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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 6, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas                                Crossword New Texas November Page 3A Stocks ACROSS 1 London pokey 5 Polishes 10 Boutique 14 Whelk cause 15 Care for 16 Learner 17 Latvian native 18 US rocket 19 Nlpa palm 20 Cinders 21 Above all 22 Mob 24 Ant 26 Fence ladder 27 Early Hebrew leader 29 Wisconsin R area 32 Dress up 33 Lummoxes 34 Yes 35 Location 36 Kowtows 37 Ridicule 38 Kitty 39 Held alott 40 Youre wrong 41 Managers 43 Indiana city 44 Feasts 45 Crowded 46 Stage are 48 Humble 49 Wretched 52 Destructive 53 Bizet work 55 B of NB 56 Timbre 57 Make tardy 58 Utah resort 59 Frightened 60 Beclothe 61 Foment DOWN 1 Festivity 2 The best 3 Place to sign 4 License 5 NY island 6 Patter 7 Turnip Scot 8 Dangerous McGrew 9 Track officials 10 Enduring 11 Fight dirty 12 Sonant 13 Paul or Plus 21 Sun god 23 Furthers 25 Fen 26 Gave light 27 Puffs 28 Haltwit 29 Boroughs 30 Actress Ramer PREVIOUS PUZZLE SOLVED 31 Squelch 33 Scops 36 Presaged 37 Fling 39 Ruination 40 Cubbyhole 42 Bequeathed 43 Picks up 45 Demeters equal 46 Greek letter 47 Admit 48 Apportion 50 Against 5 1 Precious 54 Median 55 NEW YORK AP stocks High Low Last AMR Corp Amerilech s AMI Inc AmStand Amer Amoco Armcolnc AtlRichfld BakerHughn BancTexas n BellAtlan BellSouth s Beth Steel Bordcn Caterpllr Centel s Chevron Chrysler s Coastal s CocaCola Coleman tolg Palm ComlMetl s DeltaAirl DigitalKq DowChem Dressrlnd duHonl KstKoclak s Knscrch Kntexlnc Kxxon s Firestone FtBcpTex FstRepuh Flrwerlnd CAK cp liTK Corp s s lion Motors K Good rich itxxivear GtAllHac Gulf StaLt Haliburtn n HollyKarms Houstlnd IBM Intllapers JohnsJn K mart s Kroger s Litton I nit LoneStj Inii NKurv n MiMlriWH Motnl Moiiani iVtitHN 35s 12 a 37 Mz 30 j 10 15v 2 73 40j 12H 46 4 2fi 42 IB 38 791 22 92 M 12 9j 15 35N 124 37 69 10 TV 47 48 124 80 Ms 11 21 1 9 77 1 46 M 25 1 22 3fi i T Polaroid s Prlmerlca s ProctGamb PubS NwMx Sablne SFeSouPac SearsRoeb SherwinWm Singer Co 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of the just before the point drop recorded in the Jones industrial stocks in dex on Oct 1J Most private economists sav the efftvts of recent market activitv vKont te reflected in unemployment calculations lor a few months A separate department survey of business pav rolls showed jobs were createxi in including factory assembly lines That followed a gam of manufacturing jobs in the prtvwlmg month Since June factory employment has grown by Xo uuo providing evidence that manufacturers left lehiiHl through most of the recovery at fy months the nations are finally catching up The commissioner of labor Janet told the congressional Joint Kcononuc Com mittet that payroll employment rose in more than 60 percent of the na tions The largest she were in metal machinery and electrical equipment she October employment in three manufacturing industries rubber and and printing and publishing reached an alttmu high Far tory overtime at i hours was at the highest lev el in more than U years Construction employment ad justed for seasonal variations re bounded in sMtti So new jobs after a drup of m September At 5 million construction employment is no higher than it last Spring Tile service of the economy resumed their role as the biggest job creator after only rmxierate growth in SeptemlxT Services wenresponsible lor ai percent of the mxj payroll jotj in crease with new jobs in business and hospital services and in retail trade In addition the number of workers on local government payrolls climb ed by But of those were teachers ami other school workers returning to work after strikes the increase in the number of working Americans last month more than offset a decline of CM in September The household survey counts each person at work only while peo pie holding more than one job may be counted each lime in the business survev conoco at the Y of San Antonio Spur 3 NOW OPEN Come Check Our Competitive Gas and Soda Everyday Low Price Big 39 NH Crush Bottle Miller Lit hile Supplies pack cans 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last months stock market crash Among todays eariy volume American Express rose to 257and General Klectric gained to while Ford Motor dropped to andd American Telephone Telegraph was unchanged at 30 The NYSEs composite index of all its listed common stocks gained to At the American Stock Ex the market value index was up at On Thursday the Dow Jones in dustrial average gained to Advancing issues outnumbered declines by nearly 3 to 1 on the with 439 down and 291 Big Board volume totaled million against million in the previous 5H 14 48 59j 14 Market waits for international actions NEW YORK Apt The stock market showed no clear trend today as traders watched and waited for in ternational currency and trade The Dow Jones average of in dustrials slipped to 7i m the first half hour of trading Gainers outnumbered losers by about 3 to 2 in the overall tally of New York Stpck Exchangelisted with 777 SIC down and 42u un Volume on the Big Board came to 41 77 million shares as of lu on Wall Street Analysts said investors seemed to have mixed feelings about the recent slide of the dollar in foreign ex and lower interest rates in Europe and this country The dollars weakness is seen as a plus for many companies that compete in world especial ly since the Reagan administration and the Federal Reserve have signal ed that they have no plans to tighten credit At the same some concern has arisen that the combina tion of falline bond vields and a lower Party Combo o in 50s 60s dance hits o Let The Stingrays Jingle Bell Rock Your Christmas Party Plan Your Party Now Company parties and Discount Rates 6204725 For More Inf Cal1 Buy Savings Bonds Amenatavorite wav to You Asked For It You Got It DUE TO OVERWHELMING DEMAND will DELIVER their 2 for 1 Pizzas Panteras Pizza Time Party Line Day or Night After you can order 2 Thin Crust Medium 2 Pizzas for or 2 Thin Crust Large 2 Pizzas for DELIVERED to your party or hottub We dont care Hurry and order your 2 for 1 thin crust pizzas today before we 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