Picked Up Along Editorial Airways
HOCUS POCUS and mumbo jumbo are meat and drink for most Congressmen, but few Congressional committees have been subjected to such a barrage of scientific abacadabra as was handed out by one Willis G. Waldo to the Senate Committee on Military Affairs at the hearings on S-1738, a “bill authorizing the establishment and authorization of a military aircraft engineering center to determine costs . . . and for other purposes . . ."