JAPAN: Cheaper, Swifter

Citizens of the U. S. and Japan viewed with keenly awakened interest last week the possibility that the press rate between the U. S. and Japan may soon be reduced from 27c a word to lOc a word through the efforts of the United Press Associations cooperating with the Radio Corporation of America.

Mr. K. A. Bickel, President of the United Press, called attention to the fact that ten years ago, when the press rate between Manhattan and Buenos Aires was 22c a word, the United Press carried an average of only...

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