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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Community Bulletin — 14 October 1967

T H E OM MUN eAo-Lkdzr I TY BUJLLETIN C6viC&, 1a I~ r ) 4c - PC-- &CefA ro/ NO. 9 ABILENE, TEXAS SATURDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1967 PRICE 10O 'i CITIZENS ACHIEVEMENTS TURNERHILL S HOUSE OF BAR-B-QUE MR. WILTON TURERHIL has owned and operated the "Turnerhill' s House of Bar B-Que for three (3) years. Prior to this, Mr. Turnerhill did 'Club Work'; and, he has been 'Manager of the Cafeteriat in Citizens National Bank for the past eight (8) years, Mr. Turnerhill, who is a native of Paris, Texas has made Abilene his home for several years now. He resides with his wife,Connie Mae, at 765 Nelson. The Turnerhills have two children-one, lives in Abilene. WJhen asked what advice would he give to someone just beginning in his line of work, Mr.Turnerhill replied, 'WORK as hard asyou can; DON'T get disgusted; DONNT give up; STAY WITH IT!" Mr. Turnerhill' s futux plans include: expanding his own business, and work ing there full-time. THREE CITATIONS RECEIVED _ iR. FORREST WA1RD, a long ! RETIRED...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Community Bulletin — 14 October 1967

P. 2 The Conmmnity Bulletin Saturday, October 14, 1967 re-a1 JO R N JOHN NERCER IA&NSTON was the FIRST NEGRO elected to public office inthe United States. The road from the plantation of his master and father, to the U.S. House of Representatives was long and ardous,yet it was filled with significant achieve ment JOHN MERCER IANGSTON was at various times a member of the city c o u n c i 1 of Brownhe l, Ohio, member of the Oberlin, Ohio Board of Ed.; school inspector general of the Freedmen's Bureau; Dean of the Law School at Howard Univ.;Pre ident of Virginia Norual & Collegiate Institute. Hlwas elected totheU.$. Congress as a Rep. from Virginia in 1889 and serveduntil 1891. After his congressional career came to an end,John Mercer Langston became a very popular lecturer. He maintained his interest in political and economic affairs until his death in 1_97, DO YOU NEEfD PROGRASS FOR YOUR CHURCH OR ORGANIZATION?? Wel1 what are waiting for? CONTACT CAVER S TYPING AND DUPLICATIN...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Community Bulletin — 14 October 1967

P, 3 The Community Bulletin Saturday, October 14, 1967 HELP t cont.,Uncle Sam,, The "S u r p r i s e Party really came as a "Surpri 3 to Ward. Among the gifts t received by him were:Write : watch, Binoculars, House Shoes, and many others. He also received a telegram from Congressman Omar Burleson 1 Mr. Forrest Ward resides at 633 N. 8th withhis wife, Mrs. Allie Ward, who is the Supervisor of the new day- : care center-Christ House. OUR HATS OFF TO YOU MR, WARD. CONGRtTULATIONS FOR A JOB WELL DONE! WOODSON IS 'SWEETHEARTS" OF 1967-68 Miss Joy Frances McGee, was elected "Miss Woodson" this week by the studentbody. First runner-up was Miss Frances Green; Second runner-up, M i s s Brenda Renfro, "Band Sweetheart" for this year is Miss Carolyn Pennye, Runner-ups are: Miss Deedra Neal and Miss Rose Webber. "Football Sweetheart" for the Rams of 1967 is Miss Harlene Wigfall. The runner up was Miss Gloria McIntyre. Watch for these girls during Homecoming Week. cl#iqe h o"sWthe BBulletin will...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Community Bulletin — 14 October 1967

P. 4 JOBS LOO KI NG FOR PEOPLE The Texas Employment' Commission at 826 Hickory, has jobs in the following occupations for which additional workers are needed. Plant Electrical Engineer Janitor General Duty Nurse Experienced Grocery Stockman Dishwasher Letter-Press Pressman Dough Mixer Farm Tractor Drivers Workers qualified inany of these jobs should apply in person to the Texas Employment Comrission at 826 Hickory Street. NEED TYPING DONE? Dontact CAVERtS TYPING AND DUPLICATING SERVICE. We'll take care of all your worries. ITtS OUR BUSINESS TO DO BUSINESS WITH YOU! NOW, TLHTtS CAVERtS TYPING AND DUPLICATING SERVICE. CLL OR7970. Mrs. Bessie L. Cunby who lives at 626 N, 16th, need a girl to help her out. For more information, contact Mrs. Cumby at OR4-7972. The Community Bulletin Saturday, October 14, 1967 MRS. PEiRL BALTES McDONiLD HAS 'TJO HOUSES FOE RENT: One is partly-furnished; one is a share-apartment. Thats 542 N. Treada2way PILLOWS FOR SALE ! A "new" style of pillows' to make ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Community Bulletin — 14 October 1967

The Community Bulletin Saturday, October 14, 1967 EDITORIA L POOR HAS VICTORY A T COCA COLA AUDITORIUM For the first time in recollection and perhaps history, the minoritygroups of Abilene united andscore ed a victory over the old "Tradition." By uniting, the poverty areas won seats on the OEO Board for 17 of their rep. resentatives. This is a big step in having a BIG voice in the way the poverty program will be run in Abilene. Congratulations, Abilenians, for working "together" for the benefit of a just cause and for the rights of all. Attend your community meetings. Join in the NEJ Abilene Motto: UNITY! Carver Center Neighbor. hood meeting is scheduled for Wednesday, October 18, 1967, at 7:30 p.m, in the Carver Recreation Center. COME OUT! TTHEE TO GET YOUR BUIETIN, You may buy your Bulletin at Super Duper on Pine, The Chicken Hut-1357 Treadaway, Red Robin Food Store on E. N. 1Oth and Mrs. Bell Curtis Beauty Shop Also, you may now buy a Community Bulletin from Food Town Market. CL...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Community Bulletin — 21 October 1967

THE CO MMUNITY BULLETIN or<> 6J< o tz NO. 10 ABILENE, TEXAS SATURDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1967 PRICE 10O .. .. u , -, ^ -_- P ,a ge .P " .. _-". J.H77VJF" MR, * RAiYOND MONROE began work at "WyattA Cafeteria" as a sumner Jobt He was attending Bishop College at the time, And, he began to work for Wyatt's during his su!mmervacation SARGENT SHRIVER WINS APPIAUSE "L 0 0 K!" "THERE tS A HUMAN BEING" Mr, Sargent Shriver, head of the United States Poverty Program, visited Abilene this week. In his speech at Hardin-Sirrmons University, Mr. Shriver stated that the senate has found that the poverty is a program that should be continued. The evidence of their feelings was a vote of almost 3 to 1 in favor of retaining the present programs and expanding others, When asked what was the biggest problem facing the OEO, Mr, Shriver replied that getting over to people what the OEO is to do, is the big problem. He stat_ ed that contrary to thebelief of many persons, the OEO is not a "Robin Hood Progr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Community Bulletin — 21 October 1967

P. 2 The Community Bulletin Saturday, October 21, 1967 UIS IT R "PUBLISHER WITHOUT A. PEER"b JOHN H. JOHNSONtS publications--Ebony, Jet, Negro Digest, and Tann--possess a combined circulation of nearly two million copies. His organization, the JOHNSON PUBLISHING COIPANY, is over twentyyears old. Johnson, its founde; president, publisher and editor, is known throughout America. In 1942, Johnson borrowed five hundred dollars with his mother s furniture as collateral and started 'Nero Digest" By the end of 1943, Negro Digest had a monthly circulation of fifty thousand copies. With a circulation of eight hundred thousandcopies, "Ebony" is the backbone of the Johnson Publishing Company. And, Jet is themost successfulsmall magazine in the nation. JOIH H. JOHNSON has been the most successful Negro journalist since Samunel Cornish and John B. Russwurm started "Freedom s Journal," the first Negro newspaper, in 1827. CONGRATULATIONS to TERRY CHILDERS for being selected "BOY OF THE MONTHt",fro...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Community Bulletin — 21 October 1967

P, 3, The Community Bulletin Saturday, October 21, 1967 cont., from P. 1 SHRIVER saying, "There's a white man, there s a black man, there's a rich man, there is a poor man," we can say "Look, THERP S A HUMAN BEING!", our war on poverty will be well on its way to being a war of the past. It is this writer's humble opinion that we certainly have in this day and age great men still on the face of the earth. One is the Mr.SargcntShriver4 MEASLES DO MORE THIN MEASLES is a serious childhood disease. Complications of measles Lay be: middle ear infections, peumconia, and even brain damage Make sure YOUR child receives a MEISLES SHOT. Serious measles can be prevented. DONtT put it off any longer. J 0 B T I P S To assure yourself of ajob next surmcr, apply at the business where you wish to work NOW! If you wait until after Christmas, most summer jobs will be filled l////////1////////////1// GOT A N AD? c If you have an ad that you Mi would like to appear inthe w COMI]MUNITY BULLETIN, Call: h ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Community Bulletin — 21 October 1967

P. 4 JOBS L 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: Civil Draftsmtan Key Punch Operator Graduate Civil Engineer Arts and Craft Instructor Experienced Camera Salesperson Janitor Dishwasher Candy Maker, Trainee Sheet Metal Worker Experienced Farm Tractcr and Combine Operator Farm Equipment Assemblers Workers qualified inany of these jobs should apply in person to the Texas Employment Commission at 826 Hickory Street. A TTENTIO N PLE A S E t ALL parents or guardians of the Abilene High Eagle Team, are asked to please meet with the "BoosterClub' every Tuesday night at 7:30 in the Coca-Cola Building. DON'T let ur son be un-represented, Parents, let us see you at the next meeting to encourage your sons and to be counted! The Community Bulletin LEARN TO PIAY THE ORGAN! ! Learn to play the Organ for your Church, for an audience, of just for FUN! Mr. Leroy Moore has begun private instruc...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Community Bulletin — 21 October 1967

P* 5 The Cormmnity Bulletin Saturday, October 21, 1967 EDI TO I, LOOK! "THERE'S A HULiN BEING" Mr. Shriver has expressed in a nutshell what our racial problems and poverty programs are all about. His answer may be so simple that most people wontt understand it. My interpretation of his statement, "Look, there is a human being," is as follows: Poor people and people of different races simply want for the vast majoritics to realize that they too, are human beings and deserve the sarme rights, benefits and privileges of other human beings, Everyone wants to be hired on a job because of proven qualifications, everyone wants the freedor to receive the same services for the same amount of money, everyone wants the sane chances to succeed or fail according to his own iniative and abilJity, and most of all, everyone wants the RESPECT that is due to ALL HMN BEINGS . A L DUTIES OF CEHURCHES AND CLUBS EDITORIALD WANTED N 0 W ! ' ! No one knows everything; but, everyone knows something. This is...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Community Bulletin — 28 October 1967

THE COM MUNITY BULLETIN ; vqtwo Her ?JZfc)> e my /l.^ ..._ _ _ E k la --- ---- -I-- __---- - `=;. .- :- I _____ ---~rrr~UIIU 1 NO. 11 ABILENE, TEXAS SATURDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1967 PRCE 1OF - - ) - I i X - ..-- i ,P 0 i_ iCEDONIA AND NEW' ZIGHT ATTEND ,.J- (X-_ -- , /~V [D I STATE CONVENTION MRS. ARTIE REE BROWNwas Donors may deposit their injured in a car accident gift to CNB. Ivr, Leroy Macedonia Baptist and several weeks ago. She iLangston, one of the Vice- New Light Baptist Church has been unconscious since Presidents of the bank, is attended the State Conthat time. Ain charge of this fund. !vention held in Dallas, The "Artie Ree Brown If unable to get to the Texas at The People's Fund" is sponsored by the 'Bank, donors may contact Baptist Church-Rev. S.l,. Negro Ministerial Alliance iRev. Alton Hurd, Rev, T.G. Wright, Pastor, and the Sidewinders' Club. 'Oliphant, or ir.Tobe Chris- i According to reports, The Fund was set up solely tian. this was one of the best to aid the family ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Community Bulletin — 28 October 1967

The Community Bulletin Saturday, October 28, 1967 MOUNT MORIAH BAPTIST CHURCH NEWS ST, PAUL I. Me E. CHURCH I EDESDAY Troop 64 i c4o+ M6r,04no a A!00 n.rl. The pastor ofMt.Moriah,, The members of St. Patul i . Rev. R. D, Burks, is recovt Methodist Church are very THURSDAY ring nicely from his sur- happy to have their pastor }Mission-Stewardess gery. The members prayed living in town for an in- Meeting 7:30 p.. that he would be with them definiteo period of tire, again; and, the Lord heard Anyone wanting to contact FRIDAY their prayers, i Rev. M.G. Bradloy, see him Choir Practice 7:30 p.m. Rev. Burks will have to I at 1710 Pasadena Drive. go back to the hospital on Since St. Paul is a con-. SATURDAY the 19th of November for a j ity Churchthre ardif- Story H fo check~-.up. r~ y Church~there are dif- Story Hour for check-up,. forent activities going on Children 11:00-12:00 Noo At 3:00 P.II., Sunday, jall week-beside the regu-- October 22, 1967,Mt.Mioriah lar church services. Mrs. Nelso...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Community Bulletin — 28 October 1967

THE PEOPlE IS POET Shortly after his first collection of poems, ?Oak and Ivy' had been published, PAUL LAMURINCE DUNBAR was invited to address the West End Club of Toledo,Ohio. DUNBAR walked into the club's meeting room just as one Dr. Chapman finished reading a paper denouncing the Negro and doubting his basic intelligence. When the gooddoctor had finished, Dunbar was called upon to recite, I He said, "I shall give you one poem which I had not intended reciting when I first came in." In measured and stately 1 tones, the 21 year old poet, gave his "Ode toEthopia," i putting extra stress cn the lines..... "Be proud ry Race, in mind and soul; Thy name is writ on Gloryts scroll In Characters of fire, High trLid the clouds of Famr s bright sky Thy banners blazoned folds now fly, And truth shall lift them higher, It was for his pooms, in dialoctthat PaulLaurence Dunbar became famous, although he longed to be re-! cognized for his work in, conventional English, Dunbar s poetic genius was ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Community Bulletin — 28 October 1967

The Conmunity Bulletin Saturday, October 28, 1967 JOBS LOOKING FOR PEOPLE The Texas Employnent Commission at 826 Hickory, has jobs in the following occupations for which additional workers are needed: Experienced Medical Assistant--Male (parttimn on call) Experienced Heavy Equipnont Parts Man Waitresses Dishwashers Bakerst Helper Workers qualified in any of these jobs should apply in person to the Texas Employment Cormission at 826 Hickory Street. . 1RS. PEARL BAtTES MCDONALD HLS TtJO HOUSES FOR RENT: One is partly-furnished, Thats 542 N. Troadaway, PILLOWS FOR SILE! A "now" style of pillows to rmkko your hone lovelier. Priced front $1.25 up. Buy one, and learn to mrke the 1-E-FE! SE:E ,MS. PELL B. MCDON';LD GOT A " H'IR PROBLEM?" Stop in Pearl's Beauty Shop for treatment. Have it styled the way you like it. CJLL: OR2-9846. OWNER and OPERATOR-Mrs. Pearl Bates MNDcnald. CCCCC -C(T(.C C ( CCCC.CC(T C'CCf; C( C .C (.c Cc CCc C.: EUGENIL PICKhRD LIBRAiE LIBI'RARY by Mrs. Hattic I. Cole ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Community Bulletin — 28 October 1967

EDI TORIAL P. 5 The Conmmunity Bulletin Saturday, October 28,1967 NO RiCE IS ALL GOOD-NOR ALL BAD by JEANNE \ One historian of the American Revolution says that only a third of the American people wanted independence and that out of this third, many were for freedom only because they themselves had beenoppe essed. Jefferson and others wore for freedom because they were against oppression anytime by anybody. This division applies to any large question of justice. Many on the side of right are there because it was to then the wrong was done. This is necessary. Personal experience of injustice forges a driving will to see it corrected. The danger lies in becoming guilty of the wrong being fought, in judging people as a group rather than soeing each personforhimself. If we have boon hurtbecause of color or religion, let us look at individuals, not color or religion, and treat them the way we want to be treated. If we expect people to act fair and decent, it hurts them in their own eyes ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Community Bulletin — 4 November 1967

THE COMMUN okk r T Y BULLET I N J/ I16/? A;-L-3~-V.--- NO. _i L = BLNTLtS ATP{[~YNOitii3R 4 1 RIE 10- -- NO. 12 ABILENE, TEXAS SJTUIRDAJY, NOVEIiBER 4, 1967 PRICE 100 - - "- - i ~m- - .1 ,- . '. . . - - - , , - I -L Ht+ It idVERIC;AN EDUCATION WEEK November 6-10 Visit your school during this coming week. This week is especially designed to let the public become better acquainted with the city schools, Watch the newspapers for Open House dates and times. Open House at Woodson High School will be Wedncsday, Nov. 8, 1967 at 7:00 pm. P.S. A good time to meet your child s teachers and to see the work your child is doing, . CAIVER MILKES MISTAKE During an OEO meeting two weeks ago, Howard Caver rmde a stater-nt that the YMCi did not hire persons from. the minority groups to work in the svwir.ing program that was sponsored by the OEO this surner. Mr, Bill Mooet, YMCAI Director, presented lr. Caver with proof that persons of the r.inority group wore hired. One person was hired full tine and...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Community Bulletin — 4 November 1967

P, 2 The Comnunity Bulletin Saturday, November 4, 1967 MOUNT MORTIAH BAPTIST CHURCH NEWS TheMt, Moriah Missionts Annual Day was a success spiritually andfinancially, The Program was inspiring. Mrs. Collins spoke on "A. Changing World." The members of Mt.Moriah wish to thank their friends for their cooperation i n tlis effort, Last Sunday Morning, Rev, Clemmie WTilliars.'message was taken from Revelation 22:1-5. Subject: "I Fell Down As An Angel To Worship God." irs. Lillie Kennon ,.. Reporting _ CARVER RECREATION CENTER "Schedule of Activities" TUESDAYS BRIDGE CL;SS-7:30-8:30p.m. IWEDNESDAYS SENIOR CITIZENS MEETING 10:00 A.M. FRIDAYS CH-ILDPENt S SELF-DEFENSE CLASS-6:30-7:30 p.m. ADULTS SELF-DEFENSE CLASS-7:30-8:30 p.m. ,rs. Genevieve Daniels DIRECTOR, CRVER: CENTER BETHEL A M E CHURCH tWEKLY CHURCH CALENDdAR SUNDAY Sun, School Morn. Serv. A.C ,E League Eve, Serv. MONDAY Official Board TUESDAYS Cateclism Class W/DNEiSDAY Teachers Meet. Choir Rehear, THURSDAY Prayer Service REV. G. A...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Community Bulletin — 4 November 1967

P. 3 The Comr:unity Bulletin Saturday, November 4, 1967 WALTER FPRAuNCIS WHITE (1896-1955) "I GUIDE TO THE PROtiISED LANDI" 6AAi LEAGUE CITY CHAIPIONS 1967 FOOTBALL ROSTER Completely out of breath, the blue-eyed, pinkskinned Negro with reddish hair flopped down in his seat. The conductor was passing through the train collecting tickets from passengers coming aboard at the little depot in Arkansas. As he neared the slender blue-eyed rman still gasping for breath, he said "Mister, you're leaving town just as the fun is about to start. They're after a yallar nigger down here passing as white." The "Yaller nigger" referred to was WALTER FRANCIS WHITE, special investigator of lynchings for the NiAACP, THIS IWAS Walter IWhite, destined to become the leader of the Negrots oldest and largest civil rights organization. THIS WAS Wvalter W1hite, beginning a long fight against lynching, discrriLination and segregation, For almost a generation, the voice of the NAUCP was his voice. Under Whitets...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Community Bulletin — 4 November 1967

'?A e- r / The Comnunity Bulletin Saturday, November 4, 1967 JOBS L $ 0 K IN G FOR PEOPLE The Texas Employment Commission at 826 Hickory, has jobs in the following occupations for which additional workers are needed: Pipeline Workers Pants Presser Experienced Medical Assistant-Male, (Part timejob/On call. Draftsman, Part-time Experienced Heavy Equipmont 'arts Man Waitress Dishwasher Baker Helper Workers qualified inany of these jobs should apply in person to the Texas Employment Commission at 826 Hickory -Street. BROADWAY INN C A F E Mrs, Bernice Rose,Owner BERNICE says, 'WE OPEN AT 6:00 A.M. And, VJERE REAUl TO SERVE YOU GOOD,HOT COFFEE AND DOUGHNUTS, YOU AlY ALSO EAT A FULL BREAKFAST! --- LUNiCHES-.85 to $1.25 ALL YOU CAN EAT FOR $1.25. That address is: 40001 GRAPE >,~X.-..3,-.-,. ,, _V 3, , GET YOUR BULETIN B Y A I L ! ! C AL: R 7-9670. MRS, PEARL BATES MCDONALD HAS TWO HOUSES FOR RENT: One is partly-furnished. i That s 542 NN Treadaway. GOT A "HAIR" PROBLEM? Stop in Pearlts B...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Community Bulletin — 4 November 1967

P. 5 The Comnmnity Bulletin Saturday, November 4, 1967 TOR I A L PA AL E KD*~ m November 1, 1967 Abilene, Texas Community Bulletin Abilene, Texas On the Tuesday evening editorial, October 31,1967, of the Abilene Reporter News, it would seem as the editor is trying to reprimand the Mexican-American population of Texas for the booing of King John Connally at the meeting in El Paso, It is obvious how conservative we can be, Mr. Editor has from context of the AP report: "As Connally was introduced, the governor was lustily booed, Johnson appeared to be startled by the response and Connally was chagined and grim, " How sad it is that KING Connally is grim, we only hope he does run for office again so that the booing masses of iexican-Americans can have the privilege of removing him from office like his friend, Carr. We will remember him in 1968. He ignored us in " The March", we will ignore him in 1968. Mrr Editor, also failed to mention in that same AiP report that militant groups at El...

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