Miscellany: Jun. 23, 1930

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"Summer Wife"

TIME, Inc. received, and rejected as an advertisement, the following want notice:

Summer Wife. Wanted: pleasant, decorous, middle-aged matron to manage my six-room apartment in Manhattan and comfort me June 15 to Sept. 30, while my wife is away on her needless summer vacation. Children no objections. Businessman (address deleted).

Judge

At Middletown, N. Y., Justice Joseph Morschauser of the New York Supreme Court refused to accept the guilty plea of Milton Young, 16, for stealing a motor car. Advised Justice Morschauser: "I won't make a thief of you. I want you...

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