As stated in this week's installment of The Week In Review, this television series brings with it the major milestone anniversaries of several classic television series. So at least one conundrum each week of September 2009 will involve one of them.
During the 1960s, spies were quite a fad within the various media. One of those features was The Man From U.N.C.L.E.; featuring Robert Vaughn and David McMCallum.
Your question is: What did U.N.C.L.E. and their rival organization T.H.R.U.S.H. stand for?
Some of the United States of America are hiding in the grid below. Can you find them?
I D A H O M
O U T A H A
H A W A I I
O R E G O N
L A W O I E
The answers will appear during next weekend's Puzzle Corner. But for now, the results from last weekend.
The secret that actress Natalie Schafer successfully kept hidden until after her passing was that she was actually ten years older than anyone ever suspected her of being.
The letter's within LABOR DAY (A, A, B, D, L, O, R, Y) can be used to spell Ad, Baa, Bad, Badly, Bar, Bard, Bay, Bold, Dab, Do, La, Lab, Lad, Lob, Oar, Or, Ray, and Yard. Other words than the 18 listed are possible.