Foreign News Notes, Dec. 10, 1923

A. A. Medlenko, editor of the Vladivostok Daily News and formerly an officer in the U. S. Expeditionary Force, was expelled from Russia by the authorities for maintaining relations with counterrevolutionaries. He had been imprisoned with Koreans and Chinese since early September.

At a meeting of the Moscow Soviet, prostitution was recognized as a legitimate profession. Public women are hereafter to claim politeness from the police. M. Semashko, Soviet Health Commissioner, said that increased prostitution was the result of Russia's present economic policy and that it would be unfair to persecute women for...

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