Page Eight **V-*-*'*'--*-T-- SAIL HO!--Sailboating is a popular pastime here whether in races or just knocking around. Use Caution, Chief Urges CofC Pushing Its Promotions Bay County Chamber of Commerce's tourist and promotion division is busy singing the praises of the Miracle Strip in Georgia, Alabama and Louisiana areas. Ben Savage, director, said the response to the advertising theme, "Just a Tank Away", has been great. The ad campaign is being concentrated closer to home this year and stresses the fact that vacationists will use less gasoline coming to Panama City and its beaches than going to points further away. * * The chamber's new brochure is out and it depictsinword and picture the beauties of the local scene. Reunions Set This is the time of year for school class reunions. Bay High's classes of 1944 and 1954 plan such gatherings soon. Panama City Beach has an excellent traffic safety record and Police Chief Tommy Sullivan wants to keep it that way. Sullivan urges motorists and pedestrians alike to use caution on the highways, particularly at this season of the year, with bumper to bumper traffic being the rule rather than the exception. Sullivan also advises swimmers along the famous snow white beaches to always use areas where there is life guard protection. Full squads of guards are on duty during all swimming teams at most areas along the beach, and they have the latest in equipment. Guards, with equipment also ride in police patrol cars. CHAR PIT RESTAURANT 1/2 MILE WEST OF COUNTY WltJ DRAFT BEER mode xM4m 12TM W. HWV. M PANAMA CITY MACH BAY COUNTY'S NO. 1 BANK Provides fast, Efficient "Full Service Banking/' MAIN tOIIY HOURS MON. - THIMS ... 9 A.M. - 2 P.M. FRIDAYS ... 9 A.M. • 5:00 CLOSIO SAT PHONE 769-333 DRIVI-UP FACILITY HOURS MON. - mi ... fcSO A.M. • 5:30 P.M. SATURDAYS ... Ii30 A.M. • 1:00 P.M. BAT NATIONAL BANK AND TRUST Member FDIC Corner Jinks Ave. A VY. 15th St. Panama City, Fla.
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