Vol. 13, oI. 4.
REs Citrus Institute, Camp MoQuarrie, August 16 20, 195.;
The twenty-first annual Citrus Institute at 4.- Camp McQuarrie will signal the
time when this event beoanes of age.
This annual event has continued through the years to serve a useful purpose for
Florida Citrus Growers. The programs have consistently featured the presenta-
tion of the most recent oitrus information by well qualified people, with oppor.
tunity provided for questions and discussion.
H. G. CLAYTON
A fine program has been arranged for you and you are most cordially invited to
attend. The facilities at Camp MoQuarrie have been improved and will provide some addition-
al conveniences for your comfort. There will be time for some recreation and relaxation and
for those personal visits with growers and others that are pleasant and helpful.
The Extension Service takes this opportunity to extend to you a personal invitation to attend
all or any part of the program. If you wish to stay in the camp overnight, please write to
R. N. Norris, Lake County Agricultural Agent, Tavares, Florida for reservations.
The Citrus Institute salutes an old friend and the new home of the Horticultural Field Station
of the United States Department of Agriculture at Orlando. This new home is headquarters for
research in citrus and subtropical fruits for the United States and for storage and transport.
station studies on citrus, subtropical fruits and winter vegetable industries.
OFFICIAL PROGRAM 21ST 8A1UL INSTITUTE AT UCAP MC QUAIRIE
Mrs* Dorothy Fraser
Miss Frances Cannon
THE ANNUAL CITRUS INSTITUTE IS DIRECTED BY THE FLORIDA
AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION SERVICE
H. Lightfoot Lake County Commissioner Honary Camp Director
K. S. McMullen Extension District Agent Institute Director
R. E. Norris Lake County Agricultural Agent, Institute Mgr.
F. E. Baets-an Orange Comty Agricultural Agent Assist-
ant Institute Director
Mrs. Dorothy Fraser Registrar
Bill Tarnelli Our Entertainer
Reeding Hollinger Lake County Grower Canteen Manager
A. H. hbitmore Secretary, Florida Citrus Production Credit
Association Publicity Director
Miss Martha Burdine Asstt. Iake County Home Demonstration
Miss Frances Cannon Extension Health Education Specialist
Miss Cleo Arnett, Extension Nutritionists
*Will conduct demonstrations in the uses of citrus in the diet
Florida Agricultural Experiment StationV U. S. Department of
Agriculture2 Florida Citrus Commission; Florida Farm Bureau;
Florida Citrus Production Credit Association and Other Agri-
cultural Agencies. Mi
The Citrus Institute Committee Expresses Appreciation to:
THE FLORIDA CITRUS PRODUCTION CREDIT ASSOCIATION Orlando .
Programs and Song Sheets
DOLOMITE PRODUCTS, Inc., Ooala Fans in the Auditorium
FOREMOST FERTILIZER COMPANY Leesburg, Identification Tags
CHILEAN NITRATE EDUCATIONAL BUREAU J. F. Basemore, Mgr.,
UMATILIA CITRUS GROUERS ASSOCIATION Umatilla Field Boxes
WILSCI & TOOMER FERTILIZER COMPANY Prices
HARRY P. IEU, Inc., Cushions
B. & W. CANNING CCMPANY Groveland Frozen Concentrate
ALL SPEAKERS AID OTHERS uho contributed to this program Miss Cl
Miss Cleo Arnett
Jim Burkhalter, Assistant Lake
County Agent, and a detail of
4-H Club Boys will help make
the camp run smoothly.
3loriba Citrus robutiton brebit Association
A citrus production financing cooperative, in the interest of
assisting the University of Florida Extension Service, and the
Department of Agriculture to bring to the growers, current in.
formation on new practices and developments that will aid them
in raising, harvesting, and marketing their fruit more economic.
cally, appreciates the opportunity of furnishing the official
program for the Citrus Institute at Camp McQuarrie.
-- Al Whitmore
R. E. Norris
ss Martha Burdine
ORIANDO WINTER HAVEN EUSTIS
A. H. Whitmore
MOIDLT August 16. . . .. .. E. Norris, In Charge
2100 P. M. 6:00 P. M. . . . Camp Registration
6,15 P. M. SUPPER. . . . . Mesa Hall
8t00 P. M. ASSEMBLY. . . . . . Auditorium
K. S. McMullen, Extension Service
District Agent, In Charge
7:15 A. M. BREAKFAST. . . . . . .Mess Hall
8030 A. M. -ANNOUNCEMENTS. . . . . Auditorium
F. S. PERRY Extension Service District Agent Presiding
8t45 A. M. INVOCATION Rev. Lee W. Davidson, Pastor
First Methodist Church, Umatilla
VELCOME Earl Lehmann, Secretary, Lake County Chamber of
OPENING REMARKS He G. Clayton, Director, Florida Agricult-
ural Extension Service, Gainesville
"TOP-JORKING BEARING CITRUS TREES" Fred P. Lawrenoe Citri-
oulturist, Agricultural Extension Service, Gainesville
"A DISCUSSION OF GREASY SPOT" W. L. Thompson, Engomologist,
Citrus Experiment Station, Lake Alfred
"SEASONAL CHANGES IN FLORIDA TEMPLE ORANGES" Dr. Paul L.
Harding, Principal Plant Physiologist,USDA, Orlando
12:15 DINNER. .. . . . . . . Mess Hall
1:30 P. M. W. J. Platt, Jr., Extension Service, District
"THE VALUE OF THE CITRUS COMMISSION TO THE FLORIDA CITRUS
INDUSTRY" J. J. Parrish, Jr., Titusville, Chairman, Flori-
da Citrus Commission.
'ev. Lee Davidson
Lar L nmann
Fred P. Lawrence
"ARSENIC CI GRAPEFRUIT" Dr. E. J. Deszyok, Associate Horti-
culturist, Citrus Experiment Station
"THE STATE PLANT BQARD'S PROGRAM IN RELATION TO THE CITRUS IN.
DUSTRY" Ed L. Ayers, Plant Commissioner, State Plant Board
W. J. Platt, Jr.
"THE IMPORTANCE AND NEED OF CITRUS BREEDING WORK"
Reese, Botanist, USDA, Orlando
- Dr. P. C.
>r. E. J. Deszyck
4s00 P. M. ADJOURN, Swimming, Boating, Fishing, etc.
6:15 P. M. SUPPER . . . . . Mess Hall
8:00 P. M. AUDITORIUM Evening Entertainment Featuring
Bill Tarnelli and his accordion
Ed L. Ayers
Dr. P. C. Reese
TUESDAY August 17
F. S. Perry
Dr. Paul Harding
Dr. Herbert Spencer
THERSDAT August 19. * * *K. S. McMullen, In Charge
7:15 A* M. BREAKFAST. .. ...... Mess Hall
8,30 A. M. ANOWCEMEITS ,. . . . . .Auditorium
Zaoh Savage, Associate Economist, Florida Agricultural Exper-
iment Station Presiding
8s45 A. M. Tape Recorded Panel Discussion on Lemons and
Limes in Florida
"THE CITRUS MITE PROBLEM' Dr. Herbert Spencer, Entomologist
EFFECTSS OF SULFUR AND NITROGE SOURCES Off SUBSOIL ACIDITY IN
IN FLORIDA CITRUS GROVES" Dr. I. W. Wander, Soil
Chemist, Citrus Experiment Station
"MERCHANDISING GIMMICK or GOLD?" walter J. Page, Direct.
or of Publio Relations and Merchandising
Florida Citrus Exchange Tampa
12%15 P. M. DINNER. .. . . . . Mess Hall
130 P. M. Louis V. Ziegler, Professor of Citrioulture,
Florida College of Agriculture Presiding
"FMLRIDA CITRUS MUTUAL' Robert W. Rutledge, General Mgr.
Fertilizer Panel: "THE NEW CITRUS FERTILIZATI(C RECOMMEIDA.
TIO'" Frank L. Holland Manager, Florida. Agricultural
Research Institute Moderator
Panel Members: J. V. Whitaker, Suift & Co., Winter Haven
W. R. Hanoook, Fosgate Growers Cooperative,
Dr. Herman Reitzt Citrus Experiment Station
Dr. Walter Reuther, U. S. Horticultural
Fred P. Lawrence, Agricultural Extension
Dr. Walter Reuther to00 P. M.
6:15 P. M.
8:00 P. M.
I 7:00 A. M.
- ADJOURN Boating, Swimming, Fishing, etc.
SSUPPER. . . . . . .. Mess Hall
- EVENING ENTERTAINMENT Auditorium FEATURING
.wHHHwa* BILL TARUELLI w*me**w*
FRIDAT August 20
. BREAKFAST. . . .Camp and Institute Adjourn
. R. ok
V. R. Hanoook
Robt. W. Rutledge
Frank L. Holland
Frank L. Holland
H. J. Reitz
WE ESDAT August 18 K. S. MOMullen, In Charge
7:15 A. BREAKFAST. . . . . . . Mess Hall
8130 A. M, AlNONCEMETS. . . . . . Auditorium
M. O. itkins, Assistant Director, Agricultural Extension
M. 0. Watkins Lail Morthland
8,45 A. M. "DEVELOPMENTS IN TRISTEZA RESEARCH" Dr. T. J. ail
.:; . ; Grant, Plant Pathologist, USDA Orlando
"PRACTICAL APPLICATION OF A BIOLOGICAL CITRUS INSECT CONTROL
SPROGRAM" Lail Morthland, Grower, Weirsdale
"PRESENT STATUS OF RESEARCa 0N SPREADING DECLINE" Dr. R. F.
Suit, Plant Pathologist, Citrus Experiment Station
Dr. R. F. Suit
S METHODD OF TREATING SPREADING DECLINE IN CITRUS" Morton
Howell, Production Manager, Waverly Growers Cooperative
Dr. T. J. Grant
12s15 P. M. DINR. . . . . . .Mess Hall
Sl0s30 P. M. F. E. Baetzman, Orange County Agricultural
"WITH QUANTITY WAT ABOOT QUALITY" S. R. (Si) Smith, Dir.
eotor, Fruit and Vegetable Division, Marketing Ser-.
vices USDA, Washington F. E. Baetsman
"TRENDS IN CITRUS PROCESSING IN FLORIDA" Dr. F. W. Wensel,
/ Chemist, Citrus Experiment Station
"NOTES ON THE LIFE OF THE CITRUS THEE SNAIL" Dr. M. H. MHna,
Associate Entomologist, Citrus Experiment Station
"THE EFFECT OF SOIL TYPE ON ROOT DISTRIBUTION" Dr. Harry W.
Ford, Assistant Horticulturist, Citrus Experiment Station 8. R. Smith
4 00 P. M. ADJOURN Swinming, Boating, Fishing, eto,
615 P. M. SUPPER..... ..... .... Mess Hall
Dr. F. W. Wensel 8:00 P. M. AUDITORIUM Evening Entertainment FEATURING
ee**ne* BILL TARUELLIw******
S Evenin Recreation Features
BILL TARNELLI and his aooordion will be featured
thruout the week. Dr. N. H. Muma
MONDAY Introduction Night
TUESDAY Singing, Movies, Games
WEDHESDAT Singing, Movies, Games
THURSDAY Singing TALENT NIGHT
Dr. Harry Ford
Annual Citrus Growers Institute
Camp McQuarrie --
16 TO 20
HOif TO GET TBERs All roads lead to Camp McQuarrie
and the Citrus Growers Institute which will be held
August 16 20, 1954.
IRECMTIt: The Institute provides a trained recrea-
ton Ieater. Swilming, boating, fishing, horseshoes,
volley ball, songs, games and fun will be provided
for the entertainment of persons attending the Insti-
tute. Moving pictures of special interest will be
shown throughout the week. Again this year the Citrus
Institute is fortunate in having Bill Tarnelli and
his aooordion as the top entertainment feature for
the entire week.
SIEEPING ACCMMODAOTIOISs Available without charge as
long as tey last, in the ten cabins at Camp MoQuarrie.
Facilities are available for men, women and children.
Persons using the aooamoodations at the Camp must
bring sheets, pillows, towels and other personal ef.
foots, as they are not provided by the camp. Sleeping
aoocomodations are also available at nearby motor
courts at a nominal price. Persons desiring sleeping
aooamodations at the camp should make their reserve.
tions early by mailing the form shown below to:
R. E. NOgRIS, County Agent
$1.00 ESERVATICN FEB FOR EACH PERSON SHOULD ACCOL.
PArT TOUR RESERVATION. MAE ALL CHECKS PAYABLE TO:
THE CITSS=S BTISTiTM
Costs Persons staying from Monday supper thru Fri.
W 'Treakfast #9.00. Individual meals $1.00,
(except breakfast $.60.
IN CASE OF CANCELITI(Ns Reservation fees will be
refunded ONLY if canoellation is made by 'WDNESDAY,
Astor Park, Fla.
In Ocala National Forest
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R. E. NORRIS
Please make reservations for me at the Citrus Growers Institute to be held Mon-
day to Friday August 16 20, 1954 at Camp McQuarrie. Inolosed is $ reservation
fee which will be credited to me when I register at camp. There will be men,
women children (under six years of age)l boys; girl as parW -
I (oun) (operate) acres of citrus groves in Cougty.