Panama City News-Herald from Panama City, Florida on June 27, 1975 · Page 31
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UieEkeniJer NKWS-UKKAM), Pananm City, Flu., Kridiiy, Junf 27,1U75 Page30 FUN IN SURF — Donna Pilcher, Birmingham, Ala., left, joins four Panama City misses in a splash in the gulf here. The others, from left, are Sue Wills, Susan Beaty, Diane Pitts and Sandy Peterson. About Our Advertisers Here is a rundown on what you can expect from our Weekender advertisers: TACKLE BOX — Fishing and beach supplies at reasonable rates. AL AND GLENN'S - The best family dinner prices on the beach. LA TIARA DISCOUNT WIGS — The latest fashion in wigs, with the largest selection available. HALF-HITCH - Complete line of fishing equipment and custom rods. ANGELO'S STEAK PIT Nationally famous. Visit the Long Horn Saloon. ; NATIONAL BEAUTY AIDS T~ You'll find some of the most fantastic sales items in history. FREDDY'S GOLF — A complete line of golf equipment at discount prices. ; GULF CAFETERIA — Famous for our roast beef and homemade dessert. BAY NATIONAL BANTi — This is a full service bank that lives up to Its slogan, "TlieOnlv Bank You'll Ever Need". SUNSHINE GROCERY — "Sunshine" Lewis and his capable and courteous staff are always ready to serve you. Get the Sunshine habit. PIER TACKLE AND GIFT SHOP - Fishing tackle for sale Gator Growl Ms Coming Up : Bobby Carswell reminds ;University of Florida supporters of the Gator Growl jhat will be held next month, 'when Head Coach Doug Dickey will attend. A football with which the Atlanta Falcons beat Green Bay last year, and which was donated by Johnny James, will he gi ven away as a door prize. SEEK BOOKS Language teachers in the Bay County School system are appealing for help in securing language books from Vietnam .: in order to study in preparation ' for Vietnamese students who are entering the school system. Books of any kind are welcome as teachers will use them to study in preparation for the fall school term. Anyone having such books are requested to contact Nathaniel Mack at 785-2744. The boss told our salesmen he's having a fire sale — either sell something or get fired. FIELD'S PLAZA Panama City Beach's Most Exciting Shopping Center! ir FIELD'S GIFT WORLD * GEHERAL STORE * WORLD OF T-SHIRTS * DAD 'H' LAD 12700 W. HWY 98 and rent, beach supplies, bait. SPINNAKER - A great Sunday buffet. You can cat and catch some sun at the same time. MIRACLE STRIP AMUSE.MENT PARK — .Jmt for the fun.' Take the whole family for an outing you'll never forget. GRANT'S SKILLET —This is the place to take the whole family for delicious meals that are kind on your budget. Special menus every day. .MINI-MALL — It's unusual! COOK'S LOBSTER HOUSE —We are the seafood specialist. LU'S PIZZA PATCH — The best lasagna in town. SOUTHEAST BEACH STATE BANK — A maximum bank. COOK-WHITEHE.AD FORI) — You can rent a lu.\urious Ford for $7 a day and seven cents a mile. SIGNAL HILL COUNTRY CLUB — There's nothing like a round of golf on this iM -autiful and challenging course to relax you. REDI-COPTERS, INC. Doug .Mitchell invites you to see the World's .Ylost Beautiful Beaches from the air. PANAMA CITY COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO.MPANY They're still serving that delicious Coca-Cola that makes any pause the pause that refreshes. WIENER KING — Worlds greatest hot dog. On the beach' too! HOUSE OF CHINA RESTAURANT - We devote ourselves to your dining excellence. THE PARADISE — Same location for 2.3 years. THE CAROUSEL — Charlie Lahan invites you to visit him. CAPTAIN REDD'S —Tr\ our "Hurricane" in the captain's quarters. ALVIN'S — Eleven stores for .\our e\ery \-aeation need. CEDAR VILLAGE Featuring Hillcraft Ceramics, Warehouse Eight-Hobbies, Shuckum's Oyster Pub, Ed's Rock Shop, .Vlarti's Pot Pourri, Inc., and .Mania's Bits and Beauty Fete Set July 12 The 1975 .Mi.ss Panama L'lty beauty pageant will be presented by the Jaycees Saturday, July 12, at .Municipal Auditorium. The theme thi.s year will be "A Beautiful Potpourri". The current Mi.ss Panama City, Jennifer Kirkland, i.s in Orlando.this week for the .Mi.ss Florida pageant that ends Saturday night. Pieces. DAIRY QUEEN — Ihui' fried the Dairy Queen's now a 11 - h e e f ha ni burgers? HORIZON SOUTH — Enjoy luxury living. You desen e it! SEAFARE — Fresh seafood, steaks, prime ril)s. We cook for you like we do for our family. COMMERCIAL HANK Panama City's friendly full service bank. EBRD DOG TRACK - (Jreyhounds racing nightly except Sunday plus Saturday afternoon and holiday matinees. GIBSON'S — Just iilMuit everyting you and your family will need under one roof. git)son's savings on the highest quality merchandise will amaze vou. HEARTH \' (iARDEN Fine food and eocktails in a European atmosphere. GULF CAFETERIA — Famous for our roast l)eef and homemade dessert. GOURMETS PAVnn Imported beers and wines, plus juskt everything in gounnel foods. (JANDV & SONS — A seafood superette. Fish packed and shipped anywhere. CO.MMERdAL BANK - .S<'rving Bay County and this entire area for many years. FIELD'S PLAZ.A — Pananut City Beach's most exciting shopping center. BELL TACKLE - The fishing information center. SILVER SANDS COIN CLlB — Great coin e\hil)it. Free admission. BREAKERS - Finekst dining and entertainment on the l)each. Overlooking the gulf. ALLEN'S SEAFOOD RESTAURANT - Oysters on the half shell the year round. WORLDS GREATEST HOT DOG BEAT THE HUNGRIES 2 LOCATIONS PANAMA CITY PANAMA CITY BEACH (1/2 MILE WEST OF COUNTY PIER)" WIENER-KING 4018 W. HWY. 98 769-3062 WIENER KING 13620 W. HWY. 392-A....234-9538 Gopher Derby Scheduled By Lions Club For July 4 That hair iaisin<;, daz/lin^. suiMT .s|)(H'(i event is just ;u'ouii(l lliecornt 'j'. W'tiicli means the Panama City Lions rluh is Kcttiufi icidy to stage its annual go|)h('r derby July 4. The cierby, popul.-ui.v called the International 600 (inches), uill be held in front of \V,JHG-TV television .station froinni 9 to 11 a.m. .More than ilOO gophers have Ix'en entered, and more are ex |)ectL 'd. Everyone inay enter a gopher- by piiltinf,' up the $10 enti y fee. The Lions club will l)ro\-icle the fioplicr. Dick llosea, in chaij,'i' of the classic, said judges .ire nou being selected. The r.ice will he run in heats, ultti the winner of each lieat earning the right to nin. TACKLE BOX "OUR CIGAR MINNOWS HANG IN THERE" OPEN 7 DAYS 4204 W. 23RD ST. RICH & LIZ LEWIS RF^L VXIN(i—Two Birnnnghiim, .Via., visitors, Suzie K\ans, left, and .Molrtle Bodic, pose lor the pliotoj^raptT a( (iic couiily pier al Paiiiima City A t The Theatres Merc is wtiat's playinp on the local screens this weekend: M.AKTI.N THKATRK. Race With The Devil. Petei- Fonda and Warren Gates. They witno.s.sed an uns|x'akable act. Tickets are now on sale for the first performance of Part Two, Walkinj: Tall July 4. Guaranteed seating. CAPRI THKATHK: Jaws. The terrif\in<j motion picture from the teiTifN 'iuf; 1 best seller. FLORIDA THKATKK: The Towering Inferno, Paul Newman and St(>ve McQueen. One of the best nuAies of the decade. I)()\\NT()\N .\ TJIKATRK: Beach Track To Have Races Sloc-k car i-aciny will be held .Saturday nij^'ht a I I3eaches S[)eedway, with a lai'ue field of competitors. Time trials will begin at ti [).m.. with tlie first of six laces starting at 8. There will he racing in the mini stock class and also the limited sportsman class. Registration Of Boats Due Donnell Brookins, I^ay counts' tax collector, has i.ssued a reminder that June 'An is the deadline to ha\e boat I 'egisti'ations renewed. Old Yeller-. with Dorothy McGuire arid Fe.ss Parker. A fireat Fiv)ntiei'adventui-e. Also The Incredible .Journey, a great wildoi'ncss adventuie. ISLK OF- VIKW THKATRK: The Sting, starring Robert Redford, Paul NeurTian and Robert Shnw, Al.so .Joe Kidd. with Clint Kastwood. (il I,F THEATRK: Two impresting uKJtion iiicturos. Come and Huddle With the Clieerleaders and L'nside .Amy. Both are lated R. EVERY SAT. NIGHT 8 P.M, TIME TRIALS 6 P.M. 6 BIG RACES •NEW MINI STOCK RACING •LIMITED SPORTSMAN CLASS WATCH FOR FIRST ANNUAL CUSTOM CAR AND ANTIQUE CAR SHOW - 4TH OF JULY WEEKEND •X- FEATURING DRIVER OF THE WEEK BUFORD SUGGS Lu's Pizza Patch <'THE BEST USAGNA IN TOWN" 'The Square Meal Thats Round Open 6:30 A.M. coffee fefiMs t'ee BREAKFAST; All kinds of omelets waffles, Hot cokes Specializing in Pizzas and Spaghetti with Delicious Meat Sauce Complete Sandwich Menu Stocked Roost Beef and Horn [TAKE OUT ORDERS 234- 3225 12705 W. 98 VTOVKE lOSMCIME BATTUOFTHE BUCK, MAYBE OUR mCU niNE« PROCRAM CM HELD MINI MALL 442 GRACE AVE. DOWNTOWN , AB ^OU iCikf lit • Carnage Lane ,1 "A UNIQUE SPECIALTY SHOPPING CENTER" porthole You -slKJuldn't work your head off making money only to have it cause more prohlem.s than it solves. Yet that's how It works for many people these days. A viciou.s circle of making more money which causes new problems which only more money can solve. As a result, you probably spend more time worrying about money than anything else. Mavbe if \ou knew more about managing your money, you wouldn't find your money managing you. That's why we just published a series of Persorwl .iloiwy Munai ;i 'i>icnl' booklets. They're all abi)Ut you and your money. How to spend it, sase it, borrow' it, invest it. and most of all manage it so you get the most out of your mcome. •These booklets have titles like: How to Reduce your Food Bill. How to Use your Checking Account. How to Save Money. How to Handle Credit. How to Build Financial -Security. And many more. We'd like you to read these booklets and find out how much help they can be. They're yours free. Just come in and pick up the ones which interest you. Maybe with a little help from our money management booklets, you'll have more time to think about living. And money will be less of a problem and more of a solution. BAY NATIONAL BANK & TRUST . —THE BAY NATIONAL BANK & TRUST CO-JENKS AVE & W 5TH ST AY NATIONAL'S FACILITY BANK AT TYNDALL AIR FORCE BASE THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK 2^11 W FIFTEENTH ST MEMBERS FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORP.

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