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Group Title: Market news service on fruits and vegetables
Title: Marketing Florida citrus
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Title: Marketing Florida citrus
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Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 27 cm.
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Creator: United States -- Dept. of Agriculture. -- Production and Marketing Administration
United States -- Agricultural Marketing Service
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Place of Publication: Washington D.C
Publication Date: 1937-1938
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UNITED STATES IEARTMhNT OF AGRICUL1'RE
Bureau of Agricultural Economics
and the
FIlRID STATE MARTIN BUREAU
Cooperating








MARKET NEWS SERVICE ON FRUITS AND VEGETABLES










MAUKETI=G FiMRIlA CItRUS
S[IMARY CF 1937-38 SEASON
by
H. F. Willson


Lakeland, Florida


Sept. 3rd, 1938


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UNIVERSITY
OF FLORIDA
LIBRARY




































Ihe information contained herewith
has been compiled from the daily citrus
bulletins. issued at Lakeland, Florida and
from various reports released by the Bureau
of Agricultural Economics; the Bureau of
Foreign & Domestic Commerce; the Florida
State Department of Agriculture; the Florida
Citrus Exchangq; and the Florida Citrus
Commission..

Shipments, unloads and other similar
data for the 1937-38 season are subject to
revision on account of late and corrected
reports which are not yet available.



























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Pages
Introduction . . . . . . . . . . ...... 1- 2
Carlot shipments, by Weeks -
Rail and Boat Oranges & Tangerines . . 3
-Grapefruit .......... 4
Rail, Boat & Express Mixed Citrus . . . . 5
Florida Truck & Boat Shipments, by Weeks . . . . .... . 6
Mixed Car Analysis, Florida Rail Shipments . . . . . . 7
Total Shipments Florida Citrus by Rail Boat, Truck & Express . . 8
Florida Citrus Used by Canners, 1937-38 Season . . .. . . 9

Unloads in 66 Cities 1936-37 Season -
Oranges, Grapefruit & Tangerines . . . . . 10-21
Unloads in 29 Cities 1936-37 Season -
Mixed Citrus . . . . .. . . . 22-23
Unloads in 66 Cities Sept. 1937 through July 1938
Oranges & Grapefruit . . . . . . 24-34
Unloads in 66 Cities Oct. 1937 through April 1938
Tangerines 35
Unloads in 29 Cities Sept. 1937 through July 1938
Mixed Citrus . . . . . . . . . 36-37
Distribution of Florida Citrus -
Rail & Boat . . . . . . . .... 38-49
Truck ..... ................. 50-53
Weighted Average Auction prices -
Oranges Florida & California . . . 54-64
Grapefruit Florida (Beglar & Marsh-Seodless) . 65-75
Florida & Texas . . . . . .. 76-81
Tangerines Florida Only . . ........ 82-83
Florida Averages by Markets Past 12 Years . . . 84-85
Orange & Grapefruit Production, by States, 1889-1937 . . . . 86-87
Estimated Bearing Acreage Principal Citrus Producing States . 88-89
Estimated Production Florida Citrus in Relative Percentages,
1937-38 season .. . . . . ... . . 90
Citrus Surveys for Arizona, California & Texas . . . . . 91-92
Production of Limes in Principal Countries . . . . .. . 93
United States Exports May 1937 through June 1938 -
Oranges & Grapefruit . . . . . . . 94-97









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UMTiD 'L STkA MSPIMAMT or rAC3t'ffi1i9
Bureau of Agricultural Eonomics
and the
FIGRIDA STATE MABREETI BOBEA
Cooperating



MAB E NEWS SERVICE ON FRUITS & VMEETBIES




M IA~flNG FIGRIDA CITMUS
oMAMr ZOF 1937.38 SEASON

H. F. 1ilson.

Daily market reports on citrus were issued at
Iekeland, Florida frcm Sept. 20, 1937 to June 7, 1938,
inclusive.




Total production of oranges, grapefruit and tangerines in the United States
exceeded .100 000,000 boxes during the 1937-38 season for the first time in the history
of the Industry. The previous. "ighs" of approximately 85,000,000 boxes were reached
in each of the seasons of 1936-37 and 1934-35. The "light" year during the past decade
was the 1929-30 season when the total production was only around 44,000,000. Of the
100,000,000 boxes, Florida produced over 40,000,000 boxes or approximately two-fifths
of the total United States production. By classes, this State produced 26 000,000
boxes of oranges and tangerines and 14,200,000 boxes of grapefruit compare to the
total production of 70,910,000 oranges and 30,444,000 grape'ruit. .
Briefly, the 1937-38 season-may be sumned up as one of heavy production in
all the main citrus producing states, very ksen competition not only from citrus in
cocmeting sections but other fruits as well, poorer quality than usual in Florida, and
a lower purchasing power throughout the country. The apple crop was one of the largest
in many years and apples are an important competitor o citrus. The cold damage in
Florida in December and the drought in the Spring and early Sumner had their effects on
the fruit and the quality was no as good as former seasons. All of these factors, re-
sulted in a low price season.
Florida's total shi mts of all citrus by rail, boat, express, and truck
equaled 80,289 cars or about 2,500 cars mote than in 1936-37 when, on the same basis
77,813 cars were shipped. The Federal Surplus Commodities Corporation purchased 2,283
cars of oranges during the 1937-38 season and 2,301 cars of grapefruit in 1936-37 for re-
lief purposes. The movesant of grapefruit started off slower tan in 1936-37 and, u to
Sept..20th, there were only 191 cars shipped by rail and boat compared with 836 the pre-
vious season. Oranges, on the other had., were tomewbat. earlier and, by Dec. 1st, 137,
6,142 cars had been shipped as against 5,676 a year ago. An added incentive to ove as
manyrearly oranges as possible was due mainly to an interval between California's Valencia
and Navel crops. During the two weeks prior to Nov. 6th. California shipped only 115 cars
of oranges compared with 1,201 cars for the same period in 1935. Florida s orange rail
and boat shipments during this time totaled around 1,800 cars as against 660 in 1935.
California's Valencia season closed with a better than $5.00 market. Florida's
season opened correspondingly high with. an average of $4.28 (not including Indian River
fruit) on 149 cars for the week ending Oct. 15th prices declined sharply with the follow-
ing heavy movement and, by weoks ending Dec. .17th and 24th the combined averagesin the
10 leading auctions on oranges from sections other -than Indian River were $2.11 and $2.08
respectively. throughout the remainder of the season, Florida oranges, generally, were
around $2.0. oxn the auctions for "regular" fruit. Up to May 1st, the weekly averages
were mostly a. little under $2.00; but, after Maoy 1st, they were slightly above $2.00.




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With the exception of the first part of th',season,.prices were consistently low with only
slight changes. There were no sostained advanOSes a d'the Valencia market did not have it's
usual marked fluctuations. A total of 20,686 bars of Florida oranges (including Indian
River) sold on the 10 auctions for an average of $2.24 per standard box basis as compared
to 17,932 cars at $3.21 in 1936-37 or a decrease of 970 per box. This $2.24 average was
the lowest of any during the past'thirteen seasons the previous low was an average of
$2.44 in 1932-33.
Grapefruit prices, unlike oranges, were only 70 per standard box basis lower than
Year earlier or 8,555 oars of Florida grapefruit sold on the auctions at an average of
$2.16 compared with 10,197 cars in 1936-37 at $2.23. During the past thirteen years there
have been two seasons when Florida grapefruit averaged less on the 10 auctions than in 1937-
38 and those were the 1934.35 season when 9 759 oars averaged $2.00 and the 1932-33 season
when 9,863 cars averaged $2.06. The price trend on grapefruit, however, was very similar
to that of oranges. he season opened at relatively high prices on a few cars to decline as
soon as volume movement started. During the two woeks ending ov. 5th and 12th, prices on
combined Duncan and Marsh-Seedless (not including Indian River) had declined to $1.93 and
$1.90 respectively. Advances were made during the latter part of November and the first of
December; but, by the last part of December the average was again below $2.00 and continued
about stationary througut he reminder of the season with the exception of two weeks in
May when there was a slight flurry in the. market, particularly in the Middlewest, and prices
averaged over $2.00.
There were 2,513.cars of Florida tangerines sold on the 10 leading auctions during
the 1937-38 season at an average of $1.24 per 4/5 bushel box an increase of 140 over a year
ago. Lower seasonal averages than $1.24 have been received three times in the past thirteen
years. In 1936-37, the seasonal average was $1.30; in 1934-35, $1.18; in 1933-34, $1.20;
and in 1932-33, the average was the same at $1.24.
On Aug. 12th, 1938, the Division of Crop and livestock Estimates reported on con-
ditions of the 1938-39 Florida citrus crop as follows:
"Citrus condition improved slightly during July and, on Aug. 1, oranges were
estimated at 76 percent of normal compared with 75 percent on July 1 and 76 per-
cent on Aug. 1, 1937. Grapefruit condition was reported at 74 percent, the same
as on July 1 which ompares with 52 percent a year earlier. Tangerine condition
was 70.percent compared to 68 percent in July and 48 percent a year earlier."
Of interest in considering future problems of the citrus industry, are the follow-
ing excerpts from the '1938 Orange and Grapefruit Outlook Reports' released by the United
States Department of Agriculture, Bureau of Agricultural Econmaics, Nov. 10th:
MRAGES: Of the 34,600 000 bearing trees (5 years old and over) estimated in
the groves of California, lorida, Texas, and Arizona in 1937, 45 percent had not
reached full production and 26 percent were in the relatively young group of 5 to
10 years of age. With this proportion of the bearing trees yet to came into full
bearing, it seems reasonably certain that the average production during the next
5 years will be larger than that of the last 5 years. Disposal of larger quanti-
ties in foreign markets holds little promise because of an increasing production
in other countries, especially in Palestine.
'"GAEE TIT: According to United States Census enumerations, there were
10,079,000 bearing trees in groves in 1935. The number of bearing trees in 1935
was 3 times the number in 1925 and 5 times the number in 1920. Under the average
growing conditions of recent years, and in the light of recent production trends
and potential increases in bearing surface of young trees, it seems certain that
the average production of the next 5 marketing seasons (1937-41) will exceed
25,000,000 boxes and may approach 30,000,000 boxes. he canning factory has be-
come an important marketing outlet for grapefruit in Florida and Texas in recent
years. Exports of canned grapefruit have shown rapid increase in the last 6 years
and prospects appear favorable for continued heavy exports in the next few years.
Because of the heavy competition in the European market, exports of grapefruit from
the United States in the next few years probably will not exceed the average exports
of 995,000 boxes in the 5-year period 1931-32 to 1935-36, except in years of small
competing crops."
In accordance with the practice of previous seasons, every effort has been made to
include in the annual citrus su arles, data which will be of most value to the Industry.
We have endeavored to include basio statistics suitable for ooparisons with past seasons.
To those wishing to make a study of the many phases of the marketing of Florida's citrus
crop, detailed data will be found for this purpose in the various tabulations in this
Suwary. For the first time a segregation of auction prices on Indian River citrus, has
been made available through the courtesy of the Florida Citrus Exchange.






ORAMNS AQm AM1=mEs CrtIOT aImmeNTS (iSa L & BOAT) BY WEKS
F D : T~ho following tabulations of earlot shipents (rail, boat & express) by weeks
were taken from the '"eekly Summary of Carlot Shipments" as released by the Washington
Office of the Bureau of Agricultural Economics. lorida shipments f6r both the 1937-38
and 1936-37 seasons include 'light' and t!heay' cars. Cars loaded 250 boxes or loss
were counted as 'light' cars and 2 light rs ware used as 1 car n these compilations.
Total light cars for the 1937-38 season were Oranges 2,478 cars; grapefruit 469 cars;
tangerines 54 cars and mixed citrus 1,608 cars. For the 1936-37 season, total light
cars were Oranges 2,009 cars; grapefruit 1,034 cars; tangerines 47 cars and mixed
citrus 1,486 cars.
See Paso 8 for Florida shipments of oranges, grapefruit and tangerines, by weeks,
including truck and mixed cars.
Week FI RIDA ClFQBNIMA TEXAS I AR1ZOx. AILoEMs# TOTALS
Ending 1937-38 193- 37-383 7 37-336-37 3-38 -3737-3836-37 37 136-37


Sqpt. 4
11
18
25
Oct. 2
9
16
23
30
Nov. 6
13
20
27
Dec. 4
11
18
25
Jan. 1
8
15
22
29
Feb. 5
12
19
26
Mar. 5
12
19
26
Apr. 2
9
16
23
30
May 7
14
21
28
June 4
11
18
25
July 2
9
16
23
30
Aug. 6
13
20


Orgs. TangsI Orgs. Tangs.



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L


61 13 -
107 72 -
564 281
682 593 1
814 825 1
969 6 960 20
732 31 888 78
1155 41 1038 257
677 101 606 267
883 206 1066 326
1367 336 1181 419
1356 456 1165 457
446 299 371 240
727 388 446 299
1016 234 873 377
1074 191 1128 245
1004 201 1191 244
975 197 1291 197
1159 163 1144 317
1612 144 828 271
1520 113 906 193
1478 69 827 153
1350 40 882 73
1759 18 907 47
1426 13 1069 19
1326 5 1107 13
1380 1 893 4
1640 950 2
1680 982
1167 995
1131 1015
1182 1024
1400 914
1142 767
742 796
672 631 -
546 461 -
453 334
289 183 -
232 104
92 54 -
67 -
8 -
6 -
5 -
1 1 -


815 1108
963 1160
904 1104
809 1145
703 1055
659 1010
479 818
199 550
68 145
47 99
255 890
836 1439
1156 1105
1607 1515
1739 1623
853 852
484 422
672 425
891 522
979 553
842 61"
1160 702
808 691
1266 642
1110 667
1418 650
607 982
1481 888
125 822
1489 808
1162 954
1382 868
1620 898
1683 782
1529 803
1656 902
1967 970
1991 916
2066 961
1688 840
1727 1007
1515 1129
1870 815
1642 928
1786 811
1859 1054
2064 1013
1718 947
1708 825
1496 881
1575 752


8
8
12 8
32 16
107 41
100 83
53 84
22 62
46 54
42 52
12 32
3 13
13 26
8 39
18 54
43 120
21 168
19 74
29 89
46 132
18 188
37 104
48 101
45 80
29 84
15 37
8 1
5 -
1 -




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815 1108
963 1160
904 1104
815 1145
764 1068
766 1087
1044 1109
898 1159
919 1000
1150 1130
115 1997
2128 2880
2018 2090
2800 2990
3508 3289
2694 2512
1237 1046
1805 1197
2160 1815
2272 1983
2096 2176
2358 2361
2151 2?27
3052 1833
2798 1900
2993 1820
2037 2044
3317 1947
2751 1992
2859 2Q14
2558 1891
3030 1824
3306 1881
285. 1778
2661 1820
2838 1928
3368 1884
3134 1684
2808 1757
2360 1471
2273 1468
1968 1463
2159 998
1874 1032
1878 865
1926 1054
2072 1013
1724 947
1713 825
1497 882
1575 752


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MAPRUIT CAlI0T SMTMS (WAI & BUQT BY WzBS


Week i ItRIDA CATLFORNA TEXAS ARIZONA ALL OmERS 0TOALS ITAorts 37T
Finding 37-38 36-37 37-38 3|637I 836- 3 637-3836-37 36-87136-37 37-38 136-37 Oubai


Sept. 4
11
18
25
Oct. 2
9
16
23
30
Nov. 6
13
20
27
Dec. 4
11
18
25
1938
Jan. 1
8
15
22
29
Feb. 5
12
19
26
M.ar. 5
12
19
26
Apr. 2
9
16
23
30
May7
14
21
28
June 4
11
18
25
July 2
9
16
23
30
Aug. 6
13
20


42 9
25 8
13 7
31 12
14 20
- 22
- 4
4
4
3
8
9
2

1
1
1
B


4 36
40 190
132 592
331 273
387 408
395 463
403 250
459 434
438 458
207 479
234 393
253 401
293 649
350 555
320 506
292 494
232 275
211 367
366 671
371 886
426 789
305 753
320 717
342 661
367 634
360 578
404 518
386 493
305 495
450 499
395 435
391 516
534 855
455 802
490 697
327 595
470 572
445 445
251 294
222 127
185 70
108 44
37 21
22 5
6 -
11
3 -
1 -
5 -
1 -
2 -


15 11
14 11
25 8
19 6
13 2
12 11
22 U
18 16
23 8
8 13
17 10
12 16
12 12
12 15
16 12
11 10
2 4
6 9
14 11
27 18
23 17
32 26
22 20
28 17
23 21
26 10
22 21
41 21
27 22
~3 18
38 20
38 24
54 17
54 10
64 14
88 17
95 20
84 26
116 14
135 14
198 25
172 38
109 54
50 50
102 46
75 45
84 25
79 29
83 25
102 28
60 17


78 79
512 320
558 327
292 256
280 258
246 321
419 337
586 333
462 402
386 297
232 292
508 535
410 638
617 625
864 749
644 474
416 466
500 825
543 639
419 512
589 597
610 879
574 1276
424 1497
334 946
313 12
333 -
109 -
55 -
2 -
4 -
-


8
47
1 49
33
47 37
38 49
34 40
32 16
30 24
16 18
11 23
*A 27
25 32
14 12
15 10
23 31
21 68
24 53
38 34
33 7
37 15
18 5
29 14
17 20
38 25
65 20
49 24
95 24
112 16
161 19
145 24
165 41
180 41
193 51
165 45
147 15
110 21
103 13
74 2
26 1
16 1
11
2 1


& I & .


19 47
54 201
157 600
350 287
400 457
423
559 373
1036 807
1057 840
541 788
563 677
541 762
740 1016
959 926
822 947
714 833
480 583
740 921
813 1351
1036 1597
1337 1608
1019 1277
791 1210
907 1518
951 1299
834 1114
1032 1156
1075 1418
71 1813
56 2038
852 1425
854 568
1083 891
763 836
774 752
597 653
762 643
694 516
514 323
467 162
486 108
3N 84
172 76
$8 56
119 46
88 46
87 25
80 23
88 25
103 28
62 17




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MIXED CITRUS .. CARLOT SHIPMETS RAIL. BOAT & PRESS BY WEEKS


FIDRIA. CALIFORNIA TEXAS ARIZONA ALL OTHERS 'IDTAJLS
Week --
Ending 37-38367 37336-37 37-38 36-37 6-37 37-38136-37 37-38 36-37


Sept. 4
11
18
25
Oct. 2
9
16
23
30
Nov. 6
13
20
27
Dec. 4
11
18
25
Jan. 1
8
15
22
29
Feb. 5
12
19
26
Mar. 5
12
19
26
Apr. 2
9
16
23
30
May 7
14
21
28
June 4
11
18
25
July 2
9
16
23
30
Aug. 6
13
20


3
6
8 -
15
57 7
46 21
111 48
186 75
204 126
147 194
125 206
253 390
233 227
354 369
489 487
661 574
320 248

290 254
332 369
264 357.
285 343
308 309
298 335
288 286
273 281
244 227
262 240
252 173
210 228
208 190
192 147
193 152
199 191
158 195
129 167
133 157
169 135
151 100
89 74
100 51
72 33
50 38
21 23
10 17
13 4
6 6
4
1 7
7
1 3
4


27 20
25 23
33 37
22 42
18 29
12 24
9 22
12 10
3 10
1 4
5 20
8 19
9 29
20 29
24 23
17 19
10 17
30 25
28 30
51 34
36 22
36 22
42 24
47 14
45 32
45 32
24 32
59 46
61 41
45 38
38 32
40 41
41 35
59 24
29 18
21 25
51 46
59 36
83 33
74 29
108 58
103 61
95 66
71 77
77 76
124 95
117 49
111 61
110 50
112 49
85 44


2 21
32 51
76 50
59 93
59 83
34 109
45 65
88 73
53 79:
43 58
10 22

17 50
13 78
25 94
38 151
32 100
26 79
57 113
53 109
33 98
51 90
51 79
37 66
25 44
22 17
13 2
3
3 -


-


i


- -
-- ,- m-

- 1
- 1
- 31
3
2
1
2 4
- a2
4 3
1 4
1 4
1 6
2 3
1 1

2 2
- 2
2 3
1 3
- I1





1 -


- 1
"- 1
5
1 3
2


1
2
3
6
8
4
9
7
13
3
8
7
6
4
4
5
3
1
3


1 1 .1 1


30 20
31 23
41 37
37 42
75 37
58 46
122 94
230 139
285 189
212 295
194 314
303 527
293 333
469 479
573 604
734 661
353 301
340 334
376 487
345 495
363 525
378 436
366 442
392 418
371 425
323 358
337 365
362 298
308 335
279 272
252 196
246 195
243 227
220 219
158 186
154 187
221 184
210 138
172 107
174 80
180 91
153 99
116 89
81 94
90 80
130 101
117 53
112 68
110 57
113 52
85 48




.e 6& T
7=ORmD.A-IBU A BOAlT hSATsS. BY CIASSEa


& BY WIK9g 1937..38 fW.E~hTclh


Approximate znaber of cars on basis of 400 boxes per car)
Note- Truck shipments not included in the United States shipments boat included.


TRUC K

Week GRAN- IGAPE- IANGER-
Ending GES ERUIT INES

Sept. 1
to 11 1 7
18 1 31 -
25 10 41 -
Oct. 2 31 59 -
9 46 53 -
16 103 53 -
23 114 75
30 150 94
Nov. 6 165 80 1
13 160 79 6
20 220 87 13
27 187 70 21
Dec. 4 263 95 45
11 345 88 77
18 592 104 119
25 458 62 81
Jan. 1 154 49 52
8 179 79 46
15 244 94 38
22 264 100 41
29 278 99 46
Feb. 5 279 91 43
12 295 118 31
19 273 97 31
26 300 100 18
Mar. 5 310 91 14
12 308 103 7
19 311 106 5
26 296 104 2
Apr. 2 267 88 1
9 266 93
16 243 93 1
23 226 74
30 207 75 -
May 7 207 65
14 190 63 -
21 180 61
28 144 55
June 4 108 38 -
11 89 27
18 63 23 -
25 36 13


TOTAL 8,563 3,077 745


BO AT

Week J RAN- IGRAPE- AN1GER- XUD=
Ending GES FRUIT I IES
,, ~ ~ , ,


Sept. 1
to 11
18
25
Oct. 2
9
16
23
30
Nov. 6
13
20
27
Dec. 4
11
18
25
Jan. 1
8
15
22
29
Feb. 5
12
19
26
Mar 5
12
19
26
Apr. 2
9
16
23
30
May 7
14
21
28
June 4
11
18
25


-
a
3
18
111
51
134
289
323
238
311
423
355
184
205
342
427
400
370
424
539
573
504
416
529
494
466
535
604
614
571
523
568
696
610
456
452
349
297
219


14625 5,453 1,301 9


-- --


TOTAL




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MIED CGAR AI SISI. BAIL SIPELTS 1937-38 SEAsoN.


Fur ished through the courtesy
of the
Statistical Department Florida Citrus Exchange,


Tampa, Fla.


gRANGES AREFRUIT TANGERINES
DateFor Week Season For Week [Season For Week Season
_Ending To Date Ending To Date Ending To Date


Sept. 4
11
18
25
Oct. 2
9
16
23
30
Nov. 6
13
20
27
Dec. 4
11
18
25
1938'
Jan. 1
8
15
22
29
Feb. 5
12
19
26
Mar. 5
12
19
26
Apr. 2
9
16
23
30
May 7
14
21
28
June 4
11
18
25


16.7
25.0
42.0
43.8
62.1
56.4
58.7
56.2
59.8
59.5
61.7
47.3
61.0
49.3
57.3
55.8
37.1
48.4
48.1
53.4
56.7
55.5
57.6
57.5
54.8
55.2
59.3
59.9
58.5
58.1
56.4
58.6
58.0
63.9
57.9
60.1
56.;
54.0
56.8
59.8
64.9
50.6


12.5
18.8
31.4
39.6
47.7
51.5
54.5
55.1
55.9
56.5
57.6
55.9
57.7
55.3
55.8
55.8
54.3
53.8
53.4
53.4
53.6
53.8
53.9
54.1
54.1
54.2
54.4
54.6
54.7
54.8
54.9
55.0
55.0
55.1
. 55.2
. 55.3
-55.4
55.3
55.3
55.4
55.4
55.4


83.3
75.0
58.0
56.2
37.9
43.6
41.3
43.6
38.4
36.2
29.9
38.1
23.8
22.5
20.3
.18.9

29.6
20.8
31.3
26.9
25.9
25.4
26.5
29.2
33.8
40.1
40.5
40.1
40.3
41.9
43.6
41.4
42.0
36.1
42.1
39.9
43.1
46.0
43.2
40.2
35.1
49.4


87.5
81.2
68.6
60.4
52.3
48.5
45.5
44.8
43.6
42.5
39.8
39.5
36.2
33.4
30.4
29.3

29.3
28.6
28.8
28.7
28.5
28.3
28.3
28.3
28.5
29.0
29.5
29.8
30.1
30.5
30.8
31.1
31.4
31.5
31.6
31.8
32.0
32.2
32.3
32.4
32.4
32.4


0.2
1.8
4.3
8.4
14.6
15.2
28.2
22.4
25.3
33.3
30.8
20.6
19.7
17.4
19.1
15.9
13.3
11.4
4.7
0.2
1.2


-


-


0.1
0.5
1.0
2.6
4.6
6.1
11.3
13.8
14.9
16.4
17.6
17.8
17.9
17.9
17.9
17.8
17.6
17.4
16.8
16.1
15.6
15.2
14.7
14.3
13.9
13.6
13.4
13.2
12.9
12.6
12.5
12.4
12.2
12.2
12.2




8 -

TOTAL SMIPMBPTS FIORBYA -CITUS BTY ?KS
ht,: Includes rail, boat, truck, express and mixed citrus broken down into
proper proportions. All light cars counted as individual cars. Boat and truck
reduced to car-lot equivalents on basis 400 boxes per car. Includes Government
'relief' cars with the number of relief shipped each week (furnished through the
courtesy of the Federal Surplis Cmno dities corporation) shown in parenthesis.
This Government Agency purchased orangos during the 1937-38 season and grapefruit
during the 1936-37 season.


CRAS0NGEES APRUI'T TBAM LINES MTALS
Week
Ending 1937-38 j1936-37 1937-'38 1936-37 1937-3811936-37 1937-3811936-37

Set.4 6 4 6 40
11 1 1 51 221 52 222
18 3 1 174 662 177 663
25 25 392 318 417 322
Oct. 2 126 39 485 464 611 503
9 191 125 474 537 665 662
16 755 415 515 339 1,270 754
23 936 792 623 527 2 1,559 1,321
30 1,105 1,068 636 592 16 1 16 1,742 1,676
Nov. 6 1,254 1,246 359 642 36 11 43 1,624 1,931
13 990 1,223 368 559 51 42 124 1,400 1,906
20 1,575 1,532 432 613 78 77 379 2,084 2,524
27 1,006 882 469 827 216 162 382 1,637 2,091
Dec. 4 1,420 1,600 540 809 235 311 511 2,271 2 920
11 2,046 1,960 534 760 204 569 64i 3,149 3,361
18 2,534 2,219 558 757 180 751 773 3,843 3,749
25 1,110 782 358 397 41 466 378 1,934 1,557
1938 "
Jan. 1 1,014 718 351 511 55 542 432 1,907 1,661
8 1,391 1,270 523 921 118 393 528 2,307 2,719
15 1,508 1,541 568 1,185 247 290 381 2,366 3,107
22 1,463 1,653 618 1,034 214 301 367 2,380 3,054
29 1,484 1,706 494 1,024 224 290 325 2,268 3,055
Feb. 5 1,658 31 1,616 505 962 206 268 454 2,431 3,032
12 2,153 199 1,215 558 913 116 236 394 2,947 2,522
19 2,026 184 1,286 557 883 52 183 301 2,766 2,470
26 2,002 158 1,170 565 777 10 134 252 2,701 2,199
Mar. 5 1,897 236 1,265 61$ 729 8 67 168 2,582 2,162
12 2,283 141 1,240 612 660 26 109 2,921 2,009
19 1,915 154 1,400 508 683 19 63 2,442 2,146
26 1,792 167 1,415 658 722 10 33 2,460 2,170
Apr. 2 1,812 170 1,132 580 626 1 12 2,393 1,770
9 2,069 207 1,189 585 720 1 6 2,655 1,915
16 2,100 177 1,246 731 1,073 -- 1 2,831 2,320
23 1,513 102 1,241 610 991 2,123 2,232
30 1,458 107 1,242 621 852 2,079 2,094
May 7 1,520 99 1,267 448 761 -- 1,968 2,028
14 1,718 88 1,107 610 706 2,328 1,813
21 1,416 45 909 578 547 -- 1,994 1,456
28 940 18 919 356 365 -- 1,296 1,284
June 4 844 689 306 176 1,150 865
11 682 528 241 95 923 623
18 551 391 149 73 700 464
25 337 212 60 39 -- 397 251
July 2 269 121 32 9 301 130
9 106 59 11 1 117 60
16 74 14 88 -
23 *8 -- 4 12 -
30 12 1 13 -

VOTAL 55,092 (2,283) 43,636 -20,044 27,102 (2,301) 5,151 7,075 80,287 77,813


--





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FIRID CIr US USED AL S -BY .WEEKS & I-DAI

Furnished through uhe courtesy
of the
Florida Citrus Commission, Iakeland, Florida


RANGES IGRAPEFRUIT
Eing__ Boxes Used To Date Boxes Used To-Date


Se p ber 1
to 18
25
October 2
9
16
23
30
November 6
13
27
December 4
11
18
25
Jaanary 1
8
15
22
29
February 5
12
19
26
March 5
12
19
26
April 2
9
16
23
30
May 7
14
21
28
June 4
11
18
25
July 2
9
16
23
30


-



920
4,697
1,345
3,642
5,551
4,15?
7,871
8,722
20,128
14,722
17,495
35,179
44,790
46,809
45,687
45,054
50,039
35,282
44,458
48,370
69,135
63,784
64,437
52,606
46,795
59,049
60,260
62,466
34,609
34,628
29,585
33,364
28,183
32,@88
33,142
19,988
18,046
9,675
6,794
3,933
1,976


920
5,617
6,962
10,604
16,155
20,307
28,178
36,900
57,028
71,750
89,3245
124,424
169,214
216,023
261,710
306,764
356,803
392,085
436,543
484,913
554,048
617,832
682,269
734,875
781,670
840,719
900,979
963,445
998,134
1,032,762
1,062,347
1,095,711
1,123,894
1,156,782
1,189,924
1,209,912
1,227,958
1,237,633
1,244,427
1,248,360
1,250,336


528
2,110
4,752
6,059
6,462
9,763
26,109
29,605
42,114
63,760
61,815
111,111
166,815
164,769
161,460
172,278
251,849
328,563
297,470
290,237
279,941
293,755
305,740
320,823
263,115
253,477
211,497
219,968
194,371
174,268
164,238
132,179
129,573
131,628
102,210
91,505
96,727
81,419
66,282
61,402
48,605
42,014
38,417
68,012
59,803
16,693


528
2,638
7,390
13,449
19,911
29,674
55,783
85,388
127,502
191,262
253,077
364,188
531,003
695,772
857,232
1,029,510
1,281,359
1,609,922
1,907,392
2,197,629
2,477,570
2,771,325
3,077,065
3,397,888
3,661,003
3,914,480
4,125,977
4,345,945
4,540,316
4,714,584
4,878,822
5,011,001
5,140,574
5,272,202
5,374,412
5,465,917
5,562,644
5,644,063
5,710,345
5,771,747
5,820,352
5,862,366
5,900,783
5,968,795
6,028,598
6,045,291







UMADS OF c QWGES Sii6 CITIES -mC SP~IBM 1936 TU AUGUST 1937
Stt ,CA'RIOTS
tate IsT.I OCT.I NOv.I DSC. JAN.I FEBY MAI .I APR.I MAY I JUNI JUIZI AUG. TOTAl
flifornia 6 6
Florida 4 3 7 3 6 1 24
eas 2 3 --
Total 4 :6 3- 35
= irifornia 29 24 17 29 13 15 19 20 23 28 37 39 293
Florida 3 J34 21 38 4 39 26 25 8 6240
Total 29 27 51 50 51 61 58 46 48 36 37 39 533
alfornia 22 6 2 25 15 14 84
norida 8 21 57 24 21 25 24 15 1 196
Total 22 14 21 57 24 21 25 24 17 26 15 14 280
Baltiipore
Arizona -- 2 2
California 95 77 14 24 11 11 13 17 19 53 72 86 492
,orida 40 115 164 106 117 141 114 110 92 4 1003
Total 95 117 129 150 117 128 154 131 129 145 76 86 1497
nia 16 3 1 9 12 10 11 64
Florida. 7 26 65 50 38 41 29 18 8 1 283
Total 16 10 26 65 50 38 46 30 27 20 11 11 347
A izona -- 1
California 281 344 121 208 121 132 162 153 180 219 277 289 2487
Florida 92 488 8 417 490 420 419 356 257 13 3330
Tot 81 436 610 586 539 622 584 572 536 476 290 289 5821

California 10 7 5 6 4 3 9 6 6 12 12 9 89
Florida, 3 17 19 20 16 14 8 6 6 109
Total 10 10 23 25 24 19 23 .14 12 18. 12 9 199
1 1
California 54 59 36 73 34 23 52 40 54 56 34 64 579
Florida 15 64 32 85 68 69 48 50 31 3 465
Txa. 1 13 14
otal 54 75 100 105 119 92 134 88 104 87 37 64 1059
. -4s _. 4
Arizona 14 19 3- 36
California 326 315 233 355 214 208 306 270 277 280 283 280 3347
Florida 110 223 158 182 217 178 278 250 161 11 1768
Louisiana 4 3 1 1 9
Mississippi 5 12 2 19
Texas 3 53 74 54 60 125 18 387
Cuba -1 1
Total 326 437 639 611 454 485 611 566 S27 441 294 280 55Z7

Arizona 1-- 1
California 91 88 31 42 10 22 34 45 49 83 82 76 653
Florida 52 110 114 73 113 141 111 95 56 865
Texas 3 44 2 3 a1
Total 91 140 146 160 83 137 178 15 144 139 8 76 1532
Sizoma -- a 1
California 104 117 77 143 72 81 102 88 101 99 99 95 1178
Florida 38 110 69 108 109 113 117 96 67 3 830
Mississippi 3 3
Texas 5 6 2 21 7 41
Total 04 155 196 218 182 211 222 20Q5 197 166 102 95 -20553
Aizona 2 1 3
California 29 22 33 25 12 23 16 21 19 23 24 16 263
Florida 6 30 40 37 38 25 32 26 5 239
Total 9- 2 5 53 45
Total 29 28- 65 66 493 45 53 T' 16 "'55'





-12.. *


1 WTlT OCT.I g .I DEC. JA I. MI A MAY I JU yI I T
-4
Arizona 7 1 4
California 28 23 1 3 4 8 1 31 17 28 1 27
Florida 1 3 6 4 4
Texas 9 8 8 3 9 11 1 49-
Total 8 32 a5 40 .8 0 So 5 23 33 18 27 315
California 11 5 4 5 1 2 2 3 6 4 43
Florida 1 7 25 8 17 6 6 4 -
e Tota- 7 4 1f 30 9 1 0 t 6 3 4 -12
California 31 32 32 69 41 30 54 41 51 45 40 35 501
Florida 1 2 1 -
Texas -1 15 3 1 9 7 1 -
Tota 31 33 4 72 60 41 61 43 1 4 W 40 35 559
Caliornia 18 16 18 38 18 20 30 19 21 15 20 17 250
Florida 1 13 3 6 1 7 1 32
exa 3 3 3 1 11
Total 18 1 38 24 27 34 22 15 2 1- 2
Detroit
iAlab 2 2 -
Arizona -4 1- 7
California 135 160 119 217 133 143 184 175 186 172 123 114 1835
Florida 47 110 53 103 94 109 135 107 46 8
Texas 1 1a 14 14 17 15 4 86
Total 135 212 257 286 251 254 308 314 261 218 125 114 2741
California 17 15 11 25 21 7 22 20. 17 22 19 13 209
Florida 2 1 2 3 5 2 15


Texas -i -e a- 3 38 - 1


Califo ia 6 3 2 6 19 2 2 6 6 238
Florida 4 5 26 6 10 3 6 8 6
El Paso 1 2 3 1






Arizona 1
or 25 1 17 13 & a 20 21. .27. 6





Grand Rapida 4
California 32 20 22 36 17 2 2 22 32 21 23 2 293
Florida 4 13 7 27 1 23 1 4 9 3 111

lornia 86 9 32 60 17 8 1 23 16 19 17 33 29 248
F or 77 71 57 1 514

Arizona, 1 5
California 27 13 15 6 8 11 17 46 18 21 217
Florida 13 23 14 9 3 11
Texas 1 4 I. 6j 15 -, 3 -0--- 0







UNIDADS OF mmR_ WO CIZEZ aw .'AMmm 1936 TR A=gUST 1937

,,State T, OCT. r I.. DEC, JAN. FM I MAR APR. W .J... JULY I AM. 0
Arizotina 2 -. 4
Califoirnia 34 2 21 38 11 4 1 16 26 23 32 28 263
Florida 7 31 29 28 26 10 28 18 6 183
Texas- 1 1 8 12 14 18 54
Totl 34 28 55 77 51 44 38 44 44 29 32 28 504
Jacksonville


California 1 1
Florida -2 -
Total 2 1 3
Kansas City
Arizona 1 1
California 51 46 24 77 32 21 45 39 53 48 30 31 497
Florida 18 4 6 12 5 15 9 1 70
Texas 4 14 2 25 16 15 1 77
Total 51 50 56 84 63 49 65- 55 62 49 30, 31 645
Caifornia 3 1 1 1 4 3 2 15
Florida 2 2 26 7 10 3 6 3 59
Texas -- 1 3 4
Total 3 3 2 26 8 0 7 6 4- 4 -3 2 78


California 3 2 1 14
Total 3 2. 1 8 14
Asville
California 22 15 4 5 1 1 8 10 9 18 17 16 126
Florida 15 44 64 29 31 22 31 38 4 278
Texas 1 10 11
..To-tal 22 30 48 69 30 33 40 41 4T7 22 17 1 415


1izo 1 -- -- 1
California 18 16 7 13 3 12 12 13 28 9 11 142
S'lorida ..- 18 30 53 17 20 10 21 18 2 189
Texas 5 20 17 31 21 3 97
Total 18 34 42 87 34 54 43 36 31 30 9 11 429
California 41 52 40 98 54 48 67 64 49. 44 49 34 640
Florida 6 25 11 11 10 3 24 31 15 136
Texas 1 3 6 25 25 25 9 94
Total 41 59 68 115 90 83 95 97 8W 59 49 34 870
California 40. 57 64 ..101 56 43 65 55 60 59 .59 37 696
Florida 4 1 4 14 1 24 13 10 84
Texas 1 -11 16 -- 30
Total 40 61 78 102 62. 68 82 79 73 69 59 37 810


Nashville
California 12 3 1 3 4. 1 6 8 8 8
Florida... .13 21 82. 36. 38 20 22 12 4 2
Texas 1 -
Total 12 16 21 83 36 41 25 23 18 12 8 8 3
California 11 10 1 2 1 1 1 2 2 6 6
Floridal 27 27 9 1 39 45 24 4 2
Total 11 i10 28- 29 0 20 40 4? 24 6 6 6 2


N__ "----


54
48
18


43
14
57/


ew .yavn .
California 15 15 3 6 6 8 9 7 5 6 15 17 112
Florida 11 36 23 33 27 36 22 18 11 217
Total 15 26 39 29 35 45 29 23 17 1 17 329
New Orleans
California 30 12 9 24 13 26 114
.Florida 38 45 54 38 38 18 63. 58 25 377
Louisiana 4 1 7 6 10' 5 1 34
Texas 1 3. 1 5 24 34
-T. taLo 0-t 51 52 55 '46 49 52 68 68. 49 13 2 559


507


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S13
MUNUS jo =R&us in 66 CI=TIE 3ffiCM 1936= .FIRP ATMVT 1T97
ay l BYSTATES OF 01I"IA (CONTD 'DI
ae T. IOT. NOV. c. JAN.1 B. MAR. AR. MAY I JUAN JULY AI.1 TAL
New York City
Arizom 16 25 41
California 941 870 326 381 238 267 431 449 401 541 704 860 6409
Florida 359 987 1323 1391 1310 1491. 1320 1274 1038 169 10662
Mississippi 1 .- 1
Texas 1 2 3
Puerto Rico 2 1 2 .
Total 941- 1229 1330 1732 1629 1580 1924 1769 1675 1579 873 860 17121
Norfolk
California 6 4 1 1 8 8 6 34
Florida 2 5 17 6 7 7 4 3 -
Total 6 6 5 18 6 7 7 4 4 8 8 6 85
Calfornia 20 11 15 31 9 9 20 21 20 16 18 .13 03
Florida 3 1 4
Texas 1 4 2 4 13. 1 -
Total 20 12 19 33 13 22 21 24 21 16 18 15 32
Alabama -1 1
California 22 24 12 39 19 15 25 27 26 23 21 21 274
Florida 1 4 3 5 1 4 7 25
Texas. 2 9 1 13 11 5 1 -4
Total 22 27 26 43 37 27 30 32 33 23 21 21 3_4
Pearia
,Arizona 1 1
California 18 16 14 42 9 12 20 12 15 21 20 19 218
Florida 2 4 5 4 6 4 2 27
Texas 2 1 3
Total 18 18 18 42. 14 -18 27 17 17 21 "20 19 249
Caifrnia 304 278 61 106 36 55 75 107 103 242 283 282 1932
Florida 121 474 478 451 412 536 404 406 241 3 3526
Mississiii 1 1
Total 304 400 _55 48 467 611 511 509 483 286 82 5459
Pittsburgh
Alabama .1 - .1
Arizona1 4
California 146 144 7 183 74 92 142 124. 117 154 131 123 1505
Florida 26 148 96 105 143 172 126 144 69 2 1031
Texas ---- 1 7 10 16 5 39
Total .--146 170 228 280 186 245 330 255 261 223 133 133 2580
PertlaZd. Me.
California 14 12 7 20 6 15 13 9 11 19 18 15 159
Florida 17 8 7 3 5 3 2 46
Total 14 ... 12 24 -.. 28 13 18 18 12 13 19 18 16 2Db
Partland., Ore.
Arizona 3 3
California 38 24 54 95 50' 29 55 57 33 50 24 16 525
Texas ..- 5 5
JaT n 16 16
Total 38 24 57 111 50 34 55 57 33 4 6 5549


evidence
California 35 23 8 11 .8 13 17 20 17 23. 30 24 229
Florida 13 62 45 60 59 49 49 41 13. --3
Total 35 36 70 56 68 72 66 69 58 36 30' 24 620
Shmond " '
California 11 3 .- 1 3 1 3 15 5 8 50
Florida 1 3 6 13 7 15 49 12 11 2 119
Total 12 6 6 14 7 18 50 12 14 17 5 8 189
California 32 29 25 36 ..16. 17 31 29 16 24 31 29 315.
Florida 5 29 23 34 32 21 .21 21 10 198
Texas 2 ,- 5 '
Total 2 34 3 29 M L 57 w 37 34 3, 9 519


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14-
Um Aa OF fm A S..,, i66 ITIIES FROM.SEP, 6m i 1936.-TBUWAIGUSj 1937
BY M)NS AMD BY STAES O. GRIGIN (ODNT 'DI
... ..---.. ..---... .. ....--o-,-,,-,.-,-,, ..RIDTS..


. State


St. Louis
Arizona 1 7 8
California 101 102 64 161 45 66 100 9 6 93 70 67 10
Florida 18 45 29 28 44 32 60 53 20 329
Louisiana 1 6 5 4 16
Mississippi 6 2 8
Texas 18 26 1. 20. 2 6 10

St. 2Paul
California 19 22 23 40 31 14 34 23 30 27 23 16 302
Florida 5 1 4 8 9 1 -. 28
Texas 7 4 11
S total 19 22 28 4 35 2 8 32 3 27 34
California 12 13 18 40 33 17 25 29 30 19 12 8 256
Total 1 13 18 40 33 17. 25 29 30 19 12 & 256
San Antonio
Arizona 2 2
California 19 11 10 3 4 8 17 22 16 11 15 136
Florida 1
Texas -1 1 1 1 2 4 1 9
San Francisco
Tot 1
California 72 72 87 97 151 100 113 112 97 46 26 28 1001
Total 72 72 87 97 151 100 113 112 97 46 26 28 1001
Arizona 2 1 1 4
California 0 30 45 88 53 48 56 76 47 53 29 36 611
Total 0 47 88 53 48 56 77 48 5 29 36 615
izona -- 1
California 10 3 3 13 1 3 4 5 5 5 5 6 63
Florida 2 .1 3
Texas 5
STottl _0 3 3 14 3 6 4 7 5 6 5 6 72
California 10 12 19 27 9 15 19 19 19 4 10 7 170
Florida 1 1 2
Mississippi 1 1
Texas 2 3 4 1 10
STotl -N 12 22 30 13 -16 19 20. 20. 4 10 7 183


California 8 10 22 36 21 21 18 18 23 18 11 13 219
j 3aps- 3 -- 3
Total 8 10 22 39 21 21 .18 18 23 18 11 13 222


California 25 25 9 25 5 12 16 9 9 14 18 17 184
lorida 7 38 4 3 33 30' 3 28 15 1 4
4ntal -5 41 5 io 4A 43 -37 19 17 430


ASlcnfas.
Arizona 2 -- 2
Calif ornia 26 22 31 39 15 19 15 23 16 25 20 22 273
Florida 1 31 31 33 25 17 17 18 4 177
Te ota 1 .1.4 9 9 -4 1 ---
Total 26 23 62 73 49 49 41 41 34 29 20 22 469


ma s -
California 1 2 3 9
Florida 2
Texas- 1 1
Total 1 2 4 2
-zona 1 4
California 15 14 18 24
lorida 7 7
Total 1E 14 30 35


3 2

l --
2 4 2


2 -
1 -
i-


7 .. 5

33 17 17 25 22 17 28 16 223
13 11 5 5 5 1 -
-- 3 d 5 -- R 5 -- 5 5 -- S-39


- r r r r r r r


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h dAm.t&& &A-W !. t12=bl.&fltJ a'.h Y bog=3
CARL)TS
Stae I s P. OCl W .I DC.; JAN.'I s Ma i AP1 t I JOt JUr A1

Arizona -
California 51 23 3 4 11 4 11 9 38 47 44 245
Florida 3 7 34 20 29 26 11 21 14 1
To tal 51 26 10 35 24 A W30 22 30 5W 48 44


-
1 -
1 3


- i1
- -


4 2 2
1 1 1


5 6 6


California 13 11 6 20 6 15 11 1? 10 30 11 8 133
Florida 2 10 2 10 9 11 1 71
Tota l 13 16 2 1 26 5 28 8
ot 1 1 16 5 25 8 21 11


UNMOADS OF GRAPE UIT in 66 CITIES FROM S EMBT 1936 SU AUGUST 1937
BY MNTE1S AND BY STATES OF ORIGIN
S. :... C... CARIOTS....
State I, ET.I OCT.I OV .I DEC 4 JAN.| FI B.I MAR.. ABP.IMY JAuYIL JUI l AUGM. OTAL

FAlorida I 3 1 6
Texas a 6 9 11-- 28
Total 1- 6 9 12- 3 1 34

ifornia -- 3 3
Florida 1 9 12 6 20 1 19 6 7 111
zun" 2 1 5
Total 1 9 14 : 6 20 31 21 7 7 3 119

lifornia --- 2 2
Florida 4 3 11 9 15 .15 20 12 8 97
SBaltimore 1 3

Florida 30 45 56 57 62 71 87 60 55 18 3 544
Texas 3 4 ,,
Tot.1 30 45 '57 59 6 74 91 60 55 18 3 554

Florida 2 n 6 2 ---
Total 2 5- 7 6 8 10 8 -9 6 -
8--x -


California
Florida
Texas
rs0o


Bk


3 1 1 1 15 14 35
74 128 191 157 239 241 244 163 151 45 4 1637
.- 9 1 15. -41 63 147 276
8 . .. 9


California
Florida
Total


Total 85 128 201 159 254 282 307 310 151 46 19 1567
I 5 11 6 5 -


1 1 1 ^


t RllI lv


I 11M


I I I1 "1""II


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U1If~fSp~ it~ n- ttA W.1934:j -mUSI 1937
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1 1 1CAIIOTF
state ICsPlI OCT.I rot.DEv C JN. .EB.I MA'.1 AE.. 14 A X1 .J =

alifornia 2 2
Florida 18 2 33 34 45 0 43 46 27 5 333
Texas -. 14 15 35.. 26 5 168
Isle.of.Pinas .. .,- 1 1
Totalg 18 8 4? 49 8o 66 94 61 2?', 2 54

Arizona, .1 .. ..-.. -...... . .... .- 2
Californi.... 3 115 7 26
Florida 98 126 48 25 28 37 26 151 196 42 2 779
Texas 73 167 .209 244 269 306 134 1402
.Oba .19 1 .2
Toal 117 203 21 234 272 306 332 28 19 43 17 17

Arizona -.. 1
California -3 5 8
Florida 39 54 40 34 37 50 31 72 76 18 2 453
Texas 5 39 33 34 54 64 28 257
Cuba 4. - - ---
Total 43 60 79 67 71 104 95 100 76 18 5 9 727


46 53 32 58 53 39 39 83 69 14
- 17 40 34 78 100 90 26
4 -9 109 9 14
m 70 72 9Z 131 139 129 109 69 14


- -
12 21 15 25 34 40 22 28 16
- 2 15 9 24 35 48 8 -
12 23 30 34 58 75 70 36 16


3 2 5
- 486
S385
3 9 883


1 1


- 1
- 214
- 141


Dallas
California'
Florida


4 -.1 6 2


2 3
- 13
1R5


Texas... 0 l.. .. 18 2 .
7Tt.l 4 6 4

Florida 1 4 6 1 .. 12
T 3 11 119. -
..t.. 2 7 11 ..19 5 61


Arizona 3 1 1- 5
California 4- 1 8 1 14
Florida 7 6 6 28 2 49
.ToIa 11 "33 83" 49 61 -7 99
Total 1 1 36 85 49 51 3 '28 8 1 367
Des Moinas 1
Arizona 1 -
Floridaz 2 1 1 7. 12. 1 4- 4
Te.xas- 14 24 *M 49 -34-:, 46. 17 --.- 204

Ttroa t -2 5 1 2A. -
Arizoa- .- -. 2 16
California.. 2 7 7 16
Florida 49 61 49 35 51 47 35 03 102 8 2 542
Taxe -. 34 65 63 139 149 191 32 73
.Cuba 52 9. 8 196 2 1 9 14
51 96 .- .. 9 12" .


Florida


1 7 4.6 -
-. 2 12. 20 2 2 22 10 -, -
S aQ 1n 12 20 233- 22 14. 6 -


Cleveland
California
Florida
Texas
Cuba,
Total.

California
Florida
Texas
T ft+.n. ,


El Paso
Ar a ..- 1 -
California . .- 2 "
:"Florida 2 3* - 2
Taa.s . . .. . ... 1 I .. ,, --- -
toal I I 4 1 0 3 3 2 --


n~BJ


--


~---


,. -


.-


II


Texas -
'Tf+.Ml


rvru .r ~ -~ I -- -- --- -


-- ---


Ilr


LJV Lkf'Y I mill 11KM-K V


I"I I %1"I'" I J=|


3RS




17 -

MTniS QTrA T r4m =I J-36 IITS T 1937
caRiOiTS .. .. ....--


I SEPT. OCTII NOV DEC.. JANU LE~, L~R1 ..iRiiMBYxI u17~IE1JUL3E1I A~ TA


nsville
California 1 1
Florida 2 1 1 3 2 1 4 1 15
Texas 4 3 5 4 9 3 28
To l 2 1 I 9 4 4 ,.
t Worth
California 1 1 2
Florida 3 1 3 5 12
Texas 3 2 6 122 7 2 1 2 I -


Grand Rapida
Arizona
California
Florida


1 6 2 33 7 13 12 13 10
r- ~ ~ ~ 10 -n in -i z "


Texa .LQ .L. AR ,, ,
Total 1 12 20 -24 Z9 4 0 24 10 5 227

Florida 10 15 34 22 51 34 47 30 14 5 262
Totafl 10 1 34 22 51 a S 14 5 --265
Ho.aon1 2
California 1 2
Florida 1 1 5 7 14
TIaM& 19 2 10 4 8 -
Total 8 5 7 69
Ind flis 2
Aizona 2 - -
California 2 2 5
Florida 7 5 1 7 5 4 1 18 14 6 68
Texas 3 29 27 63 59 56 24 261
Cuba - -
Total in 30 34 68 65 57 42 14 8 2 1 3-3
Jacksomill 3
Florida 1 -. -- 1
Total 1 -


Kansas City
California
Florida
Texas


- 1 1 -
16 22 1 1 20 31
- 25 44 61 87 92 108 28


L ..1 -
Tal 18 47 46 62 87- 92 109 48 31 6 5 552
Frida 1 1 2 4 8 2 2 3 3 25
Texas - 1 1 4 1 9
al 1 1 3 8 6 4 -

rizona 2 4 4 2 4 16 2 1 35
Califrnia, 3 1 4 6
Total 0 2 7 5. 4 4 16 1 41


Ianuisilla
Califoroia
Florida
Texas
Cuba -
Total
MEHD hi n
California
Florida
TePtra
ftrn+.%


Florida
Texas
tv+s1


8 12 11 10 21 11 15 20 18
- 6 4 6 7 28 9 -
9 12 18 14 27 18 43 29 18


4 1 193


- a -


- --j -
7 5 2 1 3 1 1 11 16
7 11 1 17 13 33 11 ir


11 14 10 31
- 20 43 47 75 62 78 49 -
-A --2- ---- '7--- ^ "? 3
12 34 43 47 b to 78 59 31


~fe;iie


state IMT.1 OCT.1 Wv-.I MCI J-0.1 F&A. wk-I W-1 M I JMI = 1 AM-L M2Q


Esa



703


5 1 2 1. 5


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18 -
UIOADms o PMUITP in s6 CI S YROM SsPTMR 1936 AUGUST 1937
BY.N..S AVD BY STATES OF ORIGIN (NT'D.
SCARITS


2Iu~


State


ISEPT.I OCT.I NOV.I DEC.. JAN..I FB. MA.I- APR.I MAY, I JUEI JULYI AUG.I T1TAL


California .1 1 1 3
Florida 16 23 1 2 2 2 2 24 29 3 104
exas 18 .56. 69 84 82 92 33 434
Total 16 41 57 71 8 85 94 5 29 4 1 541
57 ' -541,
Florida 6 12' 11 16 14 21 14 12 9 1 116
Texas- 1 8 -- 9
Total 6 12 11 16 14 22 22 12 9 1 -. 125


floridq, 1 5 14 10 19 53 55 19 1 - 177
Totg4 1 5 14 10 19 53 55 19 1 177


New Haven
Florida -- 3 11 24 26 26 24 19 14 7 1 155
Texas 10 4 14
Total 3 11 4 2 2 4 29 18 1 169
New Orleans
Florida 9 18 14 13 12 11 9 24 25 11 1 147
Texas 2 2 10 13 6 29 62
Cuba --7 7 7 - - -- - - 7 14
STtal 16 20 16 23 25 17 38 24 25 11 1 7 223
Naw York Ciyv
California 40 36 76
Florida- 206 528 636 642 996 904 901 786 652 205 9 6465
Texas 1 18 25 24 9 94 148 319
Cuba 85 141 226
French W.Indies 1 1
to 78 0 6 2 6 9 6 65 92 51 25 370
Total 369 639 660 667 1022 919 1004 960 717 297 100 203 7457
Norfolk
Florida 2 2 3 1 1 2 5 16
Total 2 2 3 1 1 2 5E 16


Oklabambg City
California 1 2 3
Florida 7 2 12 7 4 32
Texas 6 10 16 21 10 17 1 81
Total 7 8 10 16 21 10 17 13 7 5 2 116
California -- -- 1 2 4
Florida 7 6 9 18 3 43
Texas 8 20 23 30 26 37 16 160
CubaI- 1 1
STotal 15 2D 23 30 26 37 25 18 4 208


'Peoria .. . .
Florida 2 5 1 1 1 7 3 1 21
Texas.- 31 11 15 23 21 23 6 100
Total -2 6 12 15 24 22 23 13 -3 1 -' 121

Caliornia 4 3 7
Florida 79 143 172 163 302 197 283 215 151 49 3 1757
Texas 13 11 11 25 20 80
Cuba 3 3
Prto Rico -
Tn+.oTl 8 2 143 179 167r i .3 0 14 2 1Ien IA 7 4 1849


Pittsburgh
California 1 2 3
Florida 38 69 63 64 84 101 92 103 84 16 2 716
Texas 2 16 48 39 52 18 200
uba4 5 9
Totl 42 71 88 80 132 140 144 121 84 16 3 7 928
Portland,. Me.
Arizona -- - 2
Florida 2 4. 6 5 2 1 1 27
Texas -- 4 .- 8
Isle of Pines 1 1
Total 2 4 8 5 8 4 3 1 2 1 38


---- --


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.





19 t

7ilmlUADf oF csAsrF inT ci R ITIES **B SP'BBIr 1936 TMT A&CUST 193M


... BY .MN3HS AD BY STATES- ORIGIN (CHT'TM)
.. .. . . .* ., A T' rpc! .. .


State I WT.I OCT.I NOV. DEC. JA N. I FM BW I APfR.I W. IB S J=ULYI AUG.G 1OM

Arizona 19 13 12 15 9 1 8 5 2 84
California 1 7 3 5 4 4 2 8 4 5 3 46
Florida 4 4 1 3 3 4 2 15 1 43
Teas 1 1 2 14 -
Tntal 5 3 17 2 23 27 28 28 28 5 3 221


1


California -
Florida 6 7 18 16 22 31 26 23 10 3 132
STotal 7 1'8 16 22 31 4 -

Florida 1 1 5 3 7 12 13 12 13 6 73
Tota 1 5 3 7 12 3 12 3 6 73
Rochest-r 1
California 1 1
Florida 13 10 9 8 12 16 16 8 3 103
Texas -, 2 7 6 12 7 14 19 67
tl1 8 15 17 15 20 19 30 35 8 3 1 ,67
St..LIQ,"
Calfornia 2 1 2 2 7
Florida 24 29 2 2 2 1 1 52 50 7 1 171
Texas 17 55 65 97 119 122 45 520
Cuba 3 - 3
Isleof Pines 7 7
4- Al1 8 57 5 5 QQ 12n 123 97 Fn 8 3 2 708


St. Paul
California - - 3 3
Florida 4 9 1 1 7 11 33
Texas 3 19 28 31 33 11 165
Total 4 12 19 28 32 33 41 18 11 01
Salt lake Citoy 15
Arizona 4 1 4 3 2 15
California 3 2 3 8
Florida 1 1 2 3 1 1 3 12
exas 2 5 9 9 -- -
Tot, ., 1 4 2 8 10 1 5 1 60


FSa Anltoid
Florida
m-^ ,


Sanrancisc
Arizona
/i i *A _


- 1 3
- 1 4 11
S 1 4 11 1 3


- 34 23 21 43 10 24 26 23
S n 1 5 1 11 97


201'
15 172


Salizornia. 1A 12 16. A id bd -
Total 11 46 45 38 61 15 39 37 47 10 9 15 ?%
Seattle
Arizona 17 14 19 26 7 18 7 3 111
California 3 12 7 5 8 4 5 1 5 9 7 12 78
Florida 7 4 3 8 3 4 3 14 1 47
Texas 14 32 9 55
Total 10 33 24 32 37 29 37 31 26 13 ,.7 12 --..-


hraveport
California
Florida
m-_--


Total 1 4 1 1 1 -


Siopu City
Arizona
California
Florida



California
Florida
Toal


- 1 1- -.-
- 1
4 1 a 1 3 8 -1
S 9 14 L9 23 22 4 3-


- 2
- 2
- 17
133
S 154


- 6 5 1 1 1 -
2 4 3 2 4 2
s 2,~2
1 1 12 -
1 14 7 5 7 b1 2 7 -


I


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.n .


1


- -I I


--


1


m-.l+







BY MDTS AID BY STATES cF ORIGIN .(C1NT1)
CAJ I J
stte ISP21 CT NO. *~ A.1FB1M. AP .1 % -JNlJ AU..1'


17 15 12 23 23 23 16 12
- 1 3 -
17 15 12 24 2 26 16 12
1 -2
7 11 18 16 19 17 7 10
- 6 5 7 4 14 4 -
8 17 23 23 23 31 11 12


1 -


149

~- 4
3
109
- l40
- 152


Florida -
r Toe al
*ra*Baxute


Florida
Texas


- 2 2 -
4 3 3 4 10 -


- 1

- 4
4
- 24


Total 4 5 3 4 10 2 28
Toledo
Arizona 2 3
California 1
Florida 9 4 2 3 6 9 1 12 7 1 54
Texas, 16 19 20 21 41 7 -
Total 9 5 18 22 28 30 42 19 7 1 1 12

Florida 8 14 26 27 36 46 21 21 20 7 226
Texas 8 2 3 2 3 -6 2
Total 8 16 34 29 39 48 24 27 20 7 252
Worcester
Florida 1 9 6 1 2 19
eXas .- 10 10
Total 1 9 6 1 1 9
youngstown
Florida 1 1 6 6 12 18 10 8 2 64
Texag .- 2 1 5 6 17 10 41
Total 1 1 8 7 17 24 27 18' 2 105













INlOADS OF FLORIDA AINGE TS in 66 CITIES
FROM OCTOBER 1936 RU APRIL 1937
CRITS. I I
City OCT. NOV. EEC. JAN o. MAR. .AR. TDTAL


Akron
Albany
Atlanta
Baltimore
Birmingham
Boston
Bridgeport
Buffalo
Chicago
Cincinnati
Cleveland


1 4
6 66

35 77
1 9
7 3
37 118
20 50
18 68


rinTfiotald



California
Florida
Texas
Total


8

3


Tea


I I I


~


Tgmpfte





S31-
TIMTmADS OF FIRIDATA1GlIAM S in 60 CITIES
=FR0 ,TOB1 12936 MRIT APRIL 1937 ( CONT'DJ


OCT. |I OV.


City
Columbus
Dallas
Dayton
Denver
Des Moines
Detroit
Duluth
El Paso
Evansville
Fort Worth
Grand Rapids
Hartford
Houston
Indianapolis
Jacksonville
Kansas City
Lexington
Los Angeles
Louisville
Memphis
Milwaukee
Minneapolis
Nashville
Newark
New Haven
New Orleans
New York City
Norfolk
Oklahoma City
COmaha
Peoria
Philadelphia
Pittsburgh
Portland, Me.
Portland, Ore.
Providence
Richmond
Rochester
St. Louis
St. Paul
Salt lake City
San Antonio
San Francisco
Seattle ----
Shreveport
Sioux City
pringfield, Mass.
Syracuse

Terre Haute
Toledo
Washington
Worcester
Youngstown



















I

~



I





~















~


1








1
26




4





5
2
5
3-
-





3

174


1
40-
23

.4

4
-12
1






1
2

2


DEC.
10

2
1

3
92








11
4

16
85
3
20
10
5
8




4

1
16

3
20
25
453


1

3

4
5

2
4
1
5
.5


I JAN. L
6
2-



51


10
5
10

10

5

5
5
12
7
1

4
1
410
1

.4

167.
81

17
1
13
22
2






5
4

6
1

2


FEB. I MAER. I AR. I H





51 5 -




18 3 -


8 2

3 1 "
3 1
14 1 -
4 1
1 -

4 -
.1 2 -
4 -









352 127 9.

5 -

100 4-
71 27 -

1 -
18 3 -
1 -
10 1 -
29 4 -

-

1 -


4 1 -
2 -

1. -


)TAL
16
1
5
3
3
225

5
1s
57

34

33
1

30

52
25
7

19
5
1526
2

17
5
523
287
1
3
60
5
48
92
7


2

3

15
13

11
5
1
7


# Additional tangerine unloads as follows:-


cars California unloaded in December, 1936,
" California January, ..a937
" Japan unloaded in Decembpr 1936;


Seattle -


Total 5
Total 40.





22 -
MnADS OF MIXED CITRUS in 29 CITIES FROM SEPTBER 1936 H AUGUST 1937
BY M01TS AND BY STATES 0O ORIGIN
State ISET I OCT. NOV.i EC. JAN. FEB MR.I APR. MLY I i JULYI AUG.I OT
Atlanta I
California 1 1 3 3 8
Floria, 3 7 1 8 9 3 2 2 -- --53
Total I 7 19 9 -9 3 21
California 1 2 4 2 9
Florida 8 34 62 46 21 33 25 26 7 2 264
Texas 1 1 -
o otal 35 63 46 21 33 25 26 9 6 2' 275
Boston
California -- 4 4 25 14 47
Florida 4 34 75 105 103 66 50 52 13 502
Texas 1 2 3
Total 4 75 11 103 68 S' 52 I' 25 14 552
Chicago
Arizona 1
California 6 4 3 4 6 5 3 9 6 8 22 13 89
Florida 17 42 55 73 52 17 38 42 16 4 356
Louisiana 1
Txas 13 3 34 107 109 93 8 397
Total 6 34 79 94 1,6 '66 113 5 48 24 26 13 844
Cincinnati
California 2 2 2 6 2 15
Florida 15 44 38 37 39 29 40 35 7 1 285
Teas 3 2 5 4 1 - 15
Total 2 I 467 0 42 40 33 41 35 9 7 2- 315
California 2 1 1 4 13 5 26
Florida 7 21 20 51 22 24 38 31 10 224
Texa .. 4 11 11 16 4 46
Total 7 25 31 64 38 29 39 31 14 13 5 296
Dallas
California 1 1 1 3
Tes- 6 9
Total 6 3 1 1 1 12
Denvter
California 3 1 1 1 3 3 3 15
Texas 3 12 3 1 1 -
Tot 6 12 3 1 1 2 1 3 3 3 35
California 2 3 3 2 2 1 2 1 2 24 11 53
Florida 7 31 34 50 54 31 21 17 7 252
Texas 4 19 18 23 13 11 1 - 89
Total 2 14 3 54 73 69 43 24 18 9 24 11 394
Fort Worth
California 1 1
Florida 1 1
Texas 3 2 4 2 2 13
Total 3 2 4 .2 2 -
Indianapolis *
Kansa City
California 1 3 1 1 6
Florida 1 3 1 1 3 9
Texas 8 8 2 3 1 -
S ta 9- 9I 1 1
,- -, -i i,- i i-, i-


- -- 2 2 -
- 1 1 1 4
- i i
- ;. 3 3 8 ...i


. S 3 -
- 3 4 4 4
-5 10 9 -


Milwauea
California
Florida


UC aiornia
Florida
Total
VNot available


1 6 2 1
S 2 "


- 4
- 16
- 11
. 31


,, -- -- --


TI I I I ... i







M OADS OF M=7 cIS i.a 29 CITIES r0M.f ;_ 1936 TERU AUGUST 1937

State I E.I OcT.. Iov..I OEC,. I JAN .. EB..I Mj .R. APR.I MAY JM nI E AUG.I T

New Orleans
California 1 1 2
Florida 1 2 3 3 4 1 15
Louisiana 3 21 31 24 12 94
Ta&s - 4 4
Tatal 4 123 2 12 a I.L
New York City
Arizona 1 1 2
California 4 23 3 8 7 5 4 4 4 14 76 66 218
Florida 1 11 151 125 101 69 80 32 11 8 1 590
Texas 3 3 -36
Total 5 34 1 137 108 84 36 15 22 66 81S
Teas 2 1 1 1 ". 5
Total 2 1 1 1 5
California. 1 2 2 2 4 3 1 4 2 3 24
Florida 1 1
Texas 8 8 12 13 6 -- --47
Total 1 10 10 14 17 9 2 4 2 3 ?2
Californ 2 1 1 1 17 6 28
Florida 6 103 94 98 88_ 86 395 27 12 55
Total 2 7 103 94 99 89 86 39 27 12 17 6 '581
Pittsburrh a 14
California 1 1 1 1 9 1 14
Florida 5 60 68 77 70 54 25 32 12 403
Texas -- 4 6 10 7 -
Total 1 5 61 72 83 80 61 26 32 13 9 1 444
Porlnad. Ore.
Arizona 4 4 1 1 10
California 3 1 2 7 5 2 4 6 5 2 3 5 45
Florida 1
Texas 1 4 1 6
-Toa. 3 l 2 12 7 6 5 6 6 2 3 5 62

California 1 1 1 1 2 3 4 2 5 6 26
Florida 1 7 17 20 9 5 5 21 5 90
Texas 7 32 24 39 .29 5 162
Total 1 9 40 43 44 49 38 13 25 7 5 6 278
St. Paul
California 1 1 1 3
Florida 2 -
Texas 1i
Total 1 3 1 1 41 15
a 5 4 2 1 5 2 1 5 1 3 2 3 34
Total 5 4 2 1 5 1 5 1 3 2 34
San IFrarciscoa 1
Arizona 1 1
California 4 1 4 __ 1 1 2 - 2 3 3 23
Total 4 1 4 1 1 2 2 3 3
Arizona 1 1 6 13
California 3 3 3 2 2 3 1 4 3 6 3 33
Florida 1 1 2
Tota 4 7 8 4 3 6
Wasbin(onM
California 1 1
Florida 1. 1 1 6
Total 1 2.2 -1 I - 7


*Not available


1


--




24 -

UTNIAD OF OPANGES in 66 CITIES FROM SEPTBpER 1937 T_ Y JULY 1938
BY 1NT5S AND BY STATES OF GRIGIN
CAiOTS


ISEPTIl OCT. NOV.I EC.l JAN.I ES.| I i A R.I M&Y I JuITlM JUL


Akrn
California. -
Florida
To %tal


--'- -
ianm


- 1

- 1


1 9 3 1 1 5
- 14 8 17 16 9
1 14 11 18 17 14


8 ffi


California 33 23 5 28 13 16 23 22 45 34 52
Florida 11 34 51 60 78 73 57 50 3 -
Total 33 34 39 79 73 94 96 79 95 37 52

California 12 5 9 25 13
Florida 4 11 37 28 26 25 21 12 -
Total 12 9 11 37 28 26 25. 21 21 25 13

Arizona 1 2 -
California 81 37 2 22 14 15 26 22 36 90 113
Florida 48 118 142 129 148 156 152 118 63 7
tPota 81 85 121 '18 143 163 182 174 154 153 120


Birminsbam
California
Florida
Tr+otal


7 2 1 6 23
5 14 31 94 55 48 62 43 21 1
12 16 31 95 55 48 62 43 27 24


*


California 280 202 59 208 132 129 179 180 265 315 349
Florida 159 420 393 461 549 573 561 432 214 20
Texas -3 1 ,- - -
Total 280 361 479 602 593 678 752 741 697 529 369


Brid enort
Ca fornia 7 3 1 10 6 5 6 10 8 20 16
Florida 8 19 15 10 14 15 14 14 3 -
Total 7 11 20 25 16 19 21 24 22 23 16


California 60 33 13 57 37 49 46 51 61 77 67
Florida 35 75 62 65 77 96 75 49 22 2
nTexas l 8 9 2 16 126 11 99 69- -
Total 60. 68 89 119 102 126 142 126 110 99 69


Qcao
Alaba- 1 5 1 -
Arizona 7 14 6 1 6 1 -
California 285 230 165 306 299 273 352 310 389 389 .363
Florida 151 330 239 270 320 363 330 277 110 14
Louisiana 5 6 -
Mississippi 1 14 5 -
Texas .- 5 43 22 24 42 34 4 1 -
rItol PA5 388 569 593 5 99 636 755 645 6' 7 499 377


Cincinnati-
Alaba 2 1 -
California 76 59 13 58 31 34 53 39 59 106 100
Florida 65 127 141 137 164 144 160 150 55 18
Mississippi 4 1 -
Texas 4 1 -
Total 76 124- 150 201 169 198 197 199 209 161 118


vel.ani


Alabama 1 1 -
Arizona -1 1 -
California 94 92 35 130 60 90 124 117 136 159 125
Florida 61 126 112 126 155 164 129 114 60 2
Mississippi 6 -
Texas -8 3 --
To+.=a 94 1U3 174 246 189 245 288 246 250 219 127


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Arizona 1 -- -
California 31 9 13 40 5 20 21 28 37 25 36
Florida 15 34 34 39 49 47 46 9 5
Texas 1 1 2 -
Total 24 -- 48 75 444 706 0 74 69 M 36


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25 -

UNIADOS or RAMMEA in 6 IT IES RPqT 1937 TR JUY 1938
WBYM3 S .D B STATES' RIN (ODNS _.

tatse PT. OCT E.o. I Jn. e-1D MUIA ,l ,I MAY I. nol JuLY

Arizona 5 1 -
California 19 16 9 26 17 2D 19 22 23 34 23
Florida 1 1 11 13 1 -
Texas 2 12 19 12 4 18 2 -
Tot 1F 18 21 -0 30 25 8 3 35


California
Florida


4s-,,


3 3
3 1 8 4
- 2 1
6 3 11 5


1 1
7 10. 9
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3 6 5
5 5
-8 6 10


as- 1 2 -
Arizona "
California 25 28 3 83 56 68 77 70 62 60 61
Florida 1 .-
Texas --2 14 -
N+12 29 35 83 .57 68 77 70 64 6 0 61


Arizonas 2
California 16 .9 .1 36 39 38 33 36 33 39
Florida 3 3 1 6 4 3 1
Texas 8 1 1 1 1 -
Total 16 1Z? 21 37 41 41 41 41 36 40
Alabama 1 1 -
Arizona 1- 1 -
California 118 119 .88 226 131 144 27 202 218 197 182
Florida 51 149 99 107 155 175 144 114 60 3
Mississippi .- .- -. 3. 4 -

Sluti 8
Arizona 5
California 14 13 13 25 27 ?5 28 29 26 25 25
Florida 3 1 -2 1 -

Total 14 1 2 27 25 3 31 '2 5 2 5


l PasoA
Arizona


California


1 1 1 -
20 16 17 28 28 28 30 27 42 42,
:n 18 17 29 28 28 30 28 43 42


,


Caansvilla
California


Florioaa
i1.x4~ .- -3-- -5


Fort Worth
Arizona
California
Florida


10


1 2 3 2 4 4 8 9 11
4 11 28 12 12 19 13 9 1 -
5 11 T305 14 2 17 17 i4 -1


4 7, 8 9 7 8 14 10
..~1 4 9 1
"Te as -Q-"- J 1


otal 4 17 2. 16 13 18 12 17 15 10

al f a 16 22 13 39 31 39 32 44 45 47 32
lorida 2 24 15 14 23 24 18 13 2 -
To tl 16 is 54 4b5 U 5 62 58 49 -
tA


California 25 17 2 19 16 1 I1I .L
Florida 29 70 59 98 91 93 89 65 30
.Total 25 46 W 78 I 106 110 110 63s 47


NcY


Arizona "5
lifonia 22 1 6 26 10 14 1 3 34
Florida 2 '2 6 -
*r^ota 22 18 5.6', 22 23 *' ^ 28 51 27
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26 .

mTIOADS OF ..A-GES in 66 CITIES F aOM iPTsBER 1937 MEU JULY 1938
.BYi MNHSAM D BY STATES OF QEIGIN ( CONT'r)
. . ..... _sCA i,,OTS, *- ... ......-a.


State


SB!PT .1 OCT .) NOV .) I)EC .
) JAN.) FEB .( MAR APR .) MAY JM JULY


Califoia 25 11 2 29 16 14 10 24 31 57 69
Florida 9 18 19 25 38 31 14 6 2 -
Texas 9 8 1 1 -
.otl 25 20 29 41 53 42 38 3 59 69
Jacksonville
California 2 -
Florida 6 2 2 -
T l f 2 2 -


Arizona 1 -
California 29 32 14 71 55 54 74 77 75 75 64
Florida 7 17 4 9 6 10 19 8 -
Mississippi 1 -
Texas 2 14 6 2 4 2 -
Tot l 29 41 47 81 66 64 86 96 8 75 64


California
Florida
Total


Ar nl ln


1 -
2
1 2


2 5 4
8 11 4 -
8 11 6 5 4


California 1 30 30 20 2 9 *
Total 1 0 0 2 9 -


Louisville
Arizona 1 -
California 18 2 2 1 4 11 30 24
Florida 25 42 72 56 46 58 36 23 4 -
Texas 1 -
total 18 2r. 43 74 56 47 59 40 34 34 24

Arizona 2 -
California 13 2 6 4 5 3 6 9 18 32 27
Florida 1 23 20 60 34 36 40 36 28 5
Texas 13 16 6 7 8 2 -
Total 14 41 50 45 .46 54 47 46 57 3 7


Milwpunakee
California
Florida
Mississippi
Texas,
Tota


29 38 20 85 '78 77 90 96 98 87
- 10 36 22 16 26 37 27 27 7
- 9 4 3 1 2 2 -
29 48 69 111 97 l 9 4 129 125 125 -9


Calfora 41 26 28 95 89 77 111 96 84 92 71
Florida 2 7 1 2 3 14 8 -
Mississippi 1 -
Texas 2 25 1 3 4 1 -
Tota 41 30 61 97 89 82 118 111 92 92 71


Nashville
California
Florida
4 4 l


7 1 1 10 18 13
10 3 74 44 38 40 35 22 4 -
7 11 35 75 44 38 40 35 32 l


California 16 9 1 1 4 1 11 13
Florida 8 31 62 71 95 146 83 41 13 -
Total 16 17 31 63 71 96 146 87 42 24 13


rHaven
California 12 6 1 10 4 6 5 12 15 16 24
Florid 5 28 22 30 35 31 36 16 6 -
Total 12 11 29 32 34 41 36 48 31 22 24


Or eans
Alabama -
California 14 5 32 33
Florida -2 0~1 i 63 78 95 93 109 19 -
Toa v 3 75 95 93 114 1 33
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27 -
T=InOADS OF OMAS" in 66. CITIES FROM PM PiT R 1937 mmRU JULY 1938
^ BY -1MDWMLS- AND BY SITES CF ORIGIN -(OONT'3L)

State T.I ST. OCT.1 NVqy.l EC. JAN.I FEB.l A.I APR. a JUNE JIUI
New. York. City.
Arizona 2 9 1 2 -
California 836 605 219 363 272 269 432 489 623 715 837
Florida 465 1200 1293 1446 1588 1759 1778 1824 1204 285
Texas 2 -
Brazil 2 -
Puerto Rico 1 2 1 -
Total 837 1072 1424 1665 1718 1860 2193 2267 2447 1919 1122

California 5 2 1 2 5 3 15
Florida 8 1 4 4 4 1 -
Total 5 10 2 4 4 6 3 15
Oklahom, Cfjity
Arizona 1 -
California 17 9 8 37 14 20 21 15 22 21 25
Florida 7 2 -
Texas 7 1 1 -- -
Total 1. I 9 15 37 15 20 23 15 29 2 5
Arizona 1 -
California 17 12 11 42 39 34 40 50 46 42 42
Florida 8 2 1 1 2 5 5 1 -
Mississippi 1 -
Texas 3 5 2 -
Total 12 24 44 40 40 44 55 51 40 42
California .. 14 5. 3 36 24 29 29 33 36 39 32
Florida 3 6 1 2 7 5 1 -
Texas --- -
Total 14 8. 11 37 26 36 34 34 3 .


Philadelnhia


,.r .


California 248 149 32 93 68 58 104 113 153 309 371
Florida 1 204 456 458 489 579 641 560 651 200 33
Mississimi -
ot,, 249 .353 -49 551-.- 573'- 4 -. 67 W4 40


Alabama
Arizona
California
Florida
Louisiana.
Mississippi
mTxar


2 -
106 81 47 147 80 94 151 129 182 182 171
... 67,.:122.. 92 11 148 163 125 119 35
2 -
2 1 -
1 7 2 3 -


Total 107 149 180.. 246. 198 .245 314 254 30- 217 171
Portland. Me.
California 12 9 3 16 17 17 17 17 18 34
Florida. 10 13 10 11 2 8 3 -
Tota1 9.. A a. 29 2 -19 25 1 34
Portland.. Ge-
Arizona 1- -
California 37 9 38 77 1 73 82 65 69 52 40
Total 37 9 39 79 51 73 82 65 69 52 40
California 24 8 2 9 9 11 16 20 25 28 40
Florida 29 50 51 62 63 68 54 15 7
g PA 24. .5 6 60 Zi- 74 84 774 43 47
t 24. 3. 5 Q
California 8 1 1 2 2 9 11 23
Florida 1 5 20 14 18 14 15 8 8 -
Total 5 .5 a 1-..1:- ,,.17 19 23
N rnia 22 22 7 37 12 30 19 32 38 36
Florida 11 41 28 30 33 38 9 22 2
Texas -. 1 -
o 22 49 't65 42 .6 5. -.6 5 4 38 382
*Not available.





28 -

UNLOADS 07 MRA=GES "in 66 CITIES n4t SlEPPTWBM 1917 TERU.JULY 1938
StatBY 1PT AND BY SNO S OF JRI.TN (CONT 'J)
CARIDIS
State M. WT. IISNPTI o DEC .o.I JAN.. I rB.I MAR APR. I MAY I JU=BI JULY


Arizona 2 5 6 -
California 70 61 40 146 77 83 126 113 128 138 113
Florida 28 47 38 44 56 70 58 51 22 1
Iouisiana 5 2 -
Mississippi 7 2 -
Texas- 29 11 20 14 19 -
Total 70 91 130 204 147 153 215 173 179 160 114


California 23 18 11 42 33 45 45 48 45 49 40
Florida 2 2. 1 1 1 -
'Texas 10 1 -
Total 23 20 23 42 34 47 46 48 45 49 40
Salt LaIca City
California 9 10 17 35 30 33 36 26 33 18 13
Total 9 10 17 35 30 33 3 26 33 18 13
San Antonio
Arizona 1 -
California 13 9 6 10 11 5 2 9 23 13 16
Texas 1 2 -
Total 13 9 8 12 11 F 4 9 23 13 16


San Francisco
Arizona
n P-1 4 ,^-.


TotaIL~


49- 3
30 49 66. 95 108 114 101 86 65 21
30 49 9... .95- 108 114 101 -86 85 21


Seattle
California 31 47 29 105 82 103 94 105 108 90 64
Total 31 47 29 '105 82 103 94 105 108 90 64

Arizona 2 --
California 5 3 1 13 3 3 4 3 6 9 7
Florida 1 -
Texas 1 -
Total 5 3 --3 16. 3 4 4 3 6 9 7
California 11 7 13 23 22 27 35 29 34' 17
Florida 1 2 1 1 2 -
Texas .1 1 1 -
Total 11 9 16 23 3. 27 37 29 36 1 '.


m._


Arizona -1 1
California 9 8 13 39 35 38 39 35 42 32 25
Total 9 8 13 40 35 38 39 36 42 32 25
infield. Mass.
California 15 8 2 .19 15 13' 14 16 16 27 21
Florida 15 36 : 21: 32 38 36 33 22 11 1
.Total 15 3 38 ..:.5 49 38 38 22

California 26 7 8 28 11 23 10 21 "42 26 28
Florida 8 24 29 35 38 44 36 21 3 -
Texas - 1 1 -
Total ,15 -32 58 47 61 54 57 63 29 2S


T' ieaifornia -
Total_ --
Tarra Ante


California 2 7 3 3 3 5 8 2 5
Florida 5 2 3 4 -
Total 2 ,...8 5 6 9 8 2 5
Ldo
Arizona 1 -
California 16 24 12 40 24 24 22 36 38 21 46
Plorida 4 10' 8 15 16 13 6 -
Total 18 PR 22- 46 32 39 38 49 44 21 46


*Not available.


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IDS OF A S in 6 CITIE :FROM P g 1937 TR JU 1938
-BY MQmHS ANDBYSTAES OFGa-RI (CONT'B.)
CARIOTs
State, ISSPT.I OCT.I NOV.T DC. JAD.I FEB.I M AR. R.I MAY I JUnI JAUP
Clfornia 52 22 2 9 5 2 10 8 18 38
Florida 5 7 16 3 19 23 38 33 10
Total 52 27 9 25 18 21 3 46 51 48 *
Worcester
California 2 .2 1 1 2 4 3 1 1
Florida 3 8 9 6 -2 -
Total 2 1 5. 1 9 11 10 5 1 1
Y alifornia 7 5 4 23 10 14 11 18 16 14 18
Florida 3 5 5 12 8 19 15 4 -
otal 7 8 9 28 22 22 33 20 14 18
*Not available. 1ote- 1938 figures subject to change.











TU DS OF GRAPEFRUIT in 66 CITIES FROM SE R 1937 THRU JULY 1938
BY-MON MS AND BY STATES OF RIGIN

State ISEPT.I OCT..I NOvj DEC.u JAN.] FB.1 j. APR.1 MAY I JUE JUli

Florida.. 1 1 1 -
Texas 6 .3 ..6. 5. 10 -22 -
Total 7 3 7 6 10 4 -
zona 1 8 -
California -
Florida 9 ..17 12 18 17 20 17 9 -
Txas 4 .. 5 .1 -_- - .
otal 9 21 17 19 17 20 17 10 8 2
California _. . 1
Florida 1 2 1 13 10 9 15 9 4 -
OCba 1 --
Total 2 2 1 13 10 9 15 9 4 1
Baltimore
Arizona 1
California -
Florida .19 53 54 49. 38 45 49 49, 39 11 2
Texas 2 4 2 13 9 3 -
Total 20 53 56 53 40 58 58 52 39 13 3
Bi n 1.. .4 7 53
Florida1 2 5 3 5 4 7 5 6 3
Total 1 2 5 -3 5 4 7 -5 6 3
Bos&on 7 7
Arizona 16
California 2 10 16
Florida 35 139 105 111 110 133 17 131 151 33 -
Te,-as 11 38 63. 67 32 36 11 1 -
T"otal. 35 152_ 1 214 17 17 2 149 152 43 16
*Not aVilable.





30 -
UNOADS OFGRAEFRUIT in 66 CITIES orOM SPTE6B~ER 1937 TRU JULY 1938

State IsM.T. OC | NOV C J .I FB.I M AR. APR. MAY I JU I JULY

1 7 9 4 5 5 10 5 1 -
Total 1 7 9 4 5 5 10 10 5 1 -
Arizona 1 -- 1 -
California 1 1 4 1
Florida 12 28 25 2o 23 11 29 24 31 -
Texas -,- 13 22 27 26 24 29 3 -
Total 12 42 47 47 49 35 59 29 31 4 1
Ch=iago
Arizona 1 1 3 15 7 9
California 8 3 1 2 30 12
Florida 49 138 20 17 21 11 18 57 152 62 4
Texas 83 206 248 309 240 312 196 37 -
Cuba10 - -
Total 67 225 227 265 330 251 331 256 206 99 25
Cincinnati
Arizona 3 10 20 7
California 2 10 8
Florida 30 50 20 8 25 12 28 45 49 16 1
Texas 25 50 66 82 82 85 50 4 -
Ciba, 3 -
Total 33 75 70 -74 107 94 116 95 65 46 16
Cleweland
Arizona -- 1 8 8 2
California 1 1 5 -
Florida 26 67 19 19 23 14 26 54 60 18 -
Texas 32 62 78 115 86 110 44 3 -
ba 2 -
Total 29 99 81 97 138 100 136 99 72 31 2
ColuhAus
Arizona 1 -- 2 5
California 1 1 2
Florida 8 24 5 10 9 12 20 19 10 5
Texas__ 6 19 19 35 20 23 5 -
Total 8 30 25 29 44 32 43 24 13 11 2
Arizona -
California 1 1 1 2
Florida 3 2 3 -
Texas 1 12 14 10 14 43 23 -
Total 4 14 12 14 10 14 44 23 6 1 2
Dayton
Florida 1 1 -
Texas 3 6 7 7 8 6 --- -
Total 3 6 7 7 9 6 1 -
Denver
Arizona 6 1 3 5 12 6 1
California 3 4 1 1 2 13 6
Florida 3 3 2 2 -
Texas 11 37 28 33 36 29 15 4 -
Total 6 24 37 28 33 37 33 21 20 21 7
Des Moines
Arizona 6 5 4 *
California 1 1 6 *
Florida 1 4 7 2
Texas 14 19 26 34 29 26 10 3 -
Total 1 15 19 26 34 29 32 19 15 8
SAizona 1 4 4 16 16 7
California 2 1 1 1 5 16 7
Florida 35 68 20 7 11 11 29 69 63 25 -
Texas 50 103 113 147 126 157 80 9 -
Cuba 2 -- -
Total 39 120 124 120 158 137 190 154 57 14
*Not available.





31 -
JLNIQAPD OF GaRAPRBY UIS n.6i CITIES TOR SRIIPTE1RS 9 I4TB JTLY 1938
BY RMS AMD BY STATES O57ORIGIN (CONT'iL)


* 'State


Dulbbfh
Arizona
California
Florida
Texas


ISEPT.I OCT.I NOV.1-DEC.I JAN.I FEB.I I1AR.I A R.I MAY I JUNI JULY


- 1 1 3 1
11 4
- 1 9 113 16 13 14 10
4


Total 1 10 13 1 13 17 16 18 1
El Paso
-Arizona 1 6 10
Florida 1 *
Texas 1 3 5 2 7 2 1 *
Total 1 1 1 3 5 2 7 2 7 10

Arizona 1 4 1
California 1
Florida 1 1 1 1 -
Texas 2 4 3 8.4 6 3
Total 3 .5 3 8 4 7 4 5 1
Fort Worth
California 2 1
Florida 1 -
STexas 5 11 7 9 6 13 11 1
Total 1 5 11 7 9 6 13 11 3 1
Grand Rapids-
Arizona 1 2 2 3 5
California 1 3 1
Florida 4 6 1 3 5 14 7 -
Texas.. 6 25 33 44 30 30 -
Total 4 12 33 45 33 37 1Z 11 8 1


Rartford
California
Florida
Texas
Total
Houston
Arizona
Florida
Texa8s
Total
Tndiainaolis
Arizona
California
Florida
Texas


4 22 28 32 34 25 33 18
- 2 1 X -
4 22 28 32 36 26 33 18


1 2 -
....... -5- --14.8 1 12 6
-1 2 --5 14 8 1 12 6


- 1 1 14
1 1 -
7 4 4 3 1 1
- 10 19 24 35 37 41 11


9 3----


2 *
5 *

7 *


20 6 1
- 6 2
3 -


STotal 8- 16 24 27 36 '37 41 26 22 12 3

ansas v City ....
Arizona 1 1 3 7 2.
California 13 6
Florida 13 13 28 4 -
Texas 31 54 52 77 59 -72 40 3 -
Cuba 1---. -
Total 14 45 54 52 77 59 73 43 38 19 6
Lexington
Florida 1 1 2 1 4 3 -
Texas. - 1 1 .1 5 ..4 1- -
Total 2 2 3 6 4 5 -

Arona :.- 4 41 25 3
*Galifornia -. - 344-5.
Total 4 43 45 6 *
Ai 1 5 7
Florida 8 15 10 8 13 7 13 11 10 2
Texas 3 9 I 9 12 19 8 -
Total 8 18 19 t8 22 19 32 20 15 9
*Not available.


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-32.-

UNI..DS OF RAP rmaii n. a CITIES r.OM SEPoaPlBER -193 JH t JL, .938
p Y H= B 1 .TATs ORQRI^ W (Q=om
State r 0C. I NOV. DE. JA.I FEB. MAI AP MA

ronaa 6 8 3
California 1 1 -
Florida 4 i 5 6 1
Texas 11 14 16 27 24 37 16 3 -
Total 5 18 14 18 27 24 38 21 15 9 4


Milwankee
Arizona
California
Florida
Texas
!potal


-" a ." "
a a a 7
2 19 1 3 14 4
- '14 49 50 61 50 61 45 1 3
2 -49 M 61 -0 62 48 22 14


*


Minnesaolis
Arizona 3 5 19 1 1
California 3 2 1 12 4
Florida 8 18 1 2 1 2 5 8 19 2 -
Texas 17 53 59 76 74 63 0 2 1 -
total 11 35 54 ?77 76 71 34 40 16 5


IL


A -- 1-
-k n; &~


Arizona -
California -
Florida 8 5 18 14 10 17 11 5 1
Txas 3 1 2 7 4 *
Total 8 8 19 M1 17 21 12 41 -


Florida 21 20 16 35 36 22 15 1 1 -

Tot1 21 21 16 35 36 22 15 1 -
New Han
Florida 1 12 9 9 14. 13 3 11 3 -
Texas 2 -
Total 1 9 11 14 13 3
. . .. . .. -,
California. -. 1 a
Florida 7 18 8 10 11 4 11 16 31 9 1
Texas 1 9 12 9 10 23 2 -
Cuba 5 -
tal 2 19 22 20 14 34 18 31 10 1
S3 '- 16 38
Florida 96 544 535 660 688 633 750 736 652 320 25
Texas 2 29 53 65 84 88 27 4 -
Cuba 107 -
ezto Rico.. 47 36 21 5,-1 -- 2 2 72 37
total 263 582 585' 719 754 -717 840 765 -677 408 100
Florida- 1 1 2 1 -- -
Total 1 1 2 1 -
Arizona -
California .a 2
Florida 3 -* 2 1 -
Texas = 5 8 3 6 1 -
l 3 8 6 5 8 3 4

Arizona 2 8 11 2
California 1 8 3
Florida 2 10 2 6 1 -
Texas 10 17' 24 34- 27 30 1 1 a -
Total 3 20 17- 24 34 ---7- 3 2 11 3
-on. . 5 2 1
Florida 1- 3 1 1
Texas a 7 10 17 18 21 7 a -
-l 2 11 . 21. .1 3 J -
-*Not available. -




33 -

UHQADSW MrIMai T in 66 CITIES no SW asB 97 JU 1938
BY MR= AIM BY S=S OF GIN 00U I).
CARIpTS


ISEPT.I OCT.I NOV.I DEC.I JAN.l FEB.I MB.1 APR.I MAY .1 JUNEI JULY


Florida
Texas
"Pilrt+ piIrn


1 5 6
52 '141 153 151 1442142 198 168 161 40 4
- 1. 16 44 .48 44 41 17 -
- -* 1 -


Total 53 142 169 196 190 16 239 185 161 46 10
Arizona - 1 9 14 5
"California .- 4 3
--Florida 28 62 33 50 40 55 .62 53- 14
STexas 18 8 45 57 49 54 27 9 -
Cuba 3 -
Totalt 31 80 68 78 107 89 110 89 71 32 3
Portlad-. Mo-
Arizona : ... 8 1 1 *
. -California ...- -"' .-- 1 4 *
Florida 2' 2 3 .6 1 *
Texas -- 3 2 2 -
Total 2 5 8 5 11 10 2 6 V


Portland. Ore.
Arizona .... .. 9 15 11 19 22 17 16 21 12
California. 7 10 4 1 -1 .5 3. 9 5 0 12
Florida 3 -. .2 2 ..2 6" 2 -
Texas 1 3 10 5 12 10 2 -
Total 8 28 32 22 25 41 32 29 32.: 24 12
- California ... ... -
Florida 7 21 -16 -11 15 14 16 17 17 2 1
Taxas 1 -


-Total 7- 16. 16 12 15 14 17 17 17 2 1

Florida -- 2 1 10 9 4 6 -
Total 2 1 10 9 4 6 8 -
chaster .. .
Arizona 1 1
FlErida 3 10. 5 7 9 8 10 11 7 -
Teas 4 18' 12 1 8 16 3 -

.Iois , ,
Arizona 3 1 2 2 24 24 9
California 7 8 4
Florida 14 21 2 1 2 10 22 7 -
Tex3as 25 70 81 143 106 147 113 16 1 -
Total 24 82 142 OT 151 125 62 40 13
SPMul


Arizona
California
Florida.


- --. 1 8

'2 9 1 6 6


Texas 4 a- @ id 1.5 -1
Total 2 14 21 28 23 22 27 22 14 6 -
t Lake CT y ri .
Arizona .. 5 2 2 1 1 -
California 1 1 1
Florida. 1 1 .1 -
Texas 3 32 .5 1 5 3 -
Towp 1 9 4 .5 8 4 1 2 1

California 2 -
Florida 1 .. ',*,- 1 -
STxas.... 2 3 -
Total 1 2 3 3 -


n Franciasco
Arizona
Qalfora!


"Not available.


- 28 17 11 14 19 20 2 12
12 2 21 24 4 6 33 26
12 548 4 38 8 38 43 46 53 38


State


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34 .,


SDBY S TTSOF. CRIGINK (0'.) "O .T
- ..... ... --------. .T... .


Iser.I oce.I sov.I ac'.1 .ta.1 ras.I usa.1 ra.j xa ung auzz


Ari zon
California
Florida
'mTexe


S 17 14 18 18 24 24 29 32 23 1
9 14 14 6 4 3 4 10 10 11 18
2 1 1 1 3 4 -
- 4 21 8 5 14 18 10 -


Total 11 36 49 32 2 41 46 50 45 38 19


Shreveport
Arizona -- -
Florida 1 -
Texas 1 1 -
Total 1 -
Sim=u City
Arizona --- 4 7 2
California 5
Florida 2 4 2 *
Texas 13 12 2 9 21 11 -
Total 2 11 13 12 20 9 21 -15 7 9

Arizona 3 6 5 6 9 3
California 4 4 2 5 5 4 3 7 7 4
Florida 3 1 -
Texas 1 9 3 7 4 4 2 -
Total 11-- 13 5 14 15 14- 11 16 10 4


2 15 12 9 12 16 7

2 15 12 11 12 16 7


7 5 1 -
7--5 1-1


S 1 3

11 3 8 -6 7 17 10 1
- 1 7 2 5 6 2 2 -
- 12 10 10 11 13 19 13 6


7 1
2 5 2' 3
-;1


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2 1
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- *


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Arizona 1 1 8 17 11 2 -
California 1 5 -
Florida 1 10 -1 4 4 -
-'o- 6.14 2 7 1 ,: -,,,
Total 1 15 12 25 18 28 2 7

Florida 4 11 19 18 20 18 29 19 14 7 '

Total 4 13 24 22 21 0 19 14.---7

Florida 1 1 -
Tnoal 1 1 -


Youngston*
Arizona- 1 1 -
California 1 -
Florida 24 2 -
Texas- 1 5 4 5 3 4 2 -
Total 8 7 6 ...9 .7 9 4 1 2 -
*Not available. Note- 938 figures are subject to change.


State


Snringfieldp Mass.
Califorani
Florida

Total
Symrause
Arizona.
California
Florida
Texas
Total


Florida


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35 -

UNIrTDS o Irfi I IDRR EamGE ES in 66 CITIES SOM.QCD 1937 RU AHPRL 1938


Akron
Albay
Atlanta
Baltimore
Birmingham
Boston
Bridgeport
Buffalo
Chicago
Cincinnati
Cleveland
Columbus
Dallas
Dayvon
Denver
Des Moines
Detroit
Duluth
El Paso
Evansville
Fort Worth
Grand Rapids
Hartford
Houston
Indianapolis
Jacksonville
Kan1sas City .
Lexington
Los Aneles
Louisville
Memphis
Milwaukee
Minneapolis
Nashville
Newark
New Haven
New Orleans
New York City
Norfolk.
Oklahoma City
Omaha
Peoria
Philadelphia
Pittsburgh
Portland, Me.
Portland, Ore.
Providence
Richmond
Rochester
St. Louis
St. Paul
Salt Lake City
San Antonio
San Francisco
.Seattle :.
Shreveport
Sioux ity
Sokane
ringfield, Mass.
-acuse

Terre Haute
Toledo
SWaahinton
.Worcester
Youngstown


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S Chiao: 3 La. in Jan., 1 Tex. in Teb. San Franso: 1 Calif. in Nov.;
leans: 4 a. in c.& 1 in Jan. 1 in Dec.; & 1 in Jan.
Portl d. Ore.: 1 Calif. in Dec.; 1 Seattle: 26 Japan in Nov. & 85 in Dec.
Japan in Nov.&1 nDec. BSokane: 1 Japan in Nov.
St. Louis: 2 La. in Jan. & 1 in Feb.


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UNIOADS OF MIXED CITRUS in 29 CITIES ROM SEPT=BER 1937 HBU JULY 1938
BY D _E.S AN BYS~TA~S~ oF ORIGIN

State ISrT. OCT I NV. DEC.s JAN. FEB. MRAY JUN 1 JUL
Atlata
California 3 -
Florida 2 5 20 7 5 4 I 4 1
Tota 5 20 7 5 4 2 7 1
SBaltiam e
California 1 1 1 5
Florida 11 36 51 48 31 49 37 31 28 2
Texas .1 1 2 -
Total 12 26 52 49 31 51 38 31 29 7
Raston
California 1 1 1 11 15
Florida 46 85 109 141 89 96 83 76 12 -
T s 1 1 1 -
... 46 85 110 142 89 98 83 77 'a

California 15 4 2 6 5 5 6 4 7 5 12
Florida 28 27 40 45 34 22 34 45 35
Texas 5 29 28 20 20 38 7 -
Total 15 37 58 74 70 59 66 45 52 40 12
CincjDati
California 5 3 1 1 1 1 3 4
Florida .1 29 34 42 46 23 30 42 29 20 -
exa.s 8 7 3 3 -
Total 6 32 42 49 50 27 31 43 29 23 4

California 1 8 14
Florida 8 15 5 9 4 5 5 10 2 2
Texas 1 7 8 1 -
Total 9 22 14 9 5 5 5 10 10 1
California 1 1
Florida 1 1 -
Texas 3 3 4 1 3 -
Total 4 3 4 1 4 5 1 1 -
Benvnr
Arizona 1 -
California 3 1 3 1 2 2 3
Texas 1 5 4 2 3 2 -
Total 3 1 6 7 2 4 2 3 2 3

California 5 1 2 1 3 5 7
Florida 11 19 43 56 48 44 36 26 19 -
Texas 2 8 3 4 6 2 -
Total 5 14 29 4Z 60 54 46 39 28 24 ?
Fort Worth
Florida 1 -

Total 2 5 2 6 3 1 -
In"'maolisaS S *


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Florida
Texas
Total
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*Not available.


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TQADSOF or CIr clTas i In 29.. SEPoS 7 sppaMn 1237 TIRU JU 1938
BY MONs AD BY SaEs C O RIGIN ( 1cORM)

State IsPr.j OCTS. nov. Imc.O JANI FEBr.I MR.I AR.I MAY I JUMn JULY

California -2 -
Florida 8 3 -
Total --. 8 2 -
New Orleans
California 2
Florida 1 12 2 2 4 11 1 5 4 2 -
ouisiana, 5 18 30 12 5 3 1 1 2 -
NewI York City
California 16 3 4 2 3 1 -
Florida 6 81 134 155 120 78 36 49 20 15 13
Toexas 1 1 - -
Total 22 84 14 159 1 1 82 3 49 20 15 13
Odclahana City
Florida 1
Texasa- -- --- -- -
Total 1 1
Ombah.
California 1 3 2 2 1.- 2
Florida 1 1 3 4 1
Texas 4 5 1 5 -
Total 1 8 a 6 4 1 3
California 4 5 1 1 1 6 6
Florida 36 66 133 121 72 58 40 41 29 2
Texas 1 1 -
Total 4 42 57 L34 1 l 73 58 40 42 35 8
Pittsburi h
California 3 1 1 3 2
Florida 20 43 69 44 50 51 29 37 17 2
Louisiana 2 -
Tex s 3 4 1 1 5 1
FTotal 3 23 47 7 4 56 52 30 40 17 4
Portland. r0e.
Arizona 2 -
California 3 5 1 2 2 8 8 4 6 7 5
Florida 2 1 -
Toa 'l ; I fi 3 4 -- 7 5

California 4 3 1 3 4 2 2 2 2
Florida -. 2 6 18 17 20 7 19 15 10 -
Texas 4 19 16 3 4 8 1 -
Totl 4 9 6 4 23 17 20 1 12 2
St. Paul
California 1 1
Florida .. .. i 1
Florida -
Texas 1 4 -2- --
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DISTRIBUTION OF FORIDA CIl'US. (RAL & BQOAI.) 1937-38 SEASON.

Destinations were obtained on 62,914 cars of rail and boat shipments during the
period from September 1st, 1937 to June 6th, 1938 inclusive. This is an increase of ap-
proximately 500 cars over the 1936-37 season and more than 11,000 cars above the average
distribution for the past ten years." Boat shipments accounted for the equivalent of
20,368 cars with the remainder rail movement.
As would be expected with the very large crop of Florida oranges, destinations
on many more cars were tabulated than for any previous season or on 38,931 cars
against 30,987 for the next heaviest season, 1936-37. An outstanding development of this
large crop was the more equitable and wider distribution. There was a marked increase in
the percontcge of oranges to the Middlewest, while some States in the East showed a pro-
portionate decrease in cars received. For example: Illinois received 2,394 cars of
Florida oranges during the 1937-38 season contrasted to 1,613 last year, and Ohio 2,840
compared to 2,025. New York State, on the other hand, had relatively fewer cars than a
year ago or 12,968 cars again ll,064. There were, also, decided increases in the volume
of oranges to several of the Southern States, such as louisiana with 653 cars during 1937-
38 and 385 in 1936-37 and Msississippi with 380 compared to 167. Included in the orange
distribution are 2,283 cars purchased by the Federal Surplus Commodities Corporation for
relief purposes during the period from February 5th to ay f28th, 1938 inclusive.
Grapefruit, in direct contrast with oranges, showed a decrease of about one-
third in the number of cars from a year ago; and the distribution trend was also the re-
verse with less cars to the Middlewest and more to the East. During the past ten years,
distribution has been secured on an average of nearly 16,000 cars each year, but the total
for 1937-38 was only 13,324. A smaller crop, as well as a percentage increase in canning
consumption, explain the nrked drop in volume. The heavy grapefruit production in Texas
with the resultant competition, no aoubt, were the principal reasons for the lighter dis-
tribution to the Midilewest. However, grapefruit continued to have the largest number of
states represented in it's distribution, but the number of cars destined to some of the
states. was. small. In fact there were only seven states that did not receive, at least,
one car of Florida grapefruit.
Florida tangerines totaled 3,387 cars compared with 4,526 during the 1936-37
season and a ten year average of slightly over 2,700 cars. Generally, distribution was
proportionately in line with a year ago, although such states .as New. ork.and Massachusetts
received a little higher percentage of Florida tangerines than a year ago.
There was an increase of approximately 10% in mixed citrus distribution over
the 1936-37 season or a total of ,472 .cars against 6,876 a year ago end a ten year aver-
age of slightly more than 7,000 cars. Again, as with grapefruit, the Middlewest showed a
proportionate decrease in states such as Michign, Ohio and Illinois compared with previous
seasons with some States in the East receiving a relatively higher percentage.
In comparing the rail and boat distribution with the shipments, one should keep
in mind that shipments are made both before the Market News Office is opened and after it
is closed and destinations of these shipments are not available. There wore also, 1,264
cars of mixed citrus shipped by Express on which destinations are not available. These
express shipments are consolidated cars made up of l.c.1 shipments destined to various
points. 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. 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.


INTERSTATE TRUCK DISTRIBUTION OF FLORIDA CItRUS 1937-38 SEASON

For the first time, a comparison by states for practically the entire season this
year and last has been made available. The total truck destinations, expressed in car-lot.
equivalents, were approximately 30% more on oranges, 30$ less on tangerines, and 10% less on
grapefruit as compared with the 1936-37 season. In most states,. the percentage of Florida
citrus received by truck was about the same as a year ago. Exceptions, however, were the
District of Columbia, Maryland and Virginia, thus indicating there was an increase in the
longer hauls to markets such as Washington,..Boltimore, and Richmond. This latter applied,
particularly, to oranges; although grapefruit and tangerines showed the some tendency to a
lesser degree. Again, as in previous seasons, it is surprising to note the number of states
represented in the truck distribution, There were 32 States, the District of Columbia and
Canada which received Florida citrus by track. Some of the outlying states received only a
very small amountbut, nevertheless, shipments were made to the respective states.




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DISTRIBUTION FI M DR:CLITRUS 1937-38 SEA&SO


AlaA cOImO AM DC naAorti0 DIAH (ont d) NIao Ccatnea
Anderson 1 Denver Thomasville 2 Ft. Wayne 36 Royalton 3
Andulusia 4 Total 1 Thomson 1 Gr 4 Somerset 2
Anniston 12 Tro 1 Ind-anaplis 215 Stanford 1
#Bih:dAbam 360 1mECTICU Val. sta 1 Kohomo 2 Whitesburg 1I
Brund e 1 idgeport 87 West Point Ia Fayette 9 Winchester 1
Clayton 2 Danbury 1 Total Igansport 8 Total 558
Daldeville 2 EasbHartford 96 Muncie 9
Decatur 13 Hartford 395 IT.TTnTI New Albany 1 IDUISIANA
Dothan 1 New Haven 387 TAbion 1 Richmond 20 Abbeville 2
Eaufaula 2 New London 2 Aurora 4 South Bend 13 Alexandria 2
Elba 1 Norwich 1 -Beardstown 1 Terre Haute 11 Arcadia 1
Evergreen 4 SouthNorwalk 4 Benton 2 Vincannes 6 Bastrop 1
Ft. Payne 1 Waterbury Bloonington 1 Total 470 Baton Ruge 3
Gadsden 10 Total 985 Cairo 2 Bogalusa 1
Greenville 1 Carbondale 8 IQiA Clinton 1
Gundersville 2 E Cai :1 Burlingt on 7 Columbia 1
Huntsville 29 Milfo1 Carthage 1 Cedar ids 9 Covington 1
Jaser 3 Wilmington Centralia 1 Davenpor 7 Crowley 1
Linen 1 Total. 5 OChapaign 5 Des oines 22 Denham prgs 1
Livingston 1 Chicago 2240 Iowa Falls 2 De Ridder 1
Luverne 1 DIST. OF M~TI D anville 13 Shenandoah Donaldsonville 1
Mobile 19 Washington n 1U Decatur Sioux City 9 Farmerville 1
Monroevill 1 Total 171 Du Qin 1 Waterloo Franklin 1
Montgoery 66 #East Louis 8 Total 68 Garyville 1
Opelika 3 DA Edwardsville 8 Hanmond 2
Opp 2 Mariann 2 Eldorado 4 KANS Hcrer 1
Ozark 3 Pensacola 3 Elgin 1 Salina 2 Jena 1
Petrey 2 Total 5 Freeport 1 Topelka 3 Jennings 1
Russellville 2 Galesburg 3 Wichita Jonesboro 2
Scottsboro 2 GrIRGCI Gillespie 2 Total 1 Lafayette 1
Selmn 13 Albany 9 Hillsboro 2 lake Charles 1
Sheffield 2 Athens 2 Jacksonville 3 ITTrTCKY Leesville 2
Talladega 4 Atlanta 300 Joliet 1 Ashland 5 Mansfield 1
Troy 1 Augusta 24 Kankakee 1 Bowling Green 1 Marksville 2
Tuscaloosa 4 Canton 1 la Salle 2 Cepbellsville 1 Many 1
Tuscumibia 2 Cartersville 1 Lincoln 1 Catlettsburg 1 Monroe 3
Union Springsl Cave Spring 1 Lambard 1 Central City 4 Natchitoches 1
Total 579 Clarksville 1 Marion 4 Corbin 3 New Iberia 1
Columbus 69 Mattoon 1 Covington 3 New Orleans 596
ARKASAS Cordele 1 Moline 1 Danville a New Roads 1
Baesville 1 Dalton 1 Mounds 1 Frankfort 1 Oak Grove 1
El Dorado 3 Dawson 1 Muncie 1 Glasgow 4 Oaksdale 1
Forrest City 1 Decatur 3 Newton 1 Harlan 8 O elousas 1
Ft. Smith 5 Douglas 1 Normal 1 Hartford 1 Plaquamine 1
Harrison 1 Dublin 1 North Chicago 1 Hazard 3 prentiss 1
Hope 1 Elberton 1 Pekin 1. Henderson 8 Rayville 1
Jonesboro 2 Everett 1 Peoria 29 Hitchins 2 Ruston 1
Little Rock 39 Fitzgerald 1 pittsfield 1 Jackson 1 St. James 1
Newport 3 Ft. Valley 1 Pontiac 1. Lebanon 1 Shreveport 3
Piggott 1 Gainesville 3 Qunncy 1 iLexington 90 Talluo h 1
Pine Bluff 1 Gracewood 4 obinson 1 Louisville 346 iboda 2
Russellville 2 Griffin 1 Rockford 5 Madisonville 1 Winnfield 1
Texarkna 3 Hawkinsville 1 Rock Island 2 Mayfield 2 Winnsboro
West Helena_ 1 Jesup 9 Sprinltield 6 Maysville 3 Total 6
Total 64 Il Grange 4 Sterling I Morehead
Macon 34. Taylorsville 1 Mt. Sterling 1 MA E
CANADA Marietta 2 Ur 1 Newport 1 Augusta 3
Calgary 1 Menlo 1 Waukegan 2 Owensboro 18 Bangor 6
Montreal 54 Milledgeville 19 White Hall 1 Paducah 27 Biddeford 3
Ottawa 6 Newnan 1 Wilmette Paintsville 2 Gardiner 2
Saskatoon 1 Oakland City 1 Total 94 Paris 1 Lewiston 3
Simcoe 3 Rome 18 Pikeville 3 Portland 24
Toronto 32 Sandersville 1 IAA Pineville 1 Rumford 2
Winni eg __ Statesboro 1 Bedford 2 Prestonburg 3 Van Buren 5
Tot al Swainsboro 1 Evansville 134 Richmond 1 Waterville ___
Total 49




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bDISBuPlaN y' nORIDA. CIIleaS 1937.38 -sEisNx


umIYIfaIA MIanESOrT
Baltimore 1017 Duluth 2
Hagerstown. Minneapolia 40
Total 1019 St. Paul _
Total 48


MISSISSIPPI/ont'd) EO (Con4t'A O Cont'
Qiltwan 4 erir 11606 Cleveland 983
Ripley 4 NiagFa n lls 1 Columbus 304
Senatobie 1 New Rochelle 12 Dayton 56
Shermn 1 Norwich 2 Defiance 3


MASSACUSETTS Starkille 3 Olean 2 Dover
Abington I SSISSIPPI Taylorsville 1 Plattsburg 2 E. Liverpool
Armory 14 Ackerman 2 Tohula 1 Pougheepi 10 Elyria
Athol 1 Batesville 5 TuPelo 31 Rochester 28 Fremont
Boston 3558 Bay Sb. louis 1 Utica 1 Rensselaer 40 Gallipolis
Brockbon 13 Bay Springs 1 Vicksburg 10 Saranac lake 1 Hamilton
Cambridge 2 Belzoni. 3 Water Valley '1 Schenectady 11 Hillsboro
Carlyle 1 Booneville 2 .Wanesboro 1 So. Sheaectady 9 Jackson
Charlestown 37 Broodhaven 6 est Point 6 Stony Creek 1 Lima
Chelsea 24 Brooksville 1 Winona .5 Suffern 3 Lisbon
Fall River 13 Calhoun City 2 Woodsville 1 Syracuse 192 Mansfield
Fitchburg 10 Canton 3 Yazoo City Troy 5 Marietta
Framinghan 3 Carrollton 1 Total 8 Utica 22 Marion
Gloucester 1 Carthage 1 Watertown 38 Milld ev ille
Greenfield 1 Charleston 1 MISS I White Plains 2 Mt. Vernon
Haverhill 7 Clarksdale 3 Jopln 1 Yphank. 2 Newark
Hyannis 3 Cleveland 1 Kansas City 73 Yonkers New Lexingtan
Lawrence 6 Collins 1 Moberly 1 .: Total 1296 Portsmouth
Lowell 6 Columbia 2 St. Joseph 7 Springfield
Marlboro 2 Columbus 6 St. Louis 370 BTP CARIL Steubenville
Milford 2 Corinth 9 Springfield 1 Asheville 68 Tiffin
New Bedford 11 Decatur 1 Total Burlington 10 Toledo
Newburyport 2 De Kalb 1 Charlotte 151 Warren
North Abington 1 Drew 2 w~BflRa A Durham 21 Xenia
Northampton 7 Ellisville 1 Lincoln 7 Fayetteville 32 Youngstown
Pittsfield 13 Eupora 1 Omaha Gastonia 5 Zanesville
uincy 10 Forest 1 Total 2p Goldsboro -13 Total 2
a 11 Fulton 1 Greensboro 76
Somerville 71 Gloster 1 EW S Hickory 5 OKIABDMA
Sringfield 189 Grenada 5 Berlin 1 High Point 1 Alva
Taunt 5 Greenville 16 Manchester 2 Kinston 2 Antlers
Waltham 1 Greenwood 10 Total 23 Marion 1 Claranore
Ware 1 Gulfdort 9 Marshville I Enid
Watertown 3 Hattiesburg 16 MW BfJERS Monroe 1 Guthrie
Worcester 2. Hazelhurst 2 Atlantic City 7 Morgantown 3 Hobart
Total 4051 Holly Springs 3 Camden 18 New Bern 8 Lawton
Houston 3 Elizabeth 27 lb. Wilkesboro 7 Mangum
MIIGAN Indianola 1 Newark 473 Raleigh 104 Mc Alester
Battle Creek 1 Iuka 1 No. Hawthorne 9 River Tam. 5 Maskogee
Bay City 2 Jackson 82 Paterson 9 Rocky Mt. 46 Okemah
Benton Harbor 1 Kosciusko 6 Perth Anboy 12 Salisbury 5 Oklahoma City
Big Rapids 1 Laurel 13 Teanton 14 Sanford 25 Purcell
Cheboygan 1 Leakesville 3 Waverl Sootland Neck 10 Shattuck
Detroit 998 L.xington 1 Tot Shelby 1 Tulsa
Escanaba 1 iLuisville 5 pindale 1 Total
Flint 22 Lucedale 3 NE YO~K Tllery 3
Grad. Rapids 113 Iman 1 Albany 304 Weldon 1i MC=
Grayling 1 Macomb 3 Binghamton 64 Wilmington 13 Portland
Hancock 2 Macon 2 Buffalo 288 Windsor 8 Total
Iron Mountain 2 Meadville 1 Brooklyn 3 Winstan Salena..-. Z
Ironrood 2 Mendenhall 1 East View 3 Total 654 PEMNSYT ANI
Ishpeming 9 Meridian 29 Elmira 61 Allentown
Jackson 3 Monticello 1 Garden City 4 N1R AK Altoona
Kalamazoo 8 Natchez 10 Geneva 4 Fargo Ambridge
Lansing 4 New Albany 3 HarlanRHer Sft. 4 Total 1 Beaver Falls
Manistee 1 Newton 1 Hempstead 7 Braddock
Muskegon Oxford 3 Jamestown 7 OHIQ Carbondale
Pontiac 3 pascaoula 1 Johnson City 2 Akron 38 Carlisle
Port Huron 2 Phil elphia 5 Kingston 2 Bellefonbaine 0Q Chabaersburg
Stambaugh 1 Pontotoc 5 Maspeth 20 Canton 9 Clairton
Traverse CitxI Poplarville 2 Middletown 1 Chillicothe 4 Cresson
Total 80 Purvis 1 Mt. Vernon 1 Cincinnati 1088 Donora


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DISmtIBUTIONOF FmIm. CIT 1937-38 SEASON
caAmuMs (cowTnrmmo)

PmimSYTVWANTcat onat) 1BTT nT3M! (cTgT.o^f i C0300(Cont'd) WES qwRPmaccait-
Du Bois 5 Providence 5 aye 5 lie 2 ea? 3 Moundsville 1
Erie 12 Total Barrioen I WIchitaFalls 1 Wheeling
Gernantown 3 HuAboldt 1 Total r4 Total
Harrisburg 22 nUTUr CRN.TA Jackson 26
Hazelton 3 Aiken 2 Johason City 18 MVM=CT WISCONSIN
Houtsdale 1 Anderson 3 Knoxville 60 Burlington 14 pleton Jt. 9
Johnstown 42 Bennetville 3 awrencerg 1 Manchester 1 Ea Claire 3
Kane 3 Charleston 60 Lebanon 2 Montpelier 2 Fond du Lac 5
Lancaster 2 Chester 18 Martin 3 WhiteRiwr Jc 2 Green Bay 3
Lehighton 1 Chesterfield 1 Mc Kenzie 5 Total 26 Hayward 5
Milton 14 Columbia 92 Mo Mimnville 1 Janesville 1
Newberry 1 Coray 2 Maephis 290 VR nA Kenosha 3
NewBeth dba 1 Fairfax 1 Morristown 54 Ab n 3 L Crosse 4
New Castle 8 lorence 20 Murfreestoro 1 Big Stne 1 Madison 20
NcO Cumberland 5 Greenville 20 Nashville 348 harlobtesville 1 Marinette 1
NewKensingn 1 Greenwood 14 Old Hickory 2 CliftonForge 1 Mencmonie 1
Phi3adelplhia 4040 laurens 2 Pulaski 5 Crewe 1 Milwaukee 147
Pittsburgh 1043 Mullins 8 Ripley 1 Danville 8 Oshkosh 1
PottsvilIe 8 Orangeburg 53 Sarta 2 Fredricksburg 1 Racine 2
Reading 2 Rock Hill 4 Tenton 1 Iynchburg 7 Rhinelander 5
Richland 1 Spartanburg 33 Tullhia 2 Neport News 5 Superior 1
Scranton 88 Suter 2 Union City 1 Norfolk 19 Wisconsin Bp
Sharon 4 Walterboro 5 Total 959 Pulaski 2 Total 2
Sunbury 4 Yaeassee 1 oanoke 15
Tamaqua 19 Total -4 ES Staunton ..1
Uniontown 19 Ausin 3 Total 65
Warren 1 TENNESSEE Beaumont 1
Wials Barre 77 Bristol 6 Bonham 2 WESTVIRGINIA
Willimspart 1 Chattanooga 111 Dallas 26 Bluefield 4
Total 5571 Clarksville 1 El Paso 1 Charleston 88
Columbia 3 Fort Worth 15 Fairmont 6
RDIE ISTAD Cookeville 5 Houston 20 Huntington 32
Olneyville 45 Crossville 3 Marshall 1 Mabscott 2
Pawtucket 5 Dyersburg 3 Palestine 1 Morgantown 1

# Diversion CAND TOTAL OGANES 1937-38 EASON 38931 cars
Points.
The above orange distribution includes "relief' cars.
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ALAifAMA. .AHAD(Cont'd.) CIfERADQ(Cant'd) GEMGIA(Cont'd)
Anniston 1 Lethbridge 1 Pueblo Wi n Jesup 2
#Birmingham 86 Montreal 48 Total To2 Macon
Mobile 5 North Bay 3 Total 126
Montgomery Ottawa 16 OMECTICJ IST.0F CO BIA
Total 94 Quebec 3 Bridgeport 30 Washington I ILTNIS
St. Catharines 14 East rtford 31 Total 170 Alton 1
ARKANSAS Toronto 45 Hartford 110 Carbondale 4
Little Rock Vancouver 2 New Haven 120 GEGIA Champaign 8
Total Winnipeg -"" Norwich 1 Atlanta 120 Chicago 481
Total 151 Waterbury 5 ,Augusta 1 Danville 5
CANADA Total 297 #Everott 2 Decatur 2
Calgary 6 CORAD #East Sb. Louis 9
Edmonton 1 Denver 7 Galesburg 1




S42 -
.-almsut'bhT FIRIDA CIRuS -1937-38 SEkSeT


ILOI.Smi(Cacatd) MASSCdmS'EpT-T NEVA fL one((gd) SO=vT DAEDTA:
Peoria 4 Abington 1 Reno Barnesville 2 Sioux Falls 3
Quincy 1 Boston 1080 Total Bellefataine 2 Total 3
Rock Island 4 Cambridge 2' Cincinnati 267
Springfield Carlyle l' W HAMPIE Cleve 1 SS
Total 521 Charlestown -14' Manchester Columbus 131 Bristol 2
Somerville 14 Total 1 Dayton 4 Chattanooga 22
NDIANA Springfield 71 East Liverpool 1 Johnson City 2
Evansville 7 ?Worcester NEW JESEY Lima 2 Knoxville 3
Ft. Wayne 5 -o 114 Burlington 1 Springfield 4 Memphis 32
Indiaapolis 28 Newark 165. Told 26 Morristown 27
La Fayette 4 MIHANaterson 1 Xenia 11 Nashville 83
Muncie 1 Battl9ereeyk, 1 #aver Youngstown 31 Paris 1
Richmond 3 Detroit 310 Total 235 Zanesville 2 Total 172
South Bend 1 Flint 12- Total 9
Terre Haute 1 Grand Rapids 44 9a5QB. .EAS
Total 50 Kalamazoo 6 Albagy 95 K M Dallas 5
Sturgis Binhaton 8 Okla City 5 Ft. Worth 1
IOWA Total Buffalo 130 Tulsa Houston .4
Burlington 8 Brooklyn 1 Total9 Total 10
Cedar Rapids 7 MINE Elmira 11
Davenport 8 Duluih 11 Geneva 6 ME I =Tofl
Des Moines 14 Mirmeapolis 62 Harlean ei Sta. 5 Portland _12 Salt lake City
Iowa Falls 3 Northfield 1 Jamestown 1 Total 12 Total 7
Mason City 1 St. Paul 15 New York 5399
Sioux City 5 Winona __ Niagara Tklls 1 PENSYLVANIA ERN
Waterloo 6 Total 91 Rochester 61 Altoona 40 Burlington --.
Total 52 Rensselaer 25 Carlisle 1 Total 3
MISSISSIPPI Schenectady 9 Harrisburg 3
LAHSAS Drew 1 Saiendon Bidge 2 Johnstown 17 VIRGINIA
Pittsburg 1 Meridian Syracuse 59 Kane 1 Newport News 1
Salina. 1 Total 2 Troy 5. Milton 2 Norfolk 3
Topeka. 3 Utica 12 Philadelphia 1378 Roanoke .5
Wichita 4 MISSOURI Watertown __ Pittsburgh 430 Total 9
Total 9 Kansas City 30 Total 5833 Scranton 30
St. Joseph 3 Tamaqua 2 WASHINGTON
gEN'MCY St. Louis 68 N CAROLA Wilkes Brre 9 Seattle 12
Ashland 1 Springfield 1 Ashevile 9 Williamsport 1 Spokane 5.
Lexington 10 Total 102 Charlotte 32 York Total .17
Louisville 78 Durham 8 Total 1915


Total 89 MITANA Fayetteville 3 WEST VIGtNiA
Billings 1 Gastonia 2 RHOCE LA Charleston 14
IDISIANA -. Auie 3 Greensboro 29 Olneyville 8 Fairont '2
New Orleans 118 Great Falls__2 Raleigh 11 Providence 92 Huntington 5
Total 118 Total 6 Rocky Mt. 10 Total 100 Wheeling
Sanford 6 Total 27
MAINE NEASEk ScotlandNeck 1 MUTfi CAROLINA
Portland ..0. Gran Island 1 Spencer 2 Charleston 1 WISCONSIN
Total 10 Hastings 1 Winston Salem__ Chester 1 Appleton Jcb. 4
Lincoln 7 Total 118 Columbia 10 Green Bay 2
MARYIAMD Omaha 16 lorence 8 Ia Crosse 1
Baltimore .Am Total 25 HIQ Greenville 2 Milwaukee 33
Total 410 Akro 5 Orangeburg 3 Stevens Point..
Spa1tanburg 2 Total .'.. 41
STotal 27 .
# Diversion ota .
.Points.
GRAND M0TAL-- GRAPEFRUIT 1937-38 SEASON 13,224 cars



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Birmingham 7 Des Moines Kansas City 15
Montgomery 1 Total St. Louis
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Toronto Omaha
Total 10Q e Total
uisvlle 9
QmNECTCTT Paducah EWERSEY
Bridgeport 8 Total 10 Newark
ast rtford 4 #Waver
Hartford 21 IOUISIAA Tot
New Haven 20 New Orleans
Total 5 Total 9 w YR
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Washngton .1 a8more 5 Buffalo
Total 11 Total 5 Elmira
New York
EaIA MASSACrSES Rochester
Atlanta _.JQ Boston 198 Syracuse
Total 10 Springfield 2 Utica
Total Watertown


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Akron 4 Sioux Falls __1
Bellefontaine 1 Total 1
Cincinnati 88
Cleveland 117 2ENESSE
Columbus 21 Chattanooga 8
Limt 1 Knoxville 1
Portsmouth 1 Memphis 12
Springfield 1 Nashville _
Toledo 16 Total 24
Xenia 2
Youngstown 4 EMAS
Zanesville _1 Dallas 1
Total 2 Houston ..
Total 2


U1 Portland __-- WHIGMT
1 Total 1 Seattle
33
33 Total 3
1305 Altoona 2 WEST VIRGINIA
21 Johnstown 2 Charleston 1
5 Philadlphia 357 Huntington _1.
1 Pittsburgh 187 Total 2
1 Scranton 2


LINOIS Total 1379 Wilkes Barre_..
Carbondale 1 Total 556
Chicago 243 e oN 170 N ABOTA
#iet Sb. ouiD s 6 Flint 4 Ashe ile 2 DEISA
Peoria 1 Grand rapids 8 Charlotte 6 Providence 21
Total 254 Ishpneing Fayetteville 1 Total 21
Total 184 Greensboro 4
INDIANA Raleigh 5 SOUMT CAROLINA
Evansville 7 MINESTA Rocky Mt. 1 Columbia 2
Ft. Wayne 6 Minneapolis 17 Sanford 1 Greenville
Indianapolis 22 St Paul Wilmington .61 Total
Richmor 1 Total 20 Total 21
South Bend .
Total 37


# Diversion
Points.


Appleton Jct. 1
Green Bay 1
Milwaukee _
Total 39


GRAD TOTAL TANGRInES 1937-38 SEASO 3,287 cars.


MIX=D CIETUS

ALat mBAMA(contid) M=NECTICIT GEIGI G m =(Cant'a
Alaxader City 1 skagee Bridgeport 8 ba- 4 West Point
Ainiston 10 Total 295. s rtford 3 Atlanta 69 Total 21
wiringhan 122 Hartford 49 Augusta 47
Brudi ge 1 AKANSAS New Britian 1 Blakely 1 ITLITNOI
Decatur 12 little Rock 6. New Haven 20 Camilla 2 Aurora 1
Demopois 1 Total 6 Norwich 1 Columbus 48 Chicago 296
Dothan 5 .Waterbury 7 Ft Benning 1 Danville 1
Gadsden 15 CANADA Total Ft. Benning Jet. 1 Decatur 1
Huntsville 4 Montreal 3 Griffin 4 East Sb. Ioais 5
Mobile 8 Ottawa 6 IW La Grange 2 Galesburg .4
Montgomery 88 Simcoe 2 Wimiton Macon 18 Peoria 2
Selma 21 Toronto 2 Tota Milledgerille 1 Quincy 1
Sheffield 1 Winnipeg 4 Rame 1 Rockford 2
Talladega 1 Yarmouti I ST. OF mDIIMBIA Swainsboro 2 Spr field 1
Troy 1 Total Wash ton Vidalia 3 Tote
Tuscaloosa 2 Total


DXr~R1~9tz~mbat os Bur~r~fji~:~i~kr~4h~;~)37;3&YSE h9~J
T~JG~eIT~E.S I




r 44 -
DIstISiThm N. OF iORI& dciS .193738 SEASON
MIXED CIMTS (CONTn TED

Ehart 2 Quincy. 1 Camde Washington Pittsbur 33
Evansville Slem. 2 Elizabeth Wilmington 37 Pittston
Ft. Wayne 0 Somerville 2 Matawan 1 Wilson 3 Reading 23
Indanaolis 20 Springfield 43 Newark 35 WinsanSat a.. 28 Scranon 38
la Fayette 1 Taunton 1 Pater son 2 Total 386 Shippensburg
Mitchell 2 Whately 1 erh Amboy 1 Sun10
Richmond 10 Worcester s1 aera .erly l3 OHI Tamaqua 6
Seymour 2 Total 56 Tot 58 Akron 17 Uniontown 5
South Bend 4 Barnesville 5 Washington 1
Terre Haute 4 MG EW YOR Bellefcntaine 3 Wilkes Barre 16
Vincennes ...1 Battle Creek 2 Albany 106 Canton 5 Williamsport 12
Total 86 Detroit 289 Binghamton 28 Cincinnati 276 York --5
Flint ; Buffalo 10l Cleveland 88 Total 3
Grand Rapids 37 Brooklyn 3 Columbus 62
Cedar Rapids 9 Ishpeming 3 Cortland 1 Dayton 10 RHODE ISLAID
Waterloo Kalamazoo 8 Elmira 18 East Liverpool 4 01neville &
Total Owosso 1 Geneva 3 Gallipolis 2 Providence
Saginaw Hall 1 Marietta 1 Total
A Total Jamestown 1 Marion 6
.Topeka .......1 Kingston 1 Portsmouth 7 SOUTE CABQLMA
Total 1 S Newurgh 1 Springfield 11 Aiken 1
Dulut 2 New York 674 Steubaiville -3 Charleston 66
ENTCKY Minneapolis .21 NiageaaFalls 1 Toledo 19 Chester 9
Ashland 9 St. Paul 1 New Rochelle 21 Xenia 4 Columbia 43
BowlingGreen 1 Winona Norwich 17 Youngstown 19 Fairfax 1
Cempbellsville 1 Total 25 Olean 8 Zanesville _. Florence 12
Corbin 1 Plattsburg 4 Total 5 Greenville 23
Elizabethtown 1 MISSISSPPI. Rochester 62 Greenwood 7
Frankfort 1 Brookhaven 2 Rensselaer 2 OKIMMA Lancaster 1
Glasgow 2 Cleveland 1 Saranac Leke 2 OklahbraCity 1 lanes 1
Harlan 1 Columbus 6 SuspensicnBridge 1 Tulsa Orangeburg 12
Hazard 1 Drew 2 Syracuse 70 Total 3 Rock Hill 1
Lexington 25 Durant 1 Troy 26 Spartanburg 26
Louisville 86 Greenville 9 Utica 6 REGN Si.mter 14
Mayfield 1 Greenwood 7 Watertown 7 Portlad Wellford
Maysville 1 Hattiesburg 2 Total 1170 Total Total 218
Murray 1 Hazolhurst 1
Paducah 12 Jackson 30 NaRT CAROLA PENNMSYIYAIA TENhESEE
Russell Kosciusko 1 Asheville 47 Allentown 4 Baxter 1
Total 145 Laurel 15 Burlington 27 Altooa 8 Bristol 34
Meridian 21 Charlotte 53 Ambridge 1 Bullsgap 1
IDUISIANA Natches 1 Concord 1 Bedford 3 Chattanooga 84
Baton Rouge 2 Tupelo- 8 Durham 10- Braddock 1 Cleveland 1
New Orleans 45 Vicksburg $ Fayetteville 16 Bradford 3 Columbia 2
Total 47 West Point 2 Forest City 1 Bath 1 Dyer 1
Yazoo City ... Gastonia 2 Carlisle 1 Dyersburg 1
Total 1 Goldsboro 1 Chapman 1 Harriman 1
Portland ..1 Greensboro 31 Clarion 1 Humboldt 1
Total 1 MISSOUI Greenville 2 Coudersport 1 Jackson 17
Kansas City 8 Hickory. 1 Cresson 1 Johnson City 12
MARYI St. Joseph 1 Kanapolis 1 Donora 1 Knoxville 114
Baltimore 267 St. Louis 1 Madison 1 Du Bois 1 Lebanon 1
Cumberland 1 Total 100 Marion 3 Erie 9 Martin 1
Hagerstown 2 M Monroe 1 Germantown 6 Maryville 1
Total 270 ERASL Mooresville 1 Greensburg 5 Me Kenzie 2
Boatrice 1 Morgantown 1 Harrisburg 34 Mo Minnville 1
MSSAUSETTS Lincoln 1 Mt. Airy 1 Hazelton 3 Memphis 86
Boston 727 Omaha .. Mt. Olive 2 Johnstown 5 Milan 1
Cambridge 4 Total 16 New Bern 3 Kane 3 Morristown 28
Charlestown 18 Raleigh 63 lancaster 15 Nashville 269
East Camridge 36 NEW HAMPSIRE Rocky Mt. 25 Lehighton 3 Newport 1
Fitchburg 1 Manchester _4 Salisbury 6 Mc Keesport 1 Tullahoma 1
Fringha 1 Total 4 Sanford 7 Meadville 2 Total 662
Gloucester 1 Scotand Neck 7 Milton 15
Haverhill 1 EW JESEY Shelby 1 NewKensing&on 1 i
Lowell 1 Atlantic 1 Tarbaro 2 Philadelphia 552 Dallas 2




45 -i
plsimy bT OF I CiusI.sTR.S .1937.-48 -SEAQN -
IZED CIrTIus (cOiTnuImED)


.EXA.S(Cont' d)
Fort Worth
Houston
Tyler
Total


1
4
-8


slt Lake Cii..
Total 1


# Diversion
Points.


VEBMONT .
Burlington
Total 4

lottesville 3
Culp epr 1
Danville 19
Harrisonburg 2
lynchburg 9
Newport News 9


I NIg(ot'd). 4.
Portsmouth 1
Roanoke 8 '
South Boston
Total 57
WEST VBI&INIA .
Bluefield 22
Charleston 51
Clarklsburg 24


Holdnen 1
Huntington 24
Martinsburg 3
Morgantown 2
Moundsville 1
Mullens 1
Parkersburg 1
Piedmont 2


wrtm-mm nSm -tA)
Whoeling ?
white 8114h=r SpSl
Williamnson
Total 78

Appleoon Job. 1
Green Bay 2
La Crosse 1
Madison 3
Milwaukee 10
Total 17


GRAND TOTAL MIXED CITRUS 1937-38 SEASONN 7,472 cars.


BOAT DESTINATIONS, FLRIDA CITRUS, 1937-38 SEASON.
(Car-lots on basis 400 boxes per car)
Sept. 1, 1937 to June 6, 1938, Inclusive
Cities AGES GRAPEFRUIT TANGERINES IZED CITRUS

Albany 15 -
Arlington, Mass. 1-
Baltimore 108 18
Boston 1,438 56S 94
Bridgeport 16 9 -
Burlington, Vt. 11 1
Charlestown, Mass. 12 3 1
East Hartford 11 3 -
Hartford 66 14 8
Harlem River 4 5 -
Houston, Tex. 14 1 -
Mobile 5 -
Montreal 39 24 5
New Haven 224 63 8 1
New Orleans 354 83 3-
New York City 9,572 3,849 1,005 7
Olneyville '8 -
Ottawa .. .-.. 5 '9 -
Sphiladelphia 1,715 559 169 -
Portland, Me. 5 -
-Poughkeepsie .....1 -
Providence 62 13 1 -
Rensselaer, N. Y. 40 24 -
Somerville, Mass. 21 -
Springfield, Mass. 41 11 -
Troy, N.Y. 1 5 -
White River Jet. 5 -
Wilkes Barre 3 -
Waterville, Me. 1 -

13,798 cars 5,260 cars 1,301 cars 9 cars


l ll I II I




-46 -
BEGAI ,IOTIQMN OF 4Sm=OI ( IL N BnA^. TfBA Els
BY STATES PA1 7fESN


States 1937-.38 1936-37 1935-36 1934-35 1933-34 1932-33 1931-32

Alabara 579 441 35 208 327 331 243
Arkansas 64 21 17 11 41 26 30
Colorado 1 4 2 2 5 7 6
Connecticut 985 794 748 711 133 406 374
Delaware 3 10 35 19 3 31
Dist. of Colunbia 171 182 111 258 291 394 450
Florida 51 -.1 -1 2A 1 3
Georgia 528* 476* 3870 99* 19 357* 178
Illinois 2,394 1,613 1,326 1,154 1,369 976 1,005
Indiana 470.. .371 277 290 382 369 373
Iowa 68 96 57 63 47 11 38
Kansas 12 11 6 7 18 3 13
Kentuc1y 558 425 315 370 376 383 330
Louisiana 653 385 493 410 546 462 326
Maine 49 20 52 20 44 48 48
Maryland 1,019 1,037 868 756 819 839 713
Massachusetts 4051 3,280 2,806 1,545 2,273 1,961 1,502
Michigan 1,180 854 560 560 661 541 480
Minnesota 48 101 31 40 44 21 10
Mississippi 380 167 109 96 127 79 54
Missouri 453 362 308 351 378 231 258
Montana 1 1
Nebraska 20.. .. 25 24 37 54 4 13
New Hampshire 23 3 7 9 12 11 8
New Jersey 816 333 293 240 335 264 234
New York 12,968 11,064 ..9,535 10,007 11,191 7,656 5,865
North Carolina 654 614 414 284 365 325 221
North Dakota 1 1 1 -
Ohio 2,840 2,025 1,650 1,522 1,704 1,538 1,450
Oklaboma 34 8 3 26 32 16 18
Oregon 1 2 1 2 2
Pennsylvania 5,571 4,672 3,807 3,917 4,450 3,953 2,680
Rhode Island 409 202 205 164 125 232 180
South Carolina 344 167 93 34 67# 61# 51
South Dakota 2 2 2 4 8
Tennessee 959 797 584 505 739 619 527
Texas 74 29 20 83 92 49 22
Utah 1 -
Vermont 26 14 7 10 16 17 10
Virginia 658 88@ 140a 1098 212 179 179
Washiton 1 2 2
West Vrginia 143 3 82 71 127 91 105
Wisconsin 212 148 107 72 129 50 101
Canada 98 88 71 61 37 20 72

TOTAL 38,931 30,987 25,881 24,141 27,792 22,-542 18,212

SJacksonville not included. # Florence not included.
Does not include Savannah. @Petersburg & Richnond not included.




S47 -

SBY S IES .- PAST 7 SEASONS


States 1937-38 1936-37 1935-36 1934-35 1933-34 1932-33 1931-32

Alabama .94 308 73 87 79 102 119
Arkansas 3 13 8 6 13 19 3
Colorado 8 30 15 58 74 54 66
Connecticut 297 327 302 207 88 175 244
Delaware 2 14 4 3 28
Dist. of Columbia 170 252 132 158 165 191 305
Florida -t l 2 -4 1 -4 131
Georgia 126 28e 80 58* 82* 189* 104*
Idaho 2 1 1 4 15
Illinois 521 709 732 995 1,227 724 1,001
Indiana 50 156 89 235 262 325 358
Iowa 52 89 49 116 118 93 56
Kansas 9 24 18 36 63 40 23
Kentucky 89 331 135 175 143 203 235
Louisiana 118 148 125 156 159 133 150
Maine 10 30 10 9 24 30 54
Maryland 410 601 397 408 335 448 475
Massachusetts 1,184 1,964 1,049 981 772 917 962
Michigan 375 694 483 707 667 591 885
Minnesota 91 139 108 217 198 133 111
Mississippi 2 50 2 37 4 6
Missouri 102 223 243 299 440 260 282
Montana 6 19 5 11 8 11 27
Nebraska 25 44 19 63 73 48 33
Nevada 1 1
New Hampshire 1 20 2 5 1 2
New Jersey 235 350 42 86 116 55 96
New Mexico 1 1
New York 5,833 7,677 4,930 6,339 5,410 4,712 5,107
North Carolina 118 303 88 66 48 80 92
North Dakota 9 4 10 6 7 9
Ohio 789 1,360 957 1,348 1,062 1,008 1,470
Oklahoma 9 34 21 3? 37 37 48
Oregon 12 51 15 31 54 29 66
Pennsylvania 1,915 2,804 1,791 2,039 1,781 1,716 1,864
Rhode Island 100 83 50 58 46 91 104
South Carolina 27 66 16 6 5# 1# E#
South Dakota 3 7 6 10 9 12 5
Tennessee 172 387 195 360 266 298 397
Texas 10 34 18 67 49 26 46
Utah 7 16 10 14 20 14 47
Vermont 3 5 4 5 7 20
Virginia" 9 64 61 59. 51@ 57@ 84@
Washnton 17 56 30 41 68 54 81
West Virginia 27 71 17 17 28 39 45
Wisconsin 41 64 81 112 160 92 56
Wyoming 3 4 4 4 5
Canada 151 175 49 220 177 280 280

T0TAL 13,224 19,994 12,463 15,917 14,402 13,330 15,632

t Jacksonville not included. Florence not included.
SDoes not include Savannah. Petersburg & Richmond not included.




48 -
BECLAPIUIATION QF DIS mm Rt
BY SIM ES PAST ? SEASONS


States 1937-38 1936-37 1935-36 1934-35 1933-34 1932-33 1931-32

Alabama 8 .8 10 2 4 9 10
Arkansas 2 1 1 "-
Coblrado 3 5 3 3 3 2
Cornecticut 53 95 54 31 17 44 37
Delaware 7- -
Dist. of Colxumbia 11 6 11 11 12 21 33
Florida 1 6 l i
Georgia 14 i 2* 1 8*
Idaho 1
Illinois 254 345 225 133 187 174 170
Indiana 37 77 40 20 35 74 73
Iowa 3 '7 7 7 4 8 32
Kansas 1 1 1 1 3 4
Kentucky 10 38 10 13 28 37 15
Louisiana 9 4 10 21 21 35
Maine 1 1
Maryland 85 173 100 95 124 136 132
Massachusetts 203 266 198 148 152 202 156
Michigan 184 258 144 97 100 117 115
Minnesota 20 31 28 25 22 33 31
Mississippi 2 1 1
Missour 66 132 75 61 86 46 62
Nebraska 9 18 4 3 4 6 3
New Jersey 5 1 1 2 3 2 5
New York 1,379 1,609 1,218 1,277 1,350 1,239 909
North Carolina 21 28 10 12 9 10 13
Ohio 257 399 268 201 196 217 209
Oklahoma 1 -- 1 5
Oregon 1 4. 1 5
Pennsylvania 556 855 494 527 581 523 542
Rhode Island 21 26 13 130 12 16 22
Sbuth Carolina 3 1 1 2 3#
South Dakota 1 1 1 -
Tennessee 24 40 14 17 15 28 21
Texas 2 1 3
Virginia 2 2 31 as 7 8a
Washington 3 2 1 1 1 7
West VIrginia 2 4 3 2 1
Wisconsin 39 58 32 11 12 22 34
Canada 10 15 4 11 5 4


TOTAL 3,287 4,526 2,988 2,734 2,999 3,017 2,705

SJacksonville not included. .Florence not included.
SDoes not Include Savannah. Petersburg & Richmond not included.





493,
lEC^AITUIATIOlN -DIS' RIBTION 'IaL & B mATm. I I DA MIXED CIiCUS
av enwpaSaer rwno . 1 at..actL


States 1937-38 193637 1 1935-36 1934-35j 1933-34 1932-33 1931-32
...1..


Alabama
Arkansas
Colorado'
Connecticut
Delawalt e
Dist. of Columbia
Florida
Georgia
Idaho
Illinois
Indiana
Iowa
Kansas
Kentucwy
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
Washi ton
West Virginia
Wisconsin
Wyoming.
Canada


295
.. 6
89 .
- 1
.. 16

217*
318
66
10
1
145
47
1
270
856
352
25
118
100
16
4
52
1,170
386
546
3
3
1,138
58
210
662
8
1
4
57@
178
17

18


281
7
1
.. 47
2
17

6
229*
398
74,
20
6
164
21
5
243'
593
339
31
141

3
7
9
821
408
701
16
3
1,008
30
206
2
599
22
1
8.
933
2
196
14


195
5
24
3

127'
384
60
46
3
123
26
5
201
443
229
37
122
100
2
28
3
508
317
567
13
4
673
34
72
442
16
1
5
953
69
16


12 15


92
7
1
9
5
14
34
354
116
71
14
109
8
7
92
59
237
43
105
90
2
26
5
5
299
288
416
13
2
487
20
37
1
445
10
1
1
1178
4
70
23


215

.26
10
17
21
112"
583
162
112
36
188
19
14
65
144
357
69
153
180
1
43
2
26
278
443
2
664
37
5
546
12
59#
1
654
21
2
3
2553
.8
133
65


28
1
104
18
36
it
104*
370
133
85
27
152
52
13
220
452
246
71
135
155
1
28
13
28
1,253
369
588
13
1
863
78
70#
417
30
10
1849
5
104
30


29 36 29


IDTAL 7,472 6,876 5,014 3,769 ; 5,822 6,720 7,490
' -.-.,


t Jacksonville not included.
* Does not include Savannah.


# Florence not included.
Petersburg & Richmond not included.


36
4
188
2
57
8
95*
1
416
143
68
17
161
47
17
206.,
442
30J
.65
75
163
4
29
6
33
2,912
290
1
519
31
5
1,016
67
42h*
5.
367
10
3
15
1990
9
124
40


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-50-
N..I SASI TE 1 t~ ISTRIRBUTON FIFRIA CITRUS

(Made available through the courtesy of Hon. Nathan Mayo, Cammissioner
of Agriculture, State Department of Agriculture, Winter Haven, Fla.)
Sept.* 1. 1937 to Jtme 6. 1938, Inclusive*

*Mda- Truck destinations are incomplete prior to Oct. 16, 1937. Com-
plete information from Sept, 1st to Oct. 15th inclusive not available.


Destinations Oran-
.. ..-I ges I


Anniston
Birmingham
Decatur
Gadsden
Mobile
Montgomery
Selma
Tuscaloosa
Others
Total

Ft. Smith
Little Rock
Others
Total
CQAADA
Hamilton
Toronto
Others
Total

C0IGRADO
Denver
Others
Total
COMNNECTICTT
Bridgeport
Others
Total


Boxes
1487
85631
3471
4071
42536
17434
60$7
5923
225386

117
6256
687
7060

334
1875
3260

295
803


grav -
Boxes
157
20781
699
1170
10965
4375
994
756
8772
48669

69
771
886.

1380
2183
316759
6753


28 27
225 60
225 60


I


Destinatioas Oran-
Boxes


Tanger-
Boxes
95.
9852
207
125
2612
1410
323
219
18260

10
368
403

230
84
45771
771


560
60


i~mington 2988 530 438
Others 3865 31 1
Total 6853 848 55


DIST. OFr CLMBIA
Washington 313963


Albany
Atlanta
Augusta
Columbus
Macon
Savannah
Thomasville
Others
Total

Bloomington
Carbondale
Chicago
Decatur


12987
371336
20336
8013
31401
44470
12892
715356

852
1531
2740
316


118446

2685
133927
4663
2242
6260
14162
2162
.41831
2079&2

224
209
1072
69


20623

741
25892
2005
812
1718
3898
514
50809.

194
51
186
105


ITaNIS(Cont' a
East St. Louis
Others
Total

INDIANA
Anderson
Evansville
Ft. Wayne
Indiansaolis
Richmond
BRoaney
South Bend
Others
Total

Ottunwa
Others
Total


90
9287

767
3611
1276
3390
146
260
446
17341

30
2
32


Mre-
Boxes
50

2122

167
427
*361
172
100
179
2035
3784

8
10
10


Tmgr-

Boxes
-

724

41
1318
358
745
23


-
36
148S
4006


4


Wichita 221 39 235
Others ..4 7
Total 275 49 414


KENTUCKY
Bowling Green
Henderson
Lexington
Louisville
Paducah
Others
Total

IOUISIANA
Baton Rouge
New Orleans
Shreveport
Others
Total


777
74
4363
2244
1512
6375
15345

5
1186
3371
2767
7329


Baltimore 108930
Hgerstoown 13736
. Sisbury 1579
Others a .
Total 922


MASSACHUSETTS
Boston
Others
Total

Bangor
Benton Harbor
Detroit


45



1404
773
943


38
15
258
506
707









35430
7299
521
3039













216



359
175
140
140


27
5
278
447
776
399
1932

18
30
36
..121
207

14598
3098
312







118
132
212


I I I I II


Ji l . .I I -- I I I w -


I




- 51 -


INTmsTAi- T DIE m.TI FIMlIDA CIAiUS
Conne) 1938, Incsive
.e,.. 1. 1937 to June 6, 1938, Inclusive


Destinations Oran- aGrae- ger-
ges fruit lines
V-.' Wwa w Rr n a


MICBIGAN(Cont'd)
Flint
Grand. Rapids
Kalamazoo
lasing
Others
Total

Others
MISSISSiPPI
Aberdeen
Columbus
Hattiesburg
Jackson
laurel
Meridian
Tuelo
Others
Total
MISSQURfi
Joplin
Kansas City
St. Louis
Springfield
Others
Total
NEW JERSEY
Atlantic City
Newark
Trenton
Others
Total
NEW 6MEXICO
Others
lEWf YnH:
Albay
Binghamton
Buffalo
New York City
Rochester
Syracuse
Others
Total
NORITE CAROLINA
Asheville
Burlington
Charlotte
Durham
Fayetteville
Gastonia
Golhsboro
Greensboro
Henderson
Hendersonville
Hickory
Kinston


3531
3309
538
14103


1505
3187
2755
5081
754
6744
2148
26088


238
537
1379
60
1406
4294


307
691
204
1549
60
1215
407


1887 412
363 3
2278 308
1420 166
964 123
6912 1012


85
120
182
7565


881
553
59
233


94
40
5
459
33
713
106
322
1772

1222
399
356
105
2175


188

284 3
27S7 559
3229 562

80


2193 975
1273 316
1016 427
4755 2403
1488 265
3177 1568
19438 7619


19851
2722
38025
12883
2076
5100
14617
15217
1098
8809
5102
8646


7850
908
16268
3506
637
1466
2509
6991
80
2782
2210(
1297


105
500.
179
270
500
216389
2189


1773
600
2747
813
242
869
1183
2304
262
821
948
919


Destinations I Oran-
I ges
Boxes
mHEm CATBOIA(Cont' d
Lincolnton 2687
Iumberton 2488
Raleigh 50356
Rocky Mt. 3238
Salisbury 17250
Weldon 1128
Wilmington 5743
Wilson 7246
Wilkesboro 913
Winston Salen 40356
Others 93
Total 3W72


Akron
Cincinnati
Cleveland
Columus
Dayton
Springfield
Toledo
Younstown
Others
Total
OKIAHOMA
Oklahoma City
Tulsa
Total

PES.SYLIANIA
Allentown
Altoona
Erie
Harrisburg
Philadelphia
Pittsburgh
Reading
Richland
Scranton
Sunbury
Wilkes Barre
Williamsport
Others
Total
RHnDE ISIA I
Providence
SOUTM COLI.NA
Charleston
Columbia
Florence
Greenville
Orangeburg
Pageland
Rock Hill
Spartanburg
Sumter
Others
Total


I


Grape-
Boxes
907
353
8191
790
4695
104
1597
1646
25
12041
100616


I


Tanger-
ines
Boxes
517
186
4581
425
1704
135
563
920
28
4501


1076 32
7909 1304 293
886 269 323
2761 2047 1121
8040 568 259
103 17 -
1291 422 -
494 449 20
13842 841
36402 9997 2857


30
--N


505
2377
176
6621
33032
791
8835
767
165
92
766
790
16


396

32237
73280
9081
28862
9609
9314
2079
13031
5512


656
716

287
757
59
3106
6212
270
1912
170
124
5
202
505
18237

17

9317
16710
1200
9243
1747
2117
619
3241
751


942
942

63
465
75
868
4927
39
1269
6
m
729
153
1248
9842

179

3091
5234
716
2017
1013
1185
183
1626
621
19767


vavo uuwu uv~ru




52 -
SINRSTATE RTUCK DISIBUT FIR. DA CITRUS
Set. 1 1937 tConinu) 6 1938 Inclusive
Sept. 1. 1937 to June 6, 1938, Inclusive


Destinations Oran- Grape-j Tanger-
ges fruit lines


-~Boxes


TEN1ESM gg
Bristol
Chattanooga
Jackson
Johnson City
Knoxville
Memphis
Morristown
Nashville
Others
Total

Beaumont
Dallas
Ft. Worth
Houston
San Antonio
Waco
Others
Total
VIRGINMIA
Bristol
Charlottesville
Danville
Barrisonburg


6205
21401
198
8404
18559
5154
88
36472
16359
112840

1234
2818
659
3665
596
669
104
9745

3876
5020
3586
8525


Boxes
2400
6527
9
4260
8524
630
11589



361
205
774
18



991
1832
1108
4217


----


Destinations Oran- Grape-
ges fruit


Boxes
711
1517
6
1385
2825
804
9874



35
537
862
521
508

2463

385
106,
482
1544


VfGINIA(Cont'd.)
Lvnchburg
Newport News
Norfolk
Petersburg
Richmond.
Roanoke
Staunton
Suffolk
Others
Total


Charleston
Huntington
Parkersburg
Wheeling
Others
Total

Milwaukee
Others
Total


Boxes
21601
5451
106304
6424
103900
69512
5524
823



2293
9170
9386
886
100
27426

379
841


Boxes
11558
2069
40192
2038
41596
40466
-2516
13



1194
4097
2640
436
100
10236

33
277
277


eTanger-
:nres
Bdxes
1815
335
6533
790
11804
9350
381
27



107
1048
626
21

11
2181

11
or,







BY STATES. L937-38 & L936-37 SEASONS

1937-38 season from Sept. 1 to Jute 6 1936-37 season from Sept. 1 to June 5
(Calots. on basis 400 boxes per car)

S" ORANGES GRAP~ERUIT TANGERINES
States
1937-38 1936-37 1937-38 1936-37 1937-38 1936-37

.Alabama 563 457 122 126 46 77
Arkansas 18 6 2 6 1 1
Colorado 2 -
Connecticut 1 -
Delaware 17 6 2 1 1 1
Dist. of Columbia 785 540 296 242 52 73
Georgia 1,788 1,428 520 669 127 250
Illinois 23 20 5 7 2 4
Indiana 43 35 9 19 10 13
Iowa 1- -
Kansas 1 1 2 1 -
Kentucywr 38 37 8 17 5 8
Louisiana 18 8 4 6 1 1
Maine -
Maryland 322 208 110 89 46 41
Massachusetts 1 1 1 -
Michigan 35 26 11 25 6 10
Minnesota 1 -
Mississippi 65 49 12 14 4 8
Missouri 17 10 3 8 5 6
*Nebraska -
New Hampshire -
New Jersey 19 17 8 8 1 2
New Mexico -
New York 49 45 19 39 5 6
North Carolina 912 732 252 265 95 140
North Dakota -
Ohio 91 63 25 34 7 10
Oklahbc 1 2 1 2 1
Pennsylvania 179 133 46 43 25 12
Rhode Island 1 1 -
South Carolina 592 449 133 152 49 79
Tennessee 282 255 93 117 45 65
Texas 24 11 3 11 6 6
Vermont -
Vir inia 916 680 389 377 90 123
West Virginia 69 55 26 34 5 10
Wisconsin 2 2 1 -
Canada 8 2 17 9 2 1


TOTAL 6,881 5,278 2,119 2,323 639 947






VEIGHTkVED RA. G AUCTION PRICES -GRAWEtS .- 1937.38 SEASON.


NEW YORK CITY

F L 0I 1-D.A -S-T 0 C K CALIF. SOCK
Standar&d- 2-Bushel Stand. & 2-Bu. n Standard
Week Boxes Boxes Cambined Boxes Boxes
nding Cars Avg. Cars Avg. Ca Avg. Cars Avg. Cas Avg.


193
Sept. 4
Oct. 1
8
15
22
29
Nov. 5
12
19
26
Dec. 3
10
17
24
31
Jan. 7
14
21
28
Feb. 4
11
18
25
Mar. 4
11
18
25
Apr. 1
8
15
22
29
May 6
13
20
27
June 3
10
17
24
July 1
8
15
22
29


6 $3.99
31 4.17
68 4.22
181 3.26
171 3.34
248 2.78
218 2.39
226 2.68
205 2.49
159 2.51
227 2.48
251 2.11
117 2.15
109 2.18
145 2.18
195 2.07
132 1.97
132 2.01
120 2.06
155 2.06
159 1.83
148 1.82
105 1.80
87 2.10
114 1.80
55 1.87
49 1.86
58 2.06
57 1.92
38 1.92
38 1.77
52 2.18
32 2.34
26 2.32
48 1.98
36 2.13
33 2.51
30 2.31
35 2.08
30 2.18
25 2.48
12 2.67
25 2.20
19 2.38


-


3 $3.35
3 3.60
8 3.18
15 2.78
24 2.94
19 2.89
19 2.73
24 2.74
20 2.41
29 2.18
14 2.27
14 2.43
33 2.20
32 2.07
42 2.15
51 2.21
S 2.17
84 2.08
85 2.07
123 1.92
125 2.25
161 2.07
136 2.12
160 2.15
189 2.30
185 2.29
149 2.04
132 2.04
127 2.68
257 2.53
183 2.72
218 2.39
156 2.47
183 2.70
188 2.53
172 2.37
116 2.69
86 2.70
70 2.54
34 2.35
1 3.13


'MOTAL 4407 2.34 3750 2.36 8157 2.17 2071 2.59 4966 3.31
Total Sales, Florida stock, all containers,
all sections ---------------------- 10,228 cars Avg. $2.26
Made available through the courtesy of the Florida Citrus Exchange, Tampa, Fla.

1~.8 : Where standard & 2-bushel boxes have been combined, the 2-bushel averages
have been reduced to standard box basis by reducing the 2-bushel averages 16.6o.


6 $3.99
31 4.17
68 4.22.
184 3.25
174 3.33
256 3.78
233 2.39
250 2.66
224 2.48
178 2.49
251 2.46
271 2.10
146 2.08
123 2.15
159 2.17
228 2.04
164 1.92
174 1.96
171 1.99
235 1.97
243 1.80
233 1.79
228 1.69
212 1.97
275 1.76
191 1.80
209 1.81
247 1.95
242 1.91
187 1.75
170 1.72
179 2.22
289 .2.14
209 2.27
266 1.99
192 2.07
216 2.29
218 2.14
207 1.99
146 2.23
111 2.30
82 2.20
59 2.06
20 2.39


1 $3.19
1 4.94
7 3.66
9 3.55
9 3.23
20 3.05
22 3.50
40 3.20
35 3.20
41 3.24
80 2.71
68 2.72
45 2.79
75 2.84
80 2.80
87 2.62
90 2.56
77 2.59
78 2.66
86 2.46
73 2.43
57 2.50
75 2.62
108 2.19
64 2.27
6P 2.35
86 2.46
91 2.35
98 2.11
89 2.00
45 2.62
60 2.97
76 2.66
66 2.53
25 2.63
27 2.99
7 2.67
4 2.82


164 $5.34
191 5.35
176 5.30
180 5.27
125 4.95
109 4.72
80 4.32
62 4.24
19 5.53
20 4.81
93 3.04
84 2.66
81 2.64
95 2.44
53 2.47
68 2.35
58 2.43
57 2.46
62 2.55
69 2.52
53 2.90
71 2.93
62 3.11
97 2.65
78 2.79
92 2.51
96 2.50
102 2.33
116 2.50
111 2.68
100 2.75
111 2.67
122 2.80
126 3.11
155 3.01
161 2.68
139 2.70
152 2.72
141 2.67
143 2.76
157 2.98
153 2.97
199 2.83
166 3.30
217 3.35





55--
WEIGHIED ERAGE AUCiOA i PRICES ORA ESM S- 193-38 SASON.


PHIL ADE LPH IA

FLOE I0 DA STOCK CALF. snC.
India River
Standard 2-Bushel Stand. & 2-Bu. Standard Standard
Week Boxes B s Cambb Boxes Boxes
nin g Cars I Av. Cars Avg. Car Av. Cars Ag. Cas t.


191Z
Sept;.24
Oct. 1
8
15
22
29
Nov. 5
12
19
26
Dec. 3
10
17
24
31

Jan. 7
14
21
28
Feb. 4
11
18
25
Mar. 4
11
18
25
Apr. 1
8
15
22
29
May 6
13
20
27
June 3
10
17
24
July 1
8
15
22
29


2
15
37
80
75
88
85
84
102
94
90
109
60
41

102
58
,65
45
89
72
88
84
54
42
60
55
32
31
28
18
22
23
18
19
14
7
8
-
3
4
4
2
8
1


$3.12
4.06
4.11
3.20
3.07
2.65
2.57
2.70
2.70
2.39
2.32
2.03
2.17
2.35

2.05
2.03
1.88
2.12
1.94
2.17
1.89
1.76
1.78
2.24
1.95
1.90
1.95
2.06
2.06
1.96
1.92
2.00
2.47
2.21
2.22
2.39
2.23
1.93
2.45
2.50
2.30
1.90
1.76


$2.95
3.25
3.00
3.35
3.15
2.51
2.60
2.16
2.19
2.36
2.01
2.25
1.96
2.09
2.01
2.21
2.06
1.91
1.78
2.21
2.08
2.01
2.04
2.22
2.18
2.02
1.99
2.27
2.56
2.47
2.30
2.75
2.55
2.58
2.38
2.54
2.53
2.58


2
15
37
82
76
88
86
85
104
99
9a
113
67
48
107
64
74
58
98
80
114
116
73
76
107
97
88
76
78
77
70
66'
97
87
93
52
54
35
27
17
9
4
8
1


$3.12
4.06
4.11
3.18
3.07
2.65
2.57
2.70
2.70
2.37
2.32
2.02
2.13
2.29
2.03
2.02
1.85
2.03
1.92
2.14
1.85
1.71
1.70
2.06'
1,86
1.80
1.79
1.94
1.90
1.75-
1.74
1.93
2.20
2.09
1.96
2.31
2.14
2.15
1.98
2.20
2.28
2.23
1.90
1.76


-
-


$3.20
3.25
2.89
3.30
3.33
2.96
3.08
2.73
2.77
2.91
2.94
2.53
2.40
2.49
2.59
2.63
2.26
2.15
2.10
2.49
2.56
2.32
2.17
2.32
2.29
2.14
2.20
2.36
2.62
2.51
2.89
2.80
2.70
3.42
2.28


$5.22
'5.05
5.05
5.09
4.71
4.84
'3.77
3.72
3.40
3.60
2.97
2.71
2.58
2.37
2.35
2.23
2.27
2.47
2.39
2.45
2.62
2.87
2.88
2.62
2.77
2.53
2.31
*2.37
2.41
2.53
2.83
2.62
2.75
3.00
2.92
2.55
2.55
2.62
2.47
2.65
2.76
2.91
3.11
3.20
3.16


STOTAL .2018 2.30 979 ,2.26 2. 2997 2.17 379 2.47 1406 3.16
Total Sales, Florida stock, all containers,
all sections ---------------------------------- --- 3,376 cars Avg. $2.20
SMade available through th courtesy of the Florida Citrus Exchange, Tampa, Fla.

Niti: Where standard & 2-bushel boxes have been combined, the 2-bushel average
have been reduced to standard box basis by reducing the 2-bushel averages 16.go.






WEIGHTED AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES ORANGES 1937-38 SEASON.


B 0. S T 0 N

F LO R I D A SA T Q C K. CALIF. SEDCK
Indian RiveT C
Standard 2-Bushel Stand. & 2-Bu. Stdd Standard
Week --- as Cobia
Eding Cars vg Cars A. Cars Cars Avg. Cars A


I.Z
Se. 24
- Oct. 1
8
15
22
29
Nov. 5
12
19
26
Dec. 3
10
17
24
31
Jan. 7
14
21
28
Feb. 4
11
18
25
Mar. 4
11
18
25
Apr. 1
8
15
22
29
May 6
13
20
27
June 3
10
17
24
July 1
8
15
22
29


5
5
35
40
40
53
41
44
44
43
60
26
9
47
31
32
25
14
25
44
32
9
17
18
14
7
10
8
7
8
6
3
3
4
3
1
2
7
3
-


$4.31
4.13
3.43
3.02
2.79
2.47
2.80
2.69
2.35
2.31
2.07
2.13
2.50
2.20
2.04
1.84
2.05
2.15
2.21
1.90
1.61
1.89
1.94
1.8
1.83
1.86
2.28
2.21
1.84
1.65
1.63
2.52
2.42
1.96
2.37
2.93
3.39
2.58
2.53
-
-


5
5
35
41
42
53
46
45
40
43
63
28
9


$3.56
2.73
3.03
3.39
2.32
1 ,?
1.77
2.11

2.27
1.85
1.67
2.04
2.17
2.37
2.17
1.85
2.03
2.17
2.17
2.10
2.95
2.52
2.41
1.89
1.98
1.90
2.65
2.70
2.21
2.14
2.72
2.41
2.63
2.29
2.33


$4.31
4.13
3.43
3.02
2.77
2.47
2.77
2.69
2.31
2.31
2.04
2.10
2.50
2.19
2.00
1.81
2.01
2.07
2.12
1.87
1.58
1.74
1.88
1.83
1.79
1.75
2.17
2.05
1.64
1.65
1.61
2.25
2.27
1.85
1.84
2.31
2.13
2.32
2.05
1.94


$4.07

3.04
3.25
2.53
2.95
2.60
2.35
2.51
2.83
2.79
2.45
2.21
2.33
2.46
2.60
2.28
1.95
2.05
2.31
2.14
2.20
2.29
2.56
2.49
2.09
2.00
2.06
2.90
3.02
2.40
2.42
2.94
2.20


32
29
22
21
32
23
19
35
28
28
39
41
36
35
35
26
40
27
41
54
61
51
62
66
65
88
56
72
66
94


$5.51
4.85
5.07
5.05
5.12
4.54
3.70
4.03
4.39
3.81
2.90
2.56
2.58
2.45
2.33
2.27
2.29
2.30
2.46
.2.44
2.58
2.97
2.71
2.57
2.85
2.36
2.33
2.28
2.49
2.65
2.59
2.60
2.63
3.04
2.96
2.66
2.50
2.54
2.58
2.80
2.74
2.87
3.02
3.31
3.44


ILDTL 825 2.33 453 2.26 1278 2.17 571 2.38 1872 3.12
Total Sales, Florida stock, all containers,
all sections ---------------------------------------- 1,849 cars Avg. $2.24
Made available through the courtesy of the Florida Citrus Exchange, Tampa, Fla.
Hate: Where standard & 2-bushel boxes have been combined, the 2-bushel averages
have been reduced to standard box basis by reducing the 2-bushel averages 16.%0.





57 4
WEIGHTED APERAGE AHCITOR PRICBS GRANGES 1937-38 REA N


PI TTSBRUGH

F L RIDA $ 'STO n R i CALIF. STOCK

Wk Standard 2-Bushel Stand. & 2-Bu. Standard Standard
Week Boes oxes -Cbind o Boxes
_____ Cars A Cas tg. ars Av Cars I Avg. Cars


Sept 24
Oct. 1
8
15
22
29
Nov. 5
12
19
26
Dec. 3
10
17
24
31
Jan. 7
14
21
28
Feb. 4
11
18
25
Mar. 4
11
18
25
Apr. 1
8
15
22
29
Mayr 6
13
20
27
June 3
10
17
24
July 1
8
15
22
29


* I


13
12
10
15
9
27
12
13
12
10
3
15
9
7
10
16
12
18
15
10
8
8
7
4
3
7
6
3
1
1


$1.40

4.43
3.27
2.96
2.88
2.45
2.91
2.58
2.42
2.28
2.20
2.06
2.41
1.92
1.91
2.00
2.05
2.03
2.22
2.03
1.87
1.93
2.18
2.10
2.01
2.45
2.24
1.97
1.95
2.09
2.56
2.29


$2.90
3.18
2.91

2.24
2.04


1.90
1.89
1.98
2.11
2.10
2.26
2.38
2.06
2.09
1.95
2.31
2.39
2.10
2.08
2.25
2.70
2.42
2.24
2.70
2.88
2.78
2.43
3.40


1
5
13
12
12
15
10
28
12
13
15
10
4
15
9
.9
11
19
12
20
19
14
17
22
18
14
11
.16
17
13
12
15
18
12
4
9
8
5
1


$1.40
4.42
3.27
2.96
2.80
2.45
2.88
2.51
2.42
2.28
2.13
2.06
2.23
1.92
1.91
1.91
2.01
1.97
2.22
2.00
1.84
1.92
2.08
1.86
1.85
1.63
2.12
2.04
1.84
1.83
1.93
2.27
2.03
1.87
2.25
2.40
2.32
2.03
2.84


1
1
1
1





1


$2.51
1.97
2.23
2.40





1.85
-


$4.98
4.76
5.1l
5.11
4.47
4.28
3.86
3.31
4.12
3.35
3.07
2.57
2.74
2.35
2.20
2.16
2.53
2.36
2.43
2.48
2.79
2.91
2.84
2.60
S2.78
2.33
2.31
2.14
2.33
2.72
2.52
2,87
2.55
. 2.69
2.84
2.53
2.56
2.65
2.62
2.60
2.69
3.04
3.19
3.22
3.05


W.. 'AL 302 232 .-188 2.33-* 490 2.18 5. 2.19 898.. 2.93

Total Sales, Florida stock; all containers,
all sections ----------------------------------------- 495 cars Avg. $2.18


hane avala.01 througft the -cour~ of the Florida.Citrus Enchaange Tenta, Fla.
IU+&: Where standard & 2-bushel boxes have been combined, the 2-bushel averages
have been reduced to -standard box- basis by reducing the -2-bushel averages 16.8 o4





-58 -
nimiGHi' SaTt Aio1 S a^eS 1937-38- SBASK.


C L EE L A lD

FLO RID A ST QC K CALI. S'JDCK

Standard 2-Bushel Stad. & 2-Bu. Standard
_Ending__ ';'I_ Vg ~
Bo es I Avg Crb I Avg s Ca Bos ._..I Asv
Cacs |Ag. Cays j *Caz's Avg. Cars Avg. Cars


Sept. 24
Oct. 1
8
15
22
29
Nov. 5
12
19
26
Dec. 3
10
17
24
31

Jan. 7
14
21
28
Feb. 4
11
18
25
Mar. 4
11
18
25
'Apr. 1
8
15
22
29
Majy. 6
13
20
27
June. 3
.10
17
- July 1
8
15
22
29


2
6
28
26
20
33
12
23
25
22
31
14
4
32
21
17
20
13
27
28
20
11
7
20
6
1
1
9
3










1
- =
-
-


$3.89
4.72
3.51
3.12
2.98
2.57
2.95
3.09
2.48
2.47
2.25
2.28
2.71
2.19
2.10
2.21
2.15
2.33
2.23
1.93
2.04
2.01
2.25
2.11
1.99
1.89
2.12
2.30
1.71










3.25


3
2
1
2
5
7
15
4
14
19
28
14
24
17
27
28
20
23
18
40
17
15
20
21
7
5
2
1


-



$2.60
3.53
2.63
3.45
3.11
2.40
2.40
.i
2.17
2.27
2.29
2.12
2.19
2.06
2.37
2.21
1.96
2.39
2.32
2.49
2.26
2.26
2.11
2.61
2.42
2.00
2.04
2.56
3.03
2.60
2.50
2.64
3.00
2,68
2.71
3.12
3.53
- 3.45
-,
,


$3.89
4.72
3.51
3.08
2.98
2.53
2.94
3.07
2.46
2.45
2.25
2.22
2.55
2.17
2.07
2.19
2.11
2.23
2.15
1.83
2.03
1.97
2.12
1.98
1.92
1.77
2.17
2.09
1.67
1.70
2.14
2.53
2.17
2.09
2.20
2.50
2.24
2.42
2.60
2.94
2.88
3.25


-




$3.03


2.98

1.90
2.37
-
-o
-














-i





-
-


-
.-,1


19
14
15
12
17
19
19
21
21
22
24
24
25
19
S25
23
20
24
26
30
25
24
31
29
31
33
25
34
34
32


$5.12
5.11
410
4.72
4.18
3.30
3.99
3.59
3.63
2.97
2.75
2.60
2.66
2.34
2.14
2.33
2.30
. 2.46
2.65
2.61
2.64
2.78
2.62
2.82
2.39
2.35
S2.27
2.57
2.84
2.62
:2.67
2.81
3.12
2.70
2.67
2.68
2.64
2.62
2.50
2.75
3.07
3.25
3.17
3.04


AL 483 249.. .. 2.45 ... 894 2.28 4 2.57 971 2.97
Total Sales, Florida stock, all containers,
all sections ----------------------- ---- 898 cars Avg. $2.28
Made available through the courtesy of the Florida Citrus Ech=ange, Tanpa, Fla.
hfab 'There standard & 2-bushel 'boxes have been combined, the 2-bushel averages
have been reduced to standard box basis by reducing the 2-bushel averages 16.&h.




59-

WfIBTED AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES R:AiES 1937-38 S"EA~M.


C H I C.A G 0


FL T. RI T A


1937
Sept. 24
00t. 1
8
15
22
29
Nov. 5
12
19
26
Dec. 3
10
17
24
31
Jan. 7
14
21
128
Feb. '4
11
18
25
Mar. 4
11
18
25
Apr. 1
8
15
-22
29
May 6
13
20
27
June 3
10
17
24
July 1
8
15
23
29


$4.39
4.22
4.71
3.72
3.15
3.06
2.55
2.96
2.69
2.59
2.61
2.40
2.18
2.89
2.47
2.15
2.21
2.12
2.39
2.33
2.11
2.07
2.05
2.11
2.12
2.20
2.43
2.48
2.38
2.14
2.11
2.31
2.78
2.56
2.55
2.64
3.23
2.60
2.50
3.30

i


STOCK


$2.51
2.90
2.30
2.61
2.75
3.24
2 .8?
2.47
2'.28

2.48
2.02
2.18
2.23
2.11
2.16
2.18
2.12
2.16
2.37
2.33
2.39
2.38
.2.36
2.46
2.14
2.34
.2.45
3.30
2.62
2.58
2.54
3.27
2.83
2.65
3.14
2.84
3.35


1
8
46
42
59
57
25
46
29
- 31
42
30
7
34
43
31
31
25
50
54
44
34
46
34
26
40
36
52
50
30
35
40
59
40
22
32
32
18
13
5
1


$4.39
3.95
4.71
3.69
3.12
3.02
2.53
2.96
2.69
2.58
2.61.
2.35
2.12
2.89
2.43
2.07
2.15
2.09
2.31
2.27
1.96
1.93
1.94
2.03
2.03
2.06
2.02
2.05
2.13
1.87
1.98
2.07
2.76
2.23
2.18
2.31
2.79
2.39
2.24
2.67
2.37
2.79


MDTAL 791 2.61 602 2.52 1,393 2.39 1 3.00 2,273 3.10
Total Sales, Florida stock, all containers,
all sections ----------- 1,394 cars Avg. $2.39
Made available through the courtesy of Florida Citrus Erchange, aspa, Fla.
Nate: Where standard & 2-bushel boxes have been combined, the 2-bushel averages
have been reduced to standard box basis by. xe~ucing the 2-bushel averages 16.8o.


I,
-
-
-


, -- ,11", -- 7- -- i ,- i r --


$5.36
5.31
5.31
5.31
4.98
4.22
4.28
4.15
4.27
3.09
2.88
2.73
2.72
2.60
.2.42
2.34
2.30
2.39
2.42
2.64
2.64
2.90
2.73
2.73
2.88
2.43
2.44
2.36
2.43
2.81
2.68
2.72
2.87
3.08
2.81
2.77
2.71
2.91
2.11
2.68
2.80
2.87
3.21
3.12
3.10





60 -
W~IGMTED AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES ORALKES 1937-38 SEASON.


ST LOUIS


Sept. 24
Oct. 1
8
15
22
29
Nov. 5
12
19
26
Dec. 3
10
17
24
31
1938
Jan. 7
14
21
28
Feb. 4
11
18
25
Mar. 4
11
18
25
Apr. 1
8
15
22
29
May 3
13
20
27
June 3
10
17
24
July 1
8
15
22
29


$3.35
4.02
3.38
2.73
2.83
2.55
2.68
2.48
2.55
2.59
2.26
1.93

2.03
1.73
1.83
1.61
1.67
1.98
1.73
1.65
1.66
2.07
1.78
1.80

1.77
2.15
-
-
,
-

-
-

-


i
2.
18
11
11
15
8
9
8
4
12
9


$2.71



2.30
1.87



2.17
1.83
2.21
2.61
2.09

2.14
2.12
1.98
2.18
2.51
2.12
1.91
2.16
2.42
2.49
2.02
2.05
3.03
2.36
2.03
2.43
1.90


$3.35
4.03
3.38
3.73
2.83
2.53
2.68
2.48
2.55
2.59
2.20
1.81

2.03
1.73
1.82
1.56
1.75
2.00
1.74
1.63
1.84
1.81
1.81
1.77
1.65
1.81
2.10
1.77
1.59
1.80
2.02
2.08
1.68
1.71
2.53
1.97
1.69
2.03
1.58


r








..



r




r
r


r
r
r
r
r

sl.e;





I



~
~




MOTAL 170 2.35 342 2.19 412 2.01


1 1.85 1,008 2.82


Total Sales, Florida stock, all containers,
all sections ------- ----- -------------- 413 cars Avg. $2.05
Made available through the courtesy of the Florida Citrus Exchange, Tapa, Fla.
] "_: Where standard & 2-bushel boxes have been combined, the 2-bushel averages
have been reduced to standard box basis by reducing the 2-bushel averages 16.86.


4
4
4
1
16
7
6
11
16
11
11
* 11
12
S 20
* 17
S12
9
18
13
(5
'6
12.
i6
3
1


- - -


16
16
17
18
16
12
9
5
3
10
26
27
-35
37
22

23
16
15
15
15
2D
21
22
26
22
29
24
26
27
-27
25
25
33
25
27
34
30
25
26
27
26
20
31
31
26


$4.83
4.83
4.64
4.64
4.44
3.91
3.42
3.89
4.01
3.70
2.67
2.68
2.74
2.59
2.35
2.19
2.28
2.34
2.41
2.44
2.66
2.70
2.65
2.62
2.62
2.41
2.26
2.32
2.38
2.69
2.60
2.55
2.65
2.68
2.88
2.57
2.51
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.61
3.01
3.25
3.10
2.87


5-.










C I'NC I N A T I

FL O1I_. A S ..C:-. 0.. CALIF, S19CK
--.. ....... Indipn River

eek Standard 2BuTshel Stfnd.. & 2-Bu. Standard Staandard
aWeeks B s Cambned Boxes : Boxe
SE-ir- ors | Avg. s AVg.- Cars| Avs. c Avg. Cars I Avg.


Sept. 24
Oct. 1
8
15
22
29
Nov. 5
123
19
26
Dec. 3
10
17
24
31
1935
*JTw. 7
14,
21:
28-
-Jeb. '4
S11
18
JMar.. 4
11
18
25
Apr.. I
8..
15
22
29
May 6 6.
3 13
20
27
June 3
10
172
S 24
July I1
8
15
22
29


$3.40
4.28
4.55
3.57-.
2.84
2.65
2.32
2.64
2.51
2.49
2.51
2.21
2.09
2.41
1.93
1.87
2.04
1.86
2.16
2.12
1.87
1,89
1.98
2.05
1.99
2.09
2.25
2.25
2.27
1.92
1.98
2.34
2.72
2.31
2.67
2.73
2.61
2.71
2.55
2.62
3.05
2.93
2.57


.$4.40
3.45
2.65
3.24
2.79
2.88
2.44
2.31
2.10
2.05
2.07
2.05
2.24
1.96
2.53
2.00
1.95
2.21
2.18
2.29
2.13
2.06
2.28
2.28
2.29
1.87
1.81
S2.36
2.67
2.28.
2.23
2.70
2.78
2.90
3.02
3.14
3.15
3.17
2.13


$3.40
4.28
4.55
3.57
2.87
2.66
2.31
2.65
2.47
2.48
2.36
2.16
1.99
2.35
1.90
1.:85
2.02
1.81
2.15
2.04
1.78
1.88
1.88
1.95
1.83
1.81
1.94
1.98
2.04
1.62
1.57
2.05
2.32
1.97
1.97
2.38
2.41
2.54
2.52
2.62
2.69
2.76
2.46


1


1



1


--


$3.25


2.85


.i
2 .%
2.85
2.15
2.15
2.75
2.20
2.45
2.22
2.40
2.50
2.10
2.00

2.40






-
-


9
4-



11
i 7
I




8
12
113
9:
120

8
12
13
16
17
16
23
24
'22
20
18
24
21
26


$4.69
.4.76
4.85
4.90
4.44
3.21
.3.16
3.63
3.70
.2.85
2.65
2.53
2.32
2.25

2.35
2.33
2.37
2.60
2.68
2.88
.2 62
2.70
2.20
2.32
2.10
2.32
2.58
2.70
2.79
2.81
2.80
2.64
2.53
2.69
2.54
2.49
2.52
2.66
3.06
3.01
3.08
2.98


oiTAL 629. 2.37 532 2.30 1,161 2.16 0 '.40 561 2.95
Total Sales, Florida stock, all containers
all sectiprs -------------------,----- -- 1,181 ca8rX5 yg. :$, 16
'" ; Matde available throu gh otbv caesy.; o hFlTotlda Citrus Exchange, Tampa, Fla.

I.ta: Where standard, & 2-budhel bdxes 'hee been comnbinda, the 2-bushel bf. averages
ave been reduced to standard box -basis -b redudirg th6 2-bish!el avrages 16.08.
__ ,.. ^ ^^ -' .^ -^ i ^T1^ :t: '


t~,rC~Ei~a~i~~;e~u.rci~;G~Lt~dl~I~hl~il; 29?IX~j& SjP~SCQi~''~






-17 M ,l


'. -* Z '.;D T' 0 I T

FL OI DA T Q.C K.

2-Bushel Stnad. & 2-Bu. I
1 ma I immicnd I


*-

$3.44
2.35
2.82
2.81

2.52
2.71
2.46
2.29


Week
Ending


Sept. 24
24.4
Oct. 1
8
15
22
29
Nov. 5
12
19
26
Dec. 3
S10
17
24
31
1938
Jan. 7
.. 14
21
28'
Feb.. 4
*'11
18
25
Mar. 4
S11
.' 18
25,
Apr.. 1I
8
15
22.
29
May. 6
13
27
June 3
10
17
24
July 1
8
15
22
29


*a .. ~ ~ 4.0. S P. .

Total Sales, Florida stock, all containers,
all sections ----------- 550 'cars Avg. $2.26
.Maie available through the '- c 'oua yof the Florida Citrus Exchange, Taipa, Fla.
Note. Where,standard & .2-bushselboxeea save been ctombineda the 2-nbushel box averages
have been:reduced to standard ,bor basis by; reducing the 3.'bushel averages 16. 6..
' _ ^ ^, U .. .. - - < -


$4.45
3.49
3.31
3.12
2.70
2.84
2.67
2.35
2.43
2.28
2.10
2.15
2.23
2.05
2.01
2.07
2.31
2.28
2.08
1.89
2.05
2.16
2.17
2.23
1.66
2.43
.2.42
2.08
2.37
2.45

2.55


$4.45
3.45
3.31
3.09
2.63
2.78
2.67
2.33
2.41
2.25
2.08
2.15
2.23
1.99
1.98
1.96
2.26
2.23
1.98
1.81
2.00
2.02
1.92
1.96
1.82
2.11
2.12
1.95
1.95
2.38
2.00
1.93
. 2.19
2.49.
2.04
2.47
2.22
2.54
-
-


$3.92


2.09
2.74

2.82
2.94
2.65
2.90
2.90
2.28
2.32
2.16
2.40
2.34
-
-
-


23' $5.18
28 5.33
24 5.04
25 5.40
25 5.09
24 4.49
22 3.83
15 4.24
8 4.77
12 3.96
40 -2.88
39 2.75
37 2.61
46 2.41
22 2.28
26 -2.15
20 2.39
20a 2.34
20': 2.51
19 -2.47
23 2.73
24 2.78
24 2.87
.29 2-,72
'23 2.86
34 2.45
,33 2.40
38 2.28
34 2.34
31 2.70
29 2.57
31 2.73
32 2.82
34 2.85
38 2.77
43 2.64
33 2.47
43 2.68
37 2.52
37 2.64
35 2.76
29 2.89
31 3.13
33 3.25
34 3.08

11 .7 3 _


4
2
1
9
8
5
10
16
15
12
8
15
17
18
15
15
26
10
9
12
11
6
7
2.
.


2.19
2.20
2.04
2.53
2.38
2.24
2.12
2.32
2.32
2.25
2.33
2.20
2.39
2.43
2.10
2.01
2.31
2.85
2.40
2.31
2.58
2.98
2.45.
2.96
2.66
3.05
-,


WPVA T.


258l 5 c'


23y .2 L A


31 .2 5


9 7m


19





63 -
WEI~GHAED AE AGE AU3TIO PRIdCSS ORANGES 1937-38 SEASON


BALTIMORE

FL RIDA ST 0 C K Indian River CALF. SrOC

Week Standad Standard Stand. & 2-Bu. Standard Standard
Ending Boxes Boes "C-nbned oes- -.- Q:e
_Cars _Avg. Cars Avg. Cars Avg. Cars Avg Cars
1937 -
Sept. 24 16 $5.01
Oct. 1 15 4.71
8 11 4.24
15 1 $3.79 1 .79 11 4
22 3 3.21 3 .21 5 3.95
29 1 2.43 1 2.45 2 224 4 3.83
Nov. 5 2 2.49 2 2.49 2 3.28
12 2 2.56 2 2.56 -
19 2 2.43 1 3.11 3 2.48 -
26 5 2.57 -5 5 2.57 -
Dec. 3 6 2.16 6 .2.16 4 3.00
10 7 2.24 7 2.24 4 2.79
.17 11 2.05 11 2.05 4 2.66
24 7 2.06 7 2.06 5 2.42
31 4 2.06 4 2.06 2 2.46
Jan. 7 7 1.90 1 1.56 8 1.83 3 2.23
14 8 1.63 3 1.43 10 1.54 2 2.14
21 12 1.65 12 1.65 2 2.29
28 9 1.65 9 1.65 -
Feb. 4 6 1.84 1.84 1 $2.1 4 2.30
11 7 2.01 7 2.01 2 2.51 4 2.52
18 6 2.00 1 2.09 7 1.96 1 2.46 2 2.73
258 1.88 8 1.88 1 2.67 1 3.12
Mar. 4 13 1.71 1 2.13 14 71 1 2.03 5 2.80
11 8 1.85 8 1.85 3 2.70
18 6 1.90 3 1.73 9 1.79 .. 6 2.36
25 8 1.86 1'. 2.03 9 1.84 1 1.44 3 2.53
Apr. 1 4 1.96 3. 2.27 7 1.93 6 2.41
8 8 1.99 4 2.24 12, 1.95 6 2.31
15 2 2.09 4. 2 .40 6 2.03 2 2.10 4 2.54
22 6 2.05 7 2.09 13 1.88 1 1.99 5 2.73
29 5 1.76 6 1.88 11 1.65 6 2.45
May 6 6 1.89 4 2.21 10 1.87 6 2.79
13 10 2.59 10 2.16 6 2.70
2 12 2.48 12 2.07 7 2.95
27 10 2.36 10 1.97 5 2.46
June 3 11 2.6411 2.20 10 2.42
10 11 2.89 11 2.41 8 2.61
17 8. 2.33 8 1.94 12 2.58
24 1 2.00 .5.- 2.73 6 2.23 15 2.58
July 1 3 2.06 1 2.60 4 2.09 16 2.78
8 1 2.40 1 2.00' -. 11 2.95
15 13 3.19
22 17 3.17
29 16 3.06

TOTAL 184 1.97 108" -2.40 292 1.98- ... 10 2.20 287 3.13
Total Sales, Florida stock, all containers,
all sections ----------------------'---------------- '302 cars Avg. $1.98
Made available through the courtesy of the Florida Citrus Exchange, Ta pa, Fla.
N-Ja: Where standard & 2-bushel boxes have been combined, the 2-bushel box averages
have been reduced to standard'box basis by reducing the 2-bushel averages 16.60.







WEIGHTED iAVERE'UCMTION RICES RAGESS 1937.38 SEASON.


.TOTAL ALL CITIES

F-L 0 R I D-A S T 0 C K Iian CALIF. SOCK
Wena -Btnd. Indian Rivert
Week Standard 2-ushel Stand. & 2-Bu. Standard Standard
Endikg Boxes. -- : .B Cambined B es .Broxs-
Carsj Avg. Cars |Ag. Cars Avg. Cars Avg. Cars Avg.


Sept. 24
Oct. 1
8
15
22
29
Nov. 5
12
19
26
Dec. 3
10
17
24
31
Jan. 7
14
21
28
Feb. 4
11
18
25
Mar. 4
11
18
25
Apr. 1
8
15
22
29
May 6
13
20
27
June 3
10
17
24
July 1
8
15
22
29


12
63
149
447
414
527
524
.503
..407
468
574
292
191
431
406
333
301
309
395
414
361
243
208
259
164
101
130
140
106
88
101
69
63
73
59
51
43
50
46
30
16
40
20


$3.56
4.14
4.28
3.36
3.16
2.80
2.47
2.73
2.61
2.46
2.43
2.13
2.14
2.28
2.14
2.04
1.96
2.02
2.06
2.15
1.89
1.82
1.84
2.11
1.91
1.92
1.93
2.12
2.10
1.96
1.84
2.10
2.47
2.32
2.08
2.29
2.54
2.45
2.18
2.29
2.50
2.66
2.22
2.35


.1
7
9
19
32
40
326

49r
58
24
a2
33
60
60

126
211
193
234
283
352
286
367
355
398
3.95
P17
296
:485
.479
-467
M296
S341
S342
.264
172
111
77
35
.


$2.51
3.18
3.26
3.06
2.76
3.02
2.94
2.65
2.64
2.33
2.16
2.28
2.27
2.13
2.06
2.10
2.20
2.19
2.09
2.04
2.01
2.28
2.12
2.13
2.15
2.32
2.32
2.02
2.05
2.65
2.5
2.59
2.35
2.51
2.77
2.56
2.45
2.71
2.72
2.59
2.35
3.13


12
64
149
454
423
546
556
486
535
441
506
6623
350
215
464
466
393
377
392
S521
625
554
477
491
611
450
468
485
538
501
405
397
554
542
540
355
39?
385
314
218
141
93
75
21


$3.56
4.11
4.28
3.35
3.15
2.79
2.46
2.71
2.60
2.44
2.41
2.11
2.08
2.24
2.12
2.00
1.92
1.97
2.01.
2.07
1.84
1.78
1.76
1.99
1.83
1.83
1.82
1.98
1.98
1.74
1.72
2.08
2.23
2.17
1.98
2.12
2.34
2.17
2.06
2.26
2.32
2.25
2.10
2.36


1
1
10
11
12
21
26
46
46
57
104
98
64
104
124
136
138
119
126
136
121
S91
105
148
95
100
123
139
146
137
96
100
116
94
38
35
10
7

-


$3.19
4.94
3.61
3.49
3.15
3.05
3.47
3.18
3.14
3.12
2.66
2.69
2.81
2.83
2.68
2.50
2.51
2.57
2.63
2.39
2.29
2.34
2.54
2.20
2.25
2.31
2.45
2.37
2.11
2.03
2.39
2.88
2.71
2.52
2.57
2.96
2.89
2.58


446
470
450
438
321
267
215
151
70
103
306
317
S322
380
238
257
210
204
198
228
229
225
247
306'
268
333
329
346
347
323
297
337
346
384
467
485
430
492
500
488
555
455
579
547
643


$5.26
5.16
5.13
5.16
4.87
4.46
4.00
4.10
4.63
3.74
2.94
2.67
2.65
2.48
2.37
2.26
2.35
2.38
2.47
2.52
2.71
2.85
2.85
2.65
2.80
2.43
2.40
2.30
2.44
2.69
2.67
2.67
2.77
3.00
2.90
2.65
2.62
2.67
2.60
2.68
2.81
2.95
3.03
3.23
3.22


MTAL 10,067 2.36 7,538 2.35 17,605 2.19 3,081 2.53 15,549 3.12
Total Sales, Florida stock, all containers,
all sections ---------------------------------------20,686 cars Avg. $2.24
Made available through the courtesy of the Florida Citrus Exchange, Tampa, Fla.
1ia:s Where standard & 2-bushel boxes have been combined, the 2-bushel box averages
have been converted to standard box basis by reducing the 2-bushel averages 16. .





65 -
CEIG'TlED A PRAGE ABTCTIQH RICE L EdImAR & MPARSE-fTDIESS GRAPEFRVITI

,--- YO. CI.Y
NEW YORK CITY
I LA ,- ,,,S~APT.RI


F. BEGUIAfL G~EUIT IA. MARS-SEEDIESS G APEUIT R.

Standard 2-Bushel tanA & tainara Standard 2-B-shel So t Standard
CBoxeQ s Boes mbinL IC oxs Boxes g. Boxes CasB dS vg. es
Cars CaA Ca- A avg.l sAvgCa-. : CaCr s


Week
wPnA-
192

9/10
17
24
10/1
8
15
22
29
11/5
12
19
26
12/3
10
17
24
31

14
21
28
2/ 4
11
18
25
3/ 4
11
18
25
4/ 1
8
15
22
29
5/ 6
13
20
27
6/ 3
10
.17
24
7/ 1
8
15
22
29


4 $3..33
31 3.10
53 2.47
49 2.28
47 2.36
40 2.45
65 2..15
38 1.81
33 1.82
23 2.16
32 2.40
48 2.18
47 1.96
33- 1.88
21 2.04
20 1.90
24 1.95
37 1.76
25 1.59
16 1.68
18 1.73
16 1.80
13 1.74
10 1.78
10 1.61
10 1.70
10 1.92
19 1.96
28 1.67
16 1.75
17 1.89
12 2.03
11 1.90
10 1.37
7 1.84
9 2.05
12 1.89
6 2.04
3 1.88
1 2.93



Si .57
1 1.34


. .- 4 $3.33
1 $3.10 32-3.08
53 2.47
.1 2,60 50 2.28
3 2.46 50 2.34
8 2.65 48 2-.41
S11 2.30 76 2.12
8 2.05 46 1.79
'6 2.05 39 1.80
3 2.16 26 2.12
6 2.64 38 2.37
7 2.18 55 2.13
9 2.00 56 1.91
5 1.99 38 1.85
14 2.08 35 1.92
11 1.95 31 1.80
3 1.96 27 1.92
9 1.95 46 1.73
8 1.75 33 1.56
12 1.76 28 1.59
4 1.85 22 1.70
9 1.92 -25 1.74
10 1.87 23 1.66
11 1.79 21 1.63
5 1.73 15 1.55
9 2.01 19 1.69
S8 2.00 18 1.81
16 2.23 35 1.91
29 1.81 57 1.59
15 1.90 31 1.67
13 1.99 30 1.79
13 2.18 25 1.92
21 1.83 32 1.65
16 1.65 26 1.37
8 2.01 15 1.75
9 2.27 18 1.97
13 1.79 25 1.68
11 1.91 '17 1.75
7 1.31 10 1.33
13 1.30 14 1.22
4 .73 4 .61
3 1.03 3 .86
1 1.75 1 1.46
.2 1.40 2 1.17
1 1.57
1 1.34


2 $3.53 1 $3.96 -
4 .51 3 3.63 -
2 3.15 20 3.07 -
5 3.04 30 2.74
9 3.01 34 2.64 5 $2.74
.11' 2.88 28 2.93 -
20 2.74 54 2.57 19 2.77
29 2.19 42 2.24 7 2.52
21 2.30 24 215 '7 2.29
14 2.74 20 2.43 13 2.47
22 2.92 13 2.89 9 2.95
27 2.57 23 2.81 9 3.07
18 2.45 45 2.40 30 2.48
21 2.36 18 2.18 14 2.24
22 2.45 20 2.34 4 2.66
.16 2.35 25 2.19 6 2.75
. 24 2.30 24 2.15 20 2.52
29 2.21 27 2.10 12 2.24
37 2.04 23 1.93 13 2.15
29 2.01 '23 2.02 19 2.11
24 2.16 16 2.12 12 2.34
26 2.31 24 2.18 13 2.27
30 2.23 21 2.06 26 2.01
35 2.08 15 2.00 30 1.96
30 1.97 23 1.78 24 1.89
24 2.11 7 1.86 24 2.11
26 2.17 11 2.01 18 2.26
10 2.29 8 2.19 27 2.41
15 2.24 26 1.92 44 2.07
8 2.36 12 1.94 55 2.14
11 2.38 .19 1.97 43 2.26
4 2.72 14 2.15 45 2.23
27 1.86 62 2.01
4 1.76 21 1.48 44 1.90 .
2 2.44 14 1.84 42 2.29
13 2.37 51 2.60
1 1.73 16 2.16 59 2.16
1 1.90 11 '2.21 48 2.19
8 2.25 48 1.98
3 1.34 12 1.62 42 1.68
10 1.69 26 1.54
14 1.49 5 1.68
10 '1.68 2 1.25
1 2.50 1 1.15
7 1.41 2 1.44
2 '1.33' -


2.06 375 i.93 1301


1.93 "l6 2.31


859 2.22 980 2.17 1839 '2.01 1125'


2.78


Total Sales, Florida stoc, o- To Sal Flrid t all Tot ; ridastock, all containers,
trainers, all sections -- 1,917 cars Avg. $2.05 all sections --- 2,964 cars. Av. $2.30.
.A.D TOTAL -4 4,881 cars Avg. $2.20"
.. e available through the courtesy of the Florida Citrus Exchange, Tampa, Fla.


1 $3.96
3 3.63
20 3.07
30 2.74
39 2.60
28 2.93
73 2.50
49 2.22
31 2.10
33. 2.28
22 2.71
32 2.74
75 2.27
32 2.04
24 2.32
31 2.21
44 2.13
39 2.03
36 1.88.
42 1.90:
28 2.04
37 2.08
47 1.85
45 1.76
47 1.68
31 1.78
29 1.93
35 2.05
70 1.80
67 1.81
62 1.91
59 1.93
89 1.73
65 1.55
56 1.89
64 2.21.
75 1.88'
59 1.90.
56 1.74
54 1.45
36 1.40
19 1.47
12 1.57
2 1.73
9 1.36
2 1.33


- I --


4 $3.65
6 3.60
10 3.64
14 3.65
8 3.58
19 2.98
29 2.87
27 3.15
20 3.51
18 3.62
29 3.28
28 2.92
17 3.43
28 3.22
33 2.91
33 2.81
30 2.70
30 2.71
29 2.84
40 2.76
28 2.65
45 2.51
57 2.35
54 2.40
44 2.49
42 2.73
50 2.51
45 2.60
36 2.83
31 2.96
53 2.48
60 2.24
39 2.68
30 3.00
24 3.01
21 3.15
7 3.11
6 2.81
1 2.13

- -


TOTAL 926





669 ON
WEIGHTED AVAGE AI3CTIor a aS IE paSIDA HI IA & MffisL .lSE SS aRAPu'aI..


PH.ILADE LPHIA

ILL. REGULAR APL RUIM T I I MAR -S LESS RAPi MUIT ,
Standard I 2-Bushel Sta ndA.& Standard Standard I 2-Bshel SlatL.& 2-i. Standard
P Boxes r Cabined BaoesI Boxes I Boxes l Caraed Boes
CaslAvsg. CarslAva. Cars Avg. CarslAva. Cars Avg. Cars Avg. CarslAvg. CarsAvg.


- I - -~ I ---


9/10
17
44
1011
8
15
22
29
11/5
12
19
26
12/3
10
17
24
31
1T 7
14
21
28
2/ 4
11
18
25
3/ 4
11
18
25
4/ 1
8
15
22
29
5/ 6
13
20
27
6/ 3
10
17
24
7/ 1
8
15
22
29


1 $3.75 1$3.75
19 3.09 19 3.09
28 2.44 28 2.44
19 2.29 19 2.29
20 2.49 a20 2.49
17 2.55 1 $2.45 18 2.52
26 2.23 2 2.30 28 2.21
20 1.76 2 1.88 22 1.74
12 1.90 3 1.90 15 1.83
16 2.11 16 2.11
15 2.44 3 2.40 18 2.37
23 2.19 4 2.33 27 2.15
26 1.99 2 2.23 28 1.98
13 1.85 13 1.85
6 1.98 5 1.87 11 1.79
8 1.79 8 1.79
18 1.78 18 1.78
9 1.80 1 2.15 10 1.80
15 1.77 4 2.01 19 1.75
14 1.57 1 1.75 15 1.56
7 1.62 7 1.62
8 1.68 3 1.87 11 1.65
6 1.74 1 2.05 7 1.74
7 1.76 4 1.94 11 1.71
9 1.68 4 1.95 13 1.66
8 1.65 5 1.91 13 1.63
8 1.79 4 1.86 12 1.71
10 1.70 5 1.67 15 1.60
4 1.59 11 1.60 15 1.40
3 1.78 4 2.00 7. 1.72
5 2.00 6 1.90 11 1.77
4 1.75 5 1.64 9 1.54
3 1.62 4 1.89 7 1.59
3 1.87 3 1.67 6 1.6$
2 2.65 2 1.85 4 2.0
1 2.60 4 2.26 5 2.03
3 1.77 3 1.77
- 1 2.20 1 1.83
1 1.75 1 2.25 2 1.81
S 1 1.05 1 .88
1 .00 1 .83
a a a a
-, -.
., -.
-. -.
o -. -. -.


TOTAL 417 2.07 97 1.90 514 1.98 107 2.12 302 2.15 172 1.98 474 1.97 149 2.55
Total Sales, Florida stock, all containers, Total Sales, Florida stock, all containers,
all sections --- 621 cars Avg. $2.00 all sections -- 623 cars Avg. $2.11
GRAND MDTAL 1,244 cars Avg. $2.06
Maie aweilable -through the courtesy of the Florida Citrus Exchange, Twpa, Fla.


Week
End-
ing


5 a a -
1 $3.80 1 $3.80 1 $3.35
2.65 2 2.65 -
7 2.63 7 2.63
1 $3.10 10 2.58 10 2.58
1 2.90 7 2.82 7 2.82 -
1 2.3Q 14 2.48 14 2.48
3 2.02 11 2.12 1$2.30 12 2.10 2 2.55
4 2.26 3 1.90 3 1.90 6 2.56
2 2.48 7 2.30 1 2.30 8 2.25 4 3.28
1 3.05 9 2.70 9 2.70 2 3.38
3 2.57 8 2.61 8 2.61 1 3.50
1 2.55 11 2.37 11 2.37 4 2.94
6 2.27 10 2.22 10 2.22 4 2.87
2 2.23 9 2.10 1 1.75 10.2.04 5 2.89
1 2.40 10 2.04 10 2.04 2 2.95
4 2.31 8 1.98 .1.98 1 3.10
6 2.16 7 2.12 1 2.25 2.09 5 2.73
8 2.12 15 1.9' 15 1.97 2 2.88
9 2.02 6 1.79 2 1.80 8 1.72 2 2.93
11 1.97 11 1.88 1 1.88 2 2.50
6 2.03 2 1.93 2 1.93 6 2.51
4 1.98 5 1.85 3 2.22 8 1.85 4 2.45
13 2.07 9 2.15 9 2.15 7 2.44
7 1.83 8 1.98 2 2.10 10 1.93 9 2.20
6 1.98 9 2.01 3 2.07 12 1.94 7 2.31
2 1.93 10 1.96 6 2.02 16 1.86 9 2.36
3 1.97 5 1.98 6 1.83 11 1.73 5 2.31
2 2.05 3 1.70 '10 2.13 13 1.16 12 2.37
- 7 2.22 9 2.34 16 2.07 5 2.60
- 5 2.13 1 2.08 23 1.82 6 2.6?
10 2.01 14 2.02 24 1.82 9 2.33
7 1.89 12 1.87 19 1.68 4 2.41
7 2.01 8 1.76 15 1.72 4 2.38
9 2.25 7 2.16 16 2.05 8 2.73
10 2.32 9 2.26 19 2.11 9 2.45
14 2.11 18 1.90 32 1.81 2 1.75
2 2.10 9 2.04 11 1.77 -
5 1.63 14 2.01 19 1.66 -
2 1.88 7 1.84 9 1.61 -
4 1.41 5 1.54 9 1.34 -
2 .93 4 1.26 6 1.01 -
1 1.25 2 1.00 3 .97 -

a a a -




67 -
EIGH3ED AVERAGE AtCTIQO mICS NlR A CdIRM SSDIESS GRAPE=iRUIT'
- I_ 3973,sO


Week
End-



9/10
17
24
10/1
8
15
22
11/5
12
19

1213
10
17
24
31

14
21
28
2/ 4
11
18
25
3/ 4
11
18
25
4/ 1
8
15
22
29
5/ 6
13
20
27
6/ 3
10
17
24
7/ 1
8
15
22
29


B B. .. S.... T. N

FIA. REGULAR GRAPEEUIT JIA. MARSB-SEEDIESS GRAPEERUIT .
Ind. ..y, Iga- a y.
Standard i2-Bushel SIzS.& 3Ba Standarrd Sta 2-Bushel IStI.& 32Bu Standard
.Boxas Boxes Combined. Boxes Boxes Boxes -I Ccabine Boxes
CarsjAvg. Carsvg. Cars A Cars Carsly ag. Cars|Avg Cars|Ayg.


1 $3.70
16 2.58
14 2.53
9 2.36
6 2.80
14 2.23
9 1.78
13 1.82
1 2.12
1 2.39
3 2.12
9 1.95
5 1.79
3 1.86
5 1.71
6 1.68
4 1.76
2 1.67
4 1.60
3 1.87
6 1.61
1 1.49
1 1.90
2 1.68






1 1.54
2 2.18

2 1.36
1 1.36
1 1.17
- -


a -"



3$2.59

1 2.84

1 2.17
2 2.65
3 2.44
1 1.98

1 1.57
1 1.57

1 1.77
2 1.64
3 1.76
2 2.09
2 1.76
2 1.84
1 1.78
1 1.76
3 1.77
1 2.00
2 1.70
1 1.92

6 2.34
2 1.85
1 .89

1 .62

- ,


- -

1 $3.70
16 2.58
14 2.53
12 2.31
6 2.80
15 2.24
9 1.78
13 1.82
2 1.97
3 2.27
6 2.07
10 1.92
5 1.79
3 1.86
6 1.64
7 1.63
4 1.76
2 1.67
5 1.58
5 1.67
6 1.61
3 1.47
3 1.66
3 1.61
4 1.61
1 1.48
1 1.47
3 1.48
1 1.67
2 1.42
1 1.60
1 1.54
8 2.01
2 1.54
1 .74
2 1.36

2 .94
1 1.17


- *


1 $2.64
2 3.04
2 2.94
3 2.78
6 2.22
6 2.12.
2 2.24.
5 3.07
7 2.63.
4 2.33
2 2.11
3 2.57
2 2.13
5 2.38
7 2.21
16 2.00
10 2.01
14 1.96
11 1.85
8 1.89
5 2.13
15 2.11
9 1.90
9 1.87
8 2.04
5 2.06
2 1.96
1 1.98

1 2.77



- w


- -

1 $3.02
4 2.88
2 2.49
1 2.35
5 2.68
2 2.02
1 1.98
1 2.87
3 2.67
2 1.97
3 1.72
1 1.48
3 2.05
1 1.65
3 2.04
.6 1,77
3 1.86

2 2.11
1 2.27
5 1.79

5 1.90
4 2.03
1 2.04
5 1.86
4 1.66
1 1.07
2 1.93
2 2.08
7 1.12
4 .99
1 1.30
1 2.16
1 1.17
i -
-.-_


- -



1 $2.66
1 3.04




1 2.53
1 1.80


1
1
1
4
10
6
3
6
12
9
13
11
9
2
2
6
1


-



1.87

2.23
2.14
2.22
2.14
2.27
2.27
2.09
2.00
1.85
2.42
1.84
1.45
1.34
1.46
1.30
1.43


i -
1 $3.02
4 2.88
3 2.40
2 2.45
5 2.68
2 2.02
1 1.98
1 2.87
4 2.53
2 1.97
4 1.67
1 1.48
3 2.05
1 1.65
3 2.04
6 1.77
3 1.86
1 1.56
2 2.11
2. 2.07
5 1.79
.1 1.78
4 1.85
15 1.82
10 1.95
4 1.93
11 1.80
16 1.67
10 1.49
-2 1.93
15 2.03
18 .1.37
13 1.14
3 1.18
3 1.53
7 1.10
1 1.19
-. -


- a




1 $3.38
2 3.27
3 2.72
6 2.4
7 2.75
4 3.48
4 3.13
5 2.65
8 2.45
7 2.94
6 2.75
5 2.62
5 2.59
9 2.35
5 2.28
7 2.47
14. 2.17
6 2.23
6 2.42
12 2.45
'17 2.20
:10 2.21
4 2.45
7 2.56
12 2.45
7 2.57
13 2.26
10 2.31
13 2.46
16 2.69
11 2.70
11 2.20
5 2.58
3 2.64
4 2.29
-


TOTAL 145 2.07 44 1.99 -189 1.98 171 2.14 88 1.93 101 1.98 189 1.78 265 2.48
Total Sales, Florida stock, all containers, Total Sales, Florida stock, all containers,
all sections -- 360 cars Avg. 2.06 all sections --- 454 cars Avg. $2.19


GRAND ITOTAL-- .814 cars Avg. $2.13


Made available through the. courtesy of the Florida Citrus Exchange, Tampa, Fla.


- --





68 -

-WEIGSH=D AiA E AUCTION PRICES DAE & MURPEDIESST GRAPEFRUIT


PI TI SBURGH


FIA. RE, UR GRPERUIT
Week Standard 2-Bushel Sta e.& 2
End&- Boxs. Boxes ine
ing Cars Avg. Carsavg; Cars Avoi


Steanard
ARnefR


1$3.05 1$3.05
3 3.49 3 3.49 -
7 2.70 7 2.70 -
4 2.22 .- 4 2.2 -
1 2.42 1 2.42 -
4 2.89 1 $2.79 5 2.78 -
5 2.28 5 2.28 -
1 2.15 1 1.97 2 1.90 -
3 2.43 3 2.43
2 2.20 2 2.20
'3 2.04 3 2.04
2 2.24 2 2.24
3 2.21 3 2.21


FLA. MARSB-SEEDIESS GAPEFRUIT
Standard. 2-Bushel IStar& 2A-B. Standard
Boxesk I es Conbinx d I Boaes
3rslAv. C Cars C lAv. CarslAvR.


1 $2.65 -1 $2.65
1 2.91 1 2.91

- 1 $2.17 1 1.81

- m -


9/10
17
lor,
8
15
22
1295
12
19
26
12/3
10
17
24
31

14
21
28
2/ 4
11
18
25
3/ 4
11
18
25
4/ 1
'8
15
22
29
5/ 6
13
2D
27
6/ 3
10
17
24
7/ 1
8
15
22
29


.. TAL. 65 2.32 34 2.24 99 2.16. 2.17 34 2.07 54 2.20 88 1.92 1 2.22
Total Sales, Florida stock, all containers Total Sales, Florida stock, all containers,
Small sections --- 101 cars Avg. $2.16 all sections --- 89 cars Ag $1.92
GRAD TOTAL 190 oars Avg. $2.05


M&ee available through the courtesy of the Florida Citrus Erchange, Tampa, Fla.


4 2.02 4 2.02 -
3 1.98 3 1.98 2.20 2.20 -
1 2.03 1 2.03 2 1.99 2 1.99 -
1 2.01 1 2.01 1$2.03 5 2.01 5 2.01 -
1 1.80 1 1.88 2 1.69 1 1.81 1 1.81
- 2 .01 22.01
3 2.24 32.24 3 2.25 3 2.25 -
2 1.84 2 1.97 4 1.74 2.28 1 1.99 2 1.97 -
1 2.15 1 2.03 2 1.92 12.07 1 2.51 2 2.08 -
1 1.67 2 1.78 3 1.55 2.12 5 2.08 8 1.88 -
- 2 2.13 2 1.78 -
4 2.19 4 2.19 -
3 2.01 2 2.14 5 1.9 2 2.6 1.91 4 1.83 -
2 1.93 3 2.15 5 1.85 12.30 1 2. -
- 1 2.18 1 1.82 1 2.50 7 2.55 8 2.17 -
- 1 1.78 1 1.48 1 2.31 3 1.82 5 2.24 8 1.85 -
- 2 1.98 2 2.39 4 1.99 -
S 2 .47 2 2.06 1 1.77 3 2.32 4 1.89
3 2.82 3 2.35 4 2.70 4 2.25 1 $2.2
- 5 2.51 5 2.09 2 2.12 7 247 9 2.07 -
2 1.75 2 1.46 9 1.83 9 1.53
12.50 1 2.09 1 1.37 I 1.14 -
-3 2.48 3 2.07 2 1.88 2 1.57 -
- 3 1.98 3 1.65 1 .95 1 1.90 2 1.27 -
- 1 1.20 1 1.00
a a a a -
- a a a a a





69 -
EI~IaED AVEaEa AlUCTION RE NW-F DA EGLA &' MRs-ssmLESS GRAPE FRUIT


CLEVELAND

FLA. HEGUIA GAPERUT FIL. MWSE-SSEDIESS GRAPFRUIT

Week Standard. 2-Bushel Staad, 2auw Standard Standard 2-Bushel StaEdA2-Bu Standard
End.- Bxeqs Boxes Combn d Boxes Boxes Boxes I Cmbined Boxes
ing Cas Arg. CarsAg..a Carslgvg.I Crasg CvrslAvg. Cars Avg. Carslv g.


9/10 -
17 3 $3.25 3 $3.25 -
4 5 3.46 5 3.46 -
10 16 2.35 16 2.35 -
8 18 2.54 '18 2.54 $2.70 2 $2.70 -
15 7 2.51 7 2.51 1 3.12 1 3.12
22 5 3.04 13.29 6 2.99 -5 3.06 53.06
S8 2.36 2 2.41 10 2.29 6 2.51 6 2.51 -
115 5 1.90 5 1.90 $2.23 1 1.86 -
12 1 2.12 1 2.12 12.10 1 2.10 -
19 4 2.37 4 2.37 1 2.25 1 2.2 -
26 4 2.30 4 2.30 -
12/3 5 2.05 1 2.18 6 2.01 -
10 5 2.1 2.2 -- 52- -
17 1.88 1 1.57 -
24 -
31 1 2.02 12.02 3 2.05 2.05
7 3 2.27 3 2.27 1 2.02 1 2.02 -
14 6 1.88 1 1.95 7 1.84 1 $2.00 1.83 1 1.83 -
21 2 1.81 2 1.81 12.07 1 1.84 1 2.25 2 1.86 -
28 2 1.86 2 1.86 21.89 1 2.16 3 1.86 -
2/ 4 4 1.71 1 1.62 5 1.64 -
11 1 1.60 1 1.60 -
18 1 1.76 2 1.73 3 1.55 -
25 1 1.84 1 1.70 2 1.63
3/4 12.17 1 1.81 -
11 1 2.39 1 1.99 4 2.15 3 2.35 7 2.07 -
18 2.12 3 1.77 5 2.23 5 1.86 -
25 3 1.73 3 1.44 41.97 1.64 -
4/1 5 2.01 1.68
8 12.27 1 2.27 1 1.94 2 2.13 3 1.83 -
15 2 2.31 2 2.25 4 2.09 2.36 5 2.39 8 2.13 -
22 11.50 4 1.97 51.61 1 2.13 6 2.03 7 1.76 -
29 1 2.15 1 1.79 2 1.82 10 2.26 12 1.87 -
5/ 6 1 2.26 1 1.88 17 2.45 17 2.04 -
13 1 3.00 3 2.60 4 2.38 10 2.93 10 2.44 -
20 2 2.31 2 2.02 4 2.00 --1 2.04 23 2.45 24 2.04 -
27 2 1.24 2 1.03 13 2.34 13 1.95 -
/ 3 2 2.55 2 2.13 1 2.35 1 1.96
10 2 2.00 2 1.67 1 2.15 5 2.30 6 1.96 -
17 2 1.73 2 1.44 1.68 5 1.40 -
24 .- 1 .80 3 .87 4 .75 -
7/1 -
15 -
22 -
29 -

TOTAL 113 2.36 38 2.08 151 2.20 2 2.04 39 2.28 121 2.30 160 2.00 -
Total Sales, Florida stock, all containers, Total Sales, Florida stock, all containers,
all sections -- 153 cars Avg. $2.20 all sections --- 160 cars Avg. $2.00.
.GRAND TOTAL 313 cars Avg. $2.11
ade available through the courtesy of the Florida Citrus Exchange, eTapa, Fla.





70 -
'WEM ED AiV E AUCTION BICES JIRIDA MTAIR & MARSK-TREDIESS GRAPEFRUIT


C H I C A G 0

FIA. IEULAE CIAPIERUIT Ind. Riv FIA. MARSH-SEEDIESS ERUIT In. Riv.

. Week Standard 2-Bushel Stad.& 2. Standard Standard 2-Bushel Si ann & St:adard
End- -,_9- .-B.s I a CaaAv g a. Baes I BCxes Comabi Ca s
ing *Cars lvg. CarslAvg. CasAvg. Casl AvAg. C Avg.l C:sAg CarsC|Avg CarsjiAvg.


9/10
.17
10/1
15
22
29
11/5
12
19
26
12/3
10
17
24
31

14
21
28
2/ 4
11
.18
25
3/ 4
11
18
25
4/ 1
8
15
22
29
5/ 6
13
20
27
6/ 3
10
17
24
7/ 1
8
15
22
29


TOTAL: 61 2.58 19 1.84 80 2.33 3 2.43 108 2.62 162 2.43 270 2.26 -
Total Sales, Florida stock, all containers, Total Sales, Florida stock, all containers,
all sections --- 83 cars Avg. $2.33 all sections --- 270 cars Avg. $2.26
GRAND TOTAL 353 cars Avg. $2.28
M1de available through the courtesy of the Florida Citrus Exchange, Teapa, Fla.


- 1 $3.80 1 $3.80 -
2 $3.30 2$3.30 -
12 3.30 12 3.30 2 3.78 2 3.78
9 2.55 1 $3.22 10 2.56 1 $2.80 7 3.37 7 3.37 -
6 2.20 1 2.32 7 2.16 16 2.99 16 2.9 -
4 2.46 4 2.46 16 2.9 6 $3.14 22 2.8P -
1 2.88 2 2.62 3 2.42 12 2.96 12 2.96
1 2.25 1 2.25 9 2.47 1 3.06 10 2.48
2 1.98 2 1.98 -
2 1.92 2 1.92 -
S - 1 2.24 1 2.24
1 2.68 1 2.04 2 2.19 -
1 2.08 1 2.08 -
1 2.03 1 2.03 -
1 1.66 1 1.66 -



1 2.12 1 2.12 1 1.87 1 1.8 -
1 2.47 1 2.47 1 2.82 2 2.20 2 2.20 -
2 1.68 3 1.44 5 1.39 1 1.79 1 1.79 -
1 1.70 1 1.42 -
2 2.08 1 1.71 3 1.86 -
1 3.14 1 1.3. 2 2.11 1 1.44 1 1.44 -
1 2.94 1 2.94 -
1 1.38 1 1.38 12.31 1 2.31 -
2 2.28 1 1.68 3 1.99 -
1 2.95 1 2.95 1 1.66 1 1.71 1 1.4 -
1 1.60 1 1.33 -
2 2.4 2 2.43 -
5 2.39 5 2.39 2.14 2.34 7 1.98 -
1 2.34 1 2.00 2 2.00 1 2.15 8 2.09 9 1.79 -
1 1.61 1 1.34 6 2.08 8 2.74 14 2.19 -
8.2.11 14 2.37 22 2.02 -
1 3.31 1 3.31 4 2.48 16 2.85 20 2.40 -
1 3.15 1 3.15 4 2.24 32 2.51 36 2.11 -
1 2.07 1 2.07 2 2.87 23 2.48 25 2.13 -
1 1.60 2 1.40 3 1.31 1 1.97 15 2.24 16 1.87 -
S 1 1.40 11 2.77 12 2.23 -
2 1.73 2 1.44 2 1.85 10 2.22 12 1.85
7 1.49 7 1.24
S - 11.40 3 1.43 4 1.24 -
- 1 1.30 1 1.30 -
- 1 .85 1 .71 -










.ST. LOUIS

S..G.u ...a.r...T -FLA. MasI-SEDIESS GRAPMEUIT
Standard 2-Bushel Stam. &2Bul Stand;ard Staandard 2-Bushel |Stard&2-Bu. Standard
-os- Boes Boxes I Boxes C, cari. B~C s
.cda_.s g. las.Avg'l Crs'Avg.TtC IA-vg. ICasvg. CarslAv. Cars IAvg. CrsIAvg.


.9/10
17
10/1.
8
15
22
29
11/5'
12
19
26
12/3
10
17
24
31

14
S21
28
2/ 4
11
18
3/ 4

/25
4/ 1
8
15-
22
29
5/ 6
13
20
27.
6/ 3,
10..
17.
24.
7/ 1
8
15
22..
29.


1OTAL 12 2.27 2 2.23 14 2.21 20 2.60 38 2.27 58 2.14 -
Total Sales, Florida, stock, all containers I Total Sales, Florida stock, all contaThers,


all sections --- 14 cars Avg. $2.21


I all sections --- 58 cars Avz. $2.14


SGRAND TOTAL 72 oars Avg. $2.16


Made available thro-gh the courtesy of the loria Citrus Ebchange,-'Tana, Fla.


1 $335 35 -
1 2.60 1 $3.05 2 2.57 1 $3.45 1 $3.45 -
7 2.21 7 2.2 .
2 2.10 2 2,10 3 2.69 1 $3.2 4 2.69 -
- 4 3.20 1 3.21 5 3.10 -
5 3.00 1 2.66 2.87 -
1 1.90 1 1.90
- 1 1.41 1 1.17 -

- -- - a - -
1- 1. -0 2.18 1 2. -


- 2.18 -1 182












-- 2.4 2.48

S 1 2.54 1 2.12 -
7 1.85 7 1.5
2.25 2 2.23 3 1.99 -
S- 2.00 9 2.54 10 .11 -
- - -- 9 2.26 9 1. 88
- 1 1.79 1 1. 4
S- 12, 1,8 1 1.75 1 1.46
2 2.23 2 1.86
S 2 90 2.00 4 1.28


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IEDARAGE O CES IA &S

~I~~8~II~a~L~~s* C ~xI~* N SNA renL~mg8TI


FIa. REG.UIAR GAP^RUIT Di. R FIA IMRSB-SEEDIESS GRBAPEIUI Ind. Riv.
SInd. P Id. v.

Standard 2-Bushel 2StL& 2-Bu dard Stanard I 2-Bushel Siad3. 4&2-Bu. Standard
&= Boxs' Cbe Boxers Boxes u BoSes b i B' s
Car l Cars|Ag Carsg. CasAg. 'Cars Avg. Cars|Avg. Cars|Ag Cars)


1 $3.75 .- 1$3.,75 - -
6 3.38 6 3.38 -
10 3.24 103.24 -
19 2.39 19 2.39 -
10 2.25 2.25 -. $2.50 2 $2.50
7 2.65 2.65 4 2.63 4 2.62
30 2.64 0 .64 4 3.15 1 $3.10 5 304 -
10 2.05 3 $1,98 13 1.9 2 2.20 1 2.80 3 2.25 -
10 1.75 1..75 1 1,95 1 1.95 -
1 2. -1 2.15 1 2.05 1 2.05 -
S2.28 7 2.28 1 2.30 1 2.30 -
3 2.43 3 .43 2.55 1 2.60 2 2.36 -
2 2.08 2 2.08 12.20 1 2.20 *
2 2.53 1 1.85 .. 3 2.20 -
3 2.10 3 2.10 12.00 1 2.00
2 2.20 2 2..20 ..1 $2.25 -
1 1.50 1 1. .. - 1 2.10 12.10


SWeek
End-



9/10
17
24
10/1
8
15
22

11/5
12
19

* 12/3
10
17
24
31

14
21
28
2/ 4
11
18
25
3/ 4
11
18
25
4/ 1
8
15
22
29
5/ 6
13
20
27
6/ 3
10
17
24
7/ 1
8
15
22
29


1.65
1.63
1.80
1.70




1.75
1.50
1.76
1.90
2.18

2.70




1.79
-


2.04
1.70
2,00
1,57
1.65
1.92
1.65
2.15
1.90
2.15
1.46
1.70
1.47
1.93
1.98
1.85

2.40
2.90
2.10
2.70
2.60
1.49


153 ^2.30 26 1.86 "179 2.19. 2


2.15




1.

m


-
w
I



-
-

-
-
-
-
o-


1.90
2,00
MO
1.80



2.15
2.01
1.95

1.65
1.85
2.40
2.08
2.08
2.12
2.13
1.98
1.76
2.45


.60


2.20 74 2.14


u
1.20






1.95
2.03
1.83
1.95
2.25
2.45
2.14
2.08
2.49
2.60
2.53
1.92
1.83
2.20
1.87
1.30

1.15


87 2.18


1.90
1.50
1.80



2.15
1.93
1.74
1.53
1.64
1.86
2.09
1.88
1.84
2.10
2.15
2.04
1.65
1.76
1.83
1.56
1.08
.60
.96


i,-










- S.




- S.



q.


161 1.96 -


"Total1 Sales, florida stoc~k;, ali con.taines,'" .- "T%a~i Saes, Floria stok, all containers,
all sections --- 181 cars Avg. $2.19 1all sections --- 1.61 oars Avg. $1.96


2.17
1.84
2.00
1.58
1.73
1.92
1.65
2.15
1.90
2.15

1.92

2.10
2.20
1.85

2.55
2.90
2.10
2.70
2.60


-I -


- TOTAL


GRAND A TOTAL 342 cars Avg. $2.09
-Made available throiigh the courtesy of- the Florida Citrus Exchange, Tampa, Fla.










D E T R 0 1 T

FLA. REUIAR IA~PUICE T Id FIA, MARs-$SEsD rSS ;PEdRUIT nd Ri
I
Week Standard I 2-Bushel 'IStad.& 3&1 Standard. Standard 2-Bushel Sancd. a& l Standard
End.- BQzxesJ Boxes ie. Boxes Boxes Boxe Comned Boxes
ing CsAvg. CarsAvg. Garsvg. CarslAvg. CarslAvg. CarsA -g. CarslAvg. CarsAv.


9/10 -- -
7 6 $3.28 6 3.28 $395 1$3.9
34 4 3.59 4 3.59 -
S 12 2.54 12 7 2.99 7 2.99
.8 4 2.54 4 2,54 7 2.91 7 2.91 -
15 .2 2.59 22.59 7 2.74 $3.5 92.72
22 3 3.04 3 3.04
29 2 2..09 1 $2.05 3 1.96 6 2.43 2 2.74 8 2.40
11/5 2 .2.08 1 2.06 3 -1.96 1 1.92 2 2.31 3 1.93
12 2 .03 1.69 1 .14 12.14 -
19 .- -
26 1 2.99 2 2.28 3 2.26 - -
12/3 -- -
10 .- 1 247 1 2.47 -
17 1 2.16 1 1.99 2 1.91 -
24 1$2.62 12.84
31 - -
/7 1 1.94 11.62 a
14 1 2.20 1 2.20 1 .93 1 2.32 2 1.93 2.94
21 1 .30 1 2.00 1 2.00 -
28 11.50. 1.25 a -
2/4 - -4
11 1 1.72 1 1.72 1 1.70 -
18 1 1.91 1 1.91 -
25 -.05 11.71
3/4 -
11 2.18 32.18
18 1.88 3 2.23 5 1.92 -
25 1 2.04 2 2.42 3 2.03
4/ 1 2 2.02 1.68 -
8 1 2.39 2 2.46 3 2.16 -
15 - 4 2.50 4 2.09. -
22 3 2.10. 5 2.37 8 2.02
29 21.85 2 1.54 12 2.29 123 1.91
5/6 1 1.70 1 1.42 3 1.84 12 2.11 15 1.78
13 2 2.79 3 3.05 5 2.64
20 1 2.78 1 2.32 14 2.65 14 2.21
27 1 2.48 16 2.36 17 2.00
6/ 3 12 2.07 12 1.73
10 2 2.93 2 2.44 -
17 4 1.85, 4 1.54 6 2.26 6 1.88 -
24 1 .80 3 1.78 4 1.31
7/ 1 1 .75 1 .75
O8 -2 -1- .
15 -
22 -
29 -

TOTAL 36 2.70 17 1.98 13.. 2.36. 3 2.21 55 2.48 106 2.36 161 2.14 2 2.89


Total Sales, Florida stock, all containers, Total Sales, Florida stock, all containers,
all sections --- 56 cars Avg.. $2.35 all sections -- 163 cars Avg. $2.15
,GAND TOTAL 219 cars Avg. $2.21
Made av. lable through the courtesy of the Florida Citrus Exchange, a mpa, Fla.
','. .. .






WEIGHTED AVZRAGM AUMWION M-ICES FIMRIDA I & MARSBMEtDESS GRAUEBKaUT
.,ht-a .S-n "

BALTIMORE

m. "EGUIAJ GSAPEFmIT FIA MA RS-SEEDLESS GRAP IT.T
I. ,yIn _, My.,
Week Standard 2-Bushel SMai & 3&a1. Standard Standard 2-Bushel Stad.& 2Bu Stadard
End- es B s Combned d Boes
ing CarsAg. Cars Avg. Cars Avg, .Cars Avg. CarsAvg. Cars Avg. CarsAvg. Cars

9/10 1 $3.50 1 3.50 -
17 .
24 2 3.15 3.15 -
10/1 3 2.07 3 2.07 -
8 2 2.27 2 .27 -- .
15 .- a .- -
22 22.67 2 .67 -
29 3 2.47 3 2.47 -
115 4 1472 1 $2.07 5 1.72 -
12 2 1.92 2 1.92 1 $1.25 1 $1.25 .
19 -
12/3 1 2.01 1 2.01 -
10 1 1.7 1 1.77 -
17 2 17 2 1.78 -
P4 2 22 + 2 2.2 -
31 1 1.9 1 1.90 -
17 2 1.79 1.79 -
14 2 1.78 2 1.78 -
21 2 1.80 2 1.80 -
28 2 2.02 1.8 1$2.14 11.78
2/ 4 1.67 1 2.10 3 1.83 -
11 1 1.54 1 2.9 2 1.69 -
18 1 2.16 1 1.80 1 1.82 11.82 -
25 3 1.88 3 1.57 2 $2.02 -
3/4 1 1.50 1 1.96 2 1.57 1 2.4 -
11 1 2.07 1 2.36 2 2.02 2 2.14 .
18 1 2.14 1 2.24 8 .00 1 2.06 -
25 2 1.84 2 2.11 4 1.80 -
4/1 1 1.89 1 2.00 2 1.78 1.81 1 2.03 3 1.77 -
8 2 1.98 2 1.65 1.83 2 1.53 -
15 1 1.71 1 2.31 2 1.82 2 2.12 2 1.77 -
22 2 1.86 4 2.27 6 1.88 12.11 1 2.11 -
29 4 1.98 4 1.65 1.73 1 1.3 3 1.51 -
5/ 6 1 2.02 2 2.39 3 2.00 -
13 12.01 12.01 -
20 a 6 2.6 6 2.24 -
27 8 2.16 8 1.80
6/ 3 32.24 3 1.87 31.86 3 1.55 -
10 5 2.13 5 1.78 1 .08 1 1.73 -
17 1 1.95 1 1.63 1 2.08 1 1.73 -
24 1 1.75 1 1.46 1 1.65 1 1.38 -
7/ 1 3 1.55 3 1.29
15 . a a a
22 - -
29 9 a a -

TOTAL 44 2.06 37 2.11 81 1.92 6 2.10 9 1.78 31 2.09 40 1.75 -
Total Sales, Florida stock, all containers, Total Sales, Florida stock, all containers,
all sections -- 87 cars Avg. $1.93 all sections -- 40 cars Avg. $1.75
GRAND XTOAL 127 cars Avg. $1.88
Made available through the courtesy of the Florida Citrus Exchange, Tapa, Fla.





75-
WEIGEDP A-ERA(! AUCTN RIS IDA BET .& MI-SDLMSS RAP T


TOTAL ALL CITIES


IA. BEGUIAR M MA3RUIT
Standard. 2-Bushel SStan& 2-Bu
Cas(Avg.' Cars Avg. WCarsAvg.


Week
End-
ing



17
9/10
8
15
22
29
12
19
12/3.
10
17
24
31
im
14
21
28
2/ 4

25
3/ 4
11
18
25
4/1
8
15
22
29
5/ 6
13
20
27
6/ 3
10
17
24
7/ 1
8
15
22
29


FL. MARSB-SEEDIESS RAPE~ UIT
"aiv. Ind. Biv.
ndard Standard 2-Bushel Stsed.&2-Bu Standard
s Ca-sA. Cars Avg.a Cars A Ca l


2 $3.63
24 3.32
88 3.20
170 2.46
128 2.34
97 2.43
85 2.58
134 2.19
89 1.80
62 1.85
54 2.19
60 2.40
83 2.17
94 1.99
60 1.89
34 2.03
39 1.87
62 1.91
68 1.81
49 1.70
44 1.64
36 1.72
38 1.75
24 1.80
23 1.86
24 1.73
26 1.73
21 1.91
40 1.93
36 1.70
24 1.82
33 2.03
24 1.93
14 1.84
16 1.58
13 2.26
18 2.19
17 1.93
8 2.06
6 1.69
1 2.93
1 1.36
1 1.17
1 1.57
1 1.34


2$3.63
4 3.32
2 $3.08 90 3.18
1 3.22 171 2.46
2 2.46 130 2.34
6 2.52 103 2.41
13 2.69 98 2.54
20 2.27 154 2.15
14 1.97 103 1.78
11 2.01 73 1.82
4 2.16 58 2.16
14 2.50 74 2.34
15 2.27 98 2.12
13 2.02 107 1.95
7 1.97 67 1.86
19 2.02 53 1.91
12 1.92 51 1.80
6 1.84 68 1.88
13 1.91 81 1.77
12 1.84 61 1.67
21 1.73 65 1.58
10 1.76 46 1.67
14 1.91 .5, 1.71
17 1.86 41 1.70
23 1.85 46 1.70
14 1.86 38 1.66
20 1.98 46 1.70
19 1.96 40 -1.78
29 2.01 69 1.82
51 1.77 87 1.57
26 1.95 50 1.72
27 2.04 60 1.88
30 2.02 .54 1.79
34 1.86 48 1.63
26 1.84 42 1.55
16 2.25 29 2.05
27 2.33 45 2.04
19 1.73 36 1.67
21 1.96. 29 1.75
18 1.86 24 1.59
30 1.57 31 1.36
7 .90 8 .83
3 1.03 3 .86
1 1.75 2 1.32
2 1.40 2 1.17
1 1.57
1 1.34


2 $3.53
4 3.51
3 3.03
6 2.97
12 3.02
14 2.89
P 2.72
0.18.
3 2.2
18' 2.65
28 2.95
37 2.58
23 2.43
29 2.32
29 2.44
19 2.33
33 2.32
43 2.20
65 2.05
49 2.01
49 2.06
44 2.14
42 2.14
55 2.08
53 1.99
41 2.05
38 2.09
22 2.13
22 2.18
8 2.36
13 2.31
6 2.53
4 1.76
3 2.55
1 1.73
.1 1.90
3 1.34


1 $3.80
2 3.96
7 3.67
37 3.09
72 2.80
79 2.74
65 2.96
97 2.53
59 2.19
33 2.08
31 2.37
24 2.80
35 2.73
59 2.38
32 2.15
30 2.24
42 2.13
35 2.08
42 2.08
Q 1.93
38 1.96
33 1.99
28 2.15
31 2.03
29 2.04
34 1.86
36 2.00
25 1.98
14 2.11
40 .1.89
29 2.08
32 2.08
44 2.05
55 1.89
50 1.79
38 2.11
43 2.21
43 1.98
20 1.97
16 1.94
20 1.59
17 1.49
19 1.34
12 1.61
1 2.50
7 1.41
2 1.33


1 $3. 2
15 2.98
3 2.93
23 2.78
12 2.42
7 2.29
14 2.46
10 2.92
10 3.02
30 2.48
15 2.21
5 2.48
6 2.75
20 2.52
15 2.17
14 2.16
23 2.09
13 2.32
13 2.27
30 2.02
33 1.96
28 1.94
36 2.12
39 2.19
47 2.23
76 2.07
78 2.18
94 2.28-
102 2.17
137 2.08
116 2.10
96 2.52
174 2.51
164 2.16
105 2.07
91 2.12
79 1.82
53 1.47
16 1.49
5 1.13
2 1.00
2 1.44


TL- 1972 $2.14 689 $1.96 2661 $2.00 912 2.25 1588 $2.22 1852 $2.19 3440 $2.01 1542 $2.71
Total Sales, Florida stock, all containers," Total Sales, Florida stock, all containers,
all sections -- 3,573 cars Avg. $2.06 all sections 4,982 cars Ag. $2.23
GRAND 'OTAL 8,555 cars Avg. $2.16
Made available through the courtesy of the Florida Citrus Exchange, Tampa, Fla.


1 $3.80
2 3.96
7 3.67
3 3.09
7 2.80
94 2.70
68 2.93
120 2.49
71 2.16
40 2.05
45 2.27
34 2.69
45 2.69
89 2.27
47 2.05
35 2.22
48 2.15
55 2.09
57 2.01
64 1.90
61 1.88
46 1.97
41 2.07
61 1.86
62 1.82
62 1.75
72 1.88
64 1.89.
61 1.92
116 1.78
107 1.88
126 1.95
146 1.88
192 1.78
166 1.76
134 2.10
217 2.12
207 1.84
125 1.76
107 1.79
99 1.53
70 1.29
35 1.29
17 1.41
3 1.39
9 1.36
2 1.33


- -

1 $3.35
4 3.65
6 3.60
10 3.64
15 3.63
10 3.52
24 2.91
41 2.76
38 3.09
26 3.50
23 3.53
38 3.16
40 2.82
30 3.21
36 3.13
39- 2.88
44 2.78
41 2.63
37 2.66
38 2.75
60 2.60
38 2.56
58 2.49
78 2.35
78 2.35
63 2.43
51 2.67
69 2.49
62 2.57
49 2.77
53 2.68
67 2.45
77 2.29
64 2.68
50 2.83
37 2.70
26 3.04
10 2.97
10 2.60
1 2.13
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TOI( 9 AVERAE. AUCTION .RICES. GPTEJIT (ALYL .RIETIE' 1937-38 SEAA)N

I Y


Week
Ending
1937
Spt. 10
17
24
Oct. 1
8
15
22
29
Nov. 5
12
.19
26
Dec. 3
10
17
24
31
Jan. 7
14
21
28
Feb. 4
18
25
Mar. 4
11
18
25
Apr. 1
8
15
22
29
May 6
13
20
27
June 3
10
17
24
July 1
8
15
229
29


NEW YORK CITY.


-FiRDAITOC -. d'XAS 'STOL


Ca. sa Cars Avg. Av.


$3.46 2 $3.53
3.13 4 3.51
2.64 6 3.48
2.45 11 3.35
2.45 19 3.34
2.60 25 3.31
2.31 28 2.98
2.01 48 2.50
1.93 50 2.59
2.21 41 3.01
2.49 42 3.20
2.35 45 2.99
2.12 47 2.96
1.94 49 2.68
2.08 39 2.88
2.01 44 2.90
2.05 57 2.65
1.87 62 2.53
1.73 67 2.33
1.77 59 2.37
1.89 53 2.53
1.94 66 2.58
1.79 58 2.43
1.71 80 2.32
1.65 87 2.21
1.75 78 2.31
1.88 70 2.37
1.98 52 2.65
1.70 65 2.45
1.77 53 2.56
1.87 47 2.72
1.93 35 2.93
1.71 53 2.48
1.50 64 2.21
1.86 41 2.67
2.16 30 3.00
1.83 25 2.96
1.87 22 3.09
1.68 7 3.11
1.40 9 2.32
1.32 1 2.13
1.39 -
1.56 -
1.45 -
1.38
1.33


2,$2.76
12 2.10
7 2.28
3. 2.51
5 2.87
6: 2.63
19 2.16
14: 1.99
8; 2.13
8 2.18
7 2.38
9 2.35
13 2.42,
27 2.14
26' 1.89
24- 1.97
22' 2.05
20 2.22
1P 2.39
18 2.36
21 2.17
24. 2.20
14 2.08
9 2.50
6 3.03
7 2.82
5 2.52
3 2.45
1 2.63
3 1.84
9 -
-


PHILADELPHIA


I. __________________________________


FI OIDA S~oCK TXA STOCK
Std.& 2-Bu. Indian Riva" Std.& 2-Bu.
_Zgakipi.i standard mbi
CarscAvg. CaaTs jAvg. Cars Avg.


1 $3.75
20 3.13
30 3.45
26 2.38
30 2.52
25.2.60
42 2.30
34 1.87
18 1.84
24. 2.16
27 2.48
35 2.26
39 2.09
23 2.01-
21 1.91-
18 1.93
26 1.84
18 1.93
S34 1.85
23 1.62
18 1.78
13 1.69,
15 1.80
20 1.91
23 1.78
25 1.78
28 1.79
26 1.65
28 1.57
23 1.96
34 1.80
33 1.74
26 1.66
21 1.69
20 2.06
24 2.09
35 1.81
12 1.78
21 1.68
10 1.54
10 1.29
6 1.01
3 .97


1.$3.35

1 3.10
1 2.90
1 2.30
5 2.23
10 2.44
6 3.01
3 3.27
4 2.80
S5 2.86
.10 2.51
7 2.70
3 2.77
5 2.47
11 2.42
10 2.27
11 2.19
13 2.05
12 2.31
8 2.21
20 2.20
16 2.04
13 2.16
11 2.28
8 2.18
14 2.32
5 2.60
6 2.67
9 2.33
4 2.41
4 2.38
8 2.73
9 2.45
2 1.75
W-


-


5 $2.66
6 2.29
2 2.30
1 2.95
2 3.02
6 2.64
15 2.28
11 2.00
8 2.08
5 1.99
10 2.02
2 2.40
11 2.25
20 1.91
17 1.86
13 1.90
9 1.93
9 2.22
10 2.18
6 2.11
5 2.49
14 2.26
12 1.94
5 2.36
5 2.71
4 2.48
3 2.30
1 2.30


: -iI-
STOTAL 3140 1.97 1741 2.62 362 2.22 988 1.98 256 2.37 217 2.15
Total Sales, Florida stock all contia aers, TotalSales, Florida stock, all contain-
all sections 4,881 cars Avg. $2.20 ers, all sections 1,244 cars Avg.$206
Made available through the courtesy of the Florida Citrus Exchange, Tampa, Fla.
r




77 -

EICG ED AVERAGEE AUCTION PRICES Gc;EFUTJI (ALL VARIETIES) 1937-38 SEASON


BOSTON X PITTSBURGH

FlORIDA STOCK TEXAS STOCK FaIDA STOCK IA T STOM
Std.c 2-Bu. Iian aiver Std. & 2-Bu. Std.& 2-Bu. I nia~ Rivg Std. & 2-Bu.
Week CmbStandard Cmbined combined da Combined L
Ending CaxrsjAvg. C ax|Ag. Cas|Avg. Cars Avg. CarAvg. CarsIg.


sent. 10
17
24
Oct, 1
8
15
22
29
Nov. 5
12
19
26
Dec. 3
10
17
24
31
13~3.
Jan. 7
14
21
28
Feb. 4
11
18
25
Mar. 4
S11
18
25
Apr. 1
8
15
22
29
May 6
13
20
27
June 3
10
17
24
July 1
8
15
22
29


TOTAL'
Total S<
all sec


- -

1 $3.70
17 2.61
18 2.61
15 2.33
8 2.71
20 2.35
11 1.82
13 1.82
3 1.97
4 2.42
10 2.25
12 1.93
9 1.73
4 1.77
9 1.78
8 1.63
7 1.88
8 1.75
5 1.58
8 1.74
6 1.61
4 1.49
5 1.84
5 1.79
9 1.71
2 1.63
5 1.77
18 1.76
11 1.92
4 1.93
13 1.74
17 1.66
11 1.49
2 1.93
23 2.02
20 1.39
14 1.11
5 1.25
3 1.53
9 1.06
1 1.19
1 1.17


1 $2.64
2 3.04
.3 3.09
5 2.98
9 2.39
12 2.27
9 2.64
9 .3.25
11 2.81
9 .2.51
10 2.38
10 2.83
8 2.59

10 2.50
12 2.37
25 2.13
15 2.10
21 2.13
25 2.03
14 2.04
11 2.29
27 2.26
26 2.10
19 2.05
12 2.18
12 2.35
12 2.45
9 2.43
14 2.24
10 2.31
13 2.46
17 2.69
11 2.70
11 2.20
5 2.58
3 2.64
4 2.29


- -


- -


2 $2.45
6 2,00



3 2.33
3 2.02
1 2.30


2
2


'1



i
1

1

1

1
1i
t


1.97
1.87

1.40
1.59



2.13
1.20


2.07


1.67
1.36

-


1 $3.05
3 3.49
7 2.70
5 2.31
2 2.67
5 2.78
5 2.28
3 1.87

3 2.43
2 .2.20
3 2.04
2 2.24
3 2.21
4 2.02
4 ,2.04
3 ,2.00
6 2.01
3 1.73
2 2.01
6 2.25
6 1.82
4 2.00
11 1.79
2 '1.78
4 2.19
9 1.88
6" 1.92
9 2.13
9 1.81
4 1.99
6 1.95
7 2.29
14 2.08
11' 1.52
2 1.62
5 1.87
5' 1.50
1I 1.00
-. -
- -i,


*- -


1 $3.16
11 2.59
9 2.14
6 2.20
3 2.50
1 2.68
6 2.66
15 2.27
12 2.15
4 1.99
1 2.33


- 7
- 8
S6
1 $2.03 7
14
10
5
9
8
- 4
3
3
5
3

1 2.31 1
1

1 2.22 -


2.20
2.16
2.09
2.02
1.95
2.10
2.20
2.01
2.47
2.34
2.24
2.16
1.83
2.11
2.98
2.40
a,


378 1.88 436 2.35 33 1.83 .187.- 2,05 3 2.19 .163 2.26
ales, Florida stock, all containers, ..... Total Sales, Florida stock, all contain-
tions 814 cars Avg. $2,13 ers, all sections'- 190 cars Avg. $2.05
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78 -
WEIGHTED AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES GRAPERUIT (ALL VARIETIES) 1937-38 SEASON


CLEVELAND CHICAGO

FIOB STOCK' TEXAS STOCK =RIDA SOCK TEXAS SMCK
Std& 2-Bu. I ndi tie Std.& 2-Bu. Std.& 2-Bu. Indian Rive Std.& 2-Bu.
Week Cmid Stal ad. .Caombined Cmbinea Staiard. Cobinpd
Ending CarsATig. Cars Avg. CarslAvg. CajrsAvg. CarsAvg. CarsIAvg.


Sept 10
17
24
Oct. 1
8
15
22
29
Nov. 5
12
19
26
Dec. 3
10
17
24
31

Jan. 7
14
21
28
Feb. 4
11
18
25
Mar. 4
11
18
25
Apr. 1
8
15
22
29
May 6
13
20
27
June 3
10
17
24
July 1
8
15
22
29..


3 $3.25
5 3.46
16 2.35
20 2.56
8 2.59
11 3.02
16 2.37
6 1.89
2 2.11
5 2.35
4 2.30
6 2.01
5 2.12
1 1.57

4 2.04

4 2.21
8 1.84
4 1.84
5 1.86
5 1.64
1 1.00
1.55
. 1.63
1 1.81
8 2.06
8' 1.83
7' 1.56
5: 1.68
4 1.94
12 2.12
12 1.70
13 1.86
18 2.03
14 2.42
28 2.03
15 1.83
3 2.07
8 1.88
7 1.41
4 .75





1.


5 $330
-


21 2.51
16 2.12
13 2.25
11 2.40
11 2.41
14 2.33
17 2.13
16 2.18
12 2.12
S13 2.03

20 2.03
15 2.02
25 2.10
33 .1.98
24 1.78
20 1.91
23 1.90
16 1.84
19 2.17
1 2.21
20 2.13
21 1.95
18 1.96
12 2.34
13 2.63
13 2.08
3 2.04
2 2.53
1 2.24
1 1.95


- -


TOTAL 311 2.10 2 2.04 467 2-.-12 350 2.28 3 2.43 838 2.09

Total Sales, Florida stock, all containers, Total Sales, Florida stock all containers
all sections 313 cars Avg. $2.11 all sections 353 cars $2.28
lode available. through the courtesy of the Florida Citrus Exchange, Tampa, Fla.


1 $2.80
-


: 1.$2.00
1. 2.07








-
-
-. -


1 $3.80
2 3.30
14 3.37
17 2.89
23 2.73
26 2.82
15 2.85
11 2.46
2 1.98
2 1.92
1 2.24
2 2.19
1 2.08
1 2.03
1 1.66



2 2.00
3 2.29
6 ,1.46
1 :1.42
3 1.86
3 1.89
1 2.94
2 1.85
3 1.99
2 2.19
1 1.33
2 2.43
12 2.15
11 1.83
15 2.13
22 2.02
21 2.44
37 2.14
26 2.13
19 1.78
12 2.23
-.14 1.79
- 7 1.24
4 1.24
1 1.30
1 .71
i-


10 $2.99
24 2.39
27 2.00
19 2.08
19 2.45
21 2.35
27 2.15
21 2.07
29 1.98
31 2.06
27 1.98
34 1.87
32 1.95
36 2.01
47 1.83
36. 1.81
29 1.91
32 1.91
31 1.95
27 2.26
35 2.22
46 2.02
35 2.00
33 2.06
32 2.33
33 2.58
28 2.10
15 2.20
9 2.01
9 2.30
2 2.48
1 2.58
1 1.20


2.82


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79 -
VIGHIED &gRWA- E.&TIOTN BRCES GRABEBKIT (ALL VARIETIES) 1937-38 S&a=O


Week
Ending


Sept. 10
17
24
Oct. 1
8
15
22
29
Nov. 5
12
19
26
Dec. 3
10
17
24
31
1938
Jan. V7
14
21
28
Feb. 4
11
18
25
Mar. 4
11
18
25
Apr. 1
8
15
.22
329
May 6
13
20
27
June 3
10
17
24
July 1
8
-15
22
29


1$3.35
3 2.86 -
7 2.21 -
6 2.49
5 3.10 -
6 2.87
1 1.90
1 1.17

1 1.60













S2.18 -

S1.82 -
1 2.48
1 2.12 -
7 1.54
3 1. -
10 2.11
9 1.88
1 1.49
1 1.46
2 1.86 -
4 1.28
10 2.1 -


i -


6 $2.74
21 2.12
14 1.69
12 1.94
13 1.97
8 2.08
17 1.83
15 1.83
15 1.88
17 1.77
10 1.72
16 1.57
15 1.77
29 1.68
29 1.40
22 1.43
22 1.50
22 1.59
18 1.65
19 1.81
20 1.80
24 1.79
25 1.52
27 1.67.
17 1.96
19 2.26
25 1.80
9 1.71
5 2.13
6 1.88
2 1.62.
1 1.40


TOTAL 72 2.16 520 1.76 340 2.08 2 2.20 404 2.06

Total Sales, Florida stock, all containers ITotal Sales, Florida stock, all containers
all sections 72 cars Avg. $2.16 I all sections 342 cars Avg. $2.09
Mad available through the courtesy of the Florida Citrus Exchange, Tampa, 2la.


1 $3.75 -
6 3.38 -
10 3.24 -
19 2.39 -
12 2.29 -
11 2.64 -
15 2.77 -
16 2.01 -
11 1.77 -
2 2.10 -
8 2.28 -
5 2.4 -
3 2.
3 2.2 -
4 2.08 -
2 2.20 1 $2.25
2 1.80 -
7 2.02 -
9 1.66
1 2.00 1 2.15
7 1.60 -
4 1.65 -
3 1.92
1 1.65 -
2 2.15
2 2.03 -
S2.01 -
6 1.69 -
9 1.64 -
8 1.55 -
5 1.90 -
14 2.04 -
22 1.87 -
16 1.84 -
17 2.14 -
12 2.1 -
24 2.05 -
10 1.76 -
9 1.8 -
4 1.83 -
7 1.52 -
1 1.08 -
1 .60 -
1 .96 -
.


- -
- -

5 $3.04
14 2.33
9 1.93
12 2.21
10 2.53
10 2.31
16 2.11
15 2.21
17 1.95
15 1.91
9 1.90
14 1.98
15 1.89
14 2.20
22 1.78
22 1.85
19 1.97
12 1.86
18 2.06
15 2.13
18 2.21
17 2.07
21 1.74
15 1.81
20 2,30
11 2.35
10 2.09
5 1.99
3 1.86
1 2.70



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80 -

WEIGrED AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES GEBS1RUIT (AL -VARIETIES) 1937-38 SEASON



DETROIT BALTIMORE

FI=MIDA S1OCK ITEXS STOCK IRFIIDA STOCK TEAS STOCK
Std. & 2-Bu. I an 'Eiver Std. & 2-Bu. Std. & 2-Bu. dian Ria' Std. & 2-Bu.
Week Ci C-i d a e Stnard C S
Ending CarsAvg. CrsAvg. Carsvg. Cars Avg. CarsAvg. Cars A
-~~ ~ car! Cr Iv~


Sept. 10
17
24
Oct. 1
8
15
22
29
Nov. 5
12
19
26
Dec. 3
10
17
24
31

Jan. 7
14
21
28
Feb. 4
11
18
25
Mar. 4
11
18
25
Apr. 1
8
15
22
29
May 6
13
20
27
June 3
10
17
24
July 1
8
15
22
29


7 $3.38
4 3.59
19 2.71
11 2.78
11 2.70
3 3.04
11 2.28
6 1.95
3 1.84

3 2.26

1 2.47
2 1.91



1 1.62
3 2.02
1 2.00
1 1.25

1 1.72
1 1..91
1 1.71

3 2.18
5 1.92
3 2.03
? 1.68
32.16
4 2.09
8 2.02
14 1.86
16 1.75
5 2.64
15 2.22
17 2.00-
12 1.73
2 2.44
10 1.75
4 1.31
1 .75
- -


- -
-












2 $2.73
- -
- -













1 2.94
- -
- -
- -




- e






1 2.30


1 1.70
- -

- -


- -





- -


9 $3.17
-



22 2.50
16 2.18
15 2.26
9 2.42
14 2.60
18 2.32
1$ 2.35
21 2.22
17 2.22
8 2.29

21 2.14
20 2.19
23 2.09
25 1.93
18 1.96
22 1.99
23 1.97
20 2.08
13 2.41
23 2.27
23 2.29
25 2.09
23 2.08
15 2.40
13 2.64
19. 2.28
5 2.51
5 2.51
4 2.12
3 2.26
- *


1 $3.50
- i
2 3.15
3 2.07
2 2.27

2 2.67
3 2.47
5 1.72
3 1.70


1 2.01
1 1.77
2 1.78
2 2.22
1 1.90

2 1.79
2 1.78
2 1.80
3 1.71
3 1..83
2 1.69
2 1.81
3 1.57
2 1.57
2 2.02
2 2.00
4 1.80
5 1.77
4 1.59
4 1.79
7 1.91
7 1.59
9 2.00
1 2.01
6 2.24
8 1.80
6 1.71
6 1.77
2 1.68
2 1.42
3 1.29

. .


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2 $2.02
1 2.24
2 2.14
1 2.06
- a
- -
















- -
- i




i -.2
- 2.1
i -.0

- -

- -
- -
- -

- -


- -


- -



. -



- -







1 $2.29





3 1.80


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a a

a a
I ,


1 $2.29





3~ 1.80~
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r

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TOTAL 214 2.20 5 2.48 511 2.23 121 1.87 6 2.10 4 1.92

Total Sales, Florida stock, all containers, Total Sales, Florida stock, all containers
all sections 219 cars Avg. $2.21 1 all sections 127 cars Avg. $1.88
Made available through the courtesy of the Florida Citrus Exchange, Tampa, Fla.





81 -
WEIGETD AVERAGE ACTION PRICES RAPEFRUIT (ALL VARIETIES) 1937-38 SEASON


TOTAL -ALLL CITIES

FIRIDLA. STOCEXAS S K
Std. & 2-Bu. I ndian River Std. & 2-Bu.
Week Ccmbid I Standard Combined
Ending Cars Avg.I Cs Avg. Cars Avg.

Sept. 10 3 $3.68 -
17 26 3.37 2 $3.53
24 97 3.22 5 3.48 -
Oct. 1 208 2.57 7 3.38 -
8 203 2.50 12 3.29 -
15 197 2.55 22 3.30
22 166 2.70 29 3.27 36 $3.05
29 274 2.30 34 2.96 122 2.41
Nov. 5 174 1.93 62 2.46 115 2.03
12113 1.90 72 2.52 86 2.16
19 103 2.21 56 2.95 69 2.37
26 108 2.45 54 3.21 72 2.43
Dec. 3 143 2.30 60 2.94 110 2.22
10 196 2.10 61 2.88 139 2.17
17 114 1.94 69 2.61 135 2.04
24 88 2.03 59 2.83 114 2.03
31 99 1.97 55 2.85 83 2.03
Jan. 7 123 1.97 72 2.62 131 1.98
14 138 1.87 87 2.49 118 2.02
21 125 1.7 106 2.27 19? 2.05
28 126 1.72 6 2.29 210 1.85
Feb. 4 9 1.82 87 2.36 188 1.79
11 93 1.87 104 2.41 163 1.89
18 10M 1.80. 80 2.34 148 1.89
25 108 1.77 113 2.29 141 1.99
Mar. 4 100 1.72 131 2.20 130 2.21
11 118 1.81 119 2.24 143 2.18
18 104 1.84 101 2.30 160 2.08
25 130 1.87 73 2.50 169 1.95
Apr. 1 203 1.69 91 2.42 147 1.94
8 157 1.83 70 2.54 11 2.29
15 186 1.92 62 2.67 100 2.54
22 200 1.86 59 2.66 108 2.13
29 240 1.75 67 2.45 46 2.15
May 6 208 1.72 81 2.26 27 2.20
13 163 2.09 67 2.67 20 2.13
20 262 2.11 50 2.83 12 2.19
27 243 1.81 38 2.67 6 1.81
June 3 154 1.76 27 3.00 1 1.20
10 131 1.75 10 2.97 -
17 130 1.49 13 2.31
24 78 1.24 1 2.13 -
July 1 38 1.26 -
8 19 1.40 -
15 5 1.30 -
22 10 1.38 -
29 3 1.33 -


TOTAL 6,101 2.01 2,454 2.54 3,519 2.08
Total Sales, Florida stock, all containers,
all sections ------------------- 8,555 cars Avg. $2.16
Made available through the courtesy of the Florida Citrus Excange, Tampa, Fla.





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WEIGHTED AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES FMIDA TAEgERINES 1937-38 SEASON
Prices quoted onbasis of: 4/5 bushel box

Week E YERK CITY PHIIAlEIPHIL BOS1ON PITTSBIRG
XEning Cars Average Cars Aver ago Cars Average Car s Average

Nov. 12 10 $2.17 1 $1.75 1 $1.86 -
19 27 2.30 2 2.30 -
26 4 32.52 8 2.46 2 2.37 1 $2.36
Dec. 3 67 1.85 14 1.87 6 1.91 4 1.68
10 106 1.44 30 1.61 9 1.66 8 1.68
17 95 1.26 34 1.38 10 1.25 7 1.46
24 112 1.29 54 1.17 14 1.53 13 1.31
31 73 1.37 27 1.31 15 1.28 6 1.35
Jan. 7 150 1.02 43 1.02 16 .96 15 1.09
14 92 .89 27 .95 18 .92 7 1.01
21 66 1.07 23 .94 14 .91 5 1.04
28 87 1.08 29 1.11 7 1.26 10 1.26
Feb. 4 74 1.08 28 .98 11 1.11 6 1.19
11 85 1.15 18 1.14 16 1.03 6 1.25
18 77 1.08 18 1.13 5 1.00 6 1.07
25 58 1.09 16 .95 2 1.12 1 1.26
Mar. 4 38 1.12 10 .90 3 1.27
11 26 1.23 -
18 13 1.14 -
25 8 1.07 -
Apr. 1 3 .69 -
8 2 1.26 -

1OTAL 1,311 1.26 382 1.21 149 1.20 95 1.28




Week CIEVELAND CHICAGO ST. IOUIS CINCINNATI
Ending Cars I Average Cars I Average Cars Average Cars I Average

Nov. 12 1 $1.25
19 1 2.45
26 3 $2.06 3 $2.30 5 1.85
Dec. 3 1 1.59 3 2.08 -1 1.65
10 17 1.52 1 1.50 4 $1.47 14 1.42
17 11 1.50 11 1.50 4 1.48 14 1.25
24 7 1.58 18 1.30 10 1.32 16 1.30
31 15 1.43 10 1.32 9 1.29 9 1.36
Jan. 7 15 1.00 23 1.08 12 .82 20 .90
14 8 .94 6 .84 3 .88 9 .91
21 5 1.20 12 1.22 5 1.11 6 1.01
28 11 1.21 16 1.01 4 .92 3 1.08
Feb. 4 9 1.08 7 1.10 5 .98 10 .98
11 3 1.18 9 1.04 5 .96 4 1.10
18 5 1.21 4 1.12 5 1.05 2 1.13
25 4 1.12 10 1.31 4 .98 6 1.17
Mar. 4 1 1.25 2 1.07 3 .93
11 2 1.25 1 1.33 2 1.02 1 .89
18 -
25 - - - -
Apr. 1 1 .88 "
8 -.- .- --

I TAL 117 .1.30 149 1.25 74 1.10 125 1.18

Made available through the courtesy of the Florida Citrus Erchange, Tampa, Fla.


I I I I




83 -
EIGHTED AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES FIRIDA TA RINES 1937-38 MASON
Prices quoted on basis of 4/5 bushel box

Week DEROIT BALTIIARE
Ending Cars I Average Cars Average

Nov. 12 1 $.10 -
19 -
26 1 2.23 -
Dec. 3 1 2.19 1 $1.44
10 8 1.58 3 1.44
17 9 1.46 -
24 9 1.21 3 1.22
31 7 1.26 2 1.20
.1938
Jan. 7 12 1.03 4 .94
14 8 .85 3 .79
21 2 1.01 2 .84
28 7 1.15 2 1.00
Feb. 4 8 1.08 1 1.18
11 3 1.13 1 1.05
18 5 1.41 1 1.01
25 5 1.09 -
Mar. 4 1 1.22 -
11 1 1.24 -
25 -

Apr. -
8 -

i0TAL 88 1.23 23 1.08



WEIGHTED AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES FICRIDA TANGERINES 1937-38 SEAMN

^ TAL ALL CITIES
1ng Cars I Average .

Nov. 12 14 $2.04
19 30 2.31
26 65 2.42
Dec. 3 98 1.85
10 214 1.50
17 195 1.33
24 256 1.29
31 173 1.34
7J. 310 1.01
14 181 .90
21 140 1.04
28 176 1.10
Feb. 4 159 1.06
11 150 1.12
18 128 1.10
25 106 1.09
Mar. 4 58 1.08
11 33 1.21
18 13 1.14
25 8 1.07
Apr. 1 4 .74
8 2 1.26

TOTAL 2,513 1.24

Made available through the courtesy of the Florida Citrus Exchange.





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FIRILA. AUCTION SASS. 1926/27-1937/38
Furnished thr gh the courtesy
of the
Statistical Depeartment Florida Citrus Exchange, Tampa, Florida.



ORANGES

Y. PHZTL. BOST. PIT CIEVPT. = IC. S, T..L. CINC I. E. BALT. JID.T


Cars 10228
1937-38 Average $2.26

Cars 9112
1936-37 Average $3.23
Cars 7503
1935-36 Average $3.02

Cars 8243
1934-35 Average $2.61
Cars 7613
1933-34 Average $2.75
Cars 9238
1932-33 Average $2.43

Cars 6517
1931-32 Average $3.40
Cars 8444
1930-31 Average $3.53
Cars 4848
1929-30 Average $4.94
Cars 6440
1928-29 Average $3.45
Cars 3748
1927-28 Average $6.17
Cars 4534
1926-27 Average $4.10


3376 1849 495 898 1394 413
2.30 2.24 2.18 2.28 2.39 2.05
3164 1657 429 824 108Q 264
3.15 3.28 3.12 3.21 3.33 3.01
2624 1561 340 559 878 249
2.93 3.02 2.95 3.04 3.15 2.72
2720 1419 511 578 1070 258
2.47 2.58 2.44 2.53 2.59 2.34
2633 1436 515 526 894 266
2.62 2.69 2.54 2.63 2.67 2.46
2868 1419 579 553 921 273
2.45 2.53 2.35 2.40 2.55 2.30
2228 1182 511 497 776 174
3.21 3.24 3.06 3.20 3.25 2.90
3164 1679 952 707 1112 358
3.30 3.37 3.14 3.27 3.34 3.05
1409 982 7. .39 395 621 211
3.98 4.43 3.79 4.70 5.08 4.15
3193 1449 816 550 757 -
3.01 3.03 2.79 2.82 3.12 -
1844 671 521 324 640 -
5.30 5.27 4.91 4.88 5.18
2042 928 723 432 687 330
3.68 3.73 3.42 3.46 3.60 3.22


1181
2.16
708
3.12
555
2.87
553
2.35
495
2.47
614
2.30
447
3.14
729
3.14
483
4.38
582
2.79
410
4.88
529
3.50


550 302 20686
2.26 1.98 2.24
412 282 17932
3.27 2.98 3.21
271 240 14780
3.08 2.82 3.00
280 258 15890
2.47 2.44 2.56
267 142 14786
2.69 2.88 2.70
256 16721
2.46 2.44
179 12511
3.26 3.30
308 17453
3.21 3.40
9688
4.62
13787
3.15
8158
5.62
10205
3.81


GRAPEFRUIT
SEASON N. Y EIL, BOST PITTS CWVE. CHIC, ST.L. CIKCI. ETR. BA9T. TOTAL
Cars 4881 1244 814 190 313 353 72 342 219 127 8555
1937-38 Average $2.20 2.06 2.13 2.05 2.11 2.28 2.16 2.09 2.21 1.88 2.16

Cars 5376 1650 956 274 415 494 151 423 307 151 10197
1936-37 Average $2.24 2.06 2.22 2.14 2.29 2.58 2.53 2.24 2.41 2.12 2.23
Cars 3928 1072 872 262 396 395 132 340 251 117 7765
1935-36 Average $2.67 2.38 2.49 2.40 2.54 2.68 2.40 2.32 2.62 2.28 2.57

Cars 4893 1326 898 389 403 721 200 444 350 135 9759
1934-35 Average $2.04 1.81 1.93 1.94 2.09 2.19 2.05 1.92 2.10 1.86 2.00
Cars 3948 1129 696 310 388 684 221 370 298 41 8085
1933-34 Average $2.41 2.35 2.40 2.38 2.39 2.55 2.37 2.29 2.51 2.42 2.39





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FIRIDA AUCTION SALES. 1926/27-1937/38


STJ.. ECcI.


Cars
1932-33 Average
Cars
1931-32 Average
Cars
1930-31 Average
Cars
1929-30 Average
Cars
1928-29 Average
Cars
1927-28 Average
Cars
1926-27 Average


5138
$2.05
4680
$2.49
5269
$2.66,
3253
$4.45
3868
$3.61
2196
$4.98
3229
$3.67


1266
1.95
1254
2.34
1610
2.42
1153
4.00
1147
3.09
799
4.11
963
3.18


BOST .
892
2.06
935
2.50
1037
2.44
756
4.00
814
3.12
534
4.26
809
3.35


PITT&

429
2.02
505
2.38
762
2.41
640
3.70
480
2.92
338
3.86
483
3.14


433
2.21
510
2.49
718
2.44
458
4.15
425
2.89
280
4.15
507
3.22.


730
2.29
805
2.59
1388
2.55
1029
4.81
1149
3.32
1029
4.68
1168
3.51


22
1.9
20
2.4
46
2.3
23
4.0


29
3.0


,8 409
6 2.01
)7 354
1 2.31
S2 425
8 2.33
.5 303
G3 3.93
- 278
- 2.79
- 235
- 3.80
16 284
)3 3.01


ME1R, BAS"A 2TAI=
330 9863
2.31 2.06
328 9578
2.54 2.47
516 12187
2.51 2.54
S 7827
4.28
8161
3.34
5411
4.56
7739
3.44


TANGERI NE S


Cars
1937-38 Average

Cars
1936-37 Average
Cars
1935-36 Average
Cars
1934-35 Average
Cars
1933-34 Average
Cars
1932-33 Average
Cars
1931-32 Average
Cars
1930-31 Average
Cars
1929-30 Average
Cars
1928-29 Average
Cars
1927-28 Average


N. Y.

1311
$1.26
1557
$1.12
1124
$1.35
1071
$1.18
1134
$1.21
1308
$1.28
1190
$1.54
1311
$1.62
612
$2.44
1078
$2.06
541
$3.60


PHIL. BOST.
382 149
1.21 1.20
572 196
1.03 1.05
365- 157
1.32 1.30
356 132
1.10 1.12
433 144
1.15 1.17
375 157
1.20 1.28
396 203
1.44 1.49
426 207
1.49 1.46
238 95
2.19 1.94
455 162
1.90 1.80
238 45
3.04 3.19


PITTS.

95
1.28

210
1.19
139
1.40
136
1.25
142
1.25"
95
1.23
175
1.39
229
1.48
119
2.02
189
1.76
67
3.02


CLMEV.

117
1.30
193
1.09
116
1.42
71
1.27
114
1.24
108
1.21
116
1.41
154
1.45

56
2.74
138
1.77
48
3.16


149
1.25
306
1.14
217
1.36
155
1.25
179
1.21
180
1.22
161
1.52
237
1.44
62
2.83
163
1.68
110
3.27


ST.L. CINCI

74 125
1.10 1.18
103 138
1.10 1.08
54 113
1.32 1.34
66 108
1.26 1.20
67 96
1.21 1.15
58 1Q2
1.14 1.09
65 88
1.32 1.41
62 97
1.36 1.45
12 30
2.78 2.5$
105
1.68
32
2.91


DE1R. BA LT O

88 23 2513
1.23 1.08 1.24
116 33 3424
1.16 .96 1.10
87 26 2398
1.41 1.23 1.35
71 31 2197
1.28 1.22 1.18
71 1 2381
1.22 1.48 1.20
73 2456
1.22 1.24
60 2454
1.53 1.49
126 2849
1.48 1.53
1224
2.35
S 2290
1.92
1081
3.35


NHnIa Tangerine averages on half box basis. BaJjimre converted into auction
market about the middle of 1933-44 season. Detoit converted into auction
market season of 1930-31. St. LoIis sales season of 1927-28 & 1928-29 unavail-
able.





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UNITED STAS Total Orange Production by States, Census
Years 1889, 1899, 1909 & Yearly 1919 to 1937.


Crop Year CAIrF. FIA. TEX. ARIZ. AIA. IA. MISS. TOTAL
.LUJ* v 1 1 000 1 000V\


1889
1899
1909


1919
1920
1921
1922
1923
Average


1924
1925
1926
1927
1928

Average


1929
1930
1931
1932
1933
Average


1934
1935
1936
1937 2/


1,0UUU
boxes

1,245
5,882
14 Adn


J. ,tA
boxes

3,147
273
488R8


.L,1 p.
boxes


.1
1


boxes


,
boxes

4,392
6,167
19.530


-- -- -- -- -

15,528 .7,533 .9 80 20 37 31 23,238
22,547 9,457 60 82 42 25 32,213
13,921 8,871 80 82 50 30 23,034
21,286 10,897 4 81 190 60 45 32,563
24,324 13,262 .6 86 225 75 55 38,033
19,521 10,004 4 77 120 53 37 29,816


18,535 11,639 12 60 2 75 -- 30,323
24,200 10,344 10 86 130 100 27 34,897
28,167 11,512 41 75 75 150 42 40,062
22,737 9,933 70 54 110 200 50 33,154
38,994 15,116 115 99 85 220 30 54,659

26,527 11,709 49 75 80 149 30 38,619


21,483 10,304 261 137 212 187 37 32,621
35,470 19,211 250 139 3 195 2 55,270
34,900 14,220 520 145 80 245 54 50,164
34,265 16,200 315 147 120 241 80 51.368
28,439 18.100 390 143 3 212 2 47,289
30,911 15,607 347 142 84 216 35 47,342


46,086
33,049
29,827
42,766


17,600
18,000
22,500
26,000


560
747
2,000
1,440


64,937
52,283
54,938

70,910


Division of Crop and Livestock Estimates, Bureau of Agricultural Economics.


J1 500 boxes or less.
2/ July 1, 1938 estimate.


.......................,


1.,U00


,w


boxes





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Total G6reefruit Production by States Census
Years 1889, 1899, 1909 & Yearly 1919 to 1937.


Crop Year IRIDA EXAS I CAI ARIZ. TOTAL


1,000 1,000
boxes - bo-es
10
12


1,000


1,000
boxms


1,UUU
boxes
10
31


1889
1899
1909

1919
1920
1921
1922.
1923


15,200
11,500
18,100
14,200


2,750
2,741
9,630
11,800


2,167
2,267
1,310
1,944


1,240
1,800
1,400
2,500 -


21,357
18,308
30,440
30,444


Division of Crop and Livestock Estinates, Bureau of Agricultural Economics


.1/ 500 boxes or less.
2/ .July 1, 1938 estimate.


1,062 1/ 123 1 1,186

S5,898 3 363 29 6,293
6,142. 395 34- 6,571
6,644 360 35 7,039
7,766 .. 35 394 60 8,255
8,936 65 363 95 9.459
7,077 21 375 51 7,523

8,760 211 387 105 9,463
8,316 200 600 150 9,266
8,693 361 672 120 9,846
8,158 524 720 176 9,578
11,314 753 972 211 13,250
9,048 410 670 152 10,281


8,274 1,530 1,000 365 11,169
16,109 1,135 1,290 400 18,934
10,786 2,480 1,431.... 450 15,147
11,800 1,385 1,350 614 15,149
10,700 1,130 1,713 700 14,243
11,534 1,532 1,357 506 14,929


Average


1924
1925
1926
1927
1928


Average


1929
1930
1931
1932
1933


Average


1934
1935
1936
1937 2/


. . II i i _I I I i i I





88 -
SODhitSE S BEARING ACHAGE & PERCENTAGE DIS IBUTION.


by Age Groups-as of July 1937. /


Beang BBEARNG TREES BY AGE GROUPS
Bearing Bear ir
I acres trees 5.15 yrs. 16 yrs. &
sae 5 years years 5 6-10 11-15 16-23 21yrs Not n over-In
& over & over yeas yees y s yems ad ll pro- full pro-
1.000 over duction duction
acres rees a


RAPE UIT
Early Varieties
Florida 2/......
Texas 3 .- .....
California .4 ...
Arizona ........
Total 4 States..


53,676
8,742
1,235
130


63,783


3,489
577
101
12


4,179


43
8
15
54


2 21 14 27 36 37


Iate Varieties (Seedless)
Florida 2/..... 29,492 .1,917 3 30 28 24 15 61 39
Texas /......... 65,697 4,336 6 71 .19 4 96 4
California /.... 15,618 128. 7 40 24 15 14 71 29
Arizona ..... 12,521 1,064 17 70 8 3 2 95 5
Total 4 States.. 123,328 8,598 7 57 21 10 5 85 15

All Varieties
Florida 2/...... 83,168 5,406 2 19 18 28 33 39 61
Texas ..... 74,439 4,913 6 70 20 4 96 4
California ./.... 16,853 1,302 7 39 25 15 14 71 29
Arizona ........ 12,651 1,076 16 70 9 3 2 95 5
Total 4 States.. 187,111 12,777 5 45 : 19 15 16 69 31


Navel & r Eay Vrieies
Naval & Other Early Vajieties


Florida 2/......
California.4/....
Texas ./........
Arizona ........
Total 4 States..


111,368
88,493
13,318
3-636


216,815


7,239
7,788
879
321


16,227


36
64
5
14


3 18 18 14 47


39 61


Valencia & Other late Varieties
Florida 2...... 90,708 5,896 4 22 30 29 15 56 44
California 4/.... 132,749 11,683 4 25 16 15 40 45 55
Texas /........ 9,152 604 4 59 33 5 95 5
Arizona ........ 2,610 228 13 80 4 1 2 97 3
Total 4 States.. 235,219 18,411 5 26 20 19 30 51 49

All Varieties
Florida 2/...... 202,076 13,135 4 21 25 23 27 50 50
California A/.... 221,242 19,471 3 19 15 13 50 37 63
Texas / ........ 22,470 1,483 6 56 33 5 95 5
Arizona ........ 6,246 549 .13 69 5 4 9 87 13
Total 4 States.. 452,034 534,638 4 23 19 17 38 45 55


73
8
32
72


~~~1~L; l~y`--'~ ----I`~~~~' --~~-~~--~~


L


3 3,3






89 r

ESTIMATED -ATSEWBIS *ACBEAM WI % A(Zni p0TtRTAUTIQN.


.LJY SMO Ia 1./CLW CL fl f V ~V *4W'~~ *W1 ata'.


BB B HEARING TREES BY AGE GROUPS
Bearing Bearing
acres trees 5-15 ys. 16 yrs & -
State 5 years 5 yeaas 5 6-10 11-5 16-) 21 ys. Not in over- In
& over & over years years years yeas and full pro- full pro-
1,000 over auction duction
acres tees% %


Florida 2 .... 24,509 1,593 1 18 43 23 16 638
California ::.... 1,602 141 4 33 23 8 32 60 40
Texas j ........ 606 40 8 53 34 5 95 5
Arizona ........ 54 5 4 92 2 2 98 2
Total 4 States.. 26,771 1,779 1 21 41 20 -- 17 63 37




California ,/.... 47,139 4,148 9 17 8 18 48 34 66


./ Estimates based upon surveys by age and varietal groups made in
Florida in 1934; Arizona in 1935; California in 1936; Texas in
1934 and 1937. (Orange estimates do not include tangerines).

2/ Florida acres calculated from trees at the rate of 65 trees per
acre for grapefruit, oranges and tangerines.
./ Texas acres calculated from trees at the rate of 66 trees per
acre for grapefruit, oranges and tangerines.
.4/ California troes calculated from acres at the rate of 82 trees per
acre for grapefruit and 88 trees per acre for oranges, tangerines
and lemons.

.a/ Total bearing trees in the United States amount to about
35,500,000 trees. In addition to the total for the four States
shown, the Census of 1935 enumerated 862,000 bearing trees in
Alabama, Mississippi and Louisiana. Most of the trees in Alabama
.and Mississippi consist of satsumas; those in'Louisiana are mostly
Navels.


~r n~ r~r~r


INlll





90 -
ESTDqa TD PODUCTION FIORIDA CITRUS 193738 SEASON


na rinn iiuj hii. S.L.V p Tfrurltan* .LSriiTYn ffL? VfllL.UO LU" aJft,.lt tAIt1X4 S.L.jmL

Sias: The percentages shown below were derived from citrus estimates made by the
Florida Citrus Commission as of October 1937 conditions, hence do not take
iz o consideration any chemes caused by the December freeze
ORANGES GRAPEFRUIT TAN-
3UNTY GE TOTAL
Early & INES
Mideasn late Total Duncan Seedless Total


-1-.-


'


cua, .0 .0
vard 5.4 4.3 4.9 3.3 2.7 3.1 2.4 4.2
warxd .2 .7 .4 .1 .1 .1 .3 .3
riotte .3 .2 .2 .2 .1 .2
rus .3 .2 .1 .2
lier .3 .1
e .1 1.0 .5 2.8 .1 1.7 .3 .8
Soto 3.0 .1 1.7 1.6 .1 1.0 1.3 1.4
al .1 -
gler .2 .1 .3 .1
es -
d -- 3- 0 1.9 27. 5 2.1 1.4
ry .1 .1 .1
nando .4 .4 .4 .2 .1 .2 3.0 .5
lands 2.9 8.6 5.4 6.7 9.9 7.9 4.5 6.1
isboro 3.1 2.3 2.7 1.4 1.4 1.4 2.0 2.3
ian River 1.3 2.6 1.9- 3.5 9'1- 5.9 3.2
e 13.9 7.4 11.0 7.4 8.8 7.8 11.0 10.0
1.1 1.0 1.1 3.0 1.9 2.5 .1 1.5
.. 1.1 4.3 1. .0 1-


Ala
Bre
Broi

Col
Dad
DoT
Dum
Fla
Gla
Hen
Herr
Hig
mil
Ind
Lak,
Lee

Man
Mar
Mar
Oke


1.2 .9 1.1 4.3 1.4 3.0 .1 1.7
4.9 .9 3.3 .7 .6 .7 .6 2.4
.1 .1 .1 .1 .1 .1
>bee ,,-. -


Orange
Osceola
Palm Beach
Pa-sco .
Pinellas
Polk
Putnam
St. Johns
St. Lucie
Sarasota
Seminole
Sumter
Volusia
TOTAL


20.2
.8
.1
1,6
2.9
16.9
3.5
.1
1.4
.1
4.5
.8
4.9
100%


11.5
.6
.1
3 8
4.4
41.5
.4
.2
3.8
.3
.5
.1
1.7
100


16.4
.7
.1
&.6
27.7
2.1
.1
2.5
.2
2.7
.5
3.5
100%


5.0
.5
.1

44.8
...9
--0

.7
.6
.1
.8
100%


S4.4
.4
.4
1,5
6.1
43.8


6.0
.2
.3


100%


4.7
.5
.2
1.1
6.4
44.4
.5
-4-
.6
.5
.1
.5
100%


16.6
1.4
.3
1.6

32.0
2.3

4.5

3.1
.1
4,5
100


12.9
.7
.1

.1
1.6

3.2
.3
2.0
.3
2,6
100%


I


FIRID' S PRINCIPAL CITRUS PRODUCDING TIES
ORANGES GRAPEFRUIT
M season ,I Vale-ncias Duncan Seedless
Orange 20.2 Polk 41.5 Polk 44.8 Polk 43.8 Polk 32.0
Polk 16.9 Orange 11.5 Lake 7.4 Highlands 9.9 Orange 16.6
lake 13.9 Hih lands 8.6 Highlands 6.7 Indian River 9.1 Lake 11.0
Brevard 5.4 7.4 Pinellas 6.5 Lake 8.8 Highlands 4.5
Marion 4.9 inellas 4.4 Orange 5.0 Pinellas 6.1 St. Lucie 4.5
Volusia 4.9 Brevard 4.3 anaee 4.3 St. Lucie 6.0 Volusia 4.5
Seminole 4.5 Pasco 3.8 Indian River 3.5 Orange 4.4 Indian River 3.3
Putna 3.5 St. Lucie 3.8 Brevard 3.3 Brevard 2.7 Seninole 3.1
Hillsboro 3.1 Indian River 2.6 St. Lucie 3.1 Lee 1.9 Hernando 3.0
De Soto 3.0 Hillsboro 2.3 Lee 3.0 Pasco 1.5 Brevard 2.4
Hardee 3.0 Volusia 1.7 Dade 2.8 Manatee 1.4 Putnam 2.3
Highlands 2.9 Dade 1.0 De Soto 1.6 Hillsboro 1.4 Hardee 2.1
Plnellas 2.9 Lee 1.0 Hillsboro 1.4 Marion 0.6 Hillsboro 2.0
TOTAL 89.1% TOTAL 93.9 TOTAL 93.4 TOTAL 97.6 TOTAL 91.3


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91 -
StMWlRY OF TE ARIZONA0 MEE .T AaRTE&GE SURVEY OF 1935 AIL CIT~TS*
(From a Preliminary Report -rleased by the Division of Cro
and Livestock Estimates, Washington, D. C., Dated Oct. 1935)
AGEAPE MAN I. ,G-
0UP Year of R UIT TAN I IO A CITUS ACEGE
(Years) Planting Trrees rre es rees ees rees Trees
Number Number Number N NumNber Nuer Number Percent Acres
21 yrs. 1914 &
Sover earlier 19143 38796 14 1 1195 59149 3.2 686.6
16-20 1915-19 20587 20893 10 189 41679 2.3 438.5
11-15 1920-24 43982 18708 98 19 2474 65281 3.5 745.1
10 yrs. 1925 22027 10129. 22 2 269 32449 1.8 365.3
9 1926 40146 7507 137 1 67 47858 2.6 534.4
8 1927 55969 22942 186 12 377 79486 4.3 939.5
7 1928 81068 44297 534 49 985 126933 6.9 1464.8
6 1929 110896 68228 1510 110 572 181316 9.8 2087.3
5 1930 195221 119456 1151 46 805 316679 17.2 3698.1
4 1931 308239 125437 779 373 1888 436716 2. 5146.6
4 years
& over .......... 897278 476393 4441 613 8821 1387546 75.3 16106.2

3 yrs. 1932 177414 72275 197 232 1174 251292 13.7 2959.4
2 1933. 81102' 51207 351 338 1724 134722 7.3 1551.9
1 1934 36493 25270 113 1492 5278 68646 3.7 772.1
Under
4 years .......... 295009 148752 661 2062 8176 454660 24.7 5283.4

MTIAL ALL 1192287 625145 5102 2675 16997 1842206 100% 21389.6
*Above Survey as of Mar. 1, 1935.


ESTIMATES OF CAIFY NIA CITRUS FRUIT ACREAGES FOR YEARS 1928-1936(INCLUSIVE.)
(From Reports prepared by the California Cooperative Crop Reporting Service, Sacramento, Cal)
The records of bearing acreage are intended to represent the acreage that was avail-
able for crop production for the specific year shown, and not to include such groves that
wore taken out before the crop for that year was harvested. In interpreting non-bearing
acreage records for 1936, it should be understood that the new planted acreage of 1936 is
not included in the non-bearing acreage shown for that year, and will not become a part of
these records until the next year.

CITRUS BEARING 1 Ton-
SBearing
FRUITS '1928' 1929 1 1930 1 1931 1932 1933 1934 I 1935 1 1936 1936
Acres Acres Acres Acres Acres Acres Acres Acres Acres Acres


Grapefruit
Lemons
Limes
Oranges -
Valencias
Navel & Misc.
.,r ll." ..


7700
41385
2

90620
96839
187459


9139
41037
3


10771
41262
3


96180 99580
97415 97855
-393595 .197435


10990
41679
3


11796
41449
13


12561
40746
23


103736 108542 112003
98049 98583 95689
2aZ185.207125.207692


12648
41451
29


14400
40500
47


114722 119800
96624. 87400
211346 207200


15639
42756
69

126461
87823
214284


4006
18422
387

16942
6774
13716


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92 -
CIRUS SSOFE IoWER 9rA0 VIY OF 2As


JJ+ ~.JUfl.~UfU LJ DEL LMYO .SIUZtO.L a. *.1


(From Report of the Bureau of Entomolo and
plant Quarantine. Hrlingen, Texas.)


In administering the provisions of the Mexican Fruit Fly Quarantine, it is
necessary to know from year to year the number of citrus trees growing in the Lower Rio
Grando Vleley of Texas. A complete re-check as of August 1, 1937 follows.
Uhe ages of trees have been classified as "O", "1", *2", '3", "4" and "5".
Trees under classification '"", were planted during the period from August 1, 1936
to July 31, 1937. Trees, under classification "1", were planted from August 1, 1935 to
July 31, 1936. "Trees, under classification "2", were planted from August 1, 1934 to
July 31, 1935. She ages of trees designated as "3" and "4", respectively, will be under-
stood in the light of this explanation. Trees given under classification "5" were plant-
ed previous to Auust 1, 1933.
Under classification "Other Citrus" are included lamquats, mandarines, satsumas,
sour oranges, and tangelos.


and TOTAL
Fruit 0 1 2 3 4 5

Grapefruit 31206 41907 24614 141406 206357 3318002 3763548
Orange 39301 20894 12577 56505 53425 932977 1115679
Tangerinie 2345 480 463 1480 2472. 28355 35495
Leaon 2093 2775 2039 9184 3869 17953 37912
Lime 242 306 896 758 68 1454 3724
Other citrus 18 33 553 608' 135 2818 35718
Total ..... ...6. 3366 553
CAMEROB :
Grapefruit 14546 10814 11902 20715 65730 1209046 1332533
Orange 5716 3132 419? 7620 17475 406478 444613
Tangerine 45 43 28 96 391 552 6126
Lemon 191 598 116 427 43 5125 7300
Lime 32 71 68 47 168 1279 1665
Other citrus 63 145 9 684 885 30539575
Total ....5. 0593 146)3 16565 989 T85473W 1657990 1824812

Grapefruit 961 1956 2572 11126 14088 90738 121441
Orange 1333 940 524 3439 4195 37381 47801
Tangrine 54 31 221 459 289 3676
Lemon 1 2087 13 1478 234 1 4862
Lime 46 8 1 '3 56 66 179
Other citrus 38 124 0 31 38 08 13
Total ..... 2588 --519 T 19070 00 179262

Graefruit 111 53 246 1237 1476 8011 11134
Orange 1763 1775 3213 2785 7001 23477 40014
Tangerine 22 1020 76 68 1 73 1259
Lemon 2 0 4 196 45 346 593
Idme 3 0 5 44 30 36 117
Other citrus 0 2 605 18 1054 1679
Total ..... 1900495 571 32996 54796
GRAND TDTAL.. 100448 89215 64394 260808 380629 6145453 7040946

Total No. of. 'Pink (Included in above table)
Type Grapefruit 16616 9693 14038 23416 44323 368488 476573
trees


rrr I 1


I IU17




93 -
IE=. Production of Limes in.Ptincipal Countries, Aver-
age 1922864, 1927-31, 1932-3, Annual 1934-37.
(From ."Statistics Relating to Lamons & Limas World Acreage, Production, and Trade"
Released by the Bureau of Agricultural Econics, Washington, D. C., April 1938.)


EARVESTIIG YEAR
Country Average Average Avere32 1934 1935 1936 1937
1922-26 1927- 1932-36
1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000
boxes boxs boxes boxes boxes boxes boxes

United States (Florida) .... 35 7 12 12 15 12 45
Mexico ................... .1 429 574 549 538 628 1i
British West Indies:
Dominica 22/............. 681 379 90 78 59 61 80
St. Lucia 2/............ 115 90 95 96 98 83 49
Trinidad z2/............. i 20 / 97 ./ 38 15 7 37 77
Jamaica 2J.............. if 17 23 11 19 24
Montserrat 2/........... .. / 12 .5/ 7 20 34 18 33 .1/
Grenada 2/.............. I/ f ./ 47 3/ 13 13 1/ .1 /J
St. Vincent2/........... /f / 4 5 4 2 2
Antigua 2/.............. / S 4 2 3 1 2 2
Greece .................... / 9 11if if If if
Egypt ................... / I/ If If 5,017 5,126


Compiled from official, trade, and consular sources. Converted to boxes of
76 pounds. The West Indies barrel is assumed to be 165 pounds. Harvesting
usually takes place in the United States from November to October. In the
West Indies the harvest year is generally considered to be July to June.
.INot available.
Estimated from fresh lime & lime products in terms of fresh exports.
1 year only.
S3-year average.
f 4-year average.
2-year average.
SEstimate of total lime production.
SOfficial figures.
Apparently practically all of the lime production of Egypt is consumed in that
country. Estimates for earlier years are not available.




94 -
UNI~D STATES OBAiE EXPORTS. BY CMUNBIES MAY 1937 THROItM NOVEM 1937


Country to .which exported MAY JUN JULY AUG. SEPT. OCT. NOV.

0X E S-
Belgi ... .. 371 -
Czechoslovakia -
Denmark 10 4 8 3 2 1 106
Finland 1575 850 550 -
France 500 4900
Germany 5. .. -
Italy -- -
Netherlands 500 -
Norway 10765 7850 1798 1 5
Swed.en 3467 750 -
Switzerland -
United Kingdom 4557 1149 372 6 500
Canada 142384 304833 82087 129575 124375 61669 126518
British Honduras : 6 -
Costa Rico -
Guatemala 2 -
Panama 589 254 350 449 356 190 154
Mexico 982 949 1305 1028 966 632 808
Miquelon & St. Pierre Is. 8 34 23 23 11 21 9
Newfoundland & Labrador 1332 1892 1852 1353 1221 2000 1065
Bermudas 1183 555 275 200 90 80 77
Barbados 44 22 4. 2 2
Other British W. Indies 428 356 304 187 83 162 222
Cuba 54 5 10 12 2 2 5
Dominican Republic 1 -
French West Indies 2 2 2 2
Netherland West Indies 437 579 472 408 1307 625 845
Haiti, Republic of 22 2 -
Argentina -
Co bia 2 5 3 3
French Guiana -
Venezuela 3 3 31 25 13 12 2
Buzrm. -
British India 390 55 110 81 -85 30
British Malaya 1004 624. 716 1172 751 724 793
Ceylon 210 200 200 40 20 20 20
China 6934 6898 5252 2497 1 105 115
Netherland India 495 100 228 245 264 178
French Indo-China 176 164 120 208 73 40 24
Hong Kong 3205 4188 2406 1747 806 1460 1956
Japan 249 390 500 439 172 148 9
Kwantung 50 145 150 165 95 67 8
Iran (Persia) -
Philippine Islands 4373 8558 5734 3217 3961 5866 4465
Austrlia 1500 -
British Oceania 2 50 39 8 49 42
French Oceania 8 10 -
New Zealand 7558 20 2 4
Mozambique -
British East Africa 10 10 25
Others --1 -

TOTAL 192499 342804 106424 142876 134695 74183 142862
DTALS 1936 622232 488774 336551 386760 206868 125297 187716
1935 778793 767329 1094148 483201 432564 281647 172810
"1934 .496736. 434980 346647 302291 190006 120022 154825
1933 585730 473717 539351 268354 165143 138485 148147
1932 424346 293298 433196 335305 204441 135733 144573
1931 791269 485739 657664 376937 287537 118288 173020
Coiled from official records of the U. S. Bureau of Foreign & Domestic Commerce.


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95 -

UNIWD STABS dRAE E-EXPORTS. BY C00UmRIS' TDCBfR 1937 iitI'7i jUE 1938.


Country to which exported IC. JAN. FEB. MAR,. . A. M JE
-B 0 X E S-


Belgium
Czecho slovakda
Denmark
Finland
France
Genaeny
Italy
Netherlands
Norway
Sweden
Switzerland.
United. Kingdom
Canada
British Honduras
Costa Rico
Guatemala
Panama
Mexico
Miquelon & St. Pierre Is.
Newfoundland & labrador
Bermudas
Barbados
Other British W. Indies
Cuba
Dominican Republic
French West Indies
Netherland West Indies
Haiti, Republic of
Argentina
Columbia
French Guiana
Venezuela
Burma
British India
British Malaya
Ceylon
China
Netherland India
French Indo-China
Hong Kong
Japan
Kwantung
Iran (Persia)
Philip ine Islands
Australia
British Oceania
French Oceania
New Zealandf
Mozambi ue
British East Africa
Others


503
14
950
5105
20
4153
2320
1301
4
17420
263036

1
285
1928
28
3997
164
327
9

554
200
3.

104,
80
705
1950
336
63
1863
211

4923
38
a"
844
25
*2


3010


300
38
-


14500
2080

18811
347014
1
1
264
2831
18
485
233
499


327



43
5
1324
202
462
53
1745
140

7336
50
40
11
805
25
t


3798
5

8020
34070
23080
9440
48045
245962
i
3.
159
3399-
7
1344
170
976
5

233



1

1483
200
319
27
950
62

4763
50
109'
2115


9197
36
900
24

91013
12533
6255
241470
318428


340
4947
1605
543
3
1378
7

416


180
5
5
5
1897
-_
705
386
68
3747
21

7226
100
80
81
8179


12342
1153
13200
15428
499
57176
102855
49516
278787
503833


342
5301
38
2386
488
27
911
2
1

420



7
5
55
2391
1193
732
18
5396
103

9560
168
12992
1.. -

2


78135
13360
1501
12837
20868
33525
86205
51182
44653
5144
623976
196597


336
5033
17
2852
531
754
1
966





13
558
40
4059
100
1493
1290
13
2183
300

10282
112
6326

I


63101
6200
2300
7674
141535
25580
69
40782
59354
32721
1500
508888
313138


431
4018
16
2216
784
5
454


982
5

1
10
40
1
I
1014
11
.18
7875
100
10311
31
20
S150
2


U --


LOTAL 313467 402656 388775 711700 1077327 1205445 1231337

TDTALS 1936-37 279292 252603 199852 257777 316823 192499 342804.
1935-36 262307 243532- 213492 473738 677539 622232 488774
1934-35 242294 188652 209718 350167 442399 778793 767329
1933-34 226889 149391 191439 281415 408385 496736 434980
1932-33 225800 141379 147067 184941 379845 585730 473717
1931-32 270759 205063 182167 253367 291846 424346 293298

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





96 -
UNTlIE STATES GCAP~RUIT BCTS. BY COU~R IES MAY 1937 1R OU GE-0IuEMB 1937


Country to which exported MAY JUNE JULY AUG. SEPT. OCT. 1V.
-B 0 X, S-

Belgiun 102 6 1B
Denark 4 3 8 2 40
Finland 550 25
France 824 1078 100 1224 844
Germany 4
It- -
Netherlands -3
Norway 3 105 1798 80 41 399
Sweden 66
Switzerland 155 5
United Kingdom 915 199 372 886 2571 2296
Canada 58203 38820 82087 18839 20037 43676 45370
Honduras 25 -
Panam 179 210 350 272 126 20 10
Mexico 31 41 1305 13 15 19 17
Miquelon & St. Pierre Is. 3 -
Newoundland & Labrador 296 467 1852 556 196 454 311
Bermudas 112 170 275 58 43 43 17
Other British West Indies 183 110 304 59 7 27 23
Cuba 30 10 -
French West Indies -
Netherland West Indies 90 100 472 100 130 65 130
Argentina 400 635
Colombia 1 5 1 -
French Guiana -
Peru 1 1 1
Venezuela 31 -
Burma -
British India 40 8 110 1 10
British Malaya 285 309 716 419 168 267 235
Ceylon 90 80 200 24 20 20 20
Chinao 231 268 5252 162 40 25
Netherland India 44 228 34 13 34
French Indo-China 12 16 120 12 6 7 9
Hong Kong 319 220 2406 175 92 162 197
Japan 97 1088 500 109 116 47 2
Kwantung 15 150 25 -
Iran Persia) -
Philip*ine Islands 386 292 5734 406 445 362 689
Australia 1 1500 -- 150 570
British Oceania 14 3 50 10 11 17 13
French Oceania 7 5 10 3 2
New Zealand 1015 230 558 373 148 323
Others 4 1 -

TOTAL 63336 43941 106424 21965 22885 49776 52341
OTALS 1936 177604 135607 33959 19313 44573 61304 57432
1935 105080 183196 147333 64640 48922 52978 41484
f" 1934 120605 98503 .91534 83221 20629 71582 59548
1933 198201 .6817 78426 42625 41628 76973 60035
S 1932 151539 102787 78230 40181 66700 33269 39355
S 1931 165769 178885 145548 55078 45065 41349 103494
Compiled from official records of the U. S. Bureau of Foreign & Dcmestic Camnerce.




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