William Taylor Bradford
allowed 4300 the DSNNER-DAHCE TONIGHT Turkish Cadets on Of Texas Arrive Here A group of, Turkish air cadets and their escorts flew into Corpus Christi late yesterday for a two- day visit as part of the international international Cadet Exchange sponsored by the Air Force. The group will be honored at a dinner-dance tonight at the Officers Officers Club at Cabaniss Field. Guests of the Civil Air Patrol while in Texas, the group includes Erten Tarker, Remzi Morcol, Enver Enver Gencer, Necdet Alcigin , and Tevkik Tuiun, young Turkish air cadets; and their escorts, Madame Sahiba Gokcen, one oÂ£ Turkey's foremost women pilots and stepdaughter stepdaughter of the founder of the Turkish republic; Latif Akuzum, vice president of the Turkish Air League and a deputy in the Turkish Turkish congress, and Maj. Cevat Akman Akman of the Turkish Air Force. Accompanying' the group to Corpus Corpus Christi were Maj. Leo Byrd, commander of a Dallas CAP squadron; Maj. Jean R. Howard, of the Texas Wing of the CAP; Maj. Rudolph C. Shaw, recently- appointed Air Force advisor and liaison for the Texas CAP Wing, and Capt.. Rube Theaud, of the Air Force, The visitors were officialls greet ed upon landing at Naval Air Station by Capt. John F. Greenslade, commanding officer. Others in welcoming party included Lt. Col. Wm. T. Bradford, commander Group 22, CAP, and other CAP officers The visitors were officially.greet in an Air'Force plane. Before coming here, they were received by Gov. Allan Shivers in Austin. The governor made tho Turkish cadet's."honorary cadet's."honorary citizens" of Texas. The dinner-dance at the Cabaniss Field Officers Club tonight will sponsored by the local CAP. This afternoon, the Turkish visitors were scheduled to lour the Refinery here. This morning they were guests of Maj. Byrd on liis yacht, which is based on Corpus Christl's bavfront.