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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 2, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas New Texas AprH 1991 Page 3 Crossword ACROSS 1 Dutch cheese 5 Banana 10 Containers 14 Actors part 15 The Mutiny 16 Amend 17 Factory worker 19 Famed cartoonist 20 In behind in paying debts 21 Coast bird 22 tide 23 Former European coin 25 Bit of wit 26 Notice 30 Graphs kin 31 Wrecks car completely 34 Tapestry 36 Equestrian 38 Flee 39 Patriotic slogan 42 Stowe girl 43 Construct 44 Beach ridges 45 Dismal 47 Fish 49 Entangle 50 Gobble up 51 Goes winless 53 Taverns 55 Stupid one 56 Even chance 61 Portal 62 Beekeeping 64 Almost round 65 Reworked tire 66 hygiene 67 Count on 68 Big amounts 69 Raised ridge DOWN 1 Bombeck 2 Active one 3 Apple additive 4 Measure 5 6 Moccasin 7 Very unemotional 8 Unmoving 9 Gulls cousin 10 butter 11 Hormone 12 1492 ship 13 Highway sign 18 Small cushion 24 Whittle 25 over studied 26 tax 27 Utah city 28 Decorative 29 Kids game 31 Pro 32 Shoestrings 33 Big hit PREVIOUS PUZZLE SOLVED 35 Sloppy snow 37 Fruit 40 Kind of verb 41 Strong drink 46 Contemptibly 48 Cessations 51 Garment part 52 Musical tone 53 Russian name 54 Hub 55 Rowers 57 Store 58 OK 59 USSR river 60 Pound repeatedly 63 Bird call Bobcat Bobbies Southwest Texas State University Department recently com nandez of San Antonio Brett Reichardt of Helotes Bill Pieper of New missioned a student corps of Bobcaf Bobbies to patrol the campus Braunfels and Steven Linde of Not pictured is Christopher and look out for suspicious or criminal Pictured from left are Brown of San an Army Reserve soldier called to active duty Marco Moncada of Eagle Pass Jennifer Sehy of Corpus Christi during Operation Desert Richard Perez of Lockhart Kevin McCoy of San Antonio Betty Her Stocks NEW YORK AP Morning stocks Injured woman begins slow retreat from cave AP A vet eran spelunker known for her cave rescue expertise has begun a slow retreat inside the nations deepest known where she suffered a broken leg during a weekend Emily Davis of Scho had been trapped about two miles inside the Lechuguilla Cave after a rock gave way Sunday She fell about 12 and the 80pound rock landed on her left leg below the But late Monday with a splinted leg she began working her way horizontally toward the exit of the restricted access cave four miles west of Carls bad Shes moved a lot more than we thought she said Carlsbad Caverns National Park Ranger Bill For what we shes moved at a fairly rapid Shes not moving at a rapid pace for a but shes moving at a rapid pace for a woman with a broken She will have to ascend nearly rescuers And it might take three days for Mobley to make her alternating two types of stretchers moved by systems of ropes and they There are a lot of drops she has to negotiate through and a lot of things she has to and we are trying to do it as carefully as we so time is not important Justice Rick president of the Lechuguilla Cave Project said the 130pound woman would have to be lifted straight up 150 feet at a point 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