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Fisherman's Paradise ITUATED on the outskirts of Darrington, Wash ngton, home of famous White Horse moun- tain, and on the banks of the Sauk River, are. the newly-opened building tracts to be known as Timber Bowl Haven: This vast area of natural beau- ty is within easy reach of many well-stocked lakes though excel- lent trout and steelhead fishing may be enjoyed from your front doorstep facing the Sauk River. Many come just to enjoy tile wonderland trails of the National Forest (but two miles from Dar- rington either on horseback ,,)r afoot), then to freshen up on their rturn with a swim in the beautiful Sauk River--the same river that abounds with trout and steelhead and dares the sports- man to try his luck. D. A. Duryee & Co. are agents for the property. :yi',; Friday, June !( : i : JAMES W. WHITTAKER, the , first American to climb Mt. PRACTICING: Jim Whittaker and another member of the assault team, chip ice. during a practice climb on Mt. Rainier last year. In constant training for the trip, Jim had the necessary stamina for the final assault, despite a loss of 30 pounds during the six-week climb. SAMMAMISH VIEW I)ARK AMMAMISH View Park, latest residential development on the eastern shores of Lake Sammamish, provides a year-around vacation setting for home owners. The more than one-half acre tracts provide a sweeping view of both the Olympic and Cascade Mountain ranges as well as beautiful Lake Sammamish. Beach rights and proportionate share ownership in the community water system are included in the pur- chase price of these lots. Owner and developer of Sammomish View Park, which will be just 10 minutes from downtown Seattle when he Evergreen laoint Bridge opens, is George Raab of Raab's Redmond Furniture. For further information he can be contacted at TUcker 5- 1378. YOUR VACATION TIME IS FUN TIME... PLAN TO SPEND YOUR SPARE TIME AT BURIEN ARCHERY LANES You'll Learn a New Concept of the Sport FREE INSTRUCTIONS -- RENTAL EQUSPMENT 15701 Ambaum Blvd. CH. 4-4250 ,.%-.%-=-=-.=.==-. reatgona g 8A TISFIED  ", qt CUSTOMERS ALL OrER V.E WORLD MOUNTAINEERING- CAMPING- SKIING TOPROGRESS-- 13 New Real Estate Firm Organized = EQUIPMENT .. g II Imported Domestic : | II "F.'o I.oc, To Serve YD. ', | 523 PIKE ST. MU. 2-5587 1 1525 - l lfl AVE. EA. 9-14P ' | -.%-.%--%%- - ; Everest, has been a lifelong out- door enthusiast, since his Boy U Scout days. Jim and his twin Lou, attended Seattle University on basketball scholarships. In 1951- 52, Jim earned his S. U. expenses by acting as a guide on Mt. Rai- nier. The Whittakers earned their degrees in 1952. Jim has long been active in the Mountaineers. Jim, Lou and c o m p a n i o n climbers were the object of a search whilo climbing Mt. Mc- Kinley in 1960. Lou was not able to participate in the E'verest as- sault due to business commit- ments at home. Jim resides in Redmond, Wash., with his wife Blanche and their two sons. Ho is sales manager of Recreational Equipment, Inc., which specializes in skiing and mountaineering equipment. __ . -:.-, ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: AUTOMATIC INDOOR ARCHERY Coast Wide Land, Inc., newly incorporated by R. D. King, Den- nis D. King, C. A. Wagner and Mrs. Betty J. Johnson, has been open for bulsiness at the West- shore .Building, 1800 Westlake Ave. N., Suite 202, since May 1, 1963. The company will conduct a complete real estate service, in- cluding land development, clos- ing services and collections in addition to the usual real estate operations. The corporation officers have a varied experience in real estate and have specialized in the sale and development of property in the San Juan Islands and on Whid- bey Island, as well as other areas. INETY-FIVE per cent of thc archers enjoying this fascinating game had never shoi a bow before coming into the lanes. With expert instruction they are finding the)' can shoot as well as the best in a short time. In fact, one enthusiastic archer took the Washington State Men's Championship just six months after his first instruction at the lanes. Yuuth groups such as Boy Scouts, Campfire Girls, Indian Guides, church groups are enjoying instruction and competition at the lanes. Burien Archery Lanes' instruction classes are held on a regular schedule: three lessons for each new archer who registers for the class, then a chance to keep in prac- tice and develop skill by finding a spot on a beginners league. The Elite o/ Mountain Recreation Sports Equipment by Gerry - Trailwise - Thomas Black & Sons - Kehy Packs Maps - Lighweight Foods Gerry Kiddie Carriers, $4.95, $10.95, $14.95 COMPLETE EQUIPMENT for SCOUTS. HIKERS, CLIMBERS and CAMPERS Open Every Evening until 9; Saturday 9 to 6 ILLUSTRATED CATALOG AVAILABLE UNIVERSITY VILLAGE LA. 2-4480 Goin  Ranehin'? Corral Yourself Some Real Western Duds for Dudes 9:00 A.M. to 9:00 P.M. K SHOP TUES., THURS., SAT. 9:00 A.M. to 5:30 P.M. 2ha & UNIVERSITY, SEATTLE -- MA 2-3900