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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Community Bulletin — 2 March 1968

THE OMMUNITY BULLETIN "ANOTHER VOtICE IS HEARO" NO. 29 ABILENE, TEYXS SATURDAY, IlRlCH 2, 1968 PRICE 100 ,.. I - -- -- - -- -- ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~'** PRESIDENT JOHNSON S COMMITTEE ON IAST SUNMER IS RIOTS--MAKE SPECTACULAR DISCOVERY !! Part of the reportofthe President s appointed cormmittee of last summer s riots, was a discoverythat rost Negroes have been saying about the racist cancer in our nation, is true. The report repudiated the statements made by many die-hard racist and uniformed persons, that...... "The riots were caused by the Cormnunist and/or Black Power elements stirring up the cities," It was repcrted that the riots were started by conditions inflicted by White racists, The report stated that white elements started the ghettos; white elements -:aintained the ghettos; and -hite elements condone the hettos. Black people were ovolting against'this welljs-'b^blished power. Another sour note in the report was sounded when it -.rs stated that unless prorar.s are started im-mdiat...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Community Bulletin — 2 March 1968

P. 2 The Community Bulletin Saturday, March 2, 1968 KING SOLOMON BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday School began on time at King Solomon Baptist Church, with the Superintendent, Mr. Henderson in charge. The lesson was reviewed by the pastor. In the 11:00 A.M. Service, Rev. Allen spoke from Proverbs 3:9. Subject: "Remember God s Goodness," On Sunday afternoon, the B.Y.P.U. President, Brother George Ghant and his two captains Mrs. Lillie Black and Mrs. Brenda Nolan had very good attendance, and an interesting evening. The members of King Solomon Baptist Church are very happy to note that Mr. J. B. Bailey is to be baptized, and thereby, adding to their church family. Visitations away from home include Mrs. Kelly Bell and Mildred Jean Jordan, who had a delightful visit in Dallas. Mrs. W. Henderson is asking all members of King SolDnon to "watch" for the -ulletin. REV. R. D. ALIEN, PASTOR IRS. W. HENDERSON,REPORTER NEED BETTER ROUADS, POLICE PROTECTION, STREET LIGHTS, JOBS, ETC,? The Abilene Human Re...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Community Bulletin — 2 March 1968

GREAT 1LACK 1M E N READING, WRITING, AND THIN (THE SLAVESt ROAD TO FEEI Education being the key in equalizing pe the world, was expressed years before our day philosophers even thought about it. Dun very, most of the Southern states had laws posed slaves being exposed to book-learning ledge was thought to lead to a desire for f Nevertheless, some slaves acquired aneducat and some few owners encouraged sLaves in ru ary studies. The slave FREDERICK DOUGLASS was taught ABCts by his mistress. Her husband was aga because it might give him big ideas. It di ran away and became a great orator, spoken the Negro, and started the first Negro new George Washington, a slave owner, was sy tic to their education and in his Will prove the teaching of his bondsmen, Benjamin Fra in 1774 founded a school for Negro children In 1790, in Charleston, free men of cole blished a school, but in 1834 South Carolin ed a law prohibiting the teaching of Negroc whether slave or free. DANIEL PAYNE, a fre who had s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Community Bulletin — 2 March 1968

vAeO rA ? The Community Bulletin Saturday, March 2, 1968 JOBS L 0 N K I N G FOR PEOPLE The Texas Employment Commission at 826 Hickory, has jobs in the following occupations for which additional workers are needed: Experienced Shoe Salesman Casing Puller, Willing to relocate Territorial Salesman, Cigars Babysitter to live-in Territorial Salesman, Building Supplies Cafeteria-Manager trainee Waitresses Workers qualified inany of these jobs should apply in person to the Texas Employment Comrission at 826 Hickory Street. X o * x + #/ x C + # X @ AD VER T I SE ! Advertise'in "THE COMUtNITY BULLETIN"'. REA~SONABLE RATES, GOOD CIRCUIATION, AND PLANS FOR EXPANSION. C A L L : R7-9670. A D VE R T IS E X O - X + # X 0 X + X 0 GET YOUR BULIETIN BY iMA IL!tT f !! it CALL: 0R7-9670 TODAY! !1t t ! ! JOBS! JOBS! JOBS! JOBS! NEEDED: MEN to distribute and collect for "The Cornrunity Bulletin. NEEDED: BOYS to start a future in the news business. Receiving half or more of amount collected. CAUL: OR 7-96...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Community Bulletin — 2 March 1968

P. 5 j / The Community Bulletin cE c/ 1 6r1 1 / Saturday, March 2, 1968 C=7L ------ THE CHURCHES WAR ON POVERTY by (Series V) REV. WILLIE MAYS (Part I) ;HIT THE CHURCHES CAN DO. (Income Maintenance Programs) Through our survey of Lake Charles, La,, which is not completed, of 1,221 families and 1,881 individuals, we found the following: Many people in our society are unable to work because of physical disability, family responsibilities, or inadequate skills for the available jobs. Many others, who are employed, earn wages too low to supply basic family needs. The following Action Objectives will point to a nurber of ways your church can help alleviate this situation. The Social Security Act of 1935, with its armendmzents, contains the federal laws on Unemployment Insurance (Compensation), public assistance, and medical assistance. Though many medium and upper income persons have other pension programs and private insurance, most low income persons depend on programs under the Social...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Community Bulletin — 16 March 1968

THE COMMUNITY BUL LETIN 'AN )T HER NO. 31 ABILENE, TEXAS SATURDAY, MARCH 16, 1968 PRICE 100 ON APRIL 6, VOTE PLACE 6 FOR REV. T G. O LPHANT SCHOOL fBOARD APRIL 6th and PIACE 6 HEREDY DECI&ED "REV. T. G. OLIPHANT" DAY IN ABILENE. FOR A PERSON WHO WILL BE A REPRESENTATIVE OF THE CITIZENS OF ABILENE...V 0 T E FOR REV. OLIPHANT. (Paid for by friends of Rev. Oliphant.) on-..1 --I - - -- --M- -3 -40 --- FIRST T OW N MEETING Carver Recreation Center March 19, 1968 Al. persons are asked to attend the first town meetun, of the Woodson Comrnunity. The Mayor and City Manager will be there to answer losJions concerning the functinn of city departments -iud aswer any questions you may have about the city, Rev. T. G. Oliphant will be the moderator. You may -ive your questions to hirl or you may ask the questions directly of the Mayor and City manager. THIS IS YOUR CHAINCE to be heard on city problems. lroblens may be varied and many, such as Public Housing ay' of str , steetlihts police prote...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Community Bulletin — 16 March 1968

P. 2 The Community Bulletin Saturday, March 16, 1968 TT C<rt T^ Tdf^XVT T- T-im ALUUL oULiVLMulmN I1UJ'iT 1MT. MYORIAH NEiWS The Sunday School at King The day at Mt, Moriah Solomon Iaptist'Church open- ast Sunday began with Suned at 9:45 A. M,, with the ay School at 9:45 A..I Superintendent in charge. The Morning Service at The Lesson'was reviewed by 1:00 A.M. began with inthe pastor, and was enjoy- pirational singing from ed by all. oth the Junior and Senior In the Morning Service, hoirs, the pastor spoke from St, *..... ,.. John 11: 28, 39. The ser- ast Sunday, the B.T.U. of vice was fine; and, was It. Moriah sponsored a BABY very well-attended. ONTEST . The baby raising SICK LIST: he largest atiount of money Bro. J. B. Jackson on a "Silver Crown." . We are glad that Mrs. 0 W.I Richardson is on the mend, Mrs. Callie Bell and Milired Jean trade a nice trip zrom Galveston . The community is glad to mnow that A. C. Jackson is home from overseas duty. Mrs. Vi. Henderson would like ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Community Bulletin — 16 March 1968

P. 3 NEGRO .The Comrnu H IST OR Y Saturday, "KEEP INCHIN' ALONG" 'For every hundred Negroes that left the South, 10,300 stayed, as the old spiritual said, to "keep inchint along." From the old slace songs and spirituals grew a great Negro university. Established by the American Missionary Association at Nashville in 1866 in the abandoned barraks of the Union Army and overcrowded from the beginning, the Fisk School for lack of money, feared it would have to close its doors. But its young treasurer had an idea; George >. Site loved the old songs his students sang and he thought if he took a group of then on a tour of She North they might raise some money for the School On a cold autumn day in 1875, nine young men and ,romen dressed in hand-me-downs started out on a tour. .t first it went badly, so badly that they thought ':hey would have to turn back. But at Oberlin their Spirituals drew tears and the waving of handkerchiefs f:rom a crowd that could not applaud in church. From then...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Community Bulletin — 16 March 1968

P. 4 NEED WOR K? JOBS L 9 0 K I N G FOR PEOPLE The Texas Employment Cormmssion at 826 Hickory has jobs in the following occupations for which additional workersare needed: Auto Mechanic Plumber Cook 1Waitress Casing Puller Experienced Shoe Salesman Key Punch Supervisor The Community Bulletin Saturday, March 16. 1968 JOBS! JOBS! JOBS! JOBS! NEEDED: MEN to distribute and collect for "The Community Bulletin," NEEDED: BOYS to start a future in the news business. Receiving half or more of amount collected. CALL: 0R7-9670 RIGHT NOW'!I //////////////////////////// GIVE APARTMEN T FOR R E N T RENT (FURNISHED) Two rooms and ALL UTILITIES bath. PAID! $60 per month; or, $15 per week. C A L L: 0R3-6302 898 CYPRESS ti ,n r //inrLrr lI7f) ~ -i, /f._l i. # #,-it J. / -//# r # - 7// Ri R 7 F1' r r Et 7r i it 7 PROGPEISS OF POVERTY PROGRFOM' Live-in Babysitter YOUR CHILDRu N This past Thursday night the BEST Educational Tools at the regular meeting of Workers qualified in a A/ t r L he Conrmunity Ac...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Community Bulletin — 16 March 1968

P. 5 The Conmunity Bulletin Saturday, March 16, 1968 <~-J ..THE CHURCH'S WAR ON POVERTY by (Series V) REV. WILbE MAYS (Part III) MEDICAL AID A. Promote full understanding and UAlization of the provisions of the Medicare legislation including provisions for medical aid to the needy as well as the more publicized health insurance for the aged. PUblic interest is already high in regard to the Medicare l-gislation. In the search for information and for ways of i-plnmenting the new provisions, your church can: 1. Write your governor or the state director of public assistance and ask for a copy of the state plan for developing the new Title XIX (Medical Assistance) of the Social Security Act. Also, write the Welfare Administration, U.S. Department of Health, Education and Welfare, Washington, D.C., and request a copy of the guidelines for States in implementing Title XIX. 2. Talk with the directors of your county welfare and health departments to assess the need for such medical assist...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Community Bulletin — 23 March 1968

THE COMMUNITY "ANTTHER V{) I( FU NO. 32 ABILENE, TEXAS SATURDAY, MARCH 23, 1968 PICE 1 0 ~irurrp~-rrw* ------ --- ---l~r.-~.---- - -------- ------ -----r;-. .-.:~... -.~,,~.,,,,, ~ _ .,,1~ ~, _~:______~~_~~~_ _~___~~:~ _ ~ POER --- YES V JOLENC E -T 1 -[04 Car-rower, as first stated, Is the Amrican way- .o -g a job done, People with common goals have always come together in order to have more strength in changing things. The Republicans have Republican Power, the Democrats have Democrat Power, the labor unions have labor Power, teacherts organizations have Teacher Power, etc. Power being the American way of life, Black Power is typically American. When black people get together to trade only with merchants who respect them, when black people vote' only for people who have their interest in heart, when black people promote programs that will bring their people up from poverty and ignorance,when black people go through legal channels to correct a wrong--this is BIACK POWER THAT IS AS ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Community Bulletin — 23 March 1968

P. 2 The Community Bulletin Saturday, March 23, 1968 BE THEL 1f M E CHURCH The third in a series of five INTRA-CITY CHURCH SERVICES was held at the Bethel A.M.E. Church, on Sunday, March 17. The Rev, Ted Dotts of St. James Methodist Church brought the message. I think that all persons present at each of th6 past three services would agree that each service has aided in helping us to have a better understanding of each other. However, we all realize that we will have to unite in much more than this- to bring about the desired accomplishments. Other services during the month of March, will be as follows: Host Church* Plum Street Methodist Church Preaching=Rev. Willie lays Date = iMarch 24, 1968_ Host Church=tntioch C.M.E. Preaching=Riev R, Palmer Date = March 31, 1968 ATTENTION!,: TWO1.iH JOB CORP MOVIE The Public Relations Colamlittcc of the Cormmunity ALction Progr.am (iAP) is presenting a movie and information session of the Toleon Job Corp Monday, Mar. 25, at Carver Center-7:30. P...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Community Bulletin — 23 March 1968

P. 3 NEGRO I- ISTORY The Community Bulletin Saturday, March 23, 1968 "WE will not be satisfied to take one jot or tittle less than our full manhood rights Wle claim for ourselves every single right that belongs to a freeborn American, political, civil, and social; and until weget these rights we will never cease to protest and assail the ears of America. The battle we wage is not forourselves alone but for all true Americans." The above quotation while seeming to be a speechmade in 1968, was taken from "Address to Country" issued by the second annual Niagara meeting-August 16-19, 1906, at Harperts Ferry, West Virginia. While looking at this quotation and at todayts world we see that America has made progress, but all has not come to pass. This Niagara meeting took place in 1906 with the shadows of race wars and lynching menacingthe land, Among those who addressed the conference of 100 were the ex-Congressman, Richard T. Greener, the A.MoE. Bishop, Re C. Ransom, who had been dragged ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Community Bulletin — 23 March 1968

P. 4 NEED WORK? JOBS L @ 0 K I N G FOR PEOPLE The Texas Employment Commission at 826 Hickory has jobs in the following occupations for which ad4 itional workers areneeded; Refrigeration Mechanic Baker Helper Casing Puller Butcher Licensed Plumber Live-in Companion Accountant, Relocate Pastry Cook JWaitre ss Ward Attendant-High School grad.,,Male or Fermle Title Clerk Workers qualified inary of these jobs should apply in person to the Texas Employmecnt Commission at 826 Hickory Street. SUIMER SCHOOL! SCHOOL !! Parents, your child can get ahead in school if he attends summer school this sumrler. If he has subjects to rm.ke up or if he just wants to get ahead of his class, summer school is the answer Over 1,000 children went to sulmier school in Abilene last surzier. Since there is a smill fee of around $25 or less, start saving now for your child s summer future. SUIMEivLR JOBS NO'! NOW! NOW! For the youngsters who wish to work this summer, it almost too late to apply for a good job. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Community Bulletin — 23 March 1968

P. 5 The Corimunity Bulletin 'f(a-/j1:~ / ; / Saturday, March 23, 1968 c _~- "l -,----T THE CHURCH S WAR ON POVERTY by REV. WILLIE MAYS tSeries V) The last in a series of Action (Part IV) Objectives PUBLIC ASSISTANCE LAWS A. Seek action by state legislatures to implement the 1962 Public Welfare Amendments as these relate to public assistance programs, as for instance, the provision which permits an unemployed father to receive public assistance (AFDC-UP) without deserting his family or having to live on home relief, B. Seek more liberal and adequate public assistance for dependent families with more equity in allowances between children and adult categories, C. Encourage enactment by Congress of a carefully phrased "earnings exemption" amendment to the Social Security Act to permit states to change the present practice of requiring irmlediate deductions of all or most earnings from part-time work from the next public assistance check, DB Urge for a new federal Public Welfare Amendme...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Community Bulletin — 30 March 1968

THE )M\U N I T Y 13ULLE T I N . ANOTHER VOICE IS HEARD NO. 33 ABIIENE, TEXAS SATURDAY, MARCH 30, 1968 PRICE 0 IVI K, AdBLENE, W ILL HENDERSON Born in LaGrange, Texas, in Fayette County and raised in Gonzales, Texas, Mr. Will Henderson came to West Texas to help a city. A city called Abilene. Mr. Henderson came to Stamford, Texas in 1902 where he went into the tailor shop business. In 1901 he came to Abilene and started the first Negro Railor Shop. The Farmers and Merchants National Bank hired Mr. Henderson as a porter in 1907. (The Famers and Merchants was later named The First National Bank.) The ability to stick to a job and see that it's done is one of Mr. Hendersonts most admirable traits. This trait was shown at the First Natt 1 Bark where he retired in 1960 after serving 53 years. Always one to better himself, }Mr. Henderson became o:1C of the most well-known stockholders of the First National. Upon retirement, the bank gave him a Watch with his service record inscribed upon i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Community Bulletin — 30 March 1968

P. 2 KING SOLOMON BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday morning at King Solomon Baptist Church began as usual, at 9:45 AM. The Superintendent and staff of teachers on duty. The attendance was very good. Our pastor, Rev. Ailln, reviewed the lesson, Eleven o'clock Service was enjoyed by all. The subject of the morning message: "Stay Off The Jericho Road. "Scripture taken from St. Luke 10. Mr. George Ghant, president of King Solonon's B.Y.P.U., was on hand Sunday evening at 5:30, along with his Captains, The lesson was taught by Sister Elna Daniels. Junior Captains added to the staff: Mrs. Bailey and Mrs. A. Snead. MIrs. M, Johnson was there to serve the youngster before B.Y.P.U, ret, On last Sunday night, we were fortunate to have visit with us, the Rovoernds-Ashford, L, Young, and L. T. Tholas. Brother Robert Allen was united to the Church. On the fourth Sunday, we Dave four members to be baptized. Brother Erncsr Monroe was elected Chairman of the Trustee Board, SICK LIST Sister L, Ghant Mr, & M...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Community Bulletin — 30 March 1968

P. 3 (EDITORtS NOTE: Due to the importance of the article 'War on Poverty", the The Community Bulletin "Negro History" section will not be Saturday, March 30, 1968 featured this week,) (Cont..from Page One....) VOTE IG T ABIIENEtS WAR ON THE "WAR ON POVERTY": HOW IT STARTED: HOW TO END IT. A SURE WAY TO MAKE UP YOUR the poor now as opposed to the time when Abilene had MIND FOR WHOM YOU ARE VOTING no poverty program, their dissatisfaction grew. Whcn the executive director did not show any effort to get School Board Candidates: the agencies to cooperate, they began to suspect that Mrs. Malcolm Schultz, Mrs. he did not have their interest at heart. Suddenly, W.K. Rutledge; Dr. Brady they realized that the executive director had not even Cox, Dr. Herman Schaffer; visited the poverty centers! Certainly, to then this Mr. Jesse Garcia, Rev. TG. was sure proof that he was not as interested in the Oliphant, and Mrs. Cl'lli program as they thought he should have been. McAden will appear at th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Community Bulletin — 30 March 1968

NEELD WCRK ? JOBS L K I N G FOR PEOPLE The Texas Employment Comrmission at 826 Hickory, has jobs in the following occupations for which additional workers areneeded: Key Punch Supervisor Waitresses Cooks Oilwell Service Worker Warehouse Worker Baker Helper Refrigeration Mechanic Butcher Legal Secretary Collection Clerk Workers qualified inany of these jobs should apply in person to the Texas Employment Corrmission at 826 Hickory Street. ////////////////////////// GIVE YOUR CHILDREN the BEST Educational Tools W Ok LDB i O CC'K r i i-) 'O /A 'T p. . The Connunity Bulletin Saturday March 30. 1968 A A RTME NT FOR RENT FURNISHED! Two rooms and bath, ALL UTILITIES PiID 898 CYPRESS $60 per month; or, $15 per week. C A L L: 0R3-6302 ##### ########## # # L ## # ## # # # ## SPECIAL! SPECIAL! SPECIAL! MEETING A. called poverty meeting of the Carver Area will be hold Tuesday,April 2, 1968 at 7:30 P.M. For persons who wish to rmke Abilone better for your children or other young people, th-is mee...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Community Bulletin — 30 March 1968

P. 5 EDI T 0 t IA L The Co ity ulltin Saturday, March 30, 1968 THE CHURCHES WAR ON POVERTY by (Series VI) REV, WILIbE IEYS (Part I) VOLUNTEE SERVICES For thirteen years, I have been actively engaged in the pastoring ministry. Out of those thirteen years, I spent seven years in college and in the seminary* Out of this experience, I have seen the churches failing to get the needs of the people of the world for which it exists. In our present program, the War on Poverty, every church that I know of that has been approached to use its facilities for this non-profit program to help the needy in their particular community, has raised the question, "How nmch will we be paid?" I have yet to experience the mission boards of the various churches or laymen organizations in the various churches to cone and volunteer their services so that the needs of the poor people, the underprivileged people in their particular area, can be net. According to ry understanding of the churches mission in the wo...

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