Panama City News-Herald from Panama City, Florida on June 22, 1974 · Page 23
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Panama City News-Herald from Panama City, Florida · Page 23

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FUN IN SUNSHINE-Visiting at St. Andrew's State Park, Connie and Jody Smith of Valdosta, Ga., and Barbara Butler and Pam and Margaret Childers enjoy a game of ball in the sunshine. Mi BEACH VISITOR — Colleen Collins, 17, of Sylacauga, Ala., is just one of the beautiful visitors the local beaches host during the summer months. "Gome Fly With Me" For Pleasure Taxi Charter Photo Doug Mitchell -Pilot 20 Yean Experience Redi-Copttrs, Ine. County Pitr * 234-3231 Race Officials Put Bounty On Mike Nixon Page Seven Mike Nixon of Panama City is one of the top competitors at Beaches Speedway this season and for the last four weeks he has won every feature race in the bomber class. Officials of the Speedway, John Roper, Robert Barker and Charles Skipper, have offered a $25 bounty in addition to the prize money to the driver in the 'bomber class who can outmatch the ace Sunday night. Time trials in both classes will begin at 6 p.m. and the first race starts at 7:30. Drivers in the bomber class have already given the word they are going to collect that bounty on Nixon this Sunday. Ken Boyd, Bill Comer and Buford Suggs have each stated they can get the job done, but Nixon says he'll put every ounce of horsepower to the asphalt to keep his title. Nixon drives, a 1966 Pontiac GTO and manages to find a groove in the track to take him to victory each week. The competition has been very stiff and the races usually are neck and neck to the finish. When not behind the wheel of his orange. ••Goat", the lead-footed BLUE DOLPHIN Ph. 769-3226 OPEN 11 til 11 til SPECIAL SEAFOOD PLATTER SCALLOPS . OYSTERS . SHRIMP . DEVILED CRAB. SCAMP d* , llOK 1- ()f I'l.lllU lu -.Scd Sc. I. Hi $950 FROSTY DRAUGHT BEER CHILLED CARAFES OF WINE ace works with Southern Bell Telephone Company. Two of his greatest fans are his wife Sandra and his daughter Maguel. Some new cars have just recently been completed and have been keeping fans on the edges of their seats battling for first place in the spectator class. Stan Warren introduced his '64 Chevelle, driven by Howard Turner, to the asphalt last week in an attempt to take first place from Donnie Hardy of Elga, Ala. Hardy's '64 Chevelle took the checkerd flag again but Warren has said as soon as the bugs are out of his new machine he'll give Hardy a run for his money. J.D. Lewis has sent word that the fans can expect him to be here Sunday night from Chipley with his 289 Ford to collect the spectator purse for himself. He says his Ford will take on any Chevy at the track and if they run they'll have to be ready to eat dust. Gates will open at 5 p.m. BOUNTY ON HIM — Mike Nixon has been so successful in bomber class racing, officials have offered a bounty on anyone who can beat him. NAUTICAL CIFTS JEWELRY CANDIES PLAQUES PAINTINGS FIGUREHEADS A Horizon^ ou th THE MOST FOR YOUR MONEY.... COMPARE TWO AND THREE BEDROOM TOWNHOUSES AND SINGLE STORY ONE BEDROOM VILLAS «OM *21,114 5% DOWN UNTIL CLOSING FINANCING AVAILABLE IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY SEE BEAUTIFUL FURNISHED MODELS AND THE NEW CLUBHOUSE, NEW TENNIS COURTS & SHUFFLE BOARD COURTS -FULL COMPLIMENTS OF AMENITIES* ON U.S. 98 1/2 MILE WEST of 79 or on Back Beach Rd. (30-A) FOR INFORMATION: HORIZON SOUTH DRAWER 9480 PANAMA CITY BEACH, FLA. 32401 234-6663 THE NEW RESIDENTIAL - RESORT COMMUNITY ^MJHTGUJLMJ^

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