William Taylor Bradford
and Hoser and Mrs. CAP Offers To Help Out i_ . M In Emergency Lt. Col. William T. Bradford, commander of Group 22 oÂ£ the Civil Air Patrol, last night offered Civil Defense Director Earl Dunn the personnel and facilities of the CAP in the event of an Dunn spoke to approximately 75 members of the Corpus Christi squadron and the group on the atomic explosion he recently witnessed witnessed in Nevada, . Dunn gave a description of the blast and showed slides of aircraft aircraft used in connection with the project and of News Knob where observers gather io witness blasts. Plans for closer cooperation in civil defense work were discussed by Alaj. John Bell of the CAP Maj. Roy L. Broyles of the State Guard. Approximately 15 members of Group 22 enrolled in the U. S. Air Force extension course program program during the meeting held Cuddihv Field.