The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 22, 1947 · Page 13
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 13

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MONDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1947 SEC to Consider Utility's Request S. Carolina Public Strvice Group Fights Power Company Sale PHILADELPHIA, Dec..22 (UP) — The Securities anrt exchange Commission today had under advlse- (•fnt. a request by the South Caro- *<m Public Service Authority for the Btc to hold oral arguments on the proposed sale of South Carolina Power Co. The authority, together with the City of Charleston, Is opposing the proposed sale to South Carolina Electric and Gas Co,, Columbia, for 510,200,000. South Carolina power Is a subsidiary of Commonwealth •fc Southern Corp. Richard M. Jcfferles, the Authority's counsel and general manager attacked the proposed sale and asked the SEC to disapprove It, contending It was "another attempt of privately-owned power companies to throttle publicly- owned projects." Common ownership of the two companle» "ends the probability of rate reductions in the two territories for several years," he told the SEC, adding that If the Authority was allowed to purchase Uio property "there would be an Immediate lo per cent rate reduction " The Authority's bid of $11,600000 for the subsidiary was rejected because of ."competitive reasons, according to Commonwealth President Justis R. Whiting in previous testimony. Gires Reasons "Public power and the federally- owned Clark Hill project are In my opinion the reasons why Commonwealth rejected the Authority's offer, Jefferles said as the government ended Its Invest!gatlon of ths ,<^-,e. x (Clark Hill is the site of a $45, 000,000 federal project on the Savannah River In South Carolina.) Jeffcries. also a South Carolina State Senator, charged' that ec- qulsitlon of South Carolina Power by the Electric and.Oas Company would not be in the public interest or for the benefit of consumers or Investors. If the proposed sale was consummated, he added, it would end the chance of rural electric cooperatives and municipalities In South Carolina Power's territory to acquire distribution facilities. In earlier testimony, J. M. Costello, vice president of South Carolina Electric and <3as said that if the. SEC approves the proposed sale a merger of the two companies might result. Commission Trial Examiner Willlam Swift took Jctfcries 1 request BIATHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Former Nazi Official Wants U.S. Lawyer NUERNBURG, Dec. 23 (UP) — An American military tribunal will hand down a ruling on whether,* former German official and ex-ambassador may be represented by a U. S, lawyer at a war crimes trlnl opening Jan, 6. TvveJitj'-one former German diplomats and ranking officials is governmental, financial, Industrial and propaganda quarters of Nazidom pleaded Innocent Saturday to war crimes charges. Among them was Baron Ernest von Welzsaecker, who requested he be represented by an American attorney. The Germans were arraigned before an American military tribunal headed by Judge William C. Christiansen of Red >VI»e, Minn. They were charged with responsibility for the war nnd with furthering the Nazi program at home und abroad. Baron Welzscecber, former state secretary and ambassador to the Vatican, applied through counsel for permission to be represented by an American lawyer. His appll- cation said Warren Mage* of Washington, D. C., was able and willing to txke the case «t once. Fabey Resigns WASHINGTON, Dec. 52 (UP) — President Truman Saturday accent cd the resignation of John H. Fahey as chairman of the Home Loan Bank board. Fancy, a member of the board for more than H years, said In H letter to Mr. Truman that he wanted to return to private life. 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