SWIM—In the exhilarating surf at the world's most famous beach
or plunge in sea'filled pools at ocean'side casinos.
GOLF—On any of eleven palnvfringed courses, down fairways
where champions have trod, on greens as smooth as velvet.
TENNIS—On your choice of fifty courts, under smiling skies
which invite brilliant play.
RIDE—On gaited horses in the bracing air of early morn, along
bridle paths bordered with flowers, palms and pines.
MOTOR—On paved highways which bring new vistas of tropic
wonder at every turn, beside seas of iridescent hues.
SAIL—On the sparkling waters of Biscayne Bay in the southeast
trades which once filled the canvas of Spanish treasure galleons.
FISH—In the Gulf Stream, two miles offshore, alive with 600
varieties of game fish waiting to test your skill.
SPEED—In trim craft that churn rainbows aft and fill your lungs
with a cocktail of salty tang, dashed with an unforgettable thrill.
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SHOOT—At flying clays from skeet and straight traps, or join
target teams on the rifle and pistol range.
SEE—Hialeah Park, the world's most beautiful shrine to the
thoroughbred, gay with exotic flowers and tropic verdure.
VISIT—The three greyhound race tracks in greater Miami. "Going
to the dogs" is an increasingly popular wintertime diversion.
STOP—At the nineteenth hole for something tall and cold.
There'll be one on every corner and coconut milk is plentiful.
DANCE—To the tunes of gay orchestras under the southern moon.
Miami's Casinos and Cabarets are unsurpassed.
PAUSE—For a quiet moment, drink in the warm beauty of the
tropics, escape from the cares you left behind.
REMEMBER—Miss Miami is waiting for you. Your pals will be
at her party. They'll miss you if you fail to heed the call.
TAKE—Home a coat of tan, a coconut, a new stock of stories and
vivid memories of the best time you'll ever hope to have.
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1 leaf, fold, to 16 x Ilk cm.
TO MIAMI! OCT. 22, 23, 24, and 25, 1934. [Miami: 1934]
Promotiis "the biggest and best^Leeion convention ever^stageq. **.