The Bureau of Internal Revenue won another round in its marathon bout against so-called non-profit clubs which pay no income tax. Last week the California branch of the American Automobile Association lost an appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court, was told it must pay taxes back to 1943. If the decision is applied to all 750 branches of the A.A.A. with its 2,170,000 members, the total amount of taxes due could reach $1,000,000.


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