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THE ABBE' WALLACE SERVICE
P. O. Box 11, Atlanta, Georgia
J,. B. T' I am a young lady 33
years of age and married to a man I
37. He and I were sweethearts |
for years. We married two years
ago. tie had his own home and
we get along along sweet together
I love my husband and I believe h (
loves me but his people and I can’t
get along. Our home is located
Detween his mother's home an.. ;
his brother’s home. There is ai- i
ways a big argument between me
and my in-laws. What would you
do if you were me, leave your hus
band on this account or stay with
him and be unhappy ?
Ans: Leaving your husband
would cause you more heartaches
and misery than living there un
der present conditions. You love
your husband and he loves you.
Isn’t your love for him great e
nough for you to make allowances
for any little peculiarities of his
family? Your one and only prob
lem is his family and you could
ease this tension if you went a
jout it with determination. Avoid
anything that would cause friction
between you and his family.
never argue any point, never crit
icize or express your opinion about
his folks and never take offense
to anything that they might say
regarding you’ or your husband.
Praise them at every opportunity,
be congenial and friendly at all
times and once you prove to them
that you are making your husband
happy and that he loves you, they
will accept you as a cherished
member of the family.
M. L_I am writing you about j
my friend,. We have been on bad
terms for a long time and I have
been trying to quit him. He in
forms me that he won’t stand for
my quitting. Now I am through
with nim but I am afraid to quit
as long as he acts like he is now.
What must I do?
Ans: He’s determined to have
you at any cost,. And he may be
foolish enough to carry out his
threats if you are not careful. The
better way to handle a situation
of this kind is to make a change
of cities without anyone knowing
of youhr intentions,. You have no
ties were you are located and it
shouldn’t be too dificult for you to
get new employment.
B. N_I’m just a lonely chick of
18 and there are two cats on my
trail. Both of them definitely.
want me as their one and only but
I want to play around awhile Ion-1
ger. I couldn’t stand the thoughts \
of losing out in the end. They
are above the average, smart, vet
erans and are now established,
what am I to do?
Ans: At your age, you ought to
play awhile longer before choosing
your mate. In ordinary times you
would have had a chance to assoc
iate with numbers of young men
and had your fling at life, but war
time has prevented many girls
from this normal proceedure. Con
tinue on with both the young men.
When you are able to determine
which one of these young men you
love and want to share your life
with, you will be ready to settle
H. J—I married a man who had
been married twice. He was div
orced from his first wife but not
the second which I didn’t know a
bout. He begged me to marry
him which I did, after a week’s
marriage he told me he didn’t
nave a divorce from his second
wife. I told him it was best that
I have our marriage annulled but
I love him and he begged me to
wait. He had to go in service and
he did get his divorce from the
second wife. Now he is begging
me to wait on him until he returns j
so that we can marry legally. He
sends me money every month and
seems very much in love with me.
What must I do?
Ans: Wait on him. He made a
mistake it is true by not letting
you know the facts as they were,
but he obtained his divorce as
soon as it was possible to do so.
Now, he wants very much to mar
ry you as sooon as it is possible
for him to arrange it. You love
the man very very much and he
loves you. Arrange to be married
legally when he gets his next leave
“STRANGE" NO NEGROES
WON MEDAL OF HONOR
SAYS CRISIS EDITOR
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ident Truman has awarded the j
Congressional Medal of Honor ^
"literally in batches” to whit* he- ,
roes of the war, The Crisis maga
7;.ne remarks editorially that it
seems “strange to Negro Americ
ans” that not one out of nearly a
million of their men ;n the servic-;
es should have won the nation’s
highest honor. The editorial in
the December issue entitled, "Not
One Out of a Million,” follows:
‘ Brave white heroes in our arm
ed services have been awarded the
nation's highest decoration, the
Congressional Medal of Honor,
literally in batches by President
Truman. The Crisis would net
take one ounce of credit from
these men whose citations suggest
that the honor they have won,
high as it is. is not adequate
thanks for their sacrifices and
heroism. Yet it does se“in strange
to Negro Americans that out of
the nearly one million cf their men
in the armed services not one
should have performed in such a
manner as to be cited for the Con
gressional Medal of Hon :*
New York—Nominations are
open for the 31st Springarn Medal
is was announced today in the
NAACP national office. The medal'
is given annually for the highest j
or noblest achievement by an Am- j
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* Legal Notices
Omaha Guide, 3t bg Dec. 8
ending Dec. 22
Edward J. Dugan, Atty.
Bk. 65, P. 457
In the matter of the Estate of
GERALD M. BOWDEN, deceased.
Notice is Hereby Given: That
the creditors of said deceased will
meet the Administratrix of said
estate, before me, County Judge
of Douglas County, Nebraska, at
the County Court Room, in said
County, on the 1st day of Febr
uary, 1946 and on the 1st day of
April, 1946, at 9 o’clock A. M.,
each day, for the purpose of pre
senting their claims for examin
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from the 31st day of December,
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