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Posted 27 Aug 2001   For week ended August 24, 2001
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Saginaw, Michigan LDS Farm Considering Appeal of Judge's Water Ruling
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and Walther &Sons Farms are considering an appeal against a recent court ruling by Saginaw County Circuit Judge William A. Crane's decision on Tuesday that ordered them to each pay $4,000 to the 22 families living within a half-mile of either farms that are without well water. Lawyers for both western Saginaw County corporate farms deny any connection between their water use for agricultural irrigation and the residents water woes and called court's action "inappropriate."

Edited Video Efforts Again Make National News
While many members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints abhor Hollywood's idea of entertainment, Clean Cut Videos, which opened last month in Kayesville, Utah, is doing something about it. Finally, Mark Cronin, who swore off fillms with R-ratings, can go to the movies, even if it is at home.

LDS Booksellers Meet for 20th Time
Celebrating their 20th anniversary, the LDS Booksellers Association met last week in Sandy's South Towne Exposition Center in a convention that featured goods and services from more than 120 vendors of LDS products. The convention also featured the association's annual LDSBA University Program, which for the first time awarded diplomas to those that completed its requirements, and an ending concert featuring musicians from LDS recording label Heartrise.

MSI: Dell Computer Drives MSI Down Amid Falling Market; Ryder Bucks Trend
Dell Computer fell 14.5% last week, driving the Mormon Stock Index down 2.3%, more than the Dow Jones Industrials, but less than the NASDAQ index, which droped nearly 5%. But while Dell accounted for most of the decrease, stocks were nearly evenly split, with 18 of those on the index down last week and 14 up for the week.

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