The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 27, 1952 · Page 9
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

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TUESDAY, MAY 27, 1952 McGranery to Move Into Attorney General's 'Hot Position' Today BLYTHEVILU8 (ARK.) COURT!* By KARL BAUMAN WASHINGTON U5 — James Patrick McGranery moves Into ihe hot seat of attorney general today. Ceremonies malting him the nation's 61st attorney general were scheduled for 10 a.m. with; Chic/ Justice Vinson giving the oath of McGranery takes over at a lime | when the Justice Department is being investigated by a House: committee headed by Rci>. Chelf <D-Ky) and is under frequent nt- tncks bold in and out of Congress. McGranery. 56, gave up a federal judgeship in Philadelphia to take the job. His new post pays better — {22,500 compared with 415,800—but Us future is less certain. Federal judges are appointed for life. Truman indicated in a speech yesterday (hat one of his new attorney general's first jobs will be. to look into the private power com-' panics, which lha President said are spending millions and millions of dollars to poison people's minds against public power projects. Truman said he thinks he will ask McGranery to see if the corrupt Practices Act doesn't apply. This act bans politlcan contributions by corporations. When J. Howard McGralh was fired as attorney general and Mc- Granery was named to succeed him last April 3, McGrath wired .•Jsuccessor: "I suggest you bring aTpair of asbestos pants with you." But Rep. Keating (R-NY) said McGrancry's only chance to win '•tasting fame" is to forget about) the asbestos pants and brim; instead "a stiff new broom and a ' liberal supply of fumigator." Keating Is a member of (he House committee Investigating the Justice Department. Members of the committee have announced they want to confer with McGranery as soon ns possible, especially about their troubles In getting access to department records. iUcGranery has snid his first Job will be "to reslore the faith of the American people in the government of the United States, and it will be done completely by the Department of Justice." This means that any investigation of government wrongdoing will be In the hands of the FBI President Truman told a recent news conference (hat a cleanup of the federal government will take care of itself as soon as McGra- *n=ry gets into office. Yesterday, <?>Vuman said there is no such thing as corruption in the government The President said (here had been a few wrongdoers, but he had promptly fired them. TY/O Different Delegate Sets For Texans? MINERAL WELLS, Tex (/P) _ Scrapping Texas Rcp;ib!icans and Democrats were almost certain to- ' day to send two sets of delegates to each of the national conventions in Chicago In July. Delegates from Texas to he seated nt the national conventions will number 38 Republicans and 5' Democrats. Pro - Eisenhower Republican* snubbed last tiii'ht by the GOP Slate Executive Committee, plalim-d a 9:.10 a.m. meeting today. The Ikemen led bv H. J. (Jacl-> Porter, Houston oilman, set their meeting, billed by Porter as a "mass rally." across the street from the convention hnll-30 minutes be- ! fore (lie regular GOP meeting COM- venes, j Much the same situation existed ' at San Antonio, where Democrats! favoring the national adminis!"?- tion already had rented a hall for ' their expected w.jlltout. Camels with one hump are believed to have been one of the first animals to be domesticalcd. For that original I Bourbon taste... en joy JAMES E. the original Kentucky Bourbon (B»r» witfc tte Rspybflc 1780) ... And the talk of the town is today's low price for a Outvalues them all. forrbominess^ I comfort, safety, visibility. Stop in today and see the ;52 DODGE-the "car buy of the year! Kentucky Straight Bourbon 3G proof, Also available in Bottled in Bond 100 Proof • !>5! IWK l.Htnil CO, liUNCTGH IT.. BLYTHEVILLE MOTOR COMPANY Walnut & Fiist BIythevillt NO DOWN PAYMENT Goodyear Delivers Your Refrigerator NOW! You Make First Payment In 30 Days! ERMS! General 8 Ft. R Electric All the Modern Conveniences At a Very Low Price NO ••% MONEY DOWN We Deliver Immediately $ PAY ONLY 12 Monthly Genera! ^p Electric 8 Ft. Refrigerator Extra Features Makes This One of America's Best Values MONEY DOWN We Deliver Immediately 269 95 PAY ONLY 12 96 Monthly General ^^F Electric 8 Ft. Refrigerator The Finest In Refrigeration \ All the GE Exclusive Features ] 95 MONEY DOWN We Deliver Immediately 356 PAY ONLY 17 12 Monthly BIG TRADE-IN ALLOWANCES WE CARRY OUR OWN PAPER GOODXYEAR " TIRES GOODYEAR 410 W. Main SERVICE STORES Phone 2492

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