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L. L. C.—I am coming to you
a problem that is of great con
cern to me. I am at tne present
and have been for some time back
in love with another man’s wife
1 can’t even notice another woman
(nor am I at myself at all unless 11
am in her company. She has me
completely under her spell. After
reading your columns I thought
that you could probably tell me
something to do as I am perfectly
miserable and she says she ma>
be able to get her freedom o we
can be as one.
Ans regardlless of how much
you apparently love the woman,
-he fact still remains that she's
married and belongs to another
man. There is no happy ending
for a romance under these con
ditions—someone is going to De
hurt and disillusioned and since
you are the logical one to with
draw, o so now before it is too
late. As long as you pamper your
self by seeing this woman, no girl
will be attractive to you. You
would never to. give youtself u
you talked the woman into get
ting a divorce. What she does of
her own accord is of no conse
quence to you but you won’t have
something on your conscience
which would be hard to remove.
Make friends with the single gir,s
and be determined that jou will
not w.’eck someone else’s home.
C. H. A.—I have been going w:'-T
a man for a long time and he said
he loved me more than anyone
else- He called me his number 1.
Well he saw me with a friend, no
thing more than a good friend, and
it upset him so much that he is
°cting queer now. My boyfriend
is funny I suppose. I am wonder.
mg .1 ne will ever love me as mucn
as he did?
Ans: It’s perfectly natural lo
a lover to get 'green eyed’ when
he sees his number one girl with
another man. But if he can’t be
reasonable and accept the facts,
then you must decide right now
if y ou would like to be married
to a man of this disposition. You
did not intentionally try to arouse
his jeolously—was merely passing
a litle time with the friend- Ex
plain your side of the story and
ii ne tai-s .see it as it actually
was, you had best not get too in
love with him.
I. V. D.—I met a boy in service
and we liked eoch other right iron,
the start. He is getting dischargee
and says he will he back withii
a week for me. I know that he
must care as he will do anythin!
for me at any time. Some of nr
friends are telling me now tha
maybe I should not marry hin
8g I have only known him since
last fall. Tell me what to do?
A.us: If you begin listening to
all tne idle chatter you hear, you
are in for a ssd life. You and
your boyfriend are most ccmpa
: tibie, you enjoy each others com
| pany, are interested in the same
1 v.migs in life and find each other
ver amusing. What else do you
rwant ? Shut your ears to out.si..
THE YANCEES_ _ By SPENCER MORGAN
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ders and let your heart lead you
in this case. ;
M. H S—I am in love with a
boy I met in September. He had
planned to leave before he met
me but after we met, he stayed
another week or so and then left.
Before he left, I heard some bad
reports about him and when he
asked had I heard anything about
him, I tord him yes. He told me
that he had planned to tell me
himself but wanted to wait until
later. He begged me to write him
when he left. I told him I would
if he would write me first but
he didn’t want to do this. So he ‘
has been gone quite some time
now and he hasn’t written a: d X
want to know if I should write
him first? His brother is telling
me now that he is married
Ans.That alone should be rea
son enough for you not to write
the fellow at all-—either answer,
his letters were he to write tp
you. You found him attractive
and charming but it is definitely
not true love. There is one factor
that you are overlooking—if this
young man were single and very
interested in you, he would not.
need* any coaxing at all to write
vou first, second or otherwise
Don’t worry your pretty head any
longer about this fallow—get out
and make new friends and be sure
they are single.
KISOW/ YOUR RACE
By Janies Y. Eaton
The answer to any question con
cerning colored /people may be
obtained by writing this column.
Mark first six questions as true
1. The Harmon awar,j is award
ed to members of only the color
2. Malnutrition, is mohe preva
lent among colored than among
white m USA
3. Father Divine has only colored
4. There are few members of the
Black Race in India.
5. In the Federal Civil Service,
white laborers are never assigned
rk under colored foreman.
6. The city with the largest Ne
gro population is New York.
7 Match correctly:—Wwight O
Holmes, Charles H. Wesley, Mor
decai W. Johnson
President Wilfcerforce U. (A)
President Howard U. (B )' Presi
dent Morgan State College (C)
8. Match correctly:—Fisk Uni
versity Morhouse College, Shaw
Raleigh. N. C- (A) Nashville,
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Tenn. (B) Atlanta, Ga. (C)
9. Tell: What crop so completely T
enslaved,' the southern economic |
system and the Negro that it was
given the title KING.
10. Tell: What Negro nation won
its independence b ywar against
the slave owners by the slaves.
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2. True *
4. False. There are 100 million
6- True. Figures apply to only
7. Dwight O. W Holmes (C)
Mordecd W. Johnson (B) Charles
H. Wesley (A)
8. Fisk U. (B) Morehouse Col
ege (C) Shaw University (A)
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