Postmaster General v. Hamilton. (CA DC.) Postmaster obtained injunction
prohibiting Def.-film dealer from sending thru U. S. mails 14 films found "obscene
and objectionable" and advertising re films. On appeal, Def. claimed P. O. was
interfering with all his business mail. Sept. 1958: CA DC restrained Post Office
Dep't. from carrying out its order permitting interception of Def's. mail other than that
re 14 films, enjoined Def. from attempting to mail films or ads re films or trying
to collect money for films thru mails.
"Playboy" v. Postmaster General, (CA DC.)*
||Hamilton v. Summerfield, et al. (formerly listed as Postmaster
General v. Hamilton.) (CA DC, #14,452.) For facts, see IV DOCKET 2. Dec. 9, 1958: CA refused
to moot case; remanded to DC for disposition on merits with instructions to enjoin Post
Office from withholding mail from Def. unless matters first subject of administrative
proceeding in Post Office and held a violation.
John Silard, Esq., 1631 K
St., NW, Washington, D. C.