Aeronautics: Silencers

Two of the safest repositories for secrets of U. S. aviation are Charles A. Lindbergh and Orville Wright. Both have spent years successfully resisting efforts of newshawks to make them talk. Last week Airmen Lindbergh and Wright had a good chance to teach their secretiveness to others. They went to Washington for a meeting of the executive committee of the National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics, of which they are members. Laid before the committee was a complaint from the Navy and War Departments that secret aircraft developments submitted to the N.A.C.A. for research had leaked into the hands of foreign powers....

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