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"Your Discount Dealer"
1995 Lincoln Continental
24 Month Lease
1995 Lincoln Mark VIII
Remodeling Association, (810)
Builders Association of South-
eastern Michigan (BASM).
The featured speaker is Bob
Schultz, author of The Official
OPENING DAY is Saturday for
the 77th annual International Handbook for New Home Sales-
Builders Home, Flower and Fur- people and president of New
niture Show at the Cobo Confer- Home Specialist in Boca Raton,
ence-Exhibition Center in Fla., a company that creates and
produces sales training programs
The show will continue and aids for builders and devel-
through Sunday, March 26. opers.
The seminar will be held from
Hours are 2-10 p.m. Monday
through Friday, 11 a.m. to 10 5:45-8:15 p.m. at the Northfield
p.m. Saturday and 11 a.m. to 6 Hilton in Troy. For registration
information, call BASM, (810)
For information on ticket 737-4477.
24 Month Lease
BOB DUSSEAU LINCOLN • MERCURY
MINUTES FROM WEST BLOOMFIELD AND SOUTHFIELD!
31625 Grand River at Orchard Lake Road
*Plus tax, title & plates. All rebates are included.
"24-month closed end lease for qualified buyers. Lease payment for 24 months. 30,000 mile limitation. 11c per mile for excess mileage. Leasee responsible for ex-
cess wear and tear. 1st month payment, refundable security deposit plus 6% use tax and plates at inception. Total of payments equals payment x 24, price in-
cludes rebate. Security payment equals payment rounded off to 25.00 over payment price plus tax. Option to purchase at end of lease for pre-determined amount.
Nearly 400 exhibitors will display their products and services at the International
Builders Home, Flower and Furniture Show.
prices, special ticket offers, park-
ing and People Mover hours, call
the show's sponsor, the Builders
Association of Southeastern
Michigan, (810) 737-4478.
ESTATE and financial planning
will be discussed by attorney and
CPA Rick Bloom at a free pro-
gram at 2 p.m. Friday, March 24,
in the Marcotte Room of the
Southfield Public Library. Reg-
istration is not required.
We create solutions."®
VISIT ONE OF OUR LOCATIONS
NEAR YOU OR CALL OUR •
AT (810) 355-2400 TODAY!
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'$2500 MINIMUM BALANCE REQUIRED. STATEMENT FEES MAY REDUCE EARNINGS IF BALANCE IN NOT MAINTAINED.
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WALSH COLLEGE will hold
open houses for prospective stu-
dents interested in obtaining a
bachelor's or master's degree in
business from 1-4 p.m. Sunday,
March 26, at the main campus in
Troy and the Novi campus.
Thirty-minute overviews of the
bachelor's and master's programs
at Walsh will be offered at 1:15
p.m. and 3 p.m. To register for ei-
ther open house, call Walsh's
Troy campus, (810) 689-8282.
strategies for manufacturing will
be discussed at a Tuesday, March
28, seminar presented by the
Michigan Technology Council's
Committee on Information Tech-
The seminar will be held at the
Management Education Center
in Troy. For further information
and to register, call the Michigan
Technology Council, (313) 763-
9757. The signup deadline is Fri-
day, March 24.
SELLING NEW homes is the
subject of a Wednesday, March
29, seminar offered by the Sales
and Marketing Council of the
REDUCING the fear and anxi-
ety of investing will be discussed
by Robert Can- III, a registered
principal of LPL Financial Ser-
vices, at 7 p.m. Thursday, March
30, at the Troy Public Library.
There is no charge. For reserva-
tions, call the library, (810) 524-
AUTHOR Paul Gregory, who
has helped the Russian govern-
ment "Westernize" its economy,
will present a free public lecture,
"Spontaneous Market Forces:
Will Russia Succeed In Spite Of
Itself?" at 7:30 p.m. Thursday,
March 30, in Room 201 of Dodge
Hall at Oakland University.
For further information about
the lecture, call Professor Kevin
Murphy, chair of the Department
of Economics, OU School of Busi-
ness Administration, (810) 370-
A TOUR to familiarize users
with the business resources in the
Troy Public Library will be held
from 8:30-9:45 a.m. Tuesday,
April 4, at the library. For reser-
vations, call the library, (810) 524-
ATTORNEY Geoffrey Fieger
will speak at 7:30 p.m. Wednes-
day, April 5, at the Baldwin Pub-
lic Library. The talk is presented
by the University of Michigan
Alumnae Club of Oakland
There is no charge, but regis-
trations are requested by calling
Debbie Pevos, (810) 737-9868,
or Corrine Opitek, (810) 540-
3730. r_ I