P.M. Lamberton supports bond issue
the run was as caused are of be ten IAMBERTONIS LIONS SPEAKER A large attendance of Lions club members heard 1 talk on two subjects of much interest to Brownsville Brownsville people, the bond issue for a new water plant, and the citrus industry. The speaker of the day P. M. Lamberton. . . Lamberton urged the passage of the bond issue, emphasizing; the need for a new water system. Outlining the growth of the citrus industry form 1921, when the first carload shipment was made, to when 3,700 cars were shipped, Lamberton predicted that within a few years the Valley will be shipping shipping '30,000 carloads a year. Such an increase will necessitate enlarging enlarging the market to sections of country not now consuming the fruit in any quantity. As a more immediate problem he called attention to the need for improved marketing-, and the elimination of "peddlers" who sell out culls from their loads. Progress in the profitable disposal of culls is being made in the canning and bottled juices, Lamber,ton Lamber,ton said. Dr. Lawrence Olmstead was a visitor at the meeting. Vocal duets were given by Miss Louise Vick and Mrs. C. L. Stone, accompanied by Paul Kennard.