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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 20, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas                                Crossword ACROSS 1 Ships poles 6 Invoice 10 Rabbits tall 14 nous 15 Vocal number 16 Composers creation 17 Soil 18 20 Sheltering 22 Beginning 23 USSR range 24 Will 25 Scotch plaid 28 Extent 29 Reeds 30 Liked better 35 Wing 36 Sierra 37 UN 3d Zealous 41 Restrain 43 Title 44 Natty 45 Condiment 48 Foreign agents 60 Bitter drug 51 Pestering 65 Famous cathedral 57 Color changer 58 Type of fat 59 My Priend 60 Uneven 61 Advantage 62 Sporting event 63 Dimples DOWN 1 Entangle 2 Square column 3 A Is Born 4 Homage 5 Spanish ladles 6 Mints kin 7 Shackles 8 Fish 9 Loiter 10 Wasp or bee 11 Swear 12 Beneath 13 Trials 19 perhaps 21 Scampered 24 Plentiful 25 Frogs kin 26 Skillful 27 Avenue 28 Transmit 30 Folksinger Seeger 31 Caviar source 32 Creeks 33 Trees 34 Sluggish 36 Light source PREVIOUS PUZZLE SOLVED 39 40 Make happen 41 Peaked 42 Rebuild 44 The is cast 45 Nova Scotia cape 46 Audibly 47 Hauled 48 French river 49 Dress feature 51 Horse 52 Privy to 53 Cozy home 54 Ceramic stoneware 56 Shadowy Hinge cracks seem limited to Discovery ByMARClADUNN Writer CAPE The cracked door hinges threatening to delay Discoverys March military mission by several weeks or more appear to be limited to that space NASA A preliminary check of Atlantis and Columbia uncovered chipped paint on the hinges but no launch director Bob Sieck said Tues Both shuttles will be examined more and their inspection records will be We dont have any reason to believe its due to age or its Sicck What we would hope to find is something unique in the history of the Discovery processing that could pinpoint when this happened and why it As engineers assessed the Discoverys seven astronauts pro ceeded as planned with a twoday countdown demonstration test that ends Vice President Dan Quay Ic also was to meet with the crew briefly during a visit to Kennedy Space Engineers initially feared all three spaceships had cracks similar to the 2inclilong gouges on two of Discov erys four door Each of the two flapper located on the belly of the has two aluminum The doors arc supposed to close once the external fuel tank drops off shortly after If the doors are not scaled tightly when Discovery returns to the intense heat of re entry could destroy the Charles chief of the orbitcr mechanical systems said Discoverys two other door hing es appear to be fine despite earlier reports of There was no evi dence of chips in the anticorrosive paint on those he NASA plans to decide within a few days whether it is safe to launch Dis covery as planned around March 9 with the cracked hinges or whether repairs are The shuttle may have been flying with the cracks for some time without any said Bare necessities Bill by day the owner of Lowman and Associates Realty prepares to bare it all for the ladies in the audience who were bidding their hardearned money to have a date with Lowman racked up for Teen Connection in Tuesdays nights Bachelor Auction at the Faust Twenty area bachelors parti cipated in the in which in bids were Many local restaurants donated dinner dates and other area businesses donated door When it was all Teen Connection raised Teen Connection is a foster group home and alternative Photo by Karla Wenzel Peace proposal could trap of Discoverys Officials do not know whether the NEW YORK AP Morning stocks SunCo 30K High Low Last TNPEnt 20 20 hinges could be fixed at the launch AMR Corp 59 Tandy pad or whether the shuttle would have ALLTEL Cp 38 37W Tanpifai s 3TA 3TA io be rolled back to the which L would mean a months AmStorcs Texaco 60 Tcxaslnd Discoverys which is Amoco Tcxasfast 40 devoted to Defense Department TexUUl 38 research is 1V4 weeks late 19 Textron esearcn aircaay IS WCCKS ate Tyler because of work to replace three bad AURichfld 124 USX Corp 30V4 30 Steering Bakerllugb 26 UnCwbde BcllAtlan i UnPacCp Beth Steel Borden Caterpllr 51 15 50 i I t I 11 Jniteli 25 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important that we keep in Amidst a flurry of morning TV interviews with ground war seeminly Foley told ABC The president would be faced with a very difficult in fact I dont know how he could fail to accept if Sad dam Hussein would agree to with draw unconditionally and without military officials said they expect victory in short order if andwhcn allied commanders get the green light for ground One speaking on condition of said today we are in the eye of Desert There is something of a lull right at the CARPET CLEANING TERm CLEANING SERVICES 1291322 Strvffff Mi TfT PURE WATER 6204733 Jfarduiare FIND BARGAINS IN EVERY DEPARTMENT AT HENNES FOUNDERS DAY SALE through February 23 MTWS fcM II NMBI 141 JUIwU UMIII STOP Dont Buy A sprinkler system until YouVe A rmicroflel Use Leu Water To Get The Same Results and Save MONET month after month after month on your water blllslll Phone 6204663 For more Information write or come by 783 Loop 337 TX Your competitively priced liquor store serving all 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