Viginia A Yedding porn charge 12 june 1970

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Viginia A Yedding porn charge 12 june 1970 - Friday, June 12, 1970 Obscene mail charge fee...
Friday, June 12, 1970 Obscene mail charge fee holds 7 in L*A. Postal inspectors yesterday arrested seven persons in California who had been charged by a Phoenix federal grand •• jury in Phoenix Tuesday on 49 counts of mailing obscene materials. Norman Arno, 32, of Los Angeles, was named in all five of the indictments returned, The others charged are: Edward Gordon, -56, Anthony J. Larosa, 53, Mrs. Clara Ordookhanian, 39, Mrs. Joann Webb, 30, Mrs. Virginia A. Yed> > ding, 33, and Kirk Housepian, 45. Larosa lives in Beverly Hills. The others are residents of Los Angeles. The indictments charge that Arno and the others used the names of nine different business firms to mall' "obscene, lewd, lascivious, indecent, filthy and vile" advertisements, movies, magazines, playing cards and other such items. One indictment charges, Arno and Gordon on 27 counts of mailing to Arizona residents advertisements for a book titled "Illustrated History of Pornography" as well as movies titled "Tri-Sex," and "The Love Kiss, Part I." Arno and Gordon are charged with doing business under the names of Beneficial Sales, Security Sales Co., C arid A Sales, N and A, and Social. Arno, Larosa and Mrs. Ordookhanian, who allegedly did business as Bruin Sales, are charged on one count of mailing obscene films, playing cards and advertisements. Arno, Gordon, and Mrs. Webb, doing business under the name of J. Webb Co., are charged on nine counts of mailing both advertisements and obscene magazines. Arno and Mrs. Yedding, who did business as Twilight Press, are charged on six counts of mailing advertisements for obscene materials. Arno, Gordon and Housepian, doing business as Art Film Distributors, are charged on five counts of advertisement for obscene materials. The indictments follow a recent Supreme Court ruling upholding constitutionality of a law that permits an individual to file a form with the Post Office to be sent, to the business firm, ordering the firm to stop mailing similar materials to the address listed. The firms involved in the Supreme Court decision, which are not among those listed in the Phoenix indictments, argued that since the envelopes contain a notation warning minors not to open that particular piece of mail, the law under which they were convicted was unconstitutional.

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  1. Arizona Republic,
  2. 12 Jun 1970, Fri,
  3. Page 46

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