Friday, March 29 — The highly complicated computer is generally viewed as an operation in a scientific never-never land that the ordinary person does not enter. But last week Highlands University’s IBM 1620 produced answers that anybody can understand. Dr. A.A. Kraus, a physics professor at Highlands, said the computer determined the points at which local sales tax should be set: To 10 cents, no tax; 11 to 36 cents, one cent; 37 to 61 cents, two cents tax; 62 to 86 cents, three cents tax; 87 cents to $1, four cents tax.
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