Daytona Beaoch.Florid a /
Dorothy R. Booville M.arkets
Complete Feb. 27,1936
200 words D.R.S.
A variety of markets provide Daytona Beach with
vegetables, meats and other food products. Many are
privately operated, while others are connected vith
well known chain store companies
Farms from the surrounding territory contribute
produce to the Holly 1ill Curb mark:et,-cooperative open
air sales center, on tho Dixie irhwas, 2 miles north of
the-Daytona Beach business district.
Presh vegetables, citrus and other soii-tropical
truite, flowers, 'datir products, hoen bated foods and
miscellanoone handioraft are marketed at the 25 samll B
booths owned and occupied by the farmer salesfolk who
have the privilege of selling whatever they may choose
The market was opened 8 years ago by e group of
farmers headed by Dr. 3G iandall, local phyaloian
interested in the venture. Part of the land was
donated for market use by dre H; Y. Stillman, a Daetona
Beach resident, and a toAhn rlrht of way provided the
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Bo oth a were built by the farmnore and are
owned-by them today* There is no government but.
=Vir'nal agreement aind nio expenses aside from
a share in a weekly advertisement Town license
for selling is one dollar.
Market time on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday
mornings of each week throughout the year, attracts
both touriste and residents who often "buy out" the
booths before closing tlie.
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ps. by Marytrances Moore 717 Its Pon Insul a
Dr1vO, Daytona beach, fla.
Inltorviow w'.ith Rio 11.o Howard, at Holly Hil1 Curb
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