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By J. R. William, OUR BOARDING .HOUSE
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IPretty Blonde Actress Busy
Being Mother Sans Husband
HOLLYWOOD 'LPI Joan
Caulfield was busy tbil week
learning to be a real-life bachelor
At home wilh her 2 weok-old,
son, Caulfield Kevis Ross, Joan's
life sounds like a soap opera. Her
divorce from producer Frank
Ross becomes final next April,
and the blonde actress faces a
future of raising a baby and work
ing In pictures simultaneously.
"I've done everything the hard
way this year," she sighed from a
divan in the guest house of the
old John Barrymore estate where
she now lives.
"In the past 12 months I've been
in an awful automobile wreck, got
a divorce, found out I was preg
nant, moved twice, and then had
serious physical complications aft
er the baby arrived.
"Worst of all my self-confidence
Joan admitted she Is on her own
lor me nrst lime in her life, ex
plaining her parents took care of
her before her marriage to Ross.
I ve grown up during the year,'
she said. "And it's a little on
frightening having to go it alone.
I won't try to be a mother and
father to little Kevin. It might
have been easier if I'd had a little
girl. I could have handled that.
Every child should have the bene
fit of two parents, and Frank is
free to visit the baby, any time
Joan denied rumors she and
Ross would reconcile, admitting,
however, they still were on friend
TV DtfiniUly Out
A veteran of two TV series. "My
Favorite Husband" and "Sally."
the pink-cheeked actress said she
never would consider another vid
"That's what broke up my mar
riage in the first place," she said.
"Frank and I both worked on
'Sally,' and we were just too much
in it. We took out all our frustra
tions on one-another.
' "I hope to be ready to return
to work in another two or three
weeks, if I can lose a couple of
inch es around my waist the baby
you know." she laughed.
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Pope John Observes 78th
Birthday, Asks World Peace
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131 Dick Clark IVrry Maaon Bonama
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1:4S " Texas Ra..allng Mldcenlury
S:00 "!' Top Movie" " Chrinllan Science
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:00 " "llrave Stallion
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4:00 Paul Wlnchell Home Town Itlchard Diamond
4:30 Broken Arrow Wash. State Story World Ser. of Golf
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5:00 Art Carney News Commentary
5:30 - O. K. College Bowl Weeka Beat Atovii
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6:00 20th Cent, l'reaenta Small World
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7:00 Colt 45 Laaale Itiverboat
7:30 Marerlck Dennta the Menace "
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S 00 " Kd Sullivan Sunday Showcase
8:30 Lawman " "
9:00 The Rebel O.K. Theater Chevy Show
9:30 The Alaakana Alfred Hitchcock
10:00 " Javk Uenny Loretta. Voung
10:30 World of Talent What's My Line Take a Good Look
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11:00 Channel 2 Theatre Sun. N'ewa Feature Late Morle
11:15 4 Moat Feature
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By PHIL NEWSOM
UPI Foreign Editor
man - of - the week:
The place: Vatican City.
The event: His 78th birthday.
"Look at the people, listen to
but peace ... but
Pope John observed his birth-
lay this week i Wednesday, Nov.
251, his eyes firmly fixed on the
future and two major objectives.
As one of the world's great moral
leaders, one objective is world
It will be the top subject when
President Eisenhower calls upon
him next month.
As spiritual leader of more
than 500 million Roman Catholics,
his second objective is a reunion
of the Roman church with the
Orthodox churches of the East,
and to win back other Christian
groups now separated from
Calls Ecumenical Council
i To this end he has called an
Ecumenical Council, a meeting of
all the world's Catholic church
leaders. No exact date for the
council has been set but it will
be the first in around 90 years.
It is among the highest of all
It was last month that Pope
John rounded out the first busy
year of his reign, a year which
effectively killed the belief he
would be an "interim" Pope
whose accomplishments generally
would be limited to a consolida
tion period after Pope Pius XII
out even more than his ac
complishments, the Pope's own
personality has seized the imagi
nation even of those outside his
This rotund peasant's son dem
onstrated early his genuine fond
ncss for people and his impati
ence with tradition.
In the last year, the Pontiff
has made some 40 visits outside
the Vatican, one to the Rome
Speaks Against Communism
Exalted, titled and humble
have encountered the earthy
warmth of Pope John in the last
He has received the Shah of
Iran. King Hussein of Jordan, the
king and queen of Greece ana
Princess Margaret of Britain. He
also has seen the sick and blind
in Rome, and exchangod the time
of day with street cleaners.
The sweep of his interests has
included languages... so that at
77 he began learning to speak
But while even the Commu
nists have found it AtUIicult to
attack this new leader, he has
demonstrated that for him there
will be no compromise with Communism.
He told Catholics throughout
the world they could not remain
good Catholics if they cast their
ballots for politicians or parties
which cooperate with the Reds.
Back From Confab
Four L'nion County officials
have returned from the recent
state-wide meetings of the con
vention of county court officials
held at Salem. ' '
They were Judge C. K. McCor
mick. commissioners Ray C. Baum
and H. J. Speckhart and Union
County treasurer Mrs. Hunger
ford. Appointments included Baum,
a member of the national associa
tion of county officials, to the
Judge D. R. Cook of Umatilla
County, was elected president of
the state group at the' 'confab.
Answer to Previous Puzzle
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11:00 ' Love of Life Truth or Conneq.
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4:30 Popeye Edge of Night
4:45 " Palnt-O-Pcf
100 " Ramar Fire O'clock Movl.
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29 Goes wrong
33 WQtien shoe
43 Greek athlete
23 Peace goddess 46 Primitive
24 French verb 47 UnMeached
25 Salver 48 OWifcation
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