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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 21, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas New Texas August Join PTA During registration at Lone Star Primary PTA members talked to parents about joining the organization and also sold Tshirts to help raise Manning the table are Sarah Lone Star PTA membership chair man Marilyn assis tant principal and Denise PTA Photo by Deryl Eye Openers By Henry Hull LENS COATINGS Will coating thick lenses make them appear thinner Today there are many kinds of Edge coating covers the thicker outer edge or run of lenses of very nearsighted making less obvious the retractive rings that reveal the power of the These coatings can be make to match the color ol the Once applied to the the coating lasts Antireflective coating reduces the images of lights and those projected Irom the lenses themselves which sometimes can be irritating 10 sensitive eyes Color coaling tints lenses with a variety of colors for purely cosmetic reasons or m some to lessen the obviousness of a thick Metallic coatings are used to reduce light transmission to a degree that makes this lens popular with drivers and many other sportsmen or patients who work outdoors Metallic coatings were originally developed during World War II to reduce light interference for pilots Brought to you as a community service by Henry Hull 147 Fredericksburg 6255716 Come See Your Neighbor JIM SCHMIDT Krueger Chevrolet 386 Antonio Downtown New Braunfels Phone 6253451 NOTICE To All Merchants Advertising for our new Fall VISITORS GUIDE Will Deadline August 28 Be Sure You Are Included In This Favorite Book Produced For the Many Tourists That Visit Our Lovely Our Fall visitors rely on the Fall Visitors Guide to inform them on Where to go and What to Make sure that you are not left out of this edition of the Fall Gal one of our sales representatives Today for full information and rates 6259144 KUie Special committee hears talk about state incometax AUSTIN At1 A citizen legislator panel should consider per sonal and corporate income tax and their implications for Texas because of growing sentiments for the group was There should be no sacred in cluding an income as the Select Committee on Tax Equity prepares its report for the 1989 Carolyn editor of Viewpoints for the Dallas Morning said Committee executive director Billy Hamilton said the panel would con sider a personal income tax and its implications for the state at Its June Fort Worth Mayor Bob said federal aid as a source of revenue for cities totaled percent in but now provides only about 6 percent to 7 percent of all municipal Seniors are tops at Octoberfest By JULIE JOHNSON County Extension Agent The center of Thats what mature adults 55 and over will be at the Texas 4H Center on Lake Brownwood when hundreds will enthusiastically participate in the seventh annual Octoberfest during September and Sponsored by the Texas Agricultural Extension five consecutive weeks are of fered from which men and women alike may choose Octoberfest I 1 Octoberfest II 69 Octoberfest III 1316 Octoberfest IV 2023 Octoberfest V Featured educational pro grams and activities offer a wide variety of topics to fulfill highest expectations of all who Topics include exploring in surance cooking new tax and Energiz ing and relaxing recreational op portunities will stimulate en thusiasm where all will welcome fellowship and new Learning Centers will offer handson experience in a variety of areas such as oil wind chime antique country and Boat guided nature and fishing on Lake Brownwood add popularity to your Swimming in the olympicsized tennis on lighted shuffled and card and table games round out the A special theme of Southern Ladies and Southern Gentle ment will provide a festive at mosphere to the newly expanded Octoberfest 55 and older Its for Each weekly event is limited to the first 105 par ticipants at the cost of per Get away and learn to make the most of the best years of your Call the county ex tension office today at 6259178 for more UT will offer Bible classes one more time AUSTIN AP After ruling such courses are At torney General Jim Mattox has in dicated that Bible courses can be reinstated at the University of Texas for one semester while an arrange ment is worked out to offer the courses at another Officials said Thursday continua tion of the courses at UT during the fall semester has the approval of whose opinion on the con stitutionality of the courses resulted in their cancellation by UT in UT President William Cunningham said a decision to continue the courses was made this week after talks with officials at Austin Com munity which may offer the courses after they are phased out at and after meetings between UT officials and the Biblical Studies an offcampus group that has sponsored the courses at The attorney general has in dicated that as part of a phaseout we can continue the courses or a Cunn ingham The courses are a legitimate area of study for a univer and we are very pleased to have them taught another We are genuinely concerned about in conveniencing No details have been worked but the plan is that ACC would annex our biblical studies program as it has been at said Charles chair man of the We would offer the same courses with the same instructors but would become part of the course offerings at ACC in the Exalton ACC vice president of academic said details re main to be worked but there ap pears to be a good possibility that ACC will offer the beginning next What we plan to do is provide these services for the University of Texas in accordance with the guidelines on constitutionality from the attorney he said in May that Bible courses at state schools are constitu tional if they follow certain guidelines to avoid excessive en tanglement with A school could offer courses taught by its faculty or could grant transfer credit for courses taught by a religious organization but could no longer grant credit directly for courses in which the instructors were paid by a religious Mattox The Bible courses at UT had been coordinated by the Biblical Studies Association and had been taught by instructors paid through endowed chairs set up by religious denomina Delco said strategies are still be ing devised for how ACC can offer the courses within Mattoxs ACC will probably con sider an arrangement through which the college would pay the Bible in structors at least part of their he Dear Atby every day in the Real Estate Classified VLADIMAR POSPISIL RECEIVES PAST PRESIDENT PLAQUE Vladimir Pospisil local real estate ap is showr receiving the Past Presi dents plaque from Juar Del cur rent president of the South Texas Texas Chapter of the National Association ol Master Appraisers NAMA at a recent twc day educational seminar held in San An coowner ol Pospisil Appraisal Ser holds profesional designations for farm and and commercial appraising from the Na tional Association of Master He is active in his profes sional having served as Presi Charles Motz IV has attained his Real Estate Salesmans license and will be working with Century 21 Norris Real in New I have wanted to be in the real estate field for a long I served 9 years in the which I en but decided to engage in a more lucrative I am presently active in the Army so I can have the best of both worlds Charlie Charlies family lives in New Braunfels and he coaches the little league team at the of which his son is a We look for Charles to be an exciting member of our team Mike Nor said of Cen tury 21 Norris dent of the New Braunfels Board of Realtors and currently serving as a members of the Professional Stan dards and MLS Commit tee of the In add he is President Elect of the Texas Chapter of With over 4500 members nationally and 1300 in Texas founded to further the profession of real estate appraisal by providing an organiza tion dedicated to educating its members through modern and in tensive NAMA is an indepen dent association of real estate Rial Estate Financing We will pay up to 100 for your 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