Clovis News-Journal from Clovis, New Mexico on May 6, 1965 · Page 12
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Clovis News-Journal from Clovis, New Mexico · Page 12

Clovis, New Mexico
Issue Date:
Thursday, May 6, 1965
Page 12
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IflWS^OttttfM* ftitrts*i Stay Man Beefed Head Of Beard P&, (UP1) j I|M. rtsNJent Robert 0. Anderson t?as elected thairaifi d£ the board and chief execuUve officer of the Atlantic Refining Co. during a stockholder's meeting in Phila< delphla Tuesday. Anderson will succeed Hen derson Supplee, Jr., who be comes ehairman of the firm's executive and finance commit tees. Therton F. Bradshaw remains as president. The 48-year-old Anderson has been '..i member of Atlantic's board since October, 1963, when the firm "acquired all of the outstafldhig jftock of Hono Oil & Gas Co., Ifi'Roswell, of whichj Anderson was president. Foreign Mows Commentary Arab-West German Crisis Toward Climax CAIRO (UP1) - The Arab- West German crisis is moving toward its climax on a diplomatic battlefield strewn with casualties and regrets. Within a few days West Germany Is expected to announce its recognition of Israel, and 10 of the 13 Arab states are expected to retaliate by severing relations with Bonn. In a sense this is almost an anticlimax. Already over the past four months the crisis has played itself out, and its effect on the Choice Pen Fed HALF BEEF Cut, Wrapped & Frozen Lb. * * • • •£*•• 45' We can put a Half of Beef In Your Freezer. NO DOWN Payment and 3 Payments as low as 28 Each 50 Lb. Freezer Orders 5 25 98 Your Choice Of Items Order 12" Locker Rentals Monthly • Yearly Custom Slaughtering Complete Processing HOUK'S MEAT CO. WHOLESALE PRICES FOR HOME FREEZERS 1016 VV. BRADY AVE. PHONE 763-5314 OPEN 6 DAYS A WEEK Arab world has been profound. [Suez," referring to the diplo- In the view of diplomatic ob-jmatic success Nasser scored servers here, these are the Jin the 1956 Suez crisis. most important consequences: —Arab unity has been put to the test over the single issue that Is supposed to draw Arabs together as nothing else can- confrontation with Israel — and it has collapsed. With Bonn humiliated and tinder attack throughout the Arab world, Nasser went ahead and received Ulbricht and gave him fed carpet treatment. Relations between Bonn and Cairo were virtually on the i rocks. The remarkable thing j about it was that only a few i Weeks earlier there had been ho hint of crisis between the i two countries. -United Arab Republic President Gamal Abdel Nasser's leadership of the Arab world has suffered one of its most severe setbacks on record. Loses Some Goodwill Although West Germany has lost much of the goodwill in the Arab world that it has built up in recent years, diplomats believe it has salvaged more from the crisis than might have been expected at one time. For it apparently has succeeded in dissuading the U.A.R. SANTA FE (UPI) — The and other Arab countries from, state Labor commission is con- recognizing East Germany induing its investigation into a Discrimination Charge Under Labor Probe retaliation for its recognition of Israel, and this, the West Germans made clear, was the issue of greatest concern to v :, ncy District, them. charge of discrimination filed by Tony Ortega of Tucumcari against the Arch Hurley Conscr- The crisis arose last January with Nasser's unexpected invitation to East German Communist boss Walter Ulbricht to visit here. When West Germany protested, Nasser brought up the matter of Germany's secret arms deliveries to Israel over the previous four years. He warned that unless these were halted, he might recognize East Germany. Bonn Backs Down Bonn quickly backed down, and it appeared for a time Nasser had scored a major political victory. Arab newspapers exultantly called it "another Ortega claimed he was fired by the district because of his ancestry. The district's manager, Sanford Caudal, claimed Ortega was fired because he was asleep on the job. Ortega was employed as a machine operator at Conchas Lake near Tucumcari and was responsible for tending the pumps at the lake. The State Labor Commission met in Santa Fe recently and reviewed the report of the investigation conducted to date. State Labor Commissioner John Otero said, "A formal hearing into the charge is pending a complete investigation." Tl : SIMPLE OPEN 7 TO 10 7 DAYS A WEEK Boke-Rite SHORTENING c. Shurfine 3 65c ,OUR »«r.*-40*<79c Folgers COFFEE , lb 74c 2-Roll Pack KLEENEX TOWELS 39c Eherane Pint • * CHARCOAL LIGHTER 25c Del Monte Fresh 15 Oz. CUCUMBER CHIPS 25c Del Monte Whole DILL PICKLES 22 « 29c Del Monte LIGHT CHUNK TUNA 29c Lipton's INSTANT TEA $1.19 Van Ca'nps 300 Can PORK AND BEANS 8 ? $1 Hunts APRICOTS 5 -. c . m 27c Shurfine TALL CANS MILK 8? $1 Tender Crust 2 Lb. 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