The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on January 25, 1986 · Page 21
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Fun The Salina Journal Saturday, January 25,1986 Page 21 Van Johnson prefers private life The Far Side By Eugene Sheffer Gossip ; By ROBIN ADAMS SLOAN ! ; '', ' King Features ! Ql We hear that veteran stage and screen actor Van Johnson is something of a hermit. Why does he keep to himself so much? — H. J. 'A. Johnson, vtfio'll be 70 this; year, is, to ;pijt' it mildly, a very private per- sbru -Van has had his share of ill- txesSes over the years, and he likes to take 'things easy when not working. He" .recently completed a stint in the Broadway production of the hit mu-. steal-?La Cage aux Folles." During the,engagement, he kept very much to:himself. He spent most of his offstage time in his New York apartment painting, doing needlepoint and, says one associate, making regular visits to a "fat farm." Q: Has comedian Steve Allen been haying eye trouble that threatens his sigjit?-A.C. IAr-There were reports in early November that Allen had undergone catafact surgery in Los Angeles (Cataracts are an eye disease that cgri'cause partial or complete blind- Johnson Allen ness if not properly treated). However, the true story seems to be more grim, although happy results are expected. The former host of NBC- TV's "Tonight Show" is said to have been operated on for colon cancer. He cancelled all his professional appearances during a period of recuperation. But he's expected to be back in shape, ready to roll, in the near future. Q. I keep wondering if Roger Moore will star in another James Bond movie. My friend says he will, but I say he won't. — H.V. A. You are right. Or, at least, it seems that way. Roger told me just a while ago that he's f inally had it with 007. He says his decision is definite, positive and irreversible. Roger is 58, and has starred as Bond in seven flicks over 12 years. Critics remarked that in the last flick, "A View to a Kill," Moore looked obviously too old as 007. Anyway, Moore (who recently underwent painful knee surgery) says he's eager to take on other film assignments. Now we'll have to find out who the "new" James Bond will be. I'll keep you posted. No Lady, No Sale: A famous singer/dancer pranced into Bloomingdale's in Manhattan with her personal maid in tow. When a sales clerk in the linen department was too busy to give her immediate attention, Mme. Star sent over her maid with this message, "My lady wishes for you to wait on her immediately." The salesperson, not one whit intimidated, replied in syllables audible throughout the area, "She may be your lady, but fortunately, she isn't mine. Please tell her she'll have to wait her turn just like everybody else!" Classified ads get results. "Check this guy out, Lois.... Artificial for sure.' The Family Circus ACROSS 1 Picnic pest 4 AH — 8 Battle memento 12 Grant's foe 13 Concluded 14 Bobsled's kin 15 Before 16 Desire 17 Early victim 18 Refreshment booth runner 21 Museum fill 22 Droop 23 Nanny's mate 26 Fri. follower 27 Interstice 30 Father of 17 Across 31 Be victorious 32 Thin- layered mineral 33 Levy 34 Plague 35 — Island, New York 36 Polite title 37 To's opposite 38 Parade- like 45 Nothing, to Nastase 46 Matador's foe 47 Eosin, e.g. 48 Agape 49 Actress Barbara 50 Buddhist belief 51 Left 52 June honorees 53 Slalom maneuver DOWN 1 Guinness 2 Pianist Peter 3 Adolescent 4 New York City area 5 Nautical cry 6 Franklin and Gazzara 7 Craftsman 8 Street talk 9 Fidel's home 10 Fabric- working machine Avg. solution time: 25 min. 1-25 Am. to yesterday's puzzle 11 Depend 19 Placid 20 Bit for a colt 23 Diamond need 24 Actress Lupino 25 Not strict 26 News hour 27 Card player's call 28 Blackjack ' half ; 29 Salary 31 Yarn type 32 Satellite 34 Dessert choice 35 Sings a la Bing 36 Aroma 37 Given the ax 38 Farm implement 39 Hitchcock film 40 Kiln 41 Fizzy drink 42 Chopping tool 43 Some grains 44 Urges Tank McNamara .. UJEJ3SA KJGPHEW WO COMES OV/B? HERE AMD 06A15-7HISGOYOP For Better or for Worse .. . ! COME CWK'-GRRMPR'S flTTiCIJ Mommy, what's everybody in heaven say to God when He sneezes?" 1-25 CRYPTOQUIP UAC, XBQSQB LMVWBV YQ NFMMR NYTW LYU GMTRFC KNCW, DERR. WTMLT YU Y AYFG-XSTQ. Yesterday's Crytoquip: GARDENER, AGHAST, PUT ALL HIS AUTUMN APPOINTMENTS IN A LOOSE LEAF FOLDER. Today's Cryptoquip clue: N equals B S> 1986 King Features Syndicate, Inc. .. Jj-fE BVENiNG NEffe VjiLL HOT BE SEEN TONIGHT!! •. .WE'LL EXPLAIN LATER... The Lockhorns Hagar the Horrible flov/J tfow/' LOOK! MYPAP . i .*• i l^"*-^ ill ^** L I A 41 f^. I U5 POT/JAT? "NOT BAD DID VOU OPEN THE CAN6 YOOR6ELF?" %RFIEUXS A CAT IN LOBBOCK,TEXAS GAVE BIRTH TO 57 KITTEN5 WHEN ASKEP HOW SHE FELT AFTER GIVING BIRTH TO QOIN6EPTUPLET6, SHE SAIP: 1986 Universal Press Syndicate ^ — " Peanuts I VE BEEN U)ONPERIN6 ABOUT ^ SOMETHING... ALL THE SNOW IN THIS PART OF THE VARP IS MINE..THE 5NOU) IN THAT PART OF THE YARP IS YOURS.. I'LL FEEL BETTER WHEN THEV START SLEEPING THROUGH THE NIGHT Hi and Lois Wizard of id HEAPS /\F?E TOO FLAT To Rex Morgan M.D. Beetle Bailey VOLIR WIFE HASH T CAU&HT 0MT0 TEMMIS TERMS VET HE'LL FROBABUY CALL. XJ TOWIGHT BY THE WAV, VOU DIPM'T HEAR FROM - DBWISOW TODAV, PID YOU? NO---AMO IT'S THE FIRST ' I HOPE HE'S ALL RIGHTS OKAY, SWEETIE IT'5 THIRT/- LOVE GOING STRAIGHT HOME, I'LL GIVE YOU A LIFT, KAY!' I'LL BE DRIVIMG PAST YOUR PLACE '. Born Loser fl MADE A SPAGHETTI AND MEATBALL. SANCWICH WOULDN'T THINK OF IT -i CASWOOD/ CON'T VOU DARE 0RING THAT 0OWL IN HERE ANY SPAGHETTI AND MEATBALLS LEFT ? . _ . YES PI6KAFI0HT WITH A u

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