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r i Friday. October 25. 1991 THE CINCINNATI ENQUIRER PuzzlesC-13 Basic crossword Terminal ready to take Stones film to 'max' Ticket information fies indolence French school Bikini, e.g. Bartlett, for one Summon up Saw Mast Relatives abbr. Biblical verb suffix 39 Start of a Latin I trio 41 Tramp's love 45 Frighten 47 Haw antithesis 48 Super-victory of a sort 52 Cagers' org. 53 Eskimo boat 54 Sharp turn 55 Foul up 56 the lily (makes more attractive) 57 Bambi's aunt 58 Existed DOWN 1 Exempli- Tickets for Rolling Stones "At the Max" are $15 and go on sale 10 a.m. Nov. 16 at the West ticket pod on the plaza level of Riverfront Stadium for that day only as well as all TicketMaster outlets and by calling 749-4949. Showtimes are 8 or 10 p.m. All seats are reserved. TicketMaster will issue line numbers at its Cincinnati and Dayton locations (excluding the stadium) starting at 10 a.m. Nov. 13. After Nov. 16, the remaining tickets will be on sale at the Museum Center and TicketMaster. Rolling Stones "At the Max" hotlines, providing showtimes and ticket availability, are 345-2647 and 800-743-6004. BY CLIFF RADEL The Cincinnati Enquirer The Rolling Stones rocked Union Terminal Thursday. Mick Jagger pursed his ample lips. Keith Richards' guitar roared. Charlie Watts' drums thundered as the Stones served a taste of "Brown Sugar" on the five-story-tall screen of the Robert D. Lindner Family Omnimax Theater in Museum Center at Union Terminal. The Stones' music plus a breathtaking helicopter's-eye view swooping low over London's Wembley Stadium came from a clip of the concert film, Rolling Stones "At The Max." The world's first concert film shot in the Imax format has its American Midwest premiere Nov. 16 at the Omnimax, the world's only theater of its kind with digital sound. The film opens to the public Nov. 26. Tickets, $15, go on sale Nov. 16. Footage from the 89-minute, 15-song film comes from five nights of concerts in Berlin, London and Turin, Italy, during the European leg of the Stones 1989-90 world tour. The American leg of the tour included a Sept. 14, 1989, Cincinnati stop before a sold-out crowd of 55,000 at Riverfront Stadium. Ironically, the stadium and 55,000 tickets play a part in the Omnimax's showing of Rolling Stones "At The Max. " On the first day of the film's ticket sales, the stadium's West ticket pod along with all TicketMaster locations will be selling the 55,000 tickets for the 205 showings during the film's seven-nights-a-week, six-month run in the 269-seat theater. According to Omnimax director Dave Du-szynski, "the six-month run can be extended at our option. We are also considering midnight showings on Friday and Saturday nights." Duszynski noted negotiations are "still in progress for bringing in a member of the band for the film's premiere." Although he could not say which Stone might attend, he did say which one won't and that's Jagger. He's in Paris working on a solo album. Richards, meanwhile, is settling into a new home in Connecticut. Watts is touring England with his jazz band. Guitarist Ron Wood is 10 11 ACROSS 1 Salonga of "Miss Saigon" 4 Singer Zadora 7 Emulated Killy 12 Earn an Oscar, maybe 13 Remnant 1 4 Patchy pony 15 Menagerie 1 6 Alpine woe 18 Blueprint addition 19 "OK," on the CB 20 Ego 22 Barbie's beau 23 African antelope 27 Cote mom 29 Washington of "Glory" 31 Hirsute 34 Advocacy of morality 35 Jackson or Johnson 37 pye weed 38 Collar piece transport 23 Genuflect 24 Terrorist's weapon 25 Moines 26 Einstein's birthplace 28 Zed preceder 30 Conductor de Waart 31 "Spring Sprung" 32 Picnic intruder 33 Mrs. Eddie Cantor 36 Dumpty's perch 37 Dead Sea feeder 40 Corn 42 Spiro of politics 43 Paget or Winger 44 "The Best of Our Lives" 45 Sends out invitations 46 Million (prefix) 48 Schlepp 49 Parisian pal 50 0 51 June honoree 17 John Give Mersey 25 mins. 21 wrapping up a solo album in England. Bass guitarist Bill Wyman is tied up in London with the legal wranglings that have held up progress on the Sticky Fingers Restaurant he plans to open in Cincinnati. Solutlon time UlMEnDEjAl HON NTG 1ST A R AlClHl I BIOILITIE RAT 3 Weddings AINI I ETS EITIN RfOlGlE E T 4 rlw A pnTpT B L B I A Y Q N I E TFTd" E L alas 11 c h i l l j hee1lPsT "nTsLIg C3 ;- 'ff 1p v ! .... . .,:,f Yesterday's answer 10-25 Or fJ i 2 13 14 IS 5 f '" '"1 7 a 9 75 fTi T5 T3 74 TS " T6 17 T 75 L ' ' ' 20 21 22" 23 24 25" 26 27 28 f" 129 30 31 32 33 C'""L""- 134 38 "mj39 40 """" 41 42 43 44 J4& 46 "" 47 48 49 50 51 52" 53 54 ' 53 ! 56 57 58 .... iW. w 1. &N S tk ' 1 M-k-l V J Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Seibel nee Elizabeth Susan Metz THE WEDDING of Elizabeth Susan Metz of Milford and Robert William Seibel of Cincinnati took place Aug. 17 at Milford First United Methodist Church. The Rev. David C. Trout officiated. A reception followed at Bel-Wood Country Club, Morrow. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Shirley Wood of Milford. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Soffey of Atlanta, Ga. Matron of honor was Mrs. Kim Kehr of Hamilton. Best man was Patrick Retherford of Fairfield. The bridegroom attended the University of Cincinnati and Xavier University. The couple will reside in Cryptoquip Mr. and Mrs. Alphonse J. Bautista nee Karen Lynn Zanitsch THE WEDDING of Karen Lynn Zanitsch and Alphonse Joseph Bautista of Edgewood, Ky., took place July 20 at St. Pius X Church. The Rev. Victor T. Lloyd officiated. A reception followed at St. Pius X. . The bride is the daughter of James and Nancy Zanitsch of Edge-wood, Ky. The bridegroom is the son of Pablo and Cordette Bautista of Edgewood. Maid of honor was Joelle Dames of Fort Mitchell, Ky. Best man was Jim Overly of Highland Heights, Ky. The bride is a graduate of Northern Kentucky University. The bridegroom is a graduate of the University of Kentucky. The couple will reside in Park Hills, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. Brent Michael Hannig nee Kindra Kay Miller THE WEDDING of Kindra Kay Miller and Brent Michael Hannig, both of Cincinnati, took place May 4 at St. Louis Church, Batesville, Ind. The Rev. John Turnbull officiated. A reception followed at the Sherman House Restaurant and Inn, Batesville. The bride is the daughter of Macallen Miller and Mrs. Nelson French of Batesville. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hannig of Cincinnati. Maid of honor was Michelle Miller of Cincinnati. Best man was Scott Hannig of Dayton, Ohio. The bride is a graduate of the University of Evansville and attended the University of Cincinnati graduate school. The bridegroom is a graduate of Cincinnati Technical College and attended Xavier University. The couple will reside in Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey A. Zurkan nee Linda Ellen Cochran THE WEDDING of Linda Ellen Cochran of Lebanon and Jeffrey Alan Zurkan of Livonia, Mich., took place July 13 at First Presbyterian Church, Brighton, Mich. The Revs. Robert McConnell and Ginny Brown officiated. A reception followed at Lakeland Golf and Country Club. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Cochran of Lebanon. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Zurkan of Livonia. Matron of honor was Mrs. Dana Lawrence of Warsaw, Ind. Best man was James Meriver of Ann Arbor, Mich. The bride is a graduate of Hanover College. The bridegroom attended the University of Michigan. The couple will reside in Roach-ester Hills, Mich. The Cryptoquip is a substitution cipher in which one letter stands for another. If you think that X equals O, it will equal O throughout the puzzle. Single letters, short words and words using an apostrophe give you clues to locating vowels. Solution is by trial and error. Today's Cryptoquip clue: Y equals G Z UASPSA NM. YM ZXS TIENZKY MK NRS VEIS, QHN MHA UVEKT PSVV N R A M H Y R . Yesterday's Cryptoquip: TIRED OF HIS ROUTINE, OUR SEASONED TAILOR FELT HEMMED IN. , r ... 0-' .vr xk&L. JJr Advanced crossword it i i I if i 12 Express 13 Propelled a punt 21 Modicum 23 Impression 26 Bucks 27 Fragment 28 Furnished 29 Target 30 Too cute 31 Fencer's weapon 34 Foretoken 36 Status 37 Strong flavor 38 As well 41 Father of Candice 44 Nevada resort 48 Sarge 50 Foray 51 Sea near Australia 52 Stood up 53 Pitch in 54 Made the floor shine 56 "Fools Die" author 57 podrida: Spanish stew 58 Place for money 59 Pernicious 60 Gainsay 63 Certain marsupial, for short ACROSS 1 Perplexed 6 Wiener schnitzel ingredient 10 Scrape 14 Solzhenitsyn's "The Archipelago" 15 Jason's ship 16 Combining form meaning "vision" 17 Humble 18 Escalate 19 River flowing to the Caspian Sea 20 Famished 22 Limited 24 Comeuppance 25 Bewildered 26 Lubricant container 30 Obviate 32 Coward of note 33 August event in Russia 35 Important artery 39 Volcano in Sicily 40 Show host 42 False god 43 Horseman of myth 45 Made do, with "out" 46 Lodges 47 loafer 49 Tree of eastern China 51 Sight in 44 Down 54 Ineffective 55 Site of Mount Hood 56 Repeated 61 Learn by 62 Unsolved question 64 Martini ingredient 65 Concerning 66 Percolate 67 Worn out 68 Explorer Ponce de 69 Temper 70 Flirt DOWN 1 Gelatin substitute 2 Part of a brass band 3 A Moravian, for one 4 Facilitate 5 Program 6 Obscure 7 Strays 8 Past 9 Like skim milk 10 Kind of tournament 1 1 Taxing time ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE: TTh a d e si Jm UTt a l oUcTa 1111 rata Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Kent Belden nee Julia Ann Oelker THE WEDDING of Julia Ann Oelker of Centerville, Ohio, formerly of Cincinnati, and Bryan Kent Belden of Beavercreek took place Aug. 17 at the Church of the Incarnation, Centerville. The Rev. Kenneth C. Schatz officiated. A reception followed at Presidential Banquet Center, Kettering. The bride is the daughter the late Mr. and Mrs. John M. Oelker. The bridegroom is the son of Mrs. Marvin E. Crist and the late Mr. Crist. Matron of honor was Christine K. Oelker of Cincinnati. Best man was David D. Belden of Beavercreek. The bride and bridegroom are graduates of Wright State University. The couple will reside in Mr. and Mrs. Earl J. Kehres nee Julie L. Schimpf THE WEDDING of Julie L. Schimpf of Cincinnati and Earl J. Kehres of Columbus took place Aug. 17 at St. Xavier Church. The Rev. Gene Contadino officiated. A reception was at Terrace Park Country Club. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Schimpf of Cincinnati. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Roman J. Kehres of Troy, Ohio. Maid of honor was Lisa M. Spragens of Cincinnati. Best man was Darin W. McBeath of Dayton, Ohio. The bride is a graduate of the University of Dayton and attends Capital University. The bridegroom is a graduate of Ohio State University. The couple will reside in Mr. and Mrs. James H. Russell nee Betsy L. Stadler THE WEDDING of Betsy L. Stadler of Cincinnati and James' H. Russell of Fairfield took place July 27 at St. John Neumann Church. The Rev. Paul Bader officiated. A reception followed at the Harbour Club. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alois Stadler of Cincinnati. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Russell of Charlotte, N.C. Maid of honor was Joan Stadler of Houston. Best man was William Russell of Amelia. The bride is a graduate of Purdue University. The bridegroom is a graduate of Appalachian State University. The couple will reside in i v eThja d m yTmToTm e n t s T A MLJA D 0 SI I ' sn r flH e sDhIaIl T E R S Mr. and Mrs. Anthony T. Gastrich nee Barbara Ann Bodnar THE WEDDING of Barbara Ann Bodnar of Terrace Park and Anthony Thomas Gastrich of Amelia took place July 20 at St. Andrew Church. The Rev. Timothy Bunch officiated. A reception followed at Victor Stier Hall. The bride is the daughter of Robert and Patricia Bodnar of Terrace Park. The bridegroom is the son of Devlin Gastrich and Donna Culver of Amelia. Matron of honor was Kimberly Hettinger of Fairfield. Best man was Robert Gastrich of Amelia. The bride is a graduate of Christ Hospital School of Nursing. The bridegroom attended Xavier University. The couple will reside in Marie-mont, Ohio. I R I a I f T ISlOlRlElRDPlElPl S I M I A N SLJ0 L E S OURS AIO P tIe sis 1 R 3 p 5 I lb R IS p I llit 12 7T TS TS TJ TS T5 55 FT 2T 23 ' ' ' 1 24 25 26 127 128 129 """" 30 31 32 TT M 35 36 137 138 35 IS 1 ii 44 4 ft : ' 47 48 45 50 MjbTTbT" M gf b6 """"" 57 b8 Ib9 160 ST Tj b n SS S 57 sj n 75 Snow-Chifos THE WEDDING of Anna Valerie Chifos of Cincinnati and Timothy Ray Snow of Athens, Ohio, took place Sept. 21 at Old Mud Meeting House, Harrodsburg, Ky. The Rev. Doug Slagle officiated. A reception followed at the Old Mud Meeting House. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Chifos of Cincinnati. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Snow of Athens. Maid of honor was Claudia Chifos of New York City, sister of the bride. Best man was Garry Snow of Louisville, brother of the bridegroom. The bride is a graduate of Indiana University and the University of Louisville. The bridegroom is a graduate of Ohio University. The couple will reside in Tilsley-Lopez THE WEDDING of Guadalupe M. Lopez of Portland, Ind., and Gregory Paul Tilsley of Cincinnati took place June 1 at Mother of God Church, Covington. The Rev. Len Fecko officiated. A reception followed at the Westin Hotel. The bride is the daughter of Dr. Alfonso Lopez and Maticde Lopez of Portland. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Tilsley of Cincinnati. Matron of honor was Mary Lopez of Danville, 111., sister-in-law of the bride. Best man was Mark T. Tilsley of Cincinnati, brother of the bridegroom. The bride and bridegroom are graduates of the University of Cincinnati. The couple will reside in Griffiths-LaRuffa THE WEDDING of Dr. Catherine LaRuffa of Blanchester, Ohio, and Brian K. Griffiths of London, England, took place Aug. 2 at Schott Amphitheatre, Sawyer Point. The Rev. E. Lynn Champion officiated. A reception followed at The Phoenix. The bride is the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Cesare A. LaRuffa of Blanchester. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard K. Griffiths of Lincoln, England. Maid of honor was Stephanie M. LaRuffa of San Francisco. Best man was Randall J. Campbell of Indianapolis. The bride completed residency at Community Hospitals, Indianapolis. The bridegroom is a graduate of St. Albans, London. The couple will reside in Blanchester. Chifos-Martincic THE WEDDING of Tracie Lynn Martincic and Joseph Anthony Chifos of St. Louis took place Sept. 28 at St. Mary's Church, Assumption, 111. The Rev. Jerry Bunse officiated. A reception followed at St. Mary's Church Parish Hall. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Martincic of Assumption, 111. The bridegroom is the son Mr. and Mrs. Paul Chifos of Cincinnati. Matron of honor was Mrs. Brian Morrisey of St. Charles, Mo. Best man was Robert Gabel of Houston. The bride is a graduate of Missouri Baptist School of Nursing. The bridegroom is a graduate of Ohio State University. The couple will reside in St. Charles, Mo. 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