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   Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - April 16, 1962, Ada, Oklahoma                             An Ada .other reports her son came up with this gem of observation: "Mam., why do you reckon that cats have two holes cut in their skins right at the same places where their eyes British Resent 'Invasion' By Americans, P-5 THE ADA EVENING NEWS Stonewall Holds To Top Spot See Sports Page 59TH YEAR NO. 29 ADA, OKLAHOMA, MONDAY, APRIL 16, 1962 10 Pages 5 CENTS WEEKDAY, 10 CENTS SUNDAY Senators Press Actions Sparked By Battle Over Hike In Steel Prices .._ mv.n sn n.iUWp chance of power but, in a fact-find- WASHINGTON bill to, strengthen the government's pow- er to break up monopolistic cor- porations was on its way to the Senate today while Senate sub- poenas were being sped to the dozen largest steel companies. The massive assault mounted by President Kennedy against steel's increase was still rolling, though the price boost was rescinded Friday. New High ........0 ahead with its nounced antimonopoly investiga- tion, the Senate Antitrust sub- committee headed by Sen. Estes Kefauver, D-Tenn., wrote sub- poenas for the 12 top companies to bring in figures on production I campaign year riven an outside chance .of power but, in a fact-find- sage a week ago. Now they must ws1 role, could muster public regarded seriously, especially since democratic legislators can be expected to capitalize on the so-called monopoly issue in this by mid-May. Sen. Albert Gore, D-Tenn., pre- pared to introduce bills to- day to sharpen the teeth of the antitrust laws. Gore said the need for "better ttHSJrsKrvs est was stock market at a IHW low, ivci J rnr "nstinna nedy's prestige at a new high, and the prospects for his whole which the steel companies made almost uniform price increases legislative program suddenly brighter. considered, and then rescinded them." His bills would not have been Presidential Power The Gore measures would: 1. Give the- president power un- der the Taft-Hartley law-to ob- tain an 80-day injunction 'against a general price increase in a basic commodity. The procedure off period provided for "national emergency" strikes. 2. Create a national consumers advisory board. It would not have role, could' muster public opinion against increases it deemed unjustified. 3. Broaden the anlimerger laws, so that'the. same legal yardstick could be used to break up ''ex- isting large concentrations" as is now used to. prevent certain pro- posed industrial mergers. No companies were named, but the bills'.were plainly-pointed at U.S. Steel, .the nation's'-biggest producer and the one-whose an- nouncement last Tuesday -of a boost touched in pacade "of virtually identical increases by 'other firms. Question Iranian Pair Police, Secret Army Battle In Algeria City Gefs To New York NEW YORK (AP) The Shah and Empress of Iran get the city's official ticker tape parade of welcome today following a weekend apart in pursuit of their own special interests. For Shah Mohammed Reza Pah- levi, that included observation of military maneuvers and inspec- tion of missile sites and other fa- cilities at Cape Canaveral, Fla. For Empress Farah, it was a night at the theater and visits to two art museums the Guggen- heim and the Museum of Modern Art. The empress arrived from Washington" Saturday. The shah, with a brief stint at the controls of President Kennedy's four-en- gined plane, flew up from Florida Sunday night to join her at a private dinner given by Adlai E. Stevenson, U.S. ambassador to the United Nations. was the word the shah used, to sum up his reaction to the various space age items (Continued on U.S.Denies Troop Cut In Berlin Differences Crop Up Between U.S., West German Chief WASHINGTON (AP) The United States today denied; most emphatically that it hadvproposed any reduction of Western' troops in Berlin. "No such proposal on troops reductions has been State Department spokesman .Lincoln Backers Of Right To Work Legislation File Petitions Economic Policies Draw Fire White .told a hurriedly convened, DETROIT Gov. Nelson midmorning hews conference. White referred specifically -to a news dispatch from Bonn, written A. Rockefeller of New York, con- ALGEIRS and the Secret Army Organiza- tion (OAS) battled today in Oran, where underground ter- rorists in a campaign of growing boldness tried to seize a police camp and its armored cars. First reports said a policeman was killed and 10 other persons were wounded. In Algiers secret army commandos fired on Moslems in the Bad el Oued quarter, killing one and wounding PO It was in an Algiers suburb that a Moslem mob lynched two" Europeans Sunday in the first act of retaliation against the secret army since the March 19 cease-fire the long Algerian nationalist rebellion. The Algerian. Nationalist regime from its base in Tunis warned the French Sunday to take strong- er measures against the secret OKLAHOMA Partly cloudy and a little warmer this after- noon; considerable cloudiness tonight and Tuesday: a few showers extreme northeast to- night; a little cooler Tuesday; low tonight 40-50; high Tuesday 64-74. FIVE-DAY FORECAST FOR OKLAHOMA For the period Tuesday through Saturday, temperatures average near normal north and west portion to 2-7 de- grees below normal southeast. Normal high 70-78. Normal low 3S northwest to 58 southeast. Cooler mid week. Warming trend latter part of week. Pre- cipitaiton will average little or none west to to inch east portion occurring as scattered showers about mid week. Pilot Says 'Blackout7 Caused Crash A young Ada pilot who escaped serious injury in an airplane crash at the municipal airport Friday said this week the accident was caused: spell. Dickie Wilson, 19, the pilot of Justice Department, he said onej was whether "one company, namely U.S" Steel, so dominates! the industry that it controls prices and should be broken up." As the Sherman and Clayton antitrust laws now stand, the legal requirements for. dismem- bering an existing corporation'are much more difficult than those for preventing a merger which might tend to create a monopoly. Gore's proposals', as he ex- plained them, would make the lat- ter requirements applicable in cases where the government seeks to force a split-up of a corpora- tion which already has acquired monopolistic power. The President's closest advisers said he wants no reprisals and hopes to preserve "the good will and cooperation of business gen- er measures erally Still, the administration army, which is trying to wreck was following -through with the the cease-fire and keep Algeria I measures set m motion to Frcnch quash the steel price boost. "The Lewis piece is wholly ma, can nomination for president in f 1964, charged today that the Ken- H. S. (Tex) Newman, president of Oklahomans, for nedy administration had failed to -Right-to-Work, heaved a sigh of relief and voiced thanks attack the nation's basic economic to those who helped circulate the petitions the past said. The Bonn dispatch said that the reduction was part, of a new four- point plan 'on Berlin. It said that the United- States has suggested cutting the present troops in West Berlin--to about The, story broke on the eve of new U.S.-Soviet talks in Washing- ton -on the Berlin 'crisis. Dif- ferences with West Germany over proposals to be made in the talks Petitions For Election On Issue Carry Names OKLAHOMA CITY initiative petition cam- paign for a right-to-work law in Oklahoma was climaxed today, when petitions bearing signatures were filed with Secretary of 'State Bill Christian. The: petitions have more-signatures than the valid ones needed to call an election. They.have almost-as many as the-. names on the constitutional reapportionment petition filed Dec. __ _T _____ 1__i___. _T__11 J 4-Tin ft-flfn [j. 28 and now being 1 Court. before the state Supreme problems with sufficient vigor or understanding. "Good sentiments are not enough if action is weak or am- the governor said in a speech prepared for delivery be- fore the Economic Club of Detroit. Basic Problems On the domestic scene, Rocke- feller said, the basic problem is the downward- trend in business profits and the lag in business capital investment due to inade- three months; Len Yarborough, executive vice president of the _________ _ i _ J A C.J .a i- 
                            

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