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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 23, 2000, New Braunfels, Texas Wednesday, February 23, 2000 — Herald-Zeitung — Page 5A ii Feb. 22, 2000 CLOSE ■ 10,304.84 NET CHANGE +85.32 % CHANGE +0.83 HIGH 10,336.79 LOW 10,103.80 RECORD HIGH Jan 14, 2000 11,722.98 DOW JONES 52-Week High    Low 12-mo %Chg 11,750.28 9,179.21 Dow Industrials 10,304.84 +85.32 +.83 -10.37 +7.97 3,797.05 2,412.85 Dow Transportation 2,459.14 +28.34 +1.17 -17.40 -23.67 336.03 268.59 Dow Utilities 295.90 -2.96 -.99 +4.43 -.12 663.50 572.38 NYSE Composite 590.12 +3.45 +.59 -9.25 -1.32 944.54 685.85 Amex Market Value 934.46 +2.50 +.27 +6.56 +33.32 4,564.45 2,224.21 Nasdaq Composite 4,382.12 -29.62 -.67 +7.69 +84.41 1,478.00 1,216.03 S&P 500 1,352.17 +6.08 +.45 -7.97 +6.37 458.32 352.35 S&P MidCap 437.65 -1.43 -.33 -1.58 +19.98 560.35 381.96 Russell 2000 540.95 -4.73 -.87 +7.17 +35.57 13,813.67 11,146.59 Wilshire 5000 13,150.03 +25.65 +.20 -4.80 +13.78 I NYSE 590.12    +3.45 I Amex 934.46    +2.50 I NASDAQ 4,382.12 -29.62 Gainers ($2 or more) Name Last Chg %Chg Caribnr ConsPap SterlCmc Theragen Sensormt BritTel OMI Cp InfoHold ICICI n ICICI On 3Vie 361/2 439/16 1 49/i6 1813/i6 1793/4 31/16 457/i6 373/4 363/16 +1 +10’/2 +12 +29/16 +31/16 +271/4 +7/l6 +6*fe +51/4 +411/16 +48.5 +40.4 +380 +21.4 + 19.4 +17.9 +16.7 +16.3 +16.2 +14.9 Los E RS ($2 OR MORE) Name Last Chg %Chg AuroraF HlthplnSv PrisnR pf A PNC pfC LondnPac EAndinA Sothbys McDerl H&Q Lfe CSK Ato 33/3 51/4 97/b 65’/4 51V2 16% 15% 117/8 361/2 119/16 -315/16 -53.8 -15/16 -15.2 -111/16 -14.6 -11 -14.4 -7% -12.5 -21/4 -12.1 -21/8 -12.0 -1*16 -11.6 -4*16 -11.1 -17/16 -11.1 Most Active ($1 or more) Name Vol (OO) Last Chg AmOnlne S293976 PhilMor 169188 Lucents 152057 I SterlCmc 150169 Citigrp s 145945 SBC Com 140085 WalMart s 123354 Disney 122869 SchergPI 121325 Compaq 117878 493/4 207/8 52% 439/16 511/4 36 48% 33'/4 37% 24% -1 + 11/4 +% +12 -3/16 —7/l6 +1/8 -21/4 + 13/4 -3/16 Diary Advanced i Declined Unchanged Total issues jNew Highs New Lows I Volume I 1,384 1,689 442 3,515 39 196 1,189,747,030 Gainers ($2 or more) Name Last Chg %Chg IPC Comm Bionova Depmd wt ImpltSc wt StavElec HltCrlnt s PortSys NFC IRIS SpatialT 2441/4+1041/4 21/4    +% 31/16 2 9 7 2V4 25% 311/16 7 +1 +1/2 +21/16 + 19/16 +1/2 +51/4 +% + 13/16 +74.5 +63.6 +48.5 +33.3 +29.7 +28.7 +28.6 +26.1 +25.5 +20.4 Losers ($2 or more) Name Last Chg %Chg TransFncl    2V4 InSiteVis    5 Genetrn gn    7%6 WatscoB    9% Cybexlntl    2% BritATob    89/ie Frontln pf    14% Chqmtlnts    12% AdvMkt wt    2 CET EnvS    2 -21/8 -48.6 -1    -16.7 -15/16 -14.8 -1% -14.8 -7/i6 -13.2 -11/8 -11.6 -1% -11.4 -1% -11.2 -1/4 -11.1 -1/4 -11.1 Most Active (si or more) Name Vol (OO) Last Chg Nasd100T n 186117 197    -i/2 SPDR 16415813431/32 -%2 TexBiotch    30632    13% ATeleSrcn    18836    9    +1/2 Osage    15575    11%    +1% DJIA Diam 15188102i3/ie +5/ie SP Tech    12339    53V2    -Vs BiotechT n    9911    1909/i6    -87/i6 Nabors    9689    31*%    -2 InterDig    9112    33**/i6    -1% Diary Advanced Declined Unchanged Total issues New Highs New Lows Volume 307 345 150 802 29 24 92,722,840 Gainers ($2 or more) Name Last Chg %Chg BncQuad HenlyH Dyntcl Nanomtr Daw Tch ElcFuel Patlnfo AdvDep Videoncs WayneSav 211/32 +1 Va 313/16    +1% 2*%2 +1%2 5011/18+1915/16 2%    +1 Vs 16% +6V2 31/2 +15/16 21/4    +% 21/4    +% 151/2    +5 +92.3 +84.8 +80.4 +64.8 +64.3 +63.4 +60.0 +50.0 +50.0 +47.6 Losers ($2 or more) Name Last Chg %Chg Xenova n CinarCp GlasAire NetterD MergeTc AmritrnsC Infocure Vion un Neoform n AquilaB n 4% 1715/16 9*16 21/8 31/4 6 17 331/4 52% 6V16 -2% -611/16 -3% -% -11/8 -2 -5% -10% -16% —113/16 -37.7 -27.2 -26.1 -26.1 -25.7 -25.0 -24.0 -23.8 -23.7 -23.0 Most Active ($1 or more) Name Vol (OO) Last Chg Oracles 372751 595/16    +% Microsft s 324073 93i3/ie    -1V4 Ciscos 29999012315/16 -1% GlblCrsss 236780    48%    -3% DellCptr s 232307 39«/ie    -i/4 Intel s 223104 106%    +1% Pharmos 203066    7*/+    +2V4 MCI Wld si85522    471/e    +1 SunMics 183402    88    -4'3/i6 Techclone 161423    93/16    +31/32 Diary Advanced Declined Unchanged Total issues New Highs New Lows Volume 1,775 2,389 823 4,987 194 163 1,742,918,600 IT STARTT Stocks of Local Interest ii/ : -■ ■: J: YTD YTD Name Ex Div Yid PE Last Chg%Chg Name Ex Div Yid PE Last Chg%Chg AT&T s NY 88 1.9 27 46V* -1%6 -90 JDS Uni s Nasd 214% +8% +33.1 AXA Fn s NY .10 .3 12 29% -7/« -14.3 JohnJn NY 1.12 1.4 31 78%+13/16 -15.7 Albertsn NY .72 2.7 23 26% +5/16 -17.1 LkSmart n Nasd 38 -Vie +40.7 AmOnlne s NY 49% -1 -344 Lucents NY .08 .2 55 52% +% -29.7 AmlntGp s NY .20 .2 27 86%-2’1/ie -19.8 MCI WW s Nasd 35 47*/% +1 -11.2 Amgen s Nasd 66 67V2-3G/t6 +12.4 McDnWs NY .20 '6 23 325/16 -*16 -19.8 ApldMat Nasd 701785%* +1%* +41.1 Merck NY 1.16 1.8 27 65*/* +3*/* -2.9 BEA Sys s Nasd 137% -8% +97.1 Microsft s Nasd 58 93*%6 -1*/4 -19.6 BankOne NY 1.68 6.8 8 24% +V? 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Wndsll Putnam Funds A VoyA p luard Fds: Welltn PIMCO Funds Inst): TotRt Fidelity Invest: Puritn Fidelity Advisor T: GrOppT Fidelity Invest: Eq Inc Putnam Funds A GrlnA p American Funds Inco p Fidelity Spartan: Eqldx Putnam Funds A: NwOpA p Vanguard Fds: USGro Obi JSMInsy NAV 4-wk 12-mo 5-year Load Invt LC 100,845 127 79 -3.2 +11.2/C +188.4/C 3.00 2,500 SP 100,379 12470 -4.0 ♦7.6/A +204.4/A NL 3,000 LV 53,770 30 92 -2.5 +8 3/A +165.0/8 5.75 260 LV 49,507 26.52 -6.2 -9.5/E +129.3/C 5.75 250 XG 45,061 57.13 -0.9 ♦17.1/E +222 5/D 3.00 2,500 LC 44,925 43.45 -44 ♦0.4/E +106.5/D NL 2,500 LG 42,919 44 21 -1.5 +38 4/B +273.7/B NL 2,500 LG 40,605 4266 -3.3 +23.5/C ♦237.8/C NL 2,500 GL 35,301 81.72 +45 +69.7/A ♦319.0/A NL 2,500 LG 35,263 79 92 -1.9 +46 3/A +491 AJA NL 2,500 IL 34,464 43.12 +16 +55.6/B +174.1/A 575 250 GL 31,852 29 46 +02 +34.4/C +187 6/B 575 250 XG 28,291 31.06 +3.3 +46.0/C +267 1/C 5.75 1,000 SP 27,769 123.50 -4.0 +7.7/A +206.3/A NL 10,000,000 LG 27,253 58 22 -1.2 +15.9/D +202.5/E NL 2,500 XG 27,018 99 03 +10.5 +104.4/A +411.0/A NL 2,500 LV 24,280 22 37 -6.9 —16.5/E ♦109 7/E NL 3,000 XG 24,067 31 63 +22 +56.2/C +279 9/B 5.75 500 BL 23,708 2615 -33 -20/0 +98 1/C NL 3,000 IB 23,638 990 +1.2 +0.9/A +47.2/A NL 5,000,000 BL 22.981 18.01 -3.6 -3.8/E +89.9/C NL 2,500 LV 21,489 42.22 -45 -5.0/D ♦126.5/D 3.50 2,500 El 21,160 47.33 -7.3 -5 6/C ♦113.1/A NL 2,500 LV 19,958 16.90 -6.9 —104/E ♦105.3/E 5.75 500 MP 19,900 1495 -24 —3.4/E +81 2/D 575 1,000 SP 18,908 48.01 -4.0 ♦7.4/A +202.Q/A NL 100,000 XG 18,257 97 22 ♦5.1 +80 2/8 +333 9/B 5.75 500 LG 18,178 41 09 -1.9 ♦11.7/E ♦234.1/C NL 3,000 BL -Balanced, OL -Global Stock, IL -International Stock, LC -Large Cap Core, LG -Large-Cap Growth, LV Large-Cap Val, MT Mortgage, SB -Short-Term Bond, SP -SAP 500, SS Single-State Mum, XC -Multi-Cap Core, XG -Multi-Cap Growth, XV -Multi Cap Val Total Return Chng in NAV with dividends reinvested Rank How fund performed vs others with same ob|ective \ is in top 20%. E In bottom 20% Min Imt Invt Minimum $ needed to invest in fund NA a Not avail NE a Data in question NS a Fund not in existence Source: Lipper, Inc. Stock stock dtv Footnote*: g « Div or earns rn Cdn $, stock In U S Ina New rn past 52 wet** pf» Preferred. s » Spilt of Bv of 20 pct or mote in past 52 weeks cc » PC over 99. dd « toes In last 12 months, rf a Rights, u * Unite. a Trading halted on primary market vj a In bankruptcy or receivership, wd * When distributed, wt« When issued wt« Warrants ww a With warrants. Mutual Fund Footnotes: x a Ex cash dividend NL a No up-ti out sates charge, p a Fund assets used to pay dtetribuiion costs r a Redemption tee or contingent deferred sates toad may appt. t a Both p and r. Gainers and Losers must be worth at least 52 to be IU,iud in tables at left Moist Actives must bs worth at least $1 Volume in hundreds of shares    Source: The Associated Risus. Sates figures ar* unofficial FOSTER/From 1A istrative judicial regions. Judge B.B. Schraub, Third Administrative Judicial Region judge, sent in a proposal for a $138,000 grant to fund a cluster court in his region, which includes Comal County. “I was presented an opportunity, and I saw a need, so I decided to go for it,” Schraub said. This type of co-operation, Hurley said, brought the new court into being. “The district court judges recognized the court would better serve our children and they were very supportive of the effort,” she said. “Local CPS staff, CASA workers, prosecutors and law enforcement officials, involved in and concerned about the welfare of children, worked together to make this cluster court project happen.” As an associate judge, Hathcock was selected by Schraub rather than elected. Local government officials agreed to make Comal County the host county for the cluster court. Hathcock said his permanent office will be in the Comal County Courthouse Annex, but he will travel regularly throughout the area to hear cases. Hathcock, who got his law degree from the University of Texas at Austin, taught a Children’s Rights Clinic at the law school for the past IO years while also representing CPS cases. He said the new cluster court provides continuity to the court system because one judge will preside over all hearings. “I will also be able to devote more time and more individual attention to each case to reach a quick resolution,” Hathcock said. He said CPS staff would spend less time in court and more time devoted to working with families and children. “These are serious cases, and it’s important that we get it right. A poor decision and a child could be seriously injured or killed or a child could be separated unnecessarily from his parents,” he said. “I want to emphasize that this new court does not mean that children were being ill-served before now. This is just an opportunity to better serve children in the foster care system.” Rose Osborn, regional director of Texas Department of Protective and Regulatory Services, said other cluster courts in Texas, including those in the San Antonio area, East Texas and the Rio Grande Valley area, were successful in handling CPS cases. A fifth cluster court is planned for the Laredo area. SPURS/From 1A charging them. But we have 75 percent of the viewing audience in the San Antonio area. They could be putting pressure on the bigger company.” Williams said close to 700,000 San Antonio area residents subscribe to Time Warner. Heidtke said Fox was open to letting Time Warner defer the additional costs into the next budget cycle. “If that was an issue to make this happen, we would offer it again,” he said. Deferring the additional costs was part of the original offer that the local Time Warner Cable office accepted in a verbal agreement in January, Heidtke said. “They were going to share in the costs and defer them to a later time,” he said. “But the corporate office didn’t agree to it.” Williams said there never was a verbal agreement. “The agreement was subject to corporate approval,” he said. The corporate office in New York looked at the entire deal and rejected it, he said. Once the deal was rejected, Fox tried to create different offers, Heidtke said. However, Time Warner came back with offers that weren’t “realistic,” he said. With every counter offer, though, Fox would raise the costs, Williams said. “That’s why we don’t have an agreement,” he said. “They didn’t give a realistic offer.” Accepting any of Fox’s offers would have translated into increased rates for Time Warner Cable customers this year or more-than-nor-mal increases next year, he said. “When you look at the total costs — even with the deferral — it doesn’t make sense,” Williams said. “It’s too expensive. And you put yourself in a less competitive situation.” Instead, Time Warner will telecast the eight games in question at local establishments free of charge. Free hotdogs, soda and popcorn will be served, he said. Alcohol is not allowed. The first three games will be telecast from several screens at Wursthalle in Landa Park, including Tuesday’s game against Miami Heat, the March 2 game against the Minnesota Timberwolves and the March 14 game against the Atlanta Hawks. Doors open at 6 p.m. Time Warner has not decided on locations for a telecast for the following games: March 18 against the Denver Nuggets, March 22 against the L A. Clippers, March 25 against the Cleveland Cavaliers, April 5 against the Sacramento Kings and April 17 against the Vancouver Grizzlies. CUTS/From 1A Texas that subsidizes rural fire prevention districts,” Scheel said. “We don’t want to slight Comal County’ residents of adequate fire protection ... I am proud of the facilities, equipment and protection provided to citizens, but you have to draw the line somewhere.” BVFD, located at 23600 Farm-to-Market Road 3009, is the only fire department contracted by rural fire prevention district No. 3. Commissioners cut funding for RFPD No. 3 from $40,000 in 1999 to $34,000 for the year 2000. However, the district will collect about $102,000 in tax revenue for 2000—almost $9,000 more than it collected the previous year. Scheel said if the overall revenue collected by the districts decreased from one year to the next, the county would not decrease its subsidy that year. But BVFD board members said commissioners are not factoring in annual increases in operational costs, such as inflation, and the manpower and equipment necessary to keep up with projected growth in the district. BVFD treasurer Marsha Kern said payroll alone will cost BVFD $86,000 in 2000. The department budgeted for three full-time firefighters in 2000 — an expense board members said was necessary because of a decrease in volunteer participation. “You can’t count on volunteer labor anymore,” Kern said. “We’ve had to hire people to cover the area.” In an effort to gain public support in its opposition to the funding cuts, BVFD board recently sent letters to about 2,000 residents who reside in RFPD No. 3—the district that contracts BVFD. In the letter, BVFD accused commissioners of deciding, during the 2000 budget process, to “withhold previously committed funds” to the rural fire departments. Scheel said the letters were misleading to constituents. “I think commissioners were very upset by the letters,” Scheel said. “We did not cut funding for the districts entirely — All we are going to do is slowly back out of the funding as their tax base increases.” When referring to the “previously committed funds”, Kern said board members were referring to a verbal commitment by commissioners to fund the districts. “Since the inception of the fire district, they have made a commitment to supplementally fund the district,” Kern said. “When the districts were formed, (former) County Judge Carter Casteel made a verbal agreement with us that funds from the county would still be coming into the fire departments.” Minikin said the letter sent to residents — who all reside in his precinct — painted a one-sided picture of the decision to decrease county funding. BVFD is not the only rural fire department feeling the crunch of budgetary constraints. Scott Campbell, Spring Branch Volunteer Fire Department Chief, said he was surprised by commissioners’ decision to decrease funding of the districts. “I expected to receive the same amount we have been given in recent years. I did not like the surprise factor of it.” Campbell said. “But it’s just another obstacle as volunteer fire departments that we have to overcome. It makes us have to find other ways to fund the department.” Unlimited Internet Personal $ 14.95/month Commercial $24.95/month No Gimmicks - Just Internet 888-437-8392__  www.hillcountry.net When You Need Room For Your Stuff*® Crossover Junction Trading Post 2320 Hwy. 46 Between New Braunfels & Seguin Rent To Own 830-629-7288 Cook • No Credit Checks • No Down Payment • Sm. 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