Trust Busted

With hardy enthusiasm the National Food Products Corporation pushed its propaganda a month ago (TIME, Feb. 15). It had incorporated itself in Maryland for a potential value of $2,000,000. It was to hold securities in food producing and distributing companies, to purchase and sell securities and to underwrite securities of companies in which it would hold an interest. Its ramifications would be wide, its profits alluring. Three hundred seventy thousand shares at $45 were to be offered at once, for payment the middle of February.

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