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The Question' AS AN OCCASION for sending greeting cards, Valentine’s Day is second only to Christmas. During the next eight days, the National Association of Greeting Card Manu facturers estimates, approximately 300,000,000 valentines will be ex changed, equaling last year’s mark. For this February 14, as in the past, there is a wide choice of traditional valentine creations, luxurious with satin, rhinestones, ribbons and lacy trimmings. But the number of cards that “pop the question’’ in a light hearted way. mixing chuckles with heart-throbs, is on the increase. Pub lishers say that is because more men are sending valentines. While “Sweetheart” valentines are ' still in the majority, there has been a steady increase in the use of “Hus band" and “Wife” designs. There are hundreds of special cards, too. for parents, brothers, sisters, teachers and “just good friends." - 1 The difficulty about this particular "flome" is thot it isn't covered by fire insurance. t-'$, "YouVt os door os you con b«" is who! this ono gets oround to saying. A cord for "the best of mother*.''