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EMERSON W. CHAILLE C. LOUIS ALLEN


THE MEN BEHIND DAYTONA SHORES

i5 HE American Public today places full confidence in
projects backed by men of big business who have
established reputations as executives. Such men repre-
sent America and its dominating genius for business in the eyes
of the world. Daytona Shores is fortunate in having as vice-
president and general manager, Mr. Emerson W. Chaille,
president of the Meridian State Bank of Indianapolis, director
of the Indianapolis Chamber of Commerce, and last year first
vice-president of the National Association of Real Estate Boards,
and having as vice-president in charge of sales, Mr. C. Louis
Allen, former president of the Pyrene Manufacturing Com-
pany and internationally known in the business world. Both
these men of unusual vision-unbounded energy and unques-
tionable integrity are devoting all their wonderful store of
business acumen and vitality to the development of, and the
creation of values in, Daytona Shores, and the Fleetwood Section.












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THE ATLANTIC

ESIDENTS of the Fleetwood Section of Daytona Shores,
long known as "Fairyland Point," will be but a few
minutes' drive from the world-famous Daytona-
Ormond Beach which is acknowledged the wonder beach of the
world. Picture over fifty autos speeding abreast over this beauti-
ful expanse of smooth sand, and you may have a slight idea of
the great width of this splendid speedway which offers to auto-
ists a perfect drive of over twenty-three miles along the beauti-
ful Atlantic. It was on this natural speedway that Sig Haug-
dahl established the world's record of one mile in 19.97 seconds,
or an average of 180.27 miles per hour. Easy access to this great
beach and to our ocean playground will be provided by our
$300,000 Venetian Causeway over the Halifax River, just a
short distance from the Fleetwood Section.
An added feature will be the construction, at an early date,
of the splendid Jacksonville-St. Augustine-Daytona Beach
Ocean Boulevard which, skirting the Atlantic for over a hun-
dred miles, will present to motorists the longest ocean-front
drive in the world.
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A BRIDLE PATH THROUGH FAIRYLAND
f FAIRYLAND of trees-of palms and pines, of bearded
oaks-"Aye, trees know where to grow"-good soil
and sunshine they must have-and in the woodland
paradise of Fairyland Point - henceforth the Fleetwood Sec-
ton of Daytona Shores, grow trees without equal in our glorious
state.
Pictured above is a witching vista of shaded trail-a typical
scene in this, the most beautiful area of all Daytona Shores.
The winding boulevards through the Fleetwood Section will
remove only such trees as may be in the way of construction.
Every site will remain forested, so that builders here are offered
settings of the greatest beauty for their homes, to say nothing
of the shade. So great is the value of these forest giants that
some one has said of Daytona Shores that we sell only the trees
and throw in the land for good measure.
Can one imagine a more desirable place of abode than this
high, forested land with the addition of the superior improve-
ments, such as asphalt-macadam paved streets, broad concrete
sidewalks, water, electricity, etc., all of which will be installed at
our expense?


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A YACHTSMAN'S PARADISE


0 MORE fitting spot for lovers of sail or power boat-
ing can be found than in the Fleetwood Section
of Daytona Shores. A splendid yacht basin is
formed in Muriel Bay, at the northern extremity of Fairyland
Point-it is here that the Tomoka and Halifax Rivers meet,
while the Jacksonville Ship Canal-through which five thou-
sand yachts pass each season - ends just to the north, in the
headwaters of the Halifax.
For seekers of thrills, the sheltered Halifax, smooth and
straight, offers an ideal aquatic speedway. The wide expanse
of Muriel Bay meets every demand of those who love the feel
of moist halyard, and to hear the spank of wind-flapped sail,
while the placid-winding Tomoka unfolds an ever-changing
vista of enchantment for the canoeist-the oarsman-or the
picnic party in their launch.
Let us here emphasize that Commodore Stoltz is, himself,
a yachting enthusiast and no doubt was considerably influenced
in the selection of his hotel site, by this Nature-created boating
paradise.


























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THE STORIED TOMOKA

5 HE fascinating Tomoka River, gently winding through
scenery of indescribable charm, borders the Fleet-
wood Section of Daytona Shores on its entire West-
ward side. Its verdant banks, crowned with lofty palms and
pines; o'erhung with moss-festooned live oaks, present an en-
chanting panorama-a veritable Fairyland of which the point
is indeed the crowning jewel. This picturesque stream-be-
fore the white man came, the paradise of the Tomoka Indians
-is one of the most beautiful in the country - The Tomoka,
with a depth of thirty feet and a width of over a hundred feet
nearly to its source, offers unequalled boating and canoeing-
and - what fishing! - for years, it has been the mecca of
anglers from all parts of the world. Twenty-two varieties of
game fish have been caught here-while throughout its length,
the hunting is supreme. Muriel Bay-formed by the meeting
of the Tomoka and the Halifax, is a famous hibernating spot
for ducks and birds of many species.































WINTER BIRD-LIFE ON THE TOMOKA


UTURE residents in the Fleetwood Section of Daytona
Shores will have as a part of their daily life, every
facility for every form of outdoor sport except those
dependent on snow and ice. The 200-acre golf course which
we shall build will be only a short distance away. Trails through
the great trees will be ideal for horseback riding.
A beautiful club, sheltered, just off the point, will afford
every facility to the yachtsman. In design and appointments it
will be unequalled in the South.
Tennis Courts nearby, easy access to the famous Daytona
Beach with its motoring on the sands and year-round surf bath-
ing just across the Daytona Shores Venetian Causeway. Hunt-
ing-fishing-sailing-truly an ideal place to enjoy America's
ideal climate-to which we may in passing allude with pride as
that which was selected for the home of the richest man in the
world. John D. Rockefeller's physicians selected Ormond,
just across the Halifax from Daytona Shores, for his winter
residence.




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