William Taylor Bradford
19 Take First Aid Refresher Course Classes To Organize Here Monday Nineteen more Williamson County first aid instructors are now qualified for teaching classes classes as a result of a three-hour Red Cross refresher course given last night in Georgetown by Harris Burton, field representative representative of the American Red Cross. This brings to around twenty- five the number of instructors all over the county. The course was originally scheduled to be held in Taylor. But since there were only two instructors in Taylor Taylor who needed to be brought up to date, the course was given where seventeen in that area needed to take the course. Taylorites taking the course were H. T. Alexander and Mrs. Kenneth Mann. T. W. Holmstrom. Holmstrom. of Taylor, Williamson County Chairman of the Red Cross, has reported that first aid classes all over the county are getting under way in earnest. Taylor Classes First classes in Taylor will start Monday night at 7:30 at the Civil Air Patrol clubhouse at Municipal Airport. In this connection the Williamson County County chapter of the Red Cross anc! the local CAP are cooperating in the use of their facilities and personnel. Everyone who can possibly at tend on Monday nights are asked to take the 18-hour first aid course. Several classes, depending depending on the number who come out, will be organized Monday night. Henry T. Alexander and W. T. Bradford are in charge of organizing and conducting the classes here. Mr. Alexander. Thomas Springate, Rev. W. A. Irvin, and Harry Gilstrap have French Iroops Standing Fast North Of Hanoi PARIS, Jan. 17. (/Pi—The latest word from Indo-China is still that French troops are standing fast north of Hanoi. They’re under under attack by a Communist-led rebel force of some 25,000 regular troops. The outcome of the battle could decide the future of Indo- China, since a French victory might break the backbone of rebel resistance. Or the capture capture of Hanoi might put the French in an untenable position. been lined up to teach the classes. It has been emphasized that the classes are not only for men. Mr. Burton said every housewife housewife should know something about first aid. The classes will run for several weeks until the full 18 hours of Instruction have been given. Mr. Burton said last night that everyone should carry in his automobile an army blanket and a first aid kit for use in case of disaster. He emphasized the necessity of keeping people clear of wrecks and those injured. Instructors Qualified to teach first aid in the county are Mrs. Irene Arning, Arning, H. T. Alexander, Mrs. Kenneth Kenneth Mann, Rev. W. A. Irvin, Tom Springate, Harry Gilstrap and A. O. Schier, all of Taylor. S. “Red” Allen, Mrs. Edna Mae Helms, Miss Agnes Ericson, Paul J. Groody, Charles Davis, Mrs. Addie B. Crawford, Irene Sullivan, Sullivan, Mrs. Flora Lang Ray, Mrs. Virginia Holmquist, Mrs. Ray Engvall and C. A. Forbes, all of Georgetown. Also, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. McLendon McLendon of Liberty Hill, Fred Caffey of Round Rock, J. T. Ward and Clytus Caskey of Florence.