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FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION 



AMERICAN FRIENDS 
SERVICE COMMITTEE 



PART 18 OF 25 



FILE NUMBER : 100-11392 






SUBJECT; AMERICAN FRIENDS SERVICE COMMITTEE 
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RE: DEMONSTRATION BY' IKTEnFAlTH 

PEACE MT.3310N, FORT ilOLASIRD, 
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The Ualtiraore Interfaith Per.ce ilission -.fill bear v;itness in opposi- 
tion to our ccur,tr; r s role in the uniecl-::red Vietnam 'Tcr, and to the 
grov/inj influence of the military cotr.blishnent in cur natior.rl life, 
end to the .threats to world peaco erected by U.S. unilateral inter- 
ventions, 0^ r-iainbainir.;; a vi^il cit 7crt IIola.hird, ha. on Scturdriy, 
August 5, 19o7 at 2:30 P.ri. 

Fort ITolr.bird sy.iholiz^o a hror.d j;;och'u.u oT ^lilitc.ry :.ctivhhl33 
that hr.ve co.ie to dominate uiuch of .Vie ri can life. As an induction 
center, an intelligence training school, and an Army Publications 
Headru^rters it represents the military '-iachine'3 e;r:a-;:'ir.j rrowth, 
by vhich 5^ of all federal property is under ..iilitary control, 

Lany of the 12,000 .-Jer leans billed in Vi^tnaj.i have entered these 
gates to feed the veracious appetite of the military machine . 
Through its ivji-oiocd gro:;th, z\\* i-.iiiitary organization has cor- 
respondingly co„:e to dc/i.ijte the ch^^i^^on ;.id;i::g ^rc:c-5cs in our 
denocr^ti: republic. Ihe :uLlita^y I.re too leng been i^:l:,ted fr::.: 
ard i'^'U^e to :iti' v "^ f ^c^u.-ir*" e*"'. --ri tie !.-:■"• Ve "".ei"t^.in t'^p.t no 
part of our government io iu::un-3 to constrictive challc; j:- * T-e is- 
sues in question are at their roots -vioral ±zs\^€3* '*s conoerr.ed, re- 
spor.3U^8 | a n h "~ ~- .\ e u g n " i- u -l ci-ir j/..' i, . i a 3 group as c a — e a ~ -^ o*.u^*':r 

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gifnoalc* political ^and, social a^roaches. ;.The3e of course ^uct 
^first isoue forth 'f roh the v country itself . : j U.S. policy : rev or see-^^^^^^ 
s ^the order by, injecting t vans fusions of military tianpower *and ecuip- 
^>74^"fieaV "which prevents indigenous forces froa creating their. own kind ^ Vv / 
- ~^?£ot "national life. — '■ ^^r-^-^.-: .-; **y ?_^ . /h , ^r*; ! ' ^^-:x "- 

f ~Ve have ceen in the Hew Tori: Times hovr the sale of ar^ end ecuip- 

"/tjaent around the world has proved to be counter-productive in view 
-of developments in the iliddle East. ?he nilitary now ^resjo^ for 
costly anti-ballistic ;a^ole cysteris to protect our country fro& 
nuclear attach. ~fe, alon^ vrith i/.any scientists and otacas:.::-;^ do 
• not believe that tharo is any hu.T..i defence ajainsfc --ucls-ir warfr.re 
except the* development of a huv.iane nation/.! policy, 

"%ar 3 , therefore, here tihay to c:c:i'V^:v:.i:: dir.lojU3 that se-hs 
to review the do^nation of Ar-ericar. life by v;hc.t Ge-2r^l Jisonhcv:er 
called the Military Ir.dv.strial Ccr.ni-^j a:v:* to e::a.iine the decree 
of personal responsibility each cf us has towards his folio:; i.;an. 
T .fe call for an i;.i;.:cdiate halt to the bCL-hi;^G of I;oruh Viotnaj and 
a reciprocal scali ; ;j down of all iijhti.-j t 

We speoJh in the spirit of ehe declaration cf Independence and The 
Constitution. 



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I3*yOBMATICN CONCERNING 
(XOTK&XAIi SECURITY) 



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V' ; •- : . The Bureau does not desire thtft you operate 
informants within the local chapter of captioned group 

inasmuch as there is co indication oi ccaaunist infiltration 
of it. However, when conferences of national interest such ^ 
as was held at Seabcci, TTasbington, 6/25 - 7/1/67 are [ ' 

sponsored by it, you should arrar*^ coverage through Panel \ 
Sources or other established contacts of your office, ^L~ 
Obviously, evea this type of coverage raust be handled in a '-y 
discreet manner so as to preclude embarrassment to the 
Bureau. 



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UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 
FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION 

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On July 21, 1967, PH T-l, Who has furnished reliable 
Information In the past, advised that the "Hell No, We Won't 
Go Committee" opened an office in a store front at 1515 South 

the evening^ of July ,20, 196] 




This group is offering legal opinions and counselling 
to the "black man" and stating that they should not be fighting 
a white man's war* 

Reportedly the group is being helped in the counselling 
by the American Friends Service Committee (AFSC) and by faculty 
members of the University of Pennsylvania and Temple University . 




j -n^ nw^ ; 1/ ^ Committee at 15-1-5 South 
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This document contains neither recommendations nor 
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loaned to your agency; it and its contents are not to be 
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AMERICAN FRIENDS SERVICE COMMITTEE 

INFORMATION CONCERNING 

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RE; AMERICAN FRIENDS SERVICE COMMITTEE 
INFORMATION CONCERNING 



From June 25 through July 1, 1967, the First 
Annual Seabeck World Affairs Conference was held at 
Seabeck, Washington, located approximately 40 miles 
from Seattle on the Hood's Canal x under the sponsorship 
of the Pacific Northwest Region/ American Friends Service 
Committee. The theme of the conference was "The 
Challenge of Violence - War, Revolution, Racism and the 
Future of Man*\ 

A leaflet setting forth details r*-^~ding the 
faculty members and other items pertaining to the conference 
was made available by a confidential source on May 31, 1967. 
A reproduction of this leaflet is attached. 

The American Friends Service 
Committee (AFSC) is xhe social 
out-reach arm of the religious 
group known as the Society of 
Friends (Quakers) , 



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rtnOvid ftnm fWlfn of pnpnUlir*! «ti f ir p^nptO 
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he found*™' np^ialion*. The rmiMmpi and cm 
W *t* on * pnlfe Mop* liking ju*i *rni« 
lood Canal «""> il" br*mifiil t "■«*'<* Oljmpic 
nounuin* T«ll firt and cedar* form * baraa.M-.ivd 
,nd lurniih added retirai in ih* mowy nark op- 
lorluniiie* for wonMp in lh* pint* of lu^cd 1"^ 
iW high loo It ow< poinU. 

Th« «|u«ini Old building* Willi ibrfr t*l\j Nm* 
&igl»nd cUrm hav* caplwred M«*Hnin ( In* Ihr 

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dtiing lit ptfMnt, vi tiiranl** lounat *lih ho** ft"* 
plitt iad ilwpini room oo ih* app*r ■«*»■ 
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It.nmt A l«al ni *W jwrwnt cat ht hou**d 
!h* mi* the Dtwcit building ii Soabrra. tiai winrrfir^d 
ftolitki rot croup* up io W)- I" »nulii purpo** 'f^*> 

# wrrn ti a dining room la •hmr and m a jttt-rovnA 
mr*iing fOQML r 

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lOfti, iwo 10 *»ch roon*. Anroni** ** i mod* ro rwxtl ii 
tn i ihe paiitfo for fuwrt d*w|opn**m. 

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b* conducted in ikf M««th| IIoum or Io iti< C*ih*dri.l 
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realitiei of poiliitai 
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jpCMfy* modern technology and induUrUditnu A unique opportunity to dUcti^s ihete problem* in m relaxed a*d ap*n attnoiphere i 
wilt be, pnttfided by the Seabeek T^ld Affairs Conference. There, in an attractive setLug, « distinguished and experienced . 
fmemlty and p*rtiei(*iiTts m-ith wtd^i? different bmek^oundt and view* w& be at>te to freely disc*** the** Uiues nvcr mn extended > 
period of time. /« addilm to :A« daily pr<-ienltttioru fry 'acu-Uy and ike round- to hie dijcuj*ioni t ipetial interest groups mill 
mteet e*ch after neon, to disc um the "Vrw Left/* youiit^ Indijn affair^ QuakerUm. and nther to pic* t nnd t for hie,h tchoot stitdenltl 
mnd y monger prrsnns. Ul^msion. mnd rrcreatimt^i pr^nnni will be p'Ot<ide<L Rwatttmol facilities *t 5«&*ci art txcetfent* 
You mill make ir*,' resting -ifj? ;rie?td-i. hike, ju-i.t«. pf'tr :tnn.ij and i*o^f* 'muI. ,1aA. and fr/ai 'ind Jiik xu.\ i ^^lco-w j^ije >f 
freednm from :he pr^sswei if tje'ydz? life- Th* /u.'f. h'tau^nt nif'tm^l:^^ of Senbeck — acrou tht flood Canal jrt>n\ th* 
fugged Olympic \fouatw — provide an ideai MUiri£ oWjcik \or i^'lum', ^ til mc ship <wd rter?ati\>*. 



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PROPOSED DEMONSTRATION 3Y/PEACE-NI XS" REPRESENTING AMERICAN. 

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FRIENDS SERVICE COMMITT EE ANryi NS TITUTE FOR NON-y iOLENCE,_AT 

CARfTEL, CALIFORNIA, AT SANDUSKY, OHIO, JULY SEVENTEEN THROUGH 
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sasdusxy an: advise bureau of any pertinent developments. 

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RE? A QUAjgR ACTION GROUP 

Reference is made to Philadelphia connunication 
dated May 2k, 1967. 



following 
items of lit eras -ore received from' A Quaker Action Group, 
20 South 12th Street, Philadelphia, Pa.: 



—- 1. A" newsletter, nizn'oer 6, of A" Quaker Action Group 
dated Tur.e 1367, in which C.uaker Action Group 
plans a "week of witness" in Washington, D. C, 
August 6-13, 1967, A copy of this two-page 
item follows, 

2. Leaflet captioned^ "An Invitation to Witness 
for .-eace' Ai^ust o, Hiroshi/na Day Pilgrimage 

* to I'cr.tr-U. A ropy cf this Lz±i f:ll;<s, 

3. A leaflet captioned, "Resort of a C.vakar Wait 
in Washington (May 29 - ) . ;l A eery of this 
I're-i by ROSS FLANAGAN of tha ;,u:-:£r A:r,icn 

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^ : ,.*. rr - ^^ crew of the Phoenix came back with one primary, agonized message *' 
^ STOP^THE BCMBE-IO . This is our task, jfou are invited to gather with members of 
7 -the Phoenix c rev; for a wee 5c of concentrated personal and corporate witness. The 
focus will be the Pentagon, ,. but ;;e reed participants to spread the message 
throughout Washington* ^ * . - 

- Sunday, August 6 * Hiroshima ? ar 

3^00 P./i. Meeting for worship on the grounds of *:he Pentagon 

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- Daily vigil and appeal inside and outside the Pentagon building 

* . ^_ Other >:itr.es5 : le^f ie^ip.ij, collection ci" Cyclical aid lands for 
■ all 7ie*:r.an, visiting Co.^r^ss.r^n ~::d Senators (-.;rite in ai- 
v inc g i w r a::o:r.; .ne :: ',3/j i : t ie r v i *3 *. : 5 >/i ~. ;i i c- n „■ ag c ; i and. A dn i ni 5 - 
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your participation in Vj'asnin^tOD -r.d ;:ur ccntir.ced fir^ciii rcr.trio--tior.s7 
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: .^*V-V v "Is . the Phoenix going to' make another trip to Haiphong?" wa have' been asked, 
^^v"; After "two months of consultation with returned crew members "and thinking together 
'j'./^*.™ 6an say - with as much confidence as we had that it would get there the first • 
_^'^ w time ^ ^JES." The crew of the Phoenix brought back a- list of medical supplies 
.f^.-'ahd' equipment for which the DRV^Red Cross Society indicated a need, and we expect 
i T^ to sen<i these items. This time the crew will include a team of five or six 
'**"";/ people, with- one or two doctors and one or two nurses among them, who are prepared 

r \ .■* ** to Serve for a period of time in a North Vietnamese hospital- ■ ; . 

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; "/ * Our present plan is to send this team to Hong Kong in AugMSt to a>ralt par- 
>"'\ t" mission to go en to Haiphong. We have ever/ reason to believe that zhey will be 
allowed to deliver the Medical supplies; the duration of their stay will depend 
upon negotiations with ^lorth Vietnamese organisations. Cur hcr;e is ~hat it f.?_t 



beccne possible for nzrry such 
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' Action t Each participant will deliver funds for medical supplies (or the supplies 
r * themselves) to Canadian Quakers for civilian relief in all parte of Vietnam* — - 
-< *- Despite our government's protestations that civilian casualties are entirely un- 
intentional, and despite the Geneva convention of X9k9 which prohibits inter- 
/ ference with sending medical supplies to belligerents, the U.S. State Department 
*-• and Treasury Department would seen to have acquiesced in a policy of bleeding 
the "enery" to death and have declared the sending of medical aid through 
Canadian Quakers a violation of law. Threats to prosecute participants in the 
so-called "Quarter Underground* have not yet been carried out. 

We will maintain a policy of complete openness in announcing to the govern- 
ment and the press, well in advance, the 'tine, place, and purpose of cur acticn. 




o^rart: 

1. Collection of funds at -eetir.-s and en streets during -cr^h of July* Collect 

. ' ticn on struts in Kew fcrk City will be dene as a group especially the 
afternoon cf August U. (P.oss Flanagan > Richard Hath* -.jay *r.d ethers have 
found this zo h~ a very successful rr.ethcd of fund-raising in -ashing ten, D.C, 
Ross Flanagan has collected over -3120 from Treasury depart r.ent employees 
ar.d others, 

Z % August U 3 Friday evening, Meeting in !>av Ionic City fcr public and partici- 
pants. Purr?:?: Fund-raising, vising cf the Chilian u — aucas -,ing Cc-pary 
color filn of the voyage cf the ?hc?nix to Kaiphcng, Phoenix crew -^z'-riz) 
expected to ?rea!< in person* V.'crship, discussion of pier*? V* participants. 
rr^Ju c:r.*r.":-.\ca pre:euung rr^czng. 

3* ,V:~:,~o 5 * loove "_v 1'crh Ci:y ; : ;jC a«n., arrive at Canadian border on North- 

"ay ah~ut u*'.?* 'zc^r.cle ::r vo_:ilj fcl^cwe- '-y -rive ^nrz^gn ~u3oor:5 harrier 

Evening : Puhlic neeoing in ;Ir.;r^l, Folic-.-; — vcrohic and tpca-^r::, iur^o 

and pac^ar-: vili re trancf~rrc i :o Ca;^di.=_n rr\.r^r. 

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For her part, Margaret Schwartz restated the department r s "position that it 'does not 
jrhoose' to. unblock Quaker accounts or license further shipments of humanitarian relief ^ 
so long, as Friends insist on extending our relief equivalently ta aU civilian casualties 
with no opportunity for on-the-spot inspection of this relief, ' Again, she indicated that 
were Friends even to succeed in making arrangements for such inspection, Treasury might 
still refuse to license such relief 'juless it could bo sho^n to be clearly in the national 
interest, e.g.: facilitating contact with or the j-olnase of As^ci-Lcan military personnel 
held captive by Hanoi* 

After the interview with Margaret Schwartz, Friends gathered on the steps of the Treasury 
i or_ a report and . then filed slc-vly bach into the Treasury f s west looby, each with a folding 
chair, there to_be;in a silent and respectful w:i:, At cl^tin^ \i~e f Treasury officials 
read a~ brief sta temen t to FrioivJa, -A/arairir: that those who o-.mtiii::-?'! to wait would physicall; 

je escorted and expelled from the building. , Some did,, and they were. - 

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*.. COtiTiNUSD ACTION 

In th€? four-^-30>.s since Msr.-.orial. Day, I have undertaken to ^nirs^in \ v^aker presence withii 
fc he Treasury repartee;;*;. D; this wimess I have hopsd to re:;unh "II toncern-ad that so lon^ 
V2 our country is or,-:^o'I ;o a *var of :.*^rition r^j^iasL the V;e^-::.. .,ii people, none ol us 
^'lcaid feel free tc :~o abc,;t his 'business as usual. 1 

The place and form of this ^itn^ss provi-ie a unique opportunity for prophetic witness and 
7rier.^Iy persuasion. la'jh r.ornin^ at 3*00 a*n., xh.en the buii^-.r^ «vpens for business, 1 
■"II-: in -ith "-0 c;::i.i^ tvo ^i^riS, t-o CI J J rel^i colloouor, c^ ^^ , and a surrply of leni- 
>ts interpreting our rrr.c-j:*-:. Curing tv.c 'Jay I 1) ^roet er.ploy ^i, ar.swer inquiries, ?.nd 

\ i v i 1 3 ccn^ributic"^ . 2 ) v i 3 *. t "? 5 _ i rt e s t n - r r? s ^ *; t f j r \ ' *, -:*■.* - — . ^ ^ - *■.::,: Z.C?K ~ r. ..* " * i * ■"? 
. -;icle; o) cra^v Icuors r-.-ques ti n^ app- in treats nno/or inicrn'lon *rcn q:;1c:^Is in 
-.:-jr i^^r:;.dQ:s ( -4) in /oati;;^:^ n:id J-jv-lop further ar^rj-o^'s ..rd avenues ior Viet-N?.-i" 
■11 : ? . o . -.: the Ger.-va C ;r. T . -;: ; 1 : :i (c;-';: - ;. sy ci *,.-3 'lrc;ai::.-y -^ :' :ry>, 5) ".2: - \ \ h pr :-ss 
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'e *:'.ii5 one. Shortly oo;or° c;~^i^_T '— ^ ?aoh ^. h *" ;^ 7- -^ I ' - '• :^1Ij^:*--- t-:;. 

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One measure of how thoroughly I h3V9 becon-o accepted b v t-^3 Dcpmrt^ont is indicotod In 
their acceptance and hand-dolivery of mail addressed to: Koss Flanagan - Quaker Witness; 
Second Floor, V^est Lobby; L*3 Treasury; v/aE^ir.g^on, DC 2U2Z0* M-^nn^bile, the overall re- 
sponse to this waitf ;i -vitnes^ over th-3 p^st four w.»c;,s has beou nost encoun^ir.g. For > 
while the- Department ! s ^or.ior ofTicial? .ti-c yet more c;- loss ir.cc^nunicn ti vq and rerr.oie , 
several of their assistants and many of the office persoonel -.havo become friendly, inquir- 
ing, and t in scxe cas^± , op-i-nly suppvi'tiv^. It hns b:--:n r-«v :->■:: iv.-:oc?d to witness these 
people slowly and % ca jr iously shed their sterootypes, cverco: tl:^:r fears, and be^in to 
Cv'-unicate and iuea-.i'Iy *it>. " fiends T c^itcru, 

T I ^iess y"tx-hnc"* ye-j I'^.ve a lot of support ^rotv; sono of u- t;'?v^, but- 1 ■ n .ifriid ^e r re 
not free to bo of very .: uoh ::■? ' p. r . . , '^r-^p the ■! ni th ! T , , . ' ! >r.i! 1'ick to "ol:; ^ish I hid ^>.e 
rr-wrn^e to sit here -vi'ii you snd unk? iho nbu^e . * > . „ 'ICecp it '.;r! r 3uch responses help 
-e believe that Friends tire he j;L'.;n in.^ tn -;et :hrc^ r ;h to th?. t ol :-j in ^ovcjrnnr^Lit md 
liberate the humanity cf these i-prisoned by naticunl: ^-ti ar.d ovcr:'vsd by official ccnforri- 
ity. 

-..BUT VIuv IT SIC? THK V.';.r.?._ 

\l~cst certainly not. ?. : t; t L .^n 1 did not co^ic to- Vf F ush;ny;tcn J'ith ?±?>y s'jch illusions. I 
.^e wjc. -lie i . *j ■■") iCLiji^r iv* : '*'" - *- < -*o o r ^- f _- ,.- *. --r. *. , ",y ,. -i Jir.^z^.. sn Cinu I o ^r^ui 

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: n t r e p-ne n t in nations 1 ; : arl:v: .- n . ;f j\v t : - .. I ' . - ? ; ~ ^ ': his : :. ** :. -. d have h r- u s oth3 

"*.nerier:e with the v^*u=? of this kin'i ^f cr^y.ivj c ,..':* . , • ". : ■ ■; , I ?.'-.: !. ; '.':? . :■ j,ii?v? 

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-_Efcieods have asked — how long I plan to continue .this 'witness-"? I am afraid I just don't r 

know^ X should guess that this depends in large measure upo& the course of the ^ar in ; ■ 

Jfiet-Nam and how it affects me inside. .Certainly there are matters of concern sufficient 

. to warrant Prieads 1 continued wait, amongst thera; 1) an end to the killing and sufferings 
2) a Change in government policy curtailing relief to the suffering - *> tho approval of 
denied relief licenses, now estimated at 560,000, b) the unblocking of two AQAG bank ac- 
counts holding $1,400 - t 3) the removal of barriers, travel and otherwise, which presently 
forbid Friends to minister directly to civilian casualties caught in the actual war zones, 
4) a chance to present personally our concern to those officials with authority to 
change these policies, 5) an explanation of the reasons behind our s;overr.-ent f s abrogation 
of the Geneva Convention Txelnzive to the Treatment of Civilians in Ti^.e of Vi'ar, 6) the 
solicitation of relief contributions from Government personnel to replace funds frozen 
by the Treasury*. 

Stilly despite the challenge presented by these several obiectives* I have made no pledge ' 
to continue until..., resolving simply to carry on so lon^ as I can find the light and 
strength to 50 forward on a day-to-day, v;eek-to-week basis. In this I have teen buoyed 
by the unexpected arrival of several Friends, amongst them, Roland Fmston of Palo Alto - 
-eetinj, Eert Fooler and Grace ?aU;er or 3tcny Run Meeting, John Mnynard of New York 
Meeting, Bill Medlin of Central Philadelphia Meeting, Veronica Richard of London Meeting, 
nnd Carolyn Smith of V.'ishi'^tcn Meeting, 

FRI^S Ai\2 H^COITUGED. . . 

On behalf of A Quaker Action Group and -nysolf , I invite other Friends who share this con* 
-era to 'open the irates of Jtercy 1 to join me -hen they caa £or hewpv^r lor.? they c~n nnd 
~.z wait, leaflet, v.s*: officials, and solicit funds. It would help if you would get in 
^Duch with T.e before ;ou ccr.o - acdreas: v," i 1 i j. 3 -r Penn House; 515 -35 1 Capitol st, S3; 
>shin^ton> DC 20 r '03 ( \7 r ;Z \. T ."z\-. Z-zZZ'}) . Ct u .3r Fri?n^3 -rA 7r..-:. ;, :; ir -- 3 r .^ : , ,-^zr. 
-. :■ send letters 1) e-pr^^sin^ concern for nn en: to *hr sufforfr; in "ie:-"-,, 2) ap^al- 
^ : j for 3. c n a n ge in z° vo r n i.e n t policy bavrin- relief to civilian ■^.-■■.'.l^.nn, 1 ~ d 3 ) 3 *: 2 t i n •: 
i~. ny with those -ri.ir.^3 v; .no ccn'in..e co ^ait uncn the Treasury 3epar-T.er. c for such a 
;e in hesrt and policy^ Such support , -jartic-- l^r lv ihnt :f Friends ''-!-■: in .^5 cc:;.ev^d 



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There is enclosed a tape recording vhich <*as 
mailed to the Bureau anonymously. This tape appears to consist 
of interviews of individuals ^rho attendee! a conference 
sponsored by captioned group in Seattle. 

A review of Bufiles does not indicate that the Bureau 
has- received any information concerning such a conference. 
Advise whether such a conference -ya3 held and, if 10 M iurnish 
the Bureau pertinent details concerning it in a for* suitable 
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On 6-3-6-7, a tape recording from an unidentified 
source was received at the Bureau, , 

This recording was monitored and seems to be radio 
interviews conducted of individuals who were attending a conference 
sponsored byjj£^^car^jriends Service Committee in the Seattle area 
opposing the war fn Vietnam^" 



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One of the individuals interviewed, Ann Frederick (phonetic), 
identified herself as Executive Secretary cf the Vietnam Summer Committee 
in Seattle. She expressed opposition to the war in Vietnam and staUd :hat 
her group intended to petition vaers during the next election to vote for. a 
cease-fire ind withdrawal by ^he United States frcm Viz^ _; L m. ^ 

This group appears to be connected with ~'~e Vietnam- Summer 
Committee which was originated at Harvard University in Cambridge. v ». 
Massachusetts, lis objective is to involve 10 thcusmd s:uder/s in prompting 
anti-Vietnam war sentiment. 

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RE: DEMONSTRATIONS PROTESTING^ 

U, S. INTERVENTION IN VIETNAM; 
WEEKLY SILENT VIGIL TO PROTEST 
KILLING IN VIETNAM BEGINNING 
NOVEMBER 23, 1966, AND CONTINUING 

indefinitely at main public library 
seattle, washington 
- infor.mation concerning 



On June 21, 1957, a confidential source, "who has 
s~<± urnished reliable information in the past, reported the 
V^Arr.eriean Friends Service Co^ittee (AFSC) held another of 
its weekly silent vigils from 12:30 to 1:30 P,M, June 21, 
1557, on the steps of the Fourth Avenue entrance of the 
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June 16, 1967 



. VIETNAM SUMMER 



The June 1967 issue of "Four Lights" published by 
the United States Section, Women 1 s International League for 
Peace and Freedom (WILPF), contains an article captioned 
"'Vietnam Simmer 1 Is Plan to Reach Grass Roots, MARTIN LUTHER 
KING Heads Drive to Put 10,000 Workers into Field," which 
.states" In part as follows: ■ " 

"Vietnam Summer Is a call for 10,000 volunteers to spe-id . 

the summer In 500 communities organizing and educating 
against the war. The goal is to reach the millions of 
citizens In communities across the country who oppose 
* the war In Vietnam but whose voices have not been heard. 
Dr. MARTIN LUTHER KING'S call for Vietnam Surfer is 
supported by Dr. BENJAMIN SPOCK, ROBERT SCI-iSER, Dr. JOHN C< 
EENKE7T, Dr. ALBERT 3ZSNT-GY0RGI, Archbishop PAUL J. 
HALLINAN, Rabbi ABRAHAM HESCH3L and many others. The 
recommendation Is to set up ad hoc committees In every 
community to l) conduct draft education, 2} carry on a 
door to door educational campaign; 3) call congressmen 
hor:e for hearlr.53 on the Vietnam war, 4) :?!; up II sous 3 Ion 
groups In public places ^ Each community Is to 
on plans adaptable to their specific areas. 



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"Teams of representatives of peace organizations visited 
key cities during the week of May 8 when-? :hey ~-et with 
peace and other leaders to Initiate ad hoc committees. 
JO C-^-^iM ^-i^tlsioa^ad 1^ t'e Enlti~or^ ~~^tin.£ and 
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J - -?*i ' VIETNAM jUgagg3 l^^^g^:l^#lS^^- ,:— ^ga^ai^-^ . "V^^NT- 1 ^ = 

' "' "excellent course pre pa re<f by the National Council : "' r v 
-:&: ■"■' * of Churches, Ongoing projects, such as Negotiation Now! 
; should be continued along with the Vietnam Summer* 

tt In 196k, the Mississippi Freedom Summer project 
mobilized thousands of students, clergymen and 
> concerned citizens in the struggle against racial 

Injustice , How is the time for a massive effort 
*to arouse the conscience of the nation - this time 
against the illegal and immoral war in Vietnam. *** w 

The "Centre Daily Times/ 1 State College, Pa., May 13, 

1967, contained a letter from EUZA3Z7H KAHSH of Boalscurg, 
. wfcich 3tate3 that during the early 3ummer all of the United 
States volunteers will be calling door to door raising the 
difficult questions a 3 to whether the Vietnam v;ar is morally 
wrong and that it may not be in the best interest of the 
United States. Such canvassing is already underlay in 
Washington, D.C., and the Boston area. This campaign 13 
being organized by local groups which decide for themselves 
how to proceed in their own neighborhoods. Nationally the 
drive i3 coordinated by "Vietnam Summer," 129 Mt. Auburn 
Street 'Cin*:* l-~3 *"tt3. *;ith the to "-^ntion of u re 
American Friends Service Commit tee. Clergy Concerned, the 
National Council of Churches, SA>r3, Students for a democratic 
Society (S£3;, the Southern Christian Leadership Council, and 
others , 

[I The -aily Collegian," a 3tudent r.i^\ :, :ar tf ?er.n 

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cities. Its stated objective Is 'to weld the widespread 
opposition to the war Into an organised and active 

constituency capable of exerting powerful pressure 
to end the war.* 

"The national campaign is using door-to-docr visitation, 
loeai neighborhood di3cu3sion3 and f teach-cuts ? and other 
devices to locate citizens concerned about the war and 

encourage them to participate in anti-war activity. 

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yet officially affiliated with the national organization. 

"Ar.ong the goals under consideration by the national 
Vietnam Sunder organisation is the candidacy of a third - 
party 'peace ticket* in the 1963 Presidential elections. 
The most-suggested candidates are the Rev. Dr. MARTIN 
LUTEEH SING, JR., -and Dr. BZNJA>C:i S?GCK, who began the 
Vietnam Sui™er program in Cambridge in April, 

"The national office at CarVbrid^e 'Till suttl;- surest! ma 
for activities, train field workers, recruit and assign 
workers, evaluate the results of local activities provide 
national publicity and raise fun: 3 nationally to cuppcrt 
local ;ro;eets. uhi:n will conduct their ou- ^ur.i-raisir.c 
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The "Guide to Subversive Organisations and Publi cations T| , revised 
and published as of December 1, 1961, by the Ccnndttee on Un-American Activi- 
ties, U* S* House of Representatives, documents the Unergency Civil Liberties 
Corrrdttee as follows: . - 

ft To defend the cases of Ccnnmnist lawbreakers, fronts have been 
devised making special appeals in behalf of civil liberties and reaching out 
far beyond the - confines of the C<^~ unist Part/ itself. Arcng these organisa- 
tions are the * * * Emergency Civil 'Liberties Coiwnlttee. When the Communist 

Party itself is under fire, these fronts offer a bulwark of protection. n 

(Internal Security Subccn^riittee of the Senate 
~~ ' Judiciary Ccraniittee, Handbook for Americans, 

S. Dec. 117, April 23, 1956, p. 91) 



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A second source advised on May 23 # 15^2 that the ?ni-a-ie_pr.ia 

a en a^ive In the zatz -wo year 3, ha- - r.o current a; 
rev/cershio and do net 7: air. tain a head— srters in Philadelphia. 



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PM-AMERICAA ACTIVITIgS CCJJMITTEE 

'-"■■ The "Guide to Subversive Cr^ar.isations and Publicatic.-.s" issued 

■*: "■-;- December 1, 1961, by the House Cc.-T.ittee on Ur.-A.T.sric£.i Activities, wga 115, 

cor.talns tl;e rcllav.-ir.-; citation re^arii.^ the national Cocaittee to Abolish 

the Uh-Aisricar. Activities Cccsittee (XCAUAC)* 

.—v "Cited &3 & 'new or£ar.ization r set up in the Suxswr of I960 to 

- of the national leaders of this *roup rave been identified as Cc^unists** 

::^i--- ■ , — - "A source has advised that the JICAUAC charged i^s nar.s en March 3 f 
1962, to include tha word ^cuse" in its r.£^e, thereby c^eair. 3 kr.cvn as the 
Ka^icnal Ccz^it>be to Abolish the House Lfc-Arsricaa Activities Cc^iittca 

A second source aMssd on Juna 23, 1965, that ^ of that date the 
NCAhUAC continued to function vith headruarter* it 555 ::cr;h V'-stam ivsr.ue, " 
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fr.onts havp been devised making special appeals 
in behalf pf civil liberties and reaching out'^ 

•far .beyond? the confines of the Communist Party 
itself. Among these" organizations are the *** 

"National Coxmittee to Repeal the KcCarran Act,-; 

When the Ccmnunist Party itself is under fire 
^ these offer a bulwark of protection." 

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MAY 27 , 1967, AT INDEPENDENCE HALL, 
. PHILADELPHIA, FA., SPONSORED BY 
FRIENDS PEACE C0HMTITS5 (F?C) 



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HilLADEIPHlA, PA., SPONSORED BY 

FRIENDS PEACE COMMITTEE (FPC) , ^ : . £', , 

LYLE TATUMj Chairman. FPC. who acted as master 
of ceremonies and who said he was a conscientious 
objector during World War H and served time in 
prison for being a conscientious objector* 

LAWRENCE BLIB, who spoke against the draft and 
said he was a member of the Philadelphia Anti- 
Draft Union. 

MARYANN MC NAUSiTCN of the Philadelphia Committee 
for Non-Violent Action spoke against the draft and 
the war in Vietnam. 

CE0RG3 WILLCUG-3Y who said he was a conscientious 
objector during World War II and also spent time 
in prison, 

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Veterans for Peace in Vietnam and he was con- 
vinced that the war in Vietnam did not make sense, 

GERAID SCHWARTZ said he had mailed hi3 draft card 
back to his draft board on the morning of May 27, 

'I967, as he was opposed to the Selective Service 
System although he* had previously served two years 
with the FPC doir.3 alternative service a3 a 
conscientious objector, 

LAMAAR WILLIAM said that he was planning to send 
his draft card back to his local board cut had not 
dene 30 yet. He then read a rough craft letter he 
had com ooa ed to se^d along with his draft card 
telling* why he was opposed to the Selective Service 
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(1) A leaflet captioned *Khat f 3 Eiis About? - 
We are trjlng to Cut Cut Cn Wj.r, to Dis- 
affiliate, De -escalate" issued by FFC, plus 
cartoons on the reverse olde captioned 
"Famous Last Words." A copy nf this item 
is attached . 

(2) Pamphlet captioned "Ser-tcr FiUIPI^lT On An 
Alternative Fo? Vi«-tr:arr. A review of his 
book The Arrogance Of F;,':er" isrmed by the 

. FFC. A copy of this iter? is ttUohed. 

(3) Two -page leaflet cacti or- id '^ro^rara note3 for 
Cut Q\iz On W«r 3cc»". £ ;.x-<r'; l^y re 1 :.'TJ3 Feace 
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e If a person believes his country is following a dangerously mistaken course, - ,\ 
as I believe we are in Vietnam, he would be unpatriotic NOT to speak out. -. * .^, 



Silence in such a situation would be political ^nd moral cowardice*' . .. .. 
Re3pect for our 3plsr.did troops in Vietnam does not give us the right to be v ,, ; ; v 
silent while they are sent to destruction * w - Senator George McGc/em, May 1?6?- 



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People have different reasons for opposing the war in Vietnam.. , 



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- Some object because no one can win a war anymore. 

- Scne think ve are wror.g in Vietnam - morally, legally, or militarily. ^ 

* Scir.e object because 10,253 O-I.'s have already been killed, a.-.d 6'.^:S wcu: 
Whatever your reasons, ar.d htweve; 






*ar you gz, the question is 



WHAT A?3 Y^ DOI^ TO STOP ?H3 >7A?. ? ' - . _-..-. - .-■_.--. 

* You have co ar.^ver for yourself, just ^5 ve j^e^k for ourselves , 



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HtlEXOS PEAC3 COMMITTEE (QUAKERS), l£20 Race St., Philadelphia 19102. - LOU-6063- 



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i. - -rao ash io start am H-bomb 




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^ -tides ^declare • Christian mij^ 
r- : j **take up arms'*, in a righteous 





Td rather the human rase came 
; _^ to an end than be emla -*ed 



:VsVnator Jf! Willi- ., .11. it* i 
fj Commit tea on .'oruii.n ifui • < * ■ *"5 * 
"Vreoldontf or Ilia Hnl^r-H / oC 
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£Hia long aarv£ce wM .* ti»o Uouj 
* ijtf f alro , an*t Uie jj , i i . < t» < . ^ .;'M U 
r'.apana the .ttjnua 'of «lT,Ko "!' l 
-'and of* eight Mocic^.rio.i tif iv 

, .>:£ri ray lowing portion j or M^h 
awe have a^mply u:*i... .jum at l<*iia 
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it The 'entire 'bouk I c >'»4 »-<Jt"Hi.|/, with lVawknuaa,' can lor c -;.'; .-.'p. fVr ;-,.;*, ;-,>; ^|;/' 
'^uid insist, -- vi u:<.r ur not you a/.t r, wJiu hlu tlnjia. ■_* ^.. ■. I. : ^ •?^;.' ! ^.;,. 

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'eatabllohud ^t/p.M 1 ,.^.,V*.i I..mi.I1i.;: your call, .md s \L _;./;.• ' ... ji . 
you will bo itilo It. t.:W .. 4H.M11, * j.ora:-n jiro<;iuol y- .*, _ , ^ v y - a 
what you'wUu-t.vj ... . -i-- .i-hIo -* l \ phono lii^-llil'i.- - ,.:•;■ r ", .V. '1 
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-ll\ The United St.-it rn rh<>»l *i ptr -dro 
' '• of American ruljtn?y 'nr<><* fr* 



* >el>*tiona >' ' euoh ' an tho ■ b \ t.uat J on V ( 
yieth^'f£he Seriate fames' a special Committee on '' ' iV . v. v .,,... , ■ ' 

&igri- Relations /to study,', report .andruke rrnpmmondaUone. -^ -.""*. <\" $< N' rmti MIop" pmnn,# tip* f n>r pt 1 1 
?<foi^aA£s'^^^ P^Arlrana/ie. . ■', \ ■■ 'A.' r * " - «•»» *--"Ui Vio»n "■< ( "*1r mi, 

Strongly* Yecon^ends "Immediate movei toward peaco. And , -''r^'A' l( : ," ^m Nn' Ion >L UI-mM.; n rront- 
^"^isatioA^ some of .his , \ .''.;{ -;\ ;; -Ward a cn^-.Uro -id plrn'-i > 




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rn'nt.q m;id*j, hy tl>o l>^ I M|;"i * pt ' 
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i;ia^par^,^e ; ^^ . (pJ06) In tho p/*sL V - ^ r ( /, In'nddlti-r*. ., Mm- r'ornv ,nn 
f ^great\^wer8/h°ave -competed for\ predominance over ' ^ /' : *S, r '" 

erv an^ weaker Vnatlona/' the /.one workable altomativo' to' "^ t v, ; r, : a mnU tinier*!. '■■'■ * f -nt r^r \u* 



^greaV..^wer8 Y have Vcompeted Yor'.predomi nance over ■ ■'. ', / , v : *S, \ ■•icuir.-'ld/.n. ."ouUi ; :U'im m.i 
.Le^van^ weaker v'natlons/' the 1 , one workable altnm.-il 
fJvic'topysi.bf ^"on^'.or^ the other 'has been neutralisation. " ':'/:' •' 7 ; .\ ■"■,;' lion of Southe- <i Ar 



?y^87^i , ulhr^ght- gives .-examples of Switzerland, Belgium,.; \ -, ■ - ( 7 ' , " 

dv>^fojx>se'vthe;fdllawing; eight '-point program foV the.",;; i;-*v'.- •'. ; - Hs forcrn »n-hirJii.v 
v.'tual^restoratiOn'.of j>eace(in Vietnam,, (p. '108-196) .-, 



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^he r ^p^t^;Vietrtaiese -goverriinentj( Saigon) ohould noek , t ^ f 

^'ea^.negottatione with the , National Liberation Front * V; '^ " lJfc v -' \\l , ; ' ^' ^ 

.c iTOient^f ;Viet,Cong),\, \ t i-; ' ■" i V '' , / , ',">. ■' y ,.-i :*';' 



jfi^toe^axheVtiiftelAB the Saigon gov ernmont makes direct- 
.Wy^rtuTOS^toVth'^Matito^ Liberation Front, the United 



}* : 'Senator Finnrl rht i**\n for Uior: 
f'' - : ',V "It in pr".(;in^l^ J^'-i'cm of A i 



*^tat^a>and , South '^Vietnam (Saigon) together ehould pro- *, ^; : ''v/ imou-1 " ln Viotntm. it iho viol- <:--ni 
'Woee; negotlationk : f or^ a- cease -f i ro' «nK>n^ military - ^-v-A: ;V.vor to _i*ko*tho. i.nl 1 i M.Un in <>> h 
^preventatives <>^: four separate negotiating parties:/ \^ } :>\\\ N ;oonc:onnionn, -they cm id pl^nnHUy 1 







? ^etnam^>dd no^addit^bnal forcen in South Vietnam, -and '; ^ ^ : ; >> *lnto ruhmtnnlon hy.^ nnudl und-v-t 
^|!educe;>the,eqale^*of military operations to k tho maximum ; - ; V'^.p Asia./* , T (p." 19?) , 4 
;ffoctentf;oon'*iet^nt' with jbhe security of AmericAn^forcirn v 4 ^ V ■;. 1 ., ,'V \ 

3 bilei peace. in^tiativee -are /under way! ■ l / " f ' : A t,- ( ' \ / ' 




-.-^^■■"iv College^ students all over the country are refusing to be drafted for Vietnara^-*,^ 
£^r; " : 'thia is^generally called "draft realsiarKe^^;^^^ 

<;~^v .-- ' At Swarthmore Collegej acre "than 60 cieh have "signed a' 'Draft Union Statement*; _v ; j 
k ^: -.V ; "We are draft-eligible American "men opposed to the war in Vietnam for a ,^ 7 ;:-y' 
- : ^ :; ;X :> ;^ variety of religious, moral sad/or political reasons. We believe there'"*""*' \\ 
;/'"- *']'." ' are certain principles that take precedence over any law of any government. 
>.!-— ^~~ — Our principles and our consciences will not permit us to fight In this var«r ":■ 
^v"Vv y -- Therefore, while continuing to work against the war in other ways, we will _ 
\\ & r £v>i refuse to be drafted to fight in Vietnam,^ vrv*?. ;^ - : \ " r ^ 
'."""" " : -" r r J "-~ John Braxton i a member of Gwynedd Friends Meeting and of ; ■',' v-./' 

Friends ?e = :e Committee, will be spokesman for the ; /Ji; ^ .-."" " "~ '" 
Swarthnore Draft Union. . -""'■■ .-''-'* - -- /■■ - \'^-- * 



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2. College Wcr.en are also active In draft resistance- At Sv-.rthrore i 

they are nicknamed "Kesisters* Sisters". *' -■/ ' ~-~-"' ; v :~' 

-Their spokesman will be : . " ---*• ■-/ .: - 



3- In Philadelphia, women of all ages are signing a statement, saying 
that vc.T*£3 oppose war. . .. '- i - . ■■.,..; ■ -* ■ -' - * 









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,,-tv *\. a r.r : j fl vu- a r-v^^ ^or !?cn violent Act*vs 



li. The military portion of Tr.:c-e Tax 

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-■'. r*^-;'- "> . "^ ejtployee of the American Friends Service Ccmrittee," will speik about this. 



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§§§&V conscientious objectors *~ Some allow CO 1 s. to take'alternative^vork, 'buWomejio not^' 
"r^v?^- TonyAvirgan refused to take ROTC at Penn State a few years, ago' ^en'lt^^^^. 
%W*&^- vas mandatory*: Finally forced, to take.it oii.drop out, he dropped °^J^|d^®^ 
s:-^^.^ w* ™« v^Vs in Marie At RftfsfiarehTas' 4 voim? Philadelphia businessman? 5 ^" -^5*23? ^ 

M~" 8- VaiTwork or non-war"wcrk? Many scientists/" engineers and specialists are "'•^^^"^vj^ 1 
examining the kind of work they will do, and considering the social responsibility ".- ; - 






£>-^;V - . Don Devault, a scientist of varied experience and background, will _tell some ^ ■ 

- -_■■" 7 „ . of his thinking. He is a bio-physicist* _ *". -> ' /;:V ■■-""* : -^\Vy : t ; L \ 

y^ veterans xor reace in vieuid^ j-» a iisw pe^uc u: ^^.n^A^^vtij -iww^.^ * ^j.^-^ — * — -,. 
" - : the country. They vary in their reasons for objection to war* and in what they^ . 

do about it* -....- - . _ ' . ~ ■ " ■ ;_~ "-?■'. 

i'' r ' ; : - * tawrence Geller, of Philadelphia, will tell something of this grcup. .-• ; — 



10. Over the years hundreds of -en have railed back their draft cards. A couple of 
years ago, a ssan put a .-natch to his, as a symbol of his break with rilitarism. 
It was a new shot heard round the world, and no one has yet figured out why people -■ 
-et so excited when a man burns his draft card, Congress passed a very stringent 
*lsw about it — re re even than burning the Flag, which is a national symbol* 

*" - Charles Miller, a graduate student at 7rlar.d Institute for Social Charge, -- 
burned his card six weeks ago, Ke will tell vhy. . -^ % -*'/"■ 

11- X irzft card is a ;~rs:n^I symbol of a r.ar/3 relaticn to the eenserieticn —ocess. 
Vith a razid increase in the r.urher of objectors, as reel ally the "Vienna objectors n x 
jiany r.en are mailing back their cards. Scm may do that today, as their 
ex^reooioa ox xe:r oresx v^-n ."„.-/,c:.sa i: ^ -.:-* ^-:.^i _y .--:i r *-«w*. 



Those who are knevn to be r*-~ .»**-» — r 



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- lar.aar Villi am s, of 'Icrth Philadelphia, who fcr a tire w^jfc to rer.n ctate 
at the :—-- --pus, :;■::;.: --:,"*r.- -hi :.^t lu^rd rut — Jiur? n him, 

. ^*-ili "*r-; ^rt " " i.5 alr*i:'* :c*^lrTirt his al* err. -it ."^ civilian 3sr"/ice, bu* 
li :e the -r.-r.i -ho ^il" ": sck * L he ir Tioers, b? new hzs ccme to - ^siti^i in 
vhi:h he :*r$l5 ccrpelled ~c :rea-< witn .mii^arissi. ^ - - . - 

- Steve tfrsiman is :li?5 _ _ci5d I-I '?;^hi:_^d only In :i~e of national cmer-rer-ry . 

he shculi new break vu*h r n-= var sys-^ci. 



bee lose of ^ lr* ^ni fret iiffi^ulny- r3 is rr = ti _ *e iecut cis ccr science, 










r.-,* ';>'.;" to shew 7cu scrr.a cf the Taris-.ies of pro* 33-%. ^ 
>,-r " Ha? I ! n over-22?d. and carxct-flr.d 2j caris, "" 
""•^^ --} but I thirJc I was in 1-A nine tiir.as in -World 
-^s**^^i War II days. ..Ijo Septexier, I'll celebrate __ 
''.';.*-_:'> ,30 years in peace vork- Want to Join ae? " ■";.' 







I '¥irae»fitati6a cartridge.- ^^^^^^^^^for it?3l7£|^ 

* j y-/' Actually, it's a Is thai new car tr i<3 "ge .^~ v ^ -- J> - ;^4m\>^ -** ? ^-~ : 3/ ^7-^ 7*- 7-^*^5 iTv^rl-5%^:- 

r * feeing cade at Frahlcf ord Arsenal and'alreaay-^'^^rrar-kford Arsenal is 151 ye^s'oldjl^f 

7 doing heavy damage to North Vietnamese aad ;V. ; j* covers .129 acres/ and employs veil over 2 : 

i Viet Cong forces in jungle fighting, ••- ;V ? ''-^^OOO people,, nostly civilians free .the ' 



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-The new plastic n nultl-projectile n car- ,-_ Philadelphia area/ It has /been vitalto^ 
*idge shears off the underbrush over a six- ^7 -the prosecution of six ciajcr uars* > ~- ; 
ird square" ires* " Stripped of cover/, any ' - "*/-* ; ^r ; V: vv"--> ;,"■ •■. v t->*;- . ;,- * 77 ^ 7-7 v : --\ 




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,- Give 2 Sours 



-■-This* Brutal Fragmentation " Bczb cannot '" / ; 

■ knock a building devn. It is useless against ~~ 

tg* s * *ailitary n targets of steel and cor- /_ 
crete» It is useful enly to rip accrt"fol-^ , 

/ iage and flesh. The cartridge can be _7 /7 
■"■powerful against civilians, but it is. often"" 7 /7 Friday Jure 2, 3 -"5 ^ * " W 

; Ineffective against ahti-aircraft crevs vho ' -'~/\'~'.\ ;- , .-;:- '--*'■ ^:7 ' 7- ~. *~7 77 V\* : ' : - 
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;3.C>-SVAlLT SILL WITH :7J^£:i?.4-::C3 BOSS! 



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Ccinndttee to Secure Jostled In the Rosenberg Case - a cozninunist front which had 
.been conducting the campaign in the United States - was reconstituted as the : ",..-■ ^ 
national Rcsanberg - Sobell Ccm-nittee at" a conference in Chicago in .October, 1953, 
and 'then the National Cecal" as to Secure Justice for Morton Sobell in the . ■:■ 
Rosenberg Ca« f .«.* (Guide to Subversive Organizations and publications," dated r . t: 
December 1* 1961^ Issued by the House Committee on Cn-Anerican Activities, - 
page 1160 " .' " ^ v- : — .:- V;: ^ -^^ 

In Ser^enber, 195^, the r.ane "National Corr.dttee to Secure Justice for 



Korton Sobell" appeared on literature issued by the 



ttee. In March, 1955, 



th* current name. "Con=dltee to Secure Justice for Morton Sobell," first appeared- 



on literature issued by the Cc=.iittee 



' The Address Telephone directory for the Borough of Manhattan, Sew Torfc * 
City, as published by the Sew York. Telephone Company on April H, 1966, lists the 
"Ccirsitte* to Secure Justice Tor Kortcn Scbell" (CSJM3) as being located at 1J0_ . 
Fifth Avenue, New Tork, Kew Tork. ._- ' \~ . . , > . - . ■* . 



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?5^.<s»*«* reflects the rcuoving variations or ine names or ine rcm.aaej.pnia wanraimeo -.- r~.> 
'V^feJufelch have been ntlllvedl -•- > .^v^.^"^ v T ^.^H^W-^^* J^-.^.^ 

* v^^-.v«, 2/II/52- Philadelphia ConaaiU«e to Secure Justice In the '-:^v^^*ro«H*r^ 

"'"'•^vTr--~.^', .^sv'V-*'.-' Boaenterg Case, Post Office Box 805, -* : -V " r '•"--'' ^ ^"-'-r. v:^^{. 

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?*£*> 10/14/53 Philadelphia Ccmittee to Sec^r* Justice in the . , ^,_ .- 

*r*.-*-i~e ~- -^.^HDsenber^-Sobell Case,, Post Office Box 3G5, -- vA* *a ;•*-**» *sn ;- 
Philadelphia, Pa* ,. . : J_ m . .^ :v> . 4- ^_; -. * '. ~^iy:-r_: : /, : _ . ,^-._ 



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--r^-vfe 1DA9/53 --Philadelphia Rosenberg-Sob^H Committee > Post t :1 ;^ ^;iv^^^; 
* v * "■" - ^ ^Cffica 3cx SC5, Philadelphia, Pa. _\. > r\ {v ?] O {'?-: r 

t.*^^-- * "1 r"*** : t ■ . ■ -f,-' * *i t 1 ** ■ "■-*.'"*' * ',;.*"* «■ '\*.^ ^ ■ ".".■"_"' " " ■ '" " ' ' " "/- - "* 
_:*!-. 7/8/54 . Philadelphia Ccmittee to Secure Justice for /r^ \:j;s; •■ ■ r.\\' "~ 
:; — ::~,.^- « - Morten Sobell in the Rosenberg Case, Post Office - -.: ; ' 
V*-^^e^~^ --Box 3C5, Philadelphia, pa. - - - ;- - . * . ;/?\ 

**-" On March 14, 1956 a source advised that the Philadelphia Ccrjaittee 
to Sacur* Justice for Morton So bell in the Rosenberg Case was beir^g distended 
because of a lack of tir.is and a lack of activity en the part, of the Ccmittee 

*- ■ ^ -" ■ Ch Atril 3, 1953 this scarce advised that cn^April 7, 195? a 
Greeting v*s held in Philadelphia to re-establish this ccmittee, and the 
. ccsnittee vculd be called the Philadelphia 5cteii Cc^iV.-, 

- ^ ■■ """■ i -eccr.J -cure- advised :n Mar :c, 1966 that the Philadelphia 
Sobell Ccrroittee continues to operate a 3 a local, affiliate of the :c~lttee 
to ~4&ir* Justice f:r To -to- 3c bell. It ha 3 no cf?i:er=; h clever, JZ.-J! 
r^AMJIS 3-— es i3 c'~e l^i-r of any acti^ies i_- ^.iTc^^-i.. Thee 
activities havs beer^ limited to the h^ldir.-? of ccc^^it^.^l ^eetir.^s' for the 
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a full- rag* aciv* ( _--\*r t t c^pti.^**! '^"^t Ij SeaHy -^^riV::; In Cuba : , :>iii\^-. 

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press. 

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Mie FFC-t'3 exU ".>•*:* th^re va? a 5t/'-i,;;le tetwwri C:r.--r*i.s ■, 7arty (C?) a;vd 3o 
■•^rkers Party (~,.r) elements to exjrt tr^ir po«r vi'-hia t:-.e F?"C a^id thert/.y 
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t h&}&£i:^&0£ The December 27, 1963 edition of. "The Mew Tork World .Telegram ,^d.Sun^-:^ 

" 1 'nev^aper stated that the pro-Castro FPCC was seeking to go out of business. *nc r >^ I -_;;^ 

that Its prime activity during its lifetime had been sponsorship of ! pro- Castro >.^V: 

- street rallies and mass picket lines,' and the direction of an active propaganda r ;'^\: 

- mill highlighting illegal travel-to- Cuba campaigns* Its "comparatively brief span'- .. 
" of life was attributed to mounting ant i- Castro American public opinion, the 1962... 

Congressional hearings which disclosed FPCC financing by Castro's United Nations . 
Delegation, and ultimately, the bad publicity which the FPCC received from dis- ' " /.* 
closure of activities on its behalf fcy suspected presidential assassin Lee H». \ 

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>PCC activity in many months and that the FPCC had been dissolved* . \-/'.. 






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A source advised on March 27 , l?o2. th.it OUS HALL. 
General Secretary, CPUS ft, sUvea on March ?6.. :<\>?, tJ«at !*--» *-.;«■ 
will form a jew r.r-prni*:t.~s kjvrwn as the GU3 i&~:L- ££■; T-J A'tiltf I «V. } j^ 
Defense Committee (HDDC) . The purpose of this~ccnmi ttee is bo ~" 
raise $100,000.00 for the defenao of HALL and LAYXS. 

. The source advised on Hay 7, 1962 that GUS HALL is th«* 
General Secretary, CPUS A. .. 

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Another source advised on May 7, 1962 that BiT>- 7 -Tii*Itf <; 
PAVIS, v/hilA af \Ws?ir- the C-f.rr. Heights 7;-^»n vn L^o^yn - "~ 
en Hay b, i§':2, stated th*t ho :l.& the Nali'r** rVc> otav:.- of'i.lv. 
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A third source acv^-i on January vy, 1561, th^.t '->> 
Crown heigh 1-3 Porun is ^pon^r-d hy the Crwn Kc ^ rV-s *-ctl->\* -»■* 
the Kings County c? and is open to both Party axi(3 non-Party as £7.1- 

"The Worker", ^n Hi:; r ^o-*v*t C iVi ~u^^ ;■ 
that the liDDO */as fcrrr.no la^t. v^>-;. 






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'V>i ::r ''V : ^ ." A^'iource ^^seY the' Independent* Citizens" Cwcclttea (ICC) was initiated '" 
*n<J formed by the Cosroinist Party, Eastern Pennsylvania and Delaware (CPSPD), in.. :, 
October. 1962 to build a left-center organization which would be able to initiate^ .. 
political activity. As of May 4, 1964, the policies of the JCC were dominated ty • 
th«C?SPD through Gcnzninist Party members who were officers and ambers of the *-C. 

./-/-•:•: On Kay 24, 1966, this sine source advised the ICC continues to_ operate ; 
under the domination of the CPEFD.,. -. ,,- .-.- ^ .'. ./-. -*?>Y^.-: : '?\.^ ' : ,^;-:-d-^' 2 r^.. ■'''.' ' 7 

■'-'-'-•""- The source advised on April 25, 1967 that the ICC was "literally dead", 
having no headquarters; no general aetibership, Mid no toneyj that unless the CPCFD 
sent forces into the ICC, it would cease to function, _«nd that, at this tine, the 
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published as of December 1, 1961 by the Ccrzrdttee on Un- American Activities, U. S. 
House of Representatives, documents . the publication "Rational Guardian" as follows: 

fv tV>^ ■ .' > "*~ --' t progr& 3 3 ive * we ekly * * *• Although it denl e s ■ having any ,7 v . >V^ - v - fc 

" ir : \ ; " ■' Affiliation with the Organist party, it >as rani felted it- - - 

f .'^' ■'-.'■ self from the tegir_ning a3 a virtu*! orficial prepaid* ars* ; : vr '.-:; 

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;; ""-'• '.'.".-■ ■ \; , Trial fey Treason: The National Co^ittee /■ ^ .^-\" . , .*. 

." - : " .;■"" . ""■'" .-;"■ to Sscure Justice for the Eo3er*berg3 and ;/*; . ' _■. '~ : v - ' 

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- "- ;V *.* ;r A s^rcs advised on April 20, 1965 that the Progressive Labor party \:>, 
(H^> foraerXy kacwi as tho progressive Ubor Movement (?1*M), held its first ;*'.'■„ 

"nfttSnal cktoaUcti April 15-18, 196? et New Tcrk City, to organize the ?1M intc "" 
the PU\ The PLF ^11 hava as its ultimate objective the establishment of a . : f : 
nilit^iit *woridng cl^ss move*Lsnt based on Iferxis^^I^viirJLsru ; . - i . - -j - ,. ■.,- - 

-^,^>:i:v : *' v '-fl 3 i-fijiew Tork Rj&m*, April 20, 1965, page 27 , reported that'* new ' Sy : 

- P^y tff ^ovol^tic^iy socislisa" wt3 fc-rwlly f^-ded en April IS, 1965, uad*r / . 
th^ Tifiza' of the PI,?* Tha PL? vas ocicrit^d « tn oiigrcvth of the FIX* Its -.;■-- 
cr^Ic>L'3 «» id-^cciricd as Kilter. Rsson of »« Tork, Fr-^ident, and VfiUian 
I^rcn of Jku ?crk wd !3>i-t Soh-er cf S^n Fr^eisca, Vice Presidents^ A 20 renber 
Kiiion&l Gctnittea vsas' elected tc direct the Party until tha next convention. 

* '"■ / According to the article, n ?hs Progressiva Labor Movement was founded*,' . 

in l?c2 fcy Kr. Rostn ar.d MS Schesr *ft^r thay Vs^re eypalled from the Cc^iriist 
p^r^y of the United States -for ascer^ediy fcllowing the Chinese Ccxnunist line.* . 

" " v Th3 PI? publishes ^Frorr^s^ive I^bor^, 4 bimonthly naga^ine; rt ChAll^£3 w , 
a bii/$ekly N^y York City n^vspsper; sr.d ^SpAric 11 , a we3t co^at new^p^per, 

Xhs Jcr*e 1, 1965 israe of "Challenge", ?^3 6, sUtes that, "this p^p^r 



i3 d^di^t^d 



f 1-ht ^or a r±v v-iy of ld-fa -where tha -orkl?2 :len ^^ wenen -i^ct 



^-d control thsir hca^s, f^ct^ri^s, tha p^lics, co-irts, ind the entire goverr^nt 
on *v*r7 levels" . ■ .,.'.":■.■. :..-* - ; - -'-."■ - .. . -.— 

. -~' r r Ihc ^curcs ^d-.'i^-d thst the ?1? ^tili^es the addr^33 of ^fneral post 
Of fie* 3^2 SOS, SrcVilyn, .-ev Tcrk, bit also utilizes aa office in ?j>:a 622, 132 
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w ■---- „__^__^ i ^ en ^nuary 7, 19^2, thx?*^ 

when the Worker* Pat^ t^TUa i*r^L^?nl 9 1940, five sesifc^ni of the Phila- 
delphia Branch of the S¥P deserted and forced the FhiUdt Iphia Branch of the VPt 

V : V A source in April, 1949 , made Available a circular i a sued by the Phila- 

delphia Branch of the Independent Socialist league" (P2ISL) >ihich^$tated that the 
W? had reargarAsed as tha ISL-. .. ./.*.,; ^ ,^ - .,_/•» — '--*:-- : — - = --. ■*-*■- 

i eecend eeurce advised en July 24, 1952, teat the PSISL i* the local 
affiliate ef the I3L *Mch ^aisUins it* a*tis;:*l hecd^artere in New Torts, S# T# " 
According te the source, the P3ISL i3 tinier the. direct c^trel *f the ISL Katienal 
Offiee and carrier tut the aii^s and objective© ef the ISl Sa tic-sal Office* 

This source adyi-ed on SeptesOwr 30, 1958# that the ISL en Sept££ber 13, 
\\t IS 53 dissolved and disbanded ite er£.*nizatie£ and pr*<?s« The source stated that . 
r-] u in accordance with instructions received fro* the ifatienal Office ef the ISL, the 
'£** ?£I3L on September 22, 1953 also di3banded» , -■ . ,_.. :...-■. .. I ■- - ■■- -- ^ - ^,- ■ -. 

This source farther advised *n Ccteber li, 1953 that en Octeber 7, 1953, 
1 the former umbers ef the F5ISL joined the Philadelphia 3rarch ef the Socialist "-' 
j Party • Socialist E^ocratic Federation. .. 



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On June 24 , 1963 a" source advised that youth of the Socialist 
Workers Party (SWP), the Communis^ f.rty (CP), and ether socialist-type . ?': 
"organizations foraed a haw youth organization in November, 1957 known aa . : 
th« Young Socialist Club" of Philadelphia (TSCP). 5t 19&> the 5\T had " 
.obtained complete control of this organization; th« youth from the oth-sr . .._ 
organisations had dropped out; and its riaaa wo changed to the Philadelphia - 
Toung Socialist Alliance* (PYSA).; .".',:• . ..."■ ■.,.'.:; '■■ y '.;.'.■ V'x '''..■■■' < ■' 

"-' v On Hay 3 f 196o a second source Advised the PYSA is dnilnaied ind 
: controlled in its leadership and ranks by mesbers"of the Philadelphia Sranch, 
".Socialist.-Workers Party (PSSWP). / It has no ' permanent headquarter^ but 

utilizes the residence of various Timbers for meetings, functions, ,. and r.ail- 

in* addresses. ' ■ . ;X.~^ "!'' V ■-■..*'" \ - ^-^'■■' r ■■ 

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the United states pursuant to Sxucutiye CrJ3r 10453* ■■/ > v, : ; ; ;- # - 






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UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 
FEDEKAL BUREAU OK INVESTIGATION 

Chicago, Illinois 
May 31 , 1967 



DEMONSTRATIONS PROTESTING UNITED 
STATES INTERVENTION IN VIET NAM 



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intervention in Viet 
Illinois, on May 30 , 
demonstration was to 
Friends Service Comn 
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ITailding, Madison an 
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the auspices of the American 
was to commence at approximately 
of the U.S. Treasury Department 
Streets, Chicago, and was to 
eet to in front of the U.S. 
ral Building, 219 South Dearborn 



The source advised late PM on May 30, 19G7, that 
the above peace vigil and demonstration *hich reportedly was 
to be held in Chicago on May 30, 1967, did not materialise and 

that no demonstrations of any I;ind vere held i;i iront ol the 
U.S. Treasury Department Building or the U.S. State Decart^eut 



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FEDERAL I5UKEAU OF IN VESTIGrtflON 

Baltimore, Maryland 
toy 31, I967 



RE: VIGIL AT FORT HOLABIRD, MARYLAND 

BY AMERICAN FRIENDS SERVICE COMMITTEE 
MAY 29, 1967 '_ 



On May 27, 1967, ff ^^^^«« IMia ^« 5j 

? *&^ 'Siisrt^ - ^r &%& ci ^ * - 3 6 G t w Ci t a 

group representing the American Friends Service Committee 
will .conduct an all-day vi^il at the Dundalk Avenue entrance 
"to Fort Kolabird, Baltimore, Maryland, beginning at approxi- 
mately 7-15 a.m. The purpose of this vigil would be to pro- 
test the induction of a r.ie.T.ber of that group v;ho would be 
coming from Washington, D. C. 



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RE: VIGIL AT FORT HOLABIRD, MARYLAND 

BY AMERICAN FRIENDS SERVICE COMMITTEE 
HAY 29, 1967 

The demonstrators carried signs, "We support Buddy 
Tieger", "Support our boys - Bring them home", "I will not 
bear arms against my brothers", and "No more bodies for 

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was very peaceful. There were do incidents and no arrests. 



ThJ? d^curr-nt contains neither 

rtiota:D?c--JL-ir Jni nor conclusions cl . 
the F3I. Ii ja i:-, e jirope.-sj of 
the FBI ao'J '5 !o]i»f:d to your ^mcj- 
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VIGIL AT. FORT HOLABIRB, BALTIMORE, WD., BY AMERICA* 

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ABOVE CAPTIONED VIGIL BEGAN AT SEVEK EIGHTEEI A.M. THIS DATE 
WITH FOl* PERSONS. THE RUMBER INCREASED TO SINE PERSONS AT 
TwaVE ZERO FIVE P.M. AND WAS DISCONTINUED AT. TWO FIFTYT70 P.M. 
MEWZ3S OF VT01L CARRIED SIGHS, "WE SUPPORT BUDDY TIS3ER*, 
*I WILL ROT BEAR ARMS AGAISST MY BROTHERS", ASD "SO MORE BODIES 
"OR VAR WCHI1?. i^^tSUCai- STATED THA; ,_3^ 

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I» F0ftT.H0LA3I.RD TAXING A ?R2> I .'ACTIOS PHYSICAL SURI 5 * THIS 

VT3IL. ARMY, SSORET SERVICE, USA A"D LOCAL AUTHORITIES 

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VIGIL AT FORT/ HOLABIRDj BALTIMORE MD . 

BY AMERICAN FRIENDS SERVICE COMMITEE MAY 29, 1967- 

I^ORKATION CONCERNING (IS) 



SOURCE ADVISED THAT GROUP 
REPRESENTING AMERICAN FRIENDS SERVICE COMMITEE 
WILL CONDUCT AN ALL DAY VIGIL AT THE DUNDALK 
AVENUE ENTRANCE OF FORT KOLABIRD, BALTIMORE MD • 
BEGINNING AT SEVEN FIFTEEN AM TO PROTEST THE 
INDUCTION OF A MEMBER OF THAT GROUP WHO 
COMES FRCM WASHINGTON DC APPROXIMATELY FIFTEEN 

ARE TO PARTICIPATE REC- 24 "' : ' L 

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REPRESENTING AMERICAN FRIENDS SERVICE COfcNlTEE 

WILL CPNCUC'T AN ALL DAY VIGIL AT THE DUNDALK 

AVENUE ENTRANCE OF FORT KOLAS IRD, 3ALTIXCRE MD . 

BEGINNING AT SEVEN FIFTEEN AX TO PROTEST THE 

INDUCTION OF A ^E^BER OF THAT GROUP WHO 

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FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION 

■"*-. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 
May 26, 1967 



WAR RESISTANCE WEEK, 

MAY 27, 1967 - JUNE 2, 1967, 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



. Reference is made to Philadelphia conurtunicatlons 
dated May 1 and 12, 1967, entitled, "COMMITTEE FOR NON- 
VIOLENT ACTION," setting forth tentative schedule of acti- 
vities from toy 27, 1967 , to June 2, 1967 . 



-4*i*1>» s »*^-^'*& s ^^^*«e i ^^» t ^S^i*^, copies of tho 
following items received from Frienu3 Peace Committee (FPC), 
1520 Race Street, Fnlladelphia, pa.: 

1. A leaflet entitled "Every ton and Woman Can 
Take Personal Action in War Resistance Week" 
setting forth the schedule of events from 
May 27, 1967, to June 2, 1967 . A cooy of 
this item follows, 

2. A leaflet beginning "Friday, Jane 2" setting 
forth information at demonstration at Frank- 
ford Arsenal on June 2, 1967. A cooy of this 
item follows . 

3. Pamphlet captioned "Wno To 3*3 For Draio 

C curse ling" issued by 7f C . A copy of this 
item follows . 

4. A leaflet captioned :, A Sta.orent on Vietnam, 
and en Peace Adopted by the Philadelphia 
Yearly rating of tho Religious Moiety of 
Friend -3 as its : ' annual ;.3e:ing, Jhilaieitnia, 
Pa., March 23 to 29, 1967 . A ccpy of this 

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5. A leaflet captioned "PPC Action Bulletin on 
Telephone Tax Refusal." A copy of this item 
follows . 



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• S&t/May 27th: DISAFFILI^ON DAY ■' . 

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Publicly declare your disengagement from the 

War. Send back Draft Cards $ Discharge Papers $ 

Security Clearances. Ministers and Seminary 
^Students send back deferments* Cash in your ' 

War Bonds. Say it. Do it. Oppose it. 

At Independence Hall, Philadelphia 
■ X pen, A Silent Vigil 
* 2 pmi' Open Air Public Meeting 

(Sponsored by Friends Peace Committee.) 



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Morr, May 29th: TELEPHONE TAX REFUSAL 

10 a.m., at Phila Hotel, 3Hi N. Broad St., 
a Press Conference in which Tel Tax Refusers 
explain why. Come tell why and when you 
started refusal, - Or just attend, (if you 
can f t attend but -will permit us to use your 
name, 'send signature and comments to FPC.) 
(Sponsored by Friends Peace Conrnittee.) 




//ed, May 31st: Last Day of CgNTgR CITY VI3IL : Si nce Sept 28th, a weekly Silent Vigil 
has been hel_d. Join us for the final Vigil, 12 noon to 1 pm, 3outh side of City Kail. 

Wed, May 31st: MAIL- IN ?oa MEDICAL AID : Publicly raail letters with checks and packages 
to religious agencies, for relief of suffering in N. and S. Vietnam. The Homan Catholic 
agency CARTTAS will be emphasized, h pm, r.eet 3.t City Hall, vest side, and walk to the 
Post Office at 9th & Market by h'30. (Sponsored by Fellowship of Reconciliation-) 

Thurs, June 1st: IKPCCT IGM CIMTZ?. SIT-IN . Ai;p SUPPORTING DEMONSTRATION : At Armed Forces 
Ixariining and entrance Station, uOi N. Broad Street:, a^ 7 a.m. Individuals will sit in 
at the Induction Center to witness against (a) the brutal terror thit Areriea wages 
against Viet nan, and (b) to stop a totalitarian 'conscript systen that drafts young r,en 
against their will* (Sponsored by Students for Nonviolence.) 



rri, -jure ZvAz ACTIO: : ^XZIST E ?:-r V/^?;J^ : Participants will probably corrdi civil 



.-.iscbedience to dranatice Their protest against this research, whicn 
Tniversity City Science Center. 1:00 p-, at 3Uth & Marker Stree:s. 
(Sponsored by Ccmittee for Nonviolent Action*) 



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germ warfare s has been happily called off due -to the cancellation of the contracts 

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We nc- plan a tve-h-ar demonstration, frcai 3^^.I3^_sjLJ^^ <-*F 3n ** 
civil disobedience cf trying to enter the Arsenal tc appeal to euployaas to use 
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The IT.S- Government says cur targets in Viecnan ere object, of cma! and concrete. 
But the anti-personnel, bc^rn LiXe scue r.ada at ?rar.V:fcrd carrot !:nocfc a tuilcli^ 
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thirg they hit* They can be powerful against defense less civilians } tui af ten are 
net effective a^aias^: anti-aircraft defers cre«s br : cau^3 -::'i^ cf^en ars ;rcif -^L--d 



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can often avoid needless irrita- 
s and difficulties with your Draft 
d by maintaining a friendly and 
teous attitude. 

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copies of everything sent to 

Local Board* Make all requests, 
als, etc., in writing. Accept no 

promises from Board officials, 
ent as full a case as possible. 
rve deadlines • 

s wise to start thinking early. 
re~^ ^ration and pre-classification 

fc_ JL answer a lot of questions* 
e can usually be settled with the 

of the local Meeting Counselors, 
ny event, the earlier the better. 

ou need further or more specialized 
seling, or don't have access to 
1 counseling, consult the Friends . 
e Conwittee. Complex or legal ques- 
s will be referred to CCCO. 

Friends may consult Friends Meet- ( 
or* the' FPC direotly. Many col- j 
s and denominations also have 
seling services. 

o* ientious Objector Positions 



0:^&J available for non-combatant 
y;' usually in medical work, but 
s not use weapons. 
':a CO willing to perform alterna- : 
e service of a civilian nature 
ch contributes n to the maintenance 
the national health, safety or 
.erest". , ( , i 

-cooperator: a man who 'refuses to ' 
iply with the Drift Law, either by 
\1singH0 register, returning or 
•ning his cards, ) or otherwise break- 
with the law. jHe probably f-icos 



1. Registration; At 18, nainn, aHdrrss, 
etc. CO claims at Classification, or 
later* (Most non-rep if trantn openly, 
honestly, inform Boards of Uirlr 
intention to refuse to cooperate, 
at whatever levels thoy r honors.) 

2* Classification: Within snvoral weeks 
the rt»Ristrant will be mailed thn 
Classification Questionnaire (nr.ri 
Form No* 100). Completed form rrjist 
bo returned within 10 day? of the 
date mailed by local Board. Series 
VHI provides the m^istrant with 
his first opportunity to Indicate 
officially that hn is a CO. The 
Board is obligated to send Form 1$0, 
special form for C0 r s, on request. 

3# Changing your mind: A registrant 
who has already filed Form 100 with- 
out signinp Series VIII, may at any 
time receive Form 1?0 upon request 
to his Local Board. 

k* Form l£0: Tho completed form must he 
postmarked within 10 days of the 
date mailed by the Hoard. Compose 
clear, concise, and thoughtful an- 
swers to tho questions in thin form. 
(Sample copy available from FPC.) 

5* Riftht of Appeal: Any Draft Dmrd 
\ decision may be appealed- If denied 
thy classification sought, the re- 
gistrant has the ri^lit of pnrronal 
1 . appearance and of appeal. Consult 
, a competent draft counselor immed- 
iately. {Appeal must be within 10 
days of a Board decision. 

6*' Try all administrative procedures* 
There are so many questions about 
criteria that you should talte no tin -r* 
for granted. Don't <:'n r o M p t'll 



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FRIENDS HfLtiTir;0. o i (Quakers) 
Probably yovr b^t fir^L Jtep 
LpcatAd in many cgkiimh .i '^"iei , 
Eager 'to help c-mi of nil view;.. 
No obligation oi" any ;.i)rt. 

- Mopt Mfcet'in^fj lKivcj unpointed 
Counselu;-^, with i j xK:rJL;neo. 

* Provide info ruction on conscription. 

* Discuss vit-v/.3, vaiiK-j, oja>orUmibK-t'i » 
-Confer wiuh i J i:*-.;i i' -. , :x:!:ool officials. 

- Point o^t i\:;.i: i :.:j , or a^k qutj^tiohb 
you need bc-f^n* nuking your d-.ciinons. 

* Many hold cow^ unity L t_u\Hip discussions. 

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CENTRAL COMMnv::-: KOit CCWSCIKNTiOUS 

OBJECTORS (VAX \ - a national body) 

■ 2006 -V/alnuo iii, KaMa, Pa. L0 3-UjHO. 

* Specialties .in roi.i.t'l^A 'iril technical 
i.-ni' a prob 1 t;iii:.i . 
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question;;; ad; 

- Handles "l<;*jal 

- Assists CO':., f. 

- Publish'-^ lU- 

- Other special 

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FKIKNDS PEACE COMMITTEE (QUAKERS) 
l L j20 Race ot, Phi la. 1,0 I1-6O63; 
Works in the Delauare Valley areq. 
General and overall peace work 
and counseling. No obligations. 

- li<ir> a fulltiine Youth Worker. 

- Rfjlipious, non -religious and ," *. 
unaffiliated counseling with ' 
ifM-:fi and women of all groups. 

- Furnishes material & info to ■ 
Muutinya, Schools, Counselors, , 
Cliirny and others. 

- Supplements work of Quaker Mtgs, 
, and doe j counseling if Meetings 

do not. Flliiis. 

- Push -Cart conn soling on streets. 

- Speakers & discussions in Public 
Schools, Churches, Groups* ^ . 

- Conducts "Conscription Workshops". 

- Info on Quaker peace testimony, 
non-participation in war, & work 

& activities for peace, nonviolence* 

- Info on alternative service jobs, 

- Various CO and peace literature* 

- Refers le-jal, complex, difficult 
cases to CCCO or other specialists. 



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(AFSC) National Office at 160 
15th St* Phila, Pa. LO 3-93*72 
■12 Regional Offices. In large c 

- Specializes In information o 
alternative civilian service 
ppportunlties and jobs, * in A 
and with many other employer 

* Counsels on draft' problems. ; 

- Distributes literature and f 
on conscientious obJec^Vm. - 

- Coordinates AFSC CO pr^^lW- 

- Basic info on peace arf -r^ 

NATIONAL SERVICE BOARD FOR'REL. 
OBJECTORS (NSBRO - a national ' 
60U Washington Bldg, -15th & Ne 1 
Ave, N.W., Wash. D.C.* 393 -U86 

- Maintains liaison with Selec 
Service and other government 
agencies, on behalf of many 
churches and organizations. 

* Intervenes with Selective Se 
on individual's request. : 

- Assists in Presidential Appe* 

- Maintains list of agencies ai 
organizations qualified for ( 
work. Info on work opportun. 

- Counsels, including nor-"> 
but is chiefly organizk^tona; 
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ttiila area Quakers now known tc 'i refusing Federal Tel Tax? 

•Start refusing? *' ' ' V' '""'■- *,' ". >' >f- V \ Please . re turn the coupon below. 
• Attend. the Kay 29 Press Conference, 10 a.m., at the Phila Hotel, 311i N- Broad St-? 
-Attend t£e Press Conference, and tell the Press Why; and VJhen, you began refusing? 



Did you get a wrong number ? Instead of PEace 196? you got EXcise 7 % ? 

In late 1965 the" 10? Federal tax on phone bills was reduced to 35?,- with a reduction cf 

1% promised each year through 1969 1 when it would be entirely dropped* 

* * In April 1966 the 7% was restored by federal legislation, for the war in Vietnam. 

- "It is clear that the Vietnam and only the Vietnam operation makes this bill 

* * necessary" , said Rep. Wilbur Mills, who floor-managed the tax legislation in 

the House. (Congressional Record, Feb 23, 1966, if you want the full story-) 

NINE OBSERVATIONS by George C. Hardin (refusing 1% since summer 1966). 

1_» Refusal of direct war taxe s is a well-documented part of the Quaker peace testimony* 

2. Telephone Tax is a clear and uncluttered case of specific war tax. War, not "mixed". 

3- Salary taxes and other income taxes are "mixed"; most of us willingly pay for 
civilian government, but some of us are pained by the military portion. 

U* Tax laws on salaries ~jery clearly involve the employer as well as employee* 
(As a Yrly Mtg employee I accept the TA l s judgment that it is not at this time 
ready to fight and bleed by refusing to withhold the military portion of taxes 
of " emptoyees so requesting. Likewise, as one whose conscience is tender abou^ 
military doings, I rejoice that the lit is, like me, not re -illy comfortable with 
this decision, and is looking further into the matter-) 

?. But Tele phone Tax laws are very different from salary tax laws* 

a* The Phone Company must bill users, and must report all refusals to Internal Revenue- 

b. After that, the matter is between you and IRS. (Section u2^I-a of IRS Code.) 

c* Phone Companies have assured customers their chones v;iil not be removed. 

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Experiences of objectors :o federal taxes curing the pasr, several years indicate : 
that the government would not be interested in pressing charges, but zhat it 
would here and there try to collect the tax, with 65 interest 
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