The Howey tribune ( June 1928 )

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", aturaL."'" for. the".-
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ress.'to make much
ed.split in the *Re-
I ,.T.hiere are des -
constructi.ve. -splitsa- ;
iften necessary and
w-ebelieyve thesplit
rso)ely1 ~an '-evidence *j~ l^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^
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ished~qpi4-t 'Ioridia *
at litis ffe.tieThis
realm'isu, andthe:'
.'majority ofRe-
y'assum. no per
cleavage'.. 1*' i
f Bean or' Skip:
S4be; :principle.'of
i ,." =Any.:an
rracts th~t prac 1e-
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'pry of Flordaa.^*


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i n.o.er.e: fi. e a'nd -.

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id; Women: -.in' *anfy.^ SB
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FOR OF FLORIDA
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PROTECTIVE TARIFF IS '
STRONG CAMPAIGN ISSUE
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S'CoweyrSeason cau/e' ~ Repu':licans Chaliege
&.,o i& o. R s h g]i e-
o7reak '.( eeorcs ..-Prormises of .Florida
$rea X 'ecord- "- Democrats
February and'March-" sales"at '. .
Howeyin-the-ills. exceededd any '"The g..neral interest in Florida
other two months .in h"isy- of at 'this tie in protect ve tariff is
the company by $200,0P.- The yidenced on every hand. Many
total season'S business reached leaders '.And orimRzations have
algo "t&e ." didh`ra .o~f reord Of.- -" :. .., ...,.. '
alsothe unheard of record of taken -up the ,issUe 'in a forceful -
SO, per cent-cash:.a.., o. ma.'n .Paricular emphasis
-n w of'th i~eia~el.- economic .... d -- .a
Stwof the general econmi~ was. evident i: the.:. Democratic
strs throughout the North primary ,.when candidates, made_-
.ain, in'Flidn a thisrecor"d sweeping. promises to get a pro- ,
ta i enat i is r .... .... e p
tective triff"foraFlorida fruit
most interesting.- Itproves con- and vegetables'' .- ..
,- This q4stis n.. i. .vital'f o;For-
w'yl~~ ent lit Eldritl s.a& tapealing' '-~~~' .lr
I idae because: ourgrowing..'sdason"is"
.to 'th- hard-heaudinvestor from sim ltae ous with other tropical
th Ncr,;prpthec'-'.;,'-'arg^;ridj"ly aid, which-because,
Qur., rophey 'isthrtpwiare,
h. ..Nqrt
on the7eve-,of!Agatinflux-of c- hp ugn d lo *' -
.capital i-nvest$0tnt in the ma oiw ettio- 0i .ble.
wheree ~ aaj andunusually 1- fia 1istnctively an agr
fitble:,oO4tlt canbe found. -Mar- tqural 9t:,q and. its future se-%
^gins m' tare huiningu. ^irIng
anth u getierally.and.par mis eto fore.
ticulryflorida''tl reap ''the- n' the "jreculiar one party goov.
ajii;l reap', the- .I....,- .;
enfi.f'e'ecessary.--migra i.o emp ent'ofthe stte,':our' Deimo.-.
to newffields fiendeavor .d' riic .brethren are faceae to face .
vestment," '' ..t..ia.,.. g qat. dilemma' .-and we-,
.. isdwell.. on the. horizon ',-.ii .nder' how they-.will;handl.e '.. -
.I...daaand HweyiheHils ;smatter. We cannot cbalren r t.h
planning fortJhe..-biggossr season sincerityh.:-but'" we .Yare -.forced
'*a'ex't winter .weh evJ erp ,aa6 e .b t9 challenge. their methodd .'id . ,
In otherWai geb, their. '
b v .:t atfr.-onerson
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.~...9. j t stqhed toter
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IPC MMRL r.ci'ple .of' protectioni..r.
nn-: "ranm .i.s. "ie.." c, '- '. .
Puvituiivt ,nnir lbtd.,odaco..ngressman ea.
bcOe s eat ,an-ico oclast as
;-t s a ., .,, ""sh ie' 'i d of "F reeL
Coi..eTrif. .n .ti'baee.Dema? ..i .'.,.i .,' nati.'l: D m
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stubn to inauce: thje presidenti^ *(c^le to get what- he- wants- fqr hi
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:can. ]eai-do so, which's small, We should Irecognimthe ;f r t n
fd al. finally throughh Florida.that this .. go"en "ient .is built an ..... .
Congr~lea~ members .to get.-before gove~rned on the majority yoteiof. *'." '*;
Congress" 'fora new rate of prtec electorate s essed and- -



'tier'en :sea: skitems c0hasa .to ipohtica4iparty ': platformsE.'vEi -" ..
mates, peppers, Irish,, potatoes, ery party succeeds or fails, on.. its :
celery, etc, which iso. adequate to platform Personal eproi.u ..,. .
protect against the -foreign impoits mean,Iittle,, wieeparty piatfos .
op these items -
h':The "State Chamber hals gmae. Aperyoa tie '




matter and nearly all the Demo is validebut in the major issem of .
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i'pr t c.T. g i* stj th* o e g iml :*' : "- , "* " *. ", ..
.rt hav mdabi. fo voe npoect;aL.ittl, hl arif tyo im fomediate


o'th questioned. ly 'run against "na"ionag issues of
This all sounds strange to. s' 'great'interest o and portentre '. : ; _
when we recall the past attitude of From thngle it seems incon ,
of "FreeTradif.sm" and "Tariff for gruous for a eniocratic congress ..'



revenuesf only"l ih the national man..rom a Democratic stateto
Democratic party Extpedency. bolttide prinrcipled of his paui and.
makes strange m be-ajdfellows soie. rhil .sailing under 'the.."-' .D



;times. Think ofadyedin thewool cratic'flago6advocate6 thefun
Democrat preaching oe of e aent prncipe ofRepubl -. .
foiindaional principlesnofH.-epubs isi




"icanism The shortest s and surest ,The Uni.ted1 States governmentt .
whcutn tpotec ye tariff a" FLorida acts. in. the. ma a as it votes anod.. . '
is to vote the Republicanp tick,. asr lopg as: Florida.iDcratics'o .E ...'
TnR ol"T t he nao thlaey.willo .bo.recognizedon that- ..
TocrEti LIGartHyT IN. e principe. You would haardly a x '




HOWEYVERYSOO Pc the, Repubcan party.toh stepJ
S1P I .. 0 P i- to Florida and give it what it
,.Noe longer will' Howey residents': never voted for and i ..it certaine. ' '"
'as. the'romantic mooon to light. the' De"ocratic party has. .never ,
ter way through theo- streets O given ita protective: tariff all these .





new street lighting 'system is:be- years when it required it as mreh
ing installed by cthe Floridae Pub. a row. ." . 'I' ...





lic. Service to give light from dark It -'seems logical. conclusion
tc dawn throughout the town that a strong, republican party '
HoweyrindtheHillsa-take e on-the hasa come"'to the kingdom. forn






seniblance 'of. a :imodernt-"city.-with such" i time' as this. The: Demo-
.tts oe improve ient. o '- crats .i.are in a dilemma of dvast
So manynew homes. built or. proportions and this. issue. alone -. .






under construction nd the many will: start a lively campaign in the
others in the offing will gie y stat.. It .was alright to hitherto ".







hex year quite a start:' s a'iod- steal, .the campaign thunder of.'*
a.r city. 6 r l o ud h.,, '`b on Page .Th"e









H OW EY HOTEL -W!L L BE
KEPT OPEiN ALL SUMMER'
For the first time demand has .'. n. d special'. crowds are ex-
.kept the Hotel Floridan -open' all peedr at. Howey thais. summer,









summer. While Mrs. H. Apple; 4iAd with the usal numbers al-
the 'capable managere, is . .taking a way.le 'Dieir the hotel looks'. like
much earned vacation "Billesn" Gra r'ia trive 'lace.i Looks 'tlike...










ham, .the canny Scotch Ca Ioweyln-theZHills is already in
nuck," who drinks tea for break- theyear round class It must be .










|a nst, 'is' at'the wheel. Evryody a happy change for Dodge Taylor, .
says "Bill" acts like an old-timer whd formerly played soltatireifor
on i e .' . . . : .. g c i
-Ct :toi he Pinrot"Vemtkif n ..- ridats. a re .in. h A' as 'it.emrna..ofi' '.vU"t ,







at therbusines andthe efingi gverjbody is ve.j, tewak ain tb sumt ier. in
eracity. thehonel all abyhisgsel.Thf
ST R E E T "- .l -. .... ...
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u h o o liht .th.,e .-
Fo~ir,`ithefirshthe tim edetadhs '. A i .. stprectia crowds -arlte'pe-
nept sire'HtelFgotidng sgIte.i:.oben lyeO'ars. whoenyit rqure i as mu' erh
summer. Whled b te irsd. H Pplub- wihteusa ub..- l
much Servicedt gvacat ion "B 'dl"rka t- s ,)l eems a c. idsooks"n
tock,"wn hotdinks .the for' bre ta-t ea'. strroung.depblc~ t'ut b.
Haow, '-, a-the whis-aea. on.-te y .od'ah p. po-c ha~e Ioiin.ge. l"'or;
sase:"ill" e'o.actsmoderan.; cityvite h such..atimerl'.p as hi.",'S! The: ,6or
atthei bsn esadeew, .6ody em# sve r eeksin a dilemma.' E'i~
.Pe h t l a i- ef ..: .. .t

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un er- r.n.an11 s.r a. i el .ce .. i. -t.." he.." ..
e offing'willgive by-..,."i,;"It.was"a.right


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2. 4 t' -Pesnally ,ifit.'were osble fo r dadicatrrom
i n i' d our 4ta.d'te an".,d n u nation troot, an"b n"beent ire.; 'tiaff :n intoxicat

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S ^" ^ i~sl~ad-t, sIt;pfta'gCl;,' 'peg anslf.t re ...pe .,.also;. ,le ;m oit.y... y-. t.' ,. d 'al i.: -
"m': a-. a i p.rso ny r pp:oited to i t "A':ins d kin dr'edr




$irie~ift~ S ^ th~ band qo n i jes.' the *dyes ofchane, u t i a s ar -ndpublic nt; Ind-agteeas he f'in executive,
J, ,"n f.... th sa o ..fd.rida -, t .th ...." '

'o!Q Q 'i png:blitr uto -' ',un'd .. .l' ""' "'rests thearight an teo we r to a e. me the 'iss'ue.. T of s-"p'tate adi lcal
-4i:B Pch --,thek season. a c$ ;o'e rn en -. 'th,: 4"'"ma. ,d.i.: .I ,.* :..';. ...



^ leaa:^-..,n.y .e.,y,.H,., il'e -6f.. its: *;G~. :'..*! .ee: V i'" GI, *:* ^ .. '*i.- *--*-* *^ :, := -.
!to A y t- tl o g toi^ ;''V':' an I :'1':-, '-.. :.' "..."a': ston= .....sd. "to'' .bi ii piii .. .s~ r'
nchisA:fegave,.an. ,-*. ..*: *,: .'''.:, %-".:'. .*'';'..'" .a g a.'em n .^ u :'7 :he 'p oiitn pwe s^:'t t ..; ", '. 'r -e
~~~~"t~aie -but Wenov ils enitvesollee


,.l.,as,. od.. :ov r me: " .". :.::'."."!: 'r'p 4jenI ''-: ciieis' 'lead
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t.c.t;.to' tozeoriuaahe, .rsh.p'and is no.mo" than g .i' .. I pi'e ge y..efto r, espect..also.: hl e m.aiijorit-y v ote Icand ru"le int 'all
geroii sNa.ty. uld, 4o* to. N: f : offe own, cityo.rm county appoi tments avrithi n imy yurisdrctiod whether
; doobh.pern..i.ea'oe d ea imocyat, rpubtcan'Ior in depend den t t anedaso r';ras lies'' in'.n tower,.
W' 'ISI"


fli3T^', ^jimj' ST t'' ^ 'se' ,, 'se"ason..-,,A.lr y Bl s how ,, ,. p u l y.. local na

fair, At
rge ^f.. h Bk durin d i or,-epotio n thewraa jid hi. tsfamil
m ae .P oi.k an ic; matsers'e sojo
Sl'W-Vr1o it"Bow nl -Bill'i i st il -''i t o .. .'e ruyot.rihe tso ged m n.









this dan paigp ;y .and -*, ..:ae alod:ap:ad.ae s '^ agganizement w ou cofletsuhe amioineys; powers' of.* stat ofic I'';" be.
mast...ers....an A C LI W ..... i... 'i thfii eice pri. cipl ..a. e4 .solely on:."- e r .. *c'iency.
,.an :evr attempted B UILD S HOWE.Yiie .' .i "respecte o -f..rty.- -,:r pltc.. : ip"-i p. : ., ." .iv I ,ca sv- h ...tt
211 :,h-: Sa,. be hoe.au t t_ o. Fiord mily o.f.oslr by, .the grati...in-. evey .deprt m
pab l ..aN,. t.... pr i.. B .h .... i. H;opap.erreache...,o- f the sate "sn sadminei .sra etion:"" o f po e eFflic. ienc j as.




th'e t e e; n,. : zq lo s d t t Coas "hae ... ie
'tracs int' our town The dpot







wi.... ,:,'....... ... a t... .I" b-'e l.i exp et to g "ve 'the raher than' a n : sp ea
nowng'b'i-som. ei tn .. hea- fougfe. ,.a.stdrptem rth .y. .o ppubo o ser'vantsa *m'.
66611 Y 'st anhe "'.s )u.l. so uldP. et to. lh. p eh oAn- tie auh :"n w' ho ... ai sho. "












ptatt nd uack ng housep.a id by- I alar exe ti lectet alliey-ose *genras shotur ld"a
lj;ji:F .':B^*^ '^ifihei" -0 e',*"f '. b-] .'.d i.' *; ::*'"' ;'i,' a '."i*. pdractil e...... o..." ': ... ... woul ,bd.. s fhpe to mi k ly, orda-.:...:: eq ';.. :-. .
3" n4i'ep h o'ow s s o i TheH s -e "p t t asuy o the on pbicmne yseca













th e~i'ng te^Hii ran ilr'~on6ad e map* an make pos** stheoficalr whcoisects such dhe portmeev t or gov~ernmcent empoingsra
.:.,.,=.,. .. .:i :& .io.rida : 'bu Ggnes men:' ..] -, toio"o. e u a o ...f....f"ai"-. r"s... '.,,"-. :'" ":5:**- "' ';:" ."'.' .... ''"" "'". '. .. ..' ": ""*" ..." .
^ ^oys'ffat ^owey,. l'.be,:Bdl, ^s. still -., ". ., * ." -.,* "* "* .*'-. '* "-"' ""* "." ." "-'.. : . "
a' Ii" the pg. o fo.e. d c a -..aito How yndella
b, .as:s' aettershipn,..ipfr u Ii h e rt ae t astriveyoifosto bfi. nevr possi inblesdgr. tey






",. ."',. .' he y onn age in, and",e. out o" a saeteethe;sincere -,poen s of slor e, orfte e. I








cr^e-busiessacofideneian. Hovwe3i to taeaVr ciepr n th provtetionoftheForidas gowery andsl
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proNdu.ert... ..the eonom sc s fa: .ii sta te whic i a dhne ass ure.m













f'the onsof od he ^ils eterns 's'h.ll expec toe give 'th means whav he h ore" rahere ta.n' ~ca
jl. ,--i ..: a'-.o.: .









bi i "SILL" C OMrING ni r t d o .o e ,,.'
Sprac a ed an I o m p tor d mk Florida eqa t';

















^IaftD 'op1 Y'. poesq, Ci Shocol Teachers j anyif surpass y ohae sate inth Un on buingenel eucaestin
",,. I",S-. 'O-crowds.F rid- essO:we n are '":t.foVrdiat i f on a flfi aiI ree e I.t can s t ate i
ijsleaLi regular' lyo ns odbecoming--by -cqua- `ated6: with tiptheir -id'yileittent











hitWAfesAty busin state aM iswra ck conry In cnc Ithe s the sateof Flofrida acnserati and
assts me W have been afOt a station
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.;, -e i inMYaera0fn1eatonhsprvn- ,acetd At 11great sac orifi e ato rly ony n oky'
V, n .;-14 etot e.vate.'interests.










'p- au n ot hr snt eause it isaay ndeb' loetoai thif s fain'dtaJteeton whc ;"uhas.dones" '" """'shomuch'
A.-9- .. .. .. .1.. ..,.,-.h.. -,,..... .... ,,. ....

th..wrng fi F d fr be in the sotre o fears I the.. p r he,'..re. .
a nt l ak: andt....- n' i so met'"imes makes o " "..: ''- :". ." d "










:, g,.-..,,...,;, LB.... ..k ... J...i.some.com.n.tie an tb he Iffc l any su coles s suhav .madone y own buins ass... res the.-.
.. ~ h.!: p,si.ffe.! e b resn...ults anof ar~o ad ; ciiznr of Florida .. 'of m. ablt tq..' execut t. afairs ofsaei
kn owi esto ns. fith owrecke an b ust1 like manner, and they el. t me to. ,h..hi h 'offic, w ep tt.a
, ..',.....' i~et~1 eA 'eaps the 'harvest .. of -r.,urJ a s r o"g-' '.". ,..,' '. .w.' HO WE. .
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7.,""~ -1;".ndg I'b' b '.-Pu iinida o dsl
,hitt-'.: tiC-.f4''4'4 : ":I
5.-'. t,/h ,.",. A y agreeto .. itvti 1 'd -ft .. ..'~ asbe e re h
t ..'4 ,. :.,1..:."35 '. 4: :'. .'4. .' "1 Lan 5."' sal-x ec o rgive "the m n i'th i9e,ho' .' : Lsbrth all expect
t:i ,vidfttef 'e- tV'te :@d :pn o~ ft eprdtecti ;f ar F .on r'e' .iesntd
i. .. ... ion ce... .. . y-._. .. ..I.. %X( Ity.

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] 'KY W F N'v:" '""'"-- H Ehal xe L, -L-foster "" ,"I . .' .. : #"" -ge: "- ,c :unl";-i
.4. ..ct:, if. e.l.ec.t'. ,.,'.- ",.o.g. ,ely...
: '. 77 ." ", .. .:""% practiceica d~ation.: .'It'would b m ceo m ke _l d q~ t ,
r~~h: 16 = ',; /.;. i;, ..'o,; I ay-i nt srptssan other'statein the Union in;eeraI educ a~t10d
0, 1 '/Wisn S "6 ''7",: standards,.consen~t "With the" eonrselvative- and-efficient, adriinistia-.
.:., idJa..'uus ieus, ~men. nre .W aet ..1.... ",.,.."."f. .'a.i..r
le ". becoi n :aqu i d.with.,itheir. "' ". ..
.1.1.. cotnty incq lusion, I...rbmisei the.'stae of Florida a conservative and
sit. e-'a"V elzg efficient business -adaminstratioin. -I: ~d'.not seek this uomination.. My
id:.o:,~oi~lan" m :: ,. M endsf ad I' -- e 'the .i-c
... ... .... ,...;.:. . edsan Ibe" ev' th icre frlnds of Florida, drafted' me. I
v ersal .fin.e ireaction. as; prove.nA
ervnt.acepted'-at' great sacrifice to :JMY. W ae 'interests, only find solely,t
gsh -," ,Vi. -~ a ti' Te'ei'0h' because it'is a debt-.I owe' to this fa state which has done so much'
t, :~ki~ sg @ m14 S} fo'r.Mfie.in. the cr ya Ihve ]a "ored here.
i.. i so~m..,c~ommum, hies .'an d -td : .If any success I have made- in., 'my own business assu'res the
fe e reut.o~ ron ,u ..citizenry of Florida of my' ability Ic. .execute ,teA ffisodsae
:We ~ ,fi ..iwreelied~adbs .i~ anr anthey eect me to' th i bhigh. office, I will accept it asa
E.- ea ste ~ret.o mu i sacredI.b'bligatigni. ""
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TWO


THE HOWEY TRIBUNE
Published Monthly, at Howay-in-the-Hills, Florida

oJAMES W. LAWRENCE ........................ Editor
SUBSCRIPTION-$1.00 PER YEAR

ORGANIZED CITRUS THE BASIC
INDUSTRY. OF FLORIDA



The Great Forward Movement
The citrus growers of Florida seem to be awaken-
ing to definite action in organized marketing. This
movement augurs great things for the Florida
grower and should also command the interest of
S. every business man and citizen of the state whether
directly he be a citrus grower or not, because in
::. .., its full success every economic interest of the state
S,.' will be affected.
..i. : .. Organized marketing is the crux of agricultural
y ,.. :success anywhere. We have in this country for
*, years;.organized our industries to a super-fine point,
:.". .both: as. to.. production and merchandising. Now we
'" .. should turn our attention to the more difficult job
:.-. of organizing agriculture both. as to scientific, pro-
du':' .dUctibn: and scientific selling. Florida's agricul-
:.:; '.-"- 'ture will be distinctively scientific and -intensive
::.., and we' should promptly accept the principles of
s'' *' 'scientific success.. .'
".;:' :. - We. heartily approve rnd appreciate this forward
i : : movement. We stronglyb, commend the wise.leaders
:. .' ofthe enterprise, because in laying this strong
foun'; ".'" :fddation.in'lbasic development, they, are stabilizing
i,:every: economicc interest of the: state, .", .
'.'":.. .:" "Citrus groves and grove lands; wall reach their
u "" .' JUdtifie, level in:.value .and augment moregeneral
.l,,... ..''investment.in.same-better care' and. concern will
naualy fow wen cerairet on invest-
ienta,., e -e'assured: Bestof..all.this stabilization will
,''',' 'create:i a :'igenuine"fco'llateral vialueb" for the operation'
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7-,: .-7'. .viliquid- capital botho'the. a'dvantage.,of borrower
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p-: tve,-shippers'have. safely'. and",prfitablY
.'mae,. a:va;cements on, c!irus. :ruit,'At. woul.d:. seem, .
,robaibe that,'baniks could: do;'the same" when' this'
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y,.the.%ftt'yo 1fhsopposition, 'ad enter 'heartily-,


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STHE HOWEY TRIBUNE"


A T T %f


The Conquest of Personalities
T he -Democrats have .now! finished' their battle'.
of ..personalitiesi'i.ione of the, hottest fights'..of all
:time. ".The universal b-otherhood of man seemed
"a long way off during much of this .campaign, if
'one had taken seriously all. the rancor, -accusation
and suspicion expressed in press and speech. .


procedure. This issue is supremely economic in
principle. I
The southern man goes north and Tak&' a
brilliant success in the professions, he lives there
unhampered by narrow political prejudice.
Reciprocity is in .order. Let us remove1 this worn
out prejudice of the years. The republican party
has set its house in order-it has broken every pre-
cedent in southern republican history-it has killed
carpet-baggerism and sent as strong a delegation
of leading citizens of the state to Kansas City, as
could be found in any party in any state.
Best of all to glance at the personnel of candidates
for public office on the state republican ticket is to
be convinced of the excellence and strength of the
party in Florida. a
We are enthusiastic over this new day and know
assuredly that the people of Florida will this year
prove to the world, they are real Americans and
this glorious state will set the 'pace .for .all 'the
south in building for this new era, when the south
will reap the harvest of success, that is heading, our
way. .

The Kansas City Convehitn:ion
Naturally the Florida situation. there,, has'sccu-
pied our interest, and it would appear;the Florida
contest has stirred up considerable general:' inter-
est and favorable notoriety 'for.the state.. To'.'one
who recalls that our delegation' ,was':-the '.first: :all
white delegation to go to a national Republican
convention from the .South, certainly appreciates
.the history making-event -Besisde'that, such':men
as Lawrence. Y. Shermn, -W-.R' :.O'NealA'.'.AP.
Knott, Jno.-f. Harris, W..A Green. and others'.are
*no nean delegation,'".in fact",: t.ey represent extra
ordinary weight of infl ence throughoutt the :-nation.
We are .most enthusiiastic"'e. :tove s'r t efi et.'u p
-We have broken every precedent 'obe'past-:'and a
-new day has dawned .pregnant-wit-if'.os bIJbities'f'orI
the' good of Florida and the uti.. gene
' Soihe' of the strongest' :Dem'ocatic l6ade'rsjof
Florida have xpregd'themselves':as.o.i iy
ing a., two-party political linee',iup'as'n'oth'ent i
shr tir S.he

the Republicans set' their .'hbuesV-in'i'rdte.,hi has
been remarkably and 'fully'ac.complihed We e.
.nothing, td be ashamed of "and' everythingn t' con.
gratulate the Republican ,party .:for e....e caniow
go before .the electorate"of' this-'state .with- a'-6 clean1i
slate, and we prophesy.':. that" many .tl'dusandsof
voters who have reistered as.Democrat4.wil.line.
up where their real ;cdnviction':s.is'ands'upport t.he
.Republican party.- ':: '.' ... .'*'*:*"'* :,.
-.One thing we hope 'iIl generally happen.ai.this
time, While we feel' like building a .memorial'ito
,the, stalwarts who have. so many 'Iears" fb'ug'm ,
'aga'ist great odds and yet have. never falteried, .and
.d'e:'-po-ssible this new day of' clean representative.
*Rbpublicanism, we, want them-now not. to hoIamjper.
-o0i e'fture .success' by putting. up in-:no.::sese-f a
",htut,." policyy; to the.- thousands who .hay.e,_seen'
*fit': for: local. reasons to;, temporarilyy register .;in-
2D'eiocratic. primaries in'order to .have any.' possible.
voice '.in; local affairs.'...To. ourmind:.that.means.
.nothing of vital concern. The.emoluments .of sue-
.cess .should accrue, to the:: Re'publica '..party .rath..
than any individuals, '.oitever ,loyal they have"been'
in '.the days. when'. "David and b"hs followers .were in.
'disrepute'--while ..Saul' reigned in' pompous:. power.',q
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'".:Rgorous:6organizations" succeed::-'on "Liferather
:thani:senitiment.." We have.thus-'far succeeded.o.'.n
a" .rinciple, of .pure ,party. interest, arid,' we must.t
perpetuate.:it with te. same idea.,'. W.e.never, could-..
"-ha4e succeeded without, the-. stalwarts 'of. thd. past
.and,.?w.e cannot now. further..succeed,' without the
.open.jioor. policy which will. take in all who are.
jwkllig'bto .align. themselves on. our side.'" -. .
..The" writer has always .voted the,. Republican.
ticket, :is '.a. Republican. in convictionsn will probably
.alwaysbe one, but. thp fact. that .for local business
oreasonsin matter? of deep concern for his busines-
'vnd"-'hore, .,he voted in a" .Democratic primary..on
puiely"local-.."ssues; when' there was no other.cdhanc'e
inAh'e -world "to express himself, .does not; constitute :'
:-ihn;.-'ay"sense a "flapper." We know. ,.there ,ax.ae.
thdusandsof such in this state who -have. beenjus-:
ted, both.,from- the old Republican.line; up and the.
necessities "of local expression, .who now. will herald
thanew.' day .when rthey can express themselves in"
S'.. party ofP their.choice.. '.. ' .
,: We. mo:ve-to welcome these. co-patriots' within. th'e,
'.ranks "w'ith'o'ut restriction or stigmata.. :., .. .

A BIusiness Man"'sJob.: :
S'Running .the affairs of state;is not different' than.
'.un.ing a'' big .business :..ThT;,.st'ate. 'is in fact ,a',
;great industry with nearly: $50,00.000 annual turn-.
'ovr:' and .-.drtain1sy..pre- rts'ome .obligation of.
,business. ssagacity ad efficiency..'.: .
S:Thsre .'is a va-t differencee "between the businesIs'
.of politics and the ,business of. government.'. The
tax- dollar ".hould'.'ree~ive the .same efficient". return '
-and .'be",handled exactly as any. ,industrial.dollar.
'There is a serious suspicionithat Florida's tax dol-
liar'"has ot been worth'one ;'hundred cents to the
'.tax"pave'r".stock holder, The professional .polili-'
-.cianT seems 'to have too much.'.. of :the porkLbarrel
p ychology, and,' it's a., notorious: fact that tax-'
*money is manipulated to build political machines,
ofdselflperpetuation of *ambition.. :
There is only bone .way to.'change that..set -.up---"
,electr men who. are big enough to nieed no' personal.
emoluments of public'office, but who as a patriotic
service .to'.the-sta'te,, give: the benefit' of' their effi-,
.cieney -ren .)whoi"havee.: proven in. private .ente.r-'
pruie 'their ability to.handle the larger issues of'.
-a".e': ; ,*:^ a1 '. "' '* .* ",
.state..: '' ."
.o :.It. is time strong- 'business men of. Florida came
*forward to do'their "jury duty' in state affairs.
*We can 'then nfeet the issues so .impotta'nt.'to" the
:state. with adequate Leadership and :efficient pub-
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: ',A ,Wrong Guess' -',:+S.,
'Some fof:our' gddd' Republican 'friends- guessed :.:
wrong.- We6lbelieve they were sincere. At lea"tif--
seemed niecessa.ry'.while they were gaineres'im-Fe'd".t
eral' patronage, appontmnit. Th .Federal axe .coud ''"y
eralpatbn~g a x'e '.co tld-'t
cut' deepIly and. hurta .lot of good men .Wehw-
ever are opposed to .reprisals and will neyer ag.e:. ;
to exercise: it.' If .our. brethren wlho-madea 'wa-qg-" .
guess are willing to. 'forever annihilatee carlstbag
gei:KRepublcanism 'from 'Florida; come backiii*;"nd
taked'your place in 'the. ranks., .
S: Be sure-and don4t make : another bad guiiihesso,-i .
:the "lines are drawn on this issue, never .to b: halted-'.- i
or defeated. . '. ... ': .

:-"'All things are', possible. to him who :beleves..,.'!
Faith, intelligentf:and.. dauntless,--creates something ',:-'6,
out .of nothing,. 'nullifies limitations, aindi,.-Accomm-.,.
plishes the progress of the' world while-the' .crowd.'.:.'
is saying: "it can't be done.'... ". .
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"'Do unto others as you would have them do unto--.' .4,
you,"'is st.ll unmatched as 'a successful business..
principle. Altruism is the measure-stick '-of .su- "-i' :.:
cess in "every surviving 'enterprise in 'America: '' :,..',

Labor and work are not- synonymous. Iu .:' '
cated work. is -almost limitless and healthful-putAh''^
iabor. is deadly and. futile. Every man can..iak
his own choice. :' :'- K?
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'Life in home, business or state is. the"rebound"
'of your own mental 'attitude. Like :,he Echo-Val""-'>;--"
ley in Switzerland,.;y6u hear what.you .first..hve%.
spoken.. -. '
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.Get acquainted with your neighbor and.you.wil ':t-
probably like him, at least his viewpoint. wll' iayve ::-
merit enough to balance up yours. ,.. ,'-

Looking for big things to. do will only be real' f 0
ized in doing all the little things with care and ..
precision on the way along. . ,. .- ." ;

Shlesmanslhip is creating what' does "'not exist,.':' .
while taking orders is only gathering up the busi-. :;.'
ness already created. ": .- .. .'.
' ". ': e 'r a ,
The only thing in all the world to blame for .any, .
man's failure, is the man under yqoutr. hat. ,i


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Snterview With 5r. IoweI
BY OPIE READ

Personality is the essence not and -growth of products from the family. .This being true it is safe
only of efficiency but of states- soil. to assume that each family is
manship. This has been exempli- t'Having arrived in the3 stdale of w6rth an equal sum to the state
fied-by-every man who lives in the Florida some twenty odd years in which they locate so that would
ago because of a revolution in be the equivalent of $1,000 per
history of achievement. Behind old Mexico, I spent the first ten year' of new -capital created for
it all there must be honesty of pur- years in Polk county of this state, which the state receives the bene-
pose. Without integrity genius and since 1916 have been engaged fit. Therefore, through our ef-
itself is but a fleeting shadow. in the development work in Lake forts the state of Florida has been
Throughout the ages true states- county, in this state. 'I enriched through this vital ele-
Throughout"It has been said that we put ment to a sum of money equal to
manship has arisen above mere more taxable property on the $500,000 annually, and this bene-
pdrty predilection. Advancement books in this state in the two fit is not for a day or for a year
seeks to break 'away from inter- counties namiedthai any other in- but is continuous.
ested prejudices. A revolution' of dividual or interest. ':It is prob- "We have an invested capital
principles is of more lasting effect ably true that because of our de- here in this 'development repre-
than a. revolution at arms. velopment in these' two counties, sented by the purchases of- the
Thus I mused as I contemplated that the taxes paid for the: Sup- various people approximating $20,-
the personality' and the character .port. of government would easily 000,000 and this is a fixed,' per-
of W. J. Howey. . approximate $250,000 annually, be- mane-.t investment which wil. re-
As a journalist I 'have, inter- cause-we have sold 'i.n Polk.county, main and be here for hall.tinmnThe
viewed many noted men, men approximately 50,000 ..acres, inmuch maturity of the present, deve'op-
whose achievements are ,now. let- of -which is under development and ment at Howey-ihih'e-Hulls- vill-.
tered in-..marble; and. frankly, I how occupied with homeso..0r benefit the state .of;. Florida when
assert, that this modest man, orange groves or tons and an it reaches its minaturity and oper-
Howey, is ond.of'themost impres- equal acreage-in Lake dounty,'part acting efficiency to a sumn cf mon3'y"
sive of all theimen.'-ivth"whomn I of which is now. occupied.; with equal to $30,000,000 annually-Ior,.
have come, into ..verbai'. 'contact. orange groves and the town ,of about equal to the present ..crop.
Withdut4 having ':realized it him- Howey-in-the-Hills. . productionn .of the entire state. .In
self,, so'.-'ingrained -is,,'his freedom "By way of comparison i. ;:it order to. benefit and stabilize thed-
'frdnf-t'lf-esteem,. _i. -is'-'- -tates- should be understood that... 'one ..citrus industry for the stpte'o
man.,This.'9o.-nmy part--is not a acre of -orange- grove is about Florida, we have expended a fortK1
mere asvs rtioni..' .The' proof 'exists equal 'in revenue 'pYroduction' to 'tune in carrying on experimien.s
and:"S ;,co.nvin'cingly'.,set .forth..at fifty acres of .good land lying ,..in for the purpose of perfection. a,
Hpy-A'-'th'erH ills.-Herein, lives the northern. states. Therefore, :'method of. processing -the. aste
ias neara'perfect'governmentVas the sale and 'developmentof 100;-, oranges so as to assure a fa'ir're-
& l : 'i i 4 f' `,". . 0 0 a, r b. . . .. 1 1
this'ean can'today.exKibit.The 000 acres would be.the' equivalent '-turn to. that class of oranges
trunj.giof,,awiilderness,into .one of five million.,, acres producing which heretofore has been thrown
:6f't.he 'id'pr'odi.uct',ive-o il'de corn, wheat or oats.. '.. away, and. wasted. This one.,'d
velbomen'ts 'proves creative states- "In Lake county, the taxes-.on apartment will be worth to. 'the
ma oshp .othe.highest .ordert and'd Ithis.property were less than $3,000 state of Florida,. in effecting:'.a
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Hweya.a i d stration'as iayor per year in 1916, and becauserof. fll. crop .:recovery, an amount'be-
Smaiks, with "distinctive honorr his our efforts and' development the tweend.threeand five millionf:an-
ipxecuitive-'genius>T;'TU.i'he ;.reduction same tract of 'land is: now :paying. nuAlly;.'.:in .other words,-'.: this
' pf'taxes;' .the 'Idw-abiding.t spirit to the state,,county and :municipal amouit-. of-' md ney' will be pai3i.t;.o
qickl-."'disco.veed:.eyenvby',t ran- government, approximately .$140,. the giower :lfor'.:his oianges.from'm"
sieiitv.sitirs,.all.::give'. spontaneous 0.00 per y6ai. The. incorporated the dum.pile. ':'i
testimony. to-the civic acc.mlish- municipality .of .-Howey-in.th'e- Some thirteen years '. ago,J.-
mnent rarely found among -the af- Hills is conducting its..'govern- married,.my. ;present wife, Mary ,
fai.rs*ofme'n.'. .. ...., .- n. ment.at a cost of two-.mills-wihichi Grace' Hasc'ings, from the historici
'.The story o'f-Howey's 'life would .is the'. 'lowest operating .cost'. .of cal, family' of -Hastings, Heri
offer-.a most entrancingg book.. In perhaps any city in th.e state of grandather established a' Presby-
its.lparagraphs:* might be found Florida,' having all of the dconven- terian!coliege ini-.Qhio :and -gave:
texts -of eiecouragemen.t, it.-would iences such as electric lights,'..city thousands:i of acres of coal lands
be .:'ore .than .a romance, indeed, water, sidewalks;. streets,'et.'.' :,'to'its superannuated ministry...::.'
an,'illuminated veriity, a sinewed "We have been directly, respon-n ..Herehee turned to:. other "sub
*truth.=.,;:'/;..' <."-. .. ',.. 1.. sible in bringing to ,this state, "dur- ects;.'the.:future of ..lorida, ts
R.'..R 'y:,it':yiwas my pleasure toting' the twenty year periodd .sAome- ultimate. leadership'. i 'proiperity-';
interview Mr. Howey; I-.uiffd-bot, thing in- the neighborhood- of and '.urii.g .away ;..toake 'y
ish, merely to, quiz-him; I was twenty-five thousand people' ho leave, I was impressed with a':re-
'dsirous of .-information,:- 'aind a have purchased property, many, of. mark.,offered-by a man from the
siuple.questin,'.b'rought,.it;f6rth: which now live in.: the.-state' and north' "If Howey should" beelect-
.. I.wVas;.brn:J.aniuaryi'.876 and most of tlhe remaining number ex ed, governor of Florida i.... wuld
reared"'ona'.f'aifrm 'in i;.the .state of pect. to move here. a's soon.as their,. ,be'-:;worthb"-6re to' -the tat:..than'
Illinois.. '"9My ;parents'..were the orange groves are developed'to a' a' hundredn'million .of dollarsspen.'
Reverend ;. William1. ''Henry and point of sustaining' them. in direct '.advertising.. ..:.It 'woul
*Matildi- Howey `X.;:i.father was It is agreed by railroad oftfi-.- attract the.Attention 'o.. allmer'i
a'.circuit.ridqr.-preacher of the cials that each' family. located in ca. It would set an.:exampie of'
United Brethren,, faith,.. its territory is worth $500.00 per broadminded and unpr.ejudiceiad-
'."All.'of-my 'lKife" has had to do year for the freight which is' mbov-.. vancement.".. ..'
.practically, with' {he development ed in 'and..out .to support- that; O.:PIE :RE4:D


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:' Enough -of ivi.,i: issuesto6. the- sate, however, pre-
sente6d..itselfathatthe..inalresuilt can be looked upon
.as a..s:gnal success# 7for.:good government. The.
Nomination. of.Doyle-'.Carleton .as governor was .a
.certain, '"victory fo betttle:i'is1 We congratulate
'-Mr. Carltorin and 'the .eople'who supported him.
:,We .can now. -have a dignified. canipaign1 this tall
.:without imdshignggandd :persorialit'es. There is
enough of:,:p.arty "':principles over .which a clean
conquest can;! be, made,- to '.keep us, all busy and
i:the'n.when the:"'attleiisover w.e'can still be friends
and pull together :.ort.he' good" of the state.

"' ::"1.ThetRepublican 'Platform
'Franklyi we- .a.reproud of .e platform adopted
:b';: the republicann state,'"convention, at "Daytona
Beach,,'.'May'.10,1928, W.e,giye this epoch making
document'.'a .large.place in.the .Tribuine, for we .are
.ecertain-it will he 'eagerly.,digested .by our readers.
It is'!the 'mo t comprehensive and adequate state-
ment of political princ'iples.,.we :have ever read. It
.hot only.'reveal''a"wide' and wise survey of the
:"conomic:needs :Pf the state but it reveals also a
enginene sincerity 'of purpose with no cheap, appeal
to prejudice or destructive criticism.
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.In this document every' candidate for. public of-
.fice in'the.republican party is committed and every
"vote of'.'Floriida can openly nd certainly know
what he". is outingg f.' .: '"or ,
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'Hoover And Howey
.Th.bis .euphoneous combination'will soon be spread
over the .:state;; banners across. the street, pages
of .press'and .general campaign: literature, and
speeches. ". .
It sounds 'well 'anid' these 'gentlemen w!ll look
well in juxtaposition.
This will' be' ain 'interesting campaign for we ex-
pect.the Natioin il Committee will put dn a strong
organized : effort and we know the.-state crowd
means business.
Our Democratic brethren have a plenty of crises'
to face in their. "Rum' and Romanism" issue, be-
side their, very vital question of protection tariff
which is; forcing. -an answer.
Get' ready for real excitement and plenty of
thrills---a busy summer and fall -ahead.

Pride of community is vastly different than
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THE HOWEY -TRIBUNE


I I Ylatform of ubrian ay adoptedd Dn

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..': he Republicans of the State of Florida represented by. their XV. Fun
,".:,;"*. .,Delegates in this Convention declare that the conditions in this State We stand for a liberal preservation of the Homestead Exemption
4!, imperatively demand that we give to the people an instrument out- Law, but advocate legislation that will make it possible for credit-
ii' Bside of the Democratic Party, as now constituted, managed and- ad- ors to subject and reach property held by husband and wife by the We ha
'E:.'' ministered, for expressing themselves on public questions.. Two po- entirety, except homestead property and personal property exempt Iof surpri
1 /':w, iiica. parties are indispensable t. the future development of Flor- under the Constitution. th sI
E' .. .ida.. All political activity ceases in the Democratic Party with its -
.. nominations, and. its Primaries are conducted not on a basis of XVI. '. Howey
-' principles, but o a basis of vituperation, abuse aid 'personali- We believe in the repeal of the existing Federal Inheritance Tax only, has
P ...ties. The Democratic Party in this State ceased to be a party Law, which is an unjust discrimination against the people of the tious, bul
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of, principles years ago,. and degenerated into a party of personai- State of Florida, and violative of the. "State's Rights" guarantee of azator
y'jr". ties, to. further the ambitions of certain Democratic leaders or groups the Federal' Constitution. : ' eight."
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,'.".'" 'within. the Party. The Democratic Party does. not: present to the XVII" a l sei c
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S people .of-.Florida an open field of free choice, .and candid discus- We condemn the practice of the Democratic Administration for celed res
Ssian,'for. the:good of the entire State; and they. have not offered the past number of years in Floridaeof creating numerous useless c ur h
platfo"s'es.oi'iPsive, to the current needs .of Florida.. and extravagant boards and commissions for the purpose of provid- Swartzell,
W jher::W I!!:;"e,'" thtefore, declare"that the sensible course is for-the people ing political friends with employment,"'to the great detriment of working
,o F.iilrida, to vote the Democratic. Party out of office. and support the masses of the people. ... *. n Mr. Ktno
.-.,iI .' Party, believing that Republican success in Florida : V -. '. Mt has
R.pblca Pa rty, .':I '. den as
,ptia ye ;ar will .do more to bring about honesty, and "efficiency in .gov-"..
ne.nment]. and restore the: State to a normal'.and prosperous condi- We stand for honesty, efficiency and economy in government, on admit"
I ,$ .*ion than anything else that could happen We,.we believe that the both National and State, and advocate the reduction of all taxes to Bes!de
3:rsenat eccnomic.and financial, condition which is more or less uni- a minimum that is consonnant with progress and the best interests horticultu
;v.a over the. Statentoday, is the result of :tworthi'ngs, namely. First, of the people of Florida. or c
I'..! efficient a and extravagant administration of' the. State and local XIX.t Howe s
ovenments.of Floridabrought about under one party system W are unalterably opposed tothe practice of increasing the give resul
.'im.p.eY ratkiv;ey.dompadtition iand,.sectend, a lacke af confidence-i the bonded indebtedness of the npmierous local subdivisions of govern- -
,.oiidealn dministerativesGovernment of..Florida on the part of ment, and that no bonds should be' issued or sold until voted by
people orbu~iiess interests hivwngand residing, out of Florida. the people' of the communities or districts to be affected.. I hifPOfe
.. -'We.believeihat Republican success in, Florida will .bring that r 'c pro ,:" hlbh" a '/ w
%-.i,.. competition which f 'will insure honest and. efficient, administration of . 'XX'-d**.. a o p ex m t
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,pe, i.affair' of the. State. Government, and tS local subdivisions,-and 'We believe that, the.reclamation and ilrainage of our swamp and
th~atL it'.wll!restore; that, confidence ;.in the mins f hepepl who Everglade lands, are not purely state and local problems, but that "o ci
ih* ive" oult of .Florida to::.the' extent! that-new. people,.and new -capital they are "to a v ry' .larg extent .national problems,. and that mand mw
,,ry ... .....pa under he. ..nmand iira'












b ,ll.'seek "residence an'd.n'in',estmenti here. ,...," ;-,, the major'portion, if not all, of thisi.expense should be borne by
We ltheieaoradocaitendnwill "sponsor.the.foltoving..things the National Government.': .We believee that. when Florida' becomes golf course
.. .." ..'" . ..... ... l a'it a deleatable sta'te..p.olitically, it can andc .will secure proper finan- o planned
.Ii:-: sPrim.ri en. ..... .. : .cial assistance from. the.National Government gto drain and develop summer.
kakdfavor''.e e.nt admisaration ofn Presideit these swamp and Everglade, lands. ,.,Webelieve that the Act' of when .
l 5'O^,odrr'-.etat.lih'.dosn "no .choose".to accept the nomi- the present Governor of, the State of .Florida, and of the 1927 Legis- left to tak
a :i"'."or-,:nothieryea.r.. .'. ; ...., '.. latu're in providing for the Bond '..Issue for 'the drainage of ,the. 's Pa
' .;.':"_'rl ;...'.,,s o .i- ....:r ..."o 'a bu Everglades and for .the sale of these bonds, was not in the interests the scmn
....i..I '..c'sre.The.,:ra a propeP.r i.th r 'tec e t-a t .F o a d of the people of the. State of Florida,' but that it was class legisla- .i.t
J.; ... .- . ;,.,q.,.,.t.n.,.. .z,. .' t' ... ,.
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01."..:ecure a ,operspteoFederal'aCofsonfFlornda













,' 4a o ,. a n .. s n tion to further the political ambitions of certain Democratic politi- so m,
c,.,!" "'t"."'.ed....."i"' ":. ... ..... ' "'.all so ehowic













,,TeD m.cr.at mufa cans of 'Florida.P We do"not.lieve..that it is equitable or. fair tcks .al
I Ik '. ... ...' ..,*.'' : ,. .. to the people of Florida' to'use. any 'of.the public lands or .the pro-. ,' '-,. '
,, I -1. ..s't'of th entie S..ee:-. '" ., .* ceeds from the sale of these lands l o ut of the Everglades Drainage The H
-" p ,I-".e t, Ii mort emer;e o on : . C Lim and the .de- District to pay the p arivate debts of the f owners of land. within that I ey
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Sli l.wver..,..;.'"b, and ,. believing dr-trict We believe, that such: legislation is .class legislation pure p sm
waTti:e rways.!-:"_ ll grhe-.'y ad th a1d sinlple, and thaa it, violates .the Constitution of the State of, w. .fact t
.1''t.ai'" 'p'.u o" cos.s Florida, -as heretofore understood,' ..'" co.mpimen


-' 4il ndt ih %.' o r i c Po upanie of th e Sa te of pFor t W e advocate and favor the enact ent -of a Ijust and. fair W ork-' th is at a.
I^ 'which they have^^ inv ested here men's. Compensation Act, 'whereby :the, *employees: who have .just 'and holes and
...I -.. I'ah E'. :.a. .. co "' a '.claim s' 'for personal injure '.n ay .eceve 'fai .and e uit- wh it w
.......e..'. ,,en.. ;. :. .lY., -ex-a.i w.. q . sustain ed.s..ediy. andwtithout. , sem l


.J^^ K^ ^ ; -' '* ing;to inicur 'tHe"'elay and enrtous expense efli tiiAh^ 'l.s 'club .or'eo;
..I R",''.ybei-eing "'th: under the. 'present' antiquated t -system ,'that now. existsinFlorida. h otel.to
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AiA& slia ild ir tobigaot hhetyan -ff cinc i .at- l..ea..,


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,rket'Ja..ft ie :o,'tIi-'S.aenrof.or We condemno'the existent extravagant"'and 'utocrad'ficroad' pr thebest' g
.-'. I'..'' boi" icy thNat has beenSmaintainedabyhc'the.tpresent d'ministrationhal, and .a.esan




H ^ ? 'ii' 'favor' an efficient, ecronniic Toad program i, for. th: e i.an-enanceq aind H..'h E
BB^K^ ^^S^N se the^ ^ ^ of ad.'.S'.*^"W building1 of .Public .Highways' *iti *the 'State ^o. Florida, consonant "to ?;T.r:
S. ...-:., 4. the best ntorestsn o f ..f.the peopler ofthe'Statelbut Weerealizentho at- 'ato. ,...
.',:..X...: !.- '.'. 1 '..- mini .m u that is'. ....... nt wi-- ., pr og es nd th-b st 'i tees-.t-" -. . . I






















.'.';,"" attempt tiaollo Klhighways '-/ 'W .
:-'. .'- .thin one .or.two .3 aror ev..en within o.e .admin..r-.t.o. will i
I I deplore. euitdaby lerof Fto xtravaganceti .and-m'o.eurdenstpn.te.peopler he. o




^tthatfeg will retard rather-than encourage ?ostructivel' whWe',be-.. '^.
Q; a-r 'air sat addoenueiveta the Highway 'Department should be takenout'of. politics nmonF

e e ient^ h 1t Aed nnerlposblaniha t hul evrb used .for-.the purpose B ,"e
':.1'_,"deg. iti.'- :...''..ayo e l.i n s een 'sod
-- ;.Z.' eifi,,.., `:'r4and' extfavoraa- modificationiofthe present 't"' -and"localWXichi. i
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..,gasoline tax.law,,:t....ng:that the..ownedh of.automobii:s... ::. and " nearfy.








, -"".,--- .-.. :i-.On a co. .r.c, I" eb arens of un eraby t t t. pr"... acic '. '.;'.. ...'"' Goesti o i lt
i.,!,%4-y : tionif -' La-se A the lise. a cnfd',effceienthsu boondthe'la
:'--.isioniteof ..'- 'R~e'itratie.dh. dernomet of.. wFltotidaon thne pato sf puicfo
























er"ricm Com arso d tai n
'-oses th.ou gfa.ro.I.. ap oc r y th and 'tha t b nobond shu ld": e," iss ed o sls e sn socati ote d 'by










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p ii Iint ,l and mioutige saoe week a newspaper e o clipping ence of orghnat,. Californiaana.a i lal
1:i~i",,.'' -.I 1.ht., my .zI.mbee. u f the *from thele. os Angeles Timeso and created i those values tobafewith. proper fos;t
..I attempppe de or ed caio a u e b th l ting a- few brokerage sale shc iz aion eeFlorida wil do' thehsaame, bo t"'
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h, oner. e in bearing grovesin their respect -thing.and historywill, repeat, it- n-ss here,
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trms' 'podsibltot s anda tive vicinity . poself ..We. expect to-.seeo the day and yacht n1
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S .; i tiichon'i otIep'hcands.of, thise tade which land, In.Redlandsdistrict near Los..when a. first:.. lassgrove1in.Flor who con
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d a do .fdLG r tthe Stateoiert hw'd oveudionta Angeles, v193 acreswere sold forida will bring eay: salea at$. 00Ti
ss.s.r the aggregate price of $500,000 or per, acre. R CT
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..-,. -iM:pgtre1tionfem; %th e ties tepnearly $3'e0l an acre -no purely Continuous an.d certain income th
i ^^^^ i|t||mpaueq,~at prvaesale, :* here;:! th namne ^of 'In Pinellas county, near .St. .from such groves .will: make i~t Contin
^ i^ ^iceand t^erms offered wer'etnotgiven din nthe Petersburg, 280 acres t were sold wiser for cap tald to jnvt in themR epui a "
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t1 betios :: ; onl.'Io.-"" '" Oierwo thevaggregate' price of $1h0, than .in anye o.per agricultural b. the ..
,`:I. ',.,A", .'',t:I,-I 000 or ,les than $-'t.550.aper acre avenue. in,:" this country. . i da-,ll op' v
I ,-:. ..:. he..our The .. ..Redlands district 'must. be Twenty years ago...Mr .,.Emery ',of '-. s.
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:fposiblth ...at.t enacte re as '.th ,'.:Washington ...owe.y.in-theHils, paid ...$20.00 appraise -dth














tcreteoa eninfalor naval cent, an. o.rage which 'is per acrefor wildland in'- ..ng at.. ,.their ac
1 ech. considerednsecondh in- value to' 't county, t "'odaythais':1 .tm
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*^ liel 'tand in Valencia (Valencia groves'brinig pndeveloped land brings $1,5o"e to the Rep:
,!- .. tax .dee $3.,000 pe 'an'..acre c and teis. figure ofe .acre fora grose purposes' al ne. ..e nto". . ..















SI.^ wthout in3,000 dertinreice be reasonably The citrus industry of Caiifornia," fuln cop
qmab~eu tI~o' -as naced n te 'nteest ofthecompared with 'the Florida'groves properly; organized, created these will ol
...... , ...entioned... at, a answ'... .., ",-. ".e r















gl mentine aF awr price v tf.h$550. values. Organized citrus indFlor- wl help.-
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S,...,,,:' .tsa, ......It is.a well kiown'. ia ct,.-aso id ,,will create values ,, .. here never r inst, ie
















^ n tio prctie f te eacten of. that, Redlands rarely 'get, s "by a before-dreamed of along agricoal- swe. eul
hvnteenaderiidan hicl winter without expensive smudge tural ines".. Life is tc
........ . ......t' e e t t in .. ... al a ys needs r rig-ti ' . c
['n:;:o ir- .I.g'lle t. -. :.1.....,.. .. .' -' ....,..,.." :' :I ':- "a ,oss=
A ... iii.."...'..":I~ i, -11: -1; ` i; .,V ." ,': .. .. .....-I'; i -.. .:: -.-- :.... 1. .. .. ., .. .,.:... ii"., ." :..I. ... .. . ..u m m e r
,f; U -- y jp.,' -d ":"'' d'. d n"
...0. o ore!a -f~ d':I 67 ofi.... .,pisr.in f'rsiet t .es am a d Ev r..d lnd .. ., ,.'b live'ha t e Ac 'o
...04 1? ...:.,. .. .. %., ".:'. .,."Y ... ... :' : !.... -:... .:. 9: ,', .: .I .. .... h.,.
-,,e'fdlcieni,:,su .',.' -:".' ". es -t' "..o6. ... d ac.. ...the'n......t.e.pre ent.G .e',.,r .foibehStlak,
-'r-..'";,..' f. F ord .and of"he 927." 1.' ;:, o tu
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..... 'v..,.. : ,, -: ., : '.: Ii h .s i~
.1k'., 'oof.. f I ...a '.I., 'ing"for t e".o '. .I:Bli...or..
.-l -~ j,-,a 6 .y a .;.: ....- ,. ..... .? =, .. :;... a ;.t,.s i ,.'.-" ,t', .. .. . .' ;. .. ...... e.,.r-.,.go ofs.ph e
.= f .. I . "..., "" ."";,- "? """'." :,'-... .":.-;' .....7,7. : ,' ': :.. . .:-
.V .tme,"'"""J: :.e: .i '".,1" "-, -r- e. E:... .: T ere...c a nd :t "our...the ski n ..fth te bonds,. wv. al s e -not i n .. .u tthe .iint~e 'rests y c
... .--I--I -i..,.:Ii~ i _: .af -d, l.." .. ...... 1-... .. i . .wee!.:a :e..s a .r ii p. g I ..c r' o g~ i afo "" a i rn 't -a H
...... ,;.. .I., .....om te -,o :Anee T mesndITceaed1hos vaue-wih' ropr va..bl..
: :i`. it. ::......". C ,g..- ,..-.;,_ 1. I ... he" ': " e ..o:f..t e t t ,o F o i a"S i 'tby .. ..as cl ss. p. d - u .s. e e .
.,!) ]r..,I , ...'I,.:. ..':&.,: th. :r,-,'s.a ~l. .f!e n't.. . . se. .. e.. epet. t s.ted n yct.
..." ..Lo.s..Wok':t6hen' Ka f.:rdeqietaifron stria. b la ss D g~ ove..c lim ft-_or. . .
]% !o!... .-."'.. ;". -V.,:I. t.w lh.]i .S ..".'Re a fsd sr ct eof- ..... w o ort
.-, ,; 1., -- ,.,- '...L. .', ..,? : .,. ........,.k;. ," .1.. I .5 !j." 1 ..":- 4 ,.Z "-%,i."_ ,..' 'm'. t e ia s f F l r i a W d'nt .
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IFlone* : .,. f. .. .. ,, A..h _en. enb ra i a g eg t if e o :S 0 ,0 r p r c e. .-,,. .stc s.. ..
wn n..V.. ...".Q..... ..i_,--; .. . ;:: ..:-I!....:.".- J: bfi la d ':or ..-L fan. acre,,. .... .o..." ..oMs ,an'd wc.rItain- inco gone
ij, t" -.....L l.- .,........: 7;..,,.. ..'.':.. '. -'..."
e . . .. . : 1 i d r .. ,e r .. . .' . . % . . .. 1. ..C o t n
I% Si I,:.- %-, Y .I :. .......W.I'1 ....... ... . R e %. .uIl ica i
ivv","-' ': I:. .'.... ;.,:j .. ., e."g r ae-P ie of $ 5 ta' V ,''n" an",'' he" .aTheu Hoa .
-;6. -.. .i.. ::.: ..... :i'. ,.. '-..
Y.",i .1.'.". .. ,. .....':... . .%0 r e s t a 5 0 er c e v n e i~ t i o n r ." ..<.,, .. ': b t t e i t
&.- -. I I .-.i.. L. .,. " ' ,
.... :. .... v, -. L.. I Di..' :" t ricet.Re payd theistrivate'mus bt. b Th w rent fers' agof rid -witin hat.oid wll p
6-ompscisiL'eE :in.le ',Sattt nd!;the-d .e-- mee !''Wshntn:Kwe~uteHil ad.$500 ppas
... m.;,w n.... .. ",. .t i.j tiae
Jo .,1 ,19i. 6t,", ,~~~rjJ.:h , o .:_,,an, -A. -'belioevi t cng s-Id e scn in.tvaleto h onyC lfri .-'.,ttdase.lsome ."
; M I. ._ ..t'way s ;'. ... ..... ... . R ep-%..
.. I 'It n o ti ce. .......i... .I.1
., ..(-;. 1. ":. ... ... ...... ., '$d0s0implce,. an d this viouare s.pft.ace or. gr utove -p r of e :.:'atoee,.te tI on o
,vRidan 9 etaxXdeq, $3,0g erar..aube--ea -blyTh:ciru, ,inu. ...of I foia
""""" ... .. . ... : of '. .'. .a. ...
ei&,Nr.. .. ,V." I1nfia:Ufti e:! .0.rst. he FlompridawsIth eth foe lo da grovs po per: o r. g.i :4 nized, ceaed t es
,-9! ,RPM." ; '", ";]. r".':- ,'..... ..
r ... ". ..- .;'. -t % i "; : ,- .I -1 . ,* "-. % c m l m n
... .-., I.,..... e" ... e .- .w i.l..h.e.lp.
,:.. mtsm.lod.. mn nda apc f$5. Ivalue. Ogaizd;,i;usin ..o
13, C. 1"-V .. .. I ~ .. .e'" .. '" ." ' ... .-W r
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.. .i '-, 0_0%1.'. ,.I..'. y:: ' ..,". ." "."... .. .. :. '.. . .. ,.. a.R i a d a~ ly g ts" y ~ f r d -eme :o t0 g a rc ]- w r i:q
..n. l.-J. raet -ce .o .! e:e at en o.
L.1 . a 4 :..V." 6 e :.' .. " e ., .. " " "
..--. -I 1. ..ndM T ..'. -t."h -det id. .an. .whc i tr wto tep nies ug -t rlln
.. ........ -.; ie s t


^ ed, ,-' ae.'o'" ....e e..'de-'..n.adalways needs irrigation, In cmp~arisin with general pur-, generalizat:-
:Qg... ;l* t i...""', '.- .hen there .cost of 'productioAn, on pose farm lands in America, FIor willsurely
e.p p e I :..v., ,' '..... .,a m ... "... . .... . .s,-in... .. m... sure.aly g,
r..,'.: .i'- ::: .' .: fruit is easily, one.. dollar.' a box ida will create values of ten' to' ,
....7 f : above our necessary-cost and they one and when that' 'day- comes, Seek hirs1
of mpesatiofor.publicofficials, a-re 2'000 miles farther from cen' Florida will be the greatest service and
""af' ~ ofi ib'~ I '
"plaedupoi fair treofpopulation than we. democracyy of' wealth :in the looking for
::' ."'': : }'': .'"'-^ ''" J Why the striking difference in United States. : or later
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P. '. 6 L" '': ., "' ." : : : :=' . ..' " .


ES NOW LOOK

TERTHAN EVER

Service Is a Real
ictioning Body
Results Show

ve had many expressions
se and satisfaction over
endid !appearance' iof
groves this year. Not
the season been propi-
t the Howey service or-
n is "hitting on all
A three-way..check on
e was installed at the be-
of last season of unex-
ult.
ead horticulturist, Mr.
is an efficient and hard
wizard in groves, while
wlin, field supeiinten-
his hand tightly drawn
istration.
this we have a strong
ral -advisory council,
constantly functioning to
rice is left out of the
'ytem which will better
ts to the grove owners.-

y So/f Course
'n Summer

stent has been the de-
the "surrounding towns
Howey foulks to use our
e, that the company has
o keep open house all
)pie Read, our star p:-o,
.e his place, on the Jack-
course at Ch'cago for
ir, we expected the golf
in wo'd subs~dp, but
his golf evangelism
after the evngelist 'is

wey course' has been
lar this season, we sup-
S-of the reason lies in


7zorida Jfs a
Xujxury Producer

Florida is advised by an author-
ity in finance, C. W. Barron, dean
of American financial editors, to
look for future wealth in the pro-
duction of what he designates as
"luxury food" and of other things
in the "luxury" class. He is
quoted in the Newark (N. J.)
Evening News as saying that the
future of Florida lies largely in
the increasing production of trop-
ical products, pointing to the fact
that "Florida is the only tropical
country which is near to great
markets."
Of course Mr. Barron does not
fail to appreciate .the value, to
Florida, of its increasing numbers
of tourists, admitting, in the words
of the News, that this state al-
ways "will be a finq resort for the
rich," to which observation he
adds: "But they can occupy only
a small part even of the coast
line." Preceding this reference
to'Florida and its tourists, much
appreciated in this state, Mr. Bar-
ron is quoted in the News as say-
ing:
"On the coast line east of the
Alleghanies, is- the major wealth
and luxury market of the richest
nation on the globe-a nation that
has one-third of the wealth and
a majority of the world's income.
This is what gives Florida its
value. The climate and the soil
were/there when .Ponce de Leon
arrived. It was not until' wealth
had accumulated in the. North
that 'Florida could become of
value.. The food basket of the
world is already full. The de-
mand-he increasing demand-
is for luxury, luxury in food, lux-
ury in fruits, luxury -in flowers,
trees and vegetables of all kinds.
These can 6l .developed only in
proximity to markets.".
The foregoing sounds like prac-.
tical suggestion,' ir, accordance
with wNhich .-wlithoitt looking at


that it has been wholly '-luxury" things in just the.wva:
tary. that Mr.'Barr6n brings out, man:
glad, however, to d-o Florida.people have' been. acting
Lt until the full eighteen as is indicated' by' the increasing
club house is completed production of tropical fruits, ii
ill be necessary, to. have variety in'this" state. Mr. Barroi
lance of an organized say thait 'The way for Florida
nnected-with; the' 'tourist-- -A.,,a.uy.-.S.ie.
be built on the hill idaL, to wealth is to coin her sun
shine and her soil into food, fruit
t folks and welcome to and flowers for .thd great. market.
0lf course in Florida:'., of the;.North.':..,,,ThT, 'it can b
stated' with.alltruth, is beini
-Y ,TOWN done'; increasingly in many direc
S .tion .. :year-.; ter -year.
PROVEMENT t. 1:. tAo ha ;.. been fund that thi
PONDSi SOLD growing-'ad"arkting of "lux
%";' : ."- %. '" " .,; .w ". i -'. '.. .- ..:'V ,' -
-ury" productss pays, and :pay
on .ake Front hnasome ly, i.s. strawberries
"'ll:o n. --.L 'i"ke':F ont '" "...... '"""
F..irst'Ir,. ihngs' ..thsttare marketed',.. .early in thi
1FirstFTihingsTo oda season".going to the gr'eal
Constructed cities in the North and West bring
growers the very -best prices-"i
wey.. town' bonds haf.e act the high price at whid
6 Br wndrummer Co", strawberries are sold to consume.
,; 'Kansas. 'This .il ers not seeming to matter to pur.
wn council, within t1e chasers, so-they-get the berries
months when climatic conditions, in. the
'onn ppor uht-, .to
the-:-f6wvn'imProvemen. pa'P es whlere theyr od ai
he. n. laces whee theyare sold, make
S'sunder..these bondsd, procurement of fresh strawber-
te"first newditem.-. of ries impossible,l-e;cept they come
vll". be a towti.pavilidn romn Foda. ..<:Th same appone
front for.use o f thee from -Florida.Tbesame apii',
e -front for use o f the similarly' to Florida-grown .pota.
community gatherings toes and other vegetables pro-
events, together with duced in Florida at the time whe'r
nd bathing' 'facilities in... other sections of the country
Sbe:hihly ..appreciated. winter still holds sway. Then it
n people. is that'Floida, fruits, and vege-
ected to foster the use tables,' fresh' from vines and
ce. a. 'a pleasure' boat trees, are most in demand: Then
"..'-headquarters.' Lake it i that these Florida products
I all' t.e other lakes are, in the "luxury" class and
lake an' unusual setting command "luxury". prices.
There is sorhe prospect Mr. Barron, therefore, is quite
Firm..setting up a busi- within reason to recommend that
imd provide for launch Florida-continue to "coin her sun-
trips for the thousands shine and her soil into food,
here every year. fruits and flowers for the great
, ......... .. markets of the North," which .,as
VE TARIFF .IS. the years go by, will want to re-
NG CAMPAIGN ISSUE ceive increasing quantities .of
each and all,' to. be disposed of. to
ied from Page One consumers ready and willing to
sm aind get' by: ith it, pay' the. price.
ell-'gent voter of Flor- Here, then, is encouragement
en .-wide his eyes and for Florida people to speed up
'ese personal" promises production of early food products
tual worth. and of fruits and flowers, also--
- for Florida to appeal and to perfect marketing facilities
ubiican party for pro- so-that full Uadvantage may be tak-
its agricultural assets, en: of every available "luxury"
t Florida in the doubt- market as well as of markets to
n .,n national politips which the people in general look
Nothing short of this for staple food products in Flor-
the question and an- ida season and out of their season,
;kly. particular reference being made
here' to fruits and vegetables 1f6r
io short to gamble on which there is constant and,,.in-
on when specialization creasing demand and then new
get you somewhere, .landj.improyed. varieties in addi-
- -----.. ..tion.-Florida. (Times-Unron.
t the law of altruistic" - --
the things you are A man's state of mind is more
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