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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 11, 2001, New Braunfels, Texas Daily Dow Jones ------ May 10,2001 Dow Jones Industrials +43.46 r 10,910.44 Pct. change from previous +0.40 High    Low 10,979.09    10,868.80 Record high: 11,722.98 Jan. 14, 2000 rn M —.....a LHf %%!wm Y /Sr pi!'fa' I llppf, FEBRUAR MARCH APRIL MAY Stocks of Local Interest Name Ex YTD Ply Yid PE Last Chg%Chg Name Ex Div Yid PE Last YTP Chg%Chg ADC Tel s Nasd 8 8.52 -.14 -53.0 AOL TW NY 52.45 +.45 +50.7 AT&T NY .15 .7 82 21.41 -.16 +24.1 AMDs NY 10 28.70 +.55+107.8 Albertsn NY .76 2.4 16 32.23 -.07 +21.6 Aizas NY 43 46 88 +.03 +10.3 ApldMatls AMCC Nasd 19 51.01 -.03 +33.6 Nasd 23.79 -2.31 -683 Anba Nasd 8.15 + 06 -84.8 Mech Nasd 11.00 + 46 -64.0 BEASys Nasd 33.56 -1.42 -50.1 BellSouth NY .76 1.8 19 41.30 + 05 +.9 BioPharm Nasd 35.85 +.10 +12.0 BrMySq NY 1.10 2.0 23 55.51 -.49 -24 9 Brdcom Nasd 38.35 -1.90 -54 3 BrcdeCm s Nasd 40.85 -368 -55.5 Cabl&Wrts NY .75 3.7 20.35 -.55 -490 ChkPoint s Nasd 58 60.00 -392 -32 6 CienaCps Nasd 57.51 -3.04 -29.2 Cisco Nasd 1883 -.30 -508 Cittgrps NY .56 1.1 19 49.60 +.15 -2.9 CocaCt NY .72 1.6 36 45.61 -.15 -25 2 CoigPal NY 63 1.1 33 56.00 +.61 -10.1 Come sp Nasd 21 42.41 -1 30 +1.6 Compaq NY .IO .6 85 16.10 -.21 +7.0 CnEptA NY 416 7.3 57.00 -loo +96 Costco Nasd 27 35.94 +1.13 -10.0 DellCptr Nasd 31 24.40 -20 +39.9 DtglskJ eBaylncs EMCs Nasd 3.69 +1 69 -9.2 Nasd 5431 +1.17 +64.6 NY 1.24 49 40.25 -.73 -383 EnterPT NY 1.80 11.2 10 16.11 +46.5 EricTels Nasd 05 .8 608 +.13 -45.7 ExxonMob NY 1 76 2.0 17 8810 -1.18 +1.3 :lextms Nasd 27.00 -1.48 -5.3 lap NY 09 .3 32 32 41 +3.61 +27.1 jenElec NY 64 1.3 39 4983 +.40 +3.9 jUCiss NY 14.10 +.30 -1.5 ’Techs Nasd 21.13 -.80 -61.1 iteis Nasd .08 .3 30 29.01 -84 -3.5 3M NY .56 .5 25 115.20 -1.78 +35.5 DSUniph Nasd 21.26 -80 -490 JPMorgCh NY 1 36 2.9 20 47.51 +.26 +4.6 JohnJn NY 144 1.5 28 9724 -1.01 -7.4 JnprNtw Nasd 92 53.61 -3.76 -57.5 KLATnc Nasd 28 50.12 +.59 +48,8 LamRsch Nasd 16 29.94 +1.96+106.5 Lucent NY OB .8 10.21 +.06 -24.4 McDnlds NY .20 .7 19 26.91 -29 -209 Merck NY 1.36 1.8 26 7652 -.80 -18.3 MicronT NY 19 40.05 -1 45 +12.8 Microsft Nasd 40 70.00 -.40 +61.4 MMM NY 2.40 2.0 26 118.04 +1.11 -2.0 Motorola NY .16 1.0 15.80 -.23 -22.0 NTL Inc NY 26.50 +.73 +10.7 Nasd100Tr Amex 45.77 -.78 -21.6 NetwkAp Nasd 69 24.01 -1.48 -62.6 NextelC s Nasd 17.40 -.61 -29.7 NokiaCp NY .25 .8 32.19 +.41 -26.0 NorteWw NY .08 .5 15.22 -58 -525 Novlus Nasd 20 49.49 -.11 +37.7 Oracle Nasd 40 16.39 -.67 -43.6 PMC Sra Nasd 36.36 -3.75 -53.8 PacSun Nasd 17 21,20 -3.39 -17.3 Palm Nasd 75 7.50 -.29 -73.5 PepsiCo NY .58 1.2 30 46.47 + 93 -6.2 Pfizer NY 44 1.0 48 43.74 -.71 -4.9 PhmRes NY 1923 +.23+177.2 ProctG NY 1.40 2.1 25 65 84 -.35 -161 Rambus s Nasd 16 11.76 -1.04 -67.4 ReliantEn NY 1.50 3.3 29 45.90 -.21 +6.0 SBC Com NY 1.02 2.4 18 42.64 +.39 -10.7 SiebelSys s Nasd 86 42.03 -2.16 -37.8 SunMicro s Nasd 36 1888 -.38 -32.3 TXUCorp NY 2.40 5.4 13 44.25 +.02 -.1 Texlnd NY .30 1.0 13 30 71 + 26 +2.4 3Coms Nasd 606 +.37 -28.7 Ventas Nasd 65.10 -1.28 -256 VerizonCm NY 1.54 2.9 12 53.41 -.41 +6.6 WalMart NY .28 .5 38 5342 +183 +.6 WellsFrgo NY 96 2.1 20 45 92 -08 -17.5 WorldCom Nasd t5 17.01 -.48 +26.7 XOComs Nasd 3.59 -.01 -79.8 Money Rates Last Pvs Week rime Rate 7.50 7.50 iscount Rate 4.00 IPSO adoral Funds Rate 4 4375 4.50 easunes ......... 3-month .......365 373 6-month 357 _________3 75 5-vear 486 4.78 10-vear 527 5.20 30-vear 5.75 5.63 • ?..... Currencies , . Last Pvs Day Britain 1.4233 1.4263 Canada 1.5428 1 5436 France 7.4405 7.4182 Germany 2.2185 2.2119 Italy 2196 06 2189.73 Japan 122.62 121 63 Mexico 9.2100 9.2040 British pound expressed in U.S. dollars. AH others show dollar in foreign currency. Mutual Funds im# Total Aasats Total Return/Rank Ob] (SMIna) NAV 4-wk 12-mo 5-ysar Pet Min Init Load Invt nguard (dx Fds: 500 emy Invest: Magelln encan Funds A: ICAA p erican Funds A: WshA p encan Funds A: GwthA p silty Invest: Qrolnc silty Invest: Contra us: Fund CO Funds Inst): TotRt jncan Funds A: EupacA p jrican Funds A: N PerA p »r Century Inv: Ultra jsWrWW guard Fds: Wndsll guard Inst! Fds. Instldx guard Fds: Welltn lily Invest: BluCh tty Invest: QroCo lity Invest: Eq Inc My Invest: Purim luard Fds: Prmcp r rican Funds A: FdlnvA p im Funds A: GrlnA p ican Funds A: IncoA p i:Twen uard Fds: HtthCre un Funds A: VoyA p uard Fds Wndsr SP 80,640 115.98 +7.7 -8.2/A ♦107.4/A NL 3,000 LC 80,177,. 11342 +8.5 -7.9/C ♦100.0/B 3.00 2,500 LV 54,794 30.67 +5.6 +4 4/D +117.8/A 5.75 250 LV 47,402 29 84 +5.0 +13.6/A +109.5/B 5.75 250 XC 35,607 25.62 +8.6 -3.6/C ♦167.3/A 5.75 250 LC 34,924 39.70 +65 -1.8/A ♦93 9/C NL 2,500 XC 33,807 44.72 +5.4 -9.6/D +93.2/C 3.00 2,500 LG 31,322 30 96 +11.2 -17.1/B +120.9/A NL 2,500 IB 30,891 10.45 +0.5 +14.2/A ♦49.7/A NL 5,000,000 IL 30,690 30.61 +4.5 -15.2/B ♦75.8/A 5.75 250 GL 30,495 24 06 +6.2 -im ♦112.7/A 5.75 250 LG 30,364 29 42 +10.5 -20.0/C ♦80.3/D NL 2,500 OL 25,919 52.04 +8.1 -20.8/D +111.7/A NL 2,500 XV 25,369 28.05 +6.4 +19.7/B ♦102.3/B NL 3,000 SP 24,575 11490 +7.8 -8.0/A ♦108.6/A NL 10,000,000 BL 23,513 28.99 +3.3 ♦15.2/A ♦86.8/A NL 3,000 LG 22,175 47.30 +9.1 -12.5/A +98.2/B NL 2,500 XG 21,743 56.35 ♦10.3 -20.8/C +123.1/A NL 2,500 El 21,474 53,12 +6.5 ♦11.7/B ♦93.3/A NL 2,500 BL 20,296 1889 +4.9 ♦10.9/A +77 5/B NL 2,500 XV 19,813 56.74 +4.5 -9.6/E ♦162.5/A NL 25,000 XV 19,709 30.35 +6.8 ♦0.5/E ♦115.2/A 5.75 250 LV 19,306 1952 +5.8 ♦11.9/B ♦78.5/C 5.75 500 MP 18,786 1654 +4.1 ♦16.1/A +73.8/B 5.75 250 LG 17,671 47.61 ♦11.8 -32.3/E +150.8/A NL 2,500 HB 17,443 117.60 +4.1 ♦ 20.3/B ♦212.4/A NL 25,000 LG 17,201 20.57 +8.0 -18.8/C ♦80.2/D 5.75 500 XV 18,777 16.21 +54 +22.9/A ♦95.5/B NL 3,000 danced. OL -Global Slock, IL -International Stock, LC -Large-Cap Core, LG -Larga-Cap Growth, LV -Larga-Cap VIT -Mortgage. SB -Short-Term Bond, SP -SAP 500. SS Single-State Muni, XC -Multi Cap Core, XG -Multi-Cap th XV -Multi-Cap Va) Total Return Chng in NAV with dividends reinvested Rank: How fund performed vs. oth-itri same objective: A Ie in top 20%, E in bottom 20% Min Init Invt Minimum $ needed to Invest in fund. NA -van. NE - Data In question NS - Fund not In sxlstsncs Source: Upper, Inc_ i Footnotea: g~» ON w'eams toCdn I; stock to U S. t n « New In past W weeks pf» Prtoarred.' t-Spin or dv of 20 pct or more in past 52 weeks, oc » Pf over W. dd * toes in last 12 months, it« Rights. u rnUnit* win bwaWmricy tx moitouMp-art* Wltim.djsWhisA^ ^ »Wtot lamed P ■ Fund HH t «fc>th p be Med m tables at tefl Most Acttves mutt bework to leeei ti. Source: The Associated Press. Sales figures are unofficial cash dividend. NL - No up-front wtoa tomato 82' GRADS/From 1AFriday, May ll, 2001 — Herald-Zeitung — Page 5A -—-—-f| 12,000 11,000 10,000 3,000 B.000 7,000 I Stock Market Indexes . - . < {<: s , 'J? 52-Week High Low Name Last Chg %Chg YTD %Chg 12-mo %Chg 11,401.19 9,106.54 Dow Industrials 10,910.44 +43.46 +.40 +1.15 +3.46 3,157.44 2,348.70 Dow Transportation 2,899.76 +34.03 +1.19 -1.59 -.06 418.25 305.84 Dow Utilities 383.52 -.22 -.06 -6.95 +15.07 681.19 550.57 NYSE Composite 637.99 +1.70 +.27 -2.87 +.17 976.60 827.92 Amex Market Value 939.93 -2.77 -.29 +4.70 +1.49 4,289.06 1,619.58 Nasdaq Composite 2,128.86 -27,77 -1.29 -13.83 -39.17 1,530.01 1,081.19 S&P500 1,255.18 -.36 -.03 -4.93 -10.04 549.63 432.36 5&P MidCap 511.82 +.60 +.12 -.96 +7.70 545.71 419.70 Russell 2000 490.58 +.40 +.08 +1.46 +.24 14,329.94 10,068.63 Wilshire 5000 11,575.48 -7.22 -.06 -4.93 -11.24 EYRES A NYSE B 637.99 +1.70 ■ Amex W 939.93 -2.77 ■ Nasdaq W 2,128.86 -27 77 Gainers ($2 or more) Gainers ($2 or more) Gainers ($2 or more) Name Last Chg %Chg Name Last Chg %Chg Name Last Chg %Chg DesgnF pf 2.00 +1.00 +100.0 USExplnc 2.70 +.50 +22.7 Diglsld 3.69 +1.69 +84.4 ComfrtS 2.90 +.67 +30.0 ElecCity n 2.99 +.50 +20.1 EnPointe 2.66 +1.0/ +67.3 SvceCp 5.86 +1.20 +25.8 BoltTech 5.65 +.65 +13.0 IntrgnThn 7.16 +2.56 +55.7 Oakwood 2.60 +.42 +19.3 NZ Corp 4.85 +.55 +12.8 EdgrOnl 2.45 +.65 +36.0 CarrSrv 4.32 +.61 +16.4 Scheib 2.75 +.25 +10.0 GoldStd 3.00 +.78 +35.1 PolyGp 2.94 +.40 +15.7 Palatin 5.15 +.45 +9.6 E-Cruitr 2.00 +.50 +33.3 Unova 4.10 +.53 +14.8 AdvMrktg 2.90 +.25 +9.4 FinishMst 9.00 +2.24 +33.1 ColeNatl 11.69 +1.49 +14.6 CmtyBkPa 25.25 +2.10 +9.1 PrmEgy 7.94 +1.94 +32.3 BritEngy 18.80 +2.29 +13.9 GouvrnB 6.20 +.51 +90 SportsRst 14.23 +3.23 +29.4 IntegES 8.20 +.99 +13.7 Pradwks n 675 +.55 +8.9 Trnsmat 2.45 +.55 +28.9 Losers ($2 or more) Losers ($2 or more) Losers ($2 or more) Name Last Chg %Chg Name Last Chg %Chg Name Last Chg %Chg Katylnd 480 -.90 -15.8 CPI Aero 2.30 -.70 -23.3 TidelTch 2.20 -1.15 -34.4 Polaroid 4.76 -.63 -11.7 Tutogen n 2.75 -.55 -16.7 Gymbree 4.50 -1.60 -26.2 Metals 2.51 -.29 -10.4 HlywdCas 8.48 -1.17 -12.1 Centillm n 23.59 -7.99 -25.3 Startek 16.50 -1.75 -9.6 vjPGE pfY 8.50 -.87 -9.3 BostnBio n 2.00 -.60 -23.1 Comdisco 2.23 -.22 -9.0 VSI Hold 2.50 -.25 -9.1 Antares n 3.62 -.93 -20.5 GuangRy 7.25 -.63 -8.0 SemotusSol 2.50 -.25 -9.1 BiperSA 3.41 -.78 -18.6 VimpelCm 14.49 -1.16 -7.4 IntelliCk 6.14 -.59 -8.8 ACIasVoy 5.45 -1.10 -16.8 CirCCar 11.65 -.92 -7.3 CortexPh n 290 -.25 -7.9 LeitchT gn 10.65 -2.10 -165 OrbitalSci 4.65 -.35 -7.0 Interlott s 4.75 -.35 -6.9 AdvSwtchn 2.39 -.47 -16.4 UnvCmprn 28.74 -2.06 -6.7 Simula 2.32 -.17 -6.8 Z-TelTch 2.76 -.53 -16.1 Most Active ($1 or more) Most Active (si or more) Most Active (Si or moue) Name Vol (OO) Last Chg Name Vol (OO) Last Chg Name Vol (OO) Last Chg NTL Inc 207505 26.50 +.73 Nasd 100Tr602149 45.77 -.78 Cisco 621330 18.83 -.30 EMC s 183246 40.25 -.73 SPOR 68361 126.02 +.37 Intel s 482665 29.01 -.84 Lucent 145512 10.21 +.06 DJIA Diam 21267 109.26 +.65 Oracle 396460 16.39 -.67 Gap 140404 32.41 +3.61 EMedSft 20731 1.13 -.42 Microsft 316332 70.00 -.40 Compaq 138989 16.10 -.21 SP Enqy 16998 33.09 -.24 JnprNtw 313183 53.61 -3.76 Gentlec 135362 49.83 +.40 SemiHTrn 16832 48.90 -.20 DellCptr 285710 24.40 -.20 NortelNw 131185 15.22 -.58 Inverness 14193 35.25 -.35 ApldMatls 262524 51.01 -.03 AOL TW 112904 52.45 +.45 Nabors 13284 53.75 -1.74 SunMicro S256986 1888 -38 GlblCrss 105503 14.10 +.30 DevonE 9962 57.03 -.46 JDS Umph250483 21.26 -.80 AMDs 102683 28.70 +.55 IvaxCp 9091 37.00 -.70 WorldCom240623 17.81 -.48 Diary Diary Diary Advanced 1,872 Advanced 384 Advanced 1,897 Declined 1.227 Declined 294 Declined 1,941 Unchanged 196 Unchanged 112 Unchanged 902 Total issues 3.295 Total issues 790 Total issues 4,740 New Highs 165 New Highs 25 New Highs -138 New Lows 12 New Lows 6 New Lows 5 Volume. 4nK236,«4.470 Volume • 10M73.99G Vetome*r *r •++• h694+e»1,90& The two words were “Can I.” Eyres has turned them around to read “I can” ever since. He applied the phrase to his work in computer science classes dur-ing his high school career. He also credits his former computer teacher, Wayne Wilson, for giving a marginal student a chance to excel. “He had no reason to give me a chance, but he did,” he said. The chance led to a career in computer technology and eventually took Eyres straight to the president’s chair with the online search engine company, AltaVista, based in London. Eyres admitted he never imagined such success. As a fourth-grade student, his parents learned he had dyslexia. Regardless of whether students have a learning disability, Eyres said he believed teachers should do more than simply tell students they can do better. “The problem is, you can tell somebody to be more confident, but it doesn’t click until something happens,” he said. “You talk to them about what they are good at and build on that.” Eyres said the Internet also should build on what it’s good at — information. He predicts more consolidation of Internet companies in the future to meet greater consumer demand for information. “The demand for information will always be there. The problem is how will it get funded,” he said. Eyres said the companies that developed the best funding strategies would last the longest in the ever-changing cyberworld. For Hardy, the Internet is just a tool in his current line of work. Hardy owns a litigation support service company in San Francisco, performing what he calls “grunt work” for large law firms. A law career was the furthest thing from Hardy’s mind after high school. “The surf was calhng, and I wanted to learn how to surf,” he said. “I went one time in the summer of 1980. It was too cold.” Hardy’s serendipitous moment came while working in a Santa Monica nursing home. A patient’s son who worked for Aaron Spelling offered him a job as an extra. Hardy’s work led to small parts on daytime soap operas and movies. However, Hardy found the glamorous life not so financially rewarding. “You never know when you’re working, where you’re working and when you’re going to get paid. That’s a tough way to live when you want things,” he said. His next big moment came in 1984 after reading an article in the Wall Street Journal about law firms needing more in-house help. That’s when he and his wife Patti decided to start their new law enterprise. Their business first took root in Los Angeles. In 1995, they sold the business and briefly retired. They relocated to San Francisco and revived their successful business. “The big key to my success is being fortunate enough to have a spouse that supported me,” he said. Hardy also credits his parents, Ben and Gloria, for the rest of his success. “They’ve always been my biggest cheerleaders. They always hoped I would amount to something,” he said. Ben Hardy was a respect ed teacher and coach Ai Canyon High School. The campus gym is named aftei him, and Leroy Hardy established an endowed scholar-? ship program in his father si name.    1 The other 2001 Outstands ing Graduates are: • Billie Elaine Lunday McNeill — teacher in the Comal ISD for 21 years; ' J • Baltasar Sanchez — central checkout manager 1 at the H-E-B in Bulverde;, j former professional soccer., j player with the San Antonio Pumas; graduated from Smithson Valley. • Henry W. Soechting — chief of anesthesiology at * McKenna Memorial Hospital since 1990. • Deneen Redclift Steiner — nurse with Favorite Nurses; graduated from SVHS. A VERY SPECIAL Mother’s Day Market Weekend MAY 12-13 10AM-5PM Main Plaza - Downtown Boerne Find that special gift for Mom and enjoy entertainment for the whole family. Enjoy Musical Performances by Dan Mcoy - Saturday Chis and Judy - Sunday BACKLOG/From 1A :• Crafts Music Art • Collectibles Antiques ■ Food JEWERLY Unsual items I come and fix the problem.” The traffic signal was put in shortly before Christmas to deal with traffic congestion from two subdivisions — Hunter’s Creek and Oak Run. TXDOT workers have performed maintenance on the light since it was installed, Kopp said. Nothing seems to have stopped the problem caused by fog, she said. “We hope to fix it,” she said. “But I can’t tell you when, and I can’t tell you why it keeps happening.” Visit Boerne’s downtown historical district with over fifty five ] specialty shops, restaurants, galleries and over 120 vendors. A i FREE event sponsored by the Boerne Merchant’s Association.J www.MainStreetBoeme.com ’live I iarei rn TECH/From 4A Creatures in My Backyard7" & Creatures at the    -) ,4 Ocean™Ages (I 1/2-4) Join us for the joyful    •    A .    J . Jp '    Tlfij/.JjUl A ii JI, I JOA I musicaFaisQpv^Tfo| the creatures all around    '«I us... from turtles, squirrels & rabbits to * dolphins, crabs, and octopus. Confetti Days!™ Ages 3 to 5 - Celebration packed., with integrated learning where music is interwoven with movement, art, language, drama, play and storytelling to produce a tapestry of multi-sensory experiences children. nifer with 'n ology ’director Faulkner agreed! Rogers. “If you look at the way technology is used in schools, you see it’s used for collaboration. It brings (students) together and helps with communication skills,” she said. Faulkner said her favorite part of these events was “watching the kids show off something they have ownership of and show off to anyone who walks in the door.” “The end result is what stu- ——r~T-TTT—rn—-r-t—. dents are learning with these tools,” she said. Despite greater technology use at NBISD, Faulkner said the community still suffered from a “digital divide.” She estimated 50 percent of NBISD students do not own personal computers. Both technology fairs will give away complete computer systems, as well as other door prizes. For information, call Rogers at 625-8081 or Faulkner at 620-6200. ♦. •# tjr (Adventures V 2* « e.-i Cli 0,1 Kindermusib* With Miss B * 512/357-0059 e-mail [email protected] ■ \ Tina Bourgeois, Licensed Kindermusib Educator * V• visit www.bindermusib.com 1 ’« Call Now For Registration *9 ^ rf rwirom for Courtesy of the New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung, World Car Kia and Radio New Braunfels W guess how many Herald-Zeitung newspapers it takes to fill up America's Lowest Priced new car to be given away May 12, 2001 if you guess right, YOU WIN! WIN THIS 2001 KIA RIO To view the car that is making headlines and be entered to win - go to World Car Kia off IH-35 in New Braunfels and be automatically registered to win. OR Car will be on display at the Home St Garden Fair in the Herald-Zeitung Booth on May 4,5, fit 6th. New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung * Winner must have a valid Texas driver's license, must be 18 or older, must be able to Insure tho vehicle, is responsible for tax, title and license Ic nnili ;

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