Second Blooming

When the Florida real estate boom collapsed, Florida went on short rations for seven years. Last week Florida made a gesture to help out other states also on short rations. That the jobless of northern states might have vitamins for breakfast, the Florida Citrus Control Committee agreed to donate 11,000 bushels of oranges per day to unemployment, provided Federal Surplus Relief Corp. would pay packing and shipping costs. Well might Florida make this gesture, for last week she felt that her seven lean years were over.

For more than three weeks Atlantic Coast Line and...

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