William Taylor Bradford
Mexican Ai r Cadets To Visit Here 2 Days Five outstanding flying cadets!viewed in the evening on Station from .Mexico, accompanied by two escorts, will a r r i v e in Corpus KVDO and will wind up their stay in Corpus Christ! with a hayride, Christ'by air at 10 a.m. Wed-!wiener roast and swimming party nesda'y, Aug. 4, for a two-day visit, on Padre Island. here in the annual Cadet Exchange Program sponsored by the C i v i l AirP..trbl. The cadets are Enrique P. Castro, Castro, 20; Antonio J. Abimerhi, 19; Jose A, Vega, 24; Ignacio G. Torres, Torres, 18, and Federico R. Espinbsa, 16. The escorts are Lt. J ^ o r g e The party will l e a v e moniing for the return las' and from there will go back' Washington and on to New York. In the Cadet Exchange Program, Cadet Lt, Billy. Mwry of the Corpus Corpus Christi Squadron is now 3n Sweden and Cadet Lt. Sarah Long-' mire^of Woodsboio, a member of the Refugio County Squadron, returned returned Sunday after a tour of the Hawaiian Islands. Tejada of the Mexican Air Force, and Guillermo P. Arguelles, chief of the.Office at Airports, CAA, and professor of aeronautical engineer- ng in 'Polytechnic National Institute Institute and the University of Mex:o. Mex:o. The visiting cadets will be met at the Naval Air Station by Lt. Col. W. T. Bradford, command- ng officer of Group 22, Texas Wing of Civil Air Patrol: Maj. Ruth Mary Garoutte, CAP senior senior escort and MaJ. R. C. Shaw and Capt. R. J. Thode, U. S. Air Force escorts. Entertainment for the cadets vill start with a tour of the King lanch Wednesday following lunch and they will remain there for a barbecue dinner as guests of the ranch. Thursday morning they will be aken for a tour of the Naval Air Station. The cadets will l}e inter- Los Angeles Kidnaper Kilbd After younding Hostage LOS ANGELES W--A gunman kidnaped a physician and his wife Police identified him as Jack B Lyons, 39. They said record? in their own car ]ast night, forced .showed he was arrested here them to oU-ive about for two hours, [1939 in a burglary case wounded the 'doctor in the arm and was shot and killed by police. Dr. Albert N. Anton, 4S, Beverly Hilis clinic obstetrician and gynecologist, gynecologist, was wounded. His wife Pauline, 40. told of a tense half hour alone with the gunman gunman while her husband tried to cash a check to meet the kidnaper's kidnaper's demand for 5200. Pontiac, Mich., in 13-13 in a'forgery investigation. 'Â· - ; . The doctor and his wife had dined late at a Wilshire Boulevard cafe. When they entered their car, the gunman rose up from the back seat. They drove to a drugstore drugstore at Wilshire Blvd. and Western Western Ave., where the manager, Earl Clone, gave Dr. Anton $57, tipped police, and followed the vie- rpr. , , f i "i. r"-"- r **Â·'Â·Â·Â»-Â«-Â» utii* i w i n y i i ^ u i_ucr v H-. ine mother of six children said | tims' car to a nearby she talked of everything she could think of. "He took my engagement ring and told me I could.have it back when he got the money," she related. The ring was found rtH*U__t_*__ Â· . . ' on the slain man's finger. Dr. Anton was shot as he rolled from his car. Police Â· detectives! closed in and killed the kidnaper! as he fled after firing a bullet! into the police car inches above; one officer's head..