Time Clock, Oct. 14, 1957

TRADING-STAMP COMPANIES won vital battle against anti-stamp merchants, who charged that stamps jack up prices, squeeze out non-stamp stores. FTC ruled that stamps do not create "unfair competition or deceptive practices," but promised to act against any company that uses stamps for "deception of customers, price discrimination."

GET-TOUGH POLICY of ICC is starting to trip up accident-prone trucking lines. After threatening to ban six other truckers (TIME, Sept. 16), commission ordered one-year probation for Kansas City's big Riss & Co., whose 500-plus interstate trucks from 1951 to 1953 "were involved in 1,200 accidents resulting in shocking total of 51 deaths and...

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