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SSC—I'm between the sap and
the bar'.t. The boy I love and who
has asked me to marry him is act
ing rather stranaely. I heard that
he had a baby by another girl and
when I asked him about It, h„ den
ied It to me. Now I found out that
it wag really true. I saw the child
at his home and his mother told
me that the mother died when it
was born and this boy refuses to
do anything at all for the child.
Now should I marry a fellow who
will do nothing for his own son?
Let me know Immediately.
Ans: One as young as you should
not even think of getting married
as you are not old enough to as
sume the responsibilities that mar
riage demands. Never the less,
Single girls should choose their
friends from among the deglrabie
young men who are or will be e
ventually, good marriage pros
pects. I>o not be too hasty in con
demning this boy until you find
out the facts in his case. If he
prefers to continue keeping silent
on the matter, then that will be a
logical reason for you to fade oul
of the picture. You certainly dc
not want to marry anyone about
whom you have s° many misgiv.
RC_Recently 1 purchased a
home here in the North where I
have been for the past few years.
Would it be a good idea for me to
sell my home In the south and pay
the money I get from it on the
home I have here or continue pay
ing taxes there and trying to pay
off the notes on theone up here
Ans: There is every indication
that you intend to make your home
permanently there where you aro
so why not sell your other place
and clear up the indebtedness on
the new investment. You will
probably realize more gteady nion
ey from the old home now than you
ever will again. The rent you are
receiving from this place is barely
enough to off-set the taxes and ex
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VRR._I am writing concerning
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I am 30 years old and he says he Is
30. He is married and says he is
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in love with his wife yet he always
acts jealous over me. Now doe8 he
really lare for me or not? The
boys where he Is stationed says
that he told them that he was go
ing to marry me after the war.
Ans: An old, old story with the
same unhappy ending. He has told
you that he loves his wife, and he
is not going to divorce her and
marry you despite any rumor that
you may have heard. You were
nice company while he wag station
ed near you, but since he has been
shipped away, he has made no ef
fort to contact you. Leave well c
nough alone.. this was definitely a
Step in the wrong direction for you
There are plenty of single boys
who ave so much more to offer....
never become involved again with
a married man.
PLG.—Please put my problem in
the paper right away. I want you
to help me to decide what ig be$t
for me to do. I am a widow and
sometimes I feel that I need a hus
band. I am 87 and have a nice
friend 48. He has asked me more
times recently to marry him. I
believe he will make me a good
husband. But I have 3 children at
the age of 16, 14 and 12 and they
object to my getting married
They say I don't need a husband.
Please give me gome good advice.
Ang: Youngsters the ages of
your children are not mature e
nough to realize the loneliness that
exists in your life after once being
married. Neither are they cap
able of looking far enough ahead
to see that when they get grown
they will probably choose mateg of
their own thus leaving you alone.
If you sincerely feel that this par
ticular man in your life is the right
mate for you. the thing for ycu to
do is to see that he and the child
ren become better acquainted. If
lie can win their friendship and ad
miration then they wTould no ling,
er object to your marriage with
him. But if he can't win then, ov
er rest assured that a marriage
with him would prove most unsat
isfactory. You cannot take steps
to find happiness for yourself if it
jeopardizes the future of your child
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Two strong earthquakes were
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U. S. Congress has not decided the
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Mrs. Helen Durfield, wife of a
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12 persons were made unconscious
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from gas fumes.
Mrg. Franklin D. Roosevelt may
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19 person9 were killed in a plane
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Robert Frank Richmond of Tulsa
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25. there were eight million
unemployed and a uniform scale of
wages should be adopted.
A jewish candy store owner of
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