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PIERCE, FLORIDAWEDNESDAY, NOV. 17, 1965
Jacksonville May Become The State's Major Port
By AL PRINCE development geared more to| Ihe port must invest $100 milFkridi Timti-Uniofl the opening of Ihe Cross-F'or- lion during the next 10 years Writtm for in order to be ready to handle ida Barge Canal. Th« AtwcUttd Pr»» The rest of the $25 million Ihe volume of business anticiJACKSONVILLE ( A P ) -Tam- will be spent as the county's pated by 1975. pa, Port Everglades, Miami share in h a v i n g the Jackson- Even wilh its present faciliand P a n a m a Cily lake notice, ville harbor dredged, from a ties, the port of Jacksonville for the f u t u r e of the port of depth of 34 feet to 38 feel. The has managed to hold on t o Jacksonville has taken a dras- federal government will c o n- second place in terms of total tic change, lonnage moved through Florida tribute $8,484,000. The porl, destined to go oul With the expected increase in ports. of business within 10 years, now business from the $25 million inFlorida's leading port is Tamhas a chance of becoming the vestment, authority officials an- pa, where 17,389,921 Ions of carstale's major port by 1975. Byticipate the port's earnings lo go were handled last year, comthat l i m e Ihc port also is ex- increase enough lo allow a $75 pared with 9,281,866 tons in pected lo be the overnight dis- million inveslmenl for f u r t h e r Jacksonville. Porl Everglades handled S,tribution point for Florida and improvements and expansions. five other Southeastern states. The port of Jacksonville's long 121,862 tons last year, Panama With the approval of a $25 j r a n g e program is based on an Cily 1.18-1.260 tons, and M i a m i million bond program by Duval I engineering sludy that shows 11,357,616. County voters Nov. 2, (he Jacksonville Port Authority is ready to launch a long-range $100million expansion and improvement program. The first undertaking will be the replacement of Ihe downtown Talleyrand docks and terminals al a cosl of $15.7 milahead. It's the season of great By SAM DAWSON lion. Work is expected to start est activity for most merchants AP Business News Analyst early next year and be comAnd personal income tolals NEW YORK ( A P ) piled by the end of 1968. continue to rise, High employReplacement of the docks and economy is picking up new ment and higher wage scales terminals is being given t o p strength at the halfway mark in are helping. There's also a boost priority because port officials the final quarter of the year. from such sidelines as stock And the hullabaloo over alu- dividends. Payments are at a believe the lack of modern facllies has kept J a c k s o n v i l l e minum prices — even the tem- record so far this year. And the from becoming Florida's major porary breakdown of electric first yearend extras signal a power in the industrial North- record outflow of cash from corport. The new facilities will be the east — is likely to add to the porate coffers to sharcowners. mos! modern in the southeast, tempo on the final weeks of the Tiising prices here and there says Dave Rawls, porl authori year — if for no other reason will give a misleading glow to l h a n the rush to catch up after some of Iho statistics reckoned ly m a n a g i n g director. Bui (here's more to the port the disruption and uncertainly in dollars. This inflation, so far of Jacksonville's future than the of (he firsl two weeks of Novem- mild, colors Ihe rcporls of the rcplacemcnl of docks and term- ber. | economy in general. But the big The statistics of the economy boost still is in the actual unit inals. With its ideal geographical location, the porl expects to scorn sure to be fatter at year- volume — Ihe rising total of reap 90 per cent of the bene- end — both in dollar volume — goods, the increased number of fits to be offered by the Cross- influenced byrisingprices - pcrsons al wor k. and in unit volume. Florida Barge Canal. Copper prices are going up as The canal is nol expected !o open until the early 1970's. But supplies tighten. T'arl of the when it docs, the Jacksonville push behind prices in this metal Port Authority p l a n s to be is from political uproar in The Democratic Club of St. producton centers in South ready for it. and centra! Afri- Lucie County will meet al 7:30 Port Authority officials s c e America Jacksonville's future as the ma- ca, forcing world prices higher. I P-m. Thursday in Room 203 of jor bulk-handling port in Flor- Much of the rise in Ihe United the new courthouse to nominate Slates is due lo i n c r e a s i n g de- new officers, for election in Janida and the southeast. uary. A deciding factor in achiev- mand for mrtal. Juvenile Court Judge J. M. Sled produclion is taking a ing this goal will be the development of Blount Island. The tentative step (ipward again. It Sample will be the main speakIsland of 1,500 raw acres is had been lagging since a labor about half-way on the St. Johns settlement early in September liiver between the ocean and ended fear of a strike. This sent cuslomers lo living off off o f i the port authority facilities. Kngineers estimate that ahoul stockpiles built up as a precaufix miles of decp-valer docking tion. A 40-aore cirrus grove n e a r Auto production is booming, facilities can be buill around Orange A v e n u e Extension and and so arc sales of the new Hie i s l a n d . Of the S25 million, Snecd Road has been sold in Ihc Port Authority has e a r- models. Most people see Ihis as St. Lucie County for an indicatmarked $8,974.000 for berthing assurance l h a l public confied price of $93,000, subject to find sloragc facilities on Ihe is- dence in good times ahead is an existing S50.000 mortgage. strong — and lhal consumer land. The seller was St. Uick However, work on Blounl Is- spending slill is free wheeling. Groves, Inc., of Winter Garden This should assure record reland is a lew priorily ilem, lo Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Sutton Rawls said, with the island's tail sales In the weeks, just and George J. Daniels, also o: Orange County.
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