Business: TIME CLOCK, Mar. 29, 1954

A FIGHT is shaping up over who will boss TVA when Gordon Clapp's term expires in May. To support their plea to keep Clapp, a delegation of TVA area residents headed by S. (for States) R. (for Rights) Finley of Chattanooga, handed President Eisenhower a stack of petitions bearing 60,321 signatures. But Eisenhower wants an administrator with a less New-Dealish background. Likeliest candidate: Chattanooga egg dealer and longtime GOPolitician, Harry C. Carbaugh.

ELECTRONIC ranges, which can cook a 16-lb. turkey in an hour and 15 min., will soon be put on the market for...

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