Panama City News-Herald from Panama City, Florida on September 15, 1973 · Page 21
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Panama City News-Herald from Panama City, Florida · Page 21

Panama City, Florida
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Saturday, September 15, 1973
Page 21
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BIRMINGHAM VISITOR - Kathy Smith, Birmingham, Ala., resident, enjoys a visit to the Miracle Strip. Husband -Wife Mat Duel Set A husband-wife tag La^jer, and Norvell team wrestling scrap is slated for Sunday night at Rainbow Garden, with Greg and Bobbie Peterson wrestling Rock and Pam Riddle. Sweet Daddy Matts, 400-pound plus, will face Rocket Monroe in one of the other matches. Frank Dalton will wrestle Steve Austin will take on Bad Boy Hines. Action starts at 8:30. Scuba Diving A scuba diving class will begin Sept. 17. Those interested may sign up at C&G. Seatood 'ipt 'Cioliiing In RESTAURANT Op«.i A M To V P M ; Dor. Phone f ot Toke Out Ord»r . 785-2952 4420 W HWY 98 Cfer U RESTAURANT CNkUill ond Draft BMr Phone: 234-3312 12709 W. Hwy. 98 PANAMA CITY BEACH Vi mile west of county pier Many Changes In Fish li/leet Changes in leadership have been fast and furious in the News-Herald Silver Trophy fishing tournament. The current leaders , are: Sailflsh —D. L. Melvin, Pinson, Ala., five pounds; jack crevalle-Chuck Youngdale, Panama City, 28-8; Diane Ward, Dayton, 0., 31; shark-Danny Thornton, Panama City, 274. King mackerel — Diane Gill, Lilburn, Ga., 28; Marshall Goode, Hillsborough, Ala., 30-8; Youngdale 29-4; barracuda-Larry A. Seale, Hackelburg, Ala., 36; Lee R. Jaffe, Greenwood, S.C., 31; Danny Thornton, Panama City, 21-8. Bonita-Norma Watford, Panama City, 16-14; Edward Brooks, Buena Vista, Ga., 9-5; ling-Roger Johnson, Panama City, 72; James Moody, Smith's, Ala., 51; Calvin Tatum, Atlanta, 49. ~ Amberjack — Tom Pitts, Macon, Ga., 19; triggerfish — Youngdale 10-6; A. R. Hutchison, Panama City, 9-2 and 9; red grouper — W. R. Clark, Knoxville, 30; Thomas Still, Panama City, 28; Frances Grooms, Macon, Ga. — 27; redfish —Elmo Capo, Marathon, Fla.,6,4and 3-10. Speckled trout — Rodney Hale, Panama City, 3; Willard Ray, Panama City, 2-13; Roy Martin, Panama City, 5-5; black bass — Sammy Dasher, Panama City, 11; George Riley, Panama City, 10-4 and 9-12; bream — James Lee, Panama City, 1-6; Jack Stewart, Panama City, 1-1; Joseph Bodecker, Panama City, 1. Speckled perch — Edward Higgins, Panama City, 1-9; Carl Cummings, Panama City, 1-3; John Jeremiah, Panama City, 1-1; shellcracker — Joe Roche,Panama City, 1-11; James C o a x w e 11, Pensacola, 1-6; Tommy Riley, Panama City, 1-6. The contest r- u n s through Oct. 14. Qualifies Kenneth Greenberh has become the sixth I'unner to qualify for the Tyndall base gym's 100 Mile Club. Page 5 WHO SAID IT'S HOT? — Susannah Taylor cools off under a shower at Mexico Beach and stays and stays and stays. Susannah, age 8, and her parents are visiting from Deland, Fla. Pin Interest Bowling activity is at a high peak for the fall and winter season at Bowlarama. Several new leagues Is Keen Here have been organized. One of the most enthusiastic is a league for retirees and other senior citizens. FEATURING MACK WHITE IN THE LOUNGE WED.. THUR9.. FRI. & SAT. THOMAS DR. PANAMA CITY REACH HOLIDAY LODGE 112 Rooms & Kitchenettes COCKTAIL LOUNGE PRIVATE BOAT DOCKING DEEP SEA FISHING FLEET AT YOUR DOOR PANAMA CITYS COMPLETE RESORT |6400 WjHWY^^3^114

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