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FBI Yippie File 1972

FBI Yippie File 1972

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INV&aT1GATIV& .. &ftlOD

SM - NEW LEFT
(VENCEREM:>S BRIGADE)
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The ):ippies'
Karl Marx
By Michael Kernan
MADISON, Wis. - Ever .
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1lnc:t last Bastille Day, the· Jerry Rubin," and Rubin baa
little-known radical leader said Beal'• writings "were a
who hu been called the Karl force in helping ua
DOIUI Beal
Marx of the Yippie move- underst.a.pd who
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we are." and olhcrs, a stream that
ment has been sitting in a Knnwn to many tn the eventually hecpm.,. such a
county jail cell here-"in movr.ment only as a voice problem that last month jail
exJle," he put! It. - on the phone, Beal's reputa· officials limited the to
Dana Beal, 25 year9 old tlon as a mystery man was phoned interviews, Iatr.r
rm1 ln Ai:ime ways young, enhanced · during his four· compromlsln& at one press
very young, for his age, was years in exile, what with vialt a week.
A founder of the Youth In· chanr.ing pseudonyms every Many of the visitors, llC-
ternatlonal Party. He would 1ix 1111ontha ("Paul Ylfpie," cording to Thomas K For-
b• "'S familiar to the public "Georg' Metesky," . "Jim h d
" " cade of t e Undergroun
as Abbie Hoffman or Jerry "Leon Pres11 Syndicate-himself a
l\ubln (as he himself h111 mOvl 11g "'"'COiifilnily rom pivotal figure in counter-
1peculaled rather wistfully) Carinrla
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Mexico and In ls culture communications for
were It not for 11 difference betwt:cn. liome year&--were
tn personality and the fact ,.
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figured It I stayed out bringing news 1mct seeking
that Beal hu ope
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rated :n· ol j;ill long enoui:h there advice about future plans.
derground slnr.e l 67, w en wou.lrln't be
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"ovcrnment," Forcade confirmed Beal's
Fell ____ _
Rosen
Mohr ____ _
Big hop ____ _
Mill e r. __
Callahan __ _
Caspe r ____ _
Conrad ____ _
Dalbey _ __ _
Cleveland __ _
Ponder . ___ __;:,._
Bates ____ _
Waikarl ___ _
Walters ___ _
Soyars ____ _
Tele. Room __
Holmes ____ _
Gandy ____ _
'he jumped $3,000 ball on a " h' h tati h'
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Ill he rnld later, with his gcncr- ig repu on .among
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The Wa shington
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New York charge 'O ie ni Dtlon'1 characteristic mix- peera and Insisted that Times Herald !2tC. E' ff· l,b,
LSD to a minor. · turft of n·•vete, cynicism BeAl's influence hns not '
h t t d
L .., waned. The WeBhi ngton Dail y l'Oewe __
Jail · as no preven e and 1 he desire to shock.
him, however, from plan- Ar rP.t1ted by Madison po- 'The movement people The Evening Star (Wo11hingtonl _
ning 1trategy and tactics for lice for hitchhiking ("I have been keeping in close Th<' Sundl\\' Ster (Washington) --
the counterculture at the r;houlcl have taken the bus, touch w1th him right along," Dail y News <New Yorkl ----
1972 Democratic National but It was such
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beautiful Forcade said in a phone call · ·
Convention in Miami Beach. day
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let my guard down"), from New York. "He would Sunday News <New York ----
It WAS e Ylpple disciple, the ]ring-haired youth was we us as a mall drop and NC'w York PoAt --------
A. J . Webcrman, biographer foupil to be carrying 69 bags phone drop (Beal rarC'ly an- Th<' Nr w York Times ____ _
of Bob Dylan, who said that of niarljuana, according to swered a phone himselD . .
Beal "is the Karl Marx of Pkiinclothes when he wu going around The Dally Yt orld -------
the Yipples, whereas Abbie dele•· llvei who had been the cou!!_try." The New Leader
Hoffman l! the Groucho sear
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· g f hi i th "He'1 a quiet yr!soner," The Wall Street Journal ___ _
Marx." The title ls based on c un or m n e _
a h h d b
commentea Capt. Fred Kie- Thn Nolionol Observer __ __ _
the -fact that Beal was rea- · e a een around <
among the first .to propose nearly two years- fer of the Dane County People'11 World--------
llnklng the psychedelic cul- brouJ?ht up a l970 charire of Shcrifr1 Department. "If he
ture and the )'outh radical hRshlsh, and other had a phone in there we'd
movement. never know he was around."
· ··An early leader of New warrmit.s immediately came After a curaory, apologetic Dnt.c
York' • Provos, the oriizlna- to li ght from New York patting-down, Kiefer !ldmit-
tor of . smoke-ins during City, Milwaukee anll_federal ted a reporter to an hour's
1067'1 "summer of love," he agenci es. • cJoi;ed-door interview wilh
helped guide the · group Beal ii due to be released ·Beal. • •
through ill evolution into April H, at which time he :Real, clad in herringbone
. the· underground Weather- plans to return to New York denims, gave a Black Power
men and the aboveground to go to trial on the 1067 t h u m b -h o o k handshake
Yipples. charge, now reduced to a (which Interviewer mu!fed),
' Ho!lm11n called Beal Ha misdemeanor, according to . said he had just been awak-
unlque blend of street per- his attorney, William M. ened by the 11 a.m. visit,
ion and theoretician" whose Kunsllcr. complained about what he
ca- 13- '72-
political wrltinga "are far Since his arrest he ha• aaw as a curtailment of bis
more Important and lmpre• been visited by a stream of rlghta and talked of suing
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peoJ.>l!. for unlimited visitin& privi-
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'The Secret Service
\\'anted to see me a few day1
ago " he .muttered, "but I
tallc In 1h9RJ.''
they, like a
lot of othcr1, were lnter-
estcd In the
will do at the political con-
year. The strat-
egy at Miami, Beal ex-
plained, Will be based on a
beJJet that -""mF'"Democrat.s
can' t afford to have another
Chicago" and wUl try to de-
flect any counterculture at-
tacks by holding rock con-
rerts, political "orkshops
11nd other harmless actlvJ-
tles for young People.
' "Our basic idea 11 to
, change Where the maJorlty'a
·· head ls at," he said. Accord.
lngly, the Yippfes wm foJ.
low a double strategy; one,
to get young People into the
decision-making •essJona
and, two, to co-opt the media
tesources th.at Will con.
   
The tactics wlll be isrup.
tive but not violent: 'We'll
avoid getting busted unleu
we have to on principle. We
won't force 'em to bloody
our heads." 'l:,b,,re wLll be
imoke-ins, "real• iick guer-
rllla theater" and selective
trashing of lpeclflc urgets.
- What will the Yipple1 do
with the TV and other
dl11 it they capture their

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. kinds of crimes bh:t  
reallv hurt 1ny o Y
mutual-consent sex acts). We
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Tol son ----
F'elt -----
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also want to make the point
that Vietnam Ja no mistake
but the deIJbera.te polfcy
and natural out.come ol Im-
perialism."
For the .RepubHcan con-
ventJon in San Diego, Beal
added, "I understand
there'll be some clvU disobe-
c1tence, like
The rnlstakes Of last Year's
Mayday clvll disobedience
Jn Washington would not be
made by the well-drilled
Yippies, he insisted. For one
thing, traffic was •topped
rnuch too early, before the
rush hour, and, forf:nother,
the demonstrators ailed to
a,gr1 on fnough back-up
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area tor reit'ouping. ·
("They'll alway1 try to cut
off your hue," 11ld .the
Michigan-born revolut1on-
.ary. "You have to have,, a
whole ieriea of alternates. )
Jall may have kept Beal
from more active leadership,
but he llya It also ha1 done
him some good turns. ln the
tradition of lt:ad-
ers he h1a been working on
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book ("l'm to
the actual writing now ), to
be called "The Yippie Mani-
festo." He also hy,cbane;,d
his ideas on drugs, Always
idamant against 1peed,
oln and "death drurs,
he now flas .frown war.v·of
LSD. This J,. quttp 1 •Wilch
for rn11n whose first
1111rier 11t·1ww l or k Un/vr.r.
llt.v night llchnol was on the
rr.J11Uon of acirf to hip rad; .
c1I111m.

Mohr ____ _
Bi1:>hop -----
Miller. E.s._
Callahan ---
Casper -----
(;onrnd -----
Dalbey ___ _
Cleve land ---
Pond e r-----
Bates-----
W aikart ----
Walters----
8 oy ars -----
Te le. Room_
Holmes----
Gandy ____ _
The Wnahi nf?1.on
Times Herold :::.}. •
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Thr. Wnahi ngt.on Daily News -
ThP Eveni ng Ster (Washington) -
The Ster (We11hingt.on) --
. Ooi l,\' News. (Nl'w York> ----
S un<.lu." News (New York----
Nl'w York Post--------
The> Nc>w York Times -----
Thi' Doily Worl d -'--------
. The> Ne w Leader -------
Thl' Wall Strcel Journal - ---
Th<' Nnl ionnl Observer-----
Penplc>'i< World --------
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"·I don't think LSD shnuld
be handed around to prh·ate
citizens," he said. "I n0ti1·cd
that ·"W'hen our people v.·rre
taking it daily they dirin
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much done politic;i\Jy.
.Now it's often adulterated
with STP, does act11al
LS the eye, or other
things that damage lhe
· brain. I might try ,;ome
,again if I were !Ure of its
purity. But unstable, -you
know. Perlshable. It breaks'
down into ergot at 85 rle-
£Tee!. Body heat will do it."
On the other hand, Bral
fivors legalization of
marijuana and wants it to
b4' free-
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that'.1 a revolu-
tionary demand," he poinlC'd
out, literally, with his
fin.i:::cr. "1Iorally v.lr;hould
.c-et free J>Ot, aft ¥.'hat
they've c:fone to us,"·
would be u.-:e l, he
noted ·Jater, In pacifying jH)-
llrP 11nd other
nf the once it had b£>c-n.
dt""1::troyed. "\Ve'd 'like to
avol.d bloodshf'd il possiblr.''
Al'iked· what the revoluUnn-
arie.5 planned to do aflrr
they ha\'e brought the ist..,te
to H" knees, blown up its
bulldini:;s, armirs
"·Hh drugs and gained nt
lon,2' last the undivided at-
te-niion of a dimly oerceivcd
and much-patronized body
known as "the majorit,Y,"
Beal expounded some of the
theories on which his repu-
tation is based:
"\Ve call for a total e11!-.
tural revolution, v.·hicb ·will
ellminate the need fqr
pn'°'•er as '''e kncm.· it. There
would be no crime.s egain:)t
property, for inStance, 1f
there \\'Pre no poor. So
\\-'e'll need a l.!Uaranteed.·in-
come. And Jf "''e do av;•;ty
with victimless crime 1\.!l
well, the total crime prn-
blem be ]e,!;s, there
will he 11. need for a
·· 11gcncv." .
1ronic dcrinltlon n!
"See, the cops '-''<'l'e
wnrrled because ff the crime
r'!te droppf'd off they would
be out o! a }.ob. So they 5et

up these schools, see,
crime can be taught 1tnd
p:i.sserl along: from .one gen-
eration to the next.
Told that this sound! like
worthy of Swift, Beal
shrugged and threw away A
line: - "That's how my mind
works." A minute later, how-
ever, he '\\'as saying that he
·liked the sound -of the "peo-
ple's. ·militia" in Yugoslavia.,
apparently taking the term
at face value in .all innoc-
ence, and was divulging the
profound fact that "Stalin
didn't eliminate the state at
a.11."
He feels that the women'•
equality movement, despite
distraction! by publicity·
seekers, has a great deal to
offer, for '
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women under-
stand that the nuclear fam-
ily is the cornerstone of the
state, emulating a. father:
\Vho i.s unable to love and
'\\'hose Only emotional aatis-
faction is in belonging to a
team, a company, an army
or gomething·., Women, he
said, ·are trying to break:
down that pattern in favor
of a broader one, .a perma-
nent communft that would
Ji!{ve children contacts ·with
Tnany aciult.'I and not im-
prison them with the hanz·
up!> of their parents.
"The proof
ri.cht," he "i1 th&t
Nixon is against ay<are ·
centers." ·
Pollte v.'ith 1>trangert1 but
kno"'n to his best friends a1
a zealot never he15itated
to criticize and instru.ct even
as he ate their foc>d, ana-
lyzed by his mother, 11:rs.
1'.
1
largery Beal o! East Lan·
sing, 11ich., .as a champion
of the underdog who had
been socially rejected by the
rich kids he had gone to
high school v.
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i.tb, Irving
Dana Beal to be a.
young ma.n who is somewhat
uneasy !bout the hostilities
he genses wlthin himself.
Anrl if hH: generation o!
tniddle-clnss, TV T e a r e d
Americans has: any single
distinguishing mark it must
he this Anxiety, cre.q,terl per-
haps by 8 belief that the-
smlling manikin• of
sion's never-never-land a"r•
·what the wdrld aup-
people to be like, that
·Anger is a nP.w invention,
· tlHi.t a.tpne ma.kel revo-
lutionary. ___ . ·-
Rosen ____ _
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Bishop ___ _
Miller, E.$. __ _
Callahan ___ _
Casper ____ _
Conrad-----
Dalbey. ____ _
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\\'aikart ___ _
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Soyars ____ _
Tele. Room __ _
Holmes ____ _
Gandy ____ _
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Time8 Hcrnld
The Wa:.hington Daily·Ne"''s __ _
. The Eveni.ng Star (\Vae.hingt.on) _
The Sunday Star ('\\'aflhinglon) __
Daily News (New York)-----
Sunday Ne\\'S {Nev.· York· ___ _
Ne\\' -York Post--------
The New l'ork Timef: ------
The' Duily 'World-------
The New Leader_. ______ _
The \\'all Street Journal-----
The National Observer-----
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Information copies of enclosed lllll are being furniehed
·to Albany, Chica.go, Detroit, Los Angeles, Miami, New York, and-:o/:''
0'- ... ._ :San Francisco in view of their divisions being •entioned .in infonaa.-
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li!ilwaukee "ill follow TIP activities planned by ""·;
"follows:
Source
Wisconsin YIP activists and insure that the Bureau and 1.nterested
·-governmental agencies, along .. i th appropriate Field Divisions, · ·· .. -.
:a.re advised on a. ti.aely basis of -pertinent developed. t:
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DEPARTMENT
-FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION
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April 26, 1972
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YOUTH INTERNATIONAL PARTY (TIP)
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D1'0!0NSTRATIONS DURING THE D.bli!OCRATIC
NATIONAL CCMVENTION, JULY, 1972 -
MIAMI FWRI.llA
{Reference ts made to Milwaukee memorandum
.April 18, 1972, captioned "Youth International Party (YIP)"
and "Demonstrations During the Democratic National Convention,
July, 1972 - Miami, Florida.")
YOUTH INT.lffiNATICNAL PARTY· .. ,., .•.
The Youth International Party, also
known as Yippies, is a loosely knit,
anti-establishment, revolutionary
youth organization formed in New York
City in January, 1968.
UQoalldautikl
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.<;xcluded from automatic
downgrading and declassification
"This document contains neither recommendations nor conclusions
of the FBI. It is the property o! the FBI and .is "loaned to
your agency; it and its contents are not to be distributed outside
your agency."
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contains information furnished by a confidential source· ·-- - I
continuing value, the unauthorized discloSure of whose ,:_"-
identity may compromise source, thereby pbssibly having "an"-;';c·:::.:-. · .·{:.'
aciverse effect on the defense interests or this   ·"
Information copies of enclosed LHM are being _." ' .:'-. • · ... ,
furnished to Albany, Chicago, Detroit, Lo's /mgeles, Miami;-::;·'.:'. ··
New York, and San Francisco in view of th
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interested gover=ental agencies, along with appropriate-.;c,,.;f,'t;::; ·':\,.
Field Divisions, are advised on a timely [basis of pertinent i:l{) :_· '.:
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UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF
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Milwaukee, Wiaconsin '
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May 12, 1972 "

YOtrrH INTERNATIONAL PARTY (YIP)
DEMONSTRATIONS DURING THE DEMOCRATIC
NATIONAL CONVENTION, JULY, 1972,
MIAMI, FLORIDA
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(Reference i• made to memorandum dated
April 18, 1972, captioned "Youth International Party (YIP)"
and "Demonstrations   the Democratic National Con-
vention, July, 1972, , Florida.") "-\ ._ .
YOUTH INTERNATIONAL PARTY
lbe Youth International Party,
also known as Yippiea, ia a
loosely knit·, anti-establish-
ment, revolutionary youth
organization formed ill New York
City in January, 1968. \A
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'nlis document contains neith r recou:mendations nor con-
clusions of the FBI. It is the property of the FBI and
is loaned to your agency; it and ita contents are not
to be distributed outside your agency.
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YOUTH INTERNATIONAL PARTY (YIP)
DEMONSTRATIONS DURING THE DEMOCRATIC
NATIONAL CONVENTION, .1ULY, 1972,
MIAMI, FLORIDA
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past, advised on .. that Jane
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2 - CHICAGO (RM) (Info) (Encls. 2)
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Si;udent Union for Peace a\1d. Justice (SUPJ.), at Nixon .[.'Clr'
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SPOHSORED BY Pl':ACE f\CTION COUNCIL (PAC)
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until app1'0Xililately 11:15 a.m,,.at which time about 50
pep cent of· the demonstrators· entered Wil:ohire Boulevard
and sat down in the middle of' that street dir0ctly in
front of Nixon For .President headq_uarters The demon,itc·ators
situ<i.t-ed in such a manner that traffic in both
nn:s alY! 1·/·i l Ro·1J1.0.·\;ard 'i:J3.S bJ.oci<ed P.ftCI'
to four minutes of this action, the. demonstrators retlU'_ned
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d'emo;:istrators proceeded from the headquarters to the. front
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Wil8hire .Boulevar:d. The demonstrators blocked the bark
entrance-for around ten lilinutes and "\;hen 0.7)proximately 22
-of them proceeded to the center oi' HD.shire Bou1e'mrd,
aga:t11 bloc1cing b8'ch dir·ecti811fl oJ' t;raffic by standing
acr·oss the er1tire street t·:it;h t!1cir a::::ns lbci<:e·J. .4 t t11i:::-;
time.•· Los Anr;eles Police Department officers apppoacl!ed
the demonstrators. The demonstrato:>.'S left the stPeet and
in \rarious direct·iq.ns it1di viduc.ls ,,.;er·e
arrested at this time. Some five minut0s later, Los
Angeles Polite Department arrested
der.le>Tist1"'ators in f:r·or2t of" lJixon For President }1eada..u.8:1").tcr's.
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IN FORMATIVI; NOTE
Dat e --"7_--=l=--=0=-- - 7:...:2=------
Attached is a   of developments
and protest activities on 7-9-72 in the
Miami, Florida, area in connection with
the Democratic National Convention being
held there this week. Black, antiwar,
· welfare and revolutionary groups were
·1 involved va:{9tisly in a . conference, rally,
"smoke-in and anti-heroin march,·" picket-
ing, press conference, plans for a march
and rally on 7-10-72, and plans for other
activities during the course of the
convention. Gr0ups ranged from about 50
to 3,000 persons. No injuries or arrests
were reported and .activities were generall
peaceful although talk of planned future
activities indi ate e mi ht be some
violence.
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DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL CONVENTION: - NINETEEN SEVENTYTWO
JULY NINE, SEVENTYTWO)
FINAL DAY OF THE FOUR DAY ANNUAL CONFERENCE OF THE
NATIONAL WELFARE RIGHTS ORGINIZATION CNWRO> CONCLUDED WITH A
FUND-RAISING AFFAIR AT THE DUPONT PLAZA HOTEL ON THE NIGHT OF'
JULY EIGHT, SEVENTYTWO. ABOUT EIGHT HUNDRED PERSONS ATTENDED
THE PRINCIPAL SPEA-KER WAS SENATOR GEORGE MCGOVERN. THE EVENT
WAS PEACEFUL AND NO INCIDENTS OCCURRED.
THE NWRO IS A NATfON ORGANIZATION
FORMED TO SEEK INCREASED GOVT. SUPPORT.
THE NWRO NATIONAL UNITY RALLY WAS HELD
PARK, MIAMI, ON THE AFTERNOON OF' JULY NINE,'SEVENTYTWO, WITH
A130UT THREE THOUSAND PERSONS IN ATTENDANCE. S.PEAKERS INCLUDED
IDUTHERfi CHRISTI AN. LEA DE RS HI e 9,0 NFERENCE CSCLC) LEADER Q
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rBERNATHY AND NATIONAL TENANTS ORGANIZATION CNTO> LEADER JESSE
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Mr. Felt--
Mr. Bates--
Mr. Bishop-
Mr. Cal\ahan -
Mr. Campbell -
Mr. Cleveland -
Mr. Conrad-
Mr. Da\beY-
Mr. Jenkin11 -
Mr. Marshall
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Mr. Ponder-
Mr. Soyara-
Mr. Walters -
Tele. Room-
Mr . Kinley-
Mr. Armstrong -
Ms. Herwig-
Mrs. Neenan -
GRAY. SEVERAL MEMBERS OF' THE MALCOLM X UNITED LifERATIO'N··FRQrQ,
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A BLACK ACTI'JIST ORGANIZATION FROM TALLAHASSEE, FLA t., AS WELL AS
OTHER BLACK AND WHITE PROTEST GROUPS, PASSED OUT LITERATURE AMONG
THE ASSEMBLY. NO INCIDENTS OCCURRED AND THE AFFAIR WAS PEACEFUL.
THE SCLC IS A CIVIL RIGHTS GROUP HEADQUARTERED IN
ATLANTA, GA.
THE NTO IS A NATIONAL TENANTS GROUP INVOLVED IN LAND-
LORD - NT RELATIONSHIPS.
THE ZIPPIES HELD THEIR SCHEDULED "SMOKE IN AND ANTI-HEROIN
MARCH" AT MIA!"JI BEACH ON THE AFTERNOON OF JULY NINE, SEVENTYTWO.
THIS WAS EXTREMELY SUCCESSFUL FROM THE ZIPPIES• STANDPOINT SINCE
MANY PROTEST GROUPS WHICH ORIGINALLY OPPOSED THIS ACTIVITY,
INCLUDING THE RIVAL YOUTH INTERNATIONAL PARTY NIP> FACTION,
JOINED IN THE MARCH. THE GROUP ASSEMBLED AT FLAMINGO PARK ABOUT
TWO PM AND MARCHED TO THE CONVENTION HALL AND BACK, SMOKING ON
··THE WAY. AT THE HEIGHT OF THE DEMONSTRATION ABOUT TWO HUNDRED
TO THREE HUNDRED PERSONS WERE PARTICIPATING. LOCAL POLICE DID
NOT INTERFERE WITH THIS ACTIVITY AND IT WAS ENTIRELY PEACEFUL.
THE YIP IS AN ANTI -ESTABLISHMENT REVOLUTIONARY YOUTH
ORGANIZATION• AND THE Z IPPI ES IS AN OFF -SHOOT OF THE YIP.
THE ZIPPIE FACTION IS U<PERIENCING FACTIONAL DIFFICULTIES,
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A.RRI\IED IN THE MIAMI AREA.
DETAILS HAVE NOT BEEN FORMULATED AND NO DATE FOR THIS ACTIVITY
HAS BEEN SET •
THE SDS IS A NATIONAL REVOLUTIONARY STUDENT ORGANIZATION.
THE VVA'il IS A MILITANT NATIONAL VETERANS ORGANIZATION
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OPPOSED TO U.S. INVOLVEMENT IN INDOCHINA.
PEOPLES COALITION FOR PEACE AND JUSTICE cPCPJ) LEADER DAVE
DELLINGER, ACC0f'iPAiHED AMONG 0Tf1ERS BY VV.0.1:1 LEADER BARRY ROMO,
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. HELD A PRESS CONFERf:NCE ON THE AFTERNOON OF JULY NINE, SE\IENTYTWO,
AT MIAMI BEACH, DELLINGER CRITICIZED THE FBI A ND THE U .S, DEPT,
OF' JUSTICE FOR SERVING SUBPOENAES ON VVAW LEADERS REQUIRING THEIR
APPEARANCE BEFORE A FEDERAL GRAND JURY IN TALLAHASSEE, FLA., ON
JULY TEN, SEVENTYT\o!O, STATING THAT THE VVAW HAD RECEIVED INFOR-
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PREVENT. THESE VVAW MEMSERS FROM PARTICIPATING IN PROTEST ACTIVITIES
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. AT THE CONVENTION. DELLINGER ALSO ALLEGED THAT INFORMATION HAD
BEEN RECEIVED THAT ASSASSINATION ATTEMPTS WOULD BE MADE AGAINST
VA·RIOUS MOVEMENT FIGURES AND IF' SUCH ATTEMPTS WERE MADE, THE
FUBLIC WOULD KNOW WHO WAS RESPONSIBLE.
THE LOCAL PRESS IN MIAMI HAS REPORTED THAT A SPOKESMAN F'OR
THE AMERICAN INDIAN _fY!OVEMENT STATED THAT ABOUT THREE HUNDRED TO
FOUR HUNDRED AMERICAN INDIANS PLANNED TO PROTEST AT THE DEMOCRATIC
CDNVENTION, THESE INDIANS BEING DRAWN FROM TRIBES F'RQ_M CALIF'. TO
FLORIDA. THEY REPORTEDLY WILL BE PROTESTING THE LACK OF' REPRE-
SENTATIOM OF' INDIANS AT THE CONVENTION AND THE MILD PLANK ON
INDIAN RIGHTS IN THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY PLATFORM.
AN ANTI-VIETNAM W.AR MARCH AND RALLY Hti.S BEEN SCHEDULED FOR
TEN AM, JULY TEN, SEVEMTYT\l.'0, BY A COALITION OF' THE VARIOUS
PROTEST GROUPS CAMPING AT FLAMINGO PARK LED BY THE MIAMI
roNVENTION COALITIOrJ (·1CC). THE MARCH F'ROft FLAMINGO PARK TO THE
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CONVENTION   WILL BE DESIGNED TO EXPRESS SOLIDARITY WITH THE
OORTH VIETNAMESE PEOPLE AND TO SUPPORT THE SE:VEN POINT PEACE PLAN
OF THE PROVISIONAL REVOLUTIONARY GOVERNMENT OF' NORTH VIETNAM.
THE MCC WAS FOUND TO COORDINATE ACTIVITIES OF GROUPS
  AT THE NINETEEN SEVENTYTWO POLITICAL CONVENTIONS.
END PAGE FOUR.
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ON THE NIGHT OF JULY NINE, SEVENTYTWO, THE MIAMI WOMENS
C!>ALITION, THE WOMENS GROUP OF THE MCC, ACCOMPANIED BY MEMBERS OF
THE SDS, VVAW AND WORKERS ACTION MOVEMENT CWAM>, CONDUCTED A -
PICKET OF THE PLAYBOY PLAZA HOTEL, MIAMI BEACH. ABOUT TWO HUNDRED
PERSONS PARTICIPATED. AT ONE POINT DURING THIS PICKET, THE
DEMONSTRATORS BEGAN HARASSING OCCUPANTS OF CARS ENTERING AND
• • \ • foe • •
LEAVING THE HOTEL. ALSO, A GROUP OF' DEMONSTRATORS LED BY SOS
LEADER ATTEMPTED TO ENTER THE HOTEL BUT TURNED
BACK BY POLICE. ABOUT EIGHT TWENTY PM, APPROXIMATELY F'IFTY
DEMONSTRATORS FORMED A HUMAN CHAIN AND SEALED OFF THE SOUTHERN
DRIVEWAY OF THE HOTEL. AT THIS   A LARGE CONTINGENT OF'
BACK -UP POLICE ARRIVED.ON THE SCENE IN STATE POLICE CARS AND THE
DEMONSTRATORS VOLUNTARILY DISPERSED. FOLLOWING THIS, THE
REASSEM3LED AND MARCHED TO THE FONTAINEBLEAU HOTEL.
UPON ARRIVAL AT -THIS HOTEL, THE GROUP APPARENTLY DECIDED
AGAINST CONTINUATION OF THE PICKET AND DISPERSED, RETURNING TO
THE FLAMINGO PARK CAMP SITE. NO OTHER INCIDENTS OCCURRED AND
00 ARRESTS WERE MADE.
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THE WAM WAS RECENTLY FORMED BY J"HE PROGRESSIVE LABOR
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THE PLP IS A REVOLUTIONARY MARXIST -LENINIST PARTY FORMED
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DEMONSTRATION AT DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL CONVENTION, MIAMI
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l!lIDEM, MIAMI FILE EIGHTY-ONE FIVE THREE FIVE
WAW CALLED SECRET M'EETING FOR TEN AM AT THE VVAW TENT IN
FLAMINGO PARK. ONLY TOP VVAW PERSONNEL BEING ADMITTED.
l'EETING rs SET TO DETERMINE PLAN FOR GAINING ENTRANCE INTO
O'.>RVENTION CENTER DURING FOUR Pl'! MARCH JULY ELEVEN, SEVENTYTWO.
    THE NEW YORK f R)JL)J':L REPRESENT_=.
THE ZIPPIE FACTION AT THE MEETING TO FORl'IULATE PLANS FOR -·
THE ASSAULT.
VVAW IS A NATIONAL VETERANS ORGANIZATION ·OPPOSED TO U.S.
Il'IVOLVEMENT IN INDOCHINA,
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r.fr. Felt __ _
Mr. Bates __
Mr. ·Bishop __
Mr. Callflhan
/\{r. Campbell_
Mr. Cleveland_
Mr. Conrad_. _
Mr. Dalbey __
Mr. Jenkins __
l\.ir. Mnn:;hvll __
l'ltr. Miller, E.S.
Mr. Ponder_ ...,_
Mr. Soyars_._,·
Mr.
Tele. Room __ ·
Mr. Kinley __
Mr. Armstrong_
Ms. Herwig __
Mrs. Neenan _
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YIP IS A LOOSELY KNIT ANTI-ESTABl.ISHMENT, REVOLUTIONARY
'IOUTH ORGANIZATION •
ZIP IS AN OF'F -SHOOT OF THE: YIP.
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III. MISCELLANEOUS
The "Village Voice", a NYC weekly newspaper, contained
an article on December 2, 1971, Page 59, captioned, "DYLAN
and WEBERMAN: A Letter" which re:f"lect s in part as follows:
"We ask A. J. WEBERMAN to publicly apologize to
BOB DYLAN for leading a public campaign of lies and malicious
slander against DYLAN in the past year . It is about time
someone came to DYLAN's defense when A. J. published erticles
and went on radio calling DYLAN a junkie-which he never wes-
attacked DYLAN for "deserting the movement"-when he was
there before the movement and helped create it- and publicized
DYLAN's address and phone-exposing BOB and his wire and ·chilaren
to public embarrassment and a b u ~ e  
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"WEBERMAN tried to make e name for himself by
attacking DYLAN end proclaiming himself a Dylanologist or
something like that. No one else named WEBERMAN en expert
on DYLAN. WEBERMAN cells himself en expert, end ell of e
sudden the press is ell over him trying to get information or
gossip about DYLAN. Now whenever someone writes about BOB
DYLAN, they also interview A. J. because he is e self-
proclaimed authority on DYLAN's music. A. J. claims every-
thing DYLAN writes is either about WEBERMAN or about heroin.
Whet bullshit!" ·
"A. J. WEBERMAN's campaign-and the[IX)vement's complicity
in it- is in the current fed of everyone in the revolution
attacking each other end spreading false rumors about each other.
It's time we defended end loved each other- and saved our anger
for the true   ignorance and greed destroys our planet."
. The letter was signed "The Rock Liberation Front:
DAVID PEEL, JERRY RUBIN, YOKO ONO, JOHN LENNON.
The "Village Voice" dated December 30 1971, Page
61, c6nteined a letter to editor captioned J. Come,
A. J. Go," which reflects as follows:
"To JOHN, YQKO, JERRY, end DAVID-you come to America,
check out of the St. Regis Hotel, and check into the Village,
where you immediately strike up e frlendship with JERRY RUBlN,
who is into everything you want to get into."
"JERRY, after ell being a Yippie with'- Yippie tendencies,
introduces you to DAVID PEEL, the "perk bench singer," who
just happens to be without a recording contract. Zam. DAVID
PEEL breaks into Apple Records."
"Now DAVID, as fer beck as we can remember, you enc:J
\oJEBERMAN were a . duet. Remember 'A. J. A. J. \oJEBERMAN?''" No,
I guess not. I mean, when it comes to choosing between being
famous or having e real friend, being famous will always win
out."
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and naturally they began rapping. Between the r p, DYLAN
must have mentioned that a guy named ALAN JULIUS ·wEBERMAN v
had been bothering him for the longes me. a er,  
seeing RUBIN and PEEL mentioned that DYLAN had told him
was a pest and he {DYLAN) didn't know how to get
rid of him. LENNON, RUBIN, end PEEL immediately took it
upon themselves to help DYLAN get rid of WEBERMAN. RUBIN
called A. J. up, and who knows whet they said to him.
WEBERMAN immedia12ly wrote an apology into The Voice (Voice,
December 9) who promptly misquoted him

word which
changed the context of the whole letter.
"The question here is, exactly what was used to
convince A. J. to mend his ways? Wes it LENNON's money?
Or was it RUBIN
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UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE
FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION
New York, New York
JUL 7 1972
lITfile 100-174558
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Party
Reference
is made to report of Special Agent
dated and captioned as above at New York.
All sources (except any listed below) whose identities
are concealed in referenced communication have furnished reliable
information in the past.
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Thia document conta:ln• neither rttcommendationa nor conclu•1ona of the FBI. It 1• the property
of the FBI and ta loaned to your 09ency; .Lt and J.ta content& <Ue not to be distributed out•Jde
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ReMlltel dated· 7/10/72, ·captioned "Youth International Party
.,....,_ \ (YIP) , IS - YIP; MIDEK; MIREP."
i . Referenced teletype notes that Tom Forcade and Patrick Small
' have been ousted from their leadership positions in the Zi ppie

organization and that the Zippies were now being led by Dana Beal and
•:A. J. Weberman. Recipients are aware that Dana Beal is actually
. Irving Dana Beal, a leading YIP theoretician recently released from
) jail in Wisco·nsin. .
Concerning A. J. Weberman, Bureau files disclose
LUM dated 5/12/72, captioned "Youth International Party (YIP);
Demonstrations During the Democratic National Convention, 7/72, Miami,
Florida," on page 2 notes that during a visit to New York,
Shirley Jane Hopper , YIP functionary from Madison, Wisconsi n, stayed j
at the residence of one A. J. Weberman located at 6 Bleeker Street,
New York City. Bureau files · also disclose that an article appearing
. in ' 'The New York Times," dated 7/26/71, on page 16 identified one 5
A. J. Weberman as "an unofficial biographer of Bob Dylan." Said o
Times article contained information concerning Irving Dana Beal,
furnished by -Weberman. In addition to the foregoing references, it
is noted that New York report dated 6/28/68, captioned "Free School g
of New York, IS - Miscellaneous," on page 7 identified one Alan Jules
Weberman as a member of the faculty of . the Free School of New York
and identified him as the "author of forthcoming book on Dylan." =>
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receipt of Miami· response, New York immediately initiate · ·.
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investigation regarding Weberman and submit LHM by cover airtel
to Bu.reau and Miami in accordance with instructions contained
in Bu.reau airtel.to all offices dated 4/3/72, captioned "CALREP;
M.IDEJ4." · " , · . •.
Miami continue to follow activities of subject in
accordance with existing instructions regarding coverage of YIP
and YIP-Zippie members during their stay in Miami.
NOTE:
'YIP is a loosely-knit, antiestablishment, revolutionary
youth organization with proven ability to incite large-scale
violence against established authority. Zippie is an .. off.shoot
of the YIP and both organizations cu.rrently established in Miami
to engage in protest and disruptive actions principally aimed at
the Republican National Convention. In view of Weberman's leader-
ship role in the Zippies, his complete identity should be
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OJ;"and Jury in connection with that matter.· ALLES GDTSBBRCJ ".'.:. · ..
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Pl.ori4a Atlantic Univer•ity that the YIP woul4 •ponaor · ..
fil.JI •The Seven• at that campu• at 1 PM on Ju'ly 5·, .': < ·_ .· :.
' !lotice• were also posted on that campua that ABBIB :· . .-: _ .. : .:: .... . . ._
. ,_ B>FPMAN of YIP would speak at the campu'• on Juiy 6, 1972 • . :· : . .
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.. .. . .. " JERRY RUBIN and ABBIB HOFFMAN on·June 18, 1970 were : .. :-:.:.:·/·
;:: · . found guilty of anti-riot law ·violations that . arose ·fr'om · :. _.. {-/::: · ·
> ·activities during tl)• Democratic Rational Convention .in . . \ r.· :: __
·· ': · .. O\icago, Illinoi•, ·in Augu•t, 1968. Pending an appeal, they ·: ... '. . ·:
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occupy Miami Beach thia aunmer?•, •war Ain't. • •   '·> .. _·-.
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were in costume and reportedly imraitat.ed MITCHELL . · .
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. the best way they ·cou1d. do it. was by the ,:·· ::; • .- : ·:
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There are about 33 membera ·of YIP now at Miami '
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lAlrmau• Park on July ·2, 1972, primarily to get the 88nior
citizen• to oome over to the YIP way of thinking. About a . .
total of 600. people were there, 300 of which woul4 normally ·· : · .
be at the park on a Sunc!ay afternoon and probably about 300. . . ··.
turned out to aee What was going on. 'l'here was no violence, .· ·
although there wa• a little problem about •ome of t.h• ol4er < · · ·
Hnior citizen• trying to grab up too food and janninq .... : _: ·
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of there and moat of the collective and a apokeaman, :·. · .. ·.:·
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plcnio wa• aimed at diapelling ••care• rumors and debunking _' . .. ·_- : ·
of ta'l.k of crime in th• atreet•. Also, JCNIGHTBYRD had · . '. .
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aupporting a non-violence pact proposed by RENNIE DAVIS and : -
the Coalition for Peace and Justice. KNIGHTBYRD indicated .: · ·
that the YIP• thought there had been too much •tr••• on .. · · · . ..
violence aDd that a peacefulness pact is better than a ;-_: '. .: :  
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July 8, 1972, at Flamingo Park, Which i• not actually .. :'. ·· · ·
aponsored by YIP, but YIP intend• to attend there. The ZIP• · · ·. '
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and PAT SMALL continue• to live at· .
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on July 6, 1972. The demonstration consisted of 78 individuals
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for about 20 minutes and then spoke t.o the newa media for a ·
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parking lot of the club and· again talked to the news media. · ·:·' • ·:· ·
The spokesman and STEWART ALBERT who spoke about Jews and ·. :. :.: · :...
black• not being a&nitted t.o La Goree Country Club an4 .- · · . .- • .
discrimination in general. Zn addition, there were a few : · • . ·•· · .. . : · . ',·
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discrimination at. this country club. Thia person •aid be .. · · · ;'. .... - , .. ... ..
could not be a member of the club because be wa• · .. .
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position with debate centering
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Xnternal factionalism produced
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maintains it• national headquarter• at Boston, ·. ·: · .
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Miami Beach, Which took place on JUly 6, 1972, was · actually .. . .
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share fea•t with "the eenior citizens, non-delegate•, . . : .. :·
and the whole community• to be held at 6130 PM, Sunday, · . . · -.- ·::: · . ..
July 9, at the Flamingo Park Baseball Field, Miami Beach/ ...-... · .. · .
It waa •tated there would be an "acre of watermelons ·· ·
sculptured as NIXON'• face" for you to •devour.• . In
the YIP• have to support the amoke-in which. is t.o . · ·:: .. ·
in the late afternoon or evening of July 9. Thia anoke-in t · ..
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is primarily a project of the ff-·factm of th•
YIP headed by
members of the   Park on .. . .
a continuous baaia to try t.o collect money for the smoke-in. ·
·'l'he plans were that there would be· a program about 10 PM on
July 9, 1972 on the patio of lmmlus Park Auditorium, Miami
.Beach, at -Which AI.I.RN GINSBERG and ABBIE HOFFMAN would
appear. Plans also called for a •wedding of the generation••
further described as a •ymbolic of the old and i;h• · ·
The SCLC was placed in charge of matter• at Flamingo
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In. conne-ction with the var oua
groups at e Flamingo Park camp •ite, the Gay Activist•
Alliance, the Vietnam Veterans Against the War, and the Miami
Conventions Coalition, all indicated they would not aign any
agreements of SCLC. The Yippies do not want any •Jesus freak••
preaching around th• camp site and this also wa• a problem - · .
_var_ious at the Park camp . • . . ·. ·
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was · formed at a meeting_ : · ·· ·· . · .. - . ... - · ·
in Washington, D.c., on -
May 20, 1972 as a coalition of · . · .. : : . . -
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On Sunday, July 2, 1972, a picnic waa ·held at ·· . ·: : .
9th Street and 09ean Drive, Miami Beach, Which was primarily
put on for the senior citizens. There were about 75 Yippiea ·"
and about 400 people altogether. The senior citizen• ·
outnumbered the Yippies by a ratio of about four to one a·nd-. · · · · ·
it waa held by the Yippi•s basically to get the support
of the eenior citizens or older· people in Miami Beach. During · ·
the picnic, PATRICK SMALL with five follower• appeared and .
attempted t.o 80licit money for the Zippies. At this time -. ·,:· :· -__ ._ :
aomeone connected with the Yippies made a speech to the
effect t.hat PATRICK SHALL and his group were no longer part · ..
of t.he Yippiea and PATRICK SHALL departed. There were no
problems in connection with this picnic and after it wa• .. -·:.
over th• area was cleaned up by the
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The free •hare feast scheduled for Sunday, :,.
July 9, 1972, waa held and food, particularly watermelon•,
di•tributed by the YIP• to the senior citizen•. Therewaa . · .
no violence in regard t.o this affair. . . .
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were •tr•wn into a canal at that location and a •mall caaket
floated on th• water a• •ymbolic reference to the death Qf
NGUYEN 'l'HAI BINH, a Vietnamese killed during a hijack attempt
during th• previous week. The group departed this location .
at about 2130 PM and marched one block to the Miami Beach
Convent.ion Center Where they again gathered and passed out . . .
a pamphlet eriticizing the killing of THAI and in general ·· . · . . :-
United States involvement in Vietnam. Member• of the Youth . .
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faction of the YIP and supported by YIP. There were about · ·. :.
2) O or 300 in the 81DOke-in and they marched from the park to · . . :
the Convention Hall. There was smoking on the way and by · · ·
the ·time the marchers reached the Convention Hall, there
were about BOO or 900 people. Many of them joined the line
of march aa it proceeded. After being there for a abort
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going on at Flamingo Park.
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The YIPs and the ZIPa Published art.icle Vhldt. ·.
referred to a march and demonstration to be held on July 11, .
1972. Thi• also related to •ome ·additional plan•• : . .
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· •At high noon today, Tuesday, the YIP/Zippie : .· ·
pull• down the zipper• of the candidate•. '
•Assemble by the Flamingo Park stage for the
'Know your candidate parade' to the convention center and · ·
beyond. The entire march route will consist. of right turn• · . · ·.
to honor George McGovern•• recent back peddling on the ·· _. ·. ,
issues of 1972 euch a• pot, . abortion, ailitary spending, and · . . · .· ·.
Donald Duck.
• •0nce at the convention hall, there will be the ·· ' ·
'laugh-in for •   a 'yawn-in for Wilbur Mill•', a :.
'took-in for Olisholra', and an •egg-in for hUJUpty dwnpty• • · ···
Expert• will once again attempt. to put hwupty 4wnpty back
together again. The 'put Teddy in the driver• a seat . .
brigade• will also dedicate the moat on the north aide of · . ' :. : ·. , -
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follow pursued by mask-wearing members of the Bremer Defense
· League. Once on the beach, it. will be sink or swim for · the
washed-up George. . , ..
•At 3100 PM on .Tuesday, if survive all of the
above, we'll conduct an 'abortion and prison reform march'
from Flamingo Park to the convention hall. We'll graphically
dramatize women's rights and need for abortion upon demand.
'lite Zippiea will also call for the total integration of the .-..·
u.s. prison system and its several million population back ·· · ·
into the mainstream of American society. Our solution to . 't · · .:·.'.
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On the night of July 8, 1972, it was apparent that
Flamingo Park, Miami Beach, was being developed into a ·
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time. The demonstration was organized in place of the proposed
SOS demonstration at the Miami Beach Police Department, which
had originally been scheduled for 2 :OO P. M. This alternate · ·. .
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About 300 of them got into the lobby, occupied the lobby, ..
and aoved into a ballroom off the ·1obby. The general ·purpose
of the demonstration was to get Senator MC GOVERN to speak· to
them concerning his policies on Vietnam and on tax ref ora.
The SDS group also wanted MC GOVERN to sign their anti-racism .
bill. Tbe overall group wanted to express their feelings to· .
MC GOVERN concerning an incident on July 9, 1972, when a ·· ·-
black woman was struck by an automobile being driven by E. "C. ·· ·
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and were chanting, "Justice for Gays". At approximately · . :· .!
5:30 P.M., MC GOVERN was given fifteen minutes to come down ·· ....
and speak to the demonstrators or they threatened to go up · .. . . ·
into the hotel. This ultimatum was apparently forgotten . . ·· . .. =·.' · ..
temporarily as no action was takerf to get MC GOVERN to ttie ··. · · · ":" · ·.
lobby. During the course of the demonstration, the SDS · · .. · ' ·· ·
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:forces would hav'll to be organized if they wanted to defeat ./:.
NIXON and his capitalistic pigs, This occurred on July ·11, '· ·
· 1972. They also talked about getting wheelcha:l,rs ready .· ",; ·:>
:for the "Wheelchairs for Wallace" parade, Some of the ·:.
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march, which consisted of about 400 people. The march went • .:. · ·· · ·,
·to the Convention Hall area and a WALLACE wheelchair was. :.
thrown over the fence. ·The demonstrators then went to a ....... .
bridge over a creek outside the hall and had a false
KENNEDY attack by th.rowing a wooden steering wheel in the ., ·.
water and singing "Bridge Over Troubled Waters"., and naming··.'·
the moat "l!ary Jo Causeway". There was quite a bit of obscene . .-.... :
language used, some of which was on posters. They were · .. ·
predicting anywhere from 20, 000 to 40, 000 people :for the } . ·,. · ..
Republican Convention, · There is a great deal of strife •. '/ . .,; .•. ,, ,.
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from various organizations, among whom was STEWART ALBERT ,_ .
of the Yippies. The meeting was to discuss the forthcoming · ·
convention and to ·make general plans. Also the meeting was :
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financially and very low on funds. As of July 7, 1972, they -
were having trouble getting sufficient grass for their · · ... :.'.:.::·.
smoke-in. The purpose 9f the smoke-in was to emphasize
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organizations. The organizations which voted them out 'did -;'-'.'.'.'';ti·'·.
so at a meeting held on the night of July 5, 1972, at the •:·.-.--;·. ·
Crest Hotel, Miami Beach, and these were the National Welfare·:';,-.··
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organizations were represented, a.nd one person attending '·:: :::/
was JERRY RUBIN of YIP. TOM FORCADE was also present at ...
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purpose of the meeting was to agree on ground rules on the
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to begin with, but were turned back by the Florida Highway ·::,;" ..
Patrol and membeJS of other" local police agencies. However, :· , ..
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to continue their actions. Subsequently, the demonstrators .· ·: · · ·
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and moved into a: ballroom· off the 'lobby. The general ·purpose · .. :.,
of the demonstration was to get Senator MC GOVERN to speak· to . · .··.C.:
them concerning his policies on Vietnam and on tax reform.· · ·./· ·
The SDS group also wanted MC GOVERN to sign their anti-racism · .. , .
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MC GOVERN concerning an incident on July 9, 1972, when a _· ·:: .::<'". !
black woman was struck by an automobile being driven by E. ::c. > ..'····- ·
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Senator INOUYE of Hawaii, They wanted RAVENHOLT to be held.'."· '"."
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"Know Your Candidate Parade", It started at Flamingo Park -:-.. · ·
and proceeded to the Convention Center and at the Convention '..: · .
Hall area, they had slogans such as "Laugh-In for Muskie",-... ;·, .• · ..
"Yawn-In for Mills", "Toke-In for Chisholm", "Egg-In for Humpty },:,;,,.,:, .
Dumpty". Also they talked about "Putting Teddy in· the . _ _. ·:.
Driver's Seat", and talked about a moat on the north side · ·.-. .;,·;,.:,· .. ;
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The demonstration ended with a Wallace Wheelchair .Race. -..-'>., . .-:··
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The Zippies went to the Victor Hotel around ·
5:30 P.M., and about 80 of them took over the lobby and ·
insisted MC GOVERN come to see them. The Victor Hotel -
1• the Young Democratic headquarters. The reason for
this demonstration was that they thoughtMC GOVERN had
compromised himself .on his former stand on tax reform and
Vietnam. By 7:30 P.M., the Zippies left the hotel. No
·representative of MC GOVERN appeared. There were no
incident•.
'nle Zippiea are not going to demonstrate -at the
Fontainebleau Hotel on July 13, but instead plan an · "Eat
the Rich Day", and they will do this about 8:00 P.M.,
leaving Flamingo Park for the Convention Center. They ·
intend to ush an old Cadillac t the Center and set it
afire.
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The Zippies conducted an "Eat" the Rich" march ' ·
and demonstration on the evening of July 13, 1972. Thia
was actually a combined YIP-ZIP march, and they carried a
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in place of the original idea of burning the old Cadillac .· . .
belonging to TOM FORCADE at the convention site. At the
convention site, there were about 250 of ·these demonstrator•,
and they burned the portrait of tYNOON B; JOHNSON and took a
vote on whether or not to crash the fence. This vote waa ·
conducted by ·PATRICK SMALL of the Zippies, and they voted ····
against it. Zippie leaders TOK FORCADE and PATRICK SMALL ·. ' -•.,
appeared to be the leaders of this march and demonstration. ·
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the Victor Hotel, Miami Beach, where the Young Democrat• ·. ·
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They thought MC GOVERN had compromised himself.on his .. ... "·:
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members of the Mia.mi Conventions ·Coalition:baded bags of
dirt and proceeded. to the convention area. ·Tue purpose ·
was to shape a dike representing the dikes in Vietnam which
have been reportedly bombed. There were 25 people going . _, · •
)thite-fa.ced with candles. RENNIE DAVIS ere, CAR.Q1!._·' •· .. ' • ..· .• · ". ·
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large portrait of LYNDON B. JOHNSON was -burned, About 200 .to•'/:.'
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Albion Hotel, Miami Beach, on July 14, 1972, by the '· .·
RUBIN did not appear •. This was to be a "retirement party";. : .
in addition, which meant his retirement from YIP.
the afternoon, some members of the Zippie faction banged on :,:·- ·
the door and yelled that they, the Yippies, were living
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JERRY RUBIN at the Albion Hotel on July 14, ·1912, :he was ·
to be given a cheap gold watch and a ·case of ABBIE.
HOFFMAN'• book with the name scratched off • . The name of ··
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The Zippies are continually in a turmoil, distrust
each other, and have a paranoid about this. They seem to be
"loose", wanting to go their separate ways. The Zippies ·. ·: ·--.
still have their head uarters and -live at 3113 Mary Street, ,.
Coconut Grove, ·
Zippies have planned a scenario for the Republican
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out because the ZIPs are disenchanted with their repeated ·::; .".:·.;·
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on July 6, 1972, PATRICK SMALL was sentenced in
Municipal Court, Miami Beach, Florida, to 90 days in the ...
Dade County Stockade, The execution of sentence was ·stayed,
and bond was recommended at $1500.00. This was in connection .:.
with a disorderly conduct charge as a result of PATRICK . _-, ···· .· ...
SMALL'S throwing a pie at Councilman ROSEN at the meeting -of ·
the Miami Beach City Council on June 23, 1972. · .. : ·>--> ... · ·
On Jl,llY 10, 1972, the Zippie faction of the Yippies ·;::.
marched to Miami Beach Municipal Court in support of PATRICK : ·
SMALL, who was to appear before the court on charges of ..
disorderly conduct relative to throwing a pie at Councilman··';'· ..
ROSEN of the Miami Beach City Council a few weeks previously •.. · ·· ..
The Zippies had several pies with them but did not throw them
after being told the bearing had been cancelled for the day
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The YIP .National Collective has ceased to exi•t
as a functioning unit although it will continue as an
administrative group handling YIP finances. The collective
has been replaced by a 25-to-30-member "Task
A meeting of the YIP Collective was held on . .
July 17, 1972. The National Collective was abandoned as a ·
functioning unit but they will pay for their own living ·
expenses, the YIP office rent, and the YIP telephone
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day he died. ANGELA DAVIS might be asked to come to Miami
for that day. ·
Viet Cong Day - to popularize Viet Cong
culture and music and raise money for humanitarian causes
in that country. · ·
3. Street Without Joy (detailed in the newspaper
"Unconventional News", published by the YIP).
4. Day of Unacceptance (detailed in ''Unconventional
News", by YIP). ..
5. Expose '72, originally planned for San Diego
by the San Diego Coalition.
6. Pre-Convention Programs, to build
momentum.
. 7. Land Committee, ·committee to deal with such .
non-controversial subjects as services to the campsi tea, .. : ·
water to the campsites, . people's government to settle .
disputes, lay out group sites and to keep the Jesus Freaks ..
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Tallahassee and to Paris
leave for Paris July 18,
on speaking tours across
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to talk to Madame BINH. The people · " . . ·
1972. This committee will also go
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in the form of newspapers and radio spot announcements. ·_.:_" .
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10. A committee to negotiate for permits.
. 11. Fund-raising Committee, to put on a concert ··. · '"!'.
in addition to the YIP concert. The YIPs have hired Jefferson
Airplnne and several other large groups. . ....
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Coalition office on the campsite., ·- -· · .. -
13. A committee to organize.local
14. A coalition building task force • .
The Black Panther Party is a black ,.
extremist organization started at . .. ····
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with American flags; apple pies will be tossed
at a blown-up picture of MARTHA RAYE, who
represents "mom". A sunrise to moonrise .
"second coming of Jesus Christ" with the idea
to tie in the complacency of the right wing
of the church with the right wing of the
Government.
August 21, 1972 .
Women'• Day, using a moon over Miami theme
and featuring an anti-Pope march pointing
out the Pope is anti-women by virtue -0f bis
position on abortion and birth control.
August 22, 1972
Honor NIXON Day, featuring a celebration of
death. The idea is to have ·a sarcastic series
of guerrilla theaters with the idea of supporting
NIXON is supporting war, . repression and racism.
August 23, 1972
Cooperation with other groups in a "mass civil
disobedience  
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Zippies will call a YIP Congress to ·rid the YIP
of its current leadership.
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"Republican Convention Plans" bas been distributed. .Thi•
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"Dishonor America Day". The Zippies will
present "The second coming"; Jesus in a Zippie · · :
T-shirt will descent and lead a march on the ·
Convention Hall burying a cross with BILLY GRAHAM
on it. At the hall there will be a "piss-in"
on objects of honkie culture. A Cadillac"
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will be destroyed. Apple pies will be
thrown to running dogs, flags burned, and
other activities. A free marijuana rally
will be held at the campsite. · ·
Moonrise, August 20, 1972, to
Moonrise, August 21, 1972
This will be a day in support of Women's Day.
Zippie free women will ridicule the theatre and
march against leading male chauvinists of the
time, including the Pope and NIXON among many
others.
Monday, August 21, 1972
Repression rally and march. Issues of
repression such as the youth community;
prison reforms, computer files, police
brutality, free speech and assembly, will
be accentuated.
Tuesday, August 22, 1972
Abortion reform rally and march against NIXON
and the Pope.
Wednesday, August 23, 1972
"Imperialism Day". Protest rally and massive
march against imperialism and American colonized
countries. . •
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Thursday, August 24, 1972
"Celebration of Death". After NIXON'S nomination,
a Zippies march for NIXON will be held which will
_include burning of United States identification
cards and filling out alien registration forms
listing Zippies as residen'E of "free nation". c
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people would be hurt. The Zippies cannot bear the heat
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As of July 20, 1972, there were reportedly . .. · . . .. · .. "·. ·.
approximately 25 active YIP members and about 6 persons
interested in the movement, participating in YIP ..
There were approximately 20 members of the Zippies in ·
their particular faction as of July 20, 1972.
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On July 14, 1972, there was a meeting held at
the Jewish Cultural Center, Fifth and Lenox Avenue, Miami
Beach, which was a critique of the actions which transpired ·
during the time of the Democratic Convention and to plan
strategy for actions during the Republican Convention. ·
Several groups which had participated in demonstrations
during the Democratic Convention attended. · One attending
was DANA BEAL. This person stated at one point that a large
number of persons would in itself be able to congest the
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-.movement in that area on tbe:,>a e1.e- ues would be
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displayed during the l>emocratic Convention. BEAL stated .
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May Day demonstrations in .Washington, D. C., in May, 1971,-. .
he ·others, that_ !a ther than having ' . ·.
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activi tie mo1ff1"e civil by , .. ;. · . . .
senior grou ngag ng l. .an un ·ac bughout --. .
the city would be more effective. BEAL, later in the meeting
said "Everywhere that the fascist pig NIXON shows his face,-
we will confront him, but not necessarily in a non-violent :
way." He stated that his organization, the Zippies, has ·
twelve organizations throughout the country planning for
the Repqblican Convention and that each one of these would .. . ·
engage in whatever actions they deem to be appropriate.
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facilities are used mostly by organizations
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The ·yrp started planning tor the Republican
National Convention as soon as the Democratic National
Convention was completed. Indications are as far as the .
YIP is concerned, there will1>e many more people and more
actions during the Republican National Convention than
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NIXON appear as a "right wing" fascist. They feel efforts .
should be made to make Senator GEORGE MC GOVERN appear to · ·
be the . "center of the road'' candidate and not as if he is . : .
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a popular rock group, to appear at a fund-raising concert. ·· ·: ··. ·
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also are arranging for other popular rock groups to hold ·
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The· whole world will" be tJatch1 Miami Beach thie summer. ·1:atio1 al . "· _.
ai'd 1:-: ter·· etdional news rnedia people t1111 be coyer! ··r: the eve:ats·. It i.·s ··::·:
t}"lat all of us, yot,:-ie a nd old, v.se this opportu :1ty to expose .. :-.· -.:
issues besettiilf our natio j• ·we mt?st show the or a1!   ..
·tratioi.· • that raises the salaries or col"r.;ressmer· and · the president., but ·
cant t pass a · (!reatly · needed increase · i :·· Social l!e mu·at ":.-·· .. _.·
show· that the same adm1P1stration hae failed to create more 'jobs, has· ·: ·. · :·
failed to halt 1nflat1o:·'. , has £ailed to halt ·crime 1 . ., the etreets, and < .
"has failea to end the t1ar. The 1'a1lures or the }1ixoil "Adm1;11strat1on ··: .-r. ' •, . I
affect all of us. This summer people 1'rom all across the country w111,: , .. · ..
:_be. to M1a:n1 Beach· to show .the tiorld. that we will not __ :.;·_·
.1'our more years of Richard Nixon·. We must show that problems that .
· feet one aee Group arrect all ae;e groups. \·1e must in a . 1
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• -JULY 6th _ ·: •. ,: ·. ·-;(: , :, ::t;::  
The host committee ro:- the Democratic Party appointed by Govornor····".':':_
·. Askc.\1 ·a Senoir 91t1zens rally with refreshments,· July·.8th: .· ··: .·
7 · tt par!c, ·the ·purpose of ·which is to sst · forth the sen- .. :.--.·- ·
· ior citizens' . platform. We urr.e everyone to show support .. .. '>: ... :-_ ·
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. You are invited to an open forum to CS).scuss 111.th non-deler;ates .·
issues   ·the conventions S\lmmer Come 2 pm, Tht,rsday •.

June 22nd and 29th at 833 Sixth _st., .South Shore Community Center . .. : ... .
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..: .:. : 2 pm Saturday at . Lurnus Park we will be :i;ettine ·together to ta1k ·: -: c::: ·
:.' -and s1nc;. Join us. ·. · -.. . .. .. · .. .. '.·. · .. .-. : ; . : .... · , .. _ . . -'.: ":, .... >.· .. , : ·.· · .. , .. :. ·::. ... .. ;.:.::/: i : ·
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.:·.: 3:: .-: . We respect the residents of f:'l1am1 Beach and . want to worlt ;.
··-. . '. for a constructive f:W.mmer. You can help us create a peace!'ul summer- ....... : .. .. . _.
::,.: -. by your· city o.ff1c1als to stop sta111ne and· start planninz    
:. · ·Encourcze the:n'. to r-:?cor:·n1ze' the ne<!d'"for epncc   those cor:iini:; here. : •.;:-· ·._
:.·. · -. For a Peaceful Su!'lmer call   (61ty Hall) and give your ·
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BEHIND NIOE 'PAIN'l.'ED . WALLS OF APPARTJ1ENT BUILDINGS, .11Al/Y .. / ..... .. ..
or YOU, SENIOR CITIZENS OF !!IAHI BEACH, LIVE IN S!!ALL, ... ; .... . .
UNC011FOR'lABLE ONE R0011 .APAR2.'J'fENTS. UNCON2.
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RENTS TAKE CARE OF SO J'fUCH OF YOUR SOCIAL SECURITY CHECKS ... : .. . . .
TJiAP THERE IS OFTEN LITTLE HONEY LEFJ.' 0 YER FOR FOOD AND . · .. · ..
'.!!EIJICAL CARE. . . . . . ..... :. . .
· !'HE ll.ATIONAL RIGH!l'S ORGANIZATION IS AN ORGANIZA- ' .-> _. _ _.· .
TION OF WELFARE RECIPIENTS ANIJ OTHER LO fl INCDltE PEOPLE. · . . : .. ·
. THERE .ARE .APPRo;. Il1ATE.'GY 125, 000 DUES .PAYING JfEJ1BERS IN BOO -.. ··
.LOCAL GROUPS IN 50 N. W.R. O. HOLDS AN ANNUAL : ... · ·.'. . .',: · ._
CONFERENCE WHERE REOIPIE."ITS, S:J.'AFF, AND W.R.O. DISCUSS
ISSUES OF SUR YI VAL. PEOPLE BEFORE POLITICS . IS THE THEHE .. ·:"''"·· ._ _... ,
. OF· THE 1972 CONFERENCE. THE ·CONFERENCE WILL BE HELD JULY 5.;.9 .... : ... . -· · ·
.AT THE CORONET HOTEL, 2001 COLLINS AVE., 11IAlfI BEACH. FOR i -. ., -.::_' .
·_· HORE .INFORlfA1.'ION CALL 754-8639 OR 754-8650 • . . . _._ :,": :.: :.> .; :: :::":·::··
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!'HURSJJAY, JUNE 29, .A lfARCH WILL' BE.Giii ·.AT fHE ·ooNVEN!fION .. .-: ..... .. ·: · : :
OEN:l'ER PARKING LOT TO PROTEST ·2'HE !!ILITARIZAfION OF .. : .. ..
. AND JJIA11I BEACH. 1'/E, YOUNG PEOPLE FR011 ALL iOROSS THE. OOUNTRT
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'FORHALLY WELOOJfl!}IJ BY 001'1JfUNITY RA,SIDEN'l'S. RIDES WILL BE .. >:· .. . . . : .
. A.fAILABLE FRO!! SOUTH SHORE COJ1!JUNITY CENTER (835 6'1'H S!f.) · .: .:; ··: .... : ..
BETWEEN 1 :30 AND 2Pl1 TO THE GOLF COURSE, AIHERE THE WELQ011ING ·:·.- .., '. ... ··
C9JJHITTEE WILL BE WAITING .FOR THE ·/1ARGHER$ ·ro ARRIYE • . ·_ ..... . .. . ... -.... ; .
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FOOD 3'0 :-' WITH ALL THE PEOPLE (.YOUNG AND OLD). :-·'._ · ... · '.- · .
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. ' THE HOS'l' COJ111ITTEE FOR THE DEJ10CRATIC PARTI .APPOINTED Bl . .,:-.'i .- ..
. GOVERNOR ASKEW IS SPONSORING .A SENIOR CITIZENS RALLY WITH .. 7
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. . OF imICH :::,·; 2'0 SET FORTH THE SENIOR CITIZENS' PLATFOR/'l • . "" , .. .. >· ; .. " ... .
· WE URGE EVERYONE TO SHOW THEIR· SUPPD.R1'_ BY .A'l'TENJJING •. .' : :· ·,: . _< ... .
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· · The · Youth Internationa1---Party lnv\tes everyone in the·
·unt te d States to come to Mi aml Beach f'o r a Ce leb ratl on
of C.hange, to occur from .July 10 to '°'uly · 14 and August · 20
to August 24: We will creafe,tn Miami Beach,. ·a poltttcat-
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: · a zone or sanity and sharing for ins pt red Americans of
manv. persuasions. Together tn joyous unity · we wttt"_la)
plans to disturb the 9omtng machine-like tread of the
Re p u b 1l can -k i n g m a k e rs • · . . _. . . . . .. . _ · - · · , . · ·. .. ·· ·. .
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The.". Untted States ts ··raptd-ly · becoming . a . nation doomed
by t ts own m on t e d c o r ru pt i on , v t o le r:l c e , ·r a c i s m po 1 l u t t on an d
amoral materialism. · Congress-'s strength ls . ripped off ·b·y ·
arrcge.nt,macho power-broker.s tn the ·.Executive Branch .
· .·- prcimistng . .us . . buf-. a deca.de.nt. "Roman Imperium.
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. The International Party suspects. that
R l ch a. rd N t x on. t posses s e d by such . an i n tense p e rs on a\
need for . the nntlons of world to· grovel before hfs . · :
war-:- room throne ,that "the · convolutions and revolut\ona of
the world,tn ·the months · to comt,t,may cause him to jotn · ·
the soctety ·or .foamy-mouth·s. · . .. ... , :, .- ...
of be . rrom
the dark caves of the Republ\can Party •. · Everywhere bltte·r
crowds or American citizens view the · corruption and tlHctt
wars of' the g·over'nment wtth .total revu\st_on. War. ,soc.tal .
s \ave r y sex t s m , ra ct s m a re p·e d d 1 c d and . packaged by mo n st e r
capttalist conglomerates as the true Amertca. _If that - t.s ·
Amertca,there ts nothing . for an clttzen to look
toreward to but a long ltfe of pain in a fearsome _va\"ley
·or robot "violence. , . · . . · · · · · ·= :.: .. . :. : .. • ·
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and change. We · are the direct . descendants of' a fr-eedom
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war over dead jungles unless we · rise up tn a .wave or change • . ·
We have an inalte-nable right to . cross to share, _: __ ·:
t o s e e k · pea c e , t o s p e a k a g a t n st w a r , o d e man d h on e s . t y ·. t n > :_:-. ·
our ·· govcrnment and to command ourselves in our own ways : · ·::
of freedom. We will no.t let our. cour.1try . be tak.en over by .4-_::-.· .. ·.
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ltvtng the life of the damned. We s.tand atop the seawall or ·•·· .. . ...
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the . de c p . ch an g e Am c rt can c l v l H z at l on must u n de rg o t n .o rd e r ..
to create P.ence ln. the world. · ·We seek the lm_r:nodiate goat .· · . .. ·
.of freeing all polittcat _prisoners • . we . demand that women .: ._ ... .. .
have . complete control of their own .mtnds · and bodies • .People _
wttt " be. rree to express their saxuallty in peace. and 'joy-: ·: .. ··_,.'; . : . ·.
laws agr:dnst marijuana wt 11 end, and . the :·
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dral't refuse rs ·an_d fl"'om those m 'anaged to ·escape . from' - ··' ..
the grasp of. t _he armed forces. we · w511 demand a total e.nd
to all ractsm,fo. all sextsm,and to the· _class system whlch
leaves .. one .of every four Am.ertcans 1·mpoyertshed ln resources
and sptrtt.· see.k to .end the system . · ··
which spares.the rich whtte bur.ytng the wor-k_lng person
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and fun tn the sun.We will only have peace.With great en&rgy,
the Youth International Party ts negotiating with clty,county
and federal officials as we.lt as the two .. par-tt.ea . ... .. .
Use of f'actlltles and· parks has · a ·lready been offered . . _: .
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. There has been a · great deal or"° fear generated from various sources·: :· ·.· : · :·
about the possibility of mass violence during the Democratic Convention. ·.
The Youth International Party - Zippie hereby pledges to work for non- · ·. · :· -:<
. . . violence during the conventions. · ·. . . · . · .... . ···_-:.· · ·· ·. . ·
Back in December. the Zippies ... became ·the first organization·· ·: . .. _' : ·
-to call people to Miami, we originated .. the strategy or non-violence during ·· ' ·
. the Democratic Convention. In our literature. we have consistently empha- ." . . "
sized the necessity for non-violence • . In our planning meetings, we have _:· . .. . . . .
repeatedly addre;;sed ourselves to .the planning needs tor non-violence. · In _..
our meetings wU.h the volicc ancl officials; we h3.\•e .made it -clea·r "that . :·
irregardless of what other movement groups may do. will remain committed
· to non-violence. In our meetings with other movement groups, we have argued
logically that we have nothing to gain f:r;om mass yiolence. · · ··
The motto of the Zippies is "We Mean Business." ·And it is true that we · :
are considered. the militant pranksters of the movement. Therefore. ·we · . · . ··
believe there arc many more· creative and VfciYS to·make our points . · · : ·
than with mass ·violence. . · : · . · .
There are going to be many forc::es ."attempting to provoke violence at the . ···
· · · . Convertion. Our Zippie staff astrologer has found the ·aark moon Lilith is · . ·
." the 6th opp9sing Mars in the 12th during the Convention, which further . -.
indicates this. A ·casting .of the I-Ching tells the same story. . . . ..
But .we ·would like to make one thing perfectly clear: No one is going to . ··
push .the Zippies of the Youth ·.Party into a riot. . · · .· · ·
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who disagreed with them as "police provacateurs" through the straight media. · -· -.
,. · . · Meanwhile, they have been spending much of their time either massaging· their·
egos in front of the media or attacking the Zippies. . . · . . . .
· ·. · '· . Back in January, the Youth Internati onal Party held its national congress·
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to distinguish between us and the old Yip- . . -_:: ..
. .· . pies (then retired). ·. Since then_. we have built toward Miami with .rallies, dem.:. · ··
onstrations, smoke-ins, concerts, regional traveling, newspfl>pers, · -.. ·-· .
. . .· news services, leaflets, stickers, posters, ads( .. T-shirts, buttons, balloons, .. .. ·
· · -··_ .. - press releases, statements, position papers, press conferences, etc. We put ·-·.
· together a national network of_ including the various Y. I. P. chapters .·· · :
· · :·. and regions. We believe in an on-going ·organization controlled by the workers;

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cultural revolution, and a sei·ious struggle 8:gainst imperialism,- · racism, . . _-.
sexism, and elitism, in a context of cosmic good times.· Aside from· our dem.:.
·onstrations for prison reform and abortion reform, we believe in filling the · . .
pools of 'the Fountainbleau with jello, putting Ted in the ..
seat, hiring handicapped (Zippies for and a March for McGovern .
that would be right turns • . And we are hjiving LBJ Day on July 12. The -. :,.-; ·.·. :·.
Demos would like to forget LBJ, now that they a new glamour boy, but · ··: .. · ..
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we won t let them. · .· · . . · .. :.. . · : . ·.-· . . : . . · ..... . ..
Meanwhile, a \•idous campaign of. McCarthyite tactics has taken place ·· . .'
against the Zippies, calling us "police provocateurs" at press conferences, : ·,.· .. .. :
etc. A lot of people are asking why? The Yippies have been very divisive. :
We have not generally responded to their· McCarthyite tactics, but we're .
of being called police provocateurs. Now we would like to raise a few ques- ·
tions of our own: The Yipples seem to have a lofto protect. What? We .. · :·.
· don't have the answers. Maybe the Yippies do. ·. . · · . · · · :. ·· ·: .·' .': . · · · ·
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_ -What was the reason for the sudden formation of a so-called Y. I. P. . •
collective on Mays. 1972. when previously Hoffman a¢ Rubin ha_d repeatedly. , . .
. stated that they would be inactive? . . . . · _ ·
. The Yippies .have a series of suites on the ·top floor of the .Albion· :: ..
Hotel for the summer. Where did the money come from. and why is it being wasted
on decadence when the Yippies have utterly failed to spend money on real needs? · .
4. The Yippies have a large plush offic.e in the Mi.ltown Medical Center ·· ..
which they have taken for the summer. equipped wil:h the latest office equipment. ::
This office is usually empty and several rooms are unused entirely. It opens ·
·_. ·at 9 and closes at 5. Why is this office and equipment not being· used for , _
· movement or to relate to the community.? Where did the money come from? · · · · ·
Why is the money being wasted· on carpets and pa·nneling? .. : ... . . · ·. · ·
5. ·em June a. Abbie Jerry 1iubin. Ed   . : .
with Paperback Library; a subsidiary of the Kinney Corporation. a subsidiary .: ·:
of the Mafia. for a quic.kie paperback to come· out on September 20 about ·
Their· advance on this book was $33. 000. · Where did the go? · . · ·. . : :.- ·. ·
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6. Hoffman. Rubin. Nightbyrd • . Sanders, and others have been in N. Y. :::·· : ._.·. ·
· . .. negotiating more book contracts. · Sanders Jlas already sold a book to Avon. ·_, .·:·.:·· ,.,_
Nightbyrd's Yippie Survival Manual has offered to Paperback
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·'· · Miami? Where is the money going? · . . . ·: . . ... . :. ·- . . . · . < · ·· .· ... ·: ·
· Repeatedly they have used their uniquely privileged access to the media · . ·: ·.
:. "to attack the Demo demonstrations and to attack other movement people. Why? :
· . .-: ·. : · They have re.pealedly used the straight media to brand twp members of Y. l. P. / ·:
._ · Zippie and the Zippies in gen.eral as "police provacateurs or madmen". However, .
both of these people have been in the movement longe·r than most people. in the _-, · ·
Yippies, are bigly respected among those who worked with them.
Yippies have never requested a security check on· these ·and is .. :. · ... .
. . no lna1cauon tnat either of them are any cryier .than any other movement r : : _:. ·· _ ·
· .- ·· · ·· person. W_hy a-e they continually using the straight media for character. .. . ·,_:· ·
·. . . . assasinations. which inevitably .are confqsed with the position of the entire _._. . .... .
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· : .· 8. It was agreed that all negotiations with the city would be done by the : .. .... · ·
Coalition. Yet, ii:t a series of secret talks with the city and county last week. · · · .
they separately made som·e kind of deal for the use of Lummus Park as ·the· · · · ··
site for their "cultural fair. u · What did. the Yippies give the city in return? ·< · ·>
Why .did they negotiate secretly and separately?. Why. other than granting .· - ·
the Democratic Party Flamingo Park as a "free speech" area. was the only· : . ·.
.. . ' other permit granted in Miami Beach given for the Yippies' event? How · · · ....
. : .· they know results or the city meeting the night before it happened? -. .. . '.
'"· .. · .. ,. 9 • . : On June 15. tlie Yippies in a p;ess conference that
they were cancelling plans for demonstrations during the Demo Convention and ·
were beginning work on the Republican. Why? They did not consult anyone • . ·
.· Why? They attempted to leave the with the media that tl'!ey spoke ·
for the Youth International Party in toto. ·and the .in general • . Why?. _ · .
'· .,: -= .. · They have begun no work on the. Republican Convention .. ·
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·-_:: : · ·. tions Party-Zippie ! and Youth International Party-Yippie ! . .· ->
· · We would straight. These are two completely separate or- · .. , ·
ganizations ·;;i'tlPutterly different politics and structure. Y. I. P. -Zippie ! is . > . .->· :
the Youth International Party which has focal and regional chapters and offices : . .: : .
throughout th_e · country • . We believe in a.n ongoing organization, cultural revo- .. · :· ..
lution and struggle against imperJ.q'}.ism, sexism, racism, elitism and lsm-ism. ·:: , ·
. This party has been in existence years and became known as Zip-.. · .. · . ."." :·:.:
.. · · pie I at the Youth International Par'ty Congress in January." 1972, because we :._:;: ... < ·:· ·
· ·· .. longer wanted to be identified with the Yippies. : : .· :-.. . ·-: _".: .: . ....... _. ... .. ... ;_,.. _ .. ·:-"-: .·. ';;,::, ,..:. .'
. . To avoid we have Agreed with each other' to "be identified as . : ·:·-.. : '.
· ·-y. P. -Zippie (and Y.1. P. -Yippie ! The· Yippies have said and done ·many . · ,-.';: : "-_ .
··· things which w.e do not want to be associated with, and vice versa. In par- · . ::: .. : ... _. , . ·
ticular, . we oppose rhetoric, mass violence (Chicago), opportunism, · per- ·. · · . .-:._: · ·
sonality cults and profiteering. We are a bottom-up. organization for the peo- .·.·:··. · .:.·
ple, not a top-down organization for the radical chic. We mean business. . . ·' .
When someone says they represent the "outh International Party," ask" :.· ·:"..:::·_.:
them whether they mean Yippie or Zippie. If makes a difference. · . ; ·.·· · · ·· · ·. :
Y. I. P. -Zippie ! can be reached at Sl 13 Mary St., Coconut Grove,· ..
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3rd annual Independence smoke-in."· ··The smoke-in had been celebrated on July ..
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damned" at the M. B. Convention Hall, the date has been reset !or Sunday, July . . · .· ·
·:· 9th in Miami Beach. · . · · · . · ·. ... - · · .. : : =,. • • . . .. . . . -. : ·: · ., - · ·: · ·: ·.' -
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The secret refoliation was done the night. of June 8th . . · Thirty pounds of the finest · : " ._.
imported seeds were dropped during three low passes over the 18 hole course • . De'." -: :
pending on the rains, the ·pot should flower ju:;t in time for the July 9th_ tokedov.rn .• .. :·:"
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free ks. We'll take the issue directly to these men in our mushr ooming ·-, .' '.
cloud of cannibis smoke." · · . ' = . ·, · · ': · • ·
The smoke-in will·be a Flo.rida first ." Besides openly getting high onJ.lle killer ... · .... . -·
weed (generous quanities to be donated by the Marijuana Dealers Asso.ciation MDA ); ·. ·.
the usual "parade of forty foot joints" & Smack ·Attack/Anti Heroin .March to the Con- ..
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Qualified people & members of the Junkie Liberation Front will speak out against ._;
. the of the CIA in the E. Asian heroin tr;ide. (CIA backed .
: Air America performs the scag shuttle service for the puppet/pusher South Vietnam- .
. ese The Indochina junk is now U. S. black & yout h ghetto.s. · ·
A host of rock n' roll bands & beach urchins will add to the tokedownls color ·:
& for the reefer worshipers. · .. , · · · : ·,- . . . . .. : . ·"'·.. · ·
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America .atnnde at a croearoadc. The governm:!nt, agd.nst the will
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corrupt dicb1'torahip. in S41gon. At tho m:omsnt, U.S. plan.c bO:nb within
·20· miles of China and the Nf;1ton admiuistrat1oti· cud.&cioualy for
even more tax· money to be •1>9nt oa war.
In tliii warfare •t&tte, the human needs· of Amor1cane go ve.I"ting •
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· _where the needs of older people for health care,
and disnity are u:d •acrificed fo.r the Nixon policy of big buaine••• .
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work u.'lhf.ndorod. While w otand outdde the J>emocratic Party. ·: ·;.. :.· · : ·_... ,. · ·
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ln the pla.nned peaceful demonstration• of our sistora and brother•.
We plan a feast ·for ·delegates and non-deleS-toa, ·a day · of :cultural · . ·
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unity with all of our brothers· and sisters in every : · · ··. -.· ·
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Specifically, we must. ves the -; :· .... ··.:· _:...: .
republican convention in Miami Beach August 21-21'·. - .' '. · .·
Our ab11Hy to creat"e an 1n the minds_ ot::·· ··>:. :'.JJit.· ·
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This booklet and its related condensed-.
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community organization!!. Through this
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broken down into several areas of discussion;
1) Establishment or: ..... a I'.anie, title, and
location of orga nizat ion for the bene-
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' 1) Name - Establishing a name for your
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distributing on the street. You probably should con-
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border 1n a symbolic invasion the U.S. The EI!l!D&
Golcllr.an _Br1c::ade rl?cently a lucheon 1"or Pat ·
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oC-scer.d a!1d !e:id ·n mnr·ch to Convention H:ill bearing a c-ross with B1lly Grah:tm :
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71 · · · .. a \•:clfa:e .CodillaC" (to be bur.ned ·previousl:-.l?i.1 impounded), apple pie.s . ,
1 \dll r.e f ·?d to dogs, eggs tossed :it a huge p1ctare of Martha Raye   2' £
.m::>m), flags burned, and a compulsory d. progro;m ior delegates, followed . : . ;
by an (\:n-out at which jello will be served. Then., a ·twenty-foC\t joint will be ·
.. broken _open like a pinata· ·and the Free Tv!,9.:rijuai:ia Rally back at_ the ·campsite will_ ..
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=.- · l'vtoonrise 20th to Moonr'ise 21st;'.. In support of Women's Zippie 'Free Women
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ridicule with theati:e .and a march the leading male .chau:vinists .or ·our ·
( ·.'. : Kissinger. J _ohn Wayne, Hugh • . ·<'-' ·.·;· ...... . .' .
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: :   21st. Repression. Rally and Some. of the· v: ill be. repression
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·3·f Con•.renticn becaus-=- of rain • . this ·action will bt" Nixon (wh? .WY ·, . ··.
. .; ,. , ··abortion reform) ·and the-_ Pope • . And for free. birth comro.l info . ... A· women and . . :,. ·:
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'!. · '. ·. 23rd. · Imperialisrn Day- Protest rally.and msssive· march against.·
· Coca-Cola with contingents for Ireland, and African., Asian, South -. ··
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, . Nixon march. After all; what's· wrong With genocide? '.Huge bags of money will · _.· . .
• · . be delivered to fat cats in their hotels. Afterwards we'll burn our U.S. ·ID cords . .-
· · :·and fill out aliE:n registration forms listing o.ur.selves residents of FREE NATION.
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1tE: YOUTH INTERNATIONAL PARTY
All of
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out by both the Yippies and Zippies at
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Re New York repo,rt of SA dated ·
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Enclosed for the Bureau are nine copies of an LHM
regarding subject_ Two copies are being furn-ished New York
as they are office of origin in this case One cop of LHM
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SECURITY MATTER -
YOUTH INTERNATIONAL PARTY
(KEY ACTIVIST)
May
An anti-war rally took place on the campus at the
University of Mia,ni, Coral Gables, Florida, May 12, 1972.
ABBIE HOFFMAN, JERRY RUBIN and STU ALBERT participated.
Actress CANDICE BERGAN and actor OONALD SUTHERLAND also addressed
the gathering. A minor altercation unsympathetic Cuban
students occurred. During the program, a small amount of pepper
gas was released. No other incidents occurred. No arrests were
made.
Following the rally, RUBIN asked for help with his
plans for the national political convention. About 300 expressed
a desire to assist. .Reportedly, they contributed a total of
$400 to RUBIN.
JERRY RUBIN and ABBIE HOFFMAN, on
February 18, 1970, were found guilty
of anti--riot law violations that
arose from activities during the
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national convention at Chicago,
Illinois, August, 1968, Pending
an appeal, they were released on
bond by the United States Court
of Appeals, Chicago, Illinois,

STU ALBERT is one of the original
foundern of the Youth International
Party (YIP)
The YIP, also known as Yippies, is
a looseJy-knit, anti-establishment
revolutjonary youth organization
formed 1n New York City in
January, 1968,
May 13, 1972
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aet with the Chief of Police at )Uaai :Beach Police · · ·
Department. During the aeeting they stated it yas thel;
desire that the convention be peaceful. They requested
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the tiae .of the conventions yhen they will stage a ten
:fes ti va 1 fr0111 .July 4 through 14, 1972. They were advised ;_ ·: 7. :'.'::.
that the decision would have to be made by the Ilia al Beach ,,;; .. ·.·-.
City )(an ager. RUBIN requested a aeeting Yi th the City .. , .. ·
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Party {YIP). FollOYing the aeeting RUBIN and ALBERT held .•. ....
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a member of Students
for a D: mocra tic Society (SDS),
durinq an SDS march in Washington, n.c.,
1971, stated SDS was
planninq to make a film concerning
SDS. Volunteers were asked to
contact residence.
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SDS was founded during June, 1962, at Port
Huron, Michigan, and in the 1960s
functiorad as the leading New Left
campus-based student organization in
the u.s. From a stance of
"Participatory democracy,M the SDS
moved to a radical-revolutionary
position. It maintained a national
office at 1608 West Madi£on Street,
Chicago,.Illinois, until February, 1970.
Internal factionalism during 1969
produced three main factions&
Weatherrn'3.Il, Revolutionary Youth
Movement (RYM), and Worker Student
Alliance ·(wSA). The Weatherman and
RYM no longer consider themselves
associatBd with the SDS. The WSA
faction continues to use the name
sns.
WSA, a faction of SDS, was expelled
from SDS in June, 1969, by the then
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dominantc Weatherman faction,
but continued to use the name SDS
and opened an office in Cambridge,
Massachusetts. WSA aligned
ideol.oqical.l.y with the Progressive
Labor Party (PLP) and, in February, l.971., moved
to Chicago·, Illinois, where it opened
the SDS National. Office at 1225 South
Wabash street.
The PLP was founded in l.962 by
individuals expelled from the Communist
Party, USA, for foll.owing the
Chinese communist line. Its objective
is the eatabl.ishment of a mil.it.ant
working-class movement based on Ma.rxism-
Leninieni and Mao Tse-tung thought.
The HOFH!AN-RUBIN faction of YIP rented office
space (Roome 200 and 201) at the Meridian Medical Center,
1680 Meridian Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida.
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INFORMATION A.S TO THE YOUTH INTERNATIONAL PARTY
- NATIONTJ, CONGRESS (YIP - NC)
The "YIP National. Tribal Conference," originally
scheduled for Washington, D.c., during the period July l-3,
1972, was cancelled. It was rescheduled for May 26-28, 1972,
-at the Center for Dialogue, 2175 Northwest 26th Street,
M:iami, Florida, and renamed the YIP-NC. The purpose of the
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country for high level discussions to outline specific tactics_
to be used during the forthcoming YIP convention.
The Comite Ejecutivo Libertador, Abdalla, and
Juventud Autentico (Cuban youth organizations) planned to
disrupt the YIP-N•::: at the Center for Dialogue. Rumor was
that JANE FONDA (actress)
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to be present.
The Comite Ejecutivo Libertador,
Abdalla, and Juventud Autentico
are anti-CASTRO and anti-communist
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attend the YIP-NC since the Center for Dialogue was "full of
police provacateurs. '.'
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- Miami, Florida,. was cancelled. i*r CSBYIP factional
leader) in its pl0ce scheduled a conclave at his
residence, 3113 Mary Street, Coconllt Grove, Miami, Florida.
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The .. conclave was to begin with a "banquet" at that address.
A planning and stiategy session would be held the following
day.
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The YIP conclave <::ommenced on the evening of May 26,
1972, at the resic'ence of   3113 Mary Street,
Coconut Grove, Florida. Approximately 25, the majority from
Madison, Wisconsin, were in attendance. was
res.tricted to individuals known to i.€-!'$.k'.l['I!.£ The conclave was
disorganized. Nothing was accomplished. Discussions
centered around previous YIP activities and previous arrests
of those present. A number present indicated a displeasure at
the cancellation of the YIP-NC. They stated that they may
leave Florida the following day.
The planninq and of the YIP
conclave was held at the home of Jtitts;'.iJJin Coconut .
Grove, Florida, It commenced at 2100 PM with approximately
40 in attendance, RUBIN and HOFFMAN were exi;>ected to attend.
Attempts were to be made to work out the differences between
these two factionr·,
s devoted to a discussion of FO!'. s pubJ.ic claim that he
was not paid sufficiently for corroborating with HOFFMAN on
the book entitled, "Steal This Book." A decision was made to
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submit this contrPversy to a panel of "}!ovement" people
rat.her than to a court of law, Virtually the entire meeting
at times acted like a "wild man," At one
point he picked up a pair of scissors and severely carved up
the panelinq of a wall in the house Where"!he conclave was
being held.
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=nclave on May 27, 1972, a decision was made that YIP would
be formed into a collective with 12 or so members,
HOFfl1A:N and RUBIN, All decisions would be made by the
collective, HOFFMAN and RUBIN could continue to act publicly,
as YIP spokesmen due to their wide-spread
A decision was made also that during the corning
weeks time would be devoted to preparing and publishing a
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The June· 5, 1972, issue of "The Miami Herald," a
regular legitimate Miami, Florida, newspaper, reflected an
article capt_ioned, Ends Rubin Debate," The
article reflected that a Miami Beach attorney, ELLIS RUBIN,
had stalked out of debate with Yippie leader JERRY RUBIN
held on Sunday night, June 4, 1972, when a four-letter word
was used, The de"bate concerned the possible demonstrations
in Miami Beach thjs summer and RUBIN promised peaceful
demonstrations if "we are treated like human beings," The
article indicated that the RUBINs launched personal attacks
on each other, with JERRY RUBIN calling the lawyer "my Uncle
.Ellis" and saying he was ashamed of his "relative," The
article also contained the following:
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JERRY' s book, 'Do It!', charging that the
book's rhetoric was proof that the
'hippie, yippie, zippie, and creepie'
demonstrators intend to cause violence
in Miami Beach.
"The lawyer protested when it was
announced that .debate proceeds--at
$1 per oerson--would go to the •sunshine
Conunittee', a Miami group raising funds
to provi1e demonstrators with food and
seekino to ease any tensions between
Dade residents and visitors to the
convention,
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and MARILYN\ADAMS said $50
would oo to\ELLIS RUBIN as
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On June 15, 1972, information was obtained that
the debate which took place between Yippie leader JERRY RUBIN
and Miami attorney ELLIS RUBIN on June 4, 1972, was very
entertaining and JERRY RUBIN came out the better of the two,
particularly in view of the fact that ELLIS RUBIN walked out
after a had been used, The debate is
described as "pure entertainment" and JERRY RUBIN is not
related in any way to ELLIS RUBIN,
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There is no definite planned activity on the part
of YIP in view of the fact that the leaders spend practically
all of their time bickering and disagreeing with each ·other.
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STEWART ALBERT, in the absence of JERRY RUBIN, on
the eveninq of June 8, 1972, addressed the American Federation
of Senior CitizenE at Miami Beach. ALBERT kept things "cool"
and was trying to get.the old people to be sympathetic to and
favor the young pe "Jple who would be coming to the forthcoming
conventions in Miami Beach, The theory being used by ALBERT
was that the Government was unfair to old people.
There is still disagreement and bickering between
the individuals who control the YIP. and the offshoot is a
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International Party", meaning "World View."
The ZIPB, or Zippies, is a group of
individuals who went over with TOM
FORCADE when there was a split with
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The YIP held a press conference on Thursday,
June ·15, 1972, . at their headquarters, 1680 Meridian Avenue,
Miami Beach, Florjda. Neither JERRY RUBIN nor ABBIE
HOFFMAN resent the spokesman was
JEFF KNIGHTBYRD. It was stated that the
marcheE and no confrontations at the Democratic
and   instead, they would focus protest on the
Republican Convention, which would hit the Beach in August.
Further, YIP dropped ·its estimate of demonstrators for the
Democratic Convention from 100,000 .to 50,000 and indicated they
no longer needed the Bayshore Golf Course as a campsite and
indicated the Miami Beach Senior High School athletic field
and the Par Three would suffice. In regard to the
Democratic Convention, they indicated they would shift
their emphasis fro1n political protest to a "cultural and
artistic expression of new life possibilities." They
predicted a "mass inobilization" for the GOP Convention but
added, "We think a massive non-violent presence will be more
effective in stopping the war than street fiqhtinq."
C \ . At the Golf Course, "ZiPpie" sp0kesman
p,\TRICK\SMALL claimed the group had seeded the golf course
with thiftv pounds of marijuana seed, dropped from a small
plane on ., June B, 1972, before dawn •
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·The June 16, .1972, edition of "The l1iami Herald,"
regular newspaper, reflected an article captioned,
"Yippies Cancel Demo Protest Plans," and on the continuing
page, it was caption_ed, "Yippies Cancel Demo -:Protest; Will
Hit GOP".
"In an i"brupt switch, the Youth International
Party said Thursday it plans 'no marches
and no confrontations' at ire Democratic
Convention, which begins on July 10 ·in Miami
Beach.
"Instead, YIP spokesmen said, they'll focus
protest on the Republican Convention, which
will hit the beach in August.
"Yippie spokesmen dropped their estimate
of demonstrators for the.first convention
from 100,000 to 50,000 or less, and said
they no longer need Bayshore Golf Course
as a campsite.
"With smaller numbers, they said,
Beach Mi1yor CHUCK HALL's offer of
Miami   Senior High School
<'.thletir. field and the Pai Three
Golf Course will suffice.
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'rTHe announcement was a surprise because
the YIP haf1 the biqge st name s--JERRY RUBIN
and ABBJ.E HOFFMAN--and the best financing
of all the white anti-war protest groups
now operatinq in Miami.
"Neither RUBIN ror HOFFMAN, however, was
present far the press conference at which
the YIP   n n o u n c e ~ its new plans.
The leaders of the YIP are considered to be JERRY
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this was the name given to the group that had disagreed with
the members and leaders of the YIP. The .. ZIP" headquarters
tu 3113 tlarv Street Coconut Grove Miami Florida.
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The general theor'.' beinq undertaken by YIP is to soft-
pedal violence, in view of the fact that it
appears MC GOVERN may be the presidential nominee and that
violencoe would hui: t hi!J chances. The "Yippies are for the
Democrats." The ZIPs or Zippies have continued to disagree
with the YIPs, ·ancl their headquarters continue to be 3113
Marv Street, Coconut Grove, Miami, Florida. This ZIP faction
is headed by PATRICK   There has been no positive
action to speak of as far as the ZIP faction is concerned,
due to arquing among themselves.
e ZIP movement really headed by TOM FORCADE, who had
"bolted" the YIP F\nd who is currently believed to be in
New York.. In his absence, it is PATRICK SM..?\LL who "takes
over." The plans of both the YIP and the ZIP at the present
time indicate they are against the use of hard drugs but .
in favor of usinq a lot of marijuana, "Grass."
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F1\TRICK SMALL continues to have his resi
at 3113 Mary Street, Coconut Grove, Miami, and he is the
leader of the r ence of TOM FORCl\DE.
Both YIP and ZIP are against the use of
hard drugs during the forthcoming conventions but are e.trongly
in favor of the use of marijuana, or "grass." There i ·s a
group which has disagreed with TOM FORCADE of the ZIPs, and
this small group is on 38th Street, consistin of a small
number and three of th se individua!s are
and SHIRLEY OPPER, described as some o e
origina group who had com down from Madison, Wisconsin.
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for the Republican National Convention
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RENNARD Oi\VIS, also known as Rennie
Da.vis, wcis found guilty in u.s. District
Court, For_thern District of Illinois,
Chicago, Illinois, during Februry, 1970,
of of Federal Anti-riot laws
arisina out of his participation in the
riots du ring the Democratic Nation<'tl
Convention, Chicago, Illinois, in
Auqust, 1968. DAVIS was sentenced
but was released on $25,000 bond by
the u.s. Court of Appeals, Chicaqo.
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The following is a summary of an interview of
RUBIN broadcast on FM Radio Station WBUS, 93.3, on June 26,
1972, at 7&30 PM:
The was billed as a "Convention Report" by
YIP leader JERRY R1TBIN and ED   the "FUX Group."
The first topic discussed was the action of the
_Miami City Council on June 23, 1972, to deny campsites to
demonstra tors on Mi ami Beach during the forthcoming Democratic
and Republican Conventions.
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JERRY RUBIN predicted that the Miami City Council
would reverse itse lf on this matter because the City Council
did not want to remain in the 18th Century. He conmented
that you cannot wa ge a genocide war like Vietnam and not
expect anyone to come to protest, and you cannot have people
cane to protest with_out providing a place for them to stay.
RUBIN stated that· the Republicans are pressurinq
the Miami Beach Cjty Council to be non-cooperative during the
Democratic ·eonvent.ion, because the Republicans want the
Democrats to be embarrassed by a riot. He added that his
group was going to avoid any kind of confrontation during the
Democratic Convention because this would fall into
the hands of the reactionaries around the country." He said
that all of their (the YIPs) activities would be aimed at ·
the deleqates, old people and to the world through the news
media, and he predicted that it would be peacable.
ED SA.Nor: RS stated that beginning Sunday, July 2,
1972, and on each Sunday thereafter, there would be "Free Share
Feasts of the Ages", with food, music and dancing. He noted
that watermelons were now in season and that many juicy
watermelons would be provided for humans of all ages to enjoy.
SANDERS also stated that there would be poetry by
himself and ALAN GINSBERG, and that they were also planning
a .. midnight poetry reading" of "poets against the war" and ·
that in connection with this they were trying to get GERMAIN
GREER.
SANDERS       that they planned to make a NNIXON
Watermelon Face'.' at the "Feast of the Ages" and he explained
that they planned to make a face of RICHARD NIXON out of
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500 watermelons ard then eat the watermelons. He said that
this would either take place at I.urrmus Park or on the golf
course at Miami B€ach next Sunday at 2sGO PM.
RUBIN labeled as "jive" the stationing of Federal
Troops at the places that the protestorsmd been asking for
to use as camp sites. He noted that these places had been
prohibited to the ..Yippies" because of a· desire to preserve
the "puttinq green.• He predicted that the National Guard
would make the golf course into an ugly battlefield whereas
he said the "Yippies" would have made it a place of beauty.
RUBIN irvited everyone listening to come to the
first demonstration of the "Convention Season" Which .ts to
take place at 2:00 PM on Thursday, June 29, 1972, at Miami
Beach. The purpo!'"e of the demonstration is to show people
what a demonstration is and it will be a peaceful,
leqal protest of the turning of Miami Beach into a "Saigon,"
that is the brinqing in of tanks, paratroopers, police and
the armv, and the treating of the •Yippies" economic problems
with military solutions. He added .that the assembly will
take place sornewbere around the Miami Beach Convention
Hall, tbe exact place to be announced later, and that the
protesters will then march to one of the two golf courses
Where they will 1t'f2et with the senior citizens of Miami Beach
who will welcome them and thank them (the Yippies) for coming.
RUBIN also expresPed hope that Mayor "CHUCKu HALL will meet
with them at this time and give them· the keys to the city.
RUBIN invited all students and   to attend this
rally.
RUBIN also invited everyone l.istening to attend
the "Free Share of the Ages" at 2100 PM on Sunday
at Lummus Park, Mi.arni Beach, which will feature music,
watermelons, lemonade, dancing, kissing, hugging, and swimming
in the ocean.
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before the Miami Bav Club at a luncheon, substituting
for JERRY RUBIN. He uraed that plans be made to accormnodate
the throngs of de11
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for being in Miami was to stop the genocide in Southeast
Asia.
WAM was recently formed by the Progressive
T..abor Party to recruit members from
the National Force •
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Golf Course, Micuni Beach, scheduled for the niqht of July 3-4,
had been called off.
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GAA 'l'he GAA is a homosexual
protest qroup.
WAW
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VVAW is a militant national
organization opposed
to u.s. involvement in
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Reverend MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR.,
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On June 29, 1972, YIP staqed a one hour anti-war
protest at Miami Eeach, Florida. This consisted of a
disorqanized from the front of the Miami Beach Convention
Hall to the 3 Golf Course. About 45 persons
participated, at tiines the line of march exceeded
150, mostly "teenie   or real young teen-agers who
followed along. marchers carried numerous placards
bearing anti-war sloqans, such as "Will the u.s. Army occupv
Miami Beach this E=unrner? ••, "War Ain • t Heal thy
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, "Free Martha
Mitchell", "NIXON is a Sneaky Goy", "War Ain't Riqht".
Durinq the line of march the participants staged a
show with an anti-...,ar theme. Several of the marchers ·were
in costume and reportedly imitated MARTHA MITCHELL and
President NIXON.
At the b9qinninq of the gathering in front of
Convention Hall, Miami Beach Mayor CffiJCK HA.LL appeared in
his White Rolls Royce convertible and praised the demonstrators
for their peaceful actions. Mayor -HALL indicated to them that
he had been tryina to get a golf course for them, and the
best way they could do it was by the law.
· The irch started out with some anti-war singing
with obscenities, but this was cut down somewhat at the
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request of the Mayor. A short mock meeting was held representing
the Miami Beach Cjty Council.
JERRY RUBIN was dressed in what was reported to be
- a bathing suit but was actually long underwear and was one
of the predominant individuals in this affair.
The marchers concluded the march at the Par 3 Golf
Course where they were welcomed by senior citizens carrying
a placard "Senior Citizens of. Miami Beach Welcome To
Non-Deleqates With rove"•
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was no disturbance
A·meetinq was held at 1100 PM July 6, 1972 at
the Crest Hotel on Miami Beach. Present at the meeting were
the following indi vidualss
PCPJ -
MCC -
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The purpose of the meeting_ was to agree on ground
rules for use of 1.he Flamingo Park Camp Site. Agreement was
reached on the fol lowing pointer
1) · No hard drugs would be allowed at
the camp ai te
2) The "Smoke-in" previously announced by the
YIPn would not be held at the
camp site area
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over 100 organizations and
uses massive civil disobedience
to combat racism, poverty,
  and war.
The MCC was formed to coordinate
of groups demonstrating
<1t the DNC and RNC in Miami
Beach durinq the swmner of 1972.
tMRO is a nationwide organization
of welfare recipients formed
to seek increased Government
Fupport.
PEOPLES PARTY
political party whose current
leader is Dr. BENJAMIN SPOCK.
It was formerly known as The
New Party.
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3) No ?ctivities would be permitted
which would in any way jeopardize
the camp site permit
4)" A "Peoples Government" would be mt.
up consistinq of one member from
each orqanization for the purpose
of dealing with camp site matters
only
5) A security program was established
with representatives from each
group beaded by from
SCLC.
put their leaders
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YIP Adti vis ts ABBIE HOFFMAN and JERRY IUJBIN
- appeared on the convention floor on the night of July 10, 1972,
and made a statement to the press indicated they had stolen
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The folJ.owing are excerpts em=-acted from an
article appearinq in the Miami Herald on July 11, 1972 in
an article written by MICKEY PORTER, Herald Convention Bureau.
"JERRY HUBIN had applesauce clumped on the
end of his scragqly beard and a maniacal
look in his eyes.
I If GEO HGE MC GOVERN doesn't win
the nomination, we are going to have
Chicaqo right there on the convention
floor,' he vowed.
"RUBIN, a leader of the Youth
International   (Yippies), one
of the Chicago 7 and correspondent
for Mad maaazine, continued=
•our is to get down there on
the flocir and get as many Glelegates-
as we can high on dope.•
"Why?
'Why not?'
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"RUBIN, five-foot-seven and
do,.,n from 160 to 130, choked on his
water. 'I'm into yoga, man, and
health foods. And I care
if vou are hostile as long as
you' re buyinq. '
... 'Well   '3 talk -about me, '
interrupted RUBIN. 'You guys
shut up and let me rap for
awhile.
"'First, I'm here to write a book
about this and the Republican
Convention.•
"'It'll be called "A Roman Circus,"
t1aid.
"'No, no' said RUBIN with. more
than a little aggravation. 'Just
shut up. It' 11 be called "Vote!"
with an exclamation point and me and
1\BBIE HOFFMAN tYippies and Chicago 7
and covering for Popular Mechanics)
and ED !31\NDERS {lead singer
of the '-'uas) are writing h. \'le've
qot 25 a gents out arpund the country
up garbage on President
NIXON and . I guarantee you this
book \-dll be his seventh crisis
and qct his%$&+ beat.'
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" 'Now then, ' he continued, •we 're
wqrkinq hard for MC GOVERN and if he
doesn't get the nomination,
TED   IEPY better or you won't
be able to give this place away
when we're done with it.'
"'We've got it on qood
authority -- hell, MC GOVEH.N's
dauqhter is who -- that if he's
.elected he'll drop the contempt of
court. charqes against the
7. I face five years in the
can, vou know, and the appeals
court should rule on our appeal
any day now. I don't want
to qo to jail. Sure I'm for MC GOVERN .. '''
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on July 13, 1972. This was fromFlamingo Park to the Convention
Rrea. There were about 200 people in attendance and there
were no incidents or arrests.
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as at the Albion Hotel and inunediately
after the party the ippies threw a bullhorn
indicating they were tired of _RUBIN living in a penthouse
while they lived fn tents.
The Ziopies are continually in a
each other and have a paranoid about this.
"loose," wanting to go their separate ways.
headquarters and live
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This document contains neither recommendations
nor conclusions of the FBI. It is the property of the
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RE: Miami airtel to Bureau, 7/28/72.
Enclosed for the Bureau are 14 copies of an LHM
concerning captioned organization, dated and captioned as
above. Four coJies are being furnished New York, office of
ori in, and an information is bein furnished Milwaukee .
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Miami, Florida
August 4, 1972
YOUTH INTERNATIONAL PARTY (YIP)
INTERNAL SECURITY - YIP
CONTEMPLATED DEMONSTRATIONS RELATIVE
TO THE REPUBLICAN NATIONAL CONVENTION,
MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, 1972
The Youth International Party (YIP),
also known as Yippies, is a loosely
knit, anti-establishment revolutionary
youth organization formed in New York
City in January, 1968. Following a
factional dispute in May, 1972, t e YIP
divided into two factions, the Y ,,. Pies,/,
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a member of the underground p ess ·
syndicate .
I. VARIOUS PLANS AND ACTIVITIES RELATIVE
TO THE YIP AT MIAMI, FLORIDA
.. The "Madison House" at 38th Street and CQllins .
Avenue, M!ami Beach, ElorJda, where the members of YIP
the first ou eon t right near a · parking
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caravan of approximately twenty cars from the Boston
with YIP supporters would come to Miami to coincide
with the Republican National Convention (RNC).
The Yippies and the Miami Conventions Coalition
(MCC), on the evening of July 19, 1972, met in Apartment 7D
at the Albion Hotel, Miami Beach. The evening was taken up
wi tn "hassles" with the ZIP faction . The Zippies had sent
seven crashers to the house, known as "Madison House" at 38th
Street and Collins AVenue but nl two irls
at t time.
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The YIP and ZIP faction had a "blow-up" at
Hotel of Jul 19 20,
The MCC was formed at a national meeting
in Washington, D.C. on May 20, 1972,
as a coalition of groups planning protest
activities at the Democratic and Repµblican
National Conventions. •
The Zippies have discussed numerous action plans for
the RNC. Some of · these plans are as follows:
1. Stage a mock war . Circle the Convention
Center so the the delegates cannot get
out. On each side of the Convention Center,
they will stage the atrocities of the NIXON
administration by year. In othErwords, the
. four years of the NIXON administration will
be portrayed by year on each side of the
Convention Hall.
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Consideration has been given to
obtaining an elephant to drag a
coffin around the Convention site.
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3. A "die-in" has been considered for
the third day of the RNC. If NIXON
is nominated , they will
lying prone as dead bodies,
NIXON and all the delegates walk
over them. This is to be a non-violent
action of civil disobedience.
stated that the time and place of
demonstrations are to be non-violent should be made
known to the· Government. There should be areas safe from
mass arrest. Other areas might be arranged for with police

those contemplating being "busted" may demonstrate.
stated ROCKY POMERANCE, the Chief of Police at Miami
, would not be in charge if demonstrations got out of
hand, but that ZANDER of Washington, D.C. would take over,
though not officially. Thus, they would be subject to the
same tactics that they received on May Day in Washington.
ZANDER would be the master mind.
It was agreed that violent action wou
be useless since be no place to run because of the
natural barriers.111111111111 stated he was against thrashing .
that the must be in firm
command to avoid any thrashing  
The Southeastern Regional Confe rence of the · MCC was
held at Tallahassee, Florida, on July 22 and 23 , 1972. The
main idea stressed at this conference was non-violent
demonstration . Specific tactics that might be used at the RNC
in Miami included: laying seige to the Convention by physically
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surrounding the Convention Center, thereby
delegates from getting in or out; a physical take-over
of the Doral Hotel or similar Miami hotels; and the use of
small groups called "infinity squads" composed oi 6-8 persons
to create wide-spread disturbances. The major demonstration
and disrupting tactics are to take place the same date as
President NIXON's speech. The date of NIXON's speech is
guessed to be around the second or third day of the RNC .
As a result of the meeting of the Southeastern
Regional Conference of the MCC in Tallahassee, it was determined
the objective of demonstrations and disturbances is to create
the impression that Miami is an armed camp and that President
NIXON could be renominated only by a show of force in Miami.
At the Southeastern Regional Conference of the MCC
in Tallahssee, Florida, there was general concern as to what
the Zippies might do at the Convention. Someone from the
Zippies indicated that the Zippies would act independently
of and not be responsible to the MCC.
As of July   1972, there were approximately 29
members of the active in the organization and probably
five or six Als interested the YIP movement at
Miami. The 29 are ctually part of the so-called task force.
There are approxim tely 20 members active in the Zippie faction
of the YIP. A. J WEBERMAN has returned o New York City . and his
address in New Yo k is 6 Bleeker Street. 'The following is a
description of WEBERMAN: · j()rK' /. .... / ·.
Name: ALLEN J WEBERMAN
Age: Late t rties
Race: White -, C'
Sex: Ma le n. A-PPROX. / 1' - ::>-'
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name of
Height :
Weight:
Complexion:
Hair:
Characteristics :
WEm6{MAN r portedly
AN;;{DUNKIN an artist
5'10"
165 pounds
.Pale
Stands out, rather long hair
Clean-shaven ; of Jewish   ~ e n t
associates with a woman by . the
from New York.
continues to live at the Albion Hotel,
attends the task force rne_etings of the YIP.
The "Jefferson A1rplane", a rock group, has
reportedly been signed up by ABBIE HOFFMAN for a fr rock
concert. The concert has been tentatively schedul d for
August 20, 1972, on barges off Lummus Park beach Miami
Beach. This was reportedly to counteract an "H or America
Day", which is being promoted by Attorney ELLI RUBIN of Miami, ./
who is no relation to JERRY RUBIN. The Yippie hoped to have
other rock groups at the same time to make it into a "Woodstock"
type a ff air .
· JERRY RUBIN and ABBIE HOFFMAN continue to stay in
New York City .
.. On July 25, 1972, some members of YIP a ~ the MCC
had their photographs taken on Miami Beach by th staff of
"Life Magazine" . RENNIE DAVIS and LESLIE BACON ere among
the group. •
The YIP is currently working on 'Tactical Manual"
which has to do with self-defense and str figh·ttng'-"and --this
aanual will probably replace the "Survival Kit", also described
·as "Survival Manual", which reportedly had been tied up in
New York, as far as printing was concerned. ·
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At the present time he is still a mem er of
the YIP. National Collective but this is "inactiveu at the
present time, not functioning, but may function after the RNC.
The Yippies are presently
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planning tQ go to the·
residence where President NIXON lives on Key Biscayne at
which time they will hand him an indictment charging him with
crimes against the people and violating international laws.
The Yippies indicated this will be part of a convention interest
builder and probably take place during the week prior to the
convention. They hope to get publicity on this and have some
members of ~ h   press present . They figured that the convention
would be the place of NIXON's trial and ttat at this ·time they
would use placards indicating they want America to be .the judge .
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There are about thirty members of YIP active at
present ·and about 15 of these are traveling around the United
States in an effort to get interest up relative to the   o r t h ~
coming RNC.
There has been very little action as far as the
Zippies go, although they still have the Zippie headquarters .
at 3113 Mary Street, Coconut Grove, Florida.
The YIPs continue to have_J:heir head uarters at
1674 Meridian Avenue, Miami Beach Florida.
There
are about thirty Yippies a:::tive, 15 or so of whom are traveling
around the country attemp ng to forment interest in the RNC.
The following persons e involved with the Yippies and
who are referr tl ~ o a ident 1 fied
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The Zippies continue to have their headquarters
at 3113 Mary Street, Coconut Grove, Florida. PAT SMALL bas
been a leader for the Zippies but has been in New York.
TOM FORCADE, also .one of the Zippie leaders, is in Nav York.
The Yippies, as of August 2, 1972, still plan to
go to the area of the residence of President NIXON on Key
Biscayne on August 9, 1972, in an attempt to band him some
type of indictments. They hope to rent buses to take 50-60
people for this demonstration.
The MCC intends to join the Yippies at a demonstra-
tion on Wednesday, August 9, 1972, at ·Key Biscayne .
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Miami, Florida
August -4, 1972
Title
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Reference
YOUTH INTERN.\TIONAL PARTY (YIP)
INTERNAL SECURITY - YIP
CONTEMPLATED ·DEMONSTRATIONS
RELATIVE TO THE REPUBLICAN
NATIONAL CONVENTION, MIAMI
BEACH, FLORIDA, 1972
Memorandum dated and captioned as
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All sources (except any listed below) whose identities
are concealed in referenced communication have furnished reliable
irifonnation in the past.

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Miami, Florida
August 14, 1972
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SECURITY MATTER -
YOUTH INTERNATIONAL ftRTY
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RENNARD DAVIS, also known as RENNIE
DAVIS, was found guilty in the U.8.
District Court, Morthern District of
Illinoi•, Chicago, Illinois, durinc
February, 1970, of violations of
Federal Anti-Riot Laws ari•ing out of
his participation in the riots during
the Deaocratic Mational Convention,
Chicago, in August, 1968. DAVIS wa•
sentenced, was released on $25,000
bond by the v.s. Court of Appeals, Chica10.
JERRY RUBIN and ABBIE HOF111AN, on
February 18, 1970, were found guilty
ot Anti-Riot tions that arose
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National Convention at Chicago, Illinoi•,
in August, 1968, Pending an appeal they
were released on bond by the U. S. Court
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An anti-war rally took place on campus •t
the University of Miami, Co.r:al Gables,   May 12,
1972. ABBIJ!; HOFFMAJlf, JERRY ,. RUBIN and STEWART ALBERT
participated. _ , .
JERRY RUBIN, ABBIE HOFFMAN and STEWART ALBERT
aet with the Chief of Police at Miaai Beach Police
Department. During the aeeting they stated it was their
desire that the convention be peaceful. They requested
the use of Bay Shore Golf Course as a camping •ite during
the tU&e -of the conventions when they will stage a ten day
festival from July 4 through 14, 1972. They were advised
that the decision would have to be aade by the M:laai Beach
City Manager. RUBIN requested a aeeting with the City
Manager for Kay 23, 1972. All stated that they hoped no .
atteapt would be made to infiltrate their organization• . .
They advised that they represented the Youth International
Party (YIP). Following the aeeting RUBIN and ALBERT held
a press conference in front of the Miami Beach Police
Department headquarters. They had alerted the local pres•
to the aeeting with the Chief of Police.
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that day. · · ·
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The Youth International Party (YIP),
also known as is a loosely
knit, anti-establishment revolutionary
youth organization formed in New
York City in January, 1968. Following
a factional dispute in May, 1972, the
YIP divided into two factions, the
Yippies beaded by a YIP collective,
and the Zippies, beaded by THOMAS
KING FORCADE, a meaber of the under-
cround press •1ndicate.
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STEWART ALBERT , ABBIE HOFFMAN and JERRY
RUBIN are currently operating the new Yippie
headquarters, Suite 201, 1674 Meridian Avenue, Kiaai
Beach, Florida, where they are running activities in
connection with the convention.
STEWART ALBERT, in the absence of RUBIN,
addressed a group of people calling theas6lves the
Aaerican Federation of Senior Citizens on Miami Beach
during the _ evening of June 8, 1972. ALBERT ke_ep- .
things "cool" and apparently was trying to get the old
peop1e to be sympathic to and favor the young people
who would be coming to the forthcoming conventions in
Mi••i. Be used the theory that the government is anfair
to old people.
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A aeeting of the •iaai Conventions Coalition
(MCC) along with some ZIP influence, was held Monday
evening, June 12 1972 at Lummus Park, Miaml Beach •
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The leaders of the YIP .are considered to be
JERRY RUBIN and ABBIE HOFF , who are currently in
New York City. However, the e ders in Miami in their
absence are STU ALBERT and JEF NIGHTBYRD. ALBERT and
NIGHTBYRD make the policies, an plans and press
releases at present. Both resid in Apartment 7D,
.Albion Hotel, and usually work out of Suite 201, 1674
Meridian Avenue, which is the current headquarters of
YIP, It appears these addresses will continue for ·
the summer.
ALBERT continues to live in Apartment 9D,
Albion Hotel and continues to work out of current
headquarters of YIP. He is described as a · spokesaan
for YIP in Miami and handles plans, press release•
and the like.
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Collective the spokesmen are .JEFF KIGHTBYRD and STEWART
ALBERT and they aake the policy.
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FlkNo.100-16544
Miami, Florida
August 14, 1972
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SECURITY MA1TER - YOUTH
INTERNATIONAL PARTY (YIP)
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and captioned as above at Kiaat9
Florida.
Al1 sources (except any listed belov) whose identities
are concealed in referenced communication have furnished reliable
information in the past.
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Enclosed for the Bureau and New York are two
c9pies of ALAN JULES WEBERMAN.
advised on-that A. J •
WEBERMAN had returned to New' York City and that his
address there was 6· Bleeker Street. Source described
WEBER.MAN as a white male in his late 30s, 5'10", 165
pounds, pale complexion, clean shaven, with long hair
that stands out. He is alleged and associates
with a woman by the name of DUN'K'iN, an artist from
New Source further descri ed WEBERMAN as being a
"Lieutenant" of the ZIPPIES. On source advised
that WEBER.MAN was currently resi 113 Mary Street,
· Coconut Grove, Florida.
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is on during the policital
convention, advised that was a white male, height
edium build, long sandy hair, wears glasses. SA
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Re Milwaukee letter to Bureau, 8/31/72.
The LHM concerns
the Democratic and Republican
are five copies
Sources of information are as follows:
MM T-1 is . . .....
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(All individuals New Left Extremists)
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7/14/72, at Fla., was
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f' l . ALL INDIVIDUALS INVOLVED IN REVOLUTIONARY-EXTREMIS
c.> ACTIVITIES SHOULD BE CONSIDERED DANGEROUS BECAUSE OF THEIR
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UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE
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FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION
RB:
Miami, Florida
September 28
1
1972
SE UR TY MATTER - YOUTH
INTERNATIONAL PARTY (EXTREMIST)
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was associated with the Madison, Wisconsin, Chapter .-··-· · ·
he Youth Interna Party (YIP). . . _ . . . _:-. .
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The Youth International Party, also
known as Yippies, is a loosely knit,
anti-establishment, revolutionary
youth organization formed in New York
City in January, 1968. (The ZIP is a
faction of the YIP).
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the emonstration at the Doral Hotel, Miami ._.·.-: ; ... . . :
Beach. The purpose of the meeting was to confront Senator .. ' .. . _. .
GEORGE MC GOVERN with their demands. MC GOVERN eventuall7 : :-. .. : : :
appeared and talked to them later in the evening and the . ··
Zippie spokesman was DANA BEAL who grabbed a microphone .. ! ...
asked MC GOVERN about heroin, indicating CIA is importing . . ... : ·-..-.": .. ·
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On July 14, 1972, an Agent of the FBI reported that ·
a meeting of non-delegates was held at the Jewish Cultural
Center, 5th and Lenox Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida, for the
purpose of planning strategy during the Republican Convention.
DANA BEAL stated that a large number of persons would in itself
be able to ·congest the area around the Convention Center . to _ .
the point where movement in that area by delegates would be .: -· .· . ·
greatly impaired. BEAL stated that it would be inappropriate _
to have less protest activity against NIXON than that displayed ·.
during the Democratic Convention. BEAL stated further that - · ·.
as a result of his experiences during the May Day demonstrations
in Washington, D.C., in May, 1971, he believed, as did others,
that rather than having stationary acts of civil disobedience
such as sit-down activities, mobile civil disobedience as
manifested by small groups engaging in hit and run tactics
throughout the city would be more effective. BEAL, later
in the meeting, said ''everywhere that the Fascist pig NIXON
shows bis face, we will confront him, but not necessarily
in a non-violent way." He stated that his organization, the ... :... .. _ . .: L-··· --
"Zippies", bas twelve organizations throughout the country
planning for the Republican Convention and that each one .
of these would engage in whatever action they deem to ·be
appropriate.
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were 29 Zipp es in Miam , F or da, as part of the Repub- .
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a power struggle between TOM and DANA BEAL for
leadership of the Zippiea ;- - ··--7 ;:-4:,,
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f'F:DF.RAL BUHEAU OF INVESTIGATION
Miami, Florida
September 28, 1972
Title
Character
Reference
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SECURITY MA'ITER YOUTH INTERNATIONAL
PARTY (EXTREMIST)

Letterhead memorandum dated and
captioned as above at Miami, Florida.
A II sources <except any listed below) whose identities are concealed
in referenced communication have furnished reliable information in the ftast.
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ACTING DIRECTOR, FBI
';;w YORK (100-176650)
  NEW YORK ACE"
11JNDERGROUND PUBLICATION)
IS-REV ACT
(OO:NY)
ReBulet ·to New York, 7/11/72 •
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Enclosed for the Bureau are two xerox copies ·of
. · Volume 1, Number 1 of above-captioned newspaper. .
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that the a ove-capt one .newspaper rs appeared in ..
December, 1971. He said only two issues were published · ..
and the newspaper went out of print. . . · ·
On 9/5/72,
New York Division with t e only copy
New York Ace", Volume 1, 1, 1
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of
A review of the_.newspaper by the NYO disclosed tio
indication that "The New York 'Ace" promugates an extremist
philosophy which would lead directly to violence through
infl8IIID8.tory - . · . · /Jf.
·lri view of the fact is. of print
and is not of an extremist nature, this case is being placed
in closed status.
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(parts l,2,3)
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UNITED

SUBJECT:
A1eniora1zdum
DIRECTOR, FBI (100-457838)
DATE: 10/3/73
SAC, MILWAUKEE (100-16560) (P)
00: Mi 1 waukee
ne Milwaukee letter to Bureau dated 9/6/73, no copies to
New York, Albany or Jacksonville.
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00
u 57 6 38-
.. 4-Bureau (RM) · - 7
R(C-53
1- 100-439048) tz
i- ioo-461264) e ·oc
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2-New York RM Enc. 2)
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3-Jacksonville (RM) '. . : •:/
2-Albany (RM) .. - ·- •If• zZ
7-Milwaukee t
l
i:;.i: 'i Deleted Copy Sent1Jl19f,;.io ·   .. .. { .._,
'::'1:,;. Cl00-16651}-· · by Letter_JJJ_L. 2 9 ---
AJE •mhb Per FOIA
(185 . - . .
/ " < r-;· ,Buy U.S. Savings Bonds Regularly on the Payroll Savings Plan
tOIO• IOl-411 ·- ·
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MI 100-16560
By communication dated 9/13/73, the
..
investigation regarding
which was mentioned in
73:
Los Angeles letter · to Bureau
gation concerning
Miami letter to Bureau dated
investigation to contact
set forth investi-
:i Ii I I (
For information of New York: In the past, various people
_. associated with YIP from·)1ilwaukee and Madison, Wisconsin,

have fled and wey· to New York City and either lfl!re
r contacted A. J WEBERMAN, 6 B l e ~ e e t   or
In vi.ew of thi , ·it is possible -may be i.vi.ng
or is in contact with them.
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MI 100-16560
LEADS:
ALBANY DIVISION
At Albany, New York
Will check Motor Vehicle Department to detennine if subject
has applied for operator's license.
NEW YORK DIVISION
At New York City, New York
·1 • . Will conduct· criminal (including traffic) and other
logical investigation, including contacting sources,
I to detennine if subject is. in New York City.
If feasible, will in vicinity
.of A. J. WEBERMAN' s and- residenc15 to determine
if subject is in the area. .
2.
JACKSONVILLE DIVISION
At Tallahassee, Florida
Will, at Motor Vehicle Department, determine if subject is
in possession of Florida driver's license.
and other sources who may be
or any   as tot::J location.
MI 100-16560
At Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Will continue investigation to locate subject.
ALL INDIVIDUALS INVOLVED IN NEW LEFT EXTREMIST ACTIVITY SHOULD
BE CONSIDE"RED DA1;G:Ct0US BECAUSE 01r<fi1El'RRi'KmN ADVOCACYANlY""US°E
OF l{E'POlffED ACQUISITION Of' FIREARMS AND INCENiTIAW-
    FOR VIOLENCE •
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6 .
TO
FROM
SUBJECT:
MAY 1tlU £t"llTION
C S A (0 OFH) t0Mt.S a /till\
UN1TED •
Memorandum
/-.CTilTG DillECTOR, FBI

j i\.
UEH YORK (100-171!055) (P)

!:..L/:.H JULES iT.!IBZRllAH
SH - YIP

DATE: 10/11/72
(00: NY)
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_\ ·, ReI-lHairtel to J3·:..lreau dated fJ/17/72, and C/L:-/72,·
    ,...- .
/ llus.irtel to l:Y and MH dated 7 /14/72.
/
1;· Enclosed for the nureau are (6) copies of 2.n
. 1; ll!H regnrding subject.
· I · Thi5 L!I:I is being classified "Confidential" because
of information furnished by confidential sources used in the
preparation of this I.Hi:!, the disclosure of l7hich may tend to
ide:1tify these sources and could reasono.bly be c;:pccte<l to en.use
damage to nntiona.1 security.
TI1e follm·1ing confiC:e:.1tial source:: ':·:-ere used in tLis
UU-1:
UY T-1
NY T-2
lTY T-3
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Alan Jules Weberman
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On who has furj)).s hed
reliable information in the past, advised that A.
was present at .a "Smoke-in," the· F:ilst Annual Marijuana Harvest
Festival, held in Brittingham Park, in Madison, Wisconsin, on
September 22, 1971, and sponsored by the Wisconsin Youth
International Party (YIP).
The YIP, also known as Yippies, is a
loosely-knit, antiestablishment,
revolutionary youth organization formed
in New York City, in January, 1968.
- advised that the speeches at rally
urged the repeal of anti-marijuana laws.
On October 12, 1971 an article entitled "Life is
just a can of garbage for appeared in the Staten Island
Advance, a daily newspaper published_At Staten Island, New York
(NY). This article described Alan J .t¥Weberman as a "self-
styled garbage analyst." The article, described Weberman as an
individual who feels he can gain insights into a person's
character by analyzing the contents of his garbage, and also
described Weberman as an expert on Bob Dylan, the well-known
folk singer. The article described Weberman as being 26 years
old. The article also described Weberman as a Zippie.
Following a factional dispute in May, 1972,
the YIP divided into tw() :facti. ons, the
Yippies, headed by a YIP Collective, and the
Zippies, headed by Thomas King Forcade, a
member of the underground press syndicate.
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The article also stated that Weberman would like to
steal the garpage of certain public figures, among them Vice
President Spiro T. Agnew, Tricia Nixon Cox, daughter of the
President and then Attorney General John N. Mitchell.
On October 25, 1971, · an article entitled "A. J.
Weberman Meets State Street Gourmet" appeared in the Daily
Cardinal, a Madison, Wisconsin newspaper. This article
described A. J. Weberman as a teacher of "Dylanology" at the
Alternate University in NYC.
Alternate Universitr. was a self-styled
"Radical University' located at 530 Sixth
Avenue, NY, NY, which offered courses ·such
as Revolution Cuba, Fascism, Marxism and
Marxism Economy. · This institution is now
defunct.
Irving D:ma Beal is a self-proclaimed national
tivist and leader.
Pat ' Small is an activist in Milwaukee,
, the YI.P. r ·
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On April 26, 1972, a photograph of A. J. Weberman
appeared in the University of Tennessee Daily Beacon, a
Student Publication of the University of Tennessee.
On
that A. J. Weberman departed the University of
campus in April of 1972, and returned to NYC.
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Alan Jules Weberman
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stands out. ~   advised that Weberman was Jewish, asso-
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that Weberman was residing at 3113
Florida.
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oconut Grove,
On who has furnished
reliable information in the past, advised that a meeting was
held on August 7, 1972, at the Loeb Student Center NYU, NY, NY,
to discuss logistical plans for protest demonstrations to be
held at the Republican National Convention in Miami, from
August 20 - August 24, 1972. During a discussion of transportatio
arrangements, A. J. Weberman's name was l'!Entioned as organizing
a bus to. Miami, which would involve a cost of $50.00 per person
for anyone wanting transportation on it. Many laughed when
Weberman's name was mentioned because they considered the
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given as 447-6243 (home) and 242-3888 (office). Weberman
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office was the underground Press Syndicate.
The Underground Press Syndicate (UPS) was
founded in 1967, by individuals associated
with the NYC Publication "East Village Other.
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Wilcock, both associated with the "East
Village Other," and acts as a news association
for various alternative media newspapers. It
seeks to increase the awareness of the public
to the underground press and prepare and print
pamphlets regarding the printing, mailing
and distribution of underground newspapers.
UPS lists offices in NYC, Zurich Switzerland,
and Buenos Aries, Argentina. The NY mailing
address is Post Office Box 26, Village Station,
NY, NY, and the headquarters address is 204
West Fourth Street, NY, NY. ·
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On August 4, 1972, an employee of the Federal
Bureau of Investiga n a sed a search to be made of
the records of the with negative
results concerning any on Alan Jules Weberman.

has furnished reliable information n e past, advised that
number 212-477-6243, was subscribed to by one
Sheldon uber, Street, NY, NY. An additional
subscr er was listed as A.   6 Street,
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Agent (SA) of the FBI that Alan Jules Weberman is residing at
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All sources (except any listed below) whose identities
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in.formation in the past.
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SUBJECT UouTH INTERNATIONAL PARlY (YIP), aka
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Enclosed for the Bureau are 5 copies, and for
each receiving office two copies, of an LHM dated and
captioned as above.
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•U.S.Government Printing Office: 1172 - 455-574

NY ·l00-162260
The following informants who have knowledge of
subversive ·in the Staten Island, New York, and
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are unknown to them an t a ey
YIP is operating in Staten I and,
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anyone from the New York City area is planning to attend
YIP Thanksgiving Conclave in Columbus, Ohio, November 22-26,
1972.
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AT MADISON, WISCONSIN. Will contact logical YIP
sources for .any information regarding possible YIP activity in
the New York City area.
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FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION
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November 17, 1972
Youth International Party (YIP),
Also Known As Yippies
The YIP, also known as Yippies, is a
loosely-knit, anti-establishment,
revolutionary youth organization formed
in New york City, in January, 1968. In May,
1972, a small faction calling itself YIP-
Zippie came into being.
An October, 1972, issue of a 15 page YIP Newsletter
entitled, "Yipster Times", was listed as being published ·
by the YIP News Service, Box 384, Staten Island, New York,
10302. The Newsletter was concerned primarily with discussion
of protest activities during the Republican National
Convention in Miami Beach, Florida, August 21-24, 1972.
One article urged all supporters to attend a YIP .
Thanksgiving Conclave to be held in Columbus,  
November 22-26, 1972.
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contents are not to be distributed outside your agency nor
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information regarding YIP publications. The New York
Telephone Company cross-address telephone directory reflects
the above telephone number is listed to one Sheldon Z.
New York City, New •
advised
Alan Jul · , w o s a i iate wit IP and the
undergrouna ·-e-s·s--Syndicate (UPS) in York_ City,
was residing a 6 Bleecker Street, New York.-City •
.ffi£rr,te;:. ai

have knowledge of subversive
activity in the New York City area were contacted in
November, 1972, and all advised they had no information
regarding YIP activities in the New York City area.
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Bureau file  
New YorJ<: fl.le
Title Youth International Party (YIP)
Character Internal Security - Revolutionary
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dated and captioned as above.
All sources (except any Jisted below) whose identities are concealed
in referenced communication have furnished reliable inforlnation in the past.
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ACTING DIRECTOR, FBI (l00-4489lO)DATE: 12/14/72
SAC, NEW YORK (100-162260) (P)
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YOUTH INTERNATIONAL PARTY (YIP), aka
Yippies
IS - REVOLUTIONARY ACTIVITIES
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Youth International Party News Service
P.O. Box 384
Staten Island, N.Y. 10302

It is noted that at the present time YIP does not UJ.
occupy office space in New York City nor does it have any ·
official organizational structure. However, through the YIP J·O
publication, "Yipster Times", readers were encouraged to  
contact YIP through P.O. Box 340, Canal Street))tation, New York,,
· N.Y. The above box number was opened by ALAN/ WEBERMAN, 6 '
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Bleecker St., New· York, N.Y., a self-acclaimed YIP leader in
the New York area. Also;active s t 6
Bleecker St reet is PA / SMAL . .
ALAN WEBERMAN
P.O. Box 340
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There are no indictments pending against the
above individuals or groups.
The identity of the attorney, if any, for the
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lrn.it, .anti-establishment, revolutionary youth
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Referenced Cincinnati nitel requested receiving
off ices to identify individuals in attendance at the YIP
Congress from their areas and to submit Llliis containing
background information and indices check to the Bureau under
indilidual captions with recommendations concerning further
investigation of each. Inasmuch as individuals in attendance
at the YIP Congress could be involved in disruptive activi-
ties at the Presidential inauguration on 1/20/73, recipients
should submit LHMs concerning the individuals in their area
by cover airtel to reach Bureau by 12/30/72.
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Referenced Cincinnati nitel also requested the
Mew York Office to insure the contents of the "Tipster Times"
newspaper thoroughly reviewed on a continuing basis
regarding any specific YIP plans for demonstration• at the
forthcoming Presidential inauguration •
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December 14, 1972
RE: YOUTH IMTEIUlATI ONAL PARTY'
o owing information regar
Party (YIP) Congress or Conclave in
November 22-25, 1972:
YOUTH INTERNATIONAL P>.RTY
The Youth International PArty, also !::nown
as Yippies, i& a ·1oosely knit, antiestablisb.ment,
revolutionary youth organization formed in New
York City in 1968. ·
Wednesday, Movembar 22, 1972
The YIP Congress, al5o known as the YIP Conclave,
commenced on Wednesday, 5ovember 22, 1972, wlh registration
at the We!Sley Foundation, 82 East 16th Avenue, Columbus, Ohio.
Each person registering was required to complete a blue form
or an 1.ndex card listing their name, address and. telephone
number. Registration comnenced at approximately 1:00 MwS
November 22 ·1972, . and continued throu bout the day.
. There was a eeneral meeting from about 10:30 PM,
1'ovember 22, 1972, to 1:00 AM, Jfovember 23, 1972, to dtscua•
the agenda for the TIP Congress. The meeting Yas held at
the Switchboard Way Stattn, 251 West Sixth Avenue, Columbua,
Ohio. The following were in attendance at that meeting:
Dane Beal
3udy Loudenslager
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The White Panther Party (WPP) is a national
white, hippie-oriented revolutionary organization
which was founded essentially to afford support
to the Black Panther Party (BPP). It has advocated
the published ten-point program of the BPP and
has added a ten-point program of its own, all of
which call for the unbridled personal freedom of
the individual.
INDOCHINA COALITION
The "Ohio State Lantern," an Ohio State
University (OSU) daily student newspaper generally
circulated on the OSU campus, Columbus, Ohio, in
its May 8, 1972, issue, in an article captioned,
"Anti-War Rally Set For Today," describes the Indo-
china Coalition as a recently formed group oppos-
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"Ohio Lantern," student ne paper in
on the campus of Ob State Uni-
versity,   Ohio, carrie an article
entitled, ••vagrancy Charges Dfitissed." That
article stated that charges of vagrancy had been
dismissed against Steve Conli , whom the article
described as Minister of Inf mation for the local
Youth International Party <rtppie) and staff mem-
ber of the "Columbus Free Pr'ess." The "Columbus
Free Press" is an "underground" newspaper, Colum-
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source also advise
anti-Vietnam War demonstrations.
During the meeting, it •as decided the YIP work-
ebops and "rap" sessions would involve everyone, and only
one &fission (either workshop or ••rap" session) vould be
held at a time. During the mueting, Dana Beal served ••
the Cba irman.
By Wednesda7, Jiovemher 22, 19i2, approximately 20
Tippit:s bad registered for tho YIP Congress.
:niursday, Jfovember :!3, 1972 (Thanksgiving Day)
The. YIP Congress coumenced at about 10:30 AM at
· the Wosley Foundation.
A discussion regarding the agenda for the YIP Con-
gress ensued, led by Dana Beal. Instead of formulating any
definite agenda, Beal expounded the theory of
the Tippies, which 1s grounded i.n the youth culture and
"rock and roll." Beal also the discussion regarding
the expulsion of 3err1 Rubin and Abbie from YIP
becaWJe they were stealing fu:!lds, had allied
with the Democratic Party, and had resorted to working
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Jerry Rubin and Abbie HoffmP.n were convicted
defendants in the so-called Conspiracy 7 trial in
Chicago, Illinois, in the period September, 1959,
to February, 1970, involving those persons indicted
earlier for violation of the Federal Aotiriot
Statute, as a result of actions surrounding the
Democratic National Convention, Chicago, in August,
1968.
The TIP Congress adjourned about 2:00 PM for
Thanksgiving dinner.
After dinner, the YIP Congress resumed with a
general or plenary session. The was led by Dana Beal.
It was decided there would be a press conference to announce
the expulsion of Jerr1 Rubin and Abbie Bo:fmsn, as well as
to publicize the Yippies.
The YIP Congress _adjourned at 7 :OO PM for supper.
After supper, the males and females attending the
YIP Congress held separate meetings from approximately .
8:30 PM to 10• e meeting for the males was chaired .
by Dana Bea
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The YIP Congress resuined at approxilDUtely 10:30 AM
at the Wesley Foundation.
_ __ __ . - - · ----A workshop was held on drug-:;, during which. the
discussion centered on the boldlng of ••smoke-ins" during
which the dangers in the use of "hard drugs" cou d be
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emphasized. Also, it was mentioned that "dope dealing
collectives" could be formed.
During the morning session, emphasis was placed on
the necessity for Yippies to organize into collectives -
living, working, and eating together. Discussion ensued
regarding how proceeds from "panhandling" and stealing books
and photograph records from stores could be utilized by being
distributed in the community, thereby building the Yippie
image.
There was discussion also of the organization and
functioning of "food co-ops."
Most of the discussion was led by Dana Beal and
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cussion of underground newspapers, including details of put-
ting together those newspapers. Dana Beal talked about the
"Yipster Times" and A. J. Weberman talked about how to deal
with the news media. A. J. Weberman was the public relations
man for Jerry Rubin and Abbie Hoffman, and apparently had
bemresponsible for much of the publicity given Rubin and
Hoffman. During his remarks, Weberman mentioned that in
approa c hing the news media, a Yippie should dress "freaky,.,
be friendly and humorous, always appear "camera ready,"
and hand out the "Yipster Times."
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s&tions. One of the radio stations contacted by Weberman was
WCOL, which was cooperative. The local press did not respond
well to the press conference.
On Friday evemg, a workshop on cultural irnperia118m ·
was held at St. Stephen's Episcopal Church, 30 Uest Woodruff
Avenue, Columbus, Ohio.   the related
to how the YIP "rock and roll'' music has been "ripped off"
by "straight" society and used without due credit 1D the
Yippies. During the workshop, Dana Beal for the first time
lost control of the in s and who wishe v
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everyone talked about bow the Tippie
off" by society. The workshop ended
11:00 PM.
After the workshop, caucuses were held in an
to take over. from Dana Beal, who had been doing all the
talking during the YIP Congress.
Saturday, November 25, 1972
The YIP Congress resumed between 10:30 AM and
11:00 AM. The YIP Congress was chaired by Margaret Miernik
: from Columbus, Ohio.
Copies of the "Yipster Times" were handed out for
everyone to sell. Da na Beal talked about the "Yipster Times"
bow to obtain national advertisements and bow to distribute
.,,.i "i'.·· A. J. Weberman a l so talked about the "Yipster Times."
After lunch, those present at the YIP Congress dis-
cussed "smoke-ins." :.Dana Beal said the Yippies had to be
present at the "inhogurat ion" of President Richard M. Nixon .
It was decided the-YIP would be present in Washington , D.C.
during the Presidential inauguration in January, 1973, and
would perform "guerrilla theatre." In addition, it was pro-
posed that the Yippies inaugurate some animal or object as
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President of the United States prior to the Presidential
inauguration, which inauguration could be filmed and publi-
cized. No definite plans were made other than the fact
the Yippies would be in Washington, D.C. for tbe Presidential
inauguration. It was indicated the next issue of the "Yipster
Times" would have announcements regarding plans for "act ions"
at the time of the Presidential inauguration.
The representatives of YIP 1ho were present from New
York City were opposed to working with the Students for a
Democratic Socie'tf regarding any counter-inaugural demonstra-
tion. Therefore, no plans were made for the Yippies to ally
with Students for a Democratic Society or any other organization .
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STUDENTS FOR A DEMOCRATIC SOCIETY
Students for a Democratic Society (SDS)
was founded during June 1962, at Port Huron,
¥.Lichigan, and in the 1960s .functioned as the
leading New Left campus-based student organization
in the United States. From an initial posture
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a radica 1.-revolutionary pos! tion, w1 th debate
on how best to create a revolutionary
yo·iJth movement. Internal factionalism produced
a s pllt c!uring the SDS National Convention in
J ilne, 1969 , wh ich resulted in the following
three f actions; Weatherman; Worker Student
Alliance   and Revolutionary Youth
Movement (RYJ-!). The Weatherman and RYM
are no loneer affiliated with SDS. The WSA
continues to use the name SDS and maintains
its national in_ Chicago, Illinois.
WEATHERMAN
formerly a faction of Students
for a Democratic Society (SDS), controlled the
SDS Natlor...al Office from June, 1969, until
its clos1np. in February, 1970. Weatherman then
entered an underground status and adopted a
r.>f "strategic sabotage," with police and
military installations designated as primary
targets.
STUDENTS ii' OR A DF.MOCRATIC SOCIETY/WQRKE.q
STUDENT ALLIANCE
Worker Student Alliance (WSA) a faction of
Students for a Democratic Society was
expelled froc SDS in June, 1969, by the then
dominant weatherman faction but continued to
use the name SDS and opened an office in
Boston, Massachusetts. WSA aligned ideologically
with the Progressive Labor Party (PLP) and in
February, 1971, moved to Chicago, Illinois.
Students for a Democratic Society/Worker Student
Alliance currently shares office spaee with the
PLP in Chicago.
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:tevolutionary Youth Movement (RYM),
a pro-communist youth organiza-
tion, was organized in 19o9, oS a
faction within   Students for Democratic
Society, then as separate group with
headquarters in Atlanta, Georgia. RYM was
unsuccessful in attracting support, and by
mid-1970 it was practically
PROGRESSIVE LABOR PARTY
The Progressive Labor Party
wns founded in 1962 by individuals expel:..eci
from the Communist Party, USA, for following
the Chinese communist line. Its objective is
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Dana Beal talked about the need for setting up a
"Spring Offensive," but no definite plans were finalized.
Likewise, no date for the ''Spring Offensive" was decided.
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The YIP Congress concluded at 2:30 PM. After the
of the YIP Congress, about 30 of the Yippies left
ation and went to
The Yippies connnenced leaving Columbus, Ohio, after
Con concluded Saturda November 25, 1972.
the follow-
The YIP Congress was poorly organized and the
of approximate! 60 individuals was
antici ated.
The Yippies claim there are no such things as
national leaders, but Dana Beal, A. J. Weberman, and Seal's
present girl friend, Judy Loudenslager, definitely are
Yippie leaders.
The results of the YIP Congress were as follows:
(1) Those in attendance found that national meet-
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(2) There is a need for a national newsletter or
paper;
(3) There is a need for a national organization
which is youth oriented (this might be the most important
result);
(4) Jerry Rubin and Abbie Hoffman were expelled
from the Youth International Party;
(5) A need exists to make people aware of the
radica 1 "movement."
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greater potential than SDS to build a national organization,
because the YIP does not have a binding ''party line." l n
addition, Beal and Weberman feel there is a definite need for
a national organizatim which represents the young radicals,
and a national organization, such as the Yippies, can build
if some community organizational work is done.
As a result of the YIP Congress, a "national tele-
phone tree" is being set up, whereby YIP regions can comnuni-
cate with one another. The leaders of the various regions
were supposed to be decided in regional caucuses on Friday
ni ht Nove 24 1972 and would be ~ ~ t ~ ~ ~ l   l l l l .. r
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YIP to date has no office space in NYC and.1_9-Cks
Synop1i1: vafi.y official organization structure. jERRY'1WBIN
and ABBIE HOFFMAN, who were the primary organizers of YIP,
have been excluded from the Yippie Movement and are not
involved in recent YIP actiNity. /Summary of YIP activity
in Miami Florida, for Republican National Convention,
' 8/21 - 24/72, reflects YIP was disorganized and had little
effect in disrupting the convention. YIP hald Thanksgiving
Conclave, Columbus, Ohio, ll/22/72 - 11/25/72, which was
attended by about 60 persons from across the country.
Conference was loosely organized with little being accomplished.
Details set forth. Persons attending conclave were asked to be
in Washington, D. c., 1/20/73, to protest the inauguration of
President RICHARl> .M. NIXON.· ·. No   were discussed.
Details set forth 1_regard1ng tinances, publications, and activities
of YIP 1n the NYO area.
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ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE
YIP THANKSGIVING CONCLAVE,
COLUMBUS, OHIO, 11/22 - 25/72
ACTIVITIES OF YIP IN NEW YORK CITY AREA
A. Musical Rock Concert in Central Park,
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that the Youth International
Party (YIP has   itself in New York City (NYC)
since lt moved its headquarters to Boston on November 6, 1970, and
that the YIP had ceased to exist as a functioning organization in
NYC.
The YIP, also known as Yippies, is a
loosely-knit, antiestablishrnent,
revolutionary youth organization formed
in New York City, in January, 1968.
adv-ised that ABBIE 'HOFFMAN and
JERRY RUBIN, who continue to reside in NYC and who were the
prime movers of the organization, continue to to themselves
as Yippies in writings and public speeches • . The source
advised that as a result, various individuals throughout the
country, who want to identify themselves with HOFFMAN and RUBIN,
utilize the name YIP in referring to themselves, but are in
actuality not connected with any YIP organization.
that there is no longer any organized YIP activity
that any interest generated by the YIP movement in NYC is done
so only because HOFFMAN and RUBIN continue to represent themselves
as leaders of YIP. ·
JERRY RU8IN and ABBIE HOFFMAN, on February 18,
1970, were found guilty of Anti-Riot Law violations
that arocre from activities during the National
Convention at Chicago, Illinois, August, 1968.
On November 27, 1972, the United States 7th
Circuit Court of Appeals, Chicago, reversed the
conviction. No decision has ·been reached
regarding contempt citations against RUBIN and
HOFFMAN. .
advised that YIP held a
press conference on he wes central steps of the United States
Capitol Building, Washington, D. c., on July 28, 1972, in order
to promote YIP protest activities which were to occur during
the lepubl!tcan National Convention in Miami, Florida, during
August, 1972. When asked if there was a YIP organization in
Washington, D. c., they replied that they knew of none, and further,
that heretofore there had been no formal organization of YIP
such as presently existed in Miami.
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August 21 - 24, that
YIP lacked any definite organization in Miami and as a result ·
YIP protest activities had little effect. . advised
YIP was troubled by dissension and lack of leadership, and thus
had little influence. - advised most YIP
members were usually at their office space or hotel and were
rarely seen except when speaking. Those persons who bothered
to criticize YIP usually charged the YIP with an attitude of
elitism.
that while
in Miami the epub ican onvention, , lacking any
clear practical goal, geared their appeal toward those persons
interested mainly in music, drugs, and sex. During the
Convention, YIP managed to assume control of the South Stage
in Flamingo Park, where mostly rock music played and a few
political messages were related.
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December 8, not have any office ·space in the New York
City area, nor does it appear to have any official organizational
structure. JERRY RUBIN and ABBIE HOFFMAN have disassociated
themselves with recent YIP activity, and are no longer regarded
as being a art of t}1e _Yi Qie Movement\ What leadership there 1s
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Congress or Conciave at the Wesley oundation and Saint Stephen's
Episcopal Church, Columbus, Qhio, from November 22 through 25,
1972. Approximately 60 persons from throughout the United States
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would be held to announce the expulsion of RUBIN
and HOFFMAN from YIP •
. The November 28, 1972. issue of the New York Times,
on Page 30, contained an article stating the YIP Conclave
in Columbus, Ohio, had voted to exclude RUBIN and HOFFMAN
as official for the Yippie Movement. Both RUBIN
and HOFFMAN had been accused by YIP of using the party for
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on drugs, during whicn a discussion centered on holding YIP
"Smoke Ins" in which the dangers ofusing hard drugs could be
emphasized. Mention was made tha-c;. "Dope dealing collectives"
could be formed. Also discussed during the morning session
was the necessity for Yippies to organize into collectives,
and how proceeds from "panhandling" and stealing books from
: libraries could be distributed in communities to enhance
the Yippie image. Additionally, there was a discussion
of the organization and functioning of "food co-ops".
11111111111aadvised the November 24, 1972, afternoon
session included a discussion of under round ewspaper and
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from NYC discussed how to deal news media. WEBERMAN
mentioned that in approaching the news media, Yipoies should
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and hand out 'Yipster Times •
During the November 24, 1972 evening session
at Saint Stephen's Episcopal Church, Columbus, caucuses
were held in an effort to take over the leaderships from
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The White Panther Party (WPP) is a national white,
hippie- oriented revolutionary organization which
was founded essentially to afford support to the
Black Panther Party (BPP). It has advocated the
published ten-point program of the BPP and has
added a ten-point program of its own, all of which
call for the unbridled personal freedom of the
individual •

The BPP is a black extremist organizEt1.on
started in Oakland, California, in
December, 1966. It advocates the use of
guns and guerrilla tactics to bring about
the o·:erthrow of the United States Government •
. session of the YIP· Congress on November 25, 1972,
that the Yippies had to be present at the
inauguration of President RICHARD M. NIXON next January,
and it was decided that YIP would be present 1n Washington,
D. c., during the Presidential inauguration and would perform
"guerrilla theatre". It was proposed that the Yippies
inaugurate some animal or other object for President of the
United States prior to the Presidential inauguration, which
could be filmed and publicized. No definite plans were
made other than that Yippies would be in D. c.,
for the Presidential inauguration. It was stated that the next
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more definite plans in connection with activities during the
Presidential inauguration.
III. ACTIVITIES OF YIP IN NEW 1DRK CITY AREA
A. Musical Rock Concert 1n Central Park, NYC
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Bureau of Investi@ation   observed a musical rock concert
at the Central Park Bandshell, Central Park, NYC, sponsored
by the Society for the Advancement of Non-Verbal Communication (SANVC
and a group representing themselves as YIP-Zippies. About
30 - 40 persons were in attendance along with numerous passersby.
The concert was orderly with no incidents or arrests.
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After the rock concert about 15 - 20 persons carrying
a YIP-Zippie banner entitled "We Are All Mate With Attica State"
to show support for the Attica Brigade, marched to a Nixon
Campaign Headquarters located in the Hotel Roosevelt, Madison
Avenue at 45th Street, NYC. Several members of the group
entered the lobby of the hotel but left peaceably when
requested to do so. There were no further incidents and
the demonstration disintegrated shortly thereafter.
The Attica Brigade was initially formed
to support prison inmates of Correctional
instituttons by organizing demonstrations
and to expose the prison and uu. s.
Imperialist System." The group has come
to view itself as a vanguard anti-imperialist
action organization.
B. YIP Halloween Demonstration
On October 31, 1972, representatives of the FBI
observed approximately 100 individuals gather at Washington
Square, NYC, for a YIP sponsored Halloween Demonstration.
The purpose of the demonstration was to burn President
RICHARD NIXON in effigy and to march to 11th Street, NYC,
the site of a destroyed Weatherman bomb factory to raise
up the spirit of "Rebel Martyrs" who died in an explosion
while making bombs.
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for a Democratic Society (SDSJ, controlled
the SDS National Office from June, 1969,
until its closing in February, 1970.
Weatherman then entered an underground
status and adopted a tactic of "strategic
sabotage," with police and military
installations designated as primary targets.
SDS was founded during June, 1962, at
Port Huron, Michigan, .and in the 1960 • s
functioned as the leading New Left carnpus-
based student organization in the United
States. •From a stance of "participatory
democracy," the SDS moved to a radical-
revolutionary position. It maintained a
national office at 1608 West Madison Street,
Chicago, Illinois, until February, 1970.
Internal factionalism during 1969 produced
three main factions: Weatherman, Revolutionary
Youth Movement (RYM), and Worker Student
Alliance (WSA). The Weatherman and RYM no
longer consider themselves associated with
the SDS. The WSA faction continues to use
the name SDS.
Various speakers were heard to denounce President
NIXON and his Vietnam policy. Chants of "Die Nixon Die"
and "No More Years" were heard during the speeches.
A ··dununy with a NIXON face was then burned in effigy.
After marching to the site of the Weatherman bomb factory,
witch-like chants were heard enhorting the spirits of
deceased "rebel mal"tyrs" who diec in the explosion, which was
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militancy." "Toy" machine guns were carried by approximately
five individuals during chants at 11th Street.
Arter returning to Washington Square, other· speakers
were heard denouncing President NIXON and his Vietnam War
policies. At the end of the hour long demonstration, a peace
symbol was burned with demonstrators holding hands and marching
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musical rock concert for Chicago, llinois, Yippies in April,
1972, had been cancelled. The rock groups, called the "Rock
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UPS, bounded in NYC in f967, serves as a
clearinghouse for underground newspapers
seeking information regarding underground
publications and persons affiliated with the
radical press.
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Yippies were extremely upset over the cancellation, and it
was doubtful whether the RLF will be asked to do any further
YIP benefits.
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weekly New York City newspaper, contained on Page 45 an
article under the caption "Scenes", which stated RUBIN,
HOFFMAN, and SANDERS, have been working on a book called
Vote, which will be about experiences during the Florida
Convention. The article stated the writers had received
$11,000 advance from the paperback library. The article
stated the royalties would be split four ways, a one-fourth
share to each of the three authors and a one-fourth share to
YIP.
V. YIP PUBLICATIONS
  available on October 9, 1972, a
six-page newsletter entitled "YIP News Service" with a
caption at the toP. of the newsletter entitled "Zippies!
The Living End ••• ' The newsletter carries an official
address of "Y.I.P. Newsletter, Box 384, Staten IslMd
NY, 10302.
A review of the newsletter reveals that most of 1t
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is centered around protest activities during the Republican
National Convention in Miami, Florida, in August, 1972.
Articles indicate the Yippies ard others are upset over the
failure to organize in Miami and the failure to accomplish
what they set out to do; that is, disrupt the Republican
Convention. Page 4 indicates YIP is in serious need of defense
funds and requests that money for legal expenses may be sent
to PAT SMALL for the Coconut Defense Fund, Box 132, Miami,
Florida, 33142, or to YIP, Box 384, Staten Island, NY.
The final article on Page 6, discusses .the need
for a   list and for individuals aroW'ld thecountry
to let the YIP Newsletter in NY know their address and what
their activities are.
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· An Octobe?';- 197.2, issue of a lS page YIP Newsletter
entitled, "Yipster Times', was listed as being published by
the YIP News Service, Box 384, Staten Island, NY, 10302.
The Newsletter was concerned primarily with discussion of
protest activities during the Republican National Convention
in Miami, Florida. An article urged all supporters to
the YIP Thanksgiving Conclave in Columbus, Ohio, November 22 - 26,
1972.
One article allegedly appeared 1n the September 26,
1972 issue of the Daily Iowan, a student publication at the
University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa. The article mentioned
the University of Iowa Student Senate had granted provisional
recogniticn for a d'ampus YIP Chapter. Other articles urged
readers across the country to form their own YIP Chapters.
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'"584, State·n Island, . New York, it_ was requested that persons ;;_--·
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activity U1 the past, but who have little knowledge of persons
currently affiliated with YIP, ·have been advised of the ·current
need for stepped-up coverage -of the _YIP: ·· .: . .. _. . .. - -:·.·c,.
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UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE
Buf ile 100-448910
NYf ile 100-162260
FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION
New York, New York
December 26, 1972
Youth International Party,
also known as Yippies

• Un1ess otherwise _stated, 1he following is of a
confidential nature: . . -
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<.;. of
the"'..YI P, were criticized for stea lin:g "YIP funds, ··for· having
-... ;._-- _·_ 8:JJJ.ed themselves with   f>artL_ and for working
til:rough the system of theq •n ""'As a result, 1.t
was decided a press conference would be held to announce
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the expulsion of Rubin and Hoffm;an from the YIP. (UNCIASSIFIED)
The YIP, .also known as Yippies, is a
loosely-knit, anti-establishment, revolu-
tionary youth organization formed in New York ..
City, 1n January, 1968. - In May, 1972, a · · · ·· ,_.
small faction calling itself YIP-Zippie came
into being. {UNCLASSIFIED) .
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also known as Yippies
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The November 1972 issue of the "New York
Times," on Page 30, contained an article stating ...the YIP Con-
clave in Columbus, Ohio, had voted to exclude .Rubin and Hoffman
as official spokesmen for the Yippie movement. Both Rubin
and Hoffman were accused by the YIP of using the Party for
persorll l gain. (UNCLASSIFIED)
advised that the YIP., :
as of December , 7 oes not have any office space in
the New York City   ;;ea, nor does it appear that the YIP
has any official organh&.iional structure. Rubln arid Hoffman
have disassociated themselves with recent YIP activitiy, and .
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are no longer regarding as a -part of- the Yippie movement.
(UNCU.SSIFIED) -
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0n · advised A. J. Weberman
was residi ng a, where he was involved U1 YIP
protest plans concerning the Republican National Convention,
to be held 1n Miami Beach, Florida, August 21-24, 1972. ..
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Youth International Party,
also known as Yippies
. \,o.n. advised Weberman
is associated with the Underground Press Syndicate {UPS}
in NYC. {UNCI.ASSIFIED)
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a clearinghouse for underground newspapers
seeking information regarding underground
publications and persons affiliated with the
radical press •
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FEDEBAL BUB.EAU OF INVESTIGATION
New York, New York
December 26, 1972 .
Buf ile 100-448910
100-162260
title Youth International Party
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All. sources (except any listed belov) whose identities
are concealed in referenced communication furnished :reliable
1.n1"orma.tion in the past.
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of tbe FBI and 1• loaned to J'OQ.t 09ency; It cmd It• content• are not to be dlstr'fbuted ..:
J'Ol&r tm;eney.
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UNITED STATES •• ERNMENT
Memoranaum
TO Mr. E. s . Miller
FROM
R. L. Shackelford '. · "
l Mr. E.-. Miller
1 - Mr. H. Boynton
1 Mr. R. L. Shackelford
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Mr. J. M. Sizoo
Mr. W. N. PreussE
Mr. B. P. Murphy
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Sl' BJECT: ·· YOUTH INTERN;i.TION.;r, P.?.i.RTY {YIP) / Mr. Annstron1-
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INTERN.\L SECURITY - REVOLUTION.7\.RY l . CTIVITIES : 'J . Ms. Herwi1 -
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DET,·ILS:
The Youth International (YI?) is a loosely-knit,
antiestablishrnent, revolutionary youth organization founded in
1958 to stage a massive youth festival to coincide with ihe
August, 1968, Democratic Nati9nal Convention. YIP's support
is obtained f rorn various an¢war and leftist group s, with its
principal drive .furnished by magnetism
of such leaders as erry Rubi , and currently
by such individuals rving Dan eal, Jud oudenslager and
J . Webenr.an. YIP has prove ability to assemble large
numbers when its cause is attractive and on occasion has / '
fomented large-scale violence. Indicative of YIP philosophy .
was 10/31/72 YIP Halloween demonstration, when participants
burned President Nixon in effigy, denounced U. s. Vietnam
policy and visited site of Greenwich Village Weathennan bomb
factory, eJdlorting the spirits of Weathennan members who died
in the townhouse explosion to give those present a new spirit 15'
of militancy. . . io q / () -1
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National Congress of Y!P, held in olwnbus, Ohio,
11/22-25/72, established that YIP would be present during the
Presid€ntial Inauguration ceremony in Washington, D. C., on
1/20/73, at which they would perform "guerrilla theatre."
Above Congress also produced the proposal that YIP inaugurate
some animal or other object for President of the U. S., prior
to the Presidential Inauguration, which could be filmed ana
publicized. No definite plans were made other
that YIP would be in Washington, D. c., for the Presidential
Inauguration and that forthcoming issues of the ¥IP
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Re: Youth International Party
"Yipster Times" would con ta in additional, more specific plans
in this regard. Other matters stressed at the Congress
concerned the need for YIP to organize into collectives; the
fact that "dope dealing collectives" could be formed by
YIPPIE groups; the necessity for a national YIP organization
and the reported expulsion of long-ti.me YIP leaders Abbie
Hoffman and Jerry Rubin from the organization.
At present, YIP maintains no office space or head-
quarters in New York City; however, the "Yipster Times" directs
readers interested in contacting YIP to do so, via P·. o. Box
340, Canal Street.Station, New York, New York. Lessee of
above P. o. Box is current YIP leader Alan J. Weberaan.
OBSERVATIONS:
is capable of drawing large
Additionally, although not
Tho as Kin Forcade
, ie-ader · o : a YIP spl n er groupY
I calling itself the "ZIPPIES," could well be in attendance at
the Presidential Inauguration, along with other violence-prone
individuals.
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ACTD!S DIPS. CTOR FBI ( 100-448910)
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Enclosed for the Bureau and receiving offices
is one (1) copy of mailing list to set forthL#
current membersand contacts of captioned organization.
For the inforl!lation of cffices not receiving
referenced communications, captioned organization held a
National Congress or Conclave in Columbus, Ohio, from
11/22 - 25/72, attended by 60 YIP representatives end at
which plans for YIP activities concerning the .forthcoming .. . .
presidential inauguration were discussed. Other matters .. .
strassed at the Congress concerned the need for YIP to
organize into collectives; the necessity for a national
YIP organization and national YIP newsletter or paper as
well as the need to make the public well aware of the
"radical movement."
On 12/28/72, a person, whose identity must
be concealed, made available- to the Norfolk Office of ""the
FBI a sc c ;;i. lled "mailing list" which was obta.ined from'llll••
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throughout the United States and was obtained by him
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