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Chicago Packer (Newspaper) - May 11, 1935, Chicago, IllinoisThe Packer saturday May 11, 1935xyiixrixixxxxxxi. Established 1863 u. S. License no. 478 c. H. Weaver amp co. Carlot and l. L. Receivers distributors jobbers a Chicago Headquarters for cantaloupes growers and shippers desiring a steady outlet with High class sales service should make arrangements with us for this season s Deal. We have a Large outlet built upon our Manly years experience in handling this commodity. Has a Good outlet for your cars a prompt service facilities far handling truck loads fruits and vegetables stores and general offices 43-45-47 South water Market shippers of new potatoes 0ur sales facilities Are Complete in every respect to give you prompt through our wide outlet. Roll us your cars. I buyers offering daily Huson triumphs i also Idaho potatoes prompt shipment rolling or Chicago diversion . 216 South water Market Chicago strawberries Green vegetables Beans cakes a tomatoes apples oranges cantaloupes All fruits and vegetables we Voll handle joint account or on commission. Try Uay we will satisfy you. T h. Rubenstein amp co., inc.  �v9w. Milwaukee. Wis. Pleasant Valley Deal to be later most onion growers used seed in Stead of sets this year. Detroit Street notes b. George Hansuld. Vice chairman of the Vancouver town planning committee Vancouver b. C., was to Detroit visitor late last week anti made an inspection of tie Detroit Union produce terminal. Or. Hansuld is inspecting several of the Large terminals of the cast. J. T. Ii. Armstrong of Tho Pacific fruit express company Chicago and his assistant 13. 13. Walter wore calling Oil the Trade Here Jast Welc and attended a Toto dinner of past presidents of tie Detroit produce traffic Cir air. A a a Frank Downs of the Downs if ult company Jackson mich., was Here monday. Sidney King freight traffic manager Wabash railway st. Louis was calling on the Trade Here wednesday. A c. H. Miller of the Miller Michigan potato company grand rapids was a Detroit visitor monday. P. L. Blount of m. P. Blount amp sons Bethel n. C., was Here monday making Headquarters with a c. Macclaren. The in k of d. I. Peppard broker Chicago. Reference Tho Packer a. W. Harriett amp co., inc., in Kentucky Berry Deal. Chicago May 10.�?a, w. Barnett amp co., will As usual be in the Ken Tuckwa Strawberry Deal in the Paducah Section and will have cariota to offer the Trade throughout the entire shipping season from that Section. They report the crop Outlook at the present time very promising and indications be that there will be a Good crop a Ochle Equality berries a they report that Blakemore Are now moving to be followed later by Aromas. A. Vhf. Barnett amp co., inc. Ship car lots and less of strawberries. Under their. and a a Aromas brands. Movement is now on. Later they a yell have Carlots and less of raspberries Anddew berries to so ii from. This same Section. V a a. Syf. V. Ron lon acreage at Grant. Grant. Mich.,-May 10.�?farmers in this Section of Newaygo county expect to Plant around 1,000 acres of muck land to onions this season. A Large part of the acreage already has been planted around 700 cars of onions were Quot shipped by rail from Grant this past suasion. Chicago potato dealers have made annual move. Chicago May 10.�?the annual move of the potato dealers from the Wood Street Yards of the Chicago amp Northwestern railway to the Chicago produce terminal Yards took effect last week and the potato dealers Are now receiving and handling their Carlots from the Chicago produce terminal which is operated by tie Illinois Central and Santa be railroads. The dealers generally move from the produce terminal 27th amp Ashland Avenue for several months during the summer to handle the Southern potato Deal and usually stay at the Chicago produce terminal from May 1 until around september 1, depending upon when a the Northern potato Deal starts. Martori distributing co. A phone is Seeley 4956. Chicago May 10. A an error occurred in the and of the Martori distributing company inc., which appeared in our last Issue May 4. The Telephone number was incorrect. The number listed in the and was Haymar Ket 4956 whereas it should be Seeley 4956. The Martori distributing company inc., which opened up Here about three weeks ago headed by Joseph Martori reports a Nice business since starting. The company is How specializing in Western vegetables such As lettuce cauliflower peas carrots cantaloupes Mississippi cabbage and Texas tomatoes. Pleasant Valley la., May 10.�?the onion Deal in this Section will be materially changed this year due to Tolje fact that Well Over 75 per cent of the acreage is planted to seed instead of sets which will throw the crop much later than in several years past. According to estimates Between 600 and 70 acres altogether have been planted and of this not More than 100 acres Are planted to sets. The set crop generally comes on around july 4, lasts about two or three weeks followed by the seed plantings which Start about july 20 to August 1. The High Price and Scarcity of sets caused the bulk of the growers to be forced to turn to seed a although in the past few years the bulk of the crop had been grown from sets and two years ago a very Small percent were grown from seed. Under Normal conditions the seed crop will yield much heavier than sets and As a consequence the shipments have been smaller during the past few seasons but with favourable conditions during this growing season a much larger crop is expected. Tho Quot Valley has been known to yield As much As one car per acre although this is not Normal by any Means growers state. Some of the seed is of Early variety and with the varied types the Deal will last much longer than usual it is believed. A a of the acreage is in but not All of it is up due to the wet weather. Some Fields of seed Stock Are As High As three inches and in condition to cultivate while some is barely through the ground making the crop very uneven. Growers who have raised onions in the Valley for a Quarter of a Century state however that it will depend on weather conditions considerably but there will be Little variation after the crop has been growing three weeks. Another feature of the District this year is the fact that Many growers have turned to the red variety due to the fact that they were not Able to obtain suitable yellow Globe seed. Conditions at this time Are considered Ideal and with a Normal growing season a much larger crop than in the past several years will be shipped it is believed. Last year was almost a Complete failure due to the drought and hot weather and Only about 60 cars left the District. This Stock was of an inferior Quality in most cases and growers did not even begin to pay expenses. Those who handle the Deal Here a re the United onion growers Coop association for which the c. H. Robinson company nationally known brokers is sales representative John Baumbach Fred Schutter a grower who ships his own Stock and who is one of the few to have any acreage in sets and a w. Davis company of Davenport. F first watermelons in Detroit. Detroit May 10.�?the first car of watermelons of the season was received thursday by Weinberg amp Gilbert. Tie melons were from 26 to 32 pounds. Owing to Cool weather movement was fair starting at $1� 1.25. This is the earliest car arriving in the past five years. Ladies club on Chicago Market plans dance. Chicago May 16.�?a business meeting was held tuesday evening in the lounge room of the South water Market Cluj by the South water Market socialites tie newly organized ladies social club. The meeting was preceded by a dinner and after the business session was Over those in attendance enjoyed a card party. There was a Good attendance. The principal subject under discussion was the dance to be Given by the club on saturday june 1, in the grand ballroom of the Medinah athletic club. It was brought out at this meeting that the Sale of tickets is proceeding satisfactorily and also ads Are coming in nicely for their souvenir program and the Success of the event is assured. It is anticipated that a Large crowd will attend the dance. The club has engaged Jimmie Carri Gan and his orchestra. This orchestra is Well known and one of Chicago a radio favourites. Read tie advertisements in this Issue. They May spell increased profits for you. Peas finest California Dally steady supplies Salinas Watsonville cauliflower California South water Market Chicago stick to this always fresh a Best Quality for steady supplies wire a u st in Lim e c Orp. 68 South water Market phones Haymarket 1026�?l. A 20 Chicago largest importers of limes in the United states a. Lexa let us be your Selling broker California lettuce of Flower Mississippi cabbage Chicago diversion rolling or prompt shipment. Let us be your Chicago buying broker Martori distributing co., me _ fully paid Chicago capital $10,000.00 fully paid 216 South water Market a a. D. Phone station to station Seeley mob Chicago Street notes carrots calf. And Ariz. Cantaloupes Jake Fine now located in the Imperial Valley to handle your f. O. B. Business. A question somebody ought �0 answer is How Many third parties does it take to make a third party a h. Grupe of the Engebretson Grupe company los Angeles was a visitor this week. He made Headquarters with the Merkel Brothers company which represents his firms account in this territory. Or. Grupe left by air plane for a few Days trip to Detroit and Canada and returned to Chicago wednesday. He left by air plane thursday for Minneapolis. O. P. Hale shipper of Gibson tenn., was in Chicago this week calling on the r. Rittenhouse company which represents him on this Market. Or. Sniffle of Williams Brothers ltd., Centerville calif., was a South water Market visitor last week. E. Carlton perishable traffic manager of the Missouri Pacific Railroad st. Louis was in Chicago late last week visiting the Trade. Mark filly of the Tully vegetable company Nogales Ariz., shippers of mexican tomatoes returned to Nogales late last week. Or. Tully has been Here for the past several weeks making Headquarters with the l. Gillarde company which handles his firms account. Andrew of Donnell of the o Donnell fruit company of Pennsylvania Pittsburgh was a visitor Here late last week. De Poulin sales manager for the Muskegon co operative celery growers association shippers of celery was visiting the Chicago Trade Mon Day. John r. Annale of the Apple growers association Hood River ore., was a Chicago visitor Lato last week on his Way to Milwaukee j. D. Horton returned to Chicago saturday from an extended trip visiting markets and shipping districts in the Southwest South and Southeast in the interest of the National fruit and vegetable Exchange inc. John Waddell traffic manager for the Western fruit jobbers association with mis. Waddell left wednesday night for st. Louis to attend the funeral services of mrs. Waddell s sister who passed away this week services were held thursday morning. John p. Ryes of st. Louis arrived in Chicago late last week to be Here for the next month or so to assist h. B. Georgelos of Georgelos Brothers Tomato shippers of Culiacan sin., mex., in marketing their tomatoes. This firm recently opened up a temporary Branch off co Here in Chicago and expect to be Here another month or so. E. F. Fowler of the new Castle fruit company new Castle calif., was a Chicago visitor this week. \ Jean Morrison president of the Sutter Butte fruit association of Yuba City calif., was in the City this week. R. W. Walling of c. H. Robinson company at Peoria 111., was in Chicago monday. J. A. Martin general manager of Wesco foods company was in Chicago this week. H. A. Allie of c. H. Robinson company of this City left last week on a two weeks vacation. Lawyer a a you say you saw the Man stabbed in the Hay fled with a. Fork. What kind of a Fork a witness Quot Well did you Ever see a tuning Fork or an Oyster Fork in a Hay Field a a grit m. J. Callahan is Bank s special representative on the Chicago Market. Chicago May 10.�?the Halsted Exchange National Bank Quot announced thle week that Martin j. Callahan has been assigned to the South it water Market District and that will spend the larger part of his time directly on the Market in special service work with customers being available to them at All times. To will work in Harmony with the Bank a customers and any time they Havo special banking problems he will by glad to Render assistance the announcement said. The Halsted Exchange Bank is located at 19th and malted streets a Short distance from the South water Market District. It has been making a special to of South water Market accounts and has been successful in securing a Largo number of the firms on this Market As patrons. Entertain Toledo growers at Detroit Union terminal. Detroit May 10.�?frick Brothers wholesale fruit and produce dealers of Toledo were hosts to the Handy service group of grocers of Toledo at the Detroit Union produce terminal tuesday. The visitors arrived by bus in the and after being escorted through the terminal and Tho Detroit fruit auction by Kirk f. Mitchell terminal director of Public a relations they were the guests of Tho Detroit fruit auction company. For luncheon in the private dining room at the terminal. The group a amp a addressed by Frank n. Isbey president and Charles o. Brown general manager of the Detroit fruit auction. Short talks were also Given by members of the visiting group. / Fortieth anniversary life is just beginning i try Maxon by a a a. License to a Chicago 4ft_ r4 27-29 South water Market commission merchants specialized salesmanship berries celery peppers Beans peas tomatoes cakes Green Corn onions and All Green vegetables
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