL Mn . F . W:PATTERSON The Honorable I van All e n , J r . Mayor o f t he Ci ty o f At l a nta City Hall At l a nt a , Ge orgia RA BB I J ACOB M. ROTHSCHILD Mn. M. 0 . "Buzz" RYAN MR. JA CK SELLS Dear Ma yor All e n : MRS. MARY STEPH ENS THE REVERE N D SA MUEL WILLIAMS MRS. ELIZA K . PASCHALL, Executive Director At the Octob e r 27th meeting of t he Comm unity Relations Commission , the following resolution was pass ed : Th at th e Community Relations Co mmiss ion commends th e Mayor and the Board of Alderme n for t he Ordinanc e prohibiting discrimination in emplo yme nt on th e part of city contractors , and that th e Commission u rges that additional provis i ons be mad e for affi r mative action to impl e me nt t he Ordinanc e , in addition to th e pre s e nt e nforceme nt provisions. Sinc e rely , ) Ii' 7, r Rm,t"'_i ~ · ( Mrs.) Eliza K. Paschall Ex ecutiv e Director EK P:c e �
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Box 7, Folder 17, Document 8

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  • Text: COMMUNITY RELATIONS COMMISSION 1203 City Hall Atlanta, Georgia Special Meeting of the Community Relations Commission, September 14, 1967, City Hall. ' Members Present: Mr. Irving K. Kaler,,, Chairman Rev. Samuel. Wi2liams, 1st Vice-Chairman Miss Helen Bullard, 2nd Vice-Chairman Mrs. Fred W. Patterson, 5 £:! c,retary Mrs. Eliza K. Paschall:, Executive Dire·c·tor·. Archbishop Paul J. Hallinan Mr. Robert Dobbs Mr. Jack Sel-ls Rabbi Jacob M. Rothchild Mr. Hamiltort~D6ugi~s, Jr. t ·'.:: Dr. Robert E. Lee · Mr. R. Byron Attridge "Mr. T. M. Alexander, . Sr. Mrs. · Sara Baker Mr. M. O. Ryan.. I Mr. James Pilcher, 'Associate Clty Attorney Ann Moses, Ex.ecutive Secretary to the Mayor Alderman John M~ Flanigen Alderman G. Everett Millican were present. Mrs. . ·:~· ....,. t Mr. Kaler opened the meeting with a statement that the Commission had called the meeting acting under the Ordinance. which authorizes the Commission to "act as conciliator"; that the Commission· had "intervened prior to the c1;isis" .~nd a~ this time was calling upon responsible persons and those "whose testimony is pertinent". He announced that members of the Board of Education had been requested to attend, and recogn i zed Mr. Tom McWhirter, Assistant School Board Attorney, Mr. McWhirter said that the 9chool Bdard was in ' session at the time ; ~ta special mee t ing called previous ly for a special personnel matter, that they regretted the breakdown in communicati on. Rev. Will iams asked about 1962 and 196 5 bond i ssues and promises to .Vine Ci ty. Archi bi s ho p H~llina ~ sai d t ha t the · t al~ abou t "do~ble ses s ion sounds "like doubl e t a lk". · Sena tor. S.. .: lls an nounced t hat he was r eques ti ng t he legis,l. a tive couns el to dra w a bill. c·alling_ for the el ection of the Atlan t a ·s _c hool s upe ri ntend.ant. The following pers on s spoke: ·r Rev. Elroy Embry: "Y es terday we went to Dr. Letson's offi ce , a sked f or a meet ing wi th the Boa r d, we r e t ol d onl y two me thods for c alling a , mee t i ng - by Pr eside nt Cook or ma jority of t he Boa r d. We asked him to c ontact memb.~ t s of the Boa rd, he s aid, he didn't know if he could con tact them. •:, ·. Boa r d , Dr. Letson need to know t hey a r e working for us . Mr. Robe rt E. Baldwin : "Took ~ight da ys t o ge t a ppoint me nt with Boa rd, kn e w t e n yea rs ago s chool s ov e rcrowded. When chiid gets off a t 12, tha t' s a half day. If I work till 12, get paid for½ day . Unl ess Bo a rd acts , thi s i s going to hurt whit e children too. Un educat ed peopl e l ead to poverty . It has helped to have thits meeting, Turner High has bf'len two week s \i&,ithout books . �Tl It Page 2 Minutes of Special Meeting, September 14, 1967i ' , ' ... Rev. Amos Holmes: "We elicit your support for our requests; during 1959-60 asked Board to face problems, urged against token assignments; this has been taking place since 1960; patience has a right to be exhausted; we want to be reasonable, but the Board demonstrates that rising radicalism might be justified. If Atlanta faces riot, could happen on this issue. ,Never. seen anything that has unified people so. Simplest thing Board c.en do is to meet". Miss Helen Bullard: Rev. Amos Holmes: "Is that the p~iority, failure of Board -to meet"? ".Not just mee;t but that is IJlOs.t · c,ru~ial ~ • . Archbishop Paul J . Hallina~: "In ~omplete agreement, this is- no time for ~elay. If we can assure .you of a meeting .tonight, is the~~ enough confidence .to withhold action"? n Rev. Amos Holmes: waited". "If we had been given assurance the other night, would have Archbishop Paul J. Hallinan: "Have asked for a meeting, a sked citizen~ to withhold taking action until Commission has exhausted all means". Rev. Amos Holmes: "Not here to put Commission between us and the Board; to see if Commission will act .!::!i!h us. Board .. should be willing to commit themselves to a certain case. Rev. Samuel Williams: Rev. Amos Holmes: "What do you really expect"? "Eve~y request could be met in 24 hours". Archbishop Pa ul J . Hallinan : Rev. Amos Holmes: "Commission has much a t stake". "A fter Dixie Hills, you reported fai_r1y". Ra bbi Jacob M. Rothschild: "What would you accept as a compromise"? Rev. Amos Holmes: "In a conference with leaders, we would respond". Mr. Robert Dobbs : "Want to speak about priorties, for mother of eight ~hildren, who goes to Buckhead and leaves he re c hildren at home to get themselves to school. Dr. Tate asked to correct this. Board knows the problem of bonding, should be leading fight to get this changed, have Board members who never visit schools". Mr. T. M. Alexander, Sr.: "Consequential damage can disrupt the whole town. When children are involved, parents are not patient; this can disrupt the community, consequenc es must rest on their shoulders~. Rev. Joe Boone: "Here representing my daughter, 79 in class, 2 teachers; have worked with Breadbasket, got Regency and others to open jobs, can 't find qualified people, people have to "limp your way in"; got to tell Letso~, Allen people not satisfied; tired of policies; no white pupils at Agnes Jones, whites at Harris Homes go to another school; Whites at Harris _Homes go to Brownp _Negroes to Washington. You all wouldn't have had this meeting without what happened at the Board meeting". �Page 3 Minutes of Special Meeting, September 14, 1967 Rev. Samuel Williams: "Commission did meet with Letson~. Mr. T. M. Alexander, Sr.: "Commission was meeting Monday night, very time of your meeting with Board, voted to meet with Board~; Mrs. Dorothy Bolden: "Have three girls at Washington High, have to leave home in the dark, not going to put my girls out in street at that hour". Rev. Howard Creecy, asked Rev. Williams to read the demands: copy attach~d Rev. Creecy: "We have been psychologically barred; want to balance the schools; we did not force our way into Letson's office". Mr. Robert Bay~es and Rev. Ward also spoke, emphasizing the point that if "we must have burdens, we (Negroes & Whites) should bear them equally". Mr. Kaler asked Mr. Attridge to r;Jti to the meeting of the School Board and ask if any member of the Board or the staff would come to the meeting, and to request a meeting with -the Board within 48 hours. Mr. Attridge returned to say that he had conveyed the request; answer was that "last evening the Board prowised the Summit-Leadership Conference an answer in two weeks; will go into Executive Session to consider points and will contact their leadership; their attorney will contact the chairman; need time to consider the points". Mr. Alexander said, "we asked not to meet to hear them restate their position, but to discuss matters with them". Archbishop Hallinan moved following resolution, which was passed: "The Community Relations Commission, appointed by the Mayor and Board of Aldermen of Atlanta and representative of the comm~nity of Atlanta is convinced that the Board of Education fails to grasp the urgency of this education situation, and again the Commission urgently requests that a meeting be held be tween the Commis-· sion, the Board of Education and the Superintendent, within 48 hours ( 5:30 p.m. Saturday, September 16) 11 • (Message was telegraphed to President of the Board Ed S. Cook immediately followin g the meeting, with copies sent to members of the Board and to Dr. Letson)". �
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Box 7, Folder 17, Document 10

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  • Text: f -'-c ~· ~ 4u_~ C-&~ October 23, 1967 Mr. LeRoy A . Woodward 834 Oakdale Road, N . E . Atlanta, Georgia 30307 Dear LeRoy: Thank you very much for your letter of October 19th which I have read very carefully. The next time you are at City Hall, drop by, as I would be ple sed to discuss it with you. Sincerely, Ivan Allen, Jr. IAJr: m �
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Box 7, Folder 17, Document 14

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  • Text: r COPY METROPOLITAN OPERA ASSOCIATION, INC. L ·INCOLN CENTER PLAZA NEW YORK, N . Y. 10023 5 October 1967 Mrs . Eliz K. Pa chall cutive Director -::..i Coumunity Relations Commie ion 1203 City Hall Atlanta, Georgia 30303 ~ Ex. Dear Mra . P schall, Mr. Bing has referred to me. your letter of th third . Mr. Bing ha be n in touch with Mr . King , Mr. Kennedy and Mayor Allen, and we re all working toward a solution of the ticket ituation. Mr. Bing a•ked me to thank you for your interest and to convey his bet wishes . Youra~ ruly, Francis Robinson FB/cf · / cc: Mayor Ivan All n, Jr. Mn. Martin Lutbar King, Jr. Mr. Alf rad Kennedy �
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Box 7, Folder 17, Document 37

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  • Text: COMMUNITY RELATI0NS COMMISSION v1rJNOTE: 1203 CITY HALL ATLANTA, GEORGIA "Tt,a City of AH cnt9 · Pcli": ;.;. D,:;p~rtment is inyestigating all of the incidents which took pl ::c·'" in th1;; Di,xitl Hills area June 17th thru June 20th." _. July 12, 1967 REPORT ON DIXIE HILLS EPISODE R OU I\ 0 A memo in the files of the Community Relations Commission, dated April 5, 1967 states "Mr. Charles Hart suggests that the Commission hold a hearing in the Northwest area immediately ~ including, Troy Street area, Dixie Hills, Almond Park, etc. He pointed out several problems in the area. On . April 19th a meeting was held at Allen A. M. E. Church, at which time 24 persons spoke, and some 15 more subffiitted written statements about needs. (On May 4th, a meeting was held a t Wilkes Chapel, in Perry Homes area} The complaints included sewers; street paving; street signs; police protection~ "In Dixie Hills Plaza"; recreation; double session schools; charges in public housing projects; rats; maintenance of apartments. The individual complaints we re referred to the appropriate departments and the Commiss ion was informe d that an e ncouraging number had bee n handle d. The ma jor ones, of inadequate resources for young people would require ma jor res our ces and programs through the City Aarks and Recreation Depart ment or thr ough t he Boa rd of Education. On May 9th , the Center Hill - Grove Park Ci vic Associati on CNAC f or the West Central EDA c enter s ubmi tted r eques t s to Committee fo r 8 s pec ific pr ograms in the gene ral area . On same groups submi t ted t o the Polic e Committee reques t s for of a Police At hletic League. a nd the the Pa r ks May 10th development The Dixie Hills ~hoppi ng Center is in area of about one block by one- half block. It is surrounded by apartment houses with little open spac e - -a parking area for about 20 cars. On the evening of Sa tu r day , J une 1 7th, a customer left the Flamingo Gril l a t a bout 9:15 P. M. and wa s s tandi ng on a c orner in the pl aza. [He was drinki ng beer .] Accor ding to him, Eddie Wil kin s , who~wes. t hw one arrest3rl.: " I was standi ng on t he corner , had a c an of beer a nd I'm ol d enough, I'm over 21 ; then t hree securit y policemen f rom the Flami ngo Grill, cam3 up a nd t ol d me to move on. He's got. a grudge against me; the sec urity guards said 'You c an 't s tan d here on the corner ' I sai d ' Why?' The~ he pushed me . ( The security gua rd } Then we starte d t o f ight. And tt-: c.-. the city police came . " Ed -:! ~e \rJilkins' sister, Georgia Wilkins, was arrested later. He :-.· \:e:;-, ,.~. 1 ":!Jetec tive J. ~J. Bailey pulled me over and tried to ha11dr_· ...'. 1· + · :... . He · .aDped me and I s tarte d to fight back. My Daddy told me t~ i - ~ pn ~i ~~ ~a ka me on in and he would get me out. They put a b~ i •. tu~1,< ·o; JJ'L br ass knuc kles, beat the boy ans t hen started bea-!;·l.: i~ .~ :: ·. ··: ;;: ~s t r-1,,.:;;:,; ~ a nd bac k. I asked why they were arr esting and hi t t .:.,1; ;,.:.. : :1 :::1 NAgro of fic e r told me t o s hut up ! He said he ha d a rrested ;na ·f or l:c:d langu~ ge . I s aid they should a rrest eve r ybody t hen. I kept quiet so they would ' nt - beat me. " Wr.:i 'f • �Page # 2 Report on Dixie Hills Episode During this period, a crowd gathered and some protested the arrests. Another man was also arrested. A police officer said Miss Wilkins was hitting at them with her pocketbook and cursing. She was arrested on charges of an assualt on an officer, using obscene and vulgar language. Her brother was arrested on a miscellaneous mischief charge. The third person, Joseph Kendrick of Proctor Street, was char ved with interfering with an officer. They claim to have been beaten by the police in the car. The crowd gathered. The police officer denied the charges against him, saying that they were fighting and protesting. There were no disturbances on Saturday night and no police cars in the area. The incidents in the Dixie Hills area were sparked off as a result of the fight with the security guards on Saturday. On Sunday afternoon Stokley Carmichael and his SNCC companions were in the neighborhood. After a swimmin g trip at Mozley Park, they were arrested for loitering. It was reported by Howard Watson, a resident of the Dixie Hills area, there were about 4 police ca r s patroling. He held a meeting at St. Joseph's Church on Verbena Street, N. W., with some residents of the ~om~unity to decide whether they should pick et the shopping plaza. The meeting was held at 3:00 P. ~1 . , shortly after Stokley Carmichael's arrest. There were no incidents Sunday night. Monday afternoon, a young man was shot by a police officer. The incident was diecrib ed by an eyewitness as follows: "Somebody threw a brick in the shopping center and hit the window to a store, the burglar ala rm went off. A boy (the one who was shot) picked up a stick and started beating on the alarm to try to make it stop, as they had seen policemen do. The police drove up, on e man got out of the car and came o ver to the boy and told him to stop. The boy didn't stop. When the boy continued beating, the policeman demanded again that he stop. When the boy continued beating, the policeman pushed him. The bo~ 's friend sug ges ted that he defend himself. Th e n the boy retaliated by pushing the policeman back. They started to stuffle. The boy pushed the policen,an against his car and backed a way from him. The policeman pulled out his pistol and shot the boy." Marion Ward, 31 Shirley Place, gave this account of what happened Tues. night. He said : "The Police Department got nasty with us last night after people got shot . We tried to get police officers to help us out, he told us to wait, we should have been in the house, to wait, they would get to us when they could----- Fellow was dead, little boy would have died --told me to pick fellow up and bring him to him --- fellow was already dead --- the fellow I went to was the person who did the shooting. Police were scared to death, had shotguns . Fellow who threw firebomb was no where near us. Lady said 'We better go in the house' when firebomb was thrown, tried to get in the same door. I would know police officer who shot --- got a good look at him in light of bomb". �Page # 3 Report on Dixie Hills Episode The observations of Reginald Carter after Dixie Hills Rioting. (Community Relations Staff) I arri ved into the are a a bo ut 9:15 A. M., Tuesday, June 20th at Verbena Street at the EDA West Cen tral Neighborhood Service Center. I saw the bulldozers and tractors u f the City of Atlant a grading ground to be used for a play lot. The street cleaners we re clearing the streets. The sewers wer ~ being cleaned out and ma ny of the city officials were in the a rea giving directions a nd making pla ns about what is to be done next about play lots. The area was without incident. Later on in the evening, 10:15 P. M. , when I arrived back into the area, policemen were fully armed. I had heard that four (4) people were shot, one fatally. The area was high in tension and several shots were fired periodically. I went to Grady Hospital in an effort to get a n official report of the incident and possibly to talk to some of the injured. I was only able to g e t a story of what happened from a news reporter. She reported: "A Mr. Timothy Ross ~-Jas fat a lly shot while sitting on a step at his home; Marion Ward was shot between the eyes, his injury was not serious; Catherine Duncan was shot in the hand while in her apartment. The shooting re s ulted from a kid who thre w. 8 fire bomb at a po liceman. The policeman got excited and sta rted shooting". Reginald Rivers, age nine (9) was shot in the side. I r e turned to the area of Dixie Hills an d heard that the Mayor had been th ere f u r a short while. I listened while Reverend Boone, Rush Con gregatio nal Church, Rev e rend J, C. Wa r d, Hunt er Hill Baptist Church, Ben Perry, WAOK, and Douglas J ac kson who was shot by the police on the evening before, was interviewed about the shooting of the afternoon. I left the area about 12:15 A. M. , there were no further incidents. Wed nesd a y mornin g: Ma yor Allen rend eied a 9 P . M. ~ A. M. curfew und er powers granted to him on Monday, a nd request e d t h e Community Relatio ns Commission's Execu tiv e Committee to hold a meeting to h ear fro~ residents of the area --- notes attached: Upon r e commendation of the local leaders and the Community Relations Commission the Mayor extend ed the curfew to midnig ht . Was hingt on a nd Anderson Par ks are progressing. Meetings of residents with a partment ma na gers a nd store managers in th e riot area ha v e resulted in ag reeme nts for better maint e nan ce ser v ic e in the apartments and better quality goods i n the s tores . The Re ve rends Boone and J. C. Uard were ve ry interested in th is. At its meeting on Friday, June 23 , 1967 the Commu nity Relations Commission adopted resolutions: 1. Ur g ing the Reta il Food Deale rs Association to adopt membership qualifications and to dicipline its members . 2. Requesting an immediate surve y of Recreation resources . ,_.:·. ·. : . . ·-~r �1-- Page f/4 Report on Dixie Hills Episede 3. Asking the Community Council to convene a city-wide meeting for long-term plans for recreation, and 4. A resolution addressed to the Mayor and Board of Aldermen, the text of which is attached. Minutes of the Hearing held by the Commission on Wednesday afternoon, are attached and copy of requests from Citizens Groups to Parks and Recreation Committee on May 9th and Police Committee on May 10th. Disposition of Cases. as of Julv 21, 1967: Miss Georqia Wilkins: In Municipal Court, fined $17 for resisting arrest; i lS for profane language; bound over to ·county Court on charge of assault and battery. Mr. Eddie Wilkins: In Municipal Court, charge of vulga r language, dismissed; bound over to County Court on charges of assualt and battery an d malisciou s mischief. Mr. Joseph Hendricks: In Municipal Court, for interferring with arrest, fined $25, or i lS and time,suspended; charge of profane language dismissed; bound over on charge of assa ult and battery . The cases have not been set f or trial in County cour t; probably in September . �
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Box 7, Folder 17, Document 40

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  • Text: ESTA BLISHED BY THE MAYOR AND THE BOA RD OF ALDERMEN, NOVEMBER, 1988 1203 CITY H A LL, A TLANTA GEORGIA 30303 MR. IRVING K . KALER, TELEPHONE 5U -U63 EXT. 433 Chairman T HE H ONORABLE S AM MASSELL, JR ., Ex-Officio July 17, 1967 (Dictated July 15, 1967) President, Board of A ldermen COMMISSION MEMBERS MR. T . M . ALEXANDER, S R. MR. R. BYRON ATTRIDGE MRS. SARA BAKER MISS HELEN B ULLARD M R. R . J. B UTLER MR. ROBERT D OBBS MR. HAM ILTON D OUGLAS, JR, MR. C. G. E ZZARD MOST R EVEREND P AUL J . H ALLINAN Archbishop of Atlanta MR. JOSEPH HAAS MR. AL KUETTNER D R. ROBERT E. L EE MR . ROLLAND MAXWELL MR. F. W.' PATTERS ON R ABBI JACOB M. ROTHSCHILD Mrs. Eliza K. Paschall Ex ecutive Director Community Relations Commission 1203 City Hall Atlanta, Georgia 30303 MR . M. 0 . "Buzz" RYAN MR. JACK SELLS MRS. MARY STEPHENS T HE REVEREN D SAMUEL WILLIAMS K. p ASCHALL, Executive Director MRS. ELIZA Dear Eliza: Please note the attached correspondence from the Mayor's Office. It is quite clear that he wants us to send the letter of appreciation. I concur that this should be done promptly and , therefore, would appreciate your sending a letter of appreciation over my signature as Chairman to Reverend C. E. Maddox. Yoc;:_:_~nc:rel:, / {_~ I r ving K. Kaler Chair man IKK:rjg Enclosur es �
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Box 7, Folder 17, Document 51

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  • Text: OMMUNITY RELATIONS COMMISSION ESTABLISHED BY THE MAYOR AND THE BOARD OF ALDERMEN, NOVEMBER, 1966 1£03 CITY HALL, ATLANTA GEORGIA 90303 Jun 29. 1967 group inc (j x k Ill e on li J~~ n v l , J~. TELEPHONE 5U-4,f63 EXT. 433 b ur ly• ,. ) Elize I< . u iv ir ctor d to d v lop �
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Box 7, Folder 17, Document 53

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  • Text: ESTABLISHED BY Tl-IE MAYOR AND Tl-IE BOARD OF ALDERMEN, NOVEMBER, 1988 1103 CITY 1-IALL, ATLANTA GEORGIA 30303 MR. IRVING K. KALER, TELEPHONE 5U-H63 EXT. -'33 Chairman THE HONORABLE SAM MA SS ELL, JR., Ez-0.iicio President, Board of Aldermen June 2B, 1967 COMIIIISSION JIIEIIIBERS ?t!R. T. M. ALEXANDER, SR. MR. R. BYRON ATTRIDGE MRS . SARA BAKER MISS HELE N BULLARD MR. R. J . BUTLER MR. ROBERT DOBBS MR. HAMILTON DOUGLAS, JR. MR. C. G. EZZARD MOST REVEREND PAUL J. HALLINAN Archbishop of Atlanta MR. JOSEPH HAAS MR. AL KUETr NER DR. ROBERT E. LEE MR. ROLLAND MAXWELL MR. F. W : PATTERSO N TO: THE MAYOR AND BOARD OF ALDERMEN FROM: THE CO MM UNITY RELATIONS COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA RABBI JACOB JI!. ROTH S CHILD MR. M. 0. "Buzz" RYAN MR. JACK SELLS MRS . MARY STEPHENS THE R EVEREND SAMUEL WILLIAMS MRs. ELIZA K. PASCHALL, Ezecutiv e Director The Commission, by unanimous vote, wishes to recommend to the Mayor and Board of Aldermen that contracts of the City include an equal employment opportunity clause, and that grants of money from the City include an equal employment opportunity clause, and further, that the proper administra t ive set-up for implementing it be provided. Adopted at the regular mon t hl y meeting of the Community Relations Commission, June 23, 1967, Committee Room #2, City Hall, Atlanta, Georgia . . ~- �
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Box 7, Folder 18, Document 3

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  • Text: {' I I I Jua 8, 1967 I Mr. Irvi ac K. Kaler, 1 Ch irma , Commuaity R l atio ~a , Commi io•, , F ultoa Nat io aal . B~ak Blig ., Atlaa t · , Ga . 39303. City of At-•ata, Dear Irvi ac , / I hav a ce pt the S ai or pub l i h • i • Loe A•I 1 ~ , ••• I oat a uri ac the ummer . Thi a, for me to r e • i c• •• • m mb er of Co i .i i oa . E«i tor ahi p of Pac M:a,:azi• , will b movia, to th w t of our • , mi it e e ea ry th Commua ity R l tio a Whi.• i will be e v e r a l we e k b efore I t hi move, I amt aeri nc my re ai g aat ioa t thi• tim , to b ur , ao that you may b fr e to ace pt•• at your pl hooee a r plac eat h •you•• fit. Th •hort • a ociatio• · I hav e ha• with him Com. i••ioa leave . 1th v ry hich hop•• that it will be aucceaaf ul i a aolviac aom• of t h ba cie pr oblem• i• thi• oity. I hav e •• v r • • • a c roup of psop!e -- all of th~m buey at maay t aaka - · o 4 vot i to t h purpoa •••'work of•• c aoy •• ~r• t h momber of thi• bo«y . I hav e al ob•• •xtr m ly impre••• • with th of leaa er ahip y o u h v x rte •• chair maa. uality ith thie r luotaat r eicaatio• co y pr aysr beat wi•h• fo t hia work ao •obly b•cua. a 81• erely, c : Th• Boa . Ivaa All• �
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Box 7, Folder 18, Document 6

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  • Text: June 12, 1967 Mrs. Eliza K. Paschall Executive Director Community Relations Commission 1203 City Hall Atlanta, Georgia 30303 Dea.r Mrs . Paschall: This is to acknowledge receipt of your letter of June 7, 1967. Th.e meeting you referred to on the morning of Jun 6th w a me ting call d for th h ads of the vaJ"iou op r ting departments of the City Government. It has never been our pr ctice to include th x cutive director of th variou gove,:nment agencies uch as Civil Def n e, Metropolitan Planning Commie ion, the Atlanta Youth Councii, etc. - t th m etings. How v r, they re not closed me ting _ , nd w · would b happy to _ v you ttend future meeting if you o desir • I am sur th.at Mr. Collier Gladin, h ad o! the Pl nning D rtm nt, wUl be happy to furnish you with ny nd . 11 inform tion submitt d to th d rtm nt bead at th m ting on June 6th. Sine r · 1y your , R. E rl Land t Admini tr tiv .Aa i tant REL:lp CC: Mr. Irving Kaler �
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Box 7, Folder 18, Document 10

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  • Text: I . L ! r 1------j; ·.Senio1· Stenographer I B 1lannin;;;j C oor0.fr1a tor Community R elations C:001·dinator !· .. H:.::;teuoerapher 3tenographe1· -t Steno 0 raJ?her ·1 -Supportin 0 :,.=>hysical Planninc .)ll loan from partici2 ation acenci~s Suppa rtirq Gocio-economic i:::>lanni·11~ :::itaff on loan fron'l 1)articipating a[encies Neichborhooci Involvement S 1)ecialist,s ( 4) . . 3up.i::,ortinL Community Development Aides (12) PROPOSED ORGANIZATivN - i',~lDEL NEIGHDORHOC·D PROJECT STAFF CITY CF 11 TLANTA, GEORGIA - �
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Box 7, Folder 18, Document 16

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  • Text: ~ ~ ,----,--- 7 fQR lO_UR lNFORMATION OFFICE OF CITY OF ATLANTA GEORGIA A RESOLITTION BY: ALDERMEN HILLIAMSON, COOK, COTSAKIS, FREEMAN, LEFTHICH AND SUNNERS WHEREAS, investigation and survey of various areas of the City of Atlanta show that many of said areas are . substandard and lacking in certain essential facilities, many of which are provided and furnished by the City of Atlanta. and WHEREAS, it is the desire and goal of the City of Atlanta to see that all areas of the City are furnished standard service and facilities which are under the supervision and control of the City of Atlanta, NOU, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Hayor and Board of Aldermen of the City of Atlanta, as follows: 1. That the President of the Board of Aldermen appoint a committee of the members of the Board of Aldermen to be composed of the chairmen of the following committees: Finance, Parks, Police, Public Uorks I, Public Harks II, Urban Renet,.ral Policy e.nd Zoning to work in cooperation with a committee to be selected and designated by the Atlanta Sununit Conference. 2. That said committee shall visit and survey the services and facilities which are furnished in the areas of the City known as Blue Heaven, Vine City, Nechanicsville, Summer Hill, Cabbage Town and such other areas as may be determined by the committee and' to m2.ke recommendations to the Mayor and Board of Aldermen for the furnishing of _necess.:i:t:, services and facilities within the control of the City of Atlanta which t·1 ill standardize the services furnished in the above-mentioned areas with all other areas of the City of Atlanta. �-2- 3. That said committee further be authorized to formul ate and present recommendations to the Board of Aldermen for the membership and formation of a Human Relations Commission for the City of Atlanta together with an estimcted financial statement as to the required sum of money to commence the operation of a Human Relations Commission for the City of Atlanta as soon as funds can be made available, but not later than January 1, 1967. ADOPTED BY BOARD OF ALDERHEU August 1, 1955 APPROVED August 3, 1966 r"\ . X~\-~ A True Copy, Clerk o f ~ Aldermen ./ �
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Box 7, Folder 18, Document 21

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  • Text: MU 1IT~ R lL TKO ESTABLISHED BY THE MA YOR AND THE B OARD OF ALDERMEN, NOVEMBER, 1DCC 1!!0S Chairman THE HONORA BLE SAM MASSELL, JR., Ea:-Offioio Prcaidcn t, Board of Aldermen CITY H A LL, ATLANT,1 GEORGIA sosoa TELEPHONE 52!!•4-+CS EXT. 499 MR . I RV I NG K . KALER , COMMISSION ll!Ell!BERS MR . MECHANI CSV ILLE - PITTSBURGH'. AR.!!.A S MEETING, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 5, 1967 at ZION HILL BAPTI ST CHURCH, 666 Mc DANIEL ST. T . M. ALEXANDER, Sn. MR. R . BYRON ATTRID GE: Miss Helen Bullar d, Chairman, c alle d the mee ting to order at 7 : 45 P . L F o rty-s even attendance c ard s were retur ned. Members present: MRS. SARA BAKER Miss H ELE N BULLARD Mn. R. J. BUTLER MR . ROBERT Donas .'11R. HA)!ILTON DOUGLAS, J R, MR. C. G. EZZARD Mr . Roll and Maxw ell Dr . Sam Willi ams Rabb i J a cob Roths child Mr . Cl arence G. Ezzard Mrs . Eliza C. Paschall , Ex ecutive Director l\IosT REVERE:-D PAUL J . HALLINAN A. rchbi.sl,op of Atlanta MR. J OSEPH HAAS l\fn. A L KUETTNER DR. ROBERT E. L EE ?11R. ROLLAND MAXWELL ?11R. F. W."PATTERSON RABBI JA COB M. ROTHSCHILD MR . llf. 0. " Buzz " RYA N Observers: MR . JACK S ELLS MRS. M:ARY S TEPHE~ S T HE REVERE:
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