The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 29, 1949 · Page 3
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THURSDAY, SEPTEJrBER 23, 1949 Radar Defenses Put in Operation Air Force Officers Confirm Installations On East, West Coasts WASHINGTON, Sept. 20-(/P)— The Air Force said yesterday radar air defense systems are operating on both coasts of the United States and in Alaska. Beyond continuing tliclr existence, however, the Atr Force declined to give any details on the radar stations along the northwest and northeast costal areas. • Operation of 'the Pacific Northwest system was first disclosed In Seattle on Monday by newspaper reporters and Rep. Jackson (D- Wash) who.made a tour of defense Posts. The Air Force, In response ^questions, said a similar :sct- • ?5 Is working in the northeastern area. Although there was no direct Indication of the scope and efficiency of the radar spotting areas in detecting H possible sne'ak approach oi hostile planes, It is significant (hat the Air Force refers to them otily as "systems," Air Force" experts recently ha.ve emphasized that there is a decided Need of Foreign Markets for Farm Goods is Noted WASHINGTON, Sept, 29—Mi- Secretary of Agriculture Brannan said yesterday the American farmer's need of foreign markets makes President Truman's point four" foreign policy program vitally Important to agriculture. Brannan was the second cabinet member in as many days to endorse Mr. Truman's "bold new program" for lending U.S. technical and economic assistance to .the world's underdeveloped areas. The agriculture secretary explained his point to the House Foreign Affairs Committee: "As other countries benefit from the proposed program we will, of course, also benefit, prosperity must be shared to keep on being pros pbl'OUS." U.S. occupation troops In Kurope 'are served by 248 Red Cross field workers stationed nt 6! military posts and 15 hospitals. difference between a system and a true network. A network, they explained, Is a solid fence of radar stations, with their range so overlapped that any aircraft comin; across it would be detected. ARMS AID BOSS? —James 13iuce,'above, iiiternaliorial banker and diplomat, is reported to be President Truman's first choice to run the new military aid program. The 58-year-old- Blarylrmdcr, if he accepts the $16,000-a-year post, iviil have the job of arming Atlantic Pact nations for defense, Olivia Becomes Mama LOS ANOELES, Sept. 29. (/!>) _ Olivia De Jfarllland 1ms a new name'—nminmn. Benjamin Brlges Goodrich will be calling her that sor-. ' The eight-pound youngster was delivered by Caesarian'section yes- (erday. The actress, wife of novelist Marcus Aurellus Goodrich, has been ill and in bed almost continually since February. Benjamin, their llrjt chlldi Is named after Ills paternal great- great grandfather, a Texas pioneer. Neighborly Neighbors WYNNE, Ark., Sept. 29. ( ( 1>>—The iieishbors of Royal Parker, 21, are mighty neighborly. I'arkcr was stricken with polio In July and is still hospitaliiwd. He had no hope of being able to harvest the cotton crop on his 20 acres in the Sharps Chapel community. But about 05 of his neighbors came to the rescue. They've .il- ready harvested six bnljs and 935 pounds ol hi.s cotton fin! they're planning to keep on working until they finish the Job. BLYTHEVILLE (AUK.)' COURIER NEWS •I Vi'O mud icuti workers sire still sen stationed in.France. PAGE THEEB nse, : — field ' r '* e American Red Cross last rnnnv. ycar 5 ^ C]lt approximately $17,000,- lu °l«> 000 on its services to the armed I forces. American Red Cross ueiu —~ <,.*^,i -""-v.ng'ua.troo,,.^^^^™- c - I forcc.s. , 'SWKATKIl QUKEN' — Qcorgi Lcc of San Antonio. 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