William Taylor Bradford
Area CAP Units Put on Alert Civil Air Patrol members In S'uecss and 14 other area counties last night were alerted to watch the skies and report any unusual objects to Lt, Col, 'w. T. Bradford, Bradford, group commander. Bradford alerted CAP personnel after a meeting here last jnight with his staff. *: Maj. John R. Wattes, CAP public information officer, announced that classes In .aircraft identification identification lor menibers ;Of the patrol win begin immediately to familiarize familiarize them with the various of planes so they will not be confused with other objects. "It's obvious that there is something something tangible in the air and the patrol dpes not belittle the Wattlee said. He indicated that' direct orders from the Air Force may soon received to put spotter aircraft in the air.