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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 21, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas                                4A New Braunfels July 0115 Owners Remove Id Marble Slot Machines r d of j Numerous Incnl P it IHOO ni y lo IHV jflIIIIS if III JlS i Iliiy lo fiinl slirl iitul o pinions Dave Editor and General Manager Susan Managing Editor LOEFFLER EVES THE GOVERKJERS i mm IIIIH HOW BOUT THAT MARK WHITE f THE PRESTIGE OF HIS OFFICE TO CANDIDATES LIKE MOM Guest viewpoint IRS deficiencies may open some eyes in Congress James Kilpatrick Ins and outs of English language usage Last month Newsweek magazine carried a piece about changing systems of health Many said the are now In cities like San Francisco and for roughly a third of the population is now enrolled in Aaargh If the case will now we will hear the semiannual lecture on the issue of like when such as is Go back to the offending What does it tell us about HMOs Health Maintenance Organizations in San Francisco and Minneapolis It tells us nothing at all about HMOs in San Francisco and It tells us that in cities LIKE San Francisco and Min neapolis San Diego and perhaps Roughly a third of the population is now And this is not at all what the writer in The misused like and the misplaced which is the subject of lectures in spring and are among the most common errors in everyday I am fully aware that both Bernstein and two ordinarily infallible sniffed at the whole business of like and such They scorned my position as but they were quite simply Of course there are times when like is proper Lives like Lincolns in spired us But when our purpose is to illustrate by way of specific we want cities such as Minneapolis and San As a matter of in the sentence under what we wanted was neither like nor such What we wanted was In San Francisco and for To less contentious matters The dear old Associated God bless continue to have its problems with spelling and From the AP in we learn that a group has been organized by President Reagan to help get Fisk University back on its From the AP in San in s story about a pet timber wolf named we get this report Authorities had been concerned that Sylvia might harm who had been kept as a pet since she was 2 weeks if cor From the AP in West we learn about the maniac Leonard Lake He found newspaper some of whom he allegedly set loose in his cabin and hunted down like And from the AP in we are advised that Steve Cauthen became the first jockey to win the 206th Epsom Derby in In Northern a monthly magazine called In Flight reminded its readers that the material in this and every issue is Across the in a cartoonist named Jack Young inserted a classified ad in the He wanted everyone to know that his and Johnny the are Let us now write 10 times upon the peeves and crotchets Jean McCracken of winces when forte is pronunced Doris also of is annoyed by either side when each side is Mary Baresh of Seattle objects to starting sentences with and or Keith Leeds of Indianapolis is fed up with waitperson and the Sid Morris of Miami niminates as an especially stupid phrase to have Homer Brown of North takes the weeks prize for lining up 14 crochets all in a Among them window of the He writes that hes 76 and grass has been compiling a notebook of domino safety leg nuisances for he cutting bottom and bite are just the tip of the ice By TOM LOEFFLER Representative During my six years as representative of the 21st District in I have never received more complaints and inquiries about the Internal Revenue Service than I iave during the past four The IRS has always been the federal agency Americans love to During the 1985 tax passive dislike for this necessary institution has turned to rage and distrust as Americans have reacted to reports of shredded IRS documents in Austin and massive backups in My friend and fellow has taken the lead in in vestigating the discrepencies un covered in the IRS Service with particular emphasis on the paper shredding incident in According to IRS a firstline unit supervisor at the Austin service Center ordered an employee to destroy between and pieces of taxpayer corespon no actual tax returns were and the IRS has taken steps to correct the procedures which had been used in the Austin The Philadelphia Service which had computer and human problems even more severe than the rest of the country this will not wrap up processing of all its cases until More than pieces of taxpaper correspondence have piled up at the Philadelphia Center to remain unan In response to questions from the members of the Ways and Means Oversight IHs Commissioner Roscoe Egger testified that as of June more than a million taxpayers who had filed their returns on time had not yet received refunds to which they were Given the fact that the average refund this year is one can calculate that as of June tfur IRS was withholding more than million which was due American The federal government pays a high price for these late By the government must pay 111 percent interest on all refunds not returned to taxpayers by June Commissioner Eggers promise that virtually all outstanding returns would be processed by late July did little to allay the concerns of the members of the Ways and Means the Internal Revenue Service is in need of a thorough This agency lias not been responsive to the has broadened its powers and is becoming increasingly inef The growing inability of UK IRS to carry out its basic tax collecting and processing tasks is only one of the very real reasons that Americans have been in recent the Congress has tried with little or no success to impose order and enforce equity at Perhaps the glaring inefficiencies and deficienies which occurred during the 1985 tax season will at last open Congress eyes and stiffen out spine in dealing with this powerful federal Remember when 10 years With the filing deadline for Places and 3 on the City Council less than u month Margaret Naegelin and Bill the current have both announced their New Braunfels Schuetzenverein marksman Bill Wimberley claimed the Simon Memorial Medal Sunday afternoon at the club range by out scoring 29 other shooters with a score of 25 years Bids for construction of the main embankment of Canyon Dam will be opened next Tuesday in the new South Texas resident office of the Corps of Engineers at Canyon Dam instead of the Fort Worth District it was announced last Anna Lee 2045 East who will join the New Braunfels IndepeFort Worth District it was announced last Anna Lee 2045 East who will join the New Braunfels 50 years Sheriff August his Othmar and Eeuty Sheriff John Marion made a trip to this week to secure two prisoners held there on charges of stealing a car belonging to Department leaders have been named for the Comal Independent School District middle and high Canyon High leaders will be Thomas Carter social studies Robert Audy English James Marian math and David Bob Krueger and congressional dignitaries toured the NASA headquarters recently in Houston where they were briefed on the ApolloSoyuz space flight by astronaut Vance Brand and Donald The cities of New Braunfels and Schertz made moves to reconcile their boundary dispute when their legal reprsentatives agreed in principle last week that New Braunfels should extend its south western boundary to the present limits of New Braunfels ex traterritorial Attorney Steve Taylor addressed the Mission Valley Home Demon stration Club on July 1 with a talk on estate planning and keeping wills up to Clinton a 1973 graduate of Canyon High was named the winner in the crop production contest of the 47th annual State Future Farmers of America Convention hold in Houston last Independent School District staff as a special education teacher this is one of 17 teachers attending a cerebral palsy workshop at the University of The grant to the New Braunfels Independent School District to aid in building a new high which appeared to have been lost because of the defeat of the proposed school building program bond will be made Cecil school Stables into eight classrooms was granted to Emit Seidel on his low bid of by the New Braunfels In dependent School Board at its meeting Tuesday Barbara Heuze and Ernestine both students at Canyon High will participate in the fourth annual Cheerleader Clinic 812 at Lamar Merritt Schumann en tertained with a coffee Thursday July in her honoring Mary Leibu of who is currently visiting here with her parents and Tim Descendants of Wilhelm Abel and his the former Dora met at Gruenes Hall Sunday af ternoon and July for their first family Following acceptance of a check from the San Marcos Chamber of Commerce the State Parks Board Monday announced that it will name the proposed 400 to 500 acre state park on the northeast shore of Canyon Dam Reservoir San Marcos State Meta Schmidt here Friday Dietrich a former resident of sustained severe injuries Monday ALL IM IS THAT YOUR GOVeHNfrWrHAS TO COOP TO TOJftL COWING WHAT AmHBUCAMOSHIP ARRIVBPINASGAB fliYT morning when the car in which he was riding was struck by a Missouri Kansas and Texas railway train at a crossing on the old San Antonio about 5 miles south of New Representatives of the church board and various organizations of the First Protestant Church met Tuesday night to formulate plans for the celebration of the congregations ninetieth which occurs this A closing program by German summer school students will be given at Echo Hall Friday July at 8 according to an an npunceraent by Curt principal of the Numerous local persons were Uncling it necessary to seek new forms of amusement this week as they failed to find slot machines and marble boards in their usual The devices were noticably absent about town since the deadline set by Sheriff August Knetsch in his drive to rid the county of this kind of After several months of discussion with dog the Board of City Commissioners Monday secured passage of a revised dog ordinance providing for the licensing and keeping of dogs within the Acting with the recommendation of the Board of City city officials this week made preparations to close the purchase of a strip of land adjoining the city water works in a new development known as Lands Park   

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