Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on May 30, 1952 · Page 3
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 3

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Friday, May 30, 1952
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NMTHWBT MKANSAS TIMCS. Nry*M*v!lb, Arfc.RM.. Friday, Ma; 9S» Department Seeks Importation Of Farm Workers Washington - (/PI - America's* healthy appetite for meat, milk and poultry products will be only partly satisfied, the Agriculture Department says, if the nation t doesn't get more farmers. Food demands are growing by leaps and bounds, but the number of workers on farms is going down. The department is urging Congress to allow 300,000 special immigrants -- mostly experienced . farm workers in Europe--to enter during the next three years. The department says livestock j farming -- particularly dairying- is having an especially difficult time getting capable and experienced workers to take over tasks being left by Americans going into the armed services and into better-paying industrial jobs. Official surveys indicate that W e s t e r n Germany, Italy, T h e Netherlands, Greece and several other European countries, have many excellent, experienced f a r m ! workers who cannot find produc-' To Attend Girls State First iu Fayetteville OUR BOOKS ARE CLOSED -- charges made tomorrow will not appear till your July statement. ·-- I i f-*^ - ' i)*^^ h or Her Graduation -'*«$ *: r /v live employment and would like " ' " L TM* ! ^^^^""^"^B*»fcl.#.. to come to this country. I Ecnionville--Carol Ann Wapner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Don Wag- Farm population in the U. S. is ner - a n d Bobby B u t h - daughter of Mr .and Mrs. Bill Buth, have been I now about six million under 1940 ielectcd lo attend the annual Girl's Slate at Camp Robinson from June ' afi£ prospects are for a continuing i s to 15 - Ml£S Wagner is sponsored by the Bentonville Ameriran Legion J dfcline. Auxiliary. Miss Buth is sponsored by the PTA. Both girls were juniors ' Secretary of Agriculture Bran- «i BentonviHc this past year. nan says the U. S. needs the European farmers and could use them without adverse effect, on employment conditions in this country, says that, contrary to claims of some opponents of larger immigration quotas, he doesn't believe these would result in lower wages or in displacement of Americans.. The secretary says American farmers are prepared to pay wages prevailing in their communities for qualified workers. ijGreafer Pittsburgh Airport Is Aviation Showplace; Hotel And Night Club Included . McGranery Holds Resignations Of Top Assistants Washington-l/PI-All the top men in the Justice Department have handed in their resignations, Pittsburgh-(/P)-An air traveler's dream comes true Saturday when the Greater Pittsburgh Airport- second largest commercial field in the world, throws open its modernistic doors. In this aviation showplace, you can find almost anything: you would in a good- sized city--except houses. There's a hotel, bank, post office, scores of stores, night club, dance floor and restaurant among its conveniences. The 33 million dollar airport boasts a seven-story, gleaming white terminal which requires a i staff of 81 persons just to operate.' The in - million - dollar terminal but that doesn't necessarily mean h TM? cs som1 2 ' 50 ? P"I' le ' counting i they will be leaving soon. James I 01 TM n = personnel, store employes P. McGranery, who took office as i n n d thc Ilke ' attorney general Tuesday, called ' The huge airport is second in for the resignations. ' s i z c nnl y tr New York's Idlewild. Most, but not all, attorneys gen- i '* i s 2 ^ times as big as LaGuardia eral in the past have taken the I Ficld in New York. The airport same course. The idea is to give j wi " he dedicated Saturday as an the new boss a free hand in mak- i opening feature of Pittsburgh's ing whatever changes he might i Welcome Week--an industrial and desire. i civic open house. The undated resignations were I On 1,600 Acre Plot sent to McGranery, but were addressed to President Truman. Mc- i county aviation director. Finger- shaped passenger loading docks will be able to accommodate 30 | big planes at a time. A 360-foot paved loading platform at the end of several miles of runways and taxiways boasts a deck of sightseers, parking places for 5,000 cars and a 250-foot underpass. Elevators, escalators and stairways wait to whisk the traveler upstairs to a 70-room hotel if he i has to stay over. While waiting he I can visit the restaurant, dance j floor or nightclub. The big terrnin- | al even has provision for a cus- i toms office against the day when| global flights start and end in; Pittsburgh. 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