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RIDGEWOODx
HOTEL
& GRILL
Recommended by Duncan Hines
On U. S. Roule No. 1 In Daytona Beach Phone 7611

Welcome Connoisseurs of ine Footd

TRAIL TAVERN
OF ORMOND AND MIAMI
famous New Orleans 11 you can get it in New Orleans
Lnel Speciallzmq .n -you can got at the TRAIL
TAVERN
* THE BEST SEA FOODS BAR-PACKAGE GOODS
THE FIEST CREOLE On 7 L" 1 v 2 00 A.
COOKING BAST rnMl o .,h t DI Ato .
i CHICKEN IN BASKET U S Roule I


OPEN FOR THE SEASON


OPEN FOR THE SEASON
the beautiful

OCEAN ROOM
Dancing and Entertainment Nightly
ARTHUR MURRAY'S CHAMPAGNE INTERLUDE *
Every Wednesday Nighl
For a Gala Evening of Fun

The VILLAGE BARN

V lPiA Ni hr- No Cover
E .ry Fr dy' No Minimun
I. :.ney--Prizes At Anvunme


SHERATON PLAZA HOTEL


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Sigrid's Beauty Salon
.(1h'll "1- I walr ,] D1 ,-thun c'l.Ir,rig to d,,cremnar.ny 1or, n 0 ar d

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-Featuring
L. Miller

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..... ... Dr. Posner
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S. ..304 Seabreze Blvd.


'1IIII!,I'; + ----~-------Y

A n iiq s . . Bought and Sold
Furniture Silver China Glass
Storage for Household Goods ,
Long Distance lMoing Tel. STORAGE 6 SALES
Crating . .Packing 6212 .
Shipping








BONAMI
Importer
Tormraly of Ornond Beach)
Sportswear Lingerie
e Fine Linen
SHERATON PLAZA SOUTH ABCADE
Phone 4711


Proleuional Cue For Your Hai Skin
and Naila
HOLLY HILL
Beauty & Barber Shop
All Melhods of Permanenl Waving
S Ai Reasonable Prices
6251A Ridqewood Ave. Holly Hill
S DIAL 7208


Olympic Contenders To Be Featured in A.A.U.
Swimming and Diving Meet

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Stor5 -n Page I


-Phn.o b, I.mm% R. ce, i


COMMERCIAL BANK PIER HOTEL
AT DAYTONA BEACH On the Ocean at Main St.
MEMBER OF FEDERAL DEPOSIT All Rooms Newly Decorated
INSURANCE CORPORATION Reasonable Rates
126 VOLUSIA AVE. DIAL s877 Ruth Landin. Mgr. Ph. 3962

DAYTONA BEACH WEEKLY GUIDE
VOL. 2 MARCH 28, 1948 NO. 18


Published and Distributed FREE every Saturday, through the Hotel. Chamber of Commerce.
Ocean Front Cottages. Recreation Dept. and the Advertisera throughout the City.


The Officially Approved Guide for Visitors Since 1946
Connie Boiling, AdvemtMng Mgr. Jack Boiling. Publiher
204 South Atlantic Ave. Daytoa Beach Fa. Dial 4605
PUBLISHED WEEKLY-READ DAILY


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Ibte colll tat another Laster Sunday a year
from now will still see those same family
units walking our city streets together at
Peace with themselves and with their neigh-
bors across the seas.


THE CHEF'S GRILL
For-' Thi.e Who Demand the Finest"
STEAKS SEAFOOD
SPECIAL DINNERS
Serlrig Prom 7:00 A.M. to 10:00 P.M.
I..r.- J Pen.: lRidgewood and Ninth
S.....-.. ,ger Holly Hill, Fla.
0-S-- *UU.---.-I*1

For Finer Jewelry


Inc.
E ". ELERS SILVERSMITHS
250 S. Beach St. Dial 9514
Tom Cook. President and Manager

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SALT WATER TAFFY I
FftALlES HOME MADE FUDGE
MARMALADS ELLIES PECAN ROLLS

Brown's Sweet Shop
1013 Main Street
Under Seaside Inn

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SIn DAYTONA BEACH it's


STheCakeBox
S 720 Main Street
for
Birthday and Wedding Cakes


Beauty StudiO Shampoo and Set 1.50 up
Manicure ............. 1.00 up
by member. of our staff
Soft Rainwater Used For Shampooing
815 N. Grandview Ave. Near Seabreeze Blvd. Dial 7531













-- 1. (t-,-;a a 3i 4 tSaw
Bostonian
X Ray Fitting Dial 4154


SWe Serre You-Aron d ihe Clock

SKEEWPIE'S
DRIVE-IN
Th e Only One ol Its Kind In Diayona Btch
For Better Food at Less Money
We Dare You-Try Us
600 N. A1 dewood Ave



Lester Mfg. Co.
316 SOUTH BEACH ST.

Chenille Products
Retanled at Wholesale Prices
Dress Material and Olher Textiles



OASIS
Coffee Shop
CLEAN WHOLESOME FOOD
"We Excel in Fried Chicken"
Curb Service Fountain
Open Daily 7:30 A.M. to Midnight
1410 Ridgewood Ave. Holly Hill


FURNITURE-A FINE ART




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"SUNNYSIDE"
Before You Leave
Before You Leave


M ESSE R'S "From Your Room to the Beach
MESSER' in Bathing Togs"
DINING ROOM g
"Home Cooked Food Served in OCEAN SHORE
Charming Home-Like Atmosphere"
Specializing in HOTEL
Chicken-in-the-Basket
e Waffles and Honey ON THE OCEAN FRONT
2006 S. Ridgewood Phone 7588 2 t P
006 RClodged Monday Phone 22 N. Atlantic Ave. Phone 3453
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Classification Leaders

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11 ,o. I J. -- ynolds (L- inton, Ky.) In

BONITO
h. Hlen Drummond (Maywood, N.
J.)-"Gy Wind."
5 lbI. 7 s.-Ienry Wayne (Syracuse, N. Y.)-
"COy Wind."
CHANNEL BASS
I. lb, 1. -, M. o ne (8k.oho.an,
I- Howard Bellevu (Dayton )
1George June. (Skowhcnb
So..-- rs Delbert Brook (i yto.)--D -

CREVALLE
1 lb. 15 ....-Mr.. George H. Cornelius (Indi-
napolis, Ind.)-Haulover aboard "Martha An..."

8 11,..12 on.-Mrs. R. W. Fi6bcher (Daytona)
3 IbH 7 B. Mr. R. W. Fleischer (Daytona)
2 lb.. 12 as.-.. n 1. Bollbach (Srooklyh,.
N. Y. C'aytona Boa iV.
I bs.--E. J. eynoJ s (Lexington, Ky.) -
nlet Harbor.












59 lbs. 4 o.s.--Ellenor C. WinDr (OMawod-.


FLOUNDER

KING MACKEREL
1 Ih. 8 ozs.--Mrs. alGeorhe Jo n, Jr. (han,er


Wy .-"'Gy `Wid."
II '"' .)d eleue (Daton)."












i Pd A. J. VilliesWd (Wbilmette,
',. Wi -: Delbertrook (ayton)-





















"G~ay Wind."


in Fishing Tourney

MAMN;NOI SNAPPER
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SHEEPSHEAII, h

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SNOOK

S lb. 13 ....-.Mr. Desert Brooks (D yt .)






-Cape Canaveatl.
SPECKLED PERCH
2 .R. E. Wiley (DaytonB )-St.
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lb .. ,. 12. -,... ( 2 ,
1 Ib. 14 .--Mr Ltti A. Ye in (ay-

TROUT
N'~'. Kb", l' (A d, N. Y.)-
51..' 1. J Be (O n ( ach kin.
SIb- lr e Grtill pie. ( Daytna) "an
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2 1W. Jack Arnold (Daytona B dch)-Flawler
I lb 1 as.- T Stu rga (Pitt urgh, Pa.)


Slb. i C- (State. Island.,





I rb r Madden (Da.ytona) 1nlet
Stbs. Toed mold, (Wa ton, O.) -oa rd na


Win- .M


Something NEW and DIFFERENT!
THE Liebman'S


Sand Dollar Grill Half and Larger Size
Open Daily 7:00 A.M. to 9:00 P.M. DRESSES COATS SUITS
Steaks SEAFOOD Chops Gotham Gold Stripe Hose
Lunches Packed for Fishing Parties 110 N. Bech St. Phne 600o
Inlet Harbor, South End of Atlan e. I 10 N. Beach St. Phone 600 .
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ASK YOURSELF
Each time you hammer in the nail to hang
a picture, ask yourself, "Does this really add
something of beauty or interest to my room?"
it's time we gave this thought antid sought
something tirnu!ating.

See
"SUNNYSIDE"
Before You Leave


ECOADWAY

Beauty Shop
,'slh.,r.,e IKijly) Davis
HELENE. CUijTiS PRODUCTS
711 Broadway Phone 8221


FINE SHOE REPAIRING
While You Wait or--
One Day Service

CNAMP9ri
I SHOE SHOP
107 Magnolia Ave.
Next to Montgomery-Ward

_- -" ------ ------
JOHNSON RADIO
G.E. Crosley R.C.A.
--SALES and SERVICE-
50 East -ranada* Ormond Beach
Phone 9872
615 Broadway Daytona Beach
Phone 7320

;jeofoocoasooaoaoaoQooo 0c oooi

S1lillh, rill

Opposite Hotel Ormond

Ov r. Dualy to02 ,1d., 6 1.: I:
Dial 5841

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Ralph's
Cocktail 4., y2
LOUNGE -..- ,A
154 E. Granada
Ormond Beach p4Cl" U!tf
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!SNOOK

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Snook are sometimes falsely called "sar-
gent on account of the pronounced black
stripe down the lateral line on its side. A
long bodied fish, the snook has a small head
in comparison with the rest of his body
with the forehead long and sloping. The
lower jaw is much longer than the upper.
The color varies with the different waters
from which they are taken. The back is a
blackish, greenish, gray with sides silver or
brownish silver and the belly white. The
fins are brown or black.
Primarily, a salt water fish but they are
often found in brackish water and some-
times in fresh water where they will hit
on black bass baits. They love to hang around
trees that are down in the water, snags and
especially around the pilings of bridges. They
are taken mostly at night fishing without a
sinker or bobbin and letting your live shrimp
work on top or just under the surface of
the water. They will also hit on plugs and
often are caught while trolling, usually just
at daylight or late at dusk.
Locally taken on the Tomoka trestle, Spruce
Creek trestle and better still at Cape Canav-
eral. When fishing around these places, they
usually try to go back under the piling right
after taking the bait and it is almost an
impossibility to hold the big ones out, so be
sure and take plenty of tackle as you will
more than likely need it. We have heard of
one fisherman having four outfits, rods in-
cluded, torn up on one trip.
Snook when taken on a casting outfit really
put up a mighty fine fight for besides hitting
hard they will jump out of the water at the
end of almost every run.
They usually average around three pounds
yet are sometimes caught around twenty
pounds. All the local snook fishermen are
always talking about the one they tied into
that would run forty pounds or better but


l I -r a rerrr
)yhen fried, I would suggest skinning and
ileling for you get all the crisp goodness
in this manner, although if you lile the skin,
they are equally delicious when it is left on.

TIDE CHART ON BEACH
Mar Low High
28 ... ........ 4:lp.... 10:39p
2 .. ....... 4:58p 11:28p
0 ......... ............... 5 :50p .. 12:1sa
8 .. ... :49p ..... 1:20e
APR.
1 .................. 7:55 .. 2:t10n
2 ... ... .... 8:57p ..... 3:15a
3 9:53p 4:27a
Inlet Tide approximately 1 1-2 hr. later than
beach; Port Orange-- hes. later; Ormond 6
hrn. later; Main St. Bridpe-- hrs. later.


Marine

Studios

Marineland

35 Miles North
on A-1-A








n,--petada dir.j
WtARD ARE


THE FISHING CENTER OF DAYTONA BEACH


Dagley's9Dock & Seafood Grill
Grill Open 12 to 2:00 P.M. 5 to 10:00 P.M. Grill Closed Thursdays
RIVER FISHING
Boats Bait Motors Tackle
9000 South Atlantic Ave. Phone County 2412









.FROM COAST TO CREST WHERE TO GO
A lecture with the tang of the Gulf a I
Ihe glory of the Rockies is the all-color fil.r .
"From Coast to Crest," to be presented I t U 't. .t' t
Alexander Sprunt, Jr.,.final national Auca,, .
bon Screen Tour for the season, at the Se a .' ." 1' ..t,,
breeze High School on April 3 at 8 P.M.
This film combines some of the most skill I .. ... ..
ful bird and scenic l -,..Ih a l ,ver taker. ,
augmented with at ,-.. t:I a.., mam; ... .
and insect material for variety. ''", ' 't-
On the Gulf Coast af Texas are sanctu- birds antnatutalt.,-' 'tI S. Na 1
arises of the National Audubon Society where to Tamoka Ave., in Ormona, turn Weat 41/,,
such species as the roseate spoonbill, Ameri- Riles to Park Entrance.
ORM-ND MEMORIAL ART GALLERY-Lhe
can and snowy egrets, black skimmers and message. Containing a
oyster-catchers find a haven. Showy in color I l .....aa,,,,a,. Malcolm Frnasier, the
and fascinating in habit, these and other ,'.b l kind b one artist in
birds are pictured as they live a protected each, opLsite Hotel
life in natural habitat. 'a -.- a a' ,
From Texas the film journey is inland to P1512 th hstoriON SPRINGS Dissovered in
tdat that h sdtorieh e a tat-ang nat-a at the
the land of the Navajos in Arizona. In a rate of 30 million .'.. water per day. 72
country of dense desert flowers with snow- degrees temperature year round. See th antiaque
capped mountains as a backdrop, Navajo Sugar Mill and Wheel Swimming and pienic
grounds on premises. Located at Ponce De Leon
Indians and their sheep eke out an exist- brings Hotel, De Leon Sprilngs, Fla.--t8 miles.
ence. The collared lizard, the handsome SILVER PRtINGS-Near Ocala. FT, a. for
yellow princes plume, and the pink hedge- at-1. uncea wa at. glast
hog cactus are their neighbors. bottom boat nds ar t-res
tute-i, m.les.
The Grand Canyon is filmed in all its I.,'h.',",. Rout- AtA. Mysterious
grandeur as well as Monument Valley with t world, viewed from the
its "mittens," joshua trees and sandstones. ,I A natural for camera
ti t A.M. and 2:00 and 4:00
Along the Colorado River in Utah erosion, -
remnants in Arches National Monument form w-
statuesque columns and natural bridges. o ..
Through Colorado's Mesa Verde with its rI n, a ,
cliff palaces to Wyoming's Grand Tetons M F...,
the trip from coast to crest continues and at r, ..
Yellowstone it ends. Along the Lewis Riveral during the
are found moose and their calveandnd black I Have and Lak ale dal,
bears. At Yellowstone Lake yarrows are in Ra SPRINGd. miles.
bloom, fishermen line up on famous a;, :;., RAINBnW SPRINGS Underwater boat glid-
aing through schools of tropical fish, two mile
Bridge and mud geysers boil and ru in glass bottomed boats over aquatic gar-
In rapid succession: Canyon Village; dusk at dens andt fantasticaa rock formations. Located on
Inspiration Point; aU. S. Highways "41 and 19, four miles north on,
nspratio Point;an osprey wngtngn over Dannellon.
Yellowastone Falls; the griTTy bear; Artist SAINT .a-... aIt'aL- a Oldest Hlouae,
Point; Tower Falls; and buffalo at River- I .ah a Slave Sarket,
tide Geyser. a I famous nod-
All the way "From Coast to Crest," in one ta'a'!,-a.t .a.t- 'a '', a 'h he old
hour of colorful travel accompanied by an a'O
expert guide! An ideal way to travel, to a "a ,a preeont-,
learn the wonders of the nation's out-of- '- f tel
dan ij H ti, it-. Road-i a
doors, miles from Daytona Beach.


3c SAVE 3c IR & S Tailors
Per Gallon on Tested Gas FABRICS MEN'S WEAR
Distributors for Goodrich DRY GOODS
Dayton and Dunlop Tires
Useful and Beautiful
Buchanan Oil Co. Souvenirs
1628 S. Ridgewood So. Daytona
We Never Close 240 S. Beach St. Dial 8828




















ADVENTIST, Seventh Day-115 Cyerea, St.
H. S. Prenier; 9:30 A.M. Sat. Sabbath School,
Services 11 A.M.
iAi I-T .- lvary-Peninsula Drive & Earl
St. -. ., Bennett, Jr.; Sun. School 9:45
A.M., Srvices 11 A.M., 7:80 P.M.
HAPTIST, Firet-118 N. Palmetto, Rev. Lee
Nichols Sun. School 9:45 A.M., Services 8:30,
11 A.M., 7:30 P.M.
BAPTiit o4 ."b I Ave.--Sth & r'i, i
Holly ,I 0F I, :' A. Dobbs; Sun.
A.M., II % M 7.30 P.M.
BAPTIST, SEVENTH i"--t First Ave.,
Rev. J. W. Crofoot; . t '. ri (Saturday)
10:1 A.M.. Sabbath 'r I li '
CATHOLIC, St. Paul's--60 N. Ridgewood,
Father Win. J. Mullally; Masses 7, 9, 11 AM.
CHRISTIAN, First--26 S. Palmetto, Rev. E.
Barnett; Sun. School 10 A.M., Services 11 A.M.,
*:30 P.M.
CHRIST SCIENTIST-Live Oak & Palmetto.
Sun. School 11 A.M.



11 A.M.
IF'R' Oi i CH I. D -Orane & ld ood
I F Ic l i-. J. G. hirley; Sun.
EPISCOPAL, St. S ame B-Halifa Dr., COonold
Reach, Rev. G. M. Rutter; Morning Prayer 11
A.M.
F1P.'t -..' i|', T',_ N. Beach. Rev. John
Ds Ot 10 A.M., Services '1
A'.M ~ i- NI

5L 0 ;,.. 0 0,045 A.M., Oerv-
ice 11 A.M.. ..
JEWISH _.aFirt: 'I, '- ... & Daytona. oab.
hi Okoltc; '.I i in r., Services Friday
8 P.M., Sat. 8 A.M.
LUTHERAN, t ,.. J a Ridrewood
& Faicvieo, Rv. ".. se Hoi Sun. School
9:45 A.M., Servic i A
METHODIST, F B ..'o- -.- i .. Har
vey, Rev. LewiJ N il I -'u. r I i' A.M.,
'.I'i"i i.. r ie & Palmettoa. Rev.
U .-. i.L,-- ... z r I 90:46 A.M., Serv-




ice 11 A.M.
First Ave.;: .. ,, .i. Wed., Fri. 7:80 P.M.
Wed. 2:30 I ,M
TOURIST CHURCH-Wold Olive at Oakridoe,
Rev. John Ewter; Sun. School 9.45 A.M.,
Service 11 A.M.
UNION CHURCH-llth & Daytona, Rev. C. E.
Houck; Son. School 10 AM.. Service- A.M.
UNITY .ENTE R-Mary D. Buck, Minister;
Sun. 7:00 P.M. at Y.W.C.A., 044 S. Beach. Tues.
2i0 P.M., Thurs 7:30 PM at 128 Broadway
UNION CHURCH OP ORMOND e iverside
Drive. Doctor K. Juniper; Sun. School 9:45 A.M.,
Service 11 A.M.


Angell's Bakery

-W here Qualilt Is Paramount"
We Invite the Patronage of All
Who Appreciate Quality Products
214 Broadway
Phone' 477


CHITTER-CHATTER AT THE
COQUINA
Dr Ernest Miller of Milwaukee, Wis., was
the most recent winner at the weekly put-
ting contest at the Hotel with Dr. Edwin
Broyles of Baltimore, Md., as runner-up.
Mrs. C. Martin of New York claimed the
queen's crown and Mrs. Phillip Wickser of
New York placed second in the women's
event.
Mrs. Edgar Sheppard of Phila., Lucy
Leach of Sheridan, Wyo., Nancy Chapman
and sister, Julia, of Detr6it, and Mary Bo-
vard of The Coquina were a recent fishing
party aboard the "Gay Wind."
Mrs. B. F. Bernard, a guest at The Co-
quina, of Winston-Salem and Palm Beach,
was the lucky svinner of the station wagon
at the Everglades Club. The Thurmond
Chathams of Winston-Salem flew Mrs. Ber-
nard down to the Club to receive her prize.
They were accompanied by Mrs. Walter
Board.
"Miller, the Mystic," with his trained dogs-
gave a performance on Friday in the Lobby
of The Hotel.

EASTER SUNRISE SERVICE
At Bandshell, 6:15 A.M.
The \s,l tet. I Association of Daytona
Beach have planned their annual Easter Sun-
rise Service. Rev. Lewis N. Head is in
charge. The Sermon will be delivered by
Rev. Norman Bennett, Jr.; the Scripture
lesson by Rev. Oscar W. Houpt; Rev. Wil-
mer 0. Luttrell will give the Prayer and
Rev. Paul M. Edris will offer the Benedic-
tion. Music will be furnished by the com-
bined Church Choir0 and the City Youth
Orchestra has been invited to participate in
the service.


FIRST ATLANTIC

NATIONAL BANK
of Daytona Beach

Member of Federal Deposit
Insurance Corporation

Seabreeze Blvd.

9


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Shoe Shine Manic jri ,

Lloyd & Rosier's
Barber Shop
Cleaning and Pressing
While You Wait
Dial 4557
121 Volusia Ave. (Old Bus Station)



WATCH REPAIRING
by HARRY CONN
Crystal Fitting Bead Stringing
Ring Sizing Engraving
PROMPT SERVICE

Merrill's Jewelry
730 Main St. Peninsula Side



Air Route Realty Corp.
"Daytona's Leading Real Estate
Firmnn"
Jack Casselberry, Gen. Sales Manager
BEST BUYS IN ALL TYPES OF REAL
ESTATE AND BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
Contact Them at Air Route Bldg.
142 Orange Ave. Dial 3661




DRESSER'S Growers
520 Seabreeze Blvd. Packers
Dial 5272 Shippers
Oranges-Grapefruit-Tangerines
"Gensine Indian River
Tree Ripened Fruit"
Tempting Marmalades, Jellies, Honey,
Nuts-Attractively Boxed for
Personal Gifts



BOB'S

Tackle Shop
Specializing in
Shakespeare Fishing Tackle
Reel Repairs and Parts
42 N. Atlantic Ave. Phone 9664

10


THE FISHING

LINE

By BOB of BOUT'S TACKLE SHOP
42 N. Atlantic Ave.
Perhaps the best fishing this past week
wassat Haulover Canal with the best fishing
in the daytime. Several very large trout
were brought in as the present standings in
the fishing tourney will prove. However, it
seems that there were as many disappointed
fishermen as there were successful ones.
Several days there was too much current
Nil h %1' .. I ,' I .., f.r l c d
( d e ..... have .t *d
Fi-. c.., I ,.:,, rt.,,- t, -.- A 1. nd %I I .,-
er No. 42 Camp report plenty of one to
three pound trout and a few weighing over
five ponds hitting both live shrimp and
artificial baits.
At New Smyrna plenty of trout and blue-
fish were hitting all week. The blues seem
to be going for the yellow Johnny Marsh bait.
At the Inlet, trout, blues, sheepshead, whit-
ing and pan fish are hitting. Ralph Arnold
made a catch. of 15 trout near the mouth of
Spruce Creek--these fish being caught on
live shrimp. From the Inlet Harbor Dock
catches of blues whiting, drum and pan fish
are hitting.
In the Port Orange Area, trout, blues,
small bass and drum have been biting.
Fishing near Half Dollar Island, Leon
Hurd made two very nice catches of trout and
blues. These fish were caught on artificial
bait.
In the surf, blues and whiting were hit-
tins when the water was clear.
From the Ocean Pier, large whiting, blues,
drum and trout have been caught during the
past week. Similar catches were made from
the Flagler Pier.
A few trout were hitting in Foxes Cut
and in the canal near Marineland.
Banana Creek claims small trout hitting.
There hasn't been i,.,l tirc definite from the
Cape, except that ir i.- l.or..l in quite a lot
near the Pier.
The deep sea boats have been doing quite
a bit of fishing and report snapper, grouper,
rock bass plentiful, and kingfish, bonito and
tacks showing up.
Mr. Robert S. Harrison and Mr. Al King
of Ocean City, N. J., decided to try their
.luck and the "Buccaneer" didn't let them
down for when she docked she had aboard
50 bass and 4 grouper. Other catches report-
ed: Saturda-"Phvllis-K," snapper, group-
er, bass; "Gay Wind," 18 snapper and
grouper, also plenty of rock bass; 'N d-.
snapper, grouper and bass. Sunday- P.laI-,
K." 3 kingfish, 9 red and 1 mangrove snap-
rer. 3 grouper and plenty bass; "Gay Wind,"
8 snapper, 1 kingfish, I grouper and plenty
bass; "Nydia," 12 snapper, 5 grouper, als9
bass.



















CALENDAR OF EVENTS
Mar. 26-29-First Annual Florida East
Coast Junior Tennis Championships. Halifak
Tennis Courts, City Island.
Mar. 28-Easter Sunrise Service, 6:15
a.m., Bandshell.
Mar. 28-Rochester vs. Columbus, O. Base-
ball Game. Ball Park.
Mar. 28 thru Apr. 4-Sixteenth Annual
Exhibit of the Daytona Beach Art League,
Art Centre ]h...I,,. 43t S. Palmetto Ave.
Open 2 to 5 PV F I ..1
Mar. 29-Rochester vs. Columbus, O. Base-
ball Game. Ball Park.
Apr. 1-Rochester vs. Jersey City, Base-
ball Game. City Island Diamond.
Apr. 1-Travelsque on "Canadian Rocky
Mountains" and F.... I. ,. ., ,i. Ri;E
by Waiter K. Hev .r ..... i s ..',l ,
Rest at 7:30 P.M.
Apr. 1-Stetson Symphony Orchestra with
prances Buxton conducting, at the Recreation
Hall, 8 P.M. Friday Musicale's Program.
Apr. 2-4-National Women's Senior AAU
Swimming Championship. Welch pool.
Apr. 2-"A New Frontier" movies.
World's Series Pictures. Recreation Hall 8
P.M.
Apr. 2-Rochester vs. Minneapolis. Base-
ball Game. City Island Djamond.
Apr. 3-Alexander Sprunt, Jr., national
Audubon Screen Tour-"From Coast to
Crest." 8 P.M., Seabreeze High School.
Apr. 3-Rochester vs. Columbus, O.
Apr. 16-Daytona Beach Islanders' first
home game for season vs. Orlando. City
Island Ball Park.
Apr. 18-Florida Sailing Assoc. Sailboat
Regatta.
Apr. 21-Daytona Beach Islanders first
home game for season vs. Leesburg. City
Island Ball Park.
Apr. 23-May 4-All-American Girls' Base-
ball League. Doubleheaders. City Island
Ball Park.
May 22-Florida State High School Swim-
ming and Diving Championship.
May 27-30-Veteran's Reunion Jubilee.
June 5--Volusia County Greyhound Rac-
5 .... -,, r,, r I ,,,. , 1.
Children's Orchestra from Atlanta, Ca., a,
Bandshell.
June 30-Public Wedding Ceremony. At
the Bandshell on beach, 4 P.M.


HOTEL
and
DINING ROOM
Seabreeze Boulevard


GREETING CARDS
Crystallized Fruit-Jellies
Home-mate Candies Fresh Salted Nuts
SOUVENIRS GIFTS

PECAN SHOP
256 South Beach St.
We Pack and Ship!


WILLIAMS
The

IRON KETTLE I
Continuous Service P.M. til 2 PM.
"We cannot afford a dissatisfied customer"
139 Ridgewood Ave. Holly Hill



PHOTO FINISHING
If You Want the Most From
Your Negative--Come to

LeSesne Studio
Esbllihed 1(03
Operators with 25 Years Experience
312 S. Palmetto Ave. Dial 5862


Southwind Court Hotel

Directly on the Ocean

EFFICIENCY APARTMENTS ROOMS
523 So. Atlantic Ave. Five Blocks South of Broadwalk
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. Mine. Clar's Shoppe

RESORT WEAR

Guatemala Jackets and Bags
Hats and Scarfs

216 Seabreeze Boulevard


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Physio-Therapy


Health Clinic

WOULDN'T YOU LIKE TO TELL
THE WORLD YOU'RE FEELING FINE?

irritable, or"nervous, or perhaps carry an
excesive amount of weight, or maybe you are
run down physically,
DON'T BE DISCOURAGED
e have helped many others-Why not let
SPECIALISTS IN CHRONIC DISEASES
Arthritis, I- ... h inus, Goitre, Asthma,
Skin Dis. .- .- give Cabinet Baths.
and Colonic Irrigation.
DON'T DELAY DO IT NOW!
A competent Nurse to assist you
Bruce Sprihgstead, Ph.D.
223 First Avenue Telephone 4135



Centrally Open
Located All Year


HOTEL TROY

217 Volusia Ave.

Gene Edwards, Owner & Manager




HOME MADE
CANDIES
CHOCOLATES--BON BONS
-Always Fresh-

BETSY ROSS CANDIES

211 Seabreez Blvd.


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HOTELEGRAMS
Our thoughts are with you this Easter season
and wgwelcome you to Daytona Beach.
T Hii.TEL F LEE .: Mr. and Mrs James
( a,. .1 i Mr. .and Mr. C. L.

w. c. d Noble
Johisen ,,,. An-
drews oTt t Cha i :
At The PIER HOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Ti-
and ,.- i .l. G Mr. and Mrs"
i . i. -,, . Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.

At The PRINCE GEORGE HOTEL: Miss Mar-
garet M. Riley of N. Y. C .. Mr. and Mrs.
H. H. Harvey and daughter of Palm Beach, Fla.
r. nd Mrs. Frank W ,. r r.i
ter of Columbus, O. , L

ton, Mass.
At THE PRINCESS ISSENA: Mr. Gardner
o .. N. Y,.... Mr. and Mrs,
. ..11 rI"- I Mr. Wallace Smith, Jr., of
Pittsburgh . Ms. T. B. Hughes of Bronx-
ville. N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hoehn of
Baltimore. Md.. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Wet-
stein of Detroit Mrs. Henry Haouk of Buf-
SP,.:-i,-e., Md, Motion Wycaff of

At The RIDGEWOOD HOTEL: Mr. and Mra.
.. T.. ,- Tor, Jr., of Brookline. Mas...
Si Bckr and L. L. Rockwell of Pitts-
.-1.1 r,, Mrs. Charles Ely of Watfield,
I C. D. Watkins and Dr. R. E. Seiple

At The RIVIERA HOTEL: Mr. and Mrs. Irv-
ing R. Oxenham r ';. ], N. J .... Dr.
S- iselrose s.
( ,. ,. I 1 i N- N Y. Mr. and

At The SOUTHWIND COURT HOTEL: Mr.
and M Y -,- --r ._ 'ville, Tenn.
N F '. I .. .,r Girard Pa.
S -., ,:,. -. ,,, of Rockland,
Me. % e- P... M,' Appel and
daught ,. i .


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Before You Leave








'HOTELEGRAMS
., rHREN'S I L Al II FREEZE COURT:



At Tr -,'.ni ,'. 1- .. I Mr. and Mrs.
C. C. o'4 ,.l L i..I, i Mary E. Hay-
ward o E. obeka
snd M i i' 'i ii ' '; '' .


At The FERNWOOD HCTEL: Mr. and Mrs.
Frank S. f Atlanta Mr. and Mrs.
Charles .O Jr., of Atlanta Charlotte
Behee of .... N. Y.. Dr. M. Tenticost
of Scranton, Pa.


Long Islanr N,'
Mich.
At THE GENEVA: Mr. and Mr. L. E. Whip-
rl. ,- v. i. i I I, 1 Mrs! R. D.
. Dr. and Mrs.
In r t -, i--,l -1 V d Mrs. J. L.
_Conn.



wAt T OCEA Mr and Mrs. F arokld
Kr.. nWI 1 Cr .. Minn. Aliee Hol-
to i.,, :., W. H. Baker and
i. Va.








At Tho L CONNnB TCC. Nen Buland, CCCo
At The OCEAN HE.I TSi F. FB Broha
Jr., of White IC , MiC. M. W.







S.At T TRO ~HOTEl, Wl : z ,a Zne
Al. Th C OLANn.O T N-n Buland, Caro-
.. M D Ii Sally

I i i l I .. i ,, Univ.
'; .- ,: trb il.-" f Dartmouth.
At The OCRAN HEIGHTS: R. A. Beckham and
,.F ," T'~T-- + YC, Mrs. Ray
C" .. .Mr. and Mrs.
F Grosse Pointe, Mich.
At The TROY HOTEI,: Wi'liar 1 .
M. Dean of Orlando, Il,.
. I J. R. Fulwiler and Miss ', 'l.-
,f At'anta Mrs. H;lda I. C ...
France, whoC.. i here through May 1C.
Fred A C .r Mass.


Gilbert Hotel
COMMERCIAL and TOURIST

One Block from Beach
R. F. Daylor, Manager
AtMntic at Main St. Phone 4761




SMORGAN HOTEL *
Sand Green Tree Inn

-On The Mainland-
Steam Heat Elevator Service
S Ample Parking Space *
S Volusia Avenue Near Beach St.



Sun-back Dresses with Matching
Jackels---Up to Size 40
DRESSES .nd ACCESSORIES



Charlotte's
Complete Ready to Wear Shop
206 Seabreeze Blvd.





Hotel Paden
Overlooking I he OA ek.i
-European Plan-
Telephone 5515
.'rner Allanlic at Reilo


ANTIQUES & DECORATION The ;l1r ,"f Rrnien tre
at
210 Seabreeze Blvd.
LOVELY OLD PORCELAIN and FURNITURE IA U CH 'S
EARLY FRAMED PRINTS & "Wh.re Desire and Ec onmy Met"
INTERESTING LAMPS JEWELRY
Select Unusual Wedding Presents Here C Il Cl'I Gl, .a.e .:o i Phr ,e,
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Dial 66:36 I. -i
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STICK'S SKATELAND
T8 N. Rid. ewood Ave. Holly Hill
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ON FOLLOWING PAGEs 7:30 to 10:30 P.M..........................................All Skaters 50c












STICK'S SKATdELANDAYS
628 N. Ridgewood Ave. Holly HM
DAILY HOURS ADMISSION. TAX INCLUDED
Matinees 4:00 to 6:00 P.M ..................................... Children, 25c. Adults 50c
Evenings 7:30 to 10:30 P.M ........................... All Skaters 50c
Saturday Sessilon-2:00 to 4:00 PM. and 7:30 to 10:30 P.M1 CLOSED SUNDAYS





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LAYERS" BEVERAGES


S. . 3 MINUTES by 2-Way Radio Phones
S1. AINGE in

SCL4>) SAFETY CABS

\ 3J 3686-Phone-3686
Volusia Avenue at Beach
615 North Atlantic Ave.

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Fancy Citrus Fruits Jellies
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a Marmalades
Crystallized Fruits
S Gilt Packages Shipped Anywhere
SOn River Road 5 Miles N. of Hotel Ormond
SOrmond Beach
Ferd B Noldman. Ir Owner
....- Phone County 2602


HEADS The DOGGERY
COLLARS
HARNESSES -Pet Supplies
203 Seabreeze Blvd. Phone 9736


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FISH
TURTLES


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SGammage Drug

740 MAIN STREET
Just off Grandview
PRESCRIPTIONS o TOBACCOS
LUNCHEONETTEE s SUNDRIES
Telephone 3067

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GIFTS KOSHER STYLE FOOD SERVED
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COFFEE SHOP
".THE WORLD'S BEST APPLE PIE"
Corner Magnolia & Palmetto Ave.
ia O1. Bl:Hi EaII of Hvy. No. II _



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FROM MAINE TO FLORIDA

J HOWARD Restaurant
OHNSONO and Soda Shoppe
Serving Breakfast Luncheon Dinner
Ia.n.ql R:.,mT, OFe-. II .0 A4 M ,; 30 PM So, i Sh:c.cre COTr.' A M k It I' PM
331 N. Ridgewood Ave. U. S. Route 1 Holly Hill
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DINING ROOM
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Modern Rooms Gift Shop
Ideally Localed Be-l..l.lly F-rn.shed
COCKTAIL LOUNGE and BAR
DINING ROOM
Seomq g Delious Meal tirom
RI AM 1a 10 PM
440 S. Rldqewood U.S. No. I Ph. 9112



The Oleander Inn
Nwr the Beach
S6
Public Dinng Room
Open Seven Days a Week
531 North Grandview Dial 5621
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FOR THE CONNOISSEUR
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Trails End Grill

Spealising in . .
Chicken or Shrimp-In-Basket Tenderloin Steaks
alom 5100 '1 10:30 P.M. Sunday I '111 10:30 P.M.
CLOSED WEDNESDAY
ON U. S. ROUTE I AT DAYTONA'S NORTH CITY LIMITS
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Ivy Lane Hotel
EUROPEAN PLAN
Public Dining Room
Breakfast Dinner
Sunday) Dinner 12-2 5.30-. P M.
2I3 rlltn Tood or Moderate, Pr6ea
233 South Palmello Dial 5661
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pr, ide the ormar.tic inrere i ir, I ni, er. al
Inie alns onal'- ibaloming lechnl oJlr pIrol P
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SERVICES TO VISITORS BY
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
IThe DI)atnni Beach Chamber ot CTmmerrCe
.elcom %'lllt r. Ihlto rhis all %tar resort area
including Ornarnd. Hollh H.I, Daio,\n
Beach, tiourl Dat,una and Port Urannge
'he man rtluer erended ro l.lor, are
oithodl charge and 1h.r ihe purpose oi making
-.ur %i.. here pleasant and prolahiale. A
complete Iter Iniolma,.onl iernce ,r amail.
able at Ihe Chamber .' Cn,,irer:e ,t :e
XMap u.lne.i d.. ,orl, a cla..lned It.
oI membnrh and iopie. I the \Wrrkl) (,lde
can he bhrtained at the office.
TIle Chamber of Commerce works to make
a heler city for your convenience. Your
~,eage.roon for any additional services or for
Improvement are welcome at all times.
Hlar,, R. Hall, Executive Manager,
Da- i.r. a Beach Chamber of Commerce.


While n Daylona Beach stop at

KAY'S Restaurant
734, MAIN STREET

Unexcelled Food at a Reasc.nable
Price
OUIl PIES ARE THE TALE OF THE TOWN
9--- -

ChauIlqua. N. Y. and Daylona Beach
THOMPSON'S
CAFETERIA
Open Every Day
Breakfast Lunch Dinner
7:30 to 9:30 A.M. 11:30 to 2:00 5 to 7:30
257 N. Ridgewood Ave. U.S. RL 1
Ample Pajkloq Span


NOW OPEN

THE BREAKERS
Restaurant, Cocktail Lounge
and Refreshment Deck
24 South Ocean Ave.
Ovreookingo the World's Faoin Bech

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LUGGAGE
and
LEATHER GOODS

I at 30'. 0%L CUT PRICES
HENRY'S LUGGAGE SHOP

226 South Beach St.
I I I 71I


DAYTONA BEACH MUNICIPAL

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728 Broadway
DELICATESSEN SODA FOUNTAIN EAL BARBECUE
Breakfast Served All Day
"Babs" and Francis Littefield, Proprietors


AIR LINE SCHEDULES
rs.l,.. December 1
EASTERN AIR LINES
NORTHBOUND
11.l0.1 he2 1... I I All. vVA .f J2x., Wash..
1, I .'rk _1. r.
flishi 162 I.en, I P1M. for Jax. Atlanta and
F.161 2.t L.T,. 1: A.M. for Jax.. At6..1.
F...rh (.6 A;;. : 69 P.M. and leaves 3:05
IM -h.... r.. New York and Boston.
SOUTIIHSUND
1.gsr I6 L -. 647 A.M. arrive in Miami
Fn..6,,. I L 61-0 4 -1 P.M. arrive in Miami
F I. f' Ll..--32 P.M. arrive in Miami
1.... 1P.M. .611 stopw erroute.

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NORTHROUND
"'h' 4 L4 I 1:M. 6- .t" at J&.. for
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116.... 66666 4,16... rn D.. tot.. Reach

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66 PlanClty IC I
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TOUCHTON
DRUG CO.


Daytona's Oldest Authorized
Dealer.

SAN JUAN

MO'OR CO., Inc.
Chrysler Plymouth
Sales and Service
Dial 8596 330 N. Beach St.



RENT A CAR
Hour-Day-Week-Month
-Fully Insured-

Jack's Drive-It-Yourself
643 N. Grandview Ave.
Dial 4335 or 4539



COURTESY CABS



Phone 5536

Atlantic and Main Street

YELLOW CABS
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New
Modern Fireproof
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Cocktail Lounge &
Grill
A. Y. HutchinMo. Owner,
Manager


PROGRAM and served five'years in the penitentiary.
Upon his release, Wells Fargo gave him
S$125 a month pension for life with the pro-
Sviso that he never again would molest their
I 1 Mar. 27th stagecoaches.


thru

iN Apr. 3rd
THEATER

1000 W. Volusia Ave.
FIRST DAYTONA SHOWINGS
Sat., Mar. 27-"The Egg and I," with
Fred MacMurray, and Claudette Colbert.
(Brought back by popular demand for its
second Daytona Beach showing.)
Sun. thru Wed., Mar. 28-31 "Black
Bart," co-starring Yvonne De Carlo, Dan
Duryea and Jeffrey Lynn. (In Technicolor.)
Thurs. thru Sat., Apr. 1-3-Charles Chap-
lin in "Monsieur Verdoux," featuring Mar-
tha Raye and Isobel Elsom. The most talked
about and controversial picture of the year.
DRIVE-IN CHATTER
A new movie brigand, "Black Bart," is
due Sunday. March 28th, on the screen of
the Drive-In Theatre. A Universal-Interna-
torious bandit co-stars Yvonne De Carlo, Dan
the colorful badman. '
The story of "Black Bart" is based on the
actual depredations and escapades of Charles
E. Bolton, the poet-highwayman who always
let his victims know they had encountered
Black Bart.
Charged with 28 hold-ups, Bolton was fi-
nally apprehended by Wells Fargo detectives


Charles Chaplin, who has been called one
of the most controversial figures of our time,
has now made the most controversial pic-
ture of all time, "Monsieur Verdoux," which
opens at the Drive-In Theatre on April Ist.
As Verdoux, the efficient and modern
French Bluebeard, Chaplin appears as an
impeccably tailored, impeccably mannered
boulevardier whose success with the ladie
is proverbial, and lethal. The pathos, the
tender, haunting love story and the match-
less comedy of earlier Chaplin classics are a
part of "Monsieur Verdoux"; bur in addi-
tion the scope df the story and the startling
way in which it is presented make the pic-

ture ever produced.

FLORIDA STATE THEATRES
March 27 thru April 3
EMPIRE
Sa s, Mar. S27-"Captain From Casile,"
with Tyrone Power, Jean Peters, Cesar Ro-
mero, John Sutton. (In technicolor.)
Sun. and Mon.--"You Were Meant For
Me," with Dan Dailey, Jeanne Crain, Oscar
Levant, Barbara Lawrence, Selena Royle.
Tues. and Wed-"The Great Waltz,"
with Luise Rainer, Fernand Gravet, Miliza
Korjus, Hugh Herbert.
Thurs. thru Sat.-"The Bishop's Wife,"
with Cary Grant, Loretta Young, David Ni-
ven, Monty Woolley, James Gleason.


"MAKERS OF FINE CANDIES"
Made in Our Own Shop




Imported and Domestic Gifts
332 S. Beach St. Opp. Yacht Club


D4YTOAA BEACH, FLOPIDA




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Open
Year Round

Overlooking
"World's Most
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Open All ear European Plan
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1hrae Bl.,.:k e Fr.Hn. Beach
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hMr u Benle Crcvs O'ter.r & Manager Terl.-pholle 964.
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DIXIE CLEANERS
and Dyers
Receipt-Insurance
Mothproolng at No Extra Cost
N. Beach at Main St.
Bridge Approach
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DAYTONA BEACH ISLANDERS


CATI HIR' H,''.l b.tD l,-
Dem.,, e '' i.er L.
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Stan.,,, (A, -, ...... Drtr. Ia Bcn, er..
*Roman, Robert ........... Syracuse, N. Y.
Clark, Ronald ............. ..Welston, 0.
Skoff, Joe ............... Omaha, Neb.
Futcher, John ..... St. Thomas, Ont.
MacNaughton, Jack Rochelle Park, N. Y.
Duncan, Edward.... Wilmington, Del
Monro, Billy ..........Montreal, Quebec
*Shiles, Harold .....Daytona Beach, Fla.
aIvey, Wylie \.....rI Ca
Hyde, Janes .. N S
Prados, Robert Harhan, La.
OUTFIELDERS
eZanders, Joe .,. Cal.
Hammond, Ge:- I..j II., ir, 0.
Pounlos, George Eustis, Fla.
Lindaelter, Dl)onald Eutis, Fla.
PITCHERS
*Morton, Glenn .... Apopka, Fla.
'Stabeleld, Elvin Aurelia, 0.
Bodine, Charles.. Barnsboro, N. J.
*Meadows, Hermap Newport, Ky.
*(Gibson, Paul ....... Winston-Salem, N. C.
*)Denotes 1947 Islander Player.
DIRECTORS
B. R. Fuller, Jr., President.
Emory F. Thames, Treasurer
Curtis H. Gardiner, Secretary.
Dr. Charlest A. Clemmer.
William N. Driscoll.
Lee Meadows.
"Babe" Weaver.
(ROVER HARTLEY, General Manager.
SAM DEMMA, Manager.


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at DagleN Dock and ir,.' i
DANCING ir ., .-,:,,. ..r
night at the ..... h ... !,l't
Island, and I_ I ,., ,r I I ,

TFi .- Main Street and the
i ., P , t..rI '. Dock.

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Academy, next to the Daytona Beach Golf Club.
JUNGLE RIVER CRUISE-On the Tomoka
Ormond on Tomoka Ave.
LAWN BOWLING -Daytona Lawn Bowling
Club at Riverfront Park, Mainland and the Pea-
body Lawn Bowling Club at the Peabody Park.
S'tHood's, 15 S. Wild

SAND SAILING- On the beach in front of the
Sheraton Plaa.
h' ', _' ,' sre ea. Lick, e.. .. ..r

SWIMMING At the Sheraton Plasa Hotel the
Riviera Hotel, and the Welach Recreation Centler.
.I'l rIL L .u -Striek's Skateland 628
N. i ,,. . .,, Hill. Daily except Sun-
day.
SKEET AND TRAP SHOOTING- Daytona
Beach Municipal Gun Club, south a ranee to
Navy base on old DeLand Road. Wednes-
day at 3 P.M. and Sunday at 2:31- R
TENNIS Recreation Center on City Island
and the Seabreeze Tennis Club on Sedbreeze Blvd.


OCEAN FRONT COTTAGES
Modern 2, 3 and 4 room Deluxe Cottages with fully equipped Kitchenette
Located along the Ocean front-directly south of Daytona Beach
OPEN YEAR ROUND AND AVAILABLE FOR A DAY. WEEK OR SEASON
For Further Information Write. Wire or Phone the Following Recommended Cottaees


Ocean Heights BENREI'S

Cottages By the Sea OCEAN BREEZE

Modem 2 and 3 Room Cottages Court
Fully Equipped Kitchenettes Eoln .F:l, ..I l'pped
LOW RATES .co t. r--t: z.. '. for 4
Re-s2onable Ratesone 7
2551 S. Atlantic Ave. Dial 9326 2439 S. Atlantic Ave. Phone 7609









- Marine Studios On Route A1A at Marineland


Slarn,,e Sttdo. he 1cild. tc at,,d ,nly
.,.ar.hm toned rtee .i nl. peall, itel,.ned
,tete-. .nal .,,r.de;n er m.-.t ., p ,..r itu-

hlaine ,'I,,t,. , ad I31".,,, R enms
.I p anl IndtI e..., it.. .. ,I.1. ,. cIho-
ato~rpt e h tr e ern rlated hltetae n mczed
a..dJ.ence hnh In t., l itell 'lale. and
abr,-ad felt al an ap r.kltmale e I .f a
rnII.nr dollar.. she .ere, tenke are eirhct-
Irmy rm,.I-. Iamer. 3r~cl mnll,.n fllu re
rre'hn ar,. Irt m er. n. ,r t ,r. .' I it e vi e.
Ti Iel Ie,. ll~" hl Ip ll4 lr lllec. ii-
etacled n il~e hrtlhan, ,,ned. nt hh Ph,1. ilae
HBirder .c' the Arr.er,ar. \luerr.e nel eatlral
Hflter,, a.nt la \2 Nrl.l.,a, r n ee ,i, ot f
c..n-ideratle rere (nt ntarutted frnr.ll for
,.ndetlrl ll pFh.l- raph, Maritne %lld..-. of-
fert th.e camela enthu a. t.:,lnrI.jl nes
dl..plh:ateed n elhere tel. in Ihe ..rild TIwo
glint lank, .r,p a ret nktllar e lt ,k I,., feet
eel It tee, deep tie ,)hee a -,i:hat 'ank
7 teert n, di3meler ecd IS iere deep .,)m-
pr..e ihe oceanarinum More Ithar. :r' rc er-
atllon porthole. hate been placed In etra-
teg.C pe.-..tnt ,n the -ide. and tr,-.m ol the
ta tr.ekc atf..id.r.c c lear %le% ..I the
aar dnn ecnlorl. l and el inr e .n4lt rsea
,V'rld Beceh-er leaert death. et a Ieceent
.vihtrence .n Ihe earetnaiier. the Nlirene-
land Mreet Ic eer erhne tot new areci-
men- o re lae e Ib reli teh ripn a
chatneing pano.rarra r.f rre r.r.e le eIrm day
dat
I'ndaubledl the t a peillrT.elre ae the
ipepcs,.Iee. nFiec pah end hbunce a be-
slaldered .arn ea hi-rle aacln.l Ite -and
ir.d r.k ,.1,red ano,r .1l rhe cx arnrlarr. and
Ihel. z' .Pr lp slld Ie 3pllrg I and reght
leel Irl the ,lr lnd.lng theler 4ee peund


bodies with a resounding whack on the wa-
ter's surface.

Tarpon, rays, giant sharks, h.ge e. rie,
six foot mora. eels, reef and tri.,ll rh.
parade in bright review. In the center of
the large tank, resting forlornly on the sand-
covered bottom lie the remains of a sunken
ship--its barnacled ribs and bowsprit offer-
ing shelter for the smaller specimens.

The feeding times at Marine Studios are
11 A.M., 2 and 4 P.M. daily.
Without exception, this trip is worth many
times the cost of your visit. You and your
camera will come away from it with mem-
ories and scenes you'll remember forever.


CIIC CLUBS

Rotary Cluh-Every Monday 12:15 P.M.,
Palmetto Club House, Orange Ave.
Lions Club-Every Tuesday 12:15 P.M.,
ote-O-One Club, Main St.
Kiwanis Club-Every Wednesday 12:15
P.M., Palmetto Club House, Orange Ave.
Exchange Club-Every Thursday 7 P.M.,
Howard Johnson's.
Jaycees-Every Thursday 12:15 P.M.,
One-O-One Club, Main St.
Veteran's Business Men's Club-Every
Tuesday 12:15 P.M., Club 101. Main Street.

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"SUNNYSIDE"
Before You Leave






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COCKTAIL LOUNGE
Don Moody
at the Piano and Solovox
PACKAGE STORE
44 N. Atlantic Ave.
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For The Finest in Food
NEW YORKER
Bar and Restaurant
"aslonallu Famous For Fine Food"
Club Breakfasts Luncheons Full Course Dinners
B-?i LDTnks ir T:.-n 1r, F'.:ruljr Pn.- s
823 Main Street Phone 9243


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I'lERLH -This vr, un-t -dat and smart
11,u 11 .... ~O nperfection.
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i ,r eoo out to be eozy
P-r enuf in to be here
:.!, your outlook rasy
Ire ftn is not so dear."
1.1 A-: .111 Cr Mlad, ailanat extruar-
. at here -wth his cevcr
I a ad Brsad and "Maaah"
,Stin -alking your evnin eaai -
l delicioua. conoctina and i'riendly
Il IRjiK--A spot of unusual beauty, lea-
aquarium bar. At night,
Iloodlit vistas of m-s leaden
.',rofusion of azalea blooms. Paul
I e p.iano1 Songs by Terry Randall.
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[ Seabreeze Blvd.


DANNY IS AT HIS POST
"THE WORLD'S
MOT FAMOUS BAR"







Continuous Entertainment
DUKE LA RAI *
AT THE STEINWAY
Ladies-Ask How You II
Can Win $9,000 "FOR FREE"

Danny's
Musical Bar
1200 North Beach Street


The BrookI

LOncheon by Reservation
Dinners from $1.50 Mixed Drinks from 50C i
c-_ Paul Morrison at the Piano
No Cover Songs by Terry Randall No Minimum
1290 S. BIDGEWOOD AVE.. U. S. NO. 1 I
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FAMOUS FOR FOODS

CLUB TROCADERO
Riverfront of Riviera Hotel Ormond, Fla.
DINING WINING DANCING
OPEN ALL NIGHT FOR FOOD
HARRY G. "PEK" PERKINS. Owner. Operaie Dial 82j









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PACKAGE STORE
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The Silver Dollar.
RESTAURANT
AND COCKTAIL BAR
Ser'inq 1rline Lobilers Ihe Year Rournd
Slie ki Sealool Chops
U. S. No. 1, Holly Hill Dial 4327


MEET BERNIE AND AL
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74e %oAd#ac

Choice Wines. Liquors, Package
108 Volusia Didl 9253



HALIFAX
Package Store
FINE WINES AND LIQUORS *
FREE DElIVER V SERVICE
S324 Seabreeze Blvd. Dial 5254 I





SMAC'S
BAR and PACKAGE STORE
Psr t" The BerTle .Tr Ca3s
S 2000 South Atlantic Ave.
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Tavern
Bar Package Goods

Imported and Domeenc
LIQUORS. WINES. BEERS

128 Magnolia Ave. I. Nowicki. Prop. Phone 9235



SEABREEZE
Golf and Tennis Club
1100 NORTH ATLANTIC AVE.
19TH HOLE COCKTAIL LOUNGE
Dining Dancing Continuous Entertainment
Two Floor Shows Noely
DAILY Expert
GREI N FEES Golf Insiruah: rn
All Day $200 Golf Equpmrren
Nine Holes 51 00 and Ac0c-: rrs'


"WHERE THE SMART SET GATHER"

THE SPRINGS
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COCKTAIL LOUNGE
F-riu.jrin ^^
Sc.arklr.~n Ernlerldi .rn nl thi:,a il',,
Fine Atmosphere Altractive Spot Good Drinks
DE LEON SPRINGS HOTEL
De Leon Springs. Fla. 7 Miles North of DeLand







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First Daytona Showing
Sun., Mon., Tues., Wed.
March 28, 29, 30, 31

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Thurs., Fri., Sat.
April 1, 2, 3
CHARLES CHAPLIN
in

"Monsieur

Verdoux"
The Mort Controversial Picture of
the Year.

Admission 50--IncL Tax
Children Under 12 Free


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