Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on June 29, 1975 · Page 95
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Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 95

Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, June 29, 1975
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Montana: Adventure Head for Montana, and prepare yourself forjm^e than a vacation.; Get ready for an experience in the Old West, and a lesson in how America grew. A land of mountains, blue-ribbon trout streams, and open plains cov-: ered with undulating seas of grass, Montana is one of the last bastions : of the simple life; the uncrowded, . easy style of, years gone by. Mon- ·" tana i s a ; i\Qn-pariel adventure whose intricaJi variety of life and wandering soul. _ ate John Steinbeck iifia/while researching th Charlie, "and fcbest when he .con"' ' ' landensn Nobel lp crossed ML his' ·Tfay^ perhaps \putsf fessed: .s|8s^ ;- · ".' ' - " . · · "I can'twrite objectively about Montana i I'm in love:" Steinbeck found the state a region rich in cultural heritage and natural splendor. And so will you. Simply set yourself adrift in The Big Sky Country, :and discover why Steiribeck fpltas he^did. Walk the streets of a high-plains cowtown. You'll find it hard to remain- a stranger. You may miss the franchised eateries that look alike from coast to coast. But stop at a small-town cafe for Montana's favorite ranchland breakfast -steak arid eggs. With the food, you'll get a; side order of friendly Qbriyersation^aHref ill of local history arid desser^is^a tip on how to snag a trophy'faout. Take in pne.o| scores of gold rush ;ghp^ town^arid- feel the expite: meht that an^ira fraught with gold and guns stil^rieratKrGold fever is gone noWi But the precious metal remairi?.; T|y your hand at panning -- a^riew; bonanza just may be ar- Drive tp ;tne kittle Big Horri on the Crow ,3ridiari Reservation'arid standI OT-the' ridges where Lt: CoL THOMAS REALTY CO. Phone803/249.171,!'" , JUAt WRITE(OXaaifOHfUUV- ILLUSTRATED WOCHURE , . OMfTfCnVe mXTTH MttTLEBiACM.$.C. M5«2 S^tk. Sffi WALTER'S Often rite year oroam// v ,_,,. 3/249-2122, ROOMS, EFFiciENOTAPTS., AIR CONDITIONED AND HEAT, FISHiNiS5AND GOIFPRIVIIEGES, TV, NEAR RESTAURANTS; SHOPPING AND AMUSEMENTS NEARBYJOlii' : ?.; ','· .' ".·.- :;^ . Be 3041 i.«frtfe Be«fc, $. C. 29512 SEA GULL MOTEL ON THE OCEAN FRONT Cheriy^Orove Section - . , ---;.· - \~-T ."--VVT- -.-n.'--- -e -· . . " - . · . - · · ' - ,;.r»wrde Beach .-: · ···-··:·.-·.· ·.!·-! 2;P«*gom Efficiencies ' qmSj;i^..,.. : y 4 . - . ,. · Carpeting Throughout · MaidService ··Color TV in All Units ' ,^ Fully Air-Conditioned , · Heated Pool Kiddie Pool · Golf Privileges · Private Balconies i Patios Far R«i'«rvation Write: '· SEA GULL MOTEL " MR. ft MIS. HOWARD LIE, MGU. North Myrtle Rtrch, S.C. 29582 . Phone 803/249-2640 . , VJ.'s HOTEL · Mr Air CwrfMiMMl «~2 i 3 tttmm C«v Phone 803/249-1012 WHITE KALTY CO. VACATION HOMES Phone 803/272-6115 P.O. BOX 1004 Crescent Beach Station N. Myrtle Beach, S. C. 29582 For A Wonderful Vocation J MAR-LANE SoSSST* 1 *"! GRAND MOTEL 106N.OcM«llv4. NOtTH MTITU HACK. S. C. 29112 Ocean front, modern rooms and apartments, air cond., Color TV, Room Music, Large Pool, Private Patio, Daily Maid Service. GOLF PRIVILEGES. Next to Fishing Pier and Tennis Courts Phone 803/249-3444 P.O. BOX 706-E Ocean Drive Sect. Tl* Wdlttn, Owun (Ken. HUSSEY REALTY CO. «E«L EST1TE SALES-LEASES t lETlElflT MIES WITH MYITIE BEACH, S.C.2S5S2 103/249-1475 Much of West was made for saddle treks. GOU) COAST M O T K L In Delightful C h e r r y G r o v e 301 N. Ocean Blvd. NORTH MYRTLE BEACH South Carolina 29582. Phone 803 749-2412 2 3 ROOM EFFICIENCIES Fishing Dotiy Maid S e r v i c e Baby Si' LAURIE SUEMcLEOD Owners-Managers «««___« PIERVIEW MOTEL 5 OCEAN FtOHTe 204 N. OCEAN E4VD.I MYtTLE BEACH, S. C 29577 f Rooms and Apis.accommodate 2 to6 persons.! Coble W. Air Cond., Elk. Heot. Private Patio on · beach. Near Amusements. · MRS. ERA DONKLE, Owner I Phone (803) 448-6941 I Phone(803) George Armstrong CuSter and his Seventh Cavalry command fell; Then Unlove on to Busby;on the Northern Cheyenne Reservation and visit the direct descendants of those Indian Warriors who met arid crushed the U. §; Army in 1876. If you're lucky^ you might pick up a . hand carved Cheyenne love flute -- m instrument reputed to Tender .women Vulnerable to the charms of If it's solitade you seek,- Montana is a backpacker's delight. A short hike into the high country of the Beartooth plateau affords a fisherman the chance to have a mountain lake all to himself. Qf^ for a change of pace; \risi£Mik£ City at^eek's end, arid discover, what its like to be a pailtpf Western traction:: As; you bdly ; up to ^ the i Bar, the'nialn at' your right elbow iriight be ^ ?10--a: day cowhand,' and the man at; yotif^ ;lef t thVpwner of a tattled empire: Chances are; , it'U be haM : to; tell ' takes a curtain call every hour on the hour.; '-' : /v ; :;/.- : '--.^V · -- By. contrast, "Glacier isva qliiet land. Eveh-the roar of rushing cascades arid; tumbling waterfalls, fades into pleasant background music. Drive Gbing-To-The-Sun Road, and the breath-taking vistas of this highway carved in sheer mountain faces will linger with ybu ; forever. Or, blaze your own ibackcpuntry: patii on a thousand Tbiles i of hiking : ' ' " ' ' ' i ; No Visit tovMpntaria. is; without the bone-jarring; merit of ^ a-rodfo. World aid cham- pipnshifKilas? i cowboys iTide'the circuit throughout Montana, sk|pp|rig front show;lo show for a chance io bust;but of a chute on 1,500 poijnds ;6f hate-wrapped in horsehide. ^Watching a bronc rider's e1ght : secr ?ond performance i may "coh\?imce ^ you 'that professional football is tame, ^ indeed. T " ' · ' · · : . ' . '· ·' --: : ';, ··'/·'.;.. : j.- ; -.-' ; "" Family recreatipri? The possibilities are endless,: .Yellowstorie arid i Glacier National Parks are : lands : where urban ugliness is f prgptten. jln these soaring mountaihs, which Jlobm. above vast forested expanses, isnow banks sparkle as they melt in ; ; the summer sim. Thousands of Silvery threads weave together at the snowfields' ragged edges, fdnriing I the headwaters of several of the nation's great rivers. Deer, elk, moose, buffalo, antelope, bear, and a host of lesser wildlife stalk both parks -- treats for the 'casual observer and serious photographer alike; Yellowstone National Park is one of nature's grandstanders, and 'Montana boasts three of the; five 'entrances. Volcanic mud flows, ; cast in a rainbow of hues, roar at: ; the -Dragon's Mouth, Old-Faithful- · , . . . . . . . J[f fishing is your sport ; welcoiiie to the angler ? s iriecca. : Send a dry fly curling put pver the Madison, Jefferson* Gallatin, Yellowstone, or a dozen other famous Montana rivers, and a trout is your reward. Of; tie into a 20- to 140rpound:pad- dlefish in the lower Yellowstone, These throwbacks to prehis tory pose a battle no angler will soon forget. .. ,. f x;x.V- : ; ,. -·· ";''...·.. Montana cities have a distinctive flavor all their ;own. v/ ; v " r Cosmopolitan Biitte^ia hell-r;ais^ ing silver camp .that came of age during the "War of the Copper Kings/' boasts sortie of the finest restaurants in the normwest. . Great Falls is home for one of the nation's most superb collections of Western art at the C: M;Jlussell Museum, and the nearby Great Falls of .-'.the Missouri, discovered by Lewis arid Clark on their exploration of the Louisiana Purchase m 180W)6;.is a trip into the past fpr any visitor. - BillingSi a riverboat town that grew into a railhead, bustles with a retail trade that serves a 250-mile radius, arid is the kickoff point for skiing at Red Lodge and mountaineering in the Beartooth Range. Arid in Helena, the state's capital, roots sunk during the gold rush continue to florish today in such attractions as the Capitol Building, the State r Historical Society Museum and Reeder's Alley -- origiri- al miners'- shacks turned arts and crafts center; ···"- . To discover Montana is to fall in love. To travel Montana is to delve into a million and one things you'll find nowhere else. And to explore Montana is to ensure that you'll surely return again and again fpr an adventure in today's Old West. ON-OCEAN-FRONT CASTAWAYS V«ry Rooms Effic. Private .Ocean Front Balconies. Cable TV, Air cond. Heat, Block from Amuse. · Center and Pavilion. Heated Pool. [JME«SMMMTEI,OWNH$,MCIS. mm 803.448-7239 "'- 1004M.OCEAHMVD. MYITU BEACH S. C 29S77 ; for a Memorable Vacation (Where strangers meet , jmm and leave friends) 53 Ocean Front Units ·ELEVATOR SERVICE ·HEATED POOL ·LARGE PARKING AREA ·CABLE COLOR TV -·PRIVATE PHONE IN.. :EACHROOM: ·ONE BLOCK SOUTH OF PAVILION ·CLOSE TO AMUSEMENTS AND SHOPPING 606-610 N. Ocean Blvd. Box 2133 Phone 803-448-7121 Myrtle Beach, 5. C. ; 9OS77 v ·GOLF AT 7 COURSES, TENNIS PMV.' i ·RESTAURANT SERVMG DELICIOUS MEALS; i BONNIE SMITH, MGR. **'' I'hiiwtfii;.- 1973;; beluxie Motel ' i rooms with i' refrigerators. .1 2. · bedroom efficiencies fully J equipped, including Toasters, · Wall to Wall Carpet, free I Cable Color TV, Air Cond. | Heat, Private Ceramic Tile | Baths with Tub.^and Shower. L Phones'. (Free local . I Calls), Self-service Elevator, j Heated Pool Kiddie Pool, Pn- I vote Balconies on ocean front I units, connecting units availo- j.ble. Golf Privileges at 13 I Courses, Tennis privileges at i Myrtlewood,, Near Shopping · Centers Nice Restaurants. ·Ample On-The-Premises Park- I ing. AAA Member, Washer- I efte. · - . . ' · DIRECTLY ON THE OCEAN FRONT... -.Ma:JOioJunr20 - - Au(E.24tpAujt.-31 ^ OCEANFRONreff;2dU.bedi.2p«ijoi». , CXMNffiONTeH: 2 *l b«ii 2 |»noiu §IJ5!L;;H.j^:bri,:j I l£ s " 11 ' ~°*^'4i'£'^:i£»« **· $22B«T SI54wlu ***** $1*7wk. OCEAN FRONT 2 bedroom .ft.; 3 dbl.'befc OCEAN FRONT ihtdrooni iff., 3 dbl. bids $36 ear $245 wk. June 21 loAii(i.28 OCEAN FRONT f ft 2 dbl b«t, 2 prom $32dn.-..........J2l7wk. OCEAN VIEW t«. 2 dbL b«d, 2 pencxB S27fcf.. $182 wk. OCEAN FRONT 2 bedrooms eff.3 dbLbxb 4 pentns $40 fcr ...: $272 wk. ADD $2.OO FOR EACH ADDITIONAL PERSON PER DAT. HIGHER HOLIDAYS ft WEEKENDS. CRIBS ROLLAWAY AVAILABLE at $2.OO PER DAT. Call 1-803-448-4345 DRAWER Cl 70S South Ocean Blvd. Myrtle BwKh, South Carolina 29577 Harry W*ovghby,f - Srpl.lioSrpt.20 OCEAN FRONT M.I dbl btdi, 2 p«f»ra SI6eay ...$105wk. OCEAN VIEW cff. 2 dW. fc*dj, 2 ptnora $13en........ $85 wk. OCEAN FRONT 2 Udraom «H., 3 dU. b(ds 4pcne»$22fcr $141 wk. A Hotel on the Ocean Front serving Familieisino193T-- Conveniently located within eaiy walking distance of major shopping center,' ···MMflHM pavilion and amusement areas. Mi^it^^^^o^an Askaout our Go/f Package offering IJ^SST ·sovaibWe. for additional information jua col Driftwood on the Ocean 803-448-7158 A d d r e s s . . . . . . . . . . . . . Stale . . . . . . . . . . . Zip ^.^ :.*.-"iM m

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