Business & Finance: Deals & Developments

Bridge Bids. Last week a bid of $10,494,000 won for McClintic-Marshall, Bethlehem Steel Corp.'s new subsidiary, the job of constructing the superstructure for San Francisco's Golden Gate Bridge. Close behind was Columbia Steel, United States Steel Corp.'s subsidiary, whose bid was $182,000 higher. For the construction of the approach spans, Columbia Steel's winning bid of $996.000 was $97,400 under McClintic-Marshall's.

Pipe Order. Youngstown Sheet & Tube Co. received an order for 41.000 tons of steel pipe, called 1,000 men back to work.

$20,000,000 Refund. Six months ago...

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