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Lost Huawei phone, black phone case with stickers. Lost at LaVernia park 10-22-16 @ 7:00 and 7:30 pm. If found, call 830-216-0493, for Fred or Krista.

Video"Mama" has been missing since Sunday evening, Oct. 16 at Countryside Apartments. Cat picture is online. If someone decided to keep her, please let us know at least. Thanks. 830-391-2153.
Lost: Black Angus bull, C.R. 417 and C.R. 422 area, Stockdale. 210-241-1844.
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Roper's Bar is now hiring bartenders, bar-backs, and waitresses. Apply at Roper's, 528 10th St., Monday-Saturday after 4:00 p.m.
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Carter Thomas  
April 28, 2009 10:40am
Monica you are exactly right. Years ago when I was in Elementary School, I learned about imports and exports. I learned of a tariff put on Japanese goods. I asked what it was all about and was told a tariff is a tax. It hurt the sale of Japanese goods in our country. Years later in high school and college Economics I learned that legislators should only tax that which they wish to suppress, Rudy V and ks seem to agree with this in that they agree with the cigarette and liquor taxes. Now tell me this, what knuckle head policy maker believes it is good to devise a policy that naturally suppresses income? Our Founders developed very good ways to raise money for the government and it was NOT the income tax. We need to ask our elected officials by what authority do they act? If it is not authorized in the Constitution, we should fire them. If we hold them accountable and demand that the federal government manages our money like we are required to manage our household income, we’ll have a smaller, less intrusive federal government and we’ll then have more resources to support our state and local governments. This is the way it was designed and the way it should be.
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