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Mourning Beetle 

How sad it is that our society has become so narrow-minded that they cannot enjoy a clean cartoon [Hot Type, July 26], yet the dirty ones are allowed in every venue. I am a 67-year-old woman, and it thrills me no end to have a man look at me and cartoons depict everyday life. Pretty soon we will have to ask someone what news we can read.

Rosetta Fuller

Conroe, Texas

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