• ^THURSDAY, APRIL 1, 1949 Truman Orders Electric Survey Study of Extra PoW Needed for Preparedness Asked "'WASHINGTON, April i. (U p>_ Resident Truman yesterday ordered a survey of the extra electric Power necessary to meet defense iiCros, Cl^n P I e5 ,' del1t nict wlth G °»«>n Cozy and Warm Nourse. chairman or the Council of Economic Advisors. and Arthur M Hill eha.rman of the National Security Resources Botrd The president asked Clapp to as- rtM, i H C °, UnCl! and t!)e b ° a «l 1" • detailed study of the extra power needed [n what. Clapp called "the program Ior Clapp said he was "deeply concerned" about the power situation ij ^nnessee Valley where he said power consumption Is now . Asked if oiierations of the "ov- n'ToM 8 a( ° mlc energy plan ' at Oak Ridge, Tenn., were partly re- sponjlbls for the high power consumption nor, Clapp said; , "I cannot discuss Mint—we serve , r Oalc Hirtgc.". >* <p Concerned Only TVA Clapp said his talk with the president concerned only the Tennessee Valley but that he thought a similar power situation existed In other parts of the country. Clapp will turn over information to Nourse, whose council next week wil! make its first quarterly report (o the president on the state of the national economy. "And naturally, the preparedness program 1s the most important new factor in the economic picture " Nourse told reporters. Clapp said that the power situation was fairly simple to him. He said postwar industrial expansion In the TVA area had bocSled consumption to upprecedcnttd levels. "And now comes a program where we will need extra power to turn aluminum into airplanes," lie said. JSLYTHEVILLE (ARK.^COURTER NEW?" Russians to Require Visa for Travel in Zone Indicted Dairies Lower Milk Prices One Cent CHATTANOOGA. Term., Mar. 31. (UP)—Two more Chattanooga area dairies under federal Indictment for conspiracy to fix milk prices reduced their retail prices one cent 3ti quart today. < At the same time the Chattanooga area Milk Producers Association announced a decrease of five cents a pound on the wholesale price of butter fat to retailers. The two additional dairies, Grant-Patten and Associated Dai- Ailing babies and those born premalurely are sped on the road to recovery in the healthful atmosphere of these new incubator- bassinets, photographed at St. Francis Hospital, Peoria 111. Tlie portable bassinet with a special hqatins device, 1$ mode of transparent plastic with steel supports, making it easy for mother or nurse to watch the infant's progress. Ohio Red's Home Smashed by Boys In Raids at Night COLUMBUS, "o., AprM 1. (UP) — Franklin County's No. 1 Communist abandoned his house here today which a gang of about 30 youths from a milling crowd of fOOO persons literally ripped it apart in two imasfmig raids last night. Drivers of a moving van began taking furniture from the glass and rubble strtwn home of Frank Hashmall, executive secretary of the Communist Party for movement '.o an East Side storage firm. A woman who said she was a Communist but declined to Identify herself said the 28-year-old organizer would not leave Columbus. Hashmall, his wife and one-year-old daughter were not at home when the raids occurred. ries, joined Happy Valley Farms which announced its reduction yesterday. Reason for the reduction was given as lower grain prices and reduced production costs. Federal Court conVenes here April 26. Preliminary hearings for the five companies and seven individuals are expected to be held during the term. 2,700 Traffic Deaths Listed For February CHICAGO, April 1. (UP) — The National Safety Council reported yesterday thai 2,100 persons were killed in traffic accidents in February. The council said the number w»» about 340 higher than expected. The death total for the first two months of 1943 was 4230— a drop of ! eight per cent over the: same period a yaar ago. Cities showed an average increase in deaths of tour per cent, tin council's report slated. Preliminary fieurco for February from 44 slates reported decreases in 22 states', increases in 20, others and no change in two. The. largest city in the nation reporting a perfect record for the flivit two months of 1948 was New Haven. Conn. The next largest cities with no traffic, deaths were WichiU, Kan., and Bridgeport, Conn. Kansas City, Mo. was the largest city with a perfect record for February, followed by Norfolk, Va. »nd Grand Rapids, Mich. BERLIN. April I. (UW-RW.I. 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