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and secretary and complete electionn gowers.w iorhave,
plans for their respective districts.- o6-a iiqah. heId'l&
Designate Polling Places. The Assoca
It was further decided to-hold the daiy tnh n .
election between the hours of 2 00 vahi,-1 Fa-.6'-,
and 4:00 o'clock on the afternoon- ti:and teis acit i
-i b -, tte, nti q4- .., W.
of April 2nd and that the polling aBle teltiQ
places for the entire state .be as fol- 1 The rsult prbab
lows: many new growers andr
District No. -IWinter Haven, City sig 1 dr -the.-scond
S.-HaIl"- mi e Ithee=Asseciatidienj
District No. 2-Tanipa, Chmlieig df moreffeei v. "
't' *.. "oin meoce i . l. "
District No.3-Leesburg H ll.turi c t on
District No. 4--Dbetand, Chamberof visory e
Commerce... the Directors asod
District No. 5 -Orlando, Chamber of spective.dis% ctsi-
66mmnice. ..-. done ~by-Febti- [
District No. 6-Vero Beach,- Cgui-t work, whjic' i~lusfcik '
'i use ..,. .committee, moeei
District No. _7 ar c i ... ip-i
The Committeebf Fifty represen- i '~ .a-an
stations for the various districts have .-E '
been decided. upioi'as follows :.bis- to', is made ; u.of : f
*trict No. 1, 15,; District No. ,2, 8; original ymmb
District No. 3,-7; District No. 4, 4; Committ f
District N6. 5, 6; Disitice No 6, 4; fol n -
and District No. 7, 6. ..
SThe Committee of Fifty, which is rm .
obligated to make nrominationsifor ai :
S:the Directorate and tlie Committ e.e -
of. Fift itself, will file theblist of_ R ME
iomifiatiobhi with the Secietaryn'ot -
fei than teinty days'prior th i
:.date b6 .the election.-, Frtlie de- H
Stalls for thd holding of t ie.electih e
-such as voting by mail whichAti" t .l .
be permifted,.:prepaiatitn of bile be
' and bther m tters-pertainiingto the '.'
firat election- re to be wor-. t: l
-by he electiofi'committee. and-b~i
':-ly 'will'.be 'aniourced in. thei '
issue of the NEWS. .
-view of the .coAingile.Ieo a.
Swo h-.arei u
p. It is tfno
1CIr o 'ar, ~o is hwinsth
au Of te2O. re-, ot- rpf ruit ruh9 Nrhls ~u
- i ta1
'. .*L1- ~
Taylor Sa yitusl I2-
indust PrdtilMil1 1
:If Pt6pery laai. 1-
TATE -Senafor John S. Taylor of
S Largo, recently spdke before the '..
Rotary Club of Cleartwater' on -the sometimQ
problems of the citrus industry. beerr.a'l
Senator Taylor has been closely af- will :be
filiated with the-industry all his life, miemti rs
having given 50 years.to.the pr-oduc- ':A. me
tion and marketing of -citrus, and is Comn3tt
one of the largest growers in the ing'of T
state. m '
Stability of -the citrus industry is by .oth
not a difficult-problem, Senator Thy- t ctet to
lor.emphasized, if growers and ship:- qientiy
-pers'~onform to simple trade .irin- the Boar
ciples. The'fruit can be grown-suc- ip'the'a
cessfully in limited and restricted erable'aj
areas, he said, and there is an ever whicl. w
increasing market and demand. e-.e befoete.l
declared the Florida orange- to be .i?
the richest and sweetestigrowh,; Gi; o
- Jeft-on 'tbe-ihee.-iantl.-ib-'is -.,l:pA'" s
There would be hio danger .of over-- enbino-p
Production if'the- fruit were 'not .cippings
-picked too early. If left on the tee which.wa
fntil' it was properly .ripene l tii n'g"
would go into the market in .good eideice'
condition instead of bad condition.- tractingk
Senator Taylor cited fear of cold .Manage
weather as the controlling'factor in. trs _i1r
rushing the fruit to market before through
it has matured .properly.-- That this -our1a
fear, was groundless was- indicated seea
-'by -'the. speaker who' said .that only en-
three times in. the last3.-.years
.his e there b'eeb 2feez epi' a-i-L-
-d4fng-es and.inlacli-case te damage Uioc 0 1
was small.' Also,; he iefmidedt- i4
in his experiences ;and' obsebri io
covering a period of 0 yearthe1 whc
have been only. three 1huiii e w Xhi
tl~a did appe4ia'ble' dainaj ogli~ :
.ditrus.cr his damage tiuai the~
restredi to: limited -ea rbeea
ei;euentlytCe danmgerias'lmall head
grownn and naaed' shold t ihemn b
thbere.s-no in:c' o, it.th edtea, ciaiia
SStates more'bstablb, .n~ibecrt -air's askfr
a.* p.arind more certi i a :a -gdd' eefter.
arkt t3ha the i& ng slip
a i Forida points for, standard qual- a sen
tie siIzeid 'packs putsthe ''fin- cusig
eishing--tonclie of hard luck on thi fiie&itfe
-:imiustry for -Florida. Ai
CITRUS 'EXPORit'S -
.. p GEOGE .WOOP
K -teme ollo.w. j~ew York dental sui
S ers ewhol re con Y ec ied iee.te editor- ofthe
.teei n isge aud owner of oran
Ss t -u-lik in the.vicinity.of Orlanda'
uebke. m es- m etensie experiments..wi
S3jthe er ee..fo, medicinal -purpq
en venrai has become one of the [fibs
e e-a atibt advocatesof frut jui
A .e76'" k 1 Lheartily. i- 1'aVdr.-. While spendig--
.- eks in O'lando reen
Spitsolveall iur problem_ a.tt Clapp spoke before th'i
ltak.es tin.e fo liy ni- Realty Board on "OrankgeS
on a ^oiprehens ive as tlhit' to Flu.". Excerpts from .thib
.iari ba "make headway givenbelow: .-.
t ea ia aab ~~.en e .The- group of. infe;~;tb
-blif 'rek do6:
^fi I thatiqns with. peuniomikLaa
. ,:-_:.:'-_: i ei ses. AInseen we^A
SEryock;. :~h'deaths, from a combiin
SL t gth hi g.whihman flwitly '.-.either neiumoM. '(
a tlfe* ust~y~Ieirlook is thiata diru ease's: ia resed; 506,B&ae
..one.o...he ggest things !n.Flor a s .*:i--- ".
ia citrus busIine~ stab. ":' t' ii
ieP t a pofitable basis, Wae'
everything will get th benefit, from - .-I..
Saowi to the cold drink personBihe .8fhet
i.sn t 'bthe; words, '.hen .rwe S eul Eprom -a
0 11U a -e inidistry secureI, ft gepit phhysician,hi .A*
t er logrida. 'Looki . b
it at eyevdery mn in and ~grentiy fi~crdge p
Sit.o.t dc it rusJ idustry e-is'. iriss 6retl ie 0 t o
e The -indiut r m
6. -1hateaibn every su b-Io
g e tCiearng- Hfu b n geeI
S; oe i -. i '-sou st and iSed h ft
hoselyt-6 th o-ttide should ri. ith s ..
i s nd see nthaiit attains 'the i" i idnff
s ..~, e. fo.wich. i orgai e h.i d
LI "Co 1ratnr is the spirit of'the a
age i lie agcultural world just as e
Smergerst-- andn consolidations. are in 'soe c e
tde na ieal And the man wh e orange a day e ven
I;L'.P p.. wLI age,
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