What was happening in D.C. around , according to that day’s D.C. Gazette, included:
D.C. War Tax Resistance
People willing to spend time promoting War Tax Resistance in the Washington area are asked to attend a meeting on at St. Mark’s Church, 3rd & A. SE, at The action this group hopes to take will include some or all of the following: promoting telephone tax refusal and finding out how many phone tax refusers there are in the D.C. area; promoting income tax refusal and demonstrating the different ways it can be done and the varying penalties involved; widely publicizing the War Tax Resistance Alternate Fund; leafletting and performing guerrilla theater at shopping centers, drawing attention to the actions outlined above; providing war tax resistance counseling to interested church and civic groups and to individuals; and finally providing support to Jim Shea at his trial and after. It begins . He has been indicted for income tax evasion as the result of claiming all the members of his living group as dependents. He is currently executive director of Washington Area Peace Action. To help, call Judy Lhamon, 546‒8840 or Bill Samuel, 546‒8840 or 546‒6231.