cents per share, compared to five years in prison and/or a fine
$6,474,000, or 40 cents per share, of up to $1 million.
in the comparable period last
THE ART of money manage-
The 1995 second-quarter per- ment, a seminar offered by the In-
formance was led by a 9.7 percent stitute for Retired Professionals
increase in comparable store sales (IRP), is held at 10 a.m. the first
(stores in operation for more than and third Wednesday of each
one year) despite a mild cough, month at the Maple/Drake
cold and flu season.
branch of the Jewish Communi-
Arbor, which operates 159 ty Center in West Bloomfield.
stores, is the nation's 15th largest
Ed Chalom is the facilitator of
the seminar. For further infor-
mation, call the IRP office, (810)
THE PRINCIPAL Financial 967-4030.
Group reached new highs in as-
sets, premium and customer safe- INVESTMENT CHOICES will
ty margin, according to year-end be discussed by Michael DeLap,
results released earlier this a CPA and registered investment
adviser, from 7-9:30 p.m. Tues-
Assets under management rose day, March 28, at the Bloomfield
to $48.2 billion in 1994, a 10 per- Township Public Library.
cent increase over 1993. The Prin-
For further information about
cipal was serving more than 8.9 the program, call the library, (810)
million Americans at the end of 642-5800.
1994, up from 8.4 million in 1993.
Premium and revenues A TELECOMMUNICATIONS
reached $12.7 billion, up 7 per- symposium will be held from 8
cent from $11.8 billion in 1993.
a.m. to 2 p.m. Friday, March 31,
The customer safety margin in the Community Arts Building
(surplus and investment reserves) at Wayne State University.
reached $2.7 billion, an 18 percent
Joining representatives from
increase over the 1993 level of the computer and telecommuni-
cations industries will be State
Principal Financial Securities, Rep. Alma Stallworth (D-Detroit),
the investment banking and se- Federal Communications Com-
curities brokerage subsidiary of missioner Andrew Barrett and
the Principal, has an office in Dr. Joann Anderson, director of
telecommunications and capital
development for the National
A REFERENCE BOOK for new Congress of Community Eco-
and seasoned property managers nomic Development.
is being made available by the
Entrepreneurial and business
Building Owners and Managers opportunities on the information
Association (BOMA) of Metro- superhighway and a better un-
derstanding of the Internet will
Fundamentals of Real Proper- be discussed.
ty Administration is a 594-page
There is no fee for the sympo-
book written by 11 industry pro- sium, but participants are asked
fessionals. The book is published to RSVP by calling (313) 223-
by the Building Owners & Man- 7500. For further information, call
agers Institute, which offers a Regina Bell, (517) 373-8263.
course by the same name.
For information on how to ob- MANAGING an apartment com-
tain a copy of the book, call BOMA munity in compliance with fair
of Metropolitan Detroit, (313) 336- housing regulations is the focus
of a Thursday, April 6, seminar
offered by the Apartment Associ-
LEGISLATION which would ation of Michigan (AAM).
hold accountable those who man-
Deborah Taylor, consultant for
ufacture and distribute products the Fourmidable Group of Farm-
or devices they know are danger- ington Hills, will conduct the sem-
ously defective has been intro- inar, which will be held from 8:30
duced by State Rep. Laura Baird a.m. to noon at the Northfield
Hilton in Troy. For registration
The offense would carry a information, call the AAM, (810)
felony charge punishable by up to 737-4477. ❑
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