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PR Friday, 28, 1963 Blake Island Offers Recreation HE TILLICUM VILLAGE restaurant is an authentic re- production of the Indian "'longhouse" with a seating ca- pacity for 100 diners, made of handsplit cedar. The "'long- house." rather than the customary teepee was the home of these North Coast Indians. The house grew with each addi- tion to the family and as one left. they took the precious hoards to start their own "longhouse." The famous Salmon "'bakes" are barbecued according to the original genuine Indian manner over open flames as cooked centuries ago. Blake Island, in Puget Sound. is a 45-minute boat ride from Seattle comprising a 473-acre island, acquired by Washington as a State Marine Park. Tillicum, Indian for "'friendly," are the only buildings on this scenic island. Thunderbird Hotel Luke Markishtum, co-owner of the beautiful motel, the Thun- derbird Motel in the Thunderbird Village Resort, Neah Bay, Wash- ington, is proud to tell you that he was born and grew to manhood in this same village. Luke, who lives there with his wife and three children, is proud of his heritage. His grandfather was one of the signers of the Treaty with the United States Government. Otis Baxter, who carved the famous Totem Poles that are legion at Ye Olde Curiosity Shop on Seattle's waterfront, is now carving the Family Crest of the Markishtum family of the Makah Tribe of Indians of Neah Bay. The Thunderbird he is now carving will be ten feet high with a 24-foot wing spread. A whale 21 feet long, carved on Western Red Cedar was pur- chased from the Crown Zellerbach Corporation. It will be flanked on each side by two huge Totem Poles sup- porting the Thunderbird. 'On the 15th of August there will be a tribal ceremony gath- ering to honor the three great Indian chiefs of Neah Bay in front of the carving of the Thunderbird, which they expect will prove to be a great tourist attraction. TELL THE ADVERTISERS YOU SAW THEIR MESSAGE IN THE PROGRESS m(Pic Courtesy Seattle Times) Tillicum Village, a restaurant on Blake Island, preserves the arts and crafts of the North Coast Indians. The "longhouse" opens onto an Indian Dance House where native songs and dances are performed. Rev. James H. Gandrau, Editor Mary Bresnahan, Associae Editor J ii ......... iiL Quali'ty Propertnes iii iii * * * FO R YOUR FAMILY * * * iii iii Edgewater    Country Club i!J iii, Estates  I'ttr- Estates ili iii ON BEAUTIFUL .: lL , d ADJOINING CLOVER VALLEY i!i !il HOODS CANAL '-, ..... f! GOLF AND COUNTRY CLUB iii !il Waterfront Homesites -- AND -- VIEW HOMESITES with permanent A 9-hole golf course (expandable to 18). Beautiful club house and facill- iii ii] Beach rights to the finest no bank waterfront on Hood Canal. 50 min- ties. Fishing stream, salt water and lake recreation just moments away. iil ili ufes from Downtown Seaffle  20 minutes from Bremeon. The dis- * A part of the fast growing South Kitsap area just 30 minutes from Seaffle, i[i iil criminating family will enjoy year 'round living in Edgewafer Estates, as 25 minutes from Tacoma, 15 minutes fo Bremerfon and S mlnufes fo Port iii iii well as recreational and weekend and summer * Orchard. Protective covenants designed to ii .."iii use -- EDGEWATER. ESTATES. . is a part of the Prices /rein . .prvide.. assurancel of quality and pleasant faro-. Prices ]rom iii:::  North K,tsap area wh,ch ,s noted for its out- mA A dy I,vmcj. Exce lent schools churches, shopping $/k AAA ii ...!.:[!:- standing schools -- shopping areas and recrea- qllZllvv wJ and recreatlonal, . facilities that will add to your -.-ZwZUU .:::.:i[ i!i tolnal and community opportunities, family s enloymenf of the pleasant way of Am- ---- ii[ iii Terms, of Course erican Life. Terms, of Course ili iii . . . . . . iii ".'i" -:'" After you've seen the re st. you will buy the best! iii iii RUSSELL L. SWEANY, Realtor ii iii 742 Bay st., Port Orchard, Wash. Phone TRiangle 6-5021 TR. 6-3823 TR. 6-3197 ii! .:.:.