William Taylor Bradford
I / ) was Alert' Plan Outlined for CAP Groups Ciillcr-Timcs News Service FALFURRTAS -- Approximately 100 persons', including representatives representatives of six Civil Air Patrol squadrons of this area, attended a meeting here yesterday of officers Capt. of the CAP squadron Angelo waa nost officer. The meet- at the Falfurias High Angood .01, School. A plan which will enable all squadrons in a 15-county area be alerted "on a monrjent'a notice" was presented by Maj. Wade ninglon, Corpus Christi. "These plans are coordinated with air search rescue but are j SorkcS out ao that t h e C tern-' ^ ^ called upon by civilian n 5 defense without delay or red tape," a | spokesman said today. : The use of CAP land rescue' lenis was discussed during the! presided. meeting at which Lt. Col. William ; T. Bradford, group commander, for Maj. William Parr anounced the procurement of blankets anil C11 supplies from the Air Force -- - .-- -- , . volunteers j Â» c d i s t r i b this area. Thereof Beeville a t l TM " ' bc cno ^ h b l a n k e t stretchers to be issued to c l ,,,,,,,, nt ,, ,,._ .. ruins will rescue team of each squadron, spokesman said.