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June 13, 1976

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 92

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Crossword Puzzle Answer for Sunday, June 6, Cryptoquip: OUR PROVOCATIVE CAMPAIGN ORATORS PROVIDE IMAGINATIVE DISCOURSES. CRYPTOQUIP C K S V D V H 7. W D T L : K D L T Y Z E S W R D L 2 K D L Z X Y S K T 0 .1 .1 S I- X R 2 Z C Y M X W M H K Today's Cryptoquip clue: K equals W ACROSS 1 Stately old dance 6 Huge 11 Topic 16 Ferocious 17 A moth 18 Roy or Will 20 Diverting 21 To hang 22 Chemical element 24 Labium 25 Closer ?7 Denoting a tribe of Franks 29 Dernier -30 Roman highway 32 Mix 33 Glut 34 Keats, for one 35 Roman goddess 37 Ardor 39 Govern 40 Wholly 11 Ancient ascetic ·13 Spanish cowboy 45 Needed on safaris 46 Loiters 48 Long bout with an illness 611 49 Garlands 50 A deputy 54 Worm larva 55 Fortified place 59 Footless animal 60 River valleys 62 Dormouse 64 Correct the copy 65 A dram 66 Large cask 67 Still 68 Chemical suffix 69 Cicatrix 71 A traitor 73 Odin, Thor. et al. 75 Astringent substance 76 Appraise 78 Common value 80 Bald 82 Method 83 A ruffle 85 Christmas 86 Rest 89 Kettles 91 Moves by stealth 95 Cease! I Naut.) 36 Jargon 97 European shark !)9 Heron 100 Smooth 101 Nicklaus' sport 102 Gait in manege 104 Scottish Gaelic 105 A suffix forming adjectives 106 Dumas wrote of him 108 Commiserates 110 Compass reading 111 Kind of drink 113 Niven or Wayne 115 Decked 117 Night noises 118 The choice part 119 Landed property 120 Scrape 121 Marks to let stand 122 Dispenses DOWN 1 Destitute persons 2 Abbrs. on maps 3 Futile 4 Girl's name 5 Nullify 6 Bradley, et al. 7 Musical prince 8 Past 9 Headland 10 Wealth 11 Trout (Fr.) 12 Goddesses of the seasons 13 Governor of Alaska 14 Chess pieces 15 Heathlike 16 Strikes 19 Safety ( F r . ) 20 Carroll character 2li Arachnids 26 Valley on the moon 28 French composer 31 Staggered 34 Junior I l^aw) 36 Obstacle 38 Brads 39 Stately 40 Resign 42 Old oath 44 New: comb, form 45 Exploit 47 Ordinance 49 Native of Laos 50 -- macabre 51 Iliad and Odyssey 52 Yankee pitching great 53 Escape 55 Unused 56 Roman official 57 A cavity i Anat.) 58 Checks 61 Spanish queen 63 Center of a hurricane 70 Full of fissures 71 Gem stone 72 Nautical spar 73 Medieval helmet 74 Spanish rivers 75 Affirm 77 Greatest in degree 79 Trouble 81 Network 83 Trusts 84 Furnishes 86 Chest sounds 87 Incidents 88 Gasping 89 Soothing unguent 90 Dog's name 92 Takes into custody 93 Tenant under a lease 94 Spirited horse 96 Rough 98 Ignored 101 Salute 103 Concise 106 Site of Taj Mahal 107 Seasoning 108 English statesman 109 Bristle 112 And not 114 Compete 116 Girl of song Average time of solution: 62 minutes. 30 55 69 86 52 88 112 106 4 5 32 60 96 89 m 83 113 78 101 44 79 27 73 97 108 33 102 28 80 as 98 34 04 29 £6 63 94 Leonard iViinoy as Mr. Spook, 1 1:30 p.m., Sundays on WSAZ-TV. Sunday TV Movies (cont'd) 22m CHARLESTON. W.VA. "THE LADY KILLERS," (1956) ****. 9 p.m., ® with Alec Guinness and Peter Sellers. Two of Britain's best actors team in this uproariously funny comedy about a strange crew of bank robbers whose plans are thwarted by a nice old lady. "ASHES AND D I A M O N D S , " (1959) ****, 11:30 p.m., (g). One of a number of extraordinary postwar films made by the new school of Polish film makers. Dubbed tragedy about the last day of World War II and a Polish partisan who sets out to kill the new Communist commissar, both of them tired and embittered by the long years of bloodshed. Fine performance by Zbigniew Cybulski as the assassin. Expertly directed by a young Polish director now deceased. Serious and often deeply moving film, with considerable striking camerawork. Subtitles. "SEVENTH HEAVEN," (1937) *'/2, 11:30 p.m.. Q with Simone Simon and James Stewart. Corny, inept sound version of the 1927 silent classic. Story of love in a Paris garret is a complete bore. June 13. 1976, Sunday Gazette-Mail

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