Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on June 6, 1976 · Page 96
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Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 96

Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, June 6, 1976
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CUP M/UL TUttAO for br and rates moil ihis ad lo-. MYRTLE BEACH Smitly Bnrbora are dedicated to your comfort! DIAL 803a448-3938 NOW -fffttscrnthns 401 7TH AVE. N. Myrtle Bench, S.C. 29577 · OPEH rUR AROUND · EFFICIEHCr ARTS. · UTENSILS FURM. · ROOMS WITH REFRIG. · TV«XIRCOHD. ·PA SYSTEMS (CH) ' ON-OCEAN-FRONT CASTAWAYS Medium Priced Rates AMPLE PARKING Convenient To All Activities Rooms Effic. Private Ocean Front Balconies. Coble TV, Air cond. S. Heal, Block from Amuse. Center and Pavilion. Heated Pool. ERNIE HUNTER, JR., MGR. PHONE 803-448-7239 T004 NO. OCEAN BLVD. MYRTLE BEACH S.C. 29577 I PIERVIEW MOTEL I ·OCEAN FRONT* 204 N. OCEAN BLVD| · MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. 29577 · I Rooms and Apts. accommodate 2 to 6 persons. · Cable TV. Air Cord, Elec. Heat. Private Patio | on Beach. Near Amusements. MRS. ERA DONIKLE, Owner Phone (8C3) 448-6941 Phone (803) 448-15351 Sealbrt Motor Inn TUnBTTLY ON THE OCEAN, MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. 29577 March 1 to June I FOR ONLY $110.50 Daly Rale of $ 1 7.00 per penon Doubt* occupancy tJDlTSOFCOLf · ROOM PHONE · CABLE COLOR TV · HEATED POOL--KIDDIE POOL · PRIVATE BALCONIES PAPADOC'S RESTAURANT AND^OUNSf. 1976 GOLF PACKAGE! rifATsSrfrWTORlflf CLIP * M ~' L 2600 N. OCEAN BLVD., MYRTLE BEACH, 5. C.29S77 Pleose send me brochure and rates: NAME ADDRESS CITY ST...._._._.... PH... OCKAiM FKO.Vr: 1401 S. Ocean Blvd., Myrtle Beach, S. Carolina 29577 Accommodates extra lorg? families · King iiie beds. Healed pool kiddie pool · Color TV · Goif · Fishing · Tennii · Spaciouf pool deck with tropical otmoiphere · Private bolconiei · Dining Dancing at country clubi · Direct d'al-phonei · Covered S. Shaded free parking e Hove Bun Enjoying Beautiful Weather pvf of Recitation «?. .. Which ii Swrfofalf tor All CUP* MAIL TO 1 PHONE 803-448-2491 jParodlm Inn, 1401 S.Oteon Blvd., Inquire about our j Address Special Vacation Package | c i t y . . . . ^ ~ " rwJ^^^^^^^^^^^M^BMM^^^^^^ 1 ^^^^^^^^^^^ Cherry Tree X^X · 5400 N. Ocean Blvd., Myrtle Beach, S.C. 29577 CG Ocean Front--walk into the surf Phone 803-449-6425 15 championship poll'courses Gloss enclosed heated pool lor cool weather Tennis privilege available--instructions Cahle color T.V.--Restaurant Ajgoorns--elf. suites--spec'"' weekly rates iber DIRECTLY ON ( THE OCEAN FRONT. I Now in 1973. Deluxe Motel j rooms with refrigerators, 1 2 (bedroom efficiencies folly leqftr.^d, including Toaste" {wall to Wall Carpet. Free I Coble Color TV, Air Cond. iHoot, Private Ceramic Tile 1 Baths with Tub ond Shower, ISelf-Dial Phones (Free local iCalls), Self-service Elevator, Heated Pool Kiddie Pool, Pri- 'Vote Balconies on ocean front I units, connecting units avoila- Ible, Golf Privileges at 17 | Courses, Tennis privileges at IMyrtlewood. Near Shopping [Centers Nice Restaurants, [Ample On-The-Premises Pork- 'ing, AAA Member, Washer- lerte. May 28 lhrii June 19 OCEAN FRONT irl. Idbl. b^ii. 2 r»ncn $29 Day $196wk. OCEAN VIEW «H.2 dbl. bed*. 2 p^rtonl Aucusi 22 lliru -Sepl. 5 I OCEAN FRONT «H. 2 dbl. Udi. 2 ptnoni I $33 Day $224 wk. OCEAN VIEW .H. 2 dB. tarJi.2pen»" ' $27Day $182wk.| OCEAN FSONT 2 b«iraxn «H. 3 dbl. b«h. OCEAN F8ONT 2 b«Jroxii tH. 3 dbl. bed.. i 4 pcnoni. 539 Day ... $266 wk. 4 ,,,,,,,,, $4t Day .... S280 wk. JunriO Iliru Aiif!usl21 Scut. 6 thru Sr|ii. 25 J :XEANFRONT«H.2dbl.l)«i;.2[»r«» OCEAN «t)NT«H.2 dbl.brii.2p.nora | S3SDo» $238wk. $!8Doy S119wk.i OCEANVlEW ( «.2dbl.t»d..2petwm OCEAN VIEW C H. 2 dbl. b«h. 2 p«ruoi 529Din $196wk. SISDar $98wk.l OCEANFloNT2bi^!n".3dbl.bcdi. OCEAN FRONT Jbtdnxim.H. 3 dbl. b»d I 4perso«$43Day... S294wek. 4 ptrsom $24 Day .... $161 wk. ADD $2.00 FOR EACH ADDITIONAL PERSON PER DAT HIGHER HOLIDAYS WEEKENDS. CRIBS ROLLAWAYS AVAILABLE at $2.00 PER DAY. Call 1-803-448-4345 DRAWER Cl 7O5 South Ocean Blvd. Myrtle Beach, South Carolina 29577 OJ» Worry Wi/loughby, Manager Hong Kong Street in Freeporl/Lucaya, Bahamas. Cornucopia of Shopping By Bob Buchwald FREEPORT/LUCAYA, 'Grand Bahama Island--Amass the four corners of the world into one central location for shopping, dining, and visiting, and you'll find that what you have is the International Bazaar in "The New World Riviera" known as Freeport/Lucaya. Here, among cobblestone streets and authentically reproduced architecture, are more than six dozen shops, restaurants and cafes designed and flavored with the style and imports of the countries they represent. Visitors enter the grounds of this "World's Fair" of s h o p p i n g through a huge, red Torii Gate--the oriental symbol of welcome and f r i e n d s h i p , and now Freeport/Lucaya's symbol of welcome. Once inside they cannot help but wonder which are the more popular imports among the thousands of · items on display. A-recent-visit to sample the wares of many of the shops on the 10-acre tract revealed the most popular purchases of the international shopper. If you have ever visited the Orient or know someone that has, you have heard of the custom-made clothing, the vast array of camera equipment, and the handmade teakwood furniture. At the Bazaar these goods can be found in the Oriental or Far East section. Custom-made Hong Kong tailored suits are available at the Hong Kong Tailor. The suit can be chosen from a wide variety of imported fabrics and will take ten days to two weeks to complete, depending on fittings, etc. Each is priced at $150. The Ching-Ching Shop has an eye- catching display of custom designed furniture, including the popular, intricately handcarved, seven-piece teakwood table. The table is available in several different fin- -ishes-and is-shipped direct to the 26mCHARLESTON.'W.VA. .customer from Hong Kong. A trip to the "Far East" usually includes a stop at the Ginza, the shop for camera equipment. Top camera choice, and the one most highly recommended by professional photographers, is Nikkon's Nikkormat. The shop carries the Olympus OM-1 and the Koica Au- thoreflex along with other popular brands and accessories. A r c h i t e c t u r e of the Bazaar changes as you turn a corner bringing you into the East Indian and African area. A big favorite here is the brass Bombay taxi-horn, and it's not unusual to hear the horn blare as someone tries it out at the Bombay Bazaar. The horn still in use on horse-drawn vehicles and motor cars in India, comes in several different sizes ranging in price from ?3.95 to $10.50. It makes an interesting souvenir, wall or table 'decoration, and, of course,.it could : be used to^o.dinner., June 6.1976, Sunday Gazette-Mail

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