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

CO THE M MUN ITY 13 ULLE T (PioLetr1i ic s a l.a l r_ - -- __ _ _ - NO. 17 ABILENE, TEAS SATUPDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1967 PRICE 100 L I B R A R A N S THE COMUNITY WOODSON HIH SCHOOL The city librarian of the Eugne Pickard Library of 342 Cock- I rell is RS. HALLIE R. COLE. As D the second city librarian in the Pickard Library, Mrs. Cole h a s worked for fourteen years i n this position. SI The FIVE and TEN year pins have So: been awarded her for her longser- so: vice. Her services have indirect- an ly aided the Abilene Public Scho- an ols, in that she has assisted nu- Wa merous students during her tenure, te IMrs. Cole is a native of Waxa- Do haxhie, Texas, She came to Abi - ty lene and graduated from Woodson ch High School as an Honor Student tr in 1945. While at Woodson, she was voted Woodson s Most Beautiful Girl. w Her education was continued at Phillips Business College of Dallas, Texas, Upon graduation S from Phillips, she worked as secretary in the Dallas Public School System for tw...

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

P, 2 The Conmmmnity Bulletin Saturday, December 9, 1967 ST, PAUL I. M. E. CHURCH St. Paul's services were well-attended, Sunday, December 3, 1967. Rev. K. G. Bradley brought the message, Subject: "Lay it Aside." The Ministers Union Services were held at Miles Chapel Church of God in Christ, where Rev. R, L. Wlilliams is pastor. Churches participating and helping to make the service more inspirational by bringing their choirs, were: Bethel A.M.E. Church, St. Paul I.M.E,, King Solomon Baptist, Plmn St. lethodist, Friendly Missionary, Church of God in Christ I, II, and III. The message was brought by Rev. R. D. Allen. Evening service at St. Paul's Church was alsowell attended; with Rev. Robsion bringing the message. TJIEKLY CIURCH AND COJIUNITY CAIEND',AR SUNDAY Sun. School Morn. Serv. Eve. Serv, MONDAY Official Boar TUESDAY Pasadena Corn WJEDINESDfAY Troop 64 Scout Miet. THURSDAY 9:45 11:00 7:00 a.p . p .m. d 7:30 p.m. 8:15 p,.m. 8:00 p.m. Itission-Steward7:30 p.m. FRIDAY Choir Practi...

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

The Community Bulletin Saturday, Decerber 9, 1967 - .. . - JAMES WELDON JOHNSON "A TRUE ARTIST" JAMES WELDON JOHNSON has been called "the only true artist among the early Negro novelists." Not only as a novelist but also as a poet, N'ACP official and diplomat, Johnson left a lasting impression on the cultural and social life of the Negro in America, His famous poem, "Lift Every Voice and Sing" (1900), when set to music by his talented brother, James Rosamond Johnson, became a sort of Negro national anthem during the early forties, JOHNSONtS strikingly dramatic poem, "God s Trornbones" may still be recited from the stages of many high schools and colleges. JAfES WELDON JOHNSON was a native of Florida. He was educated at Atlanta, and in New York, He was the first Negro to pass a written examination for the bar in Florida, and'after practicing law and teaching school for a few years, moved to New York where he joined his brother in writing successful musical comedies. JOHNSONtS last ma...

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

P. 4 ;'4Afc ).%tr) t # The Community Bulletin Saturday, December 9, 1967 JOBS L 0 O KING FOR P E O P LE The Texas Employment Commission at 826 Hickory, has jobs in the following occupations for which additional workers are neeed: Key Punch Operator Refrigeration Mechanic Auto Parts Man Electric Iotor Repairman Cooks, Civil ServiceJobs Cotton Gin Workers Semi-Retired rmn to work as Cabinet- Iakers Helper M chanical Engineer General Motors Products Bookkeeper Workers qualified inany of these jobs should apply in person to the Texas Employment Commission at 826 Hickory Street_ HELP! HELLP! HELP! HELPI If things seem hopeless to you; or, if life s c ems unbearable, YOU NEED A FRIENID to talk to. JUST CA.LL: OR3-3132. YOU IHiY CALL AT ANY TIE of the day or night. There will always be a friend waiting to listen to your problems . # i# 1i 1 # # # if # # # I i PILLOWS FOR SALE ! A "new" style of pillows to make your hore lovelier than over before. Buy one, and learn to make them--- FREE!. S...

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

P. 5 ^i^M6a1 011to i .mc - - -- - - '"..,OUR EYES FIXED FORWARD ON A STAR? OR GAZING EMPTY AT DESPAIR?...." The questions above that were taken from a poem written prior to 1925, amply express the thoughts of Abilene's 17 and 18 year old youth who happen to be Negro. It's a sad state of affairs when these youth of 1967 have to struggle with essentially the same problems their predecessors did in the 1920ts. In talking to a group of high school juniors and seniors, these thoughts were brought out: 'ghatts the use of trying? You know this is a white ants world. We have to leave Abilene because there's nothing for us here. How can we oven get a job?" Where did these young people get their ideas? Mostly from just living and observing the world around them, They see very, very little progress people of their race have made in Abilene. They have already experienced the unwritten law of job discrimination in Abilene. They can't but wonder "why" when they see so many lilly-white businesses....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Community Bulletin — 16 December 1967

CO THE MMUNI TY BULLETI,N *M4ot~ er jf0e /S 40,4 NO, 18 ABILENE, TEXAS SATURDAY, DECEMBER 16. 1967 PRICE 10 'aTHE WONDERFUL WORLD OF CHEEISTRY!" After earning a double degree in chemistry and mathematics, MR. IUeWAYNE WAGGONER has spent a total of 12 years passing on this knowledge to high school boys and girls. He is a graduate of Bradford High School,R u s k, Texas. In high school, he participated in and won awards in football and track. Mr. Waggoner completed his four years of college at Texas College, Tyler, Texas with his degrees in Chemistry and Mathematics. Other schools attended are: Texas Southern University, Prairie View College, University of Texas, science workshop at McMurry College and Huston-Tillotson College. While at Huston-Tillotson College on a National Science Foundation Grant, Mr. Waggoner received afirst place rating in the chemistry institution for identifying 17 elements and compounds in a seedless American grape Service to his country was with the Army where...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Community Bulletin — 16 December 1967

The Community Bulletin Saturday, December 16, 1967 MOUNT MORIAH BAPTIST CHURCH NEWS The "Fellowship Service" that was previously announced to be Dec, 24, in Hamlin, Texas has been moved to December 17th, Due to this being Christmas Eve, the date has been changed. However, it will still be in Hamlin, Texas, atthe Old Grove Baptist Church, where Rev. B.C. Freeman is pastor, CHURCH CALENDAR SUNDAY Sun. School Iorn. Serv. 1 MONDAY Gen, Miission Usher Board TUESDAY Brotherhood VWEDNESDAY Tacchers Mcct, Prayer Meeting THURSDAY Naomi Circle Sr. Choir 9:45 a.m. 11:00 a.m. 6:00 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 7:00 pnm, 7:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p,.m. PLUM STREET IETHODIST SUNDAY CALENDIAR Sun. School 9:45 a.rm < Morning Worship 11:00 a.m. Official Meeting 3:30 p.m. All members are asked to please be present. SPECIAL ANNOUNCELIE NTS On Sunday, Dec. 17th, tIe Plum St. Methodist Church will sponsor A "SingingGroupt from Anson, Teoxas Public is invited. On Dec, 25, 5:00 A*M,, we will host the Ministe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Community Bulletin — 16 December 1967

The Community Bulletin Saturday, December 16, 1967 U. S CONGRESSIAN FROM GEORGIA When JEFFERSON LONG took his seat in Congress i n 1870, he became the first Negro to be elected to t h e United States House of Representatives. The day hewas elected, white Georgians killed seven Negroes andchased Long to a courthouse where he remained untilfriends sneaked him to an uncompleted sewer. 'Throughout the state Negroes were intimidated, beaten, and abused by whites who could not stomach theidea of a Negro representing a district of that state inthe U.S. Congress. JEFFERSON LONG had been a leader of Negroes inMacoq Georgia where he had a thriving business as merchant - tailor. When the white Congressman-elect was denied a seat in the House because of doubt about the honestyof' his election, Long was persuaded to run for the vacancy. He won by 900 votes, although it was suspected that the votes for him would have been much larger, had notmany Negroes been terrorized into staying away from the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Community Bulletin — 16 December 1967

-4 vJr L JOBS L 0 0 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: Automobile Body Repairnmn Waitress Shirt Presser Key Punch- Operator Librarian, Masters Degree Optician Experienced Telephone Solicitors Plumbers Semi-retired Cabinet I laker Workers qualified inan~ of these jobs should apply in person to the Texas Employmcnt Cornr.ission at 826 Hickory Street. $$$$$$$$$$$$ B & F FIINNCE CO. FINANCE formerly StandCOMPANY ard Firance Co. 181 PINE ST. -OR2-7833 ADILENE, TEX. 79601 $$$$$$$$$$$$$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ tv" $ ; $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ ////////////////////////// IP .f El T5LOYER, DO YOU HAVE A POSITION THALT NTEE1DS TO BE FILLED? If so, contact the Carver Recreation Center or The Com--unity Bulldtin, at ORchard 7-9670. The Community Bulletin Saturday, December 16, 1967 BCDCBCBCBCBCBC "B. C. = BELL CURTIS" AND, Bell Curtis has on a fantastic CHRISTMAS SJALE, of IStudio Girl Produ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Community Bulletin — 16 December 1967

THE ATE r / THE TRUE CHRISTMZS STORY (Continued from last week) St. Luke 2 And there wore in the sane country shepherds abiding in the field, keeping watch over their flock by night. And, lo, the angel of the Lord came upon them, and the glory of theLord shone round about them: and they were sore afraid. And the angel said unto them, Fear not: for,behold,I bring you good tidings of great joy, which shall be to all people. For unto you is born this day in the city of David a Saviour, which is Christ the Lord. And this shall be a sign unto you; Ye shall find the babe wrapped in swaddling clothes, lying in a manger, And suddenly there was with the angel a multitude of the heavenly host praising God, and saying, Glory to God in the highest, and on earth, peace, good will toward men, . * * * (EDITOPLRS NOTE: This last verse would be even more beautiful, if all of Abilene felt this iJway, Then we could truly say that we know the True Christrmas Story, and we know the true meaning of Chris...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Community Bulletin — 23 December 1967

THE CO MMUN C^to e 71 rA I TY /"//- //<? BUJLLET IN NO. 19 ABILENE, TEXAS SATURDAY, DECEIMER 23, 1967 PRICE 10l .1~ - ___ ON 50th WEDDING ANNIVERSRY MR. AND MPS., EENNIE FRANKLIN will observetheir 50th Wedding Anniversary on CHRISTMAS DAY.. Their anniversary will be celebrated by "re-marrying". Mr. and Mrs. Franklin were both born in Mayfield, Texas, Milan County, and married there, December 25, 1917. Mrs. Franklin was the former, liss Callie Holts. The couple has five children, which MTrs Franklin comments, "it was very hard at times rearing them; but, with the help of the Lord, we were able to do this. And today, we can thank the Lord they are all living," All of their children are married. The children are: Joe Oliver Franklin, Hobbs, New Mexico; Malinda Wilson, Abilene, Texas; Leola YorkRotan, Texas; Lola B. Giles, and Carolyn Wright, Albuquerque, New Mexico. There are 27 grand children and 13 gre at-grandchildren. The couple will celebrate their 50th IAnniversary - just a fe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Community Bulletin — 23 December 1967

Po 2 The Community Bulletin Saturday, December 23, 1967 (Cont..fromP. 1.... VIOLENCE IN ABILENE .... What rumors? Rumors that not one Negro boy has had a chance to be rehabilitated in our United Fund-helped Abilene Boys Ranch. These rumors are by people who do not want a railroading" justice or a justice with no mercy; but these are people who want a justice that is blind and understanding, but STRONG AND STRICT. Who's the blame for Abilene s shame? Well, Abilenians, of course. Abilenians, the good people of your city are waiting for the slow arrival of blind justice. The criminals and criminals-to-be are waiting for another chance to be assured of the chance that they will get off. Two visitors are coming to Abilene. There's only room for one. The visitors are Blind Justice or Hell. You will determine who will stay. Cont.. from P. l.Citizen's ACHIEVEIENTS. .... Persons featured in the job section are, to more people, the who's who in American jobs. Ir. Joe Wims., 28, is a quality c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Community Bulletin — 23 December 1967

( r y / The Commni [4cI' T CunsStSaturday, Do 2V1 <e-/t. PHILIS WHEATLEY One day in 1761 John Wheatley purchased an eightyear old slave-girl as a companion for his wife. He felt that she was a little frail, but he also felt that she would be just what his wifo wanted. And, it proved that she really was. This little girl, later became known as PHILLIS WHEATLEY. Within a few months little Phillis could speak and write Erglish as though she had been reared in Boston all of her life. When thirteen years old, Phillis Wh3atley wrote "T1 the University of Cambridge in New England." tihen she translated a poem from the Latin of Ovid, her admirers in Boston were so astounded that they had the poempublished. By 1773 Phillis has turned out enough poems to have a collection of them published in Laondon, In 1772 she composed "A Farwell to America":To Yrs, S.Wi." who freed her in the same year, and helped hoi. secure passage to England. The abolitionists pointed to her skill ae proof that the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Community Bulletin — 23 December 1967

JOBS L $ N K I N G FOR PEOPLE The Texas Employment Corm.ission a 826 Hickory, has jobs in the following occupations for which additional workers are needed: Hospital Orderly Civil Engineer Electrical Engineer Live-In Housekeeper Machine Maintenance Man Workers qualified in arr of these jobs should apply in person to the Texas Employment Conmission at 826 Hickory Street. BCBCBCBCBCBCBC "B. C. = BELL CURTIS" A;ND, Bll Curtis has on a fantastic CIIHISTiLAS SALE of Studio Girl Products.1 Oils, Perfumes, Cosmetics, things to mke a lovely gift; and, prices are 1/3 to 1/2 % off. Also, she has a big sale on WIGS AND WTIGLETS: 100O Human Hair! Now, that- s "BELL CURTIS", 817 Plurm, OP4-5980. BCC BCD C CBCBC $ $$$$$$ $$$$ $ FIN lJACE COI 01 TIPANY B & F FINANCE CO. formerly Standard Finance Company 81 PINE ST. 0R2-7833 ABILENE, TEX. 79601 y$ $ i $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $P $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ ~$~$$~5$~$$$$$ The Community B Saturday, Decor MORE tCAP: JOES ARE OPEN! APPLY IF YOU FEEL QUALIFI...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Community Bulletin — 23 December 1967

P. 5 t Cl/J>*-l I/ The Cormmunity Bulletin Saturday, December 23, 1967 3658 Ambler Street Abilene, Texas December 14, 1967 The Editor Abilene, Texas Dear Sir: ITe would like to take this opportunity to say "Thank You" to the "Goodfellows" and to the Abilene Reporter News for all the hard work that has been involved in providing a good Christmas Dy for all our less fortunate citizens of Abilene. I could not help but glance at a lot of the names on the donation list. It must give a lot of us a happy feeling to be able to give so freely, not only to give, but what a relief it must be to salve our conscience. But really, Sir, we would like to point out what a great Christian City we are. We all pitch in to provide a "Merry Christmas" for all the "Poor" of Abilene, but for only one day. What about the other 364 days? We believe more would have been accomplished if all the fine and Christian Business Men of Abilene had responded to the recent appeal by the Chamber of Commeirce and our ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Community Bulletin — 30 December 1967

THE OMMUN I TY BULLETIN (1~noT/^e^ //o~e ^5 ^4wJI (9 0 - eI t -,4ricc #r 9 NO. 20 AB3ILJE, TEXAS SATURDAY, DECEM3BER 30, 1967 PRICE 10 FIRST COMMIUNITY BUL LETIN Miss Deedra Neal of 618 Sunrise, is the winner of the Community Bulletin Mail Subscription Contest. She won the contest with 52 new subscribers. A shiny, new bicycle is now a member of the Neal family. Miss Neal is an honor student at Woodson Jr.-Sr. High SchoolS she is in the eighth grade. She is a member of the Woodson L - Dand, where she also serves as band secretary. ._. Deedra is a mimbor of the 10th Street Church of Christ. CONG:.TUULTIONS! THIS IS THE YEAR TO VOTE January is the only month whereas a person may register to vote in an and a11 1968 elections. Elections coming up include city council, school board, state legislator positions, House of Rep.'s seat, governor of Texas, President and Vice-Pres.of the United States. There are also others. You can help decide who will fill these positions by registering and vo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Community Bulletin — 30 December 1967

The Community Bulletin Saturday, December 30, 1967 MT. MORIAH NEWS Last Sunday Morning, the attendance at'Mt . Moriah was very good. The Morning Service was very inspiring. The pastor's message was taken from Isaiah 53:1-5. The subject was, "The Forsaken Christ," Visitors at iMt Mloriah were: Mrs. Pearly Mae Robertson of San Antonia, Te-' xas; Mrs. Joe Ann of Dallas, Texas; and, Mr. Smith of Pecos, Texas. Mr. and Mrs, Kennon of Abilene, Texas left Saturday night and motored to Gonzales to spend Christmas with their relatives. Mrs. Eula Hicks' parents and a sister and brother spent Christmas Day with her and her husband. *. * . * i . ei, , . e The Pastor, Rev. ReD. Burks is asking all the members of Mt. Moriah to be present Monday Night for the close-out Business Meeting of the year. As we come to the close of another year, 1967, we are looking deeply into a new year for greater works and bigger things. MRS. LILLIE KENNON, REPORTER DEDICATED TIEACIIE'S CONT... From P. 1 Tech, Mrs. St...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Community Bulletin — 30 December 1967

Gre4f IA WiEit *i LJiJTWI c JA7% TI7%t The Community Bulletin Saturday, December 30, 1967 P. 3 c~nte/G BLuKJtts Fe mlUBIETUWElC a ,Rpc L "COMPOSER" At home, on May 18. Although we VISITORS IN ABILENE have not spoken, I do not hesitate for all that, to speak of the bear- Marine, Dennis Goodlow, was in Abilcnc or, Mr. Bridgetowor, as a master of for the Christmas Holidays. MIr. Goodlow his instrument, a very skillful vir- believes that in a few weeks he is bound tuoso worthy of recommendation. Be- for Viet Nan. sides concertos, he plays in quar- Marino, Wlter Cumings, visited his ters in a most praiseworthy manner family for the holidays and I wish very much that you would dam Oliphant, son of Reav T, Oliphant make him known better. He has al1- visited his family and friends for the ready made the acquaintance of Lob- holidays. Mr Adam Oliphant is presently kowitz, Fries and many other dis- working with PRIDE, a local Washington, tinguished admirers. I believe that D. C. organization ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Community Bulletin — 30 December 1967

JOBS L KI N G FOR PEOPLE The Texas Employment Commission at 826 Hickory, has jobs in the following occupations for which additional workers are needed: Hospital Orderly Civil Engineer Electrical Engineer Live-in Housekeeper Machine Maintenance Man $$$$$$$$$$$$ FINANCE COMPANY ,z . m - ,-- B & F FINANCE CO. formerly Standard Finance Company 181 PINE ST, OR2-7833 ABILENE, TEX. 79601 $$$$$$$$$$$$ $$$_$$_ $$$$$ PILLOWS FOR SALE! A "NEEWIl style of pillows to make your home lovelier than ever before. Buy one and learn to make them--- FREE! SEE MRS. PEARL BATES McDONALD-542 NO. TREADAWAY cccccc. cc.cccrcCCc cccc DON'T SHORTCHiNGE YOUR CHUIECH, CLUB, OR COlMUNITY i8. 4 The Community Bulletin Saturday, December 30, 1967 BC CBCBCBCB C B C "B.C. BELL CURTIS" MND, Bell Curtis has on a "Fantastic" Sale of tStudio Girl Products, Prices are 1/3 to 1/2% off. Bell also has a big sale on WIGS AND WIGLETS: 100% Human Hair! NOW, that's "BELL CURTIS", 817 Plum, OR4-5980. 1C B C CB C B 3CBC BC S T A...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Community Bulletin — 30 December 1967

6 -Y4&- , & The Community Bulletin Saturday, December 30, 1967 THE COMMLUITY BULLETIN WOULD LIKE TO PUBLICLY THANK OUR "AD CUSTOMERS" T. L, AADA1S-D-EWNGINERS BELL CURTIS BE;UTY SHOP PRODUCTS AND DISTRIBUTOR LEROY MOORE - ORGAIST PEElRLtS BEiUTY SHOP B & F FINANCE COllPi^NY ZORETTA HOUSTONtS UNION CIRCULTION COMPANY BERNICE S BEIUTY BEAUTY SHOP A AANTA,, GEORGIA. SHOP _ - . . ::_ -..~: - ...:._. . ... J THANKS TO OUR SALES PEOPLE: Georf orCalloway-TOP SALESISWAN OF 1967 Red Iobin Food Store Chicken Hut Restaurant Super Duper on Pine St. Food Town on Pine Bell Curtis Beauty Shop Dennis McCowan Willie Lang Dennis Crisp Jessica Butler Harold Crisp Tiranie Williams Theodore Chambers Walter Green Jamcs Wlhite Mrs. Susic Johnson TO OUR CUSTOMERS -- THANKS FOR MAKING ANOTHER VOICE HEARD IN ABILENE NE W Y E A R P. 5 H A2 P P Y

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