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WHITE REALTY CO. VACATWIMIIS Phone II3/772411S P.O. lox 1004 Â·14/15M1I4 IV Alt CoK I 4Â£Sfefc Ocean FrMt " BY-THE-SEA MOTEL Crescent Beach Section MMM 103/272.35 12 EFFIC. 4 5 Bedroom Apts. on Ocean Front. TV. Cottages Second Row. Tile Baths. Air Cond. Some Fans. Mrs. Reba Brown, Mgr. WAND .NEW IN '74 CkfrryCnvflfiHi EAST WIND MOTEL "illi Avr. t Frill Si. NOKTN)IVIUEI[.l('H..S.-.2!(i82 ROOMS EFFIC. APTS. Air Cond. Heat. Pool. Wall to Wall Carpeting. Free Pier Fishing. Restaurant near. KEN PHYLLIS HARDIN Owners Managers Am* fefW **.... JAMAICA MOTOR INN tir C**4i!i* Â·Â·Â·'r *Â·""' IMiÂ»Â»lKiÂ«l-- TV P . 0. Â·Â»Â« 1 1 II. CrÂ«Â»f Ml Mwh $Â«. MtnHIIIU HKI. 1. C. Â»IU HÂ»Â«t(tOi) 272-5417 JSSSSff^ TIM-n-lMMNKMM! PboMl03-272-S9tl P.O.Iti2111NM)liSKtiN IHTÂ«IHITL[I[ICI,S.C.2Â»5I2 THOMAS REALTY CO. RIALISTATI Mw*el03/24M712 Wmif BOX 3236 fOÂ« FULLY thwrv GfOÂ« ifCrion Â·Â«miÂ»myiu(i.s.c. ns*2 SHI1NA REALTY COMPANY Off mm FrMl Rr KrM*rtmhiii)i .\*n fur Orfim I'ntnl A tn4 RUM d. P.O. llÂ«.\ M5 C.\HÂ«I JY\ Bl. Adi. .( . 2tll* Phom* 9 1 9/458-8373 and 158-5800 W. H. SHINV Realtor GRAND MOTEL Ocean front, modern rooms and apartments, air eond.. Color TV, Room Music, Large Pool, Private Patio, Daily Maid Service. GOLF.PRIVI-' LEGES, Next to Fishing Pier and. Tennis Courts Phone 803/249-1444 P.O. BOX 706-E Ocean Drive Sect. The Walkers, Owners-Mgrs. HÂ»THimTUtE)CI(.SC.2)5t2 Facing thÂ« Blue Atlantic SIR WALTER'S MOTEL Open f he Year Around Cherry Grove Section PHONE 803/249-2122 IOOHS, EFFICIENCY APTS, All CONMTIONED AÂ» HEAT, FISRIK JIM CNF , niVILEGES, TV, NEAR RESTAHAITS, SNOmNfi AND AMISEHENTS HEM- Â·W- ' Earl Cathleen Floyd, Owners, Box 3041 N. Myrtle Beach, S.C. 29582 SEA GULL MOTEL Â· WideBenrS Â· 1 2 Bedroom Efficiencies Â· Rooms Â· Â· Carpeting Throughout Â· Maid Service ON THE OCEAN FRONT Cherry GrovÂ« Section Â· TVinAIIUnils Â· Fully Air-Conditioned O Pool Kiddie Pool Â· Golf Privileges Â· Private Balconies Patios For Reservations Write: SEA GULL MOTEL Ml. A MRS. HOWMp UE, MOM. North Myrtle Rtath, S.C. 295t2 Phont103/249-2640 Directly On The Ocean Â· Large Swimming and Kiddie Pool 0) Deluxe Dining Rooms--Open to Public 0) Lounge and Live Music Â· Convention Facilities 0) Golf Privileges--10 Courses Â· Tennis Affiliation For further information- THE INTERNATIONALE INN Ocean Drive Section P. 0. Box 44-CG North Myrtle Beach, S. C. 29582 Pwne 803-249-1461 British Bothered by Tourists By Tom Lambert (C) 197-1. Ihf /.Â·* Time* LONDON - They are beginning to appear in larger numbers here these days, wearing backpacks and jeans or more smartly turned out, gawking at Big Ben and St. Paul's Cathedral. They are puzzling over the drinking hours, trampling through the art galleries and museums, catching the Hyde Park corner orators and the theater shows, talking in a Babel of tongues, poring anxiously over their maps. Last year, Britain was host to 8 million of them. The American contingent was smaller than usual; the West European was larger. And they spent here and with British air and other carriers a total of $2.1 billion. "It is more difficult to estimate how many tourists we will have this year -there are lots of imponderables such as the oil crisis, inflation, our difficulties earlier this year with the three- day week, that sort of thing, you know -- but we are hoping for 8.5 million who will spend some $2.4 million," a British Tourist Authority (BTA) spokesman said. The BTA, London's Tourist Board, the hoteliers and shopkeepers, the cab drivers and everyone else connected with the tourist industry are hoping fervently that more visitors will come to Britain this year. Putting it in the most crass commercial terms, Britain needs their money. And it also hopes that tourists returning home will be able to dispel the impressions gained in many places abroad -- from reports about Britain's continuing economic woes, its intermittent bomb blasts, London's mounting violent crime rate and various other troubles -that the country is going down the drain. But even as their country needs them, the British regard tourists with mixed emotions. Some eye the visitors kindly. The hoteliers and shopkeepers, less emotional, see them as customers. The con men weigh them as victims. And some Britons see tourists as menacing pests. The other day, Lord Henley, chairman of the Council for the Protection of Rural England, warned a conference gloomily of "the devastation that mass tourism can bring" to this country. The London Municipal Administration has been trying doggedly but unsuccessfully to clap-a hotel tax on tourists, obstensibly to help meet the city's increasing public transport and other costs and to divert visitors from the capital. The majority of tourists who come to Britain never leave London. This month's bulletin from London's tourist board says . despairingly, "Any day now we can expect the opening chords of the great annual chorus" of British complaint about foreign visitors here. "Tourists will be blamed for the crowded buses and tubes (subways), the congestion in the streets, the scarcity .of theater seats, the non- availability of taxis--in fact for just about every irrita- tion Londoners feel throughout the year." the bulletin predicted. Such compalints "betray a xenophobic resentment of foreigners," the bulletin noted accurately, as "some kind of menacing barbarian horde and a threat to our way of life." Britain should welcome tourists.the bulletin went on, because without them "bus services would be even further depleted, prices of facil- Â» Â· Â· Â· Â· * Â» Â· "*fjji* * * Â· WCM-DOOIOffl, ities would be further increased, nightclubs and restaurants would disappear, and many theaters would close down.". Although still .major tourist attractions, neither London nor Britain is the Mecaa it used to be. Food, hotel, shop, taxicab and theater prices generally are lower than, say, in Paris, but the days of London and Britain as a bargain have long gone. AIUNTK MMH. NX 11511 N*r IM itllt Cily. Hhmiv I l^ndiv tMlTnp.. I Â» R I. Â· Ell.c. Â· Color TV Â· Carp.ted Â· Air ^ond. Â· Playground . 0Â« Statin Hi --No no MU ft MNNM lOMnON, OWMtti MMtif/m-iiit imÂ»Â«Â»eÂ»inÂ«Â»Â«imi- IMOTE?' 0" BÂ«oullul Souni 10 WM Colvmbio !' WRIGHTSVILLE BEACH, N. C. 28480 Phon,-919/256-2914 ROOMS--APTS-COTTAGE AirCond.--TV--Private Pier MR. MRS. W. H. KELLY r. O Bo. 5Â°? O.wr. u - COLUMBUS MOTEL 252Ci|KieirlM C*riliiiletrM.C.284!g Runs Â·Mi Uilinnial Break liM^dhlr l'Â«l- Â·rlV 0 Air anil. Â·Onmir filr Kalhs Â·Swiwniiit Poul Rinds Irtm Orrin. Pete t Florence Morris Phone 919/458-5281 Oceanana Family Resort Motel A Family Wonderland OCIANFIOMT ATUÂ«TICMACH / II.C. Â· No traffic noise or danger 0) Modern luxurious Double beds 0) Rooms and 2 A. Q r/v^nn. Ante ai\ DA**AIVHH* ^m, CÂ»Â» Â«JÂ«LuA mmÂ«i'n Ur^nLi^r* Â· Jh* O_r. ^. 3 room Aots. 0) Restaurant Â· Free deluxe patio breakfast /OJ'Private beach 0) Deluxe swimming poo! 0) Refrigerator in every room 0) 3 playgrounds 0) Daily refreshments'!) Family party twice a week 0) Fishing pier grill 0) Special attention to children f) Lifegua rds Â· Over 100 special services with no extra charge, plus we are cheaper than other front motels which makes the OCEANANA more than reasonable 0) Phone us for homeward gas assurance. (919) 726-4111. Â· Â· Â· Â· Â· ' . . ATLANTIC BEACH, N.C. 285.12 One of Atlantic Beach's Finest HOLLOWELL'S MOTEL Centrally located, near all Fishing Piers, Amusement Center and Restaurants .. .NEW SWIMMING POOL .:. all Â· Units wall-to-wall carpeting ... 1 2 Room Kitchenettes. ... Bridal Suit*... Connecting Family Units.Â·Â·'.. Rooms.: . Cottages... Air Conditioned... Electric Heat... Room .TV (some with color) . "ITCOSTNIMKtOSTATATIKIiST" ftfirnnilitBi. ih MbwdL fCoJUi lit AlitJrik lii*. M."c. British nerd tourists, Inifiview them with'ifritalion: iomie Jean Nutter 52 Carolina Ave. Drawer E MOTOR LODGE Â· .Â· ....-.-..-. Carolina Beach NJC. Phone (919) 458-'83"k OCEAN'FRONT Air Conditioned Master Charge Swimming Pool FreeGolf Efficiencies '/2 block from Boardwalk and Marina ' ' JUNE 1ST. THRU LABOR DAY : Â« v per week * per night EfficienCT, 2 people Rooms, people , ; .