The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, October 25, 1932, Page 7, Image 7

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The OHEGON STATESMAN, Salem, Oregon. Tuesday Morning; October 25133-
PAGE SITVLN
EST STERLING: DttOP AFFECTS GRAINS
HOGS ARE TEMPORARILY HIGHER
Local Market Slow; 'More Cabbage and Wheat
Raised in State This
1 7 Year; Imports !ow ,
Movement of turkey, locally Is
err slow, but seemingly ao more
so than In the larger markets. One
local buyer reports talcing a
bunch to Portland late last -week
only to bring them homo because
"of slow movement on the market
there. . r-J: v:-
The top. offers so far locally tor
llye turkeys tuns 14 cents, with
11 cents the quotation lor , num
ber two staffs :y--i,r- ;,.r
" The top retail price for dressed
turkeys so far Is reported from 20
to 24 cents. . - . : .
As a rule, little , movement la
turkeys is evident on the local
market until 10 or 15 days be
fore the Thanksgiving holidays
Down'; Tomatoes
Are" Scarce
A small lamp in hog prices was
recorded on the local market Mon
day, but the indication for today
is a drop, loeal buyers say. Top
yesterday was 3.9ft a hundred.
Wheat dropped 2e to 4Ce on Ted
and 48c on white. r;;
Tomatoes are eettinr scarce on
the market here, although the I
prices holds at 80c. ,
Cabbage Is down, dealers offer
ing around 35c In sack lots, sacks
running from 45 to SO pounds.
Retail en cabbage Is 45c sack.
Salem Markets
Grade B raw 4 milk,
co-op pool trice, $1.28 -per :
hundred. - - - '
Surplus 82c. - '
(Milk hated ' oa atral-menthlr
-hutterfat vera ft.) fc ;
Batterf at, sweet, 22c. t
Bntterfat, soar, 20c .
General Markets
nuXT AXO YEOETABXJES
Prfe paid te (-rowers by 8lem bayera.
October 34 -' f.
(The print below, eapptled by a local
rroeer, are Indicative of the dally market
bat ara not guaraatae by The Statesman)
Outdoor encumber, .in
Hotaou cucumbers, d " - , 0
Carrots, torn.
Beets, local, doa.
Turnips, local, dot.
! Green peppers, lb. -
CahMf, sack.
CORVALL1S, Ore., Oct. it
(AP) More turkeys raised but
smaller-Imports and reduced cold
storage holdings were reported to
day by the U, S. D. A. bureau of
agricultural ' economics co-operat
ing with the O. S. C. extension ser
vice.
Thirteen per cent more turkeys
were on farms In the United
States on October 1 this year than
a-year previous. The Increase was
general in all regions, and in near
ly all states.
Imports of turkeys from Argen
tina this Year amounted to only
397,000 pounds, compared to 4,-
82S.O0O last year. Cold storage
holdings are nearly a million
pounds lees than a year ago.
FKODTJCB 2X0HAXQS
PORTLAND. Ore. Oct. 24. (AP)
Produce exchange, net price: Butter,
extra Sle. standard 20 hie. prima fh-at
We, first lc Kg, fresh extra S6,
ireaa aaaoiam zse.
Radishes, dos. ban eh fa
On 1 oca. dos. bonche -
New potatoes
.10 to .IS
as
04
li
so
,20
Portland Grain
Bwtei potatoaa, 100 lbs. ,
Celery hesrts, doa. ....,
Local eelery, doa.
Lettuce, crate
Sweet corn, doa;
.IS to 1.00
S.S0
.10
.50
8pinac. crate
Flume.
lb.
PORTLAND. Ore. Oct 24. (AP)
Wheat Open High. Low Cloae
May - .,, sa 6a 81 sift
Iteecmber 47 47 4 47 4T
Cash heat: Bi Bend btaestam 85 V,
oft Ute, Borthen eprisr 46 VI: wett
er white 45 Vb 1 bard wtater 46; weatera
red 44 Vi.
Oata Ho. a wblte SIS.
Cora Nt. 2B yellow 18.50. .
Millra Staadnrd 18. -
Peara, bu local
Strint beaaa, lb. -I
Aprleota (retail) ., . ..
Peacbea. Salway. lag
reel, eoatt
.05 to MVk
,
02
.$
02
a
75
OS
Portland Produce
Tomatoes, faf
Tomatoea, ba.
Caatalonpea, erate
Onioaa. Walla Walla
OnioDa. Labiab. 25 lba.
Bcedlees trapea. Oalif. (wholesale) JJO
lee cream fln - , , niif
PickliaK eoioas (wboleaale) 0Vh
Daaisk squash, doa.
Local mtukmeloBS. lb,
.0 ;
.70
8S
,20
Raekleberries. retail. lb.
I riala crape .
r;nv week provides
Rin niupinr miTTnt
IJII I HniUUh HIIMfHl
III I IIIIHIIIil . 1 1111 II II
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PORTLAND, Oct 24 (AP)
Trading In the butter market was
without general Quotable change
for the week's opening. On the
onen market there was a well
sustained trade In everything ex
cept extras which were inclined
to show easiness.
Steadier Tone is showing for
eggs but the market is more and
more going to a storage basis.
The Increase in withdrawals is
verv marked and Indicates that
holders are anxious to unload
More than passing weakness is
reflected In the market if or spring
chickens with sacrifice values
generally ruling. Hen market is
considered steady, and at late
prices.
- There is no improvement what
ever for the week's opening of
the country killed calf market
Prices remain unchanged, mostly
7-Se lb. Hogs are just about
steady but lamb , is in good call. :
A typographical mistake Quot
ing the buymg.prlce of ckittim or
cascara bark at 8c lb. when the
general mark has been no higher
I than Ic lb. caused considerable
confusion In the market here. It
was aa error pure and simple,
PORTLAND. Ore. Oct. 24. (AP)
Batter Priats, 02 score or better, IS
248, standards 2I-23e.
Err Paeifio Poultry Producer !!
Ids- price: freak extra 26. atandarda
24c, medium He, pallets 17c
itoaatry meata selling price to re
tailer; coantry-killed hoja, beat batch
era, nader 150 pounds, 5-Oe pound; veal
era, 80 to 100 Boonda, Se; lamb 9-9 H.
year lin 6c, aeary ewe Se, eannar cow
ie, sou -e.
N , I tn. w.lnntt 1S.19, TIAllWrt
?etutt 10c, BrszUa la-lie, almond A
IU flhart !0-2 nfia (W.
Cascara bark Baring prices 1933 pool, I j;1
e pound.
Hops Nominal, 1932, 16-16
Strawberrie. crate .,,
Isles of Pine grapefruit, retail 8 for .28
.12
-25
.1.80
Amies
Kings, ba.
Spitsenberrs .
Northern Spy
wrtleys
Jonathans
Delicious
Cauliflower, 2fo. 1, crate
rs
0
.88
.68
.65
-1.00
.60
Top, 1932. lb.
Top, 1981. lb.
HOPS
.18
- BOOS
Baying Prices
Batterfst Direct to shippers; station,
16c Portland deUTery price, churning
cream 19-20o pound, sweet cream higher.
IdT poultry Net buying price; hoary
fceasL colored. ii pounds. 14e: do me-
diam lie, ligbt Sc. oprings, colored. 14
15; all weight, white, 10-12; old roo
Un 7e, docks, Pekins, 10-llc
Onion Selling price to retailers; Ore
gon 70-75e cental, Takima 60-65 centaL
I'otatoea locai 7 e orange ooz, w
cbate Gems 81. Takima (Jems, 60-90
centaL
Wool 1982 clip, nominal; "Willamette
Taller 12-15e pouaa, eaaUra Oregon IV-
12C
Hay Buying price from producer; al
falfa 112-12.50, clorer 89-9.50.
Stsndard
Ifedinm ,
Pullets
24
.22
20
14
Colored hen
Medium hen
Light bans
fryers .
cincinass
11
.Jtt
Turk era. Hr
G-UVTJr AND BAT
WTieat, western red ,
Whit. No. 1
Barley, ton. top
.08
.19 and .14
11 to .14
.48
.48
WKeat, Grn-and rye
Reach new Bottom
Quotations
CHICAGO. Oct. 14, AP)
Shaken by British exchange col
lapse to the lowest point since
England went off the gold stand-
ard. wheat, corn and rye reached
Blew bottom records today. -
Apparent withdrawal of British
government support for sterling
rates had a decidedly unsettling
effect on grain valaes, and proved
more, than a counterbalance for
any stimulating effects of United
States department of agriculture
removal of certain . restrictions
against future delivery dealings.
Crop news both from Argentina
and Australia was bearish, and ex
port demand for North Americas.
wheat another disappointment.
' Wheat closed nervous, 'at
slight rally, under Satur
day's finish, corn unchanged to
off. oats at H decline to ad
vance. Today's closing Quotations: .
Wheat: December, 47 - ;
May. S3-B-H; July, 14-H.
Corn: December, 25-4; May,
July, ai-.
Oats: December, 16-1; May,
llA; July, no tradlsg.
Merchants Report
Few New Walnuts,
Filberts Ottered
Local store men report com
paratively light offerings of new
crop walnuts and filberts so far
this year, although Inquiries as to
price are coming in steadily.
0 far there seems to be little
guide for a "store" price. Locally,
one merchant is offering all the
way from 19 to 14 eents a pound
on walnuts.
On filberts, the beat quality
barcelonas are getting offers of
13 cents a pound, and other fil
bert prices ranging accordingly.
Judging from the Inquiries
there will be a considerable of
fering for store trade locally. The
holdover is said Quite small.
as.oe
.18.00
.16.00 U 19.00
eon
retch flO-lUO.
817-17.50,
eastern
oats and
Oats, white, ton
Oats. gry, ton. top
Bar. bo Tin orlae
Oat and TJtch, ton T.00 to T.S0
Alfalfa, valley, let eutting-S.00 to 18.88
MEAT
Lamb, too , 4.00
Mors, top a.wo
Cow
Heifer
Dreaeed reel, top
Dreeaed hog
Medium
Coarse
Mobai ,
.01 to
-02 to
.OS
.08
.Of
.08
WOOl.
14
-40
Portland Livestock
Hoc. first cuts
Steers ,
..no market
NUTS
8.65 Walnuts, orchard run .. . .. ... ,10 to .14
OS to .04 rubert. fair grade .18
SIMS IOT
OYER STEEL MEET
NEW YORK. Oct. 24 (AP)
The tock market was- ptadld
enough on the surface today, tmt
was obviously a bit aneasy in ad
vance er tomorrows xmaia
meeting ef the United States steel
directors. t'rr-l ;
Wheat had the earmarks of pro
fessional . selling .here .and there,
particularly fa some food shares,
failed to bring out Sfty important
liquidation and the list closed a
shade higher, as measured - by
price averages. But traders moved
with extreme eautioa, . the turn
over of 61,241 shares making the
smallest day's business since July.
Such corporate news as ' ap
peared waa moderately favorable.
particularly railroad earnings and 1
freight movement figures, hut a
slump of about .T cents lA the
British' pound sterling oiTtop of
Its dip last week, was apparently a
ittle unsettling. ...
.' U. S. Steel Preferred was firm.
getting; op to 74 and closing at
fl. a net gain of 1 S-8. The
Common finished a fraction high
er, as did American Can. Ameri
can Telephone, Consolidated Oas,
Santa Fe, 'American Tobacco "B,"
Kew York Central, and Standard
ef New York. Allied Chemical
was up nearly 2, while advances
ef a point or more appeared in
cora products, Liggett lb Myers
B and McKeesport.
'Selling of the biscuit stocks
lacked any definite . explanation.
and was widely regarded as pro
fessional, -National Biscuit dipped
store than 2 points, but recovered
to dose off only S-4. Loose Wiles
dropped 4 ft points. Union Pacific
dipped 1 points, then recovered.
ANOTHER AUTO UPSETS fflKE I
m
Making Soloist , of; Driver as Car Settles
IN 'BEAVERDAM HOLE
DDiiE AT Mill CITY
ef-opinion .hereabouts. . SUIT, - if
people must go over edges, they
caa't find - a. better place. It's
like dropping onto eight feet of
sponge.' And if you think that
, .: .. By W It. -O WINN -
LAKB LABISH. Oct. 24
There- i a certain- spot - la the
Labish territory, adjacent to the
county road, which seems to' have
an irresistable allure for motor-! Isn't a jolly lark, try 1L
. m. m a M S . . I "'""" j "
gars, u im a npoi sominBiy niuiea
to aa automo&ue-a sweet repose, 1 -
being soft aad yielding; being. CfOp Ol All Bit 3.
in xacx, oeuveraa-. . it ia toc-ieu t e j r v . V
8n. the D. H. DeGross place Just 0?Cu rt 60.10X6(1
north ef a mi in the road, ana
a nice little drop.
Saturday afternoon Mr. , Joe
Mendellno's automobile took aa
an premeditated excursion Into the
spot, and such are the soft and
mellow euaUtles of the place that
Mr. Men.ellne and his car escap-
VYomen's;CIub I Hears Talk.;
On Ballot. Measures; . ,
W.CJT.U. Meets -
Wll PWtWaf -- mm VsM -wmbjw I Mvy tUval V (itVSil.UtV Vtti ir ' A
ed unscathed, although the car 1 of agricultural economics, cooper- j this corner presents pleasing ap-
Demand For Apples
Good. But Crop is
Under Last Year's
HATESYILLE, Oct, S4. Onion
planting la4 almost completed. Mr.
Warren has a few mere sacks to
plant on the Teal place, and Louis
Jory Is still planting oa the prop
erty ha recently purchased in Cen
tral Howell.
Walnuts and filberts are being
harvested la spite of the rainy
weather. Apple harvest Is alsa la
full swing. The crop Is only about
one-turd ef last year a. and the
fruit seems to be in demand.
Some of the farmers are get
ting their plowing doae, the
ground being ajjout right for this
were
Approximately 6.000,000 trout,
brooks, -browns and rainbows,
were planted in Michigan streams
during September. ,
CORVALLIS Oct. 24.-(AP) -
The smallest crop of alfalfa seed
to be harvested ia the United
States for years Is expected this
season, it Is stated in a review is
sued today by the United States
department ef agriculture bureau
MILL CITY, Oct. 24 The new-
home of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Po
drabsky Just" west of Paradise ad
dition to Mil! City Is rapidly near- -
Ing completion. Stony Wells has
had the contract for building the
house.
. Workmen have completed the
laying of the aew roof of the Ca-.
tholie church. This is one of the
many needed repairs to' some -'of
the buildings of the city.' The
grounds surrounding the church
have also been cleaned up and
a tin; with the Oregon State col
lege extension service.
Production is estimated At ap
proximately 20,700.000. pounds.
or Just over one-half of the aver
age supply during the past eight
years.
The alfalfa seed crop last year
was somewhat below, average.
and Imports have been less than
exports. As a result, the carryover
this year is believed, to be smaller
than, a year ago.
MIDDLE GROVE, Oct. 24 The
Junior Christian Endeavor group
met at the home of Harry Jones
for business meeting and social
Saturday afternoon. Robert Put-
man was chosen secretary sue
turned over once and was ap
parently tn favor of another turn
or two. Inasmuch as the wheels
had sunk Into the stuff on the
way over, however. It was foiled
In this enterprise and had to be
content-to rest upon its side.
It had not beea resting long
upon its side ere Mr Mesdellno
emerged from the skyslda, whistl
ing blithely an air rumored to be
"Santa Lucia", or, perhaps, "San
ta Dlavolo!
As is customary la these eases.
various persons. Including motor I JITri?nr Rhtleavorprs
i.f. k t.im.1 Amnnii junior .-uacavureri
dent,1 sopped blithely Bp out of
nowhere and lent a hand and lots
of advice.
Mr. Mendelino departed whist
ling mO Sole Mio!" or perhaps
It was 'Happy Days Are Here
Again. At any rate. Mr. Men
delino was whistling.
Just what there' is aboat this
particular spot which attracts mo
torcars with such persistency has
not been definitely determined.
Perhaps peneath the beaverdam
lurks a rubVr magnet of some
sort; or Just a plain magnet, for
that matter. What is more uaeiy.
certain chuckhole, perennial In
the road at this spot. Is respon
sible. People swerve
chuckhole. and if. as happened
in the case of Mr. Mendelino, an
other ear Is approaching, the in
evitable Is likely to become the
inevitable.
Mr. Mendellno's ts the fourth
car which has taken a loop over
the edge at this particular spot
In the past several years, aad on
one occasion - a trailer detached
itself particularly for the excur
sion,
Perhaps if the county would
busUe about a bit aad fill ia
the chuckhole people wouldn't
hare to whistle "Santa Dlavolo!"
to maintain nonchalance.
At least, that Is the consensus
pearance.
Mrs.' Hal, Ladd was hostess to
the members . of the Mill City;
Women's club last week with a
majority . of the members pres- :
ent During the social hour,fol-
lowing the business - session the
hostess - served a luncheon. One
of the features of the evening-was '
round table talk led by Mrs.
Frank Taylor on the bills which
will come up for consideration at
the coming election. Mrs. A. D.
1 I Scott pleased with a reading.
Te 'Condoct Services
Thm third niAtlnr of th re-'
Elect Robert Putmanl "J mied w. c: t..u. was
seta at we anBiia cuurca nou
Wilt&esistant
Clover Produces
Successful Crop
! .
JUNCTION CITY, Oct. 24 r
Seven acres of wilt resistant sweet
clover oa- the Glen strome farm
here has lust yielded 4200 pounds
of seed, the crop being so heavy
1 that harvesting was difficult A
-neirhbor. C. A. Schooling, har-
-re-ated ' 12S0 pounds from ltt
acres. This strain of sweet clover
la' the increase from a single stalk
developed at 'the experiment sta
tion, and is the only strain yet
found that can be grown success
fully in western Oregon." It pro
vides green pasture tnrougn me
dry late summer period. ; .
Potato Crop Said
Only 25 Per Cent
Of Nbrmal Yields
PRATUM, Oct. 24 Most Of
the farmers harvested their po
tatoes during the few dry days of
last week. The crop is only about
25 per cent of a normal crop.
Very little fall grain has ; been
sown, but the rain of the last
few - days . has soaked in - deep
enough to make the ground in
good shape for plowing and if
the farmers of this community
will be permitted to be plow
ing and sowing for the next two
weeks under favorable - weather
conditions, thousands ; of ;: acres
will be on the way for another
harvest. ; ,:;- . '- --. :
Day. Nieht Shift
V v v Knv-uaA mam v v ua sa
.Drier Near Amity
j . pe
AMITY, Oct 24. The Amity
walnut dryer has started and a
day and a night shift of women
are working on the belt. More
than CS women are sorting nuts
and also a large crew of men is
employed. - -
There will be work at the plant
until around Thanksgiving. Nut
picking Is also In full sway at the
Cola walnut orchard, east of
Chemawa Girls Will
Give Program at P-T
. . 1, ... 1
MOUNTAIN VIEW, Oct. 24. ;
Those attending the opening meet
fng of the Mountain View-P. T. A.
Friday, October 22, are promised
an snnanllly Interestlis program
fav the entertainment committee.
firs. R. W.' Clarke, Mrs. Robert
Adams and Miss Eleanor Brlgga.
A group of girls from the Chem
awa Indian school will - furnlaa
m half- hour's musical program,
and other numbers will bo giv
en by pupils of the Mountain View
school. The program will be foi
PORTLAND. . Or-" . Oct. 84. -(AP)
Cattle Receipts 1000, alres 20; teers
t8e to 59c and she staff 25c higher; ball
and venters steady. -
Steers. SOO to vo poaaas. meaiai
S4.1 5-5.18. coasnse. 83-4.75: 900 to 1100
pounds, asediua 84.T5-5.75, common $8
.7: llOtt to tsuv ponnoe, -uoinm
84.T 5-5.50. -Heifers. 650 to 858 penada,
saediom $30-4(0, common 82.SO-8.
Cows, CltJ25-8.25; low eatter and
cattor, 812-2. Ball, yearlinra exelod
ed. rd and eheice (beef) 82-2.78; cut
ter, common aaa Mdiin, sivu-s. vosh
era, milk fed, food aad choice, 85-8; mo
liram. B 3.15-5: call end common. 82-8.15.
Oatres, 230 to oa pounas, too a ids
hoiee. $3.18-5.50; common and medium, j
fZ-B.7. -. .
Hen Keeainie azau: zuur aiaaar.
Uaht Uchts. 140 te 180 ponsd. g-ood
and ohotc, 8S.l5-a.is. iiisntweifnu, 10 1
t ISO. -eandn. S4-4.U: ISO to am 1
onnda, 4-4.15. Medium weifht, zoo to
28 Bwand. 88.85-4.18: 220 to I
powada, 83.I.U. UMrrwaMais, sav 1 I
888 pea-da, $8.85-8.75; 280 to 85$
pwands, $2.18-240. Packias sows, 37
to BBS poa-de. medium and coed. 82.80-8
reoaora-etoeaer, in te eo pounas, gm
ead ekeiee. S3-S.7.
S-vug-ter s-oop aa umos ueeeipte
llOCi tm4v.
Laaha, 80 -pound down, food ant
choice, 84-25-4.50: all weiffeta, cenunen,
i2.-Q-2.-0. TearUu wethor. 80 to lis
pound (. medium to eholca, $1.25-2.88.
Ewe. X2S peonae. saediom to ehoi, $1
.5: 12 to 150 Booada. medium to
ebnie-. 7te-21.25: all waixhta. call to I
iimmin. 50-75.
MICKEY MOUSE
r
eeedinc Edna Echwelainger who
has .moved from the community.
Those present were Opal and Mil
ton Scheuerman, Earl Malm, Car
yl ColwelL Leonard Bhak, Jacob
ruber. George Bartruff. Russell
Watts, Bobert Putman, Harry
Scharf, Glenn Aehlson, Harry
TftnM TTatTi-Mn Onhmrt Un W.
ir in rcjrnon-1 , - -
to avoid the! H. Scharf and Mrs. Jones.
Amanda Mitzner is
Leaving For Burma
PRATUM, Oct, 24. Mrs. Lor-
ena Thompson is planning' to kill
two birds with one stone. At the
end of this week she will go to
Seattle- te see her daughter, Helen
Mae, who Is attending Northwest
training school : for girls at that
place, and oa Saturday she ex
pects to see Miss Amanda Mltsner
who will sail from Seattle oa that
day as a missionary for Burma.
Miss Mltsner was pastor of the
M. E. church here.
day evening. It Is anticipated that"
a number of new members will
be 'added to the union at that
time. The present' membership is
IB. Mrs. R. C. Rundi Is president-
and Mrs. Arthur Bates secretary
Sunday, October 20 a program ,
will be presented by the Union .
and plans tor this are to be made;
Monday evening. 1
Mrs. Mrs. Mary Swan, better
known as Grandma Swan, is re
ported to be able to sit up for a
short time each day. Mrs. Swan
was quite ill for several days and
due to her advanced age is not
yet out of danger. She has been a .
resident of Mill City for many
years and has beea very active la '
the work of the Presbyterian
church and her absenee - from
among her fellow workers is felt
by all, and a speedy recovery is
hoped for.
8TAYTON, Oct. 24. About
100 attended the grange Hallow,
e'en party Saturday night Mao)
played cards la the upper hall,
while , the yoanger folks enjoyed
games downstairs. The games
created much merriment and each
one were awarded prises for their
efforts. '
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SOW Portland 820 X.
T;4i Morain Buuaklne.
8:45 CroMcnta from th Log of the!
Day. KEC
8:80 Coekinf achooL
18:00 Martha lleade soeielr.
10:15 Throofh th Lookiaf Ola as, with
franc Inrram.
10:80 Wooti'i htafssin of th Air,
NBC
12: IS Westers Farm aad Horn hour.
KBO.
l:80Kella salon orcoertra.
8:00 The Man from th South.
2:45 NBOyrofTMn.
8:00 Tea Tim Basaar,
4-18 Terrec Gardens. NBC.
- 4 :80 Gordon On tad. ...
8:08 BaUadettes, NBC
8:88 Everett foster, NBC.
0:18 Piano duo.
8:00 Arnoa V Andy, NBC.
8:15 hUmory Lane, NBC r
8:45 Caraon for mSTer.
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8:45 Golden Melodies.
8 :80 Columbia re-no, CBS.
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