The News from Frederick, Maryland on November 19, 1951 · Page 14
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November 19, 1951

The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 14

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The Nation Today By JAMES MARLOW WASHINGTON, Nov. 19 M-~ No one outside the Internal Revenue Bureau ever sees the Federal Income tax return ol most people. [§ut there are exceptions. It's a crime for any employe of the bureau to Rl v » ° ut Intormatton about anyone's return unless he does so under conditions laid down in the law. Which means: Your Federal tax return is a secret document--up to a point. For since there are exceptions, of course, some day you may be one of them. The exceptions, if they could be summed up in one sentence, would be Federal or state agencies In $om« work «onn*ei««l with tax returns. For example: Under the law the House Ways and Means committee and the Senate 1'lnance committee, which handle tax legislation, can see individuals' tax return*. But a member of th* Senate's Foreign Relations committee, which doesn't touch on income tax problems, might have « yen to look at a neighbor's tax return. Under th* l*vt h« couldn't sen It. A good recent example ot all this Is shown in the House subcommittee Investigating the scandal surrounding some of the Internal Revenue Bureau's own tax collectors who were fired or quit under fire. That committee, since it'? deal- Ing with a tax problem, has had access to the tax returns of those collector* themselves. There are various ways in which tax reluuis can bo oblnlwd from the bureau by peoplo not connected with it: In some cases the President himself must Rive permission; in others (he Collector of Internal Revenue can do so. The tux officials of a slate--but only for soiuo purpose connected with administering their own income ' t u x law--can net tlu Federal return of an individual, provided the governor of that stat» ap- pruvt'.i, and asks Hit Internal Revenue Hurvnu for it. Kor example: Th« tnx collectors of your stale, looking over your state tnx return, might want to chock the im-otno you reported to tho Federal government. And this works both wayx, of course. The Internal Revenue Biiict u, looking over your Federal return, might want to chock on the income yuu reported on your state return. So the bureau asks N«WR, Krpilrrlck, Mil,, Monday, November At, 1951 th«« ctnle lor your *U»t« return. Thin applloa to Individuals and corporations. A? to the Federal tax returns of corporations: A special section of the )nw gives certain stockholders in a corporation the right to check on the tnx return of their own org a n l / n t l n n . Under the law a poison owning ono per cent or more of the out- standing stock of a corporation hat a right to ask for, and examine, that corporation's return. He can do so by asking the commission of Internal Revenue. He won't get the original. He'll get a copy, certified. The earliest known member of the giraffe family had · shorter neck and was less than 0 feet high at the shoulder. $m " 1 " "- Drawn, Z"b :t^ ^yn ·* s i Cestoi Comer Thanksgiving is the traditional time to pause and offer thanks for one's blessings. We thank our customers for their patronage. We thank the thousands of suppliers who provide us the year 'round with qual* : ity foods. We thank our 120,000 faithful em- 'ployees who are constantly striving to keep AP a better place to shop. ^ Most important of all, the. men~sn3 'woHien of AP gratefully join our fellow citizens in giving thanks for the freedom and good living we enjoy in this betmtiftd land of ours. CUSTOMER RELATIONS IMSPT. AP Food Stores 420 Lexington Ave^ New York 17, N, If. American Cheese Food Fresh Mild Cheese '/s-lb. pka. Vi-lb. Yelveeta * RAFT OHEESE FOOD Chateau BORDEN'S CHEESE FOOD Cream Cheese *TMw /-»! f\~ KRAFT AMERICAN Cheese blices eg LUXE Sweitzer Cheese Domestic by the Piece Ib. 65c p*g'. \ / C !/i-Ib, pica. ^ 34c CRESTVIEW LARGE GRABE " EGGS dozen 79 c Sunnybrook Eggs Large Grade A doz. 89c Prfee* in this ad effective through Wednesday, November 21st. ' *· * .*·*! m, OPEN TIL 9 P. M. 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