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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 6, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas                                Crossword New Texas February 1991 Bush day returns to prewar pace ACROSS 1 Pluckier 6 Carlo Menoltl 10 Reveal 14 Make glad 15 African port 16 Speed unit 17 Grandmothers 18 Advance sample 20 Twitch 21 Black Flower 24 roll 26 Big knife 28 State region 30 River craft 31 Cruel people 32 Tending to go back 36 The Greatest 37 West Pointer 38 39 A fortune tellers medium 42 Shoe fasteners 44 Facilitated 45 Deflect 46 Calmed down 49 Havana native 50 Conceit 51 Not fleshy 52 Gratuity 55 Animated 58 Put up with 60 Cake decorator 61 Inveigle 62 Book 63 USSR 64 Repair 65 Swelter DOWN 1 Fellow 2 Jal 3 Region of China 4 Greek letter 5 Is indignant at 6 Like very much 7 curtain 8 Swiss river 9 Direction 10 Wrecks 11 Rapidity 12 Music group 13 In which location 19 Mexican food 22 Youngster 25 Pronoun 26 Heavy clubs 27 Dill herb 28 Paint layer 29 Eye amorously 30 Yielded 32 Ranted 33 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days immediately after the war began the pro testers have declined to a handful on weekdays about the same number as when there isnt a war and a dozen or so at the most last With most of the demonstrators Quayle to greet see missiles during Texas tour FORT Texas AP Schoolchildren ami Army spouses will greet Vice President Dan Quayle during his visit to Fort Bliss Quayle was to briefly address family members of Fort Bliss soldiers deployed to the Persian Gulf and tour the Armys Patriot missile training school during a twohour stop in El About soldiers from Fort Bliss arc participating Operation Desert Storm including the Patriot missile crews that have been nearly flawless in shooting down Iraqi Scud The closed to the is part of a threeday jaunt to Southwestern military Quayle also will visit with families at Camp and Luke Air Force Base near Phoenix Thursday and He also will tour a Tomahawk missile plant in San The trip is arranged around former President Reagans 80th birthday which Quayle was to attend in California Fort Bliss is the home of the 11th Air Defense Artillery Brigade and the Army Air Defense the While House looks less like a fortress than it did a few weeks when uniformed Secret Service offic ers in riot helmets stood along the who was tense and pensive initially and stuck close to the White is coming out of his self imposed Good he declared at a picturetaking session the other day when asked about his frame of On the president jogged for the first time in months in view of taking advantage of unsea sonably warm No no he fending off questions as he He also holding up a V symbol and asking what it Victory Peace reporters the chief executive it was how Julius Caesar ordered five V is the Roman numeral for Bush has also been telling audi ences jokes about his wife Barbaras recuperation from her leg fracture in a sledding accident last month at Camp The tree is doing he tells In the days right after the war Bush was not very humorous and seldom cracked 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