The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on October 7, 1971 · Page 28
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Half Million Americans DonH Want Smut Mail (C) 1971 Washinfllon Star WASHINGTON - A half-million people, acting under a new law, have formally notified the postal service since Feb. 1 that they don't want to receive "sexually oriented" material in the mail. Under the law, their names go on a list that smut dealers can buy for $5,000 a year. If anyone who doesn't want sex material receives any a month after his name goes on the list, the dealer who mailed it can be fined and or imprisoned. Postal officials said they had never seen such a strong reaction from the public. "For half a million people in less than a year to go to the trouble of completing the form and sending it in is an indication that this material is bothering and concerning many families," said assistant postmaster general William Cotter, who heads the postal inspection service. Cotter pointed out that the total is nearly twice the record Reservation A Good Source WINDOW ROCK, Ariz. (AP) — Raw materials found on the huge Navajo Reservation in elude coal, oil, gold, silver, copper, vanadium, uranium, cement, limestone, clay and gypsum. The Navajo Forest Products Industries produces about 40 million board feet of lumber annually for commercial use. There are 472,716 acres of commercial timber on the reservation. number of complaints about smut received by t h e postal inspection service, 284,266 in fiscal 1970. Complaints decreased in fiscal 1971 to 168,391, which Cotter attributes to the new law, t h e earlier antipandering statute and the fact that almost all the big dealers now are un der indictment. THE FAMILY CIRCUS "I not here —I with Daddy i" Mf4iii has the winning combination... MM and mm U Go To All REG. $4.99 STRETCH BOOTS LADIES' 5-10. (over-the-knee) 1199 LADIES' 5-10. A Lot of Fashion For less Than $3! • L CheoM from Stack Crinkle or Antique Brown with candy IKM and popular sandwich Mies. LADIES' 4jf -10. MTa.illiead Trim for Fafcttadfarf and Te«Vs4i -10. REG. $3.97 GIRL'S CRINKLE STRAP A real favorite with little airls who wear sites t |-3 Three colors. 2 88 SAVE $1.09 TMS WEEK ONLY I 19 88 'FuR* grain leather uppers. •Leather soles and lining, •am 6|-12 Hutchinson • Great Bend 3 S. Adams 252610th Ave. Hutchinson News Thursday, Oct. 7. 1971 Page » Hart's IGA Prices Oct. Good: Thurs., lh ™ Fri. ° e 7/9-Oz. Each 7/9-Oz. Each 85' 95' U.S.D.A. Choice P.S. Hone-In CLUB STEAK U.S.D.A. Choice P.S. BONELESS CLUB STEAK U.S.D.A. Choice P.S. Boncln $4 *119 BONELESS K.C. STRIP STEAK 2 U.S.D.A. Choice P.S. Bone-In Cudahy Bar-S RIB STEAK Lb $1 29 BRAUNSWEIGER L , 48* EVERYDAY VALUE PRICES Cudahy Bar-S SLICED BACON Lb Fresh Grade A OOt Taste-O-Sea Breaded Fully Cooked WHOLE FRYERS Lb. 30 FISH CAKES 69* u 49* Good Value Brand COt SLICED BACON Lb. DT Breaded Ready To Cook 18-Oz. QA# RANDY PATTIES Pkg. OT* UCE 100 Lb. Sack Red YELLOW ONIONS 50-Lb.; Sack >49 TOKAY OR SEEDLESS GRAPES 4-lbs.$1.00 Colorado Va-Bu. $S| 79 8-Lb. JONATHAN APPLES 20 Lb. I Bag Carrots '"Bag 10' Tomatoes Cabbage Lb Asst. Flavors ROYAL GELATIN 30z. Boxes Budweiser Beer 12-Oz. Cans 6-Pak Ctn. Jlershey's Instant COCOA MIX Welch's GRAPE JELLY Good Value Chili Hot, Pinto or .too Cain Asst. or White Northern BATH TISSUE A T if Pkg. Van Camp 's PORK a N BEANS 300 Cans Green Giant Kitchen Sliced GREEN BEANS Kellogg's 303 Cans Asst. Colors Kleenex FACIAL TISSUES $ 1 Boxes CORN FLAKES Starfcist Chunk LIGHT TUNA 12-Oz. Box % Flat Can IMMFOODS Good Value MARGARINE 5 at $ 1.00 TV Homestyle or BUTTERMILK BISCUITS Armstrong • ^•>RP Asst. I *e^ C Flavors CREAM 8-Oz. $' Tubes w TV Frozen STRAWBERRIES 16-Oz. Pkg. TV Frozen ORANGE JUICE TV Mixed Vet. PEAS or CORN 6-Oz. Cans 10-Oz. Pkgs. Ws reserve the right to limit quantities Stort Hours Mon.-Sat 8 A.M. Til 10 P.M. Sunday 8 A.M. Til 0 P.M. "The Friendly People"

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