Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on August 29, 1976 · Page 91
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Spurgeon Promotions, appointments "A$wpa Biltmore Estates: Dean B. Spurgeon, formerly with Previews, Inc., Realtors, of Scotts-dale, appointed marketing director of Arizona Biltmore' Estates and vice president of Squaw Peak Land Co. Arizona Public Service Co".: Richard A. Ray appointed accounting services manager. He had been controller of Amer-cot" Inc.-' Maricopa County De partment of Health Serv-ices: Clifford W. Klima, formerly with Montefiore Hospital and Medical Cen-te'r, Bronx, appointed ' management auditor to review and analyze internal policies and procedures as well as study and evaluate" hospital services. Montgomery Ward & Co.: Gil Tucker of Los Angeles-transferred to Phoenix and named Phoenix district merchandiser for tire, automotive and sports departments. Greyhound Lines, Inc.: Donald P. Norris, formerly with American Trucking Association, appointed director of industry relations. Armour Food Co.: Ken-tteth A. Poggi promoted to Jockey Club to open Oct. 1 An Oct. 1 opening is set for the Jockey Club, $40,- 000 discotheque, bar and eatery at 2100 E. Highland in Town and Country Plaza. 1 Herb Lieb. who is undertaking the venture, has invited Jockey Club members to a pre-opening iappreciation party at 7 tonight in the social room of Executive Towers, 207 W. Clarendon. : Lieb pioneered the discotheque here with Herb's Underground in .1971. He sold it in 1974 to ;the Del E. Webb Corp. Lieb owns Kagel's Appar-'el. Inc., in Park Central. 871 Ramada Inns ; listed in directory '. Ramada Inns, Inc., ' lists 671 Ramada Inns on five continents in its fall directory, which it says is its largest at 90 pages. THIS WEEK learn how vou can swp paying faxes on vour saumgs You are invited to a class on Tax-Free Bonds for Individual Investors. There is no charge or obligation. You may attend without advance reservation. BOND CLASS SCHEDULE: MESA First National Bank Plata 20 East Main (Rm. 245) Tuesday, Aug. 31, 7 p.m. SCOTTSDALE Sunburst Hotel 4925 N. Scottsdale Rd. Tuesday, Aug. 31, 7 p.m. PRESCOTT Kelly's Inn 1225 E. Gurley Wednesday, September I 2 and 7 p.m. "FOR INFORMATION CALL COLLECT' (602) 264-2682 flmTj IrAA-MUX BUN US Financial Center. Suite 1300 3443 N. Central Ave. Phoenix. Ariz. 85012 Ray Klima -vice president, branded product marketing with headquarters here. Arizona Feeds: John Carson promoted to feed division sales manager. Bozell & Jacobs Phoenix: Gail Punyko, formerly with Patton Agency, appointed media director. Quality Inn-South: Tom Smith named general manager. . Continental Bank: Sharon Anck to assistant manager and operations officer at Tempe office; Frances Ybarra to assistant vice president. Spot-Lite Magazine: Cheri Cockrell appointed editor, succeeding Sandi Dragt Kimball. Harris Computer Systems: Marshall E. Field Jr. of Phoenix appointed district sales manager for Arizona, New Mexico, Colorado, Wyoming and Utah. - Western American Mortgage Co.: Charlotte Mahon promoted to assistant vice president. She has managed Yuma branch since its opening and continues in that post. Valley National Bank: Promotions James H. Johnson to manager of Mesa Drive-University office, Terry A. Burris to assistant vice president, Mark E. Gresenz to accounting officer and manager of accounting systems and research, Neil Christensen to assistant controller and manager of corporate accounting administration, Michael P. Allen and Larry M. Kaplan to trust officers. McDonald's Systems of Phoenix: Sue Steele promoted to general manager at 2712 N. Scottsdale Road, Scottsdale, succeeding Ron Brennan, who becomes general manager of new unit at Indian School and Hayden when it opens next month. Combined Insurance Co. of America: Verna E. Isaacson promoted to sales manager. New York Life Insur-' ance Co.: Phillip J. Hilde-brand, Kenneth E. Holmes and Donald K. Jones named assistant managers of Northern Arizona general office. Southwest Savings and Loan Association: Linda ! income! . J.MILTON NEWTON, INC Tucker L. Brown promoted to manager of branch at 5133 N. Central. Fred Harvey, Inc.: Robert T. Coffin named controller of Grand Canyon National Park Lodges. MGC Construction, Ltd.: Butch Breyen of Phoenix named engineering operations manager. He had been structures foreman for Peter Kiewit Construction Co. Scottsdale Realty: Jim Reum appointed leasing director for the Salad Bar restaurant chain. McCulloch Properties: Major Creason named manager of La Fuenta Apartments, a McCulloch Fountain Hills development to open Labor Day. Markow Photography: Jon C. Altmann, former police reporter for The Phoenix Gazette, has been appointed1 legal and investigative photography specialist. Mission Bank: Arnold D. Whitmore promoted to vice president, Dennis Reens to assistant vice president and Doris Fletcher to assistant vice president and cashier. Arizona Theater Equipment and Supply Co., Inc: Bruce A. Wicks, formerly of E&W Management Co. of Scottsdale, appointed vice president-sales. Magma Copper Co.: Fred J. Schmitz advanced to maintenance superintendent of San Manuel division. . ' to lin your SALES MEETINGS 4 October-May THE WIGWAM LHchfitM Park fhont: S3S38U uUeet i , : . . ... 5 IFlIEEo &&. jT' yrr More about Continued from Page D-14 The veteran broadcaster said KHCS, on 1010 kilo-hertz frequency, covers up to 50 miles in every direction from the new transmitter, which is in the center of Phoenix. "That's why we have the station slogan, 'Arizo-n a ' s Golden. Gospel Giant'," he said. Stuart said Jones' innovations in audio engineering and audio processing would be Ineffective un less KHCS had installed its new Harris MW1 solid-state transmitter. "This transmitter has the special reserve capacity and dynamic range to permit full modulation," he said. "If we tried to do this with the ordinary broadcast transmitter our signal would suffer substaiv-tial distortion." Stuart himself made another special engineer-i n g contribution which strengthened the KHCS signal in its primary service area widening the coverage to its present 50-mile radius. This involved stabilizing the electrical conductivity of the ground around the 250-foot verti-cal antenna tower on Durango Road. "I was impressed by some early radar research which showed that the performance of a vertical antenna could be greatly improved by installation of a copper sheet ground which was solid near the tower and contained an increasing number of holes as distance from the base increased," Stuart said. I'M TIRED ef interviewing men-with no AMBITION! Real Estate salesmen who are only looking for a draw. I wish to talk wtth 2 men who will help me build my company & who are looking (or o life long career m the building industry. tor confidential interview coll Mr. fokoph, 264-7340 United Weston farm ami recreorkMwi tend If you knew all about Pagosa, we wouldn't have to fly you there, r ' Majaaa--- if,' - - """We-.-.- . iv f j ; " ; t vyirii.i j. , Station stem ahead JL "The researchers later discovered that essentially the same good conductivity could be achieved through the use of a mixture of cupric oxide and horse manure, and mat's exactly what we laid in on the ground around the KHCS transmitter tower 7 tons of it," he said. "You can imagine all the horse laughs and kid-ding I've taken from some of my engineer friends at other Phoenix stations," he said. "But in all seriousness, this is one of the reasons we enjoy such a dominant signal in this radio broadcast market." KHCS was purchased by Harold S. Schwartz and Associates, Inc., Chicago and St. Louis, radio station Gamble Stores sets 2 meets here The Gamble Stores division of Gamble-Skodmo, Inc., chain of dealer- and company-owned hardware, houseware, appliance and sporting goods stores, will meet here in January and again in 1981. Buy Lease ipo free 2002 I49 H?vice 530i 230 milaa 30Si '302 ' Inc.f retoht-Handlino 2430 W. Camalback (802)248-7337 I "1 00 2Vi"ADDING for ARIZONA SUPPLIES: $25 Free Delivery-9 57-9080 f 1 12 HOUR KEKEWtL COURSE i CONTRACT WRITING SEPTEMBER 27-M Monday Tuesday :45-2:55 PHOENIX - CENTRAL PLAZA INN (Days) Bud Crawley Real Estate School 1801 $. Jen Tilly Lane, Tempe 838-3133 FINEST 5th AVE. INVESTMENTS New Construction-1200 Sq. Ft. $56,900 Existing 5400 Sq. Ft. - 100. Occ. $165,000 Jewelry Store Fixtures Only - Assume lease Richard A. Funk Really IXICUTIVIS 147.5451 J NOW LEASING "One ef Phoenix's Busiest Corners" 20th Street & East Camelback 1200 & 3000 Sq. Ft of FREE STANDING BLOC. Phoenix's Most Beautiful Shopping Center has added a 6-Plex theater, many fin shops & Restaurants. Expansion is creating retail spaces of 600 to 10,000 sq. ft. Soma available immediately. TOWN (V COUNTRY 955-6850 Yoy have memories of a place you've only dreamed aboul A place where crisp, cool bfeetes sweep down Irom snowcapped peaks. Sparkling pure streams are filled with trout. Glistening lakes reflect clean, deep blue skies. Where niaht am lillort tuilri nature Herds of deer, elk uown nocity mountain oraws, mat are iniCK ...:,u i i mm tan siiiies, (.euai ana Eaton International lound the place, iust 3'i miles west of Pagosa Springs, tucked into trie vast San Juan National Forest. They've created within it a delightful and most unique resort community featuring tennis, golf, year-around swimming, fishing, sailing, horseback riding, health spa, fine dining and much more. You've seen Vail and you've seen Aspen, now see a new type of resort community . . . PAGOSA Over 3,000 happy owners already know all about Pagosa. We want you to know, too. Return this coupon lor further information about how to own a 5-acre ranchette at Pagosa. -r Purpose of this trip is to inspect the property being offered. To qualified adults with fully refundable deposit representatives and owners of religious radio stations, and went on the air under its present management Feb. 2. The 25-year-old firm also owns and operates KXEN, a 50,000-watt station serving the St. Louis area; KQXI, a 10,000 watt station in Denver; and is the international sales agent for XEG, Monterrey, Mexico, the 100,000-watt nighttime "Voice of North America." The company recently bought KRLK, a 1,000-watt station serving the Salt Lake City-Ogden, Utah, market. The station will go on the air in December or January with new call letters and programming, Stuart said. 48 UNITS 20H0S.REW NUin ScMMal rtwmht rld f OwMnhlp TyM rat Aw.iinwi.ly iltMM eiuianTatiMiu j I Win MVR9VII a 'Associates Inc PI Scottsdafe, Arizona 946-3324 MACHINE ROLLS GW teeeeeeeeeee .1 : a mogiAif icGnt tha annnrl nl and antelope move aspen. Horton Moves jewelry shop M. C. Horton, who has been in the watch repair and jewelry business here since 1947, has moved to No. 5 in the 59th Avenue Shops at -6333 N. 59th Ave., Glendale. Horton is also an engraver and makes and engraves trophies. MOTIVATED FOREIGN BUYER LOADED WITH U.S. BUCKS LOOKING FOR LmiI CaaitnxHM-ftliM KttriMiM ImImm $300,000 CASH DOWN CALL LARRY GANTZ ' 957-9830 RUSS LYON REALTY 2036 Eost Caimlbock Read WILL SACBICKE raff quick $m 2950 ACRE FARM $600 W $600.00 per acre is cash price will consider terms at $700.00 per acre. 4 miles north highway 87 Property has 3 (both sides) of railroad trackage. IDEAL FOR LARGE INDUSTRIAL PARK Property is located in "ARIZONA'S GOLDEN CORRIDOR" midway between Phoenix & Tucson 10 irrigation wells on property pumps, one with elec. pump. For further information and to inspect property Contact Owner Broker RALPH STAGGSENT. 3508 E. Indian School Road Phoenix, Arizona 85018 Rocky Mountain r lVrrr I A h j Call (602) 263-8282 or write ' fj I J JWl ' EATON INTL. CORP. j " V JjW- j 3001 W. Indian Sen. Rd., Suite 108 f ih Phoenix, AZ 85021 I w 1 -Vgf ! I am particularly interested in: I I Vacation Property i 1 ' S I 5-Acre Ranchettes fa sJT"' j Year-Round Home Site 44x3 ... ..t.J 'dW I Condominium (Racquet) Ta.Lj' ifT1 J Condominium (Lodge) jt-Qfc 'TTfl j NAME V.JI TVaT J ADDRESS I , f " Y J CITY STATE ' ftri- j ZIP PHONE j s- ' . lrnnTTrasTn " i IN COLORAOO The Arizona Republic IS OUR RESTAURANT RIGHT FOR YOU? i t ' Own your own full-service fast food restaurant ' Complete with self-serve counter, drive-up window and inside seating. The best of all fast food feature undar r -i one roof. ' No experience needed. We train. Company backed " :-, by over 30 years of restaurant experience. Individual and f, area franchises available. Low investment. High profit a potential. Ideal for areas of 2,500 population or more. J Find out if this solid business opportunity it right for you. ! Call 949-9191 for more details 4 Little Tommy Tucker Restaurants 2 4841 N. Scottsdale Rd., Scottsdale, Az. 85251 of 1-10 Freeway 4'A miles N.E. of Eloy, miles highway frontage and 3 Sun., Aug. 29, '76 D-17 on paved state Ariz, miles 9 with natural gas Inc. 4 r Obtain HUD property report from developer and read it before signing anything. HUD neither approves the merits of the offering nor the value, if any. of the property. ! . t .. U

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