The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 2, 1950 · Page 9
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JUNE Z, 1950 UNGroupOfficial Reports Israel's Rejection of Plan it' Jordan Ignores Idea of International Control of Jerusalem By A. I. OOIDBERG LAKE SUCCESS. June 2. (IP] — Roger Garreau. retiring president ol the Ujillcd Nations Trusteeship Council, reports today to the council that Israel has rejected the U.N. plan for international control of Jerusalem and that, so Jar. Jordan has ignored It. Both countries, which occupy separate sectors at the Holy City under a military truce, long have told the world they won't accept the U.N. international control of the city written into a statute by the council at Geneva early this year. Garreau, a French delegate, told the 12-nntIon council ai» Its opening summer session yesterday that the reaction to the plan has been "poor." Only Israel has given him a formal answer to pass on to the council. Qnrreau sat in Rome tor two weeks after the Geneva meeting waiting for a messenger io bring him the Jordan answer. None came. Compromise Proposal The Israel answer incorporate- Mhe compromise proposal which the ^Urael government made public here last Sunday night, proposing that U.N, supervision be limited to the holy shrines of the Catholic, Moslem and Jewish religions in anr around Jerusalem. Iraq, single AIUD country represented on the council, asked for plenty of time to study tile new proposal, and the council agreed to delay full debate until the week o. June 12, It is gener .lly expected that the council will ask the U.N The Nation Today: Who Sees Tax Return? Federal Income Taxes May Snare Gamblers BP MMKS MAKLOW WASHINGTON, June 2 That twanging sound you hear is the nerve* of big-shot gamblers and racketeers being jangled. They got bad news yesterday. Their federal Income tax returns may be opened to the Senate subcommittee which Is Invt'stigateing crime and criminal tie-ups. Senator Kefauver, Tennessee Democrat and committee chairman, said President Truman will let his group see the gamblers' returns. Mr. Truman later said he'd leave it up to the attorney general to sec to it the committee got what it needed. This Is sad Information for anyone mixed up In an Iflegial :ieal, whether it's gambling or some other racket. The rackcc ooys seem to have been careful In making their federal Income tax returns ever since assembly in September for new instructions on the Jerusalem problem. The council works on today without the Russians. They staged another walkout yesterday, after they failed, nine to one, to get the Chinese Nationalist delegate kicked out. Britain and Argentina abstained on the vote. The Russians now are staying away from 28 U.N. bodies hi the dispute over China. New Zealand's administration of western Samoa Is expected to take most of the council time next week. The council's new president Is Max Henriqucx-Urena, Dominican Republic. Pierre Ryckmans, Belgium, was elected vice-president at elections yesterday. Al Capone got hooked for cheating. May Avoid Trouble So they may not get in trouble with the government even if the committee does see their tax returns. But—on their federal returns they're supposed to report where they got their income, the source of it, and how much. Therefore, this "source of Income" Information may be of vital interest to the senators In trying to track down national tie-ups among gamblers and racketeers. There's a question in all this. Once you file your income tax return, isn't It supposed to be more or less a sacred secret with no one outside the Internal revenue bureau ever entitled to see it? Exceptional Situations That's not quite right. There are some situations in which people outside the Internal revenue have a right to look at your return. True, under the law any employee of the revenue bureau can be Jailed for one year and fined $1,000 for telling any outsider—with some excepliojis—anything about your return. It's the exceptions which arc Important. Congress, which passed the tax law, said no one outside the revenue bureau can see your return except: 1. The Congressional committees —there are only three of them— which handle income tax matters. When these committees want income tax Information from the bureau, they can demand It. While these committees, under the law, can make a full and open report on what they found In your return, they're pretty careful about what they do with such informa- Arkonsan Dies In Plane Crash QUONSET, R.I., June 2. UP> ~ A former University of Arkansas football player was one of two Navy fliers who survived the crash of u twin-engined patrol plane in which nine others were killed here yesterday. He was Lt. (J.G.) H. A. Ilamberg of Lonoke, Ark. As Harold <Hal) Hamuerg, he played football for the University of Arkansas in 1910-41. He was appointed to the U.S. Nrval Academy. Hambcrg and Commdr. G. E Frauenhiem, the pilot, were pulled from the plann us It burned. All others aboard died. BLYTHEV1LLE (ARK.) COUKHWl K«W» lion since ft is considered highly secret. Stale Officials 2. Slate officials who handle stale tax mutter*. They can get a look at your federal Income tax return—provided the governor of the state Psks the bureau's permission. 3. Any stockholder—it he owns one or more shaves of stock in a coriMration—hns a right 10 see his corporation's tax return. 4. And—at any time the President can tell the bureau to disclose your income tnx return to any individual or group he says can see it. The President doesn't thraw this privilege around. An example is the fact that in this cn.se he's telling the attorney general to decide what tax information to let the committee see. But iho.'e are the only four ways in which an income tax return, once it's been filed with the government's revenue bureau, can be seen by anyone outside the bureau. When Mr. Truman was u senator and headed the senate Investigating cemmittee which checked on war contracts, his committee got permission from President Ruosevclt to see some contractor's income tax returns. Portageville News By Mrs. Raymond Toombs Phone 221 Health Center Group F.lecti Maxlno Williams, ol Gideon, was elected president ol the New H'rulrld County health center organization when the group met in Lilbourn last week. Other officers, till elected by the organization's board of directors, include David Barton, Harry Ciunrj- uoll and Spurlin Heck, vice presidents; nnrt Mrs. J. w. l.conberger. of l.ilbourn, secretary-treasurer. The group will promote Interest In and endeavor to bring a county health unit to New Madrid County, Harvey Judrt of Gideon presided over the meeting. Members of the board Include Uick Wilson, A. It. wrathcr, Charles Plckcy, Sr., Maxwell Williams, David Barton, William Dillon. S|)»rllt> Brck, S.lm pace, J. W. La- Tout. H. B. Campbell and E. M. Radcliffe. Soclnl Nofes Mis. Chester Furgerson entertained in honor of her daughter, Mary, when the latter celebrated her seventh birthday Sunday. Eastman puller, Buddy powcll and Edward Lee Mosby entuitaln- ed Tuesday evening in the C. C. Puller home. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Secoy entertained members or their Del* Club Thursday. Mrs. Bud La Font entertained members of the victory bridge club Tuesday, prizes went to Mrs. Byron De Uslc and Mrs. Hurtdy King. Mrs. Bobby Williams was nor.loss You'll Love Our Flowers! Hlylheville FLOWER MART Memphis HfwaT Phone ROOT to her bridge club last Tuesday evening. Honors went to Mrs. W. W. Howard and Mrs. Mary TuniT. Mrs. S. S. Thompson, Mrs. Mar- cnrel DcLlsle and Mrs. T. 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