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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Community Bulletin — 6 July 1968

THE COMMUNITY BULLETIN IS HEA RD NO. 45 ABILENE, TEXAS SATURDAY, JULY 6, 1968 PRICE 100 .' ....... -,~ -~' . . - ........ ,, , - ~.. ... ....- ~ .I, ....~ ~ ~ ~ ~........' - U PWARD "THE BRIDGE TO COLLEGE AND SUCCESS" McMurrxy College's Upward Bound Project is the first of its kind in the Big Counr try. Upward Bound has as its goal,givirg boys and girls in high school the necessary skills, experiences, and incentives to attend college after high school grad. uation. The program has just completed its fourth week of the eight week summer session. During the past four weeks students have gone through an educational program that stresses an "education does not necessarily begin or stop in a class room. The principle that education can'be in various places, a "bull session", a trip, in the theatre, on a picnic, or in the college dorm prevails in Upward Bound. Dedicated college professors, public school teachers, and college students are working hard to give the students of Upward Bound ...

Publication Title: Community Bulletin, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Community Bulletin — 6 July 1968

The Community Bulletin Saturday, July 6, 1968 A T TEN T I ON ! THE BOOK OF LIFE (ON RADIO) A RELIGIOUS PROGRAM ON RADIO STATION K N I T EACH SUNDAY MORNING 9:00-10:00 presenting REV. MONTGOMERY ASHFORD OF BETHEL GROVE BAPT.CHURCH IN Spiritual Message and SONG ! C t 2 t E I] tc a I i MT . MORIAH NEWS t I The day at Mt. Moriah Baptist Church began as n usual, with Sister 0. ( Robinson in charge of ) Sunday School. The lesson was reviewed by the C pastor. i The Musical, sponsored by the Mt. Moriah < Mission was a success, 1 The Sunday Morning I message, brought by Rev. Burks was enjoyed by all. Subject: "The Preacher' s Pledge."--Acts 3:5-7. The afternoon message was brought by Rev. J.H. Richardson of San Antonio, Texas. This powerful message was entitled: "The Sign of HIS Coming."-lMatthew 24:1-3. Sunday, July 7th, the -,embers of Mt. Moriah will celebrate the pre-opening of their pastor' s Anniversary. Ernestine Calloway, Reporter Rev. R.D. Burks, Pastor BETH E L A ME CHURCH On la...

Publication Title: Community Bulletin, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Community Bulletin — 6 July 1968

P. 3 The Conmunity Bulletin N EGRO HISTORY Saturday, July 6 1968 "KNOW THE NEGRO THROUGH HIS LITERATURE" DAYBREAK Awake! Arise! Men of my raceI see our morning star, And feel the dawn breeze on my face Creep inward from afar. I feel the dawn, with soft-like tread, Steal through our lingering night, Aglow with flame our sky to Spread In floods of morning light. Arise, my men! Be wide-awake To hear the bugle call For Negroes everywhere to br6ak The bands that bind us all. Great Lincoln, now with glory graced, All Godlike with the pen, Our chattel fetters broke and placed Us in the ranks of men. But even he could not awake The dead, nor make alive, Nor change stern Nature's laws, which make The fittest to survive. Let every man his soul inure In noblest sacrifice, And with a heart of oak endure Ignoble, arrant prejudice. Endurance, love, will yet prevail Against all laws of hate; Such armaments can never fail Our race its best estate. Let none make common cause with sin, Be that in hon...

Publication Title: Community Bulletin, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Community Bulletin — 6 July 1968

NEED WORK? The Community BtLletin Saturday, July. 6, 1968 JOBS L 0 0 K I N G FOR PE O P LE The Texas Employment Commission at 826 Hickory, has jobs in the following occupations for which additional workers are needed: Plumber Welder, Lay Our Experience Diesel Mechanic Office Machine Serviceman Mobile home Repairman Plant Worker Licensed Vocational Nurse Experienced hardware Salesman Key Punch Operator Workers qualified in any of these jobs should apply in person to the Texas Employment Commission at 826 Hickory Street. * * * * * * * * *t * * Mr. Employer, our office has a number of capable summer workers available. Call us if we may be of service to you. I T I I T I ? I I t f ? tI HAR OLD T RE C RAWFORD COMPIETELY RECONDITIONED USED TVS- 0 N L Y $12.50 and UP SATISFACTION GUARANTEED! NO MONEY DOWN! EASY TERMS! I I I : I I iT I , !t V I . a . . . a . .. .. . U GUITAR FOR SALE! new Kay Guitar for sale! is is a $75 value f o r nnly $40. , CALL 677-9670 TODAY! j* * * * * X * 4 * I' t -X...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Community Bulletin — 31 August 1968

THE OMMUN I T "ANOTH F VO CE K BULLETIN IS HEARD" .... :~ . . : -_; - : :- ...4,.~-l- I4 V ...-., I bm A: W. N - : -_- : - ,,. - -4m., % - _L w lp -. %-: NO- - -A - - NO. 47 ABILENE, TEXAS SATURDAY, AUGUST 31, 1968 PRICE 100 _ V1_--mt low . - S C H O L ADMINISTRATION AND S C H O OL NOT SURPRISED AT RESIGNATION OF D. W. PORTER BOARD CONTRARY TO THE ABILENE REPORTER NEWS headline, school officials were not surprised at the resignation of principal, D. W. Porter. It was told to school officials several months ago that most Woodson Jr.-Sr. High School teachers felt that they were not being assigned definite positions--so that they, the teachers, might become discouraged, resign, and leave Abilene. More specifically, several weeks ago the board was told of its injustice in regards to Porter not being given an assignment as late as three (3) days before ad-. rLnistrators were to begin work. At that time, the citizens who brought the matter -o the board were told that Porter was satisfied ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Community Bulletin — 31 August 1968

The Comamty Ulletin Saturday, August 31, 1968 EMPLOYMENT OF YOUNGSTERS Mf. ZION (Cont.. from P. 1...) HAS NE PASTOR SINCE IAST BISHOP REPSSIGNS youngsters before they were ISSUE OF BULLETIN REV. WI E 1TT YS contacted. They were: Coca Cola Co., Central Iron Works, Rev. Isaiah Moreland is In an interview with Meads Frozen Foods, Lion the new pastor of Mt. Zion Rev. Willie Mays, he disHardware, Humble Oil Com- Baptist Church. He moved closed that Bishop N. S, pany, Master Corp., South- to Abilene from Altus,Okla. Curry, presiding bishop west Texas Lumber, Reynolds where he was pastor of the of the Eighth Episcopal and others. Macedonia Baptist Church District of the C.M.E. Mr. Bill Olson, personnel for the past ten years. Church, roleived him of director for the city of Ab- Rev. Moreland was assis.- his pastoral duties as ilene, stated that the em- tant director of the Corn- ,of August 9, 1968, and ployment program was success- munity Action Agency of assigned hin to the Cormful and th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Community Bulletin — 31 August 1968

NEGRO HISTORY Thetu VOICES OF iMERICAN PEOPLE In his progress down the winding road from slavery toward freedom, the American Negro has relied on leaders and spokesmen to carry the beacon of hope. Negro leaders have been the means of communicating to the nation the wishes of his people. Organized Negro leadership dates from the time of the American Revolution. During this early period of American history, smnll groups of free Negroes baned together to point out the inconsistency and immorality of holding black men in bondage while fighting for political freedom from the old world. The Afro-4.erican League organized in 1890 by the journalist, T. Thormas Fortune; the National Association for the Advancer.mnt of Colored People organized in 1909 with DuBois as its first Negro member; the Urban League organized in 1911 under Haynes and E, K. Jones; and the formation. of other race relations groups marked the professionalization of the fight for freedom. The new urgency in the civil right...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Community Bulletin — 31 August 1968

P. 4 45 YEARS The Cormunity Bulletin Saturday, August 31, 1968 OF M A R R I AG E 1// HELPING HAND CLUB Ra. i ND IERS. FORREST WARD \ The "Holping Hand celebrated their forty-fifth 1 /\ jL:^ Vt Club" net in the home (45th) IEDDING AX!NNIVERSARY / /- of Krs. 1Karie Caver, on August 18, 1968. Theywere / WE TA.NT / August 28. The Vicemrrried iAugust 18, 1923 in / YOUR BUSINESS/ president, Mirs, Helen VWeatherford, Texas. /THANK YOU.' FOR / Gindratt was in charge. Their children are Forrest /SHOPPING AT SERS / The Lordts Prayer Jr., who is in communications / w.s repeated in unison. at Shoppard Air Force Base / 155 Sayles Blvd. / The monthly business . He presently is on a four / Phone: 677-2811 / was discussed as usual. month tour of duty in New ////////////////////////// Everyone enjoyed the Jersey; and Ronald Edward, meeting o and the visit who is working in civil sor- A lNEW PASTOR AT afterwards. vice in Las Vegas, Nevada. ANTIOCH C. M. E. CHURCH Our President, Mrs. (Personal note: M...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Community Bulletin — 31 August 1968

WORK ? The Cormunity Bulletin Saturday, August 31, 1968 JOBS L K I N G FOR P E P L E The Texas Employment Comission at 826 Hickory, has jobs in the following occupations for which add&itional workers are needed: Bank Proof Machine Operator Cameramuan Produce Departmont Manager Busboys Male and Femle Ward Attendants School Janitors Cooks Kitchen Helper Pantryman Waitress Nurse Aid House Trailer Utility Man Butcher Farm Workers Worker"; M11,n 1; if;rP^ ;n Ai^isr ***-'- * Ve v^<.' -,L.JL U -1U IZRY )f thesc jobs should apply In person to the Texas 3rnloyi-lent Cor.m-ission at 826 ,ickomr Stroet TYPIST NEEDED THE COIMMUNITY BULLETIN WDS A TYPIST WHO CAN WORK ,3UR TO FIVE HOURS A IE3K. SP2SD IS NOT II2?ORTANT, UIT M.\_TIMBSS AND ACCURACY CALL: 677-9670 CALL T O D A Y! 3ISCRIilaNiATION CO14PLAINT? JT.CT the T-ylor County a. .^ch of the KNdCP at , -'9 6.70. "ho service is free. $ C HAROLD RAWFORD COITPLETELY RECONDITIONED TIRE CO. USED TVS ONLY $12,50 and UP! SATISFACTION GUARAT'I'D...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Community Bulletin — 31 August 1968

P. 6 The Corumlunity Bulletin E DI TORI AL Saturday, 'ugust 31, 1968 D 0 NN T B LAM E IT ON THE C HI LD REN The children of the Black community are being exposed and influenced by all the negative adult facets of our community. The children arc becoming uore drunk than in our day--sniffing glue, and taking pills. We have more eleven to sixteen year olds staying out until the wee hours of the rmorning--which in itself can bring on trouble. BUT DONIT SAY, "TODAYTS KIDS ARE SURE BAD!" Our problem is that Abilene cannot let its boys and girls fond for themselves in seeking entertainment as was sono 10 or more years ago. There are more temptations and the attitude of the country has rmdo it easier for youngsters to do what they please. These conditions dictate that we as Black citizens MUST offer our youngsters a BETTER IWAY OF ETEPRTAINENT. They visit the dives because they dontt have an alternative. Itts the only place to go. We need to get out of our air-conditioned cars, grassy lawns...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Community Bulletin — 14 September 1968

THE COMMUNITY BULLETIN NO. 48 ABILENE, TEXAS SATURDAY, SE ER 14, 1968 PRICE 10# FIRST STATE PANK IS WELL PLEASED WITH NEGRO EMPLOXEES David Bigham of the First State Bank of Abilene stated employee relationship among the banks integrated staff is excellent. He further stated that there have been no customers expressing negative attitudes because of the bank's integrated staff. Mrs, Mary Myers-proof machine operator, Mrs. Maragret Willis-bookkeeper, and Mrs* Fern Williams-IBM key punch operator are the three employees who are Negroes at the bank. The first Negro was hired in Juno of 1967. Mrs. Willis began the bank in a job-training position. The other ladies had previous experience. Bigham stated that the bank was probably skeptical when the Negro ladies were hired because of the lack of experience of having Negroes on the staf'; however he stated that the working relationships and customer relationships have proven that there was no need for skepticism in the beginning. To one ques...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Community Bulletin — 14 September 1968

P. 2 The Comomnity Bulletin Saturday, September 14, 1968 H LOOKING FOR AN FHA HOME IN ABILENE? FOR AN FHA House anywhere in Abilene, CONTACT: ARRIS REALTY 81 8 OCKRELL WILL SELL ANY FHA HOUSE: WHATEVER THE LOCATION, WHATEVER THE PRICE, JUST SEE-HARRIS REALITY BUY OR RENT FROM HARRIS CALL: 673-7782 8888-X#;~ ~-C~J-H8$$$ H8H88P8X**t BETHEL GOES TO MIDLAND Members of Bethel A*MEM traveled'to Midland on September 8, and joined in the homecoming services 6f Greater St. Luke A.ME. Bethel s pastor, Rev. G.A. Lowe brought the sermon for the afternoon. The host church made the members of Bethel feel quite at homeland the meal was delicious. September 17 and 18 at 7:30 p.ma Bethel will hold its annual conference next month, and his members hope that he will'be returnod to Abilone. G. A. Lowe, Pastor KING SOLOMON BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday School began on time-with Supt, Henderson in charge. All teachers were present. Review was given by the pastor* Attendance good. The eleven o'clock Service was e...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Community Bulletin — 14 September 1968

B3LACK HISTORY The Community Bulletin Saturday,September 14, 1968 ABRAM HANNIBAL (1697-1782) Soldier, Commander in Russia Abram Hannibal was captured in Africa at the age of eight and sold to a Russian nobleman to Tsar Peter the Great of Russia. Peter grew fond of his little slave and Hannibal soon $nwame the favorite of the court,' Hannibal was brought up in the Russia Orthodox Church. Hannibal completed his early schooling in 1716 and Tsar sent him to Paris to study military engineering. While in France he joined the French Army and soon attained the rank of commander. After seven years, he returned to Russia and joined Tsar's own guard regiment as an engineer lieutenant. He became a good military man and became very fond of Russia. Hannibal's brother in Africa learned of Hannibal's whereabouts and offered to pay Tsar for his return, but Hannibal said thanks but that he preferred his adopted land. After the death of Peter, ?eter II sent Hannibal to .iberia where he suffered greatl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Community Bulletin — 14 September 1968

P. 4 The Conmmnity Bulletin Saturday, September/4, 1968 NEED WOP? 7 JOBS L @ G K I N G FOR PE O P LE The Texas Employment Commission at 826 Hickory, has jobs in the following occupations for which additional workers are needed: Babysitters with transportation Dishwashers Bushboys Butchers Waitresses House Trailer Utility Min Licensed Vocational Nurse Part Time Typing and Shorthand Teacher Diesel Mechanic Truck Mechanic Payroll Clerk Workers qualified in any of these jobs should apply in person to the Texas Employment Comnission at 826 ickory Street. $$$$ $$$$$$$$$$ HAROLD TVE ; RAWFORD co. COMPLETELY RECONDITIONEt USED TVS ONLY $12.50 and UP! U;TISFACTION GUARANTEED! NO MONEY DOWN! EASY TERMS $$$$$$$$$$$$$ CREDO (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 3) I oppose all laws of state or country, All creeds of church and social orders, All conventionalities of society and system Which cross the path of the light of Freedom Or obstruct the reign. of Right. .... . .~^-^ M^^:'~/..j_/~~1l' ~///I'U// .//3 ~ i,...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Community Bulletin — 14 September 1968

P. 5 THE STRETS OF PASADENA Those who live in the Pasadena Heights a ition or those who have visited it lately h noticed that the streets are in the process being repaired. This is a result of throe ngs; (1) a town meeting in April of this pa year when citizens of Pasadena brought the -reot condition to the attention of the city icials, (2) a complaint being brought to th city officials by a realtor in this area, a (3) city officials who will act on problems ought to their attention. Some have noticed the new street lights the Woodson community. Thcy have boon inst. od for over three months. This,too, was a: sult of a town meeting where the people broi their problems to the attention of the city icals. These events should be proof enough to p] that we live in a city that will act on the of the people, if the will of the people is This is where YOU como into the picture. Ii have problems that can be solved by elected public officials, LET THEM KNOW what the prc ar_. YOUR JVOICE CAN B...

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