News story about Robert G. Crawford, husband of June David in 1949
Â·to spend J50.000.000 this fiscal year on construction of a radar "fence" across the northern reaches of the North Atlantic continent. He nald $08,600.000 of the total funds would go for facilities for research and development. Call Received by Capt. Crawford Maxwell AF base, AJn., reports Captain Robert G. Crawford of 1358 Washington. ORdcn. has been recalled from detached service with the artillery school, Fort Bliss. Texas. He served as commandinB officer of the air force detachment of that bn3e. Crawford, a former student of Snow college, Ephralm, entered active active service with the Utah national guard In March. 1041. Prior to that time, ho was employed as a Â·alesman by Â» b u i l d i n g llrm of Salt Lake City, He was commissioned commissioned In 1942 as an nrmnrncnt and nunnery officer and d u r i n g the war served 35 aerial Runncry In structor in the Aleutian Island, w i t h the 404th bombardment ron. Reverting to Inactive status he're-enlisted in the air force shortly thereafter was recalled to active duty as a captain in 1948 Movie Club Will View New Film A feature ot the monthly mcet- g of the Ogden Movie club tonight at eight in the Utah Power auditorium will be a showing oÂ£ he new forest service film. "More Than Timber in Trees," according .o George L. Nichols, president. As part of the discussion rjcriod. members and visitors arc invited to bring one recent personal film /or review and comment. All a t e u r movie makers are invited to attend.