Clovis News-Journal from Clovis, New Mexico on May 11, 1965 · Page 13
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May 11, 1965

Clovis News-Journal from Clovis, New Mexico · Page 13

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11, EVERYDAY LOW PRICES plus VALUABLE fitlNII BROS. STAMPS at SAFEWAY! Low Everyday Frozen Food Prices! These Prices Good ThrMgh Wed., May 12th, at yew Safeway Store in Clavli, *"" New Mexico. Shop These Everyday Low Prices! IJH-Air Premium iN'i-Air rirmium M Jt mm fSarway -- 20c Off ORANGE JUICE 4 95 C INSTANT COFFEE <> Oz. Jar Bel-Air Premium LEMONADE 12 Oz. Cans Bel-Air Premium GRAPE JUICE (> ()/.. Cans HH-Air l';inc\ STRAWBERRIES KiH'liihulit Fro/rti Dinner PATIO DINNERS Id ()/. C' <)/.. 3 79 e C for $4 00 3 fo Canterbury Ice Tea Blond TEA BLEND *»«* PRESERVES'™' Plr Apricnt-IMiii'Uppfo Town House DRIED APRICOTS • ix or Hatch Bel-Air Foods! • 10 Oz. Cut Corn • 10 Oz. Baby Limas m £ 10 Oz. Cauliflower ^B <Tj PJcgs. for • 9 Oz. Cut Green Beans • 8 Oz. Brussel Sprouts 73« 35' 2 49' 59' 4 49' ,.35' CHICKEN SPREAD 4 43' 33' 43' Assl. Minors SOFT DRINKS Orange, (irapc. Lemonade or Fruit Punch LUCERNE DRINK <»< I ndenvood Del Monle laney Quality APRICOTS- » < !>cl Monte Fancy Sliced PINEAPPLE -. -. Invitation to good eating... \ i i r^ n A / ^^*^ •• MB ^-"^ Lowe, Your Total Food Bill — Shop Safeway! USDA Chuck Cream USDA Choice, Aged Mature Beef Delicious Tender Blade Cuts Snow Star Asst, Flavors '-' (Jal ' SAVE lOc Ctn Highway Sliced or Halves SAVE 8c Crajjinont Oraniti' or (irapc 49 SWISS STEAK STEW MEAT : LUNCHEON MEAT SAUSAGE SHRIMP FISHCAKES .'•, CHEESE 7-BONE ROAST GROUND BEEF I • 69c 69c 3-S1 2'. 49c 2 su9 BEEFSTEAK' * BEEF ROAST IS. Choice lb'U\\ Bed 59' ."V ( llUJCC IJl'ct ( Inn k or I ;imil\ |(rll! K'tls "-Irak^-l I v ( lion <• I'.n I '> I 1111 11 • >, s shoulilcr -- l.li. MIX 'EM or MATCH 'EM Gardons'cfe Vegetables < ut < *r •-.-it lii tn> < '"rii ( i • .mi M \ |, I ..m.,|,, > F 0 R >• < .in 25 79' DOUBLE S^WtONESD (yvifh purchase of f2^0 or more) TOMATO SOUP PINEAPPLE JUICE :impbi-ll's I ,m>t<us CRACKERS TUNA' PINEAPPLE , GLEEM TOOTHPASTE -' 53c PRELL SHAMPOO - 59c VEL BEAUTY BAR 2 41c FAB DETERGENT -• " 7tc AJAX CLEANSER ' 21c TIDE DETERGENT ^ CANNED MILK 3 69c DELTA TISSUE I.Ill 'Till- tiil.illl.x Hi II.i li.lllll ""in 3 ^ 33c 2 « 69c 6 '- 79c 16 S 1 From Our Dairy Case! MARGARINE CINNAMON ROLLS PURE BUTTER COTTAGE CHEESE 2 PARTY DIPS 75c 62c 35c Win To Play Confederate Money At Safeway Nothing To Buy —No O bligotions — Enter Today COFFEE Folgers or Edwards All (iriiuK Mb. Can DETERGENT White Magic or SuPurb Giant Pkgs. Garden Fresh Fruits and Vegetables from Safeway! Washington State Exfrci Fancy WineiOpi APPLES ORANGES GRAPEFRUIT Sunkiit Novels Flonria Indian Rivet Bed 01 White LEMONS 25c ONIONS 2 35c ENDIVE 3 25c ZUCCHINI ; c 29c Strawberries COFFEE 2 $1.59 \\ vi i K i. A < <»\nu in i. Beet Sugar Real Koast " " mm ML ]j mt J^ •*>• J^MB PEANUT BUTTER -71^ 10"97 e \- llir Ki^Ut lo Liuul •»• .;ih .Jai CHICKENi PARTS Z i 31c LIVER & GRAVY 2' 3Se CHICKEN PARTS 2 5 31c HORSiMiAT 2-356 KIDNEYS & GRAVY 2. 3Se OLIVE OIL Breakfast Gem Grade 'A* 'Appeal, Made To Addicts NEW YORK (UPiMPhi tote nirpose of one exhibitor In Iftf New England Pavilion at t!» World's Fair is to bring th§ word of God to teefi-aged drag addicts and street gang members. In fact, the exhibit "Teeft Challenge," is staffed largely by youngsters who are former narcotics addicts or gang members or both,- othtrs «re working as cleanftg personnel at the pavilion ** "We hope the exhibit will have a wide appeal," said the Rev. Donald W. Wilkerson. 'But our main job is to bring Christ to teen-agers." He said this would be done through slide projections of Teen Challenge's work to date and through lectures, question-and- answer sessions and literature. Theme Of Exhibit "The theme of the exhibit is the faith of the pilgrims who first came to this country, but as this faith applies to modern- day problems, especially those of youth," the Rev. Wilkerson said. The Assembly of God minister, with his brother, the Rev. David Wilkerson, of the same church, will be in charge of the exhibit. David Wilkerson is the founder and guiding spirit of Teen Challenge, which he initiated in 1958. Teen Challenge is an evangelistic movement aimed at thje youth on the streets of the nation's large cities. Besides seeking to spiritually awaken teen-' agers. Challenge also offers them in its seven centers aud two rehabilitation farms ttfe chance to withdraw from drug addiction under medical supe£- vision, vocational training i« various fields, and spiritual an8 Jother guidance. " Volunteer Staff I It is staffed by volunteers, hf- cluding theological students during summer vacations o2 )'hful converts. An indej- pendent organization, Challenge Church. * "As far as we can tell, aboul 75 per cent of those who stayed ; with us past the first few days jat the centers wereable to r&v I adjust themselves and wereVatl i right after leaving us,' 're said. I Challenge now has centers in i Philadelphia, Chicago, San i Francisco, Los Angeles, Detroit | and Toronto, another farm is : being planned for the West ; Coast. i j Picture Spurs Drive David Wilkerson, in his book 'The Cross and the Switchblade," tells of the founding of ! Teen Challenge after he saw a 'photograph of New York City 1 youth gang members in a national magazine. He says in the book that the message became clear to him, at that time the pastor of a small congreation in Phillipsburg, Pa, and that he 'used all his spare time, driving 700 miles round-trip to and from New York, to walk the streets of slum areas and make contacts with gang members on their own '"turf " Missile Site Offered As State Park SANTA F1-: UTIt— The U.S. Air Force has offered an aban- ,doned Atlas missile site and 15 acres of land near Roswell to the State Parks Commission. ; Tnr Commission will discuss . thr ollVr at its meeting in San-' la Fe today. A commission spokesman said. today Uit Air Force also will- place an empty Atlas missile in .tlu- silo The silo aad missile • have an estimated totaJ value of $:.'() million 'I'iit 1 ariion In the AM Force 'wav lakrn as the re.sull r>| a' memorial |>a>M'd by the recent |l-f;4islatuiv asking the State jl'aiks C'onunission to inquire in-_ ;lo tlie j)ossibilit> of obtaining* lone of the sites for use as a! state park or monument. State' Sen. 4 Penrod Toles, D-Chaves, • sponsored the memorial. ;' It is estimated the state wifl i have to expend about $5,000 iu state monies to reinforce t h e- silo to make it permanent,) These funds are expected to \je' , repaid by charging admission to persons touring the missile site.' The Mtt- j.-, located 16 IlUI'UlWf si Ol lUjSWfll JtU(J ulniut thret? milts oil US i j Matt- j'urkii Su|* „. i.J-»iiii Klliott of Tucuuicari t-d tht- miisile »it* last week iwitn Tolts and a represtsntativt- oi the Air Force Elliott it | scheduled lo report tin the tour ! and the mnerniwm's prypu».al I early today.

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