Miscellany, May 21, 1934


In The Nation, one L. C. Solen advertised as follows: "Expectant, unmarried mother, in need of temporary, quiet nice lome, nearby country. Able to pay minimum amount and assist with minor housework."

In a Halifax, N. S. newspaper appeared this advertisement: "If there exists in Halifax any house built since the War of 1812 and guaranteed free from pull-chain plumbing, children, dogs and unmuzzled radios, can its landlord supply warm sunny furnished room with kitchen privileges to sullen uncommunicative couple at $4.50 week?"


In San Rafael, Calif., locked in a telephone booth while...

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