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Criminal Investigation Division IRS Has Big Job hours spent poring h reams of paper. data. Interviewing or terrogating. Not very amorous, but this described a lot of the work in the criminal in- generally dealing tax fraud, conducted by the minal Investigation Division the Internal Revenue Service. criminal investigations, can last anywhere from months to two or more are conducted by the pecial agents of the Although this number may small when spread over nation, the IRS actually has team" of nearly employees, most of whom assigned as revenue agents, auditors, or revenue of- These employees, in lved in examination oe matters, are in daily ntact with the public and are sources of information to criminal in- ations. agents, in addition to responsible for the actual tions of suspected tax make recom- endations with respect to prosecution, prepare )rehensive documented including accounting and summaries, assist States Attorney in the of cases before and the trial, and protect and property. of crimes investigated special agents include in- fidual and corporate, income tax evasion, nonpayment of withholding and excise taxes, failure to file returns, and other crimes involving miscellaneous taxes and related violations. Special emphasis, however, is placed on investigations in- volving income, employment and excise taxes. While the usual criminal of- fense involves a single oc- currence and a single in- strument of crime, such as a rifled safe or a murder weapon, violations investigated by special agents are often com- mitted over a number of years, and are complicated by the vast number and variety of business and financial transactions. Furthermore, it is necessary in tax investigations to check accoun[ing transactions behind book entries and obtain corroborating testimony and records. This can be difficult because taxpayers' records are often lost, destroyed, altered, hidden or otherwise withheld. The special agent, then, must find other sources of information from which to reconstruct the records of business transactions. Special agents find it vital to be qualified in the skills of ac- counting and criminal in- vestigating in pursuing, un- covering, and evaluating evidence to be secured from persons with diverse lifestyles who may be reticent, openly hostile, misleading, and un- communicative. Special agents must be skilled in documenting evidence, and in the techniques of surveillance Going Outof Business Drastic Reductions NEEDLECRAFTS of WINCHESTER 726 Berryville Ave. (next to Red Barn) 703- 667- 8606 interviewing and interrogating, and testifying in court. Supreme Court Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes Jr., who said "Taxes are what we pay for civilized society," is also known for his statements that "Congress can tax what it also forbids," The constitutionality of taxing illegal income, to which he referred, was established early in the history of the U.S. income tax lawswhen the Supreme Court held that profits from the illicit distilling of alcohol were taxable. Since then, special agents of the Criminal Investigation Division have been involved in countless investigations leading to the conviction of notorious law violators for evading income taxes on illegal income. Pony Clubbers Successful In Capital Rally Shenandoah Valley Pony Clubbers competed successfully against other riders in the Capital Region during the summer rally season, which ended last week with the "D" (junior)Rally at Seneca Valley, Md. Katherine Byron and Dana Moylan both of Hagerstown, brought home first and second place ribbons, respectively, from the "D" Rally. Alden and Beth Moylan, also of Hager- stown, were first and third place winners at the "C" (senior) Rally. West Virginians competing as a team at the "C" Rally took thircf place. They were Gary Youngblood, captain, Sharon Benner, Kacy Kearse, "Dilly Umscheid and Courtenay Cogan, stable manager. Fairfax County, Va: was the setting for the "C" Rally. Three teams from the local club took ribbons at the games rally held at Morgan's Grove in Shepherdstown, W.Va., in June as the season opener. Senior games team included Deanna Spunich, captain; Lee Bernstein, Courtenay Cogan and Diane Gross. Junior girls team members were Lisa Spunich, captain; Maureen Boyle, Elizabeth Kearse, Holly Isaacson and Sarah Thompson. On the junior boys team were David Parsons, captain; Fred Parsons, Dan Schiffman, and Hal VanMetre. Other competitors in the Capital Region rallies are teams from Waynesboro, Pa., Arlington-Fairfax and Woodlawn in Virginia, Frederick, Howard Co., Potomac and Seneca Valley in Maryland. Gymkhana events are featured at the games rally, while the "C" and "D" rallies feature dressage, cross country riding and stadium jumping. TRI-STATE WELDING AND MACHINE CO., INC. A branch of the Tri-State Welding & Machine Company, Inc. of Frederick, Md. Has just been opened on State Route 9 near Kearneysville, W. Va., just to the rear of the Burgerhaus Restaurant. AND WE OFFER THE FOLLOWING FIRST CLASS SRVICES: Welding - Shop Repair. Service of Steel. Aluminum & Stainless Steel - Portable Welding Equipment. Ornomontui Ironwork and Steel Sales. SHOP HOURS are 8 a. m. to 5 p. m. Monday thru Saturday SHOP LOCATION IS: Rt. 9 - Kearneysville, W. Va. 25430 Mailing Address - P. O. Box 565" Charles Town, W. Va. ... SPECIAL PAN TRAN SERVICE...... Being Offered To Big ARTS & CRAFTS FESTIVAL WILL Provide Service On Saturday and Sunday Just Off U.S. Route 340 Near Historic Harpers Ferry County Heart Assn. To Meet Sept. 28 The Jefferson County Heart Association's financial drive went well over the top again this year, with the final figures I collected expected to be con- siderably more than the $4,766.00 goal, according to Robert D. Ott, President of the Heart Association. Ott said this week it was only through the hard work and ef- forts of a host of volunteers that SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1978 I the goal was surpassed. He said there will be a meeting of the officers and directors of the association Thursday evening, Sept. 28 at 8 p.m. at the Towne House Restaurant near Charles Town. All officers and directors of the association, along with 19 other interested persons are urged to attend. President Ott represented the Heart Association in the parade staged last Saturday in con- nection with the West Virginia State Firemen's Association: EXCEPTIONAL VALUE FROM RAM I D Sealy Slumber Guard'with cover from a former $9995 Posturepedic Comfort and firmness priced surprisingly low. Add the cover from the former Sealy Posture- pedic Classic and you've got a very special buy! 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