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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Community Bulletin — 18 May 1968

P. 5 The Conmmnity Bulletin Sturc (--, : ;-, 1 9, 1"65 E D i TD O. P , EDITOR':, ABILENE REPORTER NEJS TRIES TO BRAND AFRO LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE The Afro Leadership Conference with its three co-chairmen present, presented two petitions to the Abilene Board of Education, May 13, 1968. One petition asked that a course in Negro History be included in the school curriculum. The school board expressed opinion that it would be better to include Negro History in regular history classes. (This is an excellent way to do it, IF Abilene has teachers who are CAPABLE and WILLING to interweave Negro history into their classes,) The second petition urged the school board to integrate and continue Woodson Junior High School, This petition brought disfavor with the school board. The board expressed that the Woodson building was not large enough to house an adequate junior high. The Afro Leadership Conference, in light of the school boards seemingly unwillingness to cinsider the continuation of an in...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Community Bulletin — 25 May 1968

MMUNITY IV I Y I I - -,- L. RC ;P FicAlt A 1\N0. ABILENE, TE T RaB NHAYDEN--D .W PORTERw IEJI3TE BEYANT TO BE HONORED I.I: W1T3ODSON ALUMNI ASSOCIATION Today at 7:30 po.m at Wyatts cafeteria the Woodson Alumni Association will hold its annual meeting. Special recognition will be given Principal D.W. Porter, Principal and alunnus RB. Hayden, dnd law student Leslie Bryant. Alumnus, Leslie Byrant will address the group. Other items concerning the cloeing of Woodson Junior-Senrior High School will be discussed. The public is inited and there is no admission. Persons attending may go through the cafeteria Line and put rchase thoir dinner. LAST DAI OF SCHOOL MAY 30 Teachers and students wi11 rejoice. Parents will aigh, iTny? School will be out for the summer! Students will return to school for a brief period June 3 to receive their report cards. PART TIE TYPIST ? A part tiro typist is nocdod for five hours a weeks Must do neat work. Call 677967C LAS BULLETIN SATURDAY, MAY 25, 1968 WOOD $N...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Community Bulletin — 25 May 1968

P. 2 The Community Bulletin Saturday, May 25, 1968 KING SOLOMON NETWS Sunday School open at 9:45 by Supt. Will Henderson.' Allteachers were on duty, The morning message,"Good Examples,"' was brought by pastor R.D. Allen. His text was taken from I Cor inthians 11:12. Sunday, May 12, Mrs. A nie Dell Stevens and fm ily visited her mother, Mrs. Annie'Snead. The gr ancduaghteo, Cilyn read a beautiful passage from th bible about Jesus'feeding the five thousand. ilurline Allen and Mr. and Itrs, Wolford nortord to Wichita Falls for the weekend. Visitors: At morning service-4Irs. Ben Moore and son, llr Samuel Moore now of ifTashington D.C. DBTU was held by presidnt Bro. Ghant. The les son was discussed by Bro. Moore. Seven o'clock service was fine. BUY A GOT]r21 IEINT FIhNANCEE HOUSE - ,r an EH house anywhere L !bilone, contact HARRIS NO DOVIN PAYIENTS! SEE HA rFI S R EA LT YL! at 818 Cockirell Dr. before you buy or trade. "J.TL SELL Ai'NY FiA HOUSE ,:: tovor the location, jh; over the price...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Community Bulletin — 25 May 1968

P. 3 NEG RO H I STOP RY NEGRO HISTORY In 1902 at the old Mt. Zion Baptist Church site by the T&P Railroad one teacher and ten pupils began a school for the Negro youth of Abilene. The Abilene Black Eagles, o. as they were called, although poorly equipped and using hand me-downs were educated sand sent into a world of stiff competition'where they stood the ir ground. Years later, the school became known as Carter G. Woodson School. In its 66 year history, Woodson has produced men and women in almost all walks of life. The school has produced medical doctors, doctors of philosophy, nurses, educators, chemists; scientists of space travel, electrical' engineers, insurance agents, governmental employees, maids, janitors, secretaries and many other persons in other fields Changing times have caught up with %Woodson. It has fought the good fight and now gives un its students to !o into a The Comrunity Bulletin Saturday, May 25, 1 968 f t "KINOW TIE NEGRO THROUGH HIS LITPRATURE'" Thc Ne...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Community Bulletin — 25 May 1968

Po 4 NEED WORK? The Coronmmity Bulletin Saturday, May 25, 1968 JOBS L g0 K I N G FOR P EO P L E The Texas Employment Commission at 826 Hickory, has jobs in the following occupations for which additional workers are needed: Telephone Solicitors Cook Librarian Furniture Salesperson Tractor Drivers Combine operators Secretary Bookkocper to work in Ansoi Grocery Produce Dept. Mang, WIell Service Mlvan Workers qualified in any of these jobs should apply ai person to the Texas Employrmnnt Cormmission office at 326 Hickory. USED I VS CO'IE3ITELY RECONDITIOINED in our modern, service Department $12.50 and up SATISFACTION GUAl;'JIT2ED! NO MONEY DOWI! EASY TIUiRS! H A OL D rT. 'RAWFORD co l*^4' rD:W EMOCY0 FOR TIE SUITER :,7 you need extra money call b77-9670 for a part time Li :.Icr job, It C U /1''/ '4.'L'.f '^1J 'J .t.L/' 4,iI,-l LU iE) R 802 PINE ST. DEPENDABLE SE&RVICE COURTEOUS lWOIIRRS HIGH QUALITY FOOD HOP S U P R DUPER r,,';, TODAY! A7'bTri !Ili / ! 7 rI II iJ i t /f I! II IIIt !...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Community Bulletin — 25 May 1968

P. 5 E D $I T p j0 I AI The Community Bulletin i AL Saturday, May 25, 1968 'THIS IS DEMOCRACY AND CHRISTIANITY AT WORK IN ABILENE" A few people decide a $500,000 school plant, fully-equipped, should be closed instead of integrated. The SchoolBoard spends 30 minutes going over Planitarium plans. The meeting drags while one Real Sharpie worries about the Planitarium noise. He may die if it's noisy. All this concern about nothing. The Board votes to pave around two schools - 150 feet on west side of Houston School discussed at a recent Board meeting. At that time, interested people involved asked about lunchroom facilities; they are informed there are just not enough students to justify a lunchroom in Houston School. Discussion arises about a teacher of 12 years in the System now displaced; but an outside teacher is hired; displaced teacher has no definite position. Now! The closing of the School arises: Are the people involved HEARD when they try to explain the hardship this creates f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Community Bulletin — 1 June 1968

T /K J_ /'I- A I \.rs> &. ,__ .._ .. __QOU 2 _P^ _! A:dILT1E, , TEYXAS SAiLTUihJlY, JULE 1, 1968 iC-lIC 10I SPE-CIAL AINTOU:C2.ZiCaJ? 1, TTl: COIUTT'ITY .I.I ,TN ..LL. KS PIJUBLISHZJD AGAI FTI: 'Ii i 1,' VST CGITIO' 1 IJ!T 1,7 i 3Uf --;UI/,E 15j1968 / -, 4 /> I c0 1 Alc tai -PIT^,PH OF 0 OtODSON P by CAV ER T h TLf During graduation exer}isos 1,7ast niht, Howard J'rvoir st';,ted in the lloodson --aiirclc that, sep.rato sch)cl-e on the basis of race .'. ,.jn ronll from the beo- ,-. 'inrl-n ., TLIHowlJnvr, WiooRdson n .d its jolb well an(d put out thi ,da, - ts . thai ive acheived ,rL_... loodson primnipli s il1 lirv on... If an -epi',h l11 s vrs'itten, l t it b,- -lhe ^ ,;:e ."orcs ts bh:t a:r-, carvdl -i a Fr';v ... :l'ont r.}-i; ! ]1 4__. *i *\ , ...)' i* . , i \ i' r . -, i .. I ) i ' ' '- '- ; I i iI I , - -- "-. ~ I i's / Ibaram. Those words, which arc {on from l Nor ero spiritualstatiu rue at Lasti Free at Last! ink God i -li-ijhty! I a1 Free ITast 1__ ..1AIDR. OLIPHI...

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

Po2 TIL COiNINITY BULLETIiJ SATURDAY, JUNE 1, 1968 /itiiol? li'1.v'3 ] ;.,1' C J ,.j.n" <:.' /C 'c ' ** , ':O"6' ?/!' it r,,! for \: ro .-^. -f:;.o1 lt. , ,' ... . .I t.' ' '_: Irv-/r-/ r i m t:".':3 'L i ,' u '-.oc: Ito A;,: ' i, ,,?. .'. . It. ' . :- rC s :.L:t:; ' ZO :to L o', f] 0 " 'c t :m i entity wo ;,-s ; other himan *. i ~.rn without .'. 'dsr ... . iron i boaid . .:vo cnvlonx,,rt, '2io ]oixc c ...~ ' ll"-;,t!7 prse tuirut 0 pub c~':':io p1TV' -' <,i:ioi,':::.' o'u - lic hool o,.'.uc. ;ieio. I. ~ ~ r~~ V~_LY~*U U usI jI~C f ;'c/ c ro!t~ d6~,'~: 'ot rojoc- t'jb;:-;, *;/ ir,~ ^.KrJ'^*"biL oc'l; 'uc;io j- - k... O .'.: . ..- - . l!:.r . St i. t 3:UC - r. t yo .... it . :',:-cu .....t pt :~~ ~"]Ils'I, * to i;' to diet ;yct rec au ........ .li ...... r-.b]_~. ot:.'.'noi j:,ioo .11.outrI *ax'yction u8 i 7j th'\t A ' O 10' CLu ~c .-1 jj:' ~ ~ ~ ~ 17 Ci -010 ^ lLCr i CO' to- c1 tlt ...h..c. ~- m 2 o,' !..-1"o'..:'be, -t 'bi'o '-;'", c"": ',t' S ::j" , [,~ili :- yi C.'~. o;Cr o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Community Bulletin — 1 June 1968

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

BLACK AI-ERICAN (Cont Id) the Black community sha,re this view. If, on the other hand, school integration secks to develop the individual potentials of black students, and if it recognizes that the cul%turo and background L, oi which black sL'ud c rs c o eis equally w1crt 1 of ,piojc ting i to the duc. ional eo:i,:rience- of a 'l s-lents, thLnr it is good, 12 inte-gration of schools will have the effect of assignins relevrance and irnportance to the Black Ex)erionce in lerica (and in Africa then it will Ibe a stop tolards tleo fulfillment of the i merican dream, This -bc, wo'lcd be good. In any case, let us p1ocecc into the fu+tur with ,a suree o0f confidence and n fst of all with an a(ssrtive consciousness never before dcrelonstrated by b.la ck ear ica s. Lastls-, let us hone th'' . whi-te fA'mbC'ici -'.s will. iJlC rasiigy coe bto realize thv'xb '5 -hi- v, -. , lc sI ' trugleo I-Ar 1ia-J. c i-' --t-' t - 0 - O ' (D ,: S c s . r L . , ' Ca -;: ,: ?e au-.'to-r' is a 1957 .'" ,- e o ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Community Bulletin — 1 June 1968

P. 5 The Comm-Lunity Bulletin 3';Lt.Ie n- JUT2 1 1968 T.I3S SJiMEiR IN TrE CITIES--CJ N NTINGTS GET [O IS]? Law enfo-rcererint a ncies across the na-, Lon arc br acing o' perhaps wh/..'qt ,1ill be AImerr1 a' bloodest era Fin- h0 e -. 1 war .t - here a valid reason for lawv officers to anticilaac a naion-wicde blood bath? Their anxiety is a justified one. Just as 111T officers are preparing for the sumeier, so are average, " ood riAmericans arr ing thesellres for "self defense " so are the tougls and thugs ari-_ng themselves. .l.Tho started %this internal arms race? ThIis is not important now. :'e should look ,it the c auscs and cures for such a '1sicki1 peopoleo lie must disarm the nation s solf-<ostructuive time bomb. To disarm thle bomb, a vast majority of Americans must change their thoughts and ACTIOIS--ro: racism to brotherhoodC* Iiliions of Negroes are demaonding their rightful places as 1st class human beings be respected LN(,.'t "On the other hand, soj- A'nglos are saying...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Community Bulletin — 22 June 1968

THE OMMUNITY B U LLETIN NO. 43 ABILENE, TEXAS SATURDAY, JUNE 22, 1968 PRICE 10 _ _ AJNESS IN SERVICE STATIONI 23 YEARS MR. CLARENCE HARDEMAN is a Gulf service owner. For the past 23 years Mr. Hardeman has been in the service station business. Presently, his service station is located at 773 Mesquite Street. Being a Gulf dealer, Mr. Hardeman gives the same service and products t h a t have made Gulf one of the nation's leading oil companies. The Bulletin found that in its interview with r,. Hardeman, few persons trade with his service station, although his station is no different than other Gulf stations. In the opinion of the Bulletin, the Gulf Station at 773 Mesquite does not have more customers because some citizens of Abilene are discriminating or boycotting it. The most STRANGE thing about this charge is that persons discriminating or boycotting this station are NEGROES! Our Negro community in general does not wish to do business with a business because it is run by a Negro. How...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Community Bulletin — 22 June 1968

The Community Bulletin Saturday, June 22, 1968 VARIETY SHOP ( Cont.. from P. 1..) cosmetics, jewelry, whatnots, and shoes. According to Beverly Anthony, daughter of Mrs. Anthony, it is a family operated store. Business hours are from 9 A.M. until 7 p.m.-Monday through Friday, and 9 A.M. until 8 P.M. on Saturdays. Merchandise carried by the store include things for bo'ys, girls, men and women, Jo and shop at 789 Walnut Street. They would appreciate YOUR business V $ $ $ $$ $ $ $ $ $ A PARTMENTS F01R RENT MNGELA APARTMENT HOUSE _-3 Room Furnished Apts. ALL UTILITIES PAID! 898 CYPRESS Phone.: 673-6302 r, & Mrs. Vernon Timms -Ownersfff~~~~~~~ BETHEL A.M.E. BAKE SALE A SUCCESS! Bethel A.M.E. Church Lshes to thank the peruns that helped to make .eir bake sale at Showise Square a SELLOUT! Watch the Bulletin for 'i next announcement of -thel ' s activities. COMMUNITY ACTION PROGRAM C A P 1968 The newly elected, streamlined, 36 member board of Taylor Countyts CAP has begun its year of he...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Community Bulletin — 22 June 1968

NEGRO HISTORY The Community Bulletin Saturday, June 22, 1968 Negroes influenced politics at the very founding of this country, "He has waged cruel war against human nature itself, violating its most sacred rights of life and liberty in the persons of a distant people who never offended him, captivating and carrying them into slavery in another hemisphere, or to incur miserable death in their transportation thither, This piratical warfare, the opprobrium if infidel powers, is the warfare of the CHRISTIAN king of Great Britain, Determined to keep open a market where MEN should be bought and sold, he has prostituted his negative for suppressing every legislative attempt to prohibit or to restrain this execrable commerce; and that this assemblage of horrors might want no face of distinguished die, he is not exciting those very people to rise in arms among us, and to purchase that liberty of which HE deprived them, by murdering the people upon whom HE also obtruded them; thus paying off ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Community Bulletin — 22 June 1968

NEED WORK? JOBS L K ING FCR PEOPLE The Texas Employment Commission at 826 Hickory, has jobs in the following occupations for which additional workers are needed: Power Shovel Operator Welder Machine Maintenance Man Butcher Automobile Mechanic Cook Secretary Office Machines Salesa Hardware Salesman Workers qualified inary of these jobs should apply in person to the Texas Employment Commission at 826 Hickory Street. ' f ' V ? ! f t V ? t ? ? ?? . * * * . * * * * * * HAROLD TIRE lRAWFORD CQ' COMPLETELY RECONDITIONED - USED TVS ONLY $12.50 and up! SATISFACTION GUARANTEED NO MONEY DOWN! The Community Bulletin Saturday, June 22, 1968 MRS. SHIRLEY LOWERY ' ' (Cont., from P. 2.,.) Mrs. Lowery has been with afeway for the past month, She stated, "Well, I had been trading with the store for eight years and therefore I knew the other employees. o, when I began 'work, it was with friends," In her interview, Mrs, Lowery statd that the customers are very kind. In fact, they ry to help by'finding ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Community Bulletin — 29 June 1968

THE COMMUNITY BULLETIN NO. 44 ABILENE, TEXAS SATURDAY, JUNE 29, 1968 PRICE 10 PRESENTS SEVEN WEEKS OF AMERICA ON TELEVISION NETWORK Black Americans and their contributions to America will be spotlighted on Channel 12 beginning thib Tuesday, July 2, and every Tuesday for seven weeks, The time of the telecasts will be 9:00 p.m. This appears to be the same idea that the Bulletin has developed through its Black history a n d literature sections; better understanding c o m e s through knowledge of each other. Now, that's: CHANNEL 12, EACH TUESDAY AT 9:00p& SEARS QENTER LIBRARY A hora en verano que se termino la escuela y tofos los ninos andan en vacacion, todos van a tener mas tiempa para leer, Si se encuentra usted con tiempa en sus nanos, porque no viene usted a la bibloteca a leer a ver los magacines? Unos jovenes en estado usando la biblioteca para estudiar. Sin duda deven de estar recommendouz por su desedo de mejorarse ellos mismos, La Sra. King les da la buenbeinda a todos y a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Community Bulletin — 29 June 1968

The Community Bulletin Saturday, June 29, 1968 (Cont.. from P. 1-... "Education is Our Freedom" (Translated in Spanish. ,) EDUCASION ES LA LIBERTAD DE NOSOTROS Y LA LIBERTAD ES EL NEGOSIO DE TODOS Nosotros queremos felictar a todos los que terminado la escuela este ano del 1968, y especialmente a todos los mexLcanos. Nos da gusto al ver miembros de nuestra raza llaventarse areba de la altura .de sus padres, y hacerse mejor educados. Nosotros felictamos especialmente a esos que han decidido a continuar con su educacion, Es una oportunidad admirable al segir educando se uno mismo. 'Nadie puede saber mucho. No hay fin en aprender, y como dice el dicho, "Yo aprendo algo nuevo tod los dias " Educacion sige todo el tiempa, nunca tiene fin. Todo los dias hay algo nuevo para aprender. Nosotros desemas que cada uno y todos de ustedes tomen provecho de las oportunidas abiertas para ustedes. Ha.s y mas las puertas se estan abierendo para todos. Cual quiera puede siger con su education si tiene...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Community Bulletin — 29 June 1968

NEGRO HISTORY imk ... The Community Bulletin Saturday, June 29, 1968 (EDITCRtS NOTE: Due to the length of the following poem, this section will serve as both the NEGRO HISTORY and LITERATURE ) "FIFTY YEARS" (On the Fiftieth Anniversary of the Signing of the Emancipation Proclamation) O brothers mine, today we stand Where half a century sweeps our ken, Since God, through Lincoln's ready hand, Struck off our bonds and made us men. Just fifty years--a winter's day-- As runs the history of a race; Yet, as we look back o'er the way, How distant seems our starting place! Look farther back! Three centuries! To where a naked, shivering score, Snatched from their haunts across the seas, Stood, wild-eyed, on Virginia's shore. For never let the though arise That we are here on sufferance bare; Outcasts, asylumed 'neath these skies, And aliens without part or share. This land is ours by right of birth, This land is ours by right of toil; We helped to turn its virgin earth, Our sweat is in its f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Community Bulletin — 29 June 1968

NEED WORK? JOBS L G K ING FOR PE O P LE The Texas Employment Commission at 826 Hickory, has jobs in the following occupations for which additional workers are needed: Ward Attendants-Male Welder Mobile Home Repairman Librarian, Degree req. Manager Trainee, Finance Co.,, High School minimum Workers qualified in any of these jobs should apply in person to the Texas Employment Commission at 826 Hickory Street, Mr. Employer, our office has a number of capable sum mer workers available. Call us if ie may be of service to vou. & & & &&& &&& & && &&& A PARTMENTS FOR RENT . 2-3 Room Furnished Apts. ANGE LA APARTMENT HOUSE ALL UTILITIES PAID! 898 CYPRESS PHONE: 673-6302 Mr. & Mrs. Vernon Tinmns (Restricted to single persons and persons with Children.) I a n0 A an ,o The Community Bulletin Saturday, June 29, 1968 LETTE" R TO EDITOR!! rt Dear Editor, I was so happy to see the write up in your' Community Bulletin about Mr. Jesse Ha...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Community Bulletin — 29 June 1968

The Community Bulletin TED~I~TORIAL Saturday, June 29, 1968 We would like to write a sort of a scatterbrain editorial for this one time, Ther6 are so many things worth mentioning, we would like to spread ourselves rather thin. We would like to begin with the one item that is always foremost on our mind. We will never be able to say enough about the young boys and girls who have just finished high school, It seems to us that every year we are breaking records, and making history, in that our Mexican-American kids are becoming more aware of the importance of education. Every year our kids make up a bigger portion on our high school graduating class. We are looking forward to next year, because in our humble opinion, and in deep sincerity, the year of 1968-1969, we shall see with our very own eyes, the awakening of the proverbial "SLEEPING GIANT."--At least in Abilene, Texas, U.S.A. This class has been the'dedication and inspiration of your humble servant. We not only expect, but know,...

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