Tuesday, May 23, 1972
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Tuesday, May 23, 1972 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Nine
Jane Hart to withhold taxes
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GRAND RAPIDS (P) - Jane
Hart, wife of the state's senior
U.S. senator, Philip Hart, says
she will make no more payments
on her income tax as a protest
against the war in Vietnam.
In a copyrighted story from
thier Washington Bureau, Booth
newspapers reported yesterday
that Hart wrote the Internal Re-
venue Service May 10 sying
she is refusing to make any
more income tax payments.
Hart, heir to a Detroit manu-
facturing fortune, said she fail-
ed to include a check for $6,200
in estimated tax payments when
she made her quarterly filing on
her estimated taxes.
In writing the IRS, Hart said
she is "ready to accept a n y
sanctions that apply."
She said she put the money
in a special bank account in-
stead of paying it to the IRS.
"I cannot contribute one more
dollar toward the purchase of
more bombs and bullets." s h e
"As a citizen, I feel the kind
of desperation that decent Ger-
mans must have felt in the
'30s. I can't be a party to any
more of this and still feel like
an honest person."
Senator Hart said he and his
wife are in "total agreement"
on the war, but said he opposes
nonpayment of taxes as a means
"I respect her decision a I -
though I don't agree with i ,
Hart said she made her decis-
ion, May 8, the sight President
Nixon announced histdecision ts
mine North Vietnamese harbo's.
"I am convinced that In Viet-
nam, we are killing innocent
people without cause and my
conscience just wi not allow me
to quietly accept that. There
is no vital American titerest to
he served by killing inure people
and churning up more cuntry-
side with bomb craters."
Ms. Hart long has been active
in the antiwar movement. She
was among 185 persons arrest-
ed at a 1969 peace service in the
Those convictions were over-
turned by a federal appellate
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A NEW TEST FOR EMPHYSEMA has been discovered
scientists reported yesterday.
The test will enable people to learn quickly and inexpensively if
they carry the genetic defect that produces the crippling, breath-
shortening lung disease.
The simplicity and reliability° of the test could result in the
development of large-scale screening and preventive medical programs.
MICHELANGELO'S PIETA in St. Peter's Basilica in Rome
was disfigured Sunday by a hammer-wielding assailant shouting
"I'm Jesus Christ."
ZERO POPULATION GROWTH INC.
ANN ARBOR CHAPTER
WED., MAY 247:30 P.M.
PROF. OTIS DUDLEY DUNCAN
of the Population Studies and Sociology Depts., and Member of
the President's Commission on Population Growth and the Ameri-
can Future, will discuss the recently published report of the
commission with us.
The Meeting will be in the CURTIS ROOM of the
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Washtenaw Ave. near S. University
The hammer blows broke off the left arm of the Madonna,
chipped the nose and shattered the left eye and part of the veil.
Vatican art experts said yesterday they feared the vandalism
night be contagious and endanger other masterpieces.
TURKISH ANTI-COMMUNIST, Ferit Melen, formed a new
government in Turkey yesterday, the fourth since March, 1971.
A senator from a small centrist party, Melen is expected to con-
zentrate on strict law and order legislation-including establishment
of special tribunals to deal effectively with terrorism after martial
AN EXPLOSION in Belfast, N. Ireland, left sixty people
A time bomb in a parked car blasted workers who fled their
tactory after a phoned-in bomb threat.
Security forces blamed the outlawed Irish Republican Army.
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