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   Clovis News-Journal (Newspaper) - May 26, 1963, Clovis, New Mexico                                HARVEST CROFILM SERVICE SALES TEXAS 0 0 H h Sees it nsion million wai iroHJng 6ut plansfor aft addltionalyartU Friday and his report de noted only 6f bptimlsrn for the tftne railroad both on the national Marth fi6led the need for more car clijitilrtg facilities In lie Clo vls yards arid plans call for the dollar expansion projectto cover this the1 Snnia Fe had an expenditure of million to the west end of the Clovis This as Ernest during Ihe quartet1 million dollar expan sion This planned expenditure is in a general capital outlay for the pro1 sprawling liridt nitd does not Include routine expansion and maintenance said The Santa Fc president was In titovli News torvlevved after an Inspection tour currently Is of the Increasingly spacious project was carried out in con junction with the Mull Street over pass The expansion soon to be will include further cleaning facilities for freight cars arid most Of which are utilized for of potash nnd other slmilat Included in the project will be an extension of nnd the Setting up of a new type of cleaning The new cleaning which will be set in the vicin ity of the rip track operations will utilize a high pressure water This and other related expan sions amounting lo a quarter mil lion dollar expansion are definite ly said Marsh add this facility will speed up and Increase efficiency in the cleaning Bui and general work for the Santa Fe does not end Marsh Added repair facilities for box are in the planning Marsh Our work here is well taken care Noting the overall and freight volume has i ri c r ease Marsh said approximately 590 mil lion spenttluoughoutMhe system this year alone for im irovements and expansions Marsh added this figure be twice the nmount spent duringthe railroads last fiscal year for im prove nymts in the widespread Also for he noltow distant future is continued work on i a new microwave communications The system is expected lo provide communiealtons wlthoti telephone poles and givittg t hf company added Nearly million are lo bo put info the microwave part ol which has already been We have one of lh largest private communications in he United salt On the all system the San See MARSH Page 2 All truth Is and nothing else U sofej and he who keeps back the or withholds It from from motives of Is either a coward or a or Max IHLAW SOLUTION LONDON fUPfJ A newspaper advertisement today proclaimed1 another solution lo the mother InJaw a new house on a select eslate whore your elderly relatives can be accommodated nearby in new block of YOUR FREEDOM NEWSPAPER 85 48 UPI LEASED WIRES NEW MAY 40 Pages Today DAILY OB SUNDAY lOc ousa LONGLONG LINE This was but a small part of more Swift Packing Plant Here the crowd is patiently than persons who visited the open house at the new waiting the doors to open and the tour to Head ing the tour of the modern white building was Governor Jack Porter Swift and Er nest Santa Fe plus many other dig Nazis Battle In NEW YORK r climbed to a speakers German American section of YorkviBe to drum up support against Jews and Police anticipated trouble and hurling rottua eggs platform set up on flic WKJ Overripe tomatoes at six there were an estimated members of an Amerfwm Nazi angry held back by po C Saturday smashed through Hce police and Jiladole was Hanked by fhr whelmed the storm fh it In Nazi green German SS msignin on stiffly at at tention Mftdole began to Before he had more than a few the crowd became infuriated and peppered the Nazis i eggs and 10 mounted policemen intol Jnck New York state the area to reinforce 115 foot paj commander of the Jewish War I trolmen and led a flyingwedge By the time James 11 Madolp j charge through the police oarri of Mtlfproclaimed SCB BATTLE Page S Notes To Nikita WASHINGTON UPI The United States and Britain were working Saturday In letter to Soviet Premier Mkita Khrshchcv proposing a of high level in Moscow in an attempt to break the Geneva nuclear test ban There WM no question of a summit but rather a series of conferences among Western and viet and top The object Is to convince Khrushchev that more Important than the number of onstte cheatproof in spections Is the way in which the inspectors would be allowed to carry out their Authoritative sources said Khrushchev recently had written President Kennedy and British Prime Minister Harold Macmillan rejecting and British efforts at Geneva to drop ihe time being the question of the number of onsite Instead they wish to con centrate upon the rules and regulations that would gov ern the carrying out of the Pontiff Disregards His Doctors VATICAN CITY UPI A seriously JU Pope John XXffi is disregarding doctors orders and continuing work In an effort to keep his illness from slowing up the Ecumenical Vatican sources said These sources said the 87year old auffering from a re of a chronic stomach dis order thai has caused internal will not heed doctors pleas to rest and They said ihe is afraid that any letup in his efforts could result in the postponement of the second ses sion of the historic sched uled to open In Peters Basilica on As a Pope John has been working on documents and papers dealing with council work despite orders lhat he take easy and build up his strength during a nineday spiritual retreat he started Overtiring himself has been the main case of the Popes two hem first last Novembei and the second this The Vatican officially claims Pope John is suffering from stomach trouble and deficiency of the has never con firmed nor denied published re ports he has Ransom Ends WASHINGTON her em relatlwi wllh Cuba will pefluit1 within Hie week when IM American Mrrylnf liny of rantow goodi Oibiin Premier Fl Hel will have off with IM worth ol twUy food inodlcul rwnflng from hwirt valvw to releasing UtS Cttbwi Ittvu Red toy shipped nillllan In runwni In eight They the nex Rblp out wUhln i It nmy tkt QR how vnnH niPd liita bp A record field of Saturday ran WM for the by TRAFFIC 100 VeaVWOitii isi French Explore The tUPD 3cnt Kennedy nnd French Foreign Minister Maurice Couve de Mur ville explored wide field pf sub jects from Bed China to economics end nuclear strntegy In tt While House talk Secretary of State Dfifta Rusk took Couve de Murvllle for a two hour erqise w the Potomac River aboard Ihe pcesldentlal yacht joHlngly described Involving a natlwa m mwlUtetwal tp plans ftir which United States wwiw but which the French do said thai at the White House lasting a little lisn Kennedy and Motive among oilier things pusse4 the need to keep eye on Red Chinese nuclear develop of R nuclear dpvjce by Qhhm have great impapl on politics and draw the North Atlantic iloser v Washjfljgjcp bis butihe tft greatpoUltedl Jill slso is UiBt Minister Cold War nuclear weapons Officials said Kennedy and Coijve also got into a discussion of the domestic problem of Infla tlrui in both and that Kennedy expressed admiration for Frances handling of this prob lem since World War H while still expanding offi cials ied into a genera dish cussipn rf balance of WEATHER MHWW ClavU Us Vegas Mostly fail through tomorrow Sunday with some clouds and crate winds tomorrow UttJe temperature 6W Clovls Vegas if if Moisture In Clovls To Pfltt In May Moy Hi 1941 AY9 In 1 HI Ji NotT LITTLE KOCK UII OrvnlFnbus staid Saturday he did not write an editorial In his week ly the Arkansas which advised bunta George Wallace mrsJnut rtffyfrij federal In the Birmingham I did not write Faubiw I dont know where It came from I do not know who put it in the paper and It not conform with 1orter acting editor of lite took credit for the He said he was not advising Wallace to surrender but pointing out what the end remill was going to be he defied he federal govern has Inught us Iorter It was not fuubus hut my Faubiis defied federal orders to desegregate Central High School In Little Kock In 1057 and then President Elsenhower sent troops of 10th Airborne Division to Iho We like You Jarvis Swift Companys lie Porter Jarvis emphasized his WHY firms intentions of becoming aj In listing the reasons why Clovis j local Our selected tor the location of ai here is a local business in i firm here the companys 38th i every i plant Jarvis In the morlj Were paiitOi this pattern of processing and mar president spoke Ho it has become highly de proximntely 100 invited guests alsirabie to locale meat plants as Get Acquainted near as possible to the source ofi 4 supply of Certainly the i Cattle Capitol of ilie Southwest fills the bill on this requirement Area Residents Tour By DAVE MOLJIVA XJ Special Assignment Writer Governor Jack Campbell and the presidents of two United Stales business giants headed an impressive of busi nessmen and visitors as the Clovis plant Swift threw its doors open to the public Swifts Porter was on hand for the format opening of the plant while Santa Fc Railway president Ernest Marsh returned to the town where he began his career as a special guest of the packing than five thousand visitors flocked through sprawling meat plant south of the city to receive a firsthand look at the opera tions of Clovis newest industry stated Wallace plant mana Visitors came from nearly all parts of New and other surrounding Hundreds of visitors floe d In Clovis had the services and at titudes which indicated a profita ble business would be the caliber of people in the com munity and are deter that Ciovis look to the fu There are a lot hard working people with the interest the community at Issuing his firms views on Clo the Swift president said The advice we have received from them Clovis personnel has been south of city to receive a first hand look at the operations Cle vis newest Campbell flew Saturday morning for his firstof three En gagements in as many cities dur ing the Several officials and visitors be gan the tour of the sparkling S2 million facility in with of the plants carcass beef cooler which featured a special display of prod ucts produced in other Swift A special table set up in this unit contained a display of table rea dy meat products which are pack aged by The display included ba the general open getting underway at 2 C house activity by slab canned heartwarming and we are very Jarvis save the guests a and Jarvis welcomed the plant manager Or canned salad oil and Awaiting the visitors in another cooler section were approximately years ago and 78 years Porter Jarvis Friday night at Holiday The impressive list of guests in cluded officials of the Santa Fe Holly Sugar feed lot operators and other business Said Swifts manage ment at Clovis recognizes its sponsibility to earn the respect of Operations From a oneman oper ation It has grown to become the worlds largest meal the community and all of the peo ple With whom we do This responsibility includes such JarVIS Uie gUtMS a and JcUVIS L u history of his first official carcass beef sides shrouded i fi 1 CIS I o Irt n in li ti h Thic chiviilH Jiltr out Us founding at Cape Cod 108 its incorporation the changes that are taking place in the meat industry the loca tion of facilities as near as pos sible to the supply of livestock after 10 to kickoff the Unofficial opening of the open iiouse was launched Friday morn ing when several high ranking officials of both Swift and the San The plant at Clovis exemplifies ta Fe Railway arrived in Clovis for the tightly scheduled two day af Jarvis and Onvin threw the doors open and the first of several marketing Miua to a specific tours of the plant began Saturday Featured in Ihe tour were vari ii T iKn ous displays of canned This includes suon In telllnc ol Hie nims ueMits good for better acouaintance with the purchasing from livestock feeders and producers and being good housekeepers of bur physical We want you to get to know new Seo JARVIS Pago 2 for4Campbell5and other visitors npj a 4sy aaUviUes units and a refreshment with a cotton This shrouding method is used to improve the ap pearance of the a Swift of ficial Part of the initial processing equipment was displayed including the humane stunner machine which is used to render cattle un conscious prior to being dispatch ed along the assemblyline like slaughtering and dressing Included in this segment of the tour was an automatic hide remov er which is employed after initial cuts by Moving on to the plants pen a number of specially slaughter cattle were on The tour began with a viewing of the variety meats coolers and from the visitors were afforded a look into two railway cars a modern mechanical refrigerated car and a conventional ice bunker The dressed in its fSun day Saturday displayed Swifts ProTen tenderizing proc ess which is being used here and is an innovation ofthe Continuing the the visitors From the throng pushed Us way inlo a room where mountains of cured and processed hides are The lour was climaxed at a re freshment morn where ice cream and soft drinks were handed the Included in the tour ending sec tion were exhibits of various types of Swift produced and other nov CSeo TOUH Page THE NPMBUBS frl Albert 4pns fcivtes to wast cars m the schaqj Watching tWp Air mev of the Phillips 66   

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