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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 20, 2000, New Braunfels, Texas Friday October 20 2000 HKRALDZlilTi iNf J Page 5A I I Oct CLOSE NET CHANGE CHANGE HIGH LOW RECORD HIGH Jan JULY AUGUST SEPTEMBER OCTOBER Dow Industrials Dow Transportation Dow Utilities NYSE Composite Amex Market Value Nasdaq Composite MidCap Russell 2000 Wilshire 5000 NYSE ft AMEX NASDAQ GAINERS on OR on MORE Name Last Chg LatI Chg Uwt Chg Chg Nokia s Texlnsts LSI Logs TaiwSem Conseco GlblTele MicronTs Univisions ProgCp AMDs NHItcre MayorsJwl ShelldPhm WldWiren Oshmn SemiHTrn FAmHIt Newtek n Aware Teklnsgtpf SvisCmn PLXTch sonicsn Primcm TriQuints LOSERS OR OR OR MORE Name Last Chg Laat Chg Laat Chg Chfl 99 Cents s ChiqptB Officemax Chspk Chaselnd ChiqpfA LabrRdy PacCent Baxter Praxair EntrePrtn Voicenetn Riddell NatHRty DiaMetA WatscoB DigPwr Panacon AdvMrktg ProfRec RadiSyss Westell Silcnlmg ArrowM Varillex AvadoBpf HlywdE Syntlct MOST ACTIVE OR ACTIVE OR ACTIVE OR MORE Name Last Laat Laat Chg Nokia s 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ExodusC 23 ExINetw 14 35 21 17 HomeDp 16 Intel SUPPP itiOK i Weak Prime Discount Federal Funds PvtDiy Britain Canada France Germany Italy Japan Mexico British pound expressed In dollars Ml others show dollar In foreign currency Total Inlt Vanguard Idx Fds Fidelity Invest American Funds A ICAA lanus American Funds A WshA idelity Invest Fidelity Invest Amer Century Inv Janus American Funds A QwthA Fidelity Invest American Funds A EupacA American Funds A N PerA Janus idelity Invest Vanguard Instl Fds PIMCO Funds Instl Putnam Funds A VoyA Vanguard Fds Vanguard Fds Vanguard Fds Fidelity Invest Eq Fidelity Invest AggrGr r Fidelity Invest Vanguard Fds Putnam Funds A NwOpA AIM Funds A Const Vanguard Idx Fds BL Balanced GL Global Stock IL International Stock LC LargeCap Core LG LargeCap Growth LV LargeCap Val MT Mortgage SB ShortTerm Bond SP 500 SS SingleStale Muni XC MuWCap Core XG MultiCap Growth XV MumCap Return Chng In NAV with dividends reinvested Rank How fund performed vs others with same objective A is in lop E in bottom Win Init Invt Minimum needed to Invest in fund NA Not avail NE Data in question not in existence AROUND TOWN CLUB NOTES The Gniene Family and Community Education Club met on Sept 13 at the Extension Meeting Room Charlene Nolte was hostess There were 13 mem bers present The program One2One with Mentoring was given by Sherry Forester coordinator of the NBISD If anyone is interested in volunteering for this program they can call Sherry Forester at 6207533 Emily Fink president opened the regular business meeting with the club prayer The minutes and treasurers reports were read by Janet Sweet acting secretary in the absence of Jennie Lee Wimberley Election of officers was held They are as follows Velma Patterson president Charlene Nolte vice president Janet Sweet secretary Geneva Fichter treasurer Mary Klobedans reporter and historian Rebecca Taylor was given a check from the Comal County FCE Association to help finance her trip to Washington for having won the record book state competition The Gruene club was assigned the kitchen duty for the Friendship Day on Oct 27 at the Extension Meeting Room Pay It Forward offers surprises new concept for changing world Film Review Pay It Rated PG13 Running Time 125 minutes Starring Kevin Spacey Helen Hunt Haley Joel Osment Jay Mohr James Caviezel andAngie Dickinson Based on the novel by Catherine Ryan Hyde Director Mimi Leder Life is fiill of surprises some good some bad Pay It Forward is like that and it gives us a proposition that might make this country a better place to live With a wonderful concept Pay It Forward is based on Catherine Ryan Hydes best selling book with a stellar cast that includes two Academy Award winners and one nominee Oscar winner Kevin Spacey plays Eugene Simonet a middle school teacher who will see him self make a difference in some ones life Eugene teaches social studies and gives the same speech to his seventh grade class every year He has been doing this for 12 years hoping that one day one of his students will take him to heart Eugene is obviously physi cally scarred but it goes deeper than that He is a passionate teacher so he transfers that hope ROY HARGROVE to his students since he has little for himself Eugene gives an assignment at the beginning of each school year and this year is no exception He challenges students to think of a way to change the world and put it into action Someday maybe someone will take it seriously One young student Trevor McKinney Haley Joel Osment does take Eugenes assignment to heart Trevors life is one of tur moil also His father has left he has a mother who works two jobs and Trevor is having to grow up way too soon He needs hope in his life and Eugene just might supply that hope Trevor lives in a middle class section of Las Vegas where his mother Arlene Helen Hunt works as a waitress by night and See PAY IT FORWARD710A Designers high success cannot match familys expectations DEAR ABBY I was always interested in computers and pretty adept at working with them so I combined this interest with my love for graphic design and began producing small Web pages for friends One of the pages I designed was seen by a large New York advertising company and it started throwing me clients so I could make some extra cash Their inhouse designer was a whiz with pen and paper but key board and mouse were foreign concepts to him Within two months I was able to quit my fulltime job and design full time and was earning more than before I loved the work and didnt mind the dead lines My family seemed pleased that I was doing well in a job I enjoyed Three months later I got a call from the executive vice president of the firm He asked if I wanted to be the new vice president of the newly created computer graphics development depart ment It meant a move to New York but a generous salary with perks and benefits I took the job and left for the Big Apple Although I came home as often as time would allow I was now regarded as the successful one with no time for his At DEAR ABBY my younger brothers wedding I gave them a beautiful Tiffany lamp and a nice check howev er they looked at me like I was shorting them because I didnt give them the keys to a new car or an allexpensespaid trip to Europe I sent my parents on a three week Caribbean cruise for their anniversary they had never been on one and had had few vacations in the past Now every relative I have expects the same extrava gant gifts What should I tell them TOO SUCCESSFUL IN DEAR TOO SUCCESSFUL I can think of no load more dif ficult to carry than the burden of other peoples expectations Your relatives are greedy and presumptuous If they have the gall to raise the subject of what gifts you ought to give them tell them no one has all the money that others assume they have including YOU Its the truth K arket plac TlriiesGood I Sept 22nd Thurs Sept 28th 651 Business Loop IH 35 N Matinee Daily 830 6254400 Chicken Run The Kid Gone In 60 Seconds m Nutty Professor 2 Coyote Ugly Bless the Child B The Replacements The Cell Scary Movie Dinosaur The Watchers Way of the Gun No Early Shows Monday thru Friday 1 S TIB Contender Diunken Master Almost Famous Gel Cartel I Remember tie Titans Meet tie Parents P613II Bedazzled Ladies Man Lost Souls Pay II Forward Man Legends Exorcist ALLSTMIMSATK AUDITORIUMS W5 SEATING No early Shows TuesFri Digital Open All Day Monday TicketsAvailable on Line Friday Oct 20 2000 TODAYS CROSSWORD PUZZLE ACROSS 1 Minces 6 Jewelry buy 10 Marinate 14 Change the clock 15 Fragrance 16 Help in France 17 OPEC vessel 18 Days long ago 19 Luau paste 20 Marriage offer 22 Happenings 24 Pastrami seller 25 Brown bear 26 Choked 30 Gusto 32 Sjnger Fitzgerald 33 Imitated 35 Praise 40 Ordinary 42 Person with confidential information 44 Distributes 45 spumante 47 Othellos foe 48 For fear that 50 Insubstantial 52 Talk nonsense 56 Con 58 Trepidation 59 Salary 64 Like the 65 Serene 67 Muslim scriptures 68 Doves nest 69 Quaker pronoun 70 Superior group 71 Ogled 72 Back talk 73 Thick DOWN 1 Harvest 2 the throne 3 City near Lillehammer 4 Chirp 5 Walked purposefully 6 Shade of blue 7 Adore 8 Scand country 9 Plato and Socrates 10 Filled to excess 11 Muscat citizen 12 Important artery 13 Newsstand 21 Family car 23 Ballots 26 Wheat 27 Healing plant 28 Oversupply 29 Entrance 31 Revise PREVIOUS PUZZLE SOLVED F N ElLISiOiNBHiAiT CU R I E Ebi I C T DESK s 102000 2000 United Feature Syndicate 34 Pod contents 36 Unlucky Roman Friday 37 Hoss brother 38 Stages of a journey 39 Footballs Aikman 41 Capri and Man 43 Neat 46 Fastens together 49 Puts up 51 Beat soundly 52 Fruit beverage 53 Badger 54 Midler or Davis 55 Harvested hay 57 Signatures 60 Pit 61 Ireland poetically 62 Panther and lynx 63 On bended 66 Eureka STUMPED Call fOi SIS Touch tone or Holary Phones e 19003709600 ex code 500
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