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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 27, 2001, New Braunfels, Texas Wednesday, June 27, 2001 — Herald-Zeiti NG — Page 5A The M Iarket in Review Daily Dow Jones GRUNERT/From 1A June 26.2001 Dow Jones industrials • l%t3NT 10,472.48 Pct. change from previous -0.30 High    Low 10,534.21    10.394    72 Record high: 11,722.98 Jan. 14, 2000 MARCH APRIL MAV 12,000 11.000 10.000 9,000 8.000 7,000 JUNE Stock Market Indexes 52-Week High Low Name Last Chg %Chg YTD %Chg 12-mo %Chg 11,401 19 9.106.54 Dow Industrials 10.472 48 -31.74 -30 -291 -.30 3.15744 2.348 70 Dow Transportation 2.643 49 -2.82 -.11 -10.29 -1.40 418.25 305.84 Dow Utilities 354 06 +1.49 + 42 -14.10 +13.23 681.19 550.57 NYSE Composite 61882 -1.31 -.21 -5.79 -3.87 976.60 827.92 Amex Market Value 906 39 +3.51 +.39 + 96 -3.09 4.289 06 1.619.58 Nasdaq Composite 2.064 62 +13.75 +.67 -16.43 -46 50 1.530.01 1.081.19 SAP 500 1.216 76 -1.84 -15 -7.84 -16 12 549.63 432.36 SAP MidCap 504 83 +1.77 +.35 -2.31 +4 25 545 71 419.70 Russell 2000 490 82 +6 63 +1.37 +1.51 -3 40 14.329.94 10,068 63 Wilshire 5000 11.254 28 +1 IO +.01 -7.57 -1685 Stock Exchange Highlights ft NASDAQ 2,064.62 +13.75 Gainers ($2 or more) Gainers ($2 or more) Gainers ($2 or more) Name Last Chg %Chg Name Last Chg %Chg Name Last Chg %Chg Silvtln tmp 3.50 + 75 +27.3 ‘SingingM n 5 85 + 80 +158 Amngn 3.18 +1.11 +53.6 Hypfcm 455 +.67 +17.3 Xceiera 4.00 + 47 +133 BlueMart n 2.98 + 70 +308 Adminstfs 25.15 +3.44 +15.8 I BioLabs n 290 +.30 +11.5 AlskCom n 9.35 +205 +28.1 Unova 625 + 85 +15 7 IndepCT pf 10.10 + 90 +98 BVR Sys n 2 25 +.45 +249 InputOut 13,50 +1.83 +157 TitanPhm 27 65 +2.32 +92 Litronic 3.04 + 58 +235 Wyndham 2.67 +.36 +15.6 ColLb 7.78 +.63 +88 PrmsKn 573 +1.02 +21 6 Silverlne 355 +.45 +14.5 ChiiesOffn 20 00 +1.60 +87 US LEC 275 + 47 +20.7 vjFinova 389 +.49 +14 4 ApexSitv 11.19 + 89 +8.6 LibOigti 639 +1.09 +206 Metals 2.67 +.32 +136 Tompkins 38.00 +2.95 +84 ITXC Cp 456 +.77 +204 Wabtec 1485 +1.71 +13.0 jCortexPh n . 2.58 +.18 +7.5 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Trustee Bertelsen said he still had concerns with Grunert’s selection because, at Grunert’s recommendation, the Cleburne ISD removed the district’s 20 percent homestead exemption. “When they removed it, they did not lower the tax rate," Bertelsen said. Under the exemption, 20 percent of a resident’s property value is subtracted from the total before taxes are assessed. He also had concerns about the salary7 ratio between Cleburne administration and staff. ‘In the last four years, their administrators had a IO percent increase while teachers had a 6 percent increase," he said. Bertelsen talked with Grunert before the meeting FEES/From 1A about the salaries. Grunert told Bertelsen the increases accommodated those with long tenure at Cleburne ISD. Bertelsen also said he had concerns with Clebume’s SAT and ACT scores dropping from 72 percent to 60 percent in a four year period and the district’s Texas Academic Assessment of Skills test scores being below the state average. Trustee Gonzales said she objected to a preliminary’ draft: contract being presented to Grunert without other board members being made aware when two board members visited him at his current school district. “I felt railroaded into going a certain direction," she said. Gonzales said the board’s split vote had the potential to divide the community. Trustee Nichols said he sees Grunert as someone with the fees. NBISD Band Director Beth Bronk said 900 students between grades six and 12 participate in the band program. Of those, 300 use district-provided instruments, she said. A freshman who plays in band spends about $150 to $200 out of pocket for uniforms, Bronk said. If that student participates in band and color guard, he or she spends $300 to $350 — not counting incidentals such as reed oil, lessons or costs associated with band trips. “I understand why we’re going to these fees,” Bronk told the board. “I don’t think any of our boosters have a problem with the fee. Our concern is what people are spending to be involved in band. I don’t want to price us out of the band business.” Athletic Director Rick Rhoades said there are about 800 student slots in district extracurricular sports programs. He expressed understanding that the fees were needed, but echoed concerns about what they could mean for some families. All trustees who spoke on the issue stated concerns Modesty raises hot tub guests’ temperatures DEAR ABBY: We installed a hot tub several years ago. We are always naked when we use it. However, when we entertain guests, we let them know in advance that it is their choice whether to wear bathing suits or not. If they opt to wear suits, we ask if they care if we or other guests are naked. Most guests opt to soak in the nude; those who don’t have no problem with others being naked. Recently we invited new neighbors to our house for a welcoming party with other neighbors. They informed us they would be uncomfortable if other guests were nude. We have no problem with this — after all, we have plenty of opportunity to enjoy our spa naked — but some of our neighbors did. They felt put out that about the impact the fees could have on district students. Board Secretary’ Bette Spain called on district staff to exercise care in assessing and collecting the fees. “We need to be careful how we collect the fee so that no child who gets free or reduced meals need verbalize it,” she told Reaves. “Let’s be as discrete as we can.” A participation fee for athletics programs was shelved until next year pending more information about costs associated with the programs for families. District Superintendent Ron Reaves said $118,000 of the district’s $1.4 million in transportation costs is for bussing students to sports and other extracurricular activities. The transportation budget this year has taken a $21,000 hit for increased fuel costs. District officials estimate the annual transportation fee will raise $25,000. The music instrument fee is intended to help defray costs associated with the district-owned band instruments some students use, including maintenance, repair and insurance. Dear Abby after years spent enjoying our hot tub in the buff, they now had to cover up. This has created dissension in the neighborhood, and our efforts to be respectful of others is backfiring. Have you any suggestions on how we can resolve this? — DOIN’ WHAT COMES NATURALLY DEAR DOIN’: Yes. Don’t let your straitlaced new neighbors throw cold water on your hot tub tradition. Entertain them separately so your less-inhibited neighbors can enjoy all the therapeutic benefits of soaking in their birthday suits without anyone pointing fingers. Tm sure everyone would prefer it. TEXAS HERMANN SONS Serving Texas Families Since 1890 Fraternal Life Insurance • Newborns • Children • Adults • Senior Adults • Whole Life • Term Life • Annuities 1-877-HERMANN Fraternal Benefit Services • Summer Camps • Dance Classes • Scholarships • Retirement Home • Junior Chapters • Lodge Activities 1-800-234-4124 Area Lodges: New Braunfels #21 •Albert Kypfer#106 • Spring Branch #127 • Prinz Solms #136 Order of the Sons of Hermann in Texas San Antonio, Texas www.texashermannsons.org strong moral character w’ho possesses an ability’ to understand school finances. “I want someone that would take us to the next level, not just someone to steer the boat in the same direction." Nichols said. 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