Independent from Long Beach, California on April 5, 1963 · Page 7
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IS AWARDED $211,500 .Find Rep. Powell Guilty of Libel urn* v/\T»tr * m * » » - _ _ _ .. .. . _ NEW YORK CW-A Negro domestic Thursday won a $211,500 Ift«l verdxt against Harlem'* m o s t influential citizen. Rep. Adam Clayton Powell, D-N.Y. "The king is dead." exulted Mrs. Esther (Mommy) Junes, 1 a widow. who had sued the Negro congressman for ill mfflioa. -"Adam C l a y t o n Powell is dead. Now he win just have to keep his mouth shut. He's dead in Harlem. Salhcr Professor BERKELEY (UPI) -- Ap- important than money." pointment of Bruno SnelLdii- This is the happiest day ment" Supreme Court Jury award to! charity. · f The 66-year-old woman accused Powefl of libelling her two years ago by calling her "a bag woman (graft collector) for the police depart- of my life. I have my reputation again and that is more Powell was not available tirigulshed German classicist, for comment. His office in as Sather professor of classi-1 Washington said he plans to James* -'«'n that she never cal literature at the Univer- appeal the verdict. sity of California at Berkeley Mrs. James said she would At the time. Powell osten- 'after he called her a graft collector during a television interview March 6. I960. The jury awarded her $11,500 for loss of income and damage to her reputation, and assessed Powell an added $200,000 in punitive damages for disregarding her rights. sibly was engaged in a cam-1 The defense contended that paign against gambling and Powells television remarks police corruption in Harlem. The jury accepted Mrs. had collected graft for policemen from Harlem gamblers. -·--f -~^J I ----- ·"~-""--» «*--.«* xuv " %"·-*%*.*il. ** *« WU4 **OA l^*U fe,flllll^l\ i . was announced Thursday, [contribute part of the State 1 Mrs. James s u e d Powell were substantially true and, moreover, that they were "an extension of statements he made on the floor of Congress and therefore privileged or exempt." MOMMY JAMES 'King 11 Dead* l*t !·«*. cut. rritfn. tori I ml INOEf ENDENT-f « 9 t A 7 Marie McDonald Escaped Hospital as 'Red-Blooded' American 9 Would HOLLYWOOD (UPI)--Ac-! thought I was depressed .. -:ligee and it was a little cold." tress Marie (The Body) Mc-|Sare, I was depressed. The) She said she went to' tha Donald Thursday explaloedldoctor thought I could get home of a woman friend in her abrupt departure f r o m more complete treatment at Sydney and decided to. fly this psychiatric center." jhome. cutting short a $3,000- A u s t r a l i a by saying she wanted to come home and get| t r e a t m e n t from her own physician for a stomach ulcer. Miss McDonald, 39. created to be given sedation but decided to leave the place. She said she was supposed a-week nightclub engagement Miss McDonald arrived at Los Angeles International Air*When they came around port, Wednesday night and furor in Sydney last Sunday passing out hea\-y sedation. l ( was greeted by her^hre_e chil- when she disappeared from a psychiatric clinic. "I had a bleeding ulcer." she said, "and a well-meaning friend called a doctor who did w h a t any red-blooded dren, Harrison, 13, Denise, 12, American would do-^-I took'and Tina. 6. . · off through a window. 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