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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 14, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Crossword ACROSS t 5 10 Ltnftt 14 18 Composition 16 If 1 Courted OtMMw 20 Amerind 21 Upsurge 22 Emended 23 Treaty 24 Very 25 Churchman 28 Newcomer 32 Sill 33 Exult 34 Kind ot trip 35 Bird to Nero 36 Flatfish 37 Photocopy 38 Recent 39 Sadistic 40 Schedule 41 Shade makers 43 Sent 44 Unfeigned 45 Ailment 46 Concluding 49 Blood 50 Woman 53 Range control 56 Water body 57 Indians 58 ForMfcen 59 Abolishes SO Italian author 81 Evaporate DOWN 1 Army camp 2 Invites 3 Drip 4 Lackluster 5 Accuse 6 Dovecote 7 English princess 8 Carbon cleaner 9 Gossamer 10 Finalize 11 Blink at 12 Nationality 13 Watched 18 Remove text 19 That It 23 Identifies 24 Fish from a boat 25 Aircraft 26 Whoop It up 27 Language 28 Fish lures 29 30 Type size 31 Celebrated 33 Porridge 36 Smelted PUZZll SOiVED 37 Declined 39 40 Western city 42 Directions 43 Sulky 45 Cetottial body 46 Sprint 47 calling 48 Minister to 49 Broad smile 50 Greek public place 51 Flock 52 Irish river 54 Long time 55 Brownie Clements to talk of economics in France AUSTIN Gov Bill Clements flies to France today lo commemorate that nations historic ties to Texas and to try to forge a new trade partnership Franc and Texas have strong common bonds that reach back to the days of the founding of the Krpublic of Texas This historical connection can now be placed in the contem porary world of economic opportuni Clements said Tuesday France was the first na tion lo recognize Texas as a republic Officials from France and Texas signed a treaty in IHJy On Clements will join French Prime Minister Jacques Chirac in a ceremony at the former site of the Texas Ugalion in Paris At a Tuesday news Clements said the 10 day trip to France and The Netherlands is primarily a trad mission message will tx clear and direct Texas is open for business and trade We are eager to expand our trade and commerce with a nation that is growing in its in vestments he said Pascal Frances trade commissioner for the South Central United said at the news con ference that Texas is ripe for French investment The salaries here are very low The buildings are open for invest The position of Texas in the United States is certainly one of the best in terms of There art skilled people There are good workers There is a lot of potential in terms of high he said Clements was invited to France by officials thenHe said the French will pay a portion of the costs Clements said no state money would be spent on the trip New Texas October Stocks NEW YORK AP AMR Corp Amerltech s AMI Inc AmStand Amer Amoco Armcolnc AtlRichnd BakerHugh n BancTexasn BellAtlan BellSouth s Beth Steel Borden Caterpllr Centel Chevron Chrysler s Coastal s CocaCola Coleman ColgPalm ComlMetl s DeltaAIrl DigitalEq OowChcm Dressrlnd duPont EstKodak EstKdk wi Knserch Kntexlnc Kxxons Firestone KtBcpTcx KstKepub Flowerlnd FordMotr GAP Cp GTE Corp s GnDynam GenKlct s Gen Motors GnMotrK Goodrich Good ear GtAtlPac Gulf StaLt 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nations trade The Dow Jones average of 30 in dustrials tumbled to in the first half hour of Losers outnumbered gainers by more than 4 to l in the overall tally of New York Stock Exchangelisted with 225 941 down and 361 284 10 94B 46 934 664 76i 314 55 15B 14 32a 52 56z 614 584 8 35 74s 31 32 364 304 73H 58 3714 34 651 i 77 4 32 4 55 16 46H 14 52 72 7s 61 8 354 75 374 34 66 75 25 i came m tun owurf and uii 1279 Hob 6292531 Volume on the Big Board came to million shares as of 10 a m on Wall As the market the Com merce Department reported that the trade deficit amounted to billion in The gap between imports and ex ports narrowed from a record 47 billion in but the latest figure was larger than most analysts had Hopes had been building up on Wall Street that the August data would show signs of a substantial improve ment in the United States position in international When that didnt the dollar fell in foreign interest rates climbed in the credit and the recent slide in stock prices quickly Pointplus losers among the blue chips included International Business down 24 at 146j Ford down 2 at RJR down 1VM at and Eastman down 1 N at The NYSEs composite index of all its listed common stocks fell to At the American Stock Ex the market value index was down at On Tuesday the Dow Jones in dustrial average climbed points to Advancing issues outnumbered declines by about 3 to 2 on the with 959 622 down and 394 un Big Board volume totaled million against million in the previous Oil prices little changed NEW YORK AP Oil prices have continued trading at levels ex pected by many in a calm On contracts for November delivery of West Texas In the benchmark closed at per up 5 cents on the New York Mercantile Contracts for wholesale heating oil fell cent a gallon to while unleaded gasoline rose cent a gallon to Both contracts were for November The crude price was at midpoint of the markets expected trading range of at the to at the per said Deirdre director of trading at Prudential Bache 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