The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on January 1, 1986 · Page 21
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 21

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Fun The Salina Journal Wednesday, January 1,1986 Page 21 My nominee will miss all 'lists' The Far Side Crossword By Eugene Shef/er New Year's is when all the list- makers come out of the woodwork. The day when columnists look either backward or forward to list their top 10:-the 10 best dressed, the 10 greatest moments in sports, the 10 top headlines, the 10 most outrageous quotes, the 10 biggest disasters, the 10 top movies, the 10 best-selling novels and the 10 biggest hits. The list that has always intrigued me is the "most admired" one. Every year I look at it and try to figure out what our criteria are for this honor. I see on it a group of prominent men and women we know only through the press. Today, I would like to offer my nomination for all 10 places on the . most admired list. ; My nominee is without age or any , particular sex. He lives in a hospital bed, a wheelchair, a rest home, in a world of darkness, or a prison of silence. His job? Survival. His challenge? Live with disease and pain. His goal? Every day when God opens up a new day for business, he shows up for it. My nominee never looks back. It's too painful. He never looks forward. Tank McNamara Erma Bombeck I.OS ANGELES TIMES It's a luxury. He lives for what he has this day ... this hour ... this very second. My nominee exists on a diet of optimism and hope. Occasionally he falls off the emotional diet and pigs out on self-pity, but returns again to do battle. My most admired entry makes those around him comfortable and goes out of his way to help us deal with problems. He allows us to see in him that nothing is as important as today and nothing is as uncertain as tomorrow. He offers to us a legacy of courage that will sustain us for years to come. He shows us the way to laugh at the things we can do nothing about and cry at the things we can. My faceless, nameless nominee will never be on the cover of Time. He will never covet a statue for excellence, a prize for courage, or make any of the "lists." But my nominee will touch more lives, effect more change, stir more emotion, and inspire more respect than any other person you will meet in your lifetime. Ellen McRae part of Burstyn's history LOS ANGELES (AP) - If you spot Ellen McRae in "Goodbye Charlie" or "For Those Who Think Young" on the late show and she looks familiar, there's a reason. That was one of the professional names used by the actress now known as Ellen Burstyn. She didn't become well known until 1975 when she won an Academy Award for "Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore" and a Tony award for "Same Time Next Year." She was born Edna Rae Gilhooley. At various times in her career she was known as Keri Flynn, Erica Dean, Edna Rae and Ellen McRae. ACROSS 39 Tennis 1 Lion's stroke refuge 41 Unruffled 5 "Romeo — 43 Hedge "Ed ... the 'later' is back." Juliet" 8 Dundee denizen 12 Hillside dugout 13 Springtime in Paris 14 Biblical weed 15 Chewy candies 17 Kind of exam 18 Theater feature 19U.S. neighbor 21 Dutch treat? 24 Space module 25 Surpasses 28 Soft part of fruit 30 Recede 33 " — Town" 34 Foundation plant 46 Bright Starr 50 Solitary 51 Hard candy 54 It equaled 3.7 quarts 55 " — My Children" 56 Pagan deity 57 Examine 58 Aries native 59 Neighbor of St. Martin DOWN 1 Palls behind 2 Touch, end to end 3 "My Friend 4 Ranges of hills 5 —, amas, amat 6 Snooze 7 Circular plate 8 Slate or agate 9 Chewy candies 10 Toward the mouth 11 Tissue Avg. solution time: 25 min. The Family Circus Ans. to yesterday's puzzle 16 Blushing 20 Bavarian sight 22 On — (equal) 23 The — Man" 25 Cote sound 26 Diving bird 27 Nut confections 29 Italian resort 31 Wager 32 Feather scarf 34 Infant 38 Excuses 40 Open 42 Hockey star 43 Scheme 44 City in New York 45 Petty despot 47 Nothing, in Spain 48 Rounded lump 49 Spicy stew 52 Palm leaf: var. 53 German city GIVE 1UE ALFALFA COOfa IT COULE? WWW ABOUT THE ANJY SXUTUAT MITSAGOWI SOU. IN) RAY- For Better or for Worse DONTWOWIFIM SonJS-"Tb BE RBLelb FEEL SLOW TfAlB MORNING. Oh, boy! I LIKE 1986!" CRYPTOQUIP KWELLDG'K TJM BGDDMFJB: "BEEZ YPC!" Yesterday's Cryptoquip: ARTIST IS PROUD IF HE IS CALLED THE PICTURE OF HEALTH. Today's Cryptoquip clue: L equals P exPf?eS5iON i The Lockhorns Hagar the Horrible " MOT THAT ONE, LEROV. IT CLASHES WITH YOUR NOSE." J PO VOU WANNA \"GOOOT,BOY6? POVOO7HOH? \HOH?POVOO? ^^ ^4 GO FOR It.' po vou THINK YOU'RE A AFFERENT PERSON FROM WHAT YOU WERE LAST YEAR? I REMEMBER LAST YEAR YOU 5AIP YOU U)ERE60IN6TOTRYTO BE A BETTER LISTENER. PO YOU THINK YOU VE REALLY CHANGED? Hi and Lois Wizard of Id A LITTLE HELP FROA\ MV FPIENP5 YOU FlXEP PlNNEI? THIS vvee«r WHILE VVENT TO PEAL-ESTATE Beetle Bailey Rex Morgan M.D. WHAT PO YOU CALL THOSE OIRLS WHO WANT TO MAKE LOVE ALLTHE TIME? I CALL THEAA GOOD MORNING, KAY/ If YOU'RE BUSY, CALL ME BACK? I'M AT HOME KAY/ IT'S FOR YOU / WELL, LIKE I TO ANSWER YOUR /^3 SAID—HE WAS QUESTION, MRS. KRONE, \ QUITE HAKID- THE MAN I WAS WITH > SOME / MV LAST NIGHT WAS NOT / HUSBAND THOUGHT 13 A RELATIVE / r& HE KNEW HIM/ *" Blondie Born Loser THEY'RE SENDING OUT THEIR 1996 CALENDARS A LITTLE DIFFERENT 1 THIS YEAR ONE MONTH AT A TIME

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