William Taylor Bradford
Norwegian Cadetsj To Visit Here As CAP Guests Five Norwegian Air Force cadets, accompanied by two senior! o f 1 i c e r s in T7Â«Â«Â«n itMlT irinif VlOT-o j Force, will visit here tomorrow as guests oÂ£ Wing 22 of the Air Patrol, Lt. Col. W. T. Bradford, Bradford, commanding officer of 22, said. The cadels are on an exchange program carried on by CAP foreign air forces. Norwegian cadets this year were assigned to Texas wing. They will spend a month in the slate, observing civilian as well as military activities, Col. Bradford said. Two U. S. Air Force planes, piloted by Air Force officers, to arrive at the Naval Air with the guests at 9 a.m. The visitors will lake a tour of the station and tomorrow after-] noon will be shown local sights r Â«^nd^ -- XTflSr^ Jersey Farm A ICPC'I pa-Iy Padre Island will "be given for thom lomon-ow nic-h. v-Mh wdrls from various citieiTin'ihc wing tcndiiif;.