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New York Times, Friday, April 21, 1967

Author: Jean Reed
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 38, Avg Word Len: 5.05, Missing: { J Q W X Z }, Scrabble score: 271 (avg 1.45)
Open Squares: 71, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 5, XRef: 0, Spans: 1, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 3
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© 1967, The New York TimesNo. 6,460
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1. Part of a crossword: Abbr. : DEF
4. Letters on your paycheck. : FICA
8. Sunning oneself. : ABASK
13. Organic compound. : ENOL
15. State: Fr. : ETAT
16. French designer of hats. : DACHE
17. Others: Lat. : ALII
18. Military craft. : LSTS
19. Upper regions of space. : ETHER
20. In-the-cellar status. : LASTPLACE
22. Defame. : SMEAR
23. Whit. : TITTLE
24. Until: Sp. : HASTA
26. Well-known name in Saigon. : LODGE
28. Bridge holding. : TENACE
32. Sign on a house. : TOLET
35. Alençon is its capital. : ORNE
37. At the drop of ___. : AHAT
38. Straw beehive. : SKEP
39. ___ Jack. : UNION
40. Verne character. : NEMO
41. High: Prefix. : ALTI
42. Siberian river. : LENA
43. Writers of a sort. : ADMEN
44. Wicker. : RATTAN
46. Pronoun. : THEIR
48. What some colors do. : CLASH
50. Garlic buds. : CLOVES
54. Menotti role. : AMAHL
57. Legendary Texan. : PECOSBILL
59. Jetties. : MOLES
60. Of a time. : ERAL
61. Polite phrase. : ISEE
62. Type of silk. : MOIRE
63. Ancient harp. : LYRE
64. "But answer came there ___." : NONE
65. Nuclear event. : ATEST
66. Virginians. : LEES
67. Knock. : RAP
1. Traded (with). : DEALT
2. Chinese name, in part. : ENLAI
3. Impose by fraud. : FOIST
4. Cut down. : FELLED
5. ___ great life! : ITSA
6. Salinger novel. : CATCHERINTHERYE
7. Bewildered. : ATSEA
8. First word of Latin hymn. : ADESTE
9. TV pair. : BATMANANDROBIN
10. Nagging pain. : ACHE
11. One of the stadiums. : SHEA
12. Well-known name on Broadway. : KERR
14. Owners of big ears. : LITTLEPITCHERS
21. Story line. : PLOT
25. British gun. : STEN
27. Lost. : GONE
29. Attention-getting sound. : AHEM
30. Arrived. : CAME
31. British school. : ETON
32. Emperor. : TSAR
33. State: Abbr. : OKLA
34. Native of Riga. : LETT
36. First zoo keeper, in a way. : NOAH
39. Bone. : ULNA
43. Troubles. : AILS
45. Ready. : ALLSET
47. Where élèves learn. : ECOLES
49. State of enchantment. : SPELL
51. Part of a baseball cap. : VISOR
52. Former queen of Italy. : ELENA
53. Cease activity. : SLEEP
54. Abbess. : AMMA
55. Debatable. : MOOT
56. "Never tell ___." : ALIE
58. Part of TLC. : CARE

Answer summary: 2 unique to this puzzle, 1 debuted here and reused later, 3 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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