William Taylor Bradford
she i j b o f o i o i t vmvs., Area CAP Group Attends Meeting s n . strength Â»..-. t*, IÂ« ~ her Civil Air Pairol history here, last niRht utlendi'd a special meeting of Group 2' and squadrons In this nren nt CAP hmdciiarter.s, tier she world all only un- i-n 'herTM!' ?,, in hy Field. Air Force Ca-pt. Frank B, ICep- ner. Jr.. who heads Aviation Cadet Cadet Selection Team 203 from Lnrk- Lee J. Cobb Admits Being Former Red WASHINGTON, Sept. 30. (AP)-Actor (AP)-Actor Lee ,T. Cobb described himself himself as a former Communist in testimony made public by the H o u s e U:i-AmencÂ«n Activities Committee. The committee yesterday disclosed disclosed testimony taken last June at its closed-door investigation of Reds in southern California. land Air Forre Bnse, spoke on tlio history and organization of the Air Force and also discussed the nossibiliUes in tho Air Force for CAP cndets. A CAP cadet certificate Is presently presently accepted as the equivalent two years college work for entrance entrance into the Air Force cadet program, Kepner said. A cartoon, "Spirit of the Air Age," was shown by the cadet selection team. Attending with Kepner were M-Sgt. William Higgins Higgins and S-Sgt. J. Bennett. Lt. Col. William T. Bradford, who commands Group 22, opened the meeting and discussed plans for a giant practice search mission mission to be flown out of Austin in the near future. Capt. Gene Wall, who commands the Alice CAP squadron, attended with cadets and tho all-girl cadet cadet night from Alice. Texas State Guard Col. A. A. Cooper of Woodsboro attended as a representative of that organization. organization. Cooper is state communications communications officer for the guard.