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April 6, 1975

Lubbock Avalanche-Journal from Lubbock, Texas · Page 34

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2-f—LUBBOCK AVALANCHE-JOURNAL—Sunday Morning, April 6,1975 Investment Property Meet Set Dave Diegelman, California realtor and a 25-year veteran in the Bay Area real estate field, will present an investment property seminar April 14 from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at the Hilton Inn. The seminar, sponsored by Lubbock Abstract & Title Co. and Lawyers Title Insurance Corp., is designed to increase skills in exchanging, syndication, financing and selling investment properties in addition to explaining how to profit from new tax reform. Diegelman. a past vice president of the California Real Estate Association, directs his teaching of investment real estate "so that realtors and investors alike" can expand their knowledge and skill. Diegelman has combined a career as real estate counselor, educator, author and lecturer, His seminars are academic requirements for a number of real estate boards and exchange clubs, a spokesman for the seminar snid. HY CARDNEU HAS THE A1NSWKK: Glad You Asked That! Q: Watching (bat new Barbra Streisand movie about Fannie Price, "Funny Lady," got me to wondering. Do living people like Eleanor Holm (who succeeded the comedienne in 1939 as Mrs. Biily Rose) get paid for allowing someone else to depict them? — Rita Ougale, Baltimore. A: Miss Holm, the former Olympic swimming champ, tells us she received a substantial sum for letting 21-year-old aquatic star Heidi O'Rourke portray her in "Funny Lady." With the further understanding that Heidi play Eleanor only as the star of Billy Rose's Aquacade — not involving the Rose-Brice- Holm triangle. Incidentally. Eleanor quietly remarried in Miami recently and now is Mrs. Tommy Whelan. The two "Eleanor Holms" met at a benefit performance of the picture and got along swimmingly. Q: 1 hear the new statue ol Hurry Truman to be unveiled in Independence, Mo., will show him astride a horse. Wasn't he known as Captain Harry of the Artillery, not the U.S. Cavalry? — Martin S., St. Louis. A: Yes, and Harry won't be on a horse. He'll he shown at his favorite exercise — striding with a walking stick. The eight-foot- tall bronze statue will be unveiled — as part of the bicentennial celebration next year — at the .tackson Square courthouse site where the former President once sat as presiding judge. Q: I'm curious about Jim HarU of the "Today" show. Is he married? Does he have any children? — T. H., Charlotte, Mich. A: Yes to both questions. Jim, 34, has three children — youngest 7. oldest 13. His wife iVorma doesn't sit around waiting for her husband to return home for an afternoon snooze. She's busy continuing her college studies for a masters degree. Q: Does songwriter Burl Bacharach resent, the fact that his wife, Angle Dickinson, is the star «f her own TV scries? — Eve Randelle. Long Beach, Cal. A: "No," Burt said when we asked. "I'm happy she's happy doing this 'Police Woman' h'eries. It's the first time in her acting career that, she's felt this way. The only trouble is >:he's so busy answering roll call at the studio 'precinct' I only see her five minutes at a time. But soon we'll be able to spend more time together since so many advance shows already are filmed.' 1 Q: What was Rembrandt's first name'.' — Arlene Cummins, Indianapolis. A: Rembrandt. His full name was Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn. Q: We keep reading conflicting stories about whether or not guns are responsible for more murders than any other weapon. What are the facts? — TheSullivans, Ft. Smith, Ark. A: According to the latest figures compiled, of the 19,510 murders committed in the U.S. during 1973, 53 per cent were by the use of handguns. "There are presently in the United States an estimated 30 million handguns." FBI director Clarence Kclley explained. "Thai represents a lot of triggers that can be pulled, both accidentally and intentionally." Q: Whatever happened to the ease of commentator William Buckley refusing to pay dues or be a member of AFTRA? — Steve FricUheim. .Jersey City. HEIDI O'ROURKE - The aquatic star makes her film debut in the new Barbra Streisand movie, "Funny Lady," in the role of Eleanor Holm, the Olympic swimming champ who succeeded Fannie Brice as Mrs. Billy Rose. A: The U.S. Court of Appeals supported the radio and TV union, and the U.S. Supreme Court has refused a petition by Buckley and others to review that decision. Q: What has happened to the Jewish population of Lebanon since the Six-Day War and the rise to power of the PLO? — Mrs. B.T.S., Long Island City, N.Y. A: It has dwindled from 12,000 people to only 2,100, primarily the very old and the very young. Q: .We have a liltlc six-year-old boy who seems a natural lor a career in show business. What can we do to help him along'.' — Mrs. C. Norton, Virginia Beaeh, Va. A: Milton Berle, who started out at five, has this to tell you. "1 advise such parents not to nisli their children, even if they display unusual talent. Let the kid have an education -• primary school, high school, college, etc. When he or she gels an education is lime enough for the pei-son to pick a vocation. If it's show business, then fine. 1 don't know particularly if an education will help (heir show business prowess," Berle continues, "but1 do believe if you start too young in this business you lo; e a lot of fun. My childhood was through when 1 was five years old!" .Send your questions lu My Gardner, "Glad You Asked That." care of this newspaper, P.O. Box ] 1748, Chicago, Illinois (iOfi! 1. Supply Firm To Open Youth Retreat On Schedule For Weekend A 3 + 1 Youth Retreat for the Lubbock, Amarillo, Pampa and Plainview United Methodist Church districts is scheduled next weekend at Ceta Canyon Methodist Camp near Happy. "Gospel Words: Power, Peace and Love" will be the theme of the retreat. Resource persons for the event are the Rev. Pat Ginn, pastoral counselor at the Wesley Foundation at Texas Tech University, and the Rev. Roger Loyd, director of the Tech Wesley Foundation. The retreat will be conducted from 6 p.m. Friday through 12:30 p.m. Sunday. Cost will be ?16 per person. Plan Offers Imaginative Design, Generous Room By HIAWATHA ESTES Besides having an unusually attractive exterior, this striking two-bedroom home has an equally imaginative interior design. Careful planning has provided many features that usually are found only in much larger and expensive homes. The front door opens to a center hall entry which channels traffic to each area of Ihe house. An entry closet and a linen closet open to the entry and a short bedroom hall.' All rooms are generous in area. The living and dining areas appear even larger' since there is no separation between the two and due to Sound Waves Sort Produce LINCOLN, Neb. (UP!) Agricultural researchers have developed a device to measure the firmness of fruits and vegetables without squeezing them. The experimental machine uses sound waves to sort produce for ripeness and internal defects, says the Cooperative Extension Service ol the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. It permits sorting of fresh fruits and vegetables as they ripen in storage and helps eliminate spoilage. the large sliding glass doors which open from the dining room to the patio. Similar doors open from the huge master bedroom suite. Family Meals There is space for family- meals in the roomy kitchen. Foot traffic has been directed away from the nook area by locating the dining door in the opposite corner. Laundry facilities plus a broom closet are in the service. There is access from this room to both the kitchen and bedroom hall. For privacy, the bedrooms do not share a common wall. The garage roof extends over a roofed passageway which leads to the front entry on this Spanish, eye-catching exterior, The entry to this passageway is through an archway with an ornamental iron gate. The master bedroom suite consists of a huge bedroom, a dressing area with a wardrobe, a twin pullman lavatory and a private bath. This same basic exterior plus a contemporary exterior Charles L. Lytal of Shallowater. has announced the opening of a new home improvement supply company in Shallowater to provide materials and tools for remodeling and repair operations. Designated Lytal Supply, the firm will feature home decorating items as weil as construction and remodeling materials ranging from electrician's tape to plumbing fixtures. The company also has announced plans to offer a repair service for individuals wishing to have work done on a contract basis. Lytal, <) former City of Lub- bock construction foreman and independent plumbing and construction contractor, will be manager and owner of the company. NEW HIGH DENSITY PECAN ORCHARDS erie* (1* Prospectus for a«n >i of (1) Production jnd mcomr ObLCCllWCS <<M Long producing M* tp»n 13) AtViCtiv* IK con«tqutnc*4 OFFERED KY PROSPECTUS ONLY TO • ONAF iDfc RESIDENTS OF T€kAl CALL OR WRITE TOOAV NtHtA miiltift. (•17) *M-3i:M l-.'Ul IMIK.VT* RKAI. KSA IK! I'iirsu4nl to nn oriK'r In lion. Krjnl It. Murrjv. Kankrupccy Juri^r M.U'l'VWIIKATIiKliWKIIS I'KKI) LOT fc KI.KVATIIIl HAITV.TKXAS AI'Bir. li-THKSl>AVll)».m. Hi>u»?li P.iyLo.nJer, il;'ul!. 1 ' i yii Imrkol. 2,(h'.! Mrs ilalKinMulurCiradcr 118 Hi'il Trucks. I'T. w. ()-,«.ili L'DMtM ixrr fc Stales - IWUrhevrcjli:! Clio Trill •!< -'l'.,w;Osw;<ltl-:nsi[Mixri f. IW!«rM<:tifiOOTrtii:k. :i-T. \VKnsilMixcrt Sc'.il.' Wu Ckyrnlet Cofl Tanilcni . .'! r& K ntfiao, 0 ry i n Bed - Scries SO TtVIOT. w,MoU> T.inkcc. 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Open Safurdays 8 - 4:30 4th & tii The People Pleaser 5000 27th Street OPEN HOUSE Sun 1 to 6 - Weekdays 3 .* S 33,750.00 1.600 Sq. Ft.' 'Individual Home Ownership * 12 In. Soundproof Common Wall * Fire Place - All Electric Kitchen * Electric Heating and Cooling * 3 bedroom - 2 baths * Heated Swimming Pool & Tennis Court * Living Room With Sky Light * Utility Room Call Turner-Wilson & Wilson 799-60/0. PEOPLE \ ">• also are available in three- and a four-bedroom plan, at, different price structures, and are illustrated in our book, Ranch and Modern Homes. Complete working drawings for plan 21004 can be purchased for only $12.95 for the first set and $8 for each additional set ordered at the same time. This plan will be available at these special prices until ' August 6,1975. Please allow at least three weeks for delivery. A specification booklet is available for.$l. A large reproduction rendering of the exterior is available for$l. The following home plan books also -are available: Distinctive Homes - SI.50; Prize Homes - $1.50; Hallmark Homes - $1.50; Town & Country Homes - SI.50; Homes by Hiawatha - SI.50; Ranch' & Modern Homes - S2.25. All six books - a S9.75 value - for only $7.75. Orders for less than three books, please add an extra 20 cents per book for postage and handling. Send all orders to: Hiawatha Estes. P.O. Box 404- J. Northridge, California 91.'(24. Q: I am a member of a nonprofit organization that raises money through projects for charity causes. We are thinking about holding a raffle for a color television set by selling tickets to persons, giving them chances to win a TV. Someone said we should check with the Better Business Bureau first. A: Lubbock has a solicitation ordinance which requires a license from the city secretary for fund-raising projects where the public is asked either to donate, buy, or assist. Application forms are provided bythe ; city secretary's office. The BBB reviews the application'and makes recommendations on issuance or non-issuance of the license. The statement about the raffle brings up a very important question. Is what you are planning a lottery? In Texas all types of lotteries are illegal, according to the attorney general. A lottery consists of three essential ingredients: Consideration, prize and chance. Ail three elements must be present to constitute a lottery. The bureau suggests that before any organization sells tickets for a raffle they consult an attorney as to whether it may be a lottery and therefore illegal under tlie laws of Texas. Q: 1 am wanting to purchase a tape recorder-player. Do you have any suggestions as to what I might look for in this particular item? A; Tape recorders and players are a new-found source of entertainment, but before you buy. know which kind will fit your desires: open-reel, cassette, or cartridge type. First decide how you want to use the instrument, then try out the various types. Understand how they work and what they'll do. Listen to the quality and above all, buy from a reputable dealer The Lubbock BBB has a pamphlet called "Tips on Tape Recorders and Players" thai is available free of charge. Just call the BBB office ;u 763-0459 for your copy. Q: My wife ao«jl are newly retired and are going on vacation for several weeks. Do you have any tips for us since we are going to be away for quite a while? A: In spite of reminders and suggestions, many people will do a terrific job of advertising to burglars that they're away • on vacation. The advertisements include: a porch cluttered with newspapers, a bulging mail box, a garage with the door open, a house with no lights night after night. The Lubbock BBB suggests that it is well worth the few minutes it takes to cancel all deliveries and discontinue newspapers, Also, have the post office hold all your mail, and ask your neighbor to check your house regularly. Q: I have a large family, and I think a microwave oven really would save me time in preparing meals. Do you have any advice for me? A: If you are thinking of buying a microwave oven, be sure to examine various brands and models and compare prices before you buy. Be sure to check the guarantee. Ask the salesperson about the cost of replacing the megatron the vacuum tube that generates microwaves. Find out whether technicians are available for repair service. If the oven you are buying is portable but heavy, ask whether you mjisi bring it to the repair center Or. whether the repair work can be done in your home. If you have questions for "People Ask," write to the I.ubbocJc Better Business Bureau. P.O. Box 1178, 79408. SPECIAL CLASSES BERKELEY. Calif. (UPI> --- With serious industrial accidents now exceeding 10 million a year, apprentices are being given special instruction on their legaf rights to a sate work place. A University of California loam is tvaching 70 auto repair trainees us part of the University ol California Labor Occupational Health Project. EARN ANNUAL INTEREST 60 Month Maturity- Interest Paid Quarterly iu (ORPORRTIOn JUNIOR SUBORDINATED NOTES • $500 minimum investment, multiples of $100 up to 3100,000, • Sold at par, no commission charge. • Ownership transferable without service charge. • Notes will be prepaid by the company in event of death of owner, or the joint owner, at option of party entitled to receive proceeds. This announcement is neither an oiler lo sell, nor a solicitation ol an oiler lo Duy theie securities. The oMer is made only by Ihe Piosppou.s. Obtain a Prospectus from our Registered Securities Representative in care of financial homo ANDREWS <!01 N. Mlin St., 523-5251 BROWNFIEID 120 S. Fifth St., 437-253? UViLLAND ill Aintin, IK-73II LITTIEFIEID m Phtlps, U5-S1M HEREFORD .615 S. 25 Mile Avc., 3M-M3?

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