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ENJOY MIAMI-REBUILD YOUR HEALTH


NAME APTS. ROOMS RATES
Nara Visa 8 4 Season $450-600
o-Navarre 8 4 Season $500
Newcomer 10 3 Mo. $50
during season
Newman 12 4 Mo. $50
during season
No Name 5 3-4-6 Season $600-1200
No Name 4 5 Season $900
Nolte 3 3-4 On application
North Gate 8 4 Mo. $60
during season
North Gate 8 4 Mo. $60
during season
Norwood Hall 8 4 Mo. $80
during season

Oaklynn 10 2-3-4 Mo. $40-75
during season
x-Ocean Beach 12 4-5 On application
x-Ocean Drive 12 3-4 Season $500-2500
o-O'Leary F. J.
Building 36 1-2-3 Season $360-600
Olethian Court 32 2-3 Season $330-900
Olmstead 12 4 On application
Orange Park 12 5 On application
Osceola 12 4 On application
Osceola Court 8 3-5 Season $500-900

Palms, The 12 4 Season $600-900
Palm Grove 24 4 Season $400-600
Palmetto 24 4 On application
Pamason 4 5 Mo. $85-100
during season
Pelican 28 3 On application
x-Pennsylvania 28 1-4 Mo. $85-100
during season
Pierson 4 4 On application
Pine Ridge 8 4 On application
o-Pinta, The 6 3-4-6 Mo. $50-100
during season
Point View 6 5 Mo. $100
during season
o-Ponce de Leon
Entrance to 23 1-5 Mo. $60-250
Coral Gables during season
Ponciana 12 2-4 On application
Pound 8 3-1 Season $350-500
Powers Villa 26 3-4 Season $350-750
Priscilla 13 2 On application
Prospect Heights 12 4 Mo. $50-60
year round
Quinn 12 2-3 Mo. $40-80
during season

Rancocas 31 1-2 On application
Randle Hill 12 4 On application
Regent 10 4-5 Mo. $75-90
during season
Renault 15 1-2 On application
Ren Rew 14 2-3 Mo. $60-125
during season
Ricardo 12 3-4 On application
Rittenhouse 15 2-3-4 Season $250-375
Riverdale 4 5 Season $900
River View 26 2-3 On application
Rockland 16 3 Season $350-750
x-Roosevelt 81 1-2 On application
Rosedale 8 4 On application
Royal Palm 4 4 Season $1000
Ruth 28 1-3-4 On application

Sanborn 8 3 Mo. $50-75
during season
o-San Sebastian 145 1-2-3 On application
S. & B. Apts. 17 3-4 On application
Schmidt 24 2-4 On application
x-Seville 4 4 On application
x-Shelbourne 30 1-2-3 On application
Shirley 12 3 Mo. $45-60
during season
Smith 17 3-4 Season $450-1000
Smith Cottage 41 2-4 Mo. $35-50
during season


NAME APTS. ROOMS RATES
Southampton 4 3 Mo. $75-100
during season
Spalding 4 5 Mo. $90 and up
during season
Spring Garden 6 5 Season $600-700
Staplin 8 4 Mo. $50-90
during season
Sterling 29 3 On application
St. Denis 4 4 Season $750
St. Regis 18 4 Mo. $60
during season
Sunset Park 28 3-4 On application
Superior 8 3 Mo. $75
during season
Sutton & Gibson 16 4 Mo. $75
during season
Suwanee 8 4 Mo. $50-75
during season
Swananoa 24 3 On application
Sylvania 8 4 Season $500-750
Taylor 8 3 Mo. $50-75
during season
x-Terrace 140 2-3 Mo. $50-100
during season
Terry 8 2-3 Mo. $30-50
during season
Theresa 10 2 On application
Tivoli 14 4 On application
Totowa 5 3-4-5 Season $450-900
Tresper 14 2-3-5 Mo. $60-150
during season
x-Trianon 44 1-3 On application
Tuckerhouse 5 1-4 On application
Tuttle Apt.
Hotel 80 1-2-3 On application
Valencia 51 1-2-3 Season $300-950
Van D'Eldon 18 2-3 Mo. $50-100
during season
Vedado 18 3 Mo. $50-60
during season
Vedado Bldg. 5 4 Mo. $100
during season
Vendome 11 3-4 Season $600-900
o-Venetia 21 1-4-5 Season $900-2550
x- Venetian
Manor 35 1-3-4 Season $425-1150
Vera 4 4 On application
Victory 18 4 On application
Villa Mae 4 5 Season $300
Villa Terrace 6 5 On application
Vivian 4 4 Season $600-750
Vivian 23 1-2-3 On application
Wall 12 3 Season $300-425
Wallace 4 4 Mo. $50
during season
Walton 8 3 On application
Webb 6 4-5 Season $600 and up
We.ch 12 2-3 Mo. $75-100
during season
We'ls 4 4 Oa application
Wentworth 20 3-4 On application
Westmoreland 5 5 On application
Wilbourne 4 Mo. $75
during season
Wildorn 6 4-5 Season $300-850
Williams 24 2-3 Mo. $75-100
during season
Winona 24 1-3-4 Season $325-525
Winton Court 20 1-2 Mo. $50-100
during season
Witherspoon 12 3 On application
Wolnert 18 2 On application
Woodward 30 1-2 On application
Wychwood 12 3-4 On application
Wynwood 8 3 Mo. $60-65
during season
Yacht Club 6 4 Season $2000
York 18 2 Mo. $37.50-50
during season
o-Zamora 4 5 Mo. $75
during season








MIAMI--TRUE FOUNTAIN OF YOUTH


Youth Welcomes You To the City of Youth


PERHAPS not the fabulous sparkling
fount sought so vainly by Ponce de
Leon four hundred years ago-but
a more attainable one at which thousands
have been refreshed and rejuvenated.
Miami's contribution to America is
the renewal of youth
through the magic
of sunny days when MI
blue skies are re- "
"There was no hea
flected in the beauty The dwellers their
of far-flung ocean Nor wither with t
and bay; through But each man kee,
the witchery of cool, When first he saw
The night falls ne
moonlit nights Nor never burns t
when the tropical But such soft ligh
breeze whispers in Shines, as in silve
t h e palm fronds. Before the sun ha
Drink of the golden -AND
juice of the orange "The
fresh plucked from
the heavy laden
bough and of the fragrant milk of the
coconut just fallen from its leafy perch
-and you will have quaffed of the real
Fountain of Youth which is Miami's!
In the universal quest of mankind for
longer and healthier life, the efficacy of
Miami's climate has long been proven by
the steady influx of population south-


ward. Men and women, whose business
or social affairs make year-round resi-
dence in Miami impossible, compromise
by spending at least the winter months in
Miami, minimizing their health hazards
at the most dangerous season of the year
in northern climes
and conditioning
MI their bodies to carry
on the remainder of
heat, no cold,
were never old, the year.
waning time, Men, whose finan-
the age he had cial status enables


hat fairy clime. them to choose from
r from on high, te h r
e heat of noon, the health resorts of
eternally the world, select
dawns of June Miami as the city
climbed the sky." offering the most
EW LANG, outstanding benefits.
fortunate Islands" And the same in-
ducements of cli-
mate and healthful
outdoor living that tempt the man of un-
limited income are open to the man of
limited means.
What would it be worth to you to add
ten years of useful, zestful living to your
life-ten years more to spend with your
family who need your guidance, ten years
more to complete that development to-


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Music and Sunshine Bring Back Health and Youth


ward which you are bending every effort,
ten years more in which to enjoy all the
treats which you have been promising
yourself through all these busy years of
accomplishment?
Would you take the same risks, the
same gambling chances with your busi-
ness that you are taking with your
health? It is only the strongest consti-
tution that can stand the constant strain
of overwork to which the average exe-
cutive subjects his mind and body. At
least sixteen hours a day and often more,
the average business man of the north
is in a constant state of tension, his
lungs aggravated by breathing the con-
taminated air of crowded cities. He eats
heavy meals hurriedly in an atmosphere
of smoke, has little time for exercise,
steps from over-heated rooms into the
chill of the winter out-of-doors, sleeps
jerkily and troubled at night and rises
tired in the morning for another day of
the same regime.
The idea of a vacation from his en-
deavors is pushed aside as an impossi-
bility. Until one day, that body and
mind which has been overworked so in-
considerately, rebels! Faced with the
necessity of a complete change in his


habits or the prospect of quitting this
earth for the next, the man is forced to
allow others to carry on his affairs en-
tirely.
Would it not have been wiser to have
made an investment in health through the
years along with his other business prob-
lems, to have taken out a little time each
year to lay up health assets instead of
letting the red side of the ledger fill up
until he was a health bankrupt?
Would it not have been better to con-
sider that the most important thing in the
world to every man is the lengthening of
his life as so many have accomplished
by spending their winters in Miami,
Florida? Every man is entitled to the
three score and ten years of usefulness al-
lotted him and as many more years of
life as right living has gained for him.
The one investment every man can
afford, regardless of his circumstances, is
an investment in a longer life of ac-
complishment. Dame Nature, the best
doctor in the world, makes her home and
headquarters in Miami, and administers
pleasant doses of rejuvenating sunlight,
salt air, relaxing surroundings, fresh
fruits and vegetables all winter, inter-





MIAMI-THE PLACE PONCE DE LEON SOUGHT 3


Daily Calisth

spersed with zest-inspiring outdoor exer-
cise.
And the best part of all, the charges
are nominal, the treatment "easy to take."
Make An Investment In Health
C APTAINS of industry, men who are
internationally known, have given
evidence of their faith in the tonic bene-
fits of the climate of Florida in general
and Miami in particular by making an-
nual pilgrimages to the magnificent
estates they maintain in Florida, where
they give their bodies an opportunity to
condition for their strenuous activities.
John D. Rockefeller, hale and hearty
at eighty-eight, has enjoyed his winter
golfing in Florida for years. Henry
Ford, Thomas A. Edison and Harvey
Firestone are a friendly trio of winter
residents of whom the state is proud.
William Jennings Bryan was an enthusi-
astic resident of Miami, attributing much
of the usefulness of his later years to the
climatic benefits of his chosen home.
The development of Miami is marked
by the milestones of the men who came
south ailing or broken in health and,
gaining a new grip on life, devoted the
extended period in taking on heavier re-


entic Class

sponsibilities, preparing the way for the
other seekers after longer years of life.
Henry M. Flagler first visited Florida
seeking a mild climate in which to re-
build his impaired health. He was so
charmed with the climatic benefits that
he extended the Florida East Coast rail-
road southward, establishing great hos-
telries along the way that others might
enjoy similar benefits. After construc-
ting the railroad to Palm Beach and
building the imposing hotels there, he
sought a still milder climate and extend-
ed the steel rails to the southernmost part
of the peninsula, the famous Royal Palm
Hotel being his contribution to Miami.
Another prominent American, who
sought Nature's healthful therapy of this
section in extending his age was William
Deering, head of the famous Harvester
Trust of Chicago.C His sons, James and
Charles Deering also came to Miami in
their later years and built here palatial
show-places where they and their friends
might rejuvenate their youth.
T was quest after the life-extension
qualities of Miami's equable climate
and escape from the rigors of northern
winters that brought Rev. Dr. Solomon





4 GOLDEN SUNSHINE ADDS GOLDEN YEARS


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5,000 Acres of Vitamine-filled Winter Tomatoes


Greasley Merrick here some thirty years
ago. After establishing a home in the
midst of his orange, grapefruit, avocado
and mango groves, he planned a colony
where retired ministers, scientists and
artists might add years to their service to
the world. This thought was the con-


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ception of the beautiful residential sub-
urb of Coral Gables, later developed by
his son, George E. Merrick.
Carl Fisher, creator of the stupend-
ous development of Miami Beach, found
health here and wise business man that
he is, participates in the outdoor sports
available here every day in the winter.
James A. Allison, Indianapolis capitalist,
chose Miami as his permanent home be-
cause of its unrivalled climate and the
therapeutic benefits derived therefrom.
Citing but a few of the men who add
years to their lives by taking advantage
of Miami's marvellous winter climate
sounds like skimming the cream of the
nation's "Who's Who." Cyrus H. K.
Curtis, head of the Curtis Publishing
Company, winters here on his palatial
yacht, "Lyndonia." Col. R. M. Thomp-
son, president of the American Olympic
Association, entertains his associate every
winter on his houseboat "Everglades" in
these waters. Arthur Curtis James, who
probably owns more railroad stock than
any other man in the United States, not
only maintains a show-place here but al-
so anchors his yacht, "Aloha" in Bay Bis-
cayne.






MIAMI OUTDOOR LIFE WILL REJUVENATE YOU 5


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Exercising to the Tune of Ocean Waves


H ERE is Admiral's Row, where these
exalted old "sea-dogs" have come to
permanent anchor after retirement from
active naval duties. Admiral C. J. Boush
and Admiral Willard H. Brownson are
two of the five who established this ex-
clusive little colony after sea-faring all
over the world. Brigadier General Rich-
ard L. Hoxie of Washington recuperates
in Miami during the winter season and
avoids the hazards of the inclement win-
ters of his northern home. Commodore
A. A. Schantz of Detroit and Commodore
C. W. Kotcher are among the prominent
winter visitors.

M M. Belding, famous silk manufac-
turer, Clarence W. Barron, well
known editor of the Wall Street Journal
and other publications, James M. Cox,
Democratic presidential nominee and pub-
lisher of newspapers, M. P. Moseley, New
York banker, W. G. McCormick, John B.
Semple, George Ade, Henry Ford, Ed
Howe, famous journalist, John Golden,
Hon. A. Mitchell Palmer, ex-Governor
Gifford Pinchot, Senator T. Coleman Du-
pont-are but a few of the nationally
known men who make annual visits to
Florida to recuperate from the strain of


business activities, thus adding to their
years. It is the powerful magnet of
Miami's magical youth-renewing climate
that draws men such as these year after
year to bask in Miami's sunlight in pre-
ference to all other climes in the world.


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Wafting Coconut Fronds Invite Repose


The Value Of Miami As a Health Resort

Just 152 years ago, the late Thomas Jeffreys, Geographer to his Majesty,
the King, George III, wrote the following about Miami in his "compendious de-
scription and an historical account of that section of East Florida:"
"The mildness of all the seasons and the wholesomeness of the climate
became a proverb among its first masters, who went thither from Havanna, Vera
Cruz, and elsewhere for the recovery of their impaired health. This section has
the greatest part of the fruit trees of the New World. The air is very pure, and
the Spaniards here lived to a very great age; it has been observed that the ninth
regiment was twenty months in garrison without losing a single man due to the
salubrious climate."


Statement by Members of Dade County Medical Society


,r- ~HE natural elements have assisted
in making Miami an ideal health
resort, in that its temperature varia-
tions are only slight and gradual during
the day and night, summer and winter-
this may be verified by government wea-
ther reports. The value of this condi-
tion in various diseases is recognized by
the majority of local physicians and by
most of the leading physicians of North
America.
"Chronic diseases are markedly bene-
fitted by their stay in Miami. Hyperten-
sion (high blood pressure) and cardio-
vascular and renal diseases (heart and
kidney diseases) are not subjected to the
sudden changes of temperature and se-


vere surface chilling of the northern cli-
mates, but on the contrary, the balmy air
of this climate by its uniformity of tem-
perature assists superficial circulation and
skin elimination. This is also of great
value in arthritis (rheumatism) since the
elimination of poisonous products can
be assisted by better functioning of the
skin and other excretory organs. Vari-
ous chronic skin diseases are assisted to
ultimate recovery by the actinic thera-
py available in our constant sunlight.
"The statement has often been made
that any person reaching middle age may
add at least ten years to his span of life
because the heart and kidneys are spared
much unnecessary strain in this climate.





REGAIN YOUR YOUTH IN PALM-LAND 7


Royal Palms Have No Peer


We find the normal blood pressure about
fifteen points lower than is considered
normal in colder climates. The acute
infections such as pneumonia and bron-
chitis, which take such a toll during this
period of life, occur far less, frequently
and less severely and consequently less
resistance and vitality are required for
the struggle of life than is necessary
where these infections are more prevalent.
"The value of heliotherapy, available
in unlimited amount in our highly actinic
sunshine, is well recognized in low grade
non-specific respiratory infections of all
age periods and in malnutrition among
children and adults.
"Miami is an excellent playground in
any age of life; it is a vacation land for
the tired business man who needs recre-
ation and for those past middle life, it
offers an extension of several years of
happiness."
-"The Dade County Medical Society"
Statement of Hamilton Hopkins of Hibis-
cus Island, Miami Beach, Fla.
"MIAMI sunshine and the remarkable
tonic qualities of the salt air
have worked what amounts to a miracle
almost in the case of a six-year old child,
whose name will be cheerfully furnished


Who Put the Milk in the Coconut?


to any inquirer. In the fall of 1926 this
child, who had never been able to walk
and had been suffering from a bad case
of rickets for the six years of its life was
brought to Miami Beach, being carried as
always on a pillow.
"The first treatment by experiment
was to take the child dressed in a woolen
bathing suit to the beach and place it on
the sand for a short half-hour. After
two or three days of this method, the
the bathing-suit was exchanged for one of
lighter fabric, as the child's skin became
more accustomed to the sun's rays. Then
after a few more days, the child was
placed on the sand without any suit at
all, so that the full value of the curative
rays might be felt.
"During the winter the length of the
treatments at each trip to the beach was
extended, and after a period, the child
was allowed to play in the water, and ob-
tain the further benefit of contact with
the salt ocean rollers.
"Suffice it to say that this child, a
helpless cripple for the six first years of
its life was completely cured in the six
months' stay at Miami Beach and was
able to romp and play as naturally as any
normal child, before the departure of
the family this summer."






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Sunlight Adds Years To Your Life
M/ IAMIANS sometimes are accused of
over enthusiasm in speaking of
their climate and particularly the sun-
shine which is present every day out of
the three hundred and sixty-five. Accord-
ing to the United States Public Health
Service, and other authorities who have
given many years of study to life exten-
sion, where there is sunlight, there is
health.
In a recent brochure on health for
children and adults the United States Pub-
lic Health Service says that people who
are deprived of sunlight, or who are
bundled in many coverings of clothing,
are more susceptible to disease germs
than those who are so fortunate as to
dress in light, airy, garments, and who
can spend more time under the unfiltered
rays of the sun. Children, this brochure
goes on to state, deprived of sunlight
are prone to all sorts of diseases and
particularly rickets in some form, or
to perishable teeth. The purpose of this
brochure from the United States Public
Health Service is to impress on parents
the absolute necessity of sunlight, if a
child is to be healthy. Miami, with its
three hundred and sixty-five days of
sunlight which, due to equable year
round temperature, can be enjoyed out-


doors daily, every day in the year, af-
fords this advantage over other cities.
Send for that brochure. It will inter-
est you. Address U. S. Public Health
Service, Washington, D. C.
Miami's Climate Unexcelled
SHE primary basis of Miami's gift of
longer life is the climate, the most
equable of any place in the world. The
excessive humidity of the northern sum-
mer is unknown, wafted away by the
cooling breezes from the ocean, which
are always astir day and night. The chill
of the northern winter is unknown.
Bathing on Christmas Day sees the vast
beaches as crowded as the Fourth of
July. Sunstroke and chilblains are two
strangers to the residents of Miami.
The daily range of temperature is so
slight that the light clothing worn at mid-
day is comfortable without additional
wrap at night. Reaching down into the
sub-tropical sea, the narrowness of the
peninsula of Florida's southern tip gives
Miami the advantages of an oceanic cli-
mate, tempered winter and summer by
the trade winds blown over the warm
current of the Gulf Stream.
Miami has the lowest maximum tem-
perature and the highest minimum tem-
perature of any city in the United States.
the average winter temperature for the


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six months being 70.9 degrees, and the
average for the six summer months, 79.3
degrees. Fog is a phenomenon and the
fresh showers that bring new greenness to
the foliage fall from May to October,
even in the so-called rainy season there
are hours of sunshine each day.
A comparison with the internationally
famous resort places shows Miami as of-
fering the greatest inducements of temp-
erature:


Resort
Pau, France --_
Pisa, Italy ---
Nice, France ....-
Mentone, France
Rome, Italy --.--
Cairo, Egypt ...
Malaga, Spain
Algiers, Morocco
Los Angeles --.---
Naples, Italy ---
Miami, Fla. -
Follow


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Winter Spring mer


the Swallow South


T HE birds that wing their way south-
ward each fall to escape the incle-
ment winters of the north are guided by
natural instinct. It is the wise man who
emulates their example. He is obeying
the sound reasoning of nature.
When the leaves begin to sere and
fall in the northern states and the chilly
winds to whistle around corners, the dan-
ger signal has sounded for even those
who boast the soundest of constitutions.


The ills that assail the general run of
humanity are a real menace in the win-
ter season when rapid temperature
changes, faulty artificial heating, polluted
atmospheres, disease laden sleet and slush
and lack of exercise range themselves
against mankind.
Northern winters forever carry the
menace of disease even to full-blooded
youth. To the average adult they mean
an energy hampered by bulky clothing,
constant demand on the hardiest consti-
tution from wet feet, battles with fur-
naces and cold radiators, an aggravation
of neuritis and rheumatic pains and the
recurring colds and their constant threat
of pneumonia.
Contrast that picture with one of
Miami in mid-winter, January, February
or March! The golden sands of
beaches that stretch for miles along the
ocean are dotted with sun-tanned loung-
ers, resting between dips in the surf.
There is every form of outdoor sport.
The golf links are the scene of closely
contested matches; fishing boats are ply-
ing every day out to the Gulf Stream with
their crews of amateur Izaak Waltons.
E VERY time one tastes the salt spray
wafted in from the ocean, the system
gains that important chemical, iodine,
that plays so important a part in prevent-






10 GOLDEN SUNSHINE ADDS GOLDEN YEARS


Restful Tropic Grandeur-Deering Estate


ing and curing disorders of the thyroid
gland, it has been scientifically proven.
Goiter that is prevalent at high altitudes
is practically unknown at the seashore
where the very air is impregnated with
this curative component. In sea-water
and sea-weeds, iodine and its companion
element, bromine, is present in varying
quantities and is largely responsible for
the tangey taste as one gasps a mouth-
ful of the old ocean when surf-bathing.
Sea-foods of all kinds contain a large
percentage of iodine and so prove excep-
tionally valuable food.
Whispering gently inland from the
Atlantic and the blue stretch of Biscayne
Bay every breeze brings health to the
dweller on Miami's shores.
Find Your "Place In The Sun"
JOIN the Ancient and Honorable Order
of Sun-Worshippers, whose pass-
word is "health" and who have a strong-
er grip on life than any other fraternity.
Way back in the dim, distant ages,
men were worshippers of the sun as a su-
perior being possessed of the power to
exercise the demons of sickness and dis-
ease. The ancient Arabians, Chaldeans,
the Egyptians and the Aztecs are but a
few of the early civilizations which paid


daily homage to the sun. Perhaps it was
from this atavistic belief that came the
now familiar expression of a man seeking
his rightful "place in the sun."
More and more as modern scientists
carry on their researches is it revealed to
the people of this twentieth century that
those civilizations of the past possessed
remarkable knowledge of medicine, as
well as engineering and astronomy.
Many of the traditions and customs that
have survived the ages have been based
originally on tangible and sound reason-
ing. The theory of the Ancients regard-
ing the curative and rejuvenatory powers
of the sun's rays has been proved incon-
trovertibly.
The sun does emanate healing and cu-
rative rays-has in truth the power to
"drive out the demons of disease!" In
the sun's rays are ultra-violet radiations,
non-luminous and non-visible to the eye,
which are absorbed by the skin and the
tiny capillaries of the blood in the skin
and carried through this medium to in-
vigorate all parts of the body. To this
energy is due much of the bodily stimu-
lation of sunlight which is accompanied
by a cheerful mental reaction in contrast
to the depressing influence of cloudy
weather.
So beneficial have these violet rays


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MIAMI'S SALT AIR IS A HEALTH BUILDER 11


Dancing Their Way To Health 'Neath the Shade of the Shelt'ring Palm


been proven in their action on the organs
of the body that scientists are reproduc-
ing them artificially to correct disorders
in those who are unable to avail them-
selves of the natural ones afforded by
the Florida sun.
Miami compares favorably with any
place in the world for the maximum of
ultra-violet radiation, ranking equal to
Switzerland, which has long been con-
sidered as excelling in this feature due to
the reflection of the sun on the snow.
The long days of Miami, with sun beam-
ing on sand and the clarity of the air have
led scientists to rate highly the therapeu-
tic qualities of the sunlight here.
There exists case after case of chil-
dren who have come to Miami crippled
and weak as an aftermath of infantile
paralysis, only to regain robust health
and the freedom of their limbs due en-
tirely to the benefits of the ultra-violet
radiations of the sun on the beach.
People suffering from severe cases of neu-
ritis and rheumatism to such an extent
as to crippling, have found that subject-
ing themselves in bathing suits to the
warm sunshine reflected from the ocean
on the sands of the beach has greatly re-
lieved if not been completely cured of
their ailments.
In the smoke-befouled atmosphere of


the north or when filtered through glass,
the sun's rays are robbed of these ultra-
violet radiations. In Miami, the great
number of clear days with blue skies
overlying the sunny waters of ocean and
bay reflects a constant bombardment of
ultra-violet radiations that contribute to
a pleasant sense of well-being. The
warmth of the climate permits the resi-
dent to lounge on the beach in scanty
bathing suit absorbing the maximum
benefits.
Miami, The Mental Health Resort
YELLOW, the color of the desert sands,
whose dwellers are known for their
calm, contemplative existence; blue and
green of the vast stretches of the sea
whose followers gain serenity and peace
of mind; those form the color scheme of
Miami.
Within recent years, the influence of
light and its component colors on the hu-
man body have been made the subject of
research in treating mental neurological
and psychological disorders. Rooms
have been proved to be stimulating or re-
laxing, according to the tones dominat-
ing their decoration to a marked extent.
The over-stimulated visitor from the
north is often astonished to experience the
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which he was laboring at home, and find
himself enjoying hours of contemplative
and restful quietness in Miami.
All Ages Reap Benefits
ALL ages, from that of the infant first
opening a wondering eye on a
strange world, on through to the sunset
period of life, reap inestimable benefits
from Miami's climate.
"The life extension of the individual
will perceptibly increase in relative pro-
portion to the time lived in this region"
is a statement made by a prominent phy-
sician and surgeon of Miami Beach, who
divides the life of the individual into
three periods, childhood, middle age and
old age, and clearly defines the advant-
ages to each of Miami as a home.
Childhood
HE most important period in the
-life of the individual in determining
the health throughout the entire life is in
childhood," states this authority. "The
health of the child has a surprising ef-
fect on the physical characteristics of the
adult. Contrary to the old ideas that
diseases of childhood were of little im-
portance and to be taken as complements
of childhood, we now know that it is pos-
sible absolutely to protect the child


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against most of the diseases peculiar to
it."
In Miami, where every child, regard-
less of the financial status of his parents,
has the opportunity for a carefree,
healthy happy outdoor existence, the
dread diseases of childhood are reduced
to a minimum.
The congestion of northern cities that
tends so materially toward the spread of
infection; the polluted air laden with dis-
ease germs; the lack of play grounds
where children may enjoy outdoor rec-
reation; all are unknown to children
lucky enough to have grown up in Miami.
From infancy the Miami youngster
has at hand the sunlit beach providing
him miles of playground, where he may
build sand castles and frolic in the white
foam at the edge of the ocean with his
playmates, while unconsciously absorb-
ing the tonic exhileration of the health-
giving sunlight and salt air. Every day
in the year is an outdoor one for the hus-
ky, tanned Miami child, freed of the onus
of heavy winter flannels, shut in days,
sniffly colds in the winter and strength-
sapping heat of the summer.
Even in the construction of Miami
schools does climate play a part. Many
of the thirty-three schools that Dade






MIAMI'S SUNSHINE WILL REJUVENATE YOU 13


A Day's Outing On Key Biscayne


County boasts are built about a land-
scaped patio from which wide windows
open into the classrooms, so that cross-
ventilation is afforded. Large courts
and playgrounds await their recreational
hours and at no time in the year are the
children handicapped by the need of the
artificial heating that dulls the intellect
and tends toward the spread of disease
germs in the crowded class-rooms of
northern cities.
Seventeen public parks with play-
ground facilities and recreational direc-
tors in the summer vacation period con-
tribute to the health and enjoyment of
Miami childhood. The youngsters of the
last generation who had to sneak to the
ol' swimming' hole under penalty of a
"lickin' if they were caught now have
youngsters of their own who are instruct-
ed in the rudiments of swimming and div-
ing under competent instructors either at
the Roney Plaza pool at Miami Beach,
in the fresh water pool; at the Miami
Biltmore Hotel and the Venetian Casino,
Coral Gables and many others.
Middle Period of Life
HE middle period of life has its par-
ticular relation to the health and na-
tural life expectancy of the individual,"
continues the scientist. 'This period may


be regarded as the span of years in which
the potential degeneration of the vital
tissues of the body begin to make their ap-
pearance, as a result of the damage done
by the disease processes of childhood.
"While little effort has been made to
impress the public with this fact, per-
naps most of the diseases of middle life,
such as failure of the heart, blood vessels
and kidney, are but manifestations of
damage done to these structures by the
infections of childhood-those same sick-
nesses that are so often regarded as be-
ing of slight importance. The rapid
progress of this degeneration may be ma-
terially modified by the climatic condi-
tions found in Miami."
Old Age
"S a person approaches old age, the
same safe-guards to a varying de-
gree that are applicable to childhood as-
sume equal importance in the protection
of the physical elements of the body. A
child has not yet developed the necessary
power of resistance to infection, temper-
ature changes and other natural enemies
of mankind; in old age, the natural abili-
ty of the body successfully to withstand
these various stresses has been exhausted.
The length of time the body of the elder-
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14 GOLDEN SUNSHINE ADDS GOLDEN YEARS


A Tropic Nook

determined by coming in contact with
the minimum of conditions that would
further expend these forces.
"In America's only subtropical cli-
mate at Miami, the natural strength of
resistance is augmented by the natural
theropeutic benefits of the climate and


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the breaking point may be postponed
until a much later period in life."
Fresh Fruits, Vegetables and Dairy
Products All Winter
HE rich soil of the Everglades com-
bined with the warm climate of Miami
insures a supply of fresh fruits and vege-
tables all during the winter season, when
the cities of the north are forced to fall
back on the trusty can opener. The vi-
tamines so necessary for bodily health.
which are found only in fresh green gar-
den produce are therefore available at
all times to the winter visitor. Oranges,
grapefruit, strawberries, string beans, to-
matoes, lettuce, carrots, peas, squash, cu-
cumbers, pumpkins-practically every
palate-tempting product of the truck gar-
den can be purchased dewy fresh each
morning at the markets.
Large dairies on the outskirts of
Miami, equipped with pedigreed stock
that have green grazing all year, and the
most modern and efficient devices for in-
suring the quality of their products, sup-
ply the city with fresh milk, cream and
butter, delivered fresh from the dairy
to the consumer without any intervening
delay of shipping that might influence
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Play and Grow Young
ONE of the most magnetic induce-
ments of Miami is the wealth of out-
door enjoyment afforded to all ages and
all tastes. From early morning until
night, there are outdoor sports to meet
every requirement so that the mind is en-
tertained while the body unconsciously
absorbs the health that adds years to the
life.
There's Hidden Treasure at the Beach
TREASURE chests may not reward the
beach-comber's efforts nor add gold to
his finances, but three hundred and sixty-
five days of surf-bathing and sand-loung-
ing in every year will add years to that
swift-moving tide of life. The sub-trop-
ical sea, warmed by the blue waters of the
Gulf Stream, is even more delightfully
invigorating in winter than in summer
so that every day in the year Miamians
enjoy the tonic relaxation of surf-bathing
and sun-bath.
When the northerner is reaching for
his goloshes before making a dash into
the great chilly outdoors, the Miamian
is climbing into his one-piece bathing suit
for a dip in water which has in mid-
winter a temperature of 72 degrees.
Nor does the visitor in Miami con-


is Zest to Life

sider his day complete without indulging
in a sun-bath spread on the mark sand
with the gently waving fronds of a palm
or a gay beach parasol to shade his eyes.
And that is when the ultra-violet rays get
in their work! Visitors that come to
Miami in poor health suffering from the
mental and physical strain of overwork
are transformed within a few weeks by
the tonic of sunlight and surf into sturdy,
tanned, bright-eyed men and women,
ready and anxious to expend their new-
ly acquired energy tackling the problems
that had seemed so formidable in their
rundown condition.
Catching Big Ones
THE beckoning blue of the Gulf
Stream just four miles off shore intri-
gues the man-and his name is legion-
who enjoys fishing. There is nothing
tame about battling with the large deni-
zens of these sub-tropical waters, and in
the excitement of bringing in that elusive,
finny rascal that is trying to get away
with a perfectly good hook, line and sink-
er, minor troubles are apt to disappear.
In the meantime, while one sits hanging
on to the fishing rod, Old Man Ultra-vio-
let Ray is doing his stuff!
Catching a sporty sailfish, battling
with a vicious barracuda, watching the


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gleaming tarpon spring from the blue,
experiencing the thrill of a record catch,
will freshen the languid interest in life
of any man. And when that is gained,
half the battle of health-seeking is ac-
complished.
Many of Miami's winter visitors be-
long to the Miami Anglers' Club which
maintains a com-
fortable clubhouse
where the members Miami's Keys
foregather to swap
tales about the fish 1. The most equ
that got away and world, free alw
ous weather e
compete for the of the north.
handsome trophies
awarded e a c h sea- 2. An outdoor exi
son. Among these variety of sport
followers of Izaak 3. The maximum
Walton a r e many tions due to t
and clear air.
prominent yachts-
men who anchor 4. The healthful c
their craft in Bis- in the salt air
cayne Bay annually 5. Complete rela3
for the purpose of body due to lo
enjoying the incom- ful natural col
parable fishing in 6. Fresh fruits, v
Miami waters and products throut
the nearby keys and contribute nece
renewing old friend- 7. Freedom from
ships, bound by the remedy for dis
tie of the fish line.


All Outdoor Sports
M OTORING is a delight when one
has the ideal combination of pleas-
ant weather, good roads and interesting
scenery. A variety of fascinating drives
intrigue the motorist in Miami, where he
may choose either a drive over the Million
Dollar Causeway to Miami Beach to drive
along the ocean; a
dip into the Ever-
'o Longer Life glades, the most fer-
tile agricultural re-
le climate in the gion in the world
ys from the danger- and the home of the
emes and changes
gay-barged S e m i -
nole Indian;
nce with enjoyable through Coral Gab-
and exercise.
les where imposing
f ultra-violet radia- gateways and attrac-
constant sunlight tive homes carry
the atmosphere of
itribution of iodine Old Spain; through
nd surf. Coconut Grove, not-
tion of mind and ed as the site of
altitude and rest- many extensive es-
ation. states; or a score of
tabless and dairy other jaunts equal-
the winter months ly interesting.
ary vitamins. For those who
ease and a natural like to enjoy their
ders. sports b y proxy
there are exciting


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polo games, horse and dog races, baseball
games and jai-alai, the exceptionally fast
Spanish ball game. No matter what the
taste, the age or the inclination there is
outdoor amusement to meet every require-
ment.
And still other healthful recreations
are horseback riding through tropical
trails, boating, ca-
noeing, tennis and
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Golf

G OLF, the anci-
ent game of
kings, presidents
and the Scotch has
full fling in Miami
where eight sporty
courses invite the
addict with no in-
terruption by unto-
ward weather con-
ditions. The Miami
Country Club, over-
looking the Miami
river; t he Miami-
Hialeah course on
the edge of the Ev-
erglades; the Coral
Gables Country


Club; the Miami-Biltmore Country Club;
the Flamingo; the Miami Beach Country
Club and the Biami Beach Bayshore Golf
Club supply a variety of well-kept links
and comfortable club houses in connec-
tion.


For the less
more sedentary


strenuously inclined are
amusements such as sit-
ting beneath the
palm trees fanned
by salt breezes in
the Royal Palm
Park and listening
to the free daily af-


ternoon and evening
band concerts.
Nearby are tables
for chess, dominoes
and checkers where
many a close tour-
nament is carried
on, and at one side
the clink of the
horseshoe resounds
all day where the
Miami Horseshoe
Club members in-
dulge in their
'barnyard golf."
Miami's parks of-
f e r cooly inviting
spots for lounging,


"Florida Has Added Five Years
To My Life"
"Not infrequently I am asked what
contributions Florida has made to me.
Pleasure, rest and recreation are real
but not necessarily tangible assets, but
in addition to these things, I feel that
Florida has given me at least five years
of additional life. Perhaps I can
stretch it out to six or seven years, but
of five years I am reasonably certain. I
am not over-fond of pneumonia so com-
mon in the north.
"Florida is a great state for the old
folks when they haven't the vitality
they once had. This has been discover-
ed by a great many people, and to me
it affords assurance that Florida never
will he forgotten. There are a great
many more men and women living up
north who have only to get in the sun-
shine for one winter to become real
enthusiasts for the state, as well as
annual visitors."
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THOSE. A. EDISON HENRY FORD GIFFORD PINCHOT
Convinced of Therapeutic Value of Florida Sunshine


especially the new 65-acre Bayfront Park
that skirts the eastern boundary of the city
in the shade of its skyscraper skyline.
From its conveniently placed benches un-
der the palm trees one may gaze across
Biscayne Bay, where palatial yachts float
like great white sea gulls resting on the


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water, to Miami Beach and the Atlantic
ocean. Although the Bayfront Park is
only about two years old, having been
pumped up from the bottom of the bay,
it is already a show-place of tropical
landscaping.
Invincible Miami, Wonder City
TROPICAL Miami, at the time of year
When other sections of the north are
blanketed with snow and the withering
fingers of winter have stripped bare all
foliage, offers the nation its only real
winter resort, Federal Weather Bureau
records amply prove this claim. Magi-
cal Miami likewise is the world's greatest
all-around sports center. There are golf
and tennis, polo and surf bathing, deep
sea and fresh water fishing, fox hunting
and horseback riding, horse racing,. grey-
hound speed contests and boxing, sailing
and motor boating, jai alai and baseball,
swimming and diving contests by inter-
national champions, automobile racing
and touring under the most ideal condi-
tions. In fact, every known outdoor
sport and recreation. From December
when the formal winter season opens,
until its close in April, there is a preten-
tious daily outdoor sports program which
cannot be equalled by any other city in






MIAMI IS IN THE TROPICAL ZONE OF FLORIDA 19


M. M. BELDING GEORGE ADE ED HOWE
Miami Ozone Keeps Them Fit


the world and Miami issues friendly chal-
lenge for any other city regardless of size
to produce its equal.
Chief among the daily events in su-
perb attractions offered visitors are three
super-numbers in the form of historic,
marine and beauty pageants which are
held early in December, one in February
and one late in the season. Somewhat
due to these added attractions Miami has
become one of the greatest convention
cities in the country. Scores of conven-
tions are booked for the ensuing year.

Two Great Conventions in 1928
SHIEFLY due to these programs, held
daily, Miami has become one of the
great convention cities of the country.
Scores of such gatherings are booked for
the ensuing year.
There is the great Shrine Convention
in May, 1928.
The annual gathering of the Elks also
is to be held in Miami in 1928.
The night life of Miami affords every
known recreation and attraction. Night
clubs abound amid tropical settings and
splendor.


Miami-Unique in America
SIAMI is the Nation's most unique
municipality. It is more metro-
politan in its makeup than Washington,
D. C. Every state is represented among


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GOLDEN SUNSHINE ADDS GOLDEN YEARS


Their Daily Dozen


its citizenry. People of far-away coun-
tries have chosen Miami either as perma-
nent home or as temporary surcease from
indoor confinements demanded by bleak
northern winters. They have chosen
Miami after vain search that has been
world-wide for the ideal, outdoor health
giving climate and facilities for work, re-
freshment and recreation. Situated some
300 miles south of the southernmost bor-
ders of the United States elsewhere,
Miami cordially welcomes her guests in-
to a fairlyland of palms, brilliant hibis-
cus, the flaming royal poincianna, and
all-year-round flora and fauna which
grow no other place in the United States
but in and about tropical Miami. To
this setting that is painted in the same
exotic splendor and prodigal floral color-
ings as the skies and the seas, you, our
fellow citizens of a storm-torn and snow-
bound north, can ride the magic carpet
to Miami in less than 35 hours from the
center of population by train, about 48
by boat, and an easy five days by motor,
or with Lindbergh speed if you select
the aeroplane. There is no tiresome mo-
notony of a long trip, nor is there the
constantly changing temperature that you
are attempting to escape.
At your journey's end, whatever the


time of year, you will find June and
June's touches and embraces on golf
links, bridle path, ocean beach, palm be-
decked patio, everywhere about you in
this specially blessed climate of all-year
outdoors.
Snow-Bound and Miami-Bound
W HITTIER'S "Snowbound" is an
epic of winter. There have been
others written as odes to King Boreas and
"the beautiful snow," but say what you
will, man, throughout the ages has con-
centrated much of his ingenuity in es-
caping the rigors of wintry blasts and
the ills that invariably go with them.
Sun worship was the first of all religions
and those forbears of ours of eons ago
weren't so far wrong at that. Thus you
are following an age-old urge when you
long to be Miami-bound when less fa-
vored localities are snowbound.
And it is but a step from bleak win-
ter to June-line Miami abounding ,in
every form of outdoor recreation, in set-
tings of ever-blooming flowers of radiant
hues. Just a few hours and at modest
expense too, from nearly eighty million
of the people of the nation, you find the
delights of June amid orange blossoms,
golden ripe tropic fruits and the health


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giving fresh spring green things that
Nature yields here in such abundance.
Just A Short Journey

F ROM all points of a frigid tempera-
ture, de luxe passenger trains on a
score of roads center at Jacksonville
whence it is a one-night ride across the
line where winter and summer fight for
supremacy, on through the magnificent
changing foliage to tropical Miami.
Frequent trains pass over the double
track lines of the Atlantic Coast Line and
the Florida East Coast railways to this
play-ground city. The Seaboard Air
Line in the winter of 1926-27 opened its
extension into Miami and southward.
,Through trains o p e r a t e without
change from Chicago, St. Louis, Cleve-
land, New York, Boston, Kansas City, De-
troit, Indianapolis, Montreal, Toronto,
Pittsburgh, Washington, Cincinnati and
intermediate cities.
Unequalled and Reasonable
A accommodations

T HERE are the magnificent Fisher
Hotels, others in Miami itself, the
great Miami Biltmore in Coral Gables,
1,200 apartment houses of from one to
fifteen-room suites and at as wide a va-


riety of prices as there are varieties of lo-
cations and sizes to choose from. Prac-
tically all the apartments available are
so completely furnished that all the visi-
tor has to bring along, as it has been so
aptly put, is a tooth brush. The visitor
who comes single, or the man who brings
a large family can step from the train to
an apartment and begin housekeeping
where it was left off when the train or
boat was boarded in the north.
The rates, it is to be emphasized, are
extremely reasonable. They are now in
1927, guaranteed by the ,&y government,
the Chamber of Commerce and the Great-
er Miami Hotel and Apartment House
Owners Association. In most instances,
gas, water and electricity are included in
the reasonable rates adhered to. Maid
and janitor service is likewise included in
most instances.
As an instance of the spread and
range of prices to suit every taste and
every income, you may obtain a modest
cottage or a palatial residence, a single
room or luxurious suite in hotel or apart-
ment house, for figures ranging from
$300 to $15,000 for the season, with a
majority of these facilities averaging in
the neighborhood of $1,000 for the
season.
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tion in per centage of population growth.
At one point in this period the increase
reached 440 per cent. Dade County, of
which Miami is capital, led all counties in
the United States with 258 per cent in-
crease.
All Rates Revised Downward
BACK in 1923, '24, '25 and '26, Miami
was unable to furnish needed facili-
ties for the tourists and investors and
the hordes of speculators who trecked to
this American Mecca of Sunshine and
Play. Today there are ample and com-
modious accommodations at rates revised
downward for the steadily growing popu-
lation and for the hundreds of thousands
of tourists and visiting guests of Ameri-
ca's southernmost Southland.
There is even room in her towering
sky-scrapers for the temporary offices of
those men whose business permits them
during unbearable days of sleet and snow
to switch their headquarters to a sum-
mery clime, where they pursue their usu-
al routine in the circles of their own
home. Thus, the business man, with
recreation just beyond his wide-flung
windows, can keep his hand on the
throttle of his affairs with the same tele-
graphic and telephonic connections and


easy facilities that he is accustomed to in
the cold north. Miami is peculiarly fa-
vored for such plans with the northern
centers but 33 short hours away.
A Sailor's Life
T HERE is no other place in the world
that offers more varied attractions for
the amateur and professional sailor than
Miami. The chameleon waters of Bay
Biscayne afford safe anchorage for water
craft from the susceptible canoe to the
ocean liners which have regular sailings
here. Most of the estates on the edge of
the bay and on the great Venetian type
canals at Miami Beach have their own
piers and wharves and anchorages.
Records show that more than one-half of
the finest yachts in the United States seek
port in Miami every season.
There are boats of every description
and type at the municipal docks to be had
at nominal prices for an hour's sail or
cruise of for a much longer trip to the
fish-teeming waters in the lower keys.
Just a night's sail away is Bimini and
but a bit farther is ancient Nassau, both
British Isles, which furnish their lure in
adventure and change of scene. Cuba,
too, is only a night's ride off shore by lux-


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Giving the Kiddies A Good Time and Good Health


urious liners which follow regular sail-
ings.
For the Tennis Enthusiast

T HERE are tennis courts innumerable
and of incomparable quality in all
sections of Greater Miami. On both
municipal and private courts are held
numerous tournaments offering valuable
prizes throughout the twelve months. In
the winter season it is always a part of
the finely balanced program of sports
and recreation to include matches be-
tween internationally known stars who
have come to realize that play during the
winter in Miami's invigorating climate
better fits them for defense of titles hard-
won or for court battles to come as chal-
lengers for honors.

Polo and Bridle Paths
THE colorful game of polo is one of
the outstanding sports of Miami, en-
joyed by all lovers of horses and sports.
At Miami Beach are four fine fields of
thick turf with accommodations for large
strings of thoroughbreds. Polo enthu-
siasts from all over the country meet each
winter in Miami in contests that call for
the best of their skill, while a large au-
dience experiences all the thrills of the


game by proxy from the clubhouses or
grand stands or comfortably parked in
their cars about the fields.
About Miami Beach, Hialeah and
Coral Gables, attractive suburbs of Miami
are bridle paths that call to the horse-
lover, while blooded and well trained
horses may be procured at reasonable
rates from reliable riding academies.
Miami's Hospital Facilities
M IAMI is fortunate in the possession
of six excellently equipped hospit-
als so that every individual need and
taste may be satisfied. The James M.
Jackson Memorial Hospital, a city insti-
tution, offers every facility for caring for
patients in its large buildings and is
equipped with the most modern operating
rooms and laboratories and a large and
efficient corps of surgeons, physicians and
nurses. The Allison Hospital at Miami
Beach, situated on Allison Island, was
built several years ago by James A. Alli-
son, Indianapolis capitalist as a monu-
ment to his belief of the curative powers
of Miami's climate and is fully competent
to care for the most discriminating of
patients. Tallman Hospital at Coral
Gables, a suburb of Miami, the Victoria
Hospital, Gowdy and Woodard-Hall Hos-
pital of the city complete a gro up of in-


;1.






24 GOLDEN SUNSHINE ADDS GOLDEN YEARS


Mid-Winter Party On the Beach Sands


stitutions of which any metropolis might
be proud.
Freedom from Disease

T HE favorable influence of the climate
of Miami on the physically normal
can be shown by its influence upon the
physically sub-normal. It is obvious that
the natural forces which tend to prevent
certain diseases from taking hold here
and which cure those having such dis-
eases who come here for that purpose
must have an equally beneficial effect up-
on both the well and the ill.
The principal causes of death that
are influenced by climate showing the rel-
ative rate by percentage per 100,000 es-
timated population in the registration
area of the United States are compared
with Florida shows:


Cause of Death
Scarlet fever ........----
Measles -----
Whooping cough ..-------
Diphtheria ..---------
Influenza and pneumonia
(all forms) .. .....-----
Acute anterior Pollyelita
Diabetes Mellitis -----
Pneumonia -.. .-----


Fla. Rate U. S.
Per Cent Rate


As to pneumonia, but one other state
ranks lower than Florida--Idaho with a
rate of 58.1.


"Climate"


In the days of legends old-
"June," a lover brave and bold,
Sought o'er all the country wide
For a town to make his bride.

In the south by Biscayne Bay,
Where the fairest sunbeams play
Smiled "Miami" with rare grace,
Springtime shining in her face.

Winter drove this lover bold
From the land where winds blow cold;
When he spied Miami's splendor,
His quest was ended in surrender.

In the magic breath of spring,
Wedding bells began to ring;
Now Miami and June are one-
"Perfect Climate" is their son.
--ALICE D. SHEPARD,
in Miami Life.


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MIAMI-THE WORLD'S GREATEST WINTER RESORT 25


Disciples of Izaak Walton at the Anglers' Club, Where Fish Stories are Spun to the Tune of Fun.


That Wonderful Florida Moon

By the late LON A. WARNER


L AST night I gazed beyond the fishing-
boats nestling near the shore of Bis-
cayne Bay and selfishly-greedily-
drank in the beauty of a transformation
in Nature's realm which beggars descrip-
tion. To the eastward the signal was
given by multitudinous rays of vari-col-
ored lights seeming to shoot into the blue
sky from the ocean depths beyond. The
moon peeped over the island as though
making sure that the coast was clear, and
gave out a blush of modesty which radi-
ated in every direction. As the magni-
ficent orb slowly climbed from the hori-
zon it seemed to race with a fleecy cloud
whose raiment was bordered in a peculiar
black, forming a contrast in colors of
crimson, black and white. The great red
light reflected with wondrous power as
it lifted itself just above the bay and,


though quite distant, I discerned on the
island each individual tree skirting the
shores, the effect being that of a far-away
forest fire with tongues of flame leaping
into the heavens. Across the bay crept a
line of light in all the colors a rainbow
might wear, pointing the path from the
ocean to the pretty city nestling at the
bay; and through it all, silence reigned
supreme. Without friction this mighty
transformation proceeded until the moon,
well up into the ethereal blue, gradually
threw off its colors of red and moved
along as a majestic sentinel of the night.
An owl hooted from a tree near the shore,
and the merry laugh of a child sounded
from a vine-covered cottage as zephyrs
from the sea played with its curly locks.
And that was all.






26 GOLDEN SUNSHINE ADDS GOLDEN YEARS


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Following A Professional Match-Acquiring Health Unconsciously


In Flowerland-Miami
By the late LON A. WARNER


All a'wheel the world is moving,
In procession wondrous gay,
From Canadian southern borders
To the tropics far away,
And with merry shout and laughter
Through the states they rush along,
Gliding on the roads of Dixie,
Greeted by a welcome song.
Coursing down the Dixie Highway
From the land of ice and snow
Pasisng cotton mills a'humming'
And the hills where pine trees grow
To the sunshine land of flowers
Press the pleasure-seeking throng,
Guided onward by the echo
Of the Magic City's song.


Miles of smiles from pretty maidens
Of Kentucky's blue-grass sod
Greet the travelers from the northland
Whirling by with merry nod-
While in Tennessee and Georgia
Fact'ry wheels are buzzing strong,
And the south wind wafts the echo
Of that quaint Miami song.
Here the Royal Poinciana
And the Bouganvillea, too,
With the stately palms and flowers
Beckon gracefully to you-
Messages of ikndly greeting
As the seasons creep along-
Listen! You may hear the music
Of sun-kissed Miami's song:


"Ride along-glide along-slide along through Dixie land!
Never mind your troubles till you get back home-
Just keep on a'riding to the deep sea foam.
Ride along-glide along-sldie along through Dixie land!
Prettiest little city you have seen in many a day
Beckons you to Biscayne Bay!"






MIAMI-THE LAND OF PALMS AND SUNSHINE 27


Miami Has

Rates Guaranteed
We have opened northern offices where you
may obtain first-hand information as to hotel and
apartment rates and reservations; furnished cot-
tages and residences..-- Bonafide and guaranteed
arrangements can be closed at these offices:
New York Office, Main Floor, Waldorf-Astoria
Hotel;
Chicago, 104 South Clark Street.


All Fours Off the Ground


Simple Proteins


Miami By the Sea

By the late LON A. WARNER

Where the palm trees wave a greeting
And the flowers are ever bright-
Mid the days so pleasant fleeting
And the lure of starlit night-
Oh, the breeze and beaches,
And drives through romantic reaches-
The playground of the nations
Is Miami by the sea!

In the land of fair weather
Where good fellows play together-
The years filled with pleasure
In Miami by the sea!

Here is joy in every motion
As the crowds just frolic on.
Purest zephyrs from the ocean
Have our constant praises won.
Oh, the children, with laughter,
Showing health here which they came after!
The Queen of the Tropics
Is Miami by the sea!

In the land of fair weather
Where good fellows play together-
The years filled with pleasure
In Miami by the sea!






28 GOLDEN SUNSHINE ADDS GOLDEN YEARS



1927-1928 Winter Rates For Miami Hotels
THESE listings and ratings were prepared by the Hotel and Apartment House Associations. All
rates have been revised downward. They are guaranteed by the City Government of Miami and
by the Chamber of Commerce. For additional information address hotels direct or the Chamber
of Commerce.
This booklet is issued by the Publicity Board, City of Miami.

INCLUDING-x-Miami Beach; o-Coral Gables; -Coconut Grove; *-Hialeah; **-Opalocka.
HOTEL CAPACITY PLAN SINGLE DOUBLE
Abnerholm Hotel --.. 30 A $2-5 $5-8
x-Admiral Hote-
Alcazar Hotel 375 E $5-8-10 $7-12-16
Alexandria Hotel 5----- -.---.----. --- 56 E $3.50
Alhambra Hotel ___ --- -- 126 E $5-6-7 $7-8-10
All States Societies Hotel & Club.....-
Alta Vista Hotel 126 E $3.50-4 $4-5-7
x-Alton Hotel ----_---... --- --- 90 E $2-3 $4-5
x-Altonia Ho'el --. 50 E
x-Ambassador Hotel --------.... ..-- .- .....---
American Hotel
o-Antilla Hotel _-_--------.... ._ ------ ....--- .... 150 E On Application
Arcade Hotel ---.....-..----- .----- ...... .-.. -- 33
Astley Hotel --.--- ------- 42 E
Bayshore Driie Hotel --..-- -- ..-- 60 E
x-Beachview Hotel
Belfort Hotel -......----------- 100 E $3.50-4.50-6 $3.50-5-7
Bell Hotel --...-- 35. $2.50 $4.00
x-Belvedere Hotel
Belmont Hotel ----.- ------.....
Beverly Hotel -... -..... "_-
Beverly Terrace Hotel ----. 100 A-E $4-7 $7-12
o-Biltmore Arms
Biscayne Hotel -- ---- ......--- ..... 70 E $2.50-3-3.50 $4.50-5
x-Biscayne-Coliins Hotel ...--90
x-Boulevard Hotel -.......------ -. 300 $2.50-$3.50 $6-7
Bradford Hotel ---- ---........... ....... 42 E $1.50-2 $2.50-3.50
x-Breakers Hotel ..._... ----- -------.. ...-....-
Brown's Hotel --- .... ----......
o-Casa Loma Hotel ............... .. ...------- ----- 200 E Or Application
x-Casino Inn ...... .... ... .... . 42 $2.50 $5.00
x-Castle Hote .-- -------.--- -. ...
Catskill Hotel ----------------
Causeway Inn -- ------- .. .... ...
Celona's Inn -- ------ ----------- ----.. .
Central Hotel -.....----.-- --------.... .. 81 E $3.50-4 $5.50-6-7
o-Cla Reina Hotel -- ----.------- ...... ... 100 E
x-Collins Avenue Hotel -..--........ ..
Colonial Hotel ... ------------.. ... 30 E
Columbia Court Hotel --- ..---- -- .. 52 $2.50-3-3.50 $4-5-6
Columbus Hotel ._.--------. --............... 450 E $5-8-10-12 $10-12-14
Commercial Hotel --5------ ------- .... 52 I' $2.00 $4.00
Commodore Hotel 5-------.-.---------------....... --.. 32 E
Commoner Hotel ------------ -..
Congress Hotel -------------
Continental Hotel .-------. .........- 150 E $3.00 $4.00
o-Coral Gables Inn -------------. 60 $3.00 $6.00
c-Coral Way Hotel .--..----- --. -... -
Cortez Hotel -..-------------------. 168 E $4-4.50-5 $6-7-8
Cozy Corner Inn --_-- -------....

Dade Hotel --------- ----
Lallas Park Hotel and Apartments ..........----- .. 450 E $4-5-6-8 $6-7-8
Davis Hotel .....- ----------- ...107 E
DelMar Hotel------------ ------.. ...
Dixie Hotel --------------- -...-.. .
Dolphin Hotel ..... ----------- --. 160 E $4.50-6 $6-8
El Comodoro Hotel .--......... ..----..-------.-- 325 E $4-4.50-5 $6-7-8
-El Dorado Hotel -------------
x-El Paso Hote. -.---.. .. ------75 $2-5 $3-8
Embassy Hotel -_- ---------------
Esmeralda Hitel -- --------- --..
Everglades Hote! ------------------. 650 E On Application

Fairfax Hotel 9----- - .---.-. .... -90 E $3-3.50-4 $3.50-4-5-6
x-Fenway Hotel ..----------------
x-Flamingo Hotel .- --------------. 345 E $8-10-12-14 $12-14-16-
18-20
x-Fleetwood Hotel --.---. 525 E-A $8-10-12 $12-15-18
Florida Hotel --.------------- 75 E
Floridan Hotel ... ------------------....
x-Floridian Hotel .... .. --------- .. 378 E $5-6-7 $10-12-15
lort Dallas Hotel -------.-------- 128 E $3.00 $5.00
Frances Hotel .- ---- ----. -----....








MIAMI-WHERE SUMMER SPENDS THE WINTER


HOTEL
*-Guelda Hotel ....----------
x-George Washington Hotel ....
Georgia Inn -_
Gralyn Hotel ----- -
Grand Hotel ----------
Green Tree Inn __-----.......
Greystone Hotel ---------

x-Haddon Hotel ----
Halcyon Hotel --- ......
Hampton Hotel and Apartments
x-Harlin Hotel -----
Havemeyer Hotel ---
Hermitage Hotel -
*-Hialeah Hotel -----
Hilsabeck Hotel ---- -
Horvitz Hotel
Hotel Dixie .- --
Hotel Draper
Hotel Flagler ----
Hotel Little River ---
*-Hotel Monterey
Hotel Patricia --------
Hotel Reynolds ------ ----
x-Hotel Warrinn -_ ----
Hurff Hotel------- ----- -

Julia Tuttle Apartment Hotel
*-Jo-Lon Hotel ----- --
Jefferson Park Hotel ---

Kendon Hotel
x-King Cole Hotel ----

LaDuke Hotel
LaFlora Hotel ------
Lawton Hotel -- ----
Leamington Hotel __ --
x-Leonard Hotel .....-- .-----
x-Lincoln Hotel --...... --

x-Madrid Hotel ---
Magnolia Hotel -
Majestic Hotel -----
Manhattan Hotel -----
x-Mare Grande Hotel
Mark Twain Hotel -------..
Marlborough Hotel ----
Martinique Hotel -----
x-Matanzas Hotel ...---
x-Mayflower Hotel -------.

Melrose Tavern --- -
x-Meridian Hotel ...-- ..---
x-Miami Beach Hotel
o-Miami Biltmore Hotel --
Miami Hotel ---......
Miami Manor Hotel
Miles Standish Hotel .---..
Miramar Hotel ... -... .---
Monticello Hotel .-----
Murida Hotel -- ... ..-
McAllister Hotel ...-- -
McBride Hotel ----
McCrory Hotel ----

x-Nautilus Hotel ..-..--
Neal Carlton Hotel ----------
x-Nemo Hotel -.---------
New Berne Hotel ...--- -
Newell's Hotel .....
x-New York Hotel ---
North Miami Avenue Hotel
Northern Hotel -----

Oaks Hotel ----. . ...
Ocean View Hotel ---.
Oleander Hotel ----
Orland Hotel -----
*-Ortega Hotel -.-.........
Oxford Hotel -------

*-Palms Hotel ---- .
x-Pancoast Hotel -...
Paramount Hotel ---
Park Hotel -------------.
Pershing Hotel ----------
Plaza Hotel ------ -----


CAPACITY

. . . 7 5

S255
.. 25
-- 66
S 75


PLAN SINGLE

$4-5-6

A $10-11-12
$3-3.50
$2-2.50
E $3-4


207 E
80 E


$3-5-6


95 E $2-3.50


$2-2.50

$3.00


$3.00

E Reasonable

$2.00


200 A On Application


$5-6-7

E $3-4-5
$2-2.50
A $10-12-15

E $2.50-3




$2.50
E $5.00
$2-4
E $4-5-6

$2.50

E On Application
$3.50-4.50-6

$2-3
A On Application
$3.50-4
A
E $6-8-10
E $2.50-3.50
E $3.50-4.50-6

E On Application


$3.00
$2.50


$3.50


60 E $2.50-3


$12-25
$2.50

$3-4
$3.00


29


DOUBLE

$5-6-8

$18-20-22
$5-6
$3.50-4
$4-6

$5-7-12


$3.50-6




$3-4

$6.00

$5.00



$4.00


$6-7-8

$5-6-8
$4-5
$20-25-30

$3-3.50




$3.50
$8.00
$4-6
$7.50-9.50-
11.50

$3.50

$3.50-5-7

$4-6

$5-6

$8 and up
$3.50-5-7
$3.50-5-7

$5-8

$4-6
$4.00



$6.00



$3.50-4.50


$25-50
$4.00

$4-7
$4.00


- -- --







30 GOLDEN SUNSHINE ADDS GOLDEN YEARS


HOTEL
Poinciana Hotel ..
Poinsettia Hotel -
Ponce de Leon Hotel

Ray's Stag Hotel
*-Redfern (Harry) Hotel
Rex Hotel (Miami)
x-Rex Hotel (Beach)
**-Rialto Hotel ------
Rio Vista Hotel
Ritz Hotel
Riverside Hote
Robert Clay Hotel
Roberts Hotel -
x-Roney Plaza Hotel
x-Roselle Hotel
Poyal Palm Hotel -
Royalton Hotel -- .......-
x-Ruskin Hotel
Rutherford Hotel ........-- -------
Ryan's Hotel .. ....
San Carlos Hotel
o-San Sebastian Hotel ----
Savoy Hotel
y-Sea Crest Hotel .-----------
x-Sea Breeze Hotel
*-Segovia Hotel
Seminole Hotel ---.-..-. -----
Sherman Hotel -. -
Shoreland Hotel .. .....
Sorrento Hotel --- ----
x-Spanish Village Hotels *
Strand Hotel -------------------- -.
Sylvania Hotel ..-- -----------..
Sylvia Hotel ..- -----------
Tamiami Hotel
Temple Court Hotel Apartments
Terrace Hotel .- ..--. .----
Thomas Jefferson Hotel
*-Twenty First Street Hotel
United States Hotel
Urmey Hotel --
Venetian Hotel -. ----
Vereen Hotel
Villa D'Este Hotel
Village Hotel .. ------

Watson Hotel -
Waverly Hotel ..- .-.----.
x-Wellington hotel
Willard Bachelor Hotel
x-William Penn Hotel -- -
Winton Court Hotel
Winifred Hotel ---------
x-Wofford Hotel -
Worchester House

x-*Spanish Village ----

Espanola-- ----
Guelda ---.
Village --------
Ortega .- ----
Segovia --- ---..


CAPACITY PLAN SINGLE
125 E
55 A-E $2-3
210 Reasonable


81 $2.00


$3-5
$4-5
$3.00
$3.50-5
E $3.50-5
E On Application

A On Application
E $3-3.50

E $2.50-4



E

A $8.00

E $3.00
$2.50

$3.00

E $3-7


150 E $3-7

51 $2-3


$6-8-10

$3-4
$3-6


E $6-8-10
$2.00


300 A-E


DOUBLE

$2.50-3.50



$4-5


$4-6

$5-8





$12.00

$5.00
$4.00

$5.00

$5-10


$4-7

$3-5


$10-12-14

$5-6
$5-10

$8-10-12
$3.00

$8-12


ALL RATES GUARANTEED

We have opened offices in New York and Chicago where you may
obtain first-hand information as to hotel rates and reservations; apart-
ment rates and reservations; furnished cottages and residences; bona-
fide and guaranteed arrangements can be closed through our agents
at these offices:

New York Office, Main Floor, Waldorf-Astoria Hotel.
Chicago, 104 South Clark Street.
Main Office, Miami, Florida.







MIAMI-WHERE JANUARY IS TURNED TO JUNE 31



1927-1928 Winter Rates For Miami Apartments
HESE listings and ratings were prepared by the Hotel and Apartment House Associations. All
rates have been revised downward. They are guaranteed by the City Government of Miami and
by the Chamber of Commerce. For additional information address hotels direct or write the
Chamber of Commerce.
This booklet is issued by the Publicity Board, City of Miami.

INCLUDING: x-Miami Beach; -South Miami; o-Coral Gables; *-Hialeah.


NAME APTS. ROOMS RATES


Adelaide 12
Adelphia 19
Admiral 8
o-Alberta 12
Albina 18
Alder 16
o-Alhambra 4

o-Alhambra
Court 9
Alice R 4
Alsara 5
American 18

Amelia 12
Anarda 12
Anchorage 8
x-Art J. L. 8
Arcola 12
Aravilla 24
Astoria 8
x-Atlantic 12
Atwater 24

Aubber 4
Audrey 5
Avis 12
Avondale 28
x-Bailey 36
Bankers Park 32
Banyan 15

Bay Breeze 8
x-Bay Court Apt.
Hotel 68
Bay Shore 12
Bay View 26
Bay Vista 8
Bay Vista No. 2 7
Beatty 8
Beldner 4
Belvidere 8
Bel-Vista 4
Benj. Franklin 16

Betty 12
Beverly 18
Biltmore 8

x-Biltmore 23

Biscayne Plaza 16
Bloom 4
Blue Grass 24
Blue Moon 14
Boddie 4
Bon Mar 30
Boston 8

Bostonian 8
Brae-Moore 10
Brady 25

Brennan 11

Brentwood 9
Bristol 8
Broadmoor 7

Broadview 8
Brooks 4
Buckingham 10
Buena Vista 8

Bulmer 18
Brickell-Hamnmock 4


4 On application
3 On application
3-4 On application
4 Season $450-600
3 On application
1 Season $142-336
2 Mo. $75
during season

1-4 Season 3600-1200
5 Season $1200
3-5 On application
2-3-4 Mo. $40-85
during season
3-4 Season $350-550
4 Season $900-1350
4 On application
4 On application
4 Season $900-1350
3-4 On application
4 On application
3 On application
1-3-4 Mo. $75-125
during season
4 On application
4-5 On application
3 Season $360-450
1-2 On application
3-4 Season $350-550
3 On application
1-2 Mo. $40-50
during season
2-3 Season $450-600

2 Season $800
4 Season $500-750
1-2-3 On application
3-4 Season $300-600
3-4 On application
2 Season $300
5 On application
4 On application
5 Season $1200-1500
3-4 Mo. $50-75
during season
3-4 On application
1-3-4 Season $500-700
3-4 Mo. $75-100
during season
1-3 Mo. $75-150
during season
2 Season $600-750
4 Season $600
4 Season $400-750
3-4 On application
3 Season $400-450
3 On application
4 Mo. $60-65
during season
4 Season $600-900
4 On application
3-4 Mo. $50-150
during season
3 Mo. $135-165
during season
4 Season $750
4 On application
3-4-6 Mo. $75-100
during season
3 On application
2-5 On application
3-4 Season $350-600
4 Mo. $70
during season
1-7 Season $1500-2000
4 Season $600-750


NAME APTS. ROOMS RATES


Caley 4
Campbell 12

Campbell 16
Carmen 4

Carolina 10
Carr 22

Carrie Hall 4
Carter 6
Casa Bonita 28
x-Casa Del Mar 16
Cino 8
Claire 18
Clara 8

Claraten 4
Claremont 6
Claridge Hotel
Apartments 34
Clifford 30

Clyde Court 67
x-Coconut 16
College 8

Colonial Arms 8
Columns 22
Columns Court 24
Consuelo 4
Cooper 4
Cornell 4
Cornish Arms 14

o-Country Club
Apartments 4
Courtland 16
Couvreur 14
Covey 3
x-Covington Arms
Apt. Co. 29
x-Crichton Court 3
Croton 8
Croton Court 12
Crow 12
Culmer 18

Cushman 4

Dayton 8
o-De Castro 18
Del-Rio 22
Del Rose 16

Deno 22
Diana 18

Don 29
Dorn Hotel Apt. 101

Druid Court 18
Dubbins 20

DuRant 38
DuVal 12
Edgewood 8
El Gard 8
Elgin 20
Elgy 8
Elizabeth Ann 12
Elizabeth & Vera 16
EI'Lorene 20


4
3-6

3-4
5

3-5
2

3
5-8
2-3-4
1-4
3
3-4
5

4
2

1-2
2

2-3-4
2-3-4
4

3
2
3
2
5
4
3-4

4

3-4
1
4-5

3-4
4-5
3-4
4
2
3-4

4

3-4
4
3
3-4

2
3

3-4
1-2-
3-4
4
3

1-2-4
2
4
4
3-4
3

4
4
3-4


Season $600
Mo. $75-150
during season
Season $500-700
Mo. $100
during season
On application
Mo. $50-75
during season
Season $450-600
Season $700
Season $300-1500
Season $300-900
On application
On application
Mo. $75
during season
On application
On application

Season $400-700
Mo. $100-150
during season
On application
Season $425-850
Mo. $60
during season
On application
Season $350-550
Season $600-700
On application
On application
On application
Mo. $75
during season

Mo. $150-200
during season
Season $450-750
Mo. $40-50
On application

On application
On application
Season $450-750
Season $400-500
Season $450-600
Mo. $50-85
during season
Mo. $60
during season
On application
On application

Mo. $75
during season
On application
Mo. $50-125
during season
On application

On application
Season $600-1000
Mo. $50
during season
Season $500-750
Season $300-350
Season $500-600
On application
Season $350-600
Mo. $50
during season
Season $600
On application
Season $400-750







32 GOLDEN SUNSHINE ADDS GOLDEN YEARS


NAME APTS. ROOMS RATES


Ellyson
Elmer
El Mora
El Patio
El-Prado
Eltrado
El Varano
Elwico

E. M. B.

Englewood

Esmond

Esta Lou
x-Euclid
x-Evcrglades

Fairview
Felice

x-Ferdinande

Fernando

Fifth Avenue
Flagwood
Flamingo
Floral Park
Flori-Coral
Florida
Fort Dallas
Park Apts.
Frances-Louise
Fredora
Gem

-Gene Marie

George
Washington
Glen Royal

Gold Court
Goodsell Court
Gourley
Grace Gillespie
Grand Concourse
Granada
Greene
Griffith

Gro-Mar
Groveland
Hamel
x-Hampton Court
Hassell-Dupree
Hazel
Hazel Park

Heins

Henrietta
Towers 1
High

Highland
High View
Holbrook
Holleman Park
Home
Honeymoon
Howell
Hub
Idlewild
Illinois

Iroquois


18 3-4
18 3-4
4 4
18 2-4
8 4
8 4
8 4
12 4

66 2-3

12 4

8 4

4-6
28 2-3
44 1-2-
3-4
4 4
24 3-4

42 1-2-
3-4
32 1--2-
3-4
12 5
12 4
24 3-4
4 4
56 1-2-3
24 2-3-4

18 2-3-4
18 2-3
24 3-4
8 4

26 2


1-3-4
3

4
3
2-3-4
4
2-3-5
3-7
2-3
4

2-4
4
4-6
2-3-4
2-4
3
1-2

1-2


1-2-3
4

3-4
1-3-4
1
4
4
3
3-4
4
3
5

3-4

1-3-4
4


08
8

13
30
16
12
8
4
36
4
24
4

24


Jane 28
J. B. Apts. 5


On application
Season $300-450
Season $600
Season $400-850
On application
Season $750
Season $700
Mo. $50-75
during season
Mo. $40-90
during season
Mo. $50-60
year round
Mo. $75-150
during season
On application
Season $330-630
Mo. $75-160
during season
On application
Mo. $50-75
during season

Season $300-1000

Season $300-1000
On application
Season $500
Season $450-500
On application
Season $450-600
On application

On application
Season $350
On application
Mo. $62.50-75
during season
Mo. $20-35
during season

Season $180-360
Mo. $50
during season
On application
On application
Season $300-800
On application
Season $420-780
On application
On application
Mo. $50-60
year round
On application
On application
Season $600-900
Season $1500-3000
Season $350-600
On application
Mo. $50-75
during season
Mo. $65-200
during season

On application
Mo. $75
during season
Season $300-400
Season $600-1200
Season $350-750
On application
On application
Season $450
On application
On application
On application
Mo. $50-80
during season
Mo. $90-125
during season
On application
Mo. $60-65
during season


NAME
Jarrett
Jerome
Jewett
Johnson
Juanita

Junior

Kane
Kathy

Kendall Arms
Kentucky

King Edward
Koerner
Kremp

La Golondrina

La Paloma

LaRoche
Laudeti

Lausen
Leatherwood
Leila
Lerida
Lesster
Liberty

Lillian
Lincoln
Lindberg
Long
Louise
Luella
Lura
Lynn

Malcolm
Mar-Ford
x-Mare Vista
Marian
Mark-Twain
Marlboro
Marquand
Maryland
Mary Mac

Mayer
-Mayer Soukup
Building

x-Mayfield Court
Melfred
o-Mendoza
o-Menores
Merriam
Merriam
Merwill

Messimer
Messmer

Metcalfe
Miami Retreat
Michigan
Mills
Minerva

Miraflores
Mirado Court
Mohawk
Monona

x-Monterey

Moody

Moreland
Morrison
Mueeke
McDonald


APTS. ROOMS RATES


2-3
5
3
2-4
4

4

5
5

4
3-4

3-5
1-3-4
3-4

4

4

3-4
4

3
5
3-4
1-3
3-4
1-2-
3-4
7-9
2
3
2
3
2
4
4

4
5
2-3-4
6
4
4
4
1-3-4
3-4

2-3

3-4

2-3-4
4
1-4
4
3-4
5
1

4
4

4
2
4
4
3

3
4
4
2-4

1-2-
3-4
3-4

4-5
4
3
3-4


Season $450-700
Season $600-750
On application
Season $450-1350
Mo. $100
during season


Season $700-800
Mo. $75
during season
Season $600
Mo. $50-75
during season
Season $500-1600
Season $450-600
On application

Mo. $75
during season
Mo. $75
during season
Season $330-560
Mo. $60
during season
Season $500-600
On application
Season $350-600
On application
Season $300-600
Mo. $35-65
during season
Season $800-1000
On application
Season $600
Season $500-750
On application
Season $400-600
Season $750
Season $425-575

On application
On application
On application
On application
On application
On application
Reasonable rates
On application
Mo. $75
during season
Season $500-650

Mo. $40-80
during season
On application
On application
Maximum $85 mo.
On application
On application
On application
Mo. $35-75
during season
Season $500
Mo. $90-100
during season
On application
On application
On application
Season $600
Mo. $50
during season
On application
Season $300
On application
Mo. $75-125
during season

Season $500-1350
Mo. $60-75
during season
On application
Season $750-900
On application
On application










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