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About Klamath tribune. (Chiloquin, Or.) 1956-1961 | View This Issue
BUILDING, REMODELING IN RESERVATION AREA STILL GOING
STRONG; MEMBERS FIND REAL ESTATE SOUND INVESTMENT
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"I hr mulrl altown lovr it n rnl fmily operation. Localril in Chemult and
bought liy lit Holt I'urtia fmnily two montlit ago, tlie motel liat jutt had four
units !!! to it. I'arrit and lirr daughlrr clran the rooms, Bob doe the
maintenance work, and even their enterprising 7 year old daughter Beverly
hat a hutinett telling "floating roc It i" (pumice) to tourittt at five centt each.
Boh I'arrit tayt "the't told tome too" and itt pure profit.
The Manual Ochoa houe looked like thit when the contractor began work
on it little over a month ago. It wat crowded and the kitchen and bathroom
facilities old and outmoded.
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A beautiful six unit motel with wall to wall carpeting has been built by
Cookie and Bill Walker in Beatty. The motel is situated just 200 feet from
Cookie's taern ind restaurant which has recently undergone complete
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Ed and Florence Cole had this spacious, five bedroom beauty built on their
lake property. It boasts two bathrooms and a patio that overlooks Klamath
Lake. Its an ideal spot to raise a family and is a sound investment as well.
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The Ochoa family moved to Arizona to visit relatives for a short visit and when
they returned, found a completely remodeled, enlarged, modernized home.