Colorado Springs Gazette-Telegraph from Colorado Springs, Colorado on December 15, 1974 · Page 69
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New Beverage Store Opens in Country Club Country Club Corners, thedesigned wine racks (o insure ‘Cen V rrimnloto^ „1 _____ -..i . mouie Sunday, Dec. 15, 1974 Colorado Springs, Colo. Gazaf+e T,legraph_3.F OPENS IN rOTTX NFR«^ CUUNxnx ULUB COR- OÍ tholn o^'-ners tiV ri.r 'he Coun( luh Shopping Center, display the Assistant Mgr. Named at The Citadel Karl R. Walker has been appointed as the assistant manger 0 The Citadel by General Growth Management Corp. VNalker is a graduate of Valparaiso University and served in the U.S. Army. He was associated with General Growth Management in Iowa in the Quad City area shopping centers prior to his ti ansfer to Colorado Springs He IS married and has two children. He. his wife Cindy. Timothy, and Kri.stcpher reside ■ in the Village 7 area. Walker is i filad to be in the Springs area ' because he feels that the! growth of the western states! devel- become “The BDM Corpo- rusfic exterior of the new facility. The dwor of the new^ store is in harmony with 'the design of the center as k (Gazette Telegraph Photo) recently completed shopping center serving Cheyenne Mountain Ranch, has announc-ed the grand opening of a new liquor store in the center. The opening [ IS slated for Monday. The new store, called Country Club Liquors, will carry a corn- Plete line of imported and domestic wines and champagnes liqueurs, cordials, and a wide variety of domestic and imported liquors. It will also feature an unusual decor, including aspen trees, a ^^^I waterfall, and specially - the proper storage of imported wines. The new store is owned and operated by Larry and Delores Snyder of Village Seven Newcomers to Colorado, the Snyders operated a retail business in Naples, Fla. for the past seven years. Country Club Corners is located one mile south of the Sears store, on Highway 115 and Cheyenne Mountain Boulevard in Cheyenne Mountain Ranch. center industry and the opment of a total living cept. ★ ★ ★ MOUNTAfN BELL CREDIT UNION BUILDTNC — BuildLg aril's c4onrSt^TheT"q^''“-^^^^ Kt. The facility is now under Company Changes Name to BDM Corn tian. 1. 1Q7.-1 itO' . Significantly, construction by Stanley Giusti, Rippon. Konlas. ★ ★ ★ and Company with architects ★ * ★ move aimed at firm’s identity the prime I movers for our name change in- eluded the three company con- ration” in a aligning the ^ ................. more closely with its size"! i^o^k. Dr. Bernard ,J. Dunn, and Mountain scope, and wide-ranging activi- Mountain Bell Credit Building Taking Shape StcJnlPV and r’nmnnni? ie «1... founder.,, V, 'UZ' constructing the new Bell Credit Union KARL R. WALKER Bankruptcy AUCTION JEWEIRY a ART SEE TODAY'S CLASSIFIED SECTION... "85” FOR DETAILED LISTINGS!!' HENDERSON AUCTIONEERS 471-8188 633-4175 tics. Announcement of the name change was made bv Earle C. Williams, president of the fast- growing. Washington-headquartered systems analysis, planning, and problem soiving firm. "Our company has been known by its initials ever since its founding in 1959.” Williams said. “We believe that future growth and penetration of new- marketing areas can be better achieved under a more contem- [porary and compact name, yet one that inherits strong recall value for present customers, friends, and suppliers.” CITIZEN LOS ANGELES (AP (AP“It’s the best country in the world,” said Australian-born singer Helen Reddy after she became a naturalized citizen of the United States. Miss Reddy who.se hit “I Am Woman” became an anthem for the women’s liberation movement, broke into tears halfway through the oath Tuesday at a ceremony attended by her husband Jeff Wald, daugh er Traci, 11, and Mayor Thom ¡as Bradley. Exterior construction is of IhmfTf marL^'tVcot Giusti-Rippon-Kontas archi-l^"^"« and fascias. cntilf aml'T'halrmU / ‘¡«'8ncd the 1,800' All exterior doors, entrances Board, while Drs Rraudork aíd lor struc-|and windows are set in alumi- McDonald ..../niln annodized with v“s¡dents S:’ snspendedidark brown. accoustical ceiling. LANGFORD-DeLAY AND ASSOCIATES NAMES NEW ASSOCIATES Ronn W. Langford, President of Longford-DoLoy and Aijoci- otoj, is pleased to announce the addition of Jack Murphy, Del Hansen and Gene Williamson to their tales staff. Jock Murphy has been ac- five in the Real Estate profession for the past two yeats with Burton-Realtors, where he was that firms leading salesman, specializing in the marketing of new and resale homes. He is a REALTOR and a member of local, state and national Realtor organizations. Prior to joining the Real Estate profession. Jack was associated with the Waymire Clothing Company for six years. Jack has been a resident of Colorado Springs for 19 years and resides with his wife Cindi ot 4268 Tranquil Trail in Village Seven. Dil Hansen has been active in the Real Estate profession for approximately the post year and a half. Prior to joining Langford-DeLay and Associates she was associated with Preston McGinnis Realty Corp. A native of Minnesota, she moved to Colorado Springs four years ago from a Chicago suburb. Del has graduated from the Jones Real Estote school and has attended various Real Es­ tote courses. She is a member of the local, state and notional Boord of Realtors, She and her three children reside at 671 ’ Palace Drive in Yorkshire Estates. Gene Wiilionison has been octive in the real estate profession for the nast year and a half. Ho is experienced in residential and investment properties having previously been associated with Cimarron Realty in the sale of new Cimorron Homes. A retired Air Force Master Sergeant, he served 20 years in various communications assignments throughout the world, primarily in Europe. Gene is a native of Dodge City» Kansas and is a member of the local, state and notionol Board of Realtors. He is affiliated with the Hunsruck Masonic Lodge No. 839. Gene, his wife Helen and their daughter, Michelle, reside at 1019 N, Murray Boulevard. Th* new associates would like to invite all of their friends to stop by their new office at 3320 West Carefree Circle for o the El CONTRACTORS ELECT — New officers Paso Contractors Inc.. were named Wednesday at a luncheon at the iuur Seasons Motor Inn. Seated is the new president Dick Eller, Eller Construction Co., and standing is secretary C. Scott Briggs an attorney. The association was organized in 1947 and incorporated in 1961. It now has 42 members. Dave Ritchie, vice president and Dave I.,ewis, Tolley-Weidman - treasurer. The latter two were not present when the picture was ______________________(Gazette Telegraph Photo) YOU MAY BORROW $1000 to $ 15,000 OR MORE PAY OFF YOUR f BILLS AND HAVE ONE /1 LOW MONTHLY PAYMENT PAYMENTS DON’T START TIL FEBRUARY ’75 PLUS HAVE 3500 CASH FOR 'CHRISTMAS Start the year right with one tow monthly payment and your Christmas gifts paid for. If you’ve lived in Colorado for one year or more, and are buying your own home, you can borrow $3000, $7000, $10,000 or more, and take many years to repay. FOR A FAST CONFIDENTIAL LOAN BY PHONE CALL COLLECT 471-3900 or Write ¡.~ 1 I ^OLONIAL FINANCIAL SERVICE Windows are deeply recessed to provide sun control. West windows are bronze tinted plate glass and south windows are wired plate glass. The main floor will be divided into five main sections with a 9 foot X 12 foot reception area containing a children’s corner with table, chairs, kiddie books toys, and a colorful Jack and Jill supergraphic on the wall. Immediately adjacent to the waiting room is the main office which is the working area of the firm, where four desks will be located. An 8 foot x 15 foot board room is paneled in walnut, as well as the manager’s office. A small workroom with filming equipment for records using a glass wall partition affords complete visibility of the main office. Employe kitchen with refrigerator, cook top stove, small sink and corner bench nook is located behind the workroom. Interior decor features a gold, orange, brown tweed carpet throughout the facility, off-white walls with accent color in strategic places, and off-white, gold and forest green open weave draperies. The 25th anniversary of Mountain Bell Federal Credit Union is being celebrated this year, according to Michael Ryan, manager. On Oct. 29, 1949 offices were opened in the basement of the main Mountain Bell building. Ryan has been associated with the Credit Union for two years. Stanley and Company, general contractors, are active in commercial construction and property management. Other recently completed projects by Stanley and Company are Otero Savings and Loan Branch building, Smartt Ingeis Pueblo office building, Pueblo Boulevard Shopping Center. Taylor Rental and Eakers-O.G. Wilson building at the Mall of the Bluffs. BREAK ROOM — Recently White Automotive Corporation opened this new 1,400 square foot lunch and break room for its employes. Done in a Paris Street motif by Mrs. Charles L. Schwer, the wife of the executive vice president, its pleasant and restful atmosphere make possible one area where individuals can gather for a hot sandwich and a cup of coffee. In honor of the event, all personnel were guests of Richard T. Bingman, president, for a chicken dinner. Mrs. Boettcher Co. Names New Special Partner Neil Sharkey has been named I special partner of Boettcher and Company at the recent annual meeting of the partnership. A native of Ohio, Sharkey has been an account executive with Boettcher’s Colorado Springs office since 1956. Previously, he was a major in the U.S. Army. Sharkey is active in Colorado Springs community affairs having been president of the Amer- can Red Cross, president of the Humane Society, and vice president of the El Paso County Heart Association. Boettcher and Company, headquartered in Denver, is the largest regional investment banking firm in the Rocky Mountain West with branch offices in 10 locations. Joyce Kendall and Mrs. Hannah I^ng, speaking on behalf of the employes,* presented Mrs. Schwmr a hanging terrarium and a box of candy for her efforts in creating the area. White Automotive Corporation, headquartered in Colorado Springs, is the nation’s largest manufacturer of convertible tops, roll bars» tire carriers and w'heel covers, carpeting and folding pickup truck tops for the adventuresome recreational and 4 wheel drive market. j The world's most ancient fossilized forest, 385 million years old, is at Schoharie Reservoir. N.Y. Although Greenland is times the size of Denmark, has only about 40,000 persons. 50 I PROFESSIONAL BUILDING • 105 EAST VERMIJO COLORADO SPRINGS. COLORADO NAME ---- PHONE___________________ ADDRESS___ CITY-------------------STATE__________ZIP________________ WHY BANK EARN 10 ” Why bank at 5'/, parcant ... whan you can aarn tha »ama 10-11 parcant your bank doas! If you'ra not KattmK tha sama raturn as your bankar . . . you ara missing out! Our twica monthly publishad naws- lattar gives you the facts about how you can aarn the same 10-11 parcant! Also tha highest raturn for your dollars guaranteed by the U.S. Government! Special 3-month Xmas subscription offer (6 issues) for $10.00 plus a bonus of a handy “Free Calculator" for new subscribers! (Special Xmas subscription offer must be accompanied by check or money order.) Regular 24 issue subscription $85.00 yearly. INVESTORS RESEARCH CORPORATION 13 Bowdoin St. Boston. Mass. 02114 REWARD SAMISH ISLAND, Wash. (AP) — Twelve - year - old Brad Matthews earned a $5,000 reward from an insurance company recently by finding an important box from an airplane that had crashed. Brad read about the missing box containing the plane’s log book and other flight papers in a newspaper and set out to find it. He searched a beach near here for about an hour before he saw part of the wooden box covered with seaweed. NOTICE OPEN FOR BUSINESS C.H. CRONK 2500 N. Circi® Dr Suit® F. 473 - 9719 • Pubik Accountant 9 Income Tax Sarvica • Bookkaaping Service PRIME OFFICE SPACE Now Available in All New FIRST BANK BUILDING Templeton Gap Rd. at Morningson Ave. (Across From Mall Of The Bluffs) Will Finish To Tenants Specifications For Leasing Information Phone C T MANAGEMENT CO. 598-2016 Gates Land Company announces the leasing of Exceptional Office Space In Country Club Corners if Super-convenient space for you and your clients or patients. Nearly 300 parking spaces serve these tastefully designed, three-story buildings adjacent to stylish mlnl-shopping center two minutes from the Country Club of Colorado. Custom Interior designs now offered from 675 sq. ft. to 2700 sq. ft. Lofts with outstanding views and cedar ceilings available in 2000 sq. ft. pods. Private balconies. Brick and cedar construction, redwood decks and staircases. Alrcondltloned. Compressed air and gas. Tranquil environment; good neighbors. Call Bob Marrs for your private showing. Brokers accommodated. 576-8500

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