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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Community Bulletin — 20 April 1968

TH E OMMUNI T "ANOTHER . VOIcE ' BA c LL ET IN -, HEARPD" NO. 35 ABILENE, TEXAS SATURDAY, APRIL 20, 1968 PRICE 10O A B I LENE LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE TO ORGANIZE There will be a meeting of invited and all interested parties who wish to work in civic affairs in the city, This will be a localorganization that willpursue to guide and seek guidance from the citizens of Abilene in all facets of the city, The meeting will beheld at Carver Recreation Center at 7:30 p.m., Tuesday, April 23, 1968. Officers will be elected and positions appointed. AWAKE AND TAKE PART IN YOUR LIFE, EX-4OODSONITES SANDRA AND JUNE PORTER Ex-loodsonites, Sandra and. June Porter, were in(.bt'6.d into the National B OT H SIDES OF L AE ) HCUS1NC- H A R D Wednesday, April 17, 1968, about 85 persons of the city of Abilene heard the pros and cons of the leased housing program. Those speaking against the housing program gave some of their reasons as: (1) Letting persons rent from the government will take away self-pride, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Community Bulletin — 20 April 1968

P. 2 B E T H E L BETHEL A ME C H U R C 11 CHURCH The young people at Bethel AH..E. Church, presented a very good Easter Program last Sunday night, Those participating in the program were: Nisha Jackson, Eric Jackson,Harold Lewis, Bernice Jackson, Thon.xs Jackson, Jerry Jackson, Sandra l-Washington, Karen-ITashington, Daniel Jadkson, Danny Earl Washington and Glenda 1Washington. After the young peoples recitations, irs, Pearl B. IicDonald, president of the Missionary Society of Bethel, sponsored a program showing the work of the mission. G.. A. LOJ:E PAMSTOR M 0 R N I N G S T A R BAPTIST CHURCH 797 CARVERSUNDAY SCHEDULE: Sun. School 10:00 A. . Morn, WIorship 11: 0 A.1 i. Even. Worship 7:00 P.M. The Brotherhood of ilorn ing Star Baptist Church is sponsoring, a program, Sundla, April'28th at 3':0 1. 0n ay 1-3, c 5th, the r ;lor Piission is sponlsor.nf an afternoon Service at 3:00 (Suncay, I.'ay 5th), ncd nirht service at7:30 (Mlay 1,2,and 3)n . A VERoSE TO REMIlMIJBER: I will lift up m...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Community Bulletin — 20 April 1968

NEGRO H I^ STIC Dy The Coimu] H1 I T R Y KISaturday, JUPITER HAfliON was the first American Negro poet of whom any record exists. His first extant p oe m "An Evening Thought" bears the date of 1760,preceding therefore any poem by Phillis I.Wheatley, his contemporary, by nine years, Following the title of the poem this information is given: "Composed by Jupiter Hairmion, a Negro belonging to Mr. Lloyd, of Queenrs Village, on LongIsland, the 25th of Deccmber, 1760,11 With this poem of eighty-eight rhyming lines, printed on a doublo-colunm broadside, entered the American Negro into-American literature. As religious poetry goes, or went in the eighteenth century--and Haruleonts poetry was all religious--this Negro slave could have held his head up in any company. (A few lines of several poems written by Hamlmon are given below.) Jupiter Haimzon s birth and death dates are uncoemiiemllorated because unknown. Unknown, too, is his grave. But to his memory,'no less than to that of Crispus A...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Community Bulletin — 20 April 1968

P. 4 We ' K? JOBS L 0 K ING FOR PEOPLE The Texas Employment Commission at 826 Hickory, has jobs in the following occupations for which additional workers areneeded: Truck Parts Manager Oil Casing PullersWill train Waitress Cook Dishwasher Janitor Ward Attendant-Male and Female-High School Graduate Workers qualified inany of these jobs should apply in person to the Texas Employment Commission at 826 Hickory Street..... HUILIN RELATIONS COMMITTEE (CONT, from P. 2..,) The Human Relations Cor,.ittee discussed the faet that the next Town Mleeting should include school officials. Watch for the announcement of the next T 0 WT N -E E T I N G. IIOTHERtS DAY CONTEST The Community Bulletin The Community Bulletin Saturday, April 20, 1968 - LIARN TO PLAMT * * THE I* I OKGA\iGA PIA^& A You are never to old to**learn how to play t h e * *-Oli-N or PILANO. Sorne youngsterss start at the * * age of 6. Contact Mr. * * Leroy Moore at 609 Ash * * Street, or call:672-4173'* for more information, * c...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Community Bulletin — 20 April 1968

P. 5 J j 0/i 0 IThe Comnunity Bulletin l ff \ / Saturday, April 20, 1968 FIVE MORE TWEEKS BEFOIZ THE END OF WOODSON JR.-SR, HIGH SCHOOL Nday 31, 1968, will bring down the curtain on Wfoodson Jr.-Sr. High School. Sadness will fecl the hearts of some. Anxiety of the future, will worry some The spirit of the Abilene School system will perplex many. In the City of Abilene where numerous persons are striving to enrich the lives of the population; in the city where men and women of all races arc working together for the good of the whole, a large segment of the population is anxiously waiting to see what forward step the i.bilene school system will take in regards for a smooth transition for students and IJoodson teachers. Abilcnians are waiting to see the plans for better pupil to pupil, teacher to pupil, and teacher to teacher, relationships. Knowing the caliber of the iAbilene School Board, citizens know that plans for an equal school system will be acceptable to all persons concerned,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Community Bulletin — 27 April 1968

THE O/v MUNt T Y At NOT H E VOICE :i ULLETI IN It H FA P. n *4 NO. 36 ABILENE, TEXAS SATURDAY, APRIL 27, 1968 32 Y EAS c A FAi VI LY T E E In completing our articles on the teachers of Woodson High School, we end with the head of Woodson, Mr. D.W. Porter, principal. Corning from humble surroundings of humbleparents who themselves did not receive a high school education, D. W. Porter began his education in the elementary school of Watonga, Blaine County, Oklahoma. Having no high school in Watonga, he transferred to Douglas High School in Wewoka, Oklahoma, where he graduated "Salutatorian" in-a class of 68 Being the last of four children, and having graduated from high school, he had achieved as much in education as anyone in his entire family. However, being the child of poorly educated parents, but wise parents, D.W. Porter was encouraged to reach educational heights that no member of his family has ever attained. His educational progress after leaving high school began with one yea...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Community Bulletin — 27 April 1968

KING SOLOMON BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday School began at 9:45 A.M. at King Solomon Baptist Church, Brother, John Toom, a visitor at King Solomonts Church,addressed the classes. The subject of the 11:CD Service: "Do You Know Him?" The lesson text-Jorordiah 23: 24. Visitors in the Eleven o'clock Service were: Mr. and Mrs. B. Snead and Miss Helen Dixon. On Sunday afternoon at 3:00, the Brotherhood of King Solomon sponsored a program The Junior Choir rendered two numbers and we were blessed with with the sound of a"quartct" giv ing two beautiful numbers. REV. R. D. ALIEN, PASTOR MRS. W. HENDERSON REPORTER P. 2 The Conmmnity Bulletin Saturday, April 27, 1968 OFFICERS NEEDED FOR CARVER NEIGHBORHOOD NAACP DRIVE NEARS COMPIETION The rmeberslip drive for the NAACP is drawing to an end, Dontt be left out of this national organization, Soc any Negro minister, and pay your joining fee. Two dollars -adultsj 50 l children * .,, * .3'. .3 .3' * * * * * *5 * * '$* *, W4AUGH S I* CLEFNERS LAND SHIRT LAUID...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Community Bulletin — 27 April 1968

The Community Bulletin Saturday, April 27, 1968 YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT SINCERELY APPRECIATED IC You are entitled HI-ARD DISTRICT A to a District Attorney who: PR ICE ,TTORNEY 1 Has the ability to enforce the laws 2. Has the determination to work hard for all of the people. 3. Has nature judgment and understanding. 4. Has the desire to treat all persons with fairness, regardless of color, creed, or nationality. A vote for RICHARD PRICE will be a vote for these qualifications! RI CHAR C P , I F-E D1 ST. ATlTY (Paid Political Advortisenmnt) ON~~............ _(ai ..... . . ,,, ,-- - _ __ NE C R O hi I S TO R Y KNOW THE NEGRO THROUGH JAN MATZELIGER worked as a shoernkerts appren- HIS LITEPRTURE tice in Philadelphia and New York. Jhen he was twcnty-five, he went to Lynn, Massachusetts to work APRIL from "The Morrths" in a'shoe factory. Being interested in triLming by H. Cordelia Ray downthe work it took to make a pair of shoes by hand, he began to work at night on a machine to She trips ac...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Community Bulletin — 27 April 1968

The Cormunity Bulletin Saturday, April 27, 1968 NEED WORK? JOBS L G 0 K I N G FOR PEOPLE The Texas Employment Commission at 826 Hickory, has jobs in t h e following occupations for which additional workers are needed: Experienced grocery store produce man Experienced Telephone Collector Librarian Plumber Well Service .Torker Trainee ..orkers qualified in any of these jobs should apply in person to the Texas Employment CormLission office at 826 Hickory Street. c cccccwCCCCCcc ccccC ccccccccccccCcccCC EIPSLOYMENT AT c HARFI iS 0 FOR PEAL ESTATE REALTY SAIESMAN C Cormission Good Flexible Working Hours C FOR INSUIANCE 0 Cormiission Good Salary Good O 0 0 O C SALESIAN C 0 These are good opportunities for C those persons wanting to rise to 0 rise to the top in the financial C world. (Abilenets only oppor- C tunity of its kind for you!) C* HARRIS i LELTY! C 818 COCKRELL C 673-7792 - CALL TODAY! 0 C r(CCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCC . xCCC(ccCCcC MAY 4th TO DECIDE FUTURE LIVES OF lANY PERSONS LIVING IN P...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Community Bulletin — 27 April 1968

The Conmunity Bulletin Saturday, April 27, 1968 " COMMUNITY BULLETIN ANUD ABILENE REPORTER AGREE" The Abilene Reporter News has stated that the citizens of Abilene should vote "for" the leased housing program. With this, stand, The Community Bulletin most heartily agree. If Abilene is not to repeat the mistakes of not removing slums while the city is small, it faces the danger of becoming too large to tackle the problem withany real success. From another point of view, all humans should have the opportunity of living in decent surroundings if thyr desire. Ie send money to help South America, Africa, and who knows what other countries to better their standards of living. Why not do some of the same at home? (As long as it is administrated better,) For those"against federal money" buffs; very vew businesses are not receiving federal money. The farmers have been receiving federal money for a number of years, Sorme ar even paid for NOT PLANTING crops!!! Since "WIE" are the federal gover...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Community Bulletin — 27 April 1968

P. 6 The Community Bulletin Saturday, April 27, 1968 (Cont. from P. 1,.. "FAMILY TREE"...) taught at Arkansas State College in Pine Bluff, Arkansas, Moving to Wynne, Arkansas, he became supervisor of 28 schools for the Cross County Childress Vocational High School System. Always seeking more knowledge, he studied four summers and two night-sessions at the University of Arkansas. Upon receiving a Southern Education Foundation Grant, he was given a leave of absence to attend the University of California. Until this time, his teaching experience also included three summers at Stillman College of Tuscaloosa, Alabama, and three summers at his Alma4Mater, PhilanderSrith College. After study under the grant, he was employed as principal of Woodson High School, Abilene, Texas, in 1954. He continued study under hi grant at Oeorge Peabody College for four siumlers--where he received his Ed. S. (Specialist'in Education Degree). More education still! He has studied at the Uniivereity of Texas f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Community Bulletin — 4 May 1968

THE C OMM U NIT Y BULLETIN P r'A .) n " ABILENE, TEXAS SATURDAY, MAY 4, 1968 PRICE 1 O LEASED HOUSING TINS, WHATEVER THE VOTE Today, Abilenians will reveal their sense of Christianity, Americanism, and just pain ole fair play. The housing program, the only one that has been presented with a good chance of helping the poor, will be given the "yea"' or "nay". The poor will be given the opportunity to rise one step up the ladder or the task ofwaiting until private enterprise tackles the problem. (Although during the past 83 or so years, private enterprise has only allowed, built, and kept up slums.) Thorough coverage of the facts and rumors concerning the leased housing project has been given by the news media and parties of the "For" and "Against", Thosewho vote either for or against will have done their American duty. The vote solves a difference in A-erica. However, those "good" persons who stay at home because they do not want to get involved, are America's shanc. The "good for not...

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

P. 2 The Community Bulletin Saturday, May 4, 1968 INSTALLATION SERVICE RANGER, TEXAS The Macedonia-Baptist Church of Ianger, Texas, invites you to share in their installation service for Rev, and Mrs. Ocic Lacy, Sr. The service will begin at 3:00p.n., Sunday, kMay 5, 1968. Several Abilocio churches are on program. MT, IIORIA2H NEWS KING SOLOMON BAPTIST CHURCH Superintendent Henderson begain Sunday School at King Solomon Baptist Church, at 9:45 A.M. The Eleven o clock message, brought by the pastor, Rev. Allen, was taken from Psalms 116:14. Subject: "Stay With Your Pror.iise; Tell The Truth." D.Y.P.U. was conducted by Sister L, Black. Group I was taught by Sis. Sarah The Mt. MIoriah Sunday West; and, Group II was School began at 9:45 A.M., taught by Sis. Snead. The with the Superintendent in lesson, concerning the "Pa charge . The attendance able of the Sowers", was was fair due to the change found in Matthew 13* in time. The lesson was On last Saturday night, reviewed by the pastor,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Community Bulletin — 4 May 1968

NEGRO HISTORY The Community Bulletin Saturday, May l4, 1968 May 5th through 12th is Texas Music Education Week. This is a good cue to talk about a few of the many contributions that the American Negro has made to America. It is commonly agreed that the Negro spiritual is the first pure American folk music. WThilo this includes generalities of Negro contributions to Amenrican music, there are many specific examples. In 1920, HiLL JOHNSON and a group of young IHarlem singers, formed a group known as The Hall Johnson Choir, so that they might present Negro folk songs simply and unencumbered by over-claborate arrangements. J. ROSAMOND JOHNSON, TAYLOR GORDAN, and the bass soloist PAUL RODERSON sang the spirituals simply,and to crowded auditoriums. Later, ROLAND HAYES and MiRIfAN ANDERSON, who sought careers as concert singers, did not limit their ropertoire to folk songs, but included nmsic by Mozart, Each, and Beethoven as well as great operatic arias. Gcorgia-born Roland Hayes broke th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Community Bulletin — 4 May 1968

JOBS L OO KI NG FOR P E O P L E The Texas Employment Commission at 826 Hickory, has jobs in the following occupations for which additional workers are needed: Dishwashers Cooks VIcll Service Workers Secretary, Oil producing experience Stock Clerk Telephone Solicitor JUaitrcssos Produce Dcpt. Head Truck Pa.rts Salesrman ElIPLOYMENT AT HARRIS REALTY FOR REAL ESTATE SALESA:IL: Cormmnission Good Flexible working hours FOR INSURANCE SALESIMAN: CorrLission Good Salary Good These arc good opportunities for those persons wanting to rise to the top in the financial world. (Abiloncts only opportunity of its kind for you!) LHRRIS REALTY 818 CICilEiLL 673-7782--C.LL TODAY! CCCCCCCCC CCC CCccCCCCCCCCCCC. CCCcCCCCCCCCC rCCCC CCCCC GI]RL S W AN N TE D ! Girls 16 to 22 who- have dropped out of school, or who cannot find good jobs, the iOIMENS JOB CORPS may moan a. new life for you. C A L L: 672-2668, WA N T ED: GIRLS'GIRLS! GIRLS ! GIRLS! The Community Bulletin Saturday, May 4, 1968 $ 0 (p (p (p (p...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Community Bulletin — 4 May 1968

SIGN THE PETITION TO MfII WOODSON AN INTEGRATED JR. HIGH SCHOOL INSTE'AD OF TOTA.LLY CLOSING IT DOJN The newly-formed AfroLeadership Conference is circulating a petition in the city of Abilone asking those persons to sign who feel there should be a well-integrated junior high school at the present Wroodson Jr.-Sr. High site. It is the thinking of the Afro-Leadership Conference that integration is a two-v.ay street. Since Negro students will be in school with other students and taught by other teachers, why can't the sane thing take place at the Wfoodson building. Tax noncy should not be wasted. It is estimated The Cotmnnity Bulletin Saturday, May 4, 1968 "WOODSON TRACK" 100 Yd. Dash Earl Swinger 1st England Androws ' Jiomy Stephens " Football Ra 1st Place: Dcrick Byron H Ltrtic ITEarl Sw 1st Place; Tilly P ilph C: Richard Walter ( SHUTTLE RELiY 1st Placc: Jairxy Si Donald ( Dilly P( England HIGH JUMP 3yron Harris BROAD JUPi: Byron Harris Derrick IHartley SOFTBALL THROWu P. 5 cont., ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Community Bulletin — 18 May 1968

THE OMMiUNITY BULLETIN NO, 39 ABILENE, TEXS SATURDAY, MAY 18, 1968 PRICE 10O W OOD SON ALUMNUS TC BE C OMMFNCEMEN T SPEAKER M. y 3a ADAM OLIPHANT, the director of Washington, D C. ts "PRIDE" organization, and the son of Rev, and lrs. T. G. Oliphant, will be the featured speaker at the final Woodson High School graduation. Adam is an honor graduate of the class of 1957. The Bulletin warned you not to nmss Senator Barbara Jordan; now, we warn you not to miss Abilenets own ADAM OLI P H N T. ONE OF THE OUTSTANDING BAMDS OF 1968 WOODSON, TAYLOR, BEN MILM, AND VALLEY VIEW bands combined to form one of the most outstanding elementary bands in Abilene. Thursday, May 16, all elementary bands were presented in their annual spring concert. The four schools mentioned above and under the direction of Howard Caver, presented three selections that drew a standing ovation from several in the audience, When questioned about the rapid progress of the combined group, Caver stated, "This year I have be...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Community Bulletin — 18 May 1968

The Community Bulletin Saturday, May 18, 1968 BUSY BEE '4 CLUB Saturday promises to be a very busy day indeed for the members of the '"B U S Y B E E" Club. They will be visiting the Abilene Zoo. Mrs. Earlie Garrett, the sponsor of the Busy Bee group, will be taking the children (ages 5-12) to the Zoo by bus today at 2:00 P.., The children are asked to meet at the hom of Mrs. Garret at 1:30 today, All children are asked to bring 500 to buy refreshments. All interested mothers are asked to contact Mrs. Earlie Garrott--if you would like to join in and help this club and your child. Help your child help himself by becoming a member of the Busy Bee Club and learning more about the world we live in.. BETHEL AME CHURCH vTEJ!JY CHURCH CALENDAR j',rosh School Mor,.. Worship 1 AoC ,i, Fellowship Mission Frven. Worship 9:30 A.M. 11:00 A.M. 5:00oo 6:oc 7:00 P.lM P .M. -icil ord 7:00 P ?)~ :?icicl Dord 7:00 P".M. ~Choi': "iehearsa'.7:30 P.M. ,.- .:.r Service 7O, 00 P*M. ATTENTI N I!. THE BOOK OF...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Community Bulletin — 18 May 1968

NEGRO HISTORY The Community Dulletin Saturday, May 18, 1968 "KNOW THE NEGRO THROUGH HIS LITERATURE" (EDITORrS NOTE: Due to the length of the beautifully written poem below, this week the "NEGRO HISTORY" and "NEGRO LITERATURE" will be considered as one.) If the muse were mine to tempt it And ny feeble voice were strong, If ny tongue were trained to measures, I would sing a stirring song. I would sing a song heroic Of those noble sons of Ham, Of the gallant colored soldiers Who fought for Uncle Sam! In the early days you scorned them, And with many a flip and flout Said "These battles are the white mants, And the whites will fight them out." Up the hills you fought and faltered, In the vales you strove and bled, While your ears still heard the thunder Of the foest advancing tread. Then distress fell on the nation, And the flag was drooping low; Should the dust pollute your banner? No! the nation shouted, No! So when War, in savage triumph, Spread abroad his funeral pall-- Then you cal...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Community Bulletin — 18 May 1968

The Community Bulletin Saturday, May 18, 1968 JOBS L @ K I NG FOR PEOPLE The Texas Employment Commission at 826 Hickory, has jobs in the following occupations for which additional workers are needed: Accountant Live-in Housekeeper Telephone Solicitors Cook t.Mle Ward Attendant Trainees Secretary Credit Manager Collector workerss qualified inany of these jobs should apply in person to the Texas Employment Commission at 826 Hickory Street lll/if//////1/111111/ J/ / ThINK YOU FOR / / SHOPPING AT SEARS / / 155 Sayles Dlvd. / / / Phone: 677-2811 / ////////////////////////// * * + ^ ^ F F * * * * * * .. * 4%* *"(j?< WAUGH'S CLEANERS AND SHIRT LAUNDRY 1-HOUR DRY-CLEANING 3-HOUR SHIRT SERVICE I"I' **%* y j JC Three Locations * North 6th and Forrest * 2442 South 14th 3110 South 7th / WAU H$'t **- ,.(- s* *,, , 4, r-,l~t 4,j MEN OF FIVE METHODIST CHURCHES ON OVERNIGHT FISHING TRIP An, overnight fishing trir by thd men of five Methodist Churches will begin today at 2:30 p.m. The trip will b...

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