As connoisseurs of human frailty, San Francisco's cops were not surprised to find that morals deteriorate in wartime. Last week they found another instance. In a raid on a house run by one Inez Burns they found three operating rooms equipped for abortions, and plenty of evidence that the establishment plied a rushing business. The day after they raided the place, 15 women telephoned for appointments. A little later they discovered an even more startling item—a cache of $285,000 which Inez Burns had accumulated since 1940.


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