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April 21, 1995 - Image 59

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-04-21

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SPECIAL SEMINAR OR VIDEO

HAVE YOU HEARD
BOUT ROCHELLE'S
BONUS CLUB?

EARN $50 WORTH
OF YARN FREE
WHEN YOU JOIN.
COME IN
FOR DETAILS!

bers of Detroit's legal communi-
ty for the Cranbrook Schools
Horizons-Upward Bound (HUB)
program, will be held at 6 p.m.
Thursday, April 27, in the
Kingswood auditorium at Cran-
brook.
The event is sponsored by the
Women's Bar Association Oak-
land Region, Augustus Straker
Bar Association and the Wolver-
ine Bar Association.
HUB helps high school stu-
dents from low-income families
graduate and go on to college. For
information on Star Search 2 or
to order tickets, call Cranbrook,
(810) 645-3059.

As ALWAYS,
THE GREATEST
SELECTION OF
YARN AND
BUTTONS!

NO-LOAD FUNDS

THE TOP PICKS FOR 1995-1996

An In-Depth Session for the Serious Investor:

• Learn specific strategies for creating a winning conservative, moderate, or aggressive no-load portfolio.
• Find out why last year's top funds could be next year's flops.

Limited Space: You Must Qualify to Attend

• Advanced nature of Top Picks workshop restricts attendance to those
with $200,000 of investable capital per family or per "plan".
• Special suggestions for profit sharing, 401(K) and 403(b) participants and trustees.

Seminar Dates

- MOTHER'S DAY
GIFT CERTIFICATES
AVAILABLE!

Wednesdays: May 3, May 10, May 17, 1995
10:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.
Yolles Investment Management, Inc. office

-

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To Reserve Your Spot or FREE Video of No-Load Funds: TOP PICKS

Knit, Knit, Knit
855-2114

CALL: 1-800-882-0707

and

TRADE ADVANTAGE '95, an

Accents In
Needlepoint

expo for small and medium busi-
ness owners sponsored by the
Greater Detroit Chamber of
Commerce, will be held from 7:30
a.m. to 6 p.m. Thursday, April 27,
at the University of Michigan-
Dearborn fieldhouse.
The expo will begin with a
"Winning in Sports and Busi-
ness" panel discussion featuring
Detroit Lions star Lomas Brown,
ex-Detroit Pistons standout Bill
Laiinbeer, former Detroit Lions
star Mel Fan- and ex-University
of Michigan quarterback John
Wangler.
For information on Trade Ad-
vantage '95, call Marie Raye,
(313) 596-0337.

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A nationally recognized mutual fund expert, Mr. Yolles will lead the workshop.
One of the few Chartered Financial Analysts in the country to specialize in no-load fund
analysis and portfolio management. Frequently quoted in national publications such as
The New York Times, Wall Street Transcript and Money magazine.

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JOYCE WEISS, a professional

speaker and management con-
sultant, will present a program
on "How To Add More Joy and
Creativity to Your Life" from
7:30-9 p.m. Tuesday, May 2, at
Orchard Lake Middle School.
For information, call West
Bloomfield Community Educa-
tion, (810) 539-2290, or Joyce
Weiss Associates, (810) 681-5831.

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Band Bookings
Photo Keepsakes
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WORKSHOPS for small busi-

ness owners and managers have
been scheduled beginning
Wednesday, May 3, by the Busi-
ness Enterprise Development
Center (BEDC) in Troy. For in-
formation or to register, call
BEDC, (810) 952-5800.

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Valet Parking
Music Videos
Big Screens
Invitations
Giveaways
Karaoke

• Custom Alterations • Accessories •
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Appointments in Your Office or Our Showroom

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ADVICE on how to close sales

will be revealed at a seminar
Wednesday, May 3, sponsored by
the Sales and Marketing Coun-
cil of the Builders Association of
Southeastern Michigan (BASM).
The seminar will be held from
8:45-10:15 a.m. at the BASM
headquarters in Farmington
Hills. For registration informa-
tion, call BASM, (810) 737-4477.

• Horizontals

•Verticals

•Pleated Shades

• Wood Blinds

•Fabric Toppers

A FREE SEMINAR on deter-

mining a retirement plan distri-
bution will be held at 5:30 p.m.
Wednesday, May 10, at the
Charles Schwab & Co. office in
Southfield.
A 33-page guide will be given
to each participant and refresh-
ments will be served. Because of

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