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"Veterans make their own fun." Mrs. Elsie Stapleton, budget expert, who recently toured the Graduate Schools on a survey of government financed education. declared yesterday. But what they need she warned was not entertainment or even budgeting. but a larger income to bolster their allotments already stretched thin by their large families.

Professional promoter of domestic harmony, Mrs. Stapleton was not criticizing either the "terribly good time" that GI couples have together at little expense. or their management of money. She was alarmed only at the rapidity at which they are expanding their families. They ought to get out more at night she explained.

Illustrating her point, the budgeteer recalled the difficulties of one pregnant young wife. hard pressed to meet hospital expenses from the $400 she had saved. She found, married life boro "no sacrifices." "We enjoy, if foe much."

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