The Press: Price Control

U.S. newsmen, fully recognizing the need of censorship codes for wartime news, have long been irked by the way the U.S. codes were maltreated. Last week they found they were in good company. Genial, rolypoly U.S. Censor Byron Price was irked, too.

Censor Price announced that the codes (because of the improvement in the Allies' war prospects) would be relaxed in several particulars. He also announced that the crowd of volunteer cooks who had been sticking their spoons into the censorship broth would now go back and sit down. He meant the Army & Navy security officers, war plant pressagents, a...

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