Time Clock, Apr. 1, 1957

ANTI-MERGER BILL is expected to pass Congress and be signed into law by President Eisenhower, despite opposition by N.A.M. and U.S. Chamber of Commerce. Some minor amendments may be made, but final version will still say that Government must have 60 days' advance notice of any merger that would produce combined company worth $10 million or more.

GERMANY'S FIRST REACTOR for commercial atomic power will start generating 15,000 kw. by 1959 from fuel sold under U.S. Atoms for Peace plan. Construction begins this fall.

LOWEST CROP ACREAGE since 1917 will be planted this year by...

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