To the Editors:

Wednesday, April 15th will be a day of massive, nationwide tax-war protests. Your readers would probably be interested in the following schedule of events which will be taking place in New York City:

10:30-11:30, Boston Tea Party, 1970, Battery Park, Castle Clinton Monument; 11:30-1:30, Mass Rally at Internal Revenue Service Headquarters, Murray and Church Street; street parade to Bryant Park—West Broadway up to Sixth Avenue.

Local actions and feeder marches include: In Manhattan: 11:00-1:00 P.M., City-wide High School Student Rally, City Hall, joins IRS parade up Sixth Avenue to Bryant Park; on the East Side: Demonstrations at Major War Contractors: General Electric, 51 St. and Lexington Avenue; Honeywell, 42 St. and Second Avenue; 1:30-3:00, Rally at Hammarskjold Plaza, 47 St. between First and Second Avenues sidewalk march to Bryant Park.

On the West Side: 11:00-12:00, Rally at CCNY Administration Building, 137 St. and Convent Avenue; 12:00-1:00, Rally at Columbia University, 116 St. and Broadway: street parade to Riverside Park—72 St. and Riverside Drive; 1:15-2:30, Chelsea-Village Rally at Washington Square Park joins IRS Parade to Bryant Park up Sixth Avenue; 1:30-2:45, West-Side Rally at Riverside Park, 72 St. and Riverside Drive, street parade down Broadway through Times Square to Bryant Park (Sixth Avenue and 42 St.); 7:30 P.M., Candlelight March, 106 St. and Broadway to 64 St. and Central Park West—additional assembly points: Broadway and 96 St., 86 St., and 72 St.

In Brooklyn: 9:00-noon, neighborhood marches; noon, Rally at IRS Office, 35 Tillary St. between Adam St. and Cadman Plaza East—for further information 859-7084; and in the Bronx: 11:30, Demonstration at IRS Office, Jerome Avenue between Fordham Road and 190 St.—for further information 822-7054.

Additional actions during the week include: Thursday, April 16, 6:00-7:30, Demonstration at Central Labor Council, Roosevelt Auditorium, 100 East 17 St. (Fourth Avenue); Tuesday, April 14, 11:00-2:00, Demonstration at Major War Contractor, Pan-American Office, 600 Fifth Avenue (48 St.); April 12 through April 15, all day, Fast and Vigil for Peace, Ethical Culture Society, 2 West 64th St. (Central Park West)—for information call 691-9450.

Further information can be obtained by calling the Vietnam Peace Parade Committee, 255-0062, or the Vietnam Moratorium Committee, 691-9540.

Norma Becker

Vietnam Peace Parade Committee

Richard Sternhill

Vietnam Moratorium Committee

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April 23, 1970