HARRY ANSLINGER'S GORE – GEORGIA
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Name: Carl Bryan - Location: - Atlanta, Georgia - Date: - Aug 24, 1934
What the Narc’s were claimingNEWSPAPER ACCOUNTS:
[S]- Aug. 24, 1934 p1 - FACES DREAM CIGARETTE CHARGE
[S]- Aug. 24, 1934 p1 - SMASH DOPE CIGARETTE RING
[S]- 1934-08-24 P10 - “Marijuana Weed, Narcotic Plant, Seized in Marietta Street Raid”
[S]- Aug 25, 1934 p1 - Informer in Marijuana Raid Here Saved From Angry Mob of Addicts”
[S]- Aug 26, 1934 p1A - “Dope Informant Again Threatened” J.D. Nobles Plans to leave City After Second Attack in Two Nights”
[S]- Sep. 2, 1934 p14A - “Raiser of Marijuana Is Granted Freedom”
[S]- Oct 27, 1934 p6 - “Seller of Marijuana Is Given Year on Gang”
WHAT THE NEWSPAPERS HAD TO SAY:
SMASH DOPE CIGARETTE RING
“2 HEAD AS DRUG VENDORS;
YOUTH PAWNS ONLY SHOES TO BUY WEED HE CRAVES “
Narcotic Weed Found Growing in Yard of Suspects After Several buys made by Agent, in Charge
Revelation of a wide-spread traffic in the dangerous habit-forming marihuana weed in Atlanta came Friday with the arrest of two men made the starling discovery that the narcotic plant was being cultivated here.
After a week’s investigation, a combined force of federal narcotic agents, state drug inspectors and city detectives arrested: J.L. Criner, 38, of 683 Marietta Street, known as Atlanta’s Hot Tamale Man, a vendor of tamales from a pushcart.
Louis Ambus, 47-year-old Mexican, wholesale manufacturer of hot tamales, for whom Criner worked.
The men are being held under blanket charges of suspicion pending further investigation and the naming of specific charges against them in connection with the drug.
Officers uncovered patches of the marijuana weed in living state in the rear of the homes of the two men, the value of the growing weed being placed at $2,000 by the agents.
Confiscation of a number of cigarettes made up of the cured weed and several hundred dollars’ worth of the dried drug was also announced by the officers.
Criner, officers said, vended the marihuana cigarettes from his pushcart at two for 25 cents, and his patrons numbered by the score in the downtown areas he covered each day.
When smoked, the powerful narcotic weed, known in India for centuries with the botanical name of cannibis(sic) indica, affects the human being like cocaine agents said.
This is the first instance of the weed being successfully grown in Atlanta, agents said.
The weed was found growing behind the Marietta Street residences of Criner and Ambus in plots of cultivated soil about 12 by 16 feet, each patch consisting of from 12 to 20 stalks ranging in height from 4 to 12 feet.
The stalks are erect, branching, with angular stems, the leaves a bright green which, dried into tobacco form, takes on a brownish-green appearance with a pungent odor.
The weed produces a peculiar delirium accompanied with exaltation of the imaginative faculties, a remarkable sense of the loss of time, and place the victim in an attitude of mind where he will venture almost anything, many times producing violence, officers said.
A recent instance of a user of the Marihuana weed in Tampa, Fla., who slew his mother, father and three brothers and sister, the entire family, while in a mari- (Continued on Page 5, Col. 4) huana-produced delirium, was instanced by officers.
The investigation and raid were instituted by Dr. W.S. Elkin, Jr., chief drug inspector of the State of Georgia, who was informed of the peddling of the marijuana cigarettes on the streets of Atlanta.
“J. D. Nobles, of Lenox, Ga., came to my office about ten days ago and told me of his experience in smoking the marijuana cigarettes which he said he had bought from a pushcart vender of hot tamales,” Dr. Elkin said.
“He told me: ‘For the sake of humanity, do something to stamp out this habit which is increasing among young people of the city.”
Elkin said that Nobles brought to his office an 18-year-old boy, Carl Bryan, of Woodbury, Tenn., who had pawned his only shoes to obtain money to satisfy his craving for the weed. Calling on the federal narcotic agents for assistance, Dr. Elkin said he proceeded to investigate the charges against the hot tamale vendor.
There is no federal law under which prosecution could be instituted, as the investigation was carried on from the standpoint of a violation of the state’s pure food and drug act.
John W. Crozier, federal narcotic agent, posing as a marijuana dealer named “Lefty” from Tampa, Fla., made three “buys” of weed from Crozier, he says.
Tuesday he bought a $1 sack of the dried weed, Wednesday he bought eight cigarettes for $1, and 50 cents’ worth of the weed prepared for ready rolling, and Thursday he purchased another #1 batch, He said.
Crozier said that he questioned Criner as to whether he could furnish him with the stuff in quantity lots. It was then that Criner took him to see the patch behind his home on Marietta Street, Crozier said.
“I’m going to show you something no one else in Atlanta knows about,” Crozier quoted the hot tamale salesman as saying.
Crozier said he found that the vendor would direct his pushcart over a regular route each day, and patrons of his cigarettes would buy a hot tamale, getting their marijuana at the same time without attracting attention.
The vendor went the following route each day, Crozier said: Starting at his Marietta Street home, he went up Fair Street, down Capitol Avenue, up Crew Street to the curb market, and out Peachtree.
He sold to poolrooms, dance halls, newsboys, young women and men and boys, Crozier said.
Dr. Elkin declared after the raid Thursday afternoon that stamping out marijuana sales here would be a great accomplishment in preventing the spread of an insidious habit.
Assisting Dr. Elkin in the investigation were Dr. Z.O Moore, a state drug inspector; W.d. McGee, city detective attached to the federal narcotic squad; Agen Crozier; P.A. Williams, in charge of the Atlanta federal narcotics officer, and T.E. Middlebrooks, supervisor of the Georgia-Florida federal narcotic district.
FACES DREAM CIGARETTE CHARGE
MARIHUANA VICTIMS RELATE EFFECTS OF DEADLY DRUG The following are the statements of J.D. Nobles, 27, of Lenox, Ga., and Carl Bryan, 18, of Woodbury, Tenn., who reported to Dr. W.S. Elkins, Jr., chief drug inspector of Georgia, that marihuana was being sold on the streets of Atlanta. Statement of J.D. Nobles:
“On August 13 I met a Mexican in Atlanta who was smoking marihuana cigarettes and he gave me one. He told me he got them from the ‘hot tamale man’ and later introduced me to the vendor.
“I then bought about $1 worth of the dried leaves, which made about 50 cigarettes.
“When I smoked them I felt ‘nerby,’ felt like I wanted to go out and do something like steal or rob a house.
“Soon as this feeling left me, and I realized what a terrible drug marihuana was, I went to see Dr. Elkin, the state drug inspector, and asked him to do something to stop the spread of this dangerous habit.
“I told him of Carl Bryan, an 18-year-old boy, who had used the weed and pawned his shoes to satisfy his craving.
“I took Carl Bryan to Dr. Elkin’s office.
“I made this complaint for the sake of humanity, as I felt it was my duty to do so as a citizen.”
Statement of Carl Bryan:
“While walking up around the curb market about a week ago I passed the stand of the hot tamale man, who asked me:
“Do you want any hot tamales?”
“I said, ‘Don’t you have anything stronger?’
“He said, ‘Yes,’ and sold me two marihuana cigarettes for 25 cents. I had never seen this kind of cigarette before.
“I smoked one of them and it gave me a headache. Then I smoked the other one and began to feel it. My mind changed in a queer sort of way. I craved some more of the cigarettes; and, not having any money, I pawned my shoes for $1 and bought a bag of the dried leaves to roll my own.
“After a couple more cigarettes, I began to feel like I was on top of the world. I would walk up to anyone and ask them for anything without any hesitancy. Then I felt like I would do something desperate.
“However, I was very tired and fell asleep. I stayed asleep for two whole days and nights.
“It was my first experience with the weed, and believe me, it will be my last. There were a lot of others fellows my age smoking the cigarettes.
“I ran away from my home in Westbury, Tenn., several weeks ago to make my way to Florida. My father is Houston Bryan, a stock farmer.
THE UNSOLVED GORE FILE CASES
Georgia - 1953 Camp Gordon, Georgia - Male 23 Indecent exposure 6 occasions to girls 10 to 12 years old; each time under influence marihuana; trumpet, musician; smoking marihuana over year. Arrested -- Article by James C. Munch; "UN Bulletin on Narcotics"-1966 Issue 2
1953 - L. Gluckin, - Camp Gordon, Georgia - M - 23 - Indecent exposure 6 occasions to girls 10 to 12 years old; Each time under influence marihuana; trumpet, musician; smoking marihuana over year. - Arrested - - 6th conference report - INEOA 1965
Georgia - Atlanta, Ga., Dec 1967---Two marihuana users argued over one man's wife. One was shot through the neck and killed with a .22 caliber pistol. The murderer was allegedly under the influence of marihuana at the time of the shooting. -- Congressional Record -- April 4, 1968
GEORGIA - Columbus In September, 1935, a large amount of marihuana was seized in Columbus, which was confiscated and placed in sacks. The investigation was based on information received from the Chief of Police at Columbus that the soldiers at Fort Benning were being supplied with marihuana cigarettes. --- ILLICIT TRAFFIC IN MARIHUANA - aka Gore File
GEORGIA - Columbus On September 4, 1935, Federal agents, aided by local police, raided the premises at 2104 Second Avenue and arrested Mrs. Ida Strickland, 56, and her son Eugene Strickland. They were charged with possession and sale of marihuana. The net weight of the marihuana purchased for cigarettes was 1/2 ounce, dried marihuana 10 pounds, chopped up and found in sack 4 pounds, growing marihuana including green stalks and branches 125 pounds. In a field a space of about 10’ x 30' was entirely covered by marihuana plants. With the prepared marihuana and that found growing, at least 10,000 cigarettes could have been manufactured, these cigarettes selling two for 25cents. The defendants were arraigned in Police Court at Columbus on September 5, 1935, and were held under bond of $1,500. --- ILLICIT TRAFFIC IN MARIHUANA - aka Gore File
Atlanta, Georgia August 22, 1936, one Knute Garner of Atlanta, Georgia, reported that his son while under the influence of Marihuana robbed his safe of several thousand dollars in jewelry and cash. The cigarettes were purchased from a local peddler whose apprehension was assisted in by the father of this young man who blamed the Marihuana vice for being the cause of his son’s depravity. --- Review of the Illicit Traffic in the U.S. and the Philippine Islands in 1936.
A high school boy in Atlanta, Georgia, stole thousands of dollars in cash and jewelry from his father's safe. Prior to this act of base ingratitude it had been noticed that the boy was subject to rapid and seemingly inexplicable changes in temperament and conduct. Periods when he manifested an exaggerated ego, characterized by a grandiose manner and extravagant conversation, were followed by spells of shakiness and despondency. When the robbery of his father's store finally climaxed his peculiar actions, an investigation traced the cause of the crime to a marihuana peddler who catered to school children. --- “Assassin of Youth” (Book) 1954 By Robert Devine
An Atlanta boy who robbed his father’s safe of thousands of dollars in jewelry and cash. Of high-school age, this boy apparently had been headed for an honest, successful career. Gradually, however, his father noticed a change in him. Spells of shakiness and nervousness would be succeeded by periods when the boy would assume a grandiose manner and engage in excessive, senseless laughter, extravagant conversation, and wildly impulsive actions. When these actions finally resulted in robbery the father went at his son’s problem in earnest — and found the cause of it a marijuana peddler who catered to school children. The peddler was arrested. --- American Magazine “Marijuana, Assassin of Youth” By H.J Anslinger - July 1937
A high school boy in Atlanta, Georgia, stole thousands of dollars in cash and jewelry from his father's safe. Prior to this act of base ingratitude it had been noticed that the boy was subject to rapid and seemingly inexplicable changes in temperament and conduct. Periods when he manifested an exaggerated ego, characterized by a grandiose manner and extravagant conversation, were followed by spells of shakiness and despondency. When the robbery of his father's store finally climaxed his peculiar actions, an investigation traced the cause of the crime to a marihuana peddler who catered to school children. --- The Moloch of Marihuana (1945) By Robert James Devine
GEORGIA - Columbus On June 2. 1935, learned that W. E. Layne was peddling marihuana cigarettes to soldiers at Fort Banning, Georgia. Layne was arrested and 27-pounds of marihuana was found in his possession. He was sentenced to 2 years' imprisonment. --- ILLICIT TRAFFIC IN MARIHUANA - aka Gore File
MUSEUM NEWSPAPER INDEX:
ATLANTA DAILY WORLD
[s]- July 26, 1932 p2A - “Murder of the Night Club Lady” - Fictional Story
[s]- July 27, 1932 p2 - “Murder of the Night Club Lady” - Fictional Story
[s]- June 16, 1934 p 3 -“Reefer Smoker Runs Amuck Damaging L.A. Grocery Store”
[s]- Mar 28, 1938 p2 - “$5,000 Bond for Having Marihuana”
[s]- Dec 5, 1938 p1 - “Five Sentenced to State Prison on dope charges”
[s]- Mar 19, 1939 p1 - “Claim Marihuana Weakens Moral Fiberes of Youth”
[s]- Sep 21, 1949 p1 - “Drug Crazy Youths Held for Slaying”
[s]- Jan 13, 1951 p3 - [AD Is Dope Killing Our Musicians? by Cab Calloway
[s]- Jan 14, 1951 p4 - Dope ring Smashed Near Camp Polk”
[s]- Feb 23, 1951 p2 - “Health and Beauty by Dr. Sophia Brunson [Must read]
[s]- July 26, 1951 p1 “Negro Tenant Farmer Leads Sheriff to Marihuana Crop”
[s]- Aug 9, 1951 p 1 “Burn $1,000,000 Marihuana Crop, Grown to Cure Asthma” [Med]
[s]- Sep 14, 1951 p 5 - “New Orleans Prosecutor Elected VP of Group
“Harden explained that many juveniles have their first experience in the drugs habit by using Marihjana cigarettes. “Experience teaches us, he said, “that seven out of 10 marihuana users turn to heroin . Marihuana is not habit forming, but is a stimulant. When it begins to lose its effect many users take to heroin and become addicts.” [etc]
[s]- Oct 6, 1870 pO_2B - [Medical Ad - looks like a quack] Dr. W.L. Hitchcock’s Liver Medicine:
[Dr. W.L. Hitchcock, of Madison, Georgia, Makes a specialty of treating all persons affected with Cancers, Scrofula, Indolent, Ulcers, etc., etc. He has successfully treated Cancers for the last TWENTY YEARS, without the use of the knife or [ ] merchfist agent. He began to refer those afflicted to the following certificates of persons who have been cured by his treatment. They speak for themselves. etc. INDIAN HEMP
[s]- Nov 15, 1885 pg 5. A Remarkable Corn (cannabis mentioned) [NWR]
[s]- Aug 7, 1891 pg 7 - NO Poison in a cigarette except nicotine” [NWR]
[s]- Mar 14, 1894 p5 - Tried to die - Attempted suicide via Cannabis by doctor
[s]- Mar 15, 1894 p10 - Like a Social Fete - attempted suicide via Cannabis
[s]- Mar 29, 1903 pg.D6 - Women and the Home - MED corn
[s]- Mar 29, 1906 pg D6 - “Women and the Home: [NWR] Cannabis MED
[s]- Dec 22, 1907 pg 7 -- “Weeds of Great Value”
[s]- July 5, 1908 pg 7 - “The Tragic Loco Weed”
[s]- Sep 14, 1919 pg. 33 - “Dr. Glackens--Quack and Border Rat” [NWR] Fictional story
[s]- Jan 7, 1920 pg.6 - “Health Talks by William Brady, MD. --MED [NWR]
[s]- Jan 20, 1920 pg 98 “Health Talks by William Brady, MD -- MED [negative] [NWR]
[s]- Feb 4, 1920 pg 8 “Health Talks by William Brady, MD -- MED [negative] [NWR]
[s]- Oct 5, 1922 p24 - “New Anesthetic Demonstrated by Dr. Hardeman” [Med]
[s]- Dec 20, 1922 pg 10 - “Wallace Reid Case Starts Los Angeles Chief on Drug War” [NWR]
[s]- Aug 19, 1923 pg A8 - Rats Disdain Cheese, But Fall for Lure Of Marijuana Bait”
[s]- April 20, 1924 pg B5 - “Loco-Weed”
[s]- Aug 16, 1924 pg 16 - “Peddler Planned Dope Ring Here, Officers Claim”
[s]- Feb 5, 1926 - “Sensational Crimes are Laid to Hashish” (AP)
[s]- Feb 19, 1926 pg 4 - “Health Talks” [My First Shot of Hasheesh - MED
[s]- May 1, 1927 pg 19 - “Four in Miami Held on Drug Selling charge:
[s]- May 20, 1928 pg2A - “Sale of Marijuana to Minami School Students Is Barred”
[s]- Dec 20, 1928 pg 2 - “Imports of Hashish Urged Made Illegal”
[s]- Sep 27, 1929 pg 22 [Ad] Marihuana by Solid Color Broadcloth Pajamas [NO JOKE]
[s]- Aug 9, 1930 pg 12 - “New Orleans Police Find Narcotic Farm”
[s]- July 12, 1931 pg SM2 - [None Reefer Madness]
[s]- Dec 25, 1932 pg SM11 - [None Reefer Madness]
[s]- May 21, 1933 pg 42 - [None Reefer Madness] My romantic and roaring Mex-Am days
[s]- Sep 17, 1933 pg 5C - Letter C,M. Goethe
[s]- Oct 29, 1933 pg 4C- “New York Skylines”
[s]- Apr 11, 1934 [None Reefer Madness]
[s]- Aug 24, 1934 pg 10 - “Marijuana Weed, Narcotic Plant, Seized in Marietta Street Raid”
[s]- Aug 25, 1934 pg1 - “Informer in Marijuana Raid Here Saved From Angry Mob of Addicts”
[s]- Aug 25, 1934 pg 4 - “Editorial The threat of Marijuana”
[s]- Aug 26, 1934 pg 1A - “Dope Informant Again Threatened:
[s]- Aug 28, 1934 pg10 [Arrest notice]
[s]- Sep 2, 1934 pg 14A - “Raiser of Marijuana Is Granted Freedom”
[s]- Sep 5, 1934 pg 2 - [politician seeks to outlaw MMj]
[s]- Sept 8, 1934 pg 10 - “Man Asks Liberty in Marijuana Case”
[s]- Sep 9, 1934 pg 5B - [Arrest Record] S- Oct 16, 1934 pg 5 - “Outlawing Marijuana” [NWR]
[s]- Oct 27, 1934 p6 - “Seller of Marijuana Is Given Year on Gang”
[s]- Feb 21, 1935 pg 12 - “U.S. Narcotic Agent Sees Spread of Marihuana Smoking in Schools” [poor copy, mention of Kernamer case in Oklahoma.]
[s]- Feb 28, 1935 p1 - “Anti-Narcotic Act Passed by House, Sent to governor”
[s]- mar 3, 1935 pg 2K- “W.C.T.U. Editor Reviews Observance of Annual Narcotic Education Week”
[s]- Mar 20, 1935 p17 - “Marijuana Drive Planned in State”
[s]- Sep 6, 1935 p7 - “Agents Destroy Marijuana Farm In Columbus Raid Arrest Woman”
[s]- Dec 7, 1935 pg 3 - “Linder Burns Drug”
[s]- April 15-1936 pg 20 - “Big Marijuana Cache Seized in Mississippi” [Gore File Case] Blue Mountain
[s]- April 26, 1936 pg 4 - [crossword puzzle]
[s]- May 8, 1936 pg 27 [crossword puzzle]
[s]- June 21, 1936 pg 4M - “Reports o Many District Meetings Enthuse State W.C.T.U. Members”
[s]- Oct 4, 1936 pg 10A - “Dope Farm In city” [Gore Case]
[s]- Dec 6, 1936 pg 4 -” When Justice Triumphed” [NWR]
[s]- Feb 3, 1937 pg 8 - “Augusta Spurs Fight on Marihuana’s Sale” (AP)
[s]- Feb 20, 1937 pg 17 - “Governor Proclaims Anti-Narcotic Week” [NWR]
[s]- Mar 14, 1937 pg 6K - Silhouettes [NWR]
[s]- Mar 28, 1937 pg 2K - “Jefferson Clubwomen Hear Program Featuring Aid as Subject”
[s]- May 1,1937 pg 9 - “7 Marijuana Smokers Held at Miami Beach”
[s]- May 4, 1937 pg 2 - “P.T.A. Asked to fight sales of marijuana” (AP)
[s]- May 7, 1937 pg 13 - “Drug Traffic Here in Millions” [Earle Rowell]
[s]- Sep 26, 1937 pg 4K - “Sellers of Weed Must Pay New Tax”
[s]- Oct 2, 1937 pg 6 - “Behind Washington Headlines” by H.R. Baukhage - Real ReeferMadness
[s]- Jan 9, 1938 pg 8_9 - “Ambush” ReeferMadness
[s]- Jan 15, 1938 pg 13 - “Woman’s Club Announces Program of Interesting Future Activities” [Move was shown]
[s]- Jan 17, 1938 pg 4 - “Silhouettes”
[s]- Feb 6, 1938 pg 6K - “State Federation President Writes Impression of Visit to Washington”
[s]- Feb 11, 1938 pg 28 - “Girl Blames Dope” (AP)
[s]- Feb 12, 1938 pg 3 - “Reefers Make Walking Sea Easy, Says Expert in Girls Slaying Trial” (AP)
[s]- Feb 13, 1938 pg 12A - “Bunny Sohl completes Defense In Robbery-Slaying of Bus Driver” (AP)
[s]- Feb 17, 1938 pg 6 -“Silhouettes” [Good Reading]
[s]- Mar 13, 1938 pg 9A - “Marihuana Arrest”
[s]- May 14, 1934 pg 1 - “Georgia County and Peace Officers Re-elect Winslett as President”
[s]- May 15, 1938 pg SM3 - “A Doctor Tries Marihuana” pure Reefer Madness
[s]- May 15, 1938 pg 7A - “Women Held Keen to Follow Laws”
[s]- July 25, 1938 pg 15 - “State Briefs” [Arrest notice]
[s]- July 31, 1938 pg SM2 - “Will Justice Triumph” [NWR]
[s]- Aug 1, 1938 pg 14 - Cows Get Playful Jag on Diet of Marijuana” (AP)
[s]- Aug 5, 1938 pg 5 - “Six are Arrested in Marihuana Raids”
[s]- Aug 6, 1938 pg 10 - “Three Bound Over in Marihuana Case”
[s]- Aug 8, 1938 pg 6 - [crossword puzzle]
[s]- Aug 14, 1938 pg M6 - “High Spot Culled from Reports of General Federation Chairmen”
[s]- Aug 23, 1938 pg 16 - Radio Programs”
[s]- Sep 30, 1938 pg 23 - [Crossword puzzle]
[s]- Oct 5, 1938 pg 6 - “Federal Agents Find Huge Marijuana Crop”
[s]- Oct 12, 1938 pg 9 - Hard-Luck Pair Tells U.S. Jury Erosion and Marihuana Don’t Mix” by Lee Fuhrman
[s]- Oct 16, 1938 pg 12A -“Marihuana Pair Given Year in Jail”
[s]- Nov 27, 1938 pg 2K- “Mrs. H.B. Ritchie gives Account of Recent Forum Held in N.Y.” [NWR]
[s]- Feb 11, 1939 pg 6 - “Man-Made Crimes, Not Bible Ones, fill Uncle Sam’s Penitentiary Here”
[s]- Feb 12, 1939 pg 13 - “W.C.T.U. to observe F.E. Willard Week”
[s]- Mar 15, 1939 pg 10 - “Love Comes Last” [novel NWR]
[s]- Mar 16, 1939 pg 20 - “Love Comes Last” [novel NWR]
[s]- Mar 18, 1939 pg 8 - “Love Comes Last” [novel NWR]
[s]- Aug 4, 1939 pg 6 - “Woman Innocently Grows Hedge-- It’s marijuana”
[s]- Aug 9, 1939 pg 6 - “He Smoked Hay”
[s]- Nove 27, 1939 pg 4 - “Fair Enough” by Westbrook Pegler [NWR]
[s]- Dec 8, 1939 - “Loco Weed”
[Wanted ]- Sept 11, 1935 - Editorial
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