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Our business is the repair of VW vehicles and the selling of
parts and accessories for Volkswagon vehicles.
Parts & Accessories
Lubrications & Oil
front End & Suspension Work
Hurrter Wheel Alignment"
Dynamic Wheal Balancing
2435 N. 33rd
VAIJT TO LEAH til TO SELL
A FREE SALES COURSE
ONLYWILL BE OFFERED:
TIME: 10:30 to 11:50 A.M. OR
1:30 to 2:50 P.M.
SATURDAY, APRIL 5
LOCATION: GOVERNOR'S SUITE (7th FLOOR)
(classroom attire is fine)
THE ONE HOUR COURSE WILL BE GIVEN BY A
HIGHLY SUCCESSFUL SALES MANAGER OF A
MAJOR "FORTUNE 500" COMPANY AND IS
PRESENTED AS A WAY OF INTRODUCING A SPECIAL
SERIES OF SALES SKILLS WORKSHOPS BEING
OFFERED BY SALES TRAINING SEMINARS, INC.
IF YOUR IMMEDIATE FUTURE PLANS FIT ANY OF
THE FOUR CATEGORIES BELOW, THIS VERY
PRACTICAL WORKSHOP WILL BE OF INTEREST TO
1) WANT TO ACQUIRE THE SKILL TO SELL YOURSELF
AND YOUR IDEAS.
2) WILL BE INTERVIEWING FOR SALES OR MARKETING
POSITION. WANT TO GET FIRST-HAND KNOWLEDGE OF THE
SALES REPRESENTATIVE'S JOB, QUALITIES SALES
MANAGERS LOOK FOR IN APPLICANTS, AND SO ON.
3) WILL BE TAKING A POSITION IN SALES, MARKETING,
PUBLIC RELATIONS, MANAGEMENT. WANT TO BE AS
SUCCESSFUL AS POSSIBLE AS SOON AS POSSIBLE.
4) GOING INTO A BUSINESS POSITION OTHER THAN
SALES OR MARKETING BUT NEED TO LEARN THE SKILLS
OF A PROFESSIONAL SALESMAN.
REPEAT THERE IS NO CHARGE
FOR THE SATURDAY, APRIL 5TH MINI
Sales Training Semminars, Incorporated
1705 Oakdale Avenue 489-0224
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If you have trouble tuning in your favorite television program
on your tiny 3 in.-by-3 in. television screen, perhaps you should
consider a larger television.
You could even buy one of the very large televisions, such as
those used by NASA in the Space Control Center, costing up to
Advent Corporation has developed a large-screen television for
home use which costs about $3,000, according to Robert Pavlik,
vice president of Stereo Studios, the Lincoln distributor.
The set consists of two pieces, a receiver-projector unit and a
Hie receiver-projector picks up broadcasts in the usual way,
Pavlik said, but the electronic steps which produce the picture are
done in the receiver-projector and projected to the screen as a
beam of light.
The screen, which was developed by Kodak, is about 4 ft by 5
ft., according to Pavlik. There are no wires between the receiver
and projector, he said.
"All there is between the projector and screen is light," Pavlik
The larger-than-lifesize image produced is several times brighter
than the standard television's image, according to Pavlik.
The large television is opening up new avenues, he said.
Although the television was primarily designed for home use,
Pavlik said it could be used for areas such as closed circuit
"Sports events would be extremely interesting on this set,
because you could see things you couldn't see on the smaller set,"
The sale of Advent Audiobeam is purely speculative in the
Lincoln area, he said.
Housing contract packets out
Residence hall room and board contract
packets for 1 975-76 have been made available to
all current residents and will be mailed to
incoming freshmen within the next three weeks,
Mousing Director Richard Armstrong said
Included in the packets with the residence hall
handbook, "The Good Life," are four cards
which must be returned with an advance
payment of $125 to the housing office by 5 p.m.
April 18 for residents to receive priority on
Contracts may be filed any time after that,
Armstrong said, but current residents will have
no priority over new students after April 18.
The four. cards in the packet include the
housing contract, housing payment card, room
assignment questionnaire and a student
long-distance agreement with the Lincoln
Tabulated by floors
The visitation hours requested by each
student meeting the deadline will be tabulated by
floors, and then room assignments will be made
by residence directors.
Students will receive room assignments
including the number of visitation hours by May
2, and may change their assignments with their
residence directors by May 9, Ken Swerdlow,
assistant director of housing, said in a
memorandum to residents.
Students who file a contract after April 18
and before May 2 will be notified of their room
assignment by May 9.
Unlike other years, a carbon copy of the
housing contract was not provided for students.
Armstrong said he would prefer to give
students a copy, but that all the contract
stipulations were included in the handbook, and
printing the contract and agreements on cards
made them easier to fit the packets.
Next year telephones will be in each student
room, and the residents will be able to make
campus and local calls at no additional cost. The
agreement with the Lincoln Telephone Co. is if a
student also wants long distance telephone
service, which he must pay for himself.
Students cancelling their housing contract by
written notice before noon; Aug. 1, 1975, will be
returned their advance payment except for a $15
Students cancelling contracts between noon,
Aug. 1, 1975, and 1 p.m. Aug. 19, 1975 will lose
their entire $125 advance payment. Fifteen
dollars is a processing fee and the remainder pays
for damages incurred by the university as a result
of the cancellation.
Ten thousand packets were printed.
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