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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER I, 1966

PAGE1 11111 111111111111111111111 THE MICHIGAN DAILY THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 1,1966

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Stan Nadel

--Subpoenaed Protestor

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By MARK R. KILLINGSWORTH the ejection of one of the other
Editor witness' lawyers-he was left with-
Special To The Daily out legal counsel.
WASHINGTON-"I will not be But during the interview, free
unconstitutionally compelled to of what he called the unconstitu-
answer any questions at all-but tional constraints of the commit-
if Mr. Pool wants to come in tee. Nadel freely answered the
here and ask me questions it's per- questions the committee presum-
fectly okay with me." ably would have asked about his
Stanley Nadel, '66, was finish- controversial activities to help get
ing lunch in the Hotel Congres- medical supplies for the South
sional across the street from the Vietnamese National Liberation
Cannon House OfficeeBuilding- Front-and defended them as part
the site of the House Un-American of his belief that "'Build, Not
Activities Committee hearings on Burn' applies both ways."
protest and subversion-and talk- He explained that in two weeks
ing with a reporter after his brief in the spring of last year he col-
appearance before the committee. lected over $100 in donations and,
Nadel had planned to refuse during fall 1965, made over $160
to testify before the committee in the sale of NLF stamps and
because, he feels, it violates First medals on campus.
Amendment guarantees of free Nadel said he traveled to Al-
speech and free inquiry. As it giers in the summer of 1965 to
turned out, the committee itself talk with NLF representatives and,
excused Nadel from testifying be- while there, converted $100 in or-
cause-when his lawyer and th- dinary travelers' checks into Al-
ers withdrew in protest against gerian money and gave it to an

NLF representative. He declined
to describe how he transmitted the
$160 collected during the fall to
the NLF.
And while he gave the NLF
money, Nadel said, he is confident
that it was spent for, medical sup-
plies and not weapons. "Their
need for medical supplies is des-
perate," he said of the Front, add-
ing that he had been assured by an
NLF delegate that the money had
gone for supplies.
He added that the propaganda
value in the South associated with
medical supplies donated "by your
friends in the United States"
would be far greater than donat-
ed weapons-and "Uncle Sam has
provided enough weapons for years
to come" through losses.
And even if the donated money,
or an equivalent amount which is
"freed" by Nadel's activities, can
now be devoted to buying guns by
the NLF, Nadel is unconcerned.

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It's Mr. Johnson's responsibility
that American troops are in Viet
Nam, and it's his responsibility if
they get hurt," he said.
But Nadel also said that, in
terms of what he could and should
do, medical supplies are "more ap-
propriate" to give than military
supplies.
"Far be it from me to say that
the NLF should lay down their
arms. But I felt it was more im-
portant for me to aid them by
non-military mans. The liberation
struggle is one the Vietnamese
must win for themselves," he said,
And he added that, far from ac-
tivities like his being subversive,
as the committee's proposed bill
offered by Rep. Joe R. Pool (D-
Tex) suggests, "President Johnson
is the real traitor-a traitor to
everything America has stood for
perhaps for our suppression
of the Philippines or the Ameri-
can Indian. As Senator Robert
Kennedy said, he'd give blood to
the Viet Cong because it is in the
best of American tradition to give
blood to anybody who needs it."
Despite his reference to Sen.
Kennedy, Nadel nevertheless re-
jects the idea that "you have to
participate in electoral politics to
have a lot of influence on it. We're
not going to compromise our
ideals by trying to gain wider sup-
port for them.
"If we were able to achieve
progress in Viet Nam by support-
ing such types as Robert Kennedy,
who say our policy in Viet Nam is
the wrong way to stop communism
at, this time in this place, we
might very well discover we were
supporting people who would try
that policy elsewhere - like the
Dominican Republic or Peru,"
Nadel commented.
"Besides, we have goals in the
country which Roberlt Kennedy
doesn't stand for," he declared.

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PERSPECTIVES on RADICAL ISSUES

Thursday, Sept. 22
4:10 & 7030 P.M.
Multipurpose Room
Undergrad. Library

"A CHALLENGE TO THE CHURCH: THIRD WORLD REVOLUTION
IN THE AMERICAN CENTURY"
CARL OGLESBY, Past President, Students for a Democratic Society
RICHARD SHAULL, Professor of Ecumenics, Princeton
Theological Seminary

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4:10 & 7:30 P.M. THE URBAN GETTO"
STEPHEN SPOTTSWOOD, Commission on Race Relations,
Multipurpose Room Detroit Council of Churches
Undergrad. Library
"THE CHURCH AND NEW POWER STRUCTURES
IN THE RURAL SOUTH"
OWEN BROOKS, National Council of Churches,
Delta Ministry, Mississippi
Friday, Sept. 30 "THE WORLD COUNCIL OF CHURCHES AND THE
4:10 P.M. ASIAN REVOLUTION"
Auditorium 'A' M. M. THOMAS, Co-Chairman, World Conference on
Angell Hall Church and Society, Geneva, 1966
Visiting Professor, Union Theological Seminary
Thursday, Oct. 6 "SOUTH AFRICA: THE CHURCH AND APARTHEID"
7:30 P.M. EDWARD CROWTHER, Bishop of Kimberley and Kuruman,
Multipurpose Room South Africa
Undegrad. Library
Tuesday, Oct. 11 "RELIGIOUS COMMUNITIES AND URBAN POWER STRUCTURES"
4:10 & 7:30 P.M. ROBERT MARX, Rabbi, Union of American Hebrew Congregations,
Chicago
Multipurpose RoomChcg
Undergrad. Library "THE CHURCHES, COMMUNITY ORGANIZING
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Tuesday, Oct. 18 "POSSIBILITIES FOR CHURCH REUNION:
4:10 P.M. EVANGELICAL AND CATHOLIC"
Multipurpose Room PASTOR LACHMANN, Head of the League for
Undergrad. Library Evangelical-Catholic Reunion
dnesday, Oct. 19 "THE CHURCH AND SINCERITY"
Trueblood Aud. HANS KUNG, Professor, University of Tubingen, Germany
Frieze Bldg.
Friday, Oct. 21 "AN EVANGELICAL PERSPECTIVE OF THE RADICAL THEOLOGY"
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