New York Times, Wednesday, October 2, 1996

Author: K. Hodge
Editor: Will Shortz
Karen Young Bonin
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 38 Missing: {FJQVZ} This is puzzle # 3 for Ms. Bonin. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Zeus's wife : HERA
5. "Nearer, My God, to Thee" writer ___ Adams : SARAH
10. See 59-Across : SALT
14. Tiptop : APEX
15. Critical : ACUTE
16. 10 C-notes : THOU
17. Person next door in Honolulu? : HINEIGHBOR
19. Aretha Franklin's "___ No Way" : AINT
20. Tough nut : ACORN
21. Clothes hamper in Gary? : INBASKET
23. Lace with liquor : SPIKE
26. Word on a French valentine : CHERI
27. Musical sets : STEREOS
31. Dapper one : DAN
33. Tea holder in Pittsburgh? : PAKETTLE
35. Make new furrows : REPLOW
40. They can take a yoke : OXEN
41. Wyeth's "___ Pictures" : HELGA
43. Fictional slave girl of Egypt : AIDA
44. Fidget : TIDDLE
46. Circus employee in Cambridge? : MABARKER
48. Tide alternative : ERA
50. Tex and John : RITTERS
51. Tend to the turkey : BASTE
55. 200 milligrams : CARAT
57. Pen in Tulsa? : OKCORRAL
59. Weapons limited by 10-Across : ICBMS
64. It means nothing to Nanette : RIEN
65. Jewelry in Pocatello? : IDBRACELET
68. Belly-button type : INNY
69. Family relation : NIECE
70. Grammy : NANA
71. Certain NCO's : SGTS
72. Author Richard Henry and others : DANAS
73. Goon : THUG
1. A little laughter : HAHA
2. Kind of proportions : EPIC
3. Cabinet member Janet : RENO
4. Canner? : AXER
5. Droop : SAG
6. "Oh my," to Ohm : ACH
7. Cube creator : RUBIK
8. Made up (for) : ATONED
9. Sage or thyme, e.g. : HERB
10. Secret supply : STASH
11. "Take ___!" ("Scram!") : AHIKE
12. Recluse : LONER
13. ___-frutti : TUTTI
18. Little map on a big page : INSET
22. Dermatologist's case : ACNE
24. Commotion : POTHER
25. Land in the ocean : ISLE
27. Difficult situation : SPOT
28. Danza/DeVito sitcom : TAXI
29. Scraped (out) : EKED
30. Rip : REND
32. Yemen's peninsula : ARABIA
34. Blight victim : ELM
36. Take different paths : PART
37. Go for : LIKE
38. Baltic feeder : ODER
39. Treaties end them : WARS
42. 1974 N.L. batting champ Ralph : GARR
45. Once-over, maybe : LEER
47. Hideout for Anne Frank : ATTIC
49. Evangeline's home : ACADIA
51. First name in the Kremlin : BORIS
52. Fit for ___ : AKING
53. Chanel product : SCENT
54. Awards for Neil Simon : TONYS
56. Veep Barkley : ALBEN
58. Orange exterior : RIND
60. Penny : CENT
61. Hardly exciting : BLAH
62. Diner's card : MENU
63. Dateless : STAG
66. Nipper's co. : RCA
67. D.D.E.'s '52 and '56 rival : AES

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