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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 13, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas                                Crossword ACROSS 1 8 Soft mineral 10 Security lor arrested person 14 Adjust 15 Other 16 Queen style 17 Heath genus 18 Author Thomas 19 Roof piece 20 and rescue 22 Contradicted 24 Augmented 26 Old TV shows 27 Paid heed 31 Slick 32 Popped the question 33 Acquire knowledge 35 Honey 38 Slipped 39 Santa 40 Make angry 41 Command ments 42 Yacht parts 43 Meaning 44 Engine part 45 Innkeeper 47 Golf shots 51 Stem joint 52 Went on tour 54 Harassed SB Be enthusi astic 59 Mexican city 61 Hang around 62 Polish river 63 Empty 64 Music piece 65 Locked up 66 Regarding 67 Preclude DOWN 1 War god 2 Parent 3 Land mass 4 Hid SPlled 6 Highland headgear 7 Wingllke 6 Inner surface 9 Australian city 10 Hit a ball 11 Ekberg 12 Fjord 13 English city 21 party 23 Against 25 Wooded valleys 27 Endure 28 of Wight 29 Hide 30 In Venice 34 A felony 35 Skirt type PREVIOUS PUZZLE SOLVED February 1991 Kings Queens Hansel and Gretel Infantto 5Year Day Care Center this week presented the Valentine Kings and A King and Queen was chosen in each age group and they received trophies for their such as the little One on the front already figured out what to do with the tro it in your mouth Photo by Erik Karlsson 36 Otherwise 37 Sly gaze 39 Decorative flower 40 Banish 42 Produce 43 Calmed down 44 Private 46 Weight unit 47 Sharpener 48 Barter 49 Poe subject 50 Kernels 53 Stupid one 55 Chow 56 Wagner role 57 Color expert 60 Recent Bonn admits conditions worse than first thought Stocks Germany AP The heady days of revolution have given way to a winter of hardship in eastern Germany and an acknowledgement by Bonn that conditions are worse than it originally The central government on Tues day was forced to step up a cash infu sion of billions of dollars to keep afloat the former Communist hit hard by widespread unemployment as obsolete factories grind to a The task is more difficult than we may have Eco nomics Minister Juergen Moellemann told a news conference in Bonn on In Leipzig there is resentment to the hard times among those who set in motion the mass street protests that toppled the Communist regime of for mer East German leader Erich We didnt take to the streets in October 1989 to get said Pastor Christian a leader of the peaceful uprising that led to German He said more than city residents have been affected by job We wanted to improve the sys We wanted more humane condi tions for the people in our Now we have another emergency to contend said the pas tor of Leipzigs Nicholas Lutheran Chancellor Helmut Kohls govern ment in Bonn said Tuesday it was sending about billion to the east this month to help cities and towns cope with financial Thats up from billion in Producing unified living stan of1 an economic and social will take longer than some including originally Moellemann The action Tuesday means Bonn will have already spent 40 percent of the money budgeted from the German Unity Fund for Officials insist the financing will not continue at such a rapid pace and is considered a stop gap The new pledge of aid came with an admonition to local leaders to develop their own sources of revenue a difficult task with so many peo ple out of A day Leipzig city council man Peter Kaminski had said many cities and towns in eastern Germany would not have the money to meet payrolls at the end of While the latest infusion of cash will keep the wolf away from the door for local leaders may well run out of money weeks or months down the Kaminski said the worjd was watching Leipzig to see how the cradle of the revolution deals with the financial Defying the Communist secret tens of thousands of for mer East Germans took to the streets of Leipzig in the fall of setting in motion the nations peaceful revo lution for One year the two German states redrawing the bounda ies of postwar NEW YORK AP Morning stocki AMR Corp ALLTEL cp Aroeritech AmStorcs Amer Amoco AndarkPlr 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fails early NEW YORK AP The stock market fell slightly in early trading this a retreat from steady advances and heavy trading in recent The Dow Jones average of 30 industrials fell points to in the first half hour of Volume on the floor of the Big Board came to 42 million shares as of on Wall Analysts said stocks were lower after participants look profits follow ing a rally thats entered its third WASHINGTON AP The United States will open talks Thurs day with the Soviet Union on the withdrawal of tens of thousands of NATO and Warsaw Pact troops from even while squabbling with Moscow over weapons The outlook is so cloudy on the eve of the talks in that State Department spokeswoman Mar garet Tutwiler said Tuesday they could proceed not to I dont The problem lies with a treaty signed by the same 16 North Atlantic Treaty Organization and six Warsaw Pact nations in Paris last There are disputes over how to carry out its provisions for reductions in aircraft and other nonnuclear Secretary of State James Baker III has taken the Soviets to task for trying to exempt three motorized infantry divisions from the cutbacks by assigning them to naval The shifting of thousands of Soviet tanks east of the Ural Mountains and the figures Moscow has provided on cur rent weapons levels also have been questioned by the Bush Some independent analysts consid er the disagreements to be minor and But the administration has labeled them and Baker said they go to the heart of The two sides gave themselves 90 or until to settle compliance Tutwiler said the deadline could be negotiations to move beyond the treaty to reduce the size of armies across Europe will at least begin Thursday as she A major goal is to compel Soviet President Mikhail Gorba chev to implement his pledge to with draw Soviet troops from East Ger many and Last the United States and the Soviet Union set as a projected ceiling for Soviet troops in Eastern and Central Europe and for troops based in NATO FIND BARGAINS IN EVERY 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