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

Salina, Kansas
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Saturday, February 1, 1986
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Fun The Salina Journal Saturday, February 1,1986 Page 21 Bo eyes 'contemporary' Western The Far Side Crossword By Eugene Sheffer Gossip By ROBIN ADAMS SLOAN '. King Features : Q. Since Bo Derek is such an expert horsewoman, can we expect to see ! her starring in a Western movie? — M.R. : ;1A. That's what she and husband John . tell me. The Dereks say they'll make a "contemporary" Western to star Up. The flick will supposedly come complete with a cattle drive. Al; though John says the financing for the film has been raised, I remain a bit skeptical. Mostly because of her temperamental husband, plus some : rotten movies he's directed, the ; Dereks aren't the hottest Hollywood one-two talent punch these days. So, don't hang by the thumbs until we get ! a chance to see Bo mouthing "they wentthataway" onscreen. Hot Seat, Red Face: A business exec was flying to Europe a while back when the movie "Bonnie and Clyde" appeared on the airplane's screen. When the chap leaned back to take a snooze instead of watching the flick, the woman seated beside him Tank McNamara Derek Dunaway gently inquired, "May I ask, how come you're not watching the movie?" "Because," was the reply, "I don't enjoy pictures which glorify gangsters." Turning to see more clearly the face of the person he was chatting with, the man suddenly realized that it was Faye Dunaway, the star of the movie, who played the lead role of Bonnie Parker! Q. I know President and Nancy Reagan always spend New Year's with Walter and Lee Annenberg in Palm Springs. Is the Anneberg home posh or just a little hideaway? — T.P. A. Lavish would be a better word. The estate, Sunnylands, has its own police force. The household dishes, glasses, towels, even the individual terry cloth robes and golf hats for guests all have the Sunnylands insignia. There is even a Sunnylands song book in which Lee Annenberg has all the lyrics of favorite sing- along songs printed so that when the close friends at this annual party get ready to sing together, as they often do, they have the words at hand. Hotel Ham: A handsome movie and TV leading man, known for projecting a polite public profile, was a recent guest at a chick Manhattan hotel. Pulling up in a limo, he was approached by a delivery service messenger bearing a large package, who asked him to sign for it. The star gestured for his driver to do the honors, indicating that he considers himself too lofty to bother with such mundane matters. Putting his head near the car window and then smiling in what resembled a widescreen closeup, he majestically waved the delivery man away, convinced that this grand gesture should somehow replace a tip. * * * Got a question? Write to Robin Adams Sloan at King Features Syndicate, Inc., 235 E. 45th St., New York, N.Y. 10017. i) 1986 Universal Press Syndicate Beached whale surprise ACROSS 1 Strips for breakfast 6 Prices 11 Mystic matters 12 Fly 14 Pancake base 15 Superior 16 Ab — (from the start) 17 Sap product 19 Afternoon break 20 Repair 22 Transgress 23 "Alice" diner 24 Kennel club concern 26 65-year- old, often 28 Postman's creed word 30 Sesame plant 31 Leopard like 35 Turkish bigwig 39 Brooders 40 Loony 42 Require 43 Before 44 Grand slam 46 NFL player 47 Bearing a grudge 49 Dairy counter buy 51 Forever 52 u Atten-hut!' undoer 53 Drench 54 Road race DOWN ILess cowardly 2 Play start 3 Hospital scanner 4 Rara avis 5 The nostrils 6 President's aides 7 Pizzeria fixture 8 Use a stool 31 "Coint' 9 Shred , Rack, 10 TV's "Remington —" 11 Nuclear weapon 13 Wipe clean 18 Madam'.s counterpart 21 Car mars 23 Italian city 25 Morse E 27 Lagniappe 29 Ruefulness Avg. solution time: 28 min. Ans. to yesterday's puzzle Little —" 32 Hazards 3,3 Boxing punch 34 Block 36 Of a dividing wall 37 Inquisition target 38 Worship 41 Block 44 Attention- getting calls 45 Actress Lee 48 Letter after sigma 50 — Aviv The Family Circus espio ? WHAT KTINJC? A 20 24 39 43 47 51 M 32 53 33 25 28 48 29 22 26 40 34 30 49 52 54 27 35 45 23 42 50 36 46 37 38 For Better or for Worse *£jj "Oh. Then what was my second first word?' 2-1 CRYPTOQUIP H XQEK PC IHAAZEK I HA, H'P EQNNC KQ EBC. HK HE B KQKZ-BXX XQEE Yesterday's Crytoquip: EBULLIENT HUNTER DID NOT LACK HOPE THAT THE BUCK STOPS HERE. Today's Cryptoquip clue: I equals B The Cryptoquip is a simple substitution cipher in which each letter used stands for another. If you think that X equals 0, it will equal 0 throughout the puzzle. Single letters, short words, and words using an apostrophe can give you clues to locating vowels. Solution is accomplished by trial and error. Me - THERE'S NO SUCHIFMG SLEEP INTHFTT MR.CHANTtR iSN'T S€eiNG . . . 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