SHIPPING: Indirect Aid

With the idea of a ship subsidy having apparently gone into permanent eclipse, the Shipping Board is casting about for other methods of rendering aid to American shipping. It announced last week that it favors preferential tariff rates on goods shipped on American vessels.

It fell to the lot of Wesley Livsey Jones, Republican Senator from Washington, Chairman of the Senate Commerce Committee and official senatorial sponsor of the Harding subsidy plan of a year ago, to introduce in the Senate some suitable plan. His plan is represented...

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