Television: The Glass Curtain

Arthur Godfrey summoned newsmen to the presidential suite of San Francisco's Sheraton-Palace Hotel last week and let them in on a few things. To keep CBS out of "jeopardy" over his strong views supporting manned bombers against guided missiles, said Godfrey, he has adopted a "self-imposed censorship" on his radio and TV shows. He admitted that his plans for the nation's defense—which he got down on hands and knees to illustrate with a table knife on the carpet —have already queered Godfrey himself with the Administration.

"I haven't been invited to the White House in two years," he said, lifting the curtain...

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