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METROPOLITAN ATLANTA YOUTH OPPORTUNITY CAMPAIGN

Summer

An Inventory of Childr'en

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1968

Youth Activities in Your Community

Compiled By The Atlanta Chi l dr en and Youth Services Counc il

Mayor Ivan Allen Jr.,

General Chairman

Robert M. Wood , Chai rman of Executive Committee

For Further Information Call-- 522- 4463,

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�~. vt::it ory of Sumrne1, ScLoo.l

and Recreational Activities inNorthwest Atlanta

General Information ~' c :.'

.:.niormation about Youth Employment, please c all; Youth Opportunity Center--875- ~~71 522 W. Peachtree Street Your Local Ne ighborhood Service Center ( EOA) ; Central City Neighborhood Service Center 873- 6757 Eas t Ce ntra l Ne i ghborhood Service Center 799-0331 Nash-<lashi ngton t;qi g hborhooJ. Service Center 524-2084 Extention, E3gan hemes 523-3186 Yins Ci ty 523-5136 North West (PerryH~ .e s) Nei g hborhood Service Center 79 9- 9322 Ext ent i on 351-6710 City of Atlanta Personnel Department . ·_ '.i :1 :: : .

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~olunteer Service Op~ortunities , please c ontact your local : Nei ghborhood Service Center ( EOA)

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YWCA Boys ' Clubs Girls ' Clubs Atlanta c:1ildrs;1 and Youth Services Council

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-·~:·· ~;,for:n2.t ion about schol a rships for s ummer school, please call your Area
~pcr intendent (1) Mr. J.Y. Moreland , 753~9716 ,

Fe:., information about Art a nd Cultural programs, pl ease call: The Atlanta Arts Counci l 522-1300 Ext . 200 At lanta Parks and Recreat i on Department 522-4463 Ext. 311 Your local Ne i ghborhood Service Center ( EOA ) The/ ~anta Childr~n and Youth Servi ces Council 522-446 3 Ext. 437 If you are a t -;nage and h2J.ve any ki'1cl of personal or s ocial problem, and want to tal k to SODP.one in conf idence about it, please cail: The Atlan~a Children and Youth Services Council Community Counc il of Atlanta ,Inc . Your Local Ne ighborhood Servic e Center ( EOA)

522-4463 577- 22 50

Ext, 437

Fer Opportunities for Story-hours, contact your local branch of the Atlanta Public Library, 1he Cr ime Prevention Bureau will be conductiug several educational-community information programs , and will be assisting agencies in record hops and other community programs. 10r f urthe information, please contact: CApt. Jordan, Lt. Dickson or Sgt. Harris at:

�The Crime Prevention Bureau 522-7363 or The Crime prevention Officer at Your Neighborhood Service Center f0~ information about Church programs going on in your community , contact

Christian Council of Atlanta 523-7533 O?PORTUNITIES FOR LEARNI NG

Chastian Park, Church and Rice Sts., NW

SuT.,mer School Programs

Playgrounds and Playlots

Elementary Schools at Bethume , Bolton, John Carey~ Clement, Couch, Cr~ddox, Herndon , Haygood, Harper, Grove Park , Fowler, Finch, Fain, English Ave , Jackson, Mayson, Mt. Vernon, Pitts, Rivers , Scott, Towns , Ware , White, a nd Will iams . Enrichment programs includes art, music, language , drama. June 12- July 1 9 , Mon-Fri., 8:00-

Bethume , 221 Northside Dr. , NW Carter, 80 Ashby St., NW Craddock , 48 2 Kennedy St., NW Haygood , 921 Howell Mill Rd., NW Scott, 1752 Hollywood Rd., NW University, Northside Dr. &Fair Sts., NW Rhodes St. between Sunset & Vine , NW Gilliam Park, Wade Ave., NW 11 : 3 0. Magnolia and Maple Sts. NW Arlington Circ l e, HW Hi gh School programs a t Dykes , Harper , Tur- Ladd St ., off Oakland , NW ner , Wide range of regular and special Perry Blvd . and Lively Sts., NH subjects with fu ll credits upon completion. Huff Rd . near Booth , NW ~une 11- Aug. 2 , Mon.-Fri., 8 :00- 1 2 :45, Habershal and Perry Blvd., NW Maddox Park, Bankhead .llve., NW Heads t art Perry Homes , 1041 Kerry Dr., NW William Scott School, 175 2 Hollywood Rd ., NW If your child has never been to school and Turner Hi gh School , 98 Anderson hVe . , NW ~i l l be attending for t he f irst time in September, check with your Ne ighborhood Service Center to see if he or she is elig i ble, OPPO~TUNITIES FOR RECREATION S1:ipervi sed recreation progr ams, instruction and athletic l eague s are available a t the following locations throughout the summer for all ages . These inc lude swimming, tenn i s , softba ll, basketball, track , volleyball , gymnastic s , dancing , arts and crafts, teen c lubs . Parks and Recreation


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Anderson, Anderson Ave. , NW Bitsy Grant Tennis Center , Northside Dr . English Park, Bolton Rd . NW Grove Park, Hortense Pl., NW Home Park, 1051 Tumlin St. NW Knight Park, Rice St., NW !1,addox Park, iBankhead Hwy. , NW Techwood, 535 Luckie St ., NW Washington Park, Lena St ., NW

�Cit y of Atlanta - Summer - Program Techwood 3-2 week sessioHs, City of Atlanta Tennis and Swimming Classes. Ch~istian, Washington, Carelen Hills and Ma ddox , Classes begin June 12 - Aug. 9, EOl\.

NEI GHBORHOOD CENTERS

Cc~t er sta ff will help organize sports and ot her a ctivitie s for youngsters and adults. Will advise youngsters on opportunities a va ilable for summer camp. Centra l City, 840 Marietta St., NW Nash-W~s ington, 247 Ashby St., NW. Hor t hwe st, 1927 Hollywood Rd., NW Wes t Centra l , 2193 Verbena St. , NW Fl.ILL D.W r-~cP:.,",.TION PROGRAMS AND DAY CAMPS

Geo , Wa shington Carver Boys / Club 481 Thurmond St. , NW - 523-2695 (Fee ) Boys 6-18 , Mon.-Sat. , 9:00 a . m. to 9:00 p.m. Art s , craft s , library, s ocia l a ctivit i e s .

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Gi~l 6-19, M .-P i . np rt , horn making , a r t s a n d crafts .

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YMCA, Glenn Fie ld be hind Atlant ic Ste el Day Camp 525-5401 Boys and girls 6-13, June 12-Aug. 11, 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. YMCA, Butler St. - Perry Homes Extension 2125 Clarissa Dr., N. W. - 524-0246 (Fee ) Day Camp for boys and girls, 6-14, MondayFriday, 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. June 3-July 2-5 week sessions. YWCA, 72 Edgewood Ave ., NE - 524-3416 Neighborhood Program, girls 6-12, boys 6-10 June 17-July 27, 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Swimming, arts, crafts, games. (Fee ) folk dancing drawing and stunts . YWCA, Phyllis Wheatley Branch 599 Tatnall St., SW - 523-054 ~ (Fee ) Girls 6-16, Monday - Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Swimming , movie s, homemaking, sports, dramatic, p8rsonal deve lopment. YWCA Progr am , Ca rroll Hgts. Community Chur c h of t he Nativit y 755 Bolton Rd., NW - 523-0543 Day Camp for girl s 6- 16 , Mon .-Fri. , 9:00 a.m. - o ~ : 00 p m . j June l Q- Au~ . - l9 Homemaking, OUtdOOI1 I1C Vt cl j n, w:Jlllll -Jlg r l ey Park , c r aft , t rip s , c ook i n g , n a t ur s t u dy ( Fee )

Salvat i on Army Bellwood Boys ' Cl ub 779 Ba nkhead Ave . , N. W. 87 4- 7071 Boys 7- 20 , Mon. Fr i . , 9 :00 a .m. to 6 :00 p . m. Spor t s , games , TV, arts, craf t s . ( Fe ~ )

Vine Ci ty Foundat ion 558 Magn o lia St . NW - 523-8112 For Boys and Gi rls ~11 eg~s . 9: 00 * 10 : 00 p . m. Fi e l d 7 tra ck , bas~ba ll, s peed r ea ding .

Boy Scout P , 167 Wa l t on St . , NW - 523-7805 D.:iy C&rr:9 for non- Scout boys 11- 14 , Camp J •.K, Orr, 2 days per week, J une 24- July 10. S\·diTlilling , boat ing , sports , craf ts.

Cit y of Atla nt a Alexa nder Day Camp . Al exander Dr. NW Boy s and g irls 9-11, 9:00 -3:30. Aug . 9.

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Camp Fire Girl s - LeWasi Day Camp

3400 Gordon Rd, SW - 525- 7635 Camp Fire girls Fro non-member boys and girls 7- 15 , June 18Camp Elut a 21 . 30 , 9:30 a .m. to 3 :00 p .m . Sports , game s, ·10s- Mt, Par on Rd., NW cookouts, folk danci og. (Fee ) Girls 7- 17, Jun~ 18-28 YMCA, Me t ro Atlanta 145 Luckie. St . , NW - 52 5-5401 Boys 6-1 3 , 8: 30 a .m. 4: 00 p .m. Monday - Fr iday . Gym and Swi mming ( Fee ) Sma ll group games. YMCA, Butler St. 22 Butler St., NE - 524-0246 Day Camp for boys 7-16 , Monday - Friday , 9 :00 a .m . to 4:00 p.m, Swimming (Fee ) r

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Northwe st Ga. Girl Scout Council - 876- 0734 Chr i s tia n Park - Day Camp . for g i r l s 16- 19, July 9-12 Ca.1ette Units July 23-26, J uly 30-Aug 2. Fairwood Holy Family Hospit al . Da y camp for girls , July 29-Aug 1 .

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Grady Humes Community Girls Club. Perry and Li ncoln Home s. Day Camp for g irls 6- 18, June 2 - Aug . 26.

�City of Atlanta Gorden Hill Community Building Pine Tree Dr., NE Boys and girls 5-8 9:00 - 3:30 June 17-Aug 9. OPPORTUNITIES FOR RESIDI:NT CAMP Atlanta Recreation Dept. Camp Lake Allatoona, Acworth Boys and girls 8-12, Three day and two night sessions. June 17-Aug. 30 Swimming, boating, camp skills. Atlanta Boys' Club 609 Walton Bldg., - 521-1110 boys 6-18, Camp

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Atlanta Girls' Club 1191 Donne lly Ave ., SW - 758-1467 girls 8-16, June 10- Aug. 16, (Fe e ) Boys Scouts, 167 Walton St., NW - 523-7805 For non-Scout Boys 11-17, Camp Emerson, Bert Adams Scout Res., Covington, 6 days per week, June 27-Aug. 4. Swimming, boating, camp skills. Butler Stree t YMCA, 22 Butler St., NE - 524-0246 Camp Allatoona, boys and girls 7-16, July 2- Aug. 17. SPECIAL TEEN PROGRAMS. Vine City Foundation. Danc es for Teens every Tues and Thursday (Fee ) Butler St. YMCA 22 Butler St. Summer fun Clubs from 4:00 - 8 :00

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�METROPOLITAN ATLANTA YOUTH OPPORTUNITY CAMPAIGN

Summer

1968

An Inventory of Children and Youth Activities in Your Community

Compiled By The Atlanta Children .:ind Youth Services Council

Mayor Ivan Allen Jr.

General Chairman

Robert M. Wood, Chairman of Executive Committee

For Further Information Call--522-4463,

Ext. 437

�Inventory of Sutnr:'ier School and Recreational Activities in Southeast Atlanta.

General Infonnation lor · ~formation about Youth Employment, please call Youth Opportunity Center- 875-0911 Your Local Ne~..ghborhood Service Center: (EOA) East Central Nft~ghborhood Service Center --577-1735 Edgewood Neighborhood Ser vice Center 378-~643 Price Neighborhood Service Center 525-1574 South Fultou Neighborho:Jd s~'rvice Center 757-7541 City of Atlanta Personnel ~13'pattrnent

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For Volunteer Service Ofport~nities, please contact your local: Neighborhood Service Cent er . (EOA) "xl1CA YWCA Boys' Clubs Gir ls' Clubs Atlanta Children and Youth Services Council

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F·,~ Information about scholarships for sunnner school, please call your Area Superintendent (5) Dr. G. Y. Smith- 577-3050 For information about Art and Cultural Programs, please call: The Atlanta Arts Council - 522-1300 Ext-200 Atlanta Parks and Recrea tion Department 522-4463 Ext. 311 Your Local Neighborhood Service Center. (EOA) The Atlanta Children and Youth Service Council- 522--4463

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If you are a teenager and have any kind of a social or personal problem, and want to talk to someone in confidence about it, please call: The Atlanta Children and Youth Cervices Council, 9:00 to 5:00, 522-4463 Ext. 437 Comnrunity Council of Atlanta, Inc. 577-2250, 9:00 t,o 5:00 Your Local Neighborhood Service Center, (EOA) 9:00 to 5:00 For opportunities for 2tory-hours, contact your local branch of the Atlanta Public Library. The Crime Prevention Bureau will be conducting several educational- connnunity information programs and will be assisting agencies in record hops and other community programs. For further information, please contact: Capt. Jordan, Lt. Dickson or Sgt. Harris, at: The Crime Prevention Bureau- 522-7363 or: The Crime Prevention Bureau Officer at Your Neighborhood Service Center. (EOA)

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For information about Church Programs going on in your community, contact: . - ~~· ........ ...•. -··r. Christian Council of Atlanta---523-7533

�OPPORTUNITIES F~R LEARNING Surmner School Programs

South Bend, Lakewood and Cleveland Ave.,S E The City of Atlanta- Surmner- Fun'Programs : 3- 2 wk ;.s essions Brownwood· South Bend 2- 2 wk. sessions

Elementary Schools at Blair Village, Cook, Guice, Reynolds, Johnson, Slaton and Daniel Stanton. Enrichment programs, "inc~ . Ihe City of Atlanta- Swimming and Tennis elud es: a rt , music, language, dramatics, classes: June 12- July 19. Mon.- Fr i., 8:00-11:00. Brownwood, East Lake, South Bend, Joyland, Wesley. Classes begin June 12 through Aug, High School Program~ at Roosevelt. 9. Wide range of regular and special subjects, . .· t EOA Neighborhood Centei:t with full credit upon completion. June Center staff will help organize sports and .. , ·i:.· 11- Aug. 2. Mon.- Fri. 8:00-12:45. other activities for youngster s and adults. Heads t a rt Progr ams Wil l advis e ynungsters on opportuni t i es If your child has never been to school be~,·:available for summer camp. for e and will be attending for the first . East Central, 486 Decatur St., SE time in September, check with your Ne i ghEdgewood , 1723 Boulevard Dr., SE borhood Service Center to see if he or she Pr ice , 1127 Capitol Ave., SE i s e l igible. Summerhill-Mechanicsville, 65 Ga . Ave ., SE Fu l l Day Recrea tion Programs and Day ~ s OPPORTUNITIES FOR RECREATION Supervised r edreat ion progrmns , ins t ructions and athletic leagues are available at the following locations t hr oughou t the surmner for a ll age groups. These include swimming , tennis, softball, basketball, track, volleyball, gymnastics, dancing, arts, crafts, teen club. Parks and Recreation Centers Brownwood, Brownwood Ave., SE Carnes-Campbell, 1587 Wilcox S't . ,SE East Lake, Alston Dr. & Daniel St,, SE Orchard Knob Rec. Center, School Dr., SE Playgrounds and Playlots Butler, 98 Yonge St. , SE Capitol, 811 Capitol Ave., SE Cook, 211 Memorial Dr ., SE Hubert, 1043 Memorial Dr. , SE Wylie and Tye, SE Connally, near Richards nn St., SE Haygood and Crew Sts., SR Park Ave. and Lansing , SE 196 Savannah St., SE Harper Park, Poole Creek Rd., SE Daniel Stanton Park, Martin & Boyntnn Sts. University and Hubbard Sts., SE Daniel between Edgewood & DeKalb Aves., SE

Atlanta Gir ls ' Club , Southeas t Branch 62 7- 5207 550 Boulevar d , SE Girls 6-18. J une 10- Augus t 16 Mon . -Sat. 10 :30 a . m. to 4:30 p.m. Swimming, homemak~ i ng , dancing, sports. (Fee) Grady Homes Boys' Club --577- 21.32 119 Hi l liard St., SE Boys 6--18, Mon. -Sat., 9 : 00 am. 9:00p.rn. Arts, crafts, library, social activities. Grady Homes Community Girls' Club. 148 Bell St., SE -•5243361 Girls 6--18, Mon.- Fri., 9:00- 3:30 (Fee) Salvation Army Fultnn Boys' Club 172~Carroll St., SE - 577--1592 Boys 7-17, Mon. - Sat., 9:00- 6 :00 Sports, games, TV, arts & crafts. (Fee) Salvation Army Fulton Girls' Club - 577- 1592 172 Carroll St., SE Girls 7-18, Mon.- Sat., 9:00- 9:00 Sports, games, TV, homemaking. (Fee) Virgil P. Warren Boys ' Club I 90.~Be:cne St., SE - 622- D!i8 Boys 6-18, Mon. - Sat., 9:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m. Arts, crafts, library, social activities. (Fee)

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YMCl'~, Southeast Branch 17 65 Memorial Dr. , SE -373-6561 Boys 6-12 , Mq~.-Fri,, 9 :00 a .m. to 3: 00 p .m., June 17-Aug, 9, Game s and crafts (Fee ) J os eph B. Whitehead Boys ' Club 1 900 Lakewood Ave, , SE - 627-4 617 Boys 6-18 , Mon,-Sat ., 9 :00a ,m. t o 9 : 00 p .m. Arts, crafts, library, s ocial a ctivitie s. (Fee ) Kirkwood Chri s tian Cent er 1895 Boulevard Dr. , SE - 377- 6353 Play yard weekday s, June 10- Aug . 16 limit number, ages 4- 8 , 9 : 00 a . m.-noon . Ages 7- 1 3 , 9 :00 t o noon and 2 :00 p .m. . 4 : 30 p, m. Craf ts, tabl e game s , drama, music. Methodi st Paris h Hous e 364 Kelly St , SE - 577-1 56 9 Pl aymobi l e Mon ,- Fri . 9 : 30 a .m. - noon . Vacat i on Bible School, June 9-13 , 7 : 009 : 00 a .m. Teen Counc il 3 : 00 p.m.- 6 : 00 p .m . Pool t ables , dancing , games , Wesley Community Cent ers , I nc . ( 3 l ocations ) Bethl ehem Community Cent er , 9 Mc Donough Blvd . Capitol Homes Ctr . , 17 5 Woodwa r d Way, SE 622-091 9 or 525- 5841 Richardson St , Center Day camp for boys and g i r ls age s 6-11 June 10- July 21, 9 :00 a .m. 2 p.m. Cookouts , swinnimg , hike s , crafts . Camping . YMCA , Butler St . Summerhill Exte nsion 630 Fraser St ., SE 524-0246 Day Camp for boys and g i r ls 6-14, Mon . thru Fri., 9: 00 a . m. to 4 : 00p . m., J une 3 f or two -five we eks s essions Boy Scout s , 165 Walton St ., 52 3-7805 Day Camp f or Non-Scout Boys 11-14, Camp J. K. Orr , 2 days per week, June 24- Aug 10 Swimming , boating, s ports , crafts. Camp Fi r e Girls - LeWas i Day Camp 3400 Gordon Rd. , SW - 525-7635 ( Fee ) For non- member boys a nd girls 7-15 June 19- 30, 9:30 a .m. to 3:00 p .m. Sports, games, cookouts, fo lk da nc i ng. YMCA , Metro Atlanta Luckie Street, NW - 525-5401 Boys 6- 13 , ~:00 to 11:30 a. m., Monday Satur day. Gym & Swimming . Small group games. ( Fee )

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YMCA, Grant Park Day Camp 525- 540:i,. Boys and girls 6-13 , June 12 - July 21, 8 : 30 a.m. 50 4 : c 00 p .m. (Fee ) ' YMCA, South Bend Day Camp - 525 -5401 Boys and gir l s 6-13, June 12-July 21, 8 : 30 a . m. t0 4 : 00 p .m. (Fee ) YMCA , 72 Edgewood Ave ,, NE , 524 - 3416(Fee ) ~i-Naighbor Program, girl s 6-12, boys 6-10 , June 17-Aug .17, 9: 00 a. m. 50 5 : 00 p .m. Swimming, arts, cra fts , games, drawi ng, stunt s, c hart reading , f olk danc i ng . YWCA, Phyll is Wheat l ey Br a nc h ( Fee ) 599 Tatna l l St., SW - 523 - 0543 Gi r l s 6-16 , Mon .-Fri ., 9 : 00 a.m. t o 4 :00 p . m. Swi mmi ng , movi es , homema ki ng , sport s , YWCA Program , Thomas vil l e Community Bi bl e Way Chur ch 1840 Thoma sville Dr . , SE - 523- 0543 Day Camp f or g i r l s 6- 16 , Mon. -Fri . , 9 : 00 a .m. t o 4 : 00 p .m. June 10- Aug . 1 9 Homemaking , outdoor r ecreation, Swimming at Washington Park , ( Fee ) trips , cooking , nature s tudy . Camp Fire Girls Camp Wohelo (Day Camp ) Girls 7-17, June 1 0- 21 . (Fee ) Ea s t Si de Boys Club 1400 Blvd . Dr. NE - 523- 0724 Boys 6-18 , 9 : 00 - 9 : 00 Ar t & Cultural Programs, a rt s , crafts, sport s, games e t c . Northwest Ga . Girl Scout Council Excha nge Park Day Camp. For Gir ls 7-17, July 9-1 2 , 16- 19 , July 23- 26 , J uly 30-Aug 2 . Northwe st Ga . Gir l Scout Council For est Pa rk Day Camp . For Gi r l s 7-17 , J ul y 8-11, 15-18 Camp Fire Girls Camp Tawasi N. Parkwood Rd, Decatur For Gi r l s 7-17 , June 17-28, July 1-12. Reynol dstown Communit y Gi r ls Club Da y Camp for girls 6-18 . June 13 - Aug-26,

�OPPORTUlHTIES FOR RESIDENT CAMPS Wesley Community Center 9 McDonough Blvd. SE - 627-0176 3 locations - Bethlem Center Capitol Hornes Center Richard Street Center. Camp for boys and Girls 6-15. July 3-12, July 17-26 - (Fee) Atlanta Recreation Dept . Camp Lake Allatoona, Acworth Boys and girls~ 8-·1 2. Three day and two night sessions. June 17-Aug., 30. Swimming, boating, camp skills. Atl anta Boys' Club 1191 Donnelly Ave ,, SW - 758-1467 Girls 8-16, June 6-Aug,-16. Boy Scouts, 167 Walton St., NW - 523-7 805 For non-Scout boys 11-17, Camp Emerson, Bert Adams Scout Res,, Covington, 6 days per week , June 23-Aug.-4; Swimming , boat ing , camp skill s, SPECIAL TEEN PROGRAMS. Grady Hornes Community Girls' Club 148 Bell St , SE 524-3361 Girls 6-18, June 1- July 31. Supper Club, Sewing, home nursing. Butler Street YMCA 22 Butler St. Summer Fun Club, from 4:00 to 8:00 eae~ eve~ing. Kirkwood Christian Center 1895 Boulevard Dr. S.E. 377-6353 Program in planning stage, please call for further information.

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ATLANTA, GA. 30303

Tel. 522-4463 Area Code 404

IVAN ALLEN, JR., MAYOR R. EARL LANDERS, Admini strative Ass istant MRS. ANN M. MOSES, Executive Secretary DAN E. SWEAT, JR ., Di r ector of Governmental Liaison

Greetings:

The Atlanta Children and Youth Services Council, in its second year as the city's official agency for the prevention of juvenile delinquency, has begun a difficult task. During the coming year, its functions are to be greatly expanded in line with the aim of building sound programs for the youth of today- who are our citizens of tomorrow. As May-or of Atlanta, I congratulate the Youth Council I s Board and staff for its accomplishments in the past. I am equallyconfident that the future work of the Council will result in even greater success, as wfil be reflected in the decrease of youth crimes and delinquency- in our city- ,

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INTRODUCTION Since its inception, February 1966, the Youth Council, thou:3h in its infancy, has nadc niBnificant progress in fulfillinc its r.1ission and function. The chonces in the patterns, incic1ents, and prevalence of delinquency .ire but a sr:iall p.:1rt of the kind of uorl~ effort and / or i1:ipact t-Jhich the Youth Council has had on the services which Atlanta provides for its children and youthe As a coordinating agency, noot of the Council's tml"k through and in cooperation \·7 ith other agencies in terns nation, developinc, planninr;, inplcoentinc, and funding A list of the aeencies cooperatinr; ~,ith the Council rniy the i\rpendi:c.

hns been of coordi• prograns. be found in

The activities o·f the Council hnve ranged fron provicling assistance to individual children nnd their fanilies to assisting coon.unity sroupo; to uorkinc uith planning and funding ocencies like Nodel Cities, E.O.A., United Appeal, Christian Council, as uell as oany other federal, state, and local .ngcnciei:;.

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THE ATLAUTA YOUTH COUNCIL'S BOARD OF DIRECTORS l-1nyor Hon. Ivnn Allen, Jr. Chairnan Robert Wood

Vice Chairoan Franklin N. Thor:uw

Secretary i>Iichacl H. Trotter

Treasurer Fletcher Coor:1bs E:{ccutive Director John W. Cmc Henbers

Hrs. Rhocleo Perdue, Neober at Lar:3e Frank Caroine Dejonah Franklin Nrs. Vivian Henderson G. Arthur Houell Mrs. Clayton Yates Elt.

Ocie J. Irons Jerry Luxcmburner Frank A. Player Hra. Hnry A. Sanford

Officio t-1 eobers

Hon. Uerbert T. Jentcina ••••••••••••••••••••••••••• Chief of Police l>Ir.

John H. Letson••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••Superintcndent of Schools

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c. Delius ••••• ••• ••••••••••••••• , •••••••• General

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�Hl-IAT IS THE COUNCIL? The Youth Council is nn official municipal agency created in 1966 by the 1-1.:iyor and l3oar<l of Alden.um. This a~ency is designed for the prevention and control of juvenile delinquency .:1nc1 the developnent of children and youth. In this capacity it llas a r.rulti-faccted responsibility for city uiclc planning, coordination, formulation and inplenentation of coonunity prograos for deliquency prevention and control and youth services.

WHAT IS THE COUNCIL EXPECTED TO DO? The Council is expected to: (1) Obtain cooperation and coordination of exintins prograos, effects an<l aeencies; (2) collect, interpret, and disseoinate inforoation about progrnoo and projects related to youth; (3) nssist pgencies in finding nnd obtaining financial and progra01.--iatic resources; (4) provide technical assistance and consultation on youth prograns; (5) asnist ar3encies in the training of staff; (6) support and initiate neces.Gar y lccislation .nnd public policies to facilitate oervices to youth; (7) and to stinulate and uork for t he est a blishnent of ncu and inovative progrnos that uill alleviate prob l er:is affecting children and youths with priority on dcliquency and deviant behavior. I H WHAT AREAS OF SERVICES IS

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YOUTH COUNCIL CONCERNED?

t·n1ile the Youth Council is priocJrily concerned ,,ith deviant behavior and nore specifical l y juvenile deliqucncy, the Board of Council recoc• ni zes t hat delinquency is only one foro of devi.'.lnt behavior and is in no way i nclusive of the total 3anut of probler.1S fa.cine our children and yout h . There f ore , the Board of the Council has broadened its funct iono in s uch a uny as to .nss ia t ncenc i es uith any problcos related t o children, youth , and young adul ts i n t he a r ea. of he.1 1t h , education, welfare , delinquCJ.icy , recreation and ot her areas of chi l dren and youth pro• blcms .

SPECIFICALLY FOR WHAT KIND OF SERVICES NAY AN AGENCY OR AN ORGANIZATION CALL ON THE COUNCIL? 1.

As speaker, discussant or participant in neetinns, conferences, etc. , your aGency nay be con<luctinc;

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to pr ovide t echnical assis tance and cons ultat i on;

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t o gather and provide s ta tis t ica l in fon:-iation or s ource of infornation about youth procraos ;

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to serve as a convener and give otnff assistance t o groups ond agen• cies where. prograr.1 servi ces are overlapping, duplicated, lacking or uncoordinated

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to assist asency Boards and staff in interpreting, clarifying, and changins prograr:1S effectin13 youth services;

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to establish·contact uith the proper public and private aBency that r:ay help in oeetin3 a need or concern of the agency;

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to assist a3encies, and organizations tn setting priorities and oeetin3 unoet and ne,;-J needs uhich nayexLot iu t 1 .c c:::ir.:. ·. unity.

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to assist agencies and organizations in publicizing aud distri0utin13 inforoation c1bout their services and special prograos which they nay be undertaking ;

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to conduct and assist n3encies in conducting staff devclopocnt and training pror;rao in the areas of youth servicen;

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to distribute funds to operating asencies that 1;1ny becone available to or through the Council for their une in operating nnd carryinc out prosrar.is related to the purposes and objectives of the Council.

�FL\CTS ABOUT ATLi~NTA' S CHILDREN .i\ND YOUTH Training and Er;ploynent The younc uorker ace 16-21 will account for 45% of the increase in the nations labor force6 The youth enployoent role for non-hi3h school gr.:1duates fa 14%; for high school sraduates is 6%; for collese cracluatcs is 3%. 1 out of every 4 youth oeeking .:"l }o::; in /1.t lanta has not coop l etcd hi3h school. 3 out of 10 entering the labor force uill not have finish• ed hich school.

Unenployoent rates for i]er:;ro Youth continues to increaae. It i o doubled that of the Uhite Youth. The enployuent r.:ite for the black ehetto in sane areas run .:2s hi 13h as 50-80%. Ar, oany as 75,000 hich school and college youth uere lookine for jobn durinc the sur:1Der of 1967. Urban I-Ii~ration of rm:·al youth, r.!ilny of these necroes; the poorly educatecl, the unskilled, and unp repared fo r conplete urban life, and i tn frw;trations, is posin0 a serious pr obl cn of eoploynent and training for the City of Atlanta8 There uere a t otal of 2,032 youth served throueh the Atlanta NYC, in an<l out of achool ?rograns. Juvenile Deliquency and Youth Crine In 1967, oorc th.:in 10,000 j uvenile cnoes involvinc auto theft, larceny, robbery, and burgulary, glue sniffin3, enDbling, lottery and na licious nischiefa uerc handled in the courts in the Atlanta area. There l'Iere uore than 1,000 juveniles on probation in Fulton County~ Hore than 50% of all persons arrested for un jor cl"ine in Atlanta are belou 17 yea rs of age. Recidivis1:1 anone cleliqucnts nnd crininnlo

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aboui: 50%.

The crioe and juvenile clcliqucncy rate in Atlanta has increased alr.1ost 10 tiues faster than durins the 11 year period froa 19S5-65.-

22% of totnl crines and delinquency cocoitted in the city is cor..,oi• tted in the Hodel Cities Coi:,1nunity o Approxii;ia tely 50% of the state's arrests are related to the socio ... econonic level o The juvenile delinquency rates in L\.tlanta is 6, 15, 23, 37 per 1,000 releases co@pared to 50 for the United States and 25 for Georeia.

�Abandonr:ient of ninor children caacG resulted into 47G sentences. E:ccessive use of alcohol in a contributins factor in 70% of the crioin.:11 cases in cril:1inal court in Fulton County. The nuober of serious crines in l\tlanta during the first quarter of 196G rooe 20% over the sauc period in 1967. There ucre 164 civil disor<lera reported durinc the first 9 oonths of 1967, 5% uere nnjor, 25% ucre ::;erioua, but not oajor, and 70% uere r:1inor. Educ.:ition There uere 253,430 youth in the Hetropolitan l,tlnnta school systeu1s in 1967. 'there .:ire 115,000 in Atlanta proper. The figures for the Hetropolit.:in .:irea includes 165,535 otudents in eleoen tary school; 34,503 in high school and 35,330 in special ancl night classes. There are 6,415 atuden ts .:ictively enrolled in Vocational Education pro3raos. The dropout rate for Atlanta is about 7%. Less than 50% of t r.e childr en uho enter school in the f irst 3rade ever reach t he 12th crade i n the Atl.:inta Public Schoofo. The al>senteeisu rate aoori2 student s in hinh dolinquci1t arcoo i n critical. TI-ie nedi.:1n percent of all high ochool ~ ,a!llt8 attending Atl anta Public Schools i-1as 90% in 1967. The r.:iedian rate for those hieh s chools s ervinr; lm·1 incone area s mis ::35%. fi. cr oss-the-country r er>ort ci t en the f ollouinr; reasonn f or pcra_ono droppi113 out of school ; disintercot , hone rcsponnibilitics , unfavor.:1ble parental attitudes , peer inf l uence, unhappy hone situati ons.

The imne repor t characte rized t he t ypi c.:il potentinl <lropout ns : unde rachi evers, irrecular .:ittendanccs, frequently tar dy, nonDpar ticipant a , a discipline probleo. urposelcssneso , and L-ialc s ex. Apprm~inat e ly 90% of the youth in Atlanta ' n nchool s ten:ri.nnte their educat ion a fter hi 3h school. The city 's s chool s are seriously overcrou<led and predooina t e l y :Negro. At the sar:1e tine, t he surburban s chool systens reoain prcdooinotely white. TI1e readine achiever;ient l evel s of chil dren livinG in the inner-city are J to 7 crades belou that of the averace Gth r;radc studento

Physical Dnd Nenta.l Ifoa l th There are approxioately 120,000 nentally ill persons in Atlanta, about

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�I 16,000 of these are children . The infant nortali t y rate in i\tlc:mta r uns as hir;h as 42 per l,COC population in the loucn!: nocio-econooic areas., This is 3 tines that for the city. The in.font n ortality rate for Ncnroen i t;; t,;1ice that of ,;1hites. Half of Atlanta children under 15 have never visited a dentist. The Health Departn e n ta in t he Atlanta .:1 r ea arc able to serve only lo% of t he children needin2 dental care,

At lca at one out of ever y 250 t eena ge boys and Gi r ls cont act V.D. Recreation and Leisur e Th e a r eaa .:toa t lacl.dne a nd in need of r ecreational services have t he hi13hest popu lntion densitie::; and level3 o f pove rty, s o that pers ons ca.n no t pr ovide t h eir mm rec rea tional outle t s. Nos t o f t he fine a rts ancl cul tura l proer.:io s a r e n o t avai l able . t o child r en and yout h in the i nne r ci t y cmcept thr ough the schools. · Fine arts program, offered by t he various art a nd cultural ornanizations provi<le little or no service to nino ritie s and f or inner city youth. One of the najor sourceo o f recreation and leisure in Atlanta ia the public library. There is a definite s hortage of funds available to the library for branch e2,,.1)ansion, audio-visual and outreach prograr.u:.. Children and Youth Welfare There a re sor.1e 300 boys and nirls returning to the Atl.lntn Coouni ty fron. the Yout!1 Developoent Centers, nany o f these have no place to go nnd no r.1eanin3ful uay of rc-cn.teri:1r; the coonunity. There is a real need to as::;ist adoption and foster placeuent aGencies in findins suitable plnceoents for hard to p lace children. Hany fatherless boy::; are in need of pooitivc father ina:::;es of bin brother types 't·Jith uhon they can rel<1 te or identify. n1e probleo of illegitinacy in the. country and in Atlanta is very seriouo. There uere 300,000 illecitiun.tc birtho in the United States n1ere l1.'ls uore than 2~G90 illegitiuatc births in Atlanta.

�HIGHLIGHTS of the ATLAi~Tl\. CHILDREH and YOUTH SERVICES COUNCIL'S WORK

for 1967-1968 The specific activities undertaken by the Council to fulfill ito objectiveo uere .:1s follous: A.

Forr.1 Ulation of Cor.uunity Procraon of Deliquency Prevention to be carried out by Public or Private Agencies.

+ Participated and advised the Atlanta Board of Education in developing progrm.1S u h ich llould train teachers to identify .::tnd deal ,;-, ith r o o::-i nentnl health problensn

+ Pa rt icipated uith the schools and Cor:u:\Unity Chest Acencies nnd other public nsencies in deve l oping progrru:is for children attend ing halfday classes in the nor thuest schools.

+ Assisted and uorked uith t he Atlanta Arts Council in clevelopin3 Art and Cult ural programs for inner-city children and youth.

+ Ad.vised .:1nd uorked uitll the a-.1ory University - Grady Ho::;pi tal in developing an adolescent precnancy pr oject for the Houard Hi3h School area.

+ Developed a health exnoiruJ.tion prograo for ?.:lrticipants in the Youth Opportunity Prograr.1 throunh the oervicco of the Fulton Nedical Association ancl the Red Cr oss.

+ 11.dvised a~J uo rked ,:-1 ith the i\tlanta Board of Education, Voc.itional, Education.'.11 Division in developing a high school uork-study procran .

+ Aosiste<l the Gcor3ia Arts Counission in devclopinc and fund i nc a photography pror;ran fo r arts in the i nner-ci t y.

+ Developed a lonr:; uitb t he Atlanta lirts Council, Georcia Ar ts Co• nrais oion a pa indnc a rt o pr ocran fund ed by the Arthur Ha rri s Foundation .

+ Developed and cooperated -ui th EOA in a ope cial inner-city Ar t s prosrau uith Leroy i'leionn .

Thi a project is funded by FJJ!i. .

+ Uorked with the Board o f E<lucation , federal volunteers, and the Crir-1e Prevention Bureau in developin3 a r.w.soive Ilack•To- School Canpaien.

+ Worked for chancing the city's child labor laus to roke it possible for oore kids to net j obso

+ Net ,.,ith the Conounity Chest Hetropolitan Boys Club::;, Officials of the Coan School and the Board of Education in developinc plano and p-rograus for neuly created East Side Boys Club in

�the Kirkwood- Ec1nei:-10od nreu. B.

I npler:1entation of i\ction Procrans, carried out by the Council's ot-m ataff.

+ Developed a tutorial procran for peraona participating in the .Absentee Project utilizinc federal volunteers and vacationins teachers.

+ Developed uith nssistance fron the Resional Office of 1-IEW, Ris her Education and several collcce in the rc3ion nn "Off•Cm::ipus uorkstucly prograr..111 tvhich provided student staff for acencics in the city.

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Providins Technical Aasistancc and Consultative Scrvicea to Agencies

+ Provided technical asoistance to the House of USE in developing an cnploynent procrnn for hard to reach youth throuch the ?rocran (EOA).

+ Provided technical assi::itance and cooperated with EO!i., Greater i\tlanta Arts CornJission and the i\tlanta Arts Council in develop• inc a proposal to the National Foundation of Arts and Hur:mnities for an inner-city art procran.

+ Provided assistance t o the Atlanta Parks and Recreation Center in developinc o special ousic instruuent procran by the Elliot Foundation.

+ Advised and assisted in the developoent of a cooperative educat i onal ".'"crcational pro3rao t·1 ith the 3rd Arny in the HarperPlunket-town areas.

+ Advised and ,;10rkcd u ith the Cor.,uunity Chest agencies , EOA, and other a gencies in developinc a procrao for Um-,ed i-Iothers in tthe Naoh-Hashiunton area.

+ Provided technical asoistance to the Georgia Dcpat..-ient of Lclbor in developinc a propooal to ir.1prove the quality of service provided for participants in the Youth Opportunity Car.1pninn.

+ Provided technical assistance to the Westend Neir,hborhood Service Center and the Sta /~nthony's Church in developing their Rent-A-lad project.

+ Provide technical assistinc to hundreds of youth and youth croups throuchout the city in establishing a city wide Youth Co1113ress, uhose prinary objective ia to brine toccthcr ~roups and Jiocuss proble1:.1s facinc teenage youth in the city o

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Plannini Activities

+ Served on the Subconr.1ittee on Day Cc'.lre Pror:;ranc t·1 ith the staff -

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of the Connunity Coun cil o:Z i\tl.:mt.:i in d-!velopinr; n ckiy care project in the Hcntcnc! nrc.:i.

-:- A<lviGci<l and participated uith the Coommity Council of /,tlanta, The Co,.nunity Chest, Parks .:m<l Recreation Departwent in develop-

ing the city'a cooprehensivc recre.ition plan.

+ .i.'\asiated aeveral coor.1Unity Groups in developin3 ad-hoc recre.:ition• al projects for children in the inner ci t y. These include the Thi rel t,r:,~y, The Playboy C:L:b, Federal F,n ployees, B' nni BI rth Lodr;e and sevcrc'.ll churches.

+ Attended sevc::al ncctin3s denlins l1ith ~cpnnsion and findini:; so• lutions to problcus.

+ npproachccl the Chriatian Council of ~tlanta to 3et

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velop surJr:.1Cr activitiea in the churchea.

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i".pproached the CoDDunity Relationa Cor:info:::ion about : l. Problet.1s related to children and youth. 2. Police and youth relationa

Coordination of ~ctivities

+ Developed ancl coordinated efforta

l1ith E. 0 .A., City Public WorkG Dcpartr.icnt , Fulton nnd Dekalb He.:llth Departocnts and othor n3,m• cies in devclopinG a Uodcnt Control Procrnr..1 to reduce the probleo of rats in the city as uell as to increase youth er:1ployoent.

+ Coordinated ancl uorked t·1 ith Health, Education and Welfare ancncies scrvinc the E<lr;cmood-K:lrlruood .:i.rea in helpinc; then to nore effect• ively cope uith the problel':ls of juvenile delinquency.

+ Coordinated uith St. Vincent

de P.'.!ul and the Atlanta Youth Deve• lopmcnt Center pro3rarJs in the Bedford· Pine::, Conrnmity.

+ Coordina tecl the i:.10rk for the Hoy or'::: Counci 1 on Youth Opportu• nity .

+ Provided

a coordinatec! approach of uork in the Capitol Horc1cs area l1ith the Board of Education, Park and ccreationa.l Departnent.

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lnforaation, Clearini3house Services

+ Handled over 2,000 calls and inquiries involvinG

youth services.

+ Distributed infornation to the N.:1tional Association of Theater 0\-mcro, Uatlona 1 Photocrnphy Ot-Jnc~rs, national Entertainnent Association about the providing several pro13rans for the inner City COODUOitieSo

+ Developed and distributed and inventory to children throughout

�the city on sur:iuer opportunities.

+ Developed and distributed au inventory to children of the conraunity on fall -opportunities.

+ Held several <lincussion sessiona uith c1gencies .:iround developine and planning procrar.1s for youth in the areas of deliquency.

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Public Affairs and Public Policy

+ Contacted the Board of Education about iucreasinc the nuober of sumer school scholarnhips to poorer kidn.

+ Held an Annual 1-Iecting. + Prepared a nunber of correspondence to Con13res:men supportinc needed lesislation in reference to youth. -(-

Supported ler;islation to bcnin ldndcrnarten pro3ra1:1s in Georcia.

+ Supported the Juvenile nnd Safe Streets and Cri.oe Bill.·

+ Supported the Juvenile Court Rcforn Bill.

+ Supported the Special Education Procran for em:cptional children. + Supported

the ncreasc Budget .Appx.opriati.ons for I·l edical Service for Rctilrded Chil.dren.

+ Supported the en<linr; of mctcmde<l cln.ssen i n the public schools.

+ Supported the extension of hours that city m1icr.1ing poolG nre opened.

+ Supported the o.r::.o. L\i.:ir,1endnen t •

+ Worked acainst c rtain portions of the Social Security Ano.end• r.1ent, and supported the uorntoriur.1 of the inplenentation of these nr.nendnents.

+ Gave nore than 100 speeches in the cor:10unity and nadc approxi• oately 10 radio and television appearances.

+ Held the 1967 Hayor's Fall Conference on Children ancl Youth.

+ Co•sponsorad an all H.

day Conference on l\dolescent

Unwed Motherhood.

Inter-Acency Relationship and Pnrticipation in CoC1r.1unity Activities

+ Contacted and assisted the Chaober of Co0t1erce and the United Appeal in developine a nassive job and fund raisinc drive for the Youth Opportunity Canpai~no

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+ Develor>ecl .:ind participated in an Intcrar.;cncy Tnsk Force in the E<lceuood-IarkHood are.:i.

+ Developed .:in ·1ntcra13ency Task Force in Dekalb County. + Developed a close 1·1 orkini relationship l7ith the Cor.11:lunity Chest in r.1ectin3 needs in uany of their SC!rvicc areas.

�196 7 YOUTH OPPORTUNITY

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For the third consecutive yeor, and at the request of the President of the United States, the city of Atlanta :i..n -v·~ly npring set irt notion its Youth Opport unity C.:i1~p.:ii 0n coordinntcd by the Atlanta Youth Council. Discussion e;ave early indication that the 1967 car.ipaien should not be linite<l to cnployr~ent only, but rather should broaden its scope to include other a r eas of trenendous ioportance to ~tlanta's youth. Thus, a four-point procrara uas adopted coverinc payinc jobs, volunteer ser vices, sur:iner school, ancl recreation. Er~)loynent and Volunteer Services The carnpaicn provi ded au opportunity f or students to cooplete a s ur.1r.1er job applicat i on ,-1 hile still in school. This early recruitoent uas p lanned to hel p eliL1inate the end- of -school lac jaL1 of appli cn tiona which n icht occur nt the Youth Oppor tuni t y Centex operated by the Geor• gia Dcpa rtnent of Labor . This p l an uould .:1 l so pr ovide gui dance by the counsel ora f or t he less notivnted youn3s t er nec.di nn hel p i n t .:ild nc t his inportant f i r st step , · and in addition i-1oul <l r;ive t he counselora t he opportunity to put volunteer s servi ccG i nto the right per spect i ve nith other t ypes of Stu::JQCr a ctivi ties . The total Youth Opp ortunity effort recei ved 9,66& applications. 49G orders and 1,463 j ob openings.

745 youth ,;Jere hired, li67 oale n.nd 278 £co.ale, through the cooperation of the Georgia State Departnent of L'.lbor , ~tlanta Public Schools, Georcia Retail l\ssociation; ond the .i\tlanta Ch.,10ber of Conoerce . Lack of tine and established oo.chinery .f or recruitinc and nsoign ing youth volunteers did not pernit a really stron3 effort in this nrea by the 1967 Canpn.icno i\n exaoination of Public and Private agencies in the recrc.ition area indicated that thousand::; of volunteer hours uere given by youth. Sur.irJer Schoo 1 The car.ipaign cncouraned Suoner School enrollnent for students t·1ho needed to catch up or uho \Jishcd to r;et ahead acadcuically. Courses and pro3r.:ir.1s in the sur:10er school offered D broad choice to students needing renedial uork or deoiring advance couraes, and enrichoent prograns. Theae provided n conbination of learninc and fun that appe.!ll• ed to r.iany youth and young adultD. Reoedinl .!Ind enrichuent prograns on the eler.1entary level served 7,043 children .it 31 schools and 7,637 at 10 hich schoolso Recreation Finally the canpaign focused attention on the nany uortlmhile re• creation, nthlctic and enrichnent procrai:io available at parks ~ind re• creation centers, comunity schoolo ond private aeency facilities. This phase of the cru-..ipaif>'Tl includecl a directory of such pronrar:is, conpilecl

�for each quadrant of the city and distributed to school children of all ages, encoura3iug then to participate in soo.e foi-,a 0£ recreation to round out thei_r sur.uer. In addition and r:iore closely related to the e~,tploynent phase o:E the campaign, 15,000 tickets were r.i.ade available for Youth Opportunity Hisht at the Atlanta Stadiun sponsored by fin.,s and agencies participating in the Youth Opportunity Pronrarn.

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1968 YOUTH OPPORTUNITY PROGRAH In late January 19GC Vice President Hubert Hur.rphrev, Chain-nan of the President' a Cor.ruttee on Youth Opportunity invited the city of Atlanta to a special r:1eeting in Washington, D.C. The overall purpose of this meetiu3 ,-ms to provide activities for disadvantaged youth in the areas of &,ployr..1ent~ Recreation and Education. Atlanta began i rar.ie<liately to plan and coor<linntc programs for youth activities using all available resources. Federal assistance was eiven to help Atlanta net its prograr:i underway. This assistance included a $30,000 planniue grant fro1:1 the Depart• uent of Housing and Urban Developncnt. These planning funds were utilized by the Atlanta Children and Youth Services Council, the official coordinatin1i agency for the City of Atlanta. TI1e staff of the Atlanta Children an<l Youth Services Council was assigned the responsibility for broad coordin.:ition of the entire Youth Qr,portunity Program. n,e progran ~~as <lesiene<l by April 1968 ~nd inpler:ieatcd in June 1968. Mecbers of the staff are: John w. Cmc, Executive Director Lewis F. Dinkins Terry Allen Steve Fox Ore;anization Responding to t he Vice President 's request the ci ty of Atlanta; at the r equea t of N.ay or Ivan Allen, J r ., established t he Hayor 1 s Counci l on Youth Opportunity. Out o f thi o Council came subconoitt ees t o dea l with t he pr oblemo . Th~a.c .:i r e : 1. &.lploy-went - Hr . Charles St oro, Lockheed Corp ., Georgia 2. Recreation - Ur. Harry Hel ton, YHCA 3. &lucation - I:-lrs. Betty Cantor , B'nAi B1 ri t h l->. Publicity - Hiss Ann Cobb, Shell Oil Cor:ipany 5. Special Events - i.:Ir. Steve Fox 'Ihe effectiveness of these corc1r.1ittecs as well as the entire Youth Opportunity Progran r.iay be found under separate cover, 1968 Youth Oppor• tunity Report to the City of Atlanta.

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a~d ORGAN~ZATIONS PROVIDING PLANNING - COORDINATION ASSISTANCE TO THE MAYOR'S COUNCIL on YOUTH OPPORTUNITY State Agencies

Federal Executive Board refense D~partncnt l~bo= Depnrtnent 1Ioc-3ing and U;:-bsn Developnent Ilealt:,, Edc~a t i oi:1 and Welfare Inte::-ior Depa:.: t r;mnt Comne~ce Depa rtnen t D~pa::tL1ent of J ustice (CRS) Agr:l..c'.:.ltu:re OEO Civil Service CoLimiss i on Count y Fu:ton County Cornr:iiss i oner s Fulton County Department of Faoily and Children Services Fulton County Schools Ful ton County Juvenile Cou;:t F~lton County Child Guidance De1'..nlb County Schools DG'.~.nlb County Juvenile Court Othe~ Public Agencies Econooic Opportunity of Atlanta Atlanta Board of Education Atla~ta Housing Authority ClG:~ton County noard of F.clucation ~ecnt~. r:: Public Schools

Office of the Governor Defense Fa~i ly and Children Servi ces Education Hea lth Governor Cor:rrnission on Crime and Justice Ar ts Cor.inission Recr eation CoOfilission Uni ve rsity of Georgia Georg ia State Collee e Men ta l Health Inst i t ute Geor~i a Departnent of Labor Schol a r ship and Loa n Commiss i on State Li brary .Boar d City of At l a n ta Office of the Nayar Planning Departnent Personnel Publi c Works Department Recreation and Parks Children and Youth Services Conptroller City Service Coordination Coraounity Relations Cor.n.nission Police Department Atlanta Public Library

Llyate NoE!.:'Profit Health, Education and Welfa~e Agencies

Private Non-Profit Health, Education and Welfare Agencies cont'd

Corilf.l~nity Chest - United Appeal Comrm.Jniiy Council of Atlanta Atlanta Mental 1:ealth Association American Social Health Association Anti-Defamation League Camp Fire Girls Atlanta Enployment Evaluation Services Centers Legal Aid Society Atlanta University School of Social Work At2.anta Urban League Bethlehem Wesley Comr.runity Centers Big Brothers Association of Atlanta Grady Homes Community Girls Clubs

Atlanta University Multi-Purpose Training Center Cancer Society of Atlanta Georgia Heart Association Metropolitan Atlanta Crime Connission Goodwill Industry Boys Club, Inc8 of Atlanta Butl~r Street YMCA Camp Fire Girls, Ince Carrie Steele-Pitts Hoces Cathol:i..c Social Services of Atlanta Children Center of Metropolitan Atlanta Greater Atlanta Conmittee on Crioe and Delinquency Kirkwood Christian Center

�Private Non-Profit Health~ Education and Wolfare Agencies cont'd N.ntional Youth Courtesy Foundations Paul Anderson Youth Hooe Planned Parenthood Association of Atlanta ~~ory University Metropolitan YMCA

netropolitan YWCA

Travelers Aid Society of Atlanta Wonen in CoDI,1unity Services St. Vicent de Poul Society Salvation Arny Religious Metropolitan Council of Churches AME Ministers Union

Inter-Demccinational Ministerial Alliance Baptist Ministers Union Atlanta Archdioces Georcia Co.uncil of Churches

Business, Civil Right Services and Educational Groups Atlanta Chamber of CoIDI:1erce Merit &nployers Association Retail Wholesale Merchants Association Frontier Club National Coneress of Colored Parents and Teachers National Conference of Christian and Jews Atlanta Bar Association Optimist Club of Atlanta Y's Club Butler Street YMCA Rotary Club of Atlanta Kiwanis Club Jr. League Eraory University Junior Charuber of Cooraerce Atlanta Traffic and Safety Council Council of Jewish Women Apartoent Owners Association

NAACP Metropolitan Coi.::nnission on Crioe and Delinquency Georgia L'.lbor Council AFL-CIO

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COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT AIDE PROJECT (RODENT CONTROL)

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OBJECTIVES The basic objectives of this project are: 1.

To significantly reduce rodent infestation in the City of Atlanta;

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To elimina te or reduce the incidence of health and safety hazards and economic loss caused by the activities of rats;

3.

To dev e lop an effective c i tizen government-involved program for creating and ma inta ining a hea lthy and s anitary environmenta l condition f ree of rodent infestation ;

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To coor dina te the s e rvices of a ll r e levant agencies in a concentra ted effort to i mprove community condit i ons.

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To aid and a s sist the Ci t y of Atlanta i n pr oviding more r e l evant and cons istent s erv i c es fo r its citi~ens ;

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To pr ovide meaningf u l work experience , t r aining and educa tion for poor youth and adults .

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�EVALUATION An evaluation of the effectiveness and impa ct of this project will be undertaken to measure the degree to which the project objectives are being attained. I.

Reduction of Rodent Infesta tion will be measured -by the use of "before and after surveys" of the target areas. Specific items to be observed will include the r eduction of: A. B. C. D. E. F. G.

Rat Droppings; Rat Burrows ; Rat Holes; Harborages; Rat Trails; Physical Presence; Gnawings.

In addition, "before and after surveys" will be made of areas adjacent to the target areas for comparative analysis. Other items to be included in this survey will be:

A. B. C.

D.

Number of structures needing repair; Number of structures needing to be demolished ; Regularity of garbage and trash collection; Degree of active code enforcement.

Follow- up surveys will be made of the t arget areas on a biweekly basis to <le t .e rmine the degree to which they are being maintained. · II.

Reduction of the Incidence of Health and Sa f e ty Hazards and Economic Loss will be evaluated by comparing data ga thered before, during, and after the project. These will include: A. B. C.

III.

Incidence of r a t-re lated illnesses; Incidence of r eported or known rat-bite cases; Incidence of property des truction caused by rats.

The Citizen-Governmental Involvement Program will be evaluated by:

A,

Comparing citizens ' comp l a ints before , during, and after the project; (This will include adjacen t areas, as well as the target areas .)

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Studying the response to and effective handling of compl aints within these areas;

C.

Describing and analyzing the na ture of meetings and discuss ions concerning the rodent problem; (This wil_l be done whenever meetings of this type occur.)

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Assessing the changes in quality and quantity of cooperative programs between citizens and government concerning the rodent problem;

E.

Measuring the progress or retrogression of participation in this program by: 1.

2. 3. 4. 5. F. IV.

Adults; Youth; Government; Owner ; Non-Owner.

Measuring the quality of the structural improvements made before, during, and after this project.

Assisting the City of Atlanta and Other Governmental Agencies in Establishing More Relevant and Effective Ser vices in Rodent Control and Environmental Sanitation will be evaluated by dete rmining the degree to which the City and other Governmental agencies are meeting the sanitation need~ of the target areas. Based upon these findings, experimental programs will be undertaken in which new techniques will be utilized to improve the following conditions: A. B. C. D.

Garbage Collection; Code Enforcement; Community Clean-Up; Manpower Utilization

The cost of these experiments will be compared, and the most economical and efficient services will be recommended for adoption.

V.

Providing Meaningful Work Experience, Training and Education for Poor Youth and Adults wi ll be evaluated by determining:

A. B. C. VI.

Number of poor youth and adults recruited for this project; Number of poor youth and adults trained for this project; Comparing the above with the actual number of poor youth and adults hired and retained by this project.

Oth er Evaluative Activities of this Project will be:

A.

The administration of simple attitude tests to communi ty residents to de te rmine the degree of interest in community sanitation and rodent control.

B.

Asses sing new occupational knowledge and outlook of youth to determine the degree of new interest in health as a vocation.

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�BACKGROUND AND NEEDS The problem of rodent infestation is serious in Atl anta. The magnitude of the problem is underscored by the fact that while there are many Federal, State, Local and Private agencies involve d in some way in rat contr ol programs , there is no overall coordination of these activities; nor is there presently a single agency applying a completely concerted effort in this area. In Atlanta there were 42 repor ted rat-bite cases in 1965. In 1966 there were 51, and in 1967 there were 91. These figures represent a i20 per cent increase between 1965 and 1967. In - 1967, 74,or 81 per cent of the total reported rat-bite cases occurred in bed during early evening hours. The 1967 total would equal 94 if multibie bites are considered. Many conditions exist in the most densely-populated areas of Atlanta which tend to encourage rodent infestation. Some of these are: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Dilapidated Housing; * Long-Standing Tras h Piles; Excessive and Uncollected Ga rbage; A Large Number of Junk Automobiles; Trash - Covered Vacant Lots; Stacks of Old Lumber and Wood Piles; Old Tires; Unkept Ditches and Other Water Areas; Conunun ity Ap a thy

In addition to the cond itions mentioned above, Urb an Renewa l Proj ects have contributed to the increased rodent infes tation of Atlanta's slum areas. The remova l of old houses and other structures for th e building of stadiums , expressways , and businesses have caused rats to re-concentrate in already-infested areas. The problem has become acute in recent years . The dis ease problems associated with rod ~nt infestation are held relatively low in Atlanta ; h owever , the th rea t of r at- borne disease is ever pre s ent when rat infes tation i s manifested to the degree pres ently estimated in Atl anta, It is estimated that there are as many rats as there are pe ople in Atlanta. This problem becomes serious when 30 per cent of Atlanta 's population i s in the most frequent conta ct with the ma jori ty of Atlanta's r ats. · Untold damage of a psycholog ica l nature results from the ra t menace, especially in urban areas. More than 14,000 Ameri cans are bitten by rats each yGar. ** Those who live in close proximity to rats are known to experience both physical and psychological damage that is i n j urious to the entire socialogical environment of a community. The adverse effects of thi s damage manifest itself in a variety

A chart of housing and population characteristics of the target areas is on page 11 and page 12.

Introduction to the Report of the ~resident's Commission on Civil Disorder .

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�of ways. It leads to lower levels of income, education, sanitation and housekeeping. It reinforces community apathy and lack of pride. It remains a constant source of grievances and complaints. It leads to higher levels of disease, crime, unemployment and urban unrest. The technical know-how and professional services available to control rats need augmenting in Atlanta, There is a need for more acceptance, and concentrated application and coordination of these forces through government agencies and other groups having responsibilities for urban development and community health.

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�TARGET AREAS The Target Areas selected for this pr oject are: 1. 2. 3. 4.

The The The The

Model Cities Area; Multi-Purpose Service Center Area; Parent-Child Ser vice Center Area; Areas Covered by the President}s Youth Opportunity Program.

Within each of these areas, specific census tracts, neighborhoods, population, structural characteristics~ .and land area by acres are listed as follows: LAND AREA BY ACRES

CENSUS TRACT

NEIGHBORHOOD

F-87 and F-88

Riverside Chattahoochie Bolton Hill Park Scot t s Crossing R- ,267

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NUMBER OF MAJOR STRUCTURAL DETERIORATION

POPULATION

1,916

204

13,754


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Carey Park Perry Homes Rockdale

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1,974

424 395 324 430 237 176 405 215 208 198 395 260 296 181 676 176 176 219 130 163 289 359 300 376 265

1,262 1,377 1,311 225 798 569 1,245 1,560 1,171 1,560 1,394 1,472 1,582 2,152 1, 783 2,161 2,161 1,748 1, 566 l , 8i4 593 1,967 732 3 ,192 389

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Center Hill 1,077 1,385 19 F- 83 F-84 F-40 F-24 F-7 F- 8 F-9 F- 10 F-22 F- 25 F- 38 F-40 F- 17 F- 28 D- 5 and D- 6 F-33 F- 44 F- 46

F-45 F-55A F- 63 F-5 8 F-60 F-23

Grove Park Dixie Hills Hunter Hills Bland town Bellwood Home Park Georgi a Tech English Avenue Western Avenue Vine Ci t y Mozl ey Park Uptown Glen I r is Edgewood Kirkwood Cabbage town Reynolds town . Mechanicsvi lle Sunnnerhill Grant Park Peoples town Pi ttsburg Adair Park Oakland City Goldsmith

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40 63 39 39 133 18 252 671 130 671 17 39 601 352 99 751 751 791 993 389 91 873 35 99 85

7,253 3,986 7,704 2,422 5,154 2,042 4,792 4, 995 7,704' 5,118 3,986 4, 974 6,884 3, 462 11, 461 5,025 5,025 l., 348 3 ,597 1, 961 6 , 518 5 , 253 2, 178 4 ,415 6 , 479

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F-63 F-55B F-67 F-57

NEIGHBORHOOD .

Capital View High Point Joyland South Atlanta Stewart Avenue

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TOTAL NUMBER OF STRUCTURES

359

989

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5,253

412 853 155

588 809 115

28 240 25

6,761 8,175 3,336

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POPULATION


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7,966 180,285

TOTAL

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�PRELIMINARY PROCEDURES The preliminary procedures to be implemented will occur as follows: 1.

May 27 - June 6 , 1968 -- - Recruitment and assembly of professional and other crucia l staff personnel;

2.

June 10 - June 17, 1968

Recruitment of aides;

3.

June 19 - June 28, 1968

Training and assigning of aide staff;

4.

July 1, 1968

Implementation of work program;

5.

May 27, 1971

Project termination.

The professiona l staff to be recruited will be as follows : 1. 2. 3.

4. 5.

One (1) Project Director; One (1) Rodent Control Specialist; One (1) Project Evaluator; Three (3) Community Health Specialists; Five (5) Community Organizers .

During the same period, other crucia l pers onnel to be recruited will be:

5. 6.

7. 8.

9. 10.

One One Two Two Six Six

(1) (1) (2) (2) (6) (6)

Budget and Fiscal Officer ; Clerk; Secretaries; Housing Inspectors; Sani t ary Supervisors ; Crew Chiefs.

The implementation of the Aide Program will begin with recruiting indigenous poor youth and adults needing employment; screening and assessing capacities of poor youth and adults; on basis of capacities, designing, providing and/or securing educational and training supplements needed; and guiding and channeling youth during on-the-job training i n this project. In addition, the Veterans' Admini~tration will be requested to refer any returning veteran to this program for immediate employment. The training of youth will consist of the following subjects: 1.

Evaluation of rodent infestation in terms of A. B. C. .D.

Droppings Burrows Physical Presence Gnawings

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�2.

Evaluation of health problems caused by rats in tenns of _

A. B. 3.

Connnunity organization techniques, including A. B. C,

4.

Meeting and greeting pe ople; Clearly explaining this program's goals; Organizing and conducting community meetings on the subject.

Vector Control techniques, including

A. B. C. 5.

Reported rat-bite cases; Reported rat-related illnesses.

Poisoning; Rat-proofing structures; Baiting and cleaning public properties.

Other subjects to be taught will be slide-projector operation, movie projector operation, building inspection and demolition.

Upon completion of this training, these youth and adults will be assigned in crews to work with health and sanitary officials. They will 1. 2.

3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Make rodent surveys; Distribute informa tion about their control; Organize and conduct connnunity meetings on the subject; Assist neighbors in clean-up efforts; Put garba ge and debris on trucks; Assist the city in dealing with complaints; Bait and clean public properties; Assist inspectors in their duties; Assist persons in rat-proofing their homes.

A crew will consist of the following personnel: 1. 2. 3. 4.

5.

One One One One One

(1) (1) (1) (1) (1)

Community Organizer and Aides; Sanitary Supervisor .and Aides; Rodent Control Specialist and Aides; Hou s ing Code Specialist and Aides; Hea lth Educa t or and Aides

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�METHODS OF PROCEDURES I.

To Significantly Reduce Rodent-Infestation in the City of Atlanta This reduction will be achieved by: A.

Organizing communities, by connnunity organizers and aides, for connnunity clean-up programs in which aides will assist connnunity residents in cleaning up outside homes, and removing yard and street debris, i. e. paper , garbage, trash piles, junk automobiles, tires and dirt;

B. · Cooperating directly with Economic Opportunity Atlanta's clean-up campaign and extending this effort to a year-round project by increasing personnel, providing technical associates, and organizing clean-up counnittees on a neighborhood basis; C.

Cooperating directly with the Model Cities Program in implementing a demolition program, using youth and adult aides and youth demolition enterprises on a contract basis, to identify and demolish, with the owner's consent, all vacant houses, wood sheds and other structures which the prelimina ry survey indicated were rat harborages;

D.

Initiating a rat-proofing program using youth and adult aides, under the supervision of Rodent Control and Housing Specialists, to rat-pr oof bas emen ts and storage places, and to teach connnunity residents proper garbage disposa l methods.

E.

Formul ating and implementing a comprehensiv e pre-poisoning and poisoning program. Pre-poisoning will consist of dusting trails, burrows, harborages and similar pla ces as precautionar y measures against ectoparasites and dis ease when deemed necessary. Poisoning will be initiated and supervised by technical and trained personne l. The poisons to be us ed will be : 1. 2.

Red Squill - Fortified (5oo · Mgs . per Kg.) Anticoagulants

The baits to be used will be: 1. 2. 3.

Yellow cornmea l; Canned fish; Dark molasses

The selection of bait and / or pois ons to be used will be determined by t he environmental factors and the degree of infestation. The degree of infestation wi ll be determined by evalua tion, and it wi ll be designa ted as light, medium or heavy. Gener ally, poisons will be distributed at an average rate of t wo pounds pe r premise . - Ba iting will be done when deemed nece s sary by hea lth, s anitary and roden t con trol experts. \

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�F.

II.

Alerting code enforcement officials to conditions which harborage rats, and aggressively pursuing policies aimed at eliminating such conditions.

To Eliminate or Reduce the Incidence of Health and Safety Hazards and Economic Loss Caused by the Activities of Rats This elimination or reduction will be achieved by:

A.

III.

Operating a program of community education in rat-infested areas · in which health educators and youth and adult aides will conduct classes in the community, teaching residents precautionary measures needed to reduce rat-bite incidence;

B.

Showing movies and slides operated by youth aides depicting how rats bite people, espe cially when they go to bed without washing after having ea t en certain foods, i. e. jelly, candy, etc.;

C.

Distributing weekly written material reminding residents that unwrapped or uncovered food attracts rats.

To Develop an Effective Citizen Government- Involved Program for Creating and Ma inta ining a Hea lthy and Sanitary Environmental Condition Free of Rodent Infesta tion These conditions will be achieved by:

I V.

A.

Organizing gr i evance committees to accept and refer gr ievances to proper governmental depa rtments;

B.

Improvising a standard grievance form for rodent-related grievances;

C.

Investigating and validating grievances by youth and adult aides;

D.

Conducting classes at which hea lth, housing and code enfor c ement officia l s and the i r aides will t each res idents s anita ry l aws , code enfor c ement l aws , and i egal means ava ilable for ga ining improve d sanitary and code enforcement s e rvices;

E.

Dis t r ibuting information concer ning garba ge collection schedules so tha t resident s wi l l have the i r garbage r eady fo r colle ct i on .

To Aid and Assist t he City of At l an ta i n Provi ding mor e Re l evant and Consistent Se rvices for its Citi zens This ob j e ctive will be ach ieved by : A.

Provid i ng the City with f eede rs of i nforma tion as to the quality and quB:!-1-t i t y of i ts services in the t a.rge t areas ;

B.

Involving part ic i pating agenc i es in a program des i gned to s how t he need f or new or dinances and l e gisla tion i n th i s area .

These goals will be ach iev ed by hea l t h and s an itation officials and staff who are specialists in environmental health and sanitation.

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�PARTICIPATING AGENCIES Each participating agency will develop and provide service within its own competence that are relevant to the objectives of this project. The coordination of each service to all others will be designed and refined by a continuous process of cooperative exp_loration and evaluation. The agencies participating in this project are: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

The Atlanta Children and Youth Services Council; The City of Atlanta Sanitation Department; The Fulton County Health Department; The City of Atlanta Housing Depar tment ; The Office of the City Services Coordinator; The City Planning Department (Model Cities ); Economic Opportunity Atlanta, Inc.; United Appeal; The Georgia Department of Health; The Georgia Department of Labor.

Participation of these agencies will provide an oppor tunity to demonstrate and test services; orient, train, and develop poor youth to staff capacity ; participate in the development and coordination of services into a comprehensive rodent control program; and determine the value of demonstration services and coordination of resources. A.

The Atlanta Children and Youth Services Council.will be the prime contractor for this proj ect. The council is an official agency of the Ci ty of Atlanta and has coordinating respons ibilities for children and youth services and work throughout the Atlanta Metropolitan Area . The council will carry out the initial responsibilities for: 1.

2. 3. 4. 5.

Developing the proposal; Sub-contracting ; Overall coor dina tion of services ; Eva lua tion and research; Monitoring and auditing

B.

The Atlanta Sanitation Department will co-sponsor this project and will be responsible for garbage collection and disposal. It will train sanitary supervisors concerning sanitary problems in Atlanta.

c.

The Fulton County Health Department will request work crews and crew chiefs for rat control work. The health department will be responsible for training the requested crews in their areas of competence concerning the health-related aspects of rat-borne diseases , rat habifs, and _r at poisons. It will also provide advice to the Rat Control Project in developing methods and procedures for the surveys and poisoni~g programs.

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�D.

The City Planning Department (Model Cities) will identify target areas, furnish useful ecological and demographic data, and furnish maps.

E.

Economic Opportunity Atla nta and the United Appea l will assist in the community organization and the corrnnunity involvement aspects of this project. They will identify indigenous youth and adult leaders crucial to community organization efforts.

· F.

The City Services Coordinator will be responsible for the facilitating, expediting and coor dinating of the various City and County services, including Economic Opportunity Atlanta, Inc. He will also be responsible for supervising the operation of neighborhood rodent-control crews in their day-to-day operation.

G.

The Georgia Depar t ment of Health will provide technical assistance and consultation services to the various agencies participating in this project.

H.

The Georgia Depar tment of Labor will refer indigenous youth, veterans, and unemployed adults to this project for employment. They will also provide limited tra°ining under their Manpower Development and Training Program.

I.

The Atlanta Housing Author ity will assist in training housing inspe ctors and code enfor cement aides .

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�FACILITI ES AVAILABLE The facilities available fo r this project are nume rous. This project will utilize Neighborhood Servi ce Centers, Community Meeting and Recreation Buildings, classroom spa ce in schools loca ted in the area, and storage facilities within the target area. The headquarters for the project will be in a designated facility of the City. ·SIGNIFICANCE OF THIS PROJECT The significance of this project is numerous. The most important significance is the concentra tion of ~ommunity resources and services to correct serious health, sanitary, and socially disruptive problems in communi ties. Another important significance of this project will be the large number of youth and young adults that will be employed. Other significant contributions of this project will be: '·

A.

Providing youth and adults with meaningful training for future job possibilities;

B.

Employing returning veterans;

C.

Improving the i mage of City Government in low-income communities.

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�STAFF QUALIFICATIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES The staffing of this project will be an integral part of programming and implementation. While these will be the necessary professional staff, this project will draw a major portion of its staff from the target areas. The emphasis will be upon the hiring of poor youth, unemployed adults, and veterans. A.

Director Qualifications: A minimum of a Master's Degree in Community Organization, plus a minimum of five years experience as an Administrator, preferably at the executive level; Responsibilities: Administration and overall operation of the project, coordination, policies, sub-contracts, budget, public relations;

B.

Vector Control Specialist Qualifications: A minimum of a Master's Degree in Environmental Health, plus five years of experience in rodent control; Responsibilities: Providing overall direction to the technical aspect of this project, supervising, training, assessing needs of project to operate more effectively;

C.

Operations Officer Qualifications: A minimum of a Master's Degree in Biology, plus two years of teaching experience; Responsibilities: Directing and guiding the various component programs, personnel supervision, reports, public relations, training aides;

D.

Evaluation Officer Qualifications: Extensive graduate training in research and evaluation, plus one year of experience in evaluation research, prefer ably at senior staff level; Responsibilities: Designing and implementing evalua tion procedur e, administering tests, training aides;

E.

Commun ity Organ izer Qua lificat i ons :

A minimum of a Master's Degree in Commun ity Or gani zation ;

Responsibili t ies: Plann i ng meeting s , or gani zing commun ities , a ssessing community a ttitudes , t raining aide staff; A chart of the s taff s tructure is out lined on t he f ollowing page .

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Proj ect Director ( 1) Vector Control Spe c ia lis t (1) Eva lua tion Off icer ( 1) Oper a tions Offi c er (1) Budget and Financia l Of f i c er (1) Community Hea l t h Special ist ( 2) · Housing Inspector (2) Sanitary Supervisor (6) Commun ity Organizer (3) · 150 Ai des@ $1.65 per hour - 40 hours per week 100 Aides @ $1-. 65 per hour - 15 hours per week 50 Aid es @ $1.65 per hour - 40 hours per week

.

10,000 9,000 9 , 000 9,000 8,000 7,000 7,000 6,000 6,000

Full Fu ll Full Full Full Full

AMOUNT

APPLICANT

REQUESTED

SH ARE

(3 )

(2 )

s

A . PERSONNE L

,

% TI ME

NO.

FRO M PHS

(4 )

(5)

s

s

Full Full

10,000 9,000 9 , 000 9,000 8,000 14,000 7,000 36,000 18,000

10,000 9,000 9 , 000 9, 000 8,000 14 ,000 7,000 36 , 000 18,000

5 14,500

14 wks .

138 , 600

138 , 600

128 ,700

38 wks .

94, 050

94 ,050

173,166

38 wks .

126,540

126 ,s1~0

%

-

FR I N GE BENEF I TS

5% CA TEGO R Y TOTA L

B. C ONS U LT A N T SERV I CES

S c; n ~

ll..Q

23. 960 S503.149

s

( i nclude fees and travel)

3 , 000

Consu ltat ion Fees CAT E GORY TOTAL

S

3 000 ·

2,000

1,000 s 1. 000

s

2. 000

C . EQUIPMENT

Movie Projectors@ $200 each Slide Pro j ectors@ $50 each Typewriters (Rental or Purcha se) @ $300 e a ch Duplicating Ma chine (Us ed, Rent or Purchase) De sks and Cha irs @ $150 1 Mixing Machine (L-800) 1 Mixing Bowl (80 Qua rt Capacity) 1 Packaging Machine 1 Auto Bus 50 Uni forms @ $15 each 10 Mode l D Duste rs@ $5 .20 each

CA T E GOR Y TOTA L

S U B- T OTA L TH I S PAGE

PH S·S028· 1

7 •67

( PAGE 2 ) -

( carrie d forward t o page 3)

B U DGET PAGE 1 OF 2

S

s

200 50 300 2,000 450 1,885

200 50 300

400 100 600 2,000 900 1,885

2 2 2 1 6

450

71

71

2,000 3,000 750 52

2,000 3,000 400 52

11

i~A

517.907

350

s 1 s

~

"o

2,350

s 10

s

?t:08

515.557

r

�APP LI CANT ORG A NIZAolON

AP P LIC A T I ON/GR A NT NO .

14. DETA ILED BUDGET FO R THIS PER IOD (Continued)

I

FROM

T OTA L REQUESTED FO R PROJEC T

THROUGH

APP LI CANT SH ARE

A MO U M T R E QU ESTED FRO M PHS

(4)

(5)

( 3)

s

SU B-T O T A L (B r ou ght for wa rd fr o m p::i gc 2)

5

517 . 907

s

2.350

515 . 557

D . SU PPL I ES

C A T EGORY TOTAL

26 ,818

26,818

Su_ppl ies (S ee De t ai l ed Exp l anation on Page 4A)

s

A18

?h

s

s

26 -81 8

E. TRAVE L

Au t o Expense fo r Staff

2, 500

500

2,000

Travel Ou t of Town fo r PHS and Other Types of Meetings

2,000

500

1 ,500

-.

CA T EGORY TOTA L

s

I, r;. no

s

,

1

non

s

3 500

F. OTHER EXPENSES

CATEGORY TOTAL

11 - ?.( ')

 ::::::: ,:::::: :::? ::::;:: Z I?

·:-:•:· -:-;.;,

.
-:-:-:-:-:

H. TOTAL DIRECT COSTS OF PROJE CT

r: ,: : :, : :;-;: :=::,:::: ;::::::: ,:::::::

s

-:-:-:

-:-::-:-:

\i \i? :;

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?) ?)(?

? ?Y

 :::::: :;;;: ;:;:::: ;:;:::: ::/ )i

i? }) }: ::\ ()

s

5

565-425

5 . 951

s

F OR PHS USE ONLY I.

IND IRECT COST ALLOWANCE

J.

TOTAL PROJECT COSTS

s

s

s

s

s

s

15 . SOURCES OF FUNDS FOR AP P LICANT SHARE OF DIRECT PROJECT COSTS A . APPLI CAN T ' S O WN FU N DS B . FEES T O BE E ARN E D° BY PROJE CT C. GR AN TS F R O M NO N- FEDE RA L FU N D S D . PART ICIP A TI ON B Y OT H ER A G E NC IES OR OR GA NIZATIO N S (IDENTIFY)

E. OTHER SOURCE (EXPLAIN )

PHS-5028 • 1 (PA GE 3)

7-67

BUDGET PAGE 2 OF 2

13 . 600

 : : : :': : :/: : : ::: : : : : ; ,: : : /: })
-:-:-:

'/ ::, ,> I

2. DIRECT ASSIS T ANCE

s 2 600

s

?i ii :r: ;:; : ;

1. FI NANC I AL ASSISTA N CE ( CASH AWARD)

G. REQUESTED FR OM PHS

2 ,100 1, 500 2 ,000 8, 000

2 , 100 500

4 ,2 00 2 , 000 2 , 000 8, 000

Office Rental Printing and Training and Cirr i culum Material Other Pr ogram Supplies (Poisons , Traps, Tools, etc .) Six Dump Trucks, one year (Rent )

559.475

�APPL I CANT ORGAN I ZATION

APPLIC ATION NUMBER

16. ESTIMAT ES FOR FUTU RE YE ARS OF PROJ ECT SU PP ORT .

(DI REC T co sTs ONLY) A D DI T IONAL YEARS SU PPORT REQUEST ED

1ST BUDGET YEAR

'

s

3RD BUDGET YEAR

2ND BUDG ET YEAR

4TH BUDGET Y E AR

5TH BUDGET YEAR

s

s

s

s

s

s

s

s

s

s

s

s

s

s

s

s

s

s

s

$

s

$

s

s

A. FINANCIA L ASSISTANCE (1) PERSONN EL

503,149 (2) CO NSUL T AN T SERVICE S

3 ,000

( 3 ) EQ UI PM E NT

11 . 758

(4) SUPP LI ES

26,818

(5) T RA VEL

4. 500

(6) OTHER E XPENSES

16.200 s

(7) SUB T OTAL , FI NANCIAL ASSISTANCE

s

B. DI RECT ASSI ST ANCE

. C. TO T AL PHS COST S

s

-.

s D. APPLICANT SHARE E. TOTAL PRO J ECT COST

565 .425

s

559.475 5.951 565.425

REMARK S:

Line 14, D, items 3 , 4 and 5 SUPPLIES

TOTAL

REQUESTED FOR

APPLICANT SHARE

AMOUNT REQUESTED

FROM PHS

PROJECT

Warfar in ( . 05) 6,000 lbs. @ 70¢ per pound; D. D. T. {10% Dust) 6,000 lbs. @ 8¢ per pound; Red Squill (500 mg . per kg. Fortified) 6,000 lbs . @ $2.00 per pound; Yellow Corn Meal (Coarse Ground) 180,000 lbs.@ 5¢ per pound; Fish (Cheap Grade) 100 Cases @ $8.16 pe r ca se; Masking Compound (Emulsifiable Concentrate) 50 gallon drum; Ten First Aid Kits; Fifty 2- cell flashligh t s and ba tte ries;

$ 4,200

$ 4,200

480

480

12,000

12,000

9,000

9,000

816

816

122 100

122 100

100

100

· $26,818

, PHS- 5028- 1 ( PAGE 4A ) - FUTU RE ES TI MATES 7 -67

$26,818 ·

'

�(PAGE 4B)

,I

1

Line 14, A, Items 11, 12 and 13 One of the major objectives of this project is to provide employment for indigenous, unemployed youth and'adults in all phases of this project. The primary personnel request is to achieve that objective. Employment of 150 aides at $1.65 an hour provides a significant number of unemployed persons with a job. It also enhances the success of this project. Line 14, B, Consultation This project is requesting only $2,000 support for consultation. Many organizations and departments have agreed to provide consultation services and technical assistance as in kind contributions.

�:::~:;:T;:::::::10:U

y_·o_u_T_'H_ S_E_R_VI _•. _c _E _s _ c_ o_ u_JN_,c_ 1_.L~ - - - - = - ~ ~=- ~1_ __ _ _ __ _ _ __ _ __ _ ,_ _ o_rnER GRA T SUPPORT_ __

A _ P_ P_:_: _: ~·~ = = = -

I NS T RUCTIONS : L i s t a ll oth e r s upport for th is proj ec t, i nc luding r eques t s n ow b e i ng con s ide r e d by PHS. Amounts s h own should r e flec t t otal fund s awarde d or pendin g over t he entire grant pe riod L-1dic a ted in the fina l column . U se continua t i on p age, if necess ary ,, and follo w s ame for ma t.

·- -------~-~~---------~~-~--------

P U BLIC HEA L T H SERVI C E SU PPOR T

T OT A L P ER I OD O F SU P P ORT

G RANT N U M BE R (If d es i g n atc d)

TIT LE O F ACT I V E O R A P PROV E D P R O J EC T

T OTAL A MOU N T

G IVE D A T E S ( FR O,W-TO) 143.215.248.55

314 ( e ) (1)

$565 , 425

CO 1MlJrUTY DEVELOPM ENT AIDE PROJECT ( RODENT CONTROL) 0

May, 1968 May, 1971

-

>0... 0

u

I-

LL.

< 0::

APP LI CATIO NS PEND I N G DEC IS I O N (Gi ve tit le a nd reques t e d amount)

Cl ~

0 u... LU V)

>

0

z <


~----------ALL OTH ER FE D ERA L A N D NO N FE D ERA L SUPP O RT (RE LA T E D TO TH IS PROJECT)

SO U RCE AN D PR OJ ECT NO .

T OTA L PE R I OD OF SUP PORT T I TL E OF PRO J EC T OR PRO G RAM

T OT A L AMOUN T

-

LU

>

0

~ w

~

0

APPLICATIONS PENDING D EC IS I ON (G , vo title and reque s t e d amount)

PH S- 4885- 1 ( PAGE 5 )

4 - 66

-

G I V E DATE S (FROM- TO)

�· 1

Rats Menadng ·

Area, Near Tech'

I I

'- ·

The Editors: A problem or , the City of Atlanta that is not r eceiving the proper attention is· r at control. I am a student at Georgia Tech and live in close proximity to the Varsity. JVIany times while on the way there I have just about been run over by r ats trying to get out of my way. . . . "While carrying a letter to the mailbox I almost stepped on a dead rat that was large enough to scare off the mean.. est alley cat in Atlanta. Something should be done ·a bout this situation. It is a potentiaily dangerous health problem. Ti-IOMAS BALLENTINE. Atlanta.

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l DLPARTMt:lrr UF HOUSil~G AKO URDAN DEVELOPMEHT URBA:{ RE!tC\-lAL PROGRAM

COKSOLIDATED BUDGET REPOR7 FUR MONTH ENDED October 3lt PROJECT NO. CRP CR 121

!

LOCALITY

corn,JUNITY RDTE'iT.'\L PROGRAM

PROGRESS REPORT

L

l

March

, 196~ ~fo. of mouths ofr which budget is cur1"'ently approved:

12

Current estim.:i.tcd date for' submission of Coinmunity Renewci].; Progra;n to liUD: Mar c hLl.§.L

!

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l

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PL,\~-rNHfG PERIOD

Date of approval of initial budget:

.1

Octob er Gl, L9S 8

CRP-CR 121 Di s[-'o.tch original and 2 copies to reach the l!UD Re g ional Oif ice by the 20th 0£ the mouth folloi-:iug cc1ch calendar quarter.

INSTRUCTI ON S:

"-..

_ _ ll1 . Atlanta, Georgia I PUiJLIC EOIJY Atlanta Children and Yout h Services Council Cot-lilUhITY H.Ll/L\il\L ?ROGi\Jli·i ;jQ. R.E.POR'l'Ii-G DI\ i'::-

1968

·--------------------------------------------------------------------------1 3. P-..Li?ORT OF PROGRAM COSTS \


+---------~---------.,---------+----------+----------------,

AC COUi!T CLASSIFICATION

HU,iD::R

Fed.

St c!ff Salaries Lr.. plo'.1ee Deneb. t Contrioutions

C 1111 0 , 7

Loe.

(b)

Tot.

Fed.

\2s ,ooo 10, 7oor3s, 700

17 ,o

o a 9_00 1 1.200

o

o 900

Tot.

Loe.

es ls ,370

I

o o

11s C l lilO , 'Jl Tra.vel - - - - - -,:·- R _ e_ ?_r_o_a-l u_c_t_i_o_n_a_n_d_R_c_p_o_r_t_s~-7-0-0-+-300 1 .,000 46 515 C l't l O. 92 C 1410. 9 3 Adm in i strative l~QO 3,500 3,900 ~ 4 0 011,873

.I 8~~ir

I

C 1430 Contra ct Services .,_,.,.,..-----·t- :-:--:-:--~----,.--,----.----1.__o_-1__0_,__o__ C l4 o O i Oth e r Co s ts ( spec;i£

1

\ below i yttuch tiddi t .anal \, sheets i f ne c essal"'Y

O

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I I o

OUTSTANDING COMMITMENTS

TO DATE

(a}g

DE3 8RIPTION

C 14 1 0 . 2

COST IHCUP.KE D

LATEST /1PPROVED BUDG1T D/ln:o March .fi.a....

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0

0

I

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Loe. 0

0

- o 118

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0

0

0

0

561

0

0

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25 ,4-'.:: 8l-o

~~j:

13A LAl :CE (a) minus (<l)

(b) plus (c) (d)

(c)

Fed.

UNENCUMBCR~D

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l

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17, G

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0

I

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I

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r~ea:;.

o 11s

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4 61

515

I

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0

0

0

0

0

0

71·

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5 6 lj

654

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13ud[j c't Report fo r- the rlontli of Oc:t . 31 , , .1 0 ~ _ _ Tot al Du<lGct 30,700 Federal ~up~o Local 10, 100 Ot he r s _ __ Items Incul<lcd S<:llarics <111 ci \for.c s

I ~om NQ.

PROJE CT NO. CRP- 121 _· PART I

C l 4lu.~

430 ......

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376 38

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1, 350

0

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Item No •

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NO~ - EXPENDABLE EQUIPMENT

AUGUST

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Mr . Geor ge J. Berry Deputy Compt~oller City Hall Atlanta, Georgia 30303

Dear Mr . Berry : Eocl0sed you will find a Fi nanoia.1 Sts.t m nt for th Commun ity ImproY.ement Program being handled by t he Atlanta Chiidren nd Youth Services Council, for the month ended ugust 31, 1968.

Sincerely,.

John W. Cox Executive Director JWC~ c f

Enclosur CC:

Mr . D E. Swat I-Mr. George L. Al dridge

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UF i·:!OUSI :~G AKD UR.SAN DI::VELOPMI:NT

CONSOLIDATED :S UDGJ:.:T Ri:;POR'i' FUR MONTH ENDED i\up; ust 31, ?ROJ£CT NO. CRP-Cl{ D .1.

URil AI{ RE NEWAL PROGH.A!ii CD;-11'.WHTY RENE;lAL PROGRAM PROGRES S REPORT

!LOCALITY At l a nta , Geor g ia iPUil LIC LODY At l an t a Ch ildren and Youth Services Council COMilUi:~lTY l{LHL\J/).L ?lWGi'1\i·i ;io . KEPo~·ruG VATi..:

19 68

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Aug . 31, 19b8 CRP - CR 1 21 Dispat c h original and 2 copie s "c o r eac h the lIUD REib ionnl Offic e by the 20th of the mouth f ollowi11g Cd C h ca l endar c; uarter . PLii:·:IHi-iG PERIOD Da te of approval of initial budget: Ma r ch 6, 1 9 68 Current estima t ed date for suLm i s s ion ifo. o f months f or . wh ich budge t is cur rent _ly approved: 12 of Comm urlity Rene.....-al I'rogra;n to liUD : M9 rc hl9.§.?_

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ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATIO N .

DE SCRI PTION

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COST rn CUP.F.E D TO DATE

Fe d.

Loe.

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. C 111.1 0 . ()1

Travel

900

301 1 , 200

11 8

. C .:_1~1 0 . 92

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700

30( 1 ,ooo l

27

51 5

400 3 . 500

400

1. 047

Cont r a c t Serv i ce s

0

0

0

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1

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0

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3 . 900

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(c)

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C 1410 . 2 C 141 0 .7

OUTSTANDING C01-HHTMENTS

I

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300

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MOFJTHS

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9 ,000

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6,500

1

0

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4,500

0

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.

Pos i tion: Recreation Pl annin~ Sp , Hel e n D. Jones

J ,,0 00 ". 1, 000

-

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1,000

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430

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1,000

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Loe. 5,700

2,000

l.

2. 3.

3,oo)l

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l.,000 "· 1,000

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0

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~

2,000

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-ERRATAUnder:

FACTS ABOUT ATLANTA'S CHILDREN AND YOUTH Juvenile Delinquency and Youth Crimes

The last paragraph should read: The juvenile delinquency arrest rates in Atlanta are directly related to the socio-economic level. The rates in Atlanta are 6%, 15%, 23% and 37% for the highest, uppermiddle, lower-middle and lowest socio-economic levels respectively.

�THE SECOND ANNUAL MEETING

OF THE ATLANTA CHILDREN AND YOUTH SERVICES COUNCIL

Thursda y, October 10, 1968

12 O' Clock Noon

at

THE ATLANTA PRESS CLUB

�2nd ANNUAL MEETING Franklin W. Thomas , Vice President, Presiding

PROGRAM

Reception 11:45 A. M. Dinner INVOCATION

INTRODUCTIONS -----------------------------------------

GREE TINGS

Rev . Marvin King

Mrs . Rhodes Perdue

Jack Summers

CHAL LENGE for 1969 - ----------------------------------

Mayor Ivan Allen

REMARKS --------------------------------------------------

Arthur Langford, J r.

ANNUAL REP OR T ---------------------------------------

Robert M. Wood

REPORT of NO MIN A TING COMMITTEE ------------

Michael Trotter

REMARKS by the 1969 CHAIRMAN ------------------- Jeremiah L uxemburger

REMARKS by the EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR --------

John W. Cox

�BOARD MEMB ERS OF 1968-1969 Officers and Executive Committee

Ivan All_:n, Jr., Mayor Jeremi ah Luxemburger , Chairman Franklin Thomas, Vice Chairma,1 Mrs . Rhodes Perdue, Vi c e Chairman Michael Trotter, Secretary Fletcher Coombs, Treasurer Robert M. Woo d, Member at Lodge John W. Cox, Executiv e Director

MEMBERS

William Alexander David Allman William Bartholomay Paul A. Cadenhead Frank R. Carmines Fletcher Coombs Franklin De J ongh Clare nee Els as Mrs. Vivian Henderson Arthur G. Howell Ocie J. Irons Ira Jackson Irving Kaler Arth ur Langford

Jeremiah Luxemburge r Wade Mitchell William Parker, Jr. Matthew Patton Mrs. Rhodes Perdue Frank A. Player Charles E. Read Mrs . Mary Sanford Horace Sibley Franklin W. Thomas Michael Trotter Robert M. Wood Mrs. Clayton Yates Ex-Officio Membe rs

John W. Letson

Jack C. Delius Herbert T. Jenkins

�Purpose of the Council The Atlanta Children and Youth Services Council was established in February, 19-66 to:

I. Develop community programs designed to prevent and control juvenile delinquency; 2. Coordinate activities of agencies devoted to the welfare of youth and the prevention of delinquency;

3. Implement preventive programs through all means available to the city departments and private a ge ncies; 4. Collect, correla te a nd d i s seminate information , statistics and data on the sul5j ect of children and youth; 5. And conduct investigations and an y and allother acts nec e ssary to effectua t e its purpose .

ADDRESS:

1201- B City Ha ll nta, Georgia 30303 522- 4463 Ext. 437

�TO: FROM:

Ivan Allen, Jr.

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�July 30, 1968

ME.MORANDUM

To: Mr . John Cox

From: Dan Swe t Subject: In.Kind Contribution

Listed below are the meetings and appi-oxim te nwnber of hours d voted to each me ting which would be considered s an in-kind contribution of my Um to the Summer Youth Opportunity Program. This covers the pea:lod Match 6 through Jun l, 1968: · Hours

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Atlanta, Georgia

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31. 1968 CHARLES L , DAVIS COMPTROLLER

EDGAR A. VAUGHN, JR, DEPUT Y COMPTR_OLLER

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