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 Front Cover
 Front Matter
 Foreword
 Table of Contents
 Introduction
 Production
 Citrus fruit outlook 1933-34
 Carlot shipments by weeks - oranges...
 Carlot shipments by weeks...
 Carlot shipments by weeks - mixed...
 Truck shipments & boat destinations...
 Mixed citrus manifest analysis
 Distribution of Florida citrus
 Unloads in 66 cities - 1932-33...
 Unloads in 66 cities - 1932-33...
 Unloads in 66 cities - 1933-34...
 Weighted average auction prices...
 Weighted average auction prices...
 Weighted average auction prices...
 United States exports - July 1932...
 Florida F.O.B. analysis














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Title: Marketing Florida citrus
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Place of Publication: Washington D.C
Publication Date: 1933-1934
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Table of Contents
    Front Cover
        Page i
    Front Matter
        Page ii
    Foreword
        Page iii
    Table of Contents
        Page iv
    Introduction
        Page 1
        Page 2
    Production
        Page 3
    Citrus fruit outlook 1933-34
        Page 4
    Carlot shipments by weeks - oranges & tangerines
        Page 5
    Carlot shipments by weeks - grapefruit
        Page 6
    Carlot shipments by weeks - mixed citrus
        Page 7
    Truck shipments & boat destinations by weeks
        Page 8
    Mixed citrus manifest analysis
        Page 9
    Distribution of Florida citrus
        Page 10
        Page 11
        Page 12
        Page 13
        Page 14
        Page 15
        Page 16
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        Page 23
        Page 24
        Page 25
        Page 26
        Page 27
        Page 28
        Page 29
    Unloads in 66 cities - 1932-33 season - oranges, grapefruit & tangerines
        Page 30
        Page 31
        Page 32
        Page 33
        Page 34
        Page 35
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    Unloads in 66 cities - 1932-33 season - mixed citrus
        Page 47
        Page 48
        Page 49
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    Unloads in 66 cities - 1933-34 season - oranges, grapefruit, tangerines & mixed
        Page 51
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        Page 56
        Page 57
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    Weighted average auction prices - 1933-34 - Florida and California oranges
        Page 62
        Page 63
        Page 64
        Page 65
        Page 66
    Weighted average auction prices - 1933-34 - Florida and Texas grapefruit
        Page 67
        Page 68
        Page 69
        Page 70
        Page 71
    Weighted average auction prices - 1933-34 - Florida tangerines
        Page 72
        Page 73
    United States exports - July 1932 through June 1934 oranges and grapefruit
        Page 74
        Page 75
        Page 76
        Page 77
        Page 78
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        Page 80
        Page 81
    Florida F.O.B. analysis
        Page 82
        Page 83
        Page 84
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UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
Bureau of Agricultural Economics
and
FLORIDA STATE MARKETING BUREAU & FLORIDA CONTROL COMMITTEE
Cooperating







MARKET NEWS SERVICE ON FRUITS AND VEGETABLES












MARKETING FLORIDA CITRUS


SUMMARY OF 1933-34- SEASON


By. Willson.
H. F. Willson.


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Orlando, Florida


June 18, 1954


















































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FOREWORD



No Florida Citrus Summary was released
for the 1932-33 season. This summary includes
shipments, distribution, unloads, and exports
for both the.1933-34 and 1932-33 seasons.


The information contained herewith has
been compiled mainly from the daily citrus bul-
letins issued by the Federal-State Market News
office at Orlando, Florida and from various re-
ports released by the Bureau of Agricultural
Economics; Foreign Agricultural Service; Florida
Control Committee; and Florida Citrus Growers'
Clearing House Association.


.Due tp the early release of this summary,
shipments, unloads and other similar data for
the 1933-34 season are subject to revision on ac-
count of late and corrected reports which are not
yet available.


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TABLE OF CONTENTS



Pages
Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 2
Production .. . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Citrus Fruit Outlook 1933-34 . . . . . . . . . 4
Citrus Fruit Crop Report for May 1934 . . .. .. ... 4
Carlot Shipments by Weeks Oranges & Tangerines ........ 5
Carlot Shipments 'byrWeeks -.Grapefruit . .. . . . . 6
Carlot Shipments by Weeks Mixed Citrus . . . . .... 7.
Truck Shipments & Boat Destinations by Weeks . . . .. 8
Mixed Citrus Manifest Analysis .. ... ........... . 9
Distribution of Florida Citrus . . . . . . . . 10-29
Unloads in 66 Cities 1932-33 Season -
Oranges, Grapefruit & Tangerines . . 30-46
Unloads in 29 Cities 1932-33 Season Mixed Citrus . . .. .47-50
Unloads in 28 Cities 1933-34 Season -
Oranges, Grapefruit, Tangerines & Mixed. 51-61
Weighted Avorage Auction Prices 1933-34 -
Florida and California Oranges . . .62-66
Florida and Texas Grapefruit . . .. 67-71
Florida Tangerines . . . . . . 72-73
United States Exports July 1932 through June 1934
Oranges and Grapefruit .. ........ 74-81
Florida F. 0. B. Analysis ....:.. .... . . . ... 82-83





UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
Bureau of Agricultural Economics
and
FLORIDA STATE MARKETING BUREAU & FLORIDA CONTROL COMMITTEE
Cooperating


MARKET NEWS SERVICE ON FRUITS AND VEGETABLES



MARKETING FLORIDA CITRUS
SUMMARY OF 1933-34 SEASON
By
H. F. Willson

Daily market reports on citrus were issued at Winter Haven, Florida
from Oct. 16 to Dec. 22, 1933 inclusive. Beginning Dec. 26 to the end of the
season, June 2, 1934, they were issued from Orlando, Florida. The Market News
office was moved to Orlando so that it would be located at the Control Committee
headquarters.


In reviewing the current season only brief comments will be made con-
cerning the major trend of shipments, prices and other important factors. To
those wishing to make a thorough study of the various phases of the marketing
of Florida's citrus crop, detailed statistics suitable for this purpose, are
contained in the various tables of this summary.

The 1933-34 season's production of Florida citrus, based on the ship-
ments up to June 10th, shows a decrease of approximately 2,500 cars as compared
to the total movement of a year ago. Boat and rail shipments of Florida
oranges will amount to more than last year's total of 26,987 cars; while grape-
fruit, on the other hand, will be around 2,400 cars less. Tangerines totaled
2,890 compared to 3,030 for 1932-33 and mixed citrus will be about 400 cars
short of a year ago. To June 10th, Florida boat and rail shipments were as
follows: oranges 27,288; grapefruit 14,884; tangerines 2,890 and mixed 7,944
or a total of 53,006 cars. The truck movement to the same date totaled 9,045
cars or oranges 6,465, grapefruit 1,905 and tangerines 675, which added to the
rail and boat movement makes a grand total of 62,051 cars. There is no accurate
comparison for the entire season of truck shipments on account of the 1933-34
season being the first one this information was available until the close of
the season. Heretofore, truck shipments were available until January 1st at
the latest.

Both Florida and Texas citrus were damaged by storms the first part of
September and Texas shipments of grapefruit were only 1,606 compared to 2,679
cars a year ago. The heaviest movement from Texas occurred immediately follow-
ing the storm and then for the period beginning around the middle of December
and extending through January. During the remainder of the season the com-
petition from Texas was negligible. California's citrus crop for 1933-34 was
nearly as large as in 1932-33. Florida's shipments began much earlier than in
1932-33 and the season was practically over by the first of June, making it one
of the earliest seasons in a number of years.







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In comparing price trends in general with those of last
season, the weekly auction average of oranges up to January 6th on
the nine leading auction markets were consistently lower this year.
For the period, January 6th to March 10th, they were about on a par
with those of a year ago in some instances slightly more while in
others the reverse was true. From March 10th to June 2nd, prices
were consistently higher than in 1933. The same trends apply to
grapefruit with slight variations in dates.

Although Marketing Agreements or Codes are in effect on
other fruits and vegetables, the Citrus Code is by far the largest
and most comprehensive in the fruit and vegetable industry, par-
ticularly when the tentative National set-up is considered. The
'Marketing Agreement for Citrus Fruits Grown in the State of Florida'
was signed by the Secretary of Agriculture, December 18th, 1933.
An Injunction was granted January 17th, 1934 but was stayed February
10th and the amended license became effective February 24th. Pro-
ration to the auction markets was effective March 1st to May 30th.

On June 18th, prospects of Florida citrus are considerably
better than a year ago. As reported by the Bureau of Crop and
Livestock Estimates, the prospects for Florida citrus on June 1st
declined somewhat from that of May 1st but there is still a large
crop in view for 1934-35. In Texas, prospects are for a much
heavier crop of grapefruit and the condition of California navels
May 1st is reported slightly above the same date a year ago. Unless
conditions change very materially between now and the first of next
season, there will be an abundance of citrus not only in Florida
but in competing states as well. A meeting is in session at
Washington, D. C. (June 18th) attended by delegates from the citrus
producing states and one of the major considerations is a National
Stabilization Plan for the Marketing of the 1934-35 Citrus Crop
of the United States.





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PRODUCTION
CITRUS REPORT DatedMarch 15th, 1934, Washington, D. C.
(As released by the Division of Crop and Livestock Estimates, Bureau of
Agricultural Economics, U. S. Department of Agriculture.)

C__ _ITRUS FRUITS
CROP PR 0 D U C TI 0 N I/
and Average Forecast
STATE 1928-'32 1930 1931 1932 1933
1O 0 0 0 b o x e a
ORANGES:
California, all.. 32,935 35,470 34,900 33,827 32,358
Navel .... 12,265
Valencia ..- 20,093
FLORIDA,
Total ..... 15,010 19,211 14,220 16,200 16,500
Commercial. 13,480 17,600 12,500 15,000 15,300
Texas ........... 292 250 520 315 385
Arizona ......... 133 139 145 147 143
Louisiana ....... 218 195 245 241 212
Alabama ......... 100 3 80 120 3
Mississippi ..... 41 2 54 80 2
7 States ..... 48,729 55,270 50,164 50,930 49,603
GRAPEFRUIT:
Florida,
Total ..... 11,657 16,109 10,786 11,800 9,800
Commercial. 8,960 12,200 8,600 8,400 7,000
Texas ........... 1,457 1,135 2,480 1,385 1,035
California ...... 1,317 1,290 1,655 1,670 1,563
Arizona ......... 379 400 450 614 700
4 States ...... 14,810 18,934 .15,371 .15,469 13,098
LEMONS:
Califfornia ...... 7,253 7,950 7,s0oo 6,715 6,800
LIMES: .........
Florida ..........8 82 9 10 8


1/ Relates to bloom of year shown,
September 1 in other states.


picking beginning November 1 in California and


The March 1 forecast of orange and grapefruit production for the 1933 crop
is placed at 62,701,000 boxes, consisting of 49,603,000 boxes of oranges and
13,098,000 boxes of grapefruit. As now forecast, the 1933 crop of oranges and
grapefruitt combined would be about 6 per cent less than the crop of 1932 and about
1 per cent below the average for the five years 1928-'32. The orange crop would be
about 3 per cent less than last year but about 2 per cent above average The grape-
fruit crop as now forecast would be about 15 percent under the 1932 crop and
about 12 per cent less than the average for the five years 1928-32.

It will be noted that in the above table, production estimates for the-1933
crop vary somewhat from the estimates based on prospects December 1. The estimated
production of Florida oranges was increased 1,400,000 boxes and Texas production
of grapefruit was estimated to be 295,000 boxes greater. Weather conditions over
most of the citrus sections of the country were favorable during the winter.








THE CITRUS FRUIT OUTLOOK FOR 1933-34
Prepared by the Staff of the Bureau of Agricultural Economics assisted
by Representativesof the State Agricultural Colleges, Extension Service and
Agricultural Adjustment Administration at Washington, D. C. Oct. 30 Nov. 4, 1933.
Released for Publication Nov. 6th.

Producers of oranges and grapefruit are confronted with a continuing upward
trend in production in the United States. Since approximately half the 611,000
acres of bearing orange and grapefruit trees are less than 15 years old and nearly
a fifth of the total acreage of 747,000 is not yet of bearing age, it seems evident
that, barring severe damage to trees from freezes or storms, further increases in
production may be expected. But planting in recent years, particularly in 1932-33,
has slowed down somewhat.
The relationship of the price and the supply of oranges and grapefruit dur-
Sing the last 20 years indicates a pronounced increase in demand up to 1930. During
the last 3 years, because of economic conditions, the upward trend in demand has
been checked and in the last season, with about the same supply as in the previous
season, prices were much lower.
Production has now reached the point at which there are burdensome sur-
pluses in years of average or better-than-average growing conditions. During the
4 years ended in 1931 orange and grapefruit production averaged about 62,845,000
boxes which is 42 per cent above the average for the previous 4 years and60 per
cent above the average for 1920-23. In 1930 the combined production of oranges
and grapefruit amounted to 74,204,000 boxes. With the increase in number of
bearing trees and the natural increase in bearing capacity of the younger trees,
growing conditions similar to those prevailing in 1930 would now result in a crop
of nearly 86,000,000 boxes. If there is no more than the usual loss of trees,
it would be possible, under favorable conditions, for the production of oranges
and grapefruit combined to exceed 95,000,000 boxes by 1935.
------000oooo------

CITRUS CROP REPORT FOR MAY
(As released by the Bureau of Agricultural Economics, Division of Crop and
Livestock Estimates, 37 East Pine Street, Orlando, Florida, May 14th, 1934.)
Florida prospects for citrus are better than'a year ago. The condition of
oranges on May 1 was reported at 88 per cent of normal compared with 83 per cent
in 1933 and 73 per cent in 1932. Grapefruit was reported at 85 per cent of
normal compared with 77 per cent in 1933 and 62 per cent in 1932. Tangerines
were reported at 84 per cent compared with 77 per cent a year ago and 68 per cent
in 1932. Following the heavy bloom, there has been a good setting of fruit.
Rather more than the usual drop is reported from some localities but fruit in most
sections is holding on well considering the size of the potential crop. Satsumas
have come through the winter in good condition and should produce a crop consider-
ably in excess of that of last season.
The condition of citrus fruits is in general slightly lower in California
and Texas than was reported on My 1, 1933 and higher in Florida. Florida reports
a very heavy bloom followed by a good setting of fruit that is holding well. In
Texas the condition reflects the hurricane of September. Apparently many trees
are using their vitality to overcome the storm damage and are not retaining a
full set of fruit. For California, the May 1 condition of navel oranges is
reported slightly above the same date last year. The condition of valencias is
slightly lower, however, and the resulting May 1 condition for all oranges is the
same for 1933 and 1934.


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ORANGES AND TANGERINES CARLOT SHIPMENTS BY WEEKS


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Oran- Tanger-I Oran- Thner-
g.a ina ines


1933
Sept. 2
9
16
23
30
Oct. 7
14
21
28
Nov. 4
11
18
25
Dec. 2
9
16
23
30


13
20
27
Feb. 3
10
17
24
Mar. 3
10
17
24
31
Apr. 7
14
21
28
May 5
12
19
26
June 2


2-
21
23
4o
55
252
450
605
702
670
1090
1374
762
544

919
1237
1132
1067
962
1091
1159
988
722
1257
1347
1193
1120
963
S850
S822
1051
865.
644
552,
294
.272


11
59
142
145
21





304
273
177
171

269
184
153
202
216
139
73
62
23
30
11
6
3


1
.-
6
29
55
93
639
492
391
1444
1288
574
667

625
898
978
1010
838
682
1047
1090
725
627
880
1203
1056
742
757
788
883
901
979
837
611
709


I CALIFORNIA


33-34 32-3)


-







9
33
108
197
173
251
174
193

235
174
166
187
200
183
158
143
lo09
99
110
61
39
20
19,


ALL OTHERS I TOTALS
.3-332-32-33 33-34 I 32-33


897 1064
1047 1062
1251 1175
1200 1065
1114 1145
1110 1053
1019 1018
1056 1073
1153 1103
593 820
1032 753
849 1408
789 1513
911 974
1116 1242
668 584
581 439
483 350

541 595
654 1202
626 892
788 454
861 974
628 1006
634 893
677 907
810 1003
979 712
1036 1025
1118 1161
1164 1215
1046 1365
1160 1359
1205 941
1135 1039
1355 982
1393 1170
1286 1444
1167 1351
1165 1203


3
14
39
20
102
148
184
151
113
11
9

11
14
11
6

4
22
14
6


3


897 1064
1047 1062
1251 1175
1200 1065
1116 1145
1131 1054
1042 1018
1096 1082
1210 1146
860 914
1547 875
1601 2182
1640 2261
1804 1746
2525 3010
2339 2236
154o 1198
1215 1219

1743 1466
2097 2288
1917 2047
2057 1657
2039 2015
1859 1875
1872 2120
1735 2154
1556 1843
2274 1438
2410 2015
2328 2428
2293 .2310
2018 2127
2014: 2116
2028 1729
2186 1922
2220 1883
2037 2149
1838 2281
1461 1962
1437 1912


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.PERUI T CA 6T SHIP S BY W
GRAPEMRUIT CALO.T, SHIPMENTS BY WEEKS


FLORIDAP TELS' ALL OTHERS TOTALS Imorts 33-
33-34 I 32-33 334 3 2-33 33-341 32-33 .33-341 32-33 CubalI RtoBico


Week
Ending


Sept. 2
9
16
23
30
Oct. 7
14
21
28
Nov. 4
11
18
25
Dec. 2
9
16
23
30
1934
Jan. 6
13
20
27
Feb. 3
10
17
24
Mar. 3
10
17
24
31
Apr. 7
14
21
28
May 5
12
19
S26
June 2


33 T r . 3 I.


23
69
79
164
341
280
225
379
541
6oo
377
508
449
286
485
513
284
231


424:
565
498
457
455
466
621
450
509
455
469
491
462
415
473
383
217
199
116
o106


1
3
31
48
53
151
232
345
317
233
393
370
3N1
354
370
382
346

316
453
576
555
461
315
488
662
574
524
643
78M
616
499
649
608
515
471
471
550
528
311


37
80
15
19
23
5
1
2
20
13
14
56
52
88
122
58
68

176
194
129
92
41
62
58
48
21
31
29
32
19
4


-


17
24
76
121
182
145
126'
205
188
142
134
90
50
74

173
215
156
133
101
112
84
87
42
-
***


8
13
32
2

2-
2
13
13
14
17
23
16
17
21
20
11

28
36.
51
43
51
54
40
54
58
78
73
87
67
85
101
127
87
124
116
90
71
83


20
15
22
23
15
6

18
49
45
32
34
31
17
25
16
16
13

17
33
25
25
25
31
46
28
34
25
20
31
32
74
25
25
67
39
44
82
19
26


23
114
172-
182
362
303
232
382'
556
633
404
539
528
354
590
656
362
310

549
644
604
700
590
573
553
568
700
559
611
574
555
580
563
542
560
507
333
289
187
189


20
16
25
55
80
83
227
371
576
507
391
632
589
54o
513
476
448
433

506
701
757
713
587
458
618
777
650
549
664
813
648
573
674
633
582
510
515
632
547
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MIXED CITRUS CARLOT SHIPMENTS BY WEEKS


Week FLORIDA CALIFORiIA ALL OTHERS -TOTALS
Ending 1 933-34 132-33 1933-3 1- 932-33 1933-341932-33 1933-341 1932-35


1933
Sept. 2
9
16
23
30
Oct. 7
14
21
28
Nov. 4
11
18
25
Dec. 2
9
16
23
30
1934
Jan. 6
13
20
27
Feb. 3
10
17
24
Mar. 3
10
17
24
31
Apr. 7
14
21
28
May 5
12
19
26
June 2


1
3
11
25
37
39
82
180
274
32
291
440
668
500
217

341
360
372
396
291
391
322
289
254
311
262
254
205
166
121
138
126
101
57
34
20
8


5
11
38
-66
96
303
296
301
456
716
338
289

288
347
367
370
301
247
350
321
250
196
257
284
241
168
176
202
134
147
.143
169
134
89


36
18
40
27
33
15
17
22
19
12
14
10
14
12
10
7
5
11

4
24
24
21
26
28
33.
32
33
30
49
36
29
32
43
41
43
18
17
39
36
29


36
18
40
29
36
26
42
59
58
97
199
289
344
312
459
691
516
229

353
398
405
424
329
432
365
331
290
349
318
296
240
198
166
179
169
119
74
73
56
37


36
37
35
19
23
19
32
36
64
89
114
328
324
351
503
769
363
323

355
422
421
415
343
289
412
373
298
232
293
342
288
204
219
241
172
185
191
207
180
118


a i







FLORIDA TRUCK SHIPMENTS & BOAT DESTINATIONS BY CLASSES BY WEEKS


1933-34 SEASON (Carlot Equivalents, Basis 360 boxes per car)


Note Truck shipments not


included in U. S.


Shipments Boat included..


TRU CK BOAT
Week ORAN- GRAPE- TANG- i Week ORAN- GRAPE- TANG-
Ending GES FRUIT ERINES Ending GES FRUIT ERINES


Sept.
to 16
Inc.
23
30
Oct. 7
l4
21
28
Nov. 4
11
18
25
Dec. 2
9
16
23
30
1934
Jan. 6
13
20
27
Feb. 3
10
17
24
Mar. 3
10
17
24
31
Apr. 7
14
21
28
May 5
12
19
26
June 2


6
2
11
12
21
55
72
101
134
176
216
200
S263
390
649
250

140
191
227
249
179
255
239
231
200
241
236
215
189
166
180
159
155
139
110
86
65
35


.43
35
72
45
'42
44
63
58
66
66
63
101
81
60
28

35
52
54
57
41
54
42
48
47
50
59
58
51
. 51
50

43
35
. 30
24
24
.15


-



1
1
16
7
7
65
89
119
48

36
41
43
52
33
37
29
20
9
7
5
5
2
1
1
1


Sept.
to 16
Inc.
23
30
Oct. 7
14
21
28
Nov. 4
11
18
25
Dec. 2
9
16
23
30
1934
Jan. 6
, 13
20
27
Feb. 3
10
17
24
Mar. 3
10
17
24
31
Apr. 7
14
21
28
May 5
12
19
26
June 2


4
6
8
79
156
213
270
381
640
489
386
324

521
708
606
760
610
627
736
651
468
651
754
723
758.
621
561
539
646
603
530
438
218
234


17
7
12
36
51
70
89
1 3
146
207
246
144
272
313
159
135
221
219
201
369,
309
227
192
249
309
232
239
254
260
278
241
189
252
214,
136
123
86
79


TOTAL 6,445 1,895 675 __ 15,919 6,976 1,752


r


4
20
53
55
110
181
l4o
112
102

156
145
98
176
141
74
51
56
25
30
10
7
4
2





- 9-


ANALYSIS OF THE MANIFESTS OF FLORIDA MIXED CITRUS SHIPMENTS
SHOWING AVERAGE PERCENTAGES OF ORANGES GRAPEFRUIT & TANGERINES
PAST 5 SEASON BY MONTHS

Made available through the courtesy of the Florida
Control Committee, Orlando, Florida.
Oct. Nov. Dec. Jan. Feb. Mar. Ar.. Max J. Sea

(Org. 51 55 58 59 62 61 58 59
1929-30 (Gft. 39 29 24 26 33 36 41 29
(Tang. 10 16 18 15 5 3 1 12

(Org. 61 53 54 53 58 55 53 54 62 55
1930-31 (Gft. 39 29 24 27 24 39 47 46 38 33
(Tang. 18 22 20 18 6 12

(Org. 53 55 56 51 55 56 55 50 53 54
1931-32 (Gft. 47 29 22 23 21 33 45 50 4y 29
(Tang. 16 22 26 24 11 17

(Org. 34 53 58 58 55 57 58 59 61 57
1932-33 (Gft. 66 33 20 20 22 29 40 41 39 28
(Tang. 14 22 22 23 14 2 15

(Org. 49 49 52 55 56 60 61 60 55
1933-34 (Gft. 43 28 24 30 32 37 .39 40 31
(Tang. 8 23 24 15 12 3 14

NOTE: Percentages on the first four seasons were compiled by the Florida
Citrus Growers' Clearing House Association. Percentages for October,
November and December, 1933-34 season were arrived at by averaging
the Clearing House and Florida Citrus Exchange mixed car analysis
records. Figures for the balance of 1933-34 are Florida Control
Committee figures taken from manifest records.
-----oooo-----

CALIFORNIA: Entire season- Oranges 75% GRAPEFRUIT 5% Lemons 20%. Based
on opinion from reliable source, as follows:
"Mixed cars of citrus fruit loaded in Southern California contain
oranges, lemons & grapefruit, with oranges predominating. From
October to May they consist of oranges & lemons with very little
grapefruit while from June to September some grapefruit is included.
Taking the year as a whole, an average car of mixed citrus might
contain somewhere around 75% oranges, 20% lemons & 5% grapefruit."
TEXAS: Entire season- Oranges 35% Grapefruit 65%. Based on opinion from
reliable source, as follows: "Shippers report some cars with
only 8 or 10 boxes of oranges, while others report cars with only a
few boxes of grapefruit. However, I believe the average would run
about 35 per cent oranges."

NOTE: There were very few carloads of mixed citrus, from California and
Texas, reported unloaded in the ten auction markets during the five
year period under review.
-----0000-----





10-
DISTRIBUTION OF FLORIDA CITRUS 1933-34 & 1932-33 SEASONS

The following tabulations show rail and boat destinations on
over 51,000 cars of Florida citrus for the 1933-34 season as compared with
that of 1932-33. The percentage of the citrus crop on which distribution
was obtained is greater this season than for any previous one in the history
of the Federal-State Market News office, largely on account of the office
remaining open until practically the entire crop was shipped. Destinations
of rail and boat shipments are available only during the period the Market
News office is open and 1,296 cars were shipped before the opening date,
October 16, 1933. A year ago, or in 1932-33 when the combined shipments of
all classes of Florida citrus exceeded this season's movement by approx-
imately 2,500 cars, destinations were secured on only approximately 45,000
cars. No destinations are available on the truck movement.

The distribution, generally, was wide spread. One or more cars
of Florida oranges were destined to 39 states, District of Columbia and
Canada. The number of cities represented in the orange distribution
totaled 488. Grapefruit showed an even wider state distribution, being
shipped to 43 states. Although a considerable portion of the mixed citrus
cars wore destined to the southeastern states, 42 states -received mixed
cars. As usual a large percentage of the tangerines were shipped to the
larger markets. It will be noted that the proportion of mixed cars on
which distribution was obtained is relatively light and the others, namely,
oranges, grapefruit, and tangerines, is correspondingly high. But, taken
as a whole, the data is representative for the designated period, October
16, 1933 to June 2, 1934.

The most outstanding feature of the 1933-34 distribution is the
continued increase in the boat shipments to the eastern seaboard markets,
principally New York, Philadelphia, Boston and Baltimore. New York and
Philadelphia receive practically all of their supplies by boat now. At
the close of the season, Boston receipts, either part or all boat haul,
comprised nearly all of their citrus unloads, while Baltimore had increas-
ing supplies of boat receipts. All of these markets showed a sharp de-
crease in mixed cars of citrus because boat arrivals and unloads are classed
either as oranges, grapefruit or tangerines. There are numerous New England
cities, such as Hartford, Connecticut for example, which show a marked de-
crease in destinations but, in most instances, those may be accounted for by
shipments to New York City and a rail or truck haul on to these points. For
this reason, destinations to cities like New York exceed the actual unloads.

Distribution to the middle west, particularly on grapefruit, shows
up very favorably as compared with a year ago. This is due to some extent
to the light Texas crop and correspondingly lighter receipts of Texas grape-
fruit on these mic..'.Iewestern markets.

The passing through the Florida gateways, Potomac Yard, and
Cincinnati, corrected by diversions at Savannah, Atlanta and Cincinnati,
together with boat distribution, form the basis of the destination figures.
It should be kept in mind that diversions accomplished beyond Potomac Yard
and Cincinnati and those beyond the Florida gateways and unloaded this side
of Potomac Yard and Cincinnati are not shown.




- 11 -


DISTRIBUTION OF FLORIDA CITRUS 1933-34 & 1932-33 SEASONS
ORANGES


ALABAMA. .
Anniston
Atmore
#Birmingham
Cullman
Decatur
Demopolis
Dothan
Ensley
Eufaula
Gadsden
Huntsville
Jasper
Mobile
#Montgomery
Ozark
Selma
Sulligent
Sylacauga
Talladega
Troy
Tuscaloosa
Tuskegee
Total

ARKANSAS
Blytheville
Berryville
El Dorado
Ft. Smith
Hampton
Helena
Jonesboro
Lewisville
Little Rock
Newport
Monticello
Pine Bluff
Searcy
Yellville
Total

CANADA
Burlington
Hamilton
Montreal
Ottawa
Quebec
Simcoe
Toronto
Winnipeg
Tbtal


&4- 1932-



7 5
1
154 174
1
7 1
2
1
3 -
1
15 7
5 3
1
71 62
38 67
2
15 6
1
1
1
1
1 3

327 331


1
1
1 -
2 1
1
1
3 1
1
25 24
1
1
1
1
1


1 -
2 -
12 5
2 -
1 -
3 -
13 12
37 2
37 20


1 l3


COLORADO
Denver
Total


5 7
5 7


CONNECTICUT
*Bridgeport 30 61
Greenwich 3 6
Hartford 49 179
Manchester 1
Meriden 2
New Haven 39 98
New London 13
Norwalk 1
Norwich 1 4
South Norwalk 3 9
Stamford 1 6
Waterbury 3 25
Williamantic 1
Total 133

DELAWARE
Wilmington 19 3
Total 19 .3

DIST.OF COLUMBIA
Washington 291 394


FLORIDA
#Jacksonville
Pensacola
Total

GEORGIA
Athens
Atlanta
Augusta
'Cartersville
Columbus
Cuthbert
Dalton
East Point
-#Everett
Jesup
La Grange
Macon
Newnan
Ormewood Sta.
Rome
Thalmann
Vidalia
West Point
Total


-~ -i
2 1


2
133 285
1 9
2 2
32 1
2
1 1
1
8 34
4
2 1
5 8
1
1 -
5 9
2 1
1
1 1
199 357


ILLINOIS
Aurora 2
Beardstown 1 -
Bloomington 2 2
Carbondale 8 6
Cairo 1 -
Canton 1 -
Centralia 1
Champaign 3 4
Chicago 1258 931
Clinton 1 -
Danville '6
Decatur 16 4
De Kalb 1 -
Dixon 1 -
East St. Louis 5 2
Eldorado 1
Evanston 1 -
Glen Ellyn 1 -
Jacksonville 5 -
Kankakee 2 -
Mattoon 5 -
Moline 2 -
Oquawka 1 -
Ottawa 1 -
Pekin 1 -
Peters 1 -
Pina~ eyville 1 -
Peoria 26 17
Quincy 1 1
Robinson 1 1
Rockford 8 7
Springfield 3 -
Sterling 1 -
Wilmette i
Total 1369 99

INDIANA
Bedford 1
Evansville 58 62
Ft. Wayne 58 42
Gary 1 -
Indianapolis 232 243
Jasper 1 1
La Fayette 3 1
Logansport 3
Marion 1
Mitchell 1
Muncie 4 2
Richmond 12 -
South Bend 8 3







N OITUBIRTSID


12 -

OF FLORIDA. CITRUS 1933-34 & 1932-33 SEASONS


1932-
1955


INDIANA(Cont' d)
Tell City
Terre Haute
Total

IOWA
Burlington
Cedar Rapids
Clinton
Council Bluffs
Danveport
Des Moines
Dubuque
Eagle Grove
Estherville
Ft. Dodge
Iowa City
Mason City
Ottumwa
Shenandoah
Sioux City
Waterloo
Total

KANSAS
Beloit
Hutchinson
Junction City
Pittsburg
Topeka
Wichita
Total

KENTUCKY
Ashland
Bowling Green
Campbellsville
Corbin
Covington
Danville
Harlan
Hazard
Henderson
Lexington
London
Louisville
Mayfield
Owensboro
Paducah
Paintsville


-2 3-.
S2 369


1
4
1
2
4
17
3
2
1
1
i 1
1
1
2
1


-

2
1
3
6'
6
18


1
1

1
1
2
1
1
1
59
1
280
1
5
15
1


5



'- 1
1





. 4
I *


11


1
1'


A'

3


2

1


2



89

276
2
5
6


-ORANGES CONTINUED )

1933- 1932-
1954 1923 'a


3


KENTUCKY( C6nt' d)
Paris
Pikeville
Pineville
Shelbyville
Somerset -
Total

LOUISIANA.
Baton Rouge
Lafayette
Monroe
New Orleans
Shreveport
Total

MAINE
Bangor
Lewiston
Portland
Waterville
Total

MARYLAND
Baltimore
Cu~nberland
Frederick
Gwynnes Run
Hagerstown
Total

MASSACHUSETTS
Ayer
Bedford
Boston 2
Brockton
Cambridge
Concord
East Cambridge
Everett
Fall River
Falmouth
Fitchburg
Framingham
Haverhill
Lowell
Lynn
New Bedford
Newton Centre
North Adams


1

1





3
1







540




2
1



41






32
54
14
2





81

1







1,
3
3

4






6
819

1
1
*184


1
6
1
1
1
1
2
1
3
2
1

6
-


1933- 1932-
19354 1 31

MASSACHUSETTS(Cont'd)
Pittsfield 4


383


7
1
11
441
2


1
2
44
1



8.12--
S 2
1
9






1826

.8

1

11



6


:7
1
2


Somerville
'Springfield
Worcester
STotal

MICHIGAN
Detroit
Flint
Grand Rapids
Holland
Houghton
Ironwood
Ishpeming
Kalamazoo
Lansing
Mt. Pleasant
Muskegon:
Owosso
Port' Huron
Saginaw
Sodus
Sturgis
Three Rivers
Total

MINNESOTA
Duluth
Minneapolis
Rochester
St. Paul
Winona
Total

MISSISSIPPI
Brookhaven
Calhoun City
Canton
Clarksdale
Columbus
Corinth'
Drew
Durant
Granada
Greenville
Greenwood.
Gulfport
Hattiesburg
Holly Springs


DISTRIBUTION


1 2
51 96

2273 1961


527 445
10 7
102 74
1
2
1 1
2 3
4 3
2 1
1
2
1
6 2
1
1
2
1
b1 5141


7 2
24 16
1 1
10 1
2 1
21


1
1
1
1 -
15 9
2
2
1 2
1 1
3 2
9 4
1
6 7
1




- 13'-


DISTRIBUTION


OF FLORIDA CITRUS 1933-34 & 1932-33 SEASONS


ORANGES (CONTINUED)


1933- 1932-
1934 19331


MISSISSIPPI(Cont'd)
Houston
Jackson 28
Kosciusko
Laurel 7
Leland 2
Magee 1
Meridian 15
Natchez 1
New Albany 2
Newton 1
Oxford 1
Philadelphia 1
Picayune 1
Ripley 1
Starkville 1
Tupelo 19
Union 1
West Point 1
Total 127

MISSOURI
Brookfield 1
Columbia 1
Jefferson City 1
Joplin 3
Kansas City 103
Poplar Bluff 1
Rolla 1
Sedalia 1
Springfield 7
St. Joseph 3
St. Louis 256
Total 378

NEBRASKA
Fairbury 1
Grand Island 3
Lincoln 15
Omaha
Total

NEW HAMPSHIRE
Keene 1
Manchester 11
Total 12

NEW JERSEY
Asbury Park 1
Atlantic City -
Cambridge 1


2
18
1
4


11
1
4

1
1



9


79



1

1
42




1








4
182
231




2
2



1
10
11


4
1


1933- 1932-
1934 1231


NEW JERSEY(Cont'd)
Camden 6
Hawthorne 34
Metuchen
Montclair
Newark 134
No.Hawthorne 1
Paterson
Perth Amboy 1
Plainfield
Trenton 1
#Waverly 156
Total 335

NEW YORK
Albany 69
Amsterdam 6
Auburn 1
Batavia 1
Binghamton 31
Buffalo 262
Bushwick
Cortland 4
Dunkirk
Elmira 43
Endicott
Garden City 42
Geneva 1
Greenfield
Harlem River 1
Hornell 1
Jamaica 8
Jamestown 6
Johnson City 5
Lockport
Long Island City 1
Manaroneck
Maspeth 78
Mineola 2
Mt. Vernon 6
Newburgh 1
New York City 10185
Niagara Falls 1
Norwich 1
Ogdensburg
Olean 6
Oneonta 3
Ossining 2
Patchogue
Peeksville 1
Plattsburg 5


42
1
1
48
5
5

1


2


114
1


28
187
1
1
1
28
1
31
1
1

1
1
2
5
1
42
1
73
3
7
1
6771
1
1
1
3
5

1

1


1933- 1932
193 193


NEW YORK(Cont'd)
Port Chester
Poughkeepsie


Rensselear
Rochester
Saranac Lake
Schenectady
Syracuse
Troy
Utica
Watortown
White Plains
Yonkers
Total

NORTH CAROLINA
Ahoskie
Albemarle
Asheville
Burlington
Charlotte
Concord
Durham
Fayetteville
Gastonia
Goldsboro
Greensboro
Greenville
Hamlet
Henderson
Hickory
High Point
Kannapolis
Kinston
Lumberton
Monroe
Mt. Olive
Newbern
Raleigh
Rocky Mt.
Salisbury
Sanford
Shelby
Spindale
Thomasville
Troutmans
Washington
Weldon
Whiteville
Wilmington


5
1
11191


2
1
17
6
72
1
15
12
5
16
78
2

5
5
4
1
8
2
1
1
5
25
36
3
11
3
1
1
1

9
1
4


1
16
2
156
3
23
147
17
36
11


3

149
5
26
109
7
24
9
6
2
7=55




22
5
81
1
10
12
12
6
76

3
1
5
5
1
1
1
1

2
25
24
5
4
1
l


1
5

4
4






DISTRIBUTION OF FLOiiiDA CITRUS 1933-34 & 1932-33 SEASONS
ORANGES (cO'NTI:NUED)


1933- 1932-
1934 1933


1933- 1932-
1934 1933


1933- 1932
1934 1933


NORTH CAROLINA(Oont'd.) PENNSYLVANIA(Cont'd)
Wilson 5 2 Altoona 56 29
Winston Salem 6 9 Berwick 1 -
Total 365 325 Bethlehem 20 12
Bellefonte 1
OHIO Bradford 1 -
Akron 20 25 Butler 3 -
Athens 1 4 Carlisle 13 7
Barnesville 2 Chambersburg 2
Bellaire 1 Clarion 3 2
Bridgeport 1 Coatesville 3
Cambridge 1 Connellsville 1 -
Canton 7 1 Cresson 3 3
Cincinnati 659 589 Donora 3 -
Cleveland 603 470 Ephrata 1
Columbus 163 246 Erie 3 -
Conneaut 1 Greensburg 6 4
Dayton 75 75 Harrisburg 24 24
Edison 2 Hazelton 20 6
Gallipolis 2 Homestead 1 -
Green Springs 1 Huntingdom 3 -
Hamilton 3 Johnstown 26 30
Lewistown 1 Kittanning 1 -
Lima 3 "Lancaster 3 7
Mansfield 5 4 Lansdale 1
Marietta 1 Lehighton 4 1
Marion 3 6 Mc Keosport 5 -
Newark 1 Meadville 2
Orrville 3 Milton 2 -
Portsmouth 5 4 Mt. Carmel 1
Sidney 1 New Castle 1 -
Springfield 7 7 New Kensington 3 -
Steubenville 3 Oil City 3
Toledo 64 63 Philadelphia 3444 2946
Van Wert 1 Pittsburgh 571 716
Warren 1 Pottsville 15 1
Xenia 9 Quarryville 1 -
Youngstown 58 37 Reading 2 3
Zanosville 2 1 Richland 8 -
Total 1704 1538 Scranton 89 67
Sharon 2 1
OKLAHOMA Shenandoah 2 -
Oklahoma City 21 10 Sunbury 12 3
Tulsa 11 6 Tyrone .5 4
Total 32 16 Uniontown 9 10
Washington 2 -
OREGON Wilkes Barre 46 51
Portland 2 Wilkinsburg 1 -
Williamsport 17, 12
PENNSYLVANIA York .1
Allentown 10 4 Total 450 3953


RHODE ISLAND
Olneyville
Pawtucket
Providence
Total

SOUTH CAROLINA
Charleston
Chester
Columbia
#Florence
Greenville
Greenwood
Laurens
Mullins
Orangeburg
Spartanburg
Sumter
Union
Yemassee
Total

SOUTH DAKOTA
Sioux Falls
Total

TENNESSEE
Bristol
Brownsville
Bruceton
Chattanooga
Clarksville
Columbia
Cookeville
Fayetteville
Gallatin
Harriman
Humboldt
Jackson
Johnson City
Knoxville
Lebanon
Martin
Mc Kenzie
Mc Minnville
Memphis
Milan
Morristown
Murfreesboro
Nashville


20

105
125


5
1
17

12
2

1
2
18
3
2
4
67


18
1
213
232


3

26
-
6
5
2
1

19



-1
-m


2 4
2 _


10


99
11
2
2

1*
2

5
6
41
1
5
1
1
269
1
23
1
251


3
1

log
1
109
2
3

1

S 4
1'
7
3
43


1

154
1
25

258






DISTRIBUTION


1933- 1932-
1Q34 1933


TENNESSEE(Cont'd)
Paris
Pulaski
Bipley
Trenton
Tullahoma
Union City
Total

TEXAS
Amarillo
Austin
Beaumont
Dallas
Ft. Worth
Houston
San Antonio
Waco
Wichita Falls
Total

UTAH
Salt Lake City
Total

VERMONT
Barre
Burlington


1
1
1
1
2
1
739


2

2
37
6
36
6
3

92


1
1


1-
1
1




61


3
15
5
12
11
1
1
5


15 -
OF FLORIDA CITRUS 1933-34 &
ORANGES (CONTINUED)


VEBMONT(Cont 'd)
Essex Junction 1
White River Jct.
Total lb

VIRGINIA
Charlottesville -


Danville
Harrisonburg
La Crosse
Lynchburg
Newport News
Norfolk
#Petersburg
4Michmond
Roanoke
Staunton
Suffolk
Total

WASHINGTON
Seattle
Spokane
Total

WEST VIRGINIA
Bluefield
Charleston


3
1
1
12
21
123


44
6
1
212


1
1


2
53


- 1932-




-7
17
17


1
3
3

14
5
114


33
6

179


2

2


1
46


1932-33 SEASON


1933- 1932-
194 191


WEST VIRGINIA(Cont'd.)
Clarksburg 18
Fairmont 12
Huntington 16
Keyser 1
Martinsburg 1
Morgantown
Moundsville 4
Mullens
Parkersburg 1
Spencer 1
Welch
Wheeling 18
Total 127

WISCONSIN
Appleton Jct. 3
Fond du Lac -
Green Bay 1
Janesville 1
La Crosse 1
Madison 8
Marshfield 3
Milwaukee 106
Oshkosh 1
Racine 1
Waukesha 1
Wausau ___
Total 129


1
1
1
2
1

7
2
1
7



2



6


1


2
38




50
__
5o


#Diversion
Points.
* * * **


GRAND TOTAL ORANGES 1933-34 SEASON 27,792 cars.
n 1 n 1932-33 22,542 "
* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
S* * ** * * * ** * * ** * ** * ** * * *


GRAPEFRUIT
1-1932-


ALABAMA
#Birmingham
Gadsden
Huntsville
Mobile
Montgomery
Tuscaloosa
Total

ARKANSAS
Ft. Smith


0

1
'0


ARKANSAS(Cont'd)
Little Rock
Texarkana
Total


23


8 20 CANADA
- 1 Brantford
9 102 Calgary
Edmonton
Hamilton
5 1 Kingston


8

13


6
12
3
9
1


17
1
19


8
6

10
5


R- 193 2
CANADA(Cont 'd)
London 1
Montreal 41 73
North Bay -2 4
Ottawa 19. 14
Quebec 6 5
Regina 2 7
St. Catharines 26
Saskatoon 2 4
Toronto 53 97


5




7


193 2-




16 -
DISTRIBUTION OF FLORIDA CITRUS 1933-34 & 1932-33 SEASONS


1933- 1932-
1934 193


CANAMDA(Gont' d)
Vancouver
Winnipeg
Total


5
16
177


COLORADO
.Denver 69
Grand Junction -
Pueblo
Total


CONNECTICUT
Bridgeport
Hartford
New Haven
New London
Norwich
Stamford
Waterbury
Total


13
37
30
1
5

2
88


DIST.OF COLUMBIA
Washington 165


FLORIDA
#Jacksonville
Pensacola
Total

GEORGIA
Athens
Atlanta
Columbus
#Everett
Jesup
Macon
Rome
+Thalmann
Total

IDAHO
Boise
Pocatello
Sweetwater
Total

ILLINOIS
Aurora
Bloomington
Carbondale
Champaign


1
1




1
37
9

10
82



1
I


3
17-
280


51
1
2
57


36
90
37
4
4
1

175


GR APEYRUIT (COT ITUD)

1933- 1932-
- r12 4 131


ILLINOIS(Cont'd)
Chicago 1127
Danville
Decatur 4
East St.Louis 27
Galesburg 3
Jacksonville 2
Joliet 1
Kankakee 2
Kewanee -
La Salle 4
Matteson 2
Mattoon 1
Ottawa
Peoria 30
Quincy 1
Robinson
Rockford 7
Rock Island 1
Springfield 3
Total 1227


.191 INDIANA
Evansville
Ft. Wayne
Indianapolis
La Fayette
Logansport
Muncie
Richmond
1 South Bend
65 Terre Haute
1 Total


113
6
1
2

189


1
1
2

~- -


1
1
10
10


25
54
153
5
1
1
4
14

2b62


IOWA
Burlington
Cedar Rapids
Clinton
Council Bluffs
Davenport
Des Moines
Dubuque
Ft. Dodge
Iowa City
Iowa Falls
Marshalltown
Mason City.
Ottumwa.
Sioux City
Spencer
Storm Lake


611
7
7
25




4



2
32
3
1
4
2
14
724T


26
69
191
4
8
2
1
17

325


5
12

1
4
35
3
1



5
3
1
1


10WA(Cont '
Waterloo
Total

KANSAS
Coffeyville
Concordia
7 Dodge City
Hutchinson
Newton
Parsons
Pittsburg
Salina
Topeka
Wichita- ,
Total

KENTUCKY
Lexington
Louisville
Owensboro
Paducah
Total

LOUISIANA
Lafayette
New Orleans
Rayville
Shreveport
Total

MAINE
Bangor
Lewiston
Portland
Total

MARYLAND
Baltimore
Cumberland
Hagerstown
Total

MASSACHUSETTS
Boston
Cambridge
Fall River
Somerville
Springfield
Worcester
Total


1933- 1932-
1934 93.1


5 9
118 93


1
1
1
4

1
6
16
20
1


18
121

4
143


1
158


159



24



333
1
1
335


743



27
2
772


1
1

5
1

2
5
12





171
2

203


1
129
1
2
133

3
1
26
30
30


841
1
1
29
45
917





DISTRIBUTION


17 -
OF FLORIDA CITRUS 1933-4 & 1932-31 SEASONS


GRAPEFRUIT( CONTINUED)


1933- 1932-
1934 1931


MICHIGAN
Battle Cre
Bay City
Dearborn
Detroit
Escanaba
Flint
Grand Rapi
Ishpeming
Kalamazoo
Lansing
Menominee
Muskegon
Owosso
Port Huron
Saginaw
Sault Ste
Total


MINNESOTA
Duluth
Marshall
Minneapolis
St. Paul
Total

MISSISSIPPI
Columbus
Greenwood
Hattiesburg
Jackson
Laurel
Meridian
Total

MISSOURI
Columbia
Joplin
Kansas City
Monett
Springfield
St. Joseph
St. Louis
Total

MONTANA
Billings
Butte
Great Falls
Helena
Missoula
Total


ek





.ds








Ms


4
3
1
506
1
34
97
7
6
3
1

2
1

Irie 1
71


15
1
134
48
198


1


2
1
__3
7




180

8
5
247



1
3
2

2
8


1933- 1932-
1934 1933


1
5
5
16
46
73


6
2
11
29f
T8


5


413

37
108
6
7
2

1

7
5

591


8
2
88
35
133


1
1
2


-i



1
4
88
1
12
5
14
2b0


3
6
1
1

11


NEBRASKA
Crawford
Grand Island
Hastings
Lincoln
Omaha
Total

NEW HAMPSHIRE
Manchester
Total

NEW JERSEY
Asbury Park
Camden
Glassboro
Hawthorne
Newark
No .Hawthorne
tWaverly
Total

NEW MEXICO
Albuquerque
Total

NEW YORK
Albany
Amsterdam
Binghamton
Buffalo
Elmira
Garden City
Geneva
Kings Park
Long IalandCity
Maspeth
Mineola
Moriah
Mt. Vernon
Newburgh
New York City
Niagara Falls
Norwich
Ogdensburg
Olean
Oneonta
Ossining
Poughkeepsie
Rensselear
Rochester
Rouses Point


1


1
27
2
24
55


1
1
1
3
68

42

11

1



1


47
1
11



182







4844
17


5
1
1
2
5
107
1


1933- 1932-
1_93 1933


NEW YORK(Cont'd)
St. Albans 1
Schenectady 22
Suspension Ridge 6
Syracuse 86
Troy 5
Utica 20
Watertown 5
Yonkers
Total 5410

NORTH CAROLINA
Asheville 2
Charlotte 12
Durham 5
Fayetteville
Goldsboro
Greensboro 18
Henderson
Hendersonville 1
Hickory
High Point
Lumberton
Pinoca
Raleigh 3
Rocky Mt. 5
Sanford 1
Wilmington 1
Total 48

NORTH DAKOTA
Bismarck 1
Fargo 4
Grand Forks 1
Total

OHIO
Akron 10
Athens
Bellefontaine
Cambridge 1
Canton 6
Cincinnati 369
Cleveland 410
Columbus 118
Dayton 8
Green Springs -
Hamilton 1
Lima
Lorain 4
Mansfield -


31

73
11
21
14
1
4712


1
27
2
2
3
29
1

1
2
1
1
5
5


80



5
2
7


11
1
3
1

340
305
157
21
1
2
3

1


- 1
- 1


107

22
189
15
5
4
1
1
6

2
1
1
4075
5
4
5

2

1

114
1





18 -
DISTRIBUTION OF FLORIDA CITRUS 1933-34 &


1932-33 SEASONS


1933- 1932-
1934 1933


1933- 1932-
1934 13


OHIO(Cont'd)
Marion
Orrville
Portsmouth
Springfield
Steubenville
Toledo
Xenia
Youngstown
Zanesville
Total

OKLAHOMA
Enid'
Lawton
Muskogee
Oklahoma City
Ponca City
Tulsa
Total

OREGON
La Grande
Portland
Total


6

4

106





1

1
3


2
7
4
1
6
5,
9
1
2


1

3
9
I

7



4


PENNSYLVANIA
Allentown
Altoona
Bethlehem 2
Bradford 1
Butler 2
Chester
Erie 2.
Greensburg 1
Hanover
Harrisburg 9
Hazelton 3
Johnstown 10
Kane 1
Kensington 1
Lopk Haven 1
Morea -
Ne~ Kensington 1
Philadelphia 1284
Pittsburgh 392
:Reading
Richland 2
Scranton 26
Sunbury 1
Tyrone 1


1.
4-

93

58
'6
1008


1
2
3
21
1

37


1
28
29


4
20

1
-

1


1
11
2
5
2


4

1210
357
1
1
52

1


PENNSYLVANIA(Cont'd)
Wilkes Barre 18
Williamsport .2
Total 1781


RHODE ISLAND
Olneyville
Providence
Total

SOUTH CAROLINA
Chester
Columbia
#Florence
Greenville
Spartanburg
Yomassee
Total

SOUTH DAKOTA
Aberdeen
Rapid City
Sioux Falls
-Total

TENNESSEE
Bristol
Chattanooga
Clarksville
Knoxville
Martin
Memphis
Morristown
Nashville
Total

TEXAS
Amarillo
Dallas
El Paso
Ft. Worth
Houston
San Antonio
Tyler
Total


1








4
5


4
1
4
9


1
108
1
2
1
87





16...
7 k
2-












1
11



13
i3

6
1.


UTAH
Salt Lake City 20
Total 20


]


41
2
L716


3
88
91


1
.5

1
4
6
17


4
2
6
12


1
99

15

76
4
103
298


3
.10

3
2
.7
1
-1


14
1i7


4

ct. 1
5


1
5


1933- 1932-
1934 1933


4
1
2
7


1


VERMONT
Burlington
Rutland
White River J,
Total

VIRGINIA
Danville
Lynchburg
Newport News
Norfolk
#Petersburg
#Richmond
Roanoke
Total

WASHINGTON
Seattle
Spokane
Walla Walla
Total.

WEST VIRGINIA
Bluofield
Charleston
Clarksburg
Fairmont
Huntington
Parkersburg
Wheeling
Total

WISCONSIN
Appleton Jet.
Ashland
Eau Claire
Fond du Lac
Green Bay
La Crosse
Madison
Marshfield
Milwaukee
Oshkosh
Racine
Sheboygan
Stevens Point
Wausau
Total

WYOMING
Casper


1



J




5


37


18
57



10
-^


.*


?1
-

L4
51


54
L3
1



3


L9 25
1 1
2 3
2 6
i 3.
28 39


6 2
1
2
1 1
4 3
5 5
6 1
- 3
26 71
2 1
2 3
1
2
2 2Z
01 92


1 2


GRAPEFRUIT( CQNTINUID)


-. 1




19 -
DISTRIBUTION OF FLORIDA CITRUS 1933-34 & 1932-33 SEASONS
GRAPETUIT (CONTIIrED)


1933- 1932-
1934 1933


WYOMING(Cont'd)
Cheyenne 2
Total


1933- 1932-
1934 219


1933- 1932-
1934 1933


# Diversion Points.


GRAND TOTAL
II It


- GRAPEFRUIT 1933-34 SEASON 14,402 cars.
1932-33 13,330 "


* * * ** * ** ** ** ** ** ** ** ** ** ** * *** *



TANGERINES


ALABAMA
#Birmingham
Mobile
Total

ARKANSAS
Little Rock
Total

CANADA
Montreal
Saskatoon
Toronto
Winnipeg
Total

COLORADO
Denver
Total

CONNECTICUT
Bridgeport"
Hartford
New Haven
Total


DIST.OF COLUMBIA
Washington


FLORIDA
VJacksonville

GEORGIA
Atlanta
AEverett
Total


1933- 1932-


4 8
S 9


1 -
1 -


6
2
2
1
11


4

1

5


3 3
3 3


4
7
6
17


14
22
8
4


12 21


1933- 1932-
1934 3


ILLINOIS
Carbondale 1
Chicago 183
East St. Louis 1


Moline
Peoria
Total

INDIANA
Evansville
Ft. Wayne
Indianapolis
Logansport
Mitchell
South Bend
Terre Haute
Total

IOWA
Cedar Rapids
Davenport
Des Moines
Total

KANSAS
Hut chins on
Wichita
Total


KENTUCKY
Lexington
Louisville
Total
1 8
2 1
2 11


2
187


2
11
20

1
1

35

1
1
2



1






28


167

1
6
174


7
15
46


4
1
74


3
1
4
8




3


7

37


LOUISIANA
New Orleans
Total

MARYLAND
Baltimore
Total

MASSACHUSETTS
Boston
Stoneham
Total

MICHIGAN
Detroit
Flint
Grand Rapids
Total

MINNESOTA
Marshall
Minneapolis
St. Paul
Total

MISSISSIPPI
Columbus
Total

MISSOURI
Kansas City
St. Louis
Total


1933- 1932-


21 21
21 21


124 136
12)4 136


151
1
152


93
2
__5
100


1
15
6
22


202

202


99
3
15
117



28
33
33


- 1
- 1


30
AH





20 -
DISTRIBUTION OF FLORIDA CITRUS i933-34 & 1932-33 SEASONS

TANGERINES(CONTINUED)


1933- 1932-
1934 1933


NEBRASKA
Lincoln
Omaha
Total

NEW JERSEY
Atlantic City
Hawthorne
Newark
Total

NEW YORK
Albany
Binghamton
Buffalo
Elmira
Geneva
New York City
Niagara Falls
Plattsburg
Rochester
St. Albans
Schenectady
Syracuse
Utica
..Total


4






3
-- *




--- "

3


2
4
31
4

1270
1
1
27

2
135
1350


NORTH CAROLINA
Burlington
Chtrlotte 4
Fayetteville
Greensboro 3
Ral.eigh 1
Rocky Mt.
Winston Salem 1
Total 9:


4


1
1

2


10
2
39
7
1
1138


28
1
2
10
1
1239


1
4
1
3

1
io


OHIO
Canton
Cincinnati
Cleveland
Columbus
Dayton
Toledo
Youngstown
Total


1
87
90
6

6
6
196


OKLAHOMA
Oklahoma City -
Total


PENNSYLVANIA
Allentown
Altoona
Chester
Harrisburg
Hazelton
Kane
Lancaster
Philadelphia
Pittsburgh
Richland
Scranton
Sunbury
Tyrone
Wilkes Barre
Total

RHODE ISLAND
Providence
Total


3
1
1


1
432
126
1
7
1

8
581


m


12 16
12 16


98
82
21
1
11
4
217


1
1


1
1
-

1
1

334
145
1
15

1

523


#.Diversion Points


WISCONSIN
Appleton Jet.
Milwaukee
Stevens Point
Total


10
2
12


4
16
2
22


ARAND TOTAL TANGERINES 1933-34 SEASON 2,999 cars.
1932-33 3,017 "


1933- 1932-




3



1
1


SOUTH CAROLI1
Columbia
#Florence
Total

SOUTH DAKOTA
Sioux Falls
Total

TENNESSEE
Chattanooga
Johnson Cit:
Memphis
Morristown
Nashville
Total

TEXAS
Houston
Total

VIRGINIA
Norfolk
#Petersburg
#Richmond
Roanoke
Total

WASHINGTON
Seattle
Total

WEST VIRGIN
Charleston
Huntington
Wheeling
Total


- 1
.- 1


1 -
1

2 1


1933- 1932-
1934 1933


5
1
_I__
15


3
3


1



2







DISTRIBUTION


21 -
OF FLORIDA CITRUS 1933-34 &


1932-33 SEASONS


1 j- 1932-


MIXED CITRUS


1933- 1932-
1934 1933


ALABAMA
Anniston 5
Auburn
CBirmingham 133
Camden 1
Cullman 1
Decatur 1
Dothan
Evergreen 1
Fort Payne
Gadsden 32
Huntsville 3
Jasper 2
Mobile 7
#Montgomery 18
Notasulga 1
Opelika
Roanoke 1
Selma 6
Sheffield
Tuscaloosa 2
Tuskegee 1
Total 215

ARKANSAS
El Dorado 1
Ft. Smith 1
Helena 1
Hot Springs 1
Little Rock 45
Texarkana
Total 54

CANADA
Brantford 2
Burlington 1
Calgary 4
Hamilton 1
Montreal 5
North Bay 1
Ottawa
Quebec 1
St. Catharines -
Simcoe 1
Toronto 9
Vancouver 2
Winnipeg
Total 36


7
1
89


1
2

1
35
7

13
28

1
1
8



203


1
3


23
1
28






15

1
2
3

3

-2
29


COLORADO
Denver
Total

CONNECTICUT
Bridgeport
Greenwich
Hartford
Manchester
New Haven
New London
Norwich
Stamford
Waterbury
Willimantic
Total

DELAWARE
Wilmington
Total

DIST.OF COLUMBIA
Washington


FLORIDA
9Jacksonville
Pensacola
Total

GEORGIA
Athens
Atlanta
Augusta
Cartersville
Cedartown
Columbus
Cuthbert
Dalton
Decatur
Everett
Gainesville
La Grande
Macon
Ormewood Sta.
Rome
#Thalmann
West Point
Total


-i


8 1
8 1


1
5
6
-
8

2

4

26


12
8
39
1
15
6
2
14
6
1
104


10 18


ILLINOIS
Aurora
Bureau
Bloomington
Cairo
Canton
Carbondale
Carmi
Centralia
Champaign
Chicago
Danville
Decatur
Du Quoin
Enfield
East St.Louis
Elgin
Elmhurst
Evergreen Park


o10 1 Galesburg
Jacksonville
Joliet
17 36 Kewanee
La Salle
Lawrenceville
Matteson
2 1 Mattoon
2 1 Maywood
Metropolis
Moline
1 4 Monmouth
74 62 Mt. Vernon
5 7 Ottawa
1 1 Peoria
1 1 Robinson
4 2 Rockford
1 1 Springfield
1 West Frankfort
2 Wilmette
5 10 Waukegan
1 Total


10
1
4
1
1
.12


2
8

5

-1


1
1
6
1
1
8
1
2
2
461
1
11
2
I1
12
1
1
1
8
3.



1

2
1

3
1




1
6
8
2
1
16
1
583


INDIANA
Columbus
Evansville
Ft. Wayne
Indianapolis
La Fayette


4

7


4
307
7.
3


- 1932-







DISTRIBUTION


-1932-


22 -
OF FLORIDA CITRUS 1933-34 & 1932-33 SEASONS
MIXED CiTR S(00NINUvED)


1 1932


INDIANA( Cont 'd)
Logansport 3
Michigan City -
Mitchell 1
Muncie 7
Richmond 3
Seymour 1
South Bend 23
Terre Haute 10
Vincennes -
Total 162

IOWA
Burlington 8
Cedar Falls 1
Cedar Rapids 17
Council Bluffs 1
Davenport
Des Moines 46
Dubuque 15
Estherville 1
Ft. Dodge 3
Iowa City 3
Iowa Falls 1
Mason City 2
Shenandoah 4
Sioux City '' 2
Storm Lake 1
Waterloo _
Total 112

KANSAS
Atchison : 1
Beloit 2
Chanute 5
Coffeeville -.
Concordia 1
Dodge City 1
Emporia -
Hiawatha
Hutchinson 4
Liberal
Newton 1
Parsons 1
Pittsburg 1
Salina 5
Topeka 1
Wichita 1
Total 3


3
2
1
4

5
15
10
1
133




12-
2
2
49
9

2
3

2
1
1

2
85





1
3

2
1
3
1
1


2


27


KENTUCKY
Ashland 5
Bowling Green 2
Campbellsville 1
Corbin
Danville 1
Frankfort 1
Fulton 1
Glasgow 1
Harlan 2
Hazard 1
Henderson 3
Hopkinsville 2
Jackson 1
Lexington 45
Lothair -
Louisville 92
Murray 1
Owensboro 5
Paducah 23 '
Pikeville
Shelbyville 1
West Frankfort -
Total 188


LOUISIANA
Alexandria
.. Baton Rouge
Lafayette
Lake Charles
Monroe
New Orleans
Rayville
Shreveport
Total

MAINE
Lewiston
Portland
Rockland
Total

MARYLAND
Baltimore
Cumberland
Total

MASSACHUSETTS
Boston


1
1


1
13


19


2

1
1



2

5


43
1
76
1
2
15
1

1
152


2
5
.2
1
13
22
2
52
52


1 3
12 10
1 -
1T 13


65 219
1
65 220


130 427


MASSACHUSETTS (Cont' d)
Brockton 1
Cambridge 3
East Hampton
Haverhill .1
Newton Centre -
North Adams
Springfield 9
Walpole -
Total 1T

MICHIGAN
Battle Creek 1
Bay City 4
Benton Harbor 2
Dearborn 1
Decatur
Detroit 223
Escanaba 2
Flint 24
Grand Rapids 54
Holland 1
Houghton 1
Ironwood
Ishpeming 5.
Jackson
Kalamazoo 18
Lansing 5
Monroe '1
Mt. Pleasant -
Muskegon 4
Owosso 2
Petoskey 1
Port Huron 1
Saginaw 3
Sault Ste Marie 4
Sodus
Traverse City
Total 357

MINNESOTA
Duluth 17
Mankato
Minneapolis 33
Rochester 2
St. Paul .5
Winona 12
Total 69


-
2
1
2
1
4
14
1
452


1



1
177
2
13
16


1
4
1
21
2

1

1


1
2
1
1



22
4
24
2
4
15
71


i 1932-





23 -
DISTRIBUTION- OF FLORI'D 'CITRUS 1933-34 & 1932-33 SEASONS
MIXED CITRUS(CONTINUED)


1933- 1932-
1_934 1


1933- 1932-
194 1293


MISSISSIPPI
Amory
Brookhaven 4
Clarksdale 1
Cleveland 2
Columbus 7
Corinth 1
Durant 5
Granada 2
Greenville 10
Greenwood 10
Gulfport 3
Hattiesburg 1
Indianola 1
Jackson 51
Laurel 4
Leland 2
Meridian 13
Natchez
Newton
Philadelphia 1
Starkville
Tupelo 25
Vicksburg 7
West Point 1
Yazoo City. 2
Total 153

MISSOURI
Cape Girardeau 1
Columbia 1
Flat River 1
Hannibal 1
Joplin 7
Kansas City 33
Monett
Springfield 4
St. Joseph 11
St. Louis 121
Total 180

MONTANA
Billings
Helena 1
Total 1

NEBRASKA
Falls City 1
Grand Island 2
Lincoln 18
Nebraska City 1


1
1
-
1
10
2
2





7.
9
6
1
17

38
9

21
7
1

1
6
2


135



5


6
15
1
6
2
120
155


1

1




13


NEBRASKA(Cont'd
Omaha
Total

NEW HAMPSHIRE
Concord
Keene
Manchester
Total

NEW JERSEY
Asbury Park
Hackensack
Hawthorne
Moorestown
Morristown
Newark
Paterson
Quarryville
#Waverly
Total


L) _., NEW YORK(C'ont'd). "
21 15 Portland
-43 28 Poughkeepsie 7
Rochester 15
St. Albans 1
1 Saranac Lake 2
2 Schenectady 7
2 10 Syracuse 19
2 13 Troy 5
Utica 3
Watertown 8
11 17 White Plains 2
1 Yonkers
1 Total 278


15



2-


NEW YORK
Albany 7
Amsterdam 8
Auburn
Binghamton. 3
Buffalo 36
Cortland 1
Clyde 1
Corona
Elmira 12.
Endicott 2
Flushing
Garden City 1
Geneva
Glens Falls
Herkimer 1
Jamaica 7'
Jamestown 2
Johnson City 2
Long Island City -
Maspeth 1
Mt. Vernon 8
Newburgh
New Yprk City 108
Niagara Falls 3
Norwich 1
Olean.
Oneonta 2
Plattsburg .: 3


1
1
3


NORTH CAROLINA
Ahoskie


1
25
25
-

15
50
9
5
5
18

.1253


- 2


1 Asheboro
1 Asheville
2 Albemarle
28 Beaufort
Burlington
Char-lotte
13 Durham
6 Fayetteville
1 Gastonia
13 Goldsboro
69 Greensboro
1 Greenville
Halifax
6 Henderson
16 Hickory
1 High Point
1 Jackson Springs
Kinston
2 Laurenburg
2 Lumberton
Madison
Monroe
8 Mooresville
2 Mt. Olive
1 New Bern
1 Raleigh
19 Roanoke Rapi&d
6 Rocky Mt.
916 Salisbury
Sanford
Scotland Neck
3 Shelby
.5 Southern Pines
5 sylvaa
(Cont'd.


1933- 1932-
1_934 1_93


m





24 .
DISTRIBUTION.OF FLORIDA CITRUS 1933-34;& 1932-33 SEASONS
MIXED CITRUS(CONTINUED)


1 1932-


NORTH CAROLINA(Cont'd)
Washington 4
Waynesboro 1
Weldon 9 6
Whiteville 4 -
Wilmington 7 9
Wilson 8 5
Wilkesboro 1 -
Winston Salem o 23
Total 3 369


NORTH DAKOTA
Fargo
Grand Forks
Total

OHIO
Akron
Athens
Barnesville
Beljefontaine
Cambridge
Canton
Cincinnati
Chillicoth'
Cleveland
Columbus
Conneaut
Dayton
Defiance
Edison
Fremont
Gallipolis
Green Springs
Hamilton
Hyatts
Ironton
Lima
Mansfield
Marietta
Marion
Portsmouth
Springfield
SStrongsville
Toledo
Washington
Court House
Xenia
Youngstown
Zanesville
.Total


1
1
2


11
8
5
.5

.2
264

..167
61
1
40
2


2

2
1

2
5
3
1
13
16

34
1
2
11i

-994


1
2
3
7
1

276
1
159
43

10

2
1
4
5


2
2
15
1
2
5
15
1
14



13

588


OKLAHO '
Ada ..
Enid
Muskogee
Oklahoma ..
Ponca City
Tulsa
.Total

OREGON
Portland
Total

PENNSYLVANIA
Allentown
Altoona
Beaver Falls
Bedford
Bellefonte 1-
Bethlehem
Bradford
Carlisle
Chambersburg
SChambersville
' Easton
. Ephrata
Erie
. Greensburg
Greenville
Harrisburg
Hazelton
Huntingdon
Jeanette
Johnstown
Kane
Lancaster
Lansdale
Morea
Mt. Carmel
New Brighton
Perkasie
Philadelphia
Pittsburgh
Pottsville
Quarryville
Reading
Richland
Scranton
State College
Sunbury
Tyrone


1
2
1
12
4
_1
37


e

1"
8

4
13


PENNSYLVANIA(Cont'd)
Uniontown 4
Waynesboro 1
Wilkes Barre 14
Williamsport 6
York -
Total 546


RHODE ISLAND
Olneyville
_ __1 Providence
5 1 Total


9
15
1
a
;2
1
2



1
7
21
2
12
3
1
1
1
1
2


1
1

116
298
1
e-
1
3
29
54
5


19
19

1
1
21

8
1
1
1
1

8

11
4
1

5
1
3
2
1


1
486
168

1




1
2
7
S48
:;" 1
..-10


SOUTH CAROLINA
Anderson
Beaufort
Bennettsville
Charleston
Columbia
#Florence
Gaston
Greenville
Greenwood
Lancaster
Laurens
.Newberry
'Orangeburg
Rock Hill
Spartanburg
Sumter
Union
Yemassee
Total

SOUTH DAKOTA
Huron
Total :

TENNESSEE
Athens
Bells
Bristol
Brownsville
Bruceton
Chattanooga
Clarksville
Cleveland
Columbia
Cookeville
Dyersburg
Fayetteville


4
8
12


1
1
1
7
9.

1
3
1
1
1

1
2
11
14
1
4
.59


1
1


1

4
1
1
89
4


1
7
1


-
2
13
11
2
863


18
60
78


15
20
-

7
1


1
2
-
13
9
2

70


1932-;


191- 93







DISTRIBUTION


25 -
OF FLORIDA CITRUS 1933-34 &

MIXED CITRUS(CONTINUED)


1932-33 SEASONS


TENNESSEE(Cont'd.)
Harriman 5
Humboldt 5
Jackson 21
Johnson City .6
Kingsport 1
Knoxville 118
Lebanon 1
Martin 2
Maryville 2
Mc Kenzie 4
Mc Minnville 6
Memphis 160
Morristown 23
Nashville 191
Paris
Somerville
Trenton
Total 654

TEXAS
Amarillo 1
Beaumont
Dallas 9
Ft. Worth 4
Houston 7
Longview
San Antonio
Wichita Falls -
Total 21


1932-



2

19
3

66


3
3
1
83
13
136
1
1
1



2
3
14

8
1
1
1
30


1933- 1932-
1934 1933


UTAH
Salt Lake City_ 2
Total 2


VERMONT
Burlington
Rutland
White River
Total


3

Jet. -
3


VIRGINIA
Charlottesville
Covington
Culpepper
Danville
Harrisonburg
Lynchburg
Martinsville
Norfolk
Newport News
#Petersburg
#Richmond
Roanoke
Scottsville
Staunton
Suffolk
Total


WASHINGTON
Seattle


#Diversion Points.


1
1

11
* 8
48
6
L21
8


39
2


WASHINGTON(Cont'd)
Spokane 2
Total 8


4
1
5
10


3
1
1
10
10
34

65
14


32
1


WEST VIRGINIA
Bluefield
Charleston
Clarksburg
Fairmont
Huntington
Keyser
Kingwood
Mabscott
Martinsburg
Moundsville
Mullens
Parkersburg
Piedmont
Princeton
Ronceverte
Welch
Wheeling
Total


5 13 WISCONSIN
__- Appleton Jct.
5 184 Eau Claire
Fond du Lac
Green Bay
6 3 Janesville
La Crosse
Madison
Marshfield
Milwaukee
Stevens Point
Wausau
Total


GRAND TOTAL MIXED CITRUS 1933-34 SEASON
1932-33 "


19
34
7

40
1
1

1
2
1
15
2

1

9_
133


3
2

1
4
3
2
4
45

1
65


- 5,822 cars.
- 6,720 "


''
t.. .
. ~

.
.
..
~.. ......
......
..


1932-
1933


2
5


8
21
4
3
35


2


1
13

1

2
14
104


2
6
1

1
2


12
3
3
30


5


~.







26 T
RECAPITULATION OF DISTRIBUTION,.FLORIDA ORANGES, BY STATES PAST 7 SEASONS

States I 1933-341 1932-331 1931-321 1930-311 1929-301 1928-291 1927-28


Alabama
Arkansas
Colorado
Connecticut
Delaware
Dist. of Columbia
Florida
Georgia
Tllinois
Indiana
Iowa
Kansas
Kentucky
Louisiana
Maine
Maryland
Massachusetts
Michigan
Minnesota
Mississippi
Missouri
Montana
Nebraska
New Hampshire
New Jersey
New. York
North Carolina
North Dakota
Ohio" &
Oklahoma
Oregon
Pennsylvania
Rhode Island
South Carolina
South Dakota
Tennessee
Texas
Utah
Vermont
Virginia
Washington
West Virginia
Wisconsin
Canada
TOTAL


327
41
5
133
19
291
2t
199*
1,369
382
47
18
376
546
44
819
2,273
661
44
127
378

54
12
335
11,191
365

1,704
32

4,450
125
67#
2
739
92
1
16
212@
1
127
129
37
27,792..


331
26
7
406
3
394
1t
357*
976
369
11
3
383
462
48
839
1,961
541
21
79
231

4
11
S264
7,656
325

1,538
16
2
3,953
232
..61#
4
619
49

17
179@
2
91
50
20
22,542


243
30
6
374
31
450
3
178*
1,005
373
38
13
330
326
489
713
1,502
480
10
54
258
1
13
8
234
5,865
221

1,450
18
2
2,680
180
51#
8
527
22

10
177@
2
105
101
72
18,212


530
57
6
522
51
702
50
694*
1,459
863
150
37
434
370
94
1,035
1,777
864
53
103
351
3
62
18
228
8,046
534
4
2,047
50

4,339
277
260#
10
903
43

26
910

207
84
134
28,387


288
9

442
46
386
42
357*
763
264
12
4
365
96
57
836
1,220
272
43
106
153
3
3
6
214
4,893
317

816


2,763
163
189#
2
306


25
567

78
42
125
16,273


867
.20

553
15
536
101
983*
1,139
392
12
11
501
334
74
1,192
1,703
315
19
166
299
2
6
19
161
6,578
819

1,339
2

4,332
273
698
2
1,142
- r 112

26
1,090

144
39
90
26,106


439
35
3
266
19
289
58
825
525
185
25

255
183
31
556
900
231
20
109
205

7
3
60
:.2,866
468

1,164
4

1,781
118
456
2

**-
8
273
5
40
igg
189
13,226


t Jacksonville not included. .': .
* Does not include Savannah. '
# Florence not included. "*.'"""
@ Petersburg and Richmond not io Xded....
'.. : "* :':


.. I ..
..,- .
.. .~
.



- -





RECAPITULATION OF


27 v
TSID RIBUTION FLORIDA GRAPEFRUIT, BY STATES EAST J SEASONS


States 1 1933-341 1932-331 1931-32i 1930-311 1929-301 1928-291 1927-28


Alabama
Arkansas
Colorado
Connecticut
Delaware
Dist. of Columbia
Florida
Georgia
Idaho
Illinois
Indiana
Iowa
Kansas
Kentucky
Louisiana
Maine
Maryland
Massachusetts
Michigan
Minnesota.
Mississippi
Missouri
Montana
Nebraska..
Nevada
New Hampshire
New Jersey
-New Mexico
-New York.
North Carolina
North Dakota
Ohio
-Oklahoma
Oregon
SPennsylvania
'Rhode Island
South Carolina
- South Dakota
Tennessee
Texas
Utah
SVermont
. Virginia
Washington
West Virginia
Wisconsin
Wyoming
Canada


TOTAL 14,402 13,330 15,632 22,827 12,154 17,347 8,798


SJacksonville not included.
** Florence not included.
# Does not include Atlanta & Savannah


* Does not include Savannah
*# Petersburg & Richmond not included.


79

88

165
11'
82*
1
1,227
262
118
63
143
159
24
335
772
667
198
7
440
8
73

116
1
5,41o
48
6
1,062
37
54
1,781
46
5**
9
266
49
20
5
51*#
68
28
160
14
177


102
19
54
175
191
-t
189*
4
724
325
93
40
203
133
30
448
917
591
133
4
260
11
48

1
55
4,712
80
7
1,008
37
29
1,716
91
17**
12
298
26
14
7
57*#
54
39
92
4
280


119
31
66
244
28
305
131
104*
15
1,001
358
56
23
235
150
54
475
962
885
ill
111
6
282
27
33
1
2
96 '
1
5,107
92
9
1,470
48
66
1,864
104
... 5**
5
397
46
47
20
84*#
81 "
45'
56
5
280


218
50
185
313
65
452
296
248*
23
2,067
672
280
117
39
141
75
493
1,086
1,178
368
21
697
43
139
2
1
92
3
5,865
130
20
1,855
107
99
2,461
123
55**
25
571
84
62
26
696
139
60
226
15.
544'


51
1
65
221
23
395
40
72*
1
1,124
188
62
23
339
27
53
555
752
452
142
5
373
26
59

226

3,257
57
4
788
6
9
1,734
63
57
8
89

14
19
369..
21
36
83
9
256


2334
1
142
281
5
272
481
325*
23
1,445
359
172
77
165
105
77
437
863
851
206
20
559
44-
149
3

79
2
4,373
148
10
1,186
75
S64
1,685
94
266
16
489
86
46
17
626
140
54
139
14
412


o14
28
84
.134
6
1 48.,
109
122#
8
786
194
122
58
104
65
29
220
575
367
154
10
383
34
75
2

17

1,780
68
10
800
52
33
840
57
181
9
242
74
31
6
230
72
23
133
9
210




.4 l .1 *


- -RECAPITULATION OF


28- STATES'P-7
DISTRIBUTION, FLORIDA TANGERINES, BY STATES PAST 7 SEASONS


Stakes


I 1933-341 1932-33. 1931-32i


Alabama
Arkansas
Colorado
Connecticut
Dist. of Columbia
Florida
Georgia
Idaho
Illinois
Indiana
Iowa:
Kansas
Kentucky
Louisiana
Maine
Maryland
Massachusetts
Michigan
Minnesota
Mississippi
Missouri
Nebraska
New Jersey
New York
North Carolina
Ohio
Oklahoma
Oregoni
Pennsylvania
Rhode Island
South Carolina
South Dakota
Tennessee
Texas
Virginia
Washington
West Virginia
Wisconsin
Canada


4
1
3.
17
12

2

187
35
1
28
21
-
124
152
100
22

86
4
3
1,350
9
196


581
12
-**

15
3


2
12
11


9

42
21

11

174
74
8
3
37
21

136
202
117
33
1
46
6
2
1,239
10
217
1

523
16
3**
1
28

2##
1.
1
22
5


10

2 ..
37
33
1
8
1
170
73
32
4
15
35
1
132
156
115
31
1
62
3
5
909
13
209
5
. 5
542
22
1**

21

6+#
7

34
4


1927-28


TOTAL 2,999 3,017 2,705 3,041 793 1,823 705
** Florence not included.


# Petersburg and Richmond not
#* Petersburg not included.


included.


,


--


--1.


1930-311
12

2 ...
43
4s
4
26

228
92
14
9
24
5
1
152
168
108
4

52
2

1,034
18 ..
218
1
1
605
23
3**

36

79#*

1
21
7


1929-301
1

18
15


37
3




37
55
16


2


359
S39


183
11
iI


1

5


1
2


1928-291
2


33
20
1
8

121
8


5
7
3
127
137
56
2

9


572
10.
150


430
16
34

13

50

.2
2
5


3
10
w

30
2


4
-

52
33
10
1.

6
l

273
6
65


165
4
24

3
1.
9


3






29 -
RECAPITULATION OF DISTRIBUTION, FLORIDA MIXED


CITRUS., BY STATES PAST 7 SEASONS


States
Alabama
Arkansas
Colorado
Connecticut
Delaware
Dist. of Columbia
Florida
Georgia
Idaho
Illinois
Indiana
Iowa
Kansas
Kentucky
Louisiana
Maine
Maryland
Massachusetts
Michigan
Minnesota
Mississippi
Missouri
Montana -
Nebraska
Nevada
New Hampshire
SNew Jersey
New Mexico
New York
North Carolina
North Dakota
Ohio
"-Oklahoma
Oregon
Pennsylvania
Rhode Island
South Carolina
South Dakota
Tennessee
Texas
Utah
Vermont
Virginia
Washington
West Virginia
Wisconsin
Wyoming
Canada
TOTAL


I 1933-3i4
215
8
26
10
17
2t
112*

583
162
112
36
188
19
14
65
144
357
69
153
180
1
43
2
26
278
443
2
664
37
546
12
59**
1
654
21
2
3
255*#
8
133
65

36
5,822


I = I I


1929-301 1928-291 1927-28


j Jacksonville not


included.


* Does not include Savannah.
** Florence not included'.
*# Petersburg and Richmoid not


# Does not include Atlanta and Savannah.
included.


1932-33
203
28
1
104
18
36
104*

370
133
85
27
152
52
13
220

246
71
135
155
1
28

13
28

1,253
369
588
13.
1
863
78
70**
417
30
10
184*#
104
30

29
6,720


1931--32;
189

188
2
57
8
95*
1
416
143
68
17
161
47
17
206
442
306
65
J5

29
6
33
2,912
290
1.
519
31
1,016
67
42**
5
367
10
3
15
199*#
124
40

57
7,490


1930-311
445
75
13
206
12
34
67
233*
2
870
386
159
56
270
117
29
320
754
434
82
185
295
8
50
21
49
1,621
737
2
820
59
2
1,425
11b
325**
7
60o4
21
6
17
491*#
12
185
68
1
105
12,796


132
1
4
126
8
53
75
117*
481
88
8
14
166
32
25
329
584
189
14
59
.78

3
6
25
2,090
154
2
344

1,279
90
103
3
128

13
322
1
85
22

89
7,342


386
35
10
14o
17
70
159
377*
431
130
13
8
169
99
30
290
526
130
26
189
78
8
7
1
16
"30
2
1,656
506
1
474
4
5
845
91
381
1
420
36
1
26
443
3
135
23
1
60
8,489


218
14
4
108
4
31
55
167#
209
50
9
83
35
16
197
319
70
17
93
65
2




-4
'l





238
3
2
728
61
213
211
14
3
12
.239
2
22
35

58
5,163





- 30 -


UNLOADS OF ORANGES IN .66 CITIES FROM SEPTEMBER 1932 THRU AUGUST 1933
BY MONTHS AiND BY STATES OF ORIGIN.
193-2 C.ARLOTS 1933
STATE SEPT IOCT. IOV. IDEC. JAIN. 1 FEB. MASR. IAPR.. IMAY JUNE JULY AUG. | TOTAL


Akron
Florida
California
Others
Total
Albany


- 6 8
2 6 3

2 12 11


Florida 18 19 13 22 13 14 8 1 115
California 31 20 28 27 19 21 26 33 30 39 44 36 35
Others ... -
Total 31 20 35 45 38 34 48 46 44 47 45 36 469


da 30 76 29 44 36 46 23 4 1 289
ornia 25 27 4 10 10 14 90
s -379.
25 27 34 76 29 -5 36 46 23 14 11 14 379.


ia 2 73 148 117 118 134 120 136 loo00 24 972
ornia 86 104 67 31 19 22 20 19 23 50 77 89 607
a 1 1
s6 106 1)41 179 136 1)40 154 139 159 150 101 89 .158l


ham
da
ornia
s


- 1 16 56 37 32 27 31 26 12
18 14 3 1 1 2 13

18 15 19 56 37 32 28 32 28 25


1 .239
5 11 68

6 11 307


da 114 330 387 324 352 '298 316 192 20 2333
ornia 319 314 310 247 226 192 235 323 208 349 306 349 3378;
s 3 3
9 1 24 1 424. 5LCT 21 '.. p 1 JJ.'. n 21 .s 2 A.. 1 *26 .- 9 .. 1-


al .2 7 1104 A" R14 7 99-1 rrv R 11 126 34 r,1
geoort
rida 3 13 12 13 16 14 9 5 95
lifornia 15 17 11 11 10 10 12 17 9 13 9 11 145
ers -
tal 15 17 14 24 22 23 28 31 18 18 9 11 230


Buffalo
Florida 28 50 50 49 45 36 4 30 9 340
California 62 48 45 58 59 76 70 64 4 85 64 52 727
Others -- --
Total 62 48 73 108 109 125 115 100 87 115 73 52 1067
Chicago
Florida 3 56 183 174 I47 196 151 181 158 22 1271
California 298 387 300 407 273 365 372 345 381 457 377 352 4314
Others 4 71 39 2 .. 1 11
Total 298 394 427, 629 449 .513 568 46 562 615 399 352 5702


ancinnati
Florida 1 27 114 95 98 104 99 122 82 10 752
California 71 86 96 44 23 30 27 39 30 76 83 77 682
Others 2 20 7 29
Total 71 89 143 165 118 128 131: 138 152 158 93 77- ::1463


4 2
5 8

q 10


5 4

5 4


21
3 ;55
T7---7


Atlanta
Flori
Calif
Other
Total


Baltimo]
Floric
Calif
Others
Tnt.ni


,-- --
Birming
Flori
Calif
Other
Total
Boston
Flori
Calif
Other
mt- i


.Lo
Bridc
Fl
Ca
ot]
To'


O_


----


-- -- --


96 106 141 17q 136 146 194 139 159 150 101 99 -1992


--


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--


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31 -
UNLOADS OF ORANGES IN 66 CITIES FROM SEPTEMBER 1932 THRU AUGUST 1933
BY MONTES AND BY STATES OF ORIGIN.(CONT'D)


1932


CARLO:TS


1.9 3 3


STATE ISEPT OCT. JIO. IDEC. JAN.' IEB. MAR. APR. IMAY' IJNEIJULYIAUG. TOTAL
Cleveland
Florida 37 88 99 102 99 -110 111 71 1 71
California 80 104 116 111 88 97 92 107 106 136 113 116 1266
Others 2 20 1 37
Total 80 106 173 214 187 199 191 217 217 207 114 116 2021
Columbus
Florida 1 11 30 42 30 39 25 19 8 1 206
California 30 26 38 36 9 14 31 29 32 30 31 22 328
Others 1 1
Total 30 27 50 66 51 44 70 54 51 38 32 22 535
Dallas
Florida 1 9 7 17 5 2 41
California 34 30 34 39 27 30 35 31 40 28 28 23 379
Others 4 14 20 6 2 46
Total 34 30 38 53 47 37 46 38 57 33 30 23 466
Dayton
Florida 3 14 15 10 4 8 3 57
California 5 8 5 5 1 3 8 4 2 6 8 6 61
Others -
Total 5 8 8 19 16 13 12 12 5 6 8 6 118
Denver
Florida 1 3 4
California 26 31 35 54 39 44 50 51 52 60 36 32 510
Others 3 1 4
Total 26 31 35 57 4o 45 53 51- 52 60' 36 32 518
Des Moines
Florida 2 2 2 3 3 2 14
California 19 16 18 25 30 25 31 28 30 22 15 10 269
Others -
Total 19 16 20 25 32 27 34 31 32 22 15 10 283
Detroit
Florida 24 81 76 55 81 91 84 56 6:, 554
California 110 128 135 172 104 122 121 172 141 195. 152 147 .1699
Others 1 29 10 40
Total 110 129 188 263 180 177 202 263 225 251 158 147 2293
Duluth
Florida 3 6 4 2 2 2. 1 20
California 9 10 8 9 11 13 14 19 15 15. 15 12 150
Others -
Total 9 10 8 12 17 17 16 21 '17 16 15 12 170
El Paso
Florida -
California 8 8 10 12 8 12 8 9 11 3 5 5 99
Others 2 2
Total 8 -8 10 12 10 12 8 9 11 3 5 5 101
Evansville
Florida 4 25 7 13 14 7 6 2 78
California 7 9 7 6 8 4 5 8 3 7 6 5 75
Others 3 3
Total 7 9 11 34 15 17 19 15 9 9 6 5 156





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UNLOADS OF ORANGES IN 66 CITIES FROM SEPTEMBER 1932 THRU AUGUST 1933
BY MONTHS AND BY STATES OF ORIGIN.(CONT'D)
193 2 .. CARLOTS 1 9 3 3
STATE SEPT OCT. i10o. IDEC. iJA. IFEB. I~A. IAPR. MAY IJUNEIJULYIAUG. I TOTAL.
Fort Worth
Florida 2 2 1 2 4 11
California 10 11 8 17 11 9 16 12 18 11 13 12 148
Others 1 3 3 6 16
Total 10 12 11 20 14 17 18 .13 20 15 13 12 175
Grand Rapids
Florida 2 13 12 1 13 11 10 1 63
California 18 17 22 34 16 29 29 25 22 32 28 18 290
Other -
Total 18 17 24 47 28 30 42 36 32 33 28 18 353
Hartford
Florida 1 17 36 46 43 39 17 33 25 4 261
California 35 33 33 29 19 15 22 31 17 33 28 36 331
Others -
Total 35 3 50 65 5 6 48 50 58 32 36 92
Houston
Florida 1 1 3 3 8 5 21
California 29 34 '34 27 25 14 29 30 36 22 25 24 329
Others 2 2 9 4 17
Total . 29 34 34 29 28 24 36 33 4 27 25 24 367
Indianapolis
Florida - 6 46 40 47 40 37 32 15 2 265
California 38 46 47 49 23 14 38 34 30 52 50 35 456
Others 2 1 1 4
Total 38 46 55 96 63 61 78 71 63 67 52 35 725
Jacksonville
Florida 1 1 2 3 1 2 1 11
California 5 1 6
.Others -
Total 5 1 1 2 3 1 2 2 17
Kansas City
Florida 2 12 5 10 3 5 2 39
California 44 50 56 65 62 54 72 82 74 74 48 48 729
Others 3 5 8
Total 44 50 61 82 67 64 75 87 76 74 48 48 776
Lexington
Florida 4 19 11 9 6 8 2 1 60
California 5 6 2 4 2 4 4 27
Others -
Total 5 6 6 19 11 9 6 8 6 3 4 4 87
Los Angeles
Florida -
California 1 10 1 1 4 1 18
Others -. -
Total 1 10 1 1 4 1 18
Louisville
Florida 13 74 43 37 47 31 23 6 .274
California 24 27 16 11 6 6 4 7 16 40 23 20 200
Others -- -
Total 24 27 29 85 -49 43 51 38 39 16 23 20 --474




33 -
UNLOADS OF ORANGES IN 66 CITIES FROM SEPTEMBER 1932 THRU AUGUST 1933
BY MONIMTS AD BY STATElS OF ORIGIN.(CONT'D)
1932 2CARLOS 1933
STATE ISEPTIOCT. I-0V. IDEC. jJAlT. FEBM. IMAR. APR. IMAY IJUNEIJULY AU. I TOTAL
Memphis
Florida 16 55 32 44 40 26 23 13 249
California 18 20 19 16 8 8 6 17 14 28 17 17 188
Others 1 1
Total 18 20 35 72 40 52 46 43 37 41 17 17 438
Milwaukee
Florida 4 11 9 12 15 10 8 4 73
California 34 41 52 90 51 63 76 74 81 85 58 49 75
Others 4 3 7
Total 34 41 56 105 60 78 91 84 89 89 58 9 834
Minneapolis
Florida 3 4 3 1 19
California 28 40 50 69 67 52 73 72 78 69 48 42 688
Others -
Total 28 4o 53 77 67 56 73 72 81 70 48 42 707
Nashville
Florida 3 26 79 49 47 49 39 19 14 325
California 13 14 2 9 10 8 10 66
Others 1 1
Total 13 17 28 80 49 47 49 39 28 24 8 10 392
Newark
Florida 8 24 31 35 18 21 20 1 158
California 16 15 2 5 4 9 1 1 12 9 10 88
Others -
Total 16 15 10 29 35 39 27 22 21 13 9 10 246
New Haven
Florida 5 19 24 26 14 6 9 8 111
California 16 24 18 9 8 5 9 12 9 15 23 29 177
Others -
Total 16 24 23 28 32 31 23 18 18 23 23 29 288
New Orleans
Florida 3 11 53 59 95 96 81 87 83 3 571
California 49 35 5 1 1 3 12 35 28 169
Others 16 21 13 50
Total 49 38 32 75 72 95 96 82 90 95 38 28 790
New York
Florida 2 319 1021 1165 1250 1326 1185 1516 1303 345 2 9434
California 1122 1113 988 488 414 361 411 441 539 652 715 1171 8415
Others 1 4 37 15 10 9 1 77
Total 1123 1119 1344 1524 1 89 1620 1738 1626 2055 1955 1060 1173 17926
Norfolk
Florida 10 22 22 21 18 22 21 7 143
California 11 5 4 1 1 8 2 32
Others -
Total 11 5 14 22 22 22 18 23 21 7 8 2 175
Oklahoma City
.Florida 1 3 4 4 4 2 1 19
California 17 17 17 22 14 24 18 34 21 17 26 11 238
Others 1 4 5
Total 17 17 19 29 18 28 22 36 21 18 26 11 262





UNLOADS OF ORANGES IN 66 CITIES FROM-SEPTEMBER 1932 THRU AUGUST 1933
BY MONTHS AND BY STATES OF ORIGIN. (CONT'D)
1 9 3 2 CARLOTS 1 9 3 3
STATE ISEPTIOCT. JIIOV. IDEC. jjAN. IFEB. MAR. ]APR. IMAY JUNE JULY AUG. I TOTAL

Florida 1 2 2 5
California 16 22 35 42 30 28 55 45 39 49 26 26 413
Others 1 8 9
Total 16 22 37 50 32 30 55 45 39 49 26 26 427
Peoria
Florida 3 1 1 3 3 3 14
California 15 20 24 24 31 18 32 36 30 38 21 21 310
Others -
Total 15 20 27 25 32 21 32 39 33 38 21 21 324
Philadelvhia
Florida 1 145 460 460 425 5o4 487 571 258 44 2 3357
California 273 338 234 88 61 74 79 104 85 260 297 340 2233
Others 1 12 13
Total 273 340 391 548 521 499 583 591 656 518 341 342 56.03
Pittsburgh
Florida 29 96 93 75 90 91 103 44 5 1 627
California 89 125 ll4 114 66 73 86 115 128 163 130 126 1329
Others 1 15 3 19
Total 89 126 158 213 159 148 176 206 231 207 135 127 1975
Portland. Me.
Florida 6 14 6 11 7 7 5 3 59
California 16 14 20 22 19 19 16 29 21 23 29 37 265
Others -
Total 16 14 26 36 25 30 23 36 26 26 29 37 324
Portland.Orea.
Florida -
California 32 32 33 77 59 78 97 101 125 78 49 45 806
Others -
Total 32 32 33 77 59 78 .. 97 101 125 78 49 45 806
Providence
Florida 20 38 43 33 47 42 42 33 15 313
California 25 36 34 16 17 14 26 21 17 27 31 28 292
Others - -
Total 25 36 4 54 6o 47 73 63 59 60 46 28 605
Richmond
Florida 12 47 39 40 40 30 21 14 1 244
California 11 17 6 2 2 1 4 4 9 10 11 77
Others -
Total 11 17 18 49 39 42 41 34 25 23 11 11 321
Rochester
Florida 7 23 30 31 28 20 32 20 7 198
California 32 30 38 39. 32 28.- 37 47 34 43 36 36 432
Others 1 1
Total 32 30 46 62 62 59 65 67 66 63 43 36 631
St. Louis
Florida 14 34 26 32 43 29 45 25 1 249
California 87 99 96 167 74 121 112 107 105 140 90 91 "1289
Others 1 18. 13. 2 3 37
Total 87 100 128 214: 102 156 155 136 150 165 91 91 1575.




35 -
UNLOADS OF ORANGES IN 66 CITIES FROM SEPTEBER 1932 THRU AUGUST 1933
BY MONTES AND BY STATES OF ORIGIN.(CONT'D)
1932 CARLOTS 193J3


STATE JSEPT|OCT. INOV. DEY IJA.FEB. JF AR. APR. IMAY IJNE IJULYIAUG. I TOTAL
St. Paul
Florida 6 1 7
California 28 25 28 37 31 40 44 47 46 37 26 27 416
Others .. 3
Total .. 28 25 31 37 37 41 4 47 .. 46 37 26 27 426


Salt Lake City
Florida
California
Others
Total
San Antonio


2 13

2 13


8 33 28 26 28 24 22 25 19 18

8 33 28 2 -28 24 22 25 19 18


246


Florida 3 5 7 3 2 20
California 26 28 27 15 19 14 19 20 34 19 20 22 263
Others 3 2 .3 2 10
Total 26 28 27 18 21 17 24 25 -1 22 22 22 293


San Frar
Flori
Calif
Other
Total


ncisc a
da -
ornia 28 22 16 17 49 99 81 61 41 26 31 16 487

28 22 16 17 49 99 81 61 1 26 31 16 4


Seattle
Florida -
California 44 55 64 67 86 198 151 103 99 74 69 53,, .1063
Others. -. -.N -. t -
Total ..... 44 55 64 67 86 198 151 103 99 74 69 53 1063
Shreveport
Florida 3 3 4 3 13
California 10 9 17 -6 g 4 9 6 8 4 9 101
Others - 1 - - - 2
Total 10 11 9 18 6 12 4 12 10 11 4 9 1i6
Sioux City
Florida 3 1 1 5
California 7 8 13 17 17 11 21 20 22 17 20 4 177
Others 1 -
Total 7 8 14 17 20 12 21 21 22 17 20 4 183
Spokane
Florida -
California 3 2 7 6 1 1 3 10 3 4 3 43
Others --
Total 3 2 7 6. 1 1 3 10 343
Springfield.Mass.
Florida 7 9 15 21 16 14 18 4 104
California 21 27 20 28 21 13 21 31 29 34 18 26 289
Others -
Total 21 27 27 37 36 34 37 45 47 3s 18 26 393
Syracuse
Florida 2 9 27 28 27 18 13 11 1 136
California 25 25 35 60 25 26 28 28 23 30 43 25 373
Others- --
Total 25 25 37 69 52 54 55 46 36 41 41 25 509


jTi~


-- --








36 -
UNLOADS OF ORANGES IN 66 CITIES FROM SEPTEMBER 1932 THRU AUGUST 1933
BY MONTHS AN~ BY STATES OF 'ORIGIN.(COiT'D)
1 9 3 2 CARLOTS 19 3 3
STATE I) SEPT OCT, f0V. IDEC. IJA. JFE3B .MAR. IAPR. IMAY IJUTNEJULYAUG. TOTAL
Tama
Florida -
California 3 1 4
Others -
Total 3 1 4
Terre Haute
Florida 2 6 1 3 12
California 2 1 1 10 3 2 2 5 3 3 3 1 36
Others -
Total 2 1 1 10 5 8 3 8 3 3 3 1 4
Toledo
Florida 2 5 12 16 3 8 2 4
California 14 13 20 32 14 24 35 31 46 24 21 22 296
Others - -
Total 1 13 22 37 26 40 38 39 48 24 21 22 344
Washinat on
Florida 32 71 59 67 62 64 65 3 6 479
California 57 60 33 25 18 19 16 28 27 41 48 51 423
others ---
Total 57 60 65 96 77 86 78 92 92 94 75 .51 902
Worcester
Florida -
California 2 1 2 5 4 1 3 5 2 4 2 1 32
Others -
Total 2 1 2 5 4 1 3 5 2 4 2 1 32
Youngstown
Florida 2 1 10 10 11 5 1 40
California 11 16 22 20 14 16 17 21 26 22 21 15 221
Others -
Total 11 16 24 21 24 26 28 26 27 22 21 15. 261





37 -
UNLOADS OF GRAPEFRUIT IN 66 CITIES FROM SEPTEMBER 1932 THRU AUGUST 1933
BY MONTHS AiND BY STATES OF ORIGIN.


CABLOTS


1 93


STATE ISEPTIOCT. INOV. IDEC. IJAJT. IFEB. IMAR. APR. IMAY IJUNEIJULYIAUG. I TOTAL
Akron
Florida 2 2 1 1 2 -
California -
Texas -
Others -
Total 22 1 1 2 8
A1)=a
Florida 2 11 14 10 14 22 10 8 99
California -
Texas -
Others --
Total 2 11 8 14 10 14 22 10 99
Atlanta
Florida 1 1 13 4 11 9 11 11 14 3 2 0
California -
Texas -
Others -
Total 1 1 13 4 11 9 11 11 14 3 2 80
Baltimore
Florida 2 24 44 59 55 64 81 67 50 31 13 490
California -
Texas 1 1
Others 7 -*- 7
Total 9 24 45 59 55 64 81 67 50 31 13 498
Birmingham
Florida 1 3 4 7 3 5 4 2 7 3 2 41
California -
Texas -
Others -
Total 1 3 4 7 3 5 4 2 7 3 2 41
Boston
Florida 1 31 111 104 155 154 171 14S 174 107 16 2 1174
California 3 1 1 2 5 12
Texas 1 2 2 5
Others 7 12 - 2 21
Total 11 44 113 107 156 154 171 148 174 107 18 9 1212
Bridge-ort
Florida 1 3 11 5 8 4 9 5 3 49
California -
Texas -
Others --
Total 1 3 11 5 8 4 9 5 3 49
Buffalo
Florida 3 25 28 32 40 30 47 27 28 7 3 270
California 1 1 1 3
Texas 1- 2 3
Others 3 - -. 3
Total 3 28 30 33 42 3 3 4 0 47 27 28 7 3 1 279


1 9 3 2





38 -
UNLOADS OF.GRAPEFRUIT IN.66 CITIES FROM SEPTEMBER 1932 TIRU AUGUST 1933
BY MONTHS AND BY STATES OF ORIGIN. (CONT'D)


19 3 2


CARROTS


19 3 3


ISEPTIOCT. IOV. IDEC. IJAT. IFEB. MAR. IAPR. IMAY IJ TEIJULYAUG. I TOTAL


Chicano
Florida
California
Texas
Others
Total
Cincinnati
Florida
California
Texas
Others
Total
Cleveland
Florida
California
Texas
Others
Total


2 58 74 64 149 107 213 172 163 119
1 3 4 3 1 1
- 57 133 102 103 73 25 -
26 2 5 2 1 -
29 120 211 174 255 180 239 172 163 120.


1 16 42 45 50 54 83 49 61 38

- 3 1 -
8 9 -.
9 25 .45 46 50 54 83 49 61 38

1 25 55 55 74 53 84 67 49 29
- 1 -
- 1 10 8 13 2 1 -
4 6 .. .1 -
5 33 65 63 87 55 85 68 49 29


43 25 1189
- 3 16
- 493
- 1 37
3 29 1735


17 2 458

- 4
1 18
17 3 480


5 9 506
- 1
- 35
- 11 2.
5 9 553 .


Columbus
Florida
California
Texas


2 16 13 24 20 20 30 22 13 7

- 1 1 -


Others -. -
Total .2 17 13 25 20. 20 30 ..22 ,13 7 1 170


Dallas
Florida
California
Texas
Others
Total


S2 7 5 8

4 6 11 26 16 41 8 1 -
7 6- 26 6 4 10 8 5- -
7 6 11 26 16 41 10 S 5. 8


2 1 25

113
- 3
2 1 141


Dayton
Florida
California
Texas


Other
Total


- 2 5 2 1 3 5 -



S..- 2 5 2 1 3 5. -


24.


inver
Florida 2 2 3 5 19 21 21 19 2 94
California 1 2 4 5 1 1 14
Texas 13 17 15 19 5 69
Others 3 2 3 .. 4 4 6 1 23
Total 3 18 22 21 .31 15 25 22 21 19 2 1 200


Des Moines
Florida
California
Texas
Others
Total..


1 3 2 1 3 16 15 9 4
3 -
- 3 14 5 14 4 -

3 4' 17 7 15 7 16 15 9 4


1 55
- 2 .5
1 2 100

1 2 100


STATE


1 -


168'

2


3De


1 93


-- ---


I


F


7 6. 11' 26 16 41 lo- 8 5. 9


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39 -
UNLOADS OF GRAPEFRUIT IN 66 CITIES FROM SEPTEMBER 1932 THRU AUGUST 1933
BY MONTHS AND BY STATES OF ORIGIN.(CONT'D)


1932


CARLOTS


1933


ISEPTIOCT. INOV. IDEC. IJAIT. IFEB. IAR. JAPR. IMAY IJUE IJULYIAUG. I TOTAL


Detroit
Florida 1 25 62 65 70 70 104 88 92 48 18 5 648
California 1 1 2
Texas 7 18 12 26 10 3 76
Others 10 7 17
Total 12 39 80 77 96 80 107 88 92 48 18 6 743
Duluth i
Florida 1 1 1 5 4 2 3 17
California - -
Texas 2 2 2 7 1 1 15
Others -
Total 2 3 3 8 6 5 2 3 32
El Paso
Florida -
California 1 1
Texas 2 5 4 4 2 3 20
Others 1 1 2
Total 2 5 4 4 2 3 1 1 1 23
Evansville
Florida 2 3 4 3 6 2 2 3 25
California 1 1
Texas -
Others -
Total 3 3 4 3 6 2 2 3 26
Fort Worth
Florida 1 1 2 7 1 2 14
California -
Texas 1 4 2 6 14 26 3 56
Others -
Total 1 4 2 6 14 26 4 1 2 7 1 2 70
Grand Rapids
Florida 8 14 8 23 15 19 15 11 3 116
California -
Texas 1 3 9 2 15
Others -
Total 8 15 11 32 17 19 15 11 3 131
Hartford
Florida 5 14 14 24 20 20 15 13 5 4 134
California 1 1
Texas -
Others -
Total 5 14 14 24 20 20 15 13 5 4 1 135
Houston
Florida 1 2 6 -
California 1 3
Texas 21 19 34 32 6 112
Others -
Total 21 19 34 32 7 2 6 1 3 125


STATE


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UNLOADS OF GRAPEFRUIT IN 66 .CITIES FROM SEPTEMBER 1932 THRU AUGUST 19335
S-Y MONTHS AID BY STARTS OF ORIGIN. (CONT'D)

19 3 2 CARLOTS 1 93 3
STATE SEPT IOCT. INOV. |DEC. IJA ..IFEB. |MAB. IAPR. IMAY IJUIEIJULYIAUG. I TOTAL
Indianaolis
Florida 8 6 8 18 22 27 31 28 11 2 161
California 2 2 1 1 1 1 8
Texas 5 19 15 16 17 1 73
Others 3 3 1 7
Total 5 16 27 23 35 40 29 32 29 11 2 249
Jacksonville
Florida 1 4 6 r 3 13 12 22 61
California -
Texas -
Others -- -
Total 1 4 6 3 13. 12 22 61
Kansas City
Florida 2 2 2 12 5 39 45 39 21 11 3 181
California 2 1. 2 5
Texas 22 42. 27 39 26 2 158
Others 4 1 2 1 8
Total 8" 25 42 29 52 35 41 4 39 21 11 4 352
Lexington
Florida 1 4 2 2 2 2 2 15
California -
Texas -
Others -
Total 1 2 2 2 2 2 15
Los Angeles
Florida -
California 1 1 1 1 5
Texas -
Others .- 3 1 1 4 1 6 16
Total 1 1 3 1 2 1 6 1 21
Louisville
Florida 13 16 8 23 24 22 21 19 6 152
California -
Texas 1 4 2 7
Others -
Total 1- 20 10 23 24 22. 21 19 6 159
Memphis
Florida 2 1 3 4 5 13 22 13 13 10 2 1 gg9
California 1 2
Texas 5 8 3 2 2 20
Others 3 .- --. 3
Total 5 6 11 8 7. 15 22 13 13 10 2 2 114
Milwaukee
Florida 1 6 5 14 10 33 24 20 11 .1 .125
California .- 1 3 -
Texas .- 9 31 *24 18 17 4 .. .103
Others "- -
Total 1- 10 37 30 35 27 37 24 20 11 1 232





41 -
UNLOADS OF GRAPEFRUIT IN 66 CITIES FROM SEPTEMBER 1932 THRU AUGUST 1933
BY MONTHS AND BY STATES OF ORIGIN.(CONT'D)


1932


CARLOTS


1 9 3 3


STATE ISEPTIOCT. INOV. IDEC. IJAN. FEB. IAR. IAPR. IMAY JUNEIJULYIAUG. I TOTAL
Minneapolis
Florida 2 8 1 6 12 15 34 33 26 19 156
California -
Texas 15 35 31 29 11 2 123
Others 1 2 -3
Total 3 23 36 37 41 28 36 33 26 19 282
Nashville
Florida 1 5 11 6 10 9 8 13 13 6 1 83
California -
Texas -
Others -
Total 1- 5 11 6 10 9 8 13 13 6 1 83
Newark
Florida 1 7 5 2 8 9 4 9 45
California -
Texas -
Others -
Total 1 7 5 2 8 9 9 45
New Haven
Florida 1 8 6 12 4 7 1 1 4O
California -
Texas -
Others --.. -
Total 1 8 6 12 4 7 1 1 -40
New Orleans
Florida 4 11 12 15 22 18 24 27 30 9 10 182
California -
Texas -
Others 9 9
Total 9 4 11 12 15 22 18 24 27 30 9 10 191
New York
Florida 4 173 432 524 583 560 738 649 782 461 319 111 5336
California 1 1
Texas 2 12 6 1 21
Others 243 198 23 5 3 1 1 1 32 507
Total 248 371 457 541 589 564 739 650 783 461 319 143 5865
Norfolk
Florida 4 3 4 3 6 9 9 6 4 4 52
California -
Texas -
Others -
Total 3 4 3 6 9 9 6 4 4 52
Oklahoma City
Florida 1 1 1 7 8 6 9 5 3 41
California 2 .- 4 6
Texas 1 6 5 4 7 5 28
0-thers 1 1 2 4
Total 5 6 9 5 7 7. 7 10 6 9 5 3 79





42 -
UNLOAiS OF GRAPEFRUIT IN 66C.ITIES FROM SEPTEMBER 1932 THRU AUGUST 1933
BY MONTHS AND.BY STATES OF ORIGIN. (CONT'D)


1 9 3 2


CAJLOTS


1933


[SEPT OCT. [NOV. IDEC. IJAT. IFEB. MAR. IAP. IAY I JUE I JULY I AUG. I TOTAL


Omaha
Florida 1 6 13 15 13 8 3 59
California 3 1 1 1 5 11
Texas 7 19 13 20 8 7 74
Others 2 1 3
Total 5 8 20 14 21 14 20 15 13 8 4- 5 147
Peoria
Florida 2 4 5 5 10 7 4 1 1 39
California -
Texas 4 4 4 5 3 1 21
Others -
Total 4 6 8 10 8 11 7 4 1 1 60
Philadelphia
Florida 57 127 160 175 175 204 215 190 87 42 14 1446
California -
Texas -
Others 8 17 2 1 1 29
Total 8 74 129 161 175 175 204 215 190 87 43 14 1475
Pittsburgh
Florida 1 19 47 54 60 56 72 65 53 25 12 5 469
California -
Texas 3 16 6 3 1 29
Others 4 12 1 17
Total 5 34 63 60 63 57 72 65 53 26 12 5 515
Portland. Me.
Florida 3 2 6 4 3 7 5 1 2 33
California 2 2
Texas 2 4 6 1 3 1 17
Others -- -- -
Total 4 7 8 7 7 4 7 5 1 2 52
Portland. Oreg.
Florida 2 4 10 8 10 7 5 3 5 1 55
California 3 11 15 5 -9 18 8 10 15 7 5 10 116
Texas 1 1 2
Others 1 1
.Total 3 15 19 16 17 28 15 15 18 12 6 10 174
Providence
Florida 2 11 17 18 11 20 14 13 8 5 119
California -
Texas -
Others -
Total 2 11 17 18 11 20 14 13 8 5 119
Richmond
Florida 7 8 17 7 7 16 14 9 2 87
California -
Texas -
Others -
Total 7 8 17 7 7 16 14 9 2 87


STATE


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43. -
UNLOADS OF GRAPEFRUIT IN 66 CITIES FROM SEPTEMBER 1932 THRU AUGUST 1933
BY MONTHS AND BY STATES OF ORIGIN(CONT'D.)


19 2


CAPLOTS


1933


STATE SEPT IOCT. NOV. IDEC. I JA. I FEB.I MAR. I APR. I Y IUEJ I JULY AUG. I TOTAL
Rochester
Florida 10 16 17 26 20 23 21 21 9 3 166
California -
Texas 2 1 1 2 6
Others -
Total 10 18 18 27 22 23 21 21 9 3 172
St. Louis
Florida .3 4 7 16 19 55 55 54 37 12 4 266
California 1 1
Texas 27 59 37 52 49 24 248
Others 12 7 1 20
Total 13 37 63 44 "68 68 79 55 54 37 12 5 535
St. Paul
Florida 2 1 5 13 10 15 3 3 52
California 1 1
Texas 4 17 23 19 15 2 2 82
Others 1 1 2 --- 4
Total 1 5 19 23 20 21 17 12 15 3 3 139
Salt Lake City
Florida 4 2 .2 4 1 4 1 1 19
California 1 2 3
Texas -
Others 1 1
Total 5 5 2 4 1 4 1 1 23
San Antonio
Florida 1 6 7
California -
Texas 7 13 3 2 25
Others -
Total 7 13 3 2 1 6 32
San Francisco
Florida -
California 18 12 18 10 22 14 14 17 1-7 13 17 9 181
Texas -
Others 4 1 14 11 .9 18 14 10 11 108
Total 18 16 35 24 33 23 32 31 27 24 17 9 289
Seattle
Florida .- 3 7 8 12 6 7 11 5 7 66
California 8 11 17 13 14 12 19 14 9 12 9 8 146
Texas 2 1 1 1 5
Others- -
Total 8 16 25 22 27 18 26 25 14 19 9 S 217
Shreveport
Florida 1 1 3 4 2 1 2 14
California -
Texas 1 1 2 2 6
Others -
Total 2 1 2 2 1 3 4 2 1 2 20






44 -
UNLOADS OF GRAPEFRUIT IN 66 CITIES FROM SEPTEMBER 1932 THRU AUGUST 1933
*BY MONTHS AND BY STATES OF ORIGIN(CONT'D)
1 9 3 2 CARLOTS 19 33
STATE ISEPTIOCT.INOV. DEC.|iJAiN. B. MAR. APR. MAY TJIE JULY AUG. TOTAL
Sioux City
Florida 1 2 2 2 8 8 7 3 3 1 37
California 2 2
Texas 4 7 3 6 1 21
Others 1 1
Total 1 6 7 3 11 3 8 8 7 3 3 1 61
Spokane
Florida 1 1 1 4 2 1 4 14
California 1 1 1 3
Texas 2 1 3
Others -
Total 1 4 3 1 4 2 1 4 20
Springfield,Mass.
Florida 2 11 7 6 6 7 '6 2 47
California 1 -
Texas -
Others -
Total 2 11 7 6 6 7 6 2 .1 48
Syracuse
Florida 4 11 10 12 9 13 10 5 4 3 81
California 1 1 2
Texas -
Others -
Total 4 12 10 12 9 13 10 6 4 3 83
Tamp .
Florida -
California -
Texas .- .- -
Others -
Total 0
Terre Haute
Florida 1 1 3 1 1 1 1 9
California -
Texas -
Others -
Total 1 1 3 1 1 1 1 9
Toledo
Florida 4 4 10 13 8 10 12 9 70
California -
Texas -
Others -
Total 4 4 0 13 8 10 12 9 70
Washington
Florida 1 16 28 29 37 28 35 30 24 12 1 241
California - -
Texas -
Others -
Total 1 16 28 29 37 28 35 30 24 12 1 241




45 -
UNLOADS OF GRAPEFRUIT IN 66 CITIES FROM SEPTEMBER 1932 THRU AUGUST 1933
BY MONTHS AND BY STATES OF ORIGIN.(COT'D)
19 32 CARITS .1933
STATE ISEPTIOCT. IOV. IDEC. IJAN1. FEB I. I. APR. IMAY IJUNEIJULYIAUG. TOTAL
Worcester
Florida -
California -
Texas -
Others .
Total -
Youngstown
Florida 1 11 7 8 10 11 7 4 59.
California -
Texas - - - - - - -
Others -
Total 1 11 7 8 10 11 7 4 59






UNLOADS OF FLORIDA TANGERINES IN 66 CITIES FROM NOVEMBER 1932 THRU APRIL 1933

1 9 3 2 CARLOTS 1.9 3 3
CITY NOV. DEC. i JA. FEB. l MAR. APR. TOTAL
Akron 0
Albany 1 5 4 1 11
Atlanta 5 3- 8
Baltimore 8 45 4 44 30 4 175
Birmingham 1 1
Boston 12 62 65 36 40 3 218
Bridgeport 2 4 3 2 2 13
Buffalo 16 10 5 4 35
Chicago 3 45 74 49 22 2 195
Cincinnati 3 25 29 19 11 87
Cleveland 21 34 29 11 99
Columbus 2 3 2 2 9
Dallas 1 1
Dayton 1 1
Denver 3 3
Des Moines -
Detroit 1 27 43 22 15 108
Duluth 0
El Paso 0
Evansville 1 2 1 1 5
Fort Worth 0
Grand Rapids 6 11 17
Hartford 8 9 6 6 29
Houston 0
Indianapolis 12 10 2 4 1 29
Jacksonville 0
Kansas City 1 1 3 7 3 15









UNLOADS OF FLORIDA TANGERINES IN 66 CITIES FROM NOVEMBER 1932 THRU APRIL 1933
CONTINUED -
1 9 3 2 CABLOTS 1 933
CITY 1 NOV. I DEC. JA. I FEB. MAR. I APR. TOTAL


Lexington 2 1 3
Los Angeles 0
Louisville 1 7 12 7 4 1 32
Memphis 1 2 3
Milwaukee 8 12 11 5 36
Minneapolis 1 10 10 8 2 31
Nashville 1 4 4 9
Newark 0
New Haven 2 1 2 1 6
New Orleans 1 3 6 15 7 1 33
New York 67 305 287 401 229 50 1339
Norfolk 1 1 2
Oklahoma 1 1
6maha 2 1 2 1 6
Peoria 2 3 5
Philadelphia 21 99 97 S4 60 5 366
Pittsburgh 9 35 58 33 17 5 157
Portland, Me. 0
Portland, Oreg. 0
Providence 9 6 5 3 22
Richmond 3 7 5 2 17
Rochester 1 15 9 10 5 .40
St. Louis 10 11 7 8 1 37
St. Paul 3 1 1 1 6
Salt Lake City 0
San Antonio 0
San Francisco 0
Seattle 1 1
Shreveport 1 1
Sioux City 0
Spokane 0
Springfield, Mass. 0
Syracuse 2 3 4 1 10
Tampa 0
Terre Haute 0
Toledo 3 3 6
Washington 2 12 7 1 22
Worcester 0
Youngstown 1 7 8





-.47 -
UNLOADS OF MIXED CITRUS FRUIT IN 29 PRINCIPAL MARKETS FROM SEPTEMBER
1932 THRU AUGUST 1933 BY MONTHS AND BY STATES OF ORIGIN

1 9 3 2 CARLOTS 1 9 3 3
STATE ISEPTIOCT. INOV..IDEC. IJ|UJ. IFEB. MAR, .AP R. IMAY JUNE JULYAUG. I TOTAL
Atlanta
Florida 12 18 8 9 9 2 1 59
California 4 2 1 2 2 11
Texas 0
Others -
Total 4 12 20 8 9 9 3 2 70
Baltimore
Florida 1 6 11 7 7 8 3 3 54
California 1 1
Texas 0
Others -. -.- 0
Total 6 11 8 8 7 8 3 3 55
Boston
Florida 3 17 43 17 22 17 25 6 1. 151
California 3 1 3 2 1 2 1 4 13 30
Texas 0
Others 0
Total 3 4 20 45 17 .23 19 26 6 5 .13 181
Chicago
Florida 11 52 51 49 52 36 40 32 3 1 327
California 10 3 5 4 1 4 3 1 1 8 11 12 63
Texas 1 2 4 12 19
Others 1 2 1 4
Total 10 3 18 60 56 65 56 37 41 40 14 13 413
Cincinnati
Florida 15 51 42 41 32 17 17 5 220
California 1 1 3 1 2 2 3 13
Texas 0
Others-. -
Total 1 16 51 42 44 32 18 17 7 2 3 233
Cleveland
Florida 5 6 7 4 7 2 31
California 0
Texas 2 2
QOthers 0
Total- 5 6 7 6 7 2 33
Dallas
Florida 0
California 0
Texas 0
Others 0
Total -. - 0
Denver
Florida 0
California 4 4 5 2 2 1 4 2 2 26
Texas. 1 1 2
Others 0
Total 4 4 5 3 3 1 4 2 2 28





4g -
- -UNLOADS OF--MIXED CITRUS FRUIT'IN g9 PRINCIPAL MARKETS FROM SEPTEMBER
1932 THRU AUGUST 1933 BY MONTHS AND BY .STATES OF ORIGIN.(CONT'D)


q1 97


CARLOTS


1 93


ISEPTIOCT. INOV. IDEC. IJAN. IFEB. IMAR. IAPR. IMAY IJU EIJULYIAUG. I TOTAL


Detroit
Florida 1 9 25 24 32 25 27 10 17 1 171
California 3 2 2 1 1 2 1 2 14
Texas 5 3 -
Others -
Total 3 3 9 30 29 32 26 28 12 17 2 2 193
Fort Worth
Florida 0
California 1 2 1 4
Texas 5 13 2 4 4 2
Others -- 0
Total 5 13 2 4 4 1 2 1 32
Indianapolis
Florida 0
California 0
Texas 0
Others 0
Total 0
Kansas City
Florida 1 11 2 14
California 1 1 1 3
Texas 3 3
Others 0
Total 2 15 2. 1 20
Los Angeles
Florida 0
California 0
Texas 0
Others .. -
Total -- - 0
Milwaukee
Florida 1 2 1 3 1 8
California 1 2 3
Texas 0
Others -0
.Total : 1 2 2. 3 1 2 11
Minneapolis
.Florida 2 7 2 4 1 16
-California 2 2 2 3 4 4 1 1 19
.Texas 1 2 1 *
Others 0
Total 2 5 11- 6 5 1 1 39
Newark .
-Florida 0
California 0
.Texas 0
Others -. -' -
S'Total 0
*Not available.


STATE


2 CARLOTS 1 9 1





- 49 -


UNLOADS OF MIXED CITRUS FRUIT IN 29 PRINCIPAL MARKETS FROM SEPTEMBER
1932 THRU AUGUST 1933 BY MONTHS AND BY STATES OF ORIGIN.(CONT'D)


S702


1-. J .UJU I -


AQTOTSr C


STATE
New Orleans
Florida
California
Texas
Ot4,.


ISEPTIOCT.INOV. I EC. IJAN. IFEB. MAR. IAPR. MAY IJ JULYIAUG.I TOTAL


- 1 3 4 3 4 -
- 1 2 2

) 14 1l 36 2 U -


15
5
0
87


Us. 0 *
Total 4 15 36 27 7 7 3 6 2 107
New York
Florida 1 112 244 201 117 95 52 37 14 5 878
California -0
Texas 0
Others 0
Total 1 112 244 201 117 95 52 37 14 5 87
Omaha
Florida 4 4 2 1 11
California -0
Texas 1 1 2
Others 0
Total 5 5 2 1 13
Philadelphia
Florida 1 65 116 84 65 76 24 27 27 9 494
California 1 1 1 3
Texas 0
Others -- 0
Total 1 1 65 116 84 65 76 24 27 27 10 1 497
Pittsburgh
Florida 5 14 20 29 43 20 21 11 4 167
California 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 6
Texas 1 1 2
Others -- -. 0
Total 1 6 14 21 31 44 20 21 11 5 1 175
Portland, Oreg.
Florida 0
California 1 1 3 2 5 1 1 14
Texas 0
Others 0
Total 1 1 3 2 5 1 1 14
St. Louis
Florida 5 15 26 18 22 16 13 4 2 121
California 2 4 1 3 4 1 2 1 3 2 1 24
Texas 2 1 3 2 2 1 11
Others 1 1
Total 2 6 8 21 32 21 25 16 14 7 4 1 157
St. Paul *
Florida 1 1
California 0
Texas 1 1
Others 0
Total 1 1 2
Not available.


- -


1 q 9 '









50 -

UNLOADS OF MIXED CITRUS FRUIT IN 29 PRINCIPAL MARKETS FROM SEPTEMBER
1932 THRU AUGUST 1933 BY MONTHS AND BY STATES OF ORIGIN.(CONT'D)

1 193 2 CARLOTS 1 9 3-3
STATE I SEPTOCT. INOV. IEC. IJAN.IFEB. MAR. IAPR.IMAY IJUNE JULYIAUG. I TOTAL


alJT, IljLC Lije Ciy
Florida
California
Texas
Others
Total


'
-
I. r r r r r r r
- r r r
,,, I r


0


San Francisco
Florida 0
California 4 1 4 1 4 5 6 3 1 29
Texas 0
Others .- 0
Total 4 1 4 1 4 5 6 3 1 29
Seattle
Florida 0
California 1 1
Texas 0
Others 0
Total 1 1
Spokane *
Florida 1 1
California 1 1 1 1 -
Texas 0
Others 0
Total 1 1 2 1 5
Washington
Florida 3 1 2 2 2 1 1 12
California 0
Texas 0
Others 0
Total 3 1 2 2 2 1 1 12


Not available.


r
r
r
-
r





51 -

UNLOADS OF ORANGES IN 28 CITIES FROM SEPTEMBER 1933 THRU MAY 1934,
BY MONTHS AND BY STATES OF ORIGIN
1 9 3 1 CARLOTS 1 9 3 4
* .SATE ISEPT.I OCT.I NOV. IDEC.l JAN. FEB. MAR.I APR.I MAY TOTAL


Atlanta
Florida
California
Others
Total


Baltimore
Florida
California
Others
Total
Boston
Florida
California
Others
Total


'Chicago
Florida
California
Others
Total


Cincinnati
Florida
California
Others
Tot.al


- 5 14 33 17 24 18 13 9
27 15 1 5

27 20 15 33 17 24 18 13 147


- 9 69 127 112 129 134 105 92
82 96 56 13 9 9 -13 25 27

82 105 125 14o 121 138 147 130 119


1 152 361 403 374 360 319 232
322 313 316 189 162 139 239 241 208
22- 1 -40
322 314 468 550 566 513 599 560 14140


5 115 169 248 243 206 162 108
326 397 385 324 235 282 401 460 435
1 1 4 3 4 1
326 403 501 497 486 525 611 623 543


2 44 110 101 108 125 94 75
70 102 71 45 31 23 30 45 51
- -1 1 -2
70 104 115 155 132 131 155 140 126


133
48

181


-77


777
330

1107


2202
2129
1
4332


1256
324
1


659
468
1
1128


Cleveland
Florida 3 52 68 116 107 125 88 63 622
California 73 116 114 105 76 81 126 108 134 933
Others 1 1
Total 73 119 167 173 192 188 251 196 197 1556
Dallas
Florida 4 4 6 12 3 6 3 38
California 29 27 40 11 23 26 30 29 21
Others 8 12 14 7 3 -
Total 29 31 52 29 49 36 39 32 297


Denver
Florida
California
Others
Total


Detroit
Florida
California-
OtflerC


Ft


1 2 1 1 -
32 41 38 50 54 51 .73 71 62
- 2 1 2 -
32 41 38 53 56 53 75 72 62


8 49 65 100 97 o106 79 37
116 140 44 145 105 134 187 202 19
lO5- 202


5
472

T482


541
1367


Total 116 148 193 210 205 231 293 281 231 1908
. Worth
Florida 1 2 2 1 6
California 6 10 18 11 8 10 11 16 90
Others 2 4 4 10
Total 7 10 22 11 12 14 13 17 106
*Not available.


Total


--


r-


r;


- --


4515


- c- --




52
UNLOADS OF ORANGES IN 28 CITIES FROM SEPTEMBER 1933 TERU MAY 1934
BY MONTHS AND BY STATES OR ORIGIN.(CONT'D)
193 3 3CARLOTS i 934
STATE ISEPT. OCT. I NOV. j DEC. JAN.I FEB. M. APR. MAY I TOTAL


Indianapolis
Florida
California
Others
Total
Kansas City
Florida
California
Others
To tal


- 1 14 36 43 37 44 21 9
32 31 36 35 10 15 25 23 28

32 32 50 71 53 52 69 45 37


7 22 32 21 18 10 2
39 47 45 71 43 55 71 87 73

9 47 52 93 78 76 89 97 75


Los .Angeles
Florida *
California 7 2 1 5 2 17
Others -
Total 7 2 1 5 2 17
Milwaukee
Florida 5 20 29 25 18 17 7 121
California 36 41 59 69 56 60 79 82 80 562
Others 1 1 2
Total 36 41 65 89 85 85 98 99 87 685
Minneapolis
Florida 7 10 10 6 4 2 39
California 35 36 62 61 80 69 84 83 71 581
Others 1 1
Total 35 36 69 71 91 75 88 85 71 621
Newark
Florida 7 16 16 22 27 35 22 145
California 8 6 5 1 1 6 1 28
Others --
Total 8 6 12 17 17 22 27 41 23 173
New Orleans
Florida 5 35 '63 75 110 110 88 46 532
California 43 30 2 1 18 94
Others 3 24 24 14 1 66
Total 43 38 61 87 89 110 110 90 64 692


New York City
Florida
California
Others
Total
Omaha
Florida
California
Others
Total
Philadelphia
Florida
California
Others
Total
*Not available.


16 681 1121 1608 1409 1593 1421 1251
986 1145 859 431 318 26 375 488 579
7 14 9 8 4 5 3 7
986 1168 1554 1561 1934 1676 1973 1912 1837


2 8 12 9 3 -
20 24 23 28 21 29 46 49 40
- 2 7 2 -
20 24 25 38 4o 38 49 51 4o

10 292 555 617 510 564 505 379
272 351 245 80 45 38 95 97 158
1 1 -
272 361 5~38 636 662 548 659 602 537


9100


9100oo
-5444:
--146
57
146O1


34
280
.11
325


3432
1381
2
4815


.


205
235
1
441


112


112
531
.
646.


--


c --





53 -
UNLOADS OF ORANGES IN 28 CITIES IROM SEPTEMBER 1933 TIRUMAY 1934
BY MONTHS AM~DBY STATES OF ORIGIN.(OONT'D.)
1933 CARLOTS 19334
STATE SEPT. OCT. NTOV.) DEC.I JAN.I FEB. MR.) APR. MAY I TOTAL
Pittsburgh
Florida 2 46 91 92 86 116 83 45 561
California 106 120 122 109 78 71 107 130 190 1033
Others 1 1
Total 106 122 168 200 170 157 224 213 235 1595
Portland, Ore.
Florida -
California 62 57 45 68 82 84 142 135 65 740
Others 3 3
Total 62 57 45 71 82 84 142 135 65 743
San Francisco
Florida *
California 13 69 101 63 83 83 114 123 649
Others *
Total 13 69 101 63 83 83 114 123 649
Seattle
Florida -
California 53 48 53 62 155 79 158 76 95 779
Others -
Total 53 48 53 62 155 79 158 76 95 779
St. Louis
Florida 1 27 40 49 44 56 31 21 269
California 79 96 102 141 81 86 115 130 142 972
Others 1 3 2 2 6 14
Total 79 98 132 183 132 130 177 161 163 1255
St. Paul
Florida 1 2 5 2 10
California 22 26 27 32 36 37 49 45 71 345
Others 1 1
Total 22 26 27 33 38 42 51 46 71 356
Salt Lake City
Florida 1 1
California 15 13 20 20 29 35 44 48 26 250
Others -
Total 15 13 20 20 30 35 44 48 26 251
Washington
Florida 22 43 46 43 45 199
California 59 73 37 12 11 10 18 220
Others -
Total 59 73 59 55 57 53 63 419
*Not available





54 -
UNLOADS OF GRAPEFRUIT IN 28 CITIES FROM SEPTEMBER 1933 THRU MAY 1934
BY MONTHS AND BY STATES OF ORIGIN
1 9.3 3 CARLOTS 1 9 3 4
STATE ISEPT.J OCT. NOV. DEC.I JAN.I FEB.1 MAR.I APR. MAY I TOTAL
Atlanta
Florida 3 3 3 4 1 4 3 4 25
California -
Texas - .
Others - .
Total 3 3 3 4 1 4 3 4 25
Baltimore
Florida 15 31 38 42 51 44 45 39 29 334
California -
Texas -
Others 1 1
Total 15 32 38 42 51 4 45 39 29 335
Boston
Florida 21 80 129 111 79 89 79 109 56 753
, California 8 8
Texas 1 1
Others 10 -- 10
Total 39 80 129 111 80 89 79 109 56 772
Chicago
Florida 33 178 182 110 78 156 142 142 99 1120
California 4 3 3 2 1 10 23
Texas 21 17 18 70 119 46 49 12 352
Others 1 3 5 4 6 19
Total 55 195 204 183 203 209 195 161 109 1514
Cincinnati
Florida 13 43 50 41 52 44 42 47 37 369
California 5 5
Texas -
Others 3 1 1 5
Total 16 44 50 41 52 44 42 48 42 379
Cleveland
Florida 12 58 61 42 56 54 75 44 23 425
California 1 2
Texas 3 1 2 6 22 8 2 -
Others 2 1 1 1 1 6
Total 17 60 63 4g 78 62 78 46 26 478
Dallas
Florida 1 3 8 5 17
California -
Texas 1 3 5 12 6 4 31
Others -
Total 1 4 5 12 6 7 8 5 48
Denver
Florida 2 12 16 8 1 14 11 13 4 81
California 1 1 2 1 6 6 9 26
Texas 3 1 7 20 27 11 74
Others 1 2 7 8 7 2 31
Total 6 13 25 30 37 34 26 26 15 212
Not available.





- 55 -


UNLOADS OF GRBAPEFRUIT IN 28 CITIES FROM SEPTEMBER 1933 THRU MAY 1934
BY MONTHS AND BY STATES OF ORIGIN. CONT'D)
193 3 3CAPLOTS 1934
STATE SEPT. OCT.I NOV. DFC.I JAN. FEB.I MAR. APR. MAY I TOTAL
Detroit
Florida 33 51 82 53 71 65 70 60 41 526
California 5 3 8
Texas 3 1 20 18 10 12 64
Others 1 3 4 10 18
Total 37 51 83 73 89 75 85 69 54 616
Ft. Worth
Florida 1 6 6 13
California -
Texas 1 2 7 3 2 1 16
Others 1 1
Total 1 2 1 7 3 3 7 6 30
Indianapolis
Florida 7 14 16 13 13 14 23 14 6 120
California -
Texas 2 2 5 9 12 11 8 49
*Others 4 2 6
Total 9 16 21 22 25 25 35 14 8 175
Kansas City
Florida 4 24 33 14 11 26 34 30 9 185
California 1 2 1 4
Texas 14 4 5 18 39 19 13 6 118
Others 1 2 1 2 6
Total 19 25 38 33 52 47 48 37 11 313
Los Angeles
Florida *
California 3 2 2 7 12 26
Texas -
Others 1 3. 3 7 8 7 29
Total 3 1 5 -5 7 15 19 55
Milwaukee
Florida 1 16 26 9 7 18 27 33 9 146
California 2 1 1 4
Texas 4 2 2 18 29 14 5 74
Others -
Total 5 18 28 27 38 33 33 33 9 224
Minneapolis
Florida 7 26 41 11 8 31 27 11 6 168
California 2 1 2 5
Texas 4 1 1 21 34 1 62
Others 2 1 Z 6 3 19
Total 11 27 42 32 46 33 35 19 9 254
Newark
Florida 6 7 4 6 15 37 2 77
California -
Texas -
Others -
Total 6 7 4 6 15 37 2 77
*Not available.





56 -
UNLOADS OF GRAPEFRUIT IN 28 CITIES FROM SEPTEMBER 1933 THRU MAY 1934
BY MONTHS AND BY STATES OF ORIGIN. (CONT'I)
1 9 3 3 CARLOTS 1 9 3 4
STATE SEPT. OCT.I NOV,I DEC. I JA. FEB. MAR. APR. MAY TOTAL
New Orleans
Florida 7 9 24 11 16 20 25 23 20 155
California -
Texas -
Others 1 1
Total 8 9: 24 11 16 20 25 23 20 156
New York City
Florida 108 374 634 536 656 565 693 672 531 4769
California 1 1 1 3
Texas 3 2 3 2 1 11
Others 262 108 28 26 43 18 42 81 207 815
Total 373 484 663 566 701 584 736 753 738 5598
Omaha
Florida 7 10 5 1 10 10 9 5 57
California 1 1 1 3 4 10
Texas 5 2 4 9 13 4 2 39
Others 1 2 3 4 8 18
Total 6 9 14 16 17 17 19 13 13 124
Philadelphia
Florida 39 118 170 216 194 164 167 148 98 1314
California -
Texas 3 4 1 8
Others 8 1 1 1 1 1 1 14 28
Total 47 119 171 220 198 166 168 149 112 1350
Pittsburgh
Florida 9 49 56 51 51 53 50 41 44 404
California 1 1
Texas 3 3 4 2 3 15
Others 5 2 4 1 12
Total 17 54 56 55 53 56 50 46 45 432
Portland, Ore.
Florida 1 7 11 5 11 7 6 5 1 54
California 2 1 8 11 26 17 29 18 16 128
Texas -
Others 1 1
Total 3 8 19 16 37 24 35 23 18 183
San Francisco
Florida *
California 18 8 31 9 18 12 23 24 143
Texas *
Others 2 12 12 13 .14 12 10 75
Total 18 10. 43 21 31 .26 35 34 218
Seattle
Florida 1 10 8 5 11 8 8 4 5 60
California 2 2 20 19 26 24 26 25 18 162
Texas -
Others 1 1 2
Total 3 12 29 24 .38 32 34 29 23 224
* Not available.





57-
UNLOADS OF GRAPEFRUIT IN 28 CITIES FROM SEPTEMBER 1933 THRU MAY 1934


BY MONTHS AND BY STATES OF ORIGIN. (CONT'D


1 9 T333 CARLOTS 1.9 3 4
STATE SEPT. OCT. NOV. DEC. JAN.. FEB. MAR. AR. MAY TOTAL
St. Louis
Florida 8 30 48 23 20 26 45 37 18 255
California 1 3 5 9
Texas 16 6 12 19 51 33 24 3 164
Others 1 1 1 9 16 9 37
Total 25 36 go 42 72 60 79 59 32 465
St. Paul
Florida 1 8 9 5 3 11 16 8 6 67
California 1 1 2 4
Texas 3 1 6 16 3 29
Others 1 2 7 4 3 17
Total 5 9 9 12 21 14 24 14 9 117
Salt Lake City
Florida 1 6 1 2 4 2 2 2 20
California 1 2 1 2 4 2 12
Texas -
Others 1 1 1 1 4
Total 1 6 3 3 6 3 5 7 2 36
Washington
Florida 8 16 16 21 24 12 33 130
California 1 1
Texas 1 7 9 1 18
Others -
Total 8 16 17 22 31 21 34 149
*Not available.





UNLOADS OF FLORIDA TANGERINES IN 28 CITIES FROM SEPTEMBER 1933 THRU
MAY 1934 BY MONTHS.


Cities SEPT. OCT. NOV. DEC. JAN. FEB. MAR. APR. MAY TOTAL


Atlanta
Baltimore
Boston
Chicago
Cincinnati
Cleveland
Dallas
Denver
Detroit
Ft. Worth
Indianapolis
Kansas City
Los Angeles
Milwaukee


1 -
13 44 38 28
16 45 58 18
29 67 64 30
12 36 26 13
12 31 36 13

2 1 -
16 38 25 17

4 13 5 1
5 11 10 2

- 4 4 3


- 1
130
139
- 191
87
1 93

.- 3
- 96

- 23
28

- 12





58 -
UNLOADS OF FLORIDA TANGERINES IN 28 CITIES FROM SEPTEMBER 1933 THRU


MAY 194 B- BYMONTHS (CONT'D.) :


1 9 33 CARLOTS 1 9 3 4
Citi s I-SEPT. OCT. NOV. DEC. JA N..J.: MAR. AIR. MAY ).TOTAL
Minneapolis :
Newark 1 1 -
New Orleans 1 3 4 13 2 23
New York City 165 444 380 222 60 4 1275
Omaha .3 1 4
Philadelphia .- 47 144. 179 65 13 1 449
Pittsburgh 10 39 43 30 6 128
Portland, Ore. -
San Francisco
Seattle -
St. Louis 6 18 15 12 2 53
St. Paul *
Salt Lake City -
Washington 4 5 4 1 14
* Not available.




UNLOADS OF MIXED CITRUS FRUIT IN 28 PRINCIPAL MARKETS
FROM SEPTEMBER 1933 THRU MAY 1934 BY MONTHS & BY STATES OF ORIGIN.

STATE .. SEPT. OCT. NOV. .EC. JAN. FEB. MAR. APR. MAY TOTAL
Atlanta
Florida 2 2 15 11 14 25 .5 74
California 2 1 6 1 1 11
Texas -
Others -
Total 2 3 8 15 11 14 25 6 1 85
Baltimore
Florida..: -. : : 4, 17 1: ... 16 10. 1 67
California -
Texas -
Others -
Total 4 17 18- '16 10 1 67
Boston
S-Florida 1 11 29 40 34 11 7 5 138
California 2 1 - 1 4
Texas -
Others --.
Total"' 2 2 11 29 40 34 11 7 6 142
Chicago
Floria 1 33 72 86 85 56 58 23 414
California 4 5 2 1 3 ..2 5 3 "' 25
Texas 1 3 4
Others -
Total" 4 6 35 73 89 88 64 61 23 443


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59 -

UNLOADS OF MIXED CITRUS FRUIT IN 28 PRINCIPAL MARKETS FROM SEPTEMBER
1933 THRU MAY 1934 BY MONTHS & BY STATES OF ORIGIN.(CONT'D)
1 9 CAELOTS 1 9 3 4
STATE SEPT. OCT. NOV. DEC. JAN. FEB. MAR. APR. MAY TOTAL
Cincinnati
Florida 8 28 54 60 46 41 19 8 264
California 1 1 1 3
Texas -
Others -
Total 8 29 54 60 46 41 20 9 267
Cleveland
Florida 12 18 37 11 3 8 89
California 1 1
Texas 1 2 3
Others -
Total 14 18 39 11 3 g 93
Dallas
Florida 1 3 4
California -
Texas -- -
Others -. -
Total 1 3 -
Denver
Florida -
California 1 2 2 2 1 1 9
Texas -
Others 1 1 2
Total 1 2 3 2 2 1 11
Detroit
Florida 3 13 33 46 25 24 15 5 164
California 4 2 5 2 2 15
Texas 1 1 6 8
Others -
Total 4 5 13 33 52 26 30 17 7 187
Ft. Worth
Florida -
California 1 1
Texas 1 5 2 6 14
Others -
Total 1 5 3 6 15
Indianapolis
Florida -
California -
Texas -
Others -
Total- 0
Kansas City
Florida 1 8 1 2 12
California -
'Texas --- -
Others -
Total 1 8 1 2 12
Not available.




60 -
UNLOADS OF MIXED CITRUS TRUIT IN 28 PRINCIPAL MARKETS FROM SEPTEMBER
1933 TERU MAY 1934 BY MMIONTS & BY STATES OF ORIGIN. (CONT'D)

1 9 33 CARLOTS 19 3
STATE ISEPT. OCT.I NOV.I DEC.I JAN.I 3EB.1 MA. APR. AY I TOTAL
Los Angeles
Florida *
California *
Texas -
Other *


Mi





Mi





Ne


Total 0
lwaikee
Florida 3 11 7 9 10 8 48
California 4 2 2 8
Texas -
Others -
Total 3 11 7 13 12 8 2 56
nneapolis
Florida *
California *
Texas *
Others *
Total *
wark
Florida 3 8 3 3 1 2 20
California -
Texas -
Others -
Total 3 8 3 3 1 2 20


New Orleans
Florida 3 1 1 5
California 1 1 2
Texas -
Others 2 23 19 17 8 5 74
Total 1 3 23 19 20 8 6 1 81
Now York City
Florida 4 39 17 32 8 8 2 2 112
California -
Texas -
Others -
Total 4 39 17 32 8 8 2 2 112
Omaha
Florida 1 6 1 8
California -
Texas 2 3 5
Others. 1 1
Total 2 8 4 14
Philadelphia
Florida 1 .2 42 31 20 8 11 3 2 120
California 5 1 6
Texas -
Others -
Total 6 3 42 31 20 8 11 3 2 126
Not available.


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61 -
UNLOADS OF MIXED CITRUS FRJUIT.JN 28 PRINCIPAL MARKETS FROM SEPTEMBER
193 TRU MAY 1934 BY MONTHS. BY STATES OF ORIGIN.(CONT'D)

1-i 9 3 3 CARLOTS 19 3 4
STATE SEPTT| OCT.I NOV. DEC.I JAN.| FEB. MAR. APR. -MAY TOTAL
Pittsburgh
Florida 3 33 65 81 51 34 14 17 298
California 7 1 -- -
Texas -
Others -- -
Total 10 33 65 82 51 34 .14 17 306
Portland, Ore.
Florida -
Qalifornia 1 1
Texas -
Others -
Total 1 -. 1
San Francisco
Florida *
California 2 3 4 5 4 1
Texas -
Others -
Total 2 3 18
Seattle
Florida 1
California .- -
Texas -
Others -
Total 1 1
St. Louis -
Florida 18 16 42 26 23 10 5 140
California 1 1 3 3 1 9
Texas 3 2 2 7
Others --- -- --
Total 1 18 19 42 29 28 13 6 156
St. Paul
Florida ** *
Californi *
.Texas *
Others *
Total **
Salt Lake City
Florida -
California 1 2 1 4
Texas -
Others -
Total =. 1 2 1 4
Total .1 2
Washington- .
Florida 4 5 1 10
California .- -*..
Texas -
----Others -
Total 4 5 1 10
Not available.
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62 -
WEIGHTED AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES OF ORANGES, 1933-34 SEA6S


NEW YORK CITY PHILADELPHIA
Week Florida Stock l Cnilif. Stock _Florida Stock Calif. Stock
Ending Cars Average Crsxs Average Cars Averae CarsT Average
Sept. 2 -
16 -
23 -
30 -
Oct. 7 -
14 1 $1.70 1 1.95 -
21 2 2.32 2 2.27 -
28 12 2.65 5 2.47 -
Nov. 4 24 2.99 7 2.42 -
11 123 2.38 215 $3.06 41 2.19 62 $2.93
18 156 2.34 182 2.59 42 2.15 57 2.58
25 187 2.58 171 2.49 68 2.67 42 2.37
Dec. 2 186 2.52 110 2.27 85 2.50 29 2.16
9 241 2.31 127 2.06 103 2.14 39 1.74
16 285 2.08 115 2.04 100 1.95 19 1.83
23 .239 2.51 82 2.60 92 2.69 6 2.91
30 183 2.66 41 3.30 106 2.51 5 3.30
Jan. 6 211 2.80 41 3.00 70 2.44 11 3.00
13 310 2.66 54 2.96 109 2.37 7 3.11
20 322 2.51 49 2.77 122 2.39 14 2.73
27 370 2.23 46 2.84 125 2.17 9 2.62
Feb. 3 273 2.12 50 2.54 111 1.92 3 2.68
10 266 2.26 45 2.76 81 2.11 5 2.55
17 305 2.43 54 2.80 99 2.39 6 2.99
24 282 2.37 56 2.85 110 2.34 13 2.73
Mar. 3 224 2.64 74 2.73 103 2.34 17 2.58
10 277 2.93 80 2.68 89' 2.91 15 2.56
17 283 2.84 75 2.63 118 2.78 16 2.68
24 277 2.80 90 2.77 109 2.78 25 2.62
31 278 2.83 107 2.76 103 2.79 20 2.64
Apr. 7 271 2.55 95 2.58 115 2.40 14 2.64
14 222 2.69 97 2.58 82 2.52 25 2.45
21 251 2.83 91 2.63 82 2.65 20 2.58
28 226 2.98 92 2.84 63 3.17 18 2.80
May 5 231 3.10 96 3.06 85 3.22 18 3.08
12 242 3.29 92 3.41 84 3.17 15 3.09
19 208 ..3.75 133 3.26 75 3.52 27 3.24
26 224 3.69 127 3.32 82 3.58 43 3.10
June 2 149 4.19 122 3.71 42 3.97 45 3.63

TOTAL 7341 2.67 2809 2.79 2711 2.56 645 2.71


Made available through the courtesy of the Florida Control Committee and the
Florida Citrus Growers' Clearing House Association.






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WEIGHTED AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES OF ORANGES, 1933-34 SEASON


BOSTON PITTSBURGH
Week Florida Stock Calif. Stock Florida Stock Calif. Stock
Ending Cars Average -Care Aver-ge Cars| Average CarsI Average


Sept. 2
9
16
23
30
Oct. 7
14
21
28
Nov. 4
11
18
25
Dec. 2
9
16
23
30

Jan. 6
13
20
27
Feb. 3
10
17
24
Mar. 3
10
17
24
31
Apr. 7
14
21
28
May 5
12
19
26
June 2


1


7
12
32
32
54
53
66
20


39
62
80
75
64
56
57
49
60
56
56
70
53
59
47
41

50
50
35
27
18


$1.65


2.46
2.29
2.62
2.52
2.25
2.14
2.25
2.79

3.01
2.96
2.56
2.32
2.19
2.32
2.40
2.43
2.42
2.77
2.97
2.69
2.78
2.56
2.49
2.97
2.94
3.04
3.06
3.44
3.97
4.39


$3.05
2.79
2.54
2.23
1.98
1.87
3.01
3.00

3.15
3.16
2.91
2.75
2.49
2.59
2.74
2.72
2.72
2.70
2.70
2.84
2.82
2.64
2.61
2.76
2.83
2.99
3.41
3.52
3.41
3.79


$1.93
2.10
2.93
2.40
2.39
2.34
2.65
2.31
1.94
2.50
2.56

2.75
2.55
2.31
2.15
2.30
2.32
2.46
2.27
2.35
3.10
2.85
2.72
2.54
2.34
2.22
2.76
3.15
3.14
2.85
3.17
4.04
3.84


12
.14
17
17
12
10
13
11
12
14
17
24
20
21
24
21
26
26
22
27
36
34


-


-





$2.91
2.79
2.49
2.29
2.00
2.06
3.18
3.30

3.37
3.10
2.78
2.74
2.52
2.74
2.62
2.60
2.65
2.90
2.89
2.71
2.72
2.66
2.56
2.67
2.90
3.29
3.42
3.4o
3.56
3.53


TOTAL 1425 2.65 1383 2.89 512 2.55 603 2.87
Made available through the courtesy of the Florida Control Committee and the
Florida Citrus Growers' Clearing House Association.







WEIGHTED AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES OF OLANGES, 1933-34 SEASON


CLEVEILANID CHICAGO
Week Florida Stock I Calif. Stok Florida Stock Calif. Stock
Ending Cars Average CarsT Average Carsl Average CarsT Average


Sept. 2
9
16
23
30
Oct. 7
14
21
28
Nov. 4
11
18
25
Dec. 2
9
16
23
30

Jan. 6
13
20
27
Feb. 3
10
17
24
Mar. 3
10
17
24
31
Apr. 7
14
21
28
May 5
12
19
26
June 2


$2.00

2.41
2.46
2.42
2.48
2.42
2.29
1.97
2.04
3.15

2.92
2.56
2.36
2.31
2.37
2.36
2.44
2.25
2.52
2.95
2.76
2.69
2.63
2.46
2.58
2.90
3.26
3.17
2.78
3.50
4.42
4.1o


$3.18
2.87
2.47
2.28
2.22
2.30
3.25
3.25

3.05
2.93
2.99
2.85
2.86
2.66
2.70
2.66
2.68
2.93
2.85
2.80
2.79
2.66
2.65
2.88
2.92
3.20
3.40.
3.44
3.50
3.82


$1.65
1.90
2.15
2.54
2.50
2.53
2.33
2.19
2-.25
2.31
2.62


75
55
69
63
64
77
65
38


2.69
2.51
2.45
2.38
2.44
2.52
2.42
2.46
2.63
2.96
2.86
2.71
2.68
2.60
2.74
3.01
3.05
2.98
2.95
3.77
4.35
4.44


3.o4
2.94
2.81
2.57
2.29
2.34
2.95
3.05

3.32
3.o4
2.96
2.94
2.86
2.88
2.79
2.78
2.73
2.91
2.82
2.67
2.87
2:83
2'69
2. 74
2.86
3.09
3.40
3.54
3.80o
3.27
-


TOTAL. 535 2.60 601 2.91 777 2.68 1797 3.01

Made available through the courtesy of the Florida Control Committee and the
Florida Citrus Growers' Clearing House Association.





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WEIGHTED AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES OF ORANGES, 1933-34 SEASON


ST. LOUIS CINCINNATI
Week Florida Stock Calif. Stock Florida Stock Calif. Stock
Endi Cars Average lars Average CarsT Average Cars Average
Sept. 2 -
9 -
O 6 -
23 -
30 -
Oct. .7 -
14 1 $2.50 -
21 1 $1.85 2 2.23 -
28 2 2.58 -
Nov. 4 4 2.20 -
11 3 1.80 21 $2.90 8 1.90 16 $2.63
18 6 2.25 25 2.60 9 2.13 15 2.38
25 6 2.14 24 2.29 14 2.01 17 1.99
Dec. 2 6 2.43 20 2.14 11 2.30 13 1.90
9 15 2.39 30 2.24 19 2.10. 14 1.70
16 8 2.08 44 2.47 19 2.01 12 2.01
23 9 2.36 34 2.94 22 2.50 4 3.16
30 6 2.65 17 3.00 11 2.41 1 3.20
1934
Jan. 6 6 2.82 13 2.91 11 2.49 2 3.55
13 15 2.45 18 3.03 22 2.30 4 3.05
20 15 2.19 20 2.83 18 2.29 7 2.64
27 12 2.42 18 2.90 23 2.06 6 2.63
Feb. 3 13 2.30 20 2.82 15 2.21 6 2.70
10 19 2.27 23 2.73 20 2.34 5 2.76
17 12 2.19 24 2.63 26 2.16 6 2.70
24 9 2.31 22 2.58 18 2.22 4 2.59
Mar. 3 6 2.50 12 2.77 11 2.30 6 2.50
10 5 2.66 26 2.88 15 2.78 6 2.63
17 16 2.67 26 2.70 27 2.64 4 2.70
24 12 2.62 24 2.84 24 2.40 5 2.64
31 12 2.50 26 2.89 17 2.48 7 2.54
Apr. 7 6 2.59 27 2.83 20 2.39 7 2.54
14 9 2.46 35 2.70 12 2.68 11 2.63
21 3 2.72 31 2.72 18 2.81 10 2.67
28 9 2.92 32 2.77 18 2.81 7 2.77
May 5 11 2.85 29 3.08 18 2.76 7 3.14
12 5 2.73 26 3.24 15 2.73 7 3.14
19 4 3.04 29 3.49 8 3.75 8 3.54
26 1 3.20 31 3.14 9 3.90 16 3.53
June 2 30 3.42 7 3.91 14 3.67

TOTAL 260 2.47 757 2.81 494 2.46 247 2.65

Made available through the courtesy of the Florida Control Committee and the
Florida Citrus Growers' Clearing House Association.






66 I
WEIGHTED AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES OF ORALGES. 1933-34 SEASON


DETROIT
Florida Stock Calif. Stock
Carsl Average CarsT ]Avorage


Sept. 2
9
16
23
30
Oct. 7
14
21
28
Nov. 4
11
18
25
Dec. 2
9
16
23
30
1934


$2.53
2.70
2.90

2.65
2.42
2.33
2.39
2.38
2.17
2.27
2.54

3.10
2.62
2.41
2.33
2.39
2.61
2.40
2.31
2.57
3.25
2.78
2.55
2.57
2.55
2.47
3.04
3.18
3.11
2.90
3.31
4.18
4.22


TOTAL ALL CITIES


Florida Stock
CarsT Average


e



e




$2.92
2.58
2.37
2.17
1.93
2.01
3.18
3.20

3.09
2.92
2.88
2.88
2.80
2.75
2.73
2.66
2.66
2.94
2.74
2.78
2.83
2.73
2.68
2.77
2.75
3.22
3.45
3.58
3.59
3.86


5
14
22
4o
213
271
380
367
495
535
492
360

379
623
666
709
551
517
617
546
456
502
605
598
560
561
430
449
441
476
462
358
371
243


Calif. Stock
CarsT Average .


$2.24
2.10
2.55
2.76
2.34
2.31
2.55
2.50
2.26
2.06
2.47
2.61

2.75
2.60
2.46
2.23
2.13
2.29
2.40
2.36
2.52
2.91
2.82
2.74
2.76
2.50
2.61
2.82
3.02
3.10
3.16
3.64
3.74
4.16


537
488
477
356
429
382
308
154

156
218
219
213
205
200
221
224
249
284
298
336
355
343
389
342
370
336
310
402
469
447


Week
Ending


$3.00
2.67
2.50
2.28
2.05
2.18
2.93
3.15

3.13
3.03
2.85
2.85
2.70
2.75
2.75
2.73
2.70
2.78
2.73
2.76
2.80
2.69
2.62
2.71
2.84
3.10
3.37
3.4l
3.45
3.61


Jan. 6
13
20
27
Feb. 3
10
17
24
Mar. 3
10
17
24
31
Apr. 7
14
21
28
May 5
12
19
26
June 2


TOTAL 259 2.63 824 2.84 14314 2.63 9717 2.83
Made available through the courtesy of the Florida Control Committee and the
Florida Citrus Growers'Clearing House Association.


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Endin.





67
WEIGHTED AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES OF GRAPEFRUIT, 1933-34 SEASON


1NEW YORK CITY J PHILADELPHIA
Week Florida Stock Toxas Stock Florida Stock Texas Stock
Ending Cars IAverage e Boxes Average Cars Average -Boxes Average
Sept. 2 -
*9 14 $2.44 3 $1.93
16 18 3.56 3 2.80 -
23 17 3.45 6 3.33 -
30 51 2.92 .24 2.87 -
Oct. 7 52 2.66 26 2.29 -
14 60 2.48 22 2.37 -
21 73 2.44 26 2.41 -
28 96 2.78 31 2.53 -
Nov. 4 126 2.40 26 2.46 -
11 129 2.18 .40 2.15 -
18 104 2.20 27 2.18 -
25 143 2.18 45 2.17 -
Dec. 2 96 2.18 33 2.07 -
9 85 2.49 35 2.21 -
16 152 2.20 42 2.06 -
23 126 2.29 58 1.96 -
30 71 2.34 25 1.94 -
1934
Jan. 6 99 2.27 25 1.89 -
13 125 2.17 32 2.03 -
20 108 2.18 34 2.12 -
27 149 2.28 40 2.09 -
Feb. 3 127 2.02 47 1.96 -
10 130 1.94 45 1.94 -
17 84 2.20 41 1.85 -
24 99 2.39 25 1.89 -
Mar. 3 148 2.39 29 2.10 -
10 153 2.38 42 2.13 -
17 116 2.42 38 2.31 -
24 114 2.50 42 2.35 -
31 116 2.57 34 2.41 -
Apr. 7 109 2.46 29 2,33
14 102 2.46 29 2.53 -
21 103 2.53 35 2.77 -
28 96 2.96 32 2.88 -
May 5 123 2.59 39 2.67 -
12 80 2.65 32 2.21 -
19 61 2.63 25 2.32 -
26 89 2.37 20 2.14 -
June 2 72 2.15 13 2.36 -

TOTAL 3816 2.38 1200 2.23 -
Made available through the courtesy of the Florida Control Committee and the
Florida Citrus Growers' Clearing House Association.







WEIGHTED AVERAGE.AUCTION PRICES OF TRAPEFRUIT, 1933-34 SEASON


BOSTON PITTSBURGH .
Week 'Florida Stock Texas Stock Florida Stock Texas Stock
Ending Carsl Average Boxes Average Cars Average -Boxes Average


Sept. 2
9
16
23
30
Oct. 7
14
21
28
Nov. 4
11
18
25
Dec. 2
9
16
23
30

Jan. 6
13
20
27
Feb. 3
10
17
24
Mar. 3
10
17
24
31
Apr. 7
14
21
28
May 5
12
19
26
June 2


$3.17
2.89
2.86
2.49
2.20
2.33
2.82
2.68
2.30
2.47
2,38
2.34
2.25
2.08
2..05
2,05
2..09

2.41
2.23
2.35
2.42
2.09
1.95
1.95
1.92
2.08
2.36
2.41
2.54
2.67
2.47
2.43
2.67
2.94
2.88
2.59
2.42
2.30
2.84


7
11
9
12
10
10
9
8
11
12
8
5
12
10
10
13
7
12
10
6
4
4


$3.22
2,85
2.42
2.61
2.21
2.56
2.72
2.56
2.26
2.28
2.24
2.34
2.37
2.32
2.31
2.39

2.18
2.27
2.17
2.16
2.09
2.13
2.07
2.24
2.13
2.19
2.21
2.47
2.52
2.57
2.65
2.73
2.74
3.02
2.55
2.55
2.55
2.31


357



1116
369

436


$2.72



2.22
3.46

2.63


TOTAL 697 2.31 334 2.40 2278 2.58
I i l I i' I II I E ,


Made available through the courtesy of
Florida Citrus Growers' Clearing House


the Florida Control Committee and the
Association.





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WEIGHTED AVERAGE AUCTION PPRIEtS OF GRAPEFRUIT, 1933-34 SEASON


CLEVELAND CHICAGO
Week Florida Stock _Texas Stock_ Florida Stock _TexasStock
Ending Cars Average IBoxes Average Cars Average BoxesI Average
Sept. 2 -
9 2 $1.75 -
16 4 $3.46 4 3.42 -
23 1 1.94 7 2.48 -
30 1 3.65 6 3.31 -
Oct. 7 14 2.60 31 2.61 -
14 8 2.38 20 2.29 -
21 6 2.77 11 2.78 -
28 15 2.56 15 2.71 -
Nov. 4 15 2.44 35 2.45 -
11 9 2.50 29 2.38 -
18 16 2.33 20 2.34 -
25 12 2.22 22 2.37 -
Dec. 2 5 2.27 15 2.44 -
9 10 2.38 22 2.42 -
16 13 2.30 12 2.33 -
23 13 2.43 14 2.47 -
30 3 2.57 9 2.52 -
1934
Jan. 6 13 2.43 360 $2.69 9 2.25 2746 $2.63
13 17 2.24 360 2.27 15 2.13 6227 2.64
20 12 2.16 1128 3.00 9 2.13 5154 2.64
27 12 2.21 2915 2.95 12 2.30 5457 2.51
Feb. 3 8 2.34 2604 2.29 17 2.25 2947 2.22
10 11 2.25 1116 1.97 23 2.38 2203 2.88
17 13 2.19 744 2.81 20 2.40 2920 2.80
24 16 2.11 382 2.99 23 2.32 1524 .2.67
Mar. 3 8 2.33 686 2.94 14 2.38 5582 2.35
10 12 2.50 372 2.60 24 2.41 -
17 16 2.48 19 2.51 1405 2.63
24 11 2.57 19 2.62 2842 2.39
31 19 2.48 18 2.65 2425 2.55
Apr. 7 11 2.32 26 2.62 1065 2.44
14 8 2.45 19 2.71 -
21 9 2.60 23 2.87 -
28 9 2.71 23 3.00 -
May 5 16 2.87 17 3.05 -
12 i4 2.25 24 2.80 -
19 6 1.86 15 2.50 -
26 5 2.23 14 2.73 -
June 2 4 1.80 8 2.67 -

TOTAL 395 2.41 10667 2.62 665 2.51 42497 2.53
Made available through the courtesy of the Florida Control Committee and the
Florida Citrus Growers' Clearing House Association.





70 -I
WEIGHTED ANBRAfGE AUCTION .PRIC S O GRAPEFRUIT, 1933-34 SEASON


SST. LOUIS: CINCINNATI
Week Florida Stock Texas Stock 'Florida Stock. Texas Stock
Ending n'Carsi Average i Boxes] Average CarsT Average Boxes Average
Sept.2 -

16 3 $3.13 2 $3.26 -
23 1 2.75 2 3.43 -
30 6 2.99
Oct. 7 9 2.78 13 2.25 -
14 7 2.40 8 2.19 -
21 3 2.25 -. 10 2.61 -
28 6 2.95 12 2.55 -
Nov. 4 14 2.55 14 2.29 -
11 15 2.14 14 2.01 -
18 6 2.10 11 2.20 -
25 11 2.27 13 2.01 -
Dec. 2 4 2.00 8 2.30 -
9 5 2.31 11 2.27 -
16 8 2.39 16 2.02 -
23 7 2.50 7 2.13 -
30- 2 2.30 3 2.08 -
1934
Jan. 6 3 2.21 2234 $2.73 6 2.32 -
13 3 2.12 3672 2.74 11 2.20 -
20 6 2.01 6087 2.44 11 2.17 -
27 4 1.95 4364 2.40 14 2.02 -
Feb. 3 1 2.25 2600 2.29 9 2.03 -
10 9 2.38 1035 2.19 11 1.97 -
17 9 2.24 1489 2.61 10 1.92 -
24 6 2.40 2660 2.77 12 2.05 -
Mar. 3 4 2.36 2220 2.76 6 2.23 -
10 6 2.54 1484 2.84 14 2.23 -
17 9 2.30 744 2.43 12 2.27 -
24 8 2.24 1801 2.37 10 2.33 -
31 4 2.40 1296 2.43 11 2.41 -
Apr. 7 5 2.45 1234 2.63 13 2.28 -
14 4 2.60 8 2.40 -
21 9 2.95 9 2.87 -
28 11 2.54 10 2.96 -
May 5 5 2.65 12 2.75 -
12 6 2..36 11 2.52 -
19 7 2.09 6 2.28 -
26 2 2.18 6 2.30 -
June 2 1 2.25 6 2.42 -

TOTAL 223 2.41 32920 2.5- 368 2.28 -
Made available through the courtesy of' the Florida Control 'Committee and the.
Florida Citrus Growers' Clearing House "Association.





WEIGHTED AVERAE AUCTION PRICES OF GRAPEFRUIT, 1933-34 SEASON


DETROIT TOTAL ALL CITIES
Week Florida Stock Te.as Stock Florida Stock -Texas Stock
Ending Carsl Average BoxesT Averagu CarsT Avorage Boxes Average
Sept. 2 -
9 19 $2.29 -
16 3 $3.43 43 3.38 -
23 3 3.65 41 3.17 -
30 6 3.11 104 2.93 -
Oct. 7 10 2.46 171 2.54 -
14 6 2.36 148 2.38 -
21 7 2.62 145 2.49 -
28 6 2.83 197 2.71 -
Nov. 4 9 2.58 265 2.44 -
11 12 2.26 284 2.21 -
18 7 2.23 208 2.23 -
25 12 2.43 294 2.22 -
Dec. 2 7 2.32 191 2.21 -
9 7 2.26 206 2.36
16 8 2.46 280 2.19
23 11 2.27 280 2.20 -
30 2 2.27 136 2.25 -
1934
Jan. 6 6 2.42 176 2.23 5697 $2.68
13 12 2.32 728 $2.84 246 2.19 10987 2.67
20 9 2.20 2320 2.48 214 2.18 14689 2.55
27 13 2.23 1635 2.87 285 2.24 14371 2.61
Feb. -3 9 2.13 1086 2.01 261 2.06 10353 2.24
10 8 2.24 358 2.39 272 2.02 5081 2,55
17 6 2.52 607 2.61 205 2.12 5760 2.75
24 12 2.53 307 2.61 218 2.25 5309 2.74
Mar. 3 11 2.39 187 2.46 254 2.31 8675 2.50
10 11 2.69 18S 2.27 295 2.35 2044 2.74
17 12 2.60 231 2.17 260 2.40 2380 2.55
24 9 2.49 672 2.56 246 2.48 5315 2.40
31 4 2.89 795 2.65 245 2.55 4516 2.54
Apr. 7 7 2.84 242 2.46 2299 2.54
14 14 2.80 218 2.52 -
21 9 2.83 236 2.67
28 6 2.92 214 2.91
May 5 7 3.36 259 2.73
12 12 2.55 217 2:55 -
19 5 2.59 149 2.46 -
26 3 2.60 155 2.3,7
June 2 3 2.66 123 2.29
TOTAL 304 2.51 9114 2.54 8002 2.37 97476 2.56
Made available through the courtesy of the Florida Control Committee and the
Florida Citrus Growers' Clearing House Association.

NOTE Texas grapefruit prices in preceding grapefruit tables
obtained from the "Review of the 1933-34 Season -
Marketing Texas Citrus Lower Rio Grande Valley of Texas"
by W. D. Googe.




72 o.
WEIGHTED AVERAGE AUCTION-PRICES OF TANGERINES. i933-34 SEASON


Prices quoted


on basis of


"Full-Straps".


Week NEW YORK CITY PHILADELPHIA BOSTON
Ending Cars Average _Cars Average Carsi Average
Nov. 4 1 $4.20 -
11 18 3.16 1 $2.85 -
18 46 2.67 1 2.70 3 $3.03
25 43 2.97 2 3.40 7 3.13
Dec. 2 56 3.34 19 2.48 8 3.10
9 93 2.73 27 2.39 6 2.80
16 103 2.02 12 2.44 12 2.24
23 87 2.29 24 2.35 18 2.23
30 71 2.43 16 2.35 4 2.77
Jan. 6 69 2.18 10 2.19 9 2.59
13 74 2.21 25 1.82 21 2.13
20 78 2.34 12 2.16 16 2.1
27 77 2.47 15 2.53 13 2.33
Feb. 3 77 2.07 17 1.77 7 2.48
10 50 2.08 11 1.87 9 2.37
17 41 2.37 10 1.93 7 2.02
24 23 3.00 3 2.30 -
Mar. 3 35 3.18 10 2.35 2 2.40
10 17 3.22 -- -
17 11 2.97 2 2.75 1 2.45
24 4 3.39 -
31 3 -3.32 1 2.15 -
Apr. 7 3 2.87 -
14 -
TOTAL 1080 2.46 218 2.22 143 2.41


Week PITTSBURGH CLEVELAND CHICAGO
Ending Cars Average CarsI Average CarsI Average
Nov. 4 -
11 2 $2.25 -
18 2 2.80 3 $3.00
25 8 $2.97 2 3.30
Dec. 2 7 3.13 2 3.52 4 3.25
9 13 .2.92 8 2.99 8 2.91
16 11 2.35 10 2.45 15 2.55
23 15 2.45 9 2.52 13 2.2
30 11 3.02 6 2.95 6 2.87
Jan. 6 13 2.46 8 2.57 15 2.65
13 17 2.04 17 2.18 14 2.30
20 10 2.24 10 2.15 17 2.33
27 10 2.67 6 2.20 12 2.32
Feb. 3 10 2.54 4 3.06 5 2.59
10 12 2.58 7 2.67 5 2.53
17 9 2.35 5 2.45 7 2.66
24 5 2.69 2.09 2.40
Mar. 3 3 2.6 2 2.14
10 2 3.5 1 2.30 -
17 3 2.6 -
24 -
31
31 -
TApr14 -15 105 132 2.5
TOTAL 155 2.53 105 2.53 132 2.52




73 -
WEIGHTED AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES OF TANGERINES, 1933-34 SEASON
o0hm UM
Prices quoted on basis of "Full-Straps".
Week ST. LOUIS CINCINNATI DETROIT
Ending Cars Average Carss Average CarsI Average
Nov. 4 -
11 1 $3.80 -
IS 5 2.69 4 $2.63
25 3 2.67 4 2.66
Dec. 2 2 3.02 3 3.41
9 3 2.78 3.00
16 8 2.58 8 $2.31 2.40
23 6 2.53 7 2.9 5 2.25
30 2 2.70 7 2.46 1 2.87
Jan. 6 6 2.50 10 2.14 5 2.54
13 9 2.25 8 1.72 2.04
20 6 2.48 5 2.08 2.02
27 2 2.63 7 2.37 2.40
Feb. 3 1 2.79 5 2.19 2.64
10 7 2.88 6 2.33 3 2.53
17 7 2.27 7 2.18 6 2.28
24 1 2.47 5 2.33 3 2.10
Mar. 3 1 2.50 1 2.40 2 2.14
10 2 2.68 -
17 1 3.42 -
24 -
31 1 2.30 -
Apr. 7
Apr14 l- -

TOTAL 71 2.57 79 2.26 65 2.40


TOTAL ALL CITIES
Week Cars I Average


Ending


Nov. 4
11
18
25
Dec. 2
9
16
23
30
1934
Jan. 6
13
20
27
Feb. 3
10

Mar. 3
10

31
24
31
Apr. 7
T 14
TOTAL


I


1 $4.20
22 3.12
-64 2.71
69 2.98
101 3.14
163 2.72
183 2.19
184 2.33
124 2.54
145 2.32
192 2.10
10 2.2
2.
138 2.1
110 2.27
2.66
56 2.88


3 2.87

2048 2.44







UNITED STATES ORANGE EXPORTS BY COUNTRIES JULY 1932 THROUGH DECEMBER 1932


Country to .which exported I July ] Augus


Belgium
Denmark
Finland
France
Germany.
Norway
Sweden
United Kingdom
Canada
Panama
Mexico
Newfoundland & Labrador
Bermudas
Other British West Indies
Cuba
Netherland West Indies
Virgin Is. of U. S.
Columbia
Venezuela
British India
British Malaya.
Ceylon
China
Netherland East Indies
French Indo China
Hong Kong
Japan
Kwantung
Philippine Islands
British Oceania
New Zealand
Netherlands
Poland & Danzig
Bolivia
Portugal
Costa Rica
French Oceania
Miquelon & St. Pierre Is.
Australia
Others


5496
30
440o
2251
20379
6015
7345
140524
207165
535
62
1392
295
120

112
7
14
10
256
462
40
5381
70

2518
615

5051'
17

25777
423


2086


855
100
31(
4.
766s
1848(
2:

13
3!

4'




64

64


23
3
1
33

148


it jSeptember j
B 0 X E -S
65 4450


73 3317
So 18666
05
70
33 34837
02 131167
39 120
s2 75
86 1628
51 359
65 73
2 2
54 366
21 26
11 10
16 18
12 206
66 257
30 -
68 1523
33 23
2
48 1269
60 290
00 20
59 3341
3
12
15 1999
300


333


October) November| December


752


3783
121816
229
72
1059
109
lo4
2
301
2
2
'21
175
638
-w
1182
120
130
786
155
20
3691
23
30

500



22
-


2

2
134646
235
42
1138
72-
101,
2
376
49
10
29
110
464

1319
305
20
982
167
15
3474
13
925


-
3
2
10
1
10
172
214863
255
78
174o
142
100
13
212
117
1
38
25
128

1088
223
5
607
86
41
4283
17
1250


104


100
31
50


L4 jS I u 3


Total 433196- 335305 204441 135733 144573 225800
TOTALS 1931 657664 376937 287537 118288 173020 270759
1930 144269, 151682 116929 75177 157505 373042
1929 626635. 604302 360326 382387 179099 304477
1928 174970 186320 145452 108126 209244 344935
Compiled from official records of the U. S..Bureau of Foreign & Domestic Commerce.


I. -




75 -
UNITED STATES ORANGE EXPORTS BY COUNTRIES JANUARY 1933 THROUGH


Country to which exported I JanuaryFebuar-yI March I April I May I June


Belgium
Denmark
Finland
France
Germany
Norway
Sweden
United Kingdom
Canada
Panama
Mexico
Newfoundland & Labrador
Bermudas
Other British West Indies
Cuba
Netherland West Indies
Virgin Is. of U. S.
Columbia
Venezuela
British India
British Malaya
Ceylon
China
Netherland East Indies
French Indo China
Hong Kong
Japan
Kwantung
Philippine Islands
British Oceania
New Zealand
Netherlands
Poland & Danzig
Portugal
Honduras
Guatemala
Nicaragua
Miquelon & St. Pierre Is.
Dominican Republic
French West Indies
Argentina
Peru
Java & Madura
Ethiopia
Australia
Others


1812
128975
93
47
808
75
223
5
420
320

10

193

1076
108
100
521
225
25
3036
9


550


2



3944
131417
256
38
731
134
691
17
555
251
1
10

297

835
268
75
566
135
20.
3568
10
3148
4


2685
40 60
2 15


Total 141379 147067
TOTALS 1932 205063 182167
1931 299021 330850
1930 191109 204363
S 1929 302606 323245
Compiled from official records of the U. S.


"


60
10
184941


BOXES




1

4
21
169568
208
50
891
212
329

202
171

27

549

1126
186
85
1649
365
15
5830
13
3350
1


15
379845


924



17290
505
13485
112167
215210
507
64
920
158
287
1
230
117

22
290
1209
80
4761
588
100
2320
195
505
5862
21
1828
150


585730


4276
1600

6675
24297
5900
10610
273659
201097
600
84
1271
298
187
372
431
19

22
175
1301
60
7156
196
306
3906
245
4oo
6118
14
1979
32438


473717
-
-


253367 291846 424346 293298
476723 579722 791269 485739
205725 221287 215335 179114
536227 480287 754844 657079
Bureau of Foreign & Domestic Commerce.


JUNE 1933


10825
1500

14098
20728
4251

139611
241222
644
49
1207
461
204
2
470
11

20
30
569
30
7020
135
6
5014
295
690
2921
4
3594
18050







UNITED STATES- GRAPEFRUIT EXPORTS BY COUNTRIES, JULY 1932 THROUGH DECEMBER 1932

Country to which exported July I AugustlSeptemberl Octoberi November| December


Belgium
Denmark
France
Germany
Netherlands
Norway
Sweden
Switzerland
United Kingdom
Canada
Guatemala
Nicaragua
Panama
Mexico
Miquelon & St. Pierre Is.
Newfoundland & Labrador
Bermudas
Other British West Indies
Netherland West Indies
Brazil
Argentina
Columbia
Venezuela
British India
British Malaya
Ceylon
China
Netherland East Indies
Hong Kong
Japan
Kwantung
Philippine Islands
Australia
British Oceania
New Zealand
Costa Rica
French Oceania
Others


300
50
399
930
300



56337
17795

454
2

454
48
5
12


1
20
55
179
45
331
13
83
70
20
257


40
30


110

340


21826
16689


3
8
3
178
51
2
85


5
32
50
144
S30
209

72
55
. 30
.174


55

6


100
667
446
41
100


51515
12315


100
2
2
265
19
1
133

100
5
15
115
118
35
156
10
74
38
168

2
155


3


1

666
104
75
180


20033
10706


100


156

15
67


4
15
15
166
15
200
15
66
30

132

4
500

4


2
47
1281
403
31
100

28
11299
24423



10
24
132
2
15
30
50
312
4
12
55
103
5
218
12
85
58

217
140
3
250

4


BO X ES


Total 78230 40181 66700 33269 39355 36
TOTALS 1931 145548 55078 45065 41349 103494 83
1930 39158 23269 42921 55319 103703 9
" 1929 80601 26825 10822 70070 65849 66
.1928 42447 36723 10095 27512 87849 g8


Compiled from official records of the U. S. Bureau of


208'
1217
905,
>252
)002
rce.


6
8
629
247
16
97
117
27
11606
21746
-

80
12
3
116
10
2
81

298
5
15
28
72

221
.7
87'
65

325
150
2
65

50
15


Come


Foreign &


Domestic








UNITED STATES- GRkPEwrniTT~r


77 .
EXPORTS BY COUNTRIES, JANUARY 1933 THROUGH JUNE 1933.


Country to which exported i JanuarylFebruaryl March April May I June


Belgium
Denmark
France
Germany
Netherlands
Norway
Sweden
Switzerland
United Kingdom
Canada
Guatemala
Nicaragua
Panama
Mexico
Miquelon & St. Pierre Is.
Newfoundland & Labrador
Bermudas
Other British West Indies
Netherland West Indies
Virgin Is. of U. S.
Argentina
Columbia
Venezuela
British India
British Malaya
Ceylon
China
Netherland East Indies
Hong Kong
Japan
Kwantung
Philippine Islands
Australia
British Oceania
New Zealand
Others


Total


160
550
86
1
117


33149
35139


12
5
1
134
7
28
119


7
15

18
5
172
3
46
5.0
10
358
200


205
8
70605


85
701
107
28
1


27448
31563


40


120
34
42
111
-
4
12

42
10
140
23
46
37

206
100

303
5
61208


250

77270


BOXES
1

1013
201
162
100
8

31023
43108


100

1
186
56
24
75
.5

4
28

98
10
170
20.
105
85

287
150


672
429
130
201


90868
4o5go
40580


172
7
1
274
159
18
103
8
-
3
21
75
258
45
276
18
126
80
10
232

1
267

135034


450
100
830
806
1070
1545
534

152583
38347


161

7
178
211 .
5
175 :

4
43

188
30
407
3
59
95.
10
127

1
230
2
198201


TOTALS 1932 81566 131567 137581- 122913 151539 102787
1931 114854" 89779 151334 166555 165769 178885
1930 96955 104890 99556 65196 78145 88831
1929 84982 117972. 122717 106301 119352. 104521

Compiled from official records of the U. S. Bureau of Foreign & Domestic Comnerce.


UNITED STATES-- GAERI


75

1612
1090
50
410


25079
35390


313

3
306
164
14
152
12
2
'6
34
110
100
12
439
14
42
25
10
149

1
203

65817





- 7 -


TnThTTlW.Tr A1~W -rBC~ AT)ANTOl'. WiY'tARIT'c~ -.


r~T1WPTW.. TTIT. 1C7~ TWROUOX DECEMBER iq1~


Country to which exported July AugustlSeptemberl Octoberl Novemberl December
BOXES


Austria
Belgium
Denmark
Finland
France
Germany
Netherlands
Norway
Sweden
Switzerland
United Kingdom
Canada
Guatemala
Nicaragua
Panama
Mexico
Miquelon & St. Pierre Is.
Newfoundland & Labrador
Bermudas
Other British West Indies
Cuba
Dominican Republic
Netherland West Indies
Haiti, Republic of
Virgin Is. of U. S.
French West Indies
Venezuela
British India
British Malaya
Ceylon
China
Iraq.
Netherland East Indies
French Indo China
Hong Kong
Japan
Kwantung
Philippine Islands
British Oceania
New Zealand
French Oceania
Poland & Danzig
-Australia
Others


7035
500

16520
19942
11750
1654
2821

253626
191037

2
670
54
82
1011
401
237
4
1
422
1
1

13
100
1589
109
12035

351
56
6585
390
505
4700
17
4780

150
200


5000
2273


16403
8752
1300
151
2

50887
158468

7
489
79
8
745
448
188
3
2
464
1


25
440
692
80
6965
2999
319
59
2923
172

4060
15
3000

835
100


4305


2

24097
117606

416
58
46
1565
394
178
3
2
406

11

72
365
762
93
4266

153
187
2165
190
50
5595
22
450

1680

4


3998




6103
110493


390
52
30
1035
158
184
3
3
359
109

23
215
1283
142
1956

301
282
2253
590
30
5671
42
1780

1000


601
13


4
1370
127644


398
61
37
1477
128
237
13
1
310

155

15
o04
567
40
3202

435
173
1173
46
28
3777
43
6095


3

1
-

2


310
211260


379
388
25
2402
173
417
5
2
433
-
147
6
39
50
846
15
947

464
161
829
178
40
2994
42
4155

160
8


Total 539351 268354 165143 138485 148147 226889
Compiled from official records of the U. S. Bureau of Foreign and Domestic
Commerce.


TnTTMV'n MAMIPi Z MvIMV YPAJ 1 L -- 'RV rr,)I T VffM', TrvIL 1Q-4_ --4 ...... MMll


9




- 79 -


UNITED STATES ORANGE EXPORTS BY COUNTRIES JANUARY 1934 THROUGH JUNE 1934.

Country to which exported I Januaryj Februaryj MarchI April 1 May June


Austria
Belgium
Denmark
Finland
France
Germany
Netherlands
Norway
Sweden
Switzerland
United Kingdom
Canada
Guatemala
Nicaragua
Panama
Mexico
Miquelon & St. Pierre Is.
Newfoundland & Labrador
Bermudas
Other British West Indies
Cuba
Dominican Republic
Netherland West Indies
Haiti, Republic of
Virgin Is. of U. S.
French West Indies
Venezuela
British India
British Malaya
Ceylon
China
Iraq.
Netherland East Indies
French Indo China
-Hong Kong
Japan
Kwantung
Philippine Islands
British Oceania
New Zealand
French Oceania
Poland & Danzig
-Australia
Others


60


1
1
1



308
133408


192
981
28
916
231
516
3
2
853

233

15
20
404
5
558

403
45
588
215
10
4063
28
5222
1

80


1

16774
156539


257
1183
25
977
408
665
6

364

18)4

5
12
701
1277


253

839
14o
30
4622
48
5055
1000

71
3


* *


BOXES




1
4915
1085



63693
190515


242
17o6
38
1005
458
536
9
1
724

246
6
15
77
986
25
3388

715
150
1992
160
110
5305
34
3071
1

200
6


Total 149391 191439
Compiled from official records of the U. S.
* Not available at time of,Swmmary release.


281415
Bureau of


408385
Foreign & Domestic Commerce


-
8146
450
1365

16755
4950
5615
24023

115992
195082


281
1930
48
1402
781
534

1
1008
2
151

18
230
1702
113
7254

318
100
5043
1205
270
10658
49
2705
4

200
-,


-- ----- --







UNITED STATES- GRAPEFRUIT EXPORTS BY COUNTRIES. JULY 1933 THROUGH DECEMBER 1933.

Country to which exported July August September Octoberi Novemberi December


Belgium
Denmark
Finland
France
Germany
Netherlands
Norway
Sweden
Switzerland
Poland & Danzig
United Kingdom
Canada
Irish Free State
Panama
Mexico
Miquelon & St. Pierre Is.
Newfoundland & Labrador
Bermudas
Other British West Indies
Cuba
Netherland West Indies
Virgin Is. of U. S.
Argentina
Columbia
Peru
Venezuela
British India
British Malaya
Ceylon
China
Iraq.
Netherland East Indies
French Indo China
Hong Kong
Japan
Kwantung
Philippine Islands
Australia
New Zealand
British Oceania
French Oceania
British East Africa
Others


BOXES
230 218 50
127 100 54

1300 900 453
142. 15 52
-
380 2 55
50 200
5o -oo


41663 24492 26258
31769 15026 12655

296 290 71
1 6 2
20 6
299 148 294
98 173 110
1 10 77
35 -
125 30 120
5 -

3 3 4

24 21 17
10 100 115
368 181 171
54 44 60
668 275 114

13 32 23
28 5 -
159 118 76
105 83 30
15 -
220 190 197

215 160 355
3 3 9


Total 78426 42625 41628 76973 60035 59925


69
215

1731
330
130
565

10
49371
22679

95

3
156
3
84

201
7
151
7

31
10
265
111
115

35
5
189
45

264
6
85
5


62
124

1917
771
76
305
75
29

26317
27736

200
8
2
120
'3
81

144
32
608
3

7
28
161
15
236
25
34
10
88


253
50
511
3

1


87
4
8
1428
937
98
106
193
21

26245
27535
4
142
30
261
49
59
194
6
113
5

30
20
321
30
289

58

107
55
691
4oo
388
6


5


U. S.


Compiled from official records of the


Bureau of Foreign & Domestic Commerce.





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UNITED STATES- GRAPEERUIT EXPORTS BY COUNTRIES, JANUARY 1934 THROUGH JUNE 1934

Country to which exported I Janurwry FebruaryI March| April I May I June
BQ X ES *
Belgium 20 300 2 278
Denmark 1 701
Finland 230
France 359 1214 1001 1831
Germany 428 10 223 1248
Netherlands 34 37 43 131
Norway 53 31 44 553
Sweden 1 32 365
Switzerland 1 6 --
Poland & Danzig -
United Kingdom 13596 43971 67882 58389
Canada 37898 33910 43954 40932
Irish Free State -
Panama 172 41 147 296
Mexico 3 34 79 43
Miquelon & St. Pierre Is. 1 1 -
Newfoundland & Labrador 112 201 198 214
Bermudas 72 133 231 232
Other British West Indies 114 165 143 99
Cuba -
Netherland West Indies 154 36 120 345
Virgin Is. of U. S. 12 7 12 17
Argentina 79 70 -
Columbia 2 2 3 5
Peru 3
Venezuela 14 6 18 55
British India 30 7 60 140
British Malaya 165 209 166 356
Ceylon 10 20 69
China 94 113 267 448
Iraq. -
Netherland East Indies 23 13 g 17
French Indo China -
Hong Kong 68 84 115 393
Japan 45 35 55 130
Kwantung -
Philippine Islands 227 120 195 317
Australia 306 560 480 185
New Zealand 213 178 223 412
British Oceania -1 4 3 9
French Oceania 40 -
British East Africa 5
Others 1 -

Total 54307 81575 115701 l8s440
Compiled from official records of the U. S. Bureau of Foreign & Domestic
Commerce.
Not available at the time when Summary released.






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The following f.o.b analysis does not represent the entire Florida
citrus industry but a sufficiently high percentage to be generally representa- ..
tive is included for the dates indicated. These data have been compiled from
confidential Shippers' Reports of Daily Business Transacted received by the
Federal-State Market News office at Orlando, Florida, as provided for in the
'Citrus Marketing Agreement'.

FLORIDA CITRUS F.O.B PRICE ANALYSIS OF CARLOT(RAIL & BOAT)SHIPMENTS & TRUCK


SALES AS COMPARED WITH WEEKLY AUCTION AVERiAGES ON 9 LEADING


AUCTION MARKETS


(All Prices are Weighted Weekly Averages)
FL O R I.- D A 0 RANGES


Carlot F.o.b Sales, Rail & Boat Shipments FLORIDA
Midseason Valencias Mid.& VaL AUCTION
No.lsl No.2siComb. No.lsi No.2slComb Bulk AVERAGES


$-


Week
End-
ing
1934
Jan.
13
20
27
Feb.
3
10
17
24
3
10
17
24
31
pr_?
14
21
28
M~ay
5
12
192
June
2


$ $1.30
-- 1.18

1.20
1.09
1.07
1.18
1.32
1.92 1.44
1.97 1.51
1.84 1.43
1.83 1.47
1,75 1.42
1.82 1.45
1.99 1.54
2.19 1.63
2.24 1.82
2.37 1.82
2.60 2.24
3.03 -


- 3.90 3.27 3.50


$2.60
2.46
2,23
2.13
2.29
2.40
2.36
2.52
2.91
2.82
2.74
2.76
2.50
2.61
2.82
3.02
3.10
3.16
3.64
3.74


WEEKLY TRUCK
SALES *
Combi No.2s No.3s


1.60
1.55
1.56
1.43
1.57
1.56
1.71
1.72
1.76
1.87


1.42
1.39
1.37
1.32
1.36
1.43
1.58
1.57
1.75
1.74


-
-
--










.96
1.16
1.54

1.55


- 4.16


Truck prices represent weekly averages on thousands of boxes each week
compiled from individual sales ranging from a few boxes to a truck load.
These prices were obtained from all sections of the state.

Note- In the f.o.b carlot prices, the averages on 'Combination Gradet and
"Bulk' represent relatively few cars as compared to prices on 'No. l's'
and 'No. 2's.'


$1.89
1.72
1.64
1.71
1.89
1.86
2.01
2.21
2.23
2.08


$1.64
1.56
1.43
1.46
1.52
1.53
1.67
1.89
1.85
1.62


-
1.94
1.84
1.85
1.83
1.76
1.81
1.93
2.06
2.19
2.27
2.64
3.13


$ -
1.61

1.47
1.47
1.57
1.63
1.68
1.71
1.85


2.18
2.14
2.10
2.06
2.05
2.03
2.13
2.25
2.41
2.49
2.87
3.50


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FLORIDA CITRUS F.O.B PRICE ANALYSIS OF CARLOT(RAIL & BOAT)SHIPMENTS & TRUCK


SALES AS COMPARED WITH WEEKLY AUCTION AVERAGES ON 9 LEaDING AUCTION MARKETS


(All Prices are Weighted Weekly Averages)
F L 0 R I DA G RAPEFRUI T
Week Carlot f.o.b Sales, Rail & Boat Shipments IFLORIDA. WEEKLY TRUCK
End- Regulars Marsh Seedless Reg.& M.S IAUCTION SALES*
in Nolsl No.2slComb.I No.1sj No.2slComb. Bl .VERAGES No. 2sI No. 3s
Jan.
13 $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $2.19 $ $ -
20 1.66 1.47 1.06 2.18 -
27 2.24 -
Feb.
3 1.55 1.34 1.30 1.91 1.90 1.89 1.09 2.06 -
10 1.53 1.37 2.02 1.88 1.80 1.10 2.02 -
17 1.56 1.36 1.58 2.03. 1.85 1.69 1.19 2.12 -
24 1.55 1.40 1.52 2.15 1.82 1.75 1.19 2.25 -
Mar.
3 1.63 1.44 1.49 1.99 1.87 1.93 1.15 2.31 -
10 1.70 1.51 1.66 2.08 1.89 1.96 1.21 2.35 -
17 1.74 1.56 1.76 2.00 1.88 1.93 1.28 2.40 -
24 1.81 1.65 1.70 2.07 1.92 1.97 1.48 2.48 1.08
31 1.71 1.69 1.55 2.10 1.94 2.03 1.49 2.55 1.07 .77
7 1.84 1.76 1.60 2.11 1.93 2.03 1.44 2.46 1.08 .78
14 1.81 1.70 2.11 1.98 2.06 1.48 2.52 1.10 .88
21 2.11 1.88 2.24 2.06 2.18 1.58 2.67 1.21 .88
28 2.43 1.88 1.93 2.42 2.25 2.41 1.75 2.91 1.28 1.02
May
5 2.46 2.07 2.59 2.35 2.46 1.60 2.73 1.40 1.21
12 2.46 2.21 2.28 1.80 2.55 1.50 1.22
19 2.39 2.31 2.46 1.50 1.20
26 2.55 2.15 2.55 2.37 1.35 1.16
Jhme
2 2.22 2.25 2.24 2.29

Truck prices represent weekly averages on thousands of boxes each week
compiled from individual sales ranging from a few boxes to a truck load.
These prices were obtained from all sections of the state.
Note- In the f.o.b carlot prices, the averages on 'Combination Grade' and
'Bulk' represent relatively few cars as compared to prices on 'No. 1's'
and No. 2's.


SUMMARY OF PERCENTAGES OF F.O.B SALES
(All percentages on a weighted basis)
37% of the reported carlot shipments of Florida Oranges, represented
in the preceding price table, were sold on a f.o.b basis. The percentage of
'bulk' sold f.o.b was very high while 'combination grade' was relatively so.
Specific percentages were as follows: Midseason- No. l's 34%, No. 2's 32%,
Combination 77%; Valencias- No. l's 32%, No. 2's 33%, Combination 60%;
Bulk 91%.
41% of the cars of Grapefruit were sold f.o.b. Percentages were as follows:
Regulars- No. l's 32%, No. 2's 35%, Comb. 51%; Marsh Seedless- No. l's 35%,
No. 2's 40%, Comb. 80%; Bulk 89%.
Mixed Citrus f.o.b sales were 39% of the cars reported shipped. No. i's
22%, No. 2's 39%, Comb. 64%; Bulk 77%.
10% of Tangerines were sold f.o.b. No. l's 12%, No. 2's 6%.













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