The Racine Journal-Times Sunday Bulletin from Racine, Wisconsin on July 4, 1965 · Page 49
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The Racine Journal-Times Sunday Bulletin from Racine, Wisconsin · Page 49

Racine, Wisconsin
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Sunday, July 4, 1965
Page 49
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B.C. By JoKnny Hart BUGS BUNNY The Famous Rabbit WE SPAN OF CM\LP-5EAR\NJ6 ROMANCE THRWES OM IMTIIWACV/ TRUE O FM5E • Fall*, ju(t th* opposits if tru». Prof. Robert O. Blood, Jr. tayt that romance i> intompotible with lexuol freedom. The ter)dency it for the fellow's interest to wane at the end of the chate. Once the couple hot gone the limit, their romantic interest in each other subsides. After marriage, there are other bonds to hold them together; before mor- rioge, intimacy can burst thf romantic bubble. ARETEEK >^6EgSWILU^i6T0 SAVE EORTHEIR OWN COLLEGE COSTS? VESQ HOD I Yes. A nation-wide study eon- ducted by the University of Pittsburgh finds that among high school students taking a college-oriented course, nearly tw»*lhlrds are saving for ifieir future college expenset. College Is important to the young men and women of tomorrow and, if they see a chance of going dt all, they willingly save their money to I help moke it peuible. WHV DOESAs c;^\^^\^i^L RETURti TO me SCE ^4E Of U\S CRWAE ? VOUR OPIM^ON D In the first place, we know of no statistics that prove he does. We would expect that, if true, it would likely be more true of crimes of posslon rother thon CTJmes for profit. H thjl^wime was Committed to sdfiffy eome emotional nefd, th» tOfiHnwod satisfaction of such a need mifhr recfuire his returning to where the crime WW originally commitM^

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