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September 09, 1994 - Image 42

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-09-09

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A STEP-BY-STEP review of the
Michigan Construction Lien Act
and the lien procedures will be
presented Sept. 20 by the
Builders Association of South-
eastern Michigan (BASM).
Marty Burnstein of the Sey-
burn, Kahn, Ginn, Bess, Howard
& Deitch law firm in Southfield
will discuss protection under the
law for builders, sub-contractors,
suppliers and building trades
workers.
The seminar will be held from
8-11 a.m. at the Northfield Hilton
in Troy. For registration infor-
mation, call the BASM at 737-
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Oakland Community College's
(OCC) Business Technology Cen-
ter.
The class will be held from 7-
9 p.m. Sept. 27 and Oct. 4, 11 and
18 at the Orchard Ridge campus
of OCC. For registration infor-
mation, call the OCC Business
Technology Center at 471-7729.

CHILDTIME Children's Cen-
ters, headquartered in Farming-
ton Hills, has been awarded a
contract by Blue Cross and Blue
Shield of Mississippi to imple-
ment and manage its on-site de-
velopment center in Jackson,
Miss.
The newest local Childtime
center, located in Farmington
Hills, is due to be completed in
November. Childtime, which op-
erates on-site employer-spon-

THREE STORES opened re-
cently at Laurel Park Place mall
in Livonia. They include the Dis-
ney Store, clothing retailer North-
ern Reflections and girls clothing
retailer the Limited Too. At 5,800
square feet, it is the largest Dis-
ney Store in Michigan. Due to
open soon at Laurel Park Place
are McDevitt's Hallmark, New
Peking Restaurant, Successories
and Talbot's Kids.

HAVERHILL FARMS has
moved north to White Lake
Township. Located for nearly 30
years on 14 Mile near Hagger-
ty, owner Harry Klentner's horse
stable is now situated five min-
utes north of M-59.

THE LAW FIRM of Mager,
Monahan, Donaldson & Alber
has changed its name to Mager,
Mercer, Scott & Alber. Principal
offices remain at 2400 First Na-
tional Building in Detroit. The
firm also has a Macomb County
office in Roseville.

FLORINE MARK, president
and chief executive officer of the
WW Group, will be the featured
speaker at the Women's Adver-
tising Club of Detroit's season-
opening luncheon. It is scheduled
for 11:30 a.m. Sept. 20 at the Em-
bassy Suites in Southfield.
Reservations are required. They
can be made by contacting Ida
Wixson at 380-7140 before 5 p.m.
Sept. 16.

LEADING ISRAELI STOCKS
TRADED ON U.S. EXCHANGES

Symbol

Name

SCIXF

Scitex
ECI Telecom
Teva Pharm
PEC Israel
Elbit Computers
Elscint LTD

ECILF
TEVIY
I EC
ELBTF
ELT
ELRNF

TAD
CMVT
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Exchange

NASDAQ
NASDAQ
NASDAQ
NYSE
NASDAQ
NYSE
Elron Electronics NASDAQ
Tadi ran
NYSE
NASDAQ
Comverse

Lan net Data

NASDAQ

First Israel Fund NYSE

Aug. 26

Sept. 2

19.25
5 18.63

'19.13
5 17.75
'28.50
'27.38
'25.00
'2.50
'10.75
'22.38
'10.13
'9.25
'14.50

5

29.00
27.25
5 24.00

5

5

'2.50
5 10.50
5 18.25

10.50
5 8.75
5 13.75

5

Change

-'0.88
-$0.50
+'0.13
+51 .00
'0.00

+54.13

-50.37
+$0.50

Source: Allen °lender, Prudential Securities, West Bloomfield.

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