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July 22, 1994 - Image 52

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-07-22

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s -reve sTEIN

SCOTT GREIG of Rochester
has been named an account co-
ordinator at Simons Michelson
Zieve Advertising in Troy. Mr.
Greig is a graduate of Albion Col-
lege.

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tory of America's luxury real es-
tate professionals. The Register
is being sold in 66 countries
worldwide.

STEPHANIE KALLEN has
been appointed assistant broad-
ROSALEE HILL of Coldwell cast networks manager at Mu-
Banker Schweitzer Real Estate sic Technologies International
in Birmingham and JILL (MTI) in Southfield, an in-store
GRETZ of Cranbrook Associ- audio company. Ms. Kallen will
ates, Inc. Realtors of Bloomfield be involved in programming the
Hills have been named two of MTI radio networks. She comes
the top luxury real estate pro- to the company from the Chica-
fessionals in the United States go Bulls of the National Bas-
by Unique Homes, the national ketball Association, where she
magazine of luxury real estate. was a member of the team's spe-
Because of their selection, Ms. cial promotions division and
Hill and Ms. Gretz are listed in cheerleading squad. 0
The Register, the official direc-

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Teamwork On
The Gaza Strip

The Israel Ministry of Industry the government.
"We hope to establish two in-
and Trade is formulating a plan
to establish industrial areas along dustrial areas, each on 2,000
the Gaza Strip intended for Pales- dunams. Gaza and Israeli resi-
tinian, Israeli and foreign invest- dents will work in the firms," said
Mr. Snir. "The factories will be
ment ventures.
Ministry director-general Yos- jointly owned by Israeli, Pales-
si Snir, chairman of the commit- tinian and foreign investors to re-
tee in charge of implementing the duce control by either the Israeli
economic agreement between Is- or Palestinian side."
Mr. Snir said the development
rael and the Palestinians, said he
has submitted the industrial zone of the zones will reduce the num-
proposal to Industry and Trade ber of workers coming from Gaza
Minister Micha Harish, who is ex- to Israel, partly solving Israel's
pected to present the proposal to unemployment problem;

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A 'Breakthrough'
For Teva Company

Israel's Teva pharmaCeutical com-
pany has developed an interna-
tionally-patented device that
protects health workers who take
blood samples from being acci-
dentally infected with AIDS and
hepatitis B.
The relatively simple device,
described by the company as a
"breakthrough," is manufactured
by its Travenol subsidiary's Mig-
da plant in Kiryat Shmona.
It is a tiny device attached to
the plastic pipette that allows the
collection of blood without any
spattering on the health worker.
Called SampLink, the device
has been approved by the U.S.
Food and Drug Administration. It
is expected to be marketed by the
tens of millions around the world.
Because it is disposable, the mar-

ket is expected to be very large.
Baxter International, the giant
pharmaceutical firm which re-
portedly controls some 70 percent
of the total world blood donations,
has signed a $10 million deal with
Travenol for marketing SampLink
in North America from 1995 to
1997.
Travenol has signed contracts
with two other leading blood-col-
lection-bag companies, one Euro-
pean and the other Australian. O

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