Business: Code for Four

At NRA headquarters codification troubles do not vary in direct proportion with the number of units to be codified. Aluminum, which consists of Aluminum Co. of America, still has no code. Neither has the telephone industry. The communications industry—Western Union, Postal Telegraph and other International Telephone & Telegraph units, American Telephone's telegraph business and Radio Corp.—had no code until last fortnight when, after months of wrangling, General Johnson threw the foursome a ready-made one which needed only the President's signature. Last week the telegraph and radio companies and their big customers had...

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