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April 24, 2003

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 24, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas Page 4A — HkraLD-ZeITUNG — Thursday, April 24, 2003 Daily Dow Jones 8515.66 Dow Jones Industrial Average Wednesday, April 23,2003 10,000 M j—/v/’ I JAN Daily Chg ♦30.67 FED Dally %Chg ♦ 36 MAR Daily High 8526 38 APR Dally Low 8451 45 9,000 8,000 7,000 Racord High 11,722.98 Jan 14.2000 Stock (Hut taoexis 52-Week YTD 12-mo High Low Nam# Last Ch9 %Chg %Chg %Chg 10,353 43 7,197 49 Dow Industrials 8,51566 ♦30 67 ♦ 36 ♦209 -15,10 7,00679 1,91812 Dow Transportation 2,374.00 ♦27 04 ♦ 94 ♦277 -11 24 31325 162 52 Dow ditties 219 48 -.16 -.07 ♦2 00 -29 24 6,196 /3 4,418 62 NYSE Composita 5.13512 ♦33.31 ♦ 65 ♦270 -1643 965 66 757 68 Ame* Mantel Value 853 88 ♦3 08 ♦ 36 ♦3 58 -7,51 1.779 18 1.108 40 Nasdaq Composite 1.466 16 ♦ 1480 ♦1X12 ♦9 78 -14 43 1,17517 768 63 SAP 500 91902 ♦765 ♦ 84 ♦4 46 -1593 549 90 370 83 SAP MidCap 435 72 ♦4 28 ♦ 99 ♦ 138 -1887 517 40 324 90 Russell 2000 394 97 ♦381 ♦.97 ♦310 -22,15 10,478 66 7.273 40 Wilshire 5000 8 70643 ♦73 26 ♦.85 ♦4.35 -1596 Stock Exchange Highlights WH BHIHHBMMi■I BPI —wHBgmngBBmOgOBgUgHPHgggBuaKKKPBgPfBKmmm ■ a ■HflMBHB NYSE 5,135.12 «-33.31 I Amex 853.88 +3.08 A NASDAQ K 1,466 16 +14 80 Gainers (S2 o* mom) Gainers (S2 os mom) Gainers (i2 on Moat) Name Last Chg %Chg Name Last Chg %Chg Name Leat Chg %Chg AIATrs 17 01 ♦3 20 ♦ 23 2 MailwdGrp 13.71 ♦4 86 ♦54 9 Cutis 290 ♦1.45 ♦10001 DeVry 23 06 ♦4 06 ♦21 4 MeasSpcl 3 77 ♦ 59 ♦ 186 NovelDH 3 71 ♦ 120 ♦478 PioQuesl 24 06 ♦4 02 ♦20 I Lanneti s 15 75 ♦ 1 96 ♦ 14 1 EntieMd 3 94 ♦ 1 19 ♦43 3 CUAirB 914 ♦1 49 ♦ 195 HaHRRv 96 50 ♦10.00 ♦ 116 AkamaiT n ? 74 ♦ 72 ♦35 61 SmrraHS 16 00 ♦2 57 ♦ 19 1 Cube 19 00 +1 49 ♦8 5 TutSys 279 ♦ 57 ♦33 1 I Orthodon 5 91 ♦ 80 ♦ 157 WmlandEl 2 >>8 ♦ 21 ♦8 6 EndcrdS 360 ♦ 75 ♦26 3 | MenStHso 436 ♦ 57 ♦ 15.0 TetcMTr 73 95 ♦ 1 77 ♦80 ExlndSys 444 ♦ 91 ♦25 8 OeeatCm 4 19 ♦ 54 ♦ 148 ATT Fd 73 96 ♦5 32 ♦ 78 US LFC 525 ♦ 97 ♦22 7 Pnmadta 281 ♦ 36 ♦ 14 7 tsoiagenn 4 60 ♦ 31 ♦7? 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This institute is one of a nationwide network of 70 ITT Technical Institutes operated by Indianapolis-based ITT Educational Services, Inc. Both programs, eight quarters in duration, begin June 16. Ritter will begin to prepare for career opportunities in various fields involving information technology/multimedia. Upon successful completion of the program, he will receive an associate’s degree. Martinez will begin to prepare for career opportunities in various fields involving computer and electronics engineer technology. Upon successful completion of the program, he, too, will receive an associate’s degree. Couples who live together must tie legal loose ends DEAR ABBY: I must respond to “Forever Single,” the man who’s in love with “Kit,” but never wants to get married. He’s not the only person who would rather just live together. My boyfriend of eight years and I have both been married before. We do not need a “piece of paper” to tell us that we love each other and will never stray. I agree with your advice that they should talk to a lawyer in case something ever happens. I work for an attorney, so all our affairs an* in order in case something ever does happen. My boyfriend has two children from a previous marriage and we have two together. So we made sure if anything bad happens to one of us, the other has control over everything, and not our exes. JULIE IN SOUTH CAROLINA DEAR JULIE: For your sake and your children’s, it was wise for you to tie up all the loose ends. For the other side of the story, read on: DEAR ABBY: I am an 81-year-old lady in good health Dear Abby WALNUT 6 IH 35 & WALNUT (830) 629-6400 STARPLEX 12 Lone Star Theatres 'VtAit Owl ,70eJ&&iCc s4t WWWSTARPLEX12.COM Sec 'faut /4t CAc Tftavle&f and still driving. I lived with “Martin” for 15 years. He is now 87. Martin never wanted to marry me, although I proposed several times. A year ago, his family made me leave his home. His money and their greed were the reasons. I didn’t care whether or not Martin had money. We had each other, and still love each other dearly. I now live with my son 30 miles away. I go to see Martin three or four times a week. He has major health problems and severe Alzheimer’s. He no longer knows his children or grandchildren. He only knows me, although he remembers nothing we did UIS! II I till (HI HWY 4*'t V. a’hr Milt. K 850-0525-4255 xxx -..lA-nvs rh,ill. UNH Thursday‘April 24th >8 pm RANDY ROGERS BAND together that he loved to do — like traveling, cruises, dancing three or four times a week, golf, his poker games, or the people we socialized with. You gave “Forever Single” the right advice when you said mature people want to take care of those they love. Spouses have legal protection benefits that single people do not enjoy. If something were to happen, “Kit” would be loft with nothing but memories. I stayed with Martin for 16 years. He didn’t look out for my future, and now he can’t. 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