Panama City News-Herald from Panama City, Florida on September 15, 1973 · Page 24
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Panama City News-Herald from Panama City, Florida · Page 24

Panama City, Florida
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Saturday, September 15, 1973
Page 24
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Pago 8 Swim Club Being Pushed The plans for the new recreational facility sponsored by the Panama City Swim Club, Inc., have been modified to include the addition of two more doubles tennis courts. This means that the facility will contain six all-weather surfaced doubles courts when it is completed. This is big news for the tennis enthusiasts in the Bay County area who are interested in becoming members of this facility. Six all-weather surfaced and fenced doubles tennis courts make this a first-class tennis club in addition to all the other activities to be offered. The facility still stresses "total family recreation" with something for every member of the family. The central attraction will be the olympic-sized L-shaped pool with high and low diving boards. Also included in the swimming area will be a large separately fenced wading pool for the small children. In addition to the swimming pool and tennis courts, there will be volleyball, horseshoe pits. Midgets Busy Gulf Coast's Midget Football League is under way at Pete Edwards Field, with everything point to a fine pennant race in both midget and pee wee divisions. Bears Hunted The bear hunting season in the Apalachicola National Forest and the statewide archery season are open. Both will close Sept. 30. PROUD ANGLER — Orville Sizemore displays some prize bass he caught in Lake Wimico, with two-tone creme worms. shuffleboard and a shaded picnic area. Future expansion plans call for construction of a clubhouse. Membership in the club will be limited to a maximum of 300 families. Initial membership fee is $300, which is scheduled to increase to $400 when the facility is open. It should be stressed that this is a resalable membership. If a member leaves the club, it can be sold to another family waiting to join in accordance with club regulations at the price of the membership at that time. All interested in becoming a member while the membership fee is still $300 may contact Mary Lou Frassmann at 785-1640 or Lyn Dorsch at 763-6982 for further information. FURNISHED MODELS OPEN HorizonSouth V ^CONDOMINIUM CONDOMINIUM The most impressive deveiopment on tlie beach DieM IHMVE or mnON HOME PRECONSTRUaiON PRICES FROM $16,950 (limiled time only) Choose from lovely ... ONE STORY VILLAS TWO STORY TOWNHOUSES HORIZON SOUTH is directly on the fabulous Miracle Strip on 30 acres of beautiful park­ like grounds overlooking the saphire blue' waters of the Gulf of f\/lexico. FABULOUS RECREATION • Heated swimming • Arts and crafts Central Heat and Air cond. • Deluxe electric kitchens pools • Sauna Baths • Card room • Billiard room • Ballroom • Table tennis • Health club • Snack bar • Pool cabana • Shuffleboard • Wall to wall carpet •Frost-free - refrig- (vinyl in bath and Your peace of mind is assured by 'round the clock security controlled entrances on U.S. Highway 98 and State Highway 30 IBacIt Beach Road). kitchen) > Private sundecks > Carport • Dishwasher • Range and oven • Disposal HORIZON SOUTH CONDOMINIUM has been meticulously planned to feature wide, paved, landscaped boulevards . . . limited access entrances with security guards . . . Central water and sewer ... and walk-to shopping offering everything you need for daily leisure • Garbage compactor living. YOU ARE CLOSE TO EVERYTHING YOU'LL EVER NEED WHEN YOU CHOOSE HORIZON SOUTH" OmaiY ON THE MIRACLE STRIP! Look for the big Horizon South Signs on Back Beach Road (SR 30) ahd Highway 98. Phone. (904) 234 6633 Horizon South P. O, Drawer 9480 Panama Cily Beach, Florirla 32401 Please send me your brochure ami lull inlormiilioii on llori/on South Con' clomimums. Cly stole Zip HORI/ON SOUTH IS ANOTHER PROJECT OF FLORIDA UNlVtRSAI flNANCIAl CORPORATION

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