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Title: Your Florida-Caribbean guide
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WHERE TO GO AND WHAT TO SEE
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T 0 L 0 M E o to FLORIDA, BAHAMAS and
WVI ff the CARIBBEAN
Nassau...Cuba...Isle of Pines... Jamaica
Montego Bau . Kingston . Haiti
Puerto Rico...St. Croix...St. Thomas
RECOMMENDED HOTELS, MOTELS, RESTAURANTS
POINTS OF INTEREST, ATTRACTIONS, AND FLORIDA FISHING
FLORIDA FASHIONS and REAL ESTATE SECTION


Beautiful Auaad Cypress Gardens, Fla., see pages 119, 120


Beautiful Aquamaid at Cypress Gardens, Fla., see pages 119, 120


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INDEX


APOPKA
Meece's Fisherman's- Paradise ......... .. 178
ASTOR
Morrison Bluff Fishing Camp ........... 178
South Moon Fishing Camp ..............178
AVON PARK
Albright Realty ...................... 111
BELLE GLADE
Luther Jones ..........................106
W aldessa M otel ................... ..... 105
BOCA RATON
W P. Bebout .......................... 68
BONITA SPRINGS
Conklin Realty ..................... . 155
Frank's .............................. 156
Fred & Lee's Snack Bar & Tr. Pk. ........ 156
M other's Kitchen .................... .155
Villa Bonita ........................... 154
Bonita Springs Liquor Store ............. 154
Trail China ...................... .. 156
BRADENTON
Rest Haven ......................... 175
BUNNELL
Snack Jack Restaurant .................. 20
CAPTIVA
M itchell's Castaways ................... 162
South Seas Plantation .................. 162
CLERMONT
Bruno Restaurant ......................133
M ary Jane's, Inc. ................... .. 133
South Lake Realty Co. ................ 133
CLEWISTON
Johnson's Fish Camp ................... 182
COCOA BEACH
Florida Coast Real Estate Co., Inc. ...... 33
Lady Be Lovely ........................ 33
CORNWALL
Riverview Fish Camp .............. 29, 181
CRESCENT CITY
Bass Capital Resort ................... 180
Camp George ....................... 180
Lake Grove M otel ................... . 181
M ary's Kitchen ...................... 181
St. Johns Fishing Lodge ................ 181
Tingle Fishing Resort .................. 183
CUBA
El Templete ........................ .21C
Montecatini Restaurant ............... 21C
Nacional Hotel & Casino ............... 19C
Dr. Rafael Fernandez Rivas ............. 23C
Sierra Night Club ................... 20C
Surf H otel ........................... 23C
Varadero Beach .......................17C
Vedado Hotel .........................22C
ISLE OF PINES
Alfonso Construction ................ 27C
Compania Frutera Garci, SA ............ 27C
M axwell Ehler ....................... 25C
Hilltop House .........................25C
Isle of Pines Steamship Co. ............. 24C
La Francia ...........................27C
Oasis M otel ...........................27C
Shangri-La ........................... 26C
CYPRESS GARDENS
Citrusland ............................126
Cypress Gardens ................... 119, 120
Cypress Gardens Inn ................... 66
Cypress Garden Inn Restaurant ..........125
WGTO-Radio ........................ 122


DADE CITY
Harold's General Store ................. 134
DAVENPORT
C. L. "Mike" O'Neill .................. 129
DAYTONA BEACH
Club 92 ............................. 26
DELAND
M & M Gift Shop ...................... 27
The Outspan ........................ 27
St. Johns Fishing & Boating Club ......... 186
DELRAY BEACH
Treat Travel Bureau .................... 68
DUNDEE
Casa Catalina M otel ................... 127
Casa Catalina Restaurant ...............127
EAU GALLIE
Hensel's Red Rooster Restaurant ........ 34
ENGLEWOOD
Pat Lee .................. .......... 173
ESTERO
Estero River Groves, Marshall Bros. ......157
Tropical Fruit Products .................156
FT. LAUDERDALE
All-State Realty ........................ 73
Florida Military Academy ............. 75
Florida State Turnpike Authority ........ 7
M ay Victary, Inc. .................. 74
Oakland Marine Co. ................... 184
FT. MYERS
Art Craft Boats ............. ....... 185
Bennett Realty ........................ 169
Douglass-Chambers, Inc ........... ...168
M ary Ellen Eagan .................... 168
Fortiner-Brammeier Realty & Develop. Co. 161
Golf View M hotel ...................... 166
J. W G ross ........................... 185
Jeffcott Realty Investments .............. 167
Thad Wilson's Drive-In Restaurant ......168
Thomas Edison Home .................. 167
Yacht Club Colony .................... 170
FT. MYERS BEACH
Bobbie Del Shop .................... 163
El M ercado ..................... .. 164
Friendly M market ................. ..... 163
The Islander .......................... 137
Jewell Real Estate ............... .. .23, 163
FT. PIERCE
Bruno Candies ......................... 48
Hoyt C. M urphy ....................... 94
Shirley's ........................... 49
Jos. B. Sickler, Realtor ............... 50
FLAGLER BEACH
Flagler Beach Hotel .................... 19
GAINESVILLE
Lassiter, Realtor ....................... 27
GEORGETOWN
Pine Cove Fishing Resort ............... 186
HAINES CITY
Circle H Farms ........................ 118
Fletcher's Fish Camp ................... 186
Gulf Tower Gift Shop .................. 118
Gummo's M otel ...................... 117
Lindy's Restaurant ................... 117
Lakeside Trailer Sales ................. 116
HAITI
Camera Center of Haiti ............... 40C
Dambala Hotel ....................... .41C
Don Mohr Sales Corp. SA ............42C
La Belle Creole ...................... 39C








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Page
Meinberg Bros ................. ..... 43C
M arie Jeanne .................... . .40C
Modern Dry Cleaning ................42C
Sassine, Couture ................. ..... 43C
Store Club, The ..................... 43C
V ersailles .......................... 40C
HALLANDALE
Percy's Steak House .................... 78
HIGHLAND CITY
The 98 Bar & Restaurant ................ 115
HOLOPAW
Holopaw Ser. Station & Restaurant ...... 130
HOMESTEAD
Layson M marine ........................ 96
R ose M otel ........................... 97
Jeanne N eeley ......................... 98
Town Tackle Shop ..................... 98
HOWEY-IN-THE-HILLS
Howey Boat Basin & Fish Camp ........ 190
INDIALANTIC
Bahama Beauty Salon .................. 35
ISLAMORADA
Capt. Jake M uller ................... . 191
Sand D ollar ........................... 99
Theater of the Sea ..................... 99
JAMAICA-KINGSTON
Lexington Nite Club ................... 37C
MONTEGO BAY
Denis Cooke's Travel Service ............ 29C
Hacton House ........................32C
Hannah's Restaurant ................... 30C
Hindu Bazaar ........................ .32C
The Montego Shop ................... 30C
Samuel Hart & Son, Ltd. ............... 31C
OCHO RIOS
Dorothe Fashions .................... 37C
Hibiscus Lodge ...................... 36C
Lindo's Dept. Store .................... 35C
Jam aica Inn .......................... 34C
Plantation Inn ...................... 34C
Venus Dress Shop .....................35C
JENSEN BEACH
Banyan Terrace ........................ 51
Hendry Trading Center ................. 51
Langford Terrace ...................... 52
Rod & Reel M otel ..................... 53
W. B. Tilton, Realtor ..... Inside Back Cover
JUNO BEACH
Juno Ranch M otel ...................... 61
JUPITER
Casually Clad ......................... 60
Thomas H. Daly Inc. .................. 57
N eil D u Bois .......................... 56
Edgewater Beach Motel ................ 58
Ernest H listed ......................... 59
Tequesta .............................. 56
KENANSVILLE
Camp M arion ................... ..... 191
KEY COLONY BEACH
Guy Lombardo's Rest. & Cabana Club ... 101
KEY LARGO
Roger Lee Jewfish Creek ...............187
KISSIMMEE
Frazer's Restaurant .................... 13
Freez-ette D rive In ................... 131


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Kasbee Gift Shop ......................131
Rudd Boat Works ................... 193
Tony's Fish Camp ................... 192
Tropical H otel .........................131
KLARNEY
Springs Fishing Lodge ................ 194
LA BELLE
M ilton Thomas .................. 140, 141
LAKE ALFRED
Lake Alfred Motel & Restaurant ......... 116
LAKELAND
Lakebreeze M otel ................... 128
LAKE WALES
Camp M ack .............. ....... 188, 189
LAKE WALES
Candlelight Motor Lodge & Rest......... 113
Cherry Pocket Fish Camp ..............187
The Great M asterpiece ................. 141
Phil J. H aler .......................... 112
The Highlander Restaurant .............. 112
Jenning's Fishing Camp ................. 187
T he O asis ............................. 194
Sands M otel ........................ 115
Sands Restaurant ................... .. 115
South Lake W ales, Inc. ............... 114
LAKE WORTH
Joe Fearnley, Realtor ................. 196
LAUDERDALE-BY-THE-SEA
A lice Lord ....................... . 77
LEESBURG
Due's Cocktail Lounge & Pkge Store .... 136
Treasure Island Fishing Resort .......... 190
MclNTOSH
Ruby's Restaurant & Pkge & Bar ........ 150
MARATHON
Ch. A. Anderson, Photo. ..............100
Holiday Hobby House .................. 104
Key Colony Beach ................... 102
Jack Smith's Drive-In .................. 100
South Seas Restaurant ................ 104
Pansy Welling, Hair Stylist .............. 100
J. P. W selling, Real Estate ............... 100
MARATHON SHORES
Ruttgers Sands M otel .................. 103
MARINELAND
M arineland Ser. Sta. .................... 21
R uth's Place .......................... 21
MELBOURNE
Band Box Beach Shop, Inc .............. 39
Belcelona M otor Hotel ................. 40
Colonial Court ........................ 36
Florida Workshops, Inc. ............... 41
Gleason & Neafie ...................... 37
Harry Goode's Outdoor Shop ........... 197
Melbourne Beach Trailer Village ......... 35
Sun and Surf .......................... 37
MELBOURNE BEACH
Orville "Dick" Price ................... 58
Price's Ready-To-Wear .................. 38
Saddle & Sirloin ....................... 38
MIAMI
Acratone, Inc. ......................... 91
Air Boat Rides Everglades ........... 197
American Canvas Products .............. 91
Clifford's Dining Room ................. 85








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Page
Eastern Shipping Corp. ................. 71
Florida Power & Light Co. Inside Front Cover
Glader Park ......................... 148
Gloucester House ...................... 87
Gratigny Real Estate ................... 87
Hardie Yacht Brokers ............... . 194
Howard Johnson's Motor Lodge ........ 90
M ac's Pet Beauteria .................... 79
Monarch Auto Paint Protectors, Inc. ..... 89
Monarch Auto Seat Cover Co., Inc. ...... 89
P & O Steamship Co. ................. 88
Pan American World Airways ...... .211, 212
Pitman Photo Service .................. 90
Q A irw ays ............................ 67
Ray's Body Shop ...................... 89
Sea Hawk Boats of Miami ..............195
Tommie L. Sigler, Real Estate ........... 91
W G BS Radio .......................... 2
W T V J ................................ 83
Welton Insurance Agency ............... 91
Ted Williams ..... .... .. .......... .153
MIAMI BEACH
Pan American M otel ................... 93
Pershing Auto Rentals, Inc. ............. 94
Sun City Resort Motels ............... 95
MICANOPY
Robert C. Smith. Realtor ............. 150
MINNEOLA
Lakes & Hills Restaurant ...............134
M inneola Gift Shop .................... 134
MOORE HAVEN
Sportsm an's Village ................ ...198
NAPLES
H ibiscus H ut .......................... 152
Naples Trailer Park & Motel ............151
Pine Haven Gifts .. ...................154
Rainbow Restaurant & Cocktail Lounge ..151
M otel Rockwell ........................161
The Supper Club ......... ........... 152
Vanderbilt Beach Club ................. 153
Vincent's Bar-B-Que .................. 153
NASSAU
Bahamas Development Board ............ 1C
Kenneth F. Butler ......................3C
Cap'n Kidd's Inn .......................5C
Central Gas Station & Garage, Ltd. ...... 9C
Coral Reef .......................... 9C
Emerald Beach Hotel .................. 2C
Fort Montagu Hotel ................ 6C, 7C
Howard Johnson Tours, Ltd. ............ 14C
I-Need-A-Laundry .................... 15C
Nassau Charter Boat Asso. .............. 10C
Pilot House Club ......................11C
Robertson & Symonette ................ 12C
Saunders Rental & Sales ................ 13C
The Vintners' Arms ................... 4C
W indsor H otel ........................16C
NEW SMYRNA BEACH
B aker's ............................... 29
Chamber of Commerce ................. 28
Skyline Bar & Restaurant ................ 26
NORTH MIAMI
Pink Elephant Lounge .................. 79
Lucille Brunner ....................... 79
Wax Museum .......................... 80
OCALA
The Big "D" Steer-In Restaurant ........149
Big "D Gift Shop ..................... 149
C oral Lounge ......................... 139
Half Moon Fish Camp ................. 199
Ocala Italian Kitchen .................. 139


OKEECHOBEE
Blue Grass Restaurant .................. 108
Southland Hotel ..................... 108
OKLAWAHA
Lake Weir Gift Fruit Co. ............. 139
OPA LOCKA
O ld Scandia ........................... 81


ORANGE CITY
Blue Springs Park .


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ORANGE LAKE
Parramore's Fish Camp ............... .200
ORLANDO
D-S Distributing Co. ................. 201
Joe's? Bar & Restaurant ................. 132
White Turkey Restaurant ...............132
ORMOND BEACH
C oral Sands ........................... 22
Country Fare Restaurant ............... 22
Mock Realty Co., Inc. .................. 24
Petricca's By The Sea .................. 23
PAHOKEE
Grassy W aters M otel ................... 107
Travelers Restaurant ................... 108
PALATKA
Dunn's Creek Fishing Village ............201
River Valley Produce ................... 25
R. M W hite .......................... 25
PALM BEACH
Jack Sutherland & Asso. ......... 64, 123
PALM BEACH SHORES
Bill's M arina .......................... 202
G eorge A pts. ................... . ..... 65
PALMETTO
Ernie's Bait Mg. Co. .................. 202
PENSACOLA
Gulf Power Co. ................... .... 177
POMPANO BEACH
Bill's Travel Service .................... 73
Chamber of Commerce ................. 69
Chef Steak House, Inc. ................. 44
Love Realty .......................... 72
M arie A Irwin .................... .. 70
C L. U lrich .......................... 70
W ebsters' Fine Food ................... 73
PUERTO RICO
SAN JUAN
Caribe Hikon ........................ 45C
Condado Beach Hotel .................. 48C
Flamboyan Club ....................... 50C
M artha Sleeper ........................ 51C
San Juan Car Rental Service ............ 46C
Sea Queen Fleet .......................46C
The Tradewinds ....................... 51C
Tropical Shop & Newsstand ............. 49C
Santurce Tropical Men's Shop .......... 47C
PUNTA GORDA
Evelyne Kirby Beane ................. 172
Peace River Fishing Camp .............203
Sandbar Snacks ....................... 172
W ater Front Lots ..................... 172
RIVERVIEW
Crescent Lake Mobile Estate ............ .203
RIVIERA BEACH
Jane W Brown ........................ 59








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Island Smart Shop ............... ..... 63
Sargent Travel Service ................ 62
Tripp's Restaurant .................... 62
ST. AUGUSTINE
ABC Cocktail Lounge & Pkge. Store .... 19
Johnson's Fish Camp ...... ......... 204
Parrot Village ......................... 19
Pelican Court .......................... 19
Shield's Gifts & Souvenirs ......... .... .21
Stuckey's Fish Camp ................... 197
ST. AUGUSTINE BEACH
Bob's Bar-B-Q Drive In.................. 21
ST. CATHERINE
Major Development Co.
Rolling Hills Development............. .13
ST. CLOUD
Lake Shore Motel & Restaurant ..........130
ST. CROIX, V. I.
Continental, Inc. ......... ........... 55C
Mahogany Inn ...................... 65C
May's Spinning Wheel .................. 65C
St. Croix By The Sea ..................66C
ST. THOMAS, V. I.
Bata Shoes ................ ..... .... 54C
Bam-Boula, Inc .. ...61C
Boutique Fantasia ................ ..... 60C
C & M Caron ................... ... 64C
Cavanagh's ............... .... .... 53C
Continental, Inc ................ .... 55C
New Flamboyant Hotel ................ 56C
The Gate ................... .. ..... 64C
Harman Boats .................. ..... 59C
Hestres' Coconut Grove ................ 59C
Hibiscus Shops .................. ..... 58C
A. H. Lockhart & Co., Inc. ............ 54C
Lulu's Tavern ...................... 62C
Morning Star ..................... 60C
Osmond Kean, Inc .................. 59C
Pilgrim's Terrace ................. 64C
Sebastian's ..................... .... 63C
7 Queens' Restaurant .................. 56C
Alice Sheldon's ........................ 54C
Sparky's ................... .. ... . 58C
Spenceley's ......................... 59C
Tany's Beauty Salon ................... 57C
Tropical Men's Shop ................... .56C
Tropical M otors ..................... 57C
Villa Olga (Mad Hatters) ............61C
Virgin Islands Apothecary, Inc.......... 57C
World Tours Agency, Inc. ..............62C
Yacht Haven .......................... 63C
SALERNO
Capt. Dink Anderson "Teepee" .......... 205
Libby's Candy Shoppe .................. 53
SANIBEL ISLAND
Heirs' Cottages & Motel ............... 160
Jean M ac Vettie ..................... 160
R eisinger's ............................ 159
Sanibel Island Ferry ................... 158
Sea Horse Shop ................... . 159
SARASOTA
Kathleen Wilkinson, Real Estate ......... 174
W hite Studio .......................... 174
SEBRING
Gracie's Beach Front Court .............. 109
Mott Groves ......................... 110
Norris Realty & Ins. Co. ...............110
Triangle Boat Co. ......................110
SEVILLE
Pine Island Fishing Camp ...............204


SILVER SPRINGS
Ross Allen ...................... 209, 210
Colton's Gift Shop ..................... 145
Mozert Studio & Camera Shop .......... 145
Plantation Restaurant ................... 144
Silver Springs . .. ... .............. 143
Silver Springs Coffee Shop & Dining Room 146
Sun Plaza Motor Manor ................ 144
The Swim Shop ....................... 146
The Toy Shop ................... ..... 146
STUART
Fishnhol ............................. 204
Ideal Sport Shop ...................... 54
R. V. Johnson ......................... 54
Lighthouse ............................ 55
Roland G. Lueder ...................... 54
Burt Pruitt's Fishing Ranch ............. .206
TITUSVILLE
Dixon's Cafeteria ..................... 32
East Coast Realty Co. .................. 32
M ode O' Day ......................... 30
Titusville M arina ...................... 31
UMATILLA
Wm. F. Austin & Sons Trust ............ 138
VENICE
Alfred Buereau ....................... 173
VENICE
Hart's Import House ................... 173
Helena Shop ......................... 174
VERO BEACH
Al By The Sea ......................... 47
Barrett's Steak House .................. 48
Cel6 Shoe Salon ................ ..... 47
Crystal Sands Motel ................ 47
D esert Inn ......................... 46
D obber's .............................. 49
Driftwood Inn ............... .. 42
Gufl Harbor Marina .................206
La Petite Boutique ...................... 49
Mossey Real Estate .................... 86
Patio Gift Shop ........................ 47
Tahitian Lounge-The Pit .............. 43
Vacation Vogue ........................ 45
Vero Beach Fish Camp ................206
Vero Travel Service .................... 48
WAUCHULA
Annabel M this ................... .... 111
WEIRSDALE
Thornton's Fish Camp .................. 207
WELAKA
Bass Haven Lodge ................. ..207
Connelly's Fishing Camp ................207
W. FROSTPROOF
Cutchen's Restaurant ................... 109
WEST PALM BEACH
Pot Latch ............................. 63
WINTER HAVEN
Sara Ann Atkins ..................... 124
Beasley Realty Co. ................... 126
Chain 0' Lakes Motel & Boat Basin ...... 208
WINTER H AVEN
Glenn D. G1rke ....................... 125
Leis Brothers ................... ... ... 125
A. J. Lynd ........................ 126
Stauffer System Salon ................... 126
The Terra Ceia ........................124
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A brief guide of fishing camps, marinas and tackle shops and boat builders
are listed compactly for your convenience.


APOPKA
MEECE'S FISH. PARADISE p.178

ASTOR
MORRISON BLUFF FISH. CAMP p.178
SOUTH MOON FISHING CAMP p.178

CLEWISTON
JOHNSON'S FISH CAMP p.182

CORNWALL
RIVERVIEW FISH CAMP p.29, 181

CRESCENT CITY
BASS CAPITAL p.180
CAMP GEORGE p.180
ST. JOHNS FISHING p.181
TINGLE FISHING RESORT p.183

DELAND
ST. JOHNS FISHING & BOATING
CLUB p.186


FORT LAUDERDALE
OAKLAND MARINE CO.

HAINES CITY
FLETCHER'S FISH CAMP

HOMESTEAD
LAYSON MARINE (BOATS)
TOWN TACKLE SHOP

HOWEY.IN-THE-HILLS
HOWEY BOAT BASIN & FISH
On Little Lake Harris

ISLAMORADA
CAPT. JAKE MULLER
KENANSVILLE
CAMP MARION
KISSIMMEE
RUDD BOAT WORKS
TONY'S FISH CAMP
KLARNEY
SPRINGS FISHING LODGE
LAKE WALES


p.184


p.186


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p.98


CAMP
p.190


p.191

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p.193
p.192


p.194


CAMP MACK
On Kissimmee River p.188, 189
CHERRY POCKET FISH CAMP p.187
JENNING'S FISHING CAMP p.187
LEESBURG
TREASURE ISLAND FISHING
RESORT p.190
MOORE HAVEN
SPORTSMAN'S VILLAGE p.198


MIAMI
HARDIE YACHT BROKERS p.194
SEA HAWK BOATS p.195
NASSAU
NASSAU CHAR. BOAT ASSO. p.10C
OCALA
HALF MOON FISH CAMP
20 Miles East of Ocala-Rt. 40 p.199
ORANGE LAKE
PARRAMORE'S FISH CAMP p.200
PALATKA
DUNN'S CREEK FISH. VILLAGE p.201
PALM REACH SHORES
BILL'S MARINA p.202

PALMETTO
ERNIE'S BAIT MFG. CO. p.202

SAN JUAN
SEA QUEEN FLEET
Capt. Art Wills p.46C

PUNTA GORDA
PEACE RIVER FISHING CAMP p.203

ST. AUGUSTINE
JOHNSON'S FISH CAMP p.204
STUCKEY'S FISH CAMP p.197

SALERNO
CAPT. DINKK" ANDERSON
"Tepee" Boat p.205
TRIANGLE BOAT CO. p.110

SEVILLE
PINE ISLAND FISH. CAMP p.204

STUART
BURT PRUITT'S FISH. RANCH p.200
FISHNHOL p.204

TITUSVILLE
TITUSVILLE MARINA p.31

VERO BEACH
GULL HARBOR MARINA p.206
VERO BEACH FISH CAMP p.206
WEIRSDALE
THORNTON'S FISH CAMP p.207
WELAKA
BASS HAVEN LODGE p.207
CONNELLY'S FISH. CAMP p.207
WINTER HAVEN
CHAIN O'LAKES BOAT BASIN p.208











REAL ESTATE GUIDE

to your future BUSINESS or HOME in FLORIDA
Contact any of the following firms for information you desire.
They are here to help you-


AVON PARK
ALBRIGHT REALTY p.111
BELLE GLADE
LUTHER JONES p.106
IOCA RATON
W. P. BEBOUT p.68
CLERMONT
SOUTH LAKE REALTY CO. p.133
COCOA BEACH
FLORIDA COAST REAL ESTATE
CO. INC. p.33
DAVENPORT
C. L. "MIKE" O'NEILL p.129
ENGLEWOOD
PAT LEE p.173
FT. LAUDERDALE
ALL STATE REALTY p.73
FORT MYERS
BENNETT REALTY p.169
DOUGLASS CHAMBERS, INC. p.168
FORTINER BRAMMEIER REALTY
& DEVELOP. CO. p.161
JEFFCOTT REALTY INVEST. p.167

FORT IYERS BEACH
JEWELL REAL ESTATE p.23, 163

FORT PIERCE
HOYT C. MURPHY p.94

GAINESVIILE
LASSITER REALTOR p.27

IENSEN BEACH
W. B. TILTON REALTOR
Inside Back Cover

.1 PITER
NEIL DUBOIS p.56
THOMAS H. DALY, INC. p.57
TEQUESTA, INC. p.56

IA IELLE
MILTON THOMAS p.140, 141

LAKE WALES
PHIL J. HALER p.112
SOUTH LAKE WALES, INC. p.114

LAKE WORTH
JOE FEARNLEY, REALTOR p.126

IAUDERDALE-BY-THE-SEA
ALICE LORD p.77

MARATHON
KEY COLONY BEACH p.102


MELBOUIINE
GLEASON & NEAFIE
MELBOURNE EACH
ORVILLE "DICK" PRICE
MIAMI
TOMMIE L. SIGLER
GRATIGNY REAL ESTATE
MICANOPY
ROBT. C. SMITH
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
LUCILLE BRUNNER
ORMOND BEACH
MOCK REALTY C. INC.
PALATKA
R. M. WHITE
POMPANO BEACH
LOVE REALTY
C. L. ULRICH
PUNTA GORDA
EVELYNE KIRBY BEANE
RIVIERA BEACH
JANE W. BROWN
SANIBEL ISLAND
JEAN MAC VETTIE
SARASOTA
KATHLEEN WILKINSON
ST. CATHERINE
MAJOR DEVELOPMENT CORP.

STUART
R. V. JOHNSON
ROLAND G. LUEDER

TITUSVILLE
EAST COAST REALTY CO.

UMATILLA
W. F. AUSTIN & SONS TRUST

VERO BEACH
MOSSEY REAL ESTATE

VENICE
ALFRED BUREAU

WAUCHIULA
ANNABEL MATHIS

WINTER HAVEN
SARA ANN ATKINS
BEASLEY REALTY CO.
GLEN D. GERKE
LEIS BROTHERS
A. J. LYND


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p.87

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p.79

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p.25

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p.70

p.172

p.59

p.160

p.174

p.135


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p.173


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p.126
p.125
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The Real Estate Broker...

occupies a position of great responsibility in the
American Community. First of all, he must have
the character to live up to the ethics required of
his profession. He deals with large sums of other
people's money and he must be honest and accu-
rate in accounting for it. He must be loyal to his
clients and sensible in his dealings with the gen-
eral public. He is bound by State rules and regu-
lations governing the real estate profession. He
must pass a rigid written examination to prove his
knowledge of the law which protects the interests
of the buying public. While his commissions
amount to only a very small portion of the money
he handles, he must earn his way by rendering
service to his principals in a manner calculated to
insure benefits to all.
If he expects to succeed in business, the real
estate broker must have a warm, friendly per-
sonality that instills confidence in his business as-
sociates. He must be interested in building up his
community-not just the fees he charges for his
services. He must make a continual study of real
estate values so that his advice and counsel are
worth seeking. He must always have the prestige
of the profession at heart and he must be un-
selfishly dedicated to the principles of fair play.


He must be civic-minded and above all, he must
be a good neighbor.
When we speak of Realtors, we do not mean
just any Real Estate Broker. Realtors, in addition
to meeting the licensing requirements existing in
most states for those engaged in the real estate
business, are also pledged to observe the code of
ethics of the National Association of Real Estate
Boards. Like other professional codes, that of the
Realtor establishes client relations on a high level
and commits the individual Realtor to a standard
of service going far beyond that of a business
transaction. Moreover, through his professional
membership in local, state, and national Realtor
groups, the Realtor is supplied with the latest
technical information to enable him to give you
the most up-to-date service possible.
The following Realtor's Pledge is perhaps the
best summary of the high ideals which the Realtor
embraces: "I am a Realtor. I pledge myself to
protect the individual right of real estate owner-
ship and to widen the opportunity to enjoy it; to
be honorable and honest in all dealings; to seek
better to represent my clients by building my
knowledge and competence; to act fairly towards
all in the spirit of the Golden Rule; to serve well
ny community, and through it my country; to ob-
serve the Realtor's code of Ethics and conform
my conduct to its lofty ideals."


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a k FOR MILADY

FOR MILADY


/': THE MISSILE of Fashion
is also launched in Flor-
ida. FLORIDA pace
setter in fashion.
Launching of new styles is making Miami
and Florida a pace setter for the rest of the
country. Fashions shown here in early fall
reach the North in the spring of the fol-
lowing year. Paris may influence the world
in fashion but we adapt fashion to suit our
standards here and then lead the world in
top fashion.
"SO GOES FLORIDA, SO GOES THE WORLD"
Colors to brighten the sun. Fabrics bril-
liance built into their very fiber-dazzling.
American typical! Our fashion houses have
the matter of technique juggling the
old with the new. Something to talk about,
an equal new tempo with an equally
charged audience. We are receiving recog-
nition in the field of fashion.
Our shops help you achieve the look that
will give you many compliments, a look
of perfect elegance, give a lift you will
enjoy and to catch that wandering eye.
This is the era of true feminity, and Flor-
ida is the link to new fashions. The woman
of today who dares express her own in-
dividuality will love the way we dress to
please ourselves, combining practicability,
economy and high fashion.
Hand in hand with fashion, Florida's
magic moonlit nights cast their fragrant,
romantic spell everywhere and a certain
dress for that moment of romantic be-
witchment, a delectable fashion, to be
treasured like a tender memory.
Ladies on-the-go build their wardrobes
around simple shirtdresses. chosen in a
variety of well-bred fabrics, that can be
worn most anywhere.
We are listing some of the smart shops
around Florida, and the Caribbean (if you
are planning a Caribbean trip) which bring
you advance fashions:
CLERMONT: Mary Jane's, Inc., Montrose p.133
COCOA BEACH: Lady be Lovely p.33
FT. LAUDERDALE: May Victary, Inc. p.74
FT. MYERS: Mary Ellen Eagan p.168


FT. MYERS BEACH: El Mercado
FT. MYERS: The Islander


p.164
p.137


HAITI: Marie Jeanne
Sassine Couture
ISLAMORADA: Sand Dollar


JAMAICA, BWI: OCHO RIOS: Dorothe Fasn.
Venus Dress Shop
JUPITER: Casually Clad
MELBOURNE: Band Box Beach Shop, Inc.
NEW SMYRNA BEACH: Baker's
POMPANO BEACH: Marie A. Irwin
PUERTO RICO: Martha Sleeper (San Juan)
RIVIERA BEACH: Island Smart Shop
ST. CROIX, V..: May's Spinning Wheel
ST. THOMAS, V..: Cavanagh's
Hibiscus Shop
TITUSVILLE: Mode O'Day
VERO BEACH: La Petite Boutique
Vacation Vogue
VENICE: Helena Shop


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Florida comes glittering into fashion! Visit
her dress shops and you will come glitter-
ing into fashion.
Fashionably and elegantly yours,
POLLY LEGG


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By The Publisher:
Advertising is a part of American growth, it
recognizes keen and vigorous competition, hon-
estly conducted. Your publisher tries, in his trav-
els, to bring you the wares of his advertisers to
your attention. We try to check false statements
or misleading exaggerations. Confidence and re-
spect are indispensable to success of any business.
a standard of the best advertising practice.

FLORIDA IS ONE OF THE
FASTEST-GROWING STATES
IN THE NATION...
Greatest part of the population now living in
Florida came here from other states. They came
to visit-then came to stay. Florida forms a bril-
liant backdrop for a bright, new world of modern
architecture, magnificent gardens and majestic
vistas. It takes a lifetime to see it all, but you can
hit the high spots by land, sea and air during
even a brief vacation. Florida is going places as
a marketing and manufacturing center.
Florida is sort of a crossroads of the world--
eventually everyone visits her sometime or an-
other. If there is a heaven on earth, surely Flor-
ida qualifies. Florida's future is the brightest.


JIM MARSHALL
CO-PUBLISHER


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Visit Scenic and Historic


Year Around Attractions
Whether you are a visitor or a resident, you
will want to know more about Florida's State
Park System which preserves the tropic lure of
primitive Florida and perpetuates memorials of
Florida's absorbing history.
This system of parks and historic memorials,
in areas ranging from a few hundred to 26,000
acres, embraces more than 71,000 acres of the
most wonderful land in Florida.
These State Parks include miles of white sand
beaches, fine streams, beautiful springs, excellent
fishing waters, floral displays, wooded ravines and
outstanding recreation areas in the most wonder-
ful, unspoiled land of the State.
It is the Florida in which the Indians hunted
and fished and lived in original surroundings of
great natural charm and wildlife profusion.
It is the Florida for which they fought the
bloodiest Indian wars of our history; the Florida,
which a considerable segment of them refused to
leave and continue to habitat despite the Gov-
ernment's effort to assure them the safety and
protection of wards in another land.
This is the Florida in which flourishes the mem-
ories and in which remains the imprint of the
Spanish explorers, of the French crusaders, and
the Anglo-Saxon colonizers.
Within our park system we have old forts in
excellent state of preservation. There are Indian
mounds, historic mansions, sugar mills, plantations.
We have sand dune areas that rival Tunisia,
inland and coastal waters that challenge the fish-
erman, the boatman, the swimmer.
These parks in their varied appeals offer rec-
reation possibilities extending from a few hours
diversion to extended vacations.
State Parks Open for Use
Florida Caverns State Park, 1,187 acres, a
nature-made wonderland, 3 miles north of Mari-
anna, on State Road No. 167. Open 7 a.m. to
6:30 p.m., weekdays; 8 a.m. to 7 p.m., Sundays
and holidays. Features a surprising network of
underground passageways festooned with fantastic
formations. Picnic shelter, fireplaces, tables,
benches, water. Guide service for underground
caverns. Excellent golf course, laid out after the
design of the famous St. Andrews Golf Course in
Scotland. Refreshments.
Fort Clinch State Park, 1,086 acres, one of
Florida's outstanding historic spots, on northern
end of Amelia Island, 3 miles from Fernandina.
U. S. Highway No. 17 to State Road No. 200.
Open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., daily. Surf and jetty fish-
ing. Picnicking. Fort Clinch Museum features
historical background of the locality. Register at
museum first before you inspect the fort. Re-
freshments. Restaurant at Jetty Lodge.
Gold Head Branch State Park, 1,411 acres,
known for its lakes, hills, ravine, is located 6
miles from Keystone Heights, 40 miles from
Jacksonville. State Road No. 21 from Jackson-
ville to Keystone Heights. Open 8 a.m. to dark,
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daily. Picnic ground, picnic stoves, tables. Fine
swimming. Fishing is popular bass, bream,
perch. Boats available. Tent camping. Nature
trails. Refreshments. Nine family-size cottages,
completely furnished with exception of linen,
overlooking beautiful Lake Johnson. Rental by
reservation with: Superintendent, Gold Head
Branch State Park, Keystone Heights, Florida.
Highlands Hammock State Park, 3,800 acres,
6 miles from Sebring off the famous Orange Blos-
som Trail, U.S. Highway No. 27 (State Road
No. 17), to State Road No. 634. One of the
three outstanding natural parks in the U. S. Open
10 a.m. to dark, daily. Wild deer may be seen.
"Catwalks" lead through cypress swamp, and re-
veal seldom seen jungle beauty. Gigantic oaks,
more than 800 years old, can be inspected. Tent
and trailer camping. Picnic grounds. Nature trails.
Hillsborough River State Park, 2,637 acres, one
of Florida's most popular State Parks, is on U. S.
Highway No. 301, 7 miles south of Zephyrhills,
22 miles from Tampa. Open 8 a.m. to 7 p.m.,
Monday through Friday; 8 a.m. to 9 p.m., Sat-
urday, Sunday, holidays. Extensive picnic area.
Swimming, boating, fishing and nature trails. Re-
freshment building. Tent camping permitted.
Hugh Taylor Birch State Park, 180 acres, faces
the Atlantic Ocean on the northwest side of the
intersection of State Road A1A, and Sunrise
Boulevard, Fort Lauderdale. Open 8 a.m. to
dark. This park provides some of the finest beach
and year round swimming in Florida. Two picnic
grounds. Canoeing in fresh water lagoon. Re-
freshment building. Through cooperation with the
Elks Club of Fort Lauderdale, a modern and
completely equipped group camp, primarily for
youth groups, but available to any organized
group under responsible leadership, has been con-
structed. For group camp information and reser-
vations write: Superintendent, Hugh Taylor Birch
State Park, Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
Killearn Gardens, 306 acres, located on rolling
terrain over-looking Lake Hall, on U. S. Highway
319, 5V2 miles north of Tallahassee, Florida, and
28 miles south of Thomasville, Georgia. The Gar-
dens with their elegant beauty will take the breath
of the most uninspired visitor. They are among
the most beautiful in the world.
Little Talbot Island State Park, 2,500 acres, on
A1A, Buccaneer Trail, an ocean front island be-
tween Nassau Sound and the St. Johns river, 18
miles northeast of Jacksonville. Open 8 a.m.
until dark, Monday through Friday; 8 a.m. until
9 p.m., Saturdays, Sundays and holidays. A beach
recreation area has been provided for white visi-
tors on the north end of the island, and one for
colored visitors at the south end of the island.
Each of the two recreation areas provides picnic
shelters, coal stoves, swimming, bath-house, fish-
ing, refreshment stand, and a playground for
children.
Manatee Springs State Park, 2,500 acres, on
Florida's famous Suwannee river, 7 miles west
of U. S. Highway No. 19, near Chiefland. Open
10 a.m. to 7 p.m., Monday through Sunday. Prin-
cipally a day-use area. No trailer or tent camp-
ing facilities. Swimming, boating, fishing, pic-
nicking, refreshments.






Myakka River State Park, 26,746.6 acres, larg-
est of Florida's State Parks, is located off State
Road No. 27 (The Sugar Bowl Road), 17 miles
east of Sarasota. Open 7 a.m. to dark. One of the
finest natural wildlife sanctuaries in the country.
Five rustic cabins, completely furnished except
linens, designed for four occupants each. Fish-
ing-bass, bream, perch, catfish. Nature trails,
natural history museum; picnic grounds with fire-
places, shelters, tables, running water. Tent camp-
ing permitted but no regular tent camps or fa-
cilities are provided.
O'Leno State Park, 1,380 acres, one of the out-
standing group camps in the Southeast, 7 miles
north of High Springs; 21 miles south of Lake
City. Facilities and accommodations for a maxi-
mum of 150 campers, including kitchen, dining
hall and cabins, are available by reservation with
Park Superintendent, O'Leno State Park, High
Springs, Florida. Open year round to all public
agencies and private groups. O'Leno offers pic-
nicking for individuals, family or outdoor party
groups every day of the year.
Torreya State Park, 1,138 acres, partially de-
veloped, located near Rock Bluff, 13 miles north-
east of Bristol, in west Florida.
Collier-Seminole State Park, 6,423 acres, par-
tially developed at Royal Palm Hammock, in Col-
lier county, includes Barron Collier Memorial
Park.
St. Andrews State Park, 1,000.4 acres, partially
developed, on St. Andrews Bay, near Panama
City, 7 miles southeast of Panama City Beach.
Tomoka State Park, 834 acres, partially de-
veloped, lies between the historic and beautiful
Halifax and Tomoka rivers, 10 miles north of
Daytona Beach. Picnicking and fishing.
John F. Rollins Bird and Plant Sanctuary, sci-
entific area, 150 acres, on Fort George Island,
northeast of Jacksonville. Not in operation.

Historic Memorials
Olustee Battlefield Monument, 5 acres, U. S.
Highway No. 90, three miles east of Olustee,
commemorates the greatest battle of the War
Between the States in Florida.
Dade Memorial Park, 40 acres, U. S. Highway
No. 301, near Bushnell.
Bulow Ruins and Plantation, 109 acres, about
9 miles north of Tomoka State Park on the Old
Kings Road, in Flagler county. Said to be the
most picturesque and romantic of its kind in the
United States.
Addison Blockhouse, 5 acres, a mile up the
Tomoka river from the Old Dixie Highway
bridge, and one-quarter mile west, in Volusia
county.
Ormond's Tomb, 9.3 acres, located 5 miles
north of Tomoka State Park on Old Dixie Hwy.
Turtle Mound, 16 acres, the famous shell
mound 7 miles south of New Smyrna Beach.
Historic Sugar Mill Ruins, 17.35 acres, located
near the west city limits of New Smyrna Beach.
Yellow Bluff Fort, 2 acres, located on the New
Berlin Road at New Berlin.
Gamble Mansion (Judah P. Benjamin Me-
morial), 5 acres, U. S. Highway No. 41, at Ellen-
ton, on the Manatee river.
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Madira Bickel Mound State Monument, 10
acres, in Manatee county on Terra Ceia Island.
State Constitution Convention Memorial, 12
acres, U. S. Highway No. 98, at Port St. Joe.
Confederate Monument, U. S. Highway No. 90,
at DeFuniak Springs.
Battle of Natural Bridge Monument, 6 acres,
located 5 miles east of Woodville, near Talla-
hassee.
Battle of Marianna Memorial, U. S. Highway
No. 90, at Marianna.
Gorrie Historic Memorial, U. S. Highway No.
98, at Apalachicola.
Green Mound, 6 acres, Wilbur-by-the-Sea,
south of Daytona Beach.
Yulee Mill Historic Site, at Homosassa.

INDUSTRIAL FACTS
ABOUT FLORIDA
MARKETS
Selling is vital to any business enterprise. The
ability to reach significant and fast growing mark-
ets is essential to profitable operations. Most im-
portant, it should be remembered that expanding
output can best be disposed of in rapidly expand-
ing markets.
Florida offers unique market advantages for
new enterprises. For firms planning to sell chiefly
within the State, it provides a setting in a fast
growing and highly urbanized internal market
area. Florida is the most rapidly growing con-
sumer market of all the 48 states.
For firms with a wider market radius the stra-
tegic geographic position of the state makes it
possible to reach with equal ease the rapidly ex-
panding markets of the Southeastern United States
and of Latin America. Florida occupies a vital
central location within the new marketing area
formed by the spectacular economic renaissance
of the Old South and Latin American countries.
MANPOWER IN FLORIDA
Technically skilled workers can be recruited
more easily than in any other state. The desire to
live in Florida is national.
The tremendous in state migration from the
northeast and midwest, including workers of
many types and skills, coupled with the increas-
ing flow of Florida residents into the labor market
as they finish schools, provide a rapid expansion
of trained manpower for industries.
Wage scales are lower than the U. S. average.
Labor management relations are excellent.
TRANSPORTATION
Florida's size, shape and strategic location mid-
way between the Americas make transportation
a key factor in her economy. For example, the
distance from Key West on the south to Jackson-
ville on the north is some 500 miles . and from
Jacksonville on the east to Pensacola on the west
nearly 400 miles! Excellent transportation facili-
ties . land, sea and air . serve all parts of
this vast state . and provide a link between
major North American and Latin American
centers.
-Source of Information, Florida Development
Commission.







RAINFALL
Florida's average annual rainfall is 53 inches.
About 68 per cent of this rainfall occurs between
May and October. July is the wettest month with
an average of 7.48 inches. November has the least
rainfall with an average 2.22 inches. However, the
rainfall varies with the wettest years nearly doubl-
ing the driest years.
Rainfall during the "rainy season" usually
comes in hard showers which last only an hour
or two although the precipitation is heavy during
those periods. During the balance of the year
rains fall on an average of one day in four in the
northern area, one day in five in the southern
area.
WEATHER IN FLORIDA
SUMMER WEATHER: Although Florida is a sun-
ny, sub-tropical state, summer temperatures are
rarely high. Although the highest average tem-
peratures throughout the state occur in July and
August, the average annual temperature for these
months approximates only 82 degrees.
Because Florida's climate is tempered by sea
and gulf breezes, summer nights tend to be cool
with temperatures beginning to plunge downward
at dusk.
FLORIDA STATE TRAFFIC LAWS
SPEED LIMITS: Open highway: 65 miles per
hour during daytime; 55 miles per hour at night;
residential and business district areas 30 m.p.h.,
unless otherwise posted, must be strictly complied
with by all motorists. Use standard hand signal
before turning, left or right, or coming to a halt.
Dim lights at night when meeting another vehicle.
In case of an accident, render all possible aid
to any injured persons. Post warning lights at
night, where possible. Reporting of all accidents
(to nearest law enforcement agency) involving
$50.00 or more damage required by state law.
Caution: NEVER pass a standing school bus.
Do NOT pass another vehicle at any time unless
view ahead is clear. NEVER cross single solid
center painted pavement stripe. Do NOT drive
while under the influence of intoxicants. Always
carry your operator's license and registration cer-
tificate. Proof of insurance coverage is also help-
ful.
Non-Resident Privileges: Reciprocal with other
states, but does not apply if engaged in occupa-
tion within state of Florida or if children en-
tered in schools.

MY TOWN
"My town is the place where my home in
founded; where my business is situated; where my
vote is cast; where my children are educated;
where my neighbors dwell; and where my life is
chiefly lived. My town has a right to my civic
loyalty. It supports me and I must support it. My
town wants' my citizenship, not my partisanship;
friendship, not offishness; co-operation, not dis-
sension; sympathy, not criticism; intelligent sup-
port, not indifference.
My town supplies me with law and order, trade,
friends, education, recreation, moral, and the right
of a freeborn American. Therefore, I should be-
lieve in my town and work for it."
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There is no need to talk about the beauty of
all of Florida's trees and shrubs. Such profusion
of color, most of which bloom all year round.
Why can't you bloom all year round, in this
wonderful state of sunshine? Florida offers a
relaxed and natural way of living.
Florida supplies vitamin D from the sun; vita-
min C from citrus and other tropical fruits;
vitamins from the great variety of fresh vege-
tables; vitamins, iodine and minerals from the
many kinds of fresh seafood.
Florida produces homegrown poultry, dairy
products, prime beef and pork providing the
necessary protein to assure ironclad strength.
Year 'round outdoor occupations and enjoyable
recreation bring a glow to the eye, color to the
cheek and an elastic step that insure a longer
life and a better way of living.
The biggest bonus of South Florida retirement
living is its probability of longer life expectancy
for you. When you stop worrying and start living,
in this healthy, wholesome atmosphere, with its
equable climate, chances are good that many
years will stretch out ahead for you-and that's
something of incalculable value, an asset beyond
price. It may be "later than you think" so why
not act Now! Come and live in the equable cli-
mate and enjoy your year 'round outdoor life.
Ideal climate of Florida, particularly southern-
most with its uncontaminated air, is beneficial
to all.
For people who wish to be freed from all the
problems of winter, to live casually, dress in-
formally, spend a great deal of time outdoors,
fishing, gardening, sun-bathing, Florida is ideally
suited. There is so much to do! Many of our
retirees take up gardening or other hobbies which
they never had time to do before.
Florida is like an antique doll-the older she
gets, the more precious she is.



To Our Visitors:

So much comment has been made about the
way some of our tourist friends dress when they
come down here to enjoy the sunshine. They walk
around in short shorts, bathing suits, bikini's,
right in town. You know you wouldn't do this on
the streets of your hometown, so why should it
be done here in this beautiful state of Florida?
No woman or man, past that time, looks good to
any other person when they have reached that
time of life when you can afford to get that extra
bread-basket. Let's cover up-with reason. MEN
-no bare chests! WOMEN-a simple cotton in
town is cooler than a short-short or bathing suit,
and doesn't a woman (especially with a little
extra avoirdupois) look better in a dress? Florida
is looking forward to fashion. YOU, my dear
friends, wear these fashions, and be top lady of
fashion. We want our tourist friends to be the
best friends we have Look Beautiful Feel
Beautiful-BE BEAUTIFUL-AT ALL TIMES.







FLAGLER BEACH APT. HOTEL
FLAGLER BEACH, FLORIDA

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301 SAN MARCO AVE.
ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA
CLOSE TO ALL ATTRACTIONS AND BEAUTIFUL BEACHES
14 UNITS
CHILDREN WELCOME
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Route I-Box 156
ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.

BIRDS OF ALL KINDS

5 mi. South of Marineland, Fla.
"Bring Your Camera"

Tame Birds and Monkeys for Sale
C. D. MITCHELL-Owners-M. S. BOWER


A COCKTAIL LOUNGE
PACKAGE STORE
116 ST. GEORGE
ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.
Music Nightly
Air Conditioned
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"One of the Best"
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DIRECTLY ON A1A SOUTH OF MARINELAND


ON FLORIDA'S
SMALLEST BOARDWALK


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GIFTS & SOUVENIRS
The Finest Just For You


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STAR ROUTE-BUNNELL, FLORIDA







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U. S. HWY. 1, NORTH
ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. .
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Owned & Operated by BILL & ANN
Phone: Valley 9-5955


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BAR-B-Q DRIVE IN
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REAL PIT BAR-B-Q I 'l i
PORK RIBS
The Finest Deviled Crabs
In St. Augustine :. -
SOFT DRINKS-DRAFT BEER .,
MOM BROWN


Flagler Beach .....
Situated on the northeast Fla. coast, midway
between historic St. Augustine and lively Daytona
Beach, Flagler Beach straddles Fla. A1A and is
intersected by Highway 11. It is also a port on
the famous intra-coastal waterways. The beautiful
Halifax River is available for both pleasure pur-
suits and inexpensive water shipments. An air
terminus is handy at Daytona Beach. Flagler
Beach appropriately bears the name of Florida's
great pioneer of the past century. Henry M.
Flagler, builder of the Florida East Coast Rail-
way, blazed the trail to the sunny year-round
wonderland which is so well known to our na-
tion today. Excellent hotels, motels and tourist
courts welcome the visitor. Twenty miles of beach
afford recreation to vacationists and local resi-


MARINELAND
SERVICE STATION
TEXACO GAS OIL LUBRICATION
Have your car serviced
while seeing Marine Studios
CARL A. SEAMAN, Proprietor

dents. There's the river for fishing and boating,
and Florida's finest golf course is a mere 15
minute drive away. Flagler Beach-where estab-
lished industry joins with perfect Florida living,
where four crops a year may be raised.


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Ormond Beaek ...
Pop. 9,000. Ormond Beach is the demarcation
line of the sub-tropics. Its position on Florida's
east coast gives such cool summers that it is
recognized as the South's popular summer play-
ground. In the winter months, it is far enough
removed from the tropics to assure you a con-
trast with enervating heat, yet day temperatures
are high enough to permit swimming every month
of the year. Adjoining Daytona Beach, Ormond
Beach shares the same 500 foot wide sandy
beach, world famous as the place you can drive
your car on the sands beside the rolling surf.
Ormond Beach is fisherman's paradise, with the
Halifax River located in the middle of town, surf
fishing available anywhere along the ocean, and
fresh water fishing available a few minutes away
by automobile.


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Squarely between St. Augustine and New
Smyrna Beach, both of which have valid claims
to earliest permanent settlements in the United
States, Ormond Beach is located in the birth-
place of American history. Formerly the site of
an Indian Village, the town was founded by John
Ormond in 1880 and our residents proudly show
visitors such historic landmarks as Ormond's
Tomb, Rockefeller's home, the ruins of old
plantations, and take them on cruises down the
historic Tomoka River, where within minutes you
can return to the unspoiled jungle of yesteryear.
Good schools. Churches of every denomination
are located either in Ormond Beach or within
ten to fifteen minutes' drive. Whether for a va-
cation or for year-round living, stay for GOOD
in ORMOND BEACH. A wonderful place to
play and live.


COTTAGES
OCEAN SHORE BLVD.-FLA. HWY. A1A
ORMOND BEACH, FLA.
Housekeeping Cottages, Apartments & Rooms.
Completely Equipped with Linen, Silver, China,
Glassware, Elec Refrig,, Gas Stoves & Steam
Heat. Tiled Baths. Air Conditioning Optional.
Recommended by AAA and Duncan Hines
Phone OR 7-1831
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WHERE YOU GET PERFECTLY BROILED-BAKED-STEAMED
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PIZZA
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6 OZ. CLUB STEAK ........$1.35
Salad-Bread and Butter
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16 golden brown fried
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5 Oz. Filet Mignon .........$1.50
Salad-Bread and Butter
856 LUNCHEON EVERY DAY
BEER and WINE EVERY DAY
Petricca's Sunday Special-/4 fried
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Daytona Beaeh ...
With a population of 30,765 it is on the East
Coast 90 miles south of Jacksonville on U.S. 1,
U. S. 92 and State Highway A1A. World's Most
Famous Beach. Using the beach for a speedway
world's records have been made in auto racing.
Motorcycle and stock-car racing. Open-air Band-
shell. Municipal Auditorium. Dog Racing. Mile-
long Riverfront Park, Fishing Tournaments, Swim-
ming, Fishing, Lawn Bowling, Golf, Boating-
Civic center. Popular year-round resort.
Although chiefly a resort city, Daytona is also
a community of homes, churches and schools.
Visitors drive their cars along the World Famous


Beach on miles of hard-packed sand, 500 feet
wide at low tide. Adjoining the beach is one of
the longest boardwalks south of Atlantic City.

Safeguard Your Money
THE TRAVELLER is an ideal target for the light-
fingered artist who makes his living pilfering. The
lady's handbag left on a counter while she is in-
specting probable purchases, heads the list in
losses. Men, carrying their wallets in their hip
pocket and patting it every now and then to
make sure it is there, gives the alert thief an open
invitation to relieve you of your money. Leaving
money and/or jewelry in your hotel room or
motel is pure carelessness. This year more than
82 million people will be travelling somewhere
and with so much ready cash being carried-they
will be prime targets for those with larceny in
their hearts. One way to overcome this-is to
carry credit cards and very little cash. Carrying
credit cards may be just the thing needed to
counteract our carelessness and put a crimp in
the activities of the light-fingered.


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Palatha ...
Palatka has a population of 10,000 and is the
commercial center of poultry raising, citrus grow-
ing, cattle and agricultural region and is one of
the largest paper products and lumber shipping
centers in Florida and the Southeast.
On the St. Johns river and many nearby con-
necting lakes, you will find very excellent fishing
facilities; large mouth black bass are plentiful
here and numerous camps provide boats, guides
and bait.
Palatka is located in Putnam County which has
more than 150 different manufacturing plants,
making over 200 varied articles of commerce, and
employing several thousand people. Total agri-
cultural and manufacturing employment for the
County is 10,000 people with annual payroll of
more than $30,000,000. Manufactured products
include paper products, wire-bound boxes, crates,
naval stores, lumber, concrete products, kaolin,
sand and gravel, peat humus, electric power,
bread, cakes, barrels, doors, windows, cabinets,
bedroom furniture, apartment furniture, meat
products, machine and foundry items, soft drinks,
fish and seafoods, etc. Farm products include cit-
ius fruits, Irish potatoes, cabbage, cauliflower,
beans and other vegetables, gladioli and other
flowers, poultry, cattle, hogs, etc.


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NEW SMYRNA BEACH, FLA.
AT THE AIRPORT
Phone GArden 8-9291


Gainescille. .
Gainesville is located in the beautiful rolling
hills and rich agricultural lands of north central
Florida, midway between the Gulf of Mexico and
the Atlantic Ocean. It is on the famous Orange
Blossom Trail, one of Florida's most scenic
routes through the great citrus, lake and ridge
section of the Sunshine State. The population of
greater Gainesville is 44,500. The growth of
Gainesville has been steady and constant.
Gainesville has a delightful year-round climate,
for the average yearly temperature is 69.9 de-
grees. Summer average is 80 and Winter average
58. The average rainfall is 49.1 inches, with most


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which tempers the atmosphere both in Summer
and Winter. The nights in Summer are always
cool and heat prostrations are unknown in Flor-
ida.
The City of Gainesville maintains a full time
city recreation program with full time recreation
directors. An excellent recreation building is main-
tained for the use of the citizens of the com-
munity. A valuable adjunct to the community's
recreational facilities is the University of Florida
with its multitude of spectator as well as par-
ticipatory sports and recreational programs.


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Rates-Day, Week, Month or Season
Phone:
SPRING 4-9455
Owned & Operated by:
MR. & MRS. G. W. PIERSON


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Name
I Address


ADJACENT TO THE
SEABREEZE QUALITY COURT


OPPOSITE DOG TRACK
ON ROUTE 92


DAYTONA BEACH, FLA.
Phone CLinton 2-9130







DeLand ...
DeLand has a population of 20,851 and is es-
sentially a residential city situated 110 miles south
of Jacksonville, 22 miles west of the Atlantic
Ocean and 4 miles east of St. Johns River. The
immediate surrounding area is generously dotted
with many beautiful lakes. The history of DeLand
can be traced back to the early sixteenth century
when Juan Ponce de Leon, searching for the
Fountain of Youth, roamed this area.
This whole area, the last few years, has grown
rapidly and become a fine residential area. A
steady and careful development of light industry
has helped the economy of this area whose chief
industries are citrus, agriculture, cattle and tour-
ism.
DeLand is the home of Stetson University,


which is a fully accredited co-educational, pri-
vate, church-related institution of higher learning.
Ponce de Leon Springs is located 7 miles north
of DeLand on U.S. 17, one of nature's beauty
spots and Florida's year round tourist attractions.
The 54 acre grounds, surrounding the springs, are
a veritable maze of nature trails, exotic flowering
plants, native shrubs and reflecting pools where
brilliantly plumaged flamingos and other rare
birds reflect their delicate images in the still
waters. Here also is an Indian burial mound, a
giant oak used for hangings during the Spanish
reign, and the ruins of an old Spanish Sugar mill;
and, of course, the historic spring which main-
tains a constant water temperature of 72 degrees
and flows at a rate of over 30,000,000 gallons per
day.


additeP REALTOR
Registered Real Estate Broker
206 S. E. FIRST STREET GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA
SALES RENTALS PROPERTY MANAGEMENT
BUSINESS INVESTMENTS ACREAGE MOTELS
INCOME PROPERTY BUILDING LOTS
Phone:
FRANKLIN 6-2472
Res: FRANKLIN 2-4863



M g M GIFT U. S. 17-4 Mi. North of DELAND, FLA.
SHOP LEATHER GOODS FRUIT SHIPPERS
Finest Selection of Gifts in Volusia County
M & M Gift Shop
Owned Route 1, Box 240 Deland, Fla.
& Please send the following to:
Operated

MURRAY
& Nam e .....................
MYRTLE Address .....................
Ph: Yukon 5-4330


for the unusual

THE OUTSPAN
Hwy. 44-3 miles west of DeLAND, FLORIDA
REAL HEADQUARTERS OF SOUTHERN HOSPITALITY
The most outstanding place in the world, owned and operated by
Bob and Helen. Open from can to can't everyday.
BEER from all over the world-Sold Seven' days a week.
CHILDREN WELCOME FREE ZOO KIDDY RIDES
If we don't have what you want-we'll get iti
Your most friendly hosts: HELEN & BOB (Seeing is believing)
Ph: REDWOOD 4-9910








IN FLORIDA IT'S

NEW SMYRNA BEACH
"WORLD'S SAFEST BATHING BEACH"
Only 12 miles South of Daytona Haench on U. S. Hwy # I


SAME BEACH SAME OCEAN


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AN OCEAN BEACH RESORT CITY the whole family can enjoy Summer and Winter
-De luxe Ocean Colony motels, cottages, restaurants, shops, cocktail lounges, shuffle-
board, lawn bowling courts, golf, recreation buildings, library, boardwalk, beach motor-
ing. Very reasonable rates. Write to Chamber of Commerce, Box 245G, for information,
free illustrated folder.
NEW SMYRNA BEACH, FLORIDA-Looking South on the State's safest ocean
beach-8 miles long and one-eighth mile wide at low tide. 10 miles south of Daytona.
"Seaside Fiesta"
NEW SMYRNA BEACH May 28, 29, 30, 1959


On Florida's Central East Coast
Gracious living is the keynote of Florida's most
interesting resort city on U.S. #1 four-laned free-
way, boasting the World's Safest Bathing Beach.
New Smyrna Beach, where the old and the new
go hand in hand, like the modern one hundred
thousand gallon stainless steel spheroid water tower
piercing the sky with its base adjacent to the ruins
of an "Old Spanish Fort" overlooking beautiful
Indian River. It truly is a city steeped in history,
yet modern as tomorrow!
It is fast becoming one of Florida's outstanding
ocean resort cities. A large and growing colony of
Canadian visitors come back year after year in the
Winter to enjoy the balmy breezes, the fishing and
recreational facilities. Many of them, along with
others from the 49 states, finally settle here per-
manently because they find New Smyrna Beach has
become a "Way of Life."
This is a city with 52 weeks of sunshine a year
for all age groups from the toddler to the retiree
with fine schools, churches of all faiths, clubs,
shuffleboard, tennis, lawn bowling, golf, and boat-
ing facilities to suit the desires of the most fas-
tidious.
We invite you to come and see for yourself how
much can be had from a vacation or a lifetime of
gracious living at beautiful New Smyrna Beach-
just 12 miles south of Daytona, with the same
beach, same breezes, same ocean, still a genuinely
hospitable resort and home loving town.


Fiesta's Queen and
,14i.s New Snmyrna Beach '58
BEVERLY CADMAN


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Like to Eat Outdoors?
By ANN KUTZ
Pleasant memories are made out of an outdoor
eating feast. No fine dishes, no silver, no company
manners. Just be yourself. Good food, cooked
over an open pit, in your back yard or any of
your picnic areas, just tastes s-o-o good. Just lay
your plans in advance. Have all essentials . .
your fire should be burned down to a bed of red,
glowing coals. Use no flame to cook your food.
Water thrown on the coals will keep the flame
down. Remember: When breaking camp always
put your fire out and keep Florida green. Want
your editor's favorite recipe for a barbecue sauce?
I made this for fifty Marines here in Opa Locka
not too long ago-If you want my recipe just
write and I will be glad to mail you my recipe.
No charge, just a self addressed envelope. I use
paper plates and napkins always. (No washing
dishes afterwards. Isn't this the way for a house-
wife and mother to have an easy day?) By the
way-my favorite foods cooked over an open pit
are chicken, pork chops, spareribs (mmmmm)
or, if you have a rotisserie, beef.



SOMETHING OF INTEREST FOR EVERY
MEMBER OF THE FAMILY, AT ROSS
ALLEN'S REPTILE INSTITUTE-FLORIDA'S
SILVER SPRINGS.


BAKER'S


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FISH CAMP

RT. 918, CORNWALL, FLA.
Owned & Operated by "RALPH & BILLIE"
BAIT
BOATS
CABINS
Ja BEER
FISHING
TACKLE
For Information or
Reservations Write:
BOX 535
SEBRING, FLA.
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Specs Fishing in or Phone
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New Smyrna Beach ...
Located 14 miles south of Daytona Beach.
Population, approx. 9,000. On U. S. 1, and State
Hwys. 415 and 40. Ocean Beach, Safe Swimming.
The Seaside Fiesta in June at the Yacht club.


Titusville
PAN AMERICAN is the prime contractor for the
operation of the Missile Base and Radio Corpo-
ration of America is the sub contractor for tech-
nical purposes. Some of the other major com-
panies participating in missile research and testing
there are: Boeing Airplane Co., Convair Corpo-
ration, Douglas Aircraft, General Electric, Lock-
heed Aircraft, The Martin Company, North Amer-
ican, Northrop, Ramo Wooldridge Corp., Westing-
house and Fairchild Aircraft.
Population shows a tremendous increase, partly
because of the personnel of these companies lo-
cating here. It is now an estimated 6,500, with a
trading population of 16,500. A number of hous-
ing developments have been built and there is no
shortage of houses for sale.
Free of excessive taxation, no state income tax,
and no ad valorem tax. Under homestead exemp-
tion taxes are greatly reduced. The city tax rate is
16 mills, and the North Brevard County rate is
19.84 per thousand.
Titusville is served by the Greyhound Bus Com-
pany and the Florida East Coast Railway. Utilities
are by Florida Power & Light, and the Southern
Bell Telephone Company. Voting requirements are


one year's residence for the State and six month's
residence for the County.
There are five medical doctors, two chiroprac-
tors, two dentists and one optometrist. A $136,000,
25 bed hospital is now being finished, and should
b'e in use within a month. The elementary and
high schools are accredited. Their maximum class
being 34 pupils, with no double sessions.
There are three new shopping centers, and three
banks. Well stocked library is widely used, and
there are churches of almost every denomination.
The Whispering Hills Country Club has a nine
hole golf course, where many enjoyable hours are
spent in the Florida sun. A great deal of pleasure
is afforded by the many civic and social organi-
zations.
To keep abreast of the times, the Titusville
Star Advocate publishes tri-weekly, and the radio
station is WRMF.
On the Indian River are several nice fishing
camps. There are clean, comfortable, air con-
ditioned cabins, with housekeeping accommoda-
ticns if desired. They also have guides and dock
attendants.
Beautiful Titusville Beach is not commercial-
ized, and is level and safe; a wonderful place for
swimming and sunbathing. Surf casting is popular
here, too.

FOR A WONDERFUL TIME . FOLLOW
YOUR FLORIDA GUIDE. THE GUIDE
IS YOUR INTRODUCTION TO BETTER
LIVING.


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TITUSVILLE, FLA.
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Titusville Marina
On Beautiful Indian River

OVERNIGHT DOCKAGE
(Electricity & Water on Dock)
RESTAURANT ADJACENT
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Phone:
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EAST COAST REALTY CO.
408 WASHINGTON AVE. TITUSVILLE, FLA.
P. O. BOX 460
PHONE 590


SALES

RENTALS

LOANS


ELLERBE W. CARTER
Registered Real Estate Broker
Brig. General A.U.S. Ret'd
Res. Ph: 107W



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CAFETERIA
BROAD STREET
TITUSVILLE, FLA.














WHERE FOOD IS REALLY TASTY!
Air Conditioned






Cocoa ... Cocoa Beach
Approx. 8,800 Population. Half way between
Jacksonville and Miami. On U.S. 1 and State
Route A1A, 50 miles East of Orlando. Ocean
Beach, Baseball Spring Training; Indian River
Orange Jubilee. Civic Center; Golf; Swimming;
Hunting and Fishing. INDUSTRY: Cattle Ranch-
es; Citrus; Resort and Guided Missile Base.


NO VACATION WORRIES IF -
You turn off your electricity.
Stop your paper delivery.
Stop your milk delivery.
Have someone pick up your mail for safe
keeping.
Take precautions so that you can come back
safely. Nothing spoils a vacation like sickness or
accident.


Florida Coast Real Estate Co.
INCORPORATED

COCOA CAUSEWAY AT A-i-A
COCOA BEACH, FLORIDA
WILLIAM L. RISLEY, JR. TELEPHONE
President-Broker COCOA BEACH 2423



SOMETHING OF INTEREST FOR EVERY FOLLOW YOUR FLORIDA GUIDE TO: NAS-
MEMBER OF THE FAMILY AT ROSS SAU CUBA HAITI VIRGIN ISLANDS
ALLEN'S REPTILE INSTITUTE. MILKING and PUERTO RICO, FOR VACATION PLEAS-
OF SNAKES ALLIGATOR SHOW URES OR BUSINESS GAINS THE GUIDE
SEMINOLE INDIAN SHOW BEAUTIFUL WILL TELL YOU WHERE TO GO... WHERE
BIRDS & FLAMINGOS GUIDED TOURS TO STAY . WHAT TO DO.


PHONE 3011





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V,'Z. .COCOA BEACH, FLA.
COMPLETE LINE OF NAME BRANDS
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Eau Gallie ...
Eau Gallie has a population of 7,500 and is
located on U. S. Highway No. 1 on the Atlantic
Ocean and features fine swimming and fishing
aieas, recreational facilities available include pub-
lic parks, drive-in theatre, bowling alley, sport
car races, golf driving range, tennis courts and a
new civic center where wrestling, boxing and
other types of sports and recreational activities
are held. There is a Country Club and golf
course in Melbourne, which is located four miles
south of Eau Gallie.
Eau Gallie is an excellent fishing area and has
been stated as being in the health belt with an
average temperature of 72.20, the summer average
being 80.60 and the winter average being 64.7,
making it a year round vacation spot.
There are seven trailer parks with excellent
facilities and nine restaurants, 14 motels and
tourist courts and one hotel all of which offer
excellent facilities for the tourist and vacationer
seeking relaxation and recreation.

ARE YOU PLANNING TO LIVE
IN FLORIDA?
Florida welcomes new residents. If you want
information regarding prices of homes, land or
buying a business write to one or more local
real estate men who advertise in YOUR FLOR-
IDA GUIDE.


-, HENSEL'S

RED ROOSTER
RESTAURANT
U. S. Hwy. No. 1
SOUTH EAU GALLIE. FLA.





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Phone: 3462


Downtown Melbourne and its landlocked harbor on beautiful Indian River.


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INDIALANTIC
NEXT TO BAHAMA BEACH CLUB


Melbourne Beach
Trailer Village-Sea Island
The best things in Melbourne Beach Trailer
Village and on Sea Island where it is located are
free. The beautiful clean sandy beach with its
surf bathing, salt water fishing and sun bathing
is at your front door.
The lovely, shady, full of flowering plants and
shrubs park stretches from the shore of the At-
lantic to the quiet peaceful Indian River that
teems with sea trout, sheepshead, bream and
shrimp.
Because of this location M.B.T.V. is always
cooler in summer and warmer in winter than any
place on the mainland. In addition, the park is
well shaded by pines and palms. Any lot in the
park can have a profusion of tropical plants as
well as many northern varieties.
The fishing in this Melbourne area is unsur-
passed anywhere in the U. S. for varieties of both
salt and fresh water fish. All bridges over the
Indian River are favorite haunts for those who
wish to fill the creel in an easy manner.
By traveling a few miles to the Sebastian Inlet
you can hook into sea bass, drum and even tar-
pon. Fifteen miles west is the head waters of the
St. Johns River where ten pound big mouth bass
are routine.
Visit M.B.T.V. and see for yourself.


Directly


the


Ocean


ON ROUTE A-1-A-SOUTH


Melbourne Beach Trailer Village
For Reservations
Write or Call RUTH & LEO PHLIGER, Owners, Managers
Mailing Address-Route 1, Box 1 10-Phone Melbourne 1331-J
MELBOURNE, FLORIDA







"MELBOURNE'S FINEST"


Colonial Court
U. #1
N. MELBOURNE, FLA.
















TV
AIR CONDITIONED
CENTRAL HEAT
SWIMMING POOL

OPEN YEAR ROUND
35 Units-Overnight & Efficiencies with Electric Kitchens

Phone PARKWAY 3-7245
For Information & Reservation

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SUPERIOR COURTS
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MELBOURNE, FLORIDA


Melbourne Beaeh ...
A residential town lying between the Atlantic
Ocean and the Indian River. A 500 foot free
municipal pier extends into the Indian River for
the fish loving sportsman, or the beautiful white
sand ocean beach that appeals to the surf loving
fisherman or the swimming enthusiast.
The town is only a short distance from the
world renowned Sebastian Inlet. "The fisherman's
paradise."
The perennial southeast trade winds make for
a summer paradise. One of the few "quaint" old
east coast towns, where the peace and quiet of
relaxed living can still be enjoyed, as yet un-
touched by the din of noise and confusion.
Don't miss the monthly meetings, so reminis-
cent of the old New England town halls.
Melbourne ...
Population is approximately 10,000. On the At-
lantic Coast, halfway between Miami and Jack-
sonville. 65 miles southeast of Orlando. On U. S.
1, and State Hwys. AIA and 192. Home of the
San Francisco Giants winter training. Ocean
Beaches, Tourist Club, Civic Center, Golf, Fish-
ing, Hunting and Swimming. Farming, Citrus,
Poultry Raising and Cattle Ranches.

FOR A WONDERFUL TIME . FOLLOW
YOUR FLORIDA GUIDE. THE GUIDE
IS YOUR INTRODUCTION TO BETTER
LIVING.


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Cooling breezes and a ACREAGE
COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES
hot tropical sun RIVER OR OCEAN FRONTAGE

make for ideal living OR HOMES
IN FAST GROWING MELBOURNE
winter and summer.

The perfect place to GLEASON & NEAFIE
123 FIFTH AVE, INDIALANTIC
Retire . Work or Vacation Phone Melbourne 703
















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One and one-half miles South on A1A
MELBOURNE BEACH, FLA.
BREVARD COUNTY'S SMARTEST
COCKTAIL LOUNGE
and STEAK HOUSE
d i' A TOUCH OF THE OLD WEST
AIR CONDITIONED
FOR RESERVATIONS
PHONE 9223


Price
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CASUALS


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Price
REAL ESTATE
Specializing in:
WATER FRONTAGE
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LOTS
HOMES


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MELBOURNE BEACH, FLA.
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MELBOURNE, FLA.

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THE ROCKET'S RED GLARE
MELBOURNE and its beaches appeared momen-
tarily, early in the history of this country, when
some 50 years after Columbus, Spanish Admiral
Ubilla's fleet was wrecked south of Melbourne
Beach in a violent storm. His shipwrecked sur-
vivors were engaged by hostile Indians. Dragging
some cannon from the wrecked ships, they fought
a pitched battle and won to safety. Up to recent
years the cannon balls were being found in the
palmettos.
There is definite evidence of the existence in
Florida of cannibal Indians before the peaceful
Seminoles came. Fossilized bones discovered in-
dicate a one time resident to be a giant man nine
feet tall.
Three Negro families originally occupied the
major part of Melbourne, including all the val-
uable riverfront, and gradually sold out to in-
terests involved in the rapidly growing river traffic.
Thomas Mason, on doctor's orders, left his
teaching job in the North and became one of the
early white settlers. He staked out a homestead
on what is now Melbourne Avenue, and lived the
life of a hermit. He sported a beard of heroic pro-
portions and so startled one of the Negro families
when they first saw him, that they fled in terror.
He later gained their confidence and eventually
taught them to read and write.
Sometime after this an Englishman named Hec-
tor, in search of his mother who had remarried
and immigrated to the United States, found that
she had reached Melbourne and there died leav-


ing a legacy of $2,000.00. He acquired a mail boat
for $100.00 and traded it for some land on the
river and set himself up in boat building and re-
pair work. The Indian River was now becoming
important as a principal means of transportation
from Titusville to Fort Pierce and Fort Dallas,
which is now Miami.
Melbourne was caught up in the furious activ-
ity of the boom in the 1920's, and the resulting
"bust" was not as resounding as in other areas,
but did leave some ruin in its wake.
Extensive bootlegging operations were con-
ducted in the area during prohibition with some
attendant violence.
From these simple beginnings, when the land
was populated mostly by Indians, rattlesnakes,
bears and possums, it slowly gained recognition
for its healthy climate, pearly beaches and mag-
nificent fishing.
The broad, sweeping Indian River and miles of
Ocean Beaches add to the scenic beauty. Its mild
climate, never too hot or too cold (well, almost
never), make it an ideal place for winter or sum-
mer vacations.
During World War 11 the government found
in Florida the ideal factors for rapid training of
the military. The Banana River Naval Air Station
was set up just 8 miles North of Melbourne. After
the war it was "mothballed" and not reactivated
until the Korean War. It has since become The
Patrick Air Force Base, important element in the
guided missile program and the race for space
supremacy.


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PALM & NEW HAVEN AVES. MELBOURNE, FLA.


COCKTAIL LOUNGE DINING ROOM
SWIMMING POOL SHUFFLEBOARD
AMERICAN OR EUROPEAN PLAN COFFEE SHOP
Close to Ocean, Golfing, Water Skiing,
Fresh and Salt Water Fishing and Hunting.
1V2 miles west U.S. 1 on U.S. 192


Owned and operated by: The A. A. Reimers of Packerland, Wisconsin
Write for reservations
Historic Southern Atmosphere with Modern Large City Accommodations.


PHONE
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OLD ARCADE BLDG.
BOX 6
MELBOURNE, FLA.


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IN A WORLD of fads and changing fancies, the textiles from the
Village Workshops offer brilliant testimony to the timelessness of
good design and craftsmanship. Some of the prints are free interpre-
tations of contemporary scenes; some are literal transcriptions of an
ancient art. All are expertly hand-printed on a variety of fabrics, in
colors carefully devised to highlight their design.
DECORATORS find in these textiles a focal point of beauty for tradi-
tional and modern furnishings alike, for the fabrics of the Village
Workshops are in essential harmony with the best expressions of the
artistry of every place and time.
Phone: 1045


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VERO BEACH
FRONTING upon the Atlantic and with its back
door opening out into the bountiful citrus groves
which have made the Indian River District fa-
mous, Vero Beach shares all the advantages of an
appealing resort and retirement community along
with the stability of the fruit producing and ship-
ping industry.
The growth of this city has been steady and
substantial, yet the attractive character of its
earlier days has been carefully preserved through
wise planning and strict zoning. Latest figures as
to population indicate close to 10,000, or about
twice the number recorded in the 1950 federal
census. The area around the city is dotted with
nicely developed sub-divisions, some designed pri-
marily for retirement homes and others populated
by folks with families. Many beautiful dwellings
have been constructed in the beach area and
along the ocean front.
Accommodation facilities in great variety are
available. Many of the motels and efficiency apart-
ments are of recent construction, offering every
modern convenience, including complete air-con-
ditioning. There is also a variety of fine eating
places, some of which have gained widespread
reputation for the quality of wood and unique
decor.
In addition to the clean beach areas, with pub-
lic parks providing facilities for bathing and pic-
nics, there is good fishing along the Indian River
which bisects the city, as well as in fresh water
canals and the famous Blue Cypress Lake located


Owner:
WALDO SEXTON


farther west in Indian River County. Vero Beach
Country Club operates a scenic 18-hole golf
course, and there is another oceanside 9-hole
course at the Riomar Club.
Other recreation facilities are to be found in a
central park. These include shuffleboard courts,
tennis courts, loque courts, children's playground
equipment and softball diamonds. Baseball is
locally very popular being stimulated by the
yearly stay of the Los Angeles Dodgers and their
farm teams during the Spring training season. The
Los Angeles Club also operates the Dodgertown
Camp for Boys during July and August in the
some facilities and grounds as used for the base-
ball training program.


CHANNEL BASS
"Big Red." the channel bass, is caught in Flo-
rida canals or in the surf, trolling, casting or
with bait. A stout fighter. Fine food fish.


DITW (DID itn
On The Ocean
VERO BEACH. FLA.

Florida's Most Fantastic Inn
With The Most Comfortable
Surroundings in the best
South Sea Island tradition.

Food That Is
Out of This W'orld

This HOTEL that looks like a
South Seas hangout, is furnished
inside with lavish beds, chairs, '" to j
lamps and 'objets dart' fromI .if
the era of Million Dollar Man-
sions.

THE INN is constructed of Driftwood, supplemented by odd pieces of old timber.
DRIFTWOOD INN is a collection of the most unusual buildings and objects of art
one will find along the Atlantic Coast.


Recommended by:
Duncan Hines and
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Aerial view of Vero Beach.


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CHARCOAL RESTAURANT
and
A COCKTAIL LOUNGE
N N. U. S. 1 & 30th ST.
VERO BEACH, FLA.
PHONE 5856


7a4wian LOUNGE
3209 OCEAN DRIVE
VERO BEACH, FLA.

Relax and enjoy your favorite drink
in the exotic atmosphere of the South
Sea Isles . You'll find this unusual
lounge friendly as a native dance.


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PHONE 5835


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2502 N. FEDERAL HWY.
POMPANO BEACH, FLA.


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4 to 10:00 P.M.
Sunday & Holidays 1 to 10:00 P.M.
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Ft. Pierce ...
St. Lucie County. The climate is semi-tropical
with an average annual temperature of 72 degrees.
235 miles south of Jacksonville, 125 miles north
of Miami. It is a thriving, progressive city which
has been in the midst of an increasing growth
predicated on many factors such as agriculture,
fruit growing and processing, and foreign shipping
of fruit. The area is also noted for its large cattle
ranches. It is famous among sportsmen for the
variety of fish abounding in the waters of the
nearby ocean, Indian River, and St. Lucie River.
Fort Pierce is the present northern terminus of
the Miami-Fort Pierce sections of the new Sun-
shine State Parkway. Fine schools, churches, etc.


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On U. S. 1, Fla. 707 and A1A. 247 miles south
of Jacksonville, 110 miles north of Miami. Cli-
mate, average 70 in the winters and 80 in the
summers. Florida's finest drinking water. Schools,
Churches. Sandy, safe, public beach with lifeguard
on duty. Good accommodations. Excellent recrea-
tional facilities. Right on the Indian River, with
the ocean just across the Causeway, Jensen Beach
offers fishing, boating and swimming fun for
everyone. Jensen Causeway bridge spans are fa-
vored spots for jumbo snook.

VISIT BEAUTIFUL SILVER SPRINGS
WHERE 1,500,000 EAGER AND AMAZED -
VISITORS VISIT ANNUALLY.

THE VULTURE: She was a tiny thing, blonde
and petite and so feminine, but she ate like she
had a tapeworm. As she passed along her order
to the waiter in this expensive Chicago restaurant,
her companion mentally figured the cost and
groaned. "After the pheasant and the pomme
souffle, I'll have a filet mignon, some crdpessuzettes
and some imported cheese," she instructed. Then
she turned to her escort, "What do you suggest
I wash it down with, darling?" He thought for a tsld ha y
second. "How about Lake Michigan?" !-a

FOR THE TIME OF YOUR LIFE FISH IN
ANY OF THE PLACES ADVERTISED IN
THE GUIDE.
Tree-top fishing is said to be fun.




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Complete yachting facilities. Completely modern housekeeping
Charter boats available from our cottages, each with TV and Air
harbor. Conditioning. 5 minute drive to
ocean.
Small boats and motors to rent. 400 ft. fishing pier.
20 minute cruise to St. Lucie inlet Brochure and rates available upon
and ocean fishing, request.






Stuart ...
Population 5,000, county seat of Martin Coun-
ty. On Hwy. No. 1, 250 miles south of Jackson-
ville, 108 miles north of Miami. On the St. Lucie
and Indian Rivers. "Sailfish capital of the World."
Lovely parks, new library, excellent municipal
water plant, sewage disposal plant, theatre, shuf-
fleboard courts, fine baseball and football fields,
tennis and excellent golf course. Churches. At-
tractive residential areas, modest homes to beau-
tiful estates . in this "Land of Rivers." Served
by Fla. East Coast RR and Atlantic Coast Line
RR, Fla. Greyhound Bus Lines. Annual average
temperature is 74 degrees. Elevation 12 feet.
Fresh, salt and deep-sea fishing. Good accom-
modations, restaurants. Safe, wide bridges lead
to ocean beaches . lifeguards in attendance at
public beach. Bathe, sun-bathe, fish or collect sea
shells. Swim all year round. If you are a fisher-
man, this part of Florida is for you. Fresh water
lakes, streams and canals are in easy reach.


ARE YOU PLANNING TO LIVE
IN FLORIDA?

Florida welcomes new residents. If you want
information regarding prices of homes, land or
buying a business write to one or more local
real estate men who advertise in YOUR FLOR-
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Attractive Residential and Waterfront ,
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Farms and Acreage
Winter Rentals
Homesites-Resort Properties




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REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE
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Stay at the Lighthouse Hotel
Meet at the Lighthouse Bar
Rest in the Sailfish Room Cocktail Lounge
Write for Particulars
Make Early Reservations
Enjoy Your Vacation
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Jupiter

by BESSIE WILSON DuBoIs
ARCHEOLOGISTS tell us that Jupiter, on the lower
east coast of Florida, has been inhabited for nearly
2,500 years. The name Jupiter Inlet has appeared
on early Florida maps since 1770. Certainly this
place with its winding rivers and blue green tides
has a warm lived-in atmosphere and a feeling of
antiquity that has an unfailing attraction for new
residents and holds old ones wedded to its charms.
Since the name is odd and intriguing, many
people are interested in its origin, which goes
back to the first Spanish explorers who visited the
coast of Florida. The Herrera account of Ponce
de Leon's first voyage in 1513 seems to indicate
that he came in to Jupiter Inlet for wood and
water and to investigate the Indians. Menendez
visited the inlet in December and January of
1555-56. Here they found a tribe of the Jeaga
Indians who called themselves the Jobes, living
on the high shell mound near the inlet. It was
the custom to name the rivers for the nearest
Indians so the river flowing into the inlet became
the Jobes River, pronounced by the Spaniards,
"Hoe-bay." The town 8 miles north of Jupiter is
still known as Hobe Sound. When the English
arrived about 1763, the Hoe-Bay seemed the
Spanish version of Jove, which they in turn
changed to Jupiter, and it has never been altered.


The great shell mound overlooking the inlet
was at that time 600 feet long and over 20 feet
high. Its layers of oysters shell still show in
places the blackened remains of the campfires of
those pre-historic tribes who lived here as long
ago as 500 B.C. As we wonderingly handle the
broken pottery, celts, shells ornaments and tools
and other relics found in the mounds, it becomes
one of the most beguiling mysteries of the Jupiter
area. Tribes from far and near must have come to
feast on the luscious oysters, fish and game.
The first description of the Indians of this
section comes to us in the account of the ship-
wreck of Jonathan Dickinson on Hobe Sound
Beach, August 23, 1696. On a voyage from Port
Royal, Jamaica, to Philadelphia, the barkentine
Reformation with twenty-five persons including
passengers and crew aboard, was driven ashore in
a hurricane. As they huddled beneath a shelter
made from a sail, they were surrounded by fierce
savages, naked except for small aprons of plaited
palmetto and armed with Spanish knives. There
was a fearful and dramatic moment when with
prayerful Quaker resignation they awaited their
fate, and the Indians with knives at their throats
suddenly changed and spared their lives. They
were stripped of all clothing and the ship looted
after which they were herded down the beach to
the inlet. A few at a time, they were ferried across
the inlet to the rude shelters of the Indians on
the shell mound. They were later allowed to make
their way up the beach, naked and starving, and
reached St. Augustine after months of incredible
hardship. Their story was printed as a Quaker
tract, in 15 editions, and is an important contribu-
tion to Florida history.
Our nearby state park is named for Jonathan
Dickinson.
The Jupiter landmark is the red brick light-
house which stands on a high mound at the junc-
tion of the Indian and Loxahatchee Rivers and
the Jupiter inlet channel. The busy traffic of the
inland waterway passes before it and there is a
breathtaking view from its 105 foot tower. The
three branches of the Loxahatchee River winding
west, the Indian River and the Hobe Sound re-
sort on the north, the Atlantic Ocean with the
blue Gulf Stream glittering within sight of shore
on the east, the inland waterway, Juno and West
Palm Beach south, present a panorama encom-
passing one of the most beautiful parts of Florida.
The lighthouse was built shortly before the
Civil War and will celebrate the centennial of
its first lighting, July 10, 1960. It stands on a 61
acre tract which was part of the 9,088 acres of
the Ft. Jupiter reservation, set aside after the
Seminole Indian war. One of the engagements of
this war was fought on the Loxahatchee River,
Jan. 24, 1838. General Jessup received a dis-
figuring face wound as he attempted to lead the
Tennessee volunteers across the river.
Sam Colt, the inventor of the repeating rifle,
visited the General at Ft. Jupiter and demon-
started his weapon so successfully that fifty dra-
goons were equipped with them for their next
foray into the Everglades.
To most of the pioneers, the 1890's when the
Jupiter area was the transportation center of
southeast Florida and Juno was the county seat
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of Dade County, had all the enchantment of a
Rodgers and Hammerstein musical. Indian River
steamers docked across from the lighthouse. An-
other steamer found to be too large to navigate
the shallows was tied up here and became a float-
ing hotel. Distinguished guests, notably ex-Presi-
dent and Mrs. Cleveland, enjoyed fishing expe-
ditions from this hostelry. The steamers were met
by a narrow gauge train known from its stations
of Jupiter, Juno, Venus and Mars (both very
mythical) as the Celestial Railroad. The genial
engineer greeted his passengers by playing Dixie
on the whistle and was always willing to stop for
a little hunting if the travelers wanted to bag a
deer or turkey. The fare for this seven and a half
mile trip was ten cents a mile. At the head of
Lake Worth the passengers again continued their
trip south by boat. Pioneers remember with de-
light the dances at the old Dade County court-
house with the little train chugging in loaded with
flounced ladies young and old from the neigh-
boring homesteads, and uniformed, mustachioed
young men from the lighthouse and the Jupiter
Life Saving Station on the beach.
All too soon Mr. Flagler's railroad came in.
The Celestial railroad was dismantled and shipped
off. The Indian River steamers were towed up the
Loxahatchee to rust away.
But Jupiter still has the atmosphere, salty as the
ocean, gay as the water skiers skimming down to
the inlet, steadfast as the lighthouse, as modern as
Mr. Perry Como teeing off at the Tequesta
Country Club. Jupiter is a unique and delightful
place to live.


Nell DuBois
REGISTERED REAL ESTATE BROKER
A1A HIGHWAY
JUPITER, FLORIDA


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JUPITER 4594 JUPITER 4651
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JUPITER, FLA.


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A SECLUDED COUNTRY-CLUB COMMUNITY

Unspoiled by commercialism, yet located conveniently between Palm Beach
and Hobe Sound, Tequesta offers the utmost to those seeking modest Country
Club living on Florida's climatically ideal East Coast.
Homes are springing up all through this private community, dotting the
natural waterfront and bordering the rolling green fairways.
A dream has come true. Be sure to see Tequesta and inquire now about large
wooded lots starting as low as $5,200. Ask for Brochure "FG."
Dow Finsterwald, PGA Champion, is the professional at Tequesta's now famous
18-hole golf course.

TEQUESTA, INC.
P. 0. Iox 906 Jupiter, Florida


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JUPITER INLET BEACH COLONY
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NORTH HOBE SOUND SHORES
A YACHT BASIN RESIDENTIAL SUBDIVISION OF DISTINCTION
On the Beautiful Intraeoastal Waterway
2 Miles North of Hobe Sound-4/2 Miles from St. Lucie Inlet
Landscaped with Royals and Native Palms
State Board of Health Approved Water System
100 BY 132 FT. YACHT BASIN HOMESITES
ON YACHT BASIN 100 FT. WIDE BY 6 FT. DEEP FOR YOUR BOAT.
PRICED FROM $39 FRONT FT. FOR YACHT BASIN PLOTS. FROM $850 A SITE FOR INTERIOR PLOTS.
To Reach Property: Drive 2 Miles Up First Avenue from Bridge Road, Hobe Sound.
Village Square JUPITER, FLORIDA Phone Jupiter 4511
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ANY OF THE PLACES ADVERTISED IN
THE GUIDE.


On U.S. 1--at Martin and
Palm Beach County Line
JUPITER, FLA.
MOTEL--1, 2 and 3 ROOM
EFFICIENCY APARTMENTS
"AIR CONDITIONED"
MAILING ADDRESS:
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ITS FINE HOTELS, NITE CLUBS, CASINOS,
RESTAURANTS and SHOPPING PLACES.


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JUPITER, FLORIDA
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Reasonable Rates
12 Miles North of West Palm Beach
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Juno, with a direct highway to the new Pratt-
Whitney industrial development, affords Ocean
frontage and inland waterway frontage. Swim-
ming-boating-water skiing and the world's best
fishing are all at your very door.

Riviera Beach ...
Estimated population 9,500. On Florida's East
Coast, U.S. Hwy. No. 1, just 280 miles south
of Jacksonville, 70 miles north of Miami. Aver-
age year round temperature 75 degrees. Golf,
tennis, bowling, softball, baseball, shuffleboard,
swimming-just name your sport and the Riviera
Beach area has it. More than 90 modern motels,
efficiency apartment houses and de luxe resort
hotels. Trailer park center of Palm Beach Coun-
ty. Churches of all denominations. Schools. Serv-
ed by Eastern Air Lines, National Air Lines,
Midet, Mackey, "Q" Airways, Riddle Air Freight;
Florida East Coast and Seaboard Railways; Grey-
hound Bus and Florida Cities bus lines. Modern
gateway to the sea, foreign-flag ships call by for
cargoes and port services. Daily sailings of Flor-
ida-Havana railroad car ferry vessels. Miles of
ocean and lake beaches. Phil Foster Park on the
Memorial Causeway has boat launching ramps,
a water ski area, roped off swimming area, picnic
and bar-b-que grounds, snack bar and restrooms.

VISIT BEAUTIFUL CYPRESS GARDENS. 4
WATER SKI SHOWS DAILY.


SEAFOOD
Crab Cakes
Deviled Crab
Snapper
Oysters
(In Season)
Scallops
Lobsters
Shrimp
New England
Clam
Chowder


7/Fpp RESTAURANT

PARK & PLAZA
SINGER ISLAND, RIVIERA BEACH, FLA.


STEAKS
CHOPS
CHICKEN
ROASTS
10 Different
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Phones;
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VICTOR 4-0002
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West Palm Beach...Palm Beach ..
The two cities are separated by Lake Worth, a
portion of the Intracoastal Waterway. West Palm
Beach is on U.S. No. 1, 287 miles south of Jack-
sonville and 67 miles north of Miami. Palm Beach
on the Atlantic and the Gulf Stream flows north-
ward about three miles off-shore. Elevation, sea
level to 18 feet. Population greater West Palm
Beach area 97,691. Annual temperature average
74.5. Served by Atlantic Coast Line and Seaboard
Air Line RR, Eastern Airlines, National, Mackey
and Q Airlines, Florida Greyhound. Important
Florida resort and a rapidly expanding commer-
cial center. Its entertainment and vacation activity
program is extensive and varied. Accommodations
of every type, from the exclusive hotels to the
more modest apartments and rooms, are available
with rates equally varied to put a vacation within
easy reach of every budget. Throughout the area
are top-notch restaurants, cocktail lounges and
night spots to cater to every taste. The climate,
the ocean, the beaches, and the metropolitan
facilities of a progressive tropical city are the
ingredients for a successful operation.


SOMETHING OF INTEREST FOR EVERY
MEMBER OF THE FAMILY AT ROSS
ALLEN'S REPTILE INSTITUTE. MILKING
OF SNAKES ALLIGATOR SHOW .
SEMINOLE INDIAN SHOW BEAUTIFUL
BIRDS & FLAMINGOS GUIDED TOURS


ARE YOU PLANNING TO LIVE
IN FLORIDA?
Florida welcomes new residents. If you want
information regarding prices of homes, land or
buying a business write to one or more local
real estate men who advertise in YOUR FLOR-
IDA GUIDE.


Owners of the George Apartments, on Singer
Island, West Palm Beach, Fla., are Betty J. Miller
and Vi March. Betty J. Miller has written a
hilarious book called "By George" of their ex-
periences on a 40 foot boat they purchased in
New York and brought down to Florida via the
Intracoastal Waterway. Neither of them having
ever owned a boat, or knowing anything of its
operation, makes it a must to read by any new
boat owner. The things they did are exactly the
things "Captains" dare not do. (Published by
Pageant Press Inc., 101 Fifth Ave., N.Y., N.Y.)


FOR A WONDERFUL TIME . FOLLOW
YOUR FLORIDA GUIDE. THE GUIDE
IS YOUR INTRODUCTION TO BETTER
LIVING.


POT LATCH
RESTAURANT
2601 BROADWAY at 25th ST.
West Palm Beach, Fla.


The Legend of "The Pot Latch"
YEARS AGO certain tribes of
SIndians along the eastern coast
of the United States practiced a
very hospitable custom . .
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RIVIERA BEACH, FLORIDA RESORT WEAR
THE HOME OF DISTINCTIVE NAME BRANDS
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Shop at THE ISLAND SMART SHOP.
Fr 1289 U.S. AlA, Riviera
Beach, Singer Island
Ph. Victor 4-3020
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On Famous Singer Island
PALM BEACH SHORES, FLA.


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AIR CONDITIONED HEATED
BEAUTIFUL PRIVATE BEACH
BEDROOM & EFFICIENCY APARTMENTS HOTEL ROOMS
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Guests at the George Apts. have a beautiful LOUNGE open for
their enjoyment year around . Wood burning fireplace . .
Air Conditioning ... Sound proof . Game Closet . .Tele-
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entertain your friends.

Wire-Write-Phone
For Rates and Reservations-
You're Under No Obligation

PHONE: WEST PALM BEACH, VICTOR 4-9140
115 INLET WAY, PALM BEACH SHORES, FLA.
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Arrives Gerona

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Arrives Habana


HAVANA GERONA (Isle of Pines)
905 907
7:00 A.M. 1:00 P.M.
7:30 A.M. 1:30 P.M.
GERONA HABANA
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7:45 A.M. 1:45 P.M.
8:15 A.M. 2:15 P.M.


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VUELOS:- 951 953 955
Leaves Habana 9:00 A.M. 12:00 M. 3:30 P.M.
~, Arrives Key West 9:30 A.M. 12:30 P.M. 4:00 P.M.
Ct_ 1 KEY WEST HABANA
VUELOS:- 952 954 956
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Delray Beach ...
Population 9,000. Is a rapidly growing East
Coast resort city, 18 miles South of West Palm
Beach and 50 miles North of Miami on Highways
U.S. 1 and State Route AIA. Excellent ocean-
front accommodations are available year round.
Golf may be enjoyed at the 18-hole Delray Beach
Country Club course. Many ardent fishermen are
lured here to "wet a line" during the annual fish-
ing tournament from December thru April.


Boca Raton . .
Population 5,000. City covers 13.1 sq. miles
with 10.3 miles of canals, waterways and lakes,
4.8 miles border on the ocean and there are 66
miles of paved streets. 43 miles north of Miami,
on U. S. I and State Route AlA. Annual mean
temperature 74.7. Served by Florida East Coast
and Seaboard RR, Greyhound Bus Lines. Schools,
churches. A wide range of spectator and active
sports is available. Municipal park with children's
equipment, tennis and shuffleboard. Boca Raton,
from the Spanish "Boca de Ratones" meaning
"mouth of the sharp pointed rocks," was first in-
habited by the Abaniki Indians, a branch of the
giant Caloosa Tribe, who built their burial mounds
on the banks of Lakes Boca Raton and Wyman.
Accommodations from the luxurious to the sim-
plest and most modern apartments and motels
scattered along the ocean front and inland. A 350
acre industrial area, zoned for desirable small
industries, is located on the Fla. East Coast RR.
Salt and fresh water fishing.


Deerfield Beach ...
Deerfield Beach is located in the heart of the
fabulous Gold Coast, midway between Palm
Beach and Miami (Fort Lauderdale is 15 miles
to the South) on Highways U.S. 1 and State
Route A1A. An Ocean Pier extending 1,000 feet
into the tropical blue Atlantic is a favorite spot
for anglers of all ages. Boating is a popular sport
-there are two yacht basins to serve the yachts-
man and sailboat enthusiast. A public beach with
spacious pavilion, picnic tables, shuffleboard
courts and showers are available for tourists to
enjoy. Golfers may tee off at nearby Boca Raton
Club and sightseers may ride a "Safari" train at
Africa U.S.A., one mile North on U.S. 1. This
is an ideal community for retirement or semi-re-


tirement. Important subdivisions are now being
developed where homes at all price levels are
available. Rich farm lands lie West of Deerfield
Beach yielding fine crops of winter vegetables.
Population 7,300. In Broward County. Average
year round temperature 74 degrees. Spacious
bathing beach. World's finest deep-sea, pier, surf
and bridge fishing. Yacht basin. Charter fishing
boats. Public recreation facilities. Served by Sea-
board Railway, Florida East Coast RR and two
routes of the Greyhound Bus Lines. Four North-
South highways traverse the area-Highway U.S.
1, AIA, Dixie, and Route 441. East and West
State Road 810 connects the Beach to the Main-
land.


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INDEPENDENT
AND GROUP TOURS
TO THE
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Boca Raton, Fla.
REAL ESTATE Phone 8621
and
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come to stay...
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or living in this fri'erSly city by the sea, with every con-
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living. Midway between the Palm Beaches and Miami,
it is but an hour away from all the glamour add
excitement of these famous resorts, while stop-
ping or. living in an atmosphere of quiet and / &'
dignity. Yes, we urge you to come and
see for yourself why we say, "If you
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Pompano Beach ...
Population approx. 20,000. Located Midway
between Palm Beach and Miami, just 34 miles
either way. Winter temperature 65 to 75 degrees.
Summer, 80 to 90. Served by Florida East Coast
and Seaboard RR, Greyhound Bus Line, Mackey
Airlines with service to Nassau and Havana and
Cubana Airlines to Cuba. U.S. Routes 1 and
441 and State Routes A1A and 5, north and south
and State Route 814 east and west, traverse the
area. The Florida Sunshine Parkway, a toll turn-
pike running from Fort Pierce to Miami, has a
local interchange and is the nearest point to the
Atlantic Coast along its entire length. Half million
dollar City Recreation Center with 18-hole golf
course, modern clubhouse, swimming pool, tennis,
shuffleboard courts and sports field. Churches.
Schools. Ocean bathing, water skiing. The City of
Pompano Beach sponsors all types of activities,
parties, square dancing, and social recreation for
all ages. At famous Hillsboro Inlet the Gulf
Stream flows closer to shore than at any other
point along the coast. Landmark of Pompano
Beach since 1907 is its famous Lighthouse at
Hillsboro Inlet.

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IN FLORIDA?
Florida welcomes new residents. If you want
information regarding prices of homes, land or
buying a business write to one or more local
real estate men who advertise in YOUR FLOR-
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HAVANA Cuba (Spanish)
Nov. 14; Dec. 1; Jan. 3, 23;
Mar.10,28(Easter Cruise); Apr.14
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KINGSTON
CIUDADTRUJILLO Dom.Rep.(Spanish)
SAN JUAN Puerto Rico (U.S.)
ST. THOMAS Virgin Islands (U.S.)
Nov.4,21; Dec.8; Jan.12; Feb.14;
Mar. 17; Apr. 4, 21; May 5,19;
June2,16,30;Julyl4,28;Aug.11,25
Sails 4 PM Returns 8 AM

Christmas/New Year's Cruise Dec.19
Jan. 30; Feb. 24 Sails 4 PM Returns 11 AM
CURACAO Netherlands W.Indies (Dutch)
CIUDAD TRUJILLO Dom. Rep.(Spanish)
PORT-AU-PRINCE Haiti (French)


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3-DAY WEEK-END HAVANA CRUISE 4-DAY HAVANA and NASSAU
Every Friday Dec. 12 thru Apr. 24 Every Monday All-Expense from $75.
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in Havana. ALL EXPENSE Sails Mon. 6 PM Returns Fri. 8 AM
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FOR BETTER LIVING
N. E. 27th St. on DIXIE HIGHWAY
POMPANO BEACH, FLORIDA



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LOVE REALTY
3685 N. FEDERAL HIGHWAY
POMPANO BEACH, FLA.
Ph: WEbster 3-3564
Branch Office-
1012 SOUTH STATE ROAD #7
HOLLYWOOD, FLA.
Phone: YU 3-1878









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FOR FINE FOODS
3332 ATLANTIC BOULEVARD
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Fort Lauderdale . .
Florida's "Venice of America." Population ap-
prox. 62,000. Temperature 75.5. On the Atlantic
Ocean, the Gulf Stream is only 2 miles off shore.
25 miles north of Miami and 42 miles south of
West Palm Beach. Average elevation 10 feet.
There are 268 miles of waterway, of which 135
miles are navigable waterways, within city limits.
Broward County International Airport is 3.7 miles
from the business district. U. S. Hwy No. 1 and
Fla. Hwy AIA and 84 pass through Fort Lauder-
dale. Fla. Hwy No. 7 and 441 pass nearby. Served
by Fla. East Coast RR and Seaboard Air Line
RR. Greyhound Bus Lines and Trailways Buses.
Port Everglades is the deepest port in the State
of Florida, about 2. miles from center of city.
There are 60 churches of various denominations.
Good schools. All civic clubs are represented.
Perfect climate, lovely beaches, luxury accommo-
dations and every recreation under the sun com-
bine to make Fort Lauderdale one of the nation's
favored tropical vacationlands.


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IN FLORIDA?
Florida welcomes new residents. If you want
information regarding prices of homes, land or
buying a business write to one or more local
real estate men who advertise in YOUR FLOR-
IDA GUIDE.


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ITS FINE HOTELS, NITE CLUBS, CASINOS,
RESTAURANTS and SHOPPING PLACES.


FOR THE TIME OF YOUR LIFE FISH IN
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1002 E. LAS OLAS BLVD.
FORT LAUDERDALE, FLA.

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We Make Original Designed Dresses
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IFLORIDA MILITARY ACADEMY


P. O. BOX 5185


Broward International Airport
FORT LAUDERDALE, FLA.


YEAR AROUND DAY and
RESIDENT SCHOOL
Students Accepted at anytime
during year
Grades-Preschool through
High School
COMPLETE ACADEMIC and
BUSINESS COURSES OFFERED
NEW Aviation Course Available
to H. S. Students
Individual Instruction and Attention
PRIMARY Objective is to develop character, discipline, and leadership,
Full Schedule of Athletics, Drill Teams, Drum and Bugle Corps.
OUTSTANDING SUMMER CAMP and SCHOOL
Cadets housed 2 to a Room, in light, airy, comfortable quarters.
"/ YEAR ROUND LOCATION
IN FLORIDA

For jfurthor information

COL. C. K. (Bob) YOUNG
Commanding Officer
P. O. Box 5185
FORT LAUDERDALE, FLA.
Phone:
JAckson 3-4733






Dania ...
Pop. 10,000. Average year-round temp. 75.2.
Elevation 11 feet. 19 miles north Miami. U.S. #1
runs through center of town. Served by Florida
East Coast Railroad and Seaboard Air Line RR.
Water transportation through Port Everglades.
Broward County International Airport. Four pri-
vately owned yacht basins. Theatres, modern
shopping center, hotels, motels and apartments.
Swimming, golfing, fishing, boating, shuffleboard,
tennis, horse racing, dog racing, jai alai, baseball.
Supervised recreation for the young people. An-
nual Tomato Festival. Small industry.


Hollywood-by-the-Sea . .
Pop. approx. 30,000. Located midway between
Miami and Ft. Lauderdale on U.S. 1 and A1A.
Average daily winter temperature is 70.3 degrees,
summer temperature average 79.9 degrees. Pri-
marily a resort city. Annual events are the Wo-
men's International Four-Ball Golf Tournament
and Men's International Four-Ball Golf Tourna-
ment, Fiesta Tropicale. Intercoastal Waterway
separates the beach from the mainland. Numerous
boats come from the north each year via this
scenic waterway. Good fishing is found off the
coast. Free city recreation program, including
dances, concerts, movies and variety shows pro-
duced at the Hollywood Bandshell located in
Young Circle Park. 64 industries currently appear
on the rapidly expanding industrial list. Good
schools, modern hospitals. Churches comprise vir-
tually every denomination. Six miles of munici-
pally owned beaches. 7 public parks and play-
grounds with recreational facilities. Famed racing
center; greyhound racing at the Hollywood Dog
Track, thoroughbred racing at beautiful Gulf-
stream Park. Accommodations range from one of
Florida's largest and most famed hotels to cot-
tages.


Hallandale ...
Broward County. Est. Pop. 8,000. Located half-
way between Ft. Lauderdale and Miami. Approx.
15 min. drive to Miami Beach, 30 minutes to Hia-
leah Race Track and within city limits are both
Gulfstream Park and Hollywood Kennel Club.
An unexcelled recreational program embraces all
the elements of entertainment-ocean bathing,
deep-sea and fresh water fishing, boating, fine
golf, racing, a myriad of outstanding sightseeing
attractions. A quiet, residential community-with
all the friendliness of small town living, yet with
the advantages of metropolitan life, only minutes
away. What was formerly a farming area is now
a secluded ocean community, catering to both
the home-maker and vacationer alike.

North Miami ...
Dade County. Population 27,000. Located ten
miles outside Miami proper, yet is within the
Metropolitan Miami district, and has available all
the advantages of the industrial, commercial, and
recreational centers of the Greater Miami area.
Equable climate, with no extremes. 2 municipally
owned swimming pools. Good schools and chur-
ches of every denomination. New Florida East
Coast RR station. Broad Causeway leading direc-
tly to the ocean, just a few minutes drive. Public
beach at Haulover Beach County Park. On the
eastern edge of the city is the industrial area. It
runs to light work, mostly aluminum extrusion,
chemicals, wood working and fiber-glass boat
building. Civic and fraternal organizations. Public
library. All types of accommodations, good res-
taurants. Adult Recreation Center with shuffle-
board courts; bridge, checkers, canasta and fre-
quent evening parties. Juniors will like the North
Miami Recreation Center which is located near
the east side pool. Tennis courts, baseball and
basketball offer a varied outlet for youthful verve.
There are four shopping areas with parking.


Seminole Indians live in native surroundings at Ross Allen's Reptile Institute at Florida's Silver Springs

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PHONE LOgan 4-1293
24 HOUR PHONE SERVICE
FOR APPOINTMENT


Your problem becomes ours
when you talk it over in our
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Percy's Steak House


COCKTAIL LOUNGE


1201 EAST HALLANDALE BEACH BLVD.
HALLANDALE. FLA.


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DINNERS FROM
4 P.M. 11 P.M.


Sunday and Holidays
1 P.M. 11 P.M.


Your Hosts: Dorothy and Percy Bergeron


PHONE:
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lucille R. srunner
REALTOR
16348 West Dixie Highway-North Miami Beach Phone WI 7-2567
Also Properties in
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JAMAICA AND THE BAHAMAS

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HOMES LOTS ACREAGE






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NORTH MIAMI, FLORIDIA ":
PACKAGE GOODS
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Hialeah and

Miami Springs

JAMES BRIGHT, pioneer of Florida cattle and
horse raising industry, and Glenn Curtiss, aviation
promoter, friends and partners, founded the neigh-
borly cities Hialeah ("Beautiful Prairie Flooded
With Light" in the language of the unconquered
Seminoles) and Miami Springs (source of water
supply for Miami and Miami Beach).
Lying between the Opa Locka Marine Air Sta-
tion and the Miami International Airport the two
cities are separated by the navigable Miami Canal,
parallel to which runs the important Okeechobee
Road (U. S. No. 27) into the Everglades.
Beautiful Miami Springs, at whose famous
Country Club is played the 32 year old Miami
Open, has grown in population from 402 in 1930
to more than 10,000. Most of its residents live
in their own homes and enjoy the state's highest
median family income. Miami Battle Creek, the
great sanitarium founded by Dr. John Harvey
Kellogg, enjoys a world-wide reputation.
Recreation programs operate efficiently in both
cities, serving all age groups. Miami Springs has
a new collegiate gymnasium and Olympic type
swimming pool. There are five public pools in the
area. Hialeah has eight parks including a munici-
pal playground with football field. Dining facili-
ties for 1,000 are available at both the Miami
Springs Villas and Hialeah Auditorium where
boxing bouts, expositions and dances are held.


ARE YOU PLANNING TO LIVE
IN FLORIDA?
Florida welcomes new residents. If you want
information regarding prices of homes, land or
buying a business write to one or more local
real estate men who advertise in YOUR FLOR-
IDA GUIDE.


Opa-loekua . .
The tale of the City of Opa-Locka, originated
many thousands of years ago, centered around a
beautiful maid called Scheherazade.
The lovely Scheherazade began to weave the
Arabian Tales of One Thousand and One Nights,
in an effort to save her life, as her husband de-
creed she must die unless she made interesting his
evenings.
From the telling of the first tale, began the
story of Opa-Locka, originally named Op-a-tish-
cha-wah-a- lock-a. These tales of the Arabian
Nights, woven by the beautiful maid, lived on
through the centuries and men and women were
inspired to write, create and build.
This is the City and it was to be named after
the Seminole Indian word, (Op-a-tish-cha-wah-
a-lock-a) which means a particular type of oak
hammock that grew on the west side of LeJeune
Rd., in what was called Section 22, township 52
south, range 41 East. The Seminoles translated
the word "high and dry hammock."


VISIT

S Miami's Newest

ATTRACTION


More than 40 Huge


Dioramas ---Life Size Figures




THE WAX MUSEUM


BISCAYNE BOULEVARD at 139th STREET







INTERNATIONALLY FAMOUS


OLD SCANDIA

Opa Locka, Fla.
The Place For Authentic Scandinavian Smorgasbord


AW I
A Variety of The Finest In Smorgasbord


Many Fine Foods

Served in the Viking Manner
From a Snack to a Full Course
Dinner You'll Find Old
Scandia The Ideal Spot to Bring
Your Family and Friends Again 0
and Again. Q t n fI


The Stalwart Viking
Ship symbolizes the,
common heritage of
the three countries.
It also represents
their common bond
with this continent.
and in just such a
ship America was
discovered.


The Three
Crowns of
Old Scandia's
Coat of Arms
represent the
three Scandi-
navian King-
doms-


This Evening "Set Your Sail"
for Old Scandia and Your
Course Will Lead You to the
Finest In Famous Smorgasbord
and International Cuisine.

Your Hosts:
Mr. and Mrs. Holger Johansen
Phone MU 8-9240








THE MIAMI AREA


Miami's Famous Skyline


nTere is uOniy une va iamn
Miami's climate is regarded as her greatest as-
set, featured by a long, warm summer, with abun-
dant rainfall, followed by a mild, dry winter. The
climate from June to September averages 81 de-
giees-December to March 69 degrees. It is near-
ly 300 miles farther south than Cairo, Egypt.
According to the best authorities, the name
MIAMI comes from the Calusa Indian word
MAYAIMI, meaning "Big Water."
Miami is conversation topic around the world
because of its semi-tropical climate and amazing
growth. Miami is a city of national and inter-
national importance because of its unique po-
sition as the "Gateway" to the Caribbean and
Latin America. The first white settlement was
established in 1567 and in 1896 when Miami was
incorporated it had only 343 registered voters. In
the same year one of Miami's now nationally fa-
mous department stores was only a trading post
for Seminole Indians. In 1907 the first ferry
opened between Miami and Miami Beach. Wood-
en Collins Toll Bridge, the first of five causeways,
opened in 1913. In 1926 it was replaced by Vene-
tian Causeway. MacArthur Causeway was op-
ened in 1920. 79th St. Causeway in 1928. Ricken-
backer Causeway, (connecting Miami with Bis-
cayne Key) in 1947. The latest is Broad Causeway
joining the area north of Miami at 125th St. with
Surfside just north of Miami Beach opened Oct.
14, 1951.
Population 400,000-last count-we know that
it is terrifically more at this writing.

WHAT TO WEAR IN MIAMI
Please don't wear short-short trunks or bathing
suits on our avenues. Sports clothes are the uni-
versal attire of Miami, except at night. Cocktail
dresses and evening wear at night, at the smarter
places, are in order. Men to wear ties and coat.
You won't need heavy clothing in Miami, but oc-
casionally cooler breezes come, so bring a sweater
or a light coat. Comfort, without too much in-
formality, is the keynote.


LET US STRESS AGAIN-DO NOT WEAR
SHORT SHORTS OR BATHING SUITS ON
OUR AVENUES! ONLY IN BATHING AREAS.

Jacksonville . .
The northeastern gateway to Florida. (Popu-
lation 300,000). 35 miles south of the Florida-
Georgia state line. It is considered the commercial
capital of the State. Jacksonville is recreational,
residential and industrial Florida. It is a gracious
cosmopolitan city, situated in a setting of scenic
beauty, with beautiful boulevards, parks and
homes. Nearby Jacksonville Beach provides sea-
shore recreation facilities for all.
St. Augustine ...
Population est. 30,000. In St. Johns County.
Average elevation 27 feet above sea level. The
aiea has a mean temperature between May and
October of 77.7 degrees and between November
and April 61.3 degrees. St. Augustine Beach is at
low tide 503 feet wide and is known as the
World's Widest Driving Beach. St. Augustine has
the largest Art Colony in the South. For amuse-
ment there are theaters, golf, boating, hunting,
fishing, tennis, surfbathing, bicycling, sightseeing,
bowling, water-skiing, skating, picnics and just
relaxing. Churches of leading denominations.
Served by Florida East Coast Railway and Grey-
hound Bus Lines. Restaurants range from the
ultra modern to candlelighted patios in the Old
Spanish quarter. Accommodations of all types.
All leading organizations. St. Augustine has re-
tained much of its Spanish architecture and is a
favorite for tourists. There is much of historical
interest in the city.

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Two nights at sea, two days and a 4
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FT. LAUDERDALE ....................20 minutes
WEST PALM BEACH .................55 minutes
MIAMI BEACH OCEANFRONT .......... 8 minutes
GULFSTREAM PARK (horse racing) .... 8 minutes
DANIA JAI ALAI FRONTON ...........23 minutes
BISCAYNE KENNEL CLUB ............ 8 minutes
HOLLYWOOD DOG TRACK .............13 minutes
HIALEAH PARK (horse racing) ........15 minutes
MIAMI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT ....20 minutes
MIAMI (downtown business district) ..25 minutes



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MIAMI, FLA.
Phone:
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Miami Bench ...
Dade County. Population est. 52,000. Aver-
age yearly temperature 76.6. The climate is es-
sentially subtropical marine, featured by a long,
warm summer, with considerable rainfall, fol-
lowed by a mild, dry winter. The island is a mile
or less wide and about ten miles long in a north-
south direction and is separated from the main-
land by Biscayne Bay, which varies from 1 to 3
miles wide. Three causeways connect it with the
city of Miami. Elevation-average 5 feet above
sea level. Miami Beach's chief industries are
identified with tourism, accommodations, purv-
eyors, retail trades, service trades, and profes-
sions. It is one of the famous shopping centers
of the world, with many service facilities to
serve both the visitors and residents. Miami Beach
is also America's most modern convention city,
with tw6 municipal auditoriums, many hotel meet-
ing rooms, and outstanding accommodations and
service facilities. Approximately 1,800,000 tour-
ists visit the city in one year. About 750,000 of
these come in the summer season from May to
November and 1,050,000 in the winter season
from December through April. The greatest num-
ber of tourists and residents staying in Miami
Beach at one time is 140,000 in the peak of the
winter season. February and/or March.
Served by Miami International Airport with
approx. thirty regularly scheduled airlines and
approx. 13 non-scheduled airlines. 2 trunk line
railroads have passenger and freight facilities and
depots in Miami. There are three causeways to


Miami: MacArthur, North Bay, and Venetian.
The Port of Miami is serviced with regular coast-
wise and inter-coast steamships. In addition, there
are regularly scheduled sailings from the Port of
Miami to practically all Caribbean and South
American ports.
15% of the city's land area is devoted to re-
creation. Miami Beach has 706 acres of public
parks including 8 beach parks and 15 play-
grounds. There are 2 municipal golf courses, 1
private course, and a municipal golf driving
range. The city has 2 municipal auditoriums, 25
tennis courts, plus facilities for basketball, hand-
ball, shuffleboard, ping pong, football, etc. In
3 community centers, free dances, shows and
other activities offer recreation. Bus and boat
sightseeing tours are available.
Miami Beach is famous for its 397 hotels and
30,000 hotel rooms. Many of these hotels are
rated among the most luxurious of resort hos-
telries. In addition there are 2,300 apartment
buildings with more than 23,000 apartments.
Miami Beach is a compact city with no part
of it more than a half mile from water. Its cli-
mate is mild and steady, with only a 13-degree
difference between winter and summer tempera-
ture average of 68 and 81 degrees.
Activities include surf, pool and sun bathing,
fishing, boating, golf (on two excellent municipal
courses within the city limits), tennis, sightseeing,
shopping for next year's styles, theatricals, oper-
atic and other musical attractions, and various
sports in season.










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17875 COLLINS AVENUE
MIAMI BEACH 41, FLORIDA


Everything


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Beauty, serenity, solid comfort await you, where
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600 ft. of Private Beach Magnificent Swimming Pool
DOUBLE ROOMS AND STUDIO SUITES WITH PICTURE WINDOWS
EACH ROOM HAS ITS OWN PRIVATE SUN-TERRACE ...
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ELEVATOR


COFFEE SHOP
UNDERGROUND GARAGE
SERVICE


Luxury, 7-'ospitality and Courteous Informality ..
in a relaxing atmosphere
WRITE FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ON RATES & ACCOMMODATIONS
AUBREY MAURA, Jr., Mgr. Ph: Miami WI 7-3421









For The Health and Future of Your Children
There Is No Better Investment Than In
Florida Real Estate


FORT PIERCE, FLA.
U. S. HIGHWAY No. 1
PHONE 2117


VERO BEACH, FLA.
U. S. HIGHWAY No. 1
PHONE 5415


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BEAUTIFUL HOME SITES From $1295 up-TERMS
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Realtor
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MIAMI MIAMI BEACH CHICAGO

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AUTO RENTALS, INC.


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MAIN OFFICE: 1132 15th STREET, MIAMI BEACH
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New York City .. ... JU 2-1546
Long Island, N.Y... FAr Rock. 7-6519
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* Supervised Children's
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DIRECTLY ON THE OCEAN & 174th ST., MIAMI BEACH






Coral Gables . .
Dade County, Population 29,210. The city lies
to the west and southwest-of Miami. U. S. 1 and
Tamiami Trail TU. S. 41). Approximately 121/4
square miles of land area. Although primarily a
residential community, the city's business districts
offer goods and services of almost every kind,
and has become a center for many general and
specialized medical, dental and professional serv-
ices. The city's industrial section contains a num-
ber of clean and smokeless light industries, and
includes manufacturers of communications and
radio systems, novelties, awnings, wrought iron,
hosiery, venetian blinds, lumber, concrete prod-
ucts and others. Municipal bus terminal. Three
banks. Golf courses. University of Miami, located
in Coral Gables, has a registration of over 10,000
students. Churches of'all denominations.
Miracle Mile (central shopping area), Vene-
tian Pool, Fairchild Tropical Gardens, Tahiti
Beach and Matheson Hammock. Horse racing at
Tropical Park, golf, swimming, fishing and tennis.
City well planned and beautiful in its layout.
Largo . ,
Pinellas County. Population approx. 6500. 4 mi.
from Clearwater, 16 miles north of St. Petersburg,
with Tampa 24 mi. to the east. An agricultural
community. Cattle raising. Served by Seaboard &
Atlantic Coast Line RR., National, Eastern,
Northeast, Trans-Canada, & Mackey Airlines.
Aerovias Sud Americana Inc., (which is one of
the largest air freight lines), Gulf Coast Motor
Lines, Greyhound Lines, Tamiami Trailways. Ex-
cellent paved highways. Excellent accommoda-
tions. Town Park with shuffleboard courts. Sun-
ning and swimming may be enjoyed the year
around on the upper Gulf beaches. Shopping cen-
ter, schools & churches. Pinellas County Fair and
Horse Show held each year at height of tourist
and harvest season. Largest County Fair in the
Southeast.


Florida City, Homestead, Perrine .
Redland District. Population estimated at 60,-
000. Many light industries are located here and
about 30,000 acres are farmed annually. The
Redland District is' known as the nation's winter
vegetable basket. Most of the fresh fruit and
vegetables eaten during the winter months in the
eastern half of the U.S.A. are grown here. Flowers
and ornamental plants are delivered daily to
Northern wholesale markets. Average daily tem-
perature during the summer is 85 degrees, and
during the winter is 75 degrees, making this sec-
tion suitable for outdoor sports, including swim-
ming, the year round. 25 miles south of Miami.
Transportation-Florida East Coast RR freight
and railway express line; Seaboard Air Line RR
freight line; Greyhound Bus Co. passenger serv-
ice. Homestead Bayfront Park, 8 miles east of
city provides wide sandy beaches, playgrounds,
ocean bathing, boat basin and boat rentals. Many
civic organizations.

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WAHOO
Acanthocybium solandri (Cuvier & Valenciennes)
Why he is called the wahoo we don't know,
unless the fisherman feels like emitting a lusty
"Wahoo!" when this line-stripper of the ocean
lanes turns his reel into a "hot-box." Markedly
like the king mackerel, it so strikingly resembles
that fish that the two are often confused. Abun-
dant on both East and West Coasts of Florida.
Prominent vertical stripes. Of fair food value.


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1456 South Federal Highway
P. O. Box 512
HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA
Specializing in:
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