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Published Sep. 26, 2005

Question: Where can I send get-well cards to Robert Urich (synovial sarcoma), Charles Schulz (colon cancer) and Jim Varney (lung cancer)?

Answer: Write to Urich in care of Baker Winokur Ryder Public Relations, 405 S. Beverly Drive, Fifth Floor, Beverly Hills, CA 90212l; Schulz at 1 Snoopy Place, Santa Rosa, CA 95403; and Varney in care of William W. Gibson, Wyatt Tarrant and Combs, 518 Union St., Nashville, TN 37219-1750.

Urich, who turned 53 on Dec. 19, said a year ago that he has a clean bill of health. Chemotherapy and radiation treatments were used to fight the rare soft-tissue cancer he was found to have in 1996.

Schulz, 77, was found to have cancer in November. He retired from drawming his Peanuts comic strip, ending new daily strips Jan. 3 and Sunday strips on Feb. 13.

Varney, 50, recently made public his illness. He had part of his right lung removed in September 1998 and has had radiation treatments.

Question: Whatever happened to Beverly Ann Archer who played Iola on Mama's Family?

Answer: Archer continues to act, working last year on the soap Young and the Restless and the film Walking to the Waterline.

After starring in the sitcoms Mama's Family and Major Dad from 1986 to 1993, the 51-year-old actor appeared in The Brady Bunch Movie and the TV films Project: ALF and Christmas Wish.

You can write to Archer in care of SBV, 145 S. Fairfax Ave., Suite 310, Los Angeles, CA 90036.

Question: Where can I purchase the Who Wants To Be A Millionaire game?

Answer: ABC is selling Millionaire T-shirts, caps, software and a book through the retailer What's Hot Now.

The Disney Interactive computer game sells for $19.99 and is available for Windows 95 and 98 users.

To order, call (888) 500-7776 or visit the Web site http:// www.whatshotnow. com/millionaire.

_ Times wires