The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on November 26, 1981 · Page 7
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Page 8 The Salina Journal — Thursday, November 28,1961 \ Day: Reserved but active. Axton: Riding high. O'Brien: Call him Father. 'The Gossip Column' Doris Day prefers privacy and company of pet dogs AFTER THANKSGIVING SALE Hurry,,. Very Limited Quantities By ROBIN ADAMS SLOAN Q. Has Doris Day become a recluse in her old age? We hear she never leaves her Hollywood home and rarely iaccepts visitors. Is that true? — U.L. '••' A. Doris, while not a heavy social- izer, can hardly be called a recluse. And, at 57, she hardly can be considered that old, either. Doris is seen regularly at restaurants and occasionally at charity benefits. Yet after marital difficulties in recent years, she prefers her privacy and the company of the numerous dogs she keeps at a secluded home in California's Carmel • Minimum investment: $1,000 (then you may add as little as $100 as often as you wish) • Withdraw anytime without interest penalty • Free check writing (minimum: $500) • No sales charge FOR A PROSPECTUS. THAT YOU SHOULD CONSIDER BEFORE INVESTING. CALL OR SEND COUPON TO: WADDELL & REED, INC. 913-827-5161 Please phone during normal business hours 'Annual'ued average net investment income per share for seven days ended Nov. 24, Future yields will vary depending upon short-term interest rates and portfolio composition. Principal is rot guaranteed. Please send information regarding United Cash Management NAME ADDRESS CITY, STATE ZIP _PHONE . 219 S. Santa Fe, Sauna, Ks 67401 Valley she recently bought. Doris did make the trip down to tinseltown recently to attend an actors's benefit and she reportedly looked terrific. Q. Hoyt Axton is my favorite country singing star. Do you think he'll make a move to movies like Willie Nelson? — S.G. A. Yup, he already has. He had minor roles in "The Black Stallion" and a couple of television movies. And in MGM'S forthcoming "Endangered Species," Hoyt portrays a wealthy ccattle- man who drinks expensive bourbon, drives a block-long continental and lives on a ranch estate deep in Wyoming. The character seems quite natural for Axton, who's enjoying one of the most profitable times of his career — with films, a new TV pilot ("The Hoyt Axton Show") and personal appearance requests at an all-time high. In short, the folk singer whose popularity has mainly been on the West Coast is back on top. Only six years ago, he found his music empire close to bankruptcy. "It taught me a valuable lesson," says Axton. "No matter how successful you become, you still have to protect yourself. The chips are bigger now, and so is the burden." Q. Pat O'Brien has undoubtedly portrayed more Irish priests on screen than any other actor, ever. Does this image follow his tracks? — R.R. A. Sure. But Pat, who just passed his 82nd birthday, remains a good sport regarding his type-casting. At a shindig honoring the soon-to-be released movie "Ragtime," in which Pat is cast with pal James Cagney, an admirer walked over and kidded, "Begorra, Father, and it's good to see you again." O'Brien replied with tongue-in-cheek brogue, "Bless you, my son — and I hope you come to see the movie!" A LADY OF WORDS: Lillian Helman has a reputation as a direct and opinionated lady. The distinguisehd author and playwright recently dined at a swank Manhattan restaurant, where she didn't care for her table location, and demanded that she be seated elsewhere. Once ensconced, she found fault with the service; then the food, which was returned to the kitchen. By the evening's end, truth to tell, she wound up hardly having a great time. Q. 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