GOVERNMENT: Shift in Power Policy

When President Eisenhower was asked at a press conference why he had refused to reappoint William R. Connole to the Federal Power Commission, he replied with unusual feeling: "I think I can find a better man." Last week, to replace Connole, the President named Brooklyn-born Thomas James Donegan, 53, a former FBI agent and member of the Subversive Activities Control Board, who helped present the evidence to federal grand juries that indicted Alger Hiss, William W. Remington and Judith Coplon. Also named to the FPC was Paul A. Sweeny, 64, a Democrat and Justice Department lawyer, who will fill...

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