UPDATED 02/18/1985 at 01:00 AM EST Originally published 02/18/1985 at 01:00 AM EST

The names of 20 prominent people are hidden in the maze of letters. How many can you find by consulting the brief clues? The names read forward, backward, up, down or diagonally, are always in a straight line and never skip letters. We have started you off by circling LENNON, the answer to 1 in the diagram. The names may overlap and letters may be used more than once, but not all of the letters will be used. Super PEOPLE sleuths should be able to identify 15 or more names. Answers in next week's issue.

1 . John's and Valotte's boy
2 . Remembering past wars
3 . Still a Pole apart
4 . Talkative new Manhattanite...
5 . ...and his proud wife
6 . Mrs. Broadway Joe
7 . Shaft-ian soul singer
8 . Call him Mr. Whipple
9 . Moscow Rules, he writes
10 . Rising for the Defense
11 . She flew as Supergirl
12 . Diff'rent Strokes 'man'
13 . Singing sister and her...
14 . ...sportsman spouse
15 . Conservative columnizer
16 . Bay State's new Senator
17 . Fatal Visionary
18 . No. 1 tennis brat
19 . Cartooning New Yorker
20 . New State spokesman

Answers to Feb. 11 Puzzle
1. John Gavin
2. Ted Koppel
3. Albert Gore Jr.
4. Harry Dean Stanton
5. Hunter Carson
6. Bernard King
7. Empress Nagako
8. Sissy Spacek
9. Daniel Ortega Saavendra
10. Alice Adams
11. David Lean
12. Peter Hurkos
13. Donna Reed
14. Howard Keel
15. Connie Chung
16. Louise Lasser
17. Burt Reynolds
18. Lou Gramm
19. Stevie Wonder
20. Fred Rogers

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