Time Clock, Nov. 25, 1957

TIE-IN LIQUOR SALES, in which a wholesaler forces dealer to take less popular brands before he can get scarce, top-quality liquors, are illegal, U.S. Supreme Court ruled. Case was brought against Magnolia Liquor Co., the sole Seagram's distributor in New Orleans, which required dealers to take Seagram's Ancient Bottle and 7 Crown brands in order to get scarce Scotch and Seagram's V.O.

U.S. AIR-CONTROL PLAN will get started with CAA's order for $11.4 million worth of jet age navigation equipment. Deal is first in $314 million program that by 1965 will set up ground stations to constantly give pilots exact geographical position...

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