CORRUPTION: A Woman's Turn

Twelve years ago when she became the first woman magistrate in New York City, Jean Norris was 42 and a "fine figure of a woman." Life, for her, promised exceed ingly well. She had Health and great vitality. Her salary was, by comparison with most career-women, high—$7,000.

She could look forward to the attentions which would be given to all the first-women-this-or-that. And she was no fool.

Until this year, life generously fulfilled its promise. If not famed. Jean Norris had become near-famed. She was smartly gowned. She had some friends on Park Avenue...

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