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The Courier-Journal from Louisville, Kentucky • Page 12

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Louisville, Kentucky
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12
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SECTION 1 12 THE COURIER-JOURN AL; LOUISVILLE, KY. THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 12, 1946. Louisville's Big Independent Furniture Store DnBDannonnOBnaO QDOaDDaODDDDDDD Remember Refugee Found Hanged In Jail Spent 2 Years In Nazi Camps "You Can't Lose UPTOWN to UNITED to SAVE! a a By Looking' sisfer die in camp. Early this year she came to live with her sister in Arcadia, where she worked as a drugstore Levitt said it was. hard to believe Miss Landau would steal and "maybe it was just momentary temptation, seeing all those pretty things in the stores after having had nothing for so long." Always 3 Ways to Buy 3 Ways to Buy I odd DRESSERS rfTl TA fe w.lnul fcvi S5rr a Pasadena.

Dec. 11 Ancy Landau, 23-year-old Hungarian refugee found hanged in Pasadena City Jail, was a victim of two years imprisonment in Nazi concentration camps, her brother-in-law, Sam Levitt, Arcadia, said today. The girl, being held on a charge of stealing a $7.45 handbag from a Pasadena store, was found hanged Monday night. Levitt said she was compelled to do slave labor at the Belsen and Osciewicz Nazi camps begin-ning in 1943. and watcher her father, mother, a brother, and a Cash.

IP Cvlbertsoa's Summary VS Account. a a a a a a a a a G.I. Prisoner A Hacks Army Court-Martial The verdict of a military court-martial and procedure in the court, and perhaps all courts-martial in the future, were put before Federal District Court here yesterday by John R. P. Neal, prisoner in the disciplinary barracks at Fort Knox.

Neal asked for a habeas curpus on the grounds that his trial developed error, irregularities, and prejudicial actions. He was convicted a year ago at Camp Croft, S. C-. and claims his confinement deprives him of his liberty without due process of law. He asserts the commanding officer ordered his dishonorable discharge held in abeyance until the sentence of two years is served.

Because of this action, he asserts, the sentence Ts not subject to review by the Board of Review or the judge advocate general of the Army. Fire At.Steiden Store Causes $5,000 Damage Fire that spread through the rear of the Steiden Store, 2018 Frankfort, at 4:30 a.m. yesterday caused damage to the building and stock estimated at $5,000. The fire is believed to have been started by an overheated gas stove, firemen reported. The store will be closed for a few days, the manager said.

The smoke also damaged clothes in the Independent Cleaners, Dyers, and Hatters, 2016 Frankfort. When You Next Visit Us Try Our Here i value. Odd It fAiZ-ffl I 'tUij. -V-iJtT Club Plan Jirnmie Ufco Says: Tharik Goodness for the person who put you on their Christmas card list' mails one early enough to save you a late night run to the Post Office trying to get one off to them with an early enough postmark. Bcrffc Warns Of Economic Concentration Ruinr Monopolies Grovinp, He Asserts Chicago.

Dec. ,11 Assistant Atiorney General Wendell Berge asserted tonight that "The concentration of economic power in this country is increasing above any previous crest of monopoly in our history." In an address to the new Council of American Business the head of the Justice Department's Antitrust Division said: "The decrease of independent business will continue unless the causes of concentration are removed and the power of monopoly is broken. -As it stands at the present moment, the American people do not have control of their economic destiny, and as time goes on they may lose their freedom of opportunity if the trend to concentration is not checked." Monopoly Is 'Real Threat. Berge said the "real source of the threat to free enterprise, sbout which the Republican leaders are so concerned, lies in monopolistic control over our great industries." He then referred to "insistent demands for curbs upon the power and activities of labor unions," and said: -I recognize, as many must, that certain labor union abuses have created a serious problem. Some new legislation may be necessary to assist in solving the problem.

"But unless we decide to appropriate sufficient funds to enforce the antitrust laws against business monopoly, we should not expect to impose new restraints upon labor." HOT ROAST TURKEY SANDWICH WE ARE CLOSED ON SUNDAY CUPTOIINGIHIAM'S EXCELLENT FOOD-FINE LIQUORS DRIVE-IN RESTAURANT Fifth and Breckinridge Telephone WAbash 3453 Jtrl Hassocks jWK-- FlitllS? Coy, Woshobe Coors SmV 2 1 S095 fel- ssS May we suggest a Hassock 1 1 XJT kll fS i I NwVi si6- i i gffti i 1 SPEED Electric TOASTERS 2-Slice-Compefe With Cord Comhlnali on chrome and Waclc enamel long-life mica elements. Complete with cord. While 3fi last. I I Co if -9 21 7-Pc, BEDROOM GROUP Appreciated Gift 4-Piece Bedroom Suite Boudoir Chair, Coil Spring and Fait Martresi YOIT GET EVERYTHING! 4-piece waterfall bedroom suite include full-size panel bed, vanity, chest of drawers and vanity bench plus boudoir chair, all-steel coil springs and comfortable felt mattress. Singing Tea Kettle Chromium On Solid Copper SO 95 But Advertised at 3.50 Jury Acquits Slaving Suspect Charles Chester Cureton.

28, of SOftO block, Portland, charged with the murder September 14 rf Mrs. Lucille Mitchell. 34. of T413 Columbia, was acquitted yesterday by a Criminal Court jury. Mother of seven children, Mrs.

Mitchell was found dead in her front yard. Her face and head were bruised. Cureton testified he had been crinking with the woman early that night and admitted having "slapped her lightly to quiet her." He testified she fell near her home and when he tried to help her up, she told him to leave her slone. Spiffy Sparkling Cheerful A Iovouk, companionable gift everv woman cherished, and a handsome Having, too because wre bought them Wore O.P.A. raised price from $2.9.1 to $3.50.

and saved them for Christ-n gift selling. tic enn rji HOW UNTIL CHRISTMAS 2Vi-Qt. Size It takes time to eniov Christma; hnnnino to thoughtfully make selections for the folks you want to please. So we've juggled work schedules to stay open evenings without asking more than a 40-hour week of the people herP to rplr vni Plan ni ir cknnninrt tr- A Smart DESK fin gift Genuine Mahogany Secretary ill 1 r.rk I jpii lm 111 JJ a a a a a a a a a a a a a a II El a fl i evenings ar sears; include me family because everyone wants to visit Sears America's Santa. Gov.

Win-throo style, expert craftsmanship. A a 1ng gesture to that special someone. Limited Slock Secretary Pictured $94.50 Will Close Christmas est Eve at 4:30 P.M. Man Applying for Job Arrestcil As Burglar Paul Sullivan, 23. Negro.

2515 Cedar, was arrested at 1:30 p.m. yesterday on two charges of storehouse breaking. Detectives Bert Koenig and William Zwicker arrested him while he was filling out a work-application blank at the Post Office. They recovered $500 worth of Clothing and electric appliances at home. The detectives said it was part of the $700 loot taken from the Fifth Avenue Cleaners.

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Big matching ottomans. Tapestry covers. Llht Bat Comfortabla Walnut finish frames upholstered seats and back in choice fabrics. and upholstery fabric all reasohably priced. DESKS $28 Waterfall Modern nMTFTD DESK 1 va i 1 ill a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a 33 Held On Handbook Charges.

Two men were arrested by yesterday on charges of operating a handbook. They were hooked as George Cohley, 34, Brief ted at 600 W. Main, and Charles Siers, 31, arrested at 303 V. Jefferson. ve-lieer top.

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-fc 8th and Broadway Other fine jackets and a i a at 4.95 to 37.95. Portable bar. complete in everv detail. Glasses, mixers, etc. Would make an Ideal Gift for him.

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