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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 14, 2000, New Braunfels, Texas Daily Dow Jones Oct. 13, 2000 A. CLOSE ■ 10,192.18 NET CHANGE +157.60 % CHANGE +1.57 HIGH 10,208.09 LOW 10,014.24 RECORD HIGH Jan. 14, 2000 11,722.98 DOW JONES JULY AUGUST SEPTEMBER OCTOBER Stock Exchange Highlights__________________ A NYSE IB 637.61 +13.49 ▲ Amex H 914.45 +1.04 A Nasdaq m 3,316.77 +242.09 Gainers ($2 or more) Gainers ($2 or more) Gainers ($2 or more) Name Last Chg %Chg Name Last Chg %Chy Name Last Chg %Chg Simula 2.06 +.69 +50.0 TexBi wl 5.00 +1.50 +42.9 OpntTchn 30.00+10.50 +53.8 FdDS wtD 5.50 +1.50 +37.5 Bionova 2.13 +.44 +25.9 Equinix n 7.56 +2.38 +45.8 MfrsSvcsn 10.44 +2.25 +27.5 EagleW n 3.06 +.56 +22.5 EchelonC 29.13 +9.13 +45.6 Gateway 53.11 +9.48 +21.7 Vasogen n 7.75 +1.31 +20.4 MicPwr 8.56 +2.56 +42.7 CypSem 38.63 +6.75 +21.2 DigPwr 3.88 +.63 +19.2 CUseeMe 3.75 +1.09 +41.2 Dsneylnt n 8.38 +1.44 +20.7 DOH Tch n 5.25 +.75 +16.7 AcrnHold 2.19 +.63 +40.0 Spherion 12.75 +2.19 +20.7 TexBiotch 13.00 + 1.85 +16.6 Silcnlmg 18.00 +5.13 +39.8 AMCOL 5.31 +.88 +19.7 MS JDS02n 20.25 +2.25 +12 5 SciQst n 4.00 +1.13 +39.1 SciAtls 53.13 +8.06 +17.9 AimGT q 6.25 +.69 +12.3 Women.cm 2.25 +.63 +38.5 Penney 10.44 +1.56 +17.6 Boundls' 5.75 +.63 +12.2 WebTrnds 21.06 +5.56 +35.9 Losers ($2 or more) Losers ($2 or more) Losers ($2 or more) Name Last Chg %Chg Name Last Chg %Chg Name Last Chg %Chg ChmpE 3.00 -.50 -14.3 FurrsRst s 2.38 -.38 -13.6 MyPoints 2.19 -2.69 -55.1 ZDnet 11.25 -1.63 -12.6 Daxor 11.13 -1.50 -11.9 AdvEnld 16.50 -9.44 -36.4 BentonOG 2.19 -.31 -12.5 Friendly 2.94 -.38 -11.3 AvadoB pf 3.50 -2.00 -36.4 Welder 3.19 -.44 -12.1 StavElec 8.88 -1.00 -10.1 apian 5.00 -2.75 -35.5 ZiffDavis s 6.44 -.88 -12.0 Ableauct n 3.63 -.38 -9.4 EngMea 3.38 -1.81 -34.9 PNC pfC 97.50 -12.50 -11.4 UTI Eng s 21.00 -200 -8.7 NetCreat n 5.00 -2.50 -33.3 I 7-Eleven 10.75 -1.25 -10.4 iShBasM n 30.06 -2.44 -7.5 DbleClck 12.44 -5.69 -31.4 CatalLt 2.69 -.31 -10.4 SevenSeas 2.44 -.19 -7.1 BrazilFst 2.06 -.81 -28.2 Weirt 2 44 -.25 -9.3 Panaco n 3.38 -.25 -6.9 AtlTch un 2.25 -.75 -25.0 Insteel 3.69 -.38 -9.2 InSiteVis 6.75 -.50 -6.9 LifeMind n 9.25 —J. 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Magelln American Funds A: ICAA p Janus: Fund American Funds A: WshA p Fidelity Invest: Contra Amer Century Inv: Ultra Janus WrldW Fidelity Invest: Grolnc American Funds A: GwthA p American Funds A: EupacA p Janus: Twen Fidelity Invest: GroCo American Funds A: N PerA p Fidelity Invest BluCh Vanguard Instl Fds: Instldx Putnam Funds A VoyA p PIMCO Funds Instl: TotRt Vanguard Fds. Prmcp anguard Fds: Wndsll Fidelity Invest: AggrGr r Putnam Funds A NwOpA p Vanguard Fds: Welitn Vanguard Fds: USGro AIM Funds A: Const p Fidelity Invest Purttn Fidelity Invest: Eq Inc Vanguard Idx Fds: TotStk Ob) (SMIns) NAV 4-wk 12-mo 5-year Load Invt SP 110,525 126 88 -6.2 +8.3'A ♦154.8/A NL 3,000 LC 109,796 127 04 -7.0 +9.7/C +123 7/D 3.00 2,500 LV 57,728 31.50 -4.4 +9.8/B +1314/B 5.75 250 LG 50,851 42.75 -7.5 +22.1/B +198 8/B NL 2,500 LV 45,805 28.58 -3.7 +0.2/E +103.1/D 5.75 250 XG 45,025 55.41 -5.0 +11.1/E +141.0/D 3.00 2,500 LG 44,073 41.02 -7.7 +16.6/C +145 1/D NL 2,500 GI 43,373 70.08 -9.3 +27.5/A +204.9/A NL 2,500 LV 43,312 4327 -3.7 +9 0/B +133.4/A NL 2,500 XG 40.670 32.44 -72 +37.7/C +213.7/B 5.75 250 IL 36,481 36.13 -7.0 +6.0/B +102.6/A 5.75 250 LG 36,360 70.70 -9.8 +14.6/D +306.7/A NL 2,500 XG 36,346 87.64 -5.7 +48 9/B +239.0/A NL 2,500 GL 35,595 26.98 -7.8 +9.6/C +126 6/B 5.75 250 LC 31,732 5697 -5.9 +160/B +141.5/C NL 2,500 SP 31,276 125.67 -62 +8 4/A +156 4/A NL 10,000,000 XG 27,384 28 22 -88 +26.1/D +1697/C 5.75 500 IB 27,309 10.11 + 1.1 +8 4/A +413/A NL 5,000,000 XC 25,070 64 OI -10.0 +23.6/B +204.1/A NL 3,CKX) XV 23,605 26.40 -31 +8.6/C +102.9/6 NL 3,000 XG 23,466 53.62 -10.3 +35 4/C +257.2/A NL 2,500 XG 22,737 85.52 -10.0 +37.4/C +194.5/8 5.75 500 BL 22,423 27.64 -1.5 +5.9/D ♦79.1/C NL 3,000 LG 22,330 44 12 -54 +19 1/C +190.5/B NL 3,000 XG 21,856 4331 -88 +44 9/B ♦140.8/D 5.50 500 BL 21,410 1849 -19 +7.7/C +81 4/8 NL 2,500 El 21,321 52.16 -2.8 +6 5/C ♦103.2/A NL 2, bOO XC 20,956 30.86 -7.3 ♦10.5/C +137 8/B NL 3,(XX) IV I urge-Cap Core, XG -Multi Cap Cap Val Total Return Chug in NAV with dividends reinvested Rank How fund performed vs oth ers with same objective A is in top 20°,», E in bottom 20% Min Init Invt Minimum $ needed to invest in fund NA * Not avail NE = Data in question NS * Fund not in existence Source: Lipper, Inc Stock Footnote*: g » Dtv or earns in Cdn $; stock in U S. $ n * New In past 62 weeks, pl» Preferred s m Split or stock Av of 20 pct or more in past 52 weeks cc « PE over 99 dd * loss lr' last 12 months it * Rights u * Units v » Trading hailed on primary market vj» hi bankruptcy or receivership wd » When distributed wl * When issued wt ■* Warrants, ww * With warranto. Mutual Fund Footnotes, x * Ex cash dividend, NI rn No up-»ront sales charge p » Fund assets used to pay distribution costs r = Redemption fee or contingent deferred sales load may apply I a Both p and r. Gainers and Loser* must be worth at least $2 to be listed in tables at toft Moat Active* must be worth at toast |1 Volume in hundreds of shales    Source: The Associated Press Sales figures are unofficial -"T'’1"”............ f Stock Mark ,et Indexes ■ ' " : . ‘ '/■ ' f? 52-Week High Low Name Last Chg %Chg YTD %Chg 12-mo %Chg 11,750.28 9,731.81 Dow Industrials 10,192.18 +157.60 +1.57 -11.35' +1.72 3,102.47 2,260.78 Dow Transportation 2,430.18 +51.02 *+2.14 -18.37 -14.90 403.72 268.59 Dow Utilities 388.75 +4.77 +1.24 +37.19 +31.90 681.19 572.38 NYSE Composite 637.61 +13.49 +2.16 -1.95 +10.66 1,043.46 769.64 Amex Market Value 914.45 +1.04 +.11 +4.27 +17.69 5,132.52 2,632.01 Nasdaq Composite 3,316.77 +242.09 +7.87 -18.49 +21.41 1,553.11 1,233.70 S&P 500 1,374.17 +44.39 +3.34 -6.47 +10.16 549.63 366.05 S&P MidCap 501.26 +16.29 +3.36 +12.73 +33.65 614.16 406.33 Russell 2000 480.39 +17.42 +3.76 -4.83 +15.84 14,734.25 11,446.60 Wilshire 5000 12,803.25 +448.43 +3.63 -7.31 +11.85 Mom says it is never too early to discuss sex issues Dear Abby DEAR ABBY: I am responding to your recent letters about the importance of teaching your children about sex. When I was a child, my parents thought if they didn’t allow me to do anything, I would never get into trouble. Sorry to say, I did things my parents would still “die over” if they ever found out. My mother took me to get birth control when I was 14 after she discovered I was having sex and had contracted a sexually transmitted disease. That was the beginning and end of any discussion about sex with her. My father thought if he didn’t allow me to talk.to boys on the phone or to date, I’d never have the opportunity to have sex. He was wrong. Long before my first sexual encounter, I wish I had been told the importance of waiting. I am now the mother of an 8-year-old daughter. I have talked to her since she was 5 or 6 years old about relationships and waiting until marriage to have sex. Many people feel this is too early, but when you see what children are exposed to on TV today, it’s best for a parent — not another child — to clearly explain what they’re seeing. I pray that by talking openly with my daughter and letting her know I trust her, she will in turn trust and talk to me — and never experience what I went through. — BEEN THERE,IN TENNESSEE DEAR BEEN THERE: Your prayers stand an excellent chance of being answered. Frank and honest communication usually cements relationships. When young people do not have it at home, they turn to outside sources that are not always reliable. They want parents who trust them and who expect the best from them — not fear the worst. (And even more important, they need parents who take the time to listen to what they have to say.) I’m sorry your relationship with your parents was poor. However, I’m pleased that you were able to learn from your parents’ mistakes and to pass those benefits along to your daughter. DEAR ABBY: Holding back truth is lying. Dr. Kilgore wrote that he doesn’t believe patients should be told they are dying. The good doctor is a general surgeon, not a psychiatrist. Doctors are highly trained “mechanics” paid to correct physical problems and to keep patients informed at all times. There have been horror stories about terminally ill patients who did not have the chance to close out businesses or get their financial affairs in order because some physician failed to disclose the truth about the patient’s chances of survival. The result was that the estates the patients had worked long and hard to build dwindled away from lack of attention. Personally, I would be very annoyed if a doctor to whom I was paying good money didn’t tell me the complete truth about my condition. —TELL ME THE TRUTH DEAR TELL ME: I agree. DEAR ABBY: My hair is bright red. I don’t dye it. People frequently ask me if it is natural, and I tell them it is. Many times they refuse to believe me, and argue or ask my family or friends if I am lying. Do you think it is acceptable to ask someone if her hair color is natural? — CARROT TOP DEAR CARROTTOP: lf the color is unusual, it may be intended as a left-handed compliment. Looking Back mum 125 years ago (1875) Translators: Carl and Ethel Saur Faust’s trial here may be postponed again. Christian Homann announced that dances at Petri’s Hall on Sunday, Oct. 3 and Oct. 10 were to benefit the people who survived the Indianola storm which brought destruction via waves from the bay in the early hours of Friday, Sept. 17. Homes were washed away or tumbled over. It is estimated that 150 persons lost their lives .... In Saluria, which is IO miles from Indianola, nothing is left. It is claimed that 45 people drowned. Capt. Brown is the only boat pilot left in the Indianola Bay area. The captain and two families survived by finding safety in the lighthouse. IOO years ago (1900) Translator: Betty Pfeuffer Triesch Germania Farmers Association, in connection with their Fall Festival, will celebrate the 25th anniversary of their founding. Carl Koch, one of the founders and long-time president, will preside at festivities. A special parade will be held and all who wish to participate should contact one of the committee. According to the census. San Antonio is Texas’s largest city with 53,321 people. Next in order are Houston; Dallas, Galveston, and Ft. Worth. 75 years ago (1925): Arlene Krueger Seales The first football game of the season, played on the Landa Park gridiron Sunday between the Prospect Hill Collegiates and the New Braunfels Independents resulted in a 0 to 0 tie. Both teams played a hard game. The Chamber of Cdmmerce luncheon at Landa Park Wednesday, was attended by over IOO members who officially welcomed the Comal Power Co. and allied industries through their representatives ... Wm. Keienburg had prepared a splendid roast pig banquet for the gathenng and the beautiful setting of the park lent inspiration to the speakers... Fred Pfeuffer, chairman of the entertainment committee, presided as toast master. 50 years ago (1950): Rosa Linda De La Cerda Approximately 200 members of three singing groups will meet for a picnic at Curt Wiedenfeld s place next Sunday afternoon . . . The New Braunfels Maennerchoir and the Clear Market $>lac< Times Good Fri. Od. 13th-Thurs. Od. 19th 651 Business Loop, IU 35 N. Matinee Daily (830) 625-4400 ^vvwwjTiovie-infaco^ I™ Remember the Titans EQ (12:35), (2:50), 5:05,7:20, 9:35 ira Bait H (12:40), (2:35), 5:10, 7:25, 9:40 The Kid G3 (12:30), (2:35), 4:45, 7:10, 9:15 Gone In 60 Seconds ED (12:45), (3:05), 5:20,7:35,9:50 Nutty Professor 2    ED (12:35), (2:45), 5:05, 7:15, 9:35 Coyote Ugly    bu (12:50), (3:10), 5:15, 7:20,9:2‘ Bless the Child    O (12:25), (2:45), 5:00, 7:10, 9:30 The Replacements BSB (12:20),(2:40), 4:55, 7:30, 9:50 a    Meet the Parents    ED (12:45), (3:00), 5:20, 7:30, 9:45 Scary Movie    a (1:05), (3:15), 5:25, 7:40, 9:30 Dinosaur    0 (1:15), (3:05), 5:30, 7:25,9:05 ISI    The Watchers    O (12:40), (2:50), 5:10,7:20,9:40 () No Early Shows Monday thai Friday la i s. ^taDIUIVI ISE ATING! ■H®    Audit,*!    Hit"',    I Rosemarie LEISSNER Gregory Springs Frohsinn will be hosts to the San Antonio Beethoven Maennerchoir and ladies chorus. The San Antonio group has hosted the New Braunfels Maennerchoir last year . . . Wiedenfeld’s place is located this side of Clear Springs Hall where the old ferry used to be. Arrangements for the affair are in the hands of Mrs. Arnold Link of Clear Springs and Mrs. Oscar Haas of New Braunfels. A crowd of approximately 3.000 is expected at the Diamond Anniversary celebration of the Germania Farmers Verein to be held at Anhalt Sunday. It is the annual October Fest, which has been celebrated for the past 75 years at Anhalt, and an occasion which attracts visitors all over the state. Hilmar Triesch, Comal County Attorney, will be the main speaker for the event. John Powell, Preston Kronkosky, Susan Burr, and Mary Lou Rust are the seniors who were elected to the Student Council last Friday. The new members of the student council from the junior class are Frances Triesch, Jo Karbach, Walter Nolan, and Mennan Schriewer. Sue Hampe, Saralee Schmidt, Stanley Mielke and A.E. Goode were elected to represent the sophomores. Student council members from the freshman class include Gracie Becker, Jo Ann Hillje, Charles flowery, and Fred Boese . .. Marian Cook, Kay Lynn Faust, Don Burson, and Robert Davilia were elected to the student council from the eighth grade. Student council members from the seventh grade are Perry Wingfield, Jeanette Meckel, Bobby Reeh, and Valorie Nuese. Presidents of student organiza tions who are also members of the student council include Gladys Meckel, Janice Denmark, Eugene Moeller, Joan Leimer. lorn McCoy, and Leatrice Pfannstiel. The student council is the governing body of the school which is composed entirely of students. Two boys and two girls are elect ed from each class to serve on tli*j council. Also, the president of every' student organization is a member of the council. Among the many activities of the student council is the employ ment service which they provide for the students. Members of the student council also work in the commissary, where school supplies, candy, etc., are sold. The sponsor of the student council is Gale Nelson, teacher of history and biology in the high school. Monday night was membership night at the meeting of the Order of the Eastern Star. Saturday. 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