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10 GIRLS START WAR'S ON AUTO INVITATION
Form Antiflirt Club to Combat Would-Be Hosts of Feminine Pedestrians. HAVE 'DECALOGUE' FOR GUIDE Winking, Ogling and Kindred Pastimes Banned--Planning 'Week' to Promote Movement, Plans for Antifirt Week. Club Prescribes Has Ten Charter Members.
The Washington Post (1923-1954) - Washington, D.C.
Date: Feb 28, 1923
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Pages: 1

Too many motorists here are taking advantage of the precedent established during the war by offering to take young lady pedestrians in their cars, Miss Helen Brown 639 long-fellow street, declared yesterday. With a view to combating this condition Miss Brown has been one of the principal workers in the organization of the Antitlirt club, Organized with ton members.

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