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Princeton Hits High A verage,
But Loses; Kentucky Tips Duke
By United Press International
Basketball coaches dream
about days when their teams
will make 50 per cent of their
shots on a foreign court.
Princeton Coach Bill Van
Breda Kolff is no different from
the rest of his colleagues and
he experienced such an evening
New Year's Eve his team
hot 52.6 per cent. But he
wasn't smiling, because Prince
ton lost the Charlotte Invitation
al championship to seventh
ranked Davidson, 102-6H.
You can't blame Ven Breda
Kolff for that feeling of plain
frustration because Davidson
just happens to be the nation's
top team in field goal percent
age with a 57.5 murk. Tuesday
night the Wildcats did even bel
ter, hitting 2 per cent.
Texas took third place in the
Small School Poll
NEW YOIIK fUl'D - 1'ugel
Sound and Hofstra made major
advances today in the Uniled
Press International small college
basketball ratings. Kvansville,
Grambling and Western Caro
lina remained 1-2-3 in the
Puget Sound of Tacoma.
Wash., soared from 15th to sev
enth, extending its winning
streak to nine, and llofslra
N. Y.) entered the top 10 for
the first time in eighth place
Eye LA Test
LOS ANGELES HJI'D-The
Sold rush of '19H4 opens Friday
when the world's top profes
sionals tee off in the first round
of the $50,000 Los Angeles Open
golf tournament first slop on
' a year-long tour.
"Mr. Golf," Arnold Palmer,
will be on hand to defend his
title but confesses that he is
woefully out of condition to be
playing up lo liw best.
"f haven't hi! a ball since
Nov. '12," said Palmer as lie
appeared in California Monday
still pale from a winter in the
snow at his home in Pennsyl-
iB'lt the smart money still
makes him the favorite to win
. any tournament lie enters.
: Tile other big names compet-
i big here will include National
Open champion Julius Bonis,
1 big money-winners Tony Lema,
. Jay Hebert, Al Geiberger, Gene
' Littler, Mason Rudolph, Dow
Finsterwald and Don January.
Of the 50 leading money win
ner on the tour last year, 44
will be competing in this event
' and hoping to get off to a flood
Among the missing, however,
will be Jack Nieklaus and Gary
Player, two-thirds of goldom's
"big five." Tliey arc resting up
for the strenuous campaign
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Charlotte tournament by defeat
ing scrappy Pennsylvania, 69-61.
Farther south, in the Sugar
Howl Tournament at New Or
leans, another bunch of Wild
cats, Kentucky brand, were hav
ing a tougher time against
ninth-ranked Duke. It took a
basket w ith four seconds left by
guard Terry Mobley to give top
ranked Kentucky an 81-79 vic
tory and the title.
Auburn defeated Loyola of
New Orleans, 62-52, in the con
In oilier games New Year's
Eve. eighth - ranked Vanderbilt
started slowly but then regained
its poise to defeat Virginia Mili
tary Institute, 87-71, third
ranked Loyola, the defending
NCAA champions, defeated In
diana, 105-92, fourth - ranked
with an 8-1 record.
Evansville whipped Columbia
then lost a return match with
Arizona in its own holiday
tournament la.sl week while
Gramhling and Western Caro
lina continued unbeaten.
Twenty-two coaches on the 35
man UI'I rating board ranked
Evansville No. 1 and four each
selected Grambling and Western
Carolina. Kvansville has lost
one oilier game, to Iowa of the
Big Ten, but also owns a vic
tory over Big Ten representative
There was shuffling of the
other incumbents of the top 10.
Pan American and Witten
berg, Hie early season leader,
exchanged places. Pan Ameri
can moving into fourth - place
ahead of the Ohioans.
Fresno Stale advanced from
seventh lo sixth, Pacific Lulh
eran slipped from eighth lo
ninth, and South Dakota state
took the biggest header, tumb
ling from sixth last week to loth.
Only gomes played through
Saturday, Dec. 28, are figured
in the ratings.
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Uniled Press International
small college basketball ratings
wilh first-place votes and won
lost records through games of
.Saturday, Dec. 211 in parenthes
es: Teams Points
1. Evansville (22) 16-21 327
2. Grambling (4) (9-01 280
3. West. Car. (4) (8-01 244
4. Pan American (1) (9-2) 207
5. Wittenberg (4-21 182
6. Fresno Stale (5-2) 103
7. Puget Sound (2) (9-0) 74
8. Hofstra (1) (8-1) 62
9. Pacific Lutheran (6-2) 51
10. So, Dak. St. (4-4) 50
Second 1011, Washington of
St. 1niis 45; 12, Tennessee
Stale 36; 13 (lie), Southeast
Missouri and Kentucky Wcsley
an (1) 33; 15, Emporia 21: 16
Hie), Oglethorpe and Augsburg
14; 18, Lamar Tech 13; 19 (tie).
Southern Illinois, Westminster
and Ohio Wesleyan 12.
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Michigan defeated Detroit, 117
87, and St. Louis defeated Ohio
Slate, 91-89 in two overtimes.
The slim program of games
New Year's Day produced a ma
jor upset when Utah defeated
fifth-ranked Cincinnati, 76-68, at
Salt Lake City. For Utah, led
by Skip Kroeger with 26 points
Lowly Sub Proves
Star Of Bowl Win
NEW OI1LEANS ( UI'I '-You
won't find his name listed on
the first three teams. The only
thing lo set him off from the
multitude of other subs is the
notation "K.S." kicking spe
cialist beside his name.
He is Tim Davis of Alabama,
and you can bet that Coach
Johnny Vaught and his Univer
sity of Mississippi team know
who Davis is loday.
Davis' record shattering per
formance in Hie Sugar Bowl
football game Wednesday gave
Alabama a 12-7 upset over
Southeastern Conference cham-
Ity United Press International
There is scattered fare along
the West Coast basketball front
lonighl, but the heavy artillery
starts booming Friday night.
Tonight's schedule finds Vale
al Santa Barbara, Conzaga at
Portland and eight teams hav
ing a go at the Chico Invita
tional. Teams participating in
this one include Humboldt State,
Central Washington, Chapman,
Sacramento Slate. Lewis &
Clark, Pasadena, Chico Stale
The Hii! Six battle stalls Fri
day with co-lavorile Stanford
hosting Southern California for
a two - game weekend series,
while nationally second - ranked
UCLA is at Washington Stale.
California and Washington
square off for two games al Se
attle. There is si ill no word from
Stanford whether Tom Dose's
leg injury has healed enough to
permit mm to play against the
Trojans. The Indians need liim.
Meanwhile. Oregon Stale, the
Coasl's best independent a n d
possibly its strongest quintet.
Eels a rugged lost when it hosts
high-ranked Cincinnati twice.
The West Coast Athletic Con
ference gels going Saturday
night with US!'" at Santa Clara
in a rugged one and Pepierdinc
UCLA. Oregon Stale and
Stanford have dominated Coast
cage action in about that order
so tar. but it doesn t mean
much as Ihe squads begin play
ing tor keeps as ol now.
MATCH I'N'DKK FIUK
H.-UiKHSTOWX. Ind. .ll'l
l propo-ed return flyweight ti
tle limit lielween lliiovuki Fbi
hiirn of Japan and il'une King
(lelch of Thailand has come un
der fire from the World Boxing
Association iWHAi. Arch Hind
man. WliA executive secretary,
has wired boxing groups in Ihe
two countries that Kingpeti-h.
who lost tlie title to Khihura on
a first-round kayo at Tokyo,
Kept. Mil, would fight his way
back into contention,
STIHI.INti NAMKI ADVlSI'.ll
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Sports writer tiurdon (Scnttyi
Stirling of the Oakland Tribune,
w ho has covered I lie Oakland
Haiders of the American Foot
Iwill League since their incep
tion ill l!imi, today was named
'Haiders' public lelalii ns advis
er. SKI.KCT (IFl'ICKKS
HULLAS (I'IMi - N'aiin-d as
officers of the Texas Sports
Writers Assoi'iation tinlay were
KA Kilo of I nilitl il'iess Inter
national, president: Kports Kd
itor Walter Holiertson. Pallas
Morning News, vice president;
and Jim uVclemge. piibbcily
man of Houston Oiler, secre-tary-treaMitvr.
YANKS WIN TWO
intlNVKTON'. . .1. a pi -The
V. S. Winter Ohmpic hock
ey team plael a pair of exhi
bition gaiiH's Wednesday niglit
in its lin.ll I' S. apix'aramv
lxfore leaving for Kunpe and
The Yanks defeated tlie St
.Nk lmlus Club ol New S ork. i ;l.
and iPrinceliin l'niersity.
AI1C M'llNSOHS TIH UNKY
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American Howling Congress will
sponsor tlie five-year-oki Nation
al Seniors bowling tiHirnament
for tlto lust lime this year, il
was announced lixlay.
The tournament has Iveen ln'ld
under the auspices of tin- I lin
ed Slates Cieninr Howling Asso
ciation !! pat foor jears.
and Doug .Moon il was the lllh
victory in 12 starts.
In other Wednesday games,
John Reuther's 22 poults in 23
minutes led Louisville in an 85
67 win over Marquette, Georgia
shaded Alabama 49-47. and
Ithodc Island edged Memphis
pion Mississippi. His four field
goals of 4. 4(i. 31 and 22 yard.,
literally shook the Southern
Never before had anyone
kicked four, or even three, field
goals in the 30-yeor history of
the Sugar Bowl. Mover before
had anyone kicked a 40-yarder,
much less a 4H and a 48 yard
cr, in the Sugar Howl.
Davis Voted MVP
Sportswrilers covering the
game made him an almost
unanimous choice for most vol
able player in the game.
Davis was just one of a flock
of bright lights for Alabama
The Alabama defene did not
give Olc Miss a first down in
the first half, and did not budge
until the last quarter.
When Ihe game was at stake
on the Iwo-yard line, the Ala
bama defense held solidly. Tide
players recovered six fumbles
and intercepted three passes
against the seventh-ranked
team in the nation, a team that
seldom made mistakes.
Sophomore Steve Sloan was a
stand-out. He replaced Joe Na
math. Alabama's sensational
quarterback who was dismissed
from the squad early in Decem
ber. Sloan went through the
una season without completing
a pass. In the first quarter
Wednesday he completed three
and sparked the drive that set
up Davis' first field goal.
Set Fuinhlc Iteeord
Johnny Vaught and Mississip
pi have seldom experienced
such misery. The Itebels fum
bled an almost unbelievable 11
times, a Sugar Howl record.
Perry Leo Dunn, the Olc Miss
quarterback who was signed by
Hie Dallas Cowboys right after
the game, completed eight out
of 10 passes, most of them in
Ihe desperate fourth quarter.
"Wc just couldn't seem to gel
started," he said after the
Hul Ole Miss looked like ils
brilliant self for several min
utes. Mississippi scored on a
Dunn pass to Larry S m i t h on
the three, and Smith ran into
the end zone for Ole Miss' lone
touchdown. Billy Carl Irwin
made the extra point.
Dunn then led another Missis
sippi march lo the two-yard-line,
hut Alabama held.
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trait with Ihe Oakland Haulers
of tint American Football
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as a future draft choice last
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IIKRAI.I) AM) NEWS.
By United Press International
Pro football teams moved
fast to sign up stars who com
peted in the New Year's Day
bowl games as soon as their
amateur careers were over, and
the National Football League's
Philadelphia Eagles landed a
big one in All-American guard
Bob Brown of Nebraska.
The 6 - foot - 4'j. 275-pound
Brown came lo terms shortly
alter playing a major role in
Nebraska's 13-7 victory over
I Auburn in the Orange Bowl.
Terms were not announced, but
it was believed the Eagles
topped $18,000 per year plus a
liberal bonus to outbid the Den
ver Broncos of the American
The NFL grabbed the lion's
share of the bowl stars who
si'jned on the dotted line.
Three of Brown's Nebraska
teammates signed with NFL
teams tackle Lloyd Voss with
the Green Bay Packers, 253
liound tackle Monte Kiffin with
the Minnesota Vikings, and line
backer John Kirby, also with
The Vikings also picked up
two Auburn players halfback
George Hose, their No. 3 choice,
and end Howard Simpson.
The Dallas Cowboys of the
NFL signed their No. 4 choice,
quarterback Perry Lee Dunn
of Mississippi, who also had
been drafted by San Diego of
the American Football League,
and also signed Ole Miss tackle
William W. Hall.
Three stars of Alabama, con
queror of Mississippi in the Su
gar Bowl, signed pro contracts
two in the NFL.
Fullback Mike Fracchia
signed w ith the St. Louis Cardi
nals of thq NFL and Steve
Wright, a 241-pound tackle, w ith
Ihe Green Bay Packers.
The Houston Oilers of the
AFL signed Alabama halfback
By United Press International
Denver starts the new year as
the only Western Hockey
League team with a winning
The Invaders rolled to their
sixth consecutive win at Kan
Krancisco Wednesday nighl with
a 4-2 decision over the Seals.
That left them wilh a 25-9-2
record. Los Angeles lost to Port
land, 4-1. lo fall to a lli-l(-3
mark but slay in second place.
The Invaders have scored 150
goals, while Seattle is second at
llfi goals. Denver has permit
led 11.1 goals, while Seattle is
second al 106 goals. It's a
mighty lop-sided race.
(lordy ltedahl broke a 2 2 tie
al San Francisco with 2:12 to
go and then Ihe Invaders scored
the final goal alter San Fran
cisco went into a six-man at
tack and left the goal vacant.
Al .Millar was under constant
attack in the Denver goal, but
blocked 36 shots.
At Portland. Art Jones gol
Portland's first hat trick and
and 22nd goal of Ihe season.
The win moved tlie Bucks to
within three points of the sec
ond place Blades.
IIOUCTON I'M I The 14
intercollegiate golf champion
ships will be held IMarch 25-23
on the par 72 Pine Forest Coun
try Club course.
Tournament officials said 16
college teams w ill compete for
six different championships.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned has been appointed as
Administratrix of the Estate of ED
WARD L. YOUNG, aka EDDIE L.
YOUNG, Deceased, by Order ot the
Circuit Court of the County of Klam
ath, end all persons having claims
against said estate are required to
present the lame lo the Administra
trix, duly veritied and with the proper
vouchers attached, at the office ol her
atternevs, 6EDOOE 8. WOOD, 671
Main street. Klamath Falls, Oregon,
wthln six months Irons the date of
tirit publication of this notice.
Meloa A. Young
No bo. Dec. te. 76, Jan. 2. e.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Hot ire is thereby given tht the in
denfqr.d hat trrn lopointed as Ad
m.nmmipr s( th Estate of Richard
J Whif, deceased, by O'der ot the
Circuit Court ol tht County f Klam
a'h. and il persons having claimi
iDi'Ht tad estitt art required to
pre jent th sam to tht Adminntra
ttv. duly vended fv. With proper
vouched attached, at the oitice ot his
attprntv. l. ORTM 51SE MORE. 53
Mam st'et. Klamath Talis. Oregon,
"" n months trom the date ot
t"it puMXAtity. of thi notice
CMAS. L. MlCHAFL
N J4n J. I. 13. !
01ICe TO CRE-.TORS
Net,(e y hereby givtn that th vn
tMtqnft rus been appointed amin-s.
''', pi r9 Esttt of Bernard H
Leir, known as G. N. Lewm.
dHso, ty tnt Circuit Court ct
k'amum County. Orogon, and that ad
person hving claims against d es
tate r htrtby notified to present
same t0 the uncters'flned at Room XI,
331 Ma-n Strttt, Klamath Falls. Ore
on. togtntr with propr vouchers.
"in six months ol tha data ot t
first puottcttion of this nate. wh..r,
ll Pecrmber ijfh, fJ
ELMA M JONES
ONEtU I. VcLARtM
A'tprnty tor dmtnistrtm
t'V Per. II. t. I. T.
Klamath Falls, Oregon
Thursday, January 3. I4
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Nolic il hreby flivto that lh uiv 1
denigned Hat been appointed Exe
cutor of th Estttlt ot BESSIE ANN
TOBIUS. deceased, by Orcer ot irut
Circutt Court ot the County of Klam
ath, and all persons having claimi 1
against said estate art reiuirert to
present the tmt to L. ORTH SISE
MORE. Attorney tor Executor, duly
m mnu wnn proper votjeher at
tached, at S3I Vain Street, Klamatn
Falls, Oregon, within six months from
the data of first publication of this
CLYDE A. TOBIUS
I No. Alt, Dec. 12, If, 26, Jan. 2.
NO. -19 PROBATE
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE STATE OF OREGON
FOR KLAMATH COUNTY
In the Walter of the Estalt ol OSCAR
F. YOUNG, Deceased.
Nolice Is hereby given that I have
been appointed Executor of the Estate
ol Oscar F. Young, deceased. All per
sons having claims against said eitata
r required to present them lo me,
with proper vouchers, at the office of
Ganong & Ganong, First Federal
Building, Klamath Falls, Oregon, with
in six months from December 12, 1963,
which is the date of first publication
ot this nolice.
Rex Young, Executor
Ganong & Ganong
Attorneys for Executor
No. 477, Dec. 12, 19, 26, Jan. 2.
NOTICE TO BIDDERS
Notice is hereby given thai1 the
Klamath County Court, Klamath Falls,
Oregon Invites written sealed bids for
two (2) Rock Trucks lor Ihe Klamath
County Road Department.
Written sealed bids In opaque envel
opes and plainly marked "Rock Truck
Proposal." will be received by the
County Clerk, Charles F. DeLnp, at
Ihe Klamath County Clerk's Office,
Klamath County Courthouse, Klamalh
Falls, Oregon until 10:0 A. M. Pa
cific Standard Time, the 31st tiny of
January, 1964, al which time they will
be publicly opened.
Klamath County reserves the rtqht
to refect any or all bids and waive
Specifications may be picked up In
the office of Ihe Klamath County
Purchasing Agent, Courthouse, Klam
ath Falls, Oregon.
Charles F. DeLap,
No. 496, Dec. 30, 31, 1963, Jan. I, 2, 3,
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6?1 Spring TU a-,7S7
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833 Klamath TU ,-,678
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WRIGHT REAL ESTATE
Eves. TU 4-8576, TU 2-1C08
171! Main TU 2-6351
Ever Try a
now is the"" "Time
to purchase a new
TV ond STEREO
TV and RADIO
7005 Shas. Way TU 7-7179
Quality Stove & Diesel
Wood of all Kinds
CRATER FUEL CO.
2936 Hilvard TU -9757
Liquid Bowl Cleaner.
WIS Main TU 2-6333
6th & Pins TU 4-M09
J. C. RENIE
For Jewelry ond
1021 Main TU 4-4606
Ladies Wearing Apoarel,
Leather Purses. Coats.
Barbie Doll Clothes.
Books, Comics, Magazines
619 Klamath TU 3-6714
New and Used
Furniture & Appliances
Behind Idclla's Groc.
M?8 Wiard TU 4-8874
"U" need "
919 Klamath Ave.
Specialists in 4-wheel
drive units. All makes.
To Go For Repairs?
FIX IT SHOP
TOWN & COUNTRY
So. fh TU i-)H1
i an vour steel needs
Hra'on Strrl A Supply
rt spring tu ?.;:
YOUR BEAUTY SHOP
New - ? new beauticians on
o-r staff hj hitdl lail mm
vt droo tn appointments.
2051 RadCliffe TU 4-4023
Quaiffy DrocnslrtQ. Black and
wtvte or ccKk. Po4rod
LfO S CAMERA SHOP I
Men tU J V111 I
PAINTING, wallpapering at its best,
interior, exterior, brush or spray, rea
sonable price, free estimate, TU 1-3131.
DRESS making and alterations, all
work guaranteed. TU 2-&530.
Tyoina and Bookkeeoino
723 Orchard Ave. TU 4-7229
SEPTIC TANK "
CLEANING and INSTALLATION
Licensed Bonded - Guaranteed
C. W. CLIFFORD A SON
t TU 4-9141 3209 Hilyard
WINTERIZING & STORING
TU J-2S11 I
HELP WANTED, FEMALE
HELP WANTED, MALE W
WILL train 1 man for sales iob In
this area. $110 a week guarantee to
right man. Must b married, good car,
bondable. Write Herald and News Box
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'Herald & News, Cirruhtinnj
Dept., 1301 Esplcnode
PHONE TU 4-811)
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FOR DEPENDABLE CHILD CARE
TU 2-1844 1328 Carlson Dr.
JACK & JILL DAY NURSERY
HIGH school oirl would like babv-sit-ting
or housework atter 1 p.m. Expe
rienced. TU 4-6656.
BABY-sitting days, my home, adult
care. TU2-1447, 5728 Schiesel.
IRONING, washing, pickup, deliver.
FASTSERVICE, TU 4-9434.
RETIRED mason, active, handy
tools. Blockwork a specially. Handle i
anyrepair fob, TU 4-7B37. I
ROOMS FOR RENT
COMMERCIAL Rooms - clean, com
fortable, reasonable rates, $7 wk. up.
Accommodations for lunch packing.
Working man's rooms, lounge room
with TV. 525, 539 Commerical.
MEN 134 N. 3rd, $36 per month,
TU 4-603 3, TU 4-9287.
CLEAN housekeeping room, downtown,
utilities, TU 2-1487, 317 Pine.
CLEAN, comfortable rooms. 7 blocks
from Main, 15 & up. TU 4-4259.
WARM, clean housekeeping units, :
close to town. Very low weekly, I
monthly rates. Esplanade Motel, 1605 I
APARTMENTS FOR RENT
REX Arms Apts. Furnished 1 & 2 bed
room?. Hat, phone, aarbaoe. Klam
ath and Broad, 224 Broad. TU 2-9217.
PLEASANT duplex apt., near town,
schools, adults, TU 4-9803 mornings,
FURNISHED, heat paid, outside en
trance. Adults. 1421 Esplanade. TU
EWAUNA - DOWNTOWN
Klamath's most modern, furnished.
219 So. IHh - TU 2-1062
ATTRACTIVE 1 bedroom, furnished,
hot and cold water, close in, washing
facilities, no pets, TU 4-8418
Nicely furnished I bedroom & studios,
303 S. Bth, near post office.
1 BEDROOM furnished act. Al! utili
ties paid. Near new Oil site. TU 2
5276, 3512 Quarry Street.
FURNISHEDfbedroom upstairs apt ,
all utilities furnished, TU 2-4074.
WARM, clean, furnished 2 room apt.
Utilities paid, shared bath, $45. To see,
call TU 2-0329.
2 ROOM furnlh.d ant. Utilities paid.
224 Michigan. TU 2-0575.
FURNISHED Insulated one oedroom
apt. Water, garbage paid $50, TU 4-5334.
FURNISHED apt., steam ho at. utili-""
ties. Near Weyerhaeuser, TU 4-8313.
FURNISHED 3 room, washinq facil
ties, walking distance. TU 2-6886.
$65, Alpha Apts., TU
SMALL, lurnished. washinq facilities,
inquire 1324 Oak, TU 2-6798.
THREE room furnished apt, 2129 Or
chard, adults. Inquire 2037 RadcliMe.
FURNISHED APTS.. off s"eet park
ing, TU 2-J736 weekdays after 5 p.m.,
HOUSE OF ROCKS MOTEL l
Kitchens. Daily, weekly rates. Reason- i
NICELY furnished, newly decorated
dinina room act. Wool rug, auto. w'-V
er, Infant ok Tij 4-17-,?. TU
ONE bedroom apt., furnished or un
furnished, hot water heat, Park Court
Apts.. TU 4-7273. 503 Alameda.
CLEAN, comfo'tabie, furnisried one
bedroom aoartmeit. Water, garbage
pard Laundrv farilit.es t-aiMbie
Lovely yard. 2113 Gary, TU 2-36C3.
1 BEDROOM furnished apt. J bedroom"
house, large garage, i?o. tu t sSfr
HEATED, furnished. Clean7quiet7 Pri
vatt parking, adults, 4'S Weini-t.
ONE room unit, jjs, adultsonly. AH
utilities. 411 No. 10th.
FURNISHED J room bache'or" apt.,
$i0. 2176 Reclamation
NICE dean apartment, close in, TU
4 4964 gr TU 2-753,.
I fc 2 trMfOO"! HrtrT1t
Fumihd pr uri'urmvfirt
Wa'l to wH carneiiig
Meat, wa'er, garbage turn
Dorothea Nolan tu j C7f4
iL0WCO5T $34 'to 10. i includes'1
CONVENIENCE Near town, sep.
Ping centers. SCNxUs, Church
COMFORT 1 2-3-bedroom (urn, shed
or unfurnished urttts
Call for personal nt?rv.?w
8am to 5 P m Vgn thfi-(jn rr;
APAPT VF NT$
177 WhtH'n Wy TU i'f
APARTMENTS TOR RENT ... J4
T wo bedroom furnished ao' ,
tus. Also a 2 bedroom furnished apt,
US. Water, garbage paid, TU 4 5691.
2660 Shasta Way
One ond Two Bedroom aprs.
Furnished ond Unfurnished
$69.50 to $89.50
Doily, Weekly Mofef Rotes
HOUSE Sf O R RENT f
I SMALL house, 1' bixks from onf
tjomery Ward, 0, TU 4-9W.
I TWO bedroom unfurnished house, near
high school, $60, TU 2-1013.
SMALL one bedroom home off Califor
nia Ave , 145 or VA furnished, close In.
or TU 2-9113.
TWO bedroom unfurnished, close In.
TWO bedroom houje. two furnished 1
bedroom apartments, good location. TU
FURNISHED 3 rooms, modern, clean,
gas stoves, near Mills School, water
and garbage paid 145, TU 4-4616.
HENLEY District2 bedroom with
fireplace, electric, wood heat. TU
2 BEDROOM, duple. stove, refrlger
1 ator, carport, TU 4-4246.
FURNISHED 2 fdroom house, garage,
city heat. 1216 Pine, TU 2-2770.
TWO bedroom unfurnished duplex.
MiHs Addition, $55, TU 2-554!.
TWO bedroom unfurnished, Mills Ad
dition $50, inquire ,339 E. Main.
TWO bedroom and 3 bedroom Tor
rent or sale. No pets TU 4-3969.
NORTHStDE close to schools, stores,
unftirnish"rt two bedroom home, $60, TU
4-7342 after 5 p.m.
2 BEDROOM modern lurnished, $55,
3202 Diamond, TU 2-0575.
ATTRACTIVE, furnished 1 bedroom.
Mills. Water, garbflge paid, TU 2-2497.
2 BEDROOM suburban Unfurnished, l'
children O.K., $75, TU 2-4079.
TWO bedroom, unfurnished, 6241 Shas
ta Way. near Moyina, reasonable rent,
water Adults, no pets, TU 2-1812.
SMALL house, rooms, reasonable. Er-
nie'' Hw' s-
UNFURNISHED I bedroom duplex.
Fireplace, full basement with knotty
pine room. Call TU 4-6597 atter 5 p.m.
THREE? room unfurnished, oil heat,
S30 a mo. Inquire at (delta's.
unfurnished, ISO, call
LARGE lurnished or unlurnished 3
bedroom. Inquire 4107' i Homedale,
ATTRACTIVE 2 bedroom unlurnished.
Oregon Ave., $55, TU 4-9283.
ONE bedroom furnished duplex,
urban, 567.50, TU 4-8516.
SELL or lease almost new 3 bedroom
suburban home, fireplace, double ga
rage, large fenced yard, covered patio.
TU 4-7136 evenings.
FURNISHED 2 bedroom, gas heat, $50,
TU 2-4646. Alter 6. TU 2-5935.
ONE bedroom furnished, garage,
lenced yard, $85, 4055 Shasta Way.
2 BEDROOVS (possible 4), unturnlshed7
fenced yard, qarage, fireplace, $100,
4055 Shasta Way.
TWO bedroom unfurnished, clean, 2
mi. north of town. Children, pets o.k.
Water paid. $55. 702 Spruce, TU 2-6590.
PARTLY furnished 2 bedroom duplex,
$85. South suburbs. Available Dec. 15.
UNFURNISHED duoiw. 1 twrirnnm. .'
-j rage, electric, 3011 Boardman.
ROOM furnished, water, oarhao
paid, $30, TU 2-0456. 1723 Oak.
Mills. $70 TU 2-029.
MISC. PROPERTY TO LET .... 27
OFFICE or small store, across from
Courthouse, $60, TU 2-6500.
OWN your own business? Looking for
an inexpunsive, convenient space? Wa
have two areas available now to leas
for small retail businessei In J. W.
Kern, TU 4-4197.
i REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE
and SAVE TAXES
For information on
tax FREE Trades, call
Member International Traders Club
Licensed - Ore. Cal.
1037 Main St.
Will lake a late model larga size trail
er as a trade for down payment on
2-ver-olrJ 3 bedroom house valued
at $15,750. Trailer must be PAID FOR.
Call for details.
For Finer Homes
W So 7th St. TU 4-5658 Days-Eve
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE in
I CUSTOM built, brick 3 bedroom. One
year old. one block off Llndley Way
on Redwood Drive. 1,440 sq. It. living
area, fireplace. $18,500. TU 4-3895 or
! TU 4-4J7?.
FOR sale or trade 1 bedroom, fire-"
j place, small down payment. TU 2-5473.
Acre, two story house, basement,
fruit trees, plenty water, good drain
ane. qood place for kids, reasonable.
Call at 900 Oak St. before 3 p.m.
FOR sale or lease 120 acres of pas
ture Mnd ran Murphy, Rte. 1, Box 638,
Lease to reliable party either a or
18 unit motel near Klamath Falls. Ex
cellent locations. Will also set) or trade
either properties. Write owner. Norma
Beaver, 76B4 Williams Highway,
l. ints Pass, Oregon, or phone eve
nings, Provalt, Ore; 12591.
FOR sale 3 bedroom home, $18,000.
Can be seen at 4806 Onyx Ave.
THREE bedrooms, carpet, oil furnact.
plus rental, TU 2-3107.
thru E bedroom partly furnished.
Stew.irt . tr-nnox Addition $3,950, own
er will finance. TU 4-8641.
NEW large" view home1, basemnV
close new OTI & hospital, Tu 2-0570.
E1ELOW aoor.itsai. one bedroom home.
W7 Wantiand. TU 4-7012.
HOTSPRINGS3 bedroom, 2 baths2 '
feD'aces, $26,750, TU 4-6130.
New 3 bedroom home In restricted res
idential d stnet. Best of construction.
Natural gas hot air heat, hardwood
ftcors, l'; baths, fireplace, patio, birch
kitchen, lots ol storage, $15,900, TU
a-d comDri't this beautiful ranch style
3 Perjrivm, mooern home. Quality built
from te grrxind uo Circulating fire
pire. covfe garage, economical oil
traced ar heat. Intercom system. Im
r"cd'tr pp"tslon Durable suburban
l-XAt'on Total price 15.4X. $ Dowrt
p 'us ccg
. tryuy' h"3.vn' Immnculste Inside
afl out. J bedrooms, large utility. dt
tc"ed oa-aae with workshop space,
ieai Irxat.nn in Mills Addition, con
i ve ent to schools and shooomg. A good
I starter home or rental Investment. To
I tat price it only 14,500. Terms avail
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