Newspaper article THE JOURNAL RECORD

Briefly.In Oklahoma

Newspaper article THE JOURNAL RECORD

Briefly.In Oklahoma

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Business Women to Hear Medical Updates An update on new developments in various medical specialties will be presented at the National Association of Women Business Owners monthly meeting Thursday at The Sportsman's Club.

Moderating a panel will be Carol Blackwell, M.D., opthalmologist. Additional speakers and their topics include Janice Morton, D.D.S., dental implants; Lori Hansen, M.D., cosmetic surgery; Teresa Shavney, M.D., breast cancer; Audrey McMaster, M.D., gynecology; and Aline Brown, M.D., AIDS.

A 5 p.m. workshop will be held prior to the dinner meeting at 6:30. The workshop will feature A.J. Cunningham of Cunningham Interiors, who will present "How to Design Your Office and Your Business."

The cost of the workshop is $10 to non-members. The dinner costs $12.

Taylor Marine Completes Move Taylor Marine, a manufacturer of in-board fiberglass boats, has completed its relocation into a 56,000-square-foot facility in Cushing, the Oklahoma Department of Commerce has announced.

The company, which moved from Drumright, has increased its employment from 13 to 40, and expects the workforce to expand to 100 by the end of 1988.

Pilgrim's Pride Buys Mexican Operations PITTSBURG, TEXAS - Pilgrim's Pride Corp. has signed an agreement in principle to acquire, for cash, three integrated poultry production operations in Mexico. The deal will make Pilgrim's Pride the second largest broiler producer in Mexico.

Pilgrim's Pride is the sixth largest producer of poultry products and the 15th largest egg producer in the U.S. The company employs 5,000 people in the U.S. and operates processing plants, distribution centers, hatcheries and feed mills in Oklahoma, Texas and Arkansas.

The interests purchased in Mexico include Nutricos of Mexico City, Hugo Martinez's broiler operation in San Luis Potosi and the Dr. Enrique Salinas operation in Satillo.

FAA Rents Portion of Motel for School LAWTON - The Federal Aviation Administration has rented a wing of a Lawton motel as temporary quarters for its management training school after Cameron University ordered the agency out of buildings on its campus. …

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