The Press: Malaya Sequel

Secretary of the Navy Frank Knox last week showed that the Administration has more than one way to skin a cat. On the ultra-public arrival of the crippled British battleship Malaya in New York harbor (TIME, April 14), he delivered merely a smart left-hand rebuke to newspapers which published the fact—without hint of reprisal. But last week, at his instigation, the Civil Aeronautics Board went after the license of the commercial pilot who flew a New York Daily News photographer out to snap the Malaya. Charge: flying too low over city and harbor.

Said the News: "We submit that . . ....

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