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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 5, 1993, New Braunfels, Texas MAY 1993 HERALDZEITUNG 3A IN THE NEWS Fire claims fire doors propped LOS ANGELES AP Tenants jumped from the windows or collapsed on top of one another in the halls as flames raced through an apartment house whose fire doors had been propped Seven children and two pregnant women were The fire began Monday on the second floor of the three 40unit building in the heavily Hispanic Westlake section near Fire Chief Donald Manning Manning said the fire which could have stopped the spread of smoke and probably had been propped open because of warm The cause of the fire was under Restore Hope to continue with Somalia AP As Washington transfers responsibility for Somalias problems to the United sol diers take pride in a mission that has almost eradicated starvation and stilled a civil Yet the country remains far from ready to stand on its Somalia will need help for years to The multinational Operation Restore has helped restore some semblance of order to a country that last year imploded in civil famine and the United States turns control over to the United which will call the effort Operation Continue More than Americans will remain for about a Navy pepper paint to stop barnacles PITTSBURGH AP Talk about a hot A experimental marine paint made with red peppers is so fiery it will blister More impor it will prevent mussels and barnacles from attach ing themselves to buoys and intake says inventor Ken To make Barnacle Fischer mixed oil from cayenne peppers with an epoxybased The peppery paint is envi ronmentally which should help it win approval from the Environmental Protection said Jon director of vendor certification for McCormick The spice company is supplying the Kindermasken activities sweep city Fun and games Kindermaskenball and Folkfest activities were enjoyed by resi dents and vistitors in New May Folkfest 93 was sponsored by the Sophienburg Museum and the Heritage Society of New and the New Braunfels Conservation Demonstrations on sausage sauerkraut can dle Indian folklore and medicine and much more were Home made into Rose Garden Burckhard and Dawn Mann hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony on May 4 to celebrate the grand opening of The Rose Garden Bed and Breakfast at 195 South Academy who was born and raised in moved to America in 1975 and became a United States citizen in His German heritage along with Dawns English back ground was implemented in con verting this halfcentury old which belonged to the McKenna into a unique yet comfortable and elegant Bed and The Royal Rose depicts the love that Dawn has for her English This room is graced with pictures and books of the English Royalty which still includes Princess Diana and Bur ckhard and Dawn have enhanced the ambience of this room with crystal flowered wall paper in addition to laceedged sheets and pillow The Country Rose atmosphere is the complete opposite of the Royal The bed is victorain style and constructed of iron and The rooms wood paneling and hardwood floors makes this room truly country How this does not diminish the comfortable and homey atmos phere that is felt throughout the house and Breakfast is served either at the glass table in the formal dining room or in the rose gar KERMITS SMALL ENGINE REPAIR Will now be open FULL TIME Tuesday Friday pm noon 6293366 625 San Antonio To Momfbve Mothers Day is this so ask your florist for one of these bouquets FID Mothers Touch Bouquet FTD Blooming Inspirations Bouquet 146 North Casteil 6255522 TODAYS CROSSWORD PUZZLE ACROSS 1 New Mexico town 5 Stone 10 Silly ones slang 14 Prefix for sphere 15 Strange 16 Wild ox 17 Dry 18 Tiein 20 Clan symbol 22 Favorite 23 Moon valley 24 Overstuffed 26 Saloon 27 Cattle thief 30 Bad mark 34 Bays 35 Hard liquors 36 Poem 37 Highway sign 38 Make fun of 40 Singer Campbell 41 Gymnasts feat 42 Russian planes 43 Timberland 45 Appearing 47 Strips 48 Math 49 Admit 50 Actress Burnett 53 Body part 54 Ships crane 58 Native 61 Plunge 62 Half 63barrel 64 Picone 65 Beverages 66 Outdoes 67 Make smooth DOWN 1 All Jazz 2 Of planes 3 Leave out 4 Dodge 5 Moccasin 6 Secret wedding participant 7 Having prongs 8 Tenants expense 9 Single 10 Ironic literature 11 Indigo plant 12 Puddle 13 Rational 19 Stuffs 21 Brewers need 25 Trying out 26 Advantage 27 Chances 28 Loosen ropes around 29 Hillside 30 Not 31 Parts in play 32 That is 33 Canvas shelters 35 Drivers need 39 Brunch item PREVIOUS PUZZLE SOLVED 5593 1993 United Feature Syndicate 40 Small bombs 42 Thousandth 44 Roman author 46 New Zealand natives 47 Go 49 Fishing gear 50 House 51 Cains brother 52 European capital 53 Bees home 55 Long livel 56 Tennis player Lendl 57 Nurse 59 Sailor slang 60 Vegas STUMPED 5 Call For Answers Touchlone or Rotary Phones 9004543535 code 500 per minute
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