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Box 18, Folder 20, Document 35

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  • Text: c July 21, 1965 The Mayor's City Job Opportunities Committee convened at 2:00 pe me Wednesday, July 21, 1965, in Committee Room No. 2, . City Hall. The following were present: John A. White, Chairman C. D. Coleman S. W. Graydon Q. Vs. Williamson Carl T. Sutherland After calling the meeting to order, John A, White asked if anyone knew of any discrimination anywhere. Mr. Q. Ve Williamson said that he had heard some complaints from citizens who feel that negroes are not getting a fair chance to obtain employment in “white collar" jobs. Mr. Graydon explained that the "white collar" jobs have to be filled by promotion, Mr. Sutherland | continued by saying that filling jobs by promotion can be a dis- advantage because sometimes people who barely meet the require- ments have to be hired. Mr. Sutherland also explained the system of filling jobs by promotion. He stated that when a job is open | | in a department, if any one person in that departmentwqualifies.,..- amc he has to be promoted. If no one qualifies.in the department in which the vacancy occurs, then any person in the City government who qualifies is eligible for promotion. The head of the depart- ment in which the vacancy occurs has a choice of three in City-wide eS promotionals, If there are only one or two who qualify, he may. request that the job be filled by open-competitive examination. Mr. Coleman asked if the promotional system of filling jobs was a law of the Personnel Board, Mr. Graydon answered by saying that it was an act of the legislature, He stated that he and Carl Sutherland opposed the approval of the act, but the legis— lature adopted it. Following the discussion of the City's promotional system, C. D. Coleman said that he would like to mention the fact that about half of the negroes who apply for jobs other than Laborer do not pass the examinations. Coleman suggested that a training program be set up to help more negroes pass examinations. Mr, White agreed that a training program would be beneficial to negroes. He appointed Carl Sutherland and C. D. Coleman to work together on setting up a training program. He also approved the suggestion of Mr. Coleman that a negro be hired to go into the colored schools to recruit negroes for City employment, Carl Stitherland read a list which included statistics of employment by the City of Atlanta from October 5, 1964, through June 30, 1965. After hearing the figures quoted in this list (a copy of which is attached and made a part of these minutes) the : t 7 f : members of the Committee agreed that good progress is being made in providing equal opportunities for negroes for employment with the City of Atlanta. A suggestion was made by C. D. Coleman that Mr. Paul weir be asked to present a report concerning the progress made in the Water Department in providing equal opportunities for employment for both white and colored. The Chairman and mem- bers of the Committee concurred that Mr. Coleman's suggestion was a good one and that Mr. Weir would be included at the next meeting. | There being no further business, the meeting was adjourned. Respectfully submitted, Qa CARL i seeretany lL Attachment
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Box 18, Folder 20, Document 33

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  • Text: I, If. III. INFORMATION CONCERNING THE PERSONNEL OPERATION FROM JANUARY 1, 1965 THROUGH MARCH 26, 1965 A. LABORER Applications Recefved 530 B. BUILDING CUSTODIAN Applications Received 582 Tested 256 582 Applications Received 256 Tested eoveeeeeeeoeeeeeeeeepeeer eee eereeeee oe 43.99% 326 Have not reported for written exam ...+.o+_56,01% 100.00% A. APPLICATIONS RECEIVED (Excluding Laborer, Building Custodian and Promotional Examinations) 1,918 White Lever Colored 3,645 Total B, APPLICANTS TESTED 1,307 White 952 Colored 25259 Total Many people who apply for a position do not report for the examination, The following figures show the percentage for both white and colored not reporting. COLORED 1,727 Colored Applic:.tions Received -952 Colored Applicants Tested ecesveceee 55012% 775 Colored Applicants have not reported for Written. OXAM. sessseccestsecoeess 44.88% 100, 00% 1-1-65 ~ 3-26-65 (Continued) Page 2 WHI 3 1,918 White Applications Received -l, 307 White Applicants Tested . eeareecoacenn 68 14% 611 White Applicants have not reported for written exam cecccsecrvevrvcsecece 31.86% | ; 100,00% IV. EXAMINATION STATISTICS A. All Persons Taking Written Exams 2,259 Total -873 Passed - 38.65% 1,386 Failed - 61.35% 100.00% B. All Persons Passing Written Exams 873 Total -206 Colored - 23.60% 667 White - 76.40% 100.00% C. All Persons Failing Written Exams 1,386 Total -746 Colored = 53.82% 100,00% D. All Colored Taking Written Exams 952 Total =206 Passed = 21.64% 746 Failed =- 78.36% 100.00% 1-1-65 = 3-26-65 (Continued) Page 3 BE. All White Taking Written Exams 1,307 Total -667° Passed - 51.03% 640 Failede - _48.97% 100,00% ww: V. COMPARISON DATA: This information will be on the basis of average per working day. This excludes Laborer, Building Custo- dian and Promotional Exams. 11-65 through 3-26-65 (60 Days) TOTAL AVERAGE Applications Received 3,645 61 Applicants Tested 2,259 38 ’ Passed 873 15 Failed 1,387 23
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Box 18, Folder 20, Document 24

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  • Text: May 17, 1967 Hon, Milton G. Farris Chairman City Job Opportunities Committee PP. O. Box 7245, Station C Atlanta, Georgia Dear Milton: Iam attaching a copy of the requests made by the Atlanta Summit Leadership Conference. They were not familiar with the fact that you have been appointed as Chairman of the City Job Opportunities Committee. I would recommend that you call a meeting of this committee at an early date to receive the latest report of the Personnel Department, and look into any other matters that might be brought before the committee at that time. Sincerely, Ivan Allen, Jr. IAJr:am Enclosures be: Jesse Hill
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Box 18, Folder 20, Document 30

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  • Text: EMPLOYMENT BY CITY OF ATLANTA JULY 1, 1965 through SEPTEMBER 2h, 1965 TOTAL NUMBER OF APPOINTMENTS: | WHITE: 245 TT NEGRO: 338 3 a TOTAL NUMBER OF APPOINTMENTS TO CLASSES OF LABORER, BUILDING CUSTODIAN, WASTE COLLECTOR, PORTER, BUILDING CLEANER, AND CADDY MASTERs WHITE: 32 NEGRO: 301 ~ é SIX NEGROES WERE EMPLOYED IN SIX CLASSES WHICH UNTIL JULY 1, 1965, q ) JS INCLUDED ONLY WHITE JOB OCCUPANTS, THESE CLASSES ARE: CLERK II, CLERK III, GENERAL MAINTENANCE MECHANIC I, IDENTIFICATION AIDE I, KEY PUNCH OPERATOR, AND WATER SERVICE INSPECTOR.
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Box 18, Folder 20, Document 8

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  • Text: May 17, 1967 Miss Mary Louise Rheay Acting Director . Atlanta Public Library Atlanta, Georgia Dear Miss Rheay: The Atlanta Summit Leadership Conference met with me last week and made the attached representations and requests. Iam calling your attention to the specific request in paragraph I-C, Sincerely, Ivan Allen, Jr. IAJr:am Enclosures be: Jesse Hill
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Box 18, Folder 20, Document 21

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  • Text: DECEMBER 26, 1963 Total number of employees exclusive of Board of Education: White Colored +. Botal 3861 1514=28,.17% 5375 Board of Education under Civil Sexvice 358 371 729 Totals: 4219 18S5=30.87% . 6LO4 KORO) vera) [xrro! eID oper eoryr Cony wey wr pee noe
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Box 18, Folder 20, Document 2

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Box 18, Folder 20, Document 36

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  • Text: | News Release —— IVAN ALLEN, JR. Mayor of Atlanta Mrs. Ann Drummond For further information call — Ja 2- 4463 Executive Secretary February 15, 1965 For Immediate Release Alderman John A. White, Chairman of the City Job Opportunities Committee, has released a report pointing up progress in the effort to hire qualified Negroes for city jobs. At the close of 1964, there were 483 Negroes employed in 52 classes of employment, as compared to 337 employed in 36 classes at the close of 1963, These classes cover jobs above the level of porter, laborer or custodian. Significant in this report is the increase in several classes of employ- ment including: Building Mechanic I, from 15 to 20; Building Mechanic II, from 4 to 7; Equipment Operator I, from 4 to 28; Water Pollution Control Officer I, from 4 to 10; Water Works Mechanic, from none to 4; Typist-Clerk II, from 1to 9; Fireman, from 18 to 36; Police Patrolman, from 39 to 47, and Police Detective, from 7 to 10. Alderman White, in concluding this report to Mayor Ivan Allen, Jr., who appointed the committee in October, 1963, stated: "We are pleased to report the progress of the City Job Opportunities Committee in eliminating discrimination in hiring of city employees. Just as Atlanta has led th way in eliminating other areas of discrimination, so we are setting the pace in providing job opportunities solely on the basis of ability to handle the job."'
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Box 18, Folder 20, Document 40

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  • Text: News Release —— IVAN ALLEN, Jr. Mayor of Atlanta Mrs. Ann Drummond For further information call — Ja 2- 4463 Executive Secretary For Use Tuesday, October 29, 1963 STATEMENT BY IVAN ALLEN, JR, Ihave appointed a committee of city officials and Negro leaders in order to study job opportunities and recommend new areas of city employment. Iam asking this City Job Opportunities Committee to work with the Personnel Board, the Personnel Director and all City Department Heads in seeking employment for Negroes who qualify for City jobs through the Personnel Department, This Committee is to report to me periodically. Members of the Board of Aldermen are invited to consult with the Committee and to cooperate with it in seeking solutions to a problem which concerns our City government, The following people named below have been appointed to this committee: John A, White, Chairman R. A. Nixon Cc. E, Coleman Stafford W. Graydon A. T, Walden Q. V. Williamson Carl T. Sutherland - 30 -
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Box 18, Folder 20, Document 19

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  • Text: fhe Fenorable ivan A Mayor City of Atlante The Atlenta Summit Lo2cc2°° “> Tonference, A Coordinating Coalition of Atianta Grganizetions and Community Leadership. Primary Sponsors: NAACP, Operation Breadbasket, Atlanta Negro Voters League, All-Citizens Registration Committee and ACCA. Summit Co-Chairmen:. Jesse Hill, Jr., Rev. S. W. Willi- ams and Alderman Q. V. Williamson. Subject: State of Our City and the Negro Community, special requests and concerns. Presented by Special City Affairs Committee. Our Committee is here to reaffirm its interest and confidence in the future of Atlanta and to express our desire to share in the responsi- bility of its continued growth and greatness. It is our desire and intention to share at all levels and in all areas. This morning we wish to make the following requests and express concerns indicated: / Te Special Requests - | . | ee A. ‘The appointment of a Negro to Deputy Staff level in the Personnel Dept., under General Sutherland, and the hiring of a Negro Recruiter. ~ B. An Equal Employment Opportunity clause with in enforcement © . provisions in all City Purchasing Contracts. i ee - ©. The immediate desegregation of the Main Library staff and . the desegregation and merit promotion of personnel in branch staffs. D. The hiring of Negro Housing Inspectors. E.. The hiring of Negro Judges in the. Traffic“and Municipal - Courts not as Ad Hoc Judges but regular Judgeship status. F. The Installation of an Information Desk in lobby of. City Hall. G. The revival of the City's Equal Employment Opportunity ‘Committee, formerly headed by the late Alderman John A. White, and included the late Attorney A. us Walden and Clarence Coleman. H. Second Request for a list and description including “purpose and top staff of all federal funded or assisted programs of the City of Atlanta. This request was made many. months ago shortly after Mr. Dan Sweat was named to his current position. . é 11. Housing Urban Renewal, Model Cities - Our Community and our City Government are on a "collision— course" {n Urban Renewal, Housing the proposed Model.Cities Program. We have already informed: you of our endorsement of our community position on Housing as setforth by i NAACP through President A. M. Davis. + aliens a She 2 Peeps * a, . = ant a ae xiRO) - "ERO {x Ro! eory _ CON a Pory 3 i 7 ——4 Aedt hid oulx | on ee ‘May 10, 1967 et = Th soar te -receiving public accommodation insults in our city.’ “reference. He had no knowledge that this item would be included, bel ios i ee ha agae Oui | OUax! eee - " tine 8 i The Atlanta Summit Leadership Conference Mayor Ivan Allen, Jr Page 2 ot + . . . mse t stots as ete I aol at oa ey ee i woaneet t . a . » @ We take this opportunity to inform you of our endorsement of the proposals submitted by Rep. John Hood on "Model Cities" including - immediate action for changes. in the Executive Board. We also request that the Planning Fund Request, Technical Advisory Board be revised to include our suggestion for Negro experts to be included (plus other job categories). Urban Renewal . The Negro Community has seen Urban’ Renewal too often implemented as "Negro Removal". We also see it as business and sizable financial transactions, where representatives of our race have been excluded ‘from major financial transactions, a crucial item that could along with other ills in Model Cities, and Housing cause Atlanta to lose the Negro Community support of all Federal HUD Programs, a strong united complaint from our community to HUD Secretary Robert Weaver requesting a halt in HUD funds for Atlanta. ms The crucial case in point is the Rockdale Project. (Alderman . Williamson will explain our »osition) where a Negro church, Union Baptist is the sponsor, a Negro architect and Negro agents are pri- ‘marily involved. Iii. In view of the evils and discrimination uncovered by Alderman Williamson recently in the City Construction Department, we request a * survey or investigation of all city departments. The investigating staff should include representatives of the Equal Employment Opportu- nities Committee and the City Human Relations Commission. _. We also request a summary report of involvement. of Negroes in. the City Government (staff and policy) and a summary report of the status of compliance of Atlanta with the Civil Rights Law. Negroes are still IV. " ” ‘Park Facilities We request a Crash Program to correct the many years of discri- mination in the location of park facilities and the quality of park facilities and golf courses in our city. Vv. Status of Alderman Q. V. Williamson ; 8 “+ .. We'wish to apologize to Alderman Williamson for: this personal pee prep mes opp SST ae pen eee aan re eh Sanaa gil eae Ee eee Ss ae ‘The. ‘Blanks: Summit Leadership Conference” — Mayor Ivan Allen, Jr Page 3 May 10, 1967. abn However, we note that you have appointed every one in his tenure class or older to charimanships of committees but him. In the case of Hugh Pierce he has a chairmanship and a vice chairmanship. Mr. Williamson has neither a chairmanship nor a vice chairmanship. We suggest that he be considered as chairman of the Equal Employment Op- - portunity Committee to succeed the late John White as a beginning to correct this situation. . »
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Box 18, Folder 20, Document 29

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  • Text: ‘o ' ' ote July 21, 1965 | yee The Mavor'’s City Job Opportunities Committee convened ac 2:00 pe m. Wedneedayv, July 21, 1965, in Committee Room No, 2; : City Hall. The following were present: , John A. White, Chairman Cc. D. Coleman S. W. Graydon Q. V. Williamson Carl T,. Sutherland 3 After calling the meeting to order, John A, White asked 1L£ anyone knew of any discrimination anywhere, Mr. Q-. Ve Williamson said that he had heard some complaints from citizens who feel. that negroes are not getting a fair chance to obtain employment in “white coliar™ jobs. Mr. Graydon explained that the seatbpectente “white collar” jobs have to be filled by promotion. Mr. Sutherland continued by saying that filling jobs by promotion can be a dis- ‘ advantage because sometimes people who barely meet the require- ments have to be hired. Mr. Sut:erland also explained the system * a cLlling jobs by promotion. He stated that when a job is open 4 of b in a department, if any one person in that department—qualifies, he has to be promoted. If no one qualifies-in the department in <= 4 which the vacancy occurs, then any person in the City government cI ; i 4 i 4 4 * * who qualifies is eligible for promotion. The head of the depar. - ment in which the vacancy occurs has a choice of three in City-wide fu promotionals. Ii there are only one or two wno qualify, he may . eff * = . xequest that the job be filled by open-competitive examination. Mr. Coleman askea if the promotional system of filling jobs was a law of the Personnel Board, Mr. Graydon answered by saying get that it was an act of the legislature. He stated that he and Carl Sutherland opposed the approval of the act, but the legis— lature adopted it, Following the discussion of the City's promotional system, C. DBD. Coleman said that he would like to mention the fact that about halt of the negroes who apply for jobs other than Laborer do not pass the examinations. Coleman suggested that a training program be set up to help more negroes pass examinations. Mx. White agreed that a training program would be beneficial to negroes. He appointed Carl Sutherland and C. D. Coleman to work together on setting up a training program. He also approved the a suggestion of Mr. Coleman that a negro be hired to go into the colored schools to recruit negroes for City employment. Carl. Sutherland read a list which included statistics of employment by the City of Atlanta from October 5, 1964, through gene June 30, 1965. After hearing the figures quoted in this list (a copy of which is attached and made a part of these minutes) the ‘ = ace Boog a os members of the Committee agreed that good progress is being made. in providing equal opportunities for negroes for employment with te iP iter le ne ey ene City OL ALLANTCa. A suggestion was made by C. D. Coleman that Mr. Paul =! “| oO b- RK. v' @ fy o @ o cr Oo Ky @o Ww oO ry ti pu K eport concerning the progress made in che Water Department in providing equal oportunities for employment for both white and colored. The Chairman and mem-' bers of the Comuittee concurred that Mr. Coleman's suggestion was a good one and that Mr. Weir would be included at tre next . meeting. There being no further business, the meetin7y was Respectfully submitted, z 7 fo enh . , 2 3 < [y LS, ¢ Yh, best ? a oe a Ne eet \ ow omer =! ee CALI T. SUTHERLA:D . Secretary 1. Attachment
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Box 18, Folder 20, Document 26

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  • Text: 5/12/67 NEGROES ARE EMPLOYED IN THE CLASSIFICATIONS LISTED BELOW / Negroes Total Positions Employed AIRFIELD MAINTENANCE MECHANIC I 6 5 AIRFIELD MAINTENANCE MECHANIC II 10 2 ATRPORT PATROLMAN 20 1 AUDIO-VISUAL TECHNICIAN I 2 1 AUDIO-VISUAL TECHNICIAN II 5 1 AUDITORIUM UTILITY WORKER I 10 10 AUDITORIUM UTILITY WORKER II 5 5 AUTOMOTIVE MECHANIC Lz 3 AUTOMOTIVE SERVICEMAN I 34 19 AUTOMCTIVE SERVICEMAN II 17 3 BOOKMOBILE OPERATOR 3 1 BRIDGE WORKER 13 3 BUILDING CLEANER 18 16 BUILDING CUSTODIAN k "he CARPENTER Ay 2 CASHIER I 8 - 41 CLERK he h COMMUNITY CENTER DIRECTOR 3h T COMMUNITY RECREATION LEADER Th 38 CORRECTION OFFICER I 32 4 CUSTODIAL ATTENDENT 3 3 CUSTODIAL WORKER hy 35 DUPLICATING MACHINE OPERATOR I 8 h EQUIPMENT OPERATOR I 23h 61 EQUIPMENT OPERATOR II 86 13 FIRE APPARATUS OPERATOR 177 3 FIREMAN k55 ico GENERAL MAINTENANCE MECHANIC I 32 h GOLF STARTER 8 1 GUARD 10 1 HEAVY EQUIPMENT MECHANIC 14 1 HOUSING CODE INSPECTOR I 25 2 INCINERATOR OPERATOR I ah: 7 INCINERATOR OPERATOR II 27 2 KEY PUNCH OPERATOR 26 h LABORATORY TECHNICIAN . 13 iL LABORER 750 4o8 LABORER II 206 Lhs LABOR FOREMAN 29 2 LANDSCAPE DESIGNER 1 1 LIBRARIAN I 22 3 LIBRARY AIDE 9 3 MASON 18 2 METER MECHANIC 14 5 MILITARY PROPERTY CUSTODIAN I 1 1 \ NURSE-MATRON 7 2 PAINTER I 52 15 PARKING METER SERVICEMAN 8 1 PARKS CUSTODIAN 17 2 PARKS PATROLMAN 10 2 PLAS TERER in 3 PLUMBER 10 1 xPRO| KERO! [¥rro Perne oper | copy Coney oyey Negroes Total Positions Enployed POLICE DETECTIVE 129 19 POLICE LIEUTENANT 37 1 POLICE MATRON 12 5 POLICE PATROLMAN 643 52 PORTER 1 i PRE-LIBRARIAN 12 1 PRESSER 1 1 PUMPING PLANT OPERATOR 22 1 RECRBATION SUPERVISOR lo 1 RECIONAL CUSTODIAL SUPERVISOR 23 5 ROOFER . 4 1 SANITATION ASSISTANT INSPECTOR Lh 1 SCHOCL CUSTODIAN 113 106 SCHOOL CUSTODIAL WORKER 279 266 SCHOOL MAINTENANCE MECHANIC I. 39 28 SCHOOL MAINTENANCE MECHANIC II 3 1 SECURITY GUARD ho 3 SEMI-SKILLED WORKER 100 28 SENIOR CLERK L8 1 SENIOR STENOGRAPHER 61 2 SENIOR TYPIST CLERK 32 1 SEWER SERVICEMAN I 82 69 SEWER SERVICEMAN IT 18 18 STATISTICIAN 2 4 STRNOGRAPHER 73 ye STOREKEBPER I ; 17 af STOREKEEPER II 7 1 SWITCHBOARD OPERATOR I ak 10 TANDEM DUMP EQUIPMENT OPERATOR lo 9 TRINIS PROFESSIONAL 2 1 MATFIC SERVICEMAN 14 7 TREATMENT PLANT OPERATOR 106 17 TREE TRIMMER I 9 3 TREE TRIMMER II T L TYPIST CLERK iho 19 WASTE COLLECTION DRIVER 235 65 WASTE COLLECTOR II hO5 436 WATER METER READER 18 5 WASTE COLLECTOR I. 26 176 WATER BERVICES FOREMAN I 15 1 WATER SERVICE INSPECTOR 15 1 xrra) xERO| [xrro oy ror Compe ‘ Avithn Saad faa aed Mel tx | OadK Lou ta TOTAL PCSITIONS ; 7,669 WNuwbered positions 10 Unnumbered Clerk positions 7,019 (Includes Library, Law, General Court, and State Traffic Court) VACANT POSITIONS: 641 NEGRO EMPLOYEES 2,428 WHITE EMPLOYEES 4,610 EXTRA BOARD EMPLOYERS : NEGRO WHITE WASTE COLIECTOR I 59 WASTE COLLECTOR II 133 3 LABGRER 12 WASTE COLLECTION DRIVER 14 29 INCINERATOR OPERATOR 2 h 220 36 2,428 4,610 220 36 2,046 Y 646 34.356 vercentage of Negroes in present force Negroes are employed in 93 classes 30.87 percent of the employment service were Negroes as of 1/1/64 CHECKED AGAINST KARDEX 5/12/67 BP
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Box 18, Folder 20, Document 23

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  • Text: ’ fy ( J ' \ EI fe } roa) nO Pwo hs ~ ie] EI fA ji Nr 18 16 2 | 3 13 12 6 | 6 12 Hous. Code Insp. I 1 Incinerator Trainee ‘ 3 2 2 Labor Foreman _Llbrarian TI Librerian II Librarian TIT Library Aide II Nurse Matron Plesterer Police Detective Police Lieutenant Police Patrolman Police Sergeant Prison Metron Recreation Leader Recreation Supv. Regional Maint Supv. Semi Skilled Wkr. I Const, Semi Skilied Wkr. I (Motor Transport) Semi Skilled Wkr. I 7 (Treffie Eng.) Semi Skilled Wkr. I 63 Gi ater ) Sewage Plant Oper. I a Steno Clerk II 1 Switchboard Oper. Berk urSrryn » yprerpww Oo ~~ Yn wo OW BS Pan Ww Trades Helper Typist Clerk II Waste Coll, Driver 2 wep (Extra Board) Water Meter Reader 1 PRON NW NY WY OW nu MH wrh Ww BS) Extra .Board Total 243 sO ww 40 38 fA 39 2 0 6 ee en wt no 4 Pe qos VCO Y pea o “ERO xrRo| fen, (CODY seneey CONTE - al t
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Box 18, Folder 20, Document 32

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  • Text: I, II. III. INFORMATION CONCERNING THE PERSONNEL OPERATION FROM JANUARY 1, 1965 THROUGH MARCH 26, 1965 A. LABORER Applications Received 530 B. BUILDING CUSTODIAN Applications Received 582 Tested 256 582 Applications Received 256 Tested eveseeeansssee oveeepeeeees eer eeeeeee 43.99% 326 Have not reported for written exam ceorese B.C 100.00 A. APPLICATIONS RECEIVED (Excluding Laborer, Building Custodian and Promotional Examinations) 1,918 White Ll Colored 3,645 Total B, APPLICANTS TESTED 1,307 White 952 Colored 2,259 Total Many people who apply for a position do not report for the examination. The following figures show the percentage for both white and colored not reporting. COLORED 1,727 Colored Applic:.tions Received =952 Colored Applicants Tested ccoasvecese 55.12% 775 Colored Applicants have not reported for written OXAM sosovecescossveegeea Ld. 88% 100.00%
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Box 18, Folder 20, Document 20

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  • Text: THE ATLANTA PUBLIC LIBRARY Atlanta 3, Georgia JOHN HALL JACOBS DIRECTOR May 22, 1967 Honorable Ivan Allen, Jr. Mayor of Atlanta City Hall Atlanta, Georgia 30303 Dear Mayor Allen: The news article in the May 11 Atlanta Constitution was cailed to the attention of our Board by me at their last meeting. You will be receiving a letter from them on this matter in the next few days. We sincerely feel that we are giving all staff members and prospective staff members a fair deal by anyone's standards. Won, mn ouise Rheay Acting’ Director . MLR: dw uf
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  • Text: May 17, 1967 Mr. Carl T. Suthekland City Personnel Board Atlanta, Georgia Dear Carl: The Atlanta Summit Leadership Conference met with me last week and made the attached representations and requests. lam calling your attention to the specific request of parggraph I-A, Sincerely, Ivan Allen, Jr. IAJr:am Enclosure be: Jesse Hill
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  • Text: I~ P.E.rERtt,eE. TO YOUR RF.PLY TO 0~ TELEGRAM RELATIVE TO n£ OISCRHUNATORY PRACTlCES ON THE PART OF' THE CIVIL DEFENSE CO\.t~lL, WE RE ..OfPHASI2E Tt£ FACT THAT Tl-£ CIVIL otFENS£ COUNCIL HAS SYSTEMATICALLY EXCLt.1)£0 ALL NEG.ROES FROM EN.JOYING JOB OPPORTUNITIES. AGAIN, WE l.RGE AN tKMEOIATE CONF'ERENCE WITH YOU A.Ki ALL PARTIES COM::ER~ WITH TH£ OPER•TION OF THlS FACI:LlTY CALL P£N ·- - ~ REV J O GRIER JR REV J E BOONE R£V J C WAP.,O REV J R HURLEY z:.:-~ -~.. f ~ ~~£TT£ 12 70 11-511 - -- - J-v~ . /l ~ Jd), , II.. tj I.Al < y0 (!_; < · ~ ~p-: ; r,-{t-;~ vf"' ~ ,,,s~ ~,,.,.-r~ ~ , 1 , , / ~ i,.., l)l(}Jj/ l ,,,~ J!-. ~~-h ~CITOY£ '6 t'-f _.- t{'-( o ) g? f~ ·~S"lo -< µ ~ . ,iu r&i1 .)~ SECR!lAI\Y t) V, '....,4 ~ ,.,. ~ ~, AATfON BftEAD!AS~£T / �WESTERN · UNION _,, 'If~ 4'~2? NOV 'a 67 Ai JO,. · A' LL PD .fl l:JTRA- ATL~_!f'tA C:A 8 421SP tST MAYOR lVAN ALI.IN Ji, ClTY MALL - .:-::::.z: m, OER W 9,<,.,,~ •~IT/,t~ -An,A- ..,/fn~w.,. (i' •~oo )1W,, PLEAS£ SEND COPY OF ttU:GIAH TO ATUHTl Ltft JlfSlJIANCE COPIPAtff' 1.\S AABUIUI UENUl: HORTHEAS1' IN Tkl: CARE or MR JESS.£ JIU. JR CONTF,HTS TO t>ATI VI: KAVI: NOT RtCEIVED AFfY REPL-lf OR ACdOYLEllCDIDrr J'R.011 ~1) Dl~ECTOR CDl£RAL voonvARD CONCIRHI'NC CONSIDERATION OF S"'EnS JOHNSON IN OUR CD STAJJ' PLEASE' l.N.TERPRET AND lNVES'ttcAn J'AltTUa.t or REPLY J'OR us $r1 JUSE RltL JR CO CHAIRMAN ATLANTA SUMNlT 1.1:Al)F.J't SHlP CONJ'DENCE /. ~ .37>.I / ~,~f ~ l, . i -.f'C z /'/(. tb_ ,./2: //;.• --_,,.,,,.v - ,.,'1 _. /I ~%/:.f () ~J~ ,J~ . 1270 (1 . !511 ,}' ~ ..;. _i ,. __,,,.., ~ ,rr e. '1::..,.,C· ~ _.J & .rt :.t. r:: -~P __ ,,. ~ , r . �SENDING BLANK ~:~ERS ]fJT ~ ll/l,,3/67 ~~ARGE City of Atlanta, Mayor's Office J. D . Grier, Fred C. Bennette, Jr., J. C. Ward, Joseph E . Boone, E. M. Dorsey;, J. R. Hurley Operation Breadbasket Refer to Wire: A LLW 18 PD FAX Atlanta 10:32 p. m. Estll/10 Ackn owledge receipt of your wire reference to Atlanta Metro Area Civil Defense Council ~ Have previously offered to have this matter brought to the attention of the City Job Opportunity Committee and/or the Community Relations Commission. Advise whether complaint is in reference to old issue of Sterres Johnson employment, or what other specific question in the defense council set up . Mayor Ivan Allen, Jr . Send the above message, subject to the terms on bade hereof, which are hereby agreed lo PLEASE TYPE OR WRITE PLAINLY WITHIN BORDER-DO NOT FOLD 1269-(ll 4·SS1 �~,143.215.248.55:.~:~~;:~::nr:~~ =143.215.248.55 16:34, 29 December 2017 (EST),:N: ~~":~:::.:::;~:~~ ~:~:.~:1:, :143.215.248.55lba xodcr or the me,saa:c a.od t bc T elq:ro.pb Company as rollows: t. The T,lcsrapb Company shn.11 not €e liable !or mlstUes or tltl•>~ In the t rnn.~mL'Won or dell\·ery. or ror non-delivery. or any m~e reeeh·ed for tran'Ullls.slon at t he unrepeated• m e,sue rate beyond the sum of n\•e bundred dollal"S: nor ror mt,ta.,..et or d£1!1.}'3 In t he tra.?L'lml.Mlon or d eliver>·. or ror non~elt"·rry. or sn1,· mt11tta.1te rf"CChcd rnr trnn.volllRton a.t the repented.mu.s~e rate beyond t he 11wn c,r nvc tbousnnd doll&.1"!!:. unlo.-t specially Yulued ; nor In eny ca:.c tor d cJan: tLrblug rrom uru.•.-alda.ble lntern1r,tlon In t he worklag or I~ llnes. cau•ed b;·t~~ ~~II16:34, 29 December 2017 (EST) tt,e1~e!c143.215.248.55c;,~~r~~t,~~1~;!1~ i~~b~erl~~ld143.215.248.55"~t (~~ m!i}~~e1'n°!n~~'tJ'in~0tt~e.ii~~T143.215.248.55'7116~d:~~·~J;,i~.':~ ~r~,143.215.248.55.rii~1~~'1·6:~::J'efQ'r:a~ :;~~! ftprc;enti t hat the me,:azu:;~ Li \'Alued, unle<.$ ts wreater value L-. :;ta l td In, ltlni;r by th1• ,;,-n,lcr tJ1rr,•Q! At tht: ,1rnc t he mc-...1ve I!< r.-ndcrcd tor tr1'1l.." lllb!tior.,aoc1 unlt'S.i the repcuted•mr.si;q;o rate Ls pb.ld or 91trecd to !Jc p:ild and an ti.ddltloh.lil cbA.tKe equ.J to ooe-u:ntll or.one ~r ctnt. o f tJ1e omouM by wblcb such vnJ.u.atlon sbllll cseeed o,·e t bou:sa.nd·dollant. • 3. T ho Tclegroph Company ls hereby mnde t be agent ot Ule aenc1('r. without 11:,,blllt:.·. to rorwQ.l'd t hb m~e O\·tr tbt lines or any other compan),· whee necessary to-reach its d eatinatloo. • • , • • • , .. 4. The nppllcable- tarlrTchanrcs on a me,.• 3,ge d ~ tlnt'd to a.ny ty)lnt In the conllnrntll l 1 nlted St.it'!"' ll:tl'd In the Tcltj?r11,ph Comp!lny'!I O!rettory ot Sp,tlon_,;: co\·er Its dtlh·ery within the ~tabH:ihed city or comr.ounlty 1tm1t1 or the dc:,;tlnatlon point. Ueyut,11 :.uch 1:mlts nnd to ;.o•nt.'f not II !ed In the Tclr;;;-aph L"C'1!llP-',ny·,i DU'i.:cto1ry ot .:t:1.tloti..i, thl'! Tel~rapb Com1,.1ny dol!S ~=~t.~e;~~:yJ~id143.215.248.55ceaait':f ~r~3 0 tbc unl1cn.t:1udlog the 1>cnl1er liuthorUcs tile eotlectJuo ~~;~'iuta~~l r~~!;rat~tv~d~ft.~~r C16:34, 29 December 2017 (EST)·lr~!i~~tn.~;Jic~nr~!~t~::~i:i~~;.h tbut one o r t hiT~~r;-:16:34, 29 December 2017 (EST)~fn~~!":he-1r~0 R~t;:. Ig1143.215.248.55r~g~~T~i~~:'u:~s;.; a t ~ea. or In the r.lr . 1b) within 9.S da:r~ afU'T t he cau.,,e n r .artlon. If 1tr.'Y. bhlfll h11.vc accrued In t he c:a:...- tate m :l1'C In Te't!o.S. an:J (c) flithln 180 ,faya nrtc:r 1 AC\ ot 1~3-4, a:t amended. , 7. Ith aare-cd that In nny a('tlon by tho Telegraph Company to recover the to ll.3 ror any m~ce or mC->Sn.;;e:, t be prompt nod correct. transml.3slon o.nd delivery t.hcreof ahall be presumed, aubJect to rebuttal by competent e,1deoee. a.II tbe fo143.215.248.55Jr~~;19 go\'etn.10& t he t ransmts.,Jon o r mcs:s11c:es aocordtna; to their cl!lSSC5._o.a cnume.rat.ed below. ah4ll apply to m~e::s ln tACb or such respect h·e clMSeS In :idditlon to 9. No employeQ. of the T elc,rapb Compa.oy ls a utl:lorlud to vary Ule fortaoln(;. CLASSES OF SERVIC E DOMESTIC SERVICES TELEGRAM T he ~Lcit. d omestic ee:rvlcc. DAY L ETTER (DL) A deterred same--doy sen·lcc. at low rites, N IGHT L ETTER (NL) Economlc3.l ovrrn•a,:t-it .,,., vice. Accepud up t o 2 A. M. for dell very Ulo rollowtng mornla£'. o.t ratca lo"·cr Ulan ,be Te.It.ram ur Day Lett.er ra'-Cl. INTERNATIONAL SERVICES F U LL FIATE ( F FI) ~ ':'ii9omo;ri~~rs~n1ce. l\by be writ tt.n lo code. cipher. or 1n aoy la.n.tUACe ex- LETTER T EL EGRAM (LTl For overnlgbt. pJAJo lnnauaae m ~. a t hAU·rMe. M1Dlmum cb4rge rorZ2 word!! oppU~ SHIP RADIOG RAM For lll~CH to nnd from ships at ~ �-~ _11/ESTERN UNION A LLW'18 PCT FAX ATLANTA-GA- lo ~2TP ET HOWORApLE IVAN'>AU.:Eli' JR ~ CITY HALL ATLA ' , ,,- &I ,;rt ·.,, ,,.... c-..., -, . _ -, ln' - /" ', -:'f, •' ~.;#· • P'\ . v 11-~·· " 1 • • .· t~.£  r.c ;: 3 k IT HAS OOME TO THE A.TTEHT!ON Of' OPERATION BftEADBASKEi THAT THE AlUHTA METROPOLtTAH AREA CIVIL DEFEHSE COUNCIL HAS FAILF.D TO HIRE qUALIFISJ NEGROES IN RESPONSIBt.E CAPACITIES• WE ARE DISTURBED BY THIS CONTfNUAL 8£NERAl PRACTICE Of' DISCft1tUNATION IKJ URGE YOU TO tNVESTIQATt THE SAME lMMEDUt'ELYe lfE CAN NOT OVER-EMPHASIZE THIS HUMILIATING PROBLEM AND UR.Gt YOU TO USE THE' INFLUENCE Of YOUR OFFJ;CE TO CORRECT THE SAME• i J D GRIER, FRED C BENNETTE JR, J C llARO,- JOSEPH E BOONE, . E H OORSE:Y I J R HURLET ~t;; I {., c,._ (,6),. i,( ~ > 1270 Cl-5 ti PS 550P MR~ MC-~E"l Wlfft Mo• AM �TELEPHONE MESSAGE a_~_....,..__1__________ To _ _ _ _ Name,____,,p_,.--=cL44.143.215.248.55 -Ld ~ - Telephone No. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ D D Wants you to call A ls here to see you Returned your call ~ Came by to see you ~ e f t the following message: 6)/WL2~d... - ~ Date: _ _ () a1,i{d ~1w-ry, /_/_ -/~/~'9-_ _ _ Time -~ 9'_._=.3~,S~ a . m. / / ~ By·- -- - - - - ~ v= "-----\--~ FORM 25 •6 taJ /'YJ'J~ 1 ~- - - - -- -- �ATLANTA,GEORGIA /g"'Wm - Mrs. Ann M. Moses a... FORM 25-6 - �May 17, 1967 Mr. Carl T . Sutherland City Per onnel Board Atlanta , Georgia Dear Carl: The Atlanta Summit Leadership Conwrence met with me last week and made the attached repre entations and requests. lam calling your attention to the specific request of parggraph 1-A. Sincerely, Ivan Allen. Jr. IAJr:am Enclo ure be: Jesse Hill �May 17, 1967 Miss Mary Louise Rheay Acting Director , Atlanta Public Library Atlanta , Georgia Dear Miss Rbeay : The Atlanta Summit Leadership Conference met with me last week and made the- attached representations and requests. I am calling your attention to the in paragraph 1-C. pecific request Sincel'ely, Ivan Allen, Jr. IAJr: m Enclo ures be: Jesse Hill �November 13, 1967 Mr. Jesse Hill Atlanta Life Insurance Company 148 Auburn Avenue, N. E . Atlanta, Georgia Dear Mr. Hill : This will acknowledge receipt of your telegram concerning Mr. Sterrs Johnson' intere tin employment with the Atlanta Metrop:,litan Civil Defense organization. I am forw, rding your telegrapi to Hon. Milton G . Farri , s Chairman of the City Job Opportunities ·C ommittee, with the request that the matter be inve tig ted. I m ure you will hear from hi shortly. Sincerely, Ivan Allen, Jr. Mayor lAJr: m cc:: Hon. Milt G. F ·rris -r �November 14, 1967 MEMORANDUM TO: Alde1"man Milton Farris FROM: Mayor Ivan Allen, Jr . Please disregard the correspondence sent you yeate:rday from jMJ e Hill requesting the Cit;y Job Opportunity Committee to investigate the Steers Johnson application with Civil Defense. Mr . HUl advised that he ha requ -ted . Sincerely your , Ivan Allen, J'l'. Mayor 1A1l'/br rec ived the information he �July 13, 1967 Mr . J . 1 . Littl Cl rk of the B rd of Alder Atla , Geor De r en r . Little: 1 oul · plea ed for you to anno\Ulce to th rd of Aldermen that l bav ppolnted ~- Je ae Hill to •erve on. City Jo Oppo·r tunitiea Committee . the ce of the late Jwt A . T . lde • l3 tted, Allen, Jr. lAJr/br CC : Gen. Carl T . Sutherland Hon. Milton Farri Mr. Jes•e Hill �July 13, 1967 Mr . Jesse Hill Atlanta Life Insurance Company 148 Auburn Avenue, N. E . Atlanta, Georgia Dear Jesse: I am most grateful for your willingness to serve on the City Job Opportunities Committee and the notification of your appointment goes to the Board of Aldermen on Monday, July 17th as per the attached letter. I am sure the City will receive great benefit from you.r willingness to serve on this important committee. Sincerely yours, Ivan Allen, Jr. Mayor IAJr/br �c·1TY OF ATLANTA PERSONNEL BOARD CITY HALL ANNEX 260 CENTRAL AVENUE, S. W. AT LANT A, GEORGIA 30303 C AR L T . S UTH E RL A ND June 20, D ,r e ct o r 1967 Mayor Ivan Allen, Jr. City of Atlanta Atlanta, Georgia Dear Mayor: Milton Farris, Chairman of the Job Opportunities Committee, has requested that I write you suggesting that a Negro be appointed to the Committee to replace the late Judge Walden. I concur with this suggestion. We have no recommendations as to who should be appointed other than that he should be a person respected by the Negro community. Sincerely, rf2_v CARL T. SUTHERLAND Director of Personnel CTS:cbt cc: Mr. Milton Farris ? ' �. f4 - APRIL, MAY, AND JUNE "~ PerCTa.'1ent po sitions filled (Second Quarter) I ID ~~ CIT'£ OF ATLANTA - POSITIONS FILLED AS OF SEOJND QUARTER 1967 FOR IW'nite ~r143.215.248.55 f Temporary Employment - Summer Only (as of June 30, 1967) vThite olored I Colored -· \{ale Lo1 670 .1071 Female 56 13 69 457 683 Male Female 149 161 310 26 25 51 175 186 "":n 0 1140••• Total 361 • • Tota!l ""* Appointments for Second Quarter, April, May, June, 1967 40% white and 6Cf/, colored. Ratio-of approximately 2:3 white, to colored males. Ratio of approximately 5:1 white to colored females. Temporary summer- appointments, as of Jur.e 30, 1967. 48% white - 52% colored. Ratio of approximately 1:1 white Grand Total(Including Summer Help) and Perman en~ Appointments - April, May, June - 1967 ., .-:~ ·  :n white Paul E.'; Leslie , George Hill, Jinrrnie Shanks , J immie Le e Cotton , Jerry , Jr, West , Larry &rntest ',lilkes, Charles &rl Jackson, Charlie Fiolrr.es , 11ilton Elder, Eugene Daniel Powell , Arthur Keith Fot-ler , Walter Treatment Plant Opr. l ab orer II Treatment Plant Opro Laborer II Carpenter Treatment Plant Opr. Labor er II Laboratory Technician Laborer II Semi - Skilled Worker Eng, Aide I Engineering Aide I I E-ngineering Aide I Laborer II Engineering Aide I F4uipo Operator I Laborer II II Senior Typist Clerk Tr eatraent Plant Opr. Laborer II II II II " Sewer Serv, I Laborer II II II II II " " II II NUMBER DEPARTiilllT 2020 310 39.5 2090 2114 297 989 21.51 2086 20.5/+ 83 87 93 461 56 268 2058 310 Construction C -< '"J ' '.) II II II II II II II " II II II II II II II II 2o44 II 130 914 361 421 863 3?9 II " " " II II 7(:}+ II 875 2J.1+2 825 .534 859 913 570 76.5 8.58 2128 II 764 (3) . II II II II II II II II II II II DATE EFFECTIVE 5/24/67 5/24/67 5/29/67 5/31/67 5/11/67 5/8/67 4/6/67 5/18/67 5/25/67 2/17/67 3/23/67 6/12/67 6/12/67 5/19/67 6/5/67 5/6/67 6/ 2/67 6/21 67 6/16/67 6/29/ 67 6/19/67 6/20/67 6/15/67 6/ 22/67 6/15/67 6/ 23/67 6/15/67 4/ 20/67 l~ / 21/67 4/ 20/67 4/ 21/67 4/ 21/67 4/ 20/67 4/27/67 4/ 25/67 4/ 24/ 67 4/ 27/67 RACE 1,nn 1·7!11 wm '\•7!11 •7!11 cm 1·7!11 wm wm wm wm 1-nn w111 wm wm Hnt wf cm cm cm cm cm wl':l cm cm cm cm cm cm cm cm cm wm cm cm �- :::. -< - ~-3 POSIT . CLllSS ~;_:.3 - - ----- - -~----.. . .•=,..... , ---~ ..:,er..,:2-~:.::..!"~, ,-::,~·., ,.-, - - - - J P.:.. thur ·l !ic~a s J ?.2.lF-<1 · ·oooward Kai -t.r:, :i.fo~zc. ~", ~;J 1er T-.c , Huff, 1/ -:: x, "· -:-~ • X 1 ~5 - < a " .3 I NDMBER wcrr ex/ bd II "II " " " "II WCII-Day II wcrr " WCII-Day WCII WCII-Day Sanitary " " " "II . II II a "II II II " II 'I " Laborer wcrr DEPARTMENT " WCII-Day WCII II fl WCII-Day Wa ste Collector D-.civer II WCII-Day " "II II II II II II II II II " II II II II II II II II II II " II II " II " "II "II II II II wen II " II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II (18) II EFFECTD!E 5/26/67 5/ 26/67 5/29/67 5/29/67 6/5/67 6/ 6/ 67 5/Jo/67 6/5/67 5/29/67 6/5/67 6/5/67 6/7/67 6/ 8/67 6/'?/67 5/31/67 5/25/67 5/30/67 6/5/67 5/30/67 6/ 2/67 5/30/67 6/5/67 5/17/67 5/11/67 5/22/ 67 5/ 23/67 5/19/67 5/ 23/67 5/ 22/ 67 5/ 23/67 5/ 23/67 5/ 23/67 5/24/ 67 5/23/67 5/ 24/ 67 5/ 25 /67 5/ 23/ 67 5/ 24/67 RACE cm cm cm cm cm cm cm cm cm cm cm cm cm cm cm cm wm cm cm cm cm cm wm wm cm cm cm cm wm cm cm cm cm cm cm cm cm - om �_ , _r_ CLASS -~ Rus sell , John De-,rny Jr. WCII Srrd. th , Eerbert ":X )7  ;J .!:;_/ -: x ' ,  ;, - Sanitary II II II II II II II II WCII(Ni ght) WCII(day ) II II II II II II WCII(I-:ie;ht) WCII (Day ) II -_ - DATE EFFECTWE 3/29/67 3/31/67 3/30/67 3/30/67 4/4·/67 3/30/67 5/5/67 3/30/67 3/30/67 4/14/67 4/12/67 L~/13/67 4/13/67 ll L~/lJ/67 II II II II II II II II II II If ll II II 4/12/67 iJ.-/12/67 iJ.- /12/67 4/12/67 4/6/67 4/7/67 3/30/67 L~ /11/67 4/14/67 4/14/67 4/11/67 4/10/67 4/13/67 4/13/67 Laborer II ii Ii WCII(Day ) L,tb or er 1lCD (Day ) II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II 1625 ll42 II II WCI (Day ) II WCII (Day ) WCII (Ni ght ) WCII (Day ) WCII (Ni ght ) WCII (Day ) II II wx / bd II II II II ll II II II II II ii II II 1492 II RACE _,__. II (20) ~::, DEPARTMENT L~ / 27/67 L~/ 27 / 67 4/28/ 67 4/ 29/67 4/27/67 4/19/67 5/ 2/67 4/24/ 67 cm cm cm cm cm cm cm cm cm cm cm cm cm cm cm cm cm cm cm cm wm wm cm wm wm ,,'!Tl cm wm cm cm cm cm cm cm cm cm �CLASS n"x\ 01'1 "Jl) ' 31 -. Oil .~8J j Williams, Walter Rudolph , Fletcher Charles Bryant, F.ddie L. V.u rry, Willie Lee St illwell, Loyd Oberhausen, John Frank Favors, Gordon Chafin, Elmer Lee Cash, Arthur Kelley Philli ps, Josei:h Hugh Starks , Charlie Jr. Sanders , Forest E. Wooten, Knivelton B. Jr. Weath ers , J ohn Thomas Townsend, Bill Har mon s:v·. Rutl edge , Alber t Jr. Roscoe , Albert Sonny Robinson , John Long, Gl ynnis Alt on Kane , Thoma s Lee Harri s , Edward James Hamby , J i mn1y Lane Bowen , Thoma s Lee Dover, Clarence El.mer Bostick , Charl es Wesl ey Hill, Tommie Fr ed Benjamin, Clarence Carter , Isaac Davison , Rufus Evans, Charles Eo Flemi ng , Thomas Gocx:hd.n, Char l es D. Howard , John W. Inman , William Douglas Dowdell , Joseph Kini ght , Edward Ray WCI(Day) WCII(Day) II II II WCD(Day) WCII(Day) WCD(Ni ght) WCD(Day) Laborer WCII(Night) WCD II WCD(Day) II WCD( Ni ght) II WCD (Day) POSIT. NUMBER DEPARTMENT 1690 3171 3244 3249 3411 1101 J425 4231 1174 6029 4186 3156 3119 Sanitary -;J Oi II ex/ bd II II II " II II It II II II II II II WCD (Night) II WCD(Day) WCD(Ni ght) WCD(Day ) II II II II II II II II WCII (Day) II II II II II II II II WCII (Ni ght) WCII (Day ) WCII(Ni ght ) WCII (Day ) Laborer WCII(Day ) Incin. Operator I II II II II II II II II II II 1489 666 (21) ..,X \ II II II DATE EFFECTIVE 4/24/67 4/27/67 4/27/67 4/27/67 4/ 27/67 4/27/67 4/27/67 4/27/ 67 4/27/67 4/24/67 4/27/67 5/11/67 5/11/67 5/1/67 4/ 27/67 4/25/67 5/ 2/67 4/26/67 4/27/67 4/28/67 4/24/67 5/ 2/67 4/28/67 5/4/67 5/3/67 5/3/67 5/2/67 5/4/67 5/3/67 5/ 2/67 5/3/67 5/2/67 5/2/67 5/3/67 5/11/67 4/ 27/67 RACE cmcm cm cm cm wm cm wm wm wm cm wm wm wm wm cm wm cm wm wm cm wm cm wm wm cm cm cm cm cm cm cm cm cm cm wm �POSIT. CLASS ~ nx \ 01'1 I 0 Jl; , 1 ~ o, 1-~ Flant , - Calvi n SteJ:hens, Charlie Henry Tompkins, Abner J ames Webb, John Carl Cannon, Richard Columbus Parker, Larry Donnell Lay, Stanley Favors, Gordon Maddox, Coy Howard, Donald Dean Cheel ey, Willie Sam Wells, James Clifford Adams , Will i e Henry Jr. _ Henders on, Herber t Hill, Tonnny Lee Jenkins, Curtis Robins on , Bruce Mathis Boone , William Campbell , Curtis Watson Eberhart, Norris Lee Hunter, Elbert Perrimon, Leroy Leach, Charles F.cl.ward Johnson, Johnny Gordon Sea ts, William N. Wright , Ben Bilbo Beasley, Rufus Brackins , F.ddie c. huey, Waddell Jro Goggins , Joseph Watkins, Rufus Arrlrew Stephens, Hubert Elliott, Sam Davidson, Clarence Kennedy, Ben Plant, Van Jro Simmons, Fred Jr. WCII WCII (Day) WCD(Day) II . . -- II WCII(Day) II WCII(Day) WCI (Night) Laborer WCII WCII NUMBER 2458 1468 1184 2454 1175 1310 1383 3467 4306 ex/bd --:: x \ .: , ~-;J ~o ' J Sanitary II " II II II . II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II WCD(Day) La.borer WCII II II II II II II II II II II II II II II " II II II II II II II II La.borer II II WCI(Day) WCI(Day) WCII(Day) II 7o45 7o46 7030 1611 1615 1470 ex/bd WCII E WCII II II II II II II Labor er II II (22) 1 DEPARTMENT II DATE EFFECTIVE 5/11/67 5/11/67 5/11/67 5/11/67 5/11/67 5/11/ 67 5/11/67 5/12/67 5/11/67 5/8/67 5/11/67 5/10/67 5/11/67 5/15/67 5/15/67 5/12/67 11/18/66 5/16/67 5/16/67 5/16/67 5/15/67 5/15/67 5/16/67 5/16/ 67 5/17/67 5/16/67 5/15/67 5/16/67 5/12/ 67 5/18/67 5/18/67 5/18/67 5/15/67 5/17/67 5/15/67 5/17/67 5/19/67 RACE cm cm cm cm wm cm cm cm cm cm cm cm cm cm cm cm cm cm cm cm cm cm cm cm cm cm cm cm cm cm cm cm cm cm cm cm cm �l--~J )( 1 c ., ' ..,"" ,.. , ._,;;.· CLASS ~ ~, 0 1'1 "Jll ' l ~ Oi=l ·;-ti -~_gj I ", J -:, / Jackson:;- Charles Jr, WCII (Night) II Kennebrew, Harold Lu..1<:e , Harry WCI(Night) WCII(Day)Pitts, Clavin II Almond, Samuel II Roberts, Eugene II Ward, Lester Jr. WCII(Night) Willis, Albert Bob WCD(Day) Spence, Sanford Eugene WCII(Day) Bigsby, Johnny P. Griffin, Lawrence WCII(Night) Johnson, Willie Joe WCII(Day) II Phillips, Robert Eugene Baker, Har old Wesl ey WCII (Day) Barnwell , Robert James WCII(Ni ght) Benford, James WCII(Day) II Dunson , Wayne Robert Garner , Warner Laborer II Gates, Robert Cecil WCII(Day) Hemphill , Ralph Jackson, Walter Lawr ence WCII(Night) WCII(Day) Martin, Willie T. Jr. II Phillips, Ja..~es Lewis Jr. II Richardson, Lorenzo Alphonzo II Trimble, Ri chard Bowen, Thomas Lee WCD II Dover, Clarence Elmer II Hamby , J immy Lane II Hill, ToJErie Fred II Roscoe , Alberts . II Sheppard , Geor ge E. II &ni t h , Norris E. WCII Barron, .Arthur Jo II Lucas, James Cecil WC Mor el and , Ceas er Jr. II Parks, Bobby Lee WCII(Day) Carroll, Williard Lee II Sh effi eld, Sylvester POSIT. NUMBER ex/bd Sanitary II II II II II II II II II II 1185 ex/bd II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II 4183 1185 2182 1101 4184 3241 1460 4289 4132 4285 3425 II ex/ bd II (23 ) I, DEPARTMENT " II II II • II DATE EFFECTIVE 5/1/67 5/2/67 5/1/67 4/28/67 5/3/67 5/4/67 4/27/67 5/2/67 5/4/67 5/3/67 5/9/67 5/11/67 5/11/67 5/9/67 5/5/67 5/10/67 5/10/67 5/9/67 4/25/67 5/8/67 5/8/67 5/9/67 5/8/67 5/9/67 4/27/67 5/25/67 5/25/67 5/25/67 5/25/67 5/25/67 5/24/67 5/25/67 5/25 /67 5/25 /67 5/25/67 5/25/67 4/12/67 4/6/67 RACE cm cm cm cm cm cm cm cm wm cm cm cm cm cm cm cm wm cm cm cm cm cm cm cm cm cm wm wm cm wm cm cm cm cm cm cm wm cm �~-;- c -: . -: :;:r .i .~ : - POSIT. .!. CLASS - ,. r,;;t -...=. _!.:.: NUMBER DEPARTMENT DATE EFFECTIVE RACE I Da. 11, Joseph , Willie James Hamilton, Jesse Gore, George Norris, David Lee Whicker, Simon Jr. Barlow, John W. Adams, Willie James Maddox, Roger Lee Marshall, Clifford Tucker, Robert James Culpepper, Howard Jac!-::son, Leroy Jackson, George Lee Dowdell, Freddie Ezell Crawford , George Franklin , Woodie Potts, Jerry Lee Gordon, Murray W. Cberhausen, John Frank McCor d, Andrew Jr. Ester , Jerry Jerome Conwell , Howard Hills , Freddie We ston, Claude Sonny Scott , Grady 1-'i lls, J a.mes Fddie Y.insey, F. K. Dillard, William Franklin Cannon , Richard Columbus Rawls, Emmitt Hinton Webb , John Carl Spence , Sanford Eugene Delong, Frank McDowell , James Jordon, Albert Fre eman , John B. D t.1 1: ~ ~r g~\ ""'llJ J ~ ~ Cti -:::i ~ 1 ~x =7 -::i 'Jo/ WCII(Day) ex/bd Sanitary II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II WCII(Ni,ht) WCI(Day WCI WCII(Day) II WCII(Night) WCII(Day) II II II WCII(Night) II WCI(Day) WCD(Day) II WCII(Day ) II 1211 1464 429'-I1178 1210 1336 1408 4134 4187 3661 1]_75 1174 ex/bd II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II WCII WCD(Day ) WCD (Day ) 1659 2274 II II 1184 II II 2697 II II ex/bd II WCD( N:i.ght ) WCII (Day ) WCII (Night ) II II II II II II II II II II II II (24 ) 4/4/67 4/17/67 4/18/67 4/18/67 4/4/67 4/14/67 4/10/67 4/6/67 4/13/67 4/13/67 4/13/67 4/13/67 4/14/67 4/13/67 4/13/67 4/13/67 4/13/67 4/13/67 4/13/67 4/13/67 3/9/67 2/9/67 4/18/67 4/19/67 4/18/67 4/18/67 4/19/67 4/17/67 4/13/67 4/17/67 4/13/67 4/ 21/67 4/19/67 4/ 21/67 4/ 20/67 4/20/67 4/19/67 cm cm cm cm cm cm cm cm cm cm cm cm cm cm cm cm cm wm wm wm cm . cm cm cm cm cm cm cm wm wm wm cm ·wm wm cm cm cm �POSIT. CLASS 0~ 01'1 \ w Davis, 1·: alt er Leon Barber, Bobby Farris Pl ant , Cal v-4~---i Webb , Ilon Buren Chappell, \-layman Hutchins, Henry Parrish, Horace Stone, Freddie Lucas, James Cecil Ward, Joseph WCII(Day) WCD(Day) WCII(Day) WCD(Day) Laborer NUMBER DEPARTMENT ex/bd Sanitary 3241 II ex/bd II II II II II II II II WCII(Day) II II II II II II II II II WCII(Night) WCII(Day) DATE EFFECTIVE RACE 4/20/67 4/13/67 4/21/67 4/18/67 4/24/67 4/18/67 4/25/67 4/24/67 4/25/67 4/25/67 cm wm cm wm 6/13/67 4/17/67 4/4/67 6/13/67 5/2/67 4/29/67 6/1/67 wm cm wm wm cm cm cm cm cm cm 0 8i1 ~ :.J Traffic Checker Laborer II · Electrician Traffic Checker Typist Clerk Labor er II Stenographer 41 182 225 40 80 178 70 Crews , J. T. Crutcher, J ean M. Earls, H. G. Hend on, Sandra Lee Hi t chell, J.E. Arnall , J ames E. Buyer I Vari-Typer Operator Duplicating Assistant Typist Clerk Duplicatine Assistant Buyer I 6 19 21 10 Bennett, K. L. Eberhardt, Robert W, Hogsed , R. V. Jo:ies , W. L. Lowry, Genevieve Robinson, L. J . Wood , Japhus W. Correction Officer I Corr ection Officer I 34 Callaway , Marie Lynn Davis, Marion L. IG..uttz , J. H. J enkins, Snndra E. Payha..m , Leila c. Stenographer Stenographer Planner II Stenographer Typist Clerk (In Sr.Typist ) 18 29 6 19 16 21 11 f _-<'!_1 . ,<' . 12, J Stephens, James W.,Jr. Johnson, Claude Dovms, Ira, Jr. Lett, Anth ony F. Crosby, Janell F. Crowder, Freddie E. Conner, G. Y. 14 II 44 II 27 55 37 48 II Nurse-Matron II (25 ) Traffio Engineering II II II II II II Purchasing II II II II II Prison II II II II It II Planning II It II II wf cm wf 6/6/67 6/12/67 5/23 /67 6/5/67 1/10/67 5/2/67 wm wm cm 6/1/67 6/12/67 5/4/67 4/4/67 4/18/67 6/14/67 5/16/67 wm wm wm wm 6/12/67 4/4/ 67 4/18/67 6/12/67 5/4/ 67 wf wf wf wm wm wf wf cm wm wf wf �]~ ~ -:;i "'" ' J..._;;..· ~ 01" I jJJ 0 ~ on 1 _j~J POSIT. ~- a- ....-. CLASS _..:_·_:, NUMBER DEPA."R.T.MENT Fester, ~-~argaret L. Wccx:i, J c.ns K. Typist Clerk Personnel Assistant I 18 20 Personnel Giles, Gary Paul Draftsman I 37 Tax Assessors Fergerson, Charles D. McElharmon, H. R. Jackson, Allen D. Jackson, Glen E. Churchill, George E. Cooper, Dan E. Callaway , David Mo Green, Jerry D. Westbrooks, C. Stephens, Loren B. Stiles, O. L. Stowe , Dwain Lamar Thurman , John A. Todd, A. L. Stegall , Ral ph E. Self, H. A. Rakestraw, Elizabeth McCrickard, B. D. Millsaps, P. H. Eoore, H. Lane Morris, J . A. Nei-nnan , James I. Fatula, Fdward F. Landers, Billy Joe Lux , Frances J. Kalb , Hank Thecx:iore Holbrook , W. R. Howard , John Ro Cooper, Virginia L. Crider, J. L. Pumping Plant Operator .524 261 87 .526 7.5 88 313 398 511 462 .541 14 .566 618 497 632 583 II II II II II II Meter Mechanic Security Guard Automotive Servic eman I Auto-Body Repair.Painter Customer Service Clerk Semi-Skilled Worker Automotive Mechanic Treatment Plant Opr.II Typist Clerk Water Meter Reader Wat er Meter Reader Treatment Plant Opr . Water Meter Reader JS 380 619 476 465 381 462 54 442 112 380 477 96 II Customer Service Clerk Automotive Serviceman I Customer Service Clerk Water Meter Reader Treatment Plant Opr. Water Meter Reader Customer Service Clerk Security Guard (26 ) II Water II II II ti II II II II II II II II II II II II II II 11II II II II II II II II II II · DATE EFFECTIVE RACE --6/12/67 4/3/67 wf 6/19/67 wm .5/31/67 .5/17/67 .5/24/67 6/12/67 .5/24/67 .5/29/67 .5/30/67 5/15/67 5/23/67 3/24/67 6/12/67 4/18/67 3/16/67 .5/12/67 6/21/67 4/4/67 4/24/67 4/28/67 4/26/67 5/9/67 6/15/67 4/10/67 4/10/67 5/3/67 5/1/67 6/5/67 5/15/67 6/23/67 4/17/67 4/5/67 wf wm wm wm wm wm wm wm wm cm wm wm wm wm wm wm wm wf i-nn wm wm wm cm wm wm wf wm wm wm wf wm �i POSIT. NUMBER )( • c --: '::;J ..::,.: -,- Der=non, R.R . Eea.-r~, R. _f. Breed, F. E. Bruce, Susan S. Bryant , M. C. '1><\ jy 0 ~ 'rl 3.~ CLASS ·~ r--: - -~ Calhoun , L. W. Sentell, David Ray Cotton, ~lichael P. Cox, Donald Wood.all, Lewis E. Sutton, Larry Dennis Ferrell, Charlie Mack Tucker, James Henry Grant, Ronald Bigsby, J. P. Brooks, John E. Davis, William Sharp, Ivory Coleman , Nathaniel Holton, Eddie Ben Jones, Tommy Frank Bladenburg, James H. Fowler, Adolphus Thomas , Willie Freddy Pierce, Howell Faust, Walter Lee Cox, Charles George, Carlton Foster, .A..rrnon S. Brown, Dwight Lee Cornelius, Gregory Wood.a.rd, Ji..'TII!ly Larry Whatley , John Albert Patte~son , Arthur L. Swinger , Freddie E. Williams, Jerome Arnold, Harold Lee Security Guard Treatment Plant Opr. Security Guard Typist Clerk . Water Meter Reader Treatment Plant Opr. Laborer 511 559 DEPARTMENT Water II 512 II 695 II 40 II 597 II 189 679 636 521 449 359 720 521 555 6o4 640 221 449 236 425 554 303 II " II II II " " ,, II II II II II II 555 195 425 236 554 687 303 6o4 681 166 411 614 297 248 II II " II II " " " " II II II II (27 ) II II II II II DATE EFFECTIVE 6/2/67 5/30/67 4/24/67 4/19/67 5/2/67 6/1/67 4/18/67 4/10/67 4/19/67 4/4/67 5/3/67 5/3/67 4/27/67 4/27/67 5/1/67 5/2/67 4/10/67 4/6/67 4/4/67 4/4/67 4/3/67 5/9/67 5/15/67 5/8/67 5/17/67 5/16/67 5/9/67 5/Jl/67 5/31/67 5/29/67 5/29/67 5/24/67 5/23/67 5/26/67 5/30/67 5/30/67 5/30/67 RACE wm wm wm wf wm cm wm wm cm cm cm cm cm cm cm wm cm cm cm cm cm cm cm cm cm cm cm cm cm cm cm wm cm cm cm cm cm �POSIT. CLASS Ea:-ris , Willie Ste:!± a::ts , ': i l l i e , Rollie Lorenzo Porter, Raymond Kelley, Lonnie ~e Brow-:n, Benny Lee Reigner, Charles T, Pace, James Arnold Cooper, Loran c. Wright, Michael Mosley, Gary Hughey, Maggie T. F~1 1 Calloway, Herman L, Spence, James M. Trimble, Donald Owens, Leroy Wynn , Bobby Ingram, Marcellous HcCullers, James W, Jordon, Oscar R. Oliver, John Tnomas Henson, Charles Dewitt Gre en, Perry L., Jr, . Usher , Hulen , Jr. Carey, Alonza G. Ferrell, lfolan Ha.son , Robert M. Sims, Albert Leon Daniel, Nathaniel Glover , Erick v. Plant, Dan Releford, Curtis Rome , Ralph s. Rowland, James C, Rozier, Dennis L, Rushin, Marcus A, Nill'113ER Laborer II 362 Water 721 II 614 338 358 376 252 688 517 293 192 477 II II II II II II II II II Customer Service Clerk Laborer 90'-fll. 9o46 417 815 9o45 793 9o49 9o43 9o47 9050 9o48 II School Custodial Worker II Laborer School Custodial Worker Laborer II II II II DEPARTMENT II II II II II II II II II II School _ II " II II 90'-fll. II 348 433 631, 825 588 483 483 692 433 755 813 825 School Custodial Worker II II II II II II II II II II II (28) II II II II II II II II DATE EFFECTIVE 5/30/67 5/4/67 6/9/67 6/5/67 6/13/67 6/6/67 6/5/67 6/5/67 6/15/67 6/6/67 6/1/67 6/17/67 5/1/67 5/1/67 5/4/67 5/4/67 5/2/67 4/3/67 5/1/67 5/3/67 5/1/67 5/3/67 5/1/67 5/23/67 6/6/67 6/7/67 5/25/67 5/29/67 5/29/67 6/1/67 5/22/67 4/10/67 5/25/67 4/25/67 3/20/67 4/5/67 RACE cm cm cm cm cm cm wm wrn cm cm cm wf cm wm cm cm cm cm cm cm cm cm cm cm cm cm wm cm cm cm cm cm cm cm cm cm �J':,,;-, C ;i -::;:, POSIT, NUMBER ""'0 .Z ~ E.Al --3 CLASS DEPARTMENT DATE EFFECTIVE RACE - --- - ix \ 01'1 ' 0 3 ,?I vl'l _::_8) l S-im.s, Albert L, Sims, John W. Stefford , steve Swinger, Leonard S-wi.."1.~ey, Jerrell Thomas, Fred L. Thompson, Charles A. Bell, John Baker Burks, Glen H.,Sr. Butts, Thomas Jenkins, Howard B. Jewell, John T. Johns, Eddie Lee Johnson, Melvin Rice, Betty L. Royal, D. C. St. John, Pa..mela J, Saylor, Raymond Scott, Bobby Scott, Virginia Sewell, P. V. Se;ynour, A. E. Shippy, Mary Ellen Steverson, Ruby L. Talton, Susan M. Tourand, Helen Crit tenton, Charles Dallis , Ernest Haslett , Martha S. Holcombe, George W, Hunt , Judith A. Jackson , Jen.~ifer L, Jones, Theodore E, Kindell , Willie Ll. g,l it , James L, Mahone , Willie W, Mangram , Esker Yiartin , Johnny B.,Jr, Mason, Robert M, School Custodial Worker II II II II II II II II " " II II II Typist Clerk Ass't,Broadcast-Pro.Dir. Typist Clerk School Custodial Worker II Typist Clerk Key Punch Operator Electrician Stenograpier Senior Typist Typist Cle:irk Stenograpier School Custodian II Stenograpier Clerk Personnel Assistant I Stenograpier School Custodial Worker School Custodian II II II " " (29) 825 633 439 695 826 567 483 432 635 592 623 826 825 790 808 658 1086 629 357 1150 848 913 739 37 359 837 455 447 862 662 871 862 824 795 610 562 1163 484 631 School II II II " II II II II II II II II II II II "" II II II " " II II II "II "II II 5/29/67 3/6/67 3/16/67 3/1/67 4/5/67 4/3/67 3/1/67 6/22/67 6/21/67 6/22/67 3/13/67 6/23/67 4/17/67 6/20/67 5/18/67 5/15/67 4/24/67 3/30/67 4/5/67 3/20/67 4/21/67 5/8/67 3/13/67 4/27/67 6/7/67 5/31/67 6/26/67 6/26/67 5/8/67 6/16/67 4/17/67 6/19/67 4/4/67 6/26/67 3/15/67 5/29/67 3/28/67 3/20/67 5/25/67 cm cm cm cm cm cm cm cm cm cm cm cm cm cm wf wm wf cm cm wf wm wm wf cf wf wf cm cm wf wm wf wf cm -cm cm cm cm cm wm �"":x , ~~ · -·-"'" ' -, 11.A.!.IB POSIT. NUMBER CLASS DEPARTMENT DATE EFFECTIVE RACE .-i x \ ~g ·, ~ ~ en ~lJ I -<2.J r ! 1v:a yes, Curtis, Jr. -1ays, Johnny G. Eaxwell, Fddie L. HcGinty , Erroll Wnitlow, Josepi Walker, Barron Waller, Gerald Williams, Jarnes Cit Williams, Ronald Willis, Richard J. Wilson, John Wilson, Samuel Worthy, Bobby L. Wri ght, John M. Trimble, Donald Turner , J esse H. Meroney, Pat Wo Miller, Roberts. Nixon, J. C. Yarbr ough , Michael G. Waters, Kathie F. West, Cynthia J. Widemon , Ben F. Williamson , L. T. .A21thony, David M. Bailey, Charles L. Bailey, Jame s A. Ponder, C.H. Baulson, .1U.fred E. Bibbs, ~.2.rion L. Blessitt, Claude L. Carey, Alonza G. Collins, Okey, Jr. Daniel, Nathaniel Epps , James H. School Custodian 531 465 417 503 lOOJ J78 815 691 789 616 391 779 357 819 417 499 9002 II II II - School Custodial Worker II II II II Carpenter Programmer Trainee Draftsman I Draftsman I Typist Clerk Typist Clerk Plumber Draftsman I School Custodial Worker 8'+5 575 575 1149 II II II II II II II II II II II II 562 II II 911 720 606 692 1162 801 789 ?OJ J48 417 II II II II II II 605 II II School II II- 4/10/67 J/15/67 J/22/67 J/29/67 6/23/67 J/Jo/67 4/J/67 J/16/67 J/28/67 4/17/67 J/2/67 J/7/67 3/20/67 4/3/67 5/4/67 J/Jl/67 5/15/67 5/1/67 J/20/67 3/20/67 5/11/67 6/1/67 4/12/67 5/23/67 3/30/67 J/22/67 J/16/67 5/8/67 3/20/67 4/28/67 J/16/67 6/6/67 5/22/67 II 588 II 510 5/29/67 II II 3/30/67 (JO) cm cm cm cm cm cm cm cm cm cm cm cm cm cm cm cm wm wm wm wm wf wf cm wm cm cm cm cm cm cm cm cm cm cm cm �CLASS ~-, Ji; 0 ~ -n ., :i, _:- '!.I BtlJ.ew , Sandra Barron, T. J. Britt, D. C. Brow-n, Delores s. Brown, Flynn N. F.dwards, Audrey Ruch Evans, E. H. Fanning, Larry B. Ferrell, Nolan Fitzpatrick, Melvin Flower, Frank Leon Gamble, Margaret A. Green, R. S. Gregory, Samuel Griffin, James R. Griner, Katherine M. Harley, C. E. Harrison, O. C. Bl anton, Harcia Ann Posea , Faye Evans Cd.oms, J olm Davis Ovme s, Ler ay Pap , John Light, J ames .Leonard Bawlosn, Alfred Eugene Bl essitt, Claude Leroy Williams, Ronald Bailey , J a..rnes Arthur Bailey, Charles Lewis Harrison , O. c. Eaxwell , F.d.di e Lewis Mays, J ohn,~y Cartr ell Ro zier , Dermis Leon Stafford , Steve Willia.'lls, James Clyde Mangram , Esker Saylor , Raymond McGinty, Err oyl Epps , James Hildret Stenographer Carpenter Broadcast Engineer Typist Clerk Building Custodian Typist Clerk Duplicating Machine Opr. School Custodial Worker 11 II II Typist Clerk Statistician School Custodial Worker II Typist Clerk Audicvisual Tech I. School Custodial Worker Typist Clerk Senior Typist School Custodial Worker II Clerk School Custodial Worker II II II II POSIT. NUMBER DEPARTMENT 22 School 9005 158 39 1113 832 1093 787 433 600 818 ll51 ll57 703 826 830 73 678 1151 869 3$4 815 ll5 610 801 703 789 692 II 562 II 678 417 465 813 439 691 1163 629 503 510 II ii It II II II II II II (Jl ) ?'.) 1'1 3g_l It It II II It It II II II II It It It It II II II II II DATE EFFECTIVE 4j4j67 5/22/67 1/3/67 5/1/67 1/4/67 4/16/67 3/29/6'7 3/21/67 6/7/67 5/1/67 4/3/67 5/1/67 5/29/67 4/5/67 4/24/67 5/2/67 5/24/67 3/15/67 6/12/67 6/16/67 3/29/67 5/4/67 4/11/67 3/15/67 3/20/67 3/16/67 3/28/67 3/16/67 3/22/67 3/15/67 3/22/67 3/15/67 3/20/67 3/16/67 3/16/67 3/28/67 3/30/67 3/29/67 3/30/67 RACE wf cm wm cf cm wf cm cm cm cm cm cf wm cm cm cf cm cm cf wf cm cm wm cm cm cm cm cm cm cm cm cm cm cm cm cm cm cm cm �i )( , Ji_; POSIT. NJ.ME . ,;-\ JjJ lJ 0 . "';";;\ ~Q' CLASS School Custodial Worker fu.--ner , Jesse Boward WaL1-cer, Barron Anthony, David Pd.lton ~.a.yes, Curtis Jr. Releford, Curtis Scott, Bobby Dennie Gregory, Samuel Martin, Johnny Benjamin Jr. Thomas, Fred Lee Brown, Glynn Norris Sims, John William Lowe, Jerry Laborer Collins, Bobby Lee School Custodial Worker II Jenkins, Howard Bernard Page, George Cleveland Jro Laborer Johns, F.ddie Lee School Custodial Worker II Flower, Frank: Leon II Griffin, James Robert II Rowl and , James Clinton II Willis, Richard Jerome II Fitzpatrick, Melvin II Biles, :M.a.rion Lewis Thomas, Roy William Laborer II Sewell, Fred Ernest II Radford, Charles William II Pryor, Linds ey Jro II Henderson, Freddy NUMBER 499 378 606 531 692 J57 70J 484 567 lllJ 6JJ 244 444 623 2J7 825 818 826 DEPARTMENT School II II II II " II II II II II II II II II 755 616 600 789 259 261 238 9049 9046 r--<l17'RO r' Qpy ~ ()p,1y �-5are five departments that I know of that have made considerable progress in this thing -- Firer Police, Construction, Sanitary, and Comptroller. I think the Water Department can do more. •l Mr. Farris read the letter sent to the Mayor by the Atlanta Summit Leadership Conference and referred each request that was made in . the letter to the proper persons . A copy of this letter is attached to and made a part of these minutes. He also added, "I think the City has done a very creditable job in absorbing Negroes in its departments in the City government. Paul (Mr~ Weir), I have had some criticism of the Water Department." vestiga;te.11 Mr. Weir answered saying, "We will certainly inQ. V. Williamson said that Mr. Weir could help out a lot by employing a Negro to work in the Water Department on the first floor of City Hall. He said that most of the Negroes who go to City HaB. never go beyond the first floor and that if they could see a Negro working there on the first floor, it would get a lot of people "off his back" ., Mr. Weir mentioned the fact that the Water Department has several Negroes out in the f ield, and also he stated that "If we can get a qualified Negto , the n we will put them in there." Mr. Farris asked Mr. Wi l :l.i tuna on to report to the Atlant a Summit Leadership Con- fe . ~ce o n the items that concerned the Job Opportunities Com1 mitt: e, ~ - - - -- ~ - ~ w~, L..._, - -- ~~ - -- l c'o~v ~ ,.. �r i,,• '. ' . . ·. ; ... ,' '.. ' I I, -6· There being no further business~ the meeting was declared adourned. Respectfully submitted, CARL PAUL Acting Secretary I • cbt ~our (4) Attachments r' I ll ,.l �·--'~- · June s. 1967 Mr. J. J. · Little Clerk of the Board of Aldermen Atlanta. Georgia . .. Dear Mr. Little: '-· I would appreciate your advising the Board of Aldermen that I have hereby appointed Paul Weir to serve on the City Job Opportunities Committee upon th~ retirement of Stafford G raydon. ,;it~ . Respe ctfully yours., Ivan Allen, Jr. Mayor IAJ'r'br • l , CC: Mr. Paul Weir Gen. , Carl Suthek'land / ,; " . . . ~ ,.. ·.:.·' ~ _ ____ _ _ . -~ --..-.. ;ru.-.v j -n:T? I �._:, ,.,.,_, ~ ==.J _ \~~ _ __ _ __ _ _ __ liia' A,,o_, L-.._,,.. • __.J__ ~ -~ ~- -- = ~- - =~ · - ~ Ao.10:.> "illi= = == = -=~= · - -= - ,· ' t 0~3X " j ' S/16/67 ... , ... . ELIGIBLE RBGIS'r'ERS ON WHICH TEE ~ . AFE NEGOOES IN THE TOP-THIU!.E ' .. u ,, ACCOU1IT!lJG ASSISTA!IT II • oo vacMcy AIP-1::0m' PATROU1P.N - No. 3 applicant is colored - wrote :S/ll/67 (no I repl y ;vot.5 AUDIO- VISUAL TECffil!GIAN I - Only 2 on l ist., both colore"l ( Reason t hey give for not hir-...nz ie that 011e has a court record and t he other · one is going in service 1n a couple of r.x,nt hs.) IDILDI NG- n ~P'ECTOR I - no vacancy l3JYBR I - no vacancy - one ant icipated CARPE?;'!'ER - only one applicc.1.1t 1ho ie colored, baa questionable c9Url raco1-d, but he.a been referred. CLZ.'\K - ne~ · appears on list in second placa i- _r.o vacancy co 1rnmITI cr:-ITE..-q Di nE.CTOR - colored eligibles cannot meet schedw.e of work. CO.*JNITY RFJJP.EATIOM I.BADER DOPLICA.l 'IUG /,$S'L':';TPJJT - no v:,,cency ELECTRICIAU - ~ vacancy ELECTROtn:CS T.ECHlITCI~J - no vacancy EfJGI UEZRilID AIDE I £QUIF ~ In' OPCFJiTOR I - first e.pplico.nt i s CIDO"UlIDSICECFER .- no :vacancy IDUSDJG CODE L~f'ECTOR I - no vacancy KEY PUUCH TRAD!r..13 - no vacancy tut·,cm - no vaceno:, tIDSSE:!GER CLEP.l{ - no v acanc7 ?T0!1SE t-t\?IDN • no vacenoy FAINTER - · I' col ored end reterrei 5/10/67 �··.·. . ,· .' . ., • , • I f ' ./ Page -2PAllKS Pitl'ROLMAN ~ PARKS TRAINEE - no ... .. _c.mcy '. SCHOOL . CUSTODIAL \,'ORKER - all applicants are negroes h SCHOOL CUSTODIA.l~ - sJJ. a.Pr. .lic~,ts ru:-e negroes - no v.acaboy ,.I , sr.'~IU'l'Y GUAt'W - n.o vacency SEHI-SY.!LLED WORKER - 3. appllca:.ot a.ra negroes · SENIOR CLE11K - CUST·O:-IBR SERVICE CLER."IC - one negro on list ie in second place - no vacancy 'i'Ab"11Ll.l'Il-!O EQ1Jll'i•l1Th'T OPEP•.ATOR I - no vacancy • TELEP?)NS MA.Il'T"B?U.NCE MAN - no vacancy TRAFFIC CHECKER -~ PR0~10TIONAL E!.IGI3LE REGISTERS " .. . . \ ASSISTANT SCHOOL· GROUNDS · FOREJ1AN ( OOARD OF EDUCATION) • no vacancy BAILIFF I • no vacancy (Cffl- rJIDE RBGISTER).EQUI PMEm OPE.RAl'O~ -I ( COI;JSTRUCTIOU) . onl.7 2 &pPlioants, both colo~ . . EQUIFMENT OPERATOR II (CONSTRUCTION) · . tho two '~olored l!l8n h!lv waived certification tor existing vacancies. EQUifl!Etl': OPERATOR II (' ATER ~PARTHl::ltt)1 .- no .vacancy ' ' LAOORER II ( C0?:3TRUC'!'IOii ) ... all .3 applicants o colored MAIN'!'EN.MiCE }?ECIWUC ( OOAIID OF EDUCATION) - no veetmcy PARKS CUSTODIAU · (PARKS) . .. Ri!mONAL Cts'l'OMA..ll - ' . no ·vacancy . ' JI.. r ' SUPE.llm0i? :. 2 colored on lit.t (OOARD OF EDUCATION) L o SC1DOL KAINTlt~A?roE MJi'.,CRANIC I { ro.ARD OF EDUCATION) 3 colored on list-notified .I · department 4/2$/67. ,_.j ' . •' .; j ' I • �A , 41 I ~ / J t ~.!_ !~f~'..1~·.._,.~ -..--"- -- -- - - - - --<~ ~.:.oi--- - - - - OU I Y. .. ... . . "c."- -· : ,,/ ' I I ,• ,', }.' .....:, I I ' ' ••.-:_ i'f' .. Pass -3- smrr-srJ:Lti..,~ ~;ro:rum.J:t I ( ·!A'I."'.ffi. DEPART lBNT) - top 3 colored ' SE!UOR T!PIS'.i'-..,~1K ( POLICE DEPA.~) • one appears on list 1n II i SEWE~tt Sfu'N.tCE!t,.'\U I! ( CO!'iSTROCTIOH) -~ top 3 col ored C TA1.1DE!! DID-ill EQtm !.wn' OBRATOR I ( CONSTI11JC?I01)i j - no vacancy0 TRADES B.EU'Es.1 ( BOARD OF EpUCATl:On) - top 3 colored. W~TE COLLECTION DRIVER (SA.\"ITARY) • ill ) colored • ASTE COLLEC'?OR II (SAI TARY) • top ·3 col orad iI I I . ·ii". l ~ t. ,.t I. I ·, : ., . . I. I L I I I !' coo~,. place , �~- { ·)l'. 11 . ; .. ; I I I_., '•~', . .. ,I .· i rJ/16/67 ! .. 1' ,I . SINCE JANUARY l, 1964, NEGROES RAVE mEN APPOIN'mD TO THE FOLIDl'f.mG CLASSES FOR THE FIRST Til!E: I·' AIRFIELD MAINTENANCE MECHANIC I ! AIRFIELD 1/JJNTENANCE 1m:HANIC II AIRPORT PATROIMAN 'i i i AUDIO-VISUAL TECHNICIAN I i ·! AUDIO-VISUAL MHNICIAN II · AUTOMOTIVE MECHANIC ' iI I • i ' ! ' .I l !. AUTOMOTIVE SERVICEMAN II CARPENTER CORRECTICN OFFICER. I DUPLICATING ASSISTANT DUPLICATING MACHINE OPERATOR I ENGINEERING AIDE I GENERAL MAINTENANCE MECHANIC .I GOLF ST.ARTER GUARD HEAVY EQUIPMENT MECHANIC HOUSING ronE INSPECTOR I • I IDENTIFICATION AND REXlORDS TECHNICIAN I ·INCINERATOR OPWTOR I INCINERATOR OPERATOR II KEY. PUNCH OPERATOR tAJJORA TOR'! mHNICIAN tAtoR FOREMAN I,AN OOOAPE ARCHITECT I,ANPtllJAl'E ,PESIOJER (l) I, . . . . . . . . .. . . ..~-.. . . ..,-~-·-·". . 3 ~---·-· -~,:~.. .,. . . ._,___ ~ . rff:iW1 \" . ---'·h - __________ Jft - - - · ·- -· A - ~I ( xr r~o\ - \ t ot•v ' �A~UJ d - - -- ~--,--ti1143.215.248.552x lL .. "\ 0<13 ~ -- - ~;:.i .: .,.'.:"" ~ . .. ' : . ;, , :. ......;(..·-·~.·.· · I. L. .J ~Otl3X I SINCE JANUARY l, 1964, NroROES HAVE BEEN APPOINTED 'ro THE FOLIOWING CLASS!iS FOR THE FIRST TIME . ·i. .I... ' ..i, . MACHINIST ii . ' jl ' . ·1 • I MASON METER MECHANIC I .! I J , MILITARY PROPERTY CUSTODIAN I NURSE-MATRON PAINTER I PARKING METER SERVICEMAN i 'I'I PARKS CUSTODIAN ! ·, • PARKS PATROIMAN PLASTERER PLUMBER. REGIONAL CUSTODIAL SUPERVISOR ROOFER SANITATION ASSISTANT INSPECTOR SANITATION INSPECTOR SCHOOL MAINTENANCE MECHANIC I SCHOOL MAIN TENANCE MECHANIC TI .,I SECURITY GUARD r SENIOR CLERK SEN IOR STENOORAPHER SENIOR 'lYPIST CLERK STATISTICIAN STOREKEEPER I TANDEM IDMP EQUIPMENT OPERATOR TENNIS PROFESSIOOAL (2) • . I ___________ 3iL __~ ------- . -~ ----·--··----- ---1,· ·· it:: ,., ~· , ..:...:. ~ ·1 ' I ~ · · - · ·.~ �L-- -~----- b.-4~f~·-·~-~.;-;-;.,;. . ___ . . . . . .__ ~_;JJ.1 ~ - . ---- .-.- - - - --, .-.-.,- , _ _ ...,..~g~Jiio--""'4 ,· SINCE JANUARY l., 1964., NEGROES HAVE EEF.N APPOlNTED 'ro THE FOLlOi'TING CLASSES FOR THE FIRST TM .,., TREATMENT PLANT OPERATOR TREE TRIMMER I . TREE TRIMMER II WATER POLLUTICN CONTROL FOREMAN WATER SERVICES FOREMAN I WATER SERVICES INSPECTOR WATER SERVICES SUPERVISOR WATER WORKS MECHANIC ---...- Total Numper of CI.asses•• - • . I <3> . Jf~ --.. .-.. . . ... . _.... _..._. . . . ---·---- - ~~L . . . . -i_ ..... ·-. , ~• 1 ....., I ' ~ ~ ____J""' ~. $8 fi:rno--y\ ( I,-,. _1 �.r . •\ I 7 ·,s Atla nt a Summit L.. , ,., c·-.- ~-' " ::onf erence , A Coordinating Coalition of Atlanta Organiz at_;_ons and Community Leadership. Primary Sponsors: NAAC?, Ope~ation Breadbasket, Atlanta · Negro Voters League, All-Citizens Registration Committee and ACCA. Summit .Co-Chairmen: . J~sse Hill, Jr., .Rev •. $. W. Williams and Alderman Q. V. Williamson. i .Subject: .( State of Our City and the Negro Community, special requests and concerns. Presented by Special City Affairs Committee. Our Committee is here to reaffirm its interest and confidence in the future of Atlanta and to express our desire to share in the responsi" bility of ·its continued growth and greatness. . It is our d~sire a~d intention to share at all leveli an~ in all areas. This morning we wish to make the following requests and express concerns indica~ed: .I. Special Requests : A. ·"' I 1 . The appointment of a Negro to Deputy Staff level in the Personnel Dept., under General Sutherland, and the hiring of a Negro Recruiter. B. An Equal Employment Opportunity clause with in enfor~ement provisions in all City Purchasing Contracts. C. The immediate desegregation of the Main Library staff and the desegregation and merit promotion of personnel in branch staffs. D. The hiring of Negro Housing ~nspectors. E. The hiring of Negr6 J~dges in the- Traffic·~nd Municipal Courts not as Ad Hoc Judges but regular Judgeship statu~. F. The Installation of an Information Desk in l9bby of. City Hall. G. The revival . of the -City's Equal Employment Opportunity Committee, for11Je·r ly headed by the late Alderman John A. White, and included the late Attorney A. T• .Wolden and Clarence Coleman. ~ H. Second Request for a list and description including · purpose and top staff of all federal funded or assisted programs of the City of Atlanta. This request was made many. months ago shortly after Mr. Dan Sweat was named to his current · positi6n • . JI . H~using ~rban Renewal, Mode1 Cities . . Our Community and our City Governm~nt are on a "collision · cou1~s e" i n Urban: Renewal, Housing the :prop·osed Model. Ci ties Prog~am• . We have already informed~yoy of our ·end~rsement of our community positiori on Rousing as setforth by the NMCP th r ough President A. M. Davis. -·..,, ' ,· , ,.·- ~"--~-~---··· .. - ! : . • ..• • ,.. , , ·. ~, r 'r.oi-:'r1, --.--- - - - - -.....- ·- 1 f ~~ r-~ ~.-u ,,,._ ____, ., , 1,r,' . ~ I 1 , u ·,,...., �w..~ - - - = - - == ===""'1 , ,,n.,, O tLI X / --,- \ l .. . ! \ The Atlanta Summit i.eadersh'ip Confe.rence I • 1 ·I. !I I · May 10 , 19~7 . I I· I i ., Page 2 I ' I•! ... -····· .. . Mayor Ivan Allen, Jr ·1 • • ~ .. f' • . .., I.! """" ' ' ., ,. - ...,,,.._.. , ·' -.. ~ t' H I!., •• , • • • .,• We take this opportunity to inform you of our endorsement of the I I . ,_ 1 , 1 ·., f pr oposals submitted by Re~. John Hood on "Model Cities" including 11 ! ! immediate action for changes- in the Executive Board. 1 i that the Planning Fund Request, ·T echnical Advisory Board be revised to .~ ·we also request include our suggestion for Negro experts to b~ incl~ded (plu~ other job categories). U:rban Renewal , The Negro Community has seen Urban · Renewal too often implern~nted We also see it as ,business and sizable financial transactions, where representatives of our race have been excluded from major financial transactions, a crucial item that could along with other i-lls in Model Ci ties, · and Housing ca·use Atlanta to lose the Negro Community support of all Federal HUD . Programs, a strong united complaint from our community to HUD Secretary Robert Weaver requesting a h.a l t in HUD funds for Atlanta. as "Negro Remo~al· i ! I i I iI i i ii The crucial case in point.is the Rockdale Project. (Alderman Wil.liamson will explain our ;)osi tion) where a Negro church, Union Baptist is the sponsor, a Negro architect and Negro igents are pri. marily involved. ! .! ' Ii ..I I i ' ,, I: -III. In view of the evils and discrimination uncovered by Alderman Wi lliamson recently in the City Construction Department, we request a survey or investigation of all city departments. The investigating staff should include representatives of the Equal Employm~nt Opportunities Committee and the City Human Relations Commission. · '. . . We also request i summary report of invol~ement. of ~egroes in. the City Government (staff and policy) ·and a summary repor\ of the status of compliance of Atlanta with the Civil Rights · Law. Negroes · are still . receiving public accommodation insults in our city.· ,._".,.'i'. ., IV. We request a Crash Program to correct the many years of discriminati on in the location of park , facilities and the quality of park facilities and golf courses in our ' city. v. -.l i I: . . . · We . wish to apologize -to Alderman ·Williamson for· this pe'rsonal Status of Alderman Q. V. Williamson . .r -. . I !( ~ · Park Facilities . .. I. ef~ re n~e • . He hijd no knQwl edee tha~ this item wQuld be in~ludedr !. ..... . ,. t I!I l �A 1.11), J I ou,,x A ,41J_:} ~ 1°..]' .'..!J 7 -~ ' - _____ · :. - . ... ··-···----···- - ·-- ·- . ·- __ ______},_ , -·- ·· -- .' ' ' ' .... ~ I. ' ' . The Atlanta Summit Leadership Co.of erence ... .... Mayor I van Allen, · Jr · · ... · ·-···· . Page 3 I. .._ .' . ..., I 1· ' .' I r • . -· .., .. · --r .. . . ..,.• . • • •' 1·' .. ···- · ' . . May lO, 1967. ,I t. I • •' I. J. ' I ,. " • ..•• , ... ,, I . i '. • I However, we note th~t you have appointed every one in his tenure class or older to charimanships of committees but him. In the case of _Hugh Pierce he has a chair~anship and a vice chairmanship. Mr. Williamson has neither a chairmanship nor a vice chairmanship. We suggest that he be considered as chairman of the Equal Employment Op- . portunity Committee to succeed the late John Wt)ite as a beginning to correct this situation. · ! .· . '. . w-· ,: ._. .' '" .. . . .. ~ ,'...· ., ., • ,: J, 1 ... ' I .. • ..... • ~· · I" �G,; ; THE ATLANTA PUBLIC LIBRARY Adan �~ --:::- -·- ' ~- I pr o:;;:o t i o n als" I I I f t he r e ar e o n ly on e o r two wi.10 qu c :i.i:::y , he may . . ! .I i -equest tha t t he j ob be f i ll ea. b y ope:r:. - c om. e t itive e;-~a..'1\in ati o n., u • Coleman ask c. if the pr omo t i o na .... s ys te:cl. o - ..:i l. i ng job s wa s a l aw o f the ?er sonne l Bo ard l' rv::c ~ Graydon answe r e d by s a yi n g . , t hat i t wa s an act o f the l eg i sl ature~ He s tat e d that h e a nd Ca rl Su therl and oppo s ed t h e a pprov al of the a c_t, bu t th e l e gis- latu r e adopted i t o Fo l l owi n g the d iscus s i on o f t he Ci ty' s promot ional ,,.· sy s ,.::em, c .. D., Co::'..eman said that he wo u ld th a t ike t o me n t i on t h fa c t about half of th ~ neg r o es wh o apply for j ob s o the r t h an Lab o rer do ~ot pass t h e e xaminations .. Co leman s u gge s t ed th at a training prog:cam be set up t o he l p mor e ne g ro'es pas s examina t ' o n s. Mr . White ag r eed that a training p r o g ram would be bene_fi c ia l t o _ negroes. He appoint ed Carl Su the r lan d and together on setting u p a traini . p_ogram. c. .... , .. · -\ - ..- .. .. D. Coleman t o work He al so appr ove d th e suggestion of Mru Col ema n t hat a negr o be hi red to go i n t o t h e I colored s ch o ols to recru i t neg ro es ~o r City employmento I ! ,. Car~ Suthe rl and r e ad a li st which included stati sti cs of employmen·.: by the City o f Atl anta from Octobe1::_ 5 r 1964 1_ t h _rou gh J une 30 , 1965. Aft er hearing tne figures q1~oted i n this list (a c opy of whi ch is ;:ittached a n d made a p a rt o :f th ese minutes ) the , I I . J memb e r a of the Committe e ag r e e d that good pr o gre ss is being made, (( , in providing equa l opportunities for negroes for employment with . :.:., ! I -- ---- - -- - - II - - - - - - -~- • - , - • -• I �. ~> ~ .... -...- ~:. .·_ th e C~ty of t lantao A s~ggestion wa s m~ce by C o Do Col eman that Mr o Paul We ir be asked · t o :)resent a repo :..: '.: con c e r n.; n i r-, -~1e W-:.,·_2 _ the _ :::o g ress made Depar t ment :.'...n pr ovidins equal o~)_;_:ior tuni. :,,e s for empl oyr,lent for both white ~nd co lor 2do ~n e Cha i rman and mem- be rs of t1:e Co rr:.:.i_·;: tee con c ur red tha t Mr o Coleman 's suggestio n was a good o ne anc t h a t Mr o Weir vmuld be i n cluded at t :1.c. nex eetir-.g., '.:1herc being n o f urther business, the meet :i ·- 1 wa s uclj our, _c.., Respectfully submitted, 11 : 1 At:tachme:-.t !I I I ' ,i .I \" l I I I, I .-....· · ·'., . .LL . l . .-:_ . ... -.:.. I ' I .. . ~ -. I, . �- - ·- - -- -- -- - EMPLOYMENT BY CITY OF ATLANTA JULY 11 1965 through SEPTEMBER 24, 196$ TOTAL NUMBER OF APPOINTMENTSs WIITTEa • 245 NEGRO& . 338 . 31, ' TOTAL NUMBER OF APPOINTMENTS TO CLASSES OF LABORER., BUILDING CUSTODIAN, WASTE COLLECTOR, PORTER, BtµLDINO CLEANER, AND CADDY MASTERS WHITE: NEGROa 32 . ' . 301 SI X NEGROES WERE EHPLOYED IN SIX CL.ASSES WHICH JULY 1 1 1965, ~ {) .· I I NCLUDED ONLY WHITE JOB OCCUPANTS. THESE CLASSES ARE: ·. CLERK II, ~ CLERK III, GENERAL l'1AINTENANC~ MECHANIC I, IDENT!FICATION ·AIDi I, KEY ._ PUNCH OPERATOR, AND WATER SEijVICE INSPECTOR. . . . -· UNTIL ·, ~ · �' -. I I INFORMATION CONCERNING THE PERSONNEL OPERATION t I FROM fI MARCH 29, 1965 THROUGH JULY 2, 1965 I. A. LABORER Applications Received 0 B,. 570 BUILDING CUSTODIAN ~--· Applications Received Tested 316 252 316 Applications Received -252 Tested••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 79~75% 64 Have not reported for written exam .............. 20.25% 100.00% II. A. B. III . APPLICATIONS RECEIVED (Excluding Laborer, Building Custodian and Promotional Examinations.) 1,735 2,246 White Colored J,981 Total APPLICAi1TS TESTED 1,480 1,538 White Colored 3,018 Total ., Many people who apply for a position do not report for the examination. The following figures show the percentage for both white and colored not reporting. COLORED 2,246 Colored Applications Received 1,538 Colored Applicants Tested•••••• ••••• 708 Colored Applicants have not r epor ted f or wri tten exam•• ••• •• •• ••• ••• • •••• 68.48% 31.52% 100. 00% I �I,I .. Page 2 WHITE 1,735 White Applications Received 1,480 White Applicants Tested••••••••••••• 255 White Applicants have not reported for written exam•••••••••••••••••••• e All Persons Taking Written Exams 3,0:i.8 Total -1,271 Passed 1,747 Failed - 42.11% 57.89% 100.00% B. All Persons Passing Written Exams 1,271 Total -401 Colored 870 White 31.55% 68.45% 100.00% c. All Persons Failing Written Exams 1,747 Total -1,137' Colored 610 White 65.08% 34.92% 100.00% D. All Colored Taking Written Exams 1,538 Total - 401 Passed 1,137 Failed 14,70% 100.00% w.. · IV. EXAMINATION STATISTICS A. 85.30% - 26.07% 73.93% 100.00% �I INFORMATION CONCERNING THE PERSONNEL OPERATION FROM JANUARY 1, 1965 THROUGH MARCH 26, 1965 I. A. LABORER Applications Rece!ved B. ... . 530 BUILDING CUSTODIAN Applications Received Tested 582 256 582 Applications Received -256 T~sted ......•...........•..•••.••.•...... 43,99% 326 Have not reported for written exam•••••• 56.01% 100,.00% II. A. APPLICATIONS RECEIVED (Excluding Laborer, Building Custodian and Promotional Examinations) 1,918 1,727 3,645 B. White Colored Total APPLICANTS TESTED 1,307 952 2,259 White Colored Total III. Many people who apply for a position do not report for the examination. The following figures show the percentage for both white and colored not reporting. COLORED 1,727 Colored Applic(.tions Received -952 Colored Applicants Tested•••••••••• 55.12% 775 Colored Applicants have not reported for written exam., •• •• •••• • •••••••• 44.88% 100.00% �INFORMATION CONCERNING THE PERSONNEL OPERATION FROM JANUARY 1, 1965 THROUGH MARCH 26, 1965 I, A. LABORER Applications Recefved 530 ,r.. . B, BUILDING CUSTODIAN Applications Received Tested 582 256 582 Applications Received -256 Tested ••....•...........•.••••.••.•••...• 43,99% 326 Have not reported for written exam•••••• 56.01% 100,.00% II. A. ., APPLICATIONS RECEIVED (Excluding Laborer, Building Custodian and Promotional Examinations) 1,918 1,727 J,645 B. APPLICANTS TESTED 1,307 952 2,259 III. White Colored Total White Colored Total Many people who apply for a position do not report for the examination. The following figures show the percentage for both white and colored not reporting. COLORED 1,727 Colored Applic,.tions Received - 952 Colored Applicants Tested•••••••••• 55.12% 775 Colored Applicants have not reported for written exam••••••••••••••••••• 44.88% 100.00% �I' r Page 2 1-1-65 - 3-26-65 (Continued) WHITE 1,918 White Applications Received -1,307 White Applicants Tested••••••••••••• 68.14% 611 White Applicants have not reported for written exam ••e•••••••••••••••••31.86% - - 'lit.. · 100.00% IV. EXAMINATION STATISTICS A. All Persons Talcing Written Exams 2,259 Total ~873 Passed 1,386 Failed B. 38.65% 61.35% 100.00% A11 ·Persons Passing Written Exams 873 Total -206 Colored 667 White - 23.60% 76.40% ioo.00% c. All Persons Failing .Written Exams i ,386 Total - 746 Colored 640 White - D. 53.82% 46.18% 100 .. 00% All Colored Taking Written Exams 952 Tot al -206 Passed ~ 746 Failed - 21.64% 78.36% 100. 00% �r-. Page 3 1-1-65 - 3-26-65 (Continued) E. All White Taking Written Exams 1,307 Total -667 · Passed - 6/40 Failed• - 51.03% 48.97% 100.00% -!if' . V. COMPARISON DATA, · This information will be on the basis of average per working day. This excludes Laborer, Building Custodian and Promotional Exams. l-1-65 through 3-26-65 (60 Days) Applications Received Applicants Tested , Passed Failed 'IDTAL AVERAGE 3,645 2,259 873 1,387 61 38 15 23 �.. December 29, 1964 /11,J. . .·.v>'- lF-•·cf ;
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Box 18, Folder 20, Document 15

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  • Title: Box 18, Folder 20, Document 15
  • Text: June 6, 1967 , The Mayor’s City Job Opportunities Committee convened at 3:00 p. m. Tuesday, June 6, 1967, in Committee Room No. 2, City Hall. The following were present: Milton G. Farris, Chairman Carl Paul (representing Carl T. Sutherland) Ray A. Nixon Paul Weir Robert D. Speer (representing S. W. Graydon) Q. V. Williamson Messrs. S, W. Graydon and Clarence D, Coleman, members, were absent. Mr. Paul Weir, General Manager of the Water De- partment, was appointed to the Committee to fill the vacancy created by Mr. S. W. Graydon, who will be retiring next month. A letter to Mr. J. J. Little, Clerk of the Board of Aldermen, from Mayor Ivan Allen, Jr. asking Mr. Little to advise the Board of Aldermen of Mr. Weir's appointment is attached to and made a part of these minutes, After calling the meeting to order, Milton G, Farris, Chairman, asked Carl Paul, Deputy Director of Personnel, for a report from the Personnel Department on its activities and asked that a copy of a letter sent to the Mayor from the Atlanta Summit Leadership Conference be obtained. Next, Mr. Paul read a list of the classifications in whieh Negroes occupy positions. This list is attached to and (S59 (Ene) [ase OOO oe # - - e lias = = —s “Ory -2- made a part of these minutes. Mr. Farris asked if there were any stenographer positions occupied by Negroes, Mr, Paul re- plied, "There are none, but we do have some Negroes in typist positions." Q. V~- Williamson stated, “Our problem in getting good people in the City jobs is the Personnel Department -- the way the people are treated down there," He also said that he had a complaint from his daughter who went to the Personnel Depart- ment to apply for Junior Accountant, Williamson said that his daughter was told by a lady in the Personnel office that probably she didn't want to take the examination for Junior Accountant and that she should go back to the board to find some other type of position for which she would like to apply. Mr. Paul said he was not trying to refute what Mr. Williamson had said, but he explained that the girl in Personnel probably meant for his daughter to go over to the board which contains the announce- ments of the classifications in which positions are vacant to see if she met the minimum requirements for the position for which she was applying. Mr. Paul also added that he had talked to Mr, Sutherland about this particular incident and that Mr. Sutherland indicated that the girl did not meet the minimum re-~- quirements for the position for which she was applying. Mr. ene (Ren a5) 5 ree ee) | XERO XERO] Reon ¥ copy _ - COPY | —S— =) = m 5 , - 7 ’ rr PE . = ~ aa —— Cory an AEP ae " =3— Paul said it was his understanding that the girl was very in- sistent in saying that she wanted to take the examination. for Junior Accountant, though she did not meet the requirements for that classification. Mr, Farris then related an incident that took place in one of the Atlanta Public Libraries. He said that he and some | others went to the Library and that they were "treated like dogs". He said he told those in charge at the Library that if the situation didn't change that they would have to get some new people. Mr. Farris said that if such a situation existed in the Personnel Department that it had better change. Mr. Paul said that if it did exist, he was not aware of it. Q. V. Williamson said that what he thinks the City needs is a recruiter to recruit people and to let the Negroes know that they can qualify for and get these better jobs. When Mr. Farris asked Mr. Paul if the Personnel Department has a re- cruiter, Mr. Paul said that the Personnel Department does have a recruiter who goes out and tries to recruit people. Next, Mr. Paul read a list of eligible registers, a copy of which is attached to and made a part of these minutes, which ineludes Negroes in the top three on the individual registers, pointing out that at the time the lists were made up there were sitensthiekiemetrcimee ean ERO ! Se (xERO| XERO 7 copy P rere oor SS a 3 COPY pm rit a ) -4- no vacnnetee,, He said that the Personnel Department spends money in many professional magazines, trade journals, and newspapers in advertising for applicants for vacant positions. Mr. Farris said that as long as advertising was used instead of a recruiter that the City would never get people. He also stated, "I think what we need to do for this Committee's in- formation so that we can keep up with what we are doing that the Personnel Department ought to set up a record to show how many people they have examined, how many were White and Negro, how many passed the tests, how many were sent to the department heads for interview, and how many were employed." Mr. Paul said that the Personnel Department is making some progress, particularly in promotions. He said, “Two years ago the Negro would have been afraid to have applied in the first place, but now they are being appointed into these posi- tions." He also stated that the Personnel Department has a Training Coordinator, Mr. Farrow, who is setting up a training program to train people in the City government so that they can qualify for promotion, Mr. Nixon added that he and Mr. Farrow had set up a program for the Construction Department and the Sanitary Department laborers in which all who were interested in learning to operate a truck or equipment could participate. Next, Mr, Williamson made the following statement: "There (XERO XERO eae a Copy —-—-———- a [Rene — - a f 7 XEROQ | | Xero A a r ; fn 3 y= 2 a COPY ry i = = cor Ym -5- are five departments that I know of that have made considerable progress in this thing -- Fire, Police, Construction, Sanitary, and Comptroller. I think the Water Department can do more." Mr. Farris read the letter sent to the Mayor by the At- lanta Summit Leadership Conference and referred each request that was made in the letter to the proper persons. A copy of _ this letter is attached to and made a part of these minutes. He also added, "I think the City has done a very creditable job in absorbing Negroes in its departments in the City govern- ment. Paul (Mr. Weir), I have had some criticism of the Water Department." Mr. Weir answered saying, “We will certainly in- vestigate," Q. V. Williamson said that Mr. Weir could help out a lot by employing a Negro to work in the Water Department on the first floor of City Hall. He said that most of the Negroes who go to City Hall never go beyond the first floor and that if they could see a Negro working there on the first floor, it would get a lot of people "off his back". Mr. Weir mentioned the fact that the Water Department has several Negroes out in the field, and also he stated that "If we can get a qualified Negro, then we will put them in there." Mr. Farris asked Mr, Willdemson to report to the Atlanta Summit Leadership Con- ference on the items that concerned the Job Opportunities Com- mittee, {XERO| rxERO| eene} Kero} [Om oOnmy | copy cary} COPY ® =6= There being no further business, the meeting was de- clared adourned, Respectfully submitted, CARL PAUL Acting Secretary ebt Four (4) Attachments ele on in aie [xERO S589] (a5r9| {xeRO! Copy ‘copy cory! ReRe =, =, er a ag -_ — (a — n ’
  • Tags: Box 18, Box 18 Folder 20, Folder topic: City Jobs Opportunities Committee | 1967
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Box 18, Folder 20, Document 17

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  • Title: Box 18, Folder 20, Document 17
  • Text: —— i . fel pean es 5/16/67 ELIGIBLE REGISTERS ON WHICH THERS ARS NEGROES IN THE TOP-TIKCE - poe ae Ae ACCOUNTING ASSISTANT II - no vacancy ; . AIRPORT PATROLMAN - Noe 3 applicant is colored - wrote 5/11/67 (no reply yet) AGDIC-VISUAL TECHITCIAN i« Only 2 on list, both colored (Reason they give for - not hiring 1e that one has a court record and tho other ono is going in service in a couple of months.) BROADCAST ENGINEER - no vacancy BUILDING INSPECTOR I =- no vacancy BUYER I - no vacancy ~ ene anticipated CARPENTER =~ only one applicent who is colored, has questionable court rocord, but has been referred. CLERK - negro appears on list in second place = ne vacancy. commnrry CENTER DIRECTOR - colored eligibles cannot meet schedule of work. COMMUNITY RECREATION LEADER - | ) DUPLICATING sSOTST AM NT - no vacancy ELECTRICIAN = no vacancy ELECTRONICS TECHNICIAN = no vacancy ENGINSERING £Tos I EQUIPMENT OPERATOR I - firat applicant is colored and referred 5/10/57 | GROUNDSREGIER - no vacancy HOUSING CODE INSPECTOR I - no vacancy REY PUNCH TRAINES = no vacancy MASON « no vacancy MESSENGER CLERK - no vacancy NGESE MATRON - no vacancy PAINTER = PARKS MATRON - no vacancy — 4 Awd no ae , MAINTENANCE MECHANIC (BOARD OF EDUCATION) ~ no vacancy r AOD) Ado, ouaR OuImx I. OuAx) " ‘ ven oes Page -2< PARKS PATROLMAN PARKS TRADIEE - no vacancy 8 SCHOOL.CUSTODIAL WORKER ~ an applicants Baw negroes SCHOOL CUSTODIAN - ell applicants are negroes - no vacahcy SSCURITY GUARD = no vacancy a . ) SEMI-SKILLED WORKER = 3. arptisante are negroes - SENIOR CLERK = CUS MSR SERVICE CLERK + one negro on list is in second place = no vacancy «ts SuITCHGOARD OPERATOR : | | TADULATING EQUIPMENT OPERATOR T-no vacancy - TELEPHONS MAINTENANCE MAN = no vacancy TRAFFIC CHECKER = “TREATMENT PLANT OPERATOR - | “
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Box 18, Folder 20, Document 22

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  • Title: Box 18, Folder 20, Document 22
  • Text: December 26, 1963 Negro employees of the City of Atlanta in classes other than Porter, Laborer, Caddy Master, Building Custodian, and Building Cleaner work in the following job categories: Classification Department Negroes currently . working in this classification Airport Utility Worker I Aviation 10 Automotive Serviceman (SSW II) Motor Transport 1 Building Mechanic I Ba/Ed 15 Building Mechanic II Ba/Ed 4 Building Mechanic III Bd/Eda di Community Recreation Leader Parks 6 Equipment Operator I Ba/Ed 1 Equipment Operator I Sanitary 1 Equipment Operator I Water 2 Fireman Fire 18 Groundskeeper Bd/Ed 25 Housing Code Inspector I Urban Renewal 1 Incinerator Trainee Sanitary 3 Labor Foreman Parks 3 *Librarian I Library 2 *Librarian II Library 1 *Librarian III Library i *Library Aide IT Library 1 Nurse Matron Prison 1 Plasterer Bd/Ed 2 Police Detective Police hs Police Lieutenant Police 1 Police Patrolman Police _ 39 Police Sergeant Police iy 1 Prison Matron Police 5 *Statistics for Library current as of 12-13-63. Kitna} xrRO| [xrro rome | ear | — _——— —_—- comey Salary Range 26 28 32 34 36 30 27 Day-27; Night~238 W n nN W 35 26 38 30 28 36 39 42 25 27 37 36 40 35 37 26 (6) xeRo rae Recreation Leader Perks 22 25 Recreation Supervisor Parks a 36 Regional Maint. Supervisor Bd/Ed 1 38 Semi Skilled Worker I Construction 55 - 26 Semi Skilled Worker I Motor Transport 6 26 Semi Skilled Worker I Traffic Engineering 10 26 Semi Skilled Worker I Water 65 26 Sewage Plant Operator I Construction 4 ; 28 Steno Clerk II Bd/Ed 1 30 Switchboard Operator Police 2 24 Trades Helper Ba/Ed 2 28 Typist Clerk II Police 1 27 Waste Collection Driver Sanitary g Day-29;° Night-30 Waste Collection Driver Sanitary (Extra Board) 1 nom u it Water Meter Reader Water 2 30 Total 336 CITY OF ATLANTA SALARIES ACCORDING TO SALARY RANGE Salary Range Monthly Salary for the range 24 ; $225 = 276 25 $234 - 288 26 $244 — 300 27 $254 - 313 28 $265 =— 326 29 $276 = 340 - 30 . $288 = 355 31 . $300 - 370 32 $313 - 386 33 $326 = 403 34 ~ $340 = 420 35 $355 = 438 36 $370 = 457 36 (6) $457 = 555 a7 $386 = 476 ‘ g 38 $403 — 495 39 $420 = 515 40 $438: = 535 41 $457 = 555 42 $476 = 575 BY COMPARISON % Building Custodian (day) Salary Range 18(4) $199 - 244 Building Custodian (night) Salary Range 19(4) $208 = 254 xt nO} x RO} [xrro! KURO Cn ppey comer corey Drapes
  • Tags: Box 18, Box 18 Folder 20, Folder topic: City Jobs Opportunities Committee | 1967
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