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Title: Ganymede-in-Daytona Homes (551)
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IN GANYMEDE You Can Build OnEasyTerms
a House Similar to the Attractive Florida
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ONA BEAUTIFUL LOT 50x 125 Costing $2100
-with Four Citrus Trees On the Lot-


Description of House


On the first floor is a reception and living room with tile floor and fireplace,
a pretty balcony overhanging the living room, a light, convenient kitchen
with built-in cupboards and icebox, a built-in garage, and a patio with
fountain. On the second floor are two bedrooms, a bath, a sleeping porch
and a canopied patio. A free illustrated booklet showing the views,


plans and prices of other attractive homes will be sent upon request.
Purchasers of lots in GANYMEDE are required to pay $6.00 per lot per
year into a perpetual care or trust fund, whereby approximately $15,000
will be available annually for future maintenance of parks, parkways and
landscaping in the subdivision.


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Buy- Build L Live Prosper

At Ganyinede-in-Daytoononthe Dixie Highway


ICTURE, if you will, Facts c
a plot of ground suitable
for either home building "T rAYTONA BEACH, on Florid
or investment purposes laid thriving all-year residential cit
out andbeingbeautified by equable climate, pure air, attractive
natout l kndlandscauie location in a prosperous citrus distl
nationally known landscape of Daytona Beach lies GANYMEDE,
architects and engineers, and oaks, productive orange and grape-f
located in the corporate lim- sery. Ganymede-in-Daytona borders
its of a large, hustling, grow- Atlantic Ocean: and in presenting 1
ing, semi-tropical, seashore need not magnify its advantages as
city. Consider a location just ficent program of parks, parkways,
far enough south to be com- winding boulevards, streets, sidew;
fortably warm in the winter improvements, nor over-estimate t
and just far enough north to await buyers of residential and busi
be delightfully cool in the
summer, where the average
yearly temperature is 71 de-
grees; a spot less than 7/10
of a mile from a fine Golf and
Country Club (not one that
is-to-be but one long established and well-known) and
seven minutes distance, or less, from churches, schools,
theatres, the city's principal shopping center, and the
world's greatest natural ocean beach. Then you will have
an idea of GANYMEDE, in the City of Daytona Beach, and
the State of Florida, a beautiful subdivision, in a city con-
sidered by thousands to be the most delightful in the world.
Think what it would mean to yourself and your family
to have your home or own property in a place like that.
Estimate the future increases in value that such property
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la's east coast, has long been a popular,
y, principally because of its delightful,
Homes, famous beach, and fortunate
rict. Within the corporate city limits
vith its beautiful palms, majestic live,
ruit groves, and extensive citrus nur-
s Dixie Highway and is adjacent to the
this substantial subdivision its owners
a home-site, nor exaggerate its magni-
,fountains, water-ways, landscaping,
alks, water, gas, electricity and other
he money-making opportunities that
iness lots, for the facts are sufficient."



/ City Managerof
DAYTONA BEACH, FLORIDA


should enjoy on account of
its natural advantages and
splendid location in a thriv-
ing city where values are
constantly, consistently and
rapidly increasing. You may
have remunerative employ-
ment if you wish; or you may
go hunting, fishing, boating,
golfing or ocean bathing ev-
ery day in the year. You may
pick oranges, grape-fruit and
a variety of other table deli-
cacies from your own trees
or garden, where flowers
bloom continually and the
sun is always friendly; where
the gulf stream is near enough
to keep the air warm in win-
ter but far enough away to


permit cool ocean breezes in summer.
Only, those who have visited the City of Daytona Beach
can fully appreciate its beneficent, healthful climate, the
beauties of its scenery, the wonders of its marvelous ocean
beach, the colorful, comfortable homes, the splendid schools,
churches, hotels, clubs, golf courses, tennis courts, and
drives, the surf bathing, gardens, palms, flowers-and
moonlight. For moonlight as well as sunrise is at Daytona
Beach a revelation of fanciful delight-moonlight with those
merrymaking c patie.sand that endless procession of
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Only 7 Minutes from the Ocean

and the Famous Daytona Beach


automobiles on the magnificent beach driveway. That mar-
velous beach driveway is 500 feet wide at low tide, and will
accommodate 50 cars abreast and extends along the water's
edge a distance of 23 miles. It is probably the only road in
America not made by either taxes or bond-issues. Un-
doubtedly it is the speediest course in the whole world, and
it is cleaned and made over every twelve hours without cost.
Is it strange that many people attracted to Daytona
Beach by stories of its unmatched climate and natural
healthful playgrounds, went there for only a vacation but
made the place their permanent all-year-round home?
Here, then, at this marvelous spot in the semi-tropical
South, right in the rapidly growing City of Daytona Beach,
is located GANYMEDE. Ridgewood Avenue leads to it, that
picturesque boulevard overhung by spreading palms and
moss-draped live-oaks. Ridgewood Avenue is the local
name of Dixie Highway, and because of its magnificent homes
constitutes the city's best residential street. Beautiful and
exclusive Ridgewood Avenue is the very street on which
Ganymede abuts. Thus Ganymede-in-Daytona appeals in-
stantly to both the most exacting home-seeker and the
shrewdest investor.
Here you find more than picturesque setting; here is
also substantial value. And as you survey Ganymede-in-
Daytona-the subdivision that has actually astonished even


Daytona Beach residents with its sane program of develop-
ment and home building-and compare it lot for lot and in
all respects with other properties, whether in the Daytona
Beach district, or in other localities in Florida, or elsewhere,
you will need no expert to persuade you that Ganymede-in-
Daytona has merit-that it is a real, substantial thing of
value-a safe, sound and carefully planned development
which should quickly result in substantial profits to investors.
With actual sales in excess of a million dollars a day,
great profits are being quickly made in Daytona Beach real
estate, and this is a statement that can be verified by ad-
dressing the Daytona Beach Chamber of Commerce or any
Daytona Beach bank or daily paper-and there is no logical
reason why handsome profits will not continue to be made,
especially in such a substantial development as GANYMEDE.
But see Ganymede-in-Daytona yourself. Use your own
judgment. Make your own decision. Take advantage of our
delightful seven or eight-day trip to the property and other
East Coast and interior Florida points. Get all the facts first
hand. To learn how you can make the trip at our expense
use the coupon: or send us your name and address and we
will be glad to furnish any further information desired, in-
cluding prices, maps and plat of unsold locations. To do
this you will not obligate yourself in any way.


Address:

GORDON R. COWIE CORPORATION


Member
Daytona Beach Real Estate Board
Daytona Beach Chamber of Commerce
Chicago Real Estate Board
National Real Estate Associations


DAYTONA BEACH, FLORIDA
GORDON R. CoawI, Presidei


References
Daytona Beach Chamber of Commerce
or any Dayton. Beach Bank
or Trust Company.


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You Can Buy or Build in Ganymede-in-Daytona

WithVery Little Cash-and SurprisinglyEasyTerms


HERE is one spot in Florida where land has not been
sold and re-sold and sold again, and you can there-
fore still secure business or residential lots, only
seven minutes from the ocean, at original prices.
And GANYMEDE is one of the sound subdivisions in
Florida that is not offered for sale at prices based upon its
nearness to something that is-to-be. Instead, it is actually
in Daytona Beach, one of the fastest growing cities in the
State of Florida.
You will not have to wait for population, or home build-
ing, or public improvements, or modern conveniences, or
country clubs, schools or churches, or citrus or agricultural
development, all of which serve to increase real estate values.
They are already there. Daytona Beach is, and for a long
time has been, a popular, prosperous community, and is now
the seventh city in Florida and the sixth largest vegetable
shipping point in the State.
With all its advantages and a large permanent popula-
tion, and an additional population of exceeding 125,000
persons during the winter season, why should not Daytona
Beach grow by leaps and bounds!
The city already has 71 miles of paved streets, 84 miles
of sewerage, and the other modern conveniences and necessi-
ties, including city water, supplied from healthful artesian
wells, gas, electricity, telephones, etc. There are 5 grade
schools, 2 high schools, 1 Junior high school, 2 private
schools and 1 Montosorri school. There are six banks and
trust companies with combined deposits of more than
13a.:.l ..l.l'l., and the large circulation of the two modern
daily new,'paper s i- cri'.irncing evidence of their clean. pro-
gret-l.ve iurn.tlihm nnd up-to themminute news service. D.,',
tona Beach has a Chamber of Commerce which claims to be
the second largest in the country. In any event none does
ntre for i. ic welfare. It has 27 churches, 15 clubs and
societies, numerous hotels. 3.golf courses, (in addition to the
large one near GA.wMe DE)"5 theatres, 2 parks, 3 hospitals,


a City Hall, Public Auditorium, beach rest, 2 Casinos, 2
libraries and a community house. During the summer
months 12 through passenger trains stop here daily, and 16
each day in the winter season. And the tax-rate in Daytona
Beach has been only 20 mills on a 50% valuation. Buildings
and improvements under way or soon to start in Daytona
Beach include a new $2,000,000 paved highway connection
to the West Coast, an expensive new athletic club, 2 splen-
did new hospitals, a large new hotel, an additional Y.M.C.A.
building, and numerous apartment buildings and homes.
The agricultural lands surrounding Daytona Beach in-
clude about 10,000 acres of the finest fruit and vegetable
soil in the State-soil on which three crops per year are
possible-and for which, because of its nearness to eastern
and central markets, there is always a ready and profitable
sale. Oranges, lemons, grapefruit, potatoes, celery, toma-
toes, berries and a variety of other food-stuffs are grown
cheaply and with very satisfactory profits to the growers.
It may almost be said that there are no seasons in this dis-
trict. An apiary there claims a record of 600 pounds of
honey from one swarm of bees in one year.
With such stable foundations, plus the world-famous
beach 500 feet wide at low tide and extending 23 miles along
the ocean front, there can be little doubt regarding the fu-
ture of the City of Daytona Beach, or the probable increases
in values of business and residential properties. That is es-
pecially true of GANYMEDE because of its splendid location
in the city, and the comparatively low prices of its lots.
Buy a home and h, I. Get in ,n the ground tloor so that
vYour in'.ctnent may be the m:re profitable. Be an earl',
buer in GANYMEDE. E'.cry dy you delay in your
decision may be an oppor. unity pA--d or los[.
You owe it to yourself to in frm y:,ur-elft about
Ganymede- in Dac'tona at once.nirst hnd, by tak-
ing a delightful seven.day trip to Flc.rid at our
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No matter how anxious you may be to
acquire a home or make money, you should
assure yourself that your investment will be
surrounded with every possible safeguard. You
should make certain that you will obtain your money's
worth for each dollar expended-and that your invest-
ment will yield future profits.
These very important considerations lead us to earnestly
invite your most careful investigation of Ganymede-in.Daytona,
the value of its property, its program of development and home-
building, the business integrity and financial responsibility of the
men behind it, and the money-making possibilities open to early
buyers.
Satisfy yourself, and we are certain that your investigation will
not only satisfy you but also result in immediate action, because
we know that you will find GANYMEDE to be all that is claimed for
it, and more-a whole lot more.
You will find in GANYMEDE a development in which original
profits are to be made--an investment which your own good busi-
ness judgment will recommend.
To obtain the profits to which an original investor is entitled,
act now. Or if you desire further information, send us your name
and address promptly, without obligating yourself in any way.

GORDON R. COWIE CORPORATION
DAYTONA BEACH, FLORIDA


MANZ CORPORATION, CHICAGO




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