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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Community Bulletin — 19 August 1967

NIT TI OMM MUN I l Y B, L L SETI N A /i - -' / . / - _ F NO. I ABILENE, TEXAS SATURDAY, AUGUST 19, 1967 Price 10 .._. r __ r ,J::]-l h c r Abilene 'has long need another voice in the fie of mass communications present more viewpoints today's world. This is t purpose of THE CO2;liUNITY THE CITY'S PRIDE Mrs, Susie Johnson is be commended for her work the Abilene community. there's any civic or chur program'that needs a shot the arm, Mrs. Johnson 'h and will answer the call. The activities of 'Mrs Johnson have been many. S has worked faithfully wi the Woodson Elementary a Woodson High PTA'S, Woods Band; UPO, the Federate Club, Ministers Allianc all churches in Abilene. only has she assisted int activities of the above me tioned organizations,but s has directed many of t programs of those organiz tions. She has received wards for service in t District PTA, General Ba tist Convention, and Woods High Band, and she is t treasurer and program dire tor for the Progressive We Texas District o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Community Bulletin — 19 August 1967

The eonmunity- Bulletin Sati, Aug. 19, 1967 H O c 4) k /5A 1 14 IL KS , 2H\, 1C.N5 This is a chicken-n-n business. iLbilene already has chicken from Kentucky; and chickens running. Now, Abilene has THE CHICKEN HUT at 1357 N. Treadaway. Bobby Ray Jackson is saluted by the Community Bulletin for his venture into the business world, Bobby stated, "My business is growing very rapidly since we opened July 6, of this summer," From the comments of his customers, this is one of Abilene's 'fastest growing businesses. Bobby is the son of Rev Joe Jackson. He is married to the former Lavcrnc Collins; they have an only child The Jacks6ns reside at 3750 Janice St. After graduating from Woodson High in 1 9 6 5 he finished one year'of study at Butler College. If you are too chickonnnn to cook chicken on Sunday or any other day, go tothe Chicken'Hut and d i n e on chicken. .._ L...Z T L^L/A&K M/l/V Crispus Attucks was the first man to die for IAmcrican freedom. Let us not for get that he was a N...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Community Bulletin — 19 August 1967

The Communnity Bulletin Saturday, Aug. 19, 1967 MT. MORIAH NEWS According to Mrs. Lillid Kennon, Sunday, August 27, 1967 is Fellowship Day "at Mt. Moriah Baptist Church. At. 3:00 p.m., Mt. Moriah1 along with its guest church-' es: Old Grove Baptist Church of Hamlin, Texas, Rev, B. C. Freeman, Pastor; and; Solon Temple Baptist Church, Stamford, Texas; Rev. L, T. Jack son, Pastor, will begin its, fellowship service, The pastor of Mft. Moriah the Rev. R. D. Burks, and members invite th6ir n a n y friends to attend. MT MORLAH JEEKLY ACTIVITIES SUNDAY Sun. School Morn. Service B.T.U, Even. Service MONDAY Gen. Mission Matron Meet. TUESDAY Brotherhood WEDNESDAY Teachers Meet. Prayer Meet. THURSDAY Usher Board Naomia Circle Senior Choir 9:45 11 00 5:30 7:00 6:00 7:30 am. a m. a.m. p.mo pplm. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 5:00 6:45 7:00 p.m. p.m. P . M NEED TYPING DONE?????? CONTACT CAVER'S TYPING AND DUPLICATING SERVICE. Anmng the lowest rates in,tovn. NEW LIGHT BAPTIST CHURCH WEEKLY CALEND...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Community Bulletin — 19 August 1967

cont,, from Page 3 ACHIEVEIENTS Mr. Lacy taught in Tatums Oklahoma one year before coming to VJoodson Elementary wherehe has taught the (hoi; Music, and Orchestra for two years. lr. Lacy is the son of Rev, and Mrs. Ocic Lacy, 375 Northway Drive; and, a native of Abilene. MR. LLWRENCE HORN received his Master's of Education Degree this sunrmer at Oklahorma University, Norman Oklahoma. Mr. Horn is presently employed at Mississippi Valley State College, and has taught there for the past three years. He intends to engage in more college teaching before pursuing his Ph.D. lir, Horn is a native of' Abilcne, and his mother, Mrs. Isabella Rhodes lives at 317 WTlillow Street. R2. GEORGE FORKERI:rAY, son of Mrs. Juanita Forkerway, 643 Stafford, was one of the fortunate ones-he : rcccived a National Science Foundation Grant this summer. This grant was given by North Texas State University Denton, Texas. It's enabled Forkerway to concentrate his studies on science this sumn mer. He has been a c...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Community Bulletin — 19 August 1967

kJ 5 The community Bulletin Sat., August 19, 1967 cont..from Page 4 NEED WORK SUPER DUPER F o o d Store qt the corner of N. 8th and Pine has no openings at the present, however, they hav6 no waiting list as of now. If you are a high school graduate, with average or above math ability, and interested in working withpeople, b o by the store, fill out an application, and take the test. If you qualify, your name will be placed on the waiting 1 i s t. This is an "on the j o btraining" position. High School or college students who wish jobs for next summer should apply now, JOB TIPS To assure yourself of a job next summer, apply at the business where you wish to work now. If you wain until after Christmas, m o st sunrer jobs will be filled. MEASLES DO MORE T'HAN MEASLES is a serious childhood disease. Complications of measles mny be: middle car infections, p n mronia, and even brain damage. Make sure YOUR child receives a iAESLES SHOT. Serious mcasles can be prevented. GOT A N A D??? For ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Community Bulletin — 26 August 1967

*-*- '- '- A N OTHER VOICE IS HE A R D ** THE :aMl._ _IYT._Y U...... . J_.L ....... --...... ABILENE, TEXAS SATURDAY, AUGUST 26, 1967 PRICE 10 K= 2. r oc MISS MARCENA McGEE OF 4 4 1 North 8th St. has suffered with "Dermasyositis" since; 1958, Miss McGee was about to enter her Junior year in; Woodson High School, when she took ill. At first SHE and her doctors t h o ught that'she had a mild skin! rash. It care as somewhat of a shock whenibvas discovered to be quite serious. Her grandmother, Mrs. Gertrude Sanford, was quick to add, "Marcena had faith in God that she.would recovers" CITIZENS ACHIEVEMENTS Would You Believe A *PHARMACIST??? Mr. Leo Scott holds the position of Chief Pharmacist at the Abilene State School, He has been with the state school for four years. He is the supervisor of four employees. Mr. Scott has worked in drug stores in Houston and, Lubbock, Texas. While at the state school, he has filled prescriptions for many dignitaries, one being ex-governor, Price Daniels...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Community Bulletin — 26 August 1967

cont..from P. 1 AchievoC: nnts the circumstances, decided to promote mo." Now, working conditions and r.y fllow employees are very cxcoll-i ent. Mr. Joe Washington has been offered positions at, ABC in Hollywood,California, Ft. Worth, and Lubbock,Texas, However, he is a man that oejoys his job and location. When. asked what advice would he give those who wish to pioneer into lifecs' wilderness of occupation"-he concluded", ,.a person's attitude and personality are big factors in reaching onc ts goal." Washington is a 1 9 59 graduate of Woodson High School; and, is married to the former Kathy Rcagor,and has one child. When you see a filmed cormicrcial, chances ar6 Mr. Washington's the blarm. THANK Y O U ABILENE Mrs. Piney Scott wishes to express her sincere gratitude to the Hardin-Simm.on University Faculty, New Light Church, and the mary others who wished her wel] upon hdr graduation t h i s sumr.icr. WATCH FOR NEXT IEEK S SPECIAL SCHOOL OPENING E D I T. I O N ! The Commnnity Bullet...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Community Bulletin — 26 August 1967

/ 3JLL CKo JHu Dr. Danicl Haluc Williams, a Negro, was the first to operate on the hunan heart in 1893. Street fighter, Janes Cornish, was stabbed in an artery-a fraction of an inch from the heart. To save'his life, Dr.' Williams, without x-ray, sulfadrugs, or blood transfusion operated. The Chicago paper headlined the event "Sewed Up His Heart." Dr. Daniel W i 1 1 i mus born' in Pennsylvania i n 1856. He finished the Chi cago'Medical S c h o o 1 in 1883, and set up practiceon Chicago's "s o u t h-- side." Because ofscgrcgation in the hospital, h e formed the Provident Hospital, an'integrated hospital in 1891. In Washington, D C.,, in 1894, Dr. Willinas organized Freedrxons' Hospitalthe first nursing schoolfor Negroes. Later, he became surgeon and demonstrator in anatorry at the Chicago iiedical School. The Community Bulletin Saturday, Aug., 26, 1967 MT* MiORIAH NEWS BULLETIN BUSINESS 1ikTINGX' The Rev. R. D. Burks, i Manager Horer Hailey, pastor of Mt. Moriah, is in has boon with S...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Community Bulletin — 26 August 1967

The Comnranity Bulletin Saturday, ,.ug,,, 26, 1967 JOBS L & 0 KING FOR P E 0 P L E The Texas Employrnnt Cor.mission at 826 Hickory St., has jobs in the following occupations. Workers qualified in a n y of these jobs should apply in person to the office at the above address, Public Relations- rToItanCollege Degree,Travel ALccountant Automobile Mechanic Radio and TV Repairman Live-in Conpanion-- Housekeoper UTiaitress School Janitor-Near by Town Salesworlan with fabric experience Experienced telephone Solicitor TJW have a number of openings for ward attendant trainees-high school education required. XI;[XX;XC(XX XZXXXLTCX}QLXXiC^ ILdNT TO BE A FIREMiN OR POLICEMAN??? CHECK WITH THE PERSONNEL DEPT, 1T THE CITY HAlLL. GX 0OXXXXXXXXXXi XZ:LXX;LCX.XXXX MRIS vs. CENT'U'L CATHOLIC BUSINESS GOOD?-'LETS MASXE BUSINSS BETTER WIrTH BUSINESS FROII T.L. A D A M S DISTRIBUTORS. You can morc than double your advertising efforts with aids fron "Adarls Ads11 on useful itcms at low codt to you and...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Community Bulletin — 26 August 1967

..ED I TO I ,....THE POOR GET POORER Taylor county s poverty program has started on its journey to skid row. There is a group of persons trying to stop this journey and put the program on the up and up... This will be a hard fight. It's an old story. Rememberthe Christ tians of years gone by vs. the powerful lions? With-. out your support, the lions might win this tin Poverty programs across the U. S; have failed when the rich, big boss decides to "run the show" and help these poor, ignorant peopie. While the boss and his friends are putting the money in the bank they have rcrarkod, "Those poor people dontt know how to run a business as big as this. WE'LL make'all the decisions for then." The government realizes that poor people have not had opportunities of running a business similar to the poverty progran, there fore OEO has invited successful businessmen to help the poverty progran. The government also rcalizes that unless the poor experience "running the show," they will never-r...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Community Bulletin — 2 September 1967

C THE OMMUNITY BULLETIN 41a/^e7r fro w 4 ear" NO. 3 ABILENE, TEXAS SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1967 PRICE 10 TO SERVE THE CITY JOE E. JACKSON, JR., of and how much initative he and was featured in the 6411 Henderson St., is a shows" SEARS South Westerner News~ young man who is already Joe is a 1962 graduate paper for courteous service devoted to s e r v i n g- of Woodson High School; he at Abilcnos Scars Store his fellow man. Joe has am- attended Langston Universi- where he is presently ombition and ability to be ty in the fall of 1962; and ployed as aRetail Salesmano one of Abilene's finest is presently a t t e n ding Joe has expressed a sinleaders. He states,"An in- Hardin-Simmons University. cere desire to help make dividual can achieve much He is an Honorary member of this a better city for all. if he puts forth all eff- the Persian Rifles, he has Abilene is behind you, JOE. orts. His success depends been selected to the Key on where he places his goal. City Chamber of Commerce,_ CIT...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Community Bulletin — 2 September 1967

The Community Bulletin Sat., September 2, 1967 MT. MORIAH NEWS Mrs. Lillie Kennon o f Mt. Moriah, reported thy the Fellowship Service of August 27, 1967, was very inspiring. The message was brougIt by the Rev. L. T. Jackson, Solom Temple Baptist Church in Stamford, Texas, The Mt, Moriah PMission will fellowship with the Morning Star Mission, on Tuesday, September 5, 1967 at 7:00 p.m. BET HEL AME CHURCH WEEKLY CHURCH CALENDAR SUNDAY Sun. School 9:30 Morn. Serv. 11:00 A.C.E. League 5:00 Mission 6:00 Eve. Serv. 7:30 MONDAY Official Board7:30 TUESDAY Catechism Class 6 :00 a,m, a.m, a.m. p.m. p *rm. p.m, p.m. i WEDNESDAY Teachers Meet.7:00 p.m. Sr. Choir 8:00 p.m. THURSDAY Prayer Meet. e *0 e * e X **X 7:00 p.m. Mrs. Pearl Bates McDon4 ald, President of t h e Bethel AME Missionary Soc-. iety, is attending theMiss: ionary Workshop in Lubbocki Texas. This one-day work, shop is the last one for this year. IMT. MORIAH WEEKLY ACTIVITIE SUNDAY Sun. School Morn. Serv. B.TU. Eve. Service MONDAY ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Community Bulletin — 2 September 1967

The Community Bulletin Sat., September 2, 1967 JOBS LOOKING FOR PE OP LE The Texas Employment Commission at 826 Hickory, has jobs in the following occupations for which additional workers are needed Workers qualified in any of these jobs should apply in person to the above office. Baker Helper Bricklayer--Experienced Automobile mechanic TV-Radio Repairman Live-in Companion Secretary -Part timeon call Warehouse Manager LVN Experienced Appliance Salesman Dishwasher Bell Boy SCHOOL BOARD MEETING ATTEND the meeting of-your School Board Sept. 11, '67, 7:30 p.m., at the school Administration Building on Mockingbird Lane. These are your children; this is your school system. Don't let them run it without your participation.! SCHOOL BEGINS School doors open for the 1967-68 school year Tuesday September 5, 1967 at a 1 1 Abilene public schools. To get a better job, to make a better world, go to school Tuesday. WOODSON PLAYS ABILENE HIGH JUNIOR VARSITY: The first football game of the year for W...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Community Bulletin — 2 September 1967

The Community Bulletin Sat., September 2, 1967 "THE HILL" The time is 1945, Abilene, Texas, on "The Hill' From my vantage point, I see several men (three, I think) staggering down the sidewalk on N. 6th Street. They are singing loudly. laughing. One says, "Hey man, you stepped on ny ?! foot!'' His buddies laugh and they carry him inside the building. A bench on the sidewalk is overburden with f o u r men that are just sitting and staring into space, A woman comes out the door and passes the bench. At this moment, a man races off the bench, takes out a handkerchief, and d u s ts the sidewalk in front of the woman. She curses and the other three men "crack their sides" laughing. A well-dressed fellow gets out of his car, steps upon the sidewalk and-yells for all to hear, "Man, Itm going to double my p a ycheck tonight." He enters a srall room. After several minutes, I hear shouting voices and then a distinct, "Take your hand off ny money you ?/#$x!" A shot rings out. Eight or tOln men...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Community Bulletin — 2 September 1967

E DI I TO R I L ABILENE LEAJDERS--A PARADOX It seems rare for a small city the size of Abilene to have leaders with such marked differences of belief and goals. HOUSING PROBLEMS Mayor Ralph Hooks has appointed city council mermbers and members of the Human Relations Committee to plan and make a proposal that will improve the present housing of Abilenians and hopefully prevent ghettos from forming as the city becomes larger. Although this p r object is still in the primitive planning stage, it seems to be the first project in Abilene that is composed of the thoughts from representatives of "all" concerned. It is an aboveboard approach to a most difficult problem. All citizens will be cal. led upon to make this a world able program. Our city government has certainly improved during past few years. Watch for later developments as the program progresses. POVERTY PROGLRTI AGAIN??!!?? On the other side of t h o coin, we have citizens who seen to promote the ideas that Abilene should remai...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Community Bulletin — 9 September 1967

THE IV\//UN T Y BULLETIN .A A . \4 I /S/ ^n L er ro ic rs NO. 4 ABILENE, TEXAS SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1967 PRICE 10 CHRIST William J. Barnett, minister of Saint Andrew. Presbyterian Church, mnd his members have instigated and formed a daycarc-center for the area that surrounds North Scventh and Mcsquite Street. This vrill be an o p portunity for parents who need to work to have their children well-cared for as well as being t a ught.. Enrollmernt in Christ House will be limited in number. Mrs. A.llie Wa-rd vill be Supervisor of the center. Mrs. Ward is aretired elermntary school teacher. She will have r-any assist- i ants and volunteer work EQUAL OPPORTUNITY?? NOW is your chance, Mr. Gonzales from the Equal Opportunity Office of Austin Texas, will be in our midst tonight at the Carver Recreation Center. If you have or know of any-- Job Discrimination, you should be at this meeting, SPEAK- UP NOW! ! ! We, as citizens may not get this chance agian in a long time. So come out and voice...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Community Bulletin — 9 September 1967

P. 2 ACHIEVEMENTS cont.. is sponsored by the Abilene Chamber of Corimerce; He lives with his wife, Mrs. Muriel iMartin a n d their three children at 1402 Glendale. AiBIENE, MY BEAT PATROLMAN LEON PETTY has been with the Abilene Police Department for four years. As most people realize, he has a job that is one of the lost dangerous and perhaps most corn troversial today. Patrolnan Petty -is originally from Tulsa,Oklahoma. He served with the Air Force four years. ALf ter being discharged from the service while stationed at Dyess, Mr. Petty - took up residence in ibilone. H graduated front Booker T. 1Washington High School in Tulsa and attended McMurry College oneyear. When off duty, Patrolman Petty becomes an insurance agent for the Girard Life Insurance Co, Petty, his wife, Susan, and their son, Jcrome, r6side at 909 Luzon Street. LABORATORY TECHNIC AN ITlS. LORETTA WHITE belongs to one of Abileners unique and rare professions. She is a "laboratory tcchnician" at Hendricks Hospital a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Community Bulletin — 9 September 1967

Mt, Moriah cont;.. Sunday Night, the Pastor centered his message on: The Goodness of God,,afterwhich, The Lordts Supper was partaken, Monday Evening at 6:30 the Matron and Naomi Circle net with the General Mission. The lessons were taught by Mrs. Orella Battles and Mrs. Ernestine Calloway. The Pastor brought the high points of the les-I son. Subject: 'You, Too Can Share. This was very enjoyable to everyone, President of the Matrons: Mrs. Metelia Jackson; President of the Naoni Circle: -Mrs. Lillie Kennon; and, President of the Mission: Mrs. Eula Hicks. Reporter, Mrs. Lillie Kennon KRBC-TV CONGRATULiLTIONS! KRBC-TV, Channels 9 and 3, have taken the lead in being the first, long established news media to bring about an understanding of the people, to tte. people Their "Corlmlent"' Program of Sept. 2, 1967, was aimed at helping young people to realize t h a t Abilene offers opportun-' ities for all its citizen Now, we need others to convince Abilenians that many more opportunities will...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Community Bulletin — 9 September 1967

JOBS L O 0 K I N G FOR PEOPLE The Texas Employnent Commission at 826 Hickory, has jobs in the following occupations for which additional workers arc needed: Waitress Car Hop Dishwasher Male Ward AttendantHigh School Graduate Manager Trainee for Finance Company Bus Boy Jewelry Saleslady Shoe Salesman Photographer Live-in Housekeeper Tile Setter ALutomobile Mechanic WiJorkers qualified in ar; of those jobs should apply in person to the Texas Employmcnt Commission 8 2 6 Hickory Street, AIDVERTISE HERE Send in your advertisement tothe Cormunity Bulletin. The rates are cheap, and the circulation is growing every week. YOZU FiULT? There are somc jobs in Abilene that are waiting for you. If you are dissatisfied with your present job or if you are out of work, rmake an application in a business where you would like to work, We know that a lot of doors are still closed, on the other hand, there are some that are still open, The Cormunity Bulletin Saturday, September 9, 1967 SCHOOL BOAJRD MEE...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Community Bulletin — 9 September 1967

ELD I TO1 !/\ L FREEDOM OF "THE" PRESS O R FREEDOM OF "A1f P"RESS Can Abilene face the fact that everyone does not think alike? Can she see that there are probleris here too? Will she deny her citizens freedom, while her sons, brothers, and husbands are thousand. of rliles away trying t o bring freedom to a distant people? Pressure is trying to be applied to stop the publication of the Comunity Bulletin. These build ing pressures arc signs that somewhere in Abilene Democracy is being forgotten. When did Democrcy start demanding, "Thoughts of the influential a A d rich arc the only ones to be heardd" We hope that with a strong patriotic dedication and a sense of fair play, Abilcnians are re ady, Willing, and able to hear the .any sides of our city, Lct's not be responsi ble for Democracy being wounded and perhaps dying in Abilene! H. Caver DESPITE PRIESSULTE THE l I L L DESPITE BULLETIN C ON T I N UE I P. 5 The Cor.mmunity Bulletin Saturday, September 9, 1967 \C x E t LuJlULlM-Ud^O r...

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