New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, July 29, 2000, Page 5

Publication: New Braunfels Herald Zeitung July 29, 2000

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 29, 2000, New Braunfels, Texas Saturday, July 29, 2000 —Herald-Zeitung —Page 5A Daily Dow Jones MAY 12,000 11,000 10,000 9.000 8.000 7,000 July 28, 2000 m CLOSE ▼ 10,511.17 NET CHANGE -74.96 % CHANGE -0.71 HIGH 10,649.06 LOW 10,464.50 RECORD HIGH Jan 14. 2000 11,722.98 JUNE    JULY APRIL Stock Market Indexes I 'I (/ 52-Week High Low Name Last Chg %Chg YTD %Chg 12-mo %Chg 11,750.28 9,731.81 Dow Industrials 10,511.17 -74.96 -.71 -8.58 -1.35 3.425.68 2,260 78 Dow Transportation 2,769.53 -30.22 -1.08 -6.98 -16.91 334.14 268 59 Dow Utilities 328 26 -1.71 -.52 +15.85 +4.32 666.90 572.38 NYSE Composite 639.16 -8.04 -1.24 -1.71 +2.09 1,043.46 764.31 Amex Market Value 902.80 -9.53 -1.04 +2.95 +14.54 5.132.52 2.442.22 Nasdaq Composite 3,663.00 -179.23 -4.66 -9.98 +38.83 1,553.11 1,233.70 S&P 500 1.419.89 -29.73 -2.05 -3.36 +6.86 51848 366 05 S&P MidCap 482.75 -5.91 -1.21 +8.56 +18.48 614.16 406.33 Russell 2000 490.22 -11.39 -2.27 -2.88 +10.22 14.734.25 11,446.60 Wilshire 5000 13,196.57 -298 78 -2.21 -4.46 +8 26 Stock Exchange Highlights v NYSE 639.16    -8.04 9 Amex 902.80    -9.53 9 NASDAQ 3,663.00 -179.23 Gainers ($2 or more) Gainers ($2 or more) Gainers ($2 or more) Name Last Chg %Chg Name Last Chg %Chg Name Last Chg %Chg HlthplnSv 3.06 +.50 +19.5 Spinakrlnd 9.38 +2 13 +29.3 MothrWk 9.31 +2.31 +33.0 LandsE 39.25 +4.25 +12.1 Probex n 3.00 +.50 +20.0 ASAT Hd n 7.63 + 1.38 +22 0 OldRep 22.25 +2.38 +11.9 DigPwr 3.88 +.50 +14 8 eSafety n 2.44 +.44 +21.9 OmegHlt 5.75 +.56 +10.8 SportsClb 3.63 +.38 +11.5 NetwNrth 6.50 +1.13 +20.9 TritEng 45.75 +4 38 +10.6 Tengsco n 8.88 + .88 +109 Netplnce n 8.00 +1.38 +20.8 Aventis wt 10.63 +1.00 +10.4 Rottlund 3.00 +.25 +9.1 Lminant n 8 75 +1.50 +20.7 Belo 18.88 +1 75 +10.2 Hmisph wt 306 +.25 +8.9 AML Com 3.00 +.50 +20.0 Indones 3.44 +.31 +10.0 TwldHlth 2.31 +.19 +8 8 MedLgic n 6.00 +1 OO +20.0 GPStrat 5 81 +.50 +9.4 RamcoE 7.50 +.50 +7.1 IMP 2.38 + 38 +18.8 WilshrO 3.75 +.31 +9.1 ICH Cp 5.00 +.31 +6.7 HorzGP 4.00 +.63 +18.5 Losers (S2 or more) Losers ($2 or more) Losers ($2 or more] Name Last Chg %Chg Name Last Chg %Chg Name Last Chg %Chg Nordstr 18.13 -4 06 -18.3 Teletch 2.63 -.75 -22.2 Natl Info 8.03 -7.22 -47.3 i CoxCom 36.00 -788 -179 Gayle wt 2 44 -.44 -15.2 NetObjct 3.81 -3.38 -47.0 TerraNitro 5.00 -1.00 -16.7 WldWire n 3.38 -.56 -14.3 Eloquent n 4.38 -3.63 -45.3 i SuperTel 7.56 -1 38 -15.4 Friendly 4.06 -.50 -11.0 APwCnv 25.81 -20.69 -44.5 I BarryRG 3.19 -.56 -15.0 Depomed 3.25 -38 -10.3 Clarent 45 06 -29.06 -39.2 i CoxCmGth 45.00 -763 -14.5 AdvPhot 2.25 -.25 -10.0 Brightpt 5.06 -2.88 -36.2 Conseco 8.13 -1.38 -14.5 Boundls 5.19 -56 -98 PacifNet s 8.00 -4 00 -33.3 CoxCmlco 51 OO -8.19 -13.8 AdvMag 6.25 -.63 -9.1 Ravisent 4.81 -2.31 -32.5 CmpTsk 4.44 -.69 -13.4 RateXch n 5.13 -.50 -8.9 Telscape 4.13 -1.63 -28 3 I !KinampfB 21.38 I -3.00 -12.3 On2.com 3.88 -.38 -88 Dataram s 25.69 -8.88 -25.7 I Most Active (Si or more) Most Active ($1 or more) Most Active (Si or more) Name Vol (OO) Last Chg Name Vol (OO) Last Chg Name Vol(OO) Last Chg Nokia s 450000 43.50 +2 13 Nasd100T S364765 87.00 -4.63 Cisco s 553556 62.81 -5.19 I AT&T 241790 30.75 -1.13 SPDR 62295 142.09 -328 WrldCom s418710 36 56 -2.75 | NortelNw S214543 73.00 -5.13 SemiHTr n 13522 81 63 -1.06 Microsft 368294 69.69 +.31 Compaq 181749 28.00 -88 Xcelera s 12320 16.44 -1.38 JDS Unis 366550 116.25 -12.38 Lucent 169646 45.25 -1 81 iShSP500 n11478 142.22 -3.17 3Com s 366094 12.94 -.13 LSI Logs 161846 33 25 -.63 Nabors 7318 41 63 -38 CorvisCp n274680 84.72 Texlnsts 153259 57 50 +.75 IvaxCp s 6941 48.50 -1.00 Intel 263472 129 13 -7.88 : GenElec si33884 50 94 -1.44 SP Mid 6027 88.72 -.97 EncTel s 238066 18 13 - 38 ; Motorola s 129927 33 00 -.75 Datalink s 5921 19 81 -1.31 ApldMat s 222089 74.00 -.31 AmOnlne si 16063 52.56 -1.31 GreyWolf 5871 4.31 -.13 APwCnv 200442 25 81 -20.69 Diary Diary Diary Advanced 951 Advanced 209 Advanced 1,121 Declined 1.877 Declined 373 Declined 2,759 | Unchanged 509 Unchanged 191 Unchanged 991 Total issues 3,337 Total issues 773 Total issues 4.871 I New Highs 69 New Highs 11 New Highs 25 I New Lows 98 New Lows 23 New Lows 247 Volume • ■ 1,179,136,135 Volume 71,576,590 Volume 1,649,431,500, Stocks of Local Interest YTD YTD Name Ex Div Yid PE Last Chg %Chg ADC Tel s Nasd 42 06 -5 OO +132.1 AT&T NY 88 2.9 16 30 75 -1.13 -395 4XA Fn 3 NY .10 .3 15 38.31 -2.38 +12.7 Albertsn NY 76 24 36 3106 -06 -3 7 AlteraCp Nasd 65 9313 +519 +87.9 Amazon Nasd 30 OO -138 -606 AmOnlne s NY 52 56 -1.31 -30.7 APwCnv Nasd 24 25 81 -20.69 -2.1 Amgen s Nasd 62 66 38 -2.13 +10 5 ApldMat s Nasd 45 7400 -.31 +16 8 Atmel s Nasd 43 3031 +1 56 +2 5 AviciSys n BMC Sft Nasd 96 75 OO Nasd 18 17.44 -31 -782 BellSouth NY 76 1.9 18 3919 -06 -163 BrMySq NY 98 20 23 50 25 -19 -217 BroadVis s Nasd 33 31 -213 -412 Cabl&Wrls NY .77 15 53.06 -94 +.2 ChaseM s NY 128 26 12 48 38 -150 -6.5 Ciscos Nasd 62 81 -519 +171 CocaCl NY 68 1.1 96 62 69 +225 +7.6 ColgPal NY 63 1.1 35 56 00 -.38 -13.8 Come 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+ 31 -40.3 MMM NY 232 2.5 20 91 OO +200 -7.0 Motorola s NY 16 5 63 33 00 -75 -328 Nasd 10OT s Amex 87 00 -4 63 -48 NextelC s Nasd 55.88 -3.00 +8.2 Nokia s NY 19 4 43 50 +2.13 -8.9 NortelNw s NY 08 .1 73 00 -513 +446 Oracle Nasd 34 72 38 -269 ♦29 2 Palmn Nasd 37 25 ♦169 -608 PepsiCo NY 56 1.3 34 44 75 + 44 +270 Pfizer NY 36 8 48 43 88 -.75 +353 PhmRes NY .11 525 -44 +63 ProctG NY I 40 2.4 25 5919 -38 -460 Qualcom s Nasd 80 62 44 -3.13 -64 5 QwestCm NY 82 48 25 +.38 +12.9 Rambus s Nasd 70 94 +4 25 +320 4 ReliantEn NY 150 45 5 33 63 + 06 +47 0 SBC Com NY 1.02 24 25 42 50 -.31 -12.8 SDL Inc s Nasd 32106 -53 94 +194 6 SunMic s Nasd 94 102 81 -4 63 +32 8 TXU Corp NY 2.40 7.7 9 31.13 ♦ 13 -12.5 Texlnd NY 30 9 10 3175 -.31 -25 4 Texlnsl s NY 09 .2 33 57.50 +.75 +189 3Coms Nasd 19 1294 -.13 +52 2 Tycomn NY 35.25 -81 -2.3 Ventas s Nasd 87 69 -8 50 -8.1 VenzonCm NY 1.54 33 20 47 OO -237 WalMart NY 24 4 45 58 69 -138 -151 WebEx n Nasd 33 06 OO WelisFrgo NY 88 2.1 18 41 88 -.13 +36 WrldCom s Nasd 24 36 56 -275 -311 Xerox NY 80 54 22 1494 + 06 -342 Money Rates Last Pvs Week 9.50 9.50 Discount Rate 60S” 6 OO Federal Funds Rate 650 650 Treasuries 3-month 601 595 6-month (TS3 5 99 5-vear 6 20 6 ’8 10-vear 6.03 5 99 30-year 5 78 5 79 Currencies Last Pvs Day Britain 1 5049 1.5131 Canada 1 4765 1 4716 France 7 1037 70355 Germany 2.1181 20977 Italy 2096 89 207676 Japan 109 71 109 17 Mexico 9 3860 9 3580 British pound expressed in U S dollars All others show dollar in foreign currency Mutual Funds Total Assets Total Return/Rank Pct Min Init Name Vanguard idx Fds 500 Fidelity Invest Magelln American Funds A ICAA p Janus: Fund American Funds A WshA p Fidelity Invest Contra Fidelity Invest Grolnc Janus WrldW Amer Century Inv Ultra American Funds A EupacA p American Funds A GwthA p American Funds A N Per A p Fidelity Invest GroCo Janus Twen Fidelity Invest BluCh Vanguard Instl Fds Instldx PIMCO Funds Instl TotRt Putnam Funds A VoyA p Vanguard Fds Prmcp Vanguard Fds Wndsll Vanguard Fds Welltn Fidelity Invest AggrGr r Fidelity Invest Puritn Putnam Funds A NwOpA p Vanguard Fds USGro Fidelity invest Eq Inc Fidelity Spartan Eqldx Vanguard Idx Fds TotStk Ob) ($Mlns| NAV 4-wk 12-mo 5-year Load Invt SP 105.583 131.14 -1.4 +5.4/A ♦ 174 4/A NL 3,000 IC 104.718 131 52 -1.1 +8 2/C +132.2/D 3 OO 2,500 LV 56.134 31.92 -2.3 +4.8/A +142 1/B 5.75 250 LG 46 868 43 49 -2.4 +21.9/C ♦215 3/B NL 2,500 IV 44.994 28 20 -09 -103/E +116 0/C 5 75 250 XG 44,469 55 93 -24 +6.9/E ♦146 4/D 3.00 2,500 LV 42,396 46 56 -0.7 ♦3.2/B +147 2/8 NL 2,500 GL 42,173 75.21 -24 +42 3/A +228 1/A NL 2,500 LG 41.681 43 39 -06 +19.6/C +159 2/D NL 2,500 IL 37,173 39 35 -4.9 +23.3/B +120 8/A 5,75 250 XG 36.773 3310 -1.9 +38 6/C +221.1/B 5.75 250 GL 35,754 29 50 -4.1 ♦22 1/C ♦147 0/8 5 75 250 XG 33 681 85 44 -4.6 ♦50 1/B +238 3/A NL 2,500 LG 32,274 7528 -0.3 ♦27 4/B +347,3/A NL 2,500 LC 30.301 59 63 -2.6 +14 1/B +148 2/C NL 2.500 SP 29,644 129 88 -1.4 ♦5.5/A +176.1/A NL 10,000.000 IB 25.920 1000 +09 ♦5.6/A +43 9/A NL 5.000.000 XG 25,918 29 79 -30 +32 9/C ♦ 197 2/B 5.75 500 XC 23 338 69 21 -2.4 ♦31 3/A +232 2/A NL 3,000 LV 22.159 25 00 ♦0.4 -12.1/E ♦107.3/D NL 3,000 BL 22.002 27 47 ♦04 -2AID +85 4/C NL 3,000 XG 21,402 54 45 -7.1 ♦39 2/C ♦259 0/A NL 2,500 BL 21,208 18 87 -0 I -0 8/D +80 5/C NL 2,500 XG 21.156 90 68 -3.7 +51.2/B ♦223 6/B 5 75 500 LG 20,457 43 79 -21 ♦16 4/D +205 9/B NL 3,000 El 20.406 50 77 -03 -6 4/C +104 7/A NL 2.500 SP 20.070 50 37 -1 5 ♦51 /A +171 8/A NL 100,000 XC 19,829 31 81 -2.2 ♦75/C ♦154 rn NL 3.000 BL -Balanced, GL -Global Stock It International Stock IC 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 Hank How fund performed vs oth ers with same objective A is in top 20% E in bottom 20% Min Inn Invt Minimum $ needed to invest in fund NA * Not avail NE = Data in question NS * Fund not in existence Source: I ippei Inc _ Stock Footnote*: g « On or earn* m Cdn $, stock in U S I n * New to past 52 weeks pf * Preferred * « SpW or stock dtv of 20 pct or more rn past $2 weeks cc « PE over 99 dd * lose in last 12 months it * Rights u * Units v * Trading halted ort pnmary market vj * In bankruptcy or recerverebtp wd * When distributed un « When issued wt * Warrants ww « With warrants Mutual Fund Footnotes: x « Ex cash dividend NL « No up-tront sales charge p « Fund assets used to pay dwtntoutan ooets r« Redemption tee or contingent deterred sales toad may apply t • Both p and r. Gainers and Losers must be worth at least $2 to be listed m tables at left Moat Actives must be worth at least St Volume rn hundreds of shares    Source: The Associated Press Sales figures are unofficial Friend who pockets tips is cheapskate Looking Back Dear Abby DEAR ABBY: I just learned something about an acquaintance I have known for about 12 years. She was my customer until I stopped working a few months ago. I have taken her out for coffee once a month to stay in touch and keep with the news. Last week, after coffee, she took her time leaving the table. I glanced back and was shocked to see her pick up the tip I had left for the server. I watched her again today as we were leaving the coffee shop. She did it again. Abby, I like her, but I no longer want to take her out for coffee, especially not in this restaurant. It’s one my husband and I visit frequently. I’m embarrassed that the servers haven’t been getting my tips and must think I’m cheap. How do I handle this friendship, and how' do I walk into that restaurant again without hanging my head? — BAFFLED IN TACOMA DEAR BAFFLED: You may have been acquainted with this person for 12 years, but you’re just now getting to know' her. How to “’handle the friendship”? Confront her. Ask if she’s having financial difficulties. Lay down the law and tell her you will not stand for this kind of behavior. As for the personnel who have been stiffed: Talk to the manager of the restaurant and offer to make good the gratuities that have been pocketed by your guest. DEAR ABBY: I belong to a group that meets weekly for potluck dinners. Several guests regularly help themselves to two servings of an entree and several pieces of bread before everyone has had the opportunity to get a first serving. Because of this, there is often no meat or bread left for those at the end of the line. Others eat quickly and get back in line for second and third helpings before some have had their first! This can only be described as gluttony, and it has upset members of our group. Should we appoint a leader and announce the buffet-line rules before the dinner begins, or should we speak to the offenders individually? OFFENDED IN TEXAS DEAR OFFENDED: I think an etiquette lesson is in order. Don’t single out the culprits; it would only embarrass them. Make a general announcement of the rules before dinner. Alternatively, designate members to “serve” sensible portions. That should put a stop to the pigging out. DEAR ABBY: When a spouse dies, I know that many people continue to wear their wedding rings. However, after a divorce, how soon must you remove them? EVE IN ALABAMA DEAR EVE: Tradition and the rules of etiquette dictate that when a woman is no longer married, she removes her wedding hand. The rings can be disposed of in any way she sees fit. (Some women have them made into earrings!) However, I find it curious that anyone would persist iii wearing a reminder of a painful experience on her ring finger, left hand — which would discourage attention from someone who might be suitable. What teens need to know about sex, drugs, AIDS, and getting along with peers and parents is in “What Every Teen Should Know." To order, send a business-sized, self-addressed envelope, plus check or money order for $3.^5 ($4.50 in Canada) to: Dear Abby, Teen Booklet, P.O. Box 447, Mount Morns, IL 61054-0447. (Postage is included.) 125 years ago (1875) Translators: Carl and Ethel Saur The laying of the cornerstone for the new German Protestant Church building took place on Sunday, July 18 after the 8 o’clock church service. IOO years ago (1900) Translator: Betty Pfeuffer Triesch Cannon fire and military sounds enlivened the celebration of July Fourth in New' Braunfels. The Fire Brigade in ornamented uniforms paraded through the streets with Waldschmidt’s Band stopping at the plaza and playing a concert. In the evening a dance was held in the Exhibition Association’s Pavillion. Anton Werner Jr. received a patent on his cornshucking machine from the Patent Office in Washington. 75 years ago (1925): Arlene Krueger Seales Messrs. A.D. Nuhn, Oscar Babel and Rudolph Coreth were camping on the bank of the Comal river. Monday night Mr. Nuhn heard the cries of a woman for help and rushing to the river saw a woman on the opposite side of the stream about to sink. Not taking time to disrobe, he plunged into the water and aided her in landing. She was taken to the hospital and after being questioned two or three times by City Marshal Moeller, it was learned that her name was Mrs. Emma Buell, of San Antonio, where she was living with her husband and her son and daughter, all whom had employment down there. Monday morning, it is stated, she came downtown in San Antonio with her husband and later giving him the slip came to the Comal river near here and was seen by different parties wandering in the vicinity of w here she was taken from the water. At first she would not give her name nor where she lived, but later gave the whole story and stated that she was 52 years years of age. Had not Mr. Nuhn arrived just when he did the lady would undoubtedly have drowned as she was in water nearly 15 feet deep and was clinging to growth along the bank. No cause other than that her mind was temporarily unbalanced can be assigned for the rash act. Staats Bros, confectionery is now one of the most up-to-date places in tow n. The front of the building was recently remodeled, the fireplug removed, which permits curb service, and they have an eight compartment Frigidaire, ice cream cabinet, which was installed by A.W. Kroesche, local dealer for the Delco Light. This enables them to keep several varieties of their homemade ice creams and ices in perfect condition, without packing in salt and ice. 50 years ago (1950): Rosa Linda De La Cerda This year, for the second successive time, Mrs. Donald (Hilda) Rahe of 1060 W. Bridge was named Queen of the Schuetzenverein in the match held July 2. The title of Queen is given to the one whose shot comes closest to the center of the target. Her total score for the match was 242. The beginners in the beginners band under the direction of Mr. Lee Kohlenberg are: bass horn, Doylee Epworth; bells, Myra Autry, Kay Lynn Faust, Barbara Meek; drums, Anneliese Below, Sandra Meyer, Anna Lou Leissner; flute, Clara Titus, Janelle McEachern; french horn, Ruth Berger, Anne Rose I lorry; trombone, Paul Hanz. Ray 00^s''AL( H/: Genuine U.S. and Foreign Coins Also Coin Jewelry Ne tu ill rn un fide 3| ulue Ii cr JSN Lamia • Suite J • (>29-27SI ROSEMARIE LEISSNER Gregory Rappel; Saxophones, Anna DeRay, Joan Doeppenschmidt, Maxine Glenewinkel, Warren Gafford, Johnny Grist, Barbara Guenther, Susan Richter, Marlene Schumann, Bobby Sinclair, George Soechting; clairinet, Edmund Bauer, Barbara Borchers, Chris Bradford, Lou Em Denmark, Rennie Guenther, Roma Jechow, Mike Knetsch, Sandra Schumann, Catherine Specht, Sara Jo Thompson; cornets, Kenneth Cullinane, Bobby Eilze, Lee Kohlenberg, Jr., Gerald Kriewald, Milton Nelson, Judy Lee Powell, Helmuth Schlameus, Louis Seekatz, and Kenneth Staats. 25 years ago (1975) Myra Lee Adams Goff The "hole" at the former Eiband-Fischer property on Main Plaza is rapidly disappearing as New Braunfels Utilities directors have ordered it filled up with dirt to level it for parking. The former Eisenberg Furniture building is to be remodeled to house the Utilities offices on the first floor. Army Lt. Col. Julius Parker Jr. whose mother, Mrs. Vemille Parker, lives at 646 N. Central Ave., has graduated from the Army War College at Carlisle Barracks, Pa. The 10-month course at the Army's senior educational institution, prepares senior officers for top-level command and staff positions in the armed forces throughout the world. Stock holders of the New' Braunfels National Bank have elected 13 persons as permanent directors of the new bank. The action taken last Saturday at the first meeting of the bank’s shareholders was announced by Herbert R. Schneider, chairman of the bank. Directors elected Saturday Saturday July 29. 2000 include Schneider, Bill W. Davis, who is president of the bank, George E. Becker, William H. Borchers, Dr. Frederick Frueholz Jr., Delbert J. George, Harry Heimer, Faye L. Krueger, Raymond Mendez Jr., Edward P. Nolte, William C. Richter, William F. Staats and Hector M. Tamayo. (Submitted by the Comal Count}’ Historical Commission and the Sophienburg Museum and Archives.) ■ Jftarket Times Good Fri. July 28st - Thur. Aug. 3rd 651 Business Loop, 1H 35 N. Matinee Daily (830) 625-4400 www.movie-info.com/ONeil/ Where the Heart Is I 12:20, 2:40,5:10. 7:30, 9:50 Gladiator B 12:25,3:20,6:20,9:20    ‘ Road Trip I 12:50, 3:15, 5:15,7:20, 9:25 Mission Impossible 2 1:15,4:00, 7:00, 9:30 Chicken Run I 12:55, 2:55,4:55, 6:55, 8:55 Me, Myself & Irene O 12:30, 2:50, 5:05, 7:25, 9:45 Adventures of Rocky and BuIlwinkJe 13 12:40, 2:40,4:40, 7:05, 9:05 £1 The Kid IS 12:30, 2:35, 4:45, 7:10, 9:15 Loser GSS 1:10, 3:20, 5:25, 7:35, 9:40 a* Pokemon 2000 El 1:00, 3:00, 5:00, 7:00, 9:00 ™ Gone In 60 Seconds GSS 12:45, 3:05, 5:20, 7:35, 9:50 cb Nutty Professor 2 EE 12:35, 2:45, 5:05, 7:15, 9:35 TODAY'S CROSSWORD PUZZLE ACROSS 1 Meadow sound 4 Merrily 9 Hero’s deed 13 Leatherworking tool 14 Stan’s co-star 15 Stern 16 Oasis trees 18 The A list, e g. 19 Diagram 20 Log-cabin rug, maybe 22 Spookiest 25 Pump or loafer 26 Swimming stroke 28 “The Starspangled Banner,” eg 32 Important 35 Type of preview or thief 37 Barrel part 38 Salute 40 Transfer picture 42 Ken or Lena 43 Colorado tree 45 Bus station 47 Cold-weather malady 48 Created a cozy home 50 Light parody 52 Identical sibling 54 Electrical units 58 Regarded highly 62 Intended 63 Knot 64 Petticoat 67 Yawns 68 Praise 69 Expected to arrive 70 Hurried 71 Like Mensa members 72 Drink daintily DOWN 1 Sheriffs ID 2 Cognizant 3 Bride's destination 4 Pocket—: burrowers 5 Neighbor of Ga. 6 Under the weather 7 Branch 8 Positive votes 9 Certain singing voice 10 Actor Estrada 11 — spumante 12 After that 15 Long-legged waders 17 Grand in scale 21 “I got it1" 23 Beach material 24 Suit material PREVIOUS PUZZLE SOLVED PS p v i c H A D I s L A T ■ W A R E I L O L A c E D E S O M A I A B O U I R A J A H L O W ■ R O U B L E S O M E F A N C I E SBH Y E T i — 0 N T E A R N N E D T W I s T c L U E M I D I WO N T C 0 A L S A N N O A R C R I N S U G A R S E A S E N D O W L P I K A Hi A B A S H E D U N A N I M 0 U S L ■ A M A F A B L E ■ A L T A i D E T O G L E R I S N I T I O K R A ■ E T S A R E I G U Y i 7-29-00 2000. 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Publication: New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

Location: New Braunfels, Texas

Issue Date: July 29, 2000

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