Radio: Cloud & Sunshine

No matter which way he turned last week, Arthur Godfrey appeared to be in trouble. The Civil Aeronautics Board had given him ten days to answer the charges of careless flying made against him by the CAA. If Godfrey admitted thai: he had deliberately buzzed the control tower at New Jersey's Teterboro Airport, he was almost certain to be disciplined (by reprimand, fine, suspension or revocation of his private pilot's license). If. on the other hand, he could come up with no better excuse than the one he had used in his broadcast—that...

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