New shippers organization improves conditions for coast artichoke and brussel sprouts growers

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New shippers organization improves conditions for coast artichoke and brussel sprouts growers - New Shippers Organization tx n t: Davenport...
New Shippers Organization tx n t: Davenport Producers' Ass'n. Aids Ranchers In Marketing CONTROLS 2000 ACRES F. 0. B. Sales Declared In Gain Since Forming Of Combine Conditions In llio ni'llrlioko nitd liruxM'l sprout In.luslrv In (lie upper const section of Santa Cruz county urp better this fall than In I lie ni several years due lo several rensons, icilwins rlilefly 1 to improved marltt'tiiiK and shipping conditions made poKulble llirouli the efficient operation of (lie Daven port 1'iTdiieciV nNFoeiation. Kucc-Ksor Kucc-Ksor Kucc-Ksor to (1h I'nilrd Artichoke Growers of California, the Davenport Producers' association has been recently formed. In its initial umlertakiiiKS, however, it has been markedly successful nnd bas won the enthusiastic and unanimous support of 35 of the largest glowers in the upper coast section anil controls approximately 2000 acres of artichokes, brussel brussel sprouts and other vegetables. Not. Incorporated, but closely and carefully organized, organized, the producers' organization bas named Louis I'olettl as general manager, with offices being niaiii- niaiii- ii. l'OLKTTI tallied in the large, modern packing and shipping shed in the heart of Davenport. Mr. I'olettl has been a leading figure in coast artichokes and financial activities for many years and has taken an aggreslve part in bringing about co-oerative co-oerative co-oerative organization organization of the coast growers. Organization during the mist siv veins .-as .-as .-as ueen largely tne rruit or i.m unselfish labors. "e are, concentrating on three principle objectives, which wo deem of highest Importance to the Santa Cruz county growers," tie- tie- ciared jvir. roiem yesterday. "We stabilization for our chief prod ucts and we are pushing an intensive intensive survey and study of market conditions, to the end that our members will be as alert and well advised economically as the people people with whom they do business. "We are also working hard to secure as many f. o. b. sales as possible, that is, bringing a definite, definite, known price to the grower as soon as his car leaves our sheds, obviating the necessity of gambling gambling on market fluctuations after the car is on its way to metropolitan metropolitan centers. In this work we have been reasonably successful this year and feel highly encouraged over progress to date." Mr. Polettt revealed that the association members are shipping to practically every important city in the United States. The organization will ship more than BOO .carloads of artichokes, brussel brussel sprouts and other vegetables from its Davenport shed alone this year, with many more leaving from other shipping points. "Conditions in our industry this vear are definitely better than r at any time during the past sev eral years," declared Mr. I'olettl. 'fllir PTnU'Pr nva nnita nnllmlutir. ... ' ' "" tills season. Besides artichokes and brussel sprouts, Davenport Producers' association association ships lima beans, bell peppers, broccoli, cauliflower, peas, rhubarb and several other vegetables. KITTKX HAH I'OI K I'ltONT PAW'S are bending everv effort tn.n,.,i . NEWS PRINTS THE NEWS Santa Cruz Bank of Savings And Loan First In Business In the present fiesta period when historical dates1 take on fresh significance tt becomes of interest to find that Santa Cruz Bank of Savings and Loan, the affiliate of County First National Bank, stands at the top of the first page In the chronicles of local banking. It was the first bunk organized in Santa Cruz county, opening for business on the 'dale' of its incorporation In March, 1870. It was In 1878 that its stockholders stockholders arranged an affiliation with the Bank of Santa Cruz v ........ .. in isD. Willi l-.e l-.e l-.e iwo inxiuuuw.. ritflrlinfr tn rnnri net himtiiPKH 1111- 1111- ' . " . iner one management, i ins aiun-, aiun-, aiun-, ution, marking the pioneer veil- veil- ture in conducting a commercial ! and savings bank under a single'sea the strange management, proved successful with ram-like ram-like ram-like horny from the beginning. Its then 'as she is called, novel features attracted wide at- at- horse when she tention from banking interests pavement, the giv-the country over, with the result ing her little that its adoption in practically jshe can run much every rural community in the pony in an open state gradually followed. The Bank of Santa Cruz County Books Farmers Has A model institution mem-pointed to as field of similar nvdr flip stntp flip Operative Exchange, ta Cruz has entered of a remarkable Starting humbly, feeds constituting partment, the In County; Still for convenience of all under joint and divided ownership pos-pendent banking pur-The two institutions b'ned resources of "" The institutions rection of the Pomiel: Bruce Ed president; Porter president; G. S. president and Cos-tella, assistant AMHRRSTrtHRP. Kar, Hunt owns a nol.sewelli )ony i. t ..i "s i10rnq for ilonfq 'skiiR. Inhabitants " towns come

Clipped from Santa Cruz Evening News04 Oct 1934, ThuPage 22

Santa Cruz Evening News (Santa Cruz, California)04 Oct 1934, ThuPage 22
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