The Press: Walter, Walter, Sometimes Right

Last week Walter Winchell rushed into type with the lowdown on those saucers in the sky (see NATIONAL AFFAIRS). They were flying wings, said Walter; he knew all about it, including details of a Montana crash. Wrote Winchell: ". . . in 1943 an American firm . . . pioneering in jet-propulsion planes sent an experimental test ship through the so-called supersonic wall. In other words ... it was traveling in space ahead of itself. . . . The plane was not heard of again for more than three weeks, when it was found crashed somewhere in lower Montana. The pilot...

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