Clovis News-Journal from Clovis, New Mexico on May 13, 1965 · Page 15
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Clovis News-Journal from Clovis, New Mexico · Page 15

Clovis, New Mexico
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Thursday, May 13, 1965
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ctovts BACKYARD COOKOUT! FILL YOUR FREEZER! I DOUBLE S&H GREEN STAMPS FRI. & SAT. MAY 14th & 15th AT PIGGLY WIGGLY WITH S2.50 PURCHASE OR MORE SIRLOIN EFFECTIVE DATES: May 13, 14, 15, 17, 1965 STEAK Swiff Premium, Aged Heavy Beef Valu- Trimmed Pound 79" niw STEAK Swift Premium Aged Heavy Beef Valu-Trimmed Pound IPARI RIBS Rodeo's Lean Pork Pound BakeHte BREADED SHORTENING Lb. Can H RIMP Clipper Brand Tidbits 2 Pound Pkg. Texsun T-BOHE 46 Oz. Can GRAPEFRUIT JUICE 3 $ 1 STEAK Pork Chops Swift Premium Aged Heavy Beef Valu-Trimmpd Pound Thick Cut for Cook-Outs Pound r ^ SUGAR REEM STAMPS Double S&H Green Stamps Wed. With $2.50 Purchase Or More FACIAL TISSUE SuZan Zee 400 Ct. Bex SALAD DRESSING BROILERS P S o p unV Qr cook : outs 35c NEW YORK STEAK Swift Premium, Aged Heavy Beef 4 rA Boneless, Valu-Trimmed Pound I .D / C//p This Coupon FREE 150 S&H Green Stamps With $2,50 Purchase or More Excluding Gig. at Piggly Wiggly Coupon Expires 5-17-65 SLICED BACON Butcher Boy ... ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^•*"mWP"BWPMBBI FROZEN FOODS BANQUET CREAM PIES 3 i 89 C LEMONADE Tip Top Plain or Pink G Oz. Pkg. LOW! LOW! PRICES AT Cliff PrUie Good Awkortnl Flavor* Nu UvwMit, No Kelturu DRINKS it Fully UuanuiU'4'il utrr rrbte ^ A in. gfcgfc CHARCOAL 10 39° OeUfcy, (%iKiortfif| Culork JB JH ^^ TOILET TISSUE 4 49* COTTAGE'CHEESE 14t4a'k ( muu COBN - or IIK tittWeu ^£e*t_pflp or tt«|uiar I U» C'ao . Uttt. Hm Soys Pay Mi ''£»'American now earn $123 a 4i8*i.yfar~to pm. w „ , but adequate living for 6 of fouf, ; That was the „.„„ „.„ ;oday by thi AFUJIO in ft» >,- m vision of the Labor Depart* I? ment's family budget for ,dty S workers for 19S9. , "" The labor federation union negotiators to use L« „.„. earnings figure - which comes* o $3.07 an hour-—>in coUeotlvtc >argaining to justify demands or pay increases. "This amount IB required to meet the necessities of life,, pay axai and enjoy a few ot th« imenitles of life—but with n<» allowance for luxuries or lav ngs," the AFL-CIO said. "The budget clearly points u he fact that millions of Airieri can families have incomes that re not high enough tOTiriain-' ain reasonable family living tandards." \ The average factory worker, It aid, had straight-time earnings if $2.58 an hour at the start of 966—about 59 cents an hour be« ow the suggested rate. The typical retail worker was ven worse off with weekly arnings of $70.13 a week, the nalysis said. Construction work- rs averaged $131.36 a week-* bout the yardstick—but the la- or economists noted that they vpically suffered many weeks f seasonal unemployment each ear. Some employes have argued hat the family budget is not ppropriate for bargaining pur- oses. Many families have few- r than four persons, they con- end, and often have two or more wage-earners. Dismissing these contentions s having little merit, the AFL- 10 study said the family of four was the most typical and added that wives should not have to work to help the household's bills. Chaves, Lea Youths 4-H Team Winners ROSWELL, N.M. — The Chaves County team won the New Mexico State 4-H wool judging contest here and the Lea Coun- jty team placed second, The jtwo teams will compete at the j.National 4-H wool judging con- «?•* : test at Sonora, Texas, June 8-10. / The Lincoln County team placed third, and the San Juan County team fourth. Members of the top team are Bart Oglesby, Terry Harshey, [Roberta West, and George * jPirtle. They scored a total of — : 9-42 team points out of a pos- "* |Siblc 1,200. Miss West was high.C I point individual in the contest £ jvvith 322 points out ol a possible •» [ 400. *" ' I Second place team members are James Duffy, Monty Tur- iner, Howard McCall, and Dale Davis. SB £ | Second high individual in the* 1 'contest was Stevan Barley of/ •the Eddy County teanj. Third«j» 1 place, a tie. went to Pirtle of-S 'the Chavws County team and?; i Jack Scott of the San J u a iv$r |Countv team. ^ | The New Mexico Wool Grow-£ jers. Inc awarded the two top«» teams expense-paid trips to the*" nationgl contest. The A. D. i Jones estate presented a trophy I to the Chaves County team and the Debouillet Sheep Breeders ; Association awarded Miss We«t iu plaijue for her high individual 'score Medals for contestanti iwcrc furnishod by the Artesia : \Voop Cooperative. ' In the junior division, a I Cha ves County team also won ! first place with U32 point», ! Lincoln County was second and '< Dona Ana County was third. Members of the first-plgce JUO> ,ior team are Mike Hirthey, Chern Michelet, P»ul girtlil, and Ray Mile^. Second'plaet junior team members are MUM Hamilton, Paul McKnight, C». roi Cooper, and Gary C&pjnat. The contest U tdmteisteri4 by the New Mexico ftatft versity Cooperativt Service. State Due Health $$ WASHINQTON (UPJ)- New Mexico Department H Health will receive a $33486 grgat by Iht U.S. O«p«rtm«*t if aad the will to mi »et counseling servkej for t *rt

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