A Woman's Choice

For four days Mrs. Helen Zuhars Goad MacDowell pondered a question that few women have ever had to decide: which of her two husbands did she want most? Her dilemma stemmed from the fact that the Japanese had held her first husband, Army Air Forces Lieut. Harold Goad, a prisoner without notifying the U.S. He had been listed as missing in action for a year after his bomber exploded over Burma. Last fall, the War Depart ment officially pronounced him dead, and two months later Mrs. Goad was married to Ensign Robert A. MacDowell, U.S.N.R.

Then, a fortnight ago, at...

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