William Edward Bradford
WILL LEAVE IN JULY Local Youth To Get CAP Trip to Europe Bill K. Bradford. 16. has been chosen by the Texas Wing of Civil 1 Air Patrol as a "representative American buy" t 0 spend a month in Europe this summer wider the' CAP Cadet Exi'hanRe progidm He is the son or Mr. and Mrs. j W. T. Bradford. 336 Brooks Drivel and will be a junior at Roy Miller High School next fall. Bill was nominated by the Tav- lor, Texas CAP while he was attending school there this spring. The Bradfords formerly lived in Corpus Christi and Bill went to Menser and Oak Park Schools. When he was in the sixth guide his father, auditor for Taylor Ref i n i n g Co.. was transferred 10' BILL K. BRADFORD Taylor. They moved hack in April. ;,. 3 r|r-t r n c a m p m c n t a t International Program i A i r Force Base at San An^elo. By Tlip Cadet Exrhansv is x\\ in- Â· '"'"^'^S "s one of the top 10 trrnational Rood will ' p r o K r a n. '" t h e - sla !Â° " ' - screening for sponsored by CAP. Each state may i chang-e tour. select an outstanding boy to spend! This took place in Dallas, where a month in some European coun- i he was interviewed by civilian try participating in the exchange,; military personnel and judged j ! j i j U i I a j ^ _ de w ~ s e I J R i b l '' European ex- ; ' and in the meantime boys from those countries are visiting here. upon general knowledge, personal appearance and bearing, and flight training-. BIRTHS Youths from Norway. Sweden, and Switzerland are to come to Texas, but Bill does not know yet where he will be sent. That will be decided during a session in Washington, D. C. for "briefing'' "~~~~~~~~~ on the countr.es and training m M[ ._ a m j M r p E _ S)|]i Jr-i dlp , Innliu ''- 3714'neynoM. are parents of a Kill is tn leave l a t e in J u l y and d a u g h t e r born will be gone six weeks. The Air Hospital. Force will transport the cadets to nnd from Europe. Each hoy will i Mr . n n f i Mrs . M j. Wilson, SSI- be assigned, alone, to the home of i Hampshire, announce thÂ« birth pome air cadet family in the coun-! a daughter June 30 at Spohn Hos try he is to visit; his mission willl 'p^ a i be to learn how the people live i find in turn acquaint his hosts with I A son WRg bm , n June ,, at s hn life in America. Hospital to Mr. and Mrs. Gra.dj lo- Ati j Young Bradford entered the CAP cadet program soon after his 15th birthday on Jan. 3, 1950, and last summer was sent by the Taylor CAP squadron for training at the Clark. 435 Clifford. Mr. and Mrs. George P. Ellington. 4S."3 Cheryl Drive, a r e v par c-nU of a son born June 10 a' Spohn Hospital.