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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
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CONTF,HTS TO t>ATI VI: KAVI: NOT RtCEIVED AFfY REPL-lf OR ACdOYLEllCDIDrr
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OF S"'EnS JOHNSON IN OUR CD STAJJ' PLEASE' l.N.TERPRET AND lNVES'ttcAn
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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
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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
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LETTER T EL EGRAM (LTl
For overnlgbt. pJAJo lnnauaae m ~. a t hAU·rMe. M1Dlmum cb4rge rorZ2 word!! oppU~
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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
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J D GRIER, FRED C BENNETTE JR, J C llARO,- JOSEPH E BOONE, .
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Mrs. Ann M. Moses
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FORM 25-6
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�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.
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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
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G. F ·rris
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�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
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rec ived the information he
�July 13, 1967
Mr . J . 1 . Littl
Cl rk of the B rd of Alder
Atla
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De r
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· 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 .
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Allen, Jr.
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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
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�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,
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CARL T. SUTHERLAND
Director of Personnel
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cc: Mr. Milton Farris
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CIT'£ OF ATLANTA - POSITIONS FILLED AS OF SEOJND QUARTER 1967
FOR
IW'nite
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Temporary Employment - Summer Only
(as of June 30, 1967)
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olored
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Female
56
13
69
457
683
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Female
149
161
310
26
25
51
175
186
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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
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Temporary summer- appointments, as of Jur.e 30, 1967.
48% white - 52% colored. Ratio of approximately 1:1 white





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Perman en~ Appointments - April, May, June - 1967
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1381
82
38
120
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Female
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Combined appointments of temr orary summer help, and
permanent appointments, Second Quarter, 1967.
43% white - 57% colored. Ratio of approximately 5:8
white to colored males. Ratio of 2:1, white to colored
females
This report does not include promotions, demotions,
reassignments, reinstatements, transfers, suspensions,
etc., only permanent appointments.
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CLASS
3u.ford, 2e!1rjrSteg::.ll, =e·~-arl:r F.
TI:oma s James
Dorse;;-, Terryo Lo
Echols, Eddi e
Greene , Walter
Hubbard, John David
Harp, Charles
Thomas, Lewis James
Faust, Lee Wood
Hill, Linda Ann
Terry, Cynthia
Eagle, Amanda Harp
Wright, Enila Lois
Hubbard, Fannie Mae
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Senior Stenographer
Audo Utility Wkro II
Aud. Utility Wkr • I
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II
II
II
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Senior Stenographer
II
Building Cleaner
II
II
Kelley, r:ichael Ho
Price , Ao .o
Reaves, Larry Co
Smith , Charles S,.
Deal, Jo Go
J enkins, John Williams
Willis, Howard Jr.
Ha!r.!7!ond , Willie Roger
Hickson , P.ubert Lee
Edwards, Jimmy Lewj_s
McCullough , Robert Ed.ward
Semi-Skill Worker
Gena Mainto Mech . I
Airfi eld Maint. Mech. I
Semi -Skilled Worker
Airport Patrolman
Laborer
Bowm2.:r. , Robert Ao
Hames , 1:ancy Lea
Pl umbing Inspo I
Typist Clerk
II
II
II
II
II
NUMBER
40
Auditorium
ExoHp.
II
42
48
50
43
46
49
II
44
47
31
2
32
33
34
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
87
82
18
85
63
10
22
11
11
15
9
Aviation
128
866
Building
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DEPARTMENT
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
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EFFECTIVE
6/15/67
5/15/67
6/15/67
6/29/67
6/29/67
6/19/67
6/29/67
6/29/67
6/29/67
6/29/67
6/10/67
7/3/67
5/29/67
5/ 29/67
6/15/67
5/29/67
4/ 27/ 67
5/29/6?
6/1/6?
6/ 21/67
3/22/67
3/ 28/ 67
4/3/67
5/11/67
5/19/67
6/5/67
6/ 6/67
4/20/67
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Elliott, t..r. 2.
Bro-rm , Cscar E.
Security Guard
Painter I
35
Brennan , T, J.
Geddes, P'nillip A,
Kea ton, G, A,
Levy, M, D,
Riggs, R. L,
Thogrnartin , Robert G.
Webb, Rebecca. J.
Progrannner
Senior Admin. Ass't,
Accountant
Accountant
Progrannner
Computer Opro
Senior Clerk
117
46
49
48
115
152
52
Comptroller
Al exander , Climmie W.
Beck, Donald Lee
Brock, Carl Albert
Brock , George.H,
Brown , W. ·"··
Bullard , T, M,
Carter , D.R.
Carter , John M,
Craton, ivrn. o.
Dyer, Lester Byron
Glenn, Wil lie L.
Hamby, Ronald G,
Mortenson, A. R,
Johnson , Felix J.o
Keeton , Harlow
I<'.ile, Edward John
Y.i .g , Ko D.
Kirk , Linda Gayle
Lemon, Clyde
Locke , R. Jg
Loeffel, Samuel Fo
Lynch , John Ho
Ma jor , D, No
1foFher son, J. L,, Jr.
Moody , J. D.
laborer II
Laborer II
Laborer II
Laborer II
Const. Insp. I
Eng, Aide I
Dispatcher
Lab or er II
Semi-Skilled Worker
Equip. Operator I
Equip. Operator I
Lab or er II
Draftsman II
Lab or er II
Equip, Operator I
Equip. Operator I
Sewer Serv o Foreman II
Stenogra r' .er
Laborer I I
Eng. Aide I
EngQ Aide I
Eng. Aide I
Treatment Pl ant Opr.
Dispatcher I
Eng . Aide I
991
990
2036
991
2135
93
609
2093
2115
869
664
324
2o48
2092
573
598
1015
1062
337
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II
II
II
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II
II
II
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141
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DATE
EFFECTIVE
Rt\CE
4/ 22/ 67
5/ 29/ 67
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5/22/67
4/3/67
4/ 27/67
4/ 24/67
4/10/67
2/6/67
4/24 /67
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5/29/ 67
5/26/67
4/13/ 67
4/ 6/ 67
2/ 7/67
4/3/67
2/ 20/67
4/7/67
5/1/67
6/1/ 67
L~/20/67
3/ 29/67
5/1/67
4/4/67
5/5 /67
4/12/67
4/20/67
3/23 /67
3/ 29/ 67
4/10/67
4/ J /67
5/18/67
5/3/67
5/J0/67
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Smith, R. W,
Spears, James R.
Stanley, Maurice So
Wofford, Jo P.
White, Fred D.
Whitlock, Ro J,
Whi tman, James W,
Wilson, W. Po
Lowe , Clifton M.
Gil..~am , Robert Eo
Seiber, Van A.
Langford , Sibyl A.
Colbert, Henry
Rogers , J ohn.~ie Lee
Thomas, Leroy
Johnson , Luth er
Butler , Will ie Fr ank
Gobe::.· James Edward
Still > 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
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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
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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
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II
II
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II
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II
Harper, Charl es Leroy
II
Crowley, Robert
II
Mi ms, James Edward


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Ferguson, Jame s Edward
II
Trice, Emmett
Hartin , Raymond Lee

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II
Jolly , Willie Sanders
II
Willingham, Lige Jr~
II
Lowe , Clifton Morris
II
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ll
Garmon , Felton F.
II
Por ter, Ptrnl Leroy
II
Butler, Donni e Gene
II
Erm-m , Robe1·t Henry
II
Rucker , fod
II
Jones , Wi lJ.iam Edward
II
Phillips , Fr eddie
II
Williams , Har ry Lee
It
!-~a son , James F.d.ward
II
Phinazee , Larry James
II
.Andr ews , Arthur Willie
II
White , Ro:rJlie Wayne
II
AJ..len , Curt i s
II
r.'. ead , ~avord 1-'.adison
II
& :-iar d , :3enjamin
II
Hall, , obe1·t Janes
II
Taylor, William D-tT.i.ght
II
Calloway , Herman Larr y
Mani s , J ohnny James
Sewer Serv. I
Laborer
IJille1 Hor ace
II
Ellison , vh lli e George
1
NUMBER
'.)
I
Construction
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
"II
II
II
346
II
892
892
382
2070
76L~
2072
6'-1,9
2127
538
906
1006
II
"II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
L~J.5
II
346
325
298
699
671
9'-~6
9.54
e66
880
669
2112
II
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828
2128
2124
823
333
456
887
440
1088
2140
888
820
41~9
765
397
DATE
EFFECTIVE
DEPJLRTMENT
II
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II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
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5/2/67
5/1/67
4/ 25/67
5/2/67
5/2/67
5/3/67
5/10/67
5/11/67
5/ 8/67
5/11/67
5/10/67
5/4/67
5/9/67
5/8/67
5/12/67
5/5/67
5/10/67
5/10/67
5/15/67
5/ 29/67
5/18/67
5/ 23/67
5/19/ 67
5/19/ 67
5/ 25/67
5/24/ 67
5/ 22/67
5/11/67
5/10/67
5/16/ 67
5/15/67
5/16/ 67
5/16/ 67
5/16/ 67
5/17/ 67
5/11/ 67
5/ 9/67
5/ 9/67
5/ 9/67
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h ollar.d. , . 'illie Fr a nk
"II
C:
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II
I'-:cPh erson , Bobby Lee
Sewer Serviceman I
Anderson , Charles W.
Tamplin , Edward
l ab orer
II
Studdard, Frccldie Lee
II
McCoy , Lee Hicks
II
Watts, Perry Nichola s
It
Dennis, Charles Powell
II
Williams, Earnests.
II
Thompson , Lar1'y Gene
II
Smith' Jo e Jackson
II
Ham.--n , Th oma s Ho
II
Frank , Charli e
Gaither , J ayhue
Sewo Serv. Man I
~cDay, J ohn Jr.
Labo:..-·er
II
t-Ic'vJhor ter , Paul W.
II
Stone , Leonard
Pasci:all , Rob ert Louis
":,
T'nomG.s , Lor en zo
II
r,Jikolai cik , J ohn Jos eph jr.
Levitt , Johnnie Lee
"II
Burns, Lee Dutton
}Teal , John v:i1l i am
"II
lcGu;yrt , Buster Rob ert
II
Snel s on, BiJ.ly
II
Durham, Horac e
II
Sisk, Eic ,.s. el
II
Stroud , C'narl i e William
Slade , Ralrh
"
Laborer II
Carter , I~rion John
Padgett , Robert Butl er
laborer
II
Pines , John Fred
Hi;-,es , Ja;nis s &:l:ward
"
T-.cannnell J Denor::cis
"II
Bravm , Robert Lee
II
Pl ant , Webster
NUMBER
DEPARTMENT
281
876
878
1099
825
250
415
2113
318
2109
688
774
1064
818
346
570
875
2109
823
Construc ti on
II
II
II
II
II
II
"II
Ii
II
L~l3
II
866
937
891
938
2123
2125
2118
9.54
"II
864
2028
887
2142
2093
320
381
837
863
262
887
(5 )
II
"II
"
II
II
II
II
DATE
EFFECTIVE
5/5/67
5/18/ 67
5/18/67
5/L~ / 67
5/29/67
5/30/ 67
5/31/67
5/26/ 67
5/25/67
5/29/ 67
5/ 24/ 67
6/13/ 67
6/12/ 67
6/5/67
6/1/67
6/ 8/67
6/5/67
6/14/67
6/6/67
6/ 7/67
6/6/67
6/6/67
6/ 8/67
6/6/67
6/12/ 67
6/ 2/67
6/13/ 67
6/15/ 67
6/19/67
6/5/67
II
4/L~/ 67
II
4/ 3/67
4/ 7/67
4/11/ 67
4/12/67
4/10/67
4/12/67
4/12/67
4/10/67
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
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Le.r,__, ns, - ·; l 1 i e FrarL1<:
II
Clc-~d, Lcv-i
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Jones , Thom<S. s Conw2.y
I~,rle, Donald Ray
wocx:hmrd , Kern1et..h Lawrence
Barnes , Theodore
G2.llovi t ch , Frank Henry
Cooper, Lonnie Junior
Grier, George H.
Burch , Samual Dempsey
Smith, John Thomas
Bartow, Ronald L.
Bob o, Jess e Ray
Br oadwell, Glynn R,
Brown , Philli p C,
Burch, Carlie Edward
Case, Jerry Lee
Colton , Olin
Culpepper , Patricia
Dani el, B~ L.
Frizzel , Charles L.
Darnell , Terry
Gaither, He:r,.ry J,
Greene , Thoma s V.
Holland , Curtis c.
Holtzc1£w , Micha el L.
Eopkins , Carl L,
Rornns , J ohriny Wayne
Johnson, Harvey P.
Jones, Eubert J.
Long , Harold P,, Jr.
II
II
ti
II
II
II
II
"
II
Fir eman
II
II
II
II
II

Stenographer
Fir eman
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
"
"
II
II
NIDIBER
L~58
X
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Construc t ion
865
2157
893
528
866
414
754
864
2110
818
353
160
2664
2572
563
1070
361
2174
60
162
1666
1765
778
2669
575
2368
462
2573
365
1068
2067
(6)
.J
DEPARTI1ENT
II
"
"
II
II
II
II
II
II
"
"
Fire
ii
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
"
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
"
II
II
DATE
EFFECTIVE
4/13/67
4/13 / 67
4/13/67
4/12/67
4/19/67
4/18/67
4/19/67
4/19/67
4/13/67
4/11/67
4/18/67
4/17/67
5/1/67
6/7/67
5/22/67
5/26/ 67
3/17/67
5/12/67
5/29/ 67
6/1/67
4/11/67
5/18/67
5/12/67
4/17/67
5/18/ 67
4/ 25/67
5/ 8/67
5/29/67
5/31/67
4/21/67
4/ 25 / 67
4/ 21/67
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1"'.athis, ?.oo ert i.
Pabcheck, J. H.
Peal or, J erry Cecil
Phill ips, Grady Le e
Pope , J ohn Rondel
Prescott, Labron
Puckett , James A.
Ramsdell, Frank R.
Rhyne, Roger James
Ri chardson, Aldred D.
Shel l er, Peter
Slay, Ge or ge Wm .
Smith, Anthony G.
Smith, Floyd A., Jr.
Sparks , Dewey E., Jr.
Stone , Bill G.
Strong , Ronald T.
St r gis, Willie J .
Thorr.as , Cliff E., Jr.
Til lman , We sley H., III
Upshaw , Joh n Luther
vfni taker, Willie F.
1,.fr1i te, Par old
Willbanl-:s , Gordon L.
Wooten, Johnny Calvin
Wri eht , ..arvin


R.2.ckow , 1-ar,. fred A.


cer,_nett , James F.
BiJ.rk~ead, Joe Allen
Warren , Charl es A.
Threl!<eld , Steve M.
Stanley , Charles Stephen
Sosebee , Danny W.
P-reston, Bruce A.
Lucas , Bobby Lo
Y.ing , Arthur J .
'..I'olbert, Sylvest er
Huston, Raymond
Fireman
ti
ti
Automotive Mechanic
Fi reman
II
II
ti
ti
ti
ti
ti
II
Fire Investi~ator I
Fireman
II
II
II
II
II
It
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
"
L'lborer
II
3360
1862
660
5305
763
1080
2267
1674
770
773
774
573
J.64
4o4-9
267
2173
1162
1863
860
777
1967
566
1764
1260
770
1765
2670
760
366
366
1067
2575
160
1670
2370
1769
Fire
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
a
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
2664
II
2.568
6800
6800
(7 )
"
II
II
4/ 20/67
4/20/67
4/27/67
6/ 8/67
4/11/67
4/11/67
5/1/67
6/6/67
4/5/67
6/ 8/ 67
5/8/ 67
4/10/67
5/ 8/ 67
4/ 20/67
3/ 30/ 67
5/ 9/67
4/ 25 / 67
4/17/ 67
4/ 20/ 67
6/8/ 67
6/ 8/ 67
4/ 6/67
6/ 6/ 67
5/5/67
5/19/67
4/4/ 67
5/4/ 67
4/11/ 67
6/18/67
6/ 22/ 67
6/10/67
6/20/ 67
6/19/ 67
6/19/67
6/20/67
6/19/ 67
6/ 22/ 67
6/ 20/67
2/21/ 67
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NUMBER
DEPARTMENT
DATE
EFFECTIVE
..-:crx~sht , Patricia J .
Stenographer
8
Mayor' s Off i c e
5/31/67
Cleckler, R. Eo
Coursey , W. J .
Dorsey, Wayne All en
Elli ott, Fred Dougl a s
Gervin, Bobby L.
Harvey, Clinton
Jones, Ronal d M.
Kirk, J oe D.
McGuire, Stephen A.
Hyrick, G. A.
Roberts~ T'!lom2.s Ro
Roper , Jo R.
Sandli n , Lewis L.
Sheffield, J. A.
Sw:i.nney , Celia L.
Walters , D. s.
Zachary, H. V.
Smith , Phillip R.
Automotive Serv. I
Automot i ve Ser v . II
Automotive Serv. I
45
109
23
62
23
56
23
Mot or Transpor t
Automotive Servo II
41
88
85
4/12/67
5/22/67
6/ 8/67
6/13/67
5/24/67
5/31/67
4/11/67
5/31/67
4/17/67
5/ 24/67
6/ 8/ 67
6/5/67
4/11/67
5/ 8/67
5/17/67
6/5/67
6/7/67
6/19/67
Cornett, Sherry- J.
Betancourt, Sara Eo
Burns , Glenna Ann
Key Punch Operator
Clerk
Typist Clerk
57
80
69
Municipal Traffic Ct.
P.arris , Jacqueline Eo
I-'.c3rayer, I(ar garet L.
Stenographer
Typist Clerk
33
35
Mun. Revenue Col.
Aaron, J. c.
Bell , Go D.
Tree Trimmer
Zoo Attend.ent
187
455
Parks
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
Automotive Servo II
II
Typist
Storekeeper I
II
50
108
42
70
109
92
112
59
(8)
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
"II
II
II
II
II
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wm
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6/6/67
5/ 8/67
5/17/67
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5/2/67
6/ 27/67
wf
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5/11/67
4/1/67
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Evans , Jackie E.
Garbriel , Mary Alice
Gamblin, Mari enelle B.
Griffin, Cynthia L.
Harris, Leroy
Hopiak, Michael
Johnson, Ozell B.
Jones , George
Knowl t on, David
La.G:rone, A. W.
Lovin, Rader
1-'.ar,__r,_ing, Ben
I'-;aple , H. D.
Cfi.ren, Del ore s A.
Pi erce , F. C.
Pistola , Eli za.beth B.
Ponder , Joe , Jr.
P-.ceston , J. w.
Raglin, Thnna J .
Royall , W. H.
Westbrook , V.ichael
Christianson , T. L.
Stearns, T. G.
!•!osley , William
Ruff , Killie
Ru.pert , T'n0was A.,
Sar..ders , T.J.J • U
Singer , Linda G,
Wain:wri gh t , Jim
Wallace , Hrs. Barbara
Weathers , Paul Lee
!.J. .
Community Rec. Leader
Golf Professional
F.quip. Operator I
Parks Patrolman
Col11.!11unity Rec . Leader
II
II
II
II
Zoo Attendant
Comnnmi ty Rec. Leader
Zoo Att endent
Recr eation Supervisor
Co~.munity Rec. Leader
Security Guard
F.quip. Operator I
Electrician
Connnunity Rec. Leader
II
Zoo At tendent
Tree Trimmer I
II
Conmnmity Rec. Leader
Parks PatroJ.man
T-.cee Trimmer I
Recr eation Supervisor
T-.cee Trimmer I
Parks Patrol.man
Tree Tri nnner I
Community Rec. Leader
Tree Trimmer I
Community Rec . Lead er
Elect rician
Zoo Attendant
Tree Trimmer I
NUMBER
38
24
279
313
534
390
49
537
L~70
453
375
455
29
61
LWJ.
279
10
369
61
447
187
437
25 7
313
187
237
203
569
187
43
437
258
10
223
202
(9 )
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DEPARTMENT
Parks
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
"
DATE
EFFECTIVE
5/4/67
5/1/67
4/ll/67
4/4/ 67
5/24/67
4/28/ 67
3/30/67
6/5/67
4 /14/ 67
6/7 /67
5/4/67
5/L~/67
6/12/ 67
5/15/67
5/18/67
6/1/67
4/28/ 67
5/2/67
4/4/67
5/30/67
6/ 6/ 67
5/18/ 67
5/ 24/ 67
6/ 13/ 67
6/ 9/67
5/31/67
6/13/67
6/ 16/ 67
4/6/67
4/4/67
6/ 5/67
3/30/67
5/11/67
4 / 28/67
6/ 2/ 67
RACE
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NUHBER
DEPARTMENT
DATE
EFFECTHE
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Yizo.r, Y. D.
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Ba.rnett , Warren. R.
Barnes, Earvjn L.
Har rell, Arthur J., Jr.
Gates, James R.
Fewox, Harry M.
Moss, Charles Larry
Crowe , Rufus W.
Head, Edgar Franklin Jr.
Jmonson, J esse D.
Shelton, Richard Mark
Bm·ren , Jim.my Wayne
J ackson, Thoma s Neal
Crockett, David Lee
1:oody, Henry Frank , Jr.
Themas , J ewell
Parker, Bobby Joe
Brownlee, Willie Jame s
Gilbert , Robert Lee
Lindsay , Ori an
Banner, Herbert Al
Der..nis , "\:elson Jr.
Williams , v!i chael Les t er
Finch, Wendall Arthur
Childers, Gary L.
narper, Claud 'ThO!'!a s
Jones, Horace ~aJmal
Rollins , Jan:es -illian
Free~a.n , .~..r:derson
Clark , Roy Fr anklin
Anderson, Charles Wesl ey
Equip. Oper ator I
T-.cee T-.ci mmer I
Laborer
Community Rec. Leader
II
Laborer
fl
II
II
II
"
"
Cust. Worker
II
Laborer
It
II
Cust o Worker
Laborer
II
II
II
287
187
339
61
243
490
416
413
480
232
330
548
329
368
384
491
137
108
508
412
509
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II
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II
135
415
413
490
296
506
117
II
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II
II
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II
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400
11..1-1
(10 )
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"
II
II
II
II
II
II
"
"
4/21/ 67
6/8/67
6/20/67
6/15/67
6/13/67
6/ 28/67
6/ 28/67
6/ 28/67
3/17/67
3/22/67
2/23/67
3/ 28/67
4/4/ 67
3/29/ 67
3/28/67
3/30/67
4/3/67
3/30/ 67
3/28/ 67
3/28/ 67
4/10/67
4/10/67
4/7/67
3/29/ 67
4 / 6/67
4/12/67
4/6/67
4 /11/67
4/12/ 67
4/21/67
4/1.1/67
4/28/67
4/28/ 67
cm
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C-=.ntrell , Eenry
Lab orer
II
Bowden , Lee J ames
II
Cline , .,..t.,8WJ_. S Sloan
II
Howard , Terry L.
Hausman , Richar d H ex
Golf St arter
Haynes, Charles Richard III Labor er
II
Marsh, Charles Edward
II
Tamplin , Ronald
Br ady , Willie J ames
Par ks Cust .
Lab orer
Goldman , Thoma s Franklin
a
Gother n, George I rvin
Pr att , Randol ph Kent
"II
Cai n , Kennet h Lee
II
Fr eeman , Robert James
Hambrick , Harry Cl yd e J r. Cust. Worker
Green , Dean Saurdri es
Laborer
II
Vaughan , Richard Elmer
}~urden , Har old T'!!oma s
Parks Custodi a n
Campbell , Henry 1,lilJ.i am
Labore1·
II
Col e, Br uce Gregory
11
Guest , Jack Wil son Jr .
11
Gocl_f1•ey, Will i e Roe
II
Stephens , Edward Sugene
II
Battle , &di e La1~.cy
II
Wright , 'l'onnny Gr eer
II
Hollis, Reuben Harris Jr .
Dunson , fayne Robert
"
·'.cDa:'liel, Curtis
"
II
r,5. t el:-. ell , John Ra..."'"!dall
II
Hose , Willie Zeb Jr .
rawkins , Cecil Lee
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POSIT.
NUMBER
412
pos .L~l8
DEPARTMENT
Parks
II
117
II
LH5
II
206
H
L~l6
2QL~
II
II
412
381
II
L~97
"II
II
218
117
135
90
368
338
4<j),
II
L1-66
9+6
"
135
415
415
182
141
II
11
"
II
II
II
II
II
II
DATE
EFFECTIVE
4/ 6/67
4/ 27/ 67
win
5/5/67
5/ 5/ 67
,nn
4/ 29/67
5/11/ 67
5/10/67
5/12/67
5/16/ 67 .
5/ 26/ 67
5/25/ 67
5/17/67
5/16/ 67
5/15/ 67
5/15/ 67
5/12/67
5/19/ 67
5/23/ 67
5/ 25/67
5/26/67
5/ 22/ 67
5/ 30/67
II
5 / 2L~/ 67
II
5/25/67
,; ;5/67
L~l9
II
338
98
496
98
338
¼-19
277
II
'2L~/ 67
II
?/67
5/67
LJ/67
, 13/67
o/15/ 67
6/14/67
(11 )
"
II
II
II
II
RACE
cm
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win
wm
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cm
cm
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CLASS
Cor--!...V_J_e,
Da!'iel J o
?r on':?2arger , J err y R.
v\·ort...~y, Vernon
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ott, Glenton H.
r,zy-er s' Clinton F.
Kur phy, Bobby
Will i ams, Leroy
Little , Howard Wmo
Malone , Rona ld G.
McGee , Dorothy N.
McHugh, Mar garet A.
t'tiller, Sara Jane
Mitchell, Thoma s A.
Morris , Robert Ho
f.:osley , Danny Lee
Parks , James M.
Roger s , l a rry L.
l·'.otth ers: ed , Ral ph A.
1,:ic'. olson , Ro ert Alan
Crrel1, Ka they M.
Roger
1 elson,
Rowe , Leonard
Shirl ey , David R.
Snouden , Eddie D.
Standifer , Hm . R.
S-,ri tzer, Lee E.
Vance , Irving H.
·Tallis , &lward B. , Jr.
',,,.'arri or, Johnny B.
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v,bi t ner , John C.
l'lnli..a±<er, T~.m . c.
Hyne s, Frank Louis
Jones , Loyce G.
Kendrick, Martha
Kissack, David E.
T ,..
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NUMBER
Patrolman
II
!!
II
II
II
II
II
Typi st Clerk
II
II
"
Patrolman
II
II
"II
II
I dentification
Typi st Clerk
Patrolman
Typist CJ.erk
&
Recd . Tech I
II
Patrolman
II
Typist Clerk
Patr olman
"
"
Typist Cl erk
Patrolman
Typist Clerk
Patrolman
Key Punch Operator
SHi tchboard Opera tor I
Typist Cl erk
254
387
1176
1180
1117
1108
574
455
12o4
920
S)I.J-0
l2oll·
741
1171
493
427
1166
366
1206
931
1113
989
819
779
1167
938
322
670
561
1203
657
965
557
923
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Pol i ce
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
"
"
II
"
"
II
"II
II
II
"ti
II
II
II
II
II
II
"
II
II
"
ti
II
888
II
836
II
(12 )
-- ,
DP.TE
DEPARTMENT
EFFECTIVE
6/ 24 / 67
6/ 24/ 67
6/ 21/ 67
6/26/ 67
6/ 24/ 67
6/ 25 / 67
6/ 24/ 67
5/15/ 67
5/ 9/ 67
4/11/ 67
6/5/67
1+/13/ 67
5/23/67
4/8/ 67
6/19/ 67
4/ 22/67
4/4/ 67
5/6/67
5/10/67
4/19/ 67
5/22/ 67
4/4/67
5/1/67
4/ 29/ 67
4/4/ 67
5/5/67
4/17/67
5/31/ 67
5/2/67
5/15/67
4/ 29/ 67
4/17/ 67
5/20/67
5/16/67
5/15/67
6/19/ 67
RACE
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NmIBER
DEPARTMENT
DATE
EFFECTIVE
RACE
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~orns::,y , r,:arion A.
Eo-..i.se , :~chael D.
1/le stbr ooks , Danny R.
Reeve s, Ler oy Fred
Dowdy, Jerry Lee
Hendrix , John D.
Beerman, Bruce H.
Bolton, Jackie Clyde
Brooks , Anthony T.
Brownlee, Sh erman E.
Busby Shirley A.
Clay, William E.
Cox , Jame s
Dail ey , Troy
Dobbs, Glenda F.
EJ.liott , Marvin W.
Eskew , Grady Full er
Faucett, Joh n D.
Gillel and , Mark E.
Glover , J erry W.
Greeson, Davi d E.
Griffin , Jack Thoma s
Harris, Bobbi e L.
Jackson , Clifford
Thompson , Fred A. Jr .
Young , Howard A.
Goodson , Robert L.
Surratt, Tho:na s Jr.
EcCrary , Tor:ny Lee
Johnson , Larr y M.
Kane , Thomas Lee
Long , Glynnis A.
Martin, Dennis Le
HcGee , E. F.
Patrolman
II
11
Typist Cl erk
Patrolman
II
II
fl
Typist Clerk
Patrolman
II
Patrolman
Stenographer
Typist Clerk
Patr olman
II
Typist Clerk
Patrol man
II
II
II
II
fl
lt
fl
II
II
II
II
Cust . Worker
Cust . Worker
Waste Col. D-.civer
1170
740
629
818
1177
1178
610
539
965
'.)
fl
II
II
II
'712
627
512
912
1.2o4
595
647
935
281-~
632
1169
562
655
1163
1164
ll65
469
1179
325
1175
994
994
ex/ bd
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
fl
II
II
II
II
II
II
Sanitary
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
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4/ 8/ 67
5/15/ 67
4/ 21/ 67
5/ 26/ 67
6/16/ 67
6/19/ 67
6/17/ 67
6/17/ 67
5/ 24 /67
4/4/67
5/15/ 67
4/ 29/ 67
4/13 / 67
6/1/67
5/28/67
5/ 23/67
4/24/67
6/10/67
4/4/67
4/8/67
5/15/67
¼,/22/67
4/1+/ 67
4/4/ 67
4/4/67
6/17/67
6/16/67
6/17 /67
6/17/67
4 / 24 / 67
6/16/ 67
6/ 2/67
4/ 28/ 67
4/ 27/ 67
6/5/67
6/7/67
wm
wm
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wm
wm
cm
cm
wm
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wm
wm
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wm
wm
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O'dell, Jo s eph B.
Ogl e , Willi.am D.
Raybor n, Jasper Luke
Robinson , John Larry
Renfro , Larry
Porter , Charles
Les t er, Larry T.
Lee , Robert Lorenzo
Lay, Johah Jr.
Lawson, Lorenzo
Kelley, Arthur J ames
Kei th , Bobby
Johnson , Leroy
Jones , T'nomas
Head , Ellis Ao
Jackson , Joseph Co
Ho·dard , villie P. Jr.
Houston , Henry L.
Hol ston , James
Holmes , Finley Jr.
Bell, Joe
Gilliam , James
Green, Dsan s.
Tamplin , Ronald
Phinazee , Larry .Tames
Patrick, Clyde
Tei tsort , Dwigh t H.
Cr-c..."l'::iley, 3ob
Fr anks , Herman Lee
Carrut.1. , Johnny
Earkins, Ronal d E.
Strickland , James Oscar
Pollard , Bobby E.
Willingham, El::idie
Taylor, Benj amin
Alexar;der , J es se L.
Bell, 1 lilliam R.
Waste Col. Driver
POSIT.
NlJ!'IBER
ex/ bd
DEPARTMENT
Sanitary
II
fl
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
Waste Collector 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
Waste Collector I
II
Waste Collector 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
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
II
II
II
II
II
"II
"
II
II
Waste
Collector I
II
II
Waste Collector II
(l l~ )
DATE
EFFECTIVE
6/18/67
6/ 8/67
6/6/67
5/11/67
1.}/14/67
4/26/67
6/16/67
6/17/67
6/19/67
6/15/67
6/ 22/67
6/20/67
6/ 20/67
6/19/67
6/ 21/67
6/16/67
6/19/67
6/15/67
6/15/67
6/ 20/67
6/ 23/67
6/ 22/67
6/16/67
6/19/ 67
6/14/67
6/14/67
6/14/67
6/16/67
6/20/67
6/19/67
6/20/67
6/14/67
6/ 20/67
6/14/67
6/ 22/67
6/16/67
6/ 21/67
6/20/67
6/ 21/67
RACE
wm
wm
wm
wm
cm
cm
cm
cm
cm
cm
cm
cm
cm
cm
cm
cm
cm
cm
cm
cm
cm
cm
cm
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cm
cm
cm
cm
wm
cm
cm
cm
wm
cm
wm
cm
cm
cm
cm
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-'~cClendon, Leroy
t-~inor, John Forr est
Wilker son , Bobby
Willis, Artis
Gates, Robert Charles
Gresham, Willie
Bentley, Alfonza
Gilbert , Lonnie
Sasseen, Clarence
Watkins, Samuel Thoma s
Reynolds, otis Jr.
Goodrum , Leroy
Harbour , James Lexi ngton
iiinson , J ame s W.
Lovejoy, Mi l ton
·tilner, J a.i-nes
Akins , George
A1 exander , Charles Ant hony
Andrews , Ch~.rles
Andrews , Robert Van
t-~cCoy , felvin
Taylor , Robert Lee
Harris , Johnnie Lee
Hamm , 'Yheodore
King , Cha rles F.clward
Henders on , James .Albert
.,a!"v-y , Ee:n.ry Lee
Thona s , War.on
Smith , Le·,ri s Jr •
Ear tin , Tor.my fug ene
t-!cDonald, David Pr esc ott
Mill er, Henry R.
Rend er, Donald
Parks, Bobby Lee
Patrick , J es s ie.James
WCII-(Day )
II
WCII-( Ni ght )
WCII-(Day )
WCII
WCII- (Day )
WCII-(Ni ght )
WCII
WCII-(Day )
POSIT.
NUMBER
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Sanitary
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
"
II
II
u
II
Laborer
"II
WCII- (day )
"
II
II
II
. It
"II
"II
"
II
"II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
wen
II
wen
WCII- (Day )
II
wen
II
WCII-(Day )
"
WCII-( Night )
wen
II
WCII-( Day )
WCII- (Ni ght )
WCII- (Day )
II
II
"
"
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
"
II
DATE
EFFECTIVE
6/8/67
6/5/ 67
II
(15 )



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DEPARTMENT
"
II
RACE
cm
cm
cm
cm
cm
6/ 8/67
6/7/67
5/ 31/67
6/7 /67
6/ 6/ 67
5/ 29/ 67
6/8/67
6/12/67
6/13/67
6/13/67
6/12/67
6/12/67
6/ 9/67
6/6/67
6/12/67
6/ 8/67
6/12/67
6/13/67
6/13/67
6/ 8/67
5/30/67
6/7/ 67
cm
cm
cm
cm
cm
wm
cm
cm
cm
cm
cm
cm
cm
cm
cm
cm
6/5/67
cm
5/30/67
5/30/67
5/30/67
6/6/67
5/29/67
6/13/67
6/12/ 67
6/13/ 67
6/ 8/67
6/7/67
6/8/67
cm
cm
cm
cm
cm
cm
cm
cm
cm
wm
cm
cm
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cm
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Rs. gland , S-y lvester
?..an:iol ph , John Sanders
Robi nson, Jerry Loui s
R , •
_.oo:i.nson,
J ohnrry- Lewi s
Smith , Clarence
Spearman , Richard
Ward , Thomas Jr.
Walker, Jesse Jerry
Walker, Joe Loui s
We stbrooks , Walter Ray
Gaines, William C.
Gor e , Bernard c.
Wils on, Tommie L.
Wr i ght , Per r y
Wilburn, Grady Aorgan
Wal ker, Frank
r,:ack , Ge orge W.
Conley, Jamo s o.
Blackst ock, Jinrrny H.
Bostick, c. w.
Bowen , Thomf'. s Lee
Canton , Richard c.
Ca sh , ATthur K,
J enkins , Curtis
Hill, Tommie Fred
Hinson , Jame s W.
Ear.by, Jillil"1: Lane
E~.~,ris, Zdward ..r •
De.LOna , Fr2.n:<
rover, c. !:'
Fletcher, Arthur W.
Roscoe , Albert Sonny
Rutl edge , Albert
Smith, Norris E.
.:..J e
POSIT.
NUMBER
CLASS
~~_!.:_~~
DEPARTI1ENT
ex/ bd
Sanitary
"II
II
II
If
II
II
"II
II
II
II
ti
II
"II
II
II
II
II
II
Waste Collector II
"
"
"II
II
Laborer
II
Waste Col. Driver
II
"ti
"
"
"
"
II
II
6/13/ 67
6/12/ 67
6/5/ 67
6/10/67
6/ 8/ 67
6/12/ 67
6/ 8/ 67
6/ 9/ 67
6/21/67
6/8/ 67
6/16 / 67
6/ 21/ 67
"II
II
6/1L1,j67
ti
II
6/19/ 67
6/14/ 67
6/19/67
6/ 21/ 67
6/12/ 67
4/10/67
5/ 3/67
I..J-/28/ 67
3/31/67
4/14/67
5/12/ 67
5/3/67
6/12/ 67
5/2/ 67
4/ 24/ 67
4/ 21/67
5/4/67
6/ 8/67
5/2/67
4/25/67
3/ 29/ 67
"
II
II
II
ti
"ti
"
II
II
II
II
II
II
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Tc!:!pkins , Abner James
To-,,r isend , Bill H.
T
Wallac e , James J.J
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Wallace, Oscar N.
Warren, Philip Lee
Weathers, John Thomas
Webb, Ilon Buren
Webb , J ohn Carl
West, Gerald Leon
Westmorel and, J erry G.
Askew, James Andrew
Blue, Curtis
Ca ssell, Julian Fred Jr.
Copel and , J ames
Williams, AJSonza
Ellis, Homer La.mar
Fox , Robert Hichael
Fell, Steve O.
Freeman, Joseph
Goggins , &l.die James
Hardy , ~cArthur
Har ris , Samuel Eugene
Hazan , Alvin Joseph
P.enley, Charles Kenneth
Hudson , Larry
J eff erson, Arthur Jr.
Lawrenc e , tlillie
Waste Collector Driver
NUMBER
ex/bd
II
II
II
II
II
II
, J
J
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II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
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II
II
II
II
II
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II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
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WCII-Day
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
"II
II
II
II
II
"
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WCII-Day
Srr,i th , Willie
II
.
....C:ll"i.pson,
Edgar Jr.
Ban}:s, Ee n..'1i e
Sh ephe1'Cl , F.cidie
1"ewell, Louis F.dward
J ames , c. J.
II
WCI-Day
WCII-Day
"
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
"
(17)
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DEPARTMENT
DATE
EFFECTIVE
5/24/67
4/19/67
4/28/67
4/27/67
4/11/67
5/17/67
6/8/67
5/1/67
4/18/67
L~/21/67
5/31/67
5/23/67
6/12/67
6/13/67
6/9/67
6/12/67
6/9/67
6/14/67
6/12/67
6/8/ 67
6/7/67
6/8/67
6/12/67
6/13/67
6/9/67
6/5 /67
6/12/67
6/13/67
6/8/67
6/6/67
6/5 /67
6/2/67
6/8/67
6/5/67
6/7/67
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POSIT.
CLASS
oodall, Fred James
Bailey , John William
Battle, Albert Wo
Chi sm , Jame s C.
Harp , Rob ert Wayne
Patters on, Eugene
Pear s on, Osc ars.
Troutxnan , J arnes
Thoma s, Charles
Bodley, William Jr.
Vaughan, Fred Lewis
Wi lliams , 1,<J'ill J .
Carlisle , Henry C.
Cart~r, Ike
Sherrell, James C.
Jones, Judge s.
Tibbs , Paul Wayne
.-:cl•Zullen , Howard Edward
Carmichael, John D.
Clark , Geor ge
Conwell, Marion
Covington, Charl es
Wallac e , Cscar :a than
Ogl e , William Dennis
Scott , Robert James
Coney, Ira c.
Denrlis , Nelson , Jr .
Jo!"':..nson , Jesse Willie
Lightsey , Clar ence E.
Gresha.."'1 , '.enneth E.
Hancock , John
Taylor , Willie Arthur
Chandle:c, Fr ank Rob ert
Gay , Halter Lewis
Gl enn , W·; l j_am Char les
Goode , R
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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
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WCII
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Timms, Ja..-rnes Luther
Tosh, .Ubert P2-ul
Wallac e , Ccie
Watkins , Willie James
Williams , Horace McCoy
Smith , Roy Wendell
Smith , William Richard
Fl etcher, Authur Warren
Hinson, James Willard
Johnson, La rry M.
Hullins, Charles Monroe
Warren, Phillip Lee
West , Geral d Leon
t{cGee , &nest Fredrick
O'Dell , Joseph B.
V.artin , Dennis L.
r-:ullins , Harold Allen
Grier , L. M.
Booker, La.rry
Corn·; ell , ';!alter George
Farr.bro , Charles Edward
Gl eri_Yl , Bobby Lee
Harris , Robert
Jackson , Rudolph Alfson
L~ndsey , Robert
Varshall, Fred
/:_i_lls , J ire:iie
.'olton , B~ J.
,:olton , Lewis
Pl ant , Frederick
Robinson , Robert Lee
Rudolph , Fl etcher Charl es
Stembridge , Charl es James
NUMBER
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II
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Laborer
WCII
Laborer
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WCD(Day)
WCD (Ni ght )
WCD(Day)
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II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
WCII(Day)
II
II
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II
II
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II
II
II
II
II
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II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
(19)
5
DATE
POSIT .
't -,. . r:;:
EFFECTIVE
5/23/67
5/24/ 67
5/24/67
5/23/67
5/23/67
5/23/67
5/23/67
5/24/67
5/11/67
6/9/67
6/12/67
6/2/67
6/8/67
6/8/67
5/31/67
6/7/67
6/6/67
6/5/67
6/7/67
4/10/67
4/11/67
3/30/67
4/ll/67
3/30/67
3/ 31/67
4/3/67
3/29/67
3/31/67
L~/10/67
L~/11/67
4/1+/67
4/11/67
4/10/67
4/10/67
4/6/67
RACE
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cm
wm
wm
cm
cm
cm
wm
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Troutman , J ohn
Wa1ker , :rat..haniel
Wilkers on, Bobby
Wingfield, Jame s C.
Worthy, Willie Anthony
Wri ght, George Jr.
Young, Cornelius
Franklin, Wocdie
Bro,m, Robert Willie
Johnson , Nash Levi
Jones, Bobby
Jones , otis Jro
.·fontgomery, Johnny
r·:urry , WiJ.lie Lee
T'nomas , Char l es
Williamson , Horace
Jack son , Russell
Cobb , Charlie
Sledge , 1-falter Le e
Bar ker, Gary Authur
Phillips, Jos eph Hue:h
Raybon , Ja sper Luke
11ash , Arthur Kelley
'fallace , James Leroy
Bl ackstock , Jin;my Har old
Bro,.,rnle e , Frank M.
Grah2.P1 , :1..:bert L.
2arr:e s , ~obert Lee
Gc=. ither, Bx·:yant Jr.
Hollis , Reuben Harris Jr.
i·J.nor , P..ichc=.rd
r orris , Lemar T.
Stozier, Bobby Joe
Washington , &•nest
Jones , Thoma s
NUMBER
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ex/bd
II
19
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
· x
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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
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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
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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
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wm
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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
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ex/ bd
II
II
II
"
II
II
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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)
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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
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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
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CLASS
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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
. .
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II
WCII(Day)
II
WCII(Day)
WCI (Night)
Laborer
WCII
WCII
NUMBER
2458
1468
1184
2454
1175
1310
1383
3467
4306
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II
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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
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cm
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cm
cm
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cm
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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
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cm
wm
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CLASS
- ,. r,;;t
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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.
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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
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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
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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
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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
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wm
wf
wf
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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
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POSIT.
NUMBER
)( •
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Der=non, R.R .
Eea.-r~, R. _f.
Breed, F. E.
Bruce, Susan S.
Bryant , M. C.
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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':,,;-,
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NUMBER
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CLASS
DEPARTMENT
DATE
EFFECTIVE
RACE
- --- -


ix \


01'1 '
0
3
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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
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POSIT.
NUMBER
CLASS
DEPARTMENT
DATE
EFFECTIVE
RACE


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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
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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
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Typist Clerk
Statistician
School Custodial Worker
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Typist Clerk
Audicvisual Tech I.
School Custodial Worker
Typist Clerk
Senior Typist
School Custodial Worker
II
Clerk
School Custodial Worker
II
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NUMBER
DEPARTMENT
22
School
9005
158
39
1113
832
1093
787
433
600
818
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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
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II
II
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It
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II
II
II
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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
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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
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Griffin, James Robert
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Rowl and , James Clinton
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Willis, Richard Jerome
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Fitzpatrick, Melvin
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Biles, :M.a.rion Lewis
Thomas, Roy William
Laborer
II
Sewell, Fred Ernest
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Radford, Charles William
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Pryor, Linds ey Jro
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Henderson, Freddy
NUMBER
499
378
606
531
692
J57
70J
484
567
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244
444
623
2J7
825
818
826
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616
600
789
259
261
238
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9046
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DATE
EFFECTIVE
3/31/67
3/30/67
3/30/67
4/10/67
4/10/67
4/5/67
4/5/67
J/20/67
4/J/67
4/J/67
J/6/67
4/26/67
1/24/67
J/13/67
4/28/67
4/17/67
4/3/67
4/24/67
4/25/67
4/17/67
5/1/67
4/28/67
5/8/67
4/6/67
4/17/67
5/30/67
6/7/67
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�June 6, 1967
~e 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
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Messrs.
were absent.
W. Graydon and Clarence D. Coleman, members,
Mr. Paul Weir, General .Manager of the Water De-
partment, was appointed to the Commi ttee 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 thes~ minutes.
After calling the meeting to order , Milton G. Farris ,
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Chairma n , asked Carl Pau l, Deputy Director of Personne l , for a
report f r om the Pe rsonnel De p a rtmen t on its activit ie s and a s ked
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that a copy of a l e t ter sent t o t he Mayo r f rom the Atlan ta summit
teadorehip Conference be obtained.
Next , Mr. Paul read a list of the classifications in
which Negroes occupy positions.
This list is attache d to and
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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 Department 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 f or which she would like to apply.
Mr. P a ul said h e
was not trying to refute what Mr. Williamson had said, but he
e x plained that the 1girl in Personnel probably meant for his
daughter 1to go over to t he board which contains t he announceI
ments of t h e classi f icat i ons in which p o s ition s are v·acant t o
see if s h e met the minimum r e quireme nts for the po s ition for
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which she was a p plying.
Mr . Paul al s o a dde d t hat he had t alked
to l-1 1:' . Sutherland about this particular i n cident and that Mr.
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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 1 t change that they would have to get some
new people~
Mr. Farris said that if such a situation existed
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in the Personnel Department that i t 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 quali,f y for and get these better jobs.
When Mr.
Farris asked Mr. Paul if the Personnel Department has a recruito r , Mr. Paul said that the Personne l Department does have
a recruit er who goes out and tries to recruit people.
Next, Mr. Paul read a list of eligible registers, a copy
o .f which is attached to and made a part of these minutes, which
i1101l1des Negroes in the top three on the individual registers,
poitrt~ing o u t that at the time the lists were made up the r e we re
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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 Committeei-s information 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 Negr~,
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 positions." , He also stated that the Personnel Department has a
Training 1 Coordinator, Mr. Farrow, who is setting up a training
.program to train people in the City government so that they can
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qualify for promotion.
Mr. Nixon added that he and Mr. Farrow
h a.d set up a program f o r the Construction Department and the
Sa.nita.ry Department laborers in which all who were interested
itl l e rning to operate a truck or equipment could participate.
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Next, Mr. Williamson made the following statement: "There
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�-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."
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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,
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Respectfully submitted,
CARL PAUL
Acting Secretary
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Mr. J. J. · Little
Clerk of the Board of Aldermen
Atlanta. Georgia
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Dear Mr. Little:
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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.
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Respe ctfully yours.,
Ivan Allen, Jr.
Mayor
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Gen. , Carl Suthek'land /
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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~
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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 -
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ELECTROtn:CS T.ECHlITCI~J - no vacancy
EfJGI UEZRilID AIDE I
£QUIF ~ In' OPCFJiTOR
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CIDO"UlIDSICECFER .- no :vacancy
IDUSDJG CODE L~f'ECTOR I - no vacancy
KEY PUUCH TRAD!r..13 - no vacancy
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tIDSSE:!GER CLEP.l{ - no v acanc7
?T0!1SE t-t\?IDN • no vacenoy
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SCHOOL CUSTODIA.l~ - sJJ. a.Pr. .lic~,ts ru:-e negroes - no v.acaboy
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SEHI-SY.!LLED WORKER - 3. appllca:.ot
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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 -~
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BAILIFF I • no vacancy (Cffl- rJIDE RBGISTER).EQUI PMEm OPE.RAl'O~ -I ( COI;JSTRUCTIOU)
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certification tor existing vacancies.
EQUifl!Etl': OPERATOR II (' ATER ~PARTHl::ltt)1 .- no .vacancy
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MAIN'!'EN.MiCE }?ECIWUC ( OOAIID OF EDUCATION) - no veetmcy
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TRADES B.EU'Es.1 ( BOARD OF EpUCATl:On) - top 3 colored.
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THE FOLIDl'f.mG CLASSES FOR THE FIRST Til!E:
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DUPLICATING ASSISTANT
DUPLICATING MACHINE OPERATOR I
ENGINEERING AIDE I
GENERAL MAINTENANCE MECHANIC .I
GOLF ST.ARTER
GUARD
HEAVY EQUIPMENT MECHANIC
HOUSING ronE INSPECTOR I
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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
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SEN IOR STENOORAPHER
SENIOR 'lYPIST CLERK
STATISTICIAN
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TREE TRIMMER II
WATER POLLUTICN CONTROL FOREMAN
WATER SERVICES FOREMAN I
WATER SERVICES INSPECTOR
WATER SERVICES SUPERVISOR
WATER WORKS MECHANIC
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Coalition of Atlanta Organiz at_;_ons and Community Leadership.
Primary Sponsors: NAAC?, Ope~ation Breadbasket, Atlanta
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Negro Voters League, All-Citizens Registration Committee and
ACCA. Summit .Co-Chairmen: . J~sse Hill, Jr., .Rev •. $. W. Williams and Alderman Q. V. Williamson.
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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.
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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:
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Special Requests :
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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.
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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.
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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
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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.
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that the Planning Fund Request, ·T echnical Advisory Board be revised to
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include our suggestion for Negro experts to b~ incl~ded (plu~ other
job categories).
U:rban Renewal
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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·
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The crucial case in point.is the Rockdale Project. (Alderman
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Baptist is the sponsor, a Negro architect and Negro igents are pri. marily involved.
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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.·


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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.
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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. ·
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THE ATLANTA PUBLIC LIBRARY
Adan<a 3,
JOHN HALL JACOBS
DIRECTOR
May 22, 1967
Honorable Ivan Allen, Jr.
Mayor of At l an ta
City Hall
Atlanta, Georgia 30303
Dear Mayor Allen:
The news article in th e May 11 Atlanta Constitution
was called to the attention of our Board by me at
their last meeting. You will b e receiving a letter
from them on this matter in the next few days.
We sincerely feel that we are giving all staff
members an d prospective staff members a fair deal
by anyone's stan dard s.
Sincerely,
?!Jyq i.~ R~
Acting Director
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�DECE1BER 26, 1963
Total number oi employees exclusi.ve of .Board of Educ2.-cion:
Whi·ce
3861
Colored
To·cnl
5375
151~=28.17%
Board of
Education
under Civil
Service
358
Totals:
4219
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729
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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
Aviation
Airport Utility Worker I
Automotive Serviceman (SSW II) Motor Transport
10
Building Mechanic I
Building Mechanic II
Building Me chanic III
Bd/F.d
15
Bd/Ed
Bd/Ed
4
4
36
Comm.unity Recreation Leader Parks
6
30
Equipment Operator I
Equipment Operator I
Equipment Operator I
Sanitary
Water
1
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27
Day-27; Night-28
Fireman
Fire
18
35
Groundskeeper
Bd/Ed
25
26
Housing Code Inspector I
Urban Reneval
1
38
Incinerator Trainee
Sanitary
3
30
Labor Foreman


Librarian I

Librarian II

Librarian III


Parks
Library
Library
Library
3
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28
36
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Li brary
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25
Nurse Mo.tron
Prison
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Plasterer
Police Detective
Police Lieutenant
Police Patr olman
Police Ser geant
Prison Matron
Bd/Ed
Police
Police
Police
Police
Police
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34
II
II
II
II
37
36 (6)
40
35
37
26
�Recrea ~ion Leader
Parks
Parks
Recreatio·n Supervisor
Re gional Maint. Supervisor Bd/Ed
Semi Skilled Worker I
Semi Skilled Worker I
Semi Skilled Worker I
Semi Skilled Worker I
Sewage Plant Operator I
Steno Clerk II
Switchboard Operator
Construction
Motor Transport
Traffic Engineering
Water
Construction
Bd/Ed
Police
Trades Helper
Typist Clerk II
Bd/Ed
Police
Waste Collection Driver
Waste Collection Driver
Water Meter Reader
Sanitary
Sanitary (Extra Board)
Water
Total
22
25
1
1
36
38
55
26
26
26
26
28
JO
24
6
10
65
4
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2
28
1
27
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CITY OF ATLANTA SALARIES ACCORDING TO SALARY RANGE
Salary Range
Monthly Salary for the range
24
25
26
27
28
29
JO
31
32
33
34
35
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36 (6)
37
38
39
40
41
42
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Building Custodian (night)
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$326 $340 $.355.:.
276
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326
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370
386
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$457.;. 555
$386 - 476
$403 $420 $438· $457 $476 -
495
515
535
555
575
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Salary Range 19(4)
$199 - 244
$208 - 254
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Gro1-:r.dskeeper
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Labor Forema..'1
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Librari an II
Librari an III
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Police Det ective
Police Lieutenant
Poli ce Patrolman
·Police Serge2.nt
Prison Natron
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Wate r Heter Re ader
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Sevage Plant Oper. I
Steno Clerk II
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Re.creati:m Leader
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Re creation Supv .
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Hon . Milton G . Farris
Chairman
City Job Opportuni ties Committee,
P . O . Box 7245, Station C
Atlanta ,. Georgia
Dear M ilton :
I am 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
Comxnittee.
I would recommend that you call a meeting of this
committee at an early date to receive the la st
report of the PeJ."sonnel Department, and look into
any other matter that might be brought before the
committee at that time.
Sincerely,
Ivan Allen, Jr.
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be: Jesse Hill
�May 17, 1967
Mr. Jesse Hill
Atlanta Life Insurance Company
148 Auburn Avenue., N . E .
Atlanta, G e orgia
Dear Jesse :
Following our meeting of last Wednesday, I asked the
Personnel Board to give me a condensed summary of
employment within the city government. I am enclosing
a copy of that summary for your information. This report
factually sustain that employment of Negro citizens in
Atlanta has steadily increased in the last several years,
and that a vast number of new positions have opened up for
qualified a pplic.ant •
I am attaching a copy of my letter to the Personnel Board,
the Library Board of Trustees, and the City Job Opportunity
Committee. I believe the e letters are self-explanatory.
Sincerely,
Ivan Allen, Jr.
Mayor
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Enclosures
�5/12./67
I\1EGROES ARE EMPLOYED IN THE CLAES IFIC TIONS LLSTED BELOW
Total Positions
AIRFIELD Mr'\.Il'lTENANCE MECHANIC I
AIRFIELD MAI NTENANCE MECHANIC II
AL"RPORT PATROL"MAN
AUDIO- VI SUAL TECHNIC.IA_T'if I
Al.1DIO - VISU L TECHNICIAN II
AlJ1)ITOIUUN UTILITY WORKER I
AUDITOR i u11 lITILITY WOR..1<ER II
AUTOHOTIVE MECHA-T'ifIC
AUTOMOT IVE SE.r1VICEM.A_T'if I
AlJ"TONOTIVE SERVICEMAN II
BOOKMOBILE OPERA.TOR
BRIDGE WORKER
BUILDING CLEANER
BUILDING CUSTOD IAN
CARPENTER
CASH IER I
CLERK
COEHUNITY CENTER DIRECTOR
co~ IMUN ITY RECREATION LEADER
CORRECTION OFF ICER I
CUSTODB.L ATTENDET--l"T
Cl!"STODIAL WORKER
DUPLICA'I'IKG "MACHINE OPERATOR I
EQUIPI•lENT OPERATOR I
EQUIH·:1El'IT OPERATOR II
F irlE AP?ARATUS OPERATOR
F IRENA.t""i/
GEr'l°"ERAL 1-".A:rnTENANCE MECHANIC I
GOLF STA.i.'1TER
GU.A.RD
HEAVY EQUIPMENT MECHA.T'ifIC
HOUS I NU CODE INSPECTOR I
I NCINERATOR OPERATOR I
INCINERATOR OPERATOR II
KEY PUNCH OPERATOR
LABOnATOTIY TECHNICIAN
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2
5
10
5
47
34
17
3
13
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4
41
8
42
34
74
32
3
44
8
234
86
177
455
32
8
10
l
3
16
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2
1
4
7
38
4
3
35
4
61
13
3
100
4
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2
7
2
4
26
13
29
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22
9
18
14
1
7
52
8
17
10
4
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5
3
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25
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LABOP.ER
LABORER II
I.A'B O FOREMAN
LA.l'IDSCAPE DES IGNER
LIBRARIAN I
LIBF.ARY AIDE
NASON
METER MECHANI C
MILITARY PROPERTY CUSTODIAN I
NUlIBE-J.v1ATRON
PAINTE...'ft I
PA.11KING HETER SERVICEM8\N
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PAHKS PATiWLMAN
PLASTERER
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P OLICE LIEUI'E~ANT
P OLICE tfATRON
P OLICE PATROLNAN
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PRE-LIBR4.R IAN
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pm;pnm PLANT OPERATOR
RE~{EATIOrl SUPERVISOR
REGI OI':AL ClJ-STODIAL SUPERVISOR
TIOOFER
S.Af\IITATION ASSIS TAJ.W ThTSPECTOR
SCHOOL CUSTODIA..W
SCHOOL CUST ODIAL WORKER
SCT.:iOOL MAINTENANCE :MECHANIC I
S:CHOOL 11AHJ"TENANCE l1ECHANIC II
SECURITY GU~
SEt-U:- SKILLED WORIIBR
SENIOR CL&lK
SErIOR STENCGRAFHER
SENIOR TYPIST CLERK
SE"wE:i.l SETIV ICE!-'JL'I\: I
SEWER SEI'VICEMflJ ~ II
STi TLSTI CIA..l"\J
STEHOGRA.r7IER
S~·Oi:IBF:EEPER I
STOREKEEPER II
SWITCHBO!L~D OPERATOR I
TAlIDEM DU}1.P EQUIPME.N'r OPERATOR
TENi1iIS PE:C'FESSIONAL
TI'.AFF IC SERVICEMAN
TREATHEi';T PLANT OPERATOR
'l'RRE TRIM:t-IBR I
TREE TRINMER II
TYPIST CLERK
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1
22
10
23
4
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113
279
39
3
40.,,
100
48
61
32
82
18
2
73
17
7
24
10
2
14
106
9
7
140
W
ASTE COLLECTOR II
235
49;
WATf':,R
W/ISTE
WATF.i
WATER
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WASTE COLIECTION DRIVE.'{
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37
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SEl VlCES FOREMAN I
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266
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69
18
1
4
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1
10
9
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7
17
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19
65
436
5
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(I ncludes Libra ry, I.aw, General Court, and
St at e Tra f f ic Court)
VACANT POS ITIO~:S :
VEG O EMPLO'Yf<..;E;:i
WHITE EMPLOYEES
641
2, 428
4,~10
1, 19
EXTRA BOAI;D EI•lPLOYEES :
WASTE COLLECTOR I
WASTE COLLECTOR II
LlffiOf\ER
WASTE COLLECT I ON DRIVER
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2,428
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34. 356 percent age of Negroes in present force
Negroes are employed in 93 classes
30 . 87 percent of the employment service were Negroes a s of 1/ 1/64
CHECKED AGAI NST KARDEX
5/ 12/67
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SI NCE JANUARY 1, 1964, NEGROES RAVE I:EEN APPOJNTED TO
THE FOLLOWTI-JG CLASSES FOR THE FIRST TIME:
AIRFIELD M..AJN 'IENAN CE MECHANIC I
AIRFIELD MAINTENANCE ~HANIC II
AIRPORT PATROLMAN
AUDIO-VISUAL TECHNICIAN I
AUDI O-VISUAL TEX:!HN ICIAN II
AUTOMOTIVE MECHAN IC
AUTOMOTIVE SERVICEMAN II
CARPENTER
CORRECTION OFFICER I
DUPLICATlliG ASSISTANT
DUPLICATING l'iACHJN E OPERATOR I
ENGINF.ERING AIDE I
GENERAL :MAINTENANCE MECHANIC I
GOLF STARTER
GUARD
HEAVY
EQUI PMm T MECHANIC
HOUSING CODE INSPECTOR I
IDENTIFICATION AND REDORDS TECHN ICIAN I
lliCINERATOR OPERATOR I
INCINERATOR OPERATOR II
KEY PUNCH OPERATOR
LABORATORY TEDHNICIAN
LAIDR FOREMAN
LANOOCAPE ARCHITECT
LANDSCAPE DESIGNER
(1)
�SINCE J ANUARY 1, 1964, NIDROES HAVE BEEN APPOINTED 'ID
THE FOLLOWI NG CLASSES FOR THE FIRST TIME
MACHINIST
MAS ON
METER MECHANIC
MILITARY PROPERTY CUSTODIAN I
NURSE-MATRON
PAINTER I
PARKThIG METER SERVICEMAN
PARKS CUSTODIAN
PARKS PATROLMAN
PLASTERER
PLUMBER.
REGIONAL CUSTODIAL SUPERVISOR
ROOFER
SANITATION ASS I STANT I KSPECTOR
SAN ITATION ThISPECTOR
SCHOOL MAINTENANCE MF.CHANIC I
SCHOOL MAIN 'I'ENANCE MECHANIC II
SECURITY GUARD
SEN IOR CLERK
SENIOR STENOGRAPHER
SENIOR 'lYPI ST CLERK
STATISTICIAN
STOREKEEPER
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TANDEM IDMP EQUIPMENT OPERATOR
TENNIS PROFESS ION AL
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�SINCE JANUARY 1, 1964, NEGROES HAVE BEEN APPOINTED TO
THE FOLI.OWING CLASSES FOR THE FIRST TIME
TR!&\ TmT T PLANT OPERATOR
TREE TRIMMER I
TREE TRIMMER II
WATER POLLUTICN CONTROL FOREMAN
WATER SERVICES FOREMAN I
WATER SERVICES INSPECTOR
WATER SERVICES SUPERVISOR
WATER WORKS MECHA!\TIC
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�THE ATLANTA SUMMIT LEADERSHIP CONFER ENCE
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The Atlanta Summit Leadership Conference, A Coordinating
Coalition of Atlanta Organizations and Community Leadership.
Primary Sponsors: ·NAACP, Opera ti on Breadbasket, Atlanta
Negro Voters League, All-Citizens Registration Committee and
·· ACCA. Summit Co-Chairmen: Jesse Hill, Jr., .Rev. $. W. Williams and Alderman Q. V. Williamson .
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
__ ,__ _ t_h~ __{ut_ure __gf _Atlanta and to express our desire to share in the responsibility of its continued growth and greatness.
It is our desire and
intention to share at all levels and in all arease
This morning we wish
to make the following requests and express concerns indicated:
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Special Requests -
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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.
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 Inspectors.
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The hiring of Negro Judges in the Traffic and Municipal
Courts not as Ad Hoc Judges but regular Judgeship statu~.
F.
The Installation of an Information Desk ·in lqbby of City
Hall.
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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. T. Wolden and
Clarence Coleman.
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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 •
Ho~sing Urban Renewal, Modei Cities .
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Our Community and our City Government are on a "collision ·
course" in Urban . Renewal, Housing the prop~sed .Model - Cities
Prog~am • . We have already informed· yo~ of our ·endbrsement
of our community po siti on on Housing as setforth by the
NAACP through President A. M. Davis.
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Urban Renewal
The Negro Community has seen Urban Renewal too often implemented
as "Negro Removal".
We also see it as business and sizable financial
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transactions, where representatives of our race have been excluded
, ____ _from major financial transactions, a crucial item that could along with
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from our community to HUD Secretary Robert Weaver requesting a h.a l t in
HUD funds for Atlanta.
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Williamson will explain our position) where a Negro church, Union
Baptist is the sponsor, a Negro architect and Negro agents are pri. maril y tnvol ved.
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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 Opportunities Committee and the City Human Relations Commission.
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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
. receiving public accommodati?p insults in our city.
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We request a Crash Program to correct the many years of discrimination in the location of park facilities and the quality of park
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Status of Alderman Q. V. Williamson
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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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John A., vfu.i.. te·, Ch a irman
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Carl To Suthe rland
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Mr., Su t·.. c rl and also expl ,. r.e d the syst em
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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-
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Fo l l owi n g the d iscus s i on o f t he Ci ty' s promot ional
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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 .
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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
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of employmen·.: by the City o f Atl anta from Octobe1::_ 5 r 1964 1_ t h _rou gh
J une 30 , 1965.
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c opy of whi ch is ;:ittached a n d made a p a rt o :f th ese minutes ) the
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Depar t ment :.'...n pr ovidins equal o~)_;_:ior tuni. :,,e s for
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a good o ne anc t h a t Mr o Weir vmuld be i n cluded at t :1.c. nex
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TOTAL NUMBER OF
APPOINTMENTSs
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NEGRO&
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TOTAL NUMBER OF APPOINTMENTS TO CLASSES OF LABORER., BUILDING CUSTODIAN,
WASTE COLLECTOR, PORTER, BtµLDINO CLEANER, AND CADDY MASTERS
WHITE:
NEGROa
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SI X NEGROES WERE EHPLOYED IN SIX CL.ASSES WHICH
JULY 1 1 1965, ~
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CLERK III, GENERAL l'1AINTENANC~ MECHANIC I, IDENT!FICATION ·AIDi I, KEY
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LABORER
Applications Received 0
B,.
570
BUILDING CUSTODIAN
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Tested
316
252
316 Applications Received
-252 Tested••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 79~75%
64 Have not reported for written exam .............. 20.25%
100.00%
II.
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B.
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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
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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%
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WHITE
1,735 White Applications Received
1,480 White Applicants Tested•••••••••••••
255 White Applicants have not reported
for written exam••••••••••••••••••••
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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%
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85.30%
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73.93%
100.00%
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FROM
JANUARY 1, 1965 THROUGH MARCH 26, 1965
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LABORER
Applications Rece!ved
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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.
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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
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JANUARY 1, 1965 THROUGH MARCH 26, 1965
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LABORER
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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%
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Promotional Examinations)
1,918
1,727
J,645
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APPLICANTS TESTED
1,307
952
2,259
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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%
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1,918 White Applications Received
-1,307 White Applicants Tested••••••••••••• 68.14%
611 White Applicants have not reported
for written exam ••e•••••••••••••••••31.86%
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IV. EXAMINATION STATISTICS
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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 -
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76.40%
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All Persons Failing .Written Exams
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- 746 Colored 640 White -
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53.82%
46.18%
100 .. 00%
All Colored Taking Written Exams
952 Tot al
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100. 00%
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All White Taking Written Exams
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48.97%
100.00%
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working day. This excludes Laborer, Building Custodian and Promotional Exams.
l-1-65 through 3-26-65
(60 Days)
Applications Received
Applicants Tested
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Failed
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2,259
873
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1,514
1 ,·788
371
1,885
387
2,175
Board of Education
under Civil Service
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Classification
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12-26-63
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Airport Utility Worker II
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Carpenter
Community Recreation Leader
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28
Duplicating Assistant
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164
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Equipment Operator I
Fingerprint Roller
Fireman
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Librarian I
Librarian II
Librarian III
Library Aide II
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Clas s i f icat i on
Nurs e Matron
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Parks Trainee
Painter
Plasterer
Pol ice Detective
· Pol ice Lieutenant
Pol ice Patrolman
Police Sergeant
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Recreation Supervisor
Regional Mai ntenance Supervisor.
Regional Supervisor
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97
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Waste Collection Driver (Extra Board)
Was te Colle ct or II
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Water Polluti on Contr ol Operator I
Water Purification Operator I
Water Works Mechanic
Zoo Attendant
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The Mayor's City Job Opportunities Committee convened
at 2:00 p. m. 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. v. Williamson
Carl T. Sutherland
After calling the meeting to order, John A. White asked
if anyone knew of any discrimination anywhere.
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continued by saying that filling jobs by promotion can be a disadvantage b e c ause sometimes people who barely meet the requirements have t o 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 per-son in that department ·· quaJ..;i f...,j.._e...,s..,.
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Mr. Coleman asked if the promotional system of filling jobs was
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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 legislature adopted it.
Following the discussion of the City's promotional
system,
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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
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of employment by the City of Atlanta from Octobel::_ 5, 1964, through
June 30 1 1965.
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�the City of Atlanta.
A sugges t ion was made by
c.
D. Coleman that Mr. Paul
Weir be asked ' to present a report concerning the progress made
in the Water Dep ar tment 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,
1 Attachment
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�News Release
I VAN
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Ma yor of A tl a nt a
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Mrs . Ann Drumm o nd
Exe cuti ve Se cr e ta ry
F e brua ry 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 employment 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 1 to 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:
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We are pleased to report the progress of the City Job Opportunities
Committee in eliminating discrimination in hiring of city employees.
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a s Atlanta has led tre way in eliminating other areas of discrimination, so
we a r e setting the pace in providing job opportunities solely on the basis of
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February 8 , 1965
Honorable John A . Whit
218 He l y Buildi g
Atlanta, Georgi
D
r John:
I have copy of th 1 tter which Carl Suth rland
.rot you on. February 1 t reg rding the City' •
Equal Employm t Oppo:&-tunity Commit e .
I do not re
ith Sutherland that the meeting hould
po tponed.
•hould bold m . tin imm • tely
to pr•• t · at ye ·r'a ccompliehment
d t%'y to g t
publicity fo-r it. P ggy Ba r in my office will
d to
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p blicity.
Sincer ly.,
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Carl Su:
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�CITY OF A TLA
TA
PERSONNEL BOARD
CITY HALL
Atlanta, Georgia
30303
CARL T . SUTHERLAND
February 3, 1965
Dire ctor
Mayor Ivan Allen 1 Jr.
city Hall
Atlanta, Georgia
Dear Mayor Allen:
Yesterday I mailed you a copy of a report of ethnic
distribution of City employment but inadvertently
failed to include with i t a copy of my letter to
Alderman John A. White, Chairman of the Committee.
I am enclosing herewith a copy of that letter.
Sincerely,
J
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~ERLAND
Director of Personnel
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ATLANTA
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DOG W OOD
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�February 1, 1965
Honorable John A. White, Chairman
Employment Opportunities Committee
218 Healey Building
57 Forsyth Street, N. W.
Atlanta 3, Georgia
Dear Mr. White:
I am enclosing a copy of a report of ethnic distribution of
City employment showing the numbers of Wh ites and Negroes
employed in classes other than Porter, Laborer, Waste Collector I, Building Cleaner, Build i ng Custodian, and Caddy Master
as of December 28 , 1964. This report also lists total number o f
Negroes employed in each o f the listed classes as · of December 26 ,
1963 . You will note that as of December 26 , 1963, 337 Negroes
were employed in 36 job classes, and that on December 28 , 1964,
483 Negroes were employed in 52 classes other than those listed
above .
This report shows that steady progress is being made in providing
job opportunities in a wide variety of classes for qualified
Negro applicants.
Since heavy ~o~k concerned with the budget prevented your
calling a meeting of the Committee during the month of January,
I suggest that you not call a meeting until April if you feel
that this report is sufficient for the January meeting. I am
mailing a copy of this report to the Mayor and to each member of
the Committee.
Sincerely,
CARL T., SUTHERLAND
Director o f Pers onnel
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�News Release
IVAN
ALLEN ,
JR.
Mayor of Atlanta
For further information call -
Mrs. Ann Drummond
Executive Secretary
Ja 2-4463
For Use Tuesday,
October 29, 1963
STATEMENT BY IVAN ALLEN, JR,
I have appointed a committee of city officials and Negro leaders
in order to study job opportunities and recommend new areas of city
employment.
I am asking this City Job Opportunities Committee
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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:
Jahn A. White, Chairman
R. A. Nixon
C. E. Coleman
Stafford W. Graydon
A. T. Walden
Q. V. V'1illiamson
Carl T. Sutherland
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