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W W v BELLINGHAM, Washington in the FABULOUS upper Puget Sound . CatboEc Northwest Progress Friday, May 28, 1965 Mr. Shuksan Eight miles east of Mr. Baker, this 9,127-foot granite massif per- petually trimmed with glacial ice is called "the most photogenic mountain in America." Victoria Just south of Bellingham is Aria. cortes. From this city, car ferries: operated by the State of Washing- ton weave an incomparable passage through the San Juan islands to Sidney. Vancouver Island is just few miles north of the Provincial Capitol. The Salmon Fleet Home pert for over 300 ommer. cial fishing boats, the Sadmon Fleet ranges from the big drum seiners that annually fish the salmon waters of southeastern Alaska to one-man gillnetters. These fisher- men berth their craft in a recently enlarged boat harbor that is admin- istered by the Port of Bellingharn. For further information, persons can contact the Port of Belling- ham, Post Office Box 643. PORT ANGELES AREA poRivT ANGE.LES, the gateway to Canada and the mighty Olympics, is accessible by auto, bus or plane. Terminal for year-round ferry service over the Strait of Juan de Fuca to Victoria, B.C., it is but a few minutes awayvia 'beautiful Heart o' the Hills Highway--from the spectacular and inspir- ing overlook on Hurricane Ridge, starting point for Olympic hikes and popular wintertime playground. Olympic National Park headquarters and historical museum are in Port Angeles and the Coast Guard maintains air and surface rescue facilities on Ediz Hook, the protecting arm around the inner harbor. Also on Ediz Hook are public boat-launching areas, charter and boat rentals for salmon and deep-sea fishing. Paper and pulp mills offer industrial tours. ,aJ Scenic Drives r  ";'- 1 '" " Topping the list of scenic drives is Chuckanut Drive, fifteen miles of Alternate Highway 99 hacked from the solid rock of Chuckanut Mountain just south of Bellingham. This drive leads to another side trip atop Chuckanut Mountain to give you a spectacular view of the San Juan Islands. Ed's 11/ BEAUTY FOR YOU 718 E. Holly TV Dead? Call Ed! Admiral - Setchell Carlson 733 - 0820 TV -- Color TV -- Stereo Sales and Service ED GUSTAFSON Service All Makes Bellingham A. A. ANDERSON Heating and Sheet Metal Whatcom County's Home Heating Heaquarters 1409 Forest Ph. 734-7710 Beilingham Meridan &lllinois Styling Cutting and Cold Waves Pozetta Janitscheck Call 733-2613 Lots of Free Parking Town and Counfry Beaufy Salon Bellingham FISHERMAN'S MARKET 514 W. Holly Ph. 733-3200 BELLINGHAH WASH. JERRY'S RADIO & 11/ 1222 State St., Bellingham Dumont Sales and Service 733-2195 D & L Body and Plastics 734 - 4793 1421 N. Forest, Bellinghem Pacific Mfg. Co. Cusfom Built Coaches & Trailers Custom Built in Bellingham Service and Repairs Remodeling on all makes 734-4860 3410Marine Dr. Bellhn PACIFIC FRUIT AND PRODUCE Home of Sno Boy and Standby Foods P.O. Box 1184, Belllngham 734 - 6200 MARTIN PLUMBING & HEATING CO. Plumbing Supplies - Contracting - Repair Service JACK MARTIN RE 3-8300 2309 Meridan, Bellingham FISHERMAN'S COVE RESTAURANT (5 miles from Bellingham) Specializing in Sea Foods, Chicken and Steaks Beach Star Route Gooseberry Pt. Bellingham