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Chicago Packer (Newspaper) - June 19, 1926, Chicago, IllinoisIs a a ski vhf two Wavak cd Odin a pack re try Ynhu elusive Laid and Iem a Only Paopi Anta Raastad la four kind oboe Trees and it Raa Chaa about All Yoor Gonna Tlona and probable Gonna Tlona aver Yuhara la the United slate vol. Xxxv. No. 7 v5 devoted to the interests commercial i. A and receivers fruits vegetables melons Etc. Cuma at Mem do Mir at tto muffin at Hgt Ltd s a 179. Pub Tugo offic. Los to Walius id. Kauai City. To. Inti try saturday. A a �<�?�--�.�. M a j a a it site Piaf ibo s in pm 7f�ep�ro a a a a a a a Kansas City. Few York. Cincinnati \ a o Angeles june 19, 1926 subscription rate United Staten. To leak Canada. So per year. All other for Elf a Isi. single copy 10c my quiness for Buffalo x. Y., will be heat andean 10 to is to largest crowd Ever attending an Apple shippers convention to lib present hotel. Reservations indicate committee Are named and program Arr aged it All committees hard at work ironing out details As usual the Dadles Are invited and there will. Be coif dancing parties and everything. \ a a pedal Ratee on the certificate plan will be granted by the railroads a a Many persons a ending will. Want to visit Beauty spots Canada,4 Niagara palls and other places interest ext Pulve representation prom England and Continental Europe reservations should be made Early a William x a. Mcintosh chairman the hotel committee is the 81st annual Donald o. Schreck in Smith Sorgs e. Woelfle. Rots reservation committee wll. Liam a. Mcintosh chairman George k. Howland Frank Schlun talus Warren b. Wilkes Charles Belerma. Registration committee Warren b. Wilkes chairman Joseph Rothen Berg Samuel Rinello Sam for. Shats r. D. Sprout. / banquet committee a John e. San Lulua chairman. Reception committee . B. Sims chairman John Kraus George e. Howland Louis j. Dicarlo Frank de Veso Fred j. Schafer jr., George a Liles Eugene Hornung Leo lip Leonard Johnson Frank Leon Roy Pusateri Jacob Swartz Joseph Roth Enberg Samuel Rinelli h. E. Scull John Schenck w. A. Sharp Francis d. Wood r. D. Sprout. A Wight s. Beckwith John a Schlun talus j. Murray fulsom g. G. Kramp Edward a Dawson. V ladles entertainment committee Albert e. Carlf chairman mrs. E. H. Boye mrs. F. Brennisen mrs. F. D. Brennisen mrs. Wilbur Chaplin mrs. A. E. Clark mrs. W. Eberhardt mrs j. Eckert mrs. J. Fulsom mrs. George e. Howland mrs. J. W. Lan Sliff miss Clara layer mrs. Anthony Leon mrs. Frank g. Leon miss Sarah. Pusateri mrs. J. Richards mrs. Edmund g. I Elay mrs. A. Schlun talus mrs. Donald o. Schreck mrs. George o. Schreck mrs. W. A Wilkes mrs. George e. Woefle mrs. F. D. Wood mrs. George a. Leary. Convention a Buffalo City Many attractions. Buffalo n. T., Jime 18.the 81st Quot annual convention the International Apple shippers association will be held at the hotel Quot Statler Buffalo tuesday August/10, to Friday August 18, inclusive. A cordial invitation to attend is extended to growers shippers receivers distributors exporters railroads steamship lines state and National officials and to All Persona and organizations interested in the. Apple Industry. The ladles Are especially invited Buffalo has made extensive and elaborate plan for the the convention. A Large number committees have been.1 appointed and Are hard at work. Everyn can. He assured in Advance a Hearty Welcome and a pleasant end profitable time. Guetta from a distance will at. Course wish to visits Niagara Falls one the great wonders the world. Others no do Tiht. Will desire to visit the Beauty spots Canada following the convention. Buffalo itself also at in feds Many polite internet andean per sons attending the convention can Well afford to make the convention a Start lug Point their summer vacation. A Advance hotel reservation a already indicate the largest convention the Apple shippers association has Ever held leading shippers producers receivers distributors exporters imy porters and handlers apples will be press it from All parts the United states and Canada will also be an extensive representation from England and Continental Europe. Special Railroad rates. On the certificate plan will be. Granted bar the railroads. Detailed announcement and Complete instructions will be issued Latera the convention will open with _ get together Day on tues Daji Avgust 10. Everyone is expected to be on hand at that time Register get set. Tied in a have an Opportunity to renew old acquaintances and Forai new opes and there will be a special entertainment on tuesday evening. The business sessions will open at 10 a. A. Wednesday morning. It is hoped it will not be necessary to hold afternoon sessions thus giving an Opportunity for visiting and relaxation. Golf facilities will be provided for both ladies and men the Only restriction will be that men will not be permitted to play during the business sessions. V Buffalo is also planning extensive entertainment. For wednesday afternoon and evening. On thursday evening the annual banquet will be held at the hotel Statler. Extensive entertainment planned for the ladles. The registration fee will be $5 per person both men and women which entitles the registrant to a badge and All entertainment except the banquet i prone intent speakers have been secured andr in addition there Are Sev a ral very vital subjects for the con Yent Lon to consider. V hotel reservations. May.-. Be made through William a. Mcintosh chairman the hotel committee 166 Mich Lgan Avenue Buffalo or through re a. Phillips Secretary ilb8v Mer Vantile building Rochester. It is urged that persons intending to attend should. Make their reservations promptly. The committees Are As follows convention committees. General chairman Fred Brennel in. Secretary Edward h. Boye. Treasurer George e. Woelfle. Executive committee Fredren a Olsen George e. Howland. Edward h. Boye j. W. Lansing William a. Mcintosh John e. Schlun talus. O. B. Films Joseph Rothenberg George r. Fich Reck Francis d. Wood. Advertising commit teen a. Bing Challmah Charles Altman b. A bean William Eppolito. Charles Hickman George e. Howland George a. Leary Frank Leon publicity committee a Francis d. Wood chair than Edwardh. Boye Daniel Kurtz Geprge a. Leary George e. Woelfle 4,finance committee 1 George e. Woelfle. Chairman. Entertainment committee George r. Schreck chairman Charles Altman Morris Altman Frank p. Coward William Eberhardt Elmer Eckert Fred w. Kiefer Frank Leon. John. J. Perna Louis j. Dicarlo John Eckert j. Murray. Fulsom Daniel Kurtz Nathan Mohilewsky a. R. Pusateri Abha s. Shin talus Robert a. Pilacer. Liberal suppl la a v potatoes at Chicago. A hts ago. June 18.supplies both old potatoes and new potatoes were Liberal this week and the Market All the Way around was a Little bit lower at the opening trading on monday and tuesday. By wednesday however the Market on most new offerings took an upward1 to orb . About 25c per cwt., Biff la fms a it. In r,-., but old Stock continued to remain easy Slepoy Rolt was Dower while cell at unchanged prices. Anything that for la demons felled to hold was sprouting or otherwise off con gains made Early in the week ,0"d moved at rather Sharp Dis i counts. Active demand for Florida grape. In a carlot Way out weights Ala Irujo Bama Louisiana and Oklahoma sacked no 1 brought 83.50 a @8.75, with partly graded Stock sell ing at $8� 8.40. California sacked no. Last shipments Florida oranges 1 Long Whites moved mainly at .83.50 her met n in South caroling doth top stave barrels arrived Porto rican pineapples us no r Irish cobblers 86.25@6.50. Much better demand and Large and Slat barrels 6@6.25. North Carolina no. 1irish cobblers in stave Suee were very Strong California Valenda oranges met a Good demand with prices generally higher. Barrels brought $6.60 @ 6.75. On old Stock Wisconsin sacked no. 1 round Whites brought $2.25j�2.50 new York june ,1$.�?-there were 159 cars California Valencia oranges sold at auction this week. The fruit showed a Good Quality and condition. Propose one great /. It j California grapes \ plan discussed at meeting the .Padflc coast regional advisory Board at Sacramento where problems connected with the transporting California fruit and produce were threshed a out face big problem with this years loadings promising to exceed those last year. The demand for 216s and smaller was Idaho sacked no. 1 russet $2.75,@3 Strong and prices generally 25� 30c, Washington sacked no. 1 russet per Box higher while 200s and larger $2.75� 2.86. Held firm to slightly higher. Fancy at the beat nning trading on fruit sold at $3.75� 9 and Choice $3 thursday there were 107 cars old 6.75 a potatoes Sand 111 oars new potatoes the s3 cars California lemons1 on Lac a team tracks. This is not sex offered. Were fairly Good Quality Jessive for new Stock but it is rather but irregular condition the mar heavy for old Stock at this time the Bushnell fla., Bank a draft policy has been a mystery to Trade. New York june 18.the nou Cement in the Packer last week a riled Strong and l5 @ 35c higher year. Grape plan is to have a committee 21, composed seven Bankers. Seven shippers and seven growers a this committee will have authority to demand the inspection tonnage contracts before orders will be fixed for cars and wu1 see that the necessary surety Bonds Are provided mud railroads and growers Are protected a matter Protection All along the line. . The failure the citizens Banj Bushnell fla., creat Ujj few Able a stir especially Ern produce markets. There has been some gossip in the Trade recently regarding the manner in which the Bushnell Bank handled drafts. In fact the draft handling the citizens Bank has been somewhat a mystery to receivers vegetables from that Point for Boris time and from what can be Learned now the mystery is still unsolved. For example with some Northern receivers at least a Check certified by a a tinder unfavourable weather conditions re an Aluisia Primo later the demand eased off and earlier Tanwir Olpe it1ws gains were practically All lost. The general Range on Best 300s was $3.95 5.20 and on Choice $3.35�4.45. The Best 360s brought $4.10� 5.20, and Choice $3.50�4.60. During the Early part week but higher in new York. New York june 18.California cantaloupes were steady this week up until thursday Ylyin in spite Cool _. A a weather prices advanced about 25c. Seventeen cars Florida oranges around 40 to 60carloads were re were sold this week and this about celled Day. Barly in the week winds up the season so far a. The jumbo from $3.26 to $4. Stan Florida product is concerned. To la a a Padg g2.76�l.60ponles $2�2.76, fruit showed a Fah to Good color Gen Jand to scoff with poor Condl p Aie Al or h a Wea i ton and out could ton Stock lower condition. The Market monday open Lon the led slightly higher on 200s and larger i in a with other sizes declining 50� 75c. The i ,3��?�60 St Daz $2.76@ 4 a a Teaah Fly a Elnoa ohnura/1 on Ai Vranna a a ii. It a h. The citizens Bank Bushnell usual a tuesday prices showed an Advance %2 &3a�d Flats sl�1.5o. Ejon i an Delia Elnaa Lutr a Lead a 7 a a a As a whole is aimed to be one great Clearing House for the Industry which is an attempt to make the big grape Deal a Safe proposition for the men i who Are interested. Among the prominent growers t shippers commission men Bankers and other interested in the shipment California Perlah amp ble products Here in attendance at the regional Board meeting were the following n. Asp j. W. Adama j. Bate c. W. Banta j. , e. Barrett r. 8. Bus Gay j. Baker h. A. Cole j. E. Courtney w. C. Conner , w. J. Clements n. R. Crow r. L. Cason e. Carpenter. Clayton d. C. Ubon w. W. Cook j. Dean e. Davis s. M. Fulton g. A. Frazer L. Foley. C. Fitzgibbon c. R. Graham Ben Goodheart B. Garry c. L. Hill. E. Hanhel j. R. Hayden r. V. Holder c. F. Hoover. H. S. Hazeltyne r. Hutcherson h. A. Hen sgt a Hughes Fred Henri e. J. Hansen o. Helping w. P. Jennings e. Klein j. K. Knickerbocker j. A. Kellar e. Kipp j. A. Lloyd j. A. Logan n. K. Lockwood g. A. Keith no or p. Merritt. R. L. Magilll. Morgan c. J. Mcdonald. G. R. Mcintosh j. R. Norton Jack o Neill j. H. Brien a Olenn e. Prather a. F. Pratt j. Q. Patton b. L. Ruby. W. Re old e. Remington . Smith r. 6. Sawyer Leo Schlessinger col. A., h. Stevena n h. Sloane h. G. ,.f. H. Stocker e. S. Torpey h. Van Swearengen. C. Virden Thomas a Liulama and j. C. Willis. Final needs to dec at meet plan meets with opposition from the Erie Railroad has been Endor by port authority and the Trade failure a Resolution delays action. Plans Call for a Union Railroad ter Mynal on the waterfront Between Franklin and canal streets to take the place the old Dominion Pennsylvania and other piers on Manhattan Side. New York june 18.the two Dav meeting the new Yok food mar the Gramch Council convened in Chamba a it the York stat Liberty building 65 Frank morn a Missouri strawberries top Chicago Market other Berry offerings. Chicago june 18.this Market is now being largely supplied with strawberries from Illinois Indiana and Michigan. These states have All experienced considerable rain during the past ten Days with a result that the Sacramento calif., juice 18.important questions relative to the control crop shipments and the handling California fruit and produce came up yesterday at the regional Board meeting.-the Pacific coast majority carlot and express shop transportation advisory Board. The transportation advisory Board met Here with growers shippers commission men Bankers and others interested in the shipment California perishable products., the committee by would precede a draft sometimes 0 wednesday gained 15� there Porta from California this just Why a his ?6 _ the a a a the Marke. week Ware to eff a it that late melons by one or two Days. Method was a used in drafting Wever explained to the rec punt a St Lorn de8irable�?T this parasite is pretty Well checked. The certified checks. The Only Wey Rit a could be figured a de fruit sold Down to $3.15. Receipts Georgia peaches showed out Here la that the Bank itself Wasl a Quot a sch oghtelecf.lpt8i. ®nl3t a considerable increase this week. The extending shippers credit without the a a car8 it Florida Grapefruit arriving water Alf Letlo a along in transactions becoming a a matter a he re was an Active demand and prices t record a shipper had say $2, daily. Monday values gain to the Bank and went in the Bank cd 26�35c. Tuesday j6c and Wensi and got a Check for $2.000 certified i div 15�6c thursday the prices that naturally would use up. Hta i ref a Ala h % a 2 5o higher except fund however in this Case half1� who sold ill Giuy lower. Most mailed the certified Check to the How wer made t>tl6w�.30 Wittl Northern a Mcelver to we i he was i1 Gabd Marsh needless reach going to ship tie car. The following a a a 5 Rno amp to Tiu Wuy and cd Day m went to the citizens Bank with a ton Stock brought a Low As Al the aids aft for $2,000 and. Cashed that. A fruit showed a fair to Good Quality a he a the draft came through to the re co or and an irregular condition Mceiver. Who had by that time re, the offerings Porto Rico grape Cei Ved the certified Check for $2,000. Fruit were a Little heavier at tuesday s naturally the draft was paid. The transaction however gave the shipper $2,000 More with which to go out and buy produce for shipment. A. Shipper working under this system and doing business with half a pretty a had shape. There were 20 to 26 Cara in each Day with express re celts grow log lighter. However re id Jgr Bdl Tony out Oil con Diu it a Chea he re red Birdland we Al deny in Ivin fed to $s4 and Small fruit Down its Low is $1 76 Greensboro and Early car inns were bringing $2�8.25. Sale and the demand was somewhat a Frank Dadomo Johnstown sluggish. The Market opened lower i _ a a a a pa., is sentenced to jail. Pittsburgh pa., june 18.the action against the Adorno company than last week and weakened As the Sale progressed with prices at the close considerably below those Wii �., -1 trained last Eek he Brights Johnstown pa., brought by the dozen product receivers in As Many i a a a a �,8 35�?T a or a brother company this City markets could build up quite a re $3.t2 @5.38 and standards 21-60� 3.88. Charge nor embezzlement and fraud Porto were in much. Ent conversion proceeds was tried better demand Ance Large sizes which tuesday before judge s. L. Reed in were in Light receipt were very Strong and considerably higher. Thirties advanced 60@75c and 36s and 42s 25c. Vol Long fund with very Little capital As a foundation. Bushnell is one1 the largest shippers cucumbers tomatoes melons Etc., in the state. The Deal Down there this year on cucumbers Espe Elg teens ranged from $88 to $5.25 scially has been almost a 100 per cent j24s $3.25@4 30s, $2.37@2.75 36s, buy proposition quite a number i $u62@2 and 42s, $1.25 @1.60. The criminal court Cambria county at Ebensburg. The Quot jury brought in a verdict guilty on the fraudulent conversion charge against Frank Adorno and Lucy Adorno his wife Northern receivers operating there about 60,000 crates or Havana add Rno indeterminate by from three had accounts in the Bushnell Bank. Pineapples sold at auction this week nth to three years the latter be from the packers Florida Corre and revers look for 40,000 next i eng the maximum under the Law. In Sponden this week comes the info week the fruit waa very Good passing sentence on Frank Adorno the Quality and condition for the Middle judge stated that he mu8t so Rve three was a Good demand m0nths and restitution is then son. M Active advancing made to the prosecutor he will enter 60c per crate monday but declining talk a pea for Ole it but that in the 10o wednesday Twenty fours sold event restitution was not made no a from $8.10� 3.30, 30s $2.05@2.20 Anda it Jle flu be considered. Sentence on 5. A i Lucy Adorno was suspended. The h to action brought the free Brothers Lemons Thip week one being held comp my was. Over a car produce a Whan s3 non Huyao Nora Anu. i and sentence was imposed on Frank crates Havana a porno Index Ltd Reinftte la from Thrift Matlon that in december the Bank a statement showed resources $709,-956.28 with deposits $615,814.53. This it is Reh Breed was the largest Deposit the Bank had Ever held the information also contains the statement that the closing the Bank a in a Large measure is due to the return Large vegetable drafts upon which payment had been refused by Northern buyers due to the drop in Market prices which came As a very big Surprise to local the citizens Bank was the oldest Bank in the county. Its manager was Ralph Collins who was also president and Well known throughout the growing districts and also among North Ern receivers. \ one report is to the effect that the suspension the Bank might be due to its failure to collect notes Given on sub division real estate Pic the or its inability to borrow on such Security. Quot 21 composed representatives the shippers growers and Bankers the state was in session with the railways committee 21 members. This joint committee was appointed at a recent meeting Bankers growers shippers and Railroad men held in a san Francisco with a View to preparing for an emergency in the fruit and produce shipping business. A Charlese Virden chairman the meeting says that California. Shipped More than 30 per cent the fruit and produce the United states last year and a substantial increase Over this loading is expected for 1926. Last year he pointed out it took More than 70,000 cars to handle shipments California grapes. This represented a tremendous traffic problem and it Wax with a View Tif Lessen ing this problem for this year when it my Xee sad a Fiat shipment off Grap and other product Mph exceed to amount sent last year that the trans Portal in a meeting was held. The speakers included Charles e. Virden chairman Norman e. Sloane general manager the Pacific development association who is general Secretary the Pacific up fast advisory Board and Donald Coon manager Public relations the american railway association who is working with the 11 advisory boards on rail matters throughout the United states. Or. Coon has said that the meeting was one the most important its kind Ever called As the handling California fruit and. Produce is Ope the greatest problems confronting transportation. He said the successful handle he the grape crop alone Means a saving millions dollars to the grower and shipper. Prominent business men from All parts California were Here attending the meeting. The discussion a. Bill which it is understood will be introduced at the next session the state legislature requiring All. Shippers fruits and vegetables to keep the growers Money at All times in a separate fund subject to the immediate Call the grower took up part the time. Perhaps the most important is a plan by the american j imw4 Hlll the to. F commissioner l new York authority when monday morning s session. Melstad a up Ned by r w Dunlap a Aehl we rotary the department a who made a few introductory remarks. To lure meeting the a a amp Hout the most a uras a very late resting one. Most All the men who took Quot Nart Are practical perishable food a a erts i tical n tl6dgl n0t b0ins a Theo Quot Aturo but the kind that is Amone. Tny mjg ears dai1 Contact. Saw?8 my nday my a ing nation t Prea Dent the National league commission Mer Ern Al i a a a Rny the Northeast. Ern manager the Florida Citrus Exchange Victor k. Mcelheney pre Al ments coming in to this Market have been water soaked. An idea the rain which has fallen throughout the territory can be gathered from the _.v.cm3y dress fact that five and two thirds inches Dent the fruit auction com Nav or .11 a a in ohio.o Britain and also chairman the terminal water fell Here in Chicago within a period four Days. As a result Many water soaked and Leaky lots arrived and there has been a wide Range in values. With Only the beat lots bringing top prices. Some Missouri Stock was still on the Market and it was pretty Good Quality Topping committee the american fruit amp vegetable shippers association Wilson d. Bennett special Eastern representative the California fruit Exchange p. Willis Holden Smith amp Holden Joseph Petchesky pet Chesky amp sons walkabout Market. The Market on offerings from any oth Brooklyn and Bernard m. Patten or sections by from 25 to 50c per 24-quart crate. In a wholesale Way the local Strawberry Market was As follows Illinois Aromas 24-quart crates $3.26@3.60 Illinois 2 4-quart crates Dunlap $3 @3.60 Indiana 24-quart crates Aromas $3@4.25 Indiana Dunlap $3.50@4 Michigan Dunlap $3@3.25 Michigan Gibsons $8@3.25 and Missouri Aromas $3.60 @4.60, with an occasional Sale reported As High As $4.75 for the fanciest lines. Supplies blueberries were some _ cup thai 4 w4ak ago and Uri Der but a a att cat pts or my he a i la i and lower. Tennessee �4-quart crates sold a mainly at $8@8.?s, with an occasional Sale bringing a Premium 26c. Thirty two quart trunks North Carolina blueberries brought $4.25 @4.76. Alabama and Georgia blueberries were easier this week As supplies were somewhat larger. The 24-Fluart crates brought $3.60@5.50, 16-quart crates $3 @4.50. Twelve cup trays California red raspberries. Sold principally at $2.25 @2.50 for the Best offerings. Harry w. Joynes Pittsburgh Dies suddenly. A Pittsburgh. June 18.harry w. Joynes Secretary. And treasurer As Well As manager h. W. Joynes inc., this City dropped dead from a heart attack wednesday about noon. Or. Joynes was 49 years age and had been in the produce business on this Market for. 23 years operating As the North american potato company and prior to that under his own name As Well As in the present corporation., funeral services and interment will be held saturday at his former Home Onley a. Date set for hearing in b. L. Ross bankruptcy. Wilmington del., june 18.notice has been issued by judge Hugh m. Morris the United states District a ourt this District Delaware that a hearing will be held in the Brooks Ross bankruptcy matter on the morning july 26 before said court at Wilmington. Brooks Ross resides at Seaford and on january 16, 1926, was adjudged bankrupt. Unable to its Bills. Kansas City juice 18.�?-the Fayette ice company Confluence pa., writes that it is not Abl to its Bills and that the sheriff recently sold its Plant. J s a it a or tuesday when 33,000 boxes were sold consigned to the l.,Adorno company Ray Way association and Eastern re and the other thursday when38,000 for Paie last August and for which Celver and shippers whereby All the firm failed to remit the proceeds the Sale. Boxes were offend. Tuesday while there were apparently a Good Many orders from out town in the hands brokers the Market was lower than last week verde ii Soos and second dry weather injures Grade Ripe fruit showed the greatest loss. Verdelli 300s declined 25@50o and 360s, 25c. The general condition Ripe fruit was hardly such As to admit classify Virginia potato crop. New York june 18.-in a. Wire to the Packer thursday the South a Ern produce company Norfolk va., ing in the customary manner. The lots reports the potato crop considerably in t be by St condition sold from $3 to 1 curtailed. The wire says $4 while the remainder went out at a continued dry weather in the nor various prices from $2.75 Down to Folk sections coup to a with several re 82. 12%. The Range on first 300s was cent hot dry Days has greatly re 83. 6214 @4.75 and on seconds $3.37 v4 a diced the Quantity the potato crop. @3.75. First 360s by ought $4@4.87 v4 so serious is this drought damage that and seconds $3.50@4 with the Small. The crop will be much below Normal sizes $3.62 @4.87%. I but the Quality excellent this a at thursdays Sale while prices plies to All Southeastern Virginia were generally lower the demand was and northeastern North Active and fruit showed a fair to Good condition. Three hundreds declined 87% @50c and 860s 12 %@25c. Thursday nigh there were 99,675 boxes Sicily Lemons at. The Dock unsold. According to Cable advices at that time there were 94,875 boxes afloat for new York 27,555 boxes for new Orleans and 500 boxes for Boston. Charles Raimondi is arrested on fraud charge. Estimate Early. Apple shipments. Columbia ten�., june 18. A Railroad officials estimate the number cars Early apples at Points near Here As follows Spring Hill 35, Columbia ten Franklin ten Cartera Creek two. Packing and shipping will by on the coming week. Pittsburgh pa.,. June 18.Charles Raimondi sometimes known As Charles p. Raymond trading under the firm name Cherry foul pc Market at Butler was arrested last saturday and charged with disposing his property with intent to defraud. The Cherry fruit Market retail store had been loading very heavily out the Pittsburgh Market for the part two weeks and was stopped from loading Here last Friday by the Pittsburgh produce credit association which reported that the firm had been Selling produce at less than Cost. A hearing was held in Butler before Alderman Kearns monday and Raimondi was held for the action the grand jury under a $5,000 Bond. A / the produce Packer aside from the edition the Packer Wlinich Iron Are now Reading which is devoted to the commercial production and marketing Fruita and vegetables we print a separate weekly newspaper a the produce Packer which carries Market and Trade news interest it to shippers and distributors eggs poultry butter hides Wool furs dec. A free Sample copy will to gladly mailed upon request. Shippers grapes must put up Security Bonds instead personal Bonds. Proof must also be Given in writing the tonnage held by shippers and cars must be ordered at least ten Days ahead. Other questions concerning the big grape Deal Are to be included in this plan which is expected to make it hard for the Fly by night operator and the Man without funds and More easy for the Man with the tonnage and the Money to operate. With 10,000 cars left on the vines last year prices were slaughtered Down to As Low As $50 for a whole Carload delivered. Shipments ll500 to 1,600 cars a Day were made the bulk which was poor Quality and millions dollars were lost by the growers and shippers. The California grape Deal with More acreage in bearing this year than last is a serious problem and operators say needs some very drastic changes or methods which will eliminate the poor Quality Cut Down the total shipment to Good Stock Only control the movement cars assure the railroads their freight the shipper his commission and the growers his daily bread. This is being fostered by the Many big men in the Trade throughout the country. At the regional Board meeting it was proposed that a committee 21 be appointed to include seven Bankers seven shippers and seven growers who will act with authority on All matters concerning tonnage cars Bonds financing the Deal payment to growers. Eastern drafts and collections. The state Jill be divided into a number zones with a committee in each zone which will pass on tonnage which a1 shipper claims he has under contract. This subcommittee will have authority to demand the inspection tonnage contracts or proof from Bona fide shippers before their orders will be filled for cars. They will see that the necessary surety Bonds Are provided that the railroads Are protected that the growers Are protected and that the shippers Are at All times protected. The plan cantaloupes from Imperial Valley pass the 10,000-car Mark commissioner the department markets new York City. It can easily be seen that the discussion the great terminal problems that new York fruit and produce receivers and distributors Are now facing was in pretty Good hands. Among the transportation companies represented were the pen syr Vania Railroad by j. W. Roberts Gen eral superintendent traffic the Clyde steamship company by its new York agent b. Smith and the old a a Dominion line by w. L. Bull. J. A a ma/111 vice president the Erie. Waa ready Dym the grow ire shippers i eague Florida urging that on account the steady increase perishable shipments front Florida terminal facilities be enlarged and improved As quickly As possible. Or. Zorn a poke the. Same thing. He pointed out that the increase in the receipts Florida Cut Russ fruit will be at least 10 per cent a year during the next five years and that improved facilities will have to be provided to take care this in crease. Or. Frost who has been working for several years on new Railroad terminals along the front the North River and who has been chairman a transportation committee Al Centro calif.,/june 18.june>the fruit amp produce Trade Assoc a 15 the 10,000 car Mark was passed in the Imperial Valley Cantaloupe Deal. The total including the shipments june 15 was 10,066 cars As against 7,885 to the same Date last season. During the week june 9 to 15 inclusive 1,978 cars were shipped which included 181 cars Honey Dews 228 car mixed melons and one car Basabas. During the same period Arizona shipped 35 cars cantaloupes Florida two cars and Texas one car. The total crop remaining in the Fields is problematical but shipments probably will Reachi 13,000 cars before the end the month the Bureau agricultural economics put out the following information june 15 maximum 100 degrees minimum 66 degrees demand slow Market slightly weaker considerable Ordinary carloads. O. B. Cash track a a Standard 45s $1.�?~50@1.65, mostly $1.60 most shipments rolled for delivered sales ripes for Western shipment demand limited Market weak very few sales considerable Ordinary Quality Standard 45s $1.25@1.35 most shipments rolled unsold Honey Dews 6s and 8s, 75@90c, mostly around 756 12s and 15s 55@70c, mostly around 65q, most shipments rolling for delivered sales. Texas onions firmer in new York receipts Light. New York june 18.the onion Market particularly on Texas Stock continued in a very unsatisfactory condition principally because to poor Quality the offerings. Receipts however Are lightening up. The Morgan line boat had Only 17"cars Texas Stock monday. the onions had been Good. They would have sold Well because there was really a Good demand Here for Stock fair size and Good condition. The Best offerings Texas we re Selling at $1.60@1.75, but there was a world Stock that ranged All the Way from 25 75c per crate tuesday the Bermuda Steamer brought 970 crates and the steamship Alexandra unloaded 24,340 bags egyptians. There were also Argentine onions Here and Light offerings it californian. The last named sold from $1.75 to $1.85 per crate. On Texas and California Stock the prices quoted include cartage from the Dock to jobbers place business. Bermuda onions ranged from $1 to $1.05 and argentines $1@1.50. Egyptians in 110 and 112-Pound bags sold at $2.75 @ 3, with Small bags at $1.50 @2.50. Ton explained his ideas and plans that the transportation committee a had worked Over for the past three or. Mcelheney advocated a Una ii terminal or at least a combined terminal. He said that for example Perl she ble traffic on the different railroads entering new York City varies widely. He. Pointed out for example the Erie and the Pennsylvania one having its heaviest traffic in the fall and the other in the Spring. Or. Holden has also had k great / continued on Page 17a. New potatoes Active in new York Market. New York june 18.while receipts Southern potatoes Are running extremely them z Al _ a Tremley heavy there appears to be a splendid movement. The buyers Are pwt a or the Stock and jobbers Are reporting a steady and satisfactory outlet for example there were 130 cars South Carolinas 32 cars North Carolinas and two cars Virginias in tuesday. The Market was steady and firm on the Best offerings but poor Stock was Dull. Good Quality South Carolinas ranged from $4.50 to $4.75, occasionally reaching $5@5.25. One car was reported sold up to $5.50, but these potatoes were extra Quality and condition. The Market however was generally from $4.50 to $5, with poor Stock Selling from $1 25 to $2.26. I All the North Carolina potatoes coming that graded up As to size sold on a with South Carolinas. This was also True Virginias. A the receipts were lighter towards the end the week and the Market a appeared to be in much better condition. Most everything offered was cleaned. Up on arrival. The i it a St South Carolina no. Is were bringing $5.5,0 @6 towards the end the week and poor to Good Stock $2.50 @5. No. 2s sold Down to $1.26 @2. North Carolinas when they graded up sold a no a with South Carolina Stock but most North Carolina offerings ranged a from $4 to $5.50 Norfolk brought $5� 5.50. It a old the Market on old potatoes is very Dull. There is practically no Dock business and most All trading in old potatoes is now being done in the Yards. The average holdings run. Around 15 to 20 cars daily. This week Green mountains vere bringing $5� 5.25 per 150-Pound sack and $6@6.25. Per 180 pounds bulk. A. St a a a a. V a g Amy
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