Maryland (Baltimore)

Part: 
Four
Chapter: 
4
In the Baltimore area, there are three major companies involved in distribution of pornography. They are Bon-Jay Sales, 6601 Moravia Park Drive, Baltimore; Komar, Limited, 1123 East Baltimore Street, Baltimore; and Noble News Company, 7803 Pulaski Highway, Baltimore.

Bonjay Sales and Komar Limited are owned and operated by Jack Gresser and Samuel Boltansky, whose two principal aides are John Louis Moon and Ronald Lawrence Selinger. The companies are warehouses used for storing pornographic material which is sold on the retail level throughout the United States and Canada. Gresser and Boltansky distribute about $3,000,000 each year in pornographic material. Most of the material they sell is supplied by Star Distributors in New York, Parliament News in California and Sovereign News in Cleveland. Gresser and Boltansky are also allegedly responsible for smuggling original negatives and photo offset printing plates containing pornographic material made in Europe. These items are allegedly smuggled into the United States by mail and then given to the above-mentioned suppliers for printing the material.

Noble News Company is a subsidiary of Sovereign News Company in Cleveland. The Baltimore outlet is run by John Henry Marshall, an agency manager.