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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 16, 2000, New Braunfels, Texas                                Saturday September 16 2000 HBRALDZB1TUNG PflgeSA DAILY Dow JONES Sept 15 2000 CLOSE NET CHANGE CHANGE HIGH LOW RECORD HIGH DOW JONES JULY AUGUST STOCK MARKET 52Week High Chg Chg Chg Industrials Dow Transportation Dow Utilities NYSE Composite Amex Market Value Nasdaq Composite SSPMidCap Russell 2000 WilshireSOOO EXCHANGE fNYSE AMEX NASDAQ Week Prime Discount Federal Funds LOOKING BACK GAINERS OR OR OR MORE Name Last Chg Last Chg Last Chg Chg GPStrat LTCPrp n KeySMdn WiserO Magellan Xerox McDerl BwnSh Viasystn Avista LOSERS OR OR OR MORE Name Last Chg Last Chg Last Chg Chg Unova Metals Pentair Aamess ArvMeritn GCCos Actuants ITT Ed McDrmd Chyron MOST ACTIVE S1 OR ACTIVE S1 OR ACTIVE S1 OR MORE Name Vol 00 Last Vol 00 Last Vol 00 Last Chg Lucent 291309 S 735393 Xerox 27614B 40857 s 633193 GenElecs202219 26766 576610 NortelNw 199446 18699 479233 176453 18436 340317 ChaseMs 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Mutual Fund Foelnatet x Ex cash diyldandNt s upIrani p a Fund assets used to pay ftaircy Th9 Associated Praia Sate tigum w unofliclai 125 years ago 1875 Translators Carl and Ethel Saur John Mueller will sell or rent his home and store on San Antonio Street across from the Courthouse This includes stalls cornhouse and a good well C Alves gives notice that the indi viduals who were spreading mali cious gossip about him had better stop or he will press legal charges against them 100 years ago 1900 Translator Betty Pfeuffer Triesch Galveston Hurricane At least persons are dead All but 1 or 2 churches lie in ruins The Old Womens Home is shat tered Ball High School the pride of Galveston is destroyed The cotton mill sack factory gas works Electric Company every large company is either badly damaged or destroyed Dead bodies of men and animals lie everywhere Many ships large and small are either sunk or stranded on land The Mallory Docks are destroyed Light towers have disappeared Only posts of the and wagon bridges which connected Galveston Island to the mainland are still standing Telephone and telegraph lines lie on the ground All drink ing water is contaminated Gov Sayers telegram request ing help for hurricane victims in Galveston was received by Mayor Jahn at 11 Monday By 9 Tuesday morning the mayor was able to report to the governor that a carload of wheat and cornmeal was sent on the same day as the appeal was received Gov Sayers telegraphed his thanks to the peo ple of New Braunfels for their liberal gift The engagement of Harry Galle and Alma Nebergall is announced to the joy of family and friends 75 years ago Arlene Krueger Seales A few days since Oscar Doeppenschmidt purchased of D Stahl Son a Nash Advanced Six SevenPassenger Sedan and expressed himself pleased with his purchase Miss Marie Fischer left ROSEMARIE LEISSNER GREGORY Monday for Victoria where she will be night superintendent at the Victoria Hospital Miss Clara Kronkosky of Boerne was a visitor here this week 50 years ago Rosa Linda De La Cerda The city approved an expendi ture of more than Monday when it paid up its year ly dues to three organizations The biggest item on the account was the which goes to the Board of City Development and the Comal County Chamber of Commerce Now that it is the end of the Chambers fiscal year and with the attendant lack of funds the money was sorely needed in the Chamber office The Emmie Seele Faust Memorial Library was to receive for the year ending July 1951 and the Sophienburg Museum was approved for Special taxes are levied in the general fund for these projects Tommy Ortiz an exUnicorn football star who just returned from a twoweeks encampment with the Texas National Guard at North Foil Hood participated in a swimming meet while there and won first place in a relay swim ming for the Headquarters Battery of New Braunfels Ortiz also tied for first place in another event diving but lost it on the flip of a coin for the medal It will be recalled that Ortiz won the Texas National Guard welter weight boxing championship for the 36th Infantry Division back in 1948 Frederick L Beaty son of Mr and Mrs Beaty of New Braunfels has just returned from a twoyear stay in He has been studying under a Rhodes Scholarship at Oxford University there where he received his Bachelor of Letters degree After receiving his diplo ma from New Braunfels High School Beaty took a Bachelor of Arts degree at the University of Texas and received his Master of Arts degree from Harvard University Frances and Hilda Beth Nowotny entertained 24 guests with a luncheon and canasta party at the Hotel Faust last Friday A special guest at the luncheon was Laura Sue Durenburger of Georgetown who visited with the Nowotnys last week 25 years ago 1975 Myra Lee Adams GofT With a total of votes cast Tuesdays City Council election took its place as one of the biggest voter draws in the munic ipalitys history DEAR ABBY I have been living with a man for more than a year We get along perfectly and he says he loves me The problem is he will not make a commitment to get married 1 do everything a wife would do to make a comfortable home for us 1 am approaching middle age and I want the security of marriage Should I wait for him hoping he will change his mind or should I move on and find someone who would like to make a Any help would be appreciated DISAPPOINTED IN SEATTLE DEAR DISAPPOINTED Sometimes people dont realize how precious something is until its gone Tell your roommate he has had enough free samples that its marriage or nothing If he loves you youll get your proposal If he doesnt you are better off without him A man who loves a woman wants her to have the security that comes with a marriage license DEAR ABBY Do you think my mothers brother and his wife should be invited to my parents 50th wed ding anniversary dinner when three years ago they failed to acknowledge the death of my brother My unele claimed illness for not visiting the funeral home or attending the funer al They never sent flowers or even a card And their granddaughter owns a card AND ANGRY IN PENNSYLVANIA DEAR HURT AND ANGRY Please do not be so quick to judge People grieve in their own way Not everyone is comfortable attending funerals and your uncle and his wife may have been afraid to bring up the subject of your brothers death for tear of causing you even more pain Unless your parents wish to single these relatives out for exclusion they should be invit ed DEAR ABBY arket plac Times Good iFri Sept 15th Thurs Sept 21st 1 651 Business Loop IH 35 N Matinee Daily 830 6254400 Chicken Gun B The Kid E Bait B Gone In 60 Seconds M Nutty Professor 2 0 Coyote Ugly Q Bless the Child D Hit The Replacements Q The Cell B ScaryMovie B Dinosaur The Watchers I No Early Shows Monday thru Friday Elected were Mrs Margaret Naegelin Place I John H Matney Place 2 and Jack Kyle Place 3 Krueger House or Hotel Krueger Those are the two names for Hotel Faust now under consideration by its new owners who purchased the historic hostelry from the Arlon Krueger estate on July 7 There is still some paper shuffling to do but but the sale is in effect complete The new owners are Frank H Buzz of Austin and Nicholas Nick the Greek Kappelas of New Braunfels Submitted by the Comal County Historical Commission and the Sophienburg Museum and Woman who wants marriage still waits single in Seattle f j i ft just build pbtffolios we build 4I At Edward Jones before we invest your money we invest our time As we see it helping you retire the way you want to is about more than recommending investments Its about knowing you and understanding your dreams Call or stop by today STAN A CUNNINGHAM 650 Landa St 830 6290055 Membtr SIPC Edwardjones Serving Individual Investors Since 1871 Saturday Sept 16 2000 TODAYS CROSSWORD PUZZLE ACROSS 1 Coffee servers 5 Skirt feature 9 Rubiks 13 Astronaut Armstrong 14 Kind of duty 16 Summit 17 Fable 18 Household pest 19 Zero 20 Sign of the future 21 Actress 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