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married or single, previous occupa
tion," state of health, etc. There must
be frequent and .rigorous physical ex
aminations and all facts must be tab
ulated, published and posted, where
they are easily accessible to the pub
lic. For, if the public is to be pro
tected, then, of course, it must be
thoroughly conversant with such
There has been some regulation of
segregated districts in the past, a
regulation which sacrificed and vic
timized the woken, for the comfort
and social security of the men who
patronized them, men who certainly
have been a greater menace to the
community than the inmates, as the
present alarming prevalence of ve
nereal disease easily proves.
Every inmate has many patrons.
We must protect ourselves against
these patrons as well.
They too must be registered. We
must know their names, ages, pre
vious occupation, nationality, wheth
er married or single, state of health,
etc. They must be frequently and
rigorously subject to most careful
physical examinations, and all facts
must be tabulated, published and
posted, where they are easily acces
sible to the public. Pair play, no dis
crimination in favor of sex, no "false
modesty" on the part of men. They
must stand out in the daylight willing
to be known as they are and be reg
ulated for the protection of the pub
lic, even as they demand regulation
for the protection of themselves.
JOHNSON TO TALK ON PHONES
Public and privately owned tele
phone systems will be compared at
the Sunday Morning club meeting in
the Oak theater, Western and Armi
tage avs., 11 a. m.f Sunday.
Morton L. Johnson, pres. Penny
Phone league, will be the speaker.
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DARROW ON "WAR IN EUROPE"
A talk on "The War in Europe." by.
Clarence Darrow is slated to be fol-.
lowed by an open discussion at the
People's Open- Forum, in the Church
of the Redeemer, Robey st. and War
ren av., next Sunday, 7:45 p. m.
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