A 60-foot concrete tower at (22 Jan 1918)

A 60-foot concrete tower at the Miami Beach casino is tipped over into the ocean in an attempt to bank up sand and restore the beach. (22 Jan 1918)

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Page: 7, Section: N/A

The city building ordinance is (11 Jan 1918)

The city building ordinance is tested when a squatter puts stilts and an addition on a houseboat off Seventh Street. (11 Jan 1918)

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Page: 16, Section: N/A

Attorney Billingsley claims that 8 (11 Jan 1918)

Attorney Billingsley claims that 8 acres occupied by the government aviation school at Dinner Key is public land. (11 Jan 1918)

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Page: 1, Section: N/A

F C B LeGro purchases (7 Jan 1918)

F. C. B. LeGro purchases 180 acres of submerged land in Biscayne Bay for $54,000. (7 Jan 1918)

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Page: 6, Section: N/A

The steamer Thames puts into (7 Jan 1918)

The steamer Thames puts into Canaveral Bight after using up its coal battling the rough seas on her way back to Jacksonville. (7 Jan 1918)

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Page: 2, Section: N/A