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CONTU CITED Federal Trade Offers New Evidence Urging Curb on Groups. By the Associated Press. Charges that some holding compa nies exert great control over utilities in which they have little capital in vested were mustered by the Trade Commission yesterday behind its recent recommendations for regulation of such corporations. , Making public additional informa tion in support of its suggestions to Congress, the commission cited the United Corp. as an “outstanding il lustration of a super-holding company organization.,‘ Big Network Created. This company, the commission said, was organized in January, 1929, by J. P. Morgan & Co., In association with Bonbright & Co., Inc. Eventually the report said, United Corp. found ‘ Itself practically in control of a net work of utilities which extended, with only one important break, from the Great Lakes and the St. Lawrence River to the Gulf of Mexico. The commission pointed out that United had only 3.9 per cent of the total voting power in Consolidated Gas Co., of New York, yet “practical control of the general policies of Con Xblidated Gas was admitted by repre sentatives of the United Corp. during the Investigation.” Influence “Great.” The importance of banking influ ence in the utility field was termed “very great.” “If the banking interests should be come interested in any particular in dustry in a given locality,” the com mission said, “it is conceivable that their influence might be exerted in favor of that interest and to the pos sible detriment of conflicting inter ests. * * * “Economic history usually indicates that wherever such situations exist regulation in the public interest be comes necessary in order so to control concentrated power as to prevent its abuse, and by the same token becomes increasingly difficult.” WIDE DISTRIBUTION OF INDUSTRY URGED Partnersliip of Government and Business Advised to Attain Decentralization. By the Associated Press. A “partnership” between Govern ment and business to bring about maximum decentralization of indus try was recommended to Congress in a report published yesterday by Gar diner C. Means, economic advisor to the Department of Agriculture. Asserting that more than half of aU manufacturing now is carried on by 200 large corporations, the report stressed the “inflexibility of prices in Industries in which active competi tion is present.” It held that farm prices were sub ject to many disturbing factors while industrial prices were stable, and con tended that the banking system had failed to meet requirements. MAYOR IS CONVICTED IN HIT-AND-RUN CASE By the Associated Press. SAN DIEGO. Calif., February 2.— Mayor Rutherford B. Irones was con victed of a hit-and-run charge by a Superior Court jury yesterday. Irones was charged with being the driver of a big motor car that strucki the automobile of George N. Pickett, | aviation machinists’ mate, here last November 23. Mrs. Pickett was in jured seriously. The mayor, the charge stated, drove away without stopping to render aid. Witnesses at Irones’ preliminary hearing identified the mayor as the driver of the machine, bought for him by the city. The jury of 10 women and 2 men deliberated 40 minutes. Wed 50 Years MR. AND MRS. GEORGE HENRY WINSLOW. —Edmonston Photo. RECEPTION TO MARK j HALF CENTURY WED Couple to Celebrate Anniversary Tuesday at Home—Came to D. C. in 1907. Mr. and Mrs. George Henry Wins low will celebrate their fiftieth wed ding anniversary Tuesday at their home, 612 D street northeast, where they will hold a reception for their friends. The couple was married at Gilbert ville. Mass. Mr. Winslow, 71 years old, Is a native of Ware, Mass., and Mrs. Winslow, 69, before her marriage Miss Mary Alice Greenwood, is a na tive of Camden, N. J. The Winslows came to Washing ton in 1907 when Mr. Winslow was transferred here by the Railroad Y. M. C. A. to install a branch at the Union Station, He was active in Y. M. C. A. work until retiring in 1923. Both Mr. and Mrs. Winslow are active in church work, the former being an elder in the Eastern Pres byterian Church. Mr. Winslow is a member and former secretary of the Washington Kiwanis Club and active in the Ma sonic fraternity. He also is a mem ber of the Monday Evening Club and the Railroad Square Club. Mr. and Mrs. Winslow have one son, Sidney Harvey Winslow of Pittsburgh, Pa., and three grandchildren. TRUSTY SURRENDERS — Admits He “Walked Out’' of Michigan Penitentiary. LITTLE ROCK, Ark., February 2 iJP).-—A man identifying himself as Edward L. Anderson, 26, escaped trusty from the Michigan State Peni tentiary at Jackson, Mich., yesterday surrendered to a detective and re quested that he be returned to finish his sentence in the northern prison. Anderson was quoted by officers as saying he ‘'walked out” while serving a sentence of from 2l/2 to 5 years. 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