FLORIDA: Pleasure Dome

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"There are no boll weevils in the tourist crop," the sages say in Florida. Last week Florida was harvesting its biggest crop of tourists. In limousines and trailers, by airline and boat and railway (at lowest fares ever), they spread through all the long reach from Jacksonville on the north to Key West in the south (see map). They went to fish for sail, marlin, tarpon on both coasts; to peer at fish on display at Marineland and Silver Springs; to watch their favorite ballplayers at Orlando, Clearwater, Sarasota; to hear...

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