Bata Land Co. Inc., a Belcamp-based industrial development...


October 15, 1990

Bata Land Co. Inc., a Belcamp-based industrial development company, has changed its name to BLC Properties Inc.

Nova Pharmaceutical Corp. in Baltimore applied for federal Food and Drug Administration approval for clinical tests for its topical sucralfate, a medicine to heal wounds.

Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore will place students or former students in part-time or free-lance assignments in fields such as graphic design, illustration, interior design, painting, sculpture, photography or crafts. For information, call the office of Career Planning and Placement at 225-2420.

Laser Publishing & Design, a marketing and communications company, relocated from Columbia to Albuquerque, N.M. The East Coast production facility moved on Sept. 1 to St. Leonard, and is managed by Gina Moulthrop.

Anne Arundel Community College, Technical and Career Education Division, is offering a free copy of a booklet on jobs in demand and salary projections. For a copy of "Tomorrow's Jobs Through the Year 2000," call 541-2400.

Home Builders Association of Maryland produced a consumer guide with maps and floor plans of new homes in the area. The "Parade of Homes 1990 Plan Book" is available free by calling 235-0658.

Open for business

Talbots, a Hingham, Mass.-based women's clothing retailer, is opening a store for petite sizes adjacent to the Talbots store at Lake Falls Village in North Baltimore.

L&N Seafood, a restaurant, opened its first Baltimore-area location at the Owings Mills Mall.

The Johns Hopkins School of Engineering opened a satellite facility in the Dorsey Business Park near Baltimore-Washington International Airport.

New accounts

Mitchell & Associates, an advertising, marketing and public relations firm in Baltimore and Bethesda, is representing Lukas Confections in York, Pa.

The Bomstein Agency, a Washington-based advertising agency, is providing advertising and merchandising materials for the Baltimore Harbor Endowment, and is representing The Brittany, a development of single-family homes in Prince William County, Va.

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