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THE ABBE' WALLACE SERVICE
P. 0. Box II. Atlanta 1, Georgia
L. J. L.—I am a married man and have
been with my wife three years. We have
two kids and she says she love3 me but we
just can’t get along. Do you think I should
leave her or still try to stay for the sake
of the kids?
Ans: The welfare of these kids should
come before any thoughts of persona! hap
piness for you and your w:fe. One parent
cannot do the job as well as two and the
obligation belongs to both rf you. Your
wife loves you and you love
her and there is no reason in the world
why you two can’t be big enough to over
look all differences and be contented.
Your wife practically has two babies to
care for and herr attention has to be
divided between you three. She cannot
show you the undivided devotion that she
did during the early part of your marriage
But if you were to share part 01 this
responsibility, it would give your wife
more time to spend with you and youi
constant association with your family
would bring you closer to them. When .
the children get a little older your wife i
will be in a position to take more inter- I
est in the activities that interest you. A*
for right now, appreciate her being the
devoted mother and wife that she is.
M. C.—I have a real good job. My
problem concerns one of my employers.
Every time pass him in the office he
pulls me in a close place and kisses me
and says “I care fore you”. Now please
tell me what to do?
Ans: Familiairity between employer
and employee, especially .When one is
married is disastrous. If you cannot break
this relationship in a tactful manner, it
is best that you seek other employment.
When you accepted the job you agreed to
give your best services in the interests of
the company, but not your love and affec-|
tion thrown in to boot. Steer clear of the j
C. G.—I wonder if I should quit be
lieving in my boy friend and begin be
lieving what others say. He tells me that
he loves me to my face but when he gets
behind my back it’s always someone else.
Other people say he doesn’t love me. But
when he makes a date with me he is al
ways there. He says I can depend on him
for a husband. What must I do?
Ans: Actions speak louder than any
words—If he spends the greater part of
this time with you, you can rest assured
that he is interested in some extent. But
as for taking him seriously, this means
that you should never do, until he de
clares his love for you and wants to an
nounce it openly. If he persists in mak
ing dates with other girls, you should do
P. J,—I am 20 years old and a col
lege graduate. My problem is this: I
can’t even attract boys older than myself
They’re always two or three years young
er than I. The younger boys usually fall
in love with me immediately. The older
boys call me “angel face” and treat me
like a child, don’t smoke or drink. Why
can’t I meet older boys who want a girl
who hasn’t been around. I am sick of
being called a sweet kid and treated like
a sister, by the ones I really want to
attract. Am I too old-iashioned? Please
tell me what to do?
Ans: Stay just as sweet and whole
JACK DAVIS By TED WATSON'
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some as you are—up until lately your
studies have been your main interests and
you have made an enviable scholastic re
cord there at your school. You are regard
ed there at your college as a sweet kid
and a dependable friend, which is much
better than being regarded as strictly wolf
bait. You have djtes enough to keep you
popular and to give you a well-rounded
social life there on the campus, so do not
worry too much about the older boys who
courses you are taking are fitting you for
a career, in which you will be able to
meet many interesting people, both mas
culine and feminine and you need not
worry for romance will surely come your
way. Keep your record up to par—forget
your worries and be glad you are one girl
who made the most of a chance at col
KNOW YOUR RACE
By Janies Y. Eaton
The answer to any question of fact
concerning colored people may be ob
tained by writing this column.
Mark first six statements as true or
1. The Negro is an exceptionally good 1
customer in the Chemical roduct field
(This includes hair preparations ).
2. The novel “Uncle Tom’s Cabin”,
aroused much anti-slavery sentiment.
3. The Bible nowhere states that the
world was once of one language and
5. Colored colleges tend to degener
ate when colored presidents succeed
6. The city with the largest number
of colored colleges is Atlanta, Ga.
7. Match correctly:—Ishmael, Simon
of Cyrene, Ham
Son of Hagar, (A ) Alleged progen
itor of the dark races (B ) Bearer of
the cross of Christ (C)
8. Match correctly: Hati, Ethiopia,
West Indies, (A) West Africa (B)
Northeast Africa (C )
9. Tell why Mariam, the sister of Mo
ses, was afflicted with leprosy?
10. Tell why buildings at colored
collegi a are usually built by white
ANSWERS TO KNOW' YOUR RACE
2. True ' !
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\eah, this is what he gave me for being a good little
DO’S AMD DOMT’S:
Veterans take advantage of the opportunities offered
you by the G. I. Bill of Rights. It’s duo you—claim what’s
BY LOUIS RICHARD
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Ur HI EMINENT SOCIOLOGIST AND
<; 1 DIRECTOR OF THE DEPARTMENT
OP SOCIAL SCIENCES AT FISK UNIVC
WAS DORN IN BRISTOL,VA.HE
RECEIVED HIS A.B.FROM VIRGINIA
UNION IN 191? AND LITT.D.IN1SZ8;
PH-D. FROM THE U OF CHICAGO IN
191ft; LHD-FROM HOWARD U.IN
HE WAS THE FOUNDER AND
FIRST EDITOR OF THE OPPORTUNITY
MAGAZINE THE OFFICIAL ORGANOF
THE MATt URBAN LEAGUE.
IN 1930 HE WAS AWARDED THE I
WILLIAM E.HARMON GOLD MEDAL FOR '
AMONG NEGROES IN SCIMCE. H*
Gs THE FIRST NEGRO WOMAN TO BE.
1 ELECTED TO THE HOUSE OF REPRE
SENTATIVES IN PENNSYLVANIA IN 1958.
SHE WAS CITED BY GOVERNOR GEORGE
H EARLE IN 1959 WHIN SHE RECEIVED THE
MERITORIOUS SERVICE MEDAL OF THE COMMON
WEALTH OF PEHN. REARED IN BOSTON,MASS, MRS.
OF TEACHERS COLIES^COL U. j
3. False Genesis, 11:1
5. False. A survey of such schools
shows the opposite
7. Ishmel (A) Simon of Cyrene (C)
Ham (B )
8. Hati (A) Ethiopia (C ) Liberia
9. For hating her Ethiopian sister-in
law. Nura. 12.
10. White contractors are usually Is'
to meet the requirements.
By H. W. Smith
Waiters at the Omaha Club with
Capt. Earl Jones topping the service
at all times.
Regis Hotel and White Horse Inn
waiters always out in front on service.
Waiters at the Hill Hotel are really
on the ball now.
Fontenelle Hotel waiters on the im
proving line and going fine. I
Blackstone waiters right in there on
Musician head-waiter and the up
and go crew at the Omaha Chamber
of Commerce always out in front on
Paxton Hotel headwaiter and his
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We Haul & Move
crew very much on the"j
Mr. Frank Hughes and Mr. Cab
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the Highland Club.
The Railroad Boy9 are ’bout rough
enough on the wheels with the hash.
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7. Thorough yet Gentle in Ellect.
3. No Unpleasant Alter-ellects.
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• LEGAL NOTICE
Omaha Guide 3t begin May 4 1946
ending Mav 18. 1946
H. J. PINKETT. ATTY
NOTICE OF HEARING FOR
In the County Court of Douglas
Rook 66. Page 269.
IN THE MATTER OF THE ES
TATE OF BELZORA COLLINS, De
The State of Nebraska, To All Part
ies Interested: Notice is hereby giver*
that application has been made to this
Court for granting of administration
of said estate to Lucille Gordon.
Hearing will be had thereon in this
Court on May 29th. 1946. at 9 o’clock
A. M., at which time and place you
may appear and eentest the same.
ROBERT R. TROVER,
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Anyone or all of the following
Houses, 1604-1606 - 1608 North
29th street. All completely mod
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cept a Good Used Car as Down
JOHN GUSPER & SON
2312 N’ St., MA, 5490.
+ AUTOS WANTED!
SELL VS YOUR CAR
• We will come to your home.
Fred King Motors
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Complete Line—Paint Hardware
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