Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on May 30, 1976 · Page 93
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Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 93

Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, May 30, 1976
Page 93
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TRAVEL V.J.'s MOTEL t. O. BOX 3124-- CHERSrGBCVE SECTION MTiNniiiiun.s.c.ast2 SWIMMING POOL AND WACOUS SUM OKK · FENCED IN CO* riAYGKOUND AND fOOl · HOKSEBACK KIDNG VOILRMU. HMSESHOtS · tENNB NEA«BY · CAtEKNC -^_WMITiJiALTYeO. ^^ VACATION HOMES \M WRITE FOR FREt IROCHURE [^ Mion« 103/272-611S ·U P.O.IOX1004 N. Myrtl» j»nh, S. C. 29512 HUSSEY REALTY CO. .·HUUTIKUUS-tEUUlltttUUTMM NMTN MYRTLE BUCK, S.C.2SSI2 803/249.1475 THOMAS REALTY CO. Phon«»03/I«9-17U 5*j T _ Wliri: BOX 32H FCK FUUV X ,, IUUSTUTEDJMOCHUH CWtlf b»t ·jtTII MYRJU 1UCII, I.C. M5M ***"** CRAND MOTEL HMN.OtM.IM. De«on front, modtm roorm and apartnunti, air (ond, Color TV Joom Muiic. W». Pool, Prittu Potio. Ml, Maid imvic., GCHF PUMlEGiS. Nut o fillwrw Klf and Tcnnii Courtj Pt»n.»01/14».344« f.O. MX TOM 0«M Dri»$.,t. PELICAN MOTEL Tilt: The World of Sid and Marty Krofft Charry Grove S*ct. North Myrtle Beech OCEAN HMMT · ·OOMS · SFfrCAftS. · AN) CONDITIONING · HEAT ·OAILT MAC 803-249-141 j WHITE r.0.10X3503 ft, lr«r»* 1 UnormU. Dtiki ;OI.IM:O \ S T M O T K I . In Delightful ChL-rry G r o v e 3901 N OceanBlvd NORTHMYRILEBEACH South Carolina 29582. Phone 803 249-2412 23ROOM[fFICIENCIES IBUCKROE BEACH, VIRGINI/ HOUSEKEffHKIMITS TV.,AIICOWmWWK RMNISHB KITCHENS U2KMOOMS GORNirS COTTAGE COURT I SOlS.MSt KOOFMMI tKkntBeidi,Va.236C4 FKNK Artist's sketch of $14 million high-rise world of fantasy in downtown Atlanta. L A U R I E SUE MtLEOD 'n^r v Managers tesort MotelandRestauranl · Rooms · Efficiencies · TV · GblfPrivil^es ·tool · AirCond." " · " ·· Beach Cabana MR7W7D. MEEKS--MAN ACER MKMH*03/272-*151 10X2248 Wmti HI S«c Oc*an Front DICK-A-DOO MOTEL IIULIOMKC TIE OCUI XT TWU-tSS P« · loom t CompM. ErScknc, Afr»..« Color IV AnfabU · tithing » block owoy · Air ConA · Sui D«k 1 Playgcnund An» ul Am · Golf ATLANTIC BEACH NORTH CAROLINA, 215 12 Writ* for trocrun. Boil U DIRECTLY ONTHI OCEAN! ME 12 ROOM 2KMOOM EffK.Ap.1. mOM(fl*)71.SI1* ·ALLOU4SLDCI RMiiton P.O. Bex 31 niMnc«ci,iic.2Ui2 . rk*Mlll/72(-2S31 . RULTOt VACATION IN NEW HOPE, PA. YOU'D love quaint picturesque New Hope and "The Motel in The Woods." Breakfast in out "Covered Bridge." Delightful accommodations. Heated pool. Magnificent view. And near everything art galleries, quaint shops, gourmet restaurants, historic sites, Peddler's Village. NEW HOPE MOTEL RT. 179/NEW HOPE, PA. 18938 CALX 1215) 862-2800 THU MOT El. IN THF WOODS CAROUNAIEACH REALTY P. O. Box 303 Carolina Beach, N. C. 28428 Ocean Front Cottag* Rentals, Real Estate l_ -_rnane 919/458-8239 ' On the boardwalk · in the Heart of the Beach Delicious meals and .family comfort. Spacious lobbies and large oceanfront porches. Free parking. Same management. Color brochure on request. Phone (804) 428-2112. On t_hc Ocean ar26* Street VIRGINIA BEACR VIRGINIA (I03)24f.22t5l Cleon, wide Beach! One of Cherry Grove's Finest! | Next Door to Fishing Pier Restaurant GoH at 10 Courses -- Tennis Courts Nearby · C(hr T» · Tw« ftttt wift KW*t tt*t · Mt|HMIS*nicc «j»l»iniit» ImkiOl Uiwv Irtmil, Ml kHcMrv HOLIDAY INN 6t PENTHOUSE RESTAURANT KtiitTet l*fcn, Owners hr ItHrnHMi, Wrilt *r Mb SWAMTMia rmm DOWNTOWN. . .OCEAN FRONT « 3 M*du Hirt* «l N»»M. 17 UnriM Wtj, Mm*«r 1 7 C*K Cwnti. F««r»A»KING PH.t03/448-1691or Vffltn FO« RESERVATIONS » MANAGIR · 1202 NORTH OCEAN »LVO. · P.O. »OX 40S · MTRTU BEACH, S.C. 29577 26m CHARLESTON. W.VA. By Richard Dunlop ATLANTA, Ga. - There is a little of the Pinball Wizard in almost everyone. Few visitors to downtown Atlanta's new World of Sid Marty Krofft can resist climbing into a man-sized pinball with three other players. The silvery ball drops into place in front of the giant plunger. A huge robot pulls the plunger back. The plunger strikes against the pinball, and the players are off on a course that runs for 700 feet through the world's largest pinball machine. The ball careens off a bumper as big as a barn door and richochets back and forth as enormous bells ring up a mounting score. Psychologists have noted that pinball players tend to identify themselves with a ball bouncing about an ordinary-si'zed pinball machine, and take the size of their scores personally. In the huge Pinball Machine at the World of Sid Marty Krofft, the identification with the ball becomes real for the players are right inside it. The ball bings back and forth and then drops through a score slot into the electronic ulterior of the machine. A 10-foot quarter drops down a coin slot and narrowly misses the players as they roll along a track. Circuits and controls flash by. Then a giant tilts the machine, arid amid a frenzy of leaping sparks the game comes to an end, and players exit from the Pinball following one of the most unique sensory experiences in all of entertainment. The Pinball Machine Ride'is only one feature of the world's first high-rise fantasy world, which has been designed by the Krofft brothers, TV and show producers who created the good-natured TV dragon Pufnstuf and his .merry friends. Opening on May 26, the ?U million entertainment complex occupies the west side of the totally enclosed all-weather Omni International complex, a 14 story, 5% acre me- gastructure where only yesterday Railroad Gulch disfigured downtown Atlanta. From the ground floor of the me- gastructure, visitors ride a 205-foot escalator, the world's longest, to Fantasy Fair where a pair of 20-foot tall Mimes greet them. The Kroffts are fifth generation entertainers, and the Mimes are a symbol of family tradition extending back for 200 years in Europe. The world of fantasy that awaits gives adults and kids alike a chance to become part of the fun from the inside out. On Tranquility Terrace, people climb aboard the Crystal Carousel to ride sculpted whales. 1 dolphins, and Pegasus the winged I May30.1976: StmdavGazette-Maill

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