Harry Allan Winter
H. Allan Winter named Ex-Marine Ex-Marine Ex-Marine to head new J A board heads MCI H. Allan Winter, chairman of the board of Messenger Corp., has been elected 1973-74 1973-74 1973-74 president of Junior Achievement of Central Arizona, Arizona, Inc. The JA program, which had 1.680 participants in 58 companies companies last year, gives high school students an opportunity opportunity to organize and operate a company for one year. The companies issue stock and manufactuer and sell products in hopes of making profits. Volunteer adult advisors spent more than 20,000 hours with the junior companies last year, Winter said. Winter joined the JA program program in 1965 as a counselor and became a member of the board of directors in 1970. Other new officers are Lew Denny of First National Bank, first vice president; Ed Janos, First Federal Savings, vice president of planning and finance; Michael Geddes, Arizona-Colorado Arizona-Colorado Arizona-Colorado Land and Cattle Co., vice president of Wi ? UpW . ' .it H. Allen Winter business relations; Arnold Culp, American Express, vice president of community relations; relations; Dr. Paul l'lath, Phoenix Phoenix Union High School District, District, vice president of school relations; Paul R. Madden, Lewis & Roca law firm, secretary, secretary, and Charles E. Schuster, Schuster, retired General Electric executive, treasurer. Marketing Communications, Inc., is establishing a Phoenix office and has named John H. Posner as its president and managing director. Manager-owned Manager-owned Manager-owned branch of fices of the publicly held management and marketing consultant, advertising and promotion firm uses the par- par- n t s company's operations centers to help provide services. services. Posner attended Princeton ; University before serving in the U. S. Marines for 10 years as a communications specialist. specialist. He was with International Correspondence Schools in a sales and promotion capacity before joining MCI. The branch office, to be known as Marketing Communications-Phoenix, Communications-Phoenix, Communications-Phoenix, Communications-Phoenix, is at 1805 E. Indian School Road. The parent corporation is based in Wayne, X.J. topping I I-City I-City Sulisiliary rcnaiiK-d rcnaiiK-d rcnaiiK-d Greyhound Highway Tours, the Greyhound Corp. subsidiary subsidiary that has become the world's largest wholesaler of domestic tours, has changed its name to Greyhound World Tours, company officials announced announced Tuesday.