Title: Orange blossoms
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00086633/00120
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Title: Orange blossoms
Alternate Title: Orange blossom
Physical Description: 25 v. : ill. ; 28 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Florida Citrus Production Credit Association
Publisher: Florida Citrus Production Credit Association,
Florida Citrus Production Credit Association
Place of Publication: Orlando Fla
Publication Date: April 1967
Frequency: irregular
completely irregular
Subject: Oranges -- Marketing -- Periodicals   ( lcsh )
Oranges -- Periodicals -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Genre: periodical   ( marcgt )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1, (May 1942)-v. 25, no. 8 (Nov. 1967).
Numbering Peculiarities: Vol. 16 repeated in numbering.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00086633
Volume ID: VID00120
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 45618176
lccn - sn 00229153

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VOLUME 25, Number3 APRIL, 1967

'67 Officers Elected

Newly elected officers of Florida
Citrus Production Credit Associa-
tion assumed their responsibilities
Sat the meeting of the Board of Di-
rectors held March 30, 1967. John
W. Evans of Oviedo was elected
President of the Association, and
Ben R. Adams of Dade City will
Mr. Evans serve as Vice-president during the
coming year. Mr. A.T. Campbell,
Jr. was reelected as Secretary-
Treasurer and General Manager.
Mr. Evans joined the Board of Di-
rectors of the Association in July
of 1965 and began to serve immedi-
ately on the Executive Committee.
He will continue to serve on this
committee, whose primary purpose
is the consideration of loanappli-
Mr. Adams cations. Mr. Evans is past presi-
dent of the Florida Fruit & Vegetable Assn., is currently
Vice-president of the Florida Agricultural Council, a member
of the Seminole County Board of Public Instruction, as well
as Secretary-Treasurer of Nelson & Co., Inc. of Oviedoand
President of Evans Groves, Inc., his citrus operation.

Ben R. Adams is General Manager of West Coast Growers
Cooperative of Dade City. He was elected to the Board of
Directors of Florida Citrus PCA in October, 1965; in addi-
tion to his election as vice-president, Mr. Adams was
named as a regular standing member of the Executive Com-
mittee. Mr. Adams is vitally concerned with labor problems
in the citrus industry and serves on various important labor
committees on a statewide level.

Further business in the organizational meeting of the Board
of Directors on March 30th included amendment of the Asso-
ciation's by-laws to reduce the membership of the Board of
Directors to seven, the adoption of the "Director Emeritus"
program (see next column), and the resignation of director
J. Dan Wright, Jr., of Tallahassee.

S"Be It Resolved _"
"Adoption of this resolution is to enable the Association
= to recognize years of faithful service as a director of
this Association and to continue to benefit from his wise
counsel through bestowing this honorary title on an es-
pecially capable man."
With these words Florida
Citrus Production Credit
Assn. honored two long-
time friends and faithful
associates by naming them
Directors Emeritus. The
two directors so named are
I. Earl Anderson of Lake-
land and Ford W. Moody Anderson Moody -
Mr. Anderson is a native of Polk County, Florida and has
beenin the grove, cattle and land business all his life. An
ardent sportsman, Mr. Anderson and his wife, Leah, are well
known throughout the area as big-game hunters of note. A
1957 safari to Africa and two hunting trips to Alaska, along
with other travels, have provided them with trophies of all
kinds and sizes as well as color photographic records. Earl
Anderson came on the Board of Directors of the Association
in November of 1940, giving hima record of 29 years of ser-
vice. He served as president of the Association in 1948.
Ford W. Moody, Sr. was elected to the Board of Directors
in February, 1947. He was general manager of Palm Harbor
Citrus Growers Assn. until its recent dissolution. He con-
tinues to keep active in citrus affairs through the Florida
Citrus Exchange. He visits Mexico and the RioGrande Val-
ley of Texas annually for a review and study of the citrus
industry there. Mr. Moody also is an enthusiastic sports-
man, particularly when he can involve his son, Ford, Jr.,
in his fishing and hunting activities,
In this newly established program, as Director Emeritus each
of these men continues to be eligible to attend all meetings
of the Board and to participate in the deliberations in an ad-
visory capacity. The directors and management of Florida
Citrus PCA expect to continue to rely on the advice and
counsel of these two capable, interested honorary directors.

VOLUME 25, Number 3

APRIL, 1967


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it's UP

with YOUTH

:: It's a special pleasure to spotlight the smiling
::: faces of the members of the 4-H Junior Leaders
i Club of Orlando, who assisted with the younger
Members of our FCPCA family during the movies
at our annual meeting.
Reading from left to right are:
Marlene Partin; Linda Hodges;
Jean Hinely; Darlene York;
Patty Base; Rita York; Sherry
Sturm; Elaine Profitt. Hidden
from view are Nora Buning and
a." Patty Ellis ...... At left, Mrs.
Deloris Wilkins, Ass't. Home
Demonstration Agent, accepts
on behalf of the Junior Leaders
Club a check presented by FC
r PCA's David A. Graddy at the
close of the meeting.

I dwell in obscure knowledge, A part and apart.
Amongst clamorous quietude (still and ever stirring)
In a world of frivolity, funerals, facts, fighting.
Simple -- to define my surroundings -- Surroundings
Moulding, shaping my notions.
Environment alters,changes,transforms the impressions of men. (some say)
Yes, But environment has never created a man.
So I ask: who am i?
Not what? when? why? how?
A representative--of love between two ( and many before them); of
of beliefs past and present; of ideas
An image of God
Hope -- for world improvement
Controversy a product of a generation.
who am i?
i AM rebellious (i even rebell at certain rebellion).
i AM a believer -- in God, man's worth, society.
i AM a lover; i feel.
who am I ?
i am unique.
A special combination to myself; those who love or hate me
but not positively definable
Only one thing is positive --- i am I.
Miss Toni Lee Bentler, a first year studentat Florida
Presbyterian College, is the thoughtful young author
of the above composition. Whether or not free verse
and/or poetry is to your liking, the searching of to-
day's youth expressed in this cannot but instill con-
fidence in their world of tomorrow.


Joy-Grief can take care of itself; but to get
the full value of joy you must have somebody
to divide it with. -Mark Twain

The first recipient of Florida Citrus
PCA's scholarships will be presented
his check for $500 at the Gulf Coast
Citrus Seminar at Dade City on Friday,
April 28th. Topics of current interest to citrus
growers are regular fare at these citrus semi-
nars sponsored by the Florida Agricultural Ex-
tension Service, and we urge all of you to put
these on your calendars and attend the
program nearest you. Coming up --
April 28: Gulf Coast Citrus Institute
at Dade City -- AND
May 30 and 31: South Florida Citrus
Institute at Camp Cloverleaf-- Lake

All representatives of Florida Citrus
PCA attended a two-day school of ad-
Svanced management studies at Jack-
sonville during April. The course was
sponsored by the Federal Intermediate Credit
Bank of Columbia which provides leadership,
supervision, and agricultural loan funds for
68 production credit associations in North and
South Carolina, Georgia, and Florida. Some
of the subjects covered in the course were
credit policies and procedures, evaluating
farmers' financial and operating statements,
progressive thinking and growth. The school
was part of a continuing program of training
for all production credit association directors
and employees.

Records toppled..... at the annual
'*.0 meeting of stockholders. Not only
j was it a family affair for the first time
with special programs for the children,
but a total of 36% of our member-stockholders
turned out for the evening meeting, along with
our guests for an attendance of 5 1 4 people.
We're already planning and looking forward to
an even greater turnout next year.

"Orange Blossoms"
Newsletter to the Members and Friends of the
Florida Citrus Production Credit Association
%2\DA C/L,p,
"I Post Office Drawer 2111
Orlando, Florida 32802

General Manager .......................... A....... A.T. Campbell, Jr.
Newsletter Editor....................................... Ellen Haynie

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