Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on February 21, 1968 · Page 21
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PAGE 22 I U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N COMPUTER RED TAPE States Get Data On IRS Returns : WASHINGTON (AP) - A new twist has been added in the decades-old arrangement between the federal government and the states to exchange data from individual income tax returns. : ' The Internal Revenue Service said it is now making the output of its computers in the form of magnetic tapes available to 26 states and the District of Co- .lumbia for use in enforcing tax ·'" laws. · This means income and other figures on federal tax returns can be matched in a computer '·with the figures reported by the same persons on their state tax '"returns. IRS said it also is possible to detect persons, who file either a federal or state t.ax return but not both. .Agreements on computer tapes with other states ,,. are possible later. This is only the latest development, IRS said, in a data exchange program authorized by Congress more than 30 years ago. Tax officials from every state have the right under law to inspect income tax-returns even without a formal agreement signed by the governor and the Internal Revenue commissioner, IRS said. .,..·;. There are now 44 formal agreements in effect but IRS said they, provide only a framework and routine for implementing the inspection right. The computer, tapes are the new twist in the routine. / ; " Despite the exchange program, IRS insists data on individual income tax returns are confidential, a description disputed in the past by some Congress members. Federal and state employes .are barred by. law from any unauthorized disclosure of a federal tax return, IRS said. But the tax returns Americans must prepare by the April 15 deadline will tell the government more than how much-tax tv'each citizen owns. Tax returns provide data for statistics on income, population and a host of social analyses. 'I,- Government agencies obtain a '" tax return under certain conditions and an individual's return could be used in a federal check ,-· Ex-Actress ^Elza Splane Dies At 63 I'i Funeral services for Mrs. -VElza K. Splane,. 63, widow of "-.Howard S. Splane, were to be held at 3:30 p.m. today at Adair | Funeral Home chapel. |.' Mrs. Splane, under the stage i name of Elza Ternary, was an | actress during the 1920s and f early 1930s in: Europe and Rus. sia and later resided in Hollyf wood and Beverly Hills. .; In 1946 she married Splane, _one of the organizers of the 7- original Standard. Oil. Co., and the couple moved to Tucson in ;"1956. '/ ,, Mrs. Splane is survived by a ,,, stepson, Howard S. Splane Jr. -Jof Tacoma, Wash, and a step- ·* daughter, Mrs. Joanne Davis of Baltimore. The Rev. Fenton Kovic of St. . P a u l ' s Memorial Episcopal /Church will officiate. ·'·" Donations to the University of Arizona Medical School are suggested by the family. Offices To Close For Anniversary Government employes will get a day off from their jobs tomorrow in observance of Washington's Birthday. The holiday will close city, county, state and federal offices. Only special delivery mail is to be handled by the post office. Schools will remain open and so will most businesses. The Tucson Daily Citizen will publish as usual. Checked Your Roof Lately? Let CXMALLEY'S ROOFING Check It For You! "All Types of Roofing-- No Job Too Large or Too Small" FREE ESTIMATES 210 STEVENS Phone 792-1316 if he applied for a government job. The exchange information obtained by the state taxing officials can be passed on to any political subdivision within the state for administering tax laws. IRS deals directly only with state governments. IRS said it lacks detailed results on the exchange program but; .in 1964. ."an . additional S25 million in state taxes was assessed from individuals by IB states and the District of Columbia because of the program. In the same year, IRS assessed almost.$7 million in additional taxes, interest and penalties based on data submitted by the states. , The computer tapes are now available to Alabama, Alaska, Arkansas, California. Delaware, Georgia, Idaho, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska. New Mexico, New York, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Utah, Vermont, West Virginia and Wisconsin. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1963 Nighttime Memory Flash Restores True Identity · · »/ HYDESVILLE, Calif. (AP) -- A 65-year-old man says a sudden, middle-of-fhe-night burst of recollection apparently has restored memories of his past and won him social" security for his future. He says this is the way it was: In December 1924 he got tossed olf --a freight car- near Indio, Calif., and knocked unconscious. In his wallet he found the name Charles Howard Randaille. Changing it to Randall he- Served as a draftee in the U.S. Army in World War K. Worked at an assortment of jbs. Ran a second hand store at Hydesville, 25 miles south of Eureka, where he met and married a widow with four daughters. Was unable at last to work b e c a u s e of emphysema; needed social security. But thatrequired proof of birth.. Forbears, he had searched without success -for offic.al identity. ' Then it happened; "It all came back clear as .1 bell at 3 o'clock- one morning last month, 1 ' he said. He remembered he was Lawrence Patrick Brennan, a Canadian; serveVin'the Canadian Army · in World ..War I, and 'that the Sudbury.i. (Qn- tario) Star carried a story of his homecohiing. His, wife, Haze], 33, now the mother of a fifth daughter, by her second Husband, wrote the Star a letter. The Star's city editor confirmed her husband's recollection that he was the son o£ Patrick Brennan, had a brother and two sisters. Now, says Randall (or Brennan), social security has been convinced of his identity by his recollection of the names of other boys in his confirmation class at St. Anne's Parish, Sucibury. So the couple awaits arrival of that firstf security check. And how does the man choose to be identified? .As Charles Howard Randall. .He's , borne ±hat name 'too long to give it up now. Far East . f Expert Will Speak David, Keith Hardy, Asian expert and television-film director producer and writer, will speak at a luncheon Monday at the Statler Hilton to commemorate t h e 2 0 t h anniversary o f Brandeis University. Now director of the Morse Center for. the Study of Communication at Brandeis, Hardy will appear under 'auspices of · the Brandeis University National Women's Committee. Donation to the 11:30 a.m. event will be $4.50, $2 of which will go to the Brandeis University Library. For those not desiring luncheon but wishing to hear Hardy's speech, there will be a $2 admission charge. Mrs. Jerrold Lyons and Mrs. Paul .Fisher are in charge of reservations. Hardy began 'his communications career in 1947 as director and resident Far East correspondent for the BBC of Radio Hongkong. David Keith Hardy Dance Class Set A 10-week course for beginners in dancing instruction will begin Thursday at the Central YMCA, 516 N.Sfch Ave. The class in ball : room dancing will be held at 7:30 and in Latin dancing at 8:4 p.m. Miss Juanita Arno is the instructor. AIR CONDITIONS BY RITE WAY VENT. CO. 5712 E. Speedway Ph. 298-2161 Excerpts From 'Gondoliers' Will Be Presented Tonight Excerpts from the lighthearted ; . Gilbert and Sullivan musical, "Gondoliers," will be given at 7:30 p.m. today for the Handmaker Nursing Home. The full musical will be performed for the public by the Tucson Gilbert and Sullivan Theater March 7 to 10 at Tucson Music Center,. 330 S. Scott. Evening performances will be at 8:30 p.m. March 7, 8 and 9, with opening night to be a benefit for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. Matinee performances will be at 1:30 p.m. March 9 and at 2:30 p.m. March 10, All seats wiil be reserved except for the Saturday matinee. ' . Tickets for evening performances and Sunday will be $1.50 and $3, for the March 9 after- Mi CUSTOM MADE ·· INSULATED ROOM ADDITIONS For Homes ond Trailers Complete Line Alum. Products Modem-Jr A Jumhum M. 623-9314 or793-8743Sun.-Eves. Open 8:00 AM to 5:30 PM · SEHABLAESPANQLMI Fabulous OB». LAST! .\V.R Hank William Monaural Spectacular Values to 5.79 1.77 Hundreds to choose from in this group including such names as Herman's Hermits, The Animals, the Lovin' Spoonful, and many others. Buy now SAVE. 1 HIM SINGS FOR YOU Mono Stereo LP'S Famous Labels ·Famous Artists Spectacular Savings 1.00 POJO, Rock, Folk, etc. Columbia Stereo LPV noon, $1 for children through high school and $1.50 for adults. 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