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July 16, 1972

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 25

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SB--July 16, 1972 Sunday --Charleston, Wts» Virginia .. REALTOR Philip Silverstein Certified Residential Broker by NIREB Realtor Philip J. Silverstein, president of Home Finders, Inc has been designated a certified residential broker of the National Institute of Real Estate Brokers (NIREB). Silverstein won the designation after completing a rigorous academic program and demonstrating skill in the field of residential broke r a g e , says NIREB Presi- d e n t Art S. Leitch. He adds, "Many years of diligent study a n d ccmscien- SILVERSTEIN tious are needed! to become a certified residential broker." In 1955, Silverstein began his real estate career and has been with Home Finders here since 1964. NIREB, which has a membership of 19,000 brokers and sales associates, is the largest educational affiliate of the National Association of Real Estate Boards. ed in cooperation with the U.S. Forest Service, Lucas says. "All that anyone i n and around Charleston has to do is come SHUP1! into Mountaineer Datsun and take a brief test drive," he explains. "A card will then be filed out and notification will be sent ot the U.S. Forest Service to plant a tree in the person's name. Also those taking drives between now and Oct. 15 wil will receive a free Ansel Adams nature poster." The goal is to plant 100,000 trees by the end of this sum mer. Mrs. Carla Miller of 671 Wayside Dr., Charleston, is winner of a new 1972 Chevrolet Vega given by Joe Holland Chevrolet in a four month sales contest. Ford dealers in the Cincinnati - C h a r l e s t o n district broke monthly truck sales records in June with 2,303 units for 106 over the previous record and new car sales of 5,446 which setter the previous June peak of 5,325 set in 1965, reports John C. O'Donnel, district manager. The Detroit based Guardian Industries Corp., which this J.A.IW lAUUL *« XSV/L ^f., YViUWI '·'.*" W. F. Shupe of Big Stone Gap, year purchased for cash Beach- Va., has been promoted to vice' p r e s i d e n t of Perm-Virginia Corp., a Philadelphia based company' with extensive coal properties in Virginia and West Virginia. He joined Stonega Coke and Coal Co., a subsidiary in 1963. Shupe came to Penn-Virginia as an engineer in 1961 and was later ptompted to general manager. T. J. Liddle, safety engineer of Westmoreland Coal Co., has been awarded a life membership in the Mine Inspectors Institute of America. Liddle joined the company in 1947 and was made safety director in 1971. Allen Lucas, president of Mountaineer Datsun, is supporting the nationwide campaign by the Nissan Motor Corp. called "Drive a Datsun - Plant a Tree," which aims to help replenish American forests. The program is being conduct- DE Plans Camp-Type Orientation ELKINS -- Off-campus study at Davis and Elkins College will lake on a new dimension in September when a group of entering freshmen undergo the traditional college orientation session in a heavily wooded section of the Monongahela National Forest rather than on campus. "Orientation in the Woods" is a voluntary two-day hiking and camping excursion through the nearby Monongahela. Teams of 120 freshmen accompanied by one or two faculty members and a like number of upperclassmen will leave the campus on Sept. 16 and return Sept. 18. Briefing sessions on college traditions, policies and regulations will be held at the campsites, while testing and registration for the fall term will be completed when the freshmen land Glass Co. with nine retail glass outlets in Ohio and West Virginia, has agreed to acquire Glass for Cars, Inc., in Cleveland. Glass for Cars operates eight retail outlets in northern Ohio and had sales of more than $1.7 million last fiscal year. The Convention and Tourism Department of the Charleston Area Chamber of Commerce has served an average of 100 conventions a year since it was organized in 1965, chamber officials say. These conventions and meetings contribute more than ·*S million annually to the ecom of Kanawha Valley. The chamber now occupies new offices at 818 Virginia St William B. Lucas of Eden N.C., has been elected vice president, secretary and genera counsel of Wheat, First Securities which maintains an office in j Charleston and Bluefield. i Bootleggers Out, Legal Whisky Sales Are In WELLINGTON, New Zealand --(.?)--· New Zealand's first legally distilled local whisky is scheduled to go on sale late in 1973. The last of the bootleggers operating in the Hokonui Mountains went out of business 20 years ago. What gives children great pleasure that they can enjoy when they are 70? PIANO! ost any child con moflw o piono. An economical way lor you to leit our itaiemant on yoyr child it to return to campus. Letters inviting freshmen to! participate in the campout were! v mailed in June, and Dennis Ltndberg, the originator of the hike, said response has been Freshmen who do not choose to participate will follow the usual orientation, procedures. RENT A PIANO IK cost in $8 Tionfhly plui coring*, and ev^ry rfoHor II apply it you decide to buy. Why wait? leiior.1 available too ot GORBY'S MUSIC DAILY 9-5 2 l 4 7 t h A V E . THURSDAYS 9-9 SOUTH CHARLESTON PHONE 744-9453 Mr. House of Comfort, Ray Darnold Jr., Says: T BUY ANY mm mm SYSTEM... UNTO. YOU SEE NEW GAS "HUE-W-flNE" 1. Hells the Williamson's new "Five-In-One" completely outdates all con- fctme ventional heating and cooling systems. in just one cabinet, no larger than the avsrage siz» warm oir furnace, the "Rve-ln- 2. Mlfj moisture One" includes all the necessary components to heat, humidi- in winter 3. Cools the hone 4. Removes moisture in summer fy, cool, dehumidify, and electronically clean the air in your home. The "Five-In-One" will cost less to install and is far more attract!.-e than components purchased jepa'atciy and combined to achieve the same total comfort. For gentle warmth in winter, pleasant coolness in summer, and air pure, fresh and properly moisturized oil year-rcunu, tolce o good look at Vr'illiamson's new "Five-In-One" -- an 5. tteiltt the lir entirely new concept in total comfort. DARNOLD INC. 515 THIRD AVE. SOUTH CHARLESTON PHONE 744-1329 LIDDLE Astronauts to Undergo 8-Week Skylab Rehearsal SPACE CENTER, HOUSTON --wv-Three men will walk into an altitude chamber at the Manned Spacecraft Center this week days. and not come out for 56 The three, astronauts Robert L. Crippen, William E. Thornton and Karol J. Bobko, are the subjects for the Skylab Medical Experiments A l t i t u d e Test (SMEAT), an eight-week dress rehearsal for the flight next year of an orbiting laboratory. The astronauts will live in the chamber a/id work just as spacemen will next year aboard Skylab. The only difference will be that Crippen, Thorton and Bobkp will be on the ground and not in the weightlessness of space. Space agency officials say the purpose of the test, which begins Wednesday, will be to establish a baseline for Skylab. By studying the effects on the OPEN THURS. NIGHT MANY OTHERS NOT LISTED ALSO ON SALE confinement on the ground, doctors will be better able to identify the changes that are caused only by weightlessness. The astronauts are expected to be affected by such things as the cramped space, atmospheric pressures and gases, the unique Skylab food and the tedium of life in a tank. But the effects are expected to be small, noticeable only to physicians and their instruments. Everything in the test simu- lates the actual hardware in a Skylab. The food is the communications the same, system is the same and even the medical experiments to be conducted are the same. Thornton, Crippen and Bobko, however, will be able to watch television and talk with their families. Skylab will be launched unmanned next March. The first of three crews to visit the orbiting laboratory will stay for 28 days. The next two crews will stay for 56 days each. 10-Story Fall Yields Dislocated Finger RIO DE JANEIOR -4JK- A painter fell 10 stories at a contraction site, but doctors said-an initial examination showed the most serious injury was a dislocated finger. Witnesses said tlw man's fall was slowed by boards protruding from a scaffolding. FINE QUALITY FURNITUBE $ 499 $ 499 $ 249 '299 SAVE UP TO '200 ON NEW SOFAS Reg. SALE Kroehler 2 pc. 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Luxurious, Long, Slightly Soiled OFF-WHITE CURVED SOFA BY KEY CITY 599.00 Key City High Arm 84" Velvet WHITE WITH GOLD FLORAL SOFA 599.00 Kroehler Pastel Blue Floral or Green TOWNHOUSE SOFA 299.50 Key City 4 Loose Back Cushion, Save $200 RED MEDITERRANEAN SOFA 499.50 Bassett Contemporary Stripe CORNER SECTIONAL SOFA 2 pc 519.00 Pullman Traditional GREEN FLORAL SOFA 399.50 9--Early American Sofas on Sale. See Them! All New Arrivals $ 199 S 449 $ 179 $ 249 $ 149 $ 349 $ 219 $ 169 '109 S 199 $ 399 $ 499 $ 249 $ 299 $ 398 $ 249 Ea. ONE GROUP OUR REGULAR SOLID MAPLE OPEN STOCK U- 23 DIFFERENT STYLES OF DINETTES ON SALE 5pc. Sets ....... Low As 7 pc. Sets Low As DINING ROOM PIECES SALE PRICED TABLES Round, Oval. Rectangular CHAIRS Various Styles HUTCHES DEACONS BENCHES THIS IS STURDY HEAVY DUTY AUTHENTIC STYLED EARLY AMERICAN FURNITURE YOU'LL ENJOY Reg. SALE 40" CONT. PECAN CHINA 159.95 $ 129 48" CONT. PECAN CHINA 199.95 $ 159 FRENCH PRO V. 7 pc. SUITE SPECIAL $ 249 5 pc. 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