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San Antonio'EXPRESS/NlWS-Sunday, August 9, 1970 Page 9-D »«! NEW OFFICE BUILDING-Constructior, started on ,- a new three-story office building by the Richard Carlyon Go. H. B. Zachry Properties Inc., is con- structing tha building for Carlyon, Shown here is the architect's drawing. Work Starts on Luxury Office Building Construction by the Richard Carlvon Co. of a three-story, luxury-type office building at 10285 Oasis Dr., north of Loop 410 and adjacent to the proposed North Expressway, was under way Saturday. The new building was announced by R.D. "Dick" Carlyon, president of the San Antonio mortgage banking firm, who said the 30,000 square foot facility would be ready for occupancy by January, 1971. "We selected this location because we believe the area will ue the center of San Antonio's future business growth," Carlyon said. Featuring c o v e r e d parking for tenants, decorator interiors, custom carpeting and draperies and a coffee shop, the new building is being constructed by H.13. · Zachry Properties, Inc. Bartlett Cocke Associates are the architects and permanent financing was provided by the Northwestern M u t u al Life Insurance Company o! Milwaukee. The C a r l y o n firm will occupy 3,000 square feet of the building with the balance to be available for leasing, Carlyon said. BUSINESS NEWS DIRECTOR NAMED Harry 0. Curnutt, president of Highland Park State Bank has been elected to the board of .directors of Airway Casualty Co., president Lynn Foster announced. Mrs. Margaret Curtis was also named assistant secretory and ' treasurer for the com-' pany. Foster, a life-time re-J sident of Texas, was! named chairman of the I board of Airways Associates Inc. at its recent Foster directors meeting in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Airway Casually is a Texas subsidiary of this aviationjnsurance specialty company. Foster has been affiliated with the company since 1964. JOLLY TO HEAD UNIT Dick Morgan, administrator for the Fort Worth region of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, S a t u r d a y an- ----- nounced the appointment' of Finals E. Jolly, 47, of. San Antonio has director! of the new HUD area off-' tee here. The appointment d a i l y establishes the new office. The office is 535 S. Main Ave. Tire of fice will move to the Kallison Building in September. ,. - Jolly will be sworn in here in ceremonies Friday attended by federal, regional, state and local officials. ', ; He has been director of the San Antonio FHA Insuring Office since summer 1969. The responsibilities of that job also will fall under his new position. WALGREEN PROMOTIONS , ^Walgreen Co. has promoted two em- p i'o y e s to store management positions here. ;;,;,Jose V. S a n c h e z, has been named manager of the W-lgreen Dnig Store at 139 \Valgreen Plaza and Barney W. New-ell will manage the chain's 616 Military Drive store. Sanchez joined Walgreen in 1965 while a University of Texas pharmacy student. After his graduation in IMS he was promoted to assistant store manager and early this year 1 to store manager. Newell joined Walgreens as a clerk in 1967 and was promoted to assistant store manager In 1969. ATTENDS SEMINAR D o u g 1 a s A. Lake, 353 Brettonwood Dr., branch manager for American Courier Corp., attended the company's weeklong managers business education seminar in Lake Bluff, HI., a CWcago suburb. NEW FIELD MANAGER The appointment of BUI Henners as field organization manager for Volkswagen South Central Distributor, Inc. has been announced by James 0. Lewis, rice president and general manager. Henners will have responsibility for Volkswagen's seven sales districts in the five-states covered by South Central. He joined Volkswagen in 1968 after having served ten years with the Chev', rplet Motor Division. ; S BROWN ATTENDS COURSE 9 I Norman K. Brown, Jr., a representa- « tlve of Aetna Life Casualty in San Anil tonio, is attending a special life insurance 'school at Aetna's borne office in Hart- d, Cora. WWDO JOINS BRANIFF F, Prato has been appointed Antonio district sales representative for Braniff International Airways, according to D I s t r i c t S a l e s Director Roy T.' Barnes; Prado w a s formerly assistant protocol officer for HemisFair and has recently been in the insurance business. A native of Mexico, Prado is a graduate ofl ' t h e University of thel A m e r i c a s in Mexico! C i t y . He attended ele- 1 -, mentary school in Cana- .. Pr»* ! da and hi^ school in Paris, France. · Prado is fluent in Spanish and French, SELLS 518 BILLION. Connecticut Mutual Life has reached the mark of $10 billion of ordinary life insurance in force, announced Lowell D. Embs, general agent for the company in San Antonio. This makes Connecticut Mutual Life the tenth mutual life insurance company in the nation to reach the $10 billion mark. In recent years, the company has reached billion marks about every 18 months. The company reached the SI billion mark in 1938, 92 years after it was founded. COURSE COMPLETED 0 d i s George, district representative for Lutheran Brotherhood, a fraternal in-, s u r a n c e society based in Minneapolis, has completed the study course in life insurance offered, by the Life Underwriter Training Council. The two-part course is sales-oriented and aims to Improve the quality of life insurance marketing. George is a member of the agency headed by Walter Beglau, with offices in Austin. BOTHE PROMOTED Richard A. Bothe Jr., vice president of Main Bank and Trust, has been placed in charge of the commercial loan department, President William A. Pagan has announced/ Bothe is a graduate of St. M a r y ' s University where he received a degree in economics. A Mason and a Shriner, he is a member the Monday M o r n 1 n gj Quarterback C l u b and the Boy Scout Executive! Committee. Bothe HAMBURGER U. GRAD John Acuff of the McDonald's restaurant which will Eoon open at 1330 S. Laredo St. was graduated from the world's most unusual university -- Hamburger University -- in suburban Chicago. Hamburger U. Is operated by the McDonald's chain of restaurants as a training school for the men who run its outlets. The local McDonald's is p a r t of the nationwide chain which now numbers over 1,400 restaurants across tho country. JOCKUSCH HONORED . Carl G. Jockusch, chairman of the board of directors of the Groos National Bank, was presented with a plaque during the b o a r d ' s July monthly meeting in ap- pretiation for ills 40 years of service vtih the- Groos. Since coming to the] Groos on Jury 31, 1930,1 Jockusch has served in I most of the banks posi-l t i o n s and is currently] chairman and trust officer. Jockusch received a bachelor of business ad- Jocknseh ministration degree from the University of Texas in 1930 and a bachelor of arts degree from there in 1931. He is a graduate of John K. Weber Law .School and was admitted to the State Bar of Texas in 1937. Jockusch is married to the former Mary English Dickson. Hand his wife have two sons and two daughters. NEW RC MANAGER John H. Stubee has been promoted to general manager of the Royal Crown BoMng Co. of San Antonio Inc., Joseph F. Haynie, vice president and Koyal Crown brand manager for Pearl Brew- j ing Co. reported, Stubee baa been neral sates manager of" the l o c a l plant since-' November, 1969. He began Ms career; wih Royal Crown in 1963] as a special representative in the s o u t h e r n ] states for Columbus, Ga.' plant. stabee After two years In that position, Stu- bee was made an area manager and worked out of Denver, Colo, and laler Dallas in that capacity. In 1966, Stubee was named one of ten men on the company's Honor Council for the year.. After graduating from San J a c 1 n t o High School, he attended Sam Houston West Side Housing Development Planned By WILSON McKINNEY S e v e r a l West Side businessmen of Mexican-American and Chinese American descent have incorporated to provide housing and economic development in low-income areas of San Antonio. "We are trying to fill the vacuum fhat is (here for homes for the needy and for low-income families," said F. F. Woo, president of Component Homes of San Antonio, Inc. The houses they plan to offer are of prefabricated, modular steel construction. "It is a new concept in building, which mil provide for quick erection, low inilial cost and low maintenance c o s t s , " he said. "And because of the fire-proof construction, insurance rates also will be low." The three-bedroom homes were developed by Trinity Scientific Leasing, Inc., of Dallas. The method of construction already has been approved by tlie F1IA. "There is nothing fancy about these homes," said Clem Galan, a retired contractor who is wee president of Component Homes. Exteriors arc finished in baked-on enamel, and interiors are of \vood paneling, rather than sheet rock, to reduce upkeep. "Maintenance is a difficult thing for the needy family," Galan pointed out. Tiiis is why Woo became interested in the project, lie is owner of Foon's Super Market, and this is his first venture into the construction business, he said. "We saw a need for this type of house for the needy--something that will not deteriorate after four or five years." But the project is a two-pronged effort, Galan stressed. "We hope to provide more than 1M Jobs within six months aa well as the much-needed houses." The group presently is seeking nonprofit sponsors of the housing under the FHA 235 program, and has invited many, such as Model Cities, Urban Renewal, and the City Council, to see their model home, now being constructed at 651 Old Highway 90 West. "For those who cannot now qualify for the FHA 233 program because of the h'gh price of most homes covered by the program, sve are trying to get the coat A each unit under $10,000," Woo said. State College in HuntsviMe. Stubee, married and the father of two daughters, is a member of the Sales and Marketing Executives 9f San Antonio and the San Antonio Optimists. HEADS CORPUS BRANCH Appointment of Charles W. Starrett as branch manager of the Corpus Christi branch office of Orkin Exterminating Co. has been announced from the Orkin home offices in Atlanta, Ga. Starrett conies to the Corpus Christi from the San Antonio branch office where he held the position of salesman. He joined Orten in October, 1968. Orkin as a division of Rollins Inc., nationwide environmental service company. HALTY JOINS JOSKE'S Floyd J. Halty has Joined Joske's of Texas as credit manager. He began his business career with Joske's and has s i n c e been associated, with F r a n k Bros., Jor-j ries and Dillards. H a l t y is currently! president of the Consu- m e r Credit Assodationl of Texas and is a mem-1 her of the Administrative! Management Society. A native of LaCoste.l Halty graduated from St I Mary's University with g| bachelor of arts degree. He resides in San An- Halty tonio with his wife and two children. PROMOTIONS TOLD Fred !)obbs and- Terrell. Goodspeed have teen promoted from assistant cashiers to assistant vice presidents of Bexar County National Bank, according to Ernest Baetz, president and chairman of the board. Walter St. James was named to the post of assistant auditor end assistant vice president. Expansion o* the b a n k ' s executive staff was attributed to continuing growth. MARKS 15TH YEAR J.H. Raper, manager in Urn San Antonio Central district office of the National Life and Accident Insurance Co., recently celebrated his 15th year, with the firm. He was* honored at a celebration j in the district office loc a t e d at 1219 Mc-j Cullough. The National Life and Accident Insurance Co. is the nation's fifth larg-i est combination life in-1 surance firm and has fiol billion of life insurance! in force and assets over $1.5 billion. The firm has Raper three district offices and more than 70 full-time representatives serving San Anionic and the surrounding area. MILLS NOTED David Mills Inc., 155 E. Houston St., has been noted as a New Breed Fashion Center for the fall shopping center by Gentlemen's Quarterly, m e n's fashion magazine. The store will be listed as a New Breed Fashion Center in the September back-to-school, back-to-t own issue of the publication. A major part of the issue will be devoted to fall clothes for the campus and office. NEW GROOS VP Joe B. Eanes has been elected a vice president of the roos National Bank. Carl G. Jockuseh, chairman of the board of directors aad Ernest, M. Groos Jr., president,. mad« the announcement fotartng the r e g u l a r i July monthly meeting of e board. j Eanes, a n a t i v e of* Roanote, Va., h o l d s a B.S. degree in economics · from Virginia Polytech-, nie Institute and a graduate certificate from the American Institute of Banking. ,, He is also a graduate of Northwestern University School of Bank Marketing and has attended the School of Bank Management at the University of Virginia. Eanes leaves the First National Exchange Bank of Virginia where he has been assistant vice president in market ing. His new responsibilities at the Groos will be as director of marketing. Married, Eanes and his wife have two daughters. Western Union Seeking 1,500 Employes SPECIAL TO THE EXPRESS-NEWS NEW YORK - The Western Union Telegraph Co. Saturday launched the most extensive employe recruiting campaign in its 120-year history. The c o m p a n y will Mre about l.SOfl technicians, repairmen, clerks, dispatchers and other personnel to handle operations of the nationwide Teletypewriter Exchange (TWX) service which Western Union has purchased from the Bell System and will begin operating early next year. The new employes will operate and maintain TWX, and perform all other business functions relating to the service. According to R. W. McFall, Western Union chairman and president, "the acquisition of TWX 'is a major step forward in creating an integrated national record message service as recommended by the Federal Communications Telephone and Telegraph Committees." With the combination of Telex, Western Union's 12-year-old automatic tele- printer e x c h a tf g e service, and TWX, there will be 75,000 exchange subscribers interconnected through Western U n i o n computer system Currently, Telex is the biggest user of Western Union's national electronic data communications (EDC) system. As part of the EDC" network, Telex Computer Communications Services (TCCS) were instituted in 1969. These services enable Telex customers to send multipfe-address messages, dial directly into the public message (telegram) network, and send collect Telex messages. TCCS also allows Telex customers to contact TWX users. The message storing and switching, capacity of the computers in Western Union centers will be shared by all 75,000 teleprinter exchange subscribers w h e n the integration of the two systems is completed in 1972. Western Union will have a total of about 30,000 employees with the addition of the 1,500 new jobs available in 255 locations across the United States. The majority of openings are for technicians. Audi Automobile Dealership Sets Opening The first Porsche Audi automobile de- alersliip to open in new and separate facilities in Texas has its grand opening scheduled in San Antonio, Friday and Saturday, ac-" cording to an announcement by Hoy J. Kramer, general manager of the j facility. San Antonio's newest auto dealership will be,. .* open to the public from 9,·. a.m. to 9 p.m. on both;--;' daya, and the t w o -d a y'*_ g r a n d opening will be~" highlighted by the draw-* 8 i n g for the use of an Audi 100 LS for six months. Located at 1326 N.K. Loop 410 Expressway, Kramer will sell and service one of the most diversified automobile line-ups in the industry. On display next weekend will be the w o rl d's first large-volume mid-engins production car, the Porsche 914 as well as the famous rear-engined P o r s c h grand touring models. Also in his showroom will be a newcomer to the U.S. highways, the luxury- style, front-wheel drive Audi. The mid-engine Porsche is a two-seat sports car with a combination of race-inspired technical features including an engine mounted ahead of the rear ax3e. It may be equipped with an 85-horsepower four-cylinder e n g i n e with electric fuel injection or with a 125-horsepower, six- cylinder engine with overhead camsfcafta and two 3-barrel carburetors. K r a m e r has announced that Louis Quin will be sales manager, Max Vale- ruz, service manager; Kenneth S t e e l s parts manager; and Mrs. Ronnie Me- Murtray office manager. Winn's Stores Express Art Earnings Increase y~^l · f* TTfc ,, · · . O Chief Retiring James E. "Jimmy" Skinner Jr., head of the display art department of the Express Publishing Co., is retiring after 22 years with the newapa- per. Skinner, 65, a native! of Corsicana, was grad-i uated from Baylor Univ-j e r s i t y in.1928 with a| bachelor of business ad- · ministration degree. He joined the staff of,' the Express-News' sister paper, the Corpus Christi Caller-Times, in 1936 and , r e m a i n e d there until 1945. Then lie moved to Skinner the New York World Telegram unit! 1947 and worked for the Atlanta Journal two yeara before coming to San Antonio in the advertising department. Skinner said his retirement plans include catching up on projects around his home and working on the .monthly classified publication AnCam. He has been associated with the publication for many years, handling 1 a y o u t and production work. Winn's Stores, Inc., announced that Its net Income for the first six months of 1970 amounted to §299,300, a 69.7 per cent increase over first half net income for 1969. Lynn H. Spears, president W the variety store chain, explained that Winn's had earnings per share of 60 cents for tea first half ol 1970 compared to 35 cents lor. the corresponding period in 1969. Spears also s t a t e d that first half sales of $11,064,000 represented an Increase of 10.5 per cent over sales for the 1969 first half. Winn's posted 1970 second quarter net Income of $158,700, or 32 cents per share which am'iMinted to a IS.S per cent increase over the comparable period for the previous year. The company reported sales of $5,743,000 for the second quarter, up C.I per cent over sales for the same three-month period in 1969. Winn's earlier a n n o u n c e d that board of d i r e c to rs had increased the Company's regular quarterly dividend on its cbmmon stock to 25 cents per share, an increase of 5 cents per share from the previous quarterly rate. Winn's operates 1M retail variety stores ta Texas with general offices and warehouse in San Antonio. BUSINESS NEWS BARROW HEADS HUMBLE Thomas D. Barrow, 45, who holds a Ph. D. in geology, was named president of Humble Oil and Refining Co., succeeding Charles F. Jones, 58. Barrow, born a San Antonio, received his doetonate from Stanford University and holds a petroleum engineering degree from the University of Texas. He joined Humble as a geologist in 1951 and served with that unit, except for a year as executive vice president of Esso Exploration Inc., until being named senior vice president of Humble in 1967. JERSIG TO SPEAK Harry D. Jersig, c h a i r m a n of the board and chief executive officer of Lone Star Brewing Co. will be guest speaker at the regular noon luncheon of the Highland Park Lions Club, 1505 S. Gevers St., Thursday. Jersig will show movies of his last safari to Bechaunaland, which had been newly opened to hunting and reportedly contained the 1 a r g e s t concentration of plains game in Africa. Trophies from the trip were brought to Lone Star's Buckhom Hall of Horns and other museums by Which Jersig had been commissioned. FIVE BANKERS GRADUATE Five San Antonio bankers are among the 137 bankers from the United States who graduated Friday from the Southwestern Graduate School of Banking at SMU. They are Harry K. Straup Jr., assistant cashier of the Alamo National Bank; Robert T. Meilard assistant vice president of the Frost National Bank; Everett A. Pelton, assistant vice president of First National Bank; and Edward W. RuUedge and Clarence W. Shirley, vice presidents of the National Bank ot Commerce. MEDICAL AND DENTAL. CENTER--An architect's drawing by th« i'trm of Frank M. Valdez and Associ- otes shows how the Southside Medical and Dental Center, now under construction, will look when completed. Developer of the center Is GNC Corp. Medical., Dental Center Work Starts Eanes Construction is under way on the GNC Corp.'s Southside M e d i c a 1 and Dental Center, located on a several-acre tract at the corner of Sharmain Street and Comm e r c i a 1 Avenue, two blocks south of South West Military Dr. Designed by the architectural firm of Frank M. V a I d e z and Associates, the building is expected lo be completed by early December, Valdez says. Engineer was David Williams and Associates, and contractors are John R. Gonzales and Jesse Villarreal. The building, with 11,375 square teet, will contain 10 medical offices, two den-la! offices and a pharmacy. Each medical suite will have one to three examining rooms, a consultation room, nurses station, b u s i n e s s office and waiting rooms. Additional medical facilities will be a laboratory and an X-ray room. Separate lounges will be available for doctors and nurses. The two dental suites will share a common waiting room. All suites wili be carpeted and have suspended accoustical ceilings for a quiet atmosphere. The building nill be completely air conditioned w i t h individual controls in each suite. The foundation is a concrete slab on fill.. Structural frame is steel with steel open web bar joist and a poured insulating concrete deck with a built up roof. Exterior wafls will be double wythe brick non load bearing. Interior walls WE be metal studs with gypsum board or wood paneling. Parking facilities will include space* (or 78 vehiclea.

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