Panama City News-Herald from Panama City, Florida on June 23, 1974 · Page 55
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Panama City News-Herald from Panama City, Florida · Page 55

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CD Tht Harbour House. Next to Ramada Inn in St. Andrews Bay. For a superb meal served in elegant surroundings, Including a magnificent view of St. Andrews Bay, visit the Harbour House Restaurant... featuring prime rib, fresh Florida Seafood, and a delicious noon buffet served 7 days a week. Food meticulously prepared under the supervision of Teddy Faoutas, well- known restauranteur. Let us help you plan your party or group luncheons with accommodations to handle 20or 200. Honwr'f Houio of Subi. 4617 W. Hwy. 98. Homer's House of Subs offers the original New England styled Submarine Sandwiches. Made on crusty roll, topped with lettuce, tomato, onion, olive, red pepper and garnished with special homemade dressing. Open7days a week, 10a.m. til. Eat in or carry out sandwiches available. Phone 785-1360. Noah's. 4420 W. Hwy. 98. Home of the "seafood king," Noah's specializes in fresh gulf-caught cuisine. Why not bring the family in for a substantial meal of seafood, steaks, breakfast, or a fresh vegetable lunch? Or phone 785-2952 for a take-out order that is ready in short order. Open 5 a. m. to 9 p. m. 7days a week, Noah's has a relaxing marine atmosphere. The Gold Nugget Lounge. 3901W. Hwy. 98. Now under new management, The Gold Nugget Lounge offers live entertainment 7 days a week. Happy Hour can be enjoyed Monday through Saturday, I2noon til 9 p.m.; Sunday, 4 p.m. til 9p.m. Special prices for unescorted ladies. Country and western and pop music presented for your pleasure. Bring your friends to the Gold Nugget Lounge for an e ven ing of sheer enjoyment. Hearth'n' Garden. For an unusual dining experience, turn to Hearth 'n' Garden, located at 620 Thomas Drive, just a minute's drive west of Hathaway bridge; turn left on Thomas Drive and continue tt> mile south. The unique Bavarian atmosphere is enhanced by imported and domestic beerserved in imported mugs. Dine in the outdoor Bavarian Garden or inside surrounded by Eastern European furnishings. Muke Hearth *n' Garden your next stop. Little B'Ham lounga. W. Hwy. 98,3 miles west of" Y". Your hosts Barbara and Randy Woody welcome you to Little B'Ham to enjoy the "Jimmy Clark Show" presentedfrom9p.m.til2a.m. Visitthenewdaytimepatio baron the Gulf. Telephone 234-2429. Wakulla Springs Dining Room. Located at beautiful Wakulla Springs just 14 miles south of Tallahassee. Featuring PrimeT-bones, Sirloin TipRoast and a favorite speciality - Fried Shrimp. Overlooks "Florida's Finest Natural Attraction'' and the World's largest, deepest spring. Open all year 'round. Gulf Cafeteria. On the Beach near the Tower. Famous for our roast beef and homemade dessert, Gulf Cafeteria also features a wide variety of fresh vegetables. Specials are offered. Come visit the only cafeteria on the beach. George Gouras' famous Gulf Cafeteria. The Golden Dragon. 1504 W. 15th St. As Panama City's newest and finest Chinese restaurant, Golden Dragon serves delicious authentic Mandarin Chinese food. In addition, an excellent selection of American cuisine is offered. Orders are also available for take out. Your favorite beer and wines are on hand. Open every day, 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Telephone 785-9507 or 785-9508. The Dunes of Eng. 8028 Thomas Drive. Open from 5 p.m. til, the Dunes of Eng serve authentic Cantonese and Polynesian foods. Your favorite wine or cocktail is available to complement your meal. Telephone 234-6626. Local News Briefs The second session of the annual Summer Camp of Little League Baseball will begin on June 30. Applications are still being accepted, and full information may be obtained by calling St. Petersburg (813) 344-2661, or writing to Little League Baseball, P. O. Box 13366, St. Petersburg, Fla. 33733. ooo The Tyndall Remote Wives Club holds socials, meetings and other activities which could be of interest to others in the area. Sponsored by the Tyndall Family Services program, the club is open to all military wives whose husbands are serving an unaccompanied tour of duty for six months or longer. For further information, wives are invited to call Mrs. Cheri King at the Family Services Center, 283-2963, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday through Friday. ooo Sportsmen are reminded that all Florida hunting and fishing licenses expire at midnight June 30 and new 1974-75 licenses will be required on July 1. According to an announcement by the Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission, the new licenses for hunting and fishing are now on sale at the offices of all County Tax Collectors and authorized license agents. All licenses purchased during the month of June will be honored from date of purchase and will be valid through June of 1975. All sportsmen, except residents 65 years of age and over and children under 15, must possess valid licenses when hunting or fresh water fishing in Florida. ooo -manks ttfc working ThaLMtaOWMH trust your senses to find the right magazine for your ad. Trust your eyes to see the difference in a quality publication. THIS WEEK is an eyeful of color and informative reading. Trust your ears to hear the response both by phone and in the ole' cash box. THIS WEEK rings the bell for its advertisers. TRUST US THIS WEEK IS GOOD SENSE. CALL JERRY STOWE 769-0333 THIS WEEK IN PANAMA CITY PAGE 15

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