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Tax Sale #36785

ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Apr 02, 1975
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(Studio) During Vietnam war era, some antiwar activists refused to pay portion of income taxes allotted to Pentagon; Paul and Addie Snyder among them. Today IRS puts Snyder's belongings up at auction to collect money owed.
REPORTER: Harry Reasoner

(Fremont, Michigan) Snyders owe IRS (Internal Revenue Service) $2500. [SNYDER - believes IRS (Internal Revenue Service) action punitive; business, bding. kennel, home, everything seized by IRS.] Snyders knew some action would be taken but didn't know it would go to this extent. [Winning bidder, Carol BLIZZARD - says she's friend of Synders and they'll buy possessions back.]
REPORTER: Ann Medina

Medina, Ann;
Reasoner, Harry

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