Foreign News: Grey Owl Hushed

Even in the few countries where freedom of speech is still preserved radio broadcasts are officially or unofficially censored, often for interesting reasons. The dignified Government-controlled British Broadcasting Corp., during the great Coronation Naval review at Spithead last May, was shocked into cutting off the air an announcer who burbled "Damme! The fleet is all lit up!" (TIME, May 31). The offense which moved the censors on that occasion was obviously against sobriety. Last week BBC exercised its power of censorship again and Grey Owl, famed Ojibway of Prince Albert, Saskatchewan, who a...

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