Business: Jam & Cheese

Jam. Crosse & Blackwell jams are famed in England, but known in the U.S. only to epicures. If the company had factories in the U. S. and Canada and if it employed skilled advertising agencies, it would sell untold numbers of jars & cans of jams and other preserves, just as the solidly established U. S. firms, like H. J. Heinz Co. and Libby, McNeill & Libby, do. Such expansion requires money, which might be raised by sale of Crosse & Blackwell stock. To do that, company directors last week asked their stockholders' permission....

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