The Yuma Daily Sun from Yuma, Arizona on October 27, 1974 · Page 10
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The Yuma Daily Sun from Yuma, Arizona · Page 10

Yuma, Arizona
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Sunday, October 27, 1974
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PREPARING THE PROGRAM Evelyn Peters and Jerry Hale make plans for puttinK n program on Channel 6. The station has been making weekly broadcasts since Sept. 30th. Channel 6Gives Viewing For Parker TV Sets jj) cteyuMA® jftilysuN Sun., Oct. 27, 1974 'Carlisle Menu Here is the Uinisie School lunch menu for this week: Monday -- scalloped potatoes with ham and cheese, green beans, celery strips, orange cake and milk. Tuesday -- chili mac, buttered peas, cabbage-carrot salad, chocolate nut clusters and milk. Wednesday -- ground beef gravy, whipped potatoes, vegetable salad, peanut butter sandwich, pudding and milk. Thursday -- toasted cheese sandwich, potato chips, lettuce, tomatoes, fruit Jello and milk. Friday -- no school. AIRING IN PARKER Chuck Spain and Jerry Hale are on the air while Eddie Chapman mans the camera l .akeview TV airs on Channel 6 for the Parker area. (Sunfolos) fi.v NELL KULI' The Yuma Daily Sun PARKER _ Parker's own Television channel, Lakeview TV Productions on cable, Channel (i, has- been making weekly broadcasts since Sept. 30th. According to Chuck Spain, the man behind Lakoview, his local broadcasting plans began last June. He and two other staff members. Jerry Hale and Suzie Hall, discussed the possibilities of televising local events in Lake Havasu City where the three are located. After purchasing the necessary equipment and making a test tape. Spain and the Lake Haviisu City Cable Co. were unable to come to an agree- Parker Chamber Chatter ment.. Ho, Spain snys, he then turned to Park«r and Jinx C1 a rk o f W es t ern A ri/,o n a CATV. The broadcasting started in an open air studio with ihe situ of the CAYV t r a n s m i t t e r stat i o n for a background. Since llit'ii, Hit! HtnlT lias moved into a trailer located 1 " approximately three miles east of the Parker airport in thedest'rt. Tlit 1 first broadcast Insted one hour and six m i n u t e s . Since then, UK- average 1 length of a broadcast has been five to six hours. F e a t u r e d programs each week on Channel I) include de- layed showing of the Parker High school football games, the Chamber of Commerce breakfasts and reports, and the police report. The crew also covers all local events and airs t h e m d u r i n g the Saturday Spain and the staff are con- A "tip of the bonnet" to the Must lers rodeo commit tee, which is really all of the Hustlers. The barbecue crew did their usual fine job, with Taylor Crittelidon, George Hendrix, Hay Patrick, U.B. Knmeis, Bill N oiler and Jimmy Jiminu/. doing the cooking and Lil Kinncrn preparing (lie cole slaw. Most of the crew enlisted the help of their "belter-half's" to help serve the .'If) 7 or so plates of fond, t h a t were served on Saturday evening. And to clean up. so .we mid a special "tip of the bonnet" to these gal's. Hodeo parade was bigger than ever More, with over 7,'i entries. Missed by every otic along the parade route, was our Wallace Colt Bam! and .the Parker High School Band. Both hml most of their band members committed to out- of-town games or s|H i cial testing. The Colorado Kiver Indian Band almost made t he parade, but p a r t of t h e i r members also had out-of-town commitments with a time con- we did not have any of our favorite inarching bands in this year's parade. Our cong r a t u l a t i o n s to W i n n i e Mc- Dauiel, parade chairman and her coinmilU'f lor a line job, well limn*. Always the biggest job of all w i t h the rodeo is t h a t of rodeo chairman and co-chairman. Our compliments to Ralph Beard and Al l i m y , chairman and co-chairman resjvctively, for their planning, worry and many endless hours of work that resulted in a great rodeo show. P a r k e r is growing again. New Western Auto building is under const ruction at 11th and Kola. The 0000 sq. ft. building should Iv finished and open alxnit Her. 1st. according to owners Venum and Cary N'orris. Vernon tells us they will be f losing N'orris Market a r o u n d t h e m i d d l e nf N o - vember and will be devoting full time to the new Western A u t o store. I'mli-r construction ;U -100 Joshua Ave.. is a new $15.000 cement block building by B C Ue\elupmeni. which will house Don l* rims Parker Trailer Supply and a new business in Parker, a boat sales and accessory shop, which will le operated by Chuck Baker. We are delighted to welcome three new members of our Parker Chamlvr ibis week. Lake view TV P r o d u c t i o n s , headquartered in 1-ike Hav.isu City, owned and managed by Chuck Spain, Jr. Parker Glass, owned and operated by Herb Wheeler, at Uth and Joshua. For many years Parker Glass was located in the old Grandview Hotel which was t o t a l l y destroyed this past summer by fire, and we are delighted t h a t Herb has relocated Parker Glass and is still serving the Parker area with all types oi" glass and glazing. Our third new member, is Billy Bonds, with an individual membership in t h e Parker Chamber of Commerce. We welcome you all. Our thanks to Sen. Jones Oshorn. for a very fine program t h i ? past Tuesdav morn- By Dottie Randall ing on the various issues t h a t will be on the Nov. filli ballot. We have had a number of fine comments on the program. Tuesday m o r n i n g . N o v . !2!llh, our breakfast meeting program will feature Hubv Fox, competition marksman. We understand Huby plans to show some slides of her compe- 1 t i t i o n in Swily.erland nnd to give a demonstration of her line marksmanship. Yours truly, will Ix? in Flagstaff next week attending, in iH'half of our iiren, the Governor's N o n - M e t r o p o l i t a n Keo- nomic Development Conference. Gov. Williams ami Sen. Paul Fannin are scheduled to take part in t h e conference as are William Haws Smith, senior vice president of t h e Valley N a t i o n a l Bank, and executive vice president of the Arizona State Chamber of Commerce. John Prickett. Chamln'retle Grace Francis and member. Doris Taylor will be s i t t i n g in for me during the conference at your Chamber office. Our s|K'cial t h a n k s to bulb for volunteering their services once again. 3 For Parker News § £ Call | | NELl KULP | | 669-8807 I | P.O. Box 1324 | ·;· For Home S :j:j Delivery £: g Lois Kelly | | 669-8253 $ Parker Weather P A U K K K A K K A - Variable cloudiness t o n i g h t w i t h widely scattered showers or thunder- sbowers. Considerable cloudiness w i t h widely scattered showers or tbnndershowers Sunday and Sunday night. Variable cloudiness with a few lingering showers or thunder* showers Monday. Cooler days w i t h highs Sn ml ay in t h e upper 71V- and low Slfc. Highs Monday will be in the upper 7(V. Overnight lows will be in the (ilk Games Day Starts AWC's Homecoming Activities for Arizona Western College's l!)7'l homecoming w i l l begin Thursday w i t h Sanies (lay on campus. The (tames are set to avoid as much class time as possible, and will spread over milch of the campus during the noon hour. Starting at 11:30 a.m. with a pie eating contest for 15 con- t e s t a n t s on the library lawn, games day will continue with a student-faculty volleyball game at noon in the dormitory quadrangle, a goal-roping demonstration put on by the Kodco Club on the library lawn, and a powder puff I'ool- liall game between two teams nf AWC women s t u d e n t s coached by Matador football players at 7 p.m. on the practice fie Id. Students interested in entering the pie eating and egg loss contests may sign up at registration tables on the library lawn ln'fore each event. N a n e t t e King. AS/AWC commissioner of publications, a n d C h u c k H a r r i s o n , A S / A W C commissioner of special events, arc co-chairpersons for the games day activities. Canada's chief economic problem in 19V3 was inflation. WANTED YOUNG LADIES 18 to 23 years of age as Contestants in our Search for MISS AMERICAN LEGION of ARIZONA 1975 Awards - Scholarships - Travel PLUS MANY HONORS THAT CANNOT BE BOUGHT AT ANY PRICE! Local Contest Saturday Nov. 2 American Legion Post #19 2527 Virginia Drive 8:00 p.m. For Information Contact American Legion #19 at 344-3441 or Jerry Rak at 344-3937 (weekends and evenings after 5 p.m.) tinuing to plan improvements in the channel's foremat. Within the next two month's, they hope to begin splitting the hours of air time in two days. Plans for broadcasting in color are also in the making. Spain said, "Depending'on the money situation, we could be seen in color within the next six months." He added that Lakeview TV Productions hopes to be ,in operation before next year. Features to be added to the programming include movies, cartoons and a talent show. Spain cautious that all the long range plans depend on sponsorship response. In addition to Spain, Hale and Hall, staff members are Evelyn Peters, Toni Story, Brian Malloy, Eddie Chapman and Dan Malloy. Spain said, "We greatly appreciate the support Parker has given us. We welcome any suggestions viewers'may have and encourage everyone to watch our broadcasts." PEPPERDINE UNIVERSITY MASTER OF ARTS IN EDUCATION Classes start in January 1975 Application Deadline November 1,1974 This program is open to all persons with a valid Bachelors Degree and who meet the admission requirements. For information or to apply: Contact Mr. Pat Slagle - 344-2824 or write Pepperdine University Yuma Residence Center P.O. Box 12457 Yuma, Arizona 85364 VALUABLE COUPON GOOD OLE DAYS ARE BACK AGAIN AT ALEXANDER - NO INFLATION HERE: REAL HONEST TO GOODNESS SPECIALS. FREE LUBRICATION With Oil Change Indudes.greasing, chedc fluid levels, and clean your windshield. oiViVMiWiVtv..,'OCtW' \ , . .'.!.v. ·.-.':'.'.'OOi tW, · ' V' V ' u ' V \ .v.VWJPtWo vi I VALUABLE COUPON TUNE-UP VW partsextia valves adjusted S6 AUDI FOX port*,,,,, wive adjustment SB $ 12 5 Indudei diagnostic and pmmKiion control tyilfm moint.naiue. Cleaning of plugi and paints, adjusting liming and C.O. TUNE-UP AUDI 100 LS patltexlia SI £50 volvc adjunct ·^ S8 PORSCHE 914 parti extta $1A 5 0 Ml« '^ Includes diagnoitic and em mission control system maintenance. (Icon- ing of plugs and pointi, odjutling timiig and C.O. ^WWVWV'W^^ Is your car wondering or pulling on the road? Most likely your problem is alignment. We have the best equipment available. "Bosch Alignment Center". Also equipped to do front wheel drive, fluid suspension front ends, etc. VALUABLE COUPON VW Front End Alignment ONLY MO 95 AUDI'S AND 914 PORSCHES ONLY* 12" Regular $19.50 Does your car shake and vibrate, especially at those higher speeds. Possibly the problem is wheel balancing. We have the best in balancing equipment: "Electronic Balancer". Statistically and Dynamically balances your tires. All imports and domestks are welcome. VALUABLE COUPON BALANCE ALL 4 WHEELS $12°° ONLY Plus wfighh. Includes (heck trueness of tires, and firm, end rotate tires, Mag wheel; are $7 more per wheel. »SSS\^VSS\SW\'AWASS\ l ASWSWSS^S\S\SS\ l ,'iS\ l ,\\\\S t ,\\W.\V.\\\\^.i ALIGNMENT OF THE FROKT END MAZDA OWNERS 1 0 95 Regular $18 MAZDA OWNERS TUNE-UP VALUABLE COUPON ROTARY CARS $11195 ONLY S 10 lndud« Oyr.o-lun# and emrtwsian tonrto! ^ ond poinfs. 3d|iirt I'-fiiiog and i!wf!l · Regular $13 , clean plugs VALUABLE COUPON PISTON CARS $O95 ONLY $ 8 plus parti valve cdjustmfnl 55 Includes Dyno-lune and emmesion control mrmtenante, i\ta\ and poinli, odjuil timing and dwell. plug, ABOVE SPECIALS ARE GOOD ONLY WITH COUPON The Good Ole Days Specials Will Begin October 28th thru November 27th. ALEXANDER INC. SERVICE 889 E. 32nd Street -- Ph. for appointment 344-11 70

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