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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 29, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas Wednesday, January 29, 2003 — HERALD-ZEfrUNG — Page 5A , ■ "T BBSS 8088.84 Dow Jones Industrial Average Tuesday, January 28,2003 - 10    OOO ■ —"•» mini.rn 9,000 8,000 OCT NOV DEC JAN ■ 7,000 A Dally Chg ■ +99.28 Daily %Chg +1.24 Daily High Daily Low 8114.00 7991.07 Record High 11,722.98 Jan. 14, 2000 Stock Market Indexes    »■   . High 52-Week Low Name Last Chg %Chg YTD %Chg 12-mo %Chg 10,672.89 7,197.49 Dow Industrials 8,088.84 +99 28 ♦1.24 -3.03 -15.90 3,050.40 2,008.31 Dow Transportation 2,165.44 +21.43 +100 -6.26 -20.93 313.25 162.52 Dow Utilities 209.28 +6.02 +296 -2.74 -25.60 6,445 OI 4,452.59 NYSE Composite 4,840 99 +54.03 +1.13 -3.18 -18.96 965.68 757.68 Amex Market Value 803.54 -3.55 -.44 -2.53 -2.80 1,959.05 1,108.49 Nasdaq Composite 1,342.18 +16.91 +1.28 +.50 -29.10 1,173 94 768.63 S&P500 858.54 +11,06 +1 30 -2.42 -22.00 554.01 370.83 SSP MidCap 414.73 +4 31 +1.05 -3.50 -16.68 523.79 324.90 Russell 2000 373.17 +4.59 +1.25 -2.59 -21,27 10,953.64 7,273.40 Wilshire 5000 8,142.57 +100.58 +1.25 -2.40 -21.08 Stock Exchange Highlights NYSE 4,840.99 +54.03 I Amex 803.54    -3.55 I NASDAQ 1,342.18 +16.91 Name Last Chg J0Chg MonacoC 14 27 Xerox 9.45 GnCabte ValueCty Mykrolis AMR Cp 39 7.50 Wyeth 3770 Omcemax 5.01 AES Cp 3.48 Waters 22.17 Gainers (>2 ow mm) 4.00 2.07 8.16 +2.19 +18.1 Lannett n 20.50 +1.55 +8.2 +1.40 +17.4 AlansMed 691 +.51 ♦8.0 + 50 +14 3 ML EMC 899 + 66 ♦7.9 +.25 +13.7 Transmont 4.73 +.33 +7.5 +.86 +11.8 HMG 6.65 +.45 ♦7.3 +.75 +11.1 ApexMtge 6.09 +.36 +6.3 +3.70 +10 9 SY Bop 36 55 +2.00 +5.8 +.48 +10.6 TutogenM 3.00 +.15 +5.3 +.33 +105 Puradyn 201 +.10 +5 2 +2.07 +10.3 UitraPt g 10.24 +.48 +4,9 Losers ($2 on wore) Name Last Chg %Chg SGL Orb    3 70 Braskem 2.52 HarmGwt 10.96 ExtStayA 1139 WilsonGr 2595 CapMpfA 19 05 SpmtPCS 3.73 AnnuityLf 3.85 SierrPac    461 RoyiGpg 7 44 -.55 -12.9 -.33 -116 -1.29 -10.5 -1.24    -9    8 -2.70    -9.4 -195    -9.3 -.31    -7.7 -.30    -7.2 -32    -65 -.51    -6.4 Most Active (si ow mom) Name Vol (OO) Last Chg NortelNw 436057 Xerox 384535 Lucent 347961 ATT Wrls 233577 GenElec 224270 EMC Cp 195318 Pfizer 188795 Tex Inst 186692 ExxonMbl 151574 SpmtPCS 149912 2.30 -.09 9 45 +1.40 1.79    -01 6 40    -.30 23,15 +.10 7.72 + 66 3000    +.19 16.00    +58 32.66    +.84 373 -.31 Diary Advanced Declined Unchanged Total issues New Highs New Lows Volume 2.096 1,185 160 3,443 49 71 1,756,377.170 Name Last Chg %Chg Gainers ($2 or more) Losers (>2 on more) Name Last Chg %Chg BentPwtB 2 41 ChaseCp 10.16 Baker 7.49 HooperH 5.47 Cybergrd n 6.35 Medtox 6 30 ArgoCap pf 7.40 FstWV 19.50 IRIS 2.65 Newtek 4.29 -.37 -13.3 -99    -8    9 -.51 -.36 -.41 -.40 -.45 -1.05 -.14 -.21 -64 -62 -6.1 -6.0 -5.7 -5.1 -50 -4.7 Most Active (si or howe) Name Vol (OO) Last Chg Nasd100Tr630558 SPOR 456970 DJIA Diam 73266 SemiHTr 51202 SP Foci 35353 Kinross g 25632 BemaGold 21011 BrdbdHT 18156 Nabors 16060 iSh7-10TBnl5965 24.78    +.25 85 83    +.63 80,76    +.61 2222    + 29 21 81    +.31 2 43 -.11 141    -.02 8.12    +.15 33.00    +.49 85.49    +.01 Diary Advanced Declined Unchanged Total issues New Highs New Lows Volume 438 335 106 879 5 ‘ 20 201,764.490 Gainers ($2 or more) Name Last Chg %Chg PlugPwr n    5.39 Carreker    3.29 SundyCmrs 2.62 HPwrrs    4.11 NeoPharm 11.28 AlphaHosp    8 50 Bankrate n    5.04 MechTch    2.37 Dndreon    5.25 Vastera    5.00 +1.34 +33.1 +.78 +31.1 +.61 +30.3 +.91 +284 +2.43 +275 +1 73 +25.6 +.98 +24 1 + 44 +22.8 ♦ 94 +22.0 +.85 +20 5 Losers (S2 oh more) Name Last Chg %Chg QXL ne    2.21 FstSvc 13 32 Biopure    2.27 Sma.com    7 44 DynOil    2.05 Mediwre    8.02 Navidchrs    210 Paclntrnet    5.30 Ikomcs    3.55 ArcticCat    14.09 -.79 -26 3 -3 32 -20.0 -48 -17.5 -1 46 -16.4 -35 -14.6 -1 35 -14 4! - 35 -14 3! -.83 -13 5; - 55 -13 4 -211 -13.0! 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Fds Instldx anguard Fete: Welltn Fidelity Invest Puntn Amar Century Inv Ultra Vanguard Fite Wndsll Fidekty Invest: Eq Inc Fidelity invest BiuCh Vangua'd (dx Fds TotBnd Janus Fund American Funds A: FdlnvA p Fidelity Invest: LowP r FideWy Invest GroCo Vanguard Wx Eds: TotStk Putnam Funds A GrlnA p PIMCO Admin PIMS TotRtAd IB Dodge&Cox: Stock Total Assets Total ReturrVRank Pct Min init Ob) (SMIns) NAV 4-wk 12-mo 5-year Load Invt LG 56.750 7680 -22 -23.90 -1.9* 3.00 2,500 SP 56,223 7925 -1.8 -23.0/A -6.0/A NL 3,000 LV 46,128 2290 -1.9 -15.5/A +18 OZA 5.75 250 LV 42,435 22 76 -2.4 -17.4/A ♦IO. 1/A 5,75 250 IB 39,853 10.67 +0.3 +9.5/A +47,6/A NL 5,000,000 XG 31,104 18.26 -0.7 -21.1/A +391/A 5.75 250 XG 27,696 37.38 -2.5 -11,6/A ♦18 2/A 3.00 2,500 LC 26,268 29 54 -2.1 -19.4/A -0.7/A NL 2,500 ll 22,600 22.07 -2.9 -15.3/B +6 rn 5.75 250 GI. 22,166 1769 -1.7 -16.7* +21 9/A 5.75 250 MT 21,792 IO 71 0.0 +8.8/A ♦41.5/A NL 3,0<X) MP 20.978 14.20 -0.5 -5.7/B ♦21.3/A 5.75 250 SP 20,361 78.57 -1.8 -22.9/A -5.5/A NL 10.000,000 BL 19,494 2398 -1,7 -9.2/8 +22.3/A NL 3.000 Bu 18,031 15.42 -1.8 -9.7 IS +146* NL 2.500 LG 17,971 2061 -2.0 -23 6/A -38/A NL 2,500 LV lim 20.38 -13 -17.1/A +2.5* NI 3.000 Et 17,733 36.21 -2.8 -194/C 0.0/C NL 2,500 LC 16,682 31.22 -1.9 -26.1/D -10.IVC NL 2,500 IB 16,675 10.33 0.0 ♦7.6/D +40.0* NL 3,000 LG 15,426 1765 -0.3 -26,7/B -99* NL 2.500 LC 15,201 2144 -2.8 -18.2/A +8 4/A 5.75 250 MV 15.104 24 71 -0.9 -8 9/A +46 8* 3.00 2,500 XG 14, rn 34 94 -1.7 -31 8/0 ♦4.7* NL 2,500 xc 14,253 19.60 -19 -21.9/C -63/C NL 3.000 tv 14,196 1377 -18 -20 4/C -7,0/C 5.75 500 IB 14,C«3 10.67 ♦0.3 +9 2/A +45 7/A NL 5,000,000 XV 14,036 85.92 -1.5 -12.2/A ♦41 4/A NL 2,500 IL -International Stock. 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Inc Stuck Footnote*: g * DW or earn# in Cdn $, stunk in U.S. I ri * New rn pert 52 weeks pf * Preferred is a Slock has undergone a reverse stock split or at lea*! 50 percent wttoto me part yew * * Spill or stock div of 30 rn or mors in part 52 weeks cc # PE over 99. ted « toss to teaM2 month* it« Right* u * Units, v« Trading hatted on primary market nj » in bankruptcy or receivership wd « When dwtributed. wt * When issued wt » Wan anta ww * With warrants Mutual Fund Format*#; x » Ex asli dividend NL * No up front soles charge p rn Fimd assets used to pay dtrtikxrtron coats r» Redemption fee or oontmgem deterred sates toad may apply t» Both p and I Gamer* and Uteri mum ba worth at test 12 to be listed Most Active* mort be worth at test $1. Volume to hundreds of shares Source: The Associated Press Sales figures are unofficialAround Town Contact Features Editor Brian Grant, 625-9144 ext. 222 MiTown’s history preserver reflects on its own First in series: As the Sophienburg-New Braunfels Archives and Museum of History moves forward to renovate and occupy the Dittlinger Library Building, a reflection on the history of this 75-year-old association is timely. The following document, written by Carl Schmidt, was presented as a souvenir to the attendees at the May 1977 dedication service of the existing Sophienburg Museum. It reveals the organizations history, its purpose and recognizes the people involved in the museum effort from 1926 to 1977. “According to the New Braunfelser Zeitung of Jan. 25, 1926, the idea for a museum was germinated in the living room of the H. Dittlinger family. The paper reports that the ruling Prince of Solms-Braunfels had sent a portrait of Prince Carl von Solms, the founder of New Braunfels, to the Dittlingers with the request that it be placed in the city museum. Mrs. Dittlinger volunteered to keep the portrait safe until such a time when a museum would be built. “F.G. Bamberg was mayor at the time. The Dittlingers invited the Blumbergs to their home for a showing of the portrait and there Mrs. Dittlinger proposed to Mr. Blumberg that he investigate to see if the Sophienburg Hill property could be purchased for the purpose of locating a museum. “Mr. Blumberg reported the request... to the city commission. The commission reported, however, that there were no funds in the city budget to buy the property although Mrs. Johanna r* mi #5 - 'J;% ■* m Cr *1    , J ‘ * St -Atii rn .M * • -rn . I**- < St WK ■ , £,.\. XL /    IM * -    -jfflitiiriT i for 50 years).” Thursday: Fund drive to buy Sophienburg Hill property held in 1926. Courtesy Sophieburg-New Braunfels Archives and Museum of History New Braunfelsers attend the grand opening of the Sophienburg in 1933. Runge of Aust in, who owned the property, was enthusiastic about the idea of building a museum and agreed to cut the price of the property if the museum would be built there. “The idea of a museum on Sophienburg Hill caught on; and within a short time a committee was formed: “1) F.G. Blumberg, mayor; 2) Carl Roeper, county judge; 3) Walter Staats, fire chief; 4) E. Eikel, Lions Club; 5) Ad. Henne, chamber of commerce; 6) Mrs. Julius Mehlitz, Civic Improvement Club; 7) Mrs. H. Dittlinger, Child Welfare Club; 8) George Eikel-Schmidt, American Legion; 9) Mrs. Ottie Co ret h. Ladies Auxiliary; IO) Emil Fischer, Boy Scouts of America; ll) Mrs. Ed. Schleyer, Protestant Frauenverein; 12) Mrs. Alfred Liebscher, Catholic Mothers Society; 13) Mrs. George Behrens, Methodist Missionary Society; 14) R.C. Reynolds, New Braunfels Band; 15) Mm. Thekla Wright, Choral Club; 16) Wm. Kuehler, 17) A.R. Ludwig, Elcho Home Association; 18) G.F. Oheim, press; 19) Eld. G. Bell, press. “On Feb. IS, 1926, ... the Server at family restaurant has to carry niece’s load DEAR ABBY: I am putting myself through college working nights as a server in a small, family-owned restaurant. There are only two servers working nights, and a couple of nights a week, I share my shift with “Jane.” Jane takes her table orders, then expects me to deliver the food, refdl drinks, and anything else the people at her tables might need — in addition to working my own tables. My problem is that many of the patrons at Jane’s tables directly hand me their tip, saying I deserve it more than she does. Even though I don’t think Jane, deserves to be tipped, I feel guilty taking the money and always end up putting it in Jane’s tip jar. Also, according to our employer’s policy, I could get fired for keeping the money. To make matters worse, Jane is the boss’ niece. This makes me reluctant to take the problem to him. Would it be wrong for me to tell the patrons at Jane’s tables that I can’t keep their tips, and leave it up to them whether they leave anything for Jane? Maybe it would force Jane to work harder. Or should I keep things “as is” and not cause trouble? — WORKING MY WAY THROUGH SCHOOL IN INDIANA DEAR WORKING: I Dear Abby have a “tip” for you. The boss* niece feels entitled, and in the interest of family unity, your boss will probably back her up. This can’t be the only restaurant iii town. With your experience, you are an attractive candidate for a job elsewhere. Start looking.’ Larry Taylor Debby Taylor Hoard C *rlifted I {faring Instrument Spa minis I *2^ fli.L Ilf Advancers haring car* •vrto to* attention you deserve local 830-627-8660 toll fret* 866-627-8660 Common Street Professional Bldg. 1583 Common Street, Suite IOO New Braunfels, lewis 78130 k IRS PROBLEMS? VETERAN EX-IRS AGENTS A TAX PROFESSIONALS Cl»*nti Never Meet with the IRS - Settle for Pennies on th* Doter - Written Guarantee Frat Tax Satttemant Analysis: Confidential interview in Our Local Office 800-378-7533 TofMrat Frat “Insider1* Report: “How to End IRS Problem* Forever!" 877-451-9111 M/ta* 14 Hour Bacordate Message www.jkharris.com "...fie (Melon'll mote auoceesfuf Uu-moMon company. ” -THM Wit Strait Journal JK Harris A Company-Naw Sraunftela (475 Offices NXtonwide) Sophienburg Memorial Association was formed with S.V. Pfeuffer as president; Geo. Eiband, vice president; Louis School, secretary; and B.W. Nuhn, treasurer (B.W. Nuhn served as treasurer WALNUT 6 IH 35 & WALNUT (830) 629-6400 STARPLEX 12 1250 WONDER WORLD DRf (830) 625-4411 Lone Star Theatres 'Vizit Oui 'tOc&iite j4t WWW.STARPLEX12.COM Ste 7pi%u /4t (At ’TKAvict! fMarket ‘place- G*u £ Ar* IS TMM OUM CMK* tut a 0^ Friday Sibert MCCLINTON Saturday Night HAL KETCHUM Sunday 4-8 pm Key Kay & The Ray* Live Texas Music l eery Saturday & Sunday Afternoon! ♦ ADVANCE TICKETS* W I'PEI Biti si ti Vt I TEXAS TM I HJS RUSSI 11 WG BAD VOODOO DADD! Tickets tm Jute anil info- m HvjtntfO^UiL kvp or call606-1281    venus Times Good Fit, Jan. 24th - Thurs. Jan. 30th 651 Business Loop, LH 35 N. 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