The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on September 4, 1936 · Page 15
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 15

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-* V .•,;'-"V f HB' BAKBRSFtEtf) CAUFORNIAN, FRIDAV, SEPTEMBER 4, 1038 w, i in WL $55 < $55 on Muscats, $50 on Suit These average advances will be based upon Grading Schedules, which, in the case of Thompsons and Muscats, except on inferior fruit, will provide for advances of from $50 to $60 a ton. ,' Growers signing Annual Pool Contracts will receive the same average advances as members of the Sun-Maid Raisin Growers of California,, and will make their deliveries under identical terms and conditions. Conditions within the industry are the best in many years, as indicated by low inventories, a short oncoming crop, and by an active trade demand at increasing prices. These conditions warrant a field price for 1936 crop Thompsons and Muscats of at least $70 per ton. (Copy of Contract Form) ANNUAL RAISIN POOL CONTRACT 1936 CROP Contract A'o.. 1036. Seller, hereby sells and SUN-MAID RAISIN GROWERS ASSOCIATION, Buyer, hereby buys all of Ihc'Thompson Seedless, Muscat and or Sultana drapes, hereinafter called "Ruisiu Grapes," produced and to be produced during the year 1936. on the following land in. County? California, to-wil: such purchase and sale to bo subject to the following terms and conditions: First; Said "Raisin Grapes" shall be, by Seller, thoroughly and properly dried and cured, of good color, in original condition, and free from damage of any kind;"and shall be delivered on demand, but not earlier than September lf>lh. 193(5, nor later than December 1st, 1930, nl Buyer's nearest receiving station. Seller shall assume all risk of loss or damage to undelivered "Raisin Grapes." " Raisin Grapes" having a moisture content in excess of sixteen (1(3%) percent in the case of Sultanas and -seventeen (17%) per cent in the case of Thoihpson Seedless and Muscats, as determined by Buyer's moisture machine, shall be deemed to be not "properly dried" under the terms'hereof. Second: Six days after receipt of said "Raisin Grapes" Buyer agrees that it will make an advance for base grade of said "Raisin Grapes," as determined by "Grading Schedule" held at receiving stations of Buyer subject to inspection of Seller, of two and three-quarters (2 ! Vi) cents per pound on all Thompson Seedless and Muscats, and two and one-half (2 1/ 2) cents per pound on all Sultanas; and will pay, on all of said Thompson Seedless and Mus- cats above base grade, as determined by said "Grading Schedule." a bonus as set forth in said "Grading Schedule," and will make on all said "Raisin Grapes" below base grade, as determined by said "Grading Schedule," a deduction, as set forth in said "Grading Schedule," from the advance agreed to be made for such "Raisin Grapes" of base grade. Third: Buyer agrees to pool and sell said "Raisin Grapes" with other "Raisin Grapes" previously made and each teller's pro rala share ol Uuycr's expenses incurred in its operation upon said "Raisin Grapes." Four//?/ This contract is intended by the parties hereto to constitute an absolute sale of the "Raisin Grapes" covered hereby, and Seller hereby grants to Buyer, its agents or rep- Grapes" as herein pn Fifth: Buyer may release from the terms hereof "Raisin Grapes" covered hereby as a whole or in specified proportions or quantities, for the purpose of permitting their marketing in ii fresh state, without affecting the obligations hercunder with respect to all "Raisin Grapes" other than those so specifically released. (BttYBHi Sl'N-MAlD RAISIN GROWERS ASSOCIATION. Bv PRESIDENT WITNESS TO SELLER'S SIGNATURE <SELLER1 ... i SELLER'S ADDRESS) out in tlupHcatc; srnil both 10 S'uii-.t/uid for \tx signature; one will be returned to grower ) Your 1936 Raisins Are Worth at Least $70 Per Ton One year ago Sun-Maid advised you that 1935 Thompsons were worth at least $60 1 per ton. Time has proved the soundness of this advice. Now Sun-Maid advises that 1936 crop Thompsons and Muscats are worth at least $70 per ton, and points out the conditions that warrant this price, DO NOT BE MISLED r Do not be misled when you are told that Sun-Maid's advance fixes the market value of the crop or that the advance represents final payment. These advances only represent substantial cash realization to provide for growers' immediate needs. Despite the fact that many growers sold their 1935 crop raisins at prices approximating Sun-Maid's average advances, Sun-Maid's final settlement with 1935 crop growers will bring them additional and gratifying returns. Sun-Maid again advises growers of the fair market value of their crop and provides them with the opportunity of securing a substantial cash advance if they are not able to realize that value by immediate sale. -MAID RAISIN GROWERS ASSOCIATION *'**&'*«..'.11 •'-',•:

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