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Title: Marketing Florida citrus
Series Title: Market news service on fruits and vegetables
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 27 cm.
Language: English
Creator: United States -- Dept. of Agriculture. -- Production and Marketing Administration
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UNITED STATES DEPARTMEnT OF AGRICULTURE
Agricultural Marketing Service
and the
FIRIDA STATE MAIETnG BUREAU
Cooperating











MARKET NES SERVICE ON FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
















MAR~ITID FIGRIDA CITRUS.

SUMARQY OF 193940 SEASON

By

H. F. Willson


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The information contained herewith has been com-
piled. from the daily citrus bulletins issued at Lakeland,
Florida and from various reports released by the Agri-
cultural marketing Service; the Bureau of Agricultural
Economics; the Bureau of Foreign & Domestic Comaerce;
the Federal Surplus Comaodities Corporation; the Florida
Citrus Comiission; the Florida Citrus Exchange and the
Florida State Departnent of Agriculture.

Shipments, unloads and other similar data for the
1939-40 season are subject to revision on account of late
and corrected reports which are not yet available. In
accordance with the custom of previous seasons, every
effort has been made to include in the annual citrus sum-
Saries, data which will be of nost value to the Industry.
We have endeavored to include basic statistics suitable
for comparisons with past seasons. For the first time
a segregation of relief car destinations has been made
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General Comments .................... ............
Carlot Shipments, by Weeks -
Rail and boat Oranges & Tangerines. . . 1
Is" Grapefruit , . . . . 2
Rail, Boat & Express Mixed Citrus . . . . . 3
Florida Truck & Boat Shipments, by Weeks ,. . . . . . . .. 4
Mixed Car Analysis, Florida Rail Shipments . . . . . ... 5
Total Shipments Florida Citrus by Rail, Boat, Truck & Express . . .. 6
Citrus Shipments in Boxes, 1900/01-1939/40 . . . . . . . 7
Florida Citrus Used by Canners, 1939-40 Season . . . . . . . 8
Unloads in 66 Cities July 1939 thru July 1940 -
Oranges, Grapefruit & Tangerines . . . . .... .9 19
Unloads in 29 Cities July 1939 thru July 1940 -
Mixed Citrus . . . . . . . ... .. ... 20 21
Distribution of Florida Citrus -
Rail & Boat . . . . . ... .. . . . . 22 36
Truck . . . . . . . . . . . . 37 40
Weighted Average Auction prices -
Oranges Florida & California . . . . . . 41 51
Grapefruit Florida (Seoede & Seedless) . . . ... 52 62
Florida & Texas . . . . . . .. 63 68
Tangerines Florida Only . . . . . . . . 69 70
Florida Averages by Markets past 12 Years . . . ... 71 72
Florida Citrus Grade Analysis, 1939-40 Season . . . . . .. 73
Size Analysis, Seasons 1930/31-1939/40 . . . . .. 74
Container Analysis, 1939-40 Season. . . . . . 75

Packing & Coloring Costs, Grapefruit, Oranges & Tangerines . . . . 76 77
Grapefruit & Orange Production, by States, 1839-1939 . . . . . 78 79
Estimated Bearing Acreage & Trees Principal Citrus producing States . 80 81
Production of Grapefruit, Oranges & Mandarins in Principal Countries . 82
United States Exports July 1939 thru June 1940 -
Oranges and Grapefruit . . . . . . ..... 83 86







UNITED STATES DEPAR3'NT OF AGRICULTURE
Agricultural Marketing Service
and the
FIDRIDA STATE MARKETING BUREAU
Cooperating




MA-KET NEWS SERVICE ON FRUITS & VEGETABLES




10MAETIlG FRIDA CIIRUS
JSUMLRY OF 1939-40 SEASON
By
H. F. Willson

Daily market reports on citrus were issued at
lakeland, Florida from Oct. 3, 1939 to May 31, 1940,
inclusive.




Again, as in the past two seasons, the United States produced over a hundred
million boxes of citrus (oranges, grapefruit and tangerines), or 110,437,000 boxes com-
pared to 122,577,000 in 1938-39 and 102 454,000 in 1937-38. Against the record heavy pro-
auction of a year ago, Florida oranges (including tangerines) were approximately 6,000,000
boxes less than last season and grapefruit showed an even greater decrease with nearly
8,000,000 boxes less. California, on the other hand, produced nearly 4,000,000 more box-
es of oranges. Texas oranges declined slightly from the production of a year ago and
the grapefruit crop was nearly 2,000,000 boxes under last season. Adverse weather condi-
tions in both Florida and Texas curtailed production very materially and final figures
for the season were considerably below early estimates, particularly for Florida.

GEtERAL COMTNTS
Usually, production (locally or nationally), competing crops, quality, net re-
turns or some similar factor stands out as the most distinctive feature of a marketing
program for a commodity; but, for the 1939-40 Florida citrus season, it was the spectacu-
lar recovery from the freeze in January as evidenced by the slight damage to the citrus
trees and the relatively large amount of fruit marketed afterward at comparatively high
prices.

If any one had predicted in February that Florida's weekly shipments of citrus
would not drop below 1 000 cars until the week ending 1May 18th; that Florida oranges (not
including Indian River) in standard boxes would out-sell California on the auctions during
the period April 19th to May 31st; that Valencias would sell as high as $2.00 on the tree
and the State's cannery output of grapefruit would exceed the heavy pack of 1938-39 by
more than 300,000 boxes with oranges approaching four times the preceding season or over
3,000,000 boxes more his prophecy would have been cataloged as 'fantastic' at best. How-
ever, not one but all of these seemingly impossibilities and more materialized. As the
season progressed following the freeze, each and every week, the general predictions were
that shipments could not hold up or continue; but, with the higher prices and good demand,
movement continued relatively heavy through April. Such advantageous developments could
not however have occurred without extremely favorable conditions.

The weather prior to and following the period of low temperatures during Janu-
ary 26th to 29th inclusive (with the most severe damage occurring January 28th and 29th)
was a contributing factor. During the latter part of December and in January, low rain-
fall and chilly weather had the trees in a most dormant state. February continued un-
seasonable as did March and April and the general expression was "An unusual Spring. An-
other equally if not more important factor was the whole-hearted cooperation of the
Industry and Trade organizations. A shipping embargo placed into effect by the Florida
Citrus Commission, followed by grade and size regulations recanmmndod and approved by the






Shippers Advisory Committee and the Growers Administrative Comnittee operating in accord-
ance with the Federal lMrketing Agreement were outstanding in the final results. In-
valuable services were rendered by the Inspection offices in carrying out the recomnenda-
tions of the Industry and by the Federal Surplus Commodities Corporation when this agency
entered the field with its timely purchases of 2,105 cars of oranges for relief purposes.
All of these factors aided materially in the very favorable outcome of a seemingly major
disaster.
Up to the week ending Feb. 3, 1940, or before the curtailment of shipments due
to the embargo, Florida's citrus movement reflected the estimated production of more
oranges and less grapefruit and tangerines than for the preceding season. Oranges exceed-
ed the shipments to the corresponding date a year ago by approximately 3,000 cars, while
for the same period grapefruitanal tangerines were slightly less. However, total movement
of Florida oranges, grapefruit and tangerines for the entire season amounted to 81,885 cars
as compared to 107,719 or a decrease of 25,834 cars. The decline in shipments followed the
extremely low temeratures the latterpart of January. From Feb. 3rd to the end of the
season, Florida shipped 17,587 cars of oranges as against 40,588 for the corresponding
period in 1938-39. Grapefruit shipments, during this same period, totaled 6,688 cars com-
pared to 17,750 a year ago.
Comparative auction prices for the season with final 1938-39 averages reveal
good merchandising of Florida citrus. Not-with-standing the relatively low prices received
for Florida fruit during the first part of the 1939-40 season, averages for the entire
season were substantially higher for all classes and containers and those increases over a
year ago were generally above those for competing states. For instance, 16,845 cars of
Florida oranges (all sections and containers sold for an average of $2.36 per box 27#
higher than the preceding season and the highest average in the nast three yoars. Cali-
fornia's average was 280 per box more than a year ago but this State was not handicapped
by a freeze. Florida's auction averages on grapefruit showed an even greater increase
with 7,593 cars at $2.13 in contrast to 10,926 cars at $1.72 last year or an increase of
410. Here the averages were highest in the past four seasons. Texas' grapefruit averages
were 170 above a year ago or less than half the increase for Florida. 3,553 cars of Texas
sold on the 10 leading auctions for an average of $2.03 compared to 3,578 cars at $1.86 in
1938-39. Florida tangerines averaged considerably higher for the season than last year
andl most of this crop was narkoted before the freeze. 2,143 cars sold for an average of
$1.37 per 4/5 bushel box, the highest average on the auctions in the past eight seasons.
The 1939-40 average was 370 above the 1938-39 figure.





The Crop Reporting Board of the Agricultural Marketing Service made
the following report on citrus fruits as of September 1, 1940:
'Growing conditions in the Florida citrus area were relatively favorable
during August. Condition of oranges, however, is well below condition for the
same date last year, and for the same date two yearsago. Condition of grapefruit
in that state is above that of a year ago, but well below condition on September 1,
1938. The September 1 condition of all California citrus fruits is well above
last year, and for oranges above that of 1938. Grapefruit and lemons are the same
as in 1938. Although the dropping of young fruit immediately following the bloom-
ing period continued longer than usual, dropping was lighter in some localities
than was anticipated earlier in the season.
"Texas grapefruit showed very little increase in size during August, but
sizes averaged considerably larger than on the same date last season. No general
rains occurred in the Texas citrus area, but local showers were beneficial to the
crop in some localities. The September 1 condition of both oranges and grapefruit
is below that of 1939 and 1938.
"Condition of Arizona citrus fruits declined somewhat during August due to
lack of sufficient irrigation water. The September 1 condition of grapefruit in
that state, however, is only 1 point lower than on the same date last year. Con-
dition of oranges is 5 points below that of a year ago."





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CHANGES AND TA1GRfES CAPRDT SIPMTTS (PAIT & BOAT BY WES
The following tabulations of carlot shipments (rail, boat & express) by weeks were
tken from the 'Weekly Sumary of Carlot Shipments" as released by the Washington Office
of the Agricultural rketing Service. Florida shipments for both the 1939-40 and 1938-
39 seasons include 'light' and 'heavy' cars. Cars.loaded 250 boxes or loss were counted
as 'light' cars and 2 light cars wore used as 1 car in these compilations. Total light
cars for the 1939-40 season were oranges 2,054 cars; grapefruit 204 cars; tangerines
31 cars and mixed citrus 1,070 cars. For the 1938-38 season, total light cars were -
oranges 2,550 cars; grapefruit 858 cars; tangerines 73 cars and mixed citrus 1,616 cars.
See Page 6 for Florida shipments of oranges, grapefruit and tangerines, by weeks, includ-
ing truck and mixed cars.

Week FIEA CALIF.# TEXAS # ARIZ. # ALL OTERS* TOTALS
ing 1939-40 1938-39 39408-39 39-4013 38-39 39-40138-39 39 9-40 _38.39 39-40138-39
q33 te. % f qgs S S ;. >ILangs.
1939 al
9/2 1395 1739 1395 1739
9 1271 1491 1271 1491
16 1 1359 1745 1359 1746
23 8 1264 1590 1264 1598
30 2 29 1216 1575 1 1218 1605
10/7 100 251 1444 1460 4 1 1544 1716
14 619 476 1281 1416 1 17 1 1901 1910
21 770 4 343 878 1169 11 22 15 1663 1549
28 667 47 722 815 1138 23 29 34 1552 1923
14 780 68 902 50 455 566 22 53 2 34 1327 1605
11 708 51 823 172 365 291 37 46 5 10 37 1171 1374
18 1002 189 1237 238 673 440 41 45 33 14 37 1919 2030
5 830 193 919 289 1256 1143 49 58 39 10 20 2338 2468
12/2 934 301 1079 327 1109 1344 26 62 9 24 8 10 2467 2846
9 1275 256 1433 429 1422 1345 23 57 8 10 5 7 2989 3281
16 2133 318 1760 451 875 883 32 56 19 2 3 3 3380 3155
23 1351 246 821 334 631 592 16 23 9 2253 1770
30 974 128 970 373 579 728 15 24 6 1702 2095
1 1423 265 1361 453 710 694 10 53 6 2414 2561
13 1733 151 1461 243 268 741 21 43 20 1 2193 2489
20 1422 159 1490 152 966 912 17 39 20 2584 2593
1468 100 1342 203 1305 933 24 24 4 2901 2502
2/ 1966 54 1248 172 998 814 70 63 3088 2297
10 219 27 1582 158 813 637 94 100 1153 2477
17 1295 26 1508 132 1184 1078 177 69 1 1 2682 2789
S 1105 21 1754 110 1115 871 85 44 1 9 1 2327 2789
3 1133 6 1418 78 1220 1247 45 55 1 2404 2799
9 858 3 1594 50 1322 1109 13 43 17 2196 2813
16 944 1742 45 1617 1282 4 33 1 2566 3102
23 954 2 1655 52 1329 1200 2 41 2 2289 2948
30 777 1 1588 30 1487 1236 20 9 2274 2874
4/6 738 1351 26 1349 1347 4 12 9 2100 2736
13 732 1189 15 1750 1582 6 2 25 4 2513 2792
20 722 1452 8 1674 1746 4 12 52 5 2452 3223
27 745 1235 8 1738 1571 11 53 6 2536 2831
5/4 576 1377 .4 1518 1302 4 34 6 2128 2693
11 496 1108 6 1578 1111 23 9 2097 2234
18 381 1151 3 1451 1020 18 8 1850 2182
25 285 1098 3 1455 1134 16 5 1756 2240
6/1 203 1123 1746 1004 7 6 1956 2133
8 101 1210 1894 1257 3 5 1998 2472
15 38 959 2075 1130 3 2113 2392
22 26 1003 1925 1233 1951 2236
S 14 766 1678 11.87 1592 1953
76 19 446 1146 945 115 191
13 7 542 1386 1050 1393 1592
2D 2 338 1679 1310 1681 1648
27 5 201 1651 1343 1656 1544
8/3 1 176 1602 1388 1603 1564
10 1 42 1754 1383 1755 1425
17 1 9 1592 1377 1593 1386


Includes a few cars tangerines.






T -2-TS IL & BAT BY


FIORIDA CALIF. TEAS AIIZ. AL OERS TOTALS
Week -- -- --. Puer
Ending 39-40138-39 39-46038-39 39-40|38-39 39-40138-39 39-40t38-39 39-40)38-39 Cuba Bico


Sept. 2
9
16
23
30
Oct. 7
14
21
28
Nov. 4
11
18
25
Dec. 2
9
16
23
30
1940
Jan. 6
13
20
27
Feb. 3
10
17
24
Mar. 2
9
16
23
30
Apr. 6
13
20
27
May. 4
11
18
25
June 1
8
15
22
29
July 6
13
20
27
Aug. 3
10
17


2 32
7 167
8 226
18 267
91 508
399 540
449 386
433 252
356 250
239 347
221 446
206 416
281 336
403 373
317 363
316 413
193 232
198 301
350 406
373 452
316 480
225 475
534 503
84 506
260 429
307 494
311 592
231 697
229 648
173 569
249 522
464 637
348 829
353 843
364 733
294 752
250 647
224 683
151 691
102 539
62 536
32 395
13 436
10 253
63
1 61
2 65
4 68
4 36
13
15


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12
97
26 302
257 434
397 331
472 440
405 355
456 348
439 522
497 329
395 416
373 528
604 430
262 276
208 302
455 599
591 714
485 504
460 390
535 617
532 707
415 580
369 632
504 646
421 811
395 614
277 646
160 571
375 402
254 283
108 252
51 205
26 128
128
71
11
1
2


11 15
33 79
21 34
24 27
23 22
34 14
37 17
31 17
29 21
18 15
11 6
13 10
16 19
27 27
35 21
35 30
49 24
40 34
32 37
22 24
31 32
53 49
37 33
30 54
35 53
45 56
655 53
60 64
84 85
107 113
130 93
102 87
67 95
45 80
49 77
60 62
54 17
87 13
19 3
9 2
1
30 54
35 53


76 58
64 176
63 239
34 290
114 607
452 842
732 838
872 673
857 736
674 735
706 824
685 964
824 686
836 817
736 924
942 866
470 518
421 617
824 1034
997 1200
844 1017
730 910
1132 1158
676 1256
714 1061
703 1167
853 1283
709 1574
670 1327
497 1294
454 1170
910 1138
700 1208
572 1192
547 1071
502 1042
497 926
425 879
289 840
236 652
190 664
212 536
191 515
221 318
66 98
96 159
87 158
75 133
60 74
111 49
91 75


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MIXED CITUS CARLOT SmIPMQTS (RAIL. BOAT & E~"PRESS) BY WEEKS


FLORIDA CALIFORNIA TEXAS ARIZONA ALL OTHERS TOTALS
Week
Eeking 39-4038-39 39-40 38-39 39-40138-39 39-40138-39 39-40138-39 39-40 38-39


1939
Set. 2
9
16
23
30
Oct. 7
14
21
28
Nov. 4
11
18
25
Dec. 2
9
16
23
30
1940
Jan. 6
13
20
27
Feb. 3
10
17
24
Mar. 2
9
16
23
30
Apr. 6
13
20
27
May 4
11
18
25
June 1
8
15
22
29
July 6
13
20
27
Aug. 3
10
17


2
1 2
1 6
19
3 44
49 48
118 83
120 70
127 99
182 189
246 229
472 386
347 307
370 365
435 540
738 745
586 431
277 340

427 401
405 373
334 340
331 386
343 422
45 402
177 386
177 388
217 397
158 365
129 326
123 284
102 272
97 253
94 252
91 262
77 202
69 197
62 152
55 150
29 146
23 131
15 124
9 92
7 112
1 58
51
38
40
39
12
7
3


117 85
71 62
97 56
61 30
57 15
56 25
26 30
17 27
19 18
15 21
11 8
7 10
14 11
24 14
25 24
23 16
6 20
17 19
26 33
19 45
47 47
42 35
35 45
36 38
43 55
36 57
44 55
46 69
40 41
43 54
43 56
47 47
54 56
51 72
41 30
12 26
22 22
51 34
55 34
49 46
97 67
141 91
122 76
110 92
118 76
134 161
145 138
146 124
127 107
126 91
145 108


2
!1
7
20 17
22 20
39 32
69 52
58 51
56 56
62 63
61 60
43 88
61 64
23 19
19 38

32 52
44 85
36 64
19 53
37 86
55 113
47 91
42 73
29 72
16 93
6 56
3 43
2 24
1 15
1 19
- 10
2
1 3
1
1


117
72
98
61
60
105
164
159
187
266
316
53S
427
458
505
824
617
316

489
472
420
393
415
140
267
257
290
220
175
189
148
146
150
146
123
92
92
110
86
75
112
150
129
111
118
134
145
146
127
126
145





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IORIDA TRUCK & BOAT SHIbP TS BY CLASSES AN W EES 1939-40 SEASON
Approximate number of cars on basis of 400 boxes per car.
Note- Truck shipments not included in the United States shipments boat included.


TR U C K
Week ORAN- I GRAPE- TANGER-
Ending GES FRUIT INES


1939
Spt. 2
9
16
23
30
Oct. 7
14
21
28
Nov. 4
11
18
25
Dec. 2
9
16
23
30
1940
Jan. 6
13
20
27
Feb. 3
10
17
24
Mar. 2
9
16
23
30
Apr. 6
13
20
27
May 4
11
18
25
June 1
8
15
22
29
July 6
13
20
27
Aug. 3
10
17


Cars

4
6
4
14
57
185
254
266
301
347
428
417
492
644
1,024
1,286
255
339
441
543
516
696
42
351
327
349
329
304
276
268
240
235
232
201
171
144
116
76
53
40
29
16
11


2
9
14
19
35
7i
78
88
90
81
103
103
100
112
111
123
111
65

95
110
119
108
149
19
109
101
104
96
87
88
90
97
87
78
82
72
59
57
46
34
27
22
11
6


BOAT


ORAG I GRAPE- I w T! taID
GES I FRUIT INES


_Cars







11
17
25
76
79
100
130
180
203
66
89
74
73
51
35

9
7
4
4

1
1


Week
Ending
1923
Sept. 2
9
16
23
30
Oct, 7
14
21
28
Nov. 4
11
18
25
Dec. 2
9
16
23
30
1940
Jan. 6
13
20
27
Feb. 3
10
17
24
Mar. 2
9
16
23
30
Apr. 6
13
20
27
May 4
11
18
25
June 1
8
15
22
29
July 6
13
20
27
Aug. 3
10
17


Cars




5
50
167
196
107
8
14
195
297
409
518
276
276
470
546
520
476

214
286
153
233
265
250
241
244
277
297
253
283
230
163
129
58
19
19
13
17
7


TOTAL 12,329 3 3,268 1,235


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Car s












1

1


1
1
4
39
63
94
30

74
166
169
172
106
95
174
212
187
134
167
30
136
121
38
44
81
100
96
148
164
194
221
166
92
94
82
65
28
6
1


Cars






4
-





15
21
1
36
81
75
65
58
48
81
66
66
45
34
7
10
14
4
3

1


"8,908 3,795 735


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MIXD CAR AALYSIS. BAzl SiTPEETS 1939-40 SEASON
Furnished through the courtesy of the Statistical Department,
Florida Citrus Exchange, Taqma, Fla.

ORANGES GRAPIERUIT TANGERINES
Date
For Week Season For Week Season For Week Season
Ending To Date Ending To Date Ending To Date


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

Ja. 6
13
20
27
Feb. 3
10
17
24
Mar. 2
9
16
23
30
Apr. 6
13
20
27
May 4
11
18
25
June 1
8
15
22
July 6
13
20
27
Aug. 3
10
17


50.94
58.21
58.99
44.29
48.79
47.37
43.23
48.82
53.00
60.29
55.87
53.67
52.78

48.98
52.97
62.74
60.70
55.49
56.52
76.00
56.99
49.79
50.90
50.74
68.18
59.46
53.00
60.20
58.51
55.00
57.53
50.75
58.18
56.67
50.00
67.00
66.67
57.14


49.12
55.50
56.97
53.19
51.85
50.58
48.03
48.19
49.06
51.04
52.17
52.39
52.41

52.10
52.17
52.84
53.29
53.42
53.44
54.12
54.20
54.06
53.98
53.92
54.17
54.25
54.23
54.31
54.35
54.35
54.38
54.35
54.37
54.38
54.37
54.39
54.41
54.41


49.06
41.79
41.01
40.71
41.55
39.85
31.07
29.66
18.75
14.50
18.81
16.15
26.04

23.81
24.47
17.09
25.72
28.73
30.44
17.50
33.33
46.38
46.71
48.53
31.82
40.54
47.00
39.80
41.49
45.00
42.47
49.25
41.82
43.33
50 .00
33.00
33.33
42.86


50.88
44.50
43.03
42.34
42.10
41.47
37.85
36.15
33.02
29.75
27.20
25.57
25.60
25.44
25.36
24.84
24.89
25.10
25.14
24.91
25.14
25.85
26.34
26.75
26.84
27.04
27.30
27.46
27.60
27.78
27.91
28.09
28.19
28.24
28.31
28.32
28.32
28.33


15.00
9.66
12.78
25.70
21.52
28.25
25.21
25.27
30.18
21.18
27.21
22.56
20.17
13.58
15.78
13.04
6.50
9.68
3.83
2.39
0.73

-


4.47
6.05
7.95
14.12
15.66
17.92
19.21
20.63
22.04
21.99

22.46
22.47
22.32
21.82
21.48
21.42
20.97
20.66
20.09
19.68
19.33
18.99
18.71
18.47
18.23
18.05
17.87
17.71
17.56
17.44
17.38
17.32
17.29
17.27
17.26


I- I


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6 -
-6-
TOTAL. SHIPENTS FOEIDfA CITRUS BY EKS
Note- Includes rail, boat, truck, express ad mixed citrus broken down into proper
proportions. All light cars counted as individual cars. Boat and truck reduced -b
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 Surplus Comnodities Corporation) shown in perenthesis for the 1939-40 season.
This Government Agency purchase 618 cars of oranges and 2,137 cars of grapefruit
during the 1938-39 season.

Week ORANGES GRAPEFRUIT TANGERINES TOTALS
Ending 1939-40 1 1938-39 1939 401938-39 1939-4011938-39 1939-40 1 1938-39

1939
Sept. 2 3 4 37 4 40
9 4 5 17 194 -21 199
16 5 11 22 272 27 283
23 5 38 36 322 -41 360
30 17 109 133 621 150 730
Oct. 7 187 400 502 656 689 1,056
14 895 720 585 496 1,480 1,216
21 1,131 612 583 356 4 1,718 968
28 1,013 1,037 505 369 79 2 1,597 1,408
Nov. 4 1,208 1,312 408 507 106 72 1,722 1,891
12 1,212 1,254 434 629 111 251 1,757 2,134
19 1,686 1,819 469 645 393 395 2,548 2,859
26 1,476 1,427 496 543 357 414 2,329 2,384
Dec. 2 1,672 1,722 591 592 514 510 2,777 2,824
9 2,304 2,336 498 599 509 728 3,311 3,663
16 3,824 409 3,291 604 690 714 837 5,142 4,818
23 3,039 444 2,058 406 394 634 689 4,079 3,141
30 1,397 196 1,356 338 429 254 544 1,989 2,329
an. 6 1,996 143 1,938 552 594 476 648 3,024 3,180
13 2,433 198 2,122 585 677 320 381 3,338 3,180
20 2,216 150 2,186 497 766 307 247 3,020 3,199
27 2,218 128 2,092 426 686 198 363 2,842 3,141
Feb. 3 2,915 1,998 784 802 144 281 3,843 3,081
10 290 2,328 119 801 35 260 444 3,389
17 1,835 2,245 410 715 44 228 2,289 3,188
24 1,564 2,540 471 774 46 181 2,081 3,495
Mar. 2 1,639 2,234 534 876 22 161 2,195 3,271
9 1,296 2,365 409 1,013 10 101 1,715 3,479
16 1,337 2,518 383 961 1 84 1,721 3,563
23 1,334 163 2,313 316 846 2 91 1,652 3,250
30 1,131 134 2,209 390 797 2 62 1,523 3,068
Apr. 6 1,049 67 1,910 613 897 45 1,662 2,852
13 1,053 37 1,773 473 1,074 31 1,526 2,878
20 1,049 21 1,876 465 1,154 18 1,514 3,048
27 1,027 12 1,652 488 953 9 1,515 2,614
May 4 794 3 1,765 399 960 7 1,193 2,732
11 677 1,463 345 856 8 1,022 2,327
18 532 1,493 308 894 7 840 2,394
25 380 1,443 210 891 4 590 2,338
June 1 271 1,429 148 687 419 2,116
8 148 1,516 93 685 241 2,201
15 73 1,171 60 510 133 1,681
22 46 1,241 27 550 73 1,791
29 26 934 16 331 42 1,265
July 6 19 567 -* 115 19 682
13 7 639 1 102 8 741
20 2 419 2 102 4 521
27 5' 258 4 110 9 368
Aug. 3 1 210 4' 55 5 265
10 1 60 -" 24 1 84
17 1 17 17 1 34

TOTAL 50,440 (2,105) 70,434 16,163 29,626 5,282 7,659 81,885 107,719
"Truck shipments not included unavailable.




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CITRUS SHIPMarTS. in Boxes, SEASONS 19Q0/01-1939-40..
Furnished through the courtesy of the Statistical Department,
Florida Citrus Exchange, Tampa, Fla.


SEAN FL. O IDA CALrmOIA MEAS
Oran- Graoe- anger- I A ran- Gra -
___ ges frit mes ges


1900-01
1901-02
1902-03
1903-04
1904-05
1905-06
1906-07
1907-08
1908-09
1909-10
1910-11
1911-12
1912-13
1913-14
1914-15
1915-16
1916-17
1917-18
1918-19
1919-20
1920-21
1921-22
1922-23
1923-24
1924-25
1925-26
1926-27
1927-28
1928-29
1929-30
1930-31
1931-32
1932-33
1933-34
1934-35
1935-36
1936-37
1937-38
1938-39
1939-40


282,080
779,266
917,993
1,563,963
2,368,954
3,035,306
3,040,881
2,605,000
3,707,200
4,775,430
2,937,990
3,703,920
5,533,110
5,570,715
5,626,260
5,222,955
4,558,830
3,075,530
5,275,100
6,612,480
7,495,200
6,821,280
9,032,760
12,358,800
9,308,520
7,467,840
8,888,240
7,065,360
13,547,520
7,664,040
15,736,610
10,834,176
13,464,485
14,511,496
14,010,560
14,236,916
17,190,976
21,679,591
27,422,640
19,582,760


70,520
194,817
229,498
390,991
592,238
758,827
760,220
645,000
926,800
1,344,090
1,625,580
1,065,900
2,404,995
2,241,120
3,782,925
2,862,465
2,883,510
2,254,920
3,153,500
5,500,080
5,100,120
6,000,120
7,200,000
7,461,720
7,665,480
5,720,940
7,047,568
5,920,560
9,353,160
5,850,720
12,178,590
8,446,080
7,912,105
7,509,501
8,696,684
6,943,826
10,802,103
7,877,787
11,679,200
6,379,426


* Included with Oranges.


i As of August 17, 1940.


F ,IDA: Includes rail, boat & truck shipments.
.ALFIOR A: 1918-19 through 1937-38 furnished by the California Fruit Growers
Exchange and represents rail & boat shipments prior seasons fran railroad reports.
.MS:. 1933-34 through 1937-38 are rail, boat & truck shipments prior seasons,
production.


74,250
107,250
53,130
186,645
134i895
290,835
284,625
206,655
251,160
342,040
387,360
604,800
478,800
667,080
498,600
809,280
593,080
779,360
710,800
1,329,080
637,920
1,916,615
1,785,984
1,749,445
1,856,247
1,675.848
1,855,539
2,781,773
2,027,559
3,071,287
2,112,800
*
*,
*
*
*
*



74,250
107,250
53,130
186,645
134,895
290,835
284,625
206,655
251,160
342,040
387,360
604,800
478,800
667,080
498,600O
809,280
593,080
779,360
710,800
1,329,080
637,920
1,916,615
1,785,984
1,749,445
1,856,247
1,675,848
1,855,539
2,781,773
2,027,559
3,071,287
2,112,800


352,600
974,083
1,147,491
1,954,954
2,961,192
3,794,133
3,801,101
3,250,000
4,634,000
6,193,770
4,670,820
4,822,950
8,124,750
7,946,730
9,700,020
8,370,045
7,648,995
5,581,610
8,770,640
12,499,920
13,200,120
13,300,200
16,899,840
20,319,120
17,783,280
13,781,860
16,695,168
13,696,720
24,229,760
14,152,680
29,831,815
21,066,240
23,126,035
23,877,244
24,383,092
23,036,281
30,774,852
31,584,937
42,173,127
28,074,986.


9,156,860
7,747,060
8,921,220
11,114,656
11,559,542
10,155,542
11,388,029
12,327,994
15,460,912
12,815,272
17,960,544
15,827,162
7,404,474
20,931,372
18,303,054
17,508,414
21,525,042
7,908,978
18,230,947
13,675,266
21,170,497
12,216,793
18,875,047
21,161,090
15,964,477
21,915,945
24,999,028
20,328,640
33,898,626
19,196,066
32,728,752
31,771,415
31,151,717
25,711,851
38,818,521
30,414,598
19,450,000
30,170,000
27,833,190
25,803,162##


3,000


35,000
65,000
211,000
200,000
361,000
524,000
753,000
1,530,000
1,135,000
2,480,000
1,385,000
1,055,352
1,983,024
2,069,268
6,589,668
6,655,383
7,487,130
7,261,200





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FLORIDA CITRUS U SED ALL CABERS BY WEEKS & T-DATE 1939-40 SEASON
Furnished through the courtesy of the Florida Citrus.Commission
Lakelaadl, Florida

Week O AN GES G AP E F RUIT
Ending Boxes Used To-Date Boxes Used To-Date


1939
September 30 121 121 856 856
October 7 279 400 9,289 10,145
14 3,061 3,461 11,789 21,934
21 429 3,890 15,258 37,192
28 475 4,365 8,640 45,832
November 4 1,829 6,194 9,756 55,588
11 3,328 9,522 10,620 66,208
18 11,499 21,021 8,170 74,378
25 19,840 40,861 47,210 121,588
December 2 24,181 65,042 91,949 213,537
9 33,113 98,155 192,230 405,767
16 55,178 153,333 185,826 591,593
23 54,721 208,054 236,474 828,087
30 35,697 243,751 190,906 1,018,973
1940
January 6 60,818 304,569 275,737 1,294,710
13 70,042 374,611 308,615 1,603,325
20 89,696 464,307 361,357 1,964,682
27 78,044 542,351 329,555 2,294,237
February 3 108,023 650,374 506,815 2,801,052
10 97,262 747,636 667,305 3,468,357
17 117,110 864,746 615,506 4,083,833
24 121,150 985,896 651,315 4,745,178
March 2 105,050 1,090,946 590,297 5,335,475
9 147,154 1,238,100 498,659 5,834,134
16 152,166 1,390,266 466,065 6,300,199
23 155,534 1,545,800 409,178 6,709,377
30 171,251 1,717,051 323,479 7,032,856
April 6 185,345 1,902,396 293,895 7,326,751
13 204,303 2,106,699 235,252 7,562,003
20 220,315 2,327,014 214,601 7,776,604
27 210,312 2,537,326 198,204 7,974,808
May 4 245,004 2,782,330 128,691 8,103,499
11 255,129 3,037,459 125,334 8,228,833
18 222,350 3,259,809 147,407 8,376,240
25 211,191 3,471,000 102,311 8,478,551
June 1 190,490 3,661,490 88,188 8,566,739
8 139,847 3,801,337 73,323 8,640,062
15 133,524 3,934,861 85,795 8,725,857
22 118,466 4,053,327 47,902 8,773,759
29 57,411 4,110,738 23,687 8,797,446
July 6 34,062 4,144,800 2,096 8,799,542
13 27,686 4,172,486 2,087 8,801,629
20 24,372 4,196,858 1,791 8,803,420
27 2,582 ,199,440 235 8,803,655
August 3 918 4,200,358 30 8,803,685







Ob,."~~d C~"'DCLC


:T. NOV. DC, JAN.I FE, MR.I .APR.IMY A JE JULY

1 8 3 10 11 13
1 9 13 14 4 1 -
2 3 *
2 9 21 14 9 14 .11 13 *

10 22 26 14 26 37 53 72 *
17 53 67 84 59 33 23 3 *
57 75 93 98 85 70 76 75 *

2 2 -
9 2 8 25 21
D 9 31 13 24 12 5 4 -
9 9 31 13 24 12 9 14 25 21

3 23 20 11 25 53 43 66 146 134
125 185 207 182 130 125 85 10 -
1 148 205 218 207 183 168 151 156 134
4 3 1 8 14 *
28 58 44 37 26 15 5 *
1 *
38 58 44 41 27 23 19 *
1 3 -
174 182 98 201 271 286 380 459 407
429 466 661 417 372 286 191 44 2
1 1 1 1 -
604 648 759 619 644 572 573 506 409

14 12 6 10 21 17 22 *
- 25 31 47 41 18 20 11 *
- -I 24 23 .29 39 -43 53 51 39 37 33 *


- 1 1
65 50 58 56 36 54 42 63 80 59 70
26 4 28 45 58 88 62 46 46 16
Q1 R4 A R4A 11 13R0 I' 1'- 15 IR -7


* S
* .5
* S
* *
* *


Aa. 3 -
Ariz. 19 20 3 23 4 -
Calif. 298 361 362 425 282 295 254 340 387 414 499 475 449
Florida 133 6 177 234 285 430 223 218 197 92 18
La. 2 -
Miss. 4 2 -
Tax 8 22 18 19 82 41 3 3 --
Total 431 367 362 610 544 622 723 645 646 617 617 497 449


Ariz. 1 6 2 -
Calif. 83 99 100 101 46 54 21 48 54 50 119 135 130
Florida 55 16 98 166 203 187 146 167 91 44 1
Miss. 1 -
Tex. 1 1 6 -
Thtal 138 115 100 200 213 258 208 200 221 142 169 138 130


Ariz. 2 11 2 -
Calif. 104 108 105 122 82 108 80 133 167 173 204 186 148
Florida 51 18 1 79 94 96 134 125 89 63 24 6 -
Miss. 1 -
Tex. 1 2 5 1 -
Total 155 126 10 202 179 204 214 263 257 L38 O23 1 148

Calif, 23 24 29 10 21 30 10 32 30 47 42 *
Florida 6 2 13 33 34 59 37 21 4 3 *
ex'. 1 *
Total 29 26 29 23 54 64 69 70 51 51 45 *
Not available.


Ariz.
Calif.
Florida
TPXr


Th +tqAl


Lcaio


Ci


---~-


ncinnati


9 -
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in 66 CITIES CFRO JULY 1939 THRU JULY 1940
NrKS AMi BY SATES OF ORIGIN




10 -
UIADS OF gMRANGES in 66 CITIES FROM JULY 1939 TRV JULY 1940
BY MONTES A BY STAE OF ORIGIN (CO7 'D

State I myI AU .ISEPT.. I OCT.I TOV. DEC.I JAm.I FEBI Ma.1 I AP .I MAY l aUY

rz. --- -5 -
Calif. 15 17, 16 5 2 9 2 3 9. 20 25 22 25
TeL. 7 13 11 26 37 2 4 -
Total 15 17 16 12 15 20 28 40 11 24 30 22 25
Dayton
clif. 9 10 13 5 3 1 3 6 9 11 *
Florida 2 3 15 11 7 6 4 *
Tex 2 *
Total 9 10 13 7 3 18 12 12 12 13 11 *
z. 1 2 2
Calif. 62 56 46 46 38 50 56 42 61 81 69 62 *
Tex, 1 *
ToIal 62 56 46 46 39 50 57 42 61 83 71 i2 *
Des Moines
Calif. 29 24 33 31 26 29 30 22 32 46 42 *
Florida 1 1 1 5 16 7 1 *
Tex, 5 6 1 12 *
,oaal 30 4 33 3 32 40 47 41 33 46 4 *'
i 4 2 4 5 2 -
Calif. 168 173 157 192 141 201 129 222 258 284 295 270 222
Florida 54 13 75 129 125 173 155 118 66 35 10 -
Tex. 1 8 4 -
Total 222 186 157 268 278 330 304 377 380 354 335 282 222
Duluth
Ariz. 1 *
Calif. 30 22 21 23 14 20 19 18 30 34 36
Florida 4 5 14 9 *
Tex. 3 4 -* *
Total 30 22 21 23 21 27 34 31 30 34 36 *
El Paso
Arz. 4 2 1 2 3 *
Calif. 28 28 29 17 14 15 16 15 22 15 22 *
Total 28 8 8 9 7 14 19 18 15 23 7 25 *
g3ansville
Calif. 7 8 12 1 1 2 1 4 5 9 *
Florida 2 9 18 42 18 15 8 10 1 *
,, Total 9 8 12 10 19 44- 18 16 2 15 10 *
Fort Worth
Calif. 6 8 1 3 7 2 8 13 12 9 6
Florida 1 -
Tex. 3 3 9 5 7 -
Total 7 ? 8 4 6 b6 5 9 8 3 12 9
Gramd Ra ids
Ariz. 1 *
Calif. 31 37 25 17 8 33 20 25 44 51 49 *
Florida 9 1 10 19 13 26 10 10 11 1 *
Total 40 38 25 27 30 46 46 38 54 63 51 *
Hartford
Calif. 41 48 51 37 18 16 10 15 45 26 44 *
Florida 17 30 59 63 88 66 9 54 33 *
Total 58 50' 51 67 77 79 98 81 104 80 77 *
Houston
iz. 1 3 *
Calif. 20 39 40 12 3 14 3 3 15 37 51 *
Tex. 1 3 -
Tothal r 3 40 12 1 1F 7 3 15 40 51 *


iapa-polis
ArTiz. 4 *
Calif. 39 45 60 33 25 34 22 29 35 52 64
Florida 5 1 6 28 34 40 19 7 12 1 *
Tex. 7 *
Total 44 46 60 9 54 68 62 5 42 68 66 *
cksonville
Clif 3 1 - -
Ttal -*


* Not available.


In




Ja





11 -

UmNAp S OF RANGES in 6s CITIES FROM JULY 1939 T-R JULY 1940
BY MONTES AD BY STES OF ORIGIN (CONT'D.
State JILYi A" .i 0.O NOc. DEC. JANY. FEB.I M ,. APR.I MAY I JUNE JULY
Kansas City
Aiz. 2 2 1 9 -
Calif. 72 52 60 51 37 67 23 47 66 79 55 66
Florida 2 3 16 32 7 3 1 -
ex,- 1 7 1 1 -
Toetal 78 52 54 46 9 58 63 71 89 55 66
Calif1 4 3 1 1 2 2

tal -3 3 17 18 18 2 0 *
Los Anieles
: t -., .2 8 1 5
Louisville
Ariz. 1 *
Calif. 22 26 26 11 2 4 1 4 12 26 38 *
Florida 7 36 41 69 66 62 32 24 9 *
Tex- 2 *
Tay e *
,Total 29 26 26 47 43 73 67 44 4 8 *
Memhis
riz.- 5 3 *
Calif. 23 30 31 10 4 6 2 10 6 10 25 *
Florida 10 25 46 89 53 30 33 28 8 *
Tex. 3 4 12 4 1 *
Total 33 30 31 35 53 99 55 52 43 44 *
Milwaukee
Ariz. -- *
Calif. 54 60 53 58 60 86 65 73 98 111 116 *
Florida 14 13 28 22 47 22 15 10 *
Tex. 6 6 3 20 8 *
otal 68 O 53 71 94 115 115 115 121 121 122 *
Minmeaolis
Aiz. 1 -
Calif. 73 66 61 62 51 82 71 74 105 100 104 79 84
Florida 5 1 6 11 21 15 1 1 -
Tax, 6 1 14 -
a9l 78 g6 61 65 63 99 93 103 106 102 104 79 84
Nashville
ali. 5 14 16 2 3 1 2 5 *
Florida 8 1 12 29 111 44 46 28 23 11 *
Tex. 1 *
'~tal 13 15 16 14 29 111 44 50 29 125*
Caif. 4 19 15 16 3 2 1 2 4 33 11 *
Florida 5 3 2 116 11 180 114 1 113 46 32 *
ibtal 54 22 15 18 119 116 181 116 117 4 *
New Haven
Calif. 10 22 10 14 10 1 2 6 10 15 11
Florida 7 1 8 26 37 41 19 22 13 14 *
Total 17 23 10 22 36 38 43 25 32 28 25 *
New Orleans
Aiz. 2
Calif. 18 27 37 13 1 6 1 12 34 23
Florida 54 9 32 34 58 63 79 54 87 20
Tax. 18 6 3 -
Sotal '72 36 37 45 34 58 98 66 91 34 34 23
New York City
Ari 1 -
Calif. 717 1104 1060 1198 597 422 292 440 605 626 877 1062 1154
Florida 904 121 511 862 1364 1761 1368 1328 1225 1012 223 39
Tax. 1 1
Puerto Rico 1 -
STotal 1621 1225 1080 1709 1460 1786 2055 1809 1933 1851 1889 .1285 1193
f. 8 10 16 2 3 2 2 2 6 *
Floridaj 2 2 3 4 2 3 *
Total 9 10 16 2 2 5 3 6 .3 9 *
* Not available.





12 -
,UNIADS OF GES-in 66 ITEMS JY 1939 THRU JULY 1940
BY MOMS AND BY SWMS Oo ORIGIN (CONT!D)
_________________ffgA= TS _________


SState
Oklahoma City
Ariz.
Calif.
Florida
Tex.
-.--Total

riz.
Calif.
Florida
Tex.


Total


I JULYI ATC.ISEPT.I OCT.I NOV.I DEC.I JA ,MI EB.I MA.R, AER.I MAY I NJU JLY


S- 2 -
15 19 17 12 10 20 12 6 23 37 29
5- 22 8 -

15 19 17 12 10 22 2M 12 23 3=9 29


- 3 1 1
31 35 33 31 29 31 29 32 39 57 56
1 1 3 4 12 7 1 1 -
-2 35 33 3- 33 37 47 3 --4-
32 35 33 32 35 37 47 4P 4n Rq 57


Calif. 23 21 18 26 23 29 22 24 24 43 37 *
Florida 1 2 4 9 13 10 1 *
Tex. 1 *
Total 24 21 18 28 28 38 36 34 26 44 37 *
Philadelphia
Ariz. 1 -
Calif. 288 411 348 360 142 96 67 125 162 211 345 420 483
Florida 216 33 189 390 512 614 539 434 353 266 29 -
Tex. 3 -
Total 504 444 348 549 532 M08 681 567 5Q- 555 511 449 4RT


ttsburgh


Ariz. 1 2 1 8 -
Calif. 151 175 156 163 121 136 110 151 189 228 276 264 229
Florida 35 1 86 115 122 185 160 104 85 33 2 -
Miss. 1 1 -
Tex .- 7 4 .- -
Total 186 176 156 249 237 260 29' 318 297 314 317 26 5 229


23 32 23 18 8 18 11 23 24 41 29
2 16 7 8 8 5 1 -
23 32 23 20 24 25 39 31 29 42 29


* *


Portland, Me.
Calif.
Florida
Total
Portland. Ore.


Ala. 2 -
Ariz. 3 4 -
Calif. 46 44 43 34 49 75 79 55 79 82 70 49 50
Total 46 4 43 34 49 77 82 59 79 82 70 49 s0


29 48 48 35 13 15 13 36 41 47 46
13 36 77 57 92 75 58 51
42 50 48 71 90 72 5 9 r;


Richmond
Ariz.
Calif.
Florida
Total
Rochester
Calif.
Florida
Tex.
Total
St.,Louis


11 14 18 -
T6 F4 18 2


- 4
1 3 4 9
8 25 13 21 28 14 15
8 25 13 22 31 18 28


25 44 29 22 21 27 15 22 38 43 41
2 8 18 16 23 16 18 7 2
-7 2-- 3 -3


* *


* *


Aiz. 2 1 -
Calif. 100 103 99 135 87 149 75 110 132 168 180 153 140
Florida 18 3 24 42 70 79 54 33 27 15 -
La. 2
Tex-, 2 25 26 12 33 14 1 -
Total 118 106 99 161 156 245 168 198 179 196 195 153 140


SPaul


Calif. 36 32 24 31 19 41 27 35 44 55 50 40 43
Florida 3 1 11 14 10 1 -
Tex. 2 7 -
Total 36 32 24 34 20 54 43 52 45 55 50 40 43


Salt Lake City


Calif. 25 19 12 23 13 36 26 27 25 33 33 22 *
Total 25 19 12 23 13 36 26 27 25 3 33 22 *


* *


Pi


Providence
Calif.
Vl ida


f


QI&o
1btal


I I


--


--~- -"


27 44 29 30 42 ZS 38 39 96 EQ 42


St.





- 13 -


I JUrLYI kUc.slr T.I ~r LNov.1 nE;..1 JAUNB.] MIM a~JAJR. MA.Y1 J[tJI ~TJVLY


2 2

- 2


2 3 12 28 27
-


* *


al 6 4. 4 4 17 10 10 14 13 25 *
....4 4 17 .. , 0 l 14 L5 -25- 8


-1 2 4
62 43 30 30 38 78 80 84 110 104 99
52 43 50 3 0 3 8 78 80 85 110 lo6 10o


1 7
- -


- 2
- 1


7
6 1


S8 8 9 1 1 - 3 6 8 *


24 8 15 19 12 24 17 22 38 28 27
- 2 1 17 4 1 -
2-- -21 3 -- -35 2 39 28 2


* *


Snolcane
Calif. 23 22 11 10 9 21 12 22 19 34 30
Tex. 1 -*
Total 23 22 11 11 9 21 12 22 19 34 3 *
Springfield, Mass,
Calif. 17 26 18 16 9 13 9 14 24 31 34 *
Florida. 6 1 12 30 25 52 42 27 22 9 *
Total 23 27 18 28 39 38 61 56 51 53 43 *


16 27 28 19 16 12 17 13 45 26 42
4 2 20 18 19 15 14 10 5
_- 2 -


* *
* *
* *


ex 2 3 7 *
Total 0 27 28 21 36 30 36 30 59 36 47 *


- -
3 2 3
, 2- ,,


- 1 4 3 1 2 1 -
4 13 2 5 6 5 6

: i5 7 .5 I .^ 6 i


Calif.




Florida
Toj ai-


-- 1
21 19 25 21 16 26 16 23 39 28 39
2 1 9 9 15 33 15 7 3 1
- 1 -- -.
23 20 25 31 26 41 49 38 46 31 41


* *
* *
* *
* *


Washington. D .
Calif. 37 73 64 33 10 10 9 16 20 18 51 *
Florida 15 28 36 60 75 57 67 54 14 *
otal '52 73 64 '1 4b 70 84 73 87 72 5 *


.alif.
Florida


Yousyrsown
Calif.
Florida
Taex l
Total


2 4 4 2 1 4 5 6 2
- 7 11 9 1 5 3 -
;5---Z--~-5---1'-~"9--T5--T---^-B-- -


1 13 0 92 1 6 19 2 2


11 13 10 9 8 20 11 16 19 24 27
- 5 8 16 20 5 5 3 -

-1 13 1 -- 14 16 .36 31 2 23 2 27


* *


*
* *
* *
* *


* Not available.


State


San Anuonio
Cali f.
Florida

"^ t ,l


16 13
2 -

T--77


8 3
- -


B
Calif.
Total
Shreveport

Florida
Tl^


Siour City
Calif.
Florida
*m-_


Syracuse
CaOlif.
Florida
Tw


* *


Tam


mA S OF Ss in 66 CITIES OM JULY 1939 THRU JULY 1940
SBYMO S Afig BY SBATC sor RIGIN MCOT'
CAG=OTS


Stte Ijal MA V. x-1JA.1M 1 AR m f yI =


San ani sco


-- --


.


v v


't_; T.-.l


-- --- - -- --- -- ---


I


3 2 ;5


I


-


Y---,, -


-. ......
* No% v ilable.


~Ler


4-91





14 -

UNLOADS OF MGAPEERJJIT in 66 CITIES FRM JULY 1939 WERU JULY 1940
BY MDNIHS AM BY S TTES SO RIm

State I UI AUG T.1 OC. NOV DEC JA. rESB. MiR. APE.1 MNY JIUEI JULY

orida 1 2 1 *
Tex. -4 7 5 4 1 *
-- talI .. 2 4 5 75 4 *


alif.
Florida
Tex.

Atl .aita
Ariz.
Calif.
Florida
Total
Baltimore
Ariz...
Calif.
Florida
Ta- -


3 -

_____ -


a----l ?1 2


Tex




Tex.
Cuba
;ImOort UnknoMwn
Tota ^^i "


16 19 22 27 21 11 12 *
- 17 1 *
- 1- *



S 2 3 2 4 2 2 2 2 -
1 5 2 3 a 4 2 2 2 2


- 3 -
1 9
4 42 46 48 51 55 50 59 39 14 1
18 2 i 1 8 2 -
5 44 58 0 A 7 gR 4 .1 17 1C


- 4 1 2 5 3
- 1 4 -
- 2 5 4


5 4 1

5 4 1


* *


S- 2 -
9 2 1 14 38 16
129 120 96 103 124 74 143 84 12 1
7 53 28 35 62 46 33 1 -

13 138 73 124- 139 18-6 10 176 s9 52 17


- 7 9 8 9 10


5 4


4 *
- *


To1 7 9 11 5 4 4 *


Ariz. -
Calif. 1 2
Florida -
Tex. -
Total 1 2


.cago


S 1 6
2 2 5
1 30 18 15 18 15 12 10 9
- 2 31 28 20 33 21 12 1
3 32 49 43 38 48 33 25 21


* *
* *
* *
* *
* *


Ariz. 3 17 18
Calif. 18 14 26 7 1 2 22 32 27
Florida 13 3 90 18 2 13 7 9 38 77 16 -
Tex. 133 264 283 291 267 243 182 -25 -
Cuba 14 3 -
Total 31 14 32 230 282 285 304 275 252 225 141 66 27


Cincinnati
Ariz.
Calif.
Florida
Tex.
Cuba

Cleveland
Ariz.
Calif.
Florida
Tax.
Cuba


S- 21 16 2
6 1 7 8 18
3 65 16 20 15 22 28 36 40 2 -
36 81 64 75 88 63 42 2 -
1 2 4 78 70 2
1.1 102 97 84 .9a -110 91 78 70 26 20


Total 12 3


..- 18 14 2
4 1 1 10 8 10
1 53 5 14 14 21 8 23 38 1 -
- 38 75 76 92 87 104 63 4 -

6 92 80 90 106 108 112 87 70 23 12


2 9
3 1 2 4 9
4 11 1 4 4 8 13 10 7
- 5 J9 24 36 28 18 8 -
7 1 2 16 30 28 40 .36 31 24 25


* Not available.


Flo-rida


Ch3


Ariz.
Calif.
Florida
Tex.
Total


* *


_ _


m ~ ~~~~ ~~ 1 . .. .. I


Z -


. 1 .


. .. . . .. . .. . - I I


19 10


I


* No% av il ble.


T%_ -'





15, -
MUMQADS OF GAPE0mUIT 66 CITIES FROM JULY 1939 THRU JULY 1940
BY MNS AND Y STATES OF RIGIN (CONT'D)

state I mJULY .mISEPT.l OCT. NiO7V.I DEC.I JA.I r EI MAR.i l AIR.l MAY I JUNEl JULY
Dal as

Teifx.. 11 8
Total I 1 .1 8 4 1
if. - *
Florida 1 3 1 -
Tex. 1 3 3 2 3 2 *
'b"al 2 5 2 4 2 *
Tot 1 8 11
z. I .-8 11I
Calif. 15 4 6 3 -10 7
Tex 1 *
Totl 16 4 6 3 18 17
Des Moines
Ariz. 2
Calif. 4 3 2 1 2 10
Florida 1 1 6 2 -
Ta. 23 37 16 31 19 9 5 1 *
3otal 5 3 2 24 38 16 31 19 15 9 13

z.- 1 1 4 22 15 2
Calif. 10 10 13 1 16 16 16
Florida 10 1 1 69 26 18 14 29 20 39 47 1 1
Te., 49 97 115 125 100 111 81 2 -
Total 20 11 14 118 123 134 139 130 131 125 87 2 19
z. 5
Calif. 2 1 1 2 1
Florida 1 1 2 2 1
T x. 10 15 11 17 13 13 6 *
metal 1 2 12 15 11 17 14 15 10 7
Aiz. 2 3
Calif. 7 2 -- -
Tex. 1 1 1 3 1 *
i Ttal 7 1 1 1 I *
xmgyille
Ariz. - 1
Calif. 1 1 -
Florida 1 1 1 2 4 2
Tax.. 2 3 3 2 *
T. al 1 1 4 3 2 4 35
Fort Worth
Tex. 1 3 - 1 2 3 -
SIotal 1 3 1 2 3 -
Grand. Rapids
Ariz. 1 a
Calif. 1 5
Floria 1 2 1 -
Tex. 10 25 12 24 18 14 10 1 Q *
Total 10 25 12 24 19 16 13 6 a *
florida 18 24 17 25 18 21 21 10
Tex. 1 -
T1tal 18 24 17 25 20 21 22 10 a
Houston
Ariz. 3 *
Calif. 2 -
Tm. 2 2 2 1 1 *
Ttal 2 2 2 2 1 3 a a


Indiana-polis
Ariz-.
Calif.
Florida
Tex.;
a Toftal --,
JackNoailble.
* Not available.


5 4
3 1
8


3 1 ~- -
- 3 1 2 -
- 16 37 18 24 18
1 19 37 19 26 18


- 10 15
S -5 7

9 15 22


*


a
a
a
a
a
a


I I I


I





16 -

UNIADS OF GRPm UIT in CITIES FRCM JTLY 1939 THRU JTULY 1940
BY MOTES AMD BYD STATrES OFCr GRIIN (R
-ARTpls


I JULYI AUC..I SEPTJ OCT-.I NOV I DEC .I JAN FF .. I MAR..1 APR .I MAY. I JUNE I JULY


Ariz. -4 2 1
Calif. 9 5 1 3 2 2 20 11 10
Florida 2 2 2 -
ex 13 33 27 43 9 15 8 -
T.tal 9 5 15 18 33 27 43 29 19 1 24 1 3 I11


- 2
- -


A


1 10 4
2 9


8f 1i


, __ __
Tex (-


S *
_1* *
*


1 .- --.... 15 8 22 21 16 27 25 16 20 *
1 15 28 22 21 16 27 25 16 20 *
15 28 22-- 1 1 7 2 6 2


S- 3 10

S 7 5 7 11 2 6 7 2
- 11 9 ? 15 18 1 5
S 18 14 14 28 1 6 7 75


1 2 4
4 1 1 -
S1 14 8 I 9


~Y~~Total. 5 -


Minneapolis
Ariz.
Calif.
Florida
Tex,

Nashvilla
Florida
Tp-


10 4


4 1

4 1


3
1
3 5
4 -
7 9


9 1 6
- 9 1 6
30 62 54 66 65 63 36 3
- 39 63 54 66 65 63 36 20

- 2 3 5
9 6 1 11
- 1 2 1 3 10 4
51 97 70 94 65 64 23 4
9 58 97 72 95 67 67 37 24
1-5L- B-Z-s _&---_
1 6 5 4 10 8 4 3 6

?1 -5 1 -7-


* *
* *
* *
* *
* *


* *


5
*
*


vark
Ti-rida 1 27 30 44 39 20 14 2 *
Total 1 - 27 30 44 39 20 14 5 -

^Fl9Tal 4 4 2 5 7 24 5 1 *
Total 4 4 2 5 7 *


NJew OTrleans
Florida
Tex.
Cuba
Total-
New York City
Ariz.
Calif.
Florida
Tex.
Cuba
Haiti
Puerto Rico
Pt+'al


12 1 2 8
4
1 3 -
12 2 5 12


- 3 2 3 1 1 8
6 9 13 15 16 '20 1

6 12 15 1 17 2 9


11 -


21 1 1 2 1
29 586 554 612 702 594 465 740 432
20 33 78 101 146 102 55 4
113 6 -

S 29 6 37 33
167 642 588 693 803 741 73 832 "477


"-- r nr
238 106f


- 1 3


*
-I *


To*l - 3


State


its Cit


LexLngton
Florida
T ex


LO


;Angeles


Arizo
Iotal,


Calif.
Florida
Tex.
STotal
Memnhis
Ariz.
Calif.
Florida

T-Toal.
Milwaukee
Ariz.
Calif.
Florida
TnA-


Thtal


Florida
Iea.


Nei


* ^


I I II


I I


S ---


238


," 1 ,


Kaz


Irntal





17 -

UIADS OF GRAPEFRUIT in 66 CITIES M JL 1939 TERU JULY 1940
BY MLN 2S AMD BY STA-TES OF ORIGIN ( CONT'D.
W___TS ,


1 .navi mr. Imme I new I we .1 .mi as I am I am.I mY I Junl JULY


1 -

1 2


- 1


- 1 *
S *

2 1 *


Calif.
Florida

Calif.
Florida
Tex, 1



Calif.
Florida
Tex.,
M+.1


1 2
10 25 19 13 15 9
11 25 19 13 15 11


2 *
1 *
1 1 *
2 *
-4 4 *


- -. .- . 1 1 1
I l l-1 1
3 -.- 5 18
3 157 157 128 150 138 93 169 109 33 3
- 17 35 29 42 85 56 38 2 -

5 175 192 157 192 223 149 --? 112 39 -2


- -1 17 15 4
6 --- 18 7 7
- 69 39 27 41 28 26 42 30 1 -
- 18 57 60 06 74 78 58 3 -
6 87 96 87 110 102 104 101 68 23 11


- -

3 2 5 14


1 4
1 -
2 1
2 -


Portl= Ore.
Ariz.
Calif.
Florida
Tex,

* Providence
California
Florida
Tex,.
otal


1 1
2
2 -

3 1


9 17 11 24 16 18 26 24 9 5
11 9 8 2 5 2 1 11 9 12
- 1 2 2 1 2 1 -
- 4 9 10 9 13 3 3 -
i1 23 34 23 35 38 24 30 37 19 17


- -
16 10 14 19 24 19 19

S 16 10 14 19 25 19 19


8 *


- 1 3 1 2 2 4 5 *

S4 1 2 2 4 5 *


- 5 6 5 6 5 1 8
- 8 5 5 6 2 3
- 8 14 rn 11 11 11


* *
* *
* *
* *
* *


Ariz. -- -2 9 16 4
Calif. 9 5 6 1 2 3 21
Florida 4 2 18 -- 4 4 24 1
Tex. 6 69 10 96 105 98 109 5 11 -
T'hal 1F 9 19 in 97 2 1 n R5 I i


S- 1
-2 2 1 3
S17 24 3 29 27 24 11
-" 1 I 1 at m - -- 3 1 -1 s8


* Not available.


Sta+A.


4 2 4 10
- 1 2 2 2 1 *
S 9 1. 1 24 8 8 5 *
4 12 18 17 24 91 iR 11 12 *


A z.
Calif.
Florida
Tex.


Phi~delphia
Arhiz.-
Calif.
Florida
Tex.


iitisburgh
Ariz.
Calif.
Florida
TA-r


41 1


1
5 5
5 -

11 5


T--al


Portland. Me.
Ariz.
Calif.
Florida
Tex. ..
T-+R1


Richmond
Florida
Tex,


Ariz.
Calif.
Florida
Tex.
St ou al
St. Louis


Florida
tal


I --- .


I


1. 2.


m i i I


=- -- Y .-C U --- ~- 1- ~~ -I --


- -


41 I [ .. .


-- -- --- ~--- -I --


^-* .* **


.. . Z -


. --


.-- v . . . . . . . .. . . . . ...


1


1- 0 4 1 5 1 1


i


" I i I I . . .. i I -- I I I


Total 1 17 23 29 27 11 8


2


-





18 -
UNTMADS OF GRAPEMUIT in 66 CITIES FROM JULY 1939 THRU JULY 1940
BY MDNTES AND BY STA-ITES OF ORIGIN (CONTI'.

State JULY A TISEP.I OCT. OV. I DEC.I JAN.I M~I M. .I APR.. MAY JI UJE JULY
Salt Lake City
Calif. 1 1 1 1 2
Florida 1 1 -
ex. *
Total 1 1 2 2 1 1 2
San Antonio *
San Francisgco
Ariz. 4 5 21 13 9 11 16 10 15 6
Calif 9 7 3 4 3 11 9 12 6 15 18 7
Total 13 7 3 9 24 24 18 23 22 25 33 13 *
3 8 18 22 23 20 26 23 28 11 8
Calif. 12 8 4 8 2 4 3 8 3 5 5 11 13
Florida 2 1 2 1 -
Tex. 6 17 8 24 10 2 5 -
Total 15 8 4 24 37 34 51 40 31 33 34 22 21
Shreveport -- -
~p~~cltv;-----------------4*
iz. 3 4 *
Calif. 2 4 3 2 1 3 4 *
Florida 1 2 -
Tex. 12 3 15 14 4 *
... ''Toal 3" 4 .3 16 8 3 15 14 5 8 *

Ariz. 4 5 3 1 2 3 3 *
Calif. 2 3 3 1 2 1 4 3 4 11 *
Tex. 4 7 3 7 4 4 *
--- bai 2 5 1 8 11 9 9 .9.. 14 *
Sprifiegld. Mass.
Florida 1 4 8 2 9 12 7 10 2 *
Tex, 1 --.* ,-
Toal 1 4 3 9 12 7 10 2 *
Syracuse
Ariz. 1 2 *
Calif. 3 *
Florida 3 3 4 8 4 *
Tex, 1 4 2 5 2 *
Total 4 4 4 12 2 5 7 5 *
T- -
Terre Haute
Calif. 3 -
Florida 2 1 -
Tex. -.- 1 1 2 2 *
Total 4 1 2 2 2 1 *
z. 2 5 9 *
Calif. 5 1 1 2 1 2 *
Florida 2 6 8 3 3 4 *
Tex.- 8 15 8 17 6 4 -
Total 7 1 14 15 16 21 13 5 15 11 *
Washington
Florida 1 23 25 19 24 18 16 19 13 *
Tex. 8 5 7 4 -*
Total 4 33 22 29 25 20 19 13 *
Worcester
Florida 1 3 *
Total 1 *
Yougsto wn
iz. 2 *
Florida 2 3 3 5 4 3 1 *
Tax. 4 6 7 9 9 2 *
Total 2 3 7 11 11 9 9 5 *
* Not available.





19 -

UNITOADS OF FOIDRIDA TANGERNES in 66 CITIES


City
Akron
Albany
Atlanta
Baltimore
Birmingham
Boston
Bridgeport
Buffalo
Chicago
Cincinnati
Cleveland
Columbus
Dallas
Dayton
Denver
Des Moines
Detroit
Duluth
El Paso
Evansville
Fort Worth
Grandi Rapids
Hartford.
Houston
Indianapolis
Jacksonville
Kansas City
Lexington
Los Angeles
Louisville
Mephis
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 City

ringfield Mass.


Terre Haute
Toledo
Washington, D.C.
Worcester
Youngstown


#-Ad ditional tangerine unloads


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30
2
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52
17
22
2


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2

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7

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5
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1
47
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57
8
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31
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69


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16
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11

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7
16
6
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357


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74


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56
27
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4
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303


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Dec.


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20 -

UNLOADS OF MIXED CITRUS in 29 CITIES FROM JUTT 1939 THR JULY 1940
BY MITNIS AND BY STATES OF ORIGIN (COTD.)
. ... .. c ,i s ..... .. .....


I JEJLYI AUC.. I SEPT.I OCI. I NO`. I DEC .1 JAiN.I -8i Mii1 F'R] MY JUNE.fl"r


Atlanta
Calif.
Florida
Tr+otal


Baltimore
Calif.
Florida
Total


Boston
Calif.
Florida
Tex.

Chicago
Ariz.
Calif.
Florida
TrA-


2 1 1
2 1 1 3
4 2 1 1


1 - -- -
8 2 2 -


2

- 2


2 1 5 1 1 1 1 2 -
18 12 31 2 31 26 16 25 22
2n 3 5 24 31 53 32 27 18 25 22


15 6 12 6 2 1 7 3 13 4 3
26 3 29 59 93 137 54 66 59 33

41 9 12 35 6-- 94 147 57 79 36


l -


Total


Cinci ati
Ariz.
Calif.
Florida
Tex,
Total
Cleveland
Calif .
Florida
Sotal
T 'otal


S- 1 5 5 4
27 26 25 25 3 2 8 12 18 11 6
18 8 37 51 76 29 15 11 21
- 15 58 I0 37 8 1
45 28P 25 42 56 76 99 77 41 22 32


--
9 6
21 6

- 1-
Mn 1-3.


- 2 -
6 2 1 -
19 50 59 46 17 21 15 17

19 I n q 4 -- R-- 2 1F""


8 9 13 5 1 5 1 1 1
8 2 9 26 29 39 7 3
1- 1 1 1 4 -
16 1 13 i4 28 35 -41 12 4


S 5
9 10

- 1-
Q R q


4 2
7 2
1- --


1
16 30
1

18 o


4
1 -

-1 -
1 4


11 16
- -


II 1


- 1
- -


5 F- 4


- 1


Total 3 5 5 4 4 1 1 -


Aiz.
Calif.
Tex,

Detroit

Calif.
Florida
Tex
Te l


Ttn+al


- 1


9 2 2 1 -
- 1 -
S 2 2 1 1 -


4 *
-*


- 1


- 2
7 10 9 11 2 3 3 5 5 8 3
20 3 1 7 31 55 60 20 9 4 4
- 1 5 5 6 3 13 -
27 13 10 19 38 63 69 28 14t 13 9


- 3
- 3


4 12
1
5 12
5 12


Indiapanolis
Florida- --- 4- *
Total 4 - - *
Kansas City
Calif.2 4 3 1 - - 1 -
Florida 1 1 1
Tex, 12 7 2 3 - -
Total 2 3 4 -
Los Ageles
Ar iz. -- *
ta -1 - *


6 6 4 2
- 2
- -
9 4 4


- 1
1 6 5
6 4 7


- 3 1
3 -
-------^-~-


* Not available.


State


if.
Florida
TeT


Milwaukee
Calif.
Flor ida
Tex.


Fort Worth
rTlna -


I 1 M ISP .1OT. OV 1 E A A -1MR AP ILY TIM I.7T-


-2 2.-


--


m


j, ,---


11"


'L~ '" I "~ "~ I


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I


--- -- --~~-~~-~


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II


'.. ..


=


Tex.


--


m


- 20

3 20


4 <





- 21 -


UIDA DS F MIXEI CIORUS in 29 CITIES FRQM JULY 1939 T ARU JULY 1940
BY MDMIS AMD BY STAES OF ARI.Ig ( CO I ..

State I JYlj AUG.ISEPT.I OCT.I NOV,! DC..I JAW. -EB.i W. APRI MAY I JUNE JULY


Camlis .
Florida

Tex.ori,
Calif.

Florida

Florida
La.
0' t.


3 2
- --


2 1 -
- 4 4


3 -
- 8
1
5--B- 4


6 15
2 1
- -6


Ariz.
Calif.
Florida
rTnv


84 129 89 7 5 1 3 2 2
22 3 1 54 335 171 148 129 145 28
- 1 2 I -


1
80 179
19 3


Total 106 132 s 62 342 172 149 133 147 30 33 100 182
lahma City -


s lif.
Florida


4 2
6


1 1
1 4 3
1 3


.ex. -. .-. :

Calif. 7 21 15 8 4 1 1 2 3 1 1 3 19
Florida 17 5 24 104 10 130 61 74 51 37 12 -
Total 24 26 15 A2 108 151 131 b3 77 52 38 15
Pit sburh
Aiz. 1 2 2 -
Calif. 8 8 12 11 1 4 4 1 4 2 6 4 12
Florida 9 3 13 59 63 53 28 9 15 7 -
Tex. 1 1 2 1 -
Total 17 11 12 25 6M 68 5 2 29 14 18 -6--6 1
Port Ore
if. 9 1 4 2 1 1 3 5 5 2 2 -
Florida -- -- 1 -
Total 9 4 2 2 4 3 5 5 2 2 -


St. Louis
Ariz.
Calif.
Florida




Tex.

Saml, 'I% city
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22 -

DISTRIBUTION OF FIDRIDA CITRUS (BAIL. BOAT & TRUCK) 1939-40 SEASON


Distribution of Florida citrus by rail, boat and truck during the
1939-40 season did not reach the high figure of 1938-39 by several thousand cars.
Destinations were tabulated on only 68,200 cars as compared to 100,087 a year ago and
72,553 in 1937. The percentage by truck was heavier however, and the proportion of
the rail movement increased somewhat but boat shipments were relatively less. Of the
68,200 cars, rail shipments accounted for 40,522, boat 13,265 and truck the equivalent
of 14,413 cars.

BAIL AND BOAT
Over half of the 33,739 cars of Florida oranges by rail and boat reached
the States of New York, Pennsylvania and Massachusetts with most of the total rail and
boat movanent again destined to the eastern states. Nevertheless, the number of states
represented in the total distribution of Florida citrus remained surprisingly large.
Only the States of Arizona, California, Idaho, New Mexico and Wyoming did not receive
carlots of Florida citrus. A large number of the southern states received proportion-
ately more cars of oranges than a year ago, but this may be partly accounted for by
the relief shipments to these states. Belief cars, which totaled 2,105 for the season,
were destined to thirty one states and the District of Columbia. For the first time,
a segregation of relief car destinations has been made available. In the tabulations,
two columns have been included. Under the heading 'Total All' both commercial and
relief cars have been tabulated. No relief purchases of grapefruit were made during
the 1939-40 season. Again fewer cars of grapefruit were destined to the Middlewest and
proportionately more distributed to the East. The distribution on 10,376 cars amounted
to approximately one-half of the figure of 20,494 cars in 1938-39. New York State re-
ceivda 4,966 cars compared to 7,922 last year, Illinois 295 against 773, Indiana 31 con-
trasted to 224, Michigan 291 against 800, Missouri 54 contrasted to 198 and Ohio 521
compared with 1,421. There was little variation in destinations of tangerines and mixed
citrus from last season.

.TUCK
The Florida truck distribution continued its increased volume to the
more distant points. Proportionately more Florida oranges reached the States of
Arkansas, Missouri, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Wisconsin, New York, Ohio and Pennsylvania
than during the 1938-39 season. Also the tangerine truck movement to the Middlewest
and to the more distant eastern states increased materially. Grapefruit reflected the
tendency noted in the rail shipments of less fruit to the Middlewest and more to the
East. Truck receipts to such States as Michigan and Missouri were decidedly under
those of a year ago and there were appreciable increases to New York and Pennsylvania.
The only State receiving more than a million boxes of Florida citrus by truck for the
season was Georgia with a total of 1,207,339 boxes. North Carolina followed with near-
ly 800,000 boxes and Virginia received slightly more than 650,000 boxes. Alabama and
South Carolina approached the half million mark.





In comparing the rail, boat and truck distribution with shipments, it
should be kept in mind that shipments were made both before the Ma1rket News Office
was opened and after it was closed and destinations of these shipments were not avail-
able. There were 965 cars of mixed citrus shipped via express. The passing through
the Florida gateways, Potomac Yard and Cincinnti (corrected by diversions at Savanah,
Atlanta and Cincinnati), together with boat destinations and truck passing at the
guard stations in the northern part of the State, form the basis of the distribution
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.




-23 -
DISTRIBUTION f FIO MIDA. CITRUS (PAIL & BOAT) 1939-40 SEASON


Abbeville 2
Andalusia 7
Anniston 20
Athens 2
Attalla 1
Birmingham 331
Clayton 2
Columbiana 2
Dadeville 1
Decatur 17
Denopolis 4
Dothan 1
Evergreen 1
Fayette 3
Florence 4
Gadsden 9
Geneva 2
Greensboro 2
Huntsville 14
Jasper 4
Leed s 1
Linden 1
Livingston 1
Luverne 2
Marion 3
Mobile 9
Monroeville 2
Montgomery 43
Opellka 1
Phenix City 1
Roanoke 1
Russellville 5
Scottsboro 2
Selma 25
Sheffield 3
Sylacauga 1
Talladega 7
Troy 1
Tuscaloosa 13
Wetu5ka 21
Yotal ---94
ARKANSAS
Bentonville 1
Caemen 1
Forrest City 3
Ft. Snith 3
Garrison 1
Hot Springs 1
Jonesboro 3
Little Rock 3
Mbrnoth Spring 1
Monticello 1
Newport 3
Pine Bluff 2
Russellville 3
Texarhana
Total

fefville 1
Hamilton 2
Montreal 92
North Bay 4
Ottawa 1
Prescott 2


2
2
2
2

2
2
1
2
1
1
2
3
2
24
2
2
4
1
1
2
2
4
2
8
1
1
2
2
2

2
1



1
1
3
3
1
1
3
3
1
1
3
2
3
28


C- o(Cont'd)
St. Catherine
Toronto
Vancouver
Windsor
Total
CONNECTICUT
Bridgeport
Hartford~
Middleton
New Britian
New Haven
Norwich
South Norwalk
Stamford
Torrington
Waterbury
Total


176
443
2
3
199
2
4
2
3
-A-


2
7
1


-1


DELAWARE
Wilmington 2 2
Total ---2 5
DIST, OF COMBIA
Washington 39 28
Total 391 28


4FAm k Virgs 1
*Jacksonville 7
Lake City 1
Madison 1
Marianna 2
Panama City 2
Pensacola 4
Quincy 1
River Jct 3
Tallahassee 1
Trenton
Total
GEORGIA
Albany 9
Americus 1
Athens 3
Atlanta 108
Augusta 16
Blakely 1
Columbus 140
Cuthbert 1
Dawson 1
Douglas 1
,Dublin 1
fEverott 2
Gainesville 4
Greensboro 1
awkinsville 1
tKan Yards 1
Lesup 21
La Grange 4
Mc Rae 1
Macon 17
Marietta 7
Menlo 2
Milledgoville 3


1
7
1
1
2
2
4
1
3
1



7
2
12
3
5

1
1
4
1

1
-


5
6

1


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AllI Only.

4
s 5 -
52
1
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GEORGIA(Cont'd 1
Monroe 1
Newnan 1
Rome 9
*Savannah 6
Sumerville 1
Swainsboro 2
Thornsville 1
Thomson 1
Toccoa 1
Valdosta 2
*Waycross 5
West Point
Total 8

Beardstown 3
Benton 5
Bloomington 4
Bridgeport 4
Cairo 4
Canton 2
Carbondale 35
Centralia 3
Champaign 9
Chicago 1829
Danville 32
Decatur 9
De Kalb 1
Dixon 3
East St. Louis 17
Edwardsville 5
Eldorado 6
Elgin 4
Englewood 1
Freeport 2
Galesburg 4
Gillespie 2
Hillsboro 3
Jacksonville 3
Joliet 4
Kankakee 3
La Salle 4
Lincoln 3
Macomb 3
Marion 5
Mattoon 2
Moline 2
Mounds 3
Mt. Carmel 3
Mt. Vernon 2
Murphysboro 3
North Chicago 3
Pekin 2
Peoria 40
Pittsfield 2
Pontiac 1
Quincy 4
Robinson 2
Rockford 6
Rock Island 5
parta 2
pringfield 8
erling 3
Taylorsville 3
Urbana 3
White Hall
Total


1

1
2

5
1
2
5
68

3
5
2
3
2
2
2
89
4
4

.5
5
4
3

2
3
2
3
3
4
2
4
3
3
5
2
2
2
2
2
3
3
2
3
2
4
2
3
2
4
3
3
3
24


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24 -

F O FIQRIDA CITRUS MAIL & BOAT)


RANGES (CoNTINmD)'


Allr O ly


Total Belief
All nly


INDIA
And.er son
Bedford
Bloolmington
Brazil
Clinton
Columbus
Decatur
Elkhart
Evansville
Ft. Wayne
Gary
IndieaztHarbor
Indianapolis
Kokomo
La Fayette
Logansport
Michigan City
Muncie
New Albany
Princeton
Richnond
Seymour
South Bend
Sullivan
Terre Haute
Vincennes
Total

1Tia
Burlington
Codar Rapids
Creston
Davenport
Des Moines
Dubuque
Eldora
Estherville
Ft. Dodge
Highland park
Iowa Falls
Mar shall town
Mason City
Sioux City
Spencer
Waterloo
Total

Huchinson
Kansas City
Salina
Topeka
Wichita
Total


IK~TUCEY
Ashland.
Barbourville
Bardstown
Bardwell
Beattyville
Bowling Green
Caembellsville
Catlettsburg
Central City


5
3
2
1
2
2
1
2
116
51
4
6
145
5
8
4
1
11
3
1
12
4
24
2
16



1
6
7
1
12
29
5
1
2
4
1
2
1
1
21
1

3
3
3
1
6

A


1
2
1
2
1
1
5
2
4
10
4

1
3
2
2
6
2
4



1

1
1
1
1
1

2
1
1
1
1
- *


KETCCEI(Cont'd)
Corbin 2
Covington 1
Cumberland 1
Danville 4
Emlinence 1
Fleming 1
Fulton 1
Glasgow 2
Greensburg 1
Greenville 2
Harlan 5
Hartford. 1
Hazard 3
Henderson 16
Hicklmn 1
Hopkinsvillo 2
Irvine 1
Jackson 1
Lebanon 1
Leitchfield 1
Lexington 121
Lothabr 2
Louisa 1
Louisville 357
Madisonville 1
Manchester 1
Mayfiold 2
Maysville 2
Middlesboro 1
Morehead 1
Morganfield 1
Mt. Sterling 1
Mt. Vernon 1
Newport 1
Owensboro 20
paducah 31
paintsville 2
Paris 1
Pikeville 2
Pineville 1
Prestonburg 1
Princeton 1
Royalton 1
Russell 1
Russellville 1
Scottsville 1
Samerset 1
Stanton 1
Whitesburg 1
~Whitley 1
Williamstown 1
WinchesterTo
Total -23


LOUISIANAM
Abbeville
Alexandria
Arcadia
Bastrop
Baton Rouge
Bogalusa
Crowley
Denham Springs
Garyville
Hanmond
Houma


1
1
1
1
1

1
1
1
1
.i



2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
5
1
1
1
I
1

1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1





1
1
1
1
1
1
1
-4















1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1


LOUISIAA(Cont'd
Jena 1
Lafayette 1
Lake Charles 1
Leesville 1
Mansfield 1
Marksville 1
Monroe 1
Natchitoches 1
New Iberia 1
New Orleans 442
Oaldale 1
Opelousas 1
Port Allen 1
Rayville 1
Ruston 1
Shreveport 7
Tallulah 1
Thibodaux
Total 480


Porland
Total

Baltimore
Gwynns Run
Total
MASSACHUSETTS
Armory
Athol
Bedford
Boston
Brockton
Cambridge
East Cambrid
Fall River
Fitchburg
Framingham
Gloucester
Greenfield
Haverhill
Hyanni s
Lawrence
Lee
Lowell
Marlboro
Milford
New Bedford
Newburyport
North Abingt
North Adams
Northampton
Pittsfield
Plmouth
Quancy
Salne
Somerville
Springfield
Taunton
Ware
Worcester
Total


1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
10
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
39


63 -


1090
1110 20

21 20
2 2
1 1
2968 64
13 12
37 36
ge 2
9 9
7 7
3 3
3 3
3 3
8 7
3 3
10 9
1 1
15 13
4 4
4 4


11
4
on 5
2
3
3
2
7
14
185
209
5
4
3603


11
4

2
3
3
2
7
14

5
4

270


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25 -
DISTRIBUTION OF 71'ORTDA CITRUS (RAIL .& B )


Total Relie
..All .J-z


391 9-40 SFASON


Relief
o^._nly


Adrian 1
Alma 1
Ann Arbor 1
Bad Axe 3
Battle Creek 8
Bay City 2
Benton Harbor 1
Big Raoids 1
Cadillac 1
Cheboygan 3
Detroit 855
Flint 47
Gladstone 3
Grand Rapids 82
Grayling 1
Hancock 3
Hartford 1
Hillsdale 1
Holland 1
Ionia 3
Iron Mountain 2
Ironwood 3
Ishpneming 10
Jackson 12
Kalamazoo 3
lansing 8
Lapeer 1
Ludington 1
1
Manistee 1
Monroe 2
Mt. Clemens 1
Mt. Pleasant 1
Muskegon 1
Newberry 1
Owosso 1
Pontiac 6
Port Huron 2
Saginaw 6
Sault Ste Maxie 1
Stambaugh 1
Traverse City 3
Urania
Total 1087


Albert Lea 1
Alexandria 1
Anoka 1
Banidji 2
Bock 1
Brainerd 2
Crookston 1
Detroit Lakes 1
Duluth 30
Elk River 1
Fairmont 1
2aribault 1
Fergus Falls 2
HoplDns 2
Intenkwmrtal. lls 1
lake City 1
Little Falls 1
Madison 1
Ma.kato 2
Marshall 2


1


1
2
1
1
2

1
3
5
2
4
1
2
1
1
1
3
2
2


MINNESOIA
inneapolis 78
Moorhead 1
New Ulm 1
Olivia 1
Ortonville 1
Pine City 1
Rochester 1
Roseau 1
St. Cloud 4
St. Paul 36
Slayton 1
South St.Paul 1
Staples 1
Stillwater 1
'hif River Falls 2
Virginia 3
Walker 2
Wheaton 1
Willmar 2
Winona 4
Total 199


1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
3
2
1
2
54


MI SISS I(cont'd)
Natchez 4
New Albany 5
Newton 1
Oxford 3
Philadelphia 2
Picayune 1
Pontotoc 3
Ripley 6
Seratobia 2
Sherman 2
Starkville 4
Tchula 1
Tupelo 42
Vicksburg 5
Water Valley 2
West Point 5
Winona 2
Woodville 1
Yazoo City 7
Total -


MISSOURI
Dexter


3 3 Hannibal
3 3 Jefferso
1 1 Joplin
3 3 Kansas C
5 1 Moberly
1 1 Popular
5 St. Jose
1 St. Loui
2 2 Soringfi
3 1 Tote
1 1
1 1 NEBRASKA
3 2 Lincoln
3 2 Omaha
4 Tot
12 3
14 3 NEW HAMPS
1 1 Berlin
2 2 Claremon
5 Keene
1 Laconia
1 1 Manchesi
1 1 Tote
2 2
25 2 EW JERS
16 2 Atlantic
14 3 Camden
1 Elizabel
12 Jersey C
1 Morris I
2 2 Newark
4 4 Netcong
6 3 Patersoi
3 3 Perth Ar
2 2 Phillip-
87 7 Trenton
4 3 Vinelan
17 Waverly
.2 2 Tot
23 2
:.3' :* 2
3 3. NEWVT
1 -: Albany
16 -.'*'''. Batavia


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2
3
2
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14
20
18



12
1
12
1

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2
4
2




6
2
4
3
9
4

5
13
6
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6
2
4
3
63
4
2
8
322
6
455


8 -


2

-4



10
14
20
18
2

2
14
12
10
1


U.~VY\.YL INT M r TdrR--ftk rT T L-T--q (RkTT, & -- TI 411)3


Tatal Relief
AUL Only,


1 MISSISSIPPI
2 Aberdeen
3 Ackerman
4 Anguilla
1 Batesville
1 Belzoni
1 Booneville
1 Broolaaveon
1 Brooksville
1 Bruce
1 Canton
1 Carthage
1 Charleston
5 Clarksdale
1 Cleveland
2 Columbia
1 Columbus
1 Corinth
3 Decatur
SDe Kalb
Drew
Durant
Eupora
1 Forest
1 Fulton
1 Greenville
1 Greenwood
2 Grenada
1 Gulfport
2 Hattlesburg
1 Hazelhurst
1 Hernando
5 Holly Springs
1 Houston
1 Indianola
1 luka
2 Jackson
2 Kosciusko
1 Laurel
S Lexington, .
1 Louisriia: :
1 AMacEoa :
2 :'-.
1 '. : ".Meridian
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DISTRIBUTION


26 -

F O FIORIDA CITRUS (BAI & BOAT)


Y~IS1~-ILUUIIVIY~~ Ma -Ak 4.S TI 4 tA i.4 pj
*Y4 AaZ


Total Relief
All Only


TE. YCORi Cont'd)
Bin on 14
Buffalo 368
Canton 1
EastView 4
Elmira 26
Fonda 1
Freeport, L. I. 6
Geneva 1
Goshen 2
Jamestown 3
Kingston 3
Machias 2
Monands 1
Mt. Vernon 2
Neburgh 1
New Rochelle 2
New York City 9209
Niagara Falls 7
Norwich 1
Olean 4
Oneonta 1
Oswego 2
Poughkeepsie 9
Rensselaer 7
Rochester 114
Saratoga Springs 1
Schenectad y 22
Suffern 2
Syracuse 95
Troy 7
Utica 25
Watertown 16
Yaphank 2
Yonkers 6
Total 10293
NORTI CARbLINA
AshTville 53
Bryson City 6
Charlotte 134
Durham 4
Fayettevillo 3
Forest City 1
Gastonia 6
Goldsboro 4
Greensboro 25
Greenville 3
Halifax 1
Hanlet 3
Hendersonville 2
Hickory 1
Kannapolis 1
Monroe 2
Mooresville 1
Mt. Airy 3
New Bern 6
Nc~hrWilkesboro 5
Raleigh 113
River Terminal 6
Rocky it. 6
Sanford 3
Washington 1
Weldon 1
Wilkesboro 1
Wilmington 33
Windsor 11


4
24
1
4
4

6
2
2
2
2
-.

2
2
89
2


2
2
5
22
2
10
5
3
2
6
X7


OBANGES (CONTInuED)
Total Religf


R CALINA(Cont'da)
Winston Sale4 8 8
Total 8-7 53


NORTH DAKDTA
Fargo
Grand Forks
Williston
Total


oEon
Ashtabula
Athens
Barnesville
Bellefontaine
Bowling Green
Canton
Chillicothe
Cincinnati 11
Cleveland 6
Columbus 1
Dayton
Defiance
Dover
East Liverpool
East Palestine
Elyria
Firdlay
Fremont
Hamilton
Ironton
Jackson
Lima
Lorain
Mansfield
Marion
Massillon


3
2
-4


42
2
3
1
8
3
21
3
02
80
87
46
2
4
1
2
2
1
8
2
1
2
10
1
6
1
11


7

3

2
4

12
35
11
1
1
2
1
2

2
1
1
2
2
1
1
2
1
4
1
3
2
12
1
4
3
4


3
5
5
5
11
12
2
5
27


- .


9 Iewark 1
6 New Lexington 2
15 Norwalk 1
Portsmouth 18
St. Clairsville 2
Springfield 28
Steubenville 5
-Toledo 105
Wapakoneta 1
Warren 13
Xenia 25
Youngstown 54
Zanesville
Total 2411

Slarsore 3
Clinton 5
6 Duncan 5
5 Hugo 5
10 Muskogee 11
6 Oklahoma City 12
Tulsa 3
Woodward.r

7 .*.. .:c tEG '
'." ": Portland
"."' ...Pbtal ... .. 1
<:: 7> ::: .


ota3l Relief
All Onlyv


EmNSYLVANIA
Allentown
Altoona
Bedford
Braddock
Butler
Coatesville
Cresson
Du Bois
Erie
Harrisburg
Houtzdale
Johnstown
Kane
Lancaster
Lehighton
Lewistovm
Milton
New Castle
Norristown
Oil City
Palmerton
Philadelphia
Pittsburgh
Pottsville
Reading
Richland
Scranton
Sharon
Shippensburg
State College
Sutmbury
Tanaqua
Tarentum
Uniontown
Wilkes Barre
Williamsport
York
Total
RHCDE ISLAND
01neyville
Providence
Total
SOUTH CAROLINA
Aiken
Allendale
Anderson
Bamberg
Bolton
Bennettsville
Charleston
Chester
Colunbia
#Florence
Georgetown
Greenville
Greenwood
Laurens
Orangeburg
Rock Hill
Spartanburg
Sumter
Walterboro
Total


4
51
1
4
1
1
4
3
9
9
1
40
1
2
1
2
18
8
1
2
1
3186
835
8
2
2
55
4
I
1
1
18
4
8
39
6



30
449
479

3
1
4
1
2
3
47
10
38
8
3
28
10
2
16
3
30
5
4
211


3
6




3
3
5
5




5


36
26
8

9





6
10
3

128


3
3


4
2
3
4
3
2
5
3
3
5
1


1 39 40 WASON





27 -
nT'T Tan'PTTnW (IP ~r T/RTfA CcirR (R IT A BOATT


Total Belie
All -Only


Ta Relief
A Onlv


SOUM DAXDTA
Mitchell
Sioux Falls
Total
TEgESSEEggg
Baxber
Bristol
Brownsvill e
Bruceton
Chattanooga
Clarksville
Cleveland&
College Grov(
Columbia
Cookeville
Crossville
Dickson
Dyer
Dyersburg
Harriman
Huriboldt
Huntingion
Jackson
Johnson City
Knoxville
Lebanon
Lewisburg
Lexington
Mc Kenzie
Martin
Maryville
Memphis
Milan
Morristown
Nashville


1
3 -
-4


-TQ-t-al aiif


l1d Hickery 1 -
Paris 6
Pulaski 5
Union City
Total 44 5?


?aIAS
Dallas
Total
M=NT
Burlington
Montpelier
Rutland-
White River
Total


7
4
5
Jet 8


V IRGI N
Abingdon 2
Alexandria 1
Big Stone Gap 2
Bristol 3
Charlottesville 1
Clifton Forge 2
Crewe 1
Danville 4
Hampton 1
Lynchburg 17
Newport News 2
Norfolk 14
Norton 1
Pulaski 2
*Richmond 5
Roanoke 24
Staunton
Total 84


1
4
2



2
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
3
2
5
3


TEST VIRGINIA
Bluefield 6
Charleston 46
CharlesTown 1
Clarksburg 3
Fairmont 13
Huntington 23
Kingwood 1
Mabscott 3
Morgantown 2
Parkersburg 6
Princeton 1
Romney 4
Wheeling 14
White Sulphur

WISCONSIN
Appleton Jet 15
Ashland 2
Eau Claire 1
Fond du Lac 2
Green Bay 4
Hayward 2
Keno sha 1
La Crosse 2
Madison 13
Menominee 1
Milwaukee 154
Racine 2
Rhinelander 2
Sheboygan 2
Superior 1
NWausau
Total 206


GRAIN TOTAL ORANGES 1939-40 SEASON 33,739 Cars


(Relief cars 2,105).


#Diversion Points.
* Relief only.


23
1
1
1
2
1
1
3
2
--3




1
1
2
2
2
1
1
3
1
7
1
2
1
1


~I~YI~~YVIIYI YC CLCnrrl~_r~-rr~L ----u~ -------l..r~--- .~r..~-----r;.


.939-40 SEASON





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DISTRIBUTION OF FLODA CITRUS (RAIL & BOAT) 1939-40 SEASON
GRAPEFRUIT


ALABAMA
TBirmingham 47
Total 47

Clary 1
Montreal 74
North Bay 1
Ottawa 3
Prescott 2
Quebec 6
St. Catherines 14
Saskatoon 1
Simcoe 1
Toronto 20
Windsor 2
Total -121
CO1ECTICUT
Bridgport 53
East Hr=tford 2
Hartford 143
New Haven 30
Waterbury 3
Total i'
DIST, OF COLUMIA
Washington -
Total 155

Atlanta 25
Columbus 1
1Macon 1
Rome 4
Total 31
ILLINOIS
Carbondale 4
Champaign 4
Chicago 263
Danville 7
Decatur 1
#East St. Louis 1
Ottawa 1
Peoria 7
Rock Island 4
Springfield 3
Total 29S
INDIANA
Evansville 15
Ft. Wayne 3
Indianapolis 7
Richmond 1
South Bend 2
Terre Haute 2
Vincennes
Total -

Blington 5
Cedar Rapids 4

# Diversion Points.


IOWA(Cont' d.
avenport
Des oines
Dubuque
Sioux City
Waterloo
Total
KENTUCKY
Lexington
Louisville
Total
ILOUISIAA
New Orleans
Total
MA.I1E
PorTland
Total

MARYLAD
Baltimore
Hagerstown
Total
MASSACHUSETTS
Boston
North Abington
Somerville
Springfield.
orcester
Total
MICHIGAN
Battle Creek
Detroit
Flint
Grand Rapids
Ishpeming
Jackson
Kalamazoo
Iansing
Saginaw
Total
MINNESOTA
Minnea olis
Rochester
St. Paul
Total
MISSISSIPPI
Natchez
Total
MISSOURI
Kansas City
St. Joseph
St. Louis
Total


4
7
2


1

18
-f5


NETBASKA
Total
YEW HAWSIRBE
Claremont
Manchester
Total
NEW JERSEY
Newark
Waverly
Total


37 NEW YOK
37 Albany
Batavia
Binghamton
16 Buffalo
16 Elmira
Geneva
Menands
411 New York City
Niagara Falls
71i Norwich
Olean
Rochester
880 Rensselaer
1 Schenectady
52 Syracuse
54 Troy
1 Utica
98 Watertown
Total


1
255
21
6
2
1
2
1
-2i
291

4
20


NORTE CAROLINA
Asheville
Charlotte
Greensboro
#Hamlet
Raleigh
Rocky Mt.
Wilmington
Total
NORTH DAEDTA
rad Forks
Total


1 OHIO
7 A on
32 Bellefontaine
Canton
Cincinnati
__ Cleveland
Columbus
Dayton
Portsmouth
5 Springfield
1 Toledo
48 Xenia
54 Youngstown
Total
0KLAHOMA
Tulsa
Total


REGO N
7 Portland.
7 Total


1
1


169
42
211

119
1
1
114
1
2
3
4637
1
2
2
36
9
8
19
1
9
4961

9
25
4
3
5
1



1
1

4
2
1
247
161
54
6
1
2
22
7



2
2


UTAH
S7Et Lake City_
Total 2


VIRGINIA
Lynchburg
Newoort News
Nortolk
Roanoke
Total
WASHINGTON
Seattle
Total

WEST VIRGINIA
Fairmont
Wheeling
Total
WISCONSIN
Appleton
ApAleton Jct
Mison
Milwaukee
Stevens Point
Wausau
Total


GRAND TOTAL GRAPEFRUIT 1939-40 SEASON 10,376 Cars.


1
1
6

6
14

6








2
--



1
1
2
15


P3ENSYLVANIA
Altoona
Harrisburg
Johnstown
Milton
Philadelphia
Pittsburgh
Scranton
Wilkes Barre
Total
RHDE ISI'mND
0lneville
Providence
Total
SOUTH CAROLINA
Chester
Columbia
#Florence
Greenville
Spartanburg
Total
TEl7NESSEE
Bristol
Chattanooga
Jackson
Johnson City
Knoxville
Memphis
Morristown
Nashville
Total


11
11

9
2
6
1
1141
298
24
3
1484

3

120

1
3
2
2
4
12

1
8
1
1
4
20
7
56
98







S1939-4n in


Montreal
Ottawa
Toronto
Vancouver
Victoria
Total
COMRADQ
Denver
Total
CONNECTICUT
Bridgeport
Hartford.
New Haven
Norwalk
Total


IiTmino -
TOCT 4


11
33
14
-59


DIST. OF COLUMBIA
Washinton
Total 3

Atlanta _1
Total

IbRnEa&le 2
Champaign 2
Chicago 209
East St. Louis 2
Peoria
Total --M
INDIANA
Evansville 3
Ft. Wayne 4
Iniianapolis 16
Vincennes
Total


Cear Rapids
Des Moines
Sioux City
Total

Total
Total


Lexington
3 Louisville
3 Total


IOUISIANA
New Orleans
Total


1
6






1
1
1



8


^RYLMAit
Baltimore 89
Total 89


MASSACHUSETTS
Boston
Somerville
Springfield.
Total
MICHIGAN
Detroit
Flint
Grand Rapids
Total

igq ESDTA
Duluth
Minneapolis
St. Paul
Total
MISSOURI
Kansas City
St. Louis
Total


145
4
155

145
4
7
--15

2
18
-1

13
-4N


Butte
Total
NEBRASKA
Total
NEW JERSEY
Newark
Waverly
Total
NEW YORK
Albany
Buffalo
Corning
New York City
Rochester
Syracuse
Total


PERNSTAVANIA( Cont' )
Euphrata 1
1 Johnstown 2
Philadelphia 264
Pittsburgh 155
5 Scranton 7
5 Uniontown 2
Wilkes Barre 3
Total 5
17
RH DE ISLAND
2 Providence 1i
Total T


19
46
1
963
15
1049


NORTH CAROLIA
Asheville 2
Charlotte 2
Greensboro 1
#Hamlet 7
Raleigh 4
Wilmington 1
Winston Salem
Total 18


DHIO
Akron
Barnesville
Cincinnati
Cleveland
Columbus
Limx
Portsmouth
Toledo
Xenia
Youngstown
Total
2ENNSYLVANIA
Altoona


77
1
1

5
77

91
16
5
1
13

A218


SOUTE CAROLINA
Chester 1
#Florence 1
Spartanburg
Total
TENESSEE
Chattanoog 11
Johnson City 1
Knoxville 2
MeNhis 14
Nash ille
Total
TELLS
Dallas
Total 1
VIRGINIA
Bristol 1
Total 1
WEST VIRGINIA
Huntington 1
Morgantown 1
parkersburg 1
Wheeling 2
Total 5
WISCONSIN
Awleton Jet 3
Ttwaukee
Total 28


GBAND TOTAL IlNGERINES 1939-40 SEASON 2,712 Cars.


# Diversion Points.


SS -
SID TROBUTION OF FLQRNRA CITRig (:RAIL 4 BOAT)


391 9-40 RFASDN





30 -
DISIRIBUTION OF FIRCIDA CIMMIS (RAIL & BOAT 1939-40 SEASON

MIXED CITRUS


ALABAMA
-- aTlusia
Anniston
Birmingham
Brundidge
Decatur
Denopolis
Do than
Eaufaula
Florence
Ft. Payne
Gadsden
Huntsville
Jasoer
Montgomery
Opelllha
Petrey
Selma
Sheffield.
Tallad ega
Troy
Tuscaloosa
Tuskogee
York
Total
CA!=A
MHailton
Montreal
North Bay
Prescott
Regina
Simcoe
Toronto
Windsor
Winnipeg
Total
CQNNECTICUT
Bridgeport
Hartford
New Britian
New Haven
Norwich
Terryville
Waterbury
Total
DELAWARE
Wilmington
Total


1
17
102
1
11
2
1
1
3
1
13
5
1
38
2
1
20
3
5
1
26
1



2
1
1
1
1
1
9
1
3


45
62
1
25
1
1



1
1


DIST, OF CQ0IBIA
Washingon 23
Total 91
GEOEGIA
Albany 8
Americus 2
Athens 3
Atlanta 29
Augusta 29
Calhoun 1
Camilla 1
Columbus 9
Cordele 1
Covington 1
Dalton 1
Dawson 1
Decatur 1


GEORGLA(Cont' d4
Dublin 1
Griffin 1
Hawkinsville 1
La Grange 9
Macon 14
Menlo 3
Newnan 1
Rome 10
Swainsboro 2
#Thalrnarn 1
Trion 1
West Point 8
Total 1-3
ILLINOIS
Bloomington 1
Carbordale 3
Champaign 2
Chicago 230
Danville 2
pecatur 3
East St. Louis 5
Galesburg 4
Joliet 2
Peoria 8
Roc1ford 13
Rock Island 2
Springfield 1
17aukegon
Total

INDIANA
Anderson 2
Evansville 33
Ft. Wayne 22
Gary 2
Hamnmond 1
Indianapolis 24
Kokomo 3
La Fayette 3
Logansport 4
Marion 1
Muncie 6
Richmond 9
Seymour 4
Shelbyville 1
South Bend 12
Terre Haute 6
Vincennes
Total
IOWA
-urlington 2
Cedar Rapids 13
Davenoort 6
Des Ifoines 6
Dubuque 1
Sioux City _
Total
!ENXUCIZ
Ashland 11
Bell Farm 1
Campbellesville 1
Elizabethtown 1
Elhorn City 2
Frankfort 4
Harlan 18
Hazard 5


KETUCKY
Henderson
Lexington
Louisville
Owensboro
Paducah
Paris
Shelbyvill e
Winchester
Total
LOUISIANA
New Orleans
Total
MAINE
Bangor
Portland
Total

Baltimore
Cunberland
Total
MAISSACHUSETTS


MISSISSPP I(Cont' d)
1 Columbus 2
39 Corinth 2
90 Grenada 1
3 Greenville 3
4 Greenwood 1
1 Hattiesburg 4
1 Houston 1
S Indianola 1
183 Jackson 20
Laurel 9
Meridian 13
56 Natchez 2
T New Albany 1
Starkville 1
Tuypelo 16
2 Utica 1
4 Vicksburg 5
S West Point 3
Winona
Total 91


227
S MISSOURI
20 Kansas City
St. Louis
Total


7
7582
82


Boston 495
Brockton 5 NEBRSKA
Cmibridge 1 Lincoln 1
Fall River 1 Onr-ha 17
Haverhill 2 Total T
Lowell 1
New Bedford 4 NEVADA
Pittsfield 1 Reno
Quincy 1 Total 1
Revere 4
Somerville 4 NEW HAPSHIRE
*Springfield 81 Claremont 3
Worcester 4 Dover 2
Total 614 Keene 1
Laconia 2
MICHIGAN Manchester 1
Ann Arbor 2 Woodsville _1
Batte Creek 2 Total 10
Bay City 4
Detroit 183 NEW JEREY
Flint 26 Camien 1
Grand Rapids 17 Morris Plains 1
Ionia 1 Newark 44
Jackson 2 Phillipsburg 3
Kalamazoo 7 Trenton 6
Lansing 9 Waverly
Monroe 1 Total 5
Muskegon 3
Owosso 1 NEW YCRK
Pontiac 4 Albany 121
Port Huron 2 Batavia 2
Saginaw Binghamton 12
Total 269 Buffalo 103
Coming 2
MINNESOTA Elmira 18
Duluth 3 Geneva 4
Minneapolis 9 Jamestown 4
St. Paul 6 Malone 5
Winona New York City 1065
Total i9 Niagara Falls 1i
North Tonawanda 1
MISSSISSIPT Norwich 16


Amoryun City
Calhoun City


2 Olean
1 Plattsburg





31 -

DISTRIBUTION 0F FI~lIDA CITRUS (RAIL & BOAT) 1939-40 SEASON
MIX=D CITRIS -COlTTIN1MJ)


NEl T Cont' d)
Poughkeep sie 8
Rochester 59
Saramac Lake 1
Saratoga Springs 1
Schenecta;ty 1
Seneca Falls 1
Suspension Bridge 1
Syracuse 44
Troy 20
Utica 6
Watertown
Total 2
.NORM CAROLINA
Asheville 43
Asheboro 1
Charlotte 23
Durham 2
Fayetteville 2
Forest City 1
Gastonia 6
Goldsboro 5
Greenville 6
#Hamlet 1
Hicl!ory 1
Kinston 3
Lexington 1
Macdison 1
Mt. Airy 1
Mt. Olive 1
Raleigh 22
Rockingham 1
Rocky tt. 10
Weldon 1
Wilmington 25
Wilson 1
Winston Salen 7
Total 165

Akron 13
Ashtabula 4
Barnesville 2
Bellefontaine 2
Canton 17
Cincinnati 245
Cleveland 125
Colunbus 75
Dayton 13
East Liverpool 1
Frenont 4


OHMO
"- li-olis 3
Lima 4
Lorain 2
Mansfield 3
Middleport 1
Newark 1
Ottawa 1
Portsmouth 6
Springfield 7
Steubenville 1
Toledo 34
Xenia 6
Youngstown 28
Zanesville 5
Total 60


Total

PENTSYLVANIA
Allentown 3
Altoona 2
Braddock 1
Butler 1
Coatesville 2
Cresson 1
Du Bois 1
Ephrata 2
Erie 7
Harrisburg 10
Johnstown 2
Kane 1
Lancaster 7
Lebanon 3
Lehighton 1
Lewistown 8
Locdlaven 6
Mc Koosport 1
New Castle 2
Norristown 2
Oil City 1
Philadelphia 667
Pittsburgh 254
Pottsville 1
sReaing 20
Richland 2
Scranton 4
Sharon 2
State College 3
Sunbury 4


PNESYLVA1IA( Cont'd.)
T1arentum 1
Uniontown 3
Warren 2
Washington 1
Wilkes Barre 18
Williamsburg 1
Williamsport 7
York -


incypille 11
Providence 18
Total 1


SOUTH CAROLINA
Aiken
Belton
Charleston
Chester
Colurxb ia
#Florence
Greenville
Greonwood
Orangeburg
Spartanburg
Suntex
Total
TEBSSEE
Bristol
Bulls Gap
Chattanooga
Cleveland
Dyer
Dyer sburg
Harriiman
Jackson
Johnson City
Kingsport
Knoxville
Lebanon
Mc Kenzie
Mc Minnvillo
Maahi s
Morristown
Nashville
SParis
Shelbvville
Tullahoma
Union City
Total


1
2
25
2
14
1
7
2
2
6
-4

24
1
93
5
3

1
17
17
16
1
1
4
2
72
14
158
2
2
1
~~5l


alt Lake City.l
Total 1

Burlington 15
Rutland 1
St Johnsbury 3
White River Jct,2
Total 21


VIRGINIA
Bristol
Danville
Lynchburg
Newmort News
Norfolk
Orange
Portsmouth
Roanoke
Total
WASHINGTON
Seattle
Total
WEST VIRGINIA
Beckley
Bluefield
Charleston
Clarksburg
Fairmont
Huntington
Mabscott
Morgantown
Mullens
Parkersburg
Wheeling
Williamson
Total
WISCO SIN
Appleton Jet
Green Bay
Keno sha
Madison
Milwaukee
Racine
Total


2
2
10
2
4
1
1






2
12
38
2
19
33
1
4
1
1
20



4
1
2
2
21
31


GRAMD TOTAL IIXED CITRUS 1939-40 SEASON 6,960 Cars.


# Diversion Points.





32 -

BOAT DESTINATIONS. FLORIDA CITRUS. 1939-40 SEASON
(Car-lots on basis 400 boxes per car)

Sept. 11. 1939 to ~ay 31. 1940, Inclusive.


Cities CEANG5ES GRAPEE'RUIT TANGERINES I MIXED CITRUS


Cars


Car s


Ca s


Cars


Albany 1 -
Baltimore 262 46 30
Boston 1,127 504 56 2
Bridgeport 34 6 -
Burlington 4 -
East Hartford 2 -
Hartford 16 3 -
Lowell 1 -
Menands, N. Y. -1 -
Mobile 1 -
Montreal 80 59 5
New Haven 90 5 8
New Orleans 339 18 5 3
New York City 5,972 2,767 555
Norwich 1 -
Philadelphia 750 293 69
Poughkeepsie 1 -
Portland, Me. 1 -
Providence 11 4 1
Quebec 4 -
Rensselaer 8 7 -
Scranton 9 6 2
Somerville 10 6 -
Springfield, Mass. 38 23 3
Torrington 2 -
Waterbury 1 1 -
White River Jot. 3 -
Wilkes Barre 4 1
Worcester 1 -

For Export 3 -



8,767 3,758 735 5





33 -

BRECAPIULATIN OF DISTRIBUTION (PAIL & BQAT2). FIRBIDA QRA1GES
BY STATES PAST 7 SEASONS

States 1939-40 1938-39 1937-38 1936-37 1935-36 1934-35 1933-34
Cars Cars Cars Cars Cars Cars Cars

Alabama 552 627 579 441 354 208 327
Arkansas 28 4 64 21 17 11 41
Colorado 1 4 2 2 5
Connecticut 859 1,250 985 794 748 711 133
Dolaiare 2 9 5 3 10 35 19
Dist. of Columbia 391 259 171 182 111 258 291
Florida 244 lt 5 -1 -1 21
Georgia 380* 479* 528* 476* 387* 99* 199*
Illinois 2,113 3,149 2,394 1,613 1,326 1,154 1,369
Indiana 437 711 470 371 277 290 382
Iolw 105 120 68 96 57 63 47
Kansas 15 5 12 11 6 7 18
Kentucky 623 750 558 425 315 370 376
Louisiana 480 721 653 385 493 410 546
Maine 63 94 49 20 52 20 44
Maryland 1,110 1,470 1,019 1,037 868 756 819
Massachusetts 3,603 5,060 4,051 3,280 2,806 1,545 2,273
Michigan 1,087 1,534 1,180 854 560 560 661
Minnesota 199 157 48 101 31 40 44
Mississippi 395 239 380 167 109 96 127
Missouri 420 609 453 362 308 351 378
Montana 1 -
Nebrasla 34 34 20 25 24 37 54
New Hampshire 19 9 23 3 7 9 12
New Jersey 1,057 1,205 816 333 293 240 335
New York 10,293 15,261 12,968 11,064 9,535 10,007 11,191
North Carolina 4:7 616 654 614 414 284 3S5
North Dakota 7 2 1 1 1 -
Ohio 2,411 3,589 2,840 2,025 1,650 1,522 1,704
Oklahoma 51 15 34 8 3 26 32
Oregon 1 2 1 2 1 -
Pennsylvania 4,335 6,656 5,571 4,672 3,807 3,917 4,450
Rhode Island 479 602 409 202 205 164 125
South Carolina 218 316 344 167 93 3467
South Dakota 4 2 2 2
Tennessee 890 1,071 959 797 584 505 739
Texas 1 20 74 29 20 83 92
Utah 1
Vermont 24 42 26 14 7 10 16
Virginia 84'* 1658 685@ 88@* 140(* 109w9 2123
Washington 1
West Virginia 124 148 143 63 82 71 127
Wisconsin 206 284 212 148 107 72 129
Canada 168 196 98 88 71 61 37


TOTAL 33,739 47,511 38,931 30,987 25,881 24,141 27,792

9 1939-40 Season Relief cars only included for Jacksonville, Savannah,
Petersburg and Richmond.
SJacksonville, not included. # Florence not included.
*Does not include Savannah. Petersburg not included
3P Petersburg & Richmond not included.







RECAPIITiATION OF DISMIBLTTI0N (RAIL & BOAT). FIRm A GRAPEF JIT
BY STATES PAST 7 SEANS

States 1939-40 1938-39 1937-38 1936-37 1935-36 1934-35 1933-34


Cars Car ars Cars Cars Cars

Alabama 47 163 94 208 73 87 79
Arkansas 37 3 13 8 6 13
Colorado 8 30 15 58 74
Connecticut 231 396 297 327 302 207 88
Delaware 3 2 14 4 3 -
Dist. of Columbia 154 192 170 252 132 158 165
Florida 3 -4 21 2q -A 1
Georgia 31* 156 126* 2868 80* 58* 82*
Idaho 1 2 1 1
Illinois 295 773 521 709 732 995 1,227
Indiana 31 224 50 156 89 235 262
Iowa 24 93 52 89 49 116 118
Kansas 3 9 24 18 36 63
Kentucky 75 217 89 331. 135 175 143
Louisiana 37 230 118 148 125 156 159
Maine 16 66 10 30 10 9 24
Maryland 412 637 410 601 397 408 335
Massachusetts 988 1,984 1,184 1,964 1,049 981 772
Michigan 291 800 375 694 483 707 667
Minnesota 32 144 91 139 108 217 198
Mississippi 1 60 2 50 2 3 7
Missouri 54 198 102 223 243 299 440
Montana 3 6 19 5 11 8
Nebraska 7 22 25 44 19 63 73
Nevada 1 -
New Hampshire 2 18 1 20 2 5 -
New Jersey 211 584 235 350 42 86 116
New Mexico 1
New York 4,966 7,922 5,833 7,677 4,930 6,339 5,410
North Carolina 49 305 118 303 88 66 48
North Dakota 1 4 9 4 10 8
Ohio 521 1,421 789 1,360 957 1,348 1,062
Oklahoma 2 10 9 34 21 32 37
Oregon 11 20 12 51 15 31 54
Pennsylvania 1,484 2,806 1,915 2,804 1,791 2,039 1,781
Rhode Island 120 169 100 83 50 58 46
South Carolina 12 94 27 66 16 6 f#
South Dakota 1 3 7 6 10 9
Tennessee 98 215 172 387 195 360 266
Texas 4 10 34 18 67 49
Utah 2 7 7 16 10 14 20
Vermont 14 3 5 4 5
Virginia 14@" 839 96 64@* 61@* 59* 51l*
Washington 6 10 17 56 30 41 68
West Virginia 4 59 27 71 17 17 28
Wisconsin 21 77 41 64 81 112 160
Wyaming 3 4 4
Canada 126 254 151 175 49 220 177


TOTAL 10,376 20,494 13,224 19,994 12,463 15,917 14,402

SJacksonville, not included. # Florence not included.
Does not include Savannah @ Petersburg not included.
S Petersburg & Richmond not included.





35 -
E2CAPITUIATION OF DISTRBBUTION (RAIL & BOATA). FLORIDA TA=GSRI ES
BY STATES PAST 7 SEASONS

States 1939-40 1938-39 1937-38 1 36-37 1935-36 1934-35 1933-34

Car. Cars Cars Cars Cars Cars Cars

Alabama 4 9 8 8 10 2 4
Arkansas 1 2 1 1
Colorado 3 4 3 5 3 3
Connecticut 59 77 53 95 54 31 17
Delaware 7 -
Dist. of Columbia 3 4 11 6 11 11 12
Florida -1 -1 -1 -1 -1 -
Georgia 1* 24* 10* 13* 6* 1* 2*
Idaho -
Illinois 216 336 254 345 225 133 187
Indiana 24 58 37 77 40 20 35
Iowa 8 9 3 7 7 7 4
Kansas 1 1 1 1 1 1
Kentucky 9 25 10 38 10 13 28
Louisiana 8 9 9 4 10 8 21
Maine 1 -
Maryland 89 150 85 173 100 95 124
Massachusetts 155 311 203 266 198 148 152
Michigan 153 224 184 258 144 97 100
Minnesota 24 28 20 31 28 25 22
Mississippi 2 -
Missouri 43 121 66 132 75 61 86
Montana 1 -
Nebraska 5 5 9 18 4 3 4
New Jersey 28 25 5 1 1 2 3
New York 1,049 1,881 1,379 1,609 1,218 1,277 1,350
North Carolina 18 19 21 28 10 12 9
Ohio 218 384 257 399 268 201 196
Oklahoma 2 1 -
Oregon 2 1 4 1 -
Pennsylvania 435 771 556 855 494 527 581
Rhode Island 61 49 21 26 13 10 12
South Carolina 3 3 3 1 1 2
South Daiota 1 1 -
Tennessee 33 23 24 40 14 17 15
Texas 1 1 2 1 3
Virginia 1@* 2 -* 4 2* 3 2S
Washington 3 2 1 1 -
West Virginia 5 1 2 4 3 2
Wisconsin 28 49 39 58 32 11 12
Canada 23 29 10 15 4 11


TOTAL 2,712 4,637 3,237 1,526 2,988 2,734 2,999

I Jacksonville, not included # Florence not included.
* Does not include Savannah Petersburg not included.
@* Petersburg & Richmond not included.





- 36 -


Bac .PIJLATION OF DISTRIBUTION (BAIL & BOAT), FIRIDA MIXED CITRUS
BY STAumS PAST 7 S'AES

States 1939-40 1938-39 1937-38 1936-37 1935-36 1934-35 1933-34

Cars Cars Cars Cars Cars Cars

Alabama 258 372 295 281 195 92 215
Arl.anss 1 6 7 5 7 54
Colorado 1 1 8
Connecticut 145 269 89 47 24 9 26
Delaware 1 2 1 2 5 10
Dist. of Colunmbia 23 54 16 17 3 14 17
Florida -i 1ii li 6 21
Georgia 139* 226* 217* 229* 127* 34* 112*
Illinois 278 395 318 398 384 354 583
Indiana 134 289 66 74 60 116 162
Iowa 30 34 10 20 46 71 112
Kansas 6 1 6 3 14 36
Kentucly 183 202 145 134 123 109 188
Louisiana 56 34 47 21 26 8 19
Maine 16 48 1 5 5 7 14
Maryl.add 230 341 270 243 201 92 65
Massachusetts 614 994 856 593 443 59 144
Michigan 269 621 352 339 229 237 357
Minnesota 19 56 25 31 37 43 69
Mississippi 91 75 118 141 122 105 153
Missouri 82 97 100 96 100: 90 180
Montana 3 2 2 1
Nebraska 18 31 16 3 28 26 43
Nevada 1 -
New E-aipshire 10 19 4 7 5 2
New Jersey 57 95 52 9 3 5 26
New York 1,527 1,568 1,170 821 508 299 278
North Carolina 185 370 386 408 317 288 443
North Dakota 4 2
Ohio 603 1,027 546 701 567 416 664
Oklahom 8 3 16 13 13 37
Oregon 4 3 3 4 2 5
Pennsylvania 1,058 1,317 1,138 1,008 673 487 546
Rhode Island 119 106 58 30 34 20 12
South Carolina 74 200 218 206 72 37 59#
South Dakota 1 2 1 1
Tennessee 512 869 662 599 442 445 654
Texas 5 8 22 16 10 21
Utah 1 4 1 1 1 1 2
Vermont 21 14 4 8 5 1 3
Virginia 3j@ 98@ 57@* 93 958P 117P 255V
Washington 2 4 8
West Virginia 134 343 178 196 69 70 133
Wisconsin 31 47 17 14 16 23 65
Canada 20 61 18 12 15 29 36


TOALI 6,960 10,307 7,472 6,876 5,014 3,769 5,822

Jacksonville, not included # Florence not included.
* Does not include Savannah. @ Petersburg not included.
@ Petersburg & Richmond not included.





37 -

I3TCRSTAE UCK DIST7RBUTI0I FYMlDA CITRUS
(Made available through the courtesy of Hon. NIathan Mayo, Comnissioner
of Agriculture, State Depa-taent of Agricultur-e, Winter Haven, Fla.)
Sept. 11, 1939 to w.y 31, 1940, Inclusive*


Desti- O Gra anger-
nations ges f t es
Boxes Boxes Boxes


Desti- Oran- Grap- -tenger-
nations I ges fIru-t lines
Boxes Boxes Boxes


Anniston
Birmingpam
Decatur
Gadsden
Mobile
Montgomery
Selma
Tuscaloosa
Others

ARI ANSAS
Ft. Smith
Little Rock
Others


Hamilton
London
Montreal
Toronto
Others

COLORADO
Denver
Others

COENCTICUT
Bridgeport
Hartford
Middle town
New Haven
Others

DELAWARE
Wilmington
Others


961
142948
2370
6001
71993
30548
3908
6858
87416


200
23819



1723
2062
1245
124147



577
355
932

309
2117
136
910



8566
4535
13101


DIST. OF COLUMBIA
Washington 267149


GEORGIA
Albany
Atlanta
Augusta
Columbus
Macon
Savannah
Thamasville
Others


loomgton
Carbondale
Chicago
Decatur
East St. Louis


17852
517236
33067
28168
36119
54485
25233
228545


817
376
8509
3839
740


333
19497
211
784
11965
5963
480
810




1726
540


1525
1981
417
8352


40
668
50
210



733
r77
lim


150
11180
169
288
3310
2007
393
378
4973
22,848


1480



401
102

2256



425

412

12
240
30
27
241
550

700
693
1393


92840 26863


2367
133914
5356
5178
4634
13822
3317
30689
199287

25
1
1959
1021
10


864
41175
2168
1262
1492
4628
560
15198


75
33
1122
401
30


ILLNOI S(Cont' d
SprTngfield
Others

I1DIANA
Anderson
Evansville
Ft. 17ayne
Indianapolis
Richmoni
South Bend
Terre Haute
Others

IOWA
-T~ar Baid s
Des Moines
Dubuque
Waterlioo
Others

KANSAS
Pittsbu;rgh
W'ichita
Others

ICENTUCKY
Bowling Green
Lexington
Louisville
Paducah
Others

LOUISIANA
New Orleans
Shreveport
Others


Portland

Baltimore
Hager stown
Salisbury
Others

i~LSSACHUJSTTS
Boston
Cambridge
Springfield
Others

MICHIG-
angor
Battle Creek


1015
17843


1845
8398
2252
9742
71
2622
3128




164
390
426
192
172


1120
1681
2801

1077
6450
13529
6326
12528
39910

7550
365


54724
5362
704



250
43
41
-36


452



211
888
279
622
50
1156
1158




6S
53



108
91
36


131
433
3125
896
1863


713
15
93
821


25014
7125
536



698

151


20
843
2524

318
2313
r349
3322

535
1390
2074
1

175

27



75
933
448


58
130
2227
361



361
150
278
789


176074
25369
3754
9"73
21470

1932
180
776



939
602





- 38 -


INTERSTATE RUC.K DISTRTBUT'ION FiTRIDA CITRUS
(Continued)

Sept. 11. 1939 to May 31. 1940, Inclusive*


Desti- Oran- -rape- Tanger-
nations ges Ifrut Ines
Boxes Boxes Boxes


Dosti- Oran- Irape- TangOr-
nations ges Iru t ios
Boxes Boxes Boxes


MICHIGAN Cont'da)
Bo-ton Harbor
Dotroit
Flint
Grand Rapids
Kalaoazoo
Lansing
Others

MIIJ0ESOITA
Minneapolis
St. Paul
Others

M.!SSISSISSIPP I
Aberdeen
Columbus
Hattiesburg
Jackson
Laurel
Meridian
Others

MISSOURI
Joplin
EKasas City
St. Louis
Springfield.
Others

MEW HMPSHIRE
Manchester

NIBR SKA.
Lincoln
Orha

NVY JERSEY
Asbury Park
Atlantic City
Newark
Pater son
Trenton
Others

NEW YORK
Albany
Binghhamton
Buffalo
New York City
Rochester
Syracuse
Others

NORTH CiROLINA
Asheville
Burlington


639
2837
175
16947
9314
614



275
66
98


2422
5775
4476
11801
341
18114
7020


11816
8447
7630
4666
12857
51416


125
773
898

1445
51
1121
1370
1498
10434


1818
5033
11409
28314
9165
25674
31366
112779


94
1021
759
6815
2141
81

14590

131
30



368
769
198
964
88
1559
640


1125
910
1324

1076
41999


186


241
8
86
259
26
3315


1078
644
3639
11263
2114
9549


883
272

6082
2092
130
105934
10592


107
193
5
494
13
1078

2290

1876
2434
923
154
727
6111


127

5
26
1
713


700
295
1363
5406
689-
3495
3322


28844 8992 1779
13532 2866 1802


NORTH CAROLINA(Cont' d
Charlotte 69787
Durham 24612
Fayetteville 11697
Gastonia 9491
Goldsboro 20755
Greensboro 28132
Henderson 1105
Hen-ersonville 15058
Hickory 10173
Kinston 5682
Lincolnton 2019
Lumnber:ton 2109
Raleigh 71860
2ock-y Mt. 12016
Salisbury 9574
Weldon 4907
Wilmington 9712
Wilson 11032
Winston Salem 68965
Others 180378
612040


OHIO
=on
Cincinnati
Cleveland
Columbus
Dayton
Springfield
Toledo
Youngstown
Others

OIQiAIOMA
-Okahora City
Tulsa
Others

PErnSYLvAIMIA
lIlentown
Altoona
Erie
Harrisburg
Johnstown
Philadelphia
Pittsburgh
Reading
Richland
Sunbury
Wilkes Barre
Williamsport
Others

RHODE ISIAD
Providence

SOUTE C12OLINA
Cha-leston
Columbia
Florence


913
11569
906
7825
8288
98
4342
1029
32062


5812
305
290


1482
1613
886
8883
5942
32983
3457
7521
1050
74
3115
4810
44320
i000 I "TT


19572
5670
1995
1754
2769
10806
279
3129
2149
563
206
262
12998
2897
1476
931
1489
910
14122
28226
1238613

559
2317
439
1690
1183

896
o00
7309


1351
75


608
1157
280
3231
3571
9364
684
1056
363
15
569
1195
10021
32214


2739 1179


55463
131020
6848


11365
21308
768


5793
1452
890
864
1700
3541
156
1493
905
624
136
232
7226
934
1022
495
1110
1068
6255
19877
59354

146
457
121
2369
235

357
499
2738


2418
38

2456

190
695
95
1409
2892
5728
1195
2360
186
5
1166
480
6822


156

5367
10862
453





39 -

UCTERSTITE TRUCK DISTRIBUTION -.FIBRDA CITRUS
(Continued)

Sept. 11. 1939 to )fey 31. 1940, Inclusive*


Desti- Oran- GIrape- I Tnger-
nations ges fruit lines
Boxes Boxes Boxes


Desti- Oran- Grape- Tanger-
nations ges fruit lines
Boxes Boxes Boxes


SOUTH fROLIIA( Cont'd)
Groonvillo 44092 11563
Orangeburg 16616 1546
Pagelarnd 17257 2615
Rock Hill 479 15
S nartanburg 19545 3503
gbator 8060 601
Others 97Q97 1336

so DAKOTA
Others 85 15


TENESSE
Bristol
Chattanooga
Fayetteville
Jackson
Johnson City
Knoxvillo
Memphis
Morristown
Murfreesboro
Nashville
Others


Dallas
Ft. Worth
Houston
San Antonio
Texarlana
Others


2955
26594
1543
605
12892
35419
9928
3360
1219
81378
33645


4496
985
7067
245
250
1 a M


847
6341
112
46
4837
7656
1083
1102
50
9340
4291


893
1394


--


3606
1303
1828
71
1419
295



1

196
880
146
1188
3478
882
338
35
7078



5221
668
1319
517
175
7900di


VERPMNT
Others
VIRGINIA
Bristol
Charlottesville
Danville
Harrisonburg
Lynchburg
Newport News
Norfolk
Petersburg
Richmond&
Roanoke
Staunton
Suffolk
Others

WEST VIRGINIA
Bluefioeld
Charleston
Huntington
Parker sburg
Wheeling
Others

WISCONSIN
Others

OUT OF STATE
Destinations
Unknown


88 20


10868
6437
11329
6401
26169
8298
92116
8259
148656
82572
5591
1113
41857


5038
17326
26185
2631
2076



8043

1034


3248
2151
2089
1640
11588
2391
27630
1413
54863
35066
1560
257
9080


1689
4498
6165
1257
333



642
746
1388


877
395
1072
843
3334
772
7562
846
16262
11658
487
53
4653


812
1970
1573
168
189



1027
161
1191


140700 18296 18395


* Truck destination data prior to Sept. 11, 1939 not available.





-40-

Is ITTUIATI0N OF FlORIDA INTERSTATE TIUCK DISTRIBUTION

BY STATES. 1939-40. 1938-39 & 1937-38 ,EASONS

1939-40 season Sept. 1-June 1938 39 seaon Se ; 1937-38 season Sept. 1-Jun 6.
SCarlos onbais 400 boxes per car)


Alabama
Arizona
Arkansas
Colorado
Connocticut
D elaware
Dist. of Colunbia
Georgia
Illinois
Indiana
Iowa
Kansa.s
Kentucky
Louisiana
Maine
Marylaad
Massachusetts
Michigan
Minnesota
Mississippi
Missouri
Nebraslka
New Hampshire
New Jersey
New Mexico
New York
North Carolina
North Dakota
Ohio
Oklahoma
Pennsylvania
Rhoce Island
South Carolina
South Dakota
Tennessee
Texas
Vermont
Virginia
West Virginia
Wisconsin
Destinations Unliown
Canada


883 1,081 563

69 77 18
2 4 2
13 2 1
33 17 17
668 1,083 785
2,352 3,226 1,788
83 65 23
117 108 43
3 1
7 9 1
100 94 38
26 25 18
1 -
536 540 322
8 1 1
101 119 35
1 2
125 141 65
114 79 17
2 1 -

40 37 19

282 93 49
1,530 1,785 912

168 145 91
1G 10
290 230 179
7 1
991 1,140 592

524 647 282
45 71 24
1,124 1,429 916
175 193 69
31 7 2


- 46


50 34


121 185 122

6 9 2
1
3 -
3 4 2
232 367 296
498 865 520
14 17 5
20 34 9
1 -
1 2
16 21 8
2 4 4

158 173 110
1 1 1
36 83 11
1 -
11 23 12
11 24 3

10 10 8

92 36 19
310 411 252

37 45 25
4 6 2
81 74 46
3 -
167 229 133

89 146 93
6 9 3
382 582 389
49 61 26
3 2 1


57 82

4 4
1 -
1 -
3 2
67 92
168 225
6 6
27 16
1
4 2
8 10
2 1
84 103
2
26 21
6 7
15 6

2 3
-; -
38 9
148 174

17 10
6 3
58 47

82 88

42 71
20 14
122 146
19 17
3


- 46


8 37 55 17


8 4 2


TOTAL 10,869 22,496 6,881 2,451 3,479 2,119 1,093 1,163 639





41-

WEIGHTED AVERAGE .ACTION PRICES OR ES .939-40 S


249 $3.93
6 $3.67 1 $3.47 7 $3.64 254 4.03
42 3.00 14 2.92 56 2.98 3 $2.76 253 3.74
112 2.30 65 2.11 177 2.23 15 2.43 330 3.00
80 2.09 77 1.82 157 1.96 6 2.19 236 2.64
78 2.02 78 1.77 15 1.90 6 2.20 162 2.80
79 1.92 92 1.70 171 1.80 12 2.19 148 3.27
82 1.99 ,81 1.84 163 1.92 13 2.31 156 3.02
103 1.86 94 1.66 197 1.76 22 2.23 98 3.33
111 1.89 90 1.61 201 1.76 35 2.23 129 3.31
120 1.93 98 1.73 218 1.84 49 2.19 125 2.76
111 1.81 134 1.57 245 1.68 82 2.00 120 2.57
81 1.86 127 1.58 208 1.69 94 2.10 88 2.69
53 2.00 95 1.73 148 1.83 52 2.27 63 2.72


1939
Sept. 29
Oct. 6
13
20
27
Nov. 3
10
17
24
Dec. 1
8
15
22
29
Ja. 5
12
19
26
Feb. 2
9
16
23
Mar. 1
8
15
22
29
Apr. 5
12
19
26
May 3
10
17
24
31
June 7
14
21
28
July 5
12
19
26
Aug. 2
9
16
23
30


1.68
1.61
1.54
1.67
2.23
2.09
2.88
2.42
2.44
2.16
2.29
2.16
2.36
2.63
2.71
3.14
3.38
3.28
3.07
2.83
3.23
3.38
3.42
3.53
3.32
2.94


226
258
243
218
297
201
111
269
296
238
232
230
153
196
173
172
164
208
184
166
160
113
121
56
40
26
12
18
6
2
4
1

1
1


1.79
1.71
1.62
1.72
2.28
2.16
2.91
2.44
2.44
2.16
2.32
2.20
2.37
2.65
2.73
3.21
3.41
3.34
3.13
2.85
3.21
3.43
3.41
3.67
3.61
3.12
2.49
2.03
2.17
2.58
2.58
3.10

1.00
.50


2.39
2.17
1.95
2.11!
2.70
2.64
3.23
2.93
2.96
2.81
3.06
2.97
3.12
3.35
3.26
3.63
3.73
3.67
3.79
3.64
3.81
3.92
3.58
4.18


61
73
60
49
67
90
89
101
128
139
143
140
123
133
113
120
113
162
170
190
197
175
263
220
261
301
225
249
214
212
244
231
223
225
261


2.54
2.38
2.40
2.71
3.21
3.12
3.06
2.76
2.70
2.65
2.63
2.66
2.63
2.74
2.83
3.22
3.32
3.43
3.13
2.91
3.03
3.42
3.77
3.90
3.73
3.24
2.94
3.06
3.01
3.23
3.41
3.36
3.31
3.29
3.26


TOTAL 2728 2.38 4172 2.28 6900 2.32 1867 2.84 8186 3.18
Total Sales, Florida Oranges, all varieties,
all containers, all sections ----------------------- 8,767 cars Avg. $2.43.
Made available through the courtesy of the Florida Citrus Exchange, Tampa, Fla.


1.96
1.85
1.71
1.80
2.38
2.35
2.97
2.47
2.45
2.15
2.40
2.30
2.38
2.72
2.77
3.33
3.45
3.44
3.29
2.91
3.17
3.49
3.39
3.70
3.68
3.19
2.49
2.03
2.17
2.58
2.58
3.10
3 .i

1.00
.50





42 -
WEIGHTED AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES RANGES 1939-40 SEASON


PHILADELPHIA

FL RIDA ST 0 CK CALIF STOCK
Indian Biver
Standa&rd Standard Wire- Stds.& Sti.Wire- Standard Standard
Week Boxes bound Boxes bourns Comined Bos B s
Ending Cars A Cars I Avg. Cars Avg. Cars Avg. Cars Avg.

Scpt. 29 -77 $3.77
Oct. 6 78 3.91
13 24 $2.61 10 $1.94 34 $2.41 85 3.35
20 36 2.40 22 2.11 58 2.29 2 $2.55 93 2.59
27 43 2.14 18 1.90 61 2.07 64 2.22
Nov. 3 51 2.04 22 1.63 73 1.92 2 1.93 54 2.24
10 44 1.90 26 1.68 70 1.82 5 2.19 42 2.62
17 46 1.84 31 1.71 77 1.79 2 2.20 33 2.74
24 48 1.74 41 1.61 89 1.68 5 2.24 25 2.83
Dec. 1 39 1.84 28 1.67 67 1.77 5 2.15 21 3.17
8 50 1.79 34 1.59 84 1.71 9 2.15 29 2.43
15 79 1.77 28 1.52 107 1.70 16 2.05 23 2.41
22 60 1.75 37 1.56 37 1.68 19 2.07 27 2.45
29 34 1.88 20 1.67 54 1.80 13 2.04 12 2.38
194Q
5 -1 1.82 40 1.59 81 1.71 14 2.09 17 2.27
12 55 1.72 34 1.52 89 1.64 11 2.13 11 2.33
19 59 1.64 39 1.42 98 1.55 14 1.96 11 2.72
26 49 1.88 32 1.61 81 1.77 16 2.19 13 2.76
Feb. 2 54 2.34 66 2.06 120 2.18 18 2.52 19 2.85
9 30 2.05 53 1.85 83 1.92 18 2.31 18 2.94
16 18 2.96 29 2.67 47 2.78 1 3.90 33 2.76
23 60 2.44 74 2.29 134 2.36 3 3,23 26 2.58
mar. 1 36 2.50 82 2.27 118 2.34 5 3.17 28 2.59
8 32 2.16 68 1.98 100 2.04 2 3.00 34 2.50
15 44 2.44 59 2.22 103 2.31 3 2.95 33 2.57
22 40 2.28 44 2.06 84 2.16 10 2.82 35 2.61
29 33 2.40 35 2.27 68 2.33 11 2.97 38 2.62
Apr. 5 21 2.65 34 2.49 55 2.55 8 3.13 37 2.62
12 24 3.01 33 2.87 57 2.93 9 3.52 31 2.93
19 35 3.27 50 3.10 85 3.17 11 3.72 37 3.14
26 35 3.31 36 3.10 71 3.20 14 3.65 34 3.17
May 3 24 3.30 43 3.15 67 3.20 11 3.81 46 3.14
10 15 3.35 36 2.93 51 3.05 13 3.73 46 2.94
17 16 3.34 31 2.87 47 3.03 11 3.66 67 2.91
24 20 3.03 19 2.53 39 2.79 12 3.55 78 2.93
31 11 3.44 9 2.72 20 3.12 8 3.68 77 3.31
June 7 6 3.36 5 2.86 11 3.13 13 3.58 73 3.94
14 3 3.67 2 2.40 5 3.16 7 3.71 97 3.83
21 1 3.10 1 3.10 129 3.76
28 1 1.90 1 1.90 112 3.24
July 5 96 2.84
12 96 2.89
19 86 2.94
26 92 3.06
Aug. 2 110 3.32
9 103 3.20
16 81 3.24
23 89 3.19
30 99 3.01

TOTAL 1317 2.22 1270 2.15 2587 2.18 321 2.79 2695 3.07
Total Sales, Florida Oranges, all varieties,
all containers, all sections --------- ---- 2,908 cars Avg. $2.25.
Made available through the courtesy of the Florida Citrus Exchange, Tampa, Fla.







WEIGHT AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES ORANGES 1939-40 SEASON


BOSTON

FLORIDA S TO CK n CALIF,. STOCK
Indian River|
Standard. Standard Wize- Stds. & Std. Wire- Standaard Standard.
Week -- s I bo-und Boxes bo Combined Boxes Boxes
Ending Cars Avg.- I Cars I Avg. I Cars I Av, I Cars Avg. Cars I Avg.


1939
Sept. 29
Oct. 6
13
20
27
Nov. 3
10
17
24
Dec. 1
8
15
22
29
Jan. 5
12
19
26
Feb. 2
9
16
23
Mar. 1
8
15
22
29
Apr. 5
12
19
26
May 3
10
17
24
31
June 7
14
21
28
July 5
12
19
26
Aug. 2
9
16
23
30


$3.11
2.16
2.07
1.98
1.88
2.05
2.01
1.95
1.86
1.89
1.98
2.02
2.08
1.92
1.70
1.87
2.35
2.42
3.04
2.90
2.70
2.25
2.58
2.43
2.51
3.02
2.85
3.44
3.47
3.41
3.42
3.14
3.41
3.74
3.54
3.37
3.91


- -

7 $2.13
7 1.74
5 1.66
9 1.82
4 1.72
19 1.72
12 1.66
8 1.76
9 1.66
4 1.71
7 1.30
6 1.74
9 1.62
10 1.40
8 1.60
7 2.10
22 1.91
2 2.22
15 2.44
27 2.60
16 2.08
24 2.26
13 2.15
10 2.14
4 2.44
5 2.73
4 3.38
2 3.71
4 3.33
6 3.17
7 3.40
5 3.11
2 3.17
4 2.68


- -

3 $3.11
22 2.15
12 1.88
16 1.88
16 1.85
17 1.97
47 1.89
29 1.83
29 1.83
29 1.82
22 1.33
22 1.39
29 2.01
41 1.85
35 1.61
25 1.78
28 2.29
28 2.02
4 2.63
23 2.60
48 2.65
33 2.17
41 2.39
35 2.33
18 2.30
15 2.87
16 2.81
12 3.42
11 3.51
14 3.39
12 3.30
17 3.25
13 3.29
11 3.34
14 3.29
7 3.37
2 3.91


3 $2.41
1 2.11
2 2.00
1 2.20
3 1.90
5 2.10
16 2.15
21 2.04
31 2.10
19 2.07
13 2.16
18 2.10
37 1.76
25 1.88
21 2.47
18 2.48
3 3.38
12 3.32
17 3.20
12 2.53
7 2.98
13 2.91
15 3.05
18 3.44
21 3.30
18 3.92
20 3.63
18 3.55
15 3.69
20 3.70
16 3.48
12 3.57
14 3.23
9 3.43


69 $4.06
71 4.11
70 3.82
98 2.87
71 2.52
50 2.52
46 2.83
42 2.92
40 3.27
28 2.87
41 2.50
35 2.48
45 2.50
26 2.37
23 2.42
20 2.26
19 2.32
15 2.77
22 3.08
30 2.91
22 2.94
43 2.56
41 2.69
42 2.SO
47 2.73
50 2.68
43 2.59
49 2.82
40 2.80
41 3.34
45 3.51
57 3.28
89 3.06
69 2.98
73 3.22
76 3.42
75 3.78
71 3.83
76 3.76
L04 3.36
95 2.81
87 2.91
79 2.91
67 3.08
70 3.33
84 3.35
86 3.33
80 3.23
81 3.11


TOIIL 493 2.38 303 2.14 796 2.29 494 2.77 2723 3.11
Total Sales, Florida Oranges, all varieties,
all containers, all sections ---------------------- 1,290 cars Avg. $2.47.
Made available through the courtesy of the Florida Citrus Exchange, Tampa, Fla.


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44 -

tIGCIED AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES OBAES 1939-40 SEASON


PITTSBURGH

FLORIDA STO C K CALIF. STOCK
Standard Standard Wire- Stds. & Sid.Wire- Standard Standard
Week roxes bound Bo:es bounds Combined Boxes Boxes
Ending Cars Avg. Cars Avg. Cs Avg. Cars Avg. Cars Avg.


1939
Segt. 29
Oc%. 6
13
20
27
Nov. 3
10
17
24
Dec. 1
8
15
22
29
1940
J-n. 5
12
19
26
Feb. 2
9
16
23
Mar. 1
8
15
22
29
Apr. 5
12
19
26
May 3
10
17
24
31
June 7
14
21
28
July 5
12
19
26
Aug. 2
9
16
23
30


$2.45
2.53
2.11
1.60
1.91
1.99
1.83
1.67
1.86
1.92
2.18
1.90
1.90

1.87
2.34
1.82

2.05
2.27
2.27
2.38
2.49
2.65
3.10
3.36
3.31
3.41


$2.81
2.51
2.17
2.02
1.81
2.10
1.84
1.78
1.76
1.78
1.79
1.91
1.74
1.64
1.62
1.59
2.12
1.78
2.41
2.29
2.33
1.93
2.24
2.38
2.26
2.54
3.03
3.09
3.00
2.81
2.92
3.05
3.17


$2.52
2.52
2.14
1.95
1 .831
2.08
1.87
1.81
1.74
1.80
1.86
1.96

1.79
1.6S
1.62
1.72
2.20
1.78
2.41
2.26
2.32
2.02
2.34
2.42
2.37
2.54
3.04
3.14
3.09
2.89
2.92
3.05
3.17


$3.81
3.95
3.24
2.74
2.36
2.28
2.57
3.11
3.10
2.66
2.59
2.69
2.37
2.30

2.38
2.45
2.73
2.87
2.99
2.88
2.95
2.76
2.65
2.48
2.44
2.69
2.63
2.73
2.90
3.30
3.41
3.19
3.07
2.80
3.05
3.35
3.68
3.99
3.47
3.16
2.75
2.90
3.04
3.04
3.29
3.36
3.25
3.03
3.05


TOTAL 95 2.21 269 2.14 364 2.16 1268 3.00
Total Sales, Florida Oranges, all varieties,
all containers, all sections ----------------------- 364 cars Avg. $2.16.
Made available through the courtesy of the Florida Citrus Exchange, Tampa, Fla.





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I~MGD AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES MMRAES 1939-40 SEASON


CLEVELAND

FL ORIDA ST OCK CALIF. STOCK
Standard Standard Wire- Stds. & Std.. re- Standard Standard
Week Boxes bo oxes bounds Cmbined es Bxes
Ending Car v. Cars I Avg. Cars IAvg. Cars Avg. Cars Avg.


Sept. 29
Oct. 6
153
20
27
Nov. 3
10
17
24
Dec. 1
8
15
22
29
Tano 5
12
19
26
Feb. 2
9
16
23
Mar. 1
8
15
22
29
Apr. 5
12
19
26
May 3
10
17
23
30
June 7
14
21
28
July 5
12
19
26
Aug. 2
9
16
23
30


$2.93
2.47
2.31
2.11
2.25
2.21
1.99
1.99
2.14
1.97
1.99
2.23
2.17
1.91
1.74
1.97
2.47
2.19
3.38
2.63
2.59
2.32
2.43
2.89
2.42
2.63
3.62
3.47
3.50
3.59
3.54
3.53
3.80
4.05
3.80
3.40
3.70.


$2.81
2.07
2.35
1.75
1.68
1.84
1.78
1.66
1.77
1.63
1.79
2.01
1.91
1.72
1.65
1.80
2.33
1.86
3.02
2.51
2.40
2.12
2.25
2.43
2.16
2.72
3.39
3.43
3.05
3.19
2.96
2.55
2.17


$2.92
2.36
2.33
1.87
2.04
2.10
1.89
1.91
1.93
1.85
1.89
2.11
2.03
1.79
1.71
1.86
2.39
1.94
3.12
2.54
2.45
2.18
2.32
2.53
2.31
2.70
3.44
3.45
3.22
3.49
3.22
2.89
2.58
4.05
3.80

3.40
3.70


$2.48
2.91
2.37
2.56
2.69


$3.94
4.11
3.66
2.79
2.42
2.57
3.29
3.24
2.93
2.71
2.62
2.56
2.47
2.38
2.25
2.37
2.76
2.87
2.93.
2.84
2.68
2.81
2.57
2.60
2.62
2.69
2.62
2.77
3.05
3.34
3.30
3.38
3.10
3.11
3.26
3.42
3.83
3.96
3.48
3.23
2.87
2.90
3.08
3.16
3.29
3.47
3 .10
3.19
3.07


TOTAL 271 2.43 313 2.21 584 .2.31 5 2.60 1337 3.08
Total Sales, Florida Oranges, all varieties,
all containers, all sections ----------------------- 589 cars Avg. $2.31,
Made available through the courtesy of the Florida Citrus Exchange, Tampa, Fla.





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WEICGTED AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES ORNGES 1939-40 SEASON


CHICAGO

F L 0R I D A S T 0 C K CALIF. STOCK
.Ind~jive.a'
Standar Standard Wire- Std. & Std.Wire- Standard Standard
Week oxes bou Bos bouls Combined Boxs es
E-ding Cars | Avg. C Cars Avg. Cars g. Avg


1939
Sept. 29
Oct. 6
13
20
27
Nov. 3
10
17
24
Dec. 1
8
15
22
29
1940
Jan. 5
12
19
26
Feb. 2
9
16
23
Mar. 1
8
15
22
29
Apr. 5
12
19
26
May 3
10
17
24
31
June 7
14
21
28
July 5
12
19
26
Aug. 2
9
16
23
30


$3.19
2.65
2.38
2.09
2.28
2.20
2.02
1.91
2.06
2.20
1.93
2.06

2.14
2.28
1.95
2.02
2.41
2.25
2.88
2.70
2.66
2.59
2.77
2.86
2.83
2.85
3.31
3.58
3.67
3.68
3.94
3.41
3.67
3.54
3.88
3.37
2.41


$2.58
2.63
2.12
1.77
1.78
1.91
1.82
1.74
1.79
1.85
1.80
1.79

1.90
1.87
1.74
1.86
2.25
2.02
2.64
2.39
2.34
2.21
2.40
2.54
2.49
2.70
2.93
3.17
3.14
3.27
3.41
2.85
2.42
3.51

1.72


-

$3.10
2.64
2.24
1.87
2.09
2.09
1.92
1.82
1.91
2.01
1.85
1.85

1.97
1.94
1.82
1.92
2.30
2.06
2.66
2.50
2.49
2.42
2.57
2.65
2.66
2.76
3.08
3.40
3.48
3.61
3.66
3.19
3.49
3.54
3.88
3.37
2.07


-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
$1 .76
-


$3.87
4.01
3.84
2.79
2.78
2.47
2.72
2.94
3.27
2.76
2.63
2.63
2.64
2.61

2.39
2.65
2.68
2.85
3.07
3.04
2.98
2.83
2.60
2.68
2.66
2.71
2.64
2.74
3.00
3.35
3.48
3.44
3.33
3.04
3.08
3.34
3.54
3.87
3.51
3.25
3.05
3.01
2.97
3.08
3.30
3 .29
3.30
3.25
3.12


TOTAL 454 2.69 557 2.18 1011 2.41 1 1.76 3196 3.08

Total Sales, Florida Oranges, all varieties,
all containers, all sections ----------------------- 1,012 cars Avg. $2.41.
Made available through the courtesy of the Florida Citrus Exchange, Tampa, Fla.





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WEIGETED AVERA AUCTION PRICES ORANGES 1939-40 sMASo


2 $2.80 2 $3.02 4. $2.91
7 2.44 5 2.18 12 2.33
4 2.28 6 1.94 10 2.08
3 2.03 3 1.68 6 1.86
4 2.06 6 1.59 10 1.78
4 1.90 4 1.57 8 1.74
3 2.01 6 1.75 9 1.84
4 1.88 7 1.70 11 1.77
3 1.70 3 1.75 6 1.73
6 2.18 11 1.89 17 1.99
6 2.07 18 1.82 24 1.88
2 1.93 7 1.73 9 1.78


1939
Set. 29
Oct. 6
13
20
27
Nov. 3
10
17
24
Dec. 1
8
15
22
29
5
12
19
26
Feb. 2
9
16
23
Mar. 1
8
15
22
29
Apr. 5
12
19
26
May 3
10
17
24
31
June 7
14
21
28
July 5
12
19
26
Aug. 2
9
16
23
30


1.60
1.69
1.68
1.89
2.07
1.94
2.81
2.04
2.00
1.87
2.38
2.08
2.26
3.38
3.28
3.27
2.94
2.65
2.28
1.70


-


1.60
1.71
1.73
1.94
2.07
1.94
2.81
2.09
2.02
1.87
2.23
2.50
2.19
2.27
3.44
3.27
3.30
2.94
2.59
2.28
1.70


$3.71
3.80
3.45
2.69
2.27
2.14
2.54
2.68
2.77
2.65
2.54
2.68
2.64
2.38
2.27
2.48
2.73
3.30
3.01
2.94
2.77
2.59
2.52
2.60
2.75
2.54
2.69
2.83
3.25
3.49
3.31
3.25
2.86
2.95
3.03
3.47
3.53
3.65
3.25
3.00
2.74
2.77
2.73
2.77
3.15
3.20
3.06
3.06
3.00


TOTAL .83 .2.27 235 2.03 318 2.09 1444 2.95
Total Sales, Florida Oranges, all varieties, $2.09.
all containers, all sections----------------------- 318 cars Av $2.09.
Made available through the courtesy of the Florida Citrus Exchange, Tmpa, Fla.


1.91
1.85
2.01
2.11
2 .i

2.80
2.15
2.23
2.75
2.51
2.28
3.49
3.26
3.35

2.30





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WEIGHTED AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES ORANGES 1939-40 SEASO


CINCINNATI


F I OR RID A -S T 0 C K CALIF. STOCK

Standard Standard Wire- Stds. & Sd.Wire- Standard Standard
Week Boxes bund ABoxes Cmbined Boxese.
End ing Cars Avg. Cars I Avg. Cars I Avg. Cars s Av Cars Avg.


1939
St. 29
Oct. 6
13
20
27
Nov. 3
10
17
24
Dec. 1
8
15
22
29
1940
Jan. 5
12
19
26
Feb. 2
9
16
23
Mar. 1
8
15
22
29
Apr. 5
12
19
26
May 3
10
17
24
31
June 7
14
21
28
July 5
12
19
26
Aug. 2
9
16
23
30


$3.19
2.24
2.38
1.98
1.74
1.92
1.95
1.85
1.83
1.85
1.83
1.78

1.71
1.69
1.59
1.70
2.16
2.10
2.60
2.40
2.20
2.08
2.10
2.42
2.40
2.62
3.30
3.18
3.25
3.85
3.05
3.40
3.70
3.08
2.75


$3.05
2.18
2.12
1.81
1.62
1.69
1.57
1.62
1.66
1.69
1.70
1.67

1.61
1.45
1.57
1.78
1.84
1.78
2.59
2.16
2.09
2.01
2.26
2.29
2.19
2.28
3.05
3.05
3.01
3.10
2.86
2.39
2.56


$3.10
2.20
2.21
1.86
1.66
1.79
1.67
1.69
1.69
1.74
1.74
1.68

1.64
1.49
1.58
1.76
1.88
1.79
2.60
2.20
2.12
2.03
2.24
2.31
2.24
2.33
3.11
3.07
3.07
3.14
2.87
2.69
2.94
3.08
2.75


-
-
$2.50
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-


$3.77
3.86
3.06
2.53
2.28
2.25
2.83
3.03
2.89
2.73
S2.66
2.45
2.43
2.32

2.35
2.48
2.83
2.81
2.98
2.90
2.77
2.52
2.46
2.40
2.53
2.63
2.72
2.65
2.98
3.28
3.72
3.17
2.98
2.77
3.02
3.27
3.55
3.65
3.30
2.95
2.74
2.72
2.74
2.91
3.23
3.08
3.22
2.95
2.97


TOTAL 245 2.15 785 2.02 1030 2.05 1 2.50 846 2.96
Total Sales, Florida Oranges, all varieties,
all containers, all sections ----------------------- 1,031 cars Avg. $2.05.

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





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WEIGHEi D AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES OAES 1939-40 SEASON


5 $2.73 1 $2.46 6 $2.68
10 2.55 5 2.48 15 2.53
7 2.44 3 2.24 10 2.38
6 2.23 7 1.81 13 2.00
6 1.99 4 1.73 10 1.89
7 2.24 4 2.29 11 2.26
8 2.05 11 1.98 19 2.01
3 1.90 15 1.68 18 1.72
5 1.87 7 1.72 12 1.78
5 2.01 11 1.89 16 1.93
7 2.04 13 1.78 20 1.87
3 1.93 6 1.89 9 1.90


1939
Sept. 29
Oct. 6
13
20
27
Nov. 3
10
17
24
Dec. 1
8
15
22
29
Jan. 5
12
19
26
Feb. 2
9
16
23
Mar. 1
8
15
22
29
Apr. 5
12
19
26
May 3
10
17
24
31
June 7
14
21
28
July 5
.12
19
26
Aug. 2
9
16
23
30


1.80
1.83
1.82
1.90
2.13
1.86
2.60
2.41
2.43
2.23
2.17
2.57
2.29
2.37
2.76
3.41
3.51
3.35
3.25
2.87
2.78
-


1.80
1.85
1.80
1.90
2.12
1.89
2.60
2.52
2.54
2.36
2.35
2.76
2.40
2.41
2.76
3.45
3.63
3.46
3.42
3.00
3.27
3.40


$2.63
2.23
3.01
2.21











-


$3.89
4.14
3.43
3.00
2.59
2.41
2.84
2.99
3.30
2.62
2.53
2.73
2.52
2.43
2.31
2.48
2.68
2.82
2.98
3.03
3.01
2.65
2.62
2.67
2.63
2.70
2.67
2.76
3.07
3.41
3.47
3.23
2.90
2.83
3.00
3.42
3.76
3.83
3.82
3.30
3.41
2.97
3.16
3.23
3.36
3.48
3.16
3.20
3.14


TOTAL 136 2.47 253 2.13 389 2.25 4 2.52 1693 3.05
Total Sales, Florida Oranges, all varieties.
all containers, all sections ----------------------- 393 cars Avg. $2.25.
Made available through the courtesy of the Florida Citrus Exchange, Tampa, Fla.


1.85
1.96
1.69
1.87
2.05
2.31
2.80
2.83
2.45
2.77
2.89
2.56
2.45
3.51
3.78
3.59
3.75
3.50
3.75
3.40





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WEIGHED AT EA AVERA l TIO PRICES ORAES S 1939-40 SEASN


BALTIMORE

F LORI A S T 0 C K CALIFt. STOC

Standard Standard Wire- Stds. & SSt. Wire- Standard Standard
Week D oxes dBoxe s ombiyL Bo es Boxes
Ering Cars I Avg. ] Cars Avg. Cars |Avg. Cars I Avg. Cars j Avg.


.1939
Sept 29
Oct. 6
13
20
27
Nov. 3
10
17
24
Dec. 1
8
15
22
29
1940
Jan. 5
12
19
26
Feb. 2
9
16
23
Mar. 1
8
15
22
29
Apr. 5
12
19
26
May 3
10
17
24
31
June 7
14
21
28
July 5
12
19
26
Aug. 2
9
16
23
30


2 $3.71
4 2.68
3 1.93

2 2.01
2 1.25
- -
2 1.95
2 1.74
1 1.31

2 1.68


1.40
1.52

1.76
2.22
2.06

2.58
2.53
2.23
2.03
2.16
2.36
2.65
2.92
2.97
3.23
3.41
2.67
3.28
3.12
3.14
3.55


- -
- -

2 $1.82
2 2.18
8 1.72
2 1.75
3 1.54
5 1.37
3 1.54
1 1.52
2 1.47
2 1.68
2 1.55

3 1.33
2 1.16
3 1.40
1 1.32
3 1.78
4 1.65
2 2.54
5 2.26
4 2.13
5 1.74
2 1.73
2 1.86
1 2.12

2 2.77
2 3.16
5 2.98
3 2.96
4 3.05
5 2.89
3 2.67
1 2.45

- -
- -


2 $3.71
4 2.68
5 1.89
2 2.18
10 1.78
4 1.50
3 1.54
7 1.54
5 1.62
2 1.42
2 1.47
4 1.68
2 1.55

4 1.35
4 1.34
3 1.40
2 1.54
6 2.00
6 1.79
2 2.54
10 2.42
8 2.33
10 1.99
6 1.93
5 2.04
5 2.31
2 2.65
3 2.92
5 2.89
6 3.21
7 3.10
5 2.84
7 3.15
7 2.96
5 2.86
2 3.00


-
-
-
-
-
-
$1.51
-
-
-
-
-
-
-


$3.68
3.63
2.92
2.37
1.98
2.63
2.29
2.97
2.58
2.24
2.45
2.52
2.53
2.08

2.24
2.32
2.40
2.70
2.94
2.29
2.71
2.45
2.61
2.52
2.57
2.79
2.58
2.58
2.79
3.13
3.34
2.86
2.92
2.96
3.11
3.45
4.08
3.92
3.64
3.03
2.89
2.92
2.84
2.99
3.27
3.28
3.01
3.13
3.03


TOTAL 78 2.46 94 2.03 172 2.23 1 1.51 576 3.02
Total Sales, Florida Oranges, all varieties,
all containers, all sections ----------------------- 173 cars Avg. $2.23.
Made available through the courtesy of the Florida Citrus Exchange, TBnpa, Fla.





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WEIC-HTED AEREAGE AUCTION PRICES GRACGES 1939-40 SEASDN


TOTAL ALL CITIES

F LOB ID A S TOCK i CGLIF STCK
Indian River
Standard Standard Wire- St6s. & Si.EL Wire- Stanaiard Stand-ard
Week -a bound Boxes bo7ds CB fined B oxesv Bqaes
Ending Cars Avg. Cars I Avg. Cars I Avg. Cars I Avg. Cars Avg.


1939
Sept. 29
Oct. 6
13
20
27
Nov. 3
10
17
24
Dec. 1
8
15
22
29
Jan. 5
12
19
26
Feb. 2
9
16
23
1a.r. 1
8
15
22
29
Apr. 5
12
19
26
May 3
10
17
24
31
June 7
14
21
28
July 5
12
19
26
Aug. 2
9
16
23
30


8 $3.68
117 2.91
249 2.36
179 2.17
176 2.03
178 1.94
199 2.00
231 1.88
220 1.89
229 1.89
271 1.85
240 1.86
119 1.97
184 1.95
224 1.84
252 1.72
194 1.85
226 2.35
111 2.24
68 2.97
190 2.50
163 2.50
146 2.22
164 2.44
165 2.41
134 2.47
108 2.73
103 2.95
148 3.36
145 3.44
144 3.46
92 3.38
91 3.12
102 3.25
84 3.50
83 3.44
58 3.64
39 3.62
21 3.15
12 2.49
18 2.03
6 2.17
2 2.58
4 2.58
1 3.10
1 1.00
1 .50


1 $3.47
43 2.69
156 2.17
159 1.94
179 1.76
187 1.70
172 1.81
239 1.68
205 1.64
214 1.71
271 1.61
304 1.66
179 1.73
261 1.69
331 1.63
287 1.58
266 1.71
434 2.13
339 1.97
140 2.76
390 2.38
440 2.37
352 2.09
308 2.27
324 2.22
228 2.30
226 2.57
219 2.82
240 3.15
191 3.26
227 3.22
221 3.04
191 2.84
149 3.05
77 3.27
73 3.33
12 3.34
9 3.14
7 2.94


9 $3.66
160 2.85
405 2.29
338 2.06
355 1.89
365 1.82
371 1.91
470 1.78
425 1.77
443 1.80
542 1.75
544 1.75
298 1.83
445 1.80
555 1.71
539 1.64
460 1.77
660. 2.21
450 2.03
208 2.82
580 2.41
603 2.41
498 2.13
472 2.33
489 2.28
362 2.36
334 2.62
322 2.86
388 3.23
336 3.34
371 3.31
313 3.14
282 2.93
251 3.13
161 3.39
156 3.39
70 3.59
48 3.53
28 3.10
12 2.49
18 2.03
6 2.17
2 2.58
4 2.58
1 3.10
l
1 1.00
1 .50


$2.76
2.44
2.26
2.13
2.14
2.29
2.20
2.20
2.18
2.01
2.09
2.19
2.30
2.16
1.91
2.08
2.64
2.53
3.24
3.00
3.01
2.78
3.05
2.94
3.09
3.35
3.30
3.69
3.70
3.66
3.77
3.66
3.68
3.78
3.52
3.74


$3.88
3.99
3.60
2.85
2.53
2.53
2.94
2.98
3.17
2.96
2.62
2.58
2.57
2.51
2.41
2.43
2.56
2.83
3.05
3.00
2.93
2.70
2.63
2.61
2.64
2.67
2.63
2.74
2.95
3.30
3.38
3.32
3.08
2.93
3.06
3.39
3.75
3.86
3.65
3.23
2.91
2.96
2.97
3.11
3.34
3.32
3.25
3.21
3.13


TOTAL 5900 2.36 8251 2.20 14151 2.27 2694 2.82 23964 3.10
Total Sales, Florida Oranges, all varieties,
all containers, all sections ----------------------- 16,845 cars Avg. $2.36.

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





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WEIGHIED AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES- ILf .SMDA CtTDD & LESSS GRAPEERUIT
1939-40 SEASON

NE W YORK CITY

_FILLA. S~flD GRAPFUIT .... FLA.. SE T~SS GRAPEE2RIT .
S&d I Riv. S AM Ind. Riv.
Week Standard Std.Wire- t Standcard. Standard SM. Wire- i unas Standard
Snd, Bsxes boundBxe Combined Boxes Boxes Ibo.mdBoxes ICoImined Boxes
in CaslAvRg. CarslAvg. Carsig. Carsivg. CarsAvg. CarsAv. CarslAvg. CarsAvg.


1939
9/29
10/6
13
20
27
11/3
10
17
24
12/1
8
15
22
29

12

2/2
9
16
23
3/1
8
15
22
4P5
12
19
16
5/3
10
17
24
31
6/7
14
21
775
12
19
26
8/2
9
16
23
30


3.76
2.70
2.40
1.94
1.72
1.70
1.71
1.90
2.11
1.73
1.64
1.56
1.71
1.75
1.66
1.59
1.38
1.53
1.88
1.87
2.15
1.95
1.65
1.46
1.82
1.54
2.32
2.28
2.06
1.98
1.96
1.78
1.34
2.07
2.40
1.98
1.54
1.72
2.13
1.42
1.55


$

6 2.14
9 1.90
4 1.48
6 1.33
11 1.42
3 1.63
4 2.02
5 2.01
5 1.61
5 1.50
4 1.29
4 1.71
8 1.61
3 1.36
3 1.37
3 1.37
14 1.36
3 1.77
2 1.47
3 1.38
2 1.78
6 1.54
4 1.15
4 1.38
3 1.51
3 1.89
10 1.93
8 1.73
22 2.07
21 1.90
20 1.52
12 1.42
8 1.45
8 1.33
10 1.42
7 1.04
1 1.69


3.76
2.61
2.30
1.90
1.64
1.61
1.70
1.93
2.09
1.71
1.62
1.50
1.71
1.70
1.61
1.55
1.38
1.42
1.86
1.82
2.01
1.92
1.62
1.39
1.57
1.53
2.18
2.13
1.90
2.03
1.93
1.64
1.40
1.81
1.90
1.76
1.37
1.72
2.13
1.42
1.55


$
4 3.84
11 3.78
17 2.75
29 2.06
23 2.06
17 2.15
22 2.04
23 2.02
13 2.44
22 2.22
26 1.96
23 1.98
18 2.33
13 2.34
10 2.21
25 1.99
19 1.83
15 1.87
8 2.45
9 2.36
8 2.74
20 2.50
25 2.12
22 1.82
9 2.08
10 2.38
9 2.72
12 3.05
11 2.54
11 2.51
14 2.58
11 2.06
5 2.43
1 2.83
1 1.64
1 1.90
1 1.39





1 2.66
2 2.03
4 2.24


, $

14 3.32
40 2.64
53 2.30
44 1.94
37 1.82
24 1.87
21 2.03
16 2.39
37 1.94
20 1.70
18 1.65
13 1.84
14 1.74
15 1.87
35 1.79
26 1.52
16 1.63
33 2.19
34 1.69
33 1.91
36 2.01
28 1.96
18 1.59
17 1.75
18 1.91
13 2.47
30 2.63
30 2.41
41 2.41
43 2.19
28 1.87
16 1.74
11 2.03
19 2.03
17 2.18
27 2.04
12 2.46
8 2.27
3 1.39
2 1.13


.$
2 3.56
8 2.31
4 2.35
10 1.74
15 1.66
14 1.80
11 2.03
11 2.25
43 1.80
28 1.64
22 1.64
11 1.76
15 1.72
13 1.78
25 1.59
26 1.50
9 1.65
30 2.01
58 1.49
13 1.57
12 1.69
20 1.80
15 1.61
11 1.68
12 1.69
8 2.10
25 2.19
32 1.94
28 2.10
26 1.92
33 1.75
21 1.68
14 1.72
34 1.77
22 1.79
15 1.55
3 1.93
8 1.50
2 1.87


.$
2 3.56
14 3.32
48 2.58
57 2.30
54 1.90
52 1.77
38 1.84
32 2.03
27 2.33
80 1.86
48 1.66
40 1.64
24 1.80
29 1.73
28 1.83
60 1.71
52 1.51
25 1.64
63 2.10
92 1.56
46 1.81
48 1.93
48 1.89
33 1.60
28 1.72
30 1.82
21 2.33
55 2.43
62 2.17
69 2.28
69 2.09
61 1.80
37 1.71
25 1.86
53 1.86
39 1.96
42 1.87
15 2.35
16 1.89
5 1.58
2 1.13


2 3.94
13 3.29
22 3.02
38 2.54
44 2.40
56 2.35
46 2.43
34 2.91
50 2.72
56 2.38
55 2.30
72 2.38
38 2.45
48 2.64
62 2.40
70 2.13
59 2.33
38 2.91
46 2.69
24 3.21
52 3.04
73 2.68
82 2.29
75 2.38
66 2.52
54 2.99
49 3.42
67 3.05
55 3.31
56 3.19
59 2.73
59 2.55
36 3.13
21 3.61
18 3.59
12 2.89
2 3.23
1 2.82
1 2.92


1 2.54
2 2.13


TOTAL 613 1.90 254 1.61 867 1.82 525 2.25 960 2.05 709 1.78 1669 1.93 1714 2.68
Total Sales, Florida Grapefruit, all varieties,
all containers, all sections -------------------------- 4,775 cars Avg. $2.21.
Made available through the courtesy of the Florida Citrus Exchange, Tampa, Fla.







WEIGHTED AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES ODEIDAA SEEPD & SEEDESS GRAPEFRUIT


PHILADELPHIA


FLA. SEEDLESS GRAPEIRUIT


9/9 2 $3.90 12.20 3 $3.33 -
10/6 16 2.83 5 2.38 21 2.72 2 2.85 2 $2.85 -
13 24 2.19 3 2.08 27 2.18 11 2.27 2 $2.35 13 2.28
20 25 2.04 1 1.40 26 2.02 11 2.09 3 1.78 14 2.02 1 $2.02
S18 1.70 6 1.35 24 1.61 5 $2.05 5 1.90 1 1.75 6 1.88 -
113 10 1.97 8 1.52 18 1.77 9 2.07 8 1.83 17 1.96 1 2.15
10 13 1.76 4 1.58 17 1.72 5 2.15 9 1.98 5 1.72 14 1.89 4 2.30
17 7 1.91 1 1.40 8 1.85 1 2.30 9 1.98 1 1.70 10 1.95 6 2.30
S 13 2.03 2 1.78 15 2.00 2 2.35 5 2.23 1 1.90 6 2.18 6 2.48
121 11 1.84 8 1.51 19 1.70 3 2.32 14 1.91 9 1.66 23 1.81 1 2.55
8 15 1.61 3 1.17 18 1.54 5 2.03 12 1.67 7 1.40 19 1.57 6 2.39
15 5 1.53 1 1.15 6 1.47 3 2.13 8 1.66 8 1.66 9 2.14
22 12 1.71 3 1.18 15 1.60 4 2.21 5 1.70 5 1.70 6 2.36
29 7 1.46 2 1.38 9 1.44 2 2.18 3 1.67 1 1.30 4 1.58 1 2.45
S 13 1.72 1 1.30 14 1.69 4 2.09 7 1.83 1 1.50 8 1.79 3 2.48
12 15 1.58 3 1.58 18 1.58 5 1.84 11 1.74 1 1.50 12 1.72 6 2.25
19 12 1.38 12 1.38 3 2.05 13 1.61 3 1.48 16 1.59 11 1.90
A6 5 1.39 1 1.00 6 1.33 4 1.80 3 1.75 3 1.75 7 1.79
22 7 1.85 5 1.36 12 1.65 1 2.50 5 2.31 12 1.73 17 1.90 3 2.53
9 4 1.54 1 1.20 5 1.47 19 1.64 12 1.34 31 1.52 2 2.53
16 6 1.82 6 1.82 9 1.40 5 1.29 14 1.36 1 2.30
3 1.98 1 1.60 4 1.89 9 1.92 2 1.30 11 1.81 3 3.07
3/1 4 1.68 1 1.30 5 1.60 1 2.30 14 1.76 4 1.44 18 1.69 11 2.52
8 2 2.08 2 1.15 4 1.62 4 2.07 6 1.47 4 1.30 10 1.40 15 1.93
15 3 1.53 3 1.53 1 2.15 5 1.37 1 1.50 6 1.39 14 2.11
22 6 1.50 1 1.25 7 1.46 1 2.05 11 2.03 11 2.03 14 2.16
3 1.82 3 1.82 1 2.20 8 2.10 1 1.65 9 2.05 10 2.31
4/5 4 2.38 4 2.38 1 3.00 14 2.49 3 2.15 17 2.43 6 3.12
12 11 2.13 3 1.48 14 1.99 1 1.95 19 2.15 11 1.68 30 1.98 7 3.04
19 16 2.05 4 1.32 20 1.90 3 2.25 12 2.06 5 1.50 17 1.90 8 2.90
26 10 1.82 1 1.40 11 1.78 4 1.82 12 1.79 1 1.60 13 1.78 6 2.59
5/3 3 1.77 1 1.95 4 1.82 1 2.55 12 1.68 3 1.62 15 1.67 8 2.59
10 4 1.40 4 1.30 8 1.35 7 1.56 7 1.56 5 2.56
17 8 1.76 5 1.87 13 1.80 2 2.55 4 1.89 4 1.89 2 3.43
24 8 1.95 2 1.73 10 1.91 2 2.38 9 1.91 6 1.80 15 1.87 2 2.98
31 7 1.63 3 1.43 10 1.57 11 2.04 11 2.04 2 2.65
6/7 11 1.59 1 1.05 12 1.55 5 1.91 1 1.75 6 1.88 1 2.50
14 5 1.84 2 1.30 7 1.69 3 1.93 1 1.35 4 1.79 -
21 1 2.45 1 2.45 2 1.90 2 1.90
38 2 2.13 2 2.13 3 1.67 3 1.67 -
7/5 4 1.47 4 1.47 -
12 -
19 -
J63 -

16 -
23 -
30 .

TOTAL 351 1.87 90 1.52 441 1.80 69 2.12 340 1.89 115 1.61 455 1.82 188 2.37
Total Sales, Florida Grapefruit, all varieties,
all containers, all sections -------------------------- 1,153 cars Avg. $1.92.
Made available through the courtesy of the Florida Citrus Exchange, Tampa, Fla.





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WEIGHTED AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES ~TdRIDA SEEDED & SEELESS GRAPEFRUIT
1339-40 Sg S00

BOSTON

FIA. SE GAPEEIT A. SIEDLESS GRAPMEBUIT
Stds.& Std, d SAs& Std Ind.Ri
Week Standard Std. Wire- j o i Stazadard. Standard Sti Wire- Standard
___ Boxes baOa. Boxes Coea i 0 oxes Boxes Ibou&dBoxes Combined Boxes
in" Cars|Avg. CasAvg.I CaarsAvg. CarsjAvg. CarsiAvg.l CarsAvg. CarslAvg. Carsl Ag.


1939
9/29
10/6
13
20
27
11/3
10
17
1241
8
15
22
29

12
19
2A2
9
16
3T1
8
15
22
4/5
12
19
26
10
17
24
31
6/7
14
21
7/5
12
19
8/2
9
16
23
30


2 $2.31 3 $1.93 5 $2.08 -
5 2.16 1 1.96 6 2.13 4 $2.16
4 2.21 4 2.21 1 2.34
3 1.62 2 1.71 5 1.66 3 2.36
2 1.73 1 1.33 3 1.60 6 2.09
1 1.57 1 1.57 9 2.03
2 2.10 2 2.10 4 2.21
2 1.74 2 1.74 8 1.98
3 1.58 3 1.58 4 1.76
4 1.60 4 1.60 5 1.77
- 3 1.83
1 1.80 1 1.60 4 2.12
1 2.1.5 1 2.15 2 2.22
2 1.68 2 1.68 7 1.94
2 1.77 2 1.77 23 1.77
2 1.74 2 1.74 8 1.66
2 1.80 2 1.80 4 2.20
1 1.80 1 1.80 4 2.08
1 2.20 1 2.20 -
1 2.10 1 1.42 2 1.76 2 2.31
- 1 1.70 1 1.70 7 2.19
1 1.11 1 1.11 8 1.65
3 1.59 3 1.59 5 1.77
5 1.50 5 1.50 2 1.92
- 1 2.30

1 1.83 1 1.83 6 2.40
1 1.97 1 1.97 2 2.13
1 1.62 1 1.59 2 1.61 5 2.25
2 1.64 1 1.22 3 1.50 4 2.00
S 1 2.19
- 2 2.00
1 1.52 1 1.52 -
1 1.48 1 1.46 2 1.47 -
4 1.37 4 1.37 -


1 1.28 .1 1.28


TOTAL 59 1.75 15 1.69 74 1.74 144 1.98 67 1.84 35 1.58 102 1.74 313 2.36
Total Sales, Florida Grapefruit, all varieties,
all containers, all sections -------------------------- 633 cars Avg. $2.10.
Made available through the courtesy of the Florida Citrus Exchange, Tampa, Fla.


1 $2.73 1 $2.73 -
7 2.21 7 2.21 2 $2.49
5 2.14 5 2.14 6 2.71
5 2.01 3 $1.61 8 1.86 5 2.48
1 1.81 1 1.81 14 2.37
- 1 1.76 1 1.76 12 2.31
- 6 2.49
2 1.98 2 2.12 4 2.05 6 2.51
1 1.73 1 1.55 2 1.64 12 2.22
2 1.64 1 1.24 3 1.51 8 2.23
- 12 2.22
4 2.14

1 1.77 1 1.77 6 2.34
5 1.55 5 1.55 10 2.39
9 1.95
1 1.83 2 1.46 3 1.58 17 2.06
S 5 1.79 5 1.79 7 2.39
3 1.82 7 1.44 10 1.55 4 2.57
5 1.56 1 1.00 6 1.47 1 3.02
5 1.52 1 .82 6 1.40 10 2.63
1 1.65 1 1.65 14 2.39
1 1.25 2 1.48 3 1.40 15 1.83
1 2.09 1 2.09 14 1.98
- 1 1.43 1 1.43 13 2.24
- 8 2.58
2 2.48 1 2.17 3 2.38 8 3.28
7 1.83 4 1.37 11 1.66 13 2.67
- 15 2.69
- 13 2.52
2 1.76 2 1.76 14 2.27
- 16 2.07
- 7 2.34
1 2.51 1 1.98 2 2.25 5 3.04
7 1.81 1 2.04 8 1.84 4 3.10
2 .79 2 .79 3 1.69





55 -

WEIGHTD APTRAGE AUCTION PRICES FLDSIDA _EiD & SEELESS GPAPERUIT
1939-40 SBQSON

PITTSBURGH

A.L S.ED .G.AP.eRUIT A, A DI SS GBAPERUIT .
Stds & Stl. Ind.RivS .& Std.n-B ix.
Week StandardI Std. Wire- Wi 's Stand Stadard StNWire- Lpe Standard
Enda- ..., bxamsl Baesl lI Boxes Boxes Zbull Boxes Cmbin B, .es
ing Cars Avg. CasAv g. Cars Ag. Ca s Avg. CarsiAvg. Car~Avg. Cars|Avg. CarslAvg.


1939
9/29
10/6
13
20
7 J
11/3
10
17
12/1
8
15
22
29

12
19

9
16
3/ P
8
15
22
4/5
12
19
573
10
17
24.
31
.6/7
14
21
745
12
19
26
8/2
9
16
23
30


1 $2.95 1 $2.99 2 $2.97
5 2.17 4 2.11 9 2.14 -
5 2.04 1 1.97 6 2.03 -
3 2.01 2 1.95 5 1.99
4 1.69 4 1.59 8 1.64
3 1.80 4 1.60 7 1.69 -
2 1.98 2 1.98 -
2 1.94 1 1.57 3 1.82 -
3 1.77 3 1.77 -
1 2.16 1 1.63 2 1.90 -
2 1.61 1 1.60 3 1.61

- 1 1.36 1 1.36
1 1.46 1 1.46
2 1.71 2 1.33 4 1.52
2 1.59 1 1.34 3 1.51
- .- 1 1.17 1 1.17
- 1 1.28 1 1.28
-
1 1.77 1 1.77




1 2.17 2.17
1 1.81 1 1.81

1 2.20 1 2.2 -
- 1 2.00 1 2.00 -
1 2.30 1 2.30 -
1 1.80 1 1.80 -


I
TOTAL 39 1.93 29 1.74 68 1.85 64 2.11 49 1.76 113 1.96 -
Total Sales, Florida Grapefruit, all varieties,
all containers, all sections -------------------------- 181 cars Avg. $1.92,
MWde available through the courtesy of the Florida Citrus Exchange, Tampa, Fla.


S 1 $2.51 $2.51 -
- 4 2.13 1 $1.98 5 2.10 -
3 2.44 3 2.44
3 2.11 2 1.48 5 1.86 -
3 1.77 3 1.77 -
- 2 2.04 1 1.86 3 1.98 -
- 2 2.28 1 1.69 3 2.08 -
S 2 1.85 2 1.66 4 1.76 -
- 2 2.14 1 1.64 3 1.97 -
- 3 2.16 1 1.87 4 2.09 -
- 3 1.95 1 1.56 4 1.85 -
1 1.86 1 1.86
2 1.82 1 1.68 3 1.77 -
1 2.07 1 2.07 -
1 1.87 1 1.49 2 1.68 -
1 2.05 1 2.05 -
1 2.15 3 1.46 4 1.63
1 2.51 3 1.54 4 1.78
3 2.14 1 1.80 4 2.06 -
2 1.67 2 1.67 -
2 2.03 1 1.81 3 1.96 -
3 2.03 4 1.59- 7 1.78
2 1.91 2 1.48 4 1.70 -
2 2.05 2 2.05 -
1 2.42 1 2.42 -
3 2.30 4 2.19 7 2.24
1 1.74 8 1.76 9 1.75

1 3.20 3 2.38 4 2.59 -
- 4 2.14 3 2.00 7 2.08 -
- 3 2.27 2 1.75 5 2.06 -
- 1 2.50 3 1.67 4 1.88 -





56 -

WEIGHTED AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES FLR~DBA M EDED & SEEDLESS G EAPEFUIT
1939-40 .SEASO .

CLEVELAND

FLA. SEEDED =GAPERUIT FlA. SEMDLESS GRBPEFRUIT
-sts.&sta. 1 I I Stds.& SlI TLL
Week Standard Std. Wire- ~ s Standard Standard Sth. Wire- W' Standard
End- Boxes' bound aBes CLombin I Boxes L Boxes IboundBoxes2 Combned Boxes
ing Carsvg. CarslAvg. CarslAvg. Cars Avr Cars Avg. Cars Avg. CarslAvg. Cars Avg.
1939
9/9 1 $3.80 1 $3.80 -
10/6 3 $3.09 3$3.09 2 3.73 2 3.73 -
13 7 2.37 4 $1.96 11 2.22 4 2.83 1 $2.56 5 2.78 -
20 6 2.03 6 2.03 6 2.29 2.29 -
27 4 1.92 1 1.98 5 1.93 3 2.14 2 2.04 5 2.10
11/3 1 1.92 1 1.92 11.84 2 1.47 3 1.59 -
10 -
17 1 2.11 1 2.11 11.79 1 1.79 -

8 1 $2.44 -
15 1 1.55 1 1.55 1 1.89 1 1.89
22 1 2.32 1 1.86 1 1.86 -
29 - -
1940
1/5 1 1.77 1 1.77 -
12 1 1.40 1 1.40 -
19 1 1.89 1 1.89 -
26 ..
2/2 1 1.63 1 1.63 4 1.94 1 1.55 5 1.86 -
9 1 1.93 1 1.93 4 1.95 5 1.29 9 1.58 -
16 3 1.33 3 1.33 -
3/1 1 3.01 -
8 1 1.65 1 1.65 -
15 1 1.84 1 1.84 .
22 -
29 2 1.55 1 1.55 3 1.55 -
4/5 2 2.15 1 2.01 3 2.10 -
12 1 1.38 1 1.38 3 2.23 2 1.90 5 2.10 -
19 1 1.44 1 1.44 1 2.33 1 1.74 2 2.04 -
26 1 2.30 1 2.30 -
5/3 7 2.48 7 2.48 -
10 1 2.30 1 2.30 11 2.59 4 2.46 15 2.56 -
17 1 2.20 1 1.60 2 1.90 7 2.16 5 1.84 12 2.03 -
24 4 1.78 2 1.38 6 1.65 -
31 1 1.45 1 1.45 -
6/7 .....- .
14 ... .
21 -
28 1 1.25 1 1.25
715 m - -a a a -
12 .
19 .
26 -.. .. .
8/2 -
9 - ..- -
16 .
23 ..a....
30 .. .

TOTAL 31 2.11 12 1.79 43 2.02 3 2.59 61 2.36 34 1.74 95 2.14
Total Sales, Florida Grapefruit, all varieties,
all containers, all sections ----------------------- 141 cars Avg. $2.11
Made available through the courtesy of the Florida Citrus Exchange, Tanpa, Fla.





57 ,
WEIGHED AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES FIRI A SIEDiD & SEDLESS GRAIEFRUIT
1939-40 SEASON

CHICAGO
, , jI ,


FIA. SEEDp GRAPERUIT


FTA. S=DLESS GRAPIFRUIT


S 1 $3.95 1$3.95 -
1 $2.77 1 $2.65 2 2.71 2 3.96 2 3.96 -
7 2.19 1 2.03 8 2.17 15 2.65 1 $2.66 16 2.65 -
2 2.00 2 2.00 14 2.38 2 1.81 16 2.31 -
1 2.28 1 2.28 5 2.05 5 2.05
- 1 1.83 3 1.54 4 1.61
1 3.37 1 3.37 1 1.69 1 1.69
4 2.29 4 2.29 1 $2.07 -
3 2.38 3 2.38 -
3 2.17 3 2.17 1 2.30 -
1 2.97 2.97 -


1 3.21. 1i 1.o0 2 .41
3 2.66 3 2.66 -


19/39
9/29
10/6
13
20
17
10
17
A4
12/1
8
15
22
29

12
19
2/2
9
16

8
15
22
4 .
12
19

10
17
24
31
6/7
14
21

12
19
8 2
9
16
23
30


- 2 1.87 -
5 2.18 -
S 3 2.04 -
3 1.91
2 2.13


S 1 2.50
S 2 2.64 -
1 2.44 -
1 2.32 -
- 2 2.03

- 2 2.37 -


- 1 1.25 1 1.25
-1 1.52 1 1.52
- 2 1.41 2 1.41
1.74 1 1.74

- 1 1.40 1 1.33 2 1.37


- 2 2.00 2 2.00
1 1.88 1 1.30 2 1.84
- 1 1.73 2 2.02 3 1.92
- 3 2.92 3 2.92
5 3.11 3 2.48 8 2.87
- 8 2.75 8 2.44 16 2.59
- 6 2.61 6 1.79 12 2.20
- 6 2.28 5 1.49 11 1.92
- 5 2.89 1 1.98 6 2.74
- 4 2.63 2 1.35 6 2.20
- 2 .97 2 .97
- 3 .96 3 .96


TTAL 51 2.29 3 2.09 54 2.28 2 2.19 84 2.49 42 1.89 126 2.29 -
'Total Sales, flori&a G pefruit, all varieties,182
all containers, all sections ----------------------- 18 cars Av. $2.29. .
Mede available through the courtesy of the Florida Citrus Exchange, aqmpa, Fla.


2 1.87
5 2.18
3 2.04 -
3 1.91
2 2.13


1 2.50
2 2.64 -
1 2.44
1 2.32
2 2.03

2 2.37





58 -

WEIGHT AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES FI.MDTRIDA SBE'ED & SItESS GEAPEmUIT


S T. L 0 UIS

ZA. SEEDD GAPEMUIT _.LA. MISS GBAPEFRUIT
Stseek Standard SrA. Wire- S tnar '.b W.e M. RSM
Week Standard Suid. Wire- iteots Standard Standard Si.Wire- ir Standard
End- Boes Ca cb BAmg C inea Boxes Boxes bound Boxes Combined Boxes
g CarsAvg. .l CarslAvg. Ca ars9v.. C-ssl, Avgl. CarsAvg.. Car sIAvg. CarsAvg.


2 $2.90 2 $2.90 1 $4.08 1 $4.08
2 2.14 2 $2.17 4 2.16 6 2.27 6 $2.73 12 2.50 -
- 1 2.49 1 2.04 2 2.27 -
- 1 1.47 1 1.47 2 1.95 1 1.81 3 1.90 -
- 1 1.45 1 1.45 -


1939
9/29
10/6
13
20
J7
10
17
24
12/1
8
15
22
29
if75
12
19

9
16

8
15
22

12
19
26
5/3
10
17
24
31
6/7
14
21
7/5
12
19
26
8/2
9
16
23
30


TOTAL 4 2.52 3 1.94 7 2.27 22 2.24 33 1.97 55 2.08 -
Total Sales, Florida Grapefruit, all varieties,
all containers, all sections ------------------------- 62 cars Avg. $2.10.
Mbde available through the courtesy of the Florida Citrus Exchange, Tampa, Fla.


S a a 1 1.68 1 1.68 -
- 2 1.46 2 1.46 -



- : -- -.F -. :

2 1.57 2 1.57

2 1.65 2 1.65
- 1 2.40 4 2.11 5 2.17
- 3 2.23 5 2.05 8 2.11
S 2 2.25 2 1.80 4 2.03
- 4 2.21 3 1.60 7 1.95
S 1 1.80 3 1.73 4 1.75
1 .90 1 .90


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59 -
WEIGE) AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES FIEIDP~A SEBD*& A iLESS GBAPERUIT
1939-40 ason

CINCINNATI

FLA. SIDE D GEIAPERUIT FLA. SEDLESS GRAPFRUIT
# s & SeI .iL. B e om i o
Week Stamd&a.rd Sti. Wire- iir I St adard Standard Si, Wire- eWOSbi s iSjandard
End. -t B 0,ss B .es Boxese bobucd Boxes Combined Boxes
ang Cars|Avg. CarsAvg. sAvg. Cars Avg. Cars Avg. CarsAvg. Cars Avg. Cars Avg.


4 $2.91 -
8 3.00 1 $2.30
12 2.16 4 1.67
6 2.21 1 2.05
7 1.96 -
5 1.59 1 1.30
2 1.65 -
2 2.18 2 1.35
2 2.00 -
3 1.93 -
1 2.00 1 1.40
1 1.90 -
2 1.73 -
1 1.60 -


1939
9/ 9
10/6
13
20
11/3
10
17
12p4
8
15
22
29

12
19
2/2
16

8
15
22
4A5
12
19

10
17
24
31
6/7
14
21
7/5
12
19
26
8/2
9
16
23
An


4 $2.91
9 2.92
16 2.04 -
7 2.19 -
7 1.96
6 1.54
2 1.65
4 1.77
2 2.00
3 1.93
2 1.70 -
1 1.90
2 1.73
1 1.60 -


2 1.53
2 1.30
3 1.72
1 1.80
2 2.05
2 1.20 -
1 1.85
3 2.13
5 1.57
2 1.53
1 2.40
2 1.85
1 1.55 -
1 2.15
2 1.65
3 1.75
3 1.62
1 1.75 -

1 1.10 -


1 $3.00
2 3.68
8 2.59
6 2.33
4 1.94
2 1.70
1.-
1 1.75
1 1.70
2 1.68
1 1.80





1 1.75
2 1.60
1 1.55
2 2.00
2.o





2 2.70
3 2.08
3 2.28
5 2.00
1 1.95
6 2.56
4 2.38
3 2.15
1 2.30
1 1.70
2 1.70
2 1.72


- 1 $3.00 -
1 $3.25 3 3.54 -
2 2.35 10 2.54 -
- 6 2.33 -
- 4 1.94 -
2 1.48 4 1.59 -
1 1.70 1 1.70 -
2 1.90 3 1.85 -
1 2.00 1 2.00 -
1 1.70 -
3 1.63 3 1.63 -
2 1.68 4 1.68 -
2 1.63 2 1.63 -
- 1 1.80 -
1 1.75 1 1.75
2 1.45 2 1.45
2 1.53 2 1.53
6 1.47 6 1.47 -
4 1.62 4 1.62
1 1.50 2 1.63
1 1.75 3 1.65 -
- 1 1.55
2 1.78 2 1.78
- 2 2.00
2 2.30 4 2.50
9 2.00 12 2.02
4 1.68 7 1.94
1 1.50 6 1.92
1 1.70 2 1.83
3 2.17 9 2.43
7 1.75 11 1.98
4 1.73 7 1.91
4 1.64 5 1.77
- 1 1.70
- 2 1.70
2 1.72


TOTAL 82 2.09 22 1.47 104 1.96 67 2.21 70 1.78 137 1.99
Total Sales, Florida Graefruit, all varieties,
all containers, all sections ------------------------ 241 cars Avg. $1.98.
Made available through the courtesy of the Florida Citrus Exchange, Tsmpa, Fla.


2 1.53 -
1 1.60 1 1.00
1 2.30 2 1.43
1 1.80 -
2 2.05 -
2 1.20
1 1.85 -
2 2.45 1 1.50
2 2.05 3 1.25
2 1.53 -
1 2.40 -
1 2.40 1 1.30
1 1.55 -
1 2.15 -
1 1.65 1 1.65
2 1.95 1 1.35
3 1.62 -
1 1.75 -

1 1.10 -


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6-
MGEIGHED AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES M.IDA SSDH)D & SEDJLESS GRAPEMIRUIT


DETR 0 IT

FIA. -SEDH GRAPERUIT A, SEAEDESS GRAPERBUIT
Weks. SUl Riad BiS s.& Std. Ind.Sir
Week Standard Sti.Wire- I s Standard Standard SlR.Wire- a bt Stan ard
End-. Boges .Ca, s bu- Bes Co xeeds. Eo as_
SAng CarsAvg. CarslAv. car Carsvg Cars g. Cars vg. Cars Avg. Cars Avg. Cars


2 $3.78 2 $3.78 - 1$3.87 1 $3.87 -
14 1.98 5 $1.94 19 1.97 - 5 2.61 1 $2.16 6 2.53 -
S- 10 2.42 10 2.42 -
4 2.24 1 2.23 5 2.24
1 1.68 1 1.68 5 1.94 1 1.62 6 1.89 -
-1 1.48 1 1.48 2 1.79 2 1.97 4 1.38 -
2 1.72 2 1.72 -
S - 1 $2.46 - -
- 1 2.32 -
1 2.19 3 1.72 3 1.72 -
1 1.09 1 1.09 -
- - -1 1.82 -


1LV-
9/29
10/6
13
20
27
11/3
10
17
24
12/1
8
15
22
29

12
19
22
9
16

8
15
22
49
4/5
12
19
l6
5/3
10
17
24
31
6/7
14
21
288
7/5
12
19
8/2
9
16
23
30


S- 1 1.56 1 1.56
2 1 1.31 2 1.47 -
S 2 1.91 1 1.62 3 1.81 -
2 2.05 1 1.90 3 2.00
11 1.50 11 1.50
1 1.54 1 1.60 2 1.57
- 1 2.35 1 2.35 -
- 1 2.35 1 2.35 -

1 2.40 1 2.40
- -- 1 2.24 1 2.24
S1 2.31 4 2.19 5 2.21
S3 2.01 2 1.59 5 1.84
S - 2 2.26 1 1.84 3 2.12
7 1 2.77 3 2.42 3 2.22 6 2.32
- 8 2.38 2 2.50 10 2.40
0 1 1.50 5 2.44 5 1.81 10 2.13
- 2 2.23 3 1.65 5 1.88
1 1.80 1 1.55 2 1.68
1 2.70 1 2.70
S1 1.35 1 1.35


TOTAL 19 2.17 9 1.70 28 2.02 4 2.20 61 2.28 47 1.81 108 2.07
Total Sales, Florida Grapefruit, all varieties,
all containers, all sections -------------------------- 140 cars Avg. $2.06.
Made available through the courtesy of the Florida Citrus Exchange, ITapa, Fla.


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61 -

VEIGHTSD AVERAFE AUCTION PRICES MIDRDA SEDMD & S*TLEDSS GRAPE~ R IT


BALTIMORE

FIA. SSEDD GlAPE IIT FI .A SFPIAIES SGiAPEFRUIT
S& Sl ^.- Riv. ind RivS
Week Standard Sil. Wire- I StajdaStdad tandard Sti. Wire- s. Standard
ng CCar C Av Carsl CaslAvg. Car sAvg. Cars jAvg. Cars|Avg.


9/39
9/29
10/6
13
20
J7
11/3
10
17
12/1
8
15
22
29

12
19
6
9
16
3/1
8
15
22

12
19

10
17
24
31
6/7
14
21
775
12
I9
26
8 2
9
16
23
30


! .(O i$.i
- .4-....


2 $3.39 2 $3.39 -
2 2.92 1 $2.51 3 2.78 -
- 3 1.63 3 1.63 -
3 1.73 4 1.66 7 1.69 -
- 1 1.48 1 1.48
4 1.47 4 1.47 -
1 1.62 1 1.62

1 1.99 1 1.99
- 3 1.58 3 1.58
- 1 1.35 1 1.35
1 1.62 1 1.47 2 1.55 -
- 2 1.33 2 1.33 -
1 1.55 1 1.55 -
- 2 1.33 2 1.33
1 1 1.37 1 1.37
- 1 1.22 1 1.22
- 1 1.23 1 1.23
1 1.42 1 1.42
2 1.27 2 1.27
1 1.62 2 1.25 3 1.37
2 1.44 2 1.44
1 1.64 1 1.64
2 1.59 2 1.59
1 1.86 1 1.86
1 1.81 1 1.61 2 1.71
3 1.50 3 1.50
- 1 2.00 1 2.00
1 1.47 1 1.47
2 2.05 1 2.38 3 2.16 -
1 1.25 1 2.07 2 1.66 -
1 1.94 1 1.94
1 2.16 1 2.16


TOTAL 24 1.95 38 1.55 62 1.70 14 1.86 9 1.73 23 1.81 -
Total Sales, Florida Grapefruit, all varieties,
all containers, all sections ------------------------- 85 cars Avg. $1.73.
Made available through the courtesy of the Florida Citrus Exchange, Tempa, Fla.


a a a a a
- a a a a a a

S- 2 1.23 2 1.23

S 2 1.75 2 1.75





3 1.71 1 1.48 4 1.65
S 1 1.54 1 1.54
2 1.75 2 1.75
2 2.05 2 2.05
4 1.93 4 1.93
1 2.09 2 1.99 3 2.02
1 2.64 1 2.64
1 1.74 1 1.74

a a a a -


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62 -

WEIGHTED AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES FLORIDA SE-DED & SEEDLESS M.APE'RUIT


TOTAL ALL C I T IES

SFLA. S=EDP GAPMRUIT FIA. SDLESS GAPEDUIT
SI t I ivta .& 1AS i
Week Standard S-. Wire- t Standard Standard Std. Wire- iret Standard
. Boxes bov d oxes Cobir Boxes Boxes bound Bos l Cmo e Boxes
ing Car Avg. Cars Avg. Cars Avg. CaIrsIAvg ars A. Cars Avg. CarslAvg. CarslAvg.


1939
9/29
10/6
13
20
27
11/3
10
17
12/1
8
15
22
29

li5
12
19
26
2/2
9
16
23
3/1
8
15
22
45
12
19
26
5/3
10
17
24
31
6/7
14
21
n8
775
12
19
26
8/2
9
16
23
30


$
12 3.44
66 2.83
110 2;24
100 2.00
60 1.81
47 1.75
43 1.77
31 1.97
39 2.09
51 1.80
45 1.68
26 1.64
43 1.77
22 1.65
35 1.70
39 1-.66
40 1.51
22 1.59
24 1.90
19 1.80
22 2.05
14 1.97
21 1.77
23 1.66
13 1.70
22 1.56
12 2.07
22 2.22
22 2.04
40 1.99
31 1.93
25 1.81
10 1.48
25 1.87
21 2.15
26 1.82
29 1.55
12 1.81
3 1.89
3 1.89
3 1.46


1 2.20
S15 2.34
38 1.92
12 1.66
17 1.46
31 1.50
14 1.57
7 1.74
8 1.90
13 1.55
13 1.44
8 1.35
10 1.45
12 1.52
6 1.42
10 1.39
8 1.37
17 1.34
12 1.51
8 1.35
4 1.39
7 1.55
11 1.48
9 1.18
4 1.38
4 1.45
4 1.80
12 1.90
12 1.68
28 1.92
26 1.82
23 1.53
19 1.46
15 1.64
11 1.50
15 1.47
8 1.04
3 1.43
-- -
-


-
-


13 3.34
81 2.74
148 2.16
112 1.96
77 1.73
78 1.65
57 1.72
38 1.93
47 2.06
64 1.75
58 1.63
34 1.57
53 1.71
34 1.60
41 1.66
49 1.60
48 1.48
39 1.48
36 1.77
27 1.67
26 1.94
21 1.83
32 1.67
32 1.53
17 1.62
26 1.54
16 2.00
34 2.11
34 1.91
68 1.96
57 1.88
48 1.68
29 1.47
40 1.78
32 1.93
41 1.69
37 1.44
15 1.73
3 1.89
3 1.89
3 1.46


4 3.84
11 3.78
17 2.75
33 2.07
29 2.07
20 2.18
33 2.07
34 2.03
20 2.39
34 2.17
37 1.97
32 1.97
26 2.25
20 2.25
16 2.18
37 1.96
45 1.81
27 1.80
13 2.38
13 2.27
8 2.74
22 2.48
34.2.17
34 1.81
15 1.98
13 2.28
11 2.64
13 3.04
18 2.46
16 2.41
23 2.37
16 2.08
6 2.39
5 2.39
3 2.13
1 1.90
1 1.39





1 2.66
2 2.03
4 2.24
- -


3 3.58
24 3.45
91 2.57
112 2.29
75 2.00
63 1.89
40 1.87
33 2.01
23 2.34
56 1.93
35 1.72
33 1.70
21 1.82
19 1.74
24 1.85
52 1.76
40 1.56
23 1.70
45 2.17
61 1.71
52 1.79
54 1.93
47 1.88
31 1.62
25 1.70
33 1.96
25 2.37
54 2.52
68 2.21
63 2.28
64 2.13
67 2.11
65 2.16
42 2.20
47 2.06
43 2.14
41 2.02
19 2.08
15 1.88
6 1.53
6 1.36


2 3.56
1 3.25
21 2.46
11 2.04
15 1.82
37 1.65
22 1.79
20 1.92
14 2.17
56 1.78
40 1.59
30 1.65
15 1.74
16 1.69
17 1.76
29 1.57
33 1.49
12 1.61
62 1.81
.04 1.46
26 1.48
15 1.58
26 1.74
26 1.54
16 1.66
13 1.67
11 2.10
48 2.12
67 1.83
40 1.96
31 1.88
52 1.90
50 1.96
40 1.77
62 1.73
29 1.78
19 1.55
4 1.79
8 1.50
3 1.66


5 3.57
25 3.44
112 2.55
123 2.27
90 1.97
100 1.80
62 1.84
53 1.97
37 2.28
112 1.85
75 1.65
63 1.68
36 1.78
35 1.72
41 1.81
81 1.69
73 1.53
35 1.67
107 1.96
165 1.55
78 1.69
69 1.85
73 1.83
57 1.58
41 1.68
46 1.88
36 2.29
102 2.33
135 2.02
103 2.15
95 2.05
119 2.02
115 2.07
82 1.99
109 1.87
72 1.99
60 1.87
23 2.03
23 1.75
9 1.57
6 1.36


S3.94
S3.29
5 2.94
S2.56
S2.40
: 2.35
S2.39
2.80
'2.69
S2.36
! 2.27
1 2.36
i 2.42
' 2.60
I 2.39
) 2.08
3 2.23
1 2.81
2.68
S3.17
5 2.98
S2.62
S2.18
3 2.29
i 2.43
! 2.85
3.37
' 2.99
S3.15
53.02
. 2.64
) 2.45
5 3.02
S3.46
S3.43
2.64
S3.23
- 2.82
. 2.92


2.54
i 2.13


TOTAL 1273 1.92 475 1.61 1748 1.84 747 2.19 1740 2.06 1143 1.76 2883 1.94 2215 2.61
Total Sales, Florida Grapefruit, all varieties,
all containers, all sections --- -------------- 7,593 cars Avg. $2.13.

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





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EIGHED AVERAGE .JfTI1 tICgS- RtPstJIT (ATL VARIETIES)


NEW YORK CITY PHILADELPHIA

a. 1 .1 -. EX-S. .. .... . ,RS
Shl& StcL Iaan ai=M Sis.-& Std. Stcs.& Std. Ia ian Raier Stds.& Std.
Wire-bounds Wire-bounrs Wire-bounds Wiro-bounds
Weegk jslAvUg_ Ctiarj oi ~ed. minea s_ .Combine
ing _CarslJCyg. sCaIsAvg. CarsCIg. Ca.slAvg. CarslAvg. i Cars.. Avg.


19S
Se:t. 29
Oct. 6
13
20
27
Nov. 3
10
17
24
Dec. 1
8
15
22
29
Jan. 6
12
19
26
Feb. 2
9
16
23
Mar. 1
8
15
22
29
Apr. 5
12
19
26
May 3
10
17
24
31
June 7
14
21
28
July 5
12
19
26
Aug. '2
9
16
23
30


6 $3.69
51 2.80
94 2.44
109 2.11
83 1.81
37 1.71
63 1.78
50 1.99
49 2.22
113 1.82
77 1.65
59 1.60
51 1.75
50 1.71
47 1.74
78 1.67
73 1.47
48 1.53
78 2.05
108 1.60
63 1.86
60 1.93
67 1.81
50 1.53
35 1.69
42 1.74
30 2.28
78 2.34
78 2.11
112 2.18
107 2.03
98 1.74
53 1.62
44 1.84
70 1.87
64 1.88
62 1.71
22 2.15
17 1.90
6 1.55
4 1.34

-- -


4 $3.84
13 3.80
30 2.98
51 2.47
61 2.36
61 2.33
78 2,26
69 2.29
47 2.78
72 2.57
82 2.25
78 2.21
90 2.37
51 2.42
58 2.57
87 2.28
89 2.07
74 2.24
46 2.83
55 2.64
32 3.09
72 2.89
98 2.54
L04 2.19
84 2.35
76 2.50
63 2.95
61 3.35
78 2.98
66 3.18
70 3.07
70 2.62
64 2.54
37 3.12
22 3.52
19 3.50
13 2.77
2 3.23
1 2.82
1 2.92


2 2.60
4 2.08
4 2.24


- -

1 $2.80


3 2.33
2 3.07
17 2,44
16 2.16
16 1.33
18 1.73
18 1.88
11 1.53
13 1.97
11 2.01
14 2.03
18 1.95
23 2.30
23 2.06
27 2.10
30 1.89
35 1.87
20 1.63
31 1.43
11 1.87
13 2.12
4 2.76
12 2.99
15 2.34
7 2.68
7 2.60
1 2.75


3 $3.33
23 2.73
40 2.21
40 2.02
30 1.66
35 1.86
31 1.79
18 1.91
21 2.05
42 1.76
37 1.56
14 1.50
20 1.63
13 1.48
22 1.73
30 1.64
28 1.50
9 1.47
29 1.79
36 1.51
20 1.50
15 1.83
23 1.67
14 1.46
9 1.44
18 1.81
12 1.99
21 2.42
44 1.98
37 1.90
24 1.78
19 1.70
15 1.45
17 1.82
25 1.88
21 1.82
18 1.66
11 1.72
3 2.08
5 1.85
4 1.47


- -


1 $2.05
5 2.05
1 2.15
9 2.22
7 2.30
8 2.45
4 2.38
11 2.23
12 2.14
10 2.30
3 2.27
7 2.26
11 2.06
14 1.93
11 1.79
4 2.52
2 2.53
1 2.30
3 3.07
12 2.50
13 1.96
15 2.11
15 2.15
11 2.30
7 3.10
8 2.90
11 2.72
10 2.28
9 2.59
5 2.56
4 2.99
4 2.68
2 2.65
1 2.50


3 $2.60
7 2.45
8 2.30
7 2.05
4 2.95
8 2.65
13 2.26
11 1.97
6 2.27
15 2.02
6 2.02
8 2.06
11 2.11
5 2.12
5 2.33
6 2.89
17 2.50
20 2.22
15 2.22
21 2.03
13 2.02
8 2.14
12 2.48
10 2.67
1 1.95
7 3.34
17 2.74
10 2.47
2 2.83
1 3.00


TOTAL 2536 1.89 2239 2.58 417 2.01 896 1.81 257 2.30 277 2.33
Total Sales', l-oriida, all varieties, con- | Total Sales, Fla., all varieties, con-
tainers & sections- 4,775 cars Avg. $2.21. trainers & sections- 1,153 cars Avg. $1.92
1&Ae available through the courtesy of the Florida Citrus Exchange, Tsapa, Fla.





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WEIGHM AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES GRAPEERUIT (ALL VARIIETIES


BOSTON PITTSBURGH

RIDA TEAS FM MIDA TEXAS
Sbads.& Std. Iaa Ri Stas.& Std. Stas.& S ISnian i er Sts& Std.
Wire-bomds Wire-boud Wire-bouds Wire-boinds
Week Canbined St a C i C i .ned Sta lads Cmbined
Enring CaslAv g. Carsllvg. Carslvg. Cars Avg. .CarsAvg. CarslAvg,


1939
Sept. 29
Oct. 6
13
20
27
Nov. 3
10
17
24
Dec. 1
8
15
22
29
Jan. 5
12
19
26
Feb. 2
9
16
23
Mar. 1
8
15
22
29
Apr. 5
12
19
26
May 3
10
17
24
31
June 7
14
21
28
July 5
12
19
26
Aug. 2
9
16
23
30


6 $2.19
13 2.17
9 2.17
13 1.78
4 1.65
2 1.67
2 2.10
6 1.95
5 1.60
7 1.56
1 1.60


1.96
1.59
1.77
1.64
1.79
1.57
1.57
1.49
1.68
1.33
1.71
1.49
2 .$
2.38
1.67
1.97
1.61
1.60

2.01
1.77
1.18


1.28


-- -

6 $2.27
7 2.66
8 2.44
20 2.29
21 2.19
10 2.38
14 2.21
16 2.11
13 2.05
15 2.14
8 2.13


2.31
2.20
1.82
1.93
2.32
2.33
3.02
2.58
2.32
1.77
1.92
2.20
2.56
3.28
2.58
2.62
2.45
2.21
2.08
2.26
3.04
3.10
1.69


1 $2.66
2 2.72
1 2.37
2 2.06
2 2.08
3 2.57
6 2.23
5 1.82
8 1.77
5 1.86
1 1.70


1.59
2.23






1.61




2.10
2.31
-.3


2 $2.97
10 2.18
11 2.06
8 2.16
13 1.72
10 1.71
5 1.98
6 1.95
7 1.76
5 1.94
4 2.09
7 1.74
1 1.86


1.67
1.77
1.57
1.64
1.54
1.68
2.06
1.70
1.96
1.78
1.70
2.05
2.42
2.23
1.76

2.51
2.08
2.05
1.96
1.80


4 $2.69
2 2.45
6 2.07
5 2.09
5 2.14
5 2.31
7 2.10
6 2.19
5 2.31
8 2.06
2 2.20


2.32
2.11
2.12
2.08
2.49
2.27
2.22
2.32
2.21
2.14
2.08
2.36
2.42
2.36
2.46
2.39
2.68
2.86
3.30


I
T0TAL 176 1.74 457 2.24 43 2.03 j 181 1.92 147 2.28
Total Sales, Florida, all varieties, on- Total sales, Fla., all varieties, con-
tainers & sections- 663 cars Avg. $2.10. trainers & sections- 181 cars Avg. $1.92
Made available through the courtesy of the Florida Citrus Exchange, Tampa, Fla.





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WEIGHte AVEYA&E AJCTIO.P PRICES P.APYUIT (ALL VARIETIES)
1939-40 SE ___

CLEVELAND CHICAGO

rnCiaA_ TEXS FIjIDA SEns
Wi:'e-bounds Wir e-bauzs 1 oire-bounrds -- Wire-botuds
Week Combined. a Ctsb&ed. CS.ti. .S&tStd. ms. CE IW. eSda
Ending CarsAvg. Cars[Ayg, Cars ivg. Cars Avg. Cars Avg. CarsAvg.


Set. 29 1 $3.80 $3.95 -
Oct. 6 5 3.35 4 3.33 -
13 16 2.40 1 $3.15 24 2.49 7 $2.71
20 12 2.16 10 2.57 18 2.27 26 2.42
27 10 -2.01 17 2.13 6 2.09 22 2.28
Nov. 3 4 1.67 13 1.95 4 1.61 30 1.89
10 11 2.15 2 2.53 28 1.88
17 2 1.95 20 2.18 4 2.29 1 $2.07 28 2.00
24 17 2.00 3 2.38 25 1.91
Dec. 1 17 1.96 3 2.17 1 2.30 37 1.84
8 1 $2.44 13 1.95 1 2.97 22 1.95
15 2 1.72 12 2.19 .2 2.41 32 2.00
22 1 1.86 1 2.32 23 2.00 3 2.66 47 1.91
29 15 2.10 28 1.75
5 1 1.77 14 2.01 2 1.87 22 1.70
12 1 1.40 17 1.83 5 2.13 34 1.79
19 1 1.89 22 1.85 4 1.84 38 1.72
26 16 2.05 3 1.91 30 2.09
Feb. 2 6 1.82 18 2.21 3 1.93 39 2.07
9 10 1.62 9 2.03 2 1.41 30 1.96
16 3 1.33 20 2.14 1 1.74 41 2.00
23 18 2.13 34 1.93
Mar. 1 1 3.01 21 2.23 1 2.50 34 1.90
8 1 1.65 23 2.05 4 2.01 36 1.99
15 1 1.84 19 2.05 1 2.44 33 1.98
22 20 1.98 1 2.32 30 2.11
29 3 1.55 15 2.12 25 2.22
Apr. 5 3 2.10 19 2.44 4 2.02 26 2.28
12 6 1.98 19 2.39 2 1.84 35 2.31
19 3 1.84 15 2.32 3 1.92 -27 2.43
26 1 2.30 9 2.42 5 2.70 22 2.41
May 3 7 2.48 2 2.88 8 2.87 11 2.69
10 16 2.54 4 3.13 16 2.59 14 2.72
17 14 2.01 12 2.20 2 2.08
23 6 1.65 11 1.92 -
30 1 1.45 6 2.74 -
June 7 6 2.20 -
14 2 .97 -
21 3 .96 -
28 1 1.25 -
July 5 -
12 -
19 - - - - - -
26 - - - - - -
Aug. 2 -
16 -
23 -
30 - - - - - -

TOTAL 138 2.10 3 2.59 469 2.13 180 2.29 2 2.19 895 2.04
Total Sales, Florida, all varieties, con- Total Sales, Fla., all varieties, con-
tainers & sections- 141 cars Avg. $2.11 tainers & sections- 182 cars Avg. $2.29
Mibde available through the courtesy of the Florida Citrus Exchange, Tampa, Fla.





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WEICGH AV=ASE AUCTI&V IEjS S&EEUIT (ALL& VARITES'


S T. LOUIS CINCINNATI

IT TlDA -_ QfRIDA RTAS
St.ds.ta. T! ia--Riw .ds.Std&. SSts A. Stn. Inan mR .S .& Std.
Wire-bou s Wire-bouas fire-bons I Wire-bounds
_ir-bo4, _a & Co._mb. Std.
Week Comtabg and-i. olin~. Combie StIndaris Combined
Ending CasAg. Carsv. Cas Cars IAvg. Cars [Avg. CarsAv


1939
Set. 29
Oct. 6
13
20
27
Nov. 3
10
17
24
Dec. 1
8
15
22
29
Ja 5
12
19
26
Feb. 2
9
16
23
Mar. 1
8
15
22
29
Apr. 5
12
19
26
May 3
10
17
24
31
June 7
14
21
28
July 5
12
19
26
Aug. 2
9
16
23
30


3 $3.29
16 2.42
2 2.27
4 1.79
1 1.45


- -

4 $1.94
6 2.49
17 1.91
16 1.60
19 1.58
15 1.50
16 1.59
18 1.56
14 1.61
21 1.59
22 1.47
8 1.58

10 1.40
21 1.42
16 1.42
9 1.66
21 1.91
24 1.66
22 1.52
18 1.61
13 1.66
23 1.60
17 1.63
20 1.63
10 1.78
8 1.83
12 1.86
13 2.02
6 2.07
4 2.69
2 2.18
2 2.20
- -




- -


1.46






1.57

1.65
2.17
2.11
2.03
1.95
1.75

.90


$2.93
3.08
2.23
2.25
1.95
1.56
1.67
1.80
2.00
1.87
1.66
1.72
1.68
1.70
1.60
1.38
1.64
1.80
1.62
1.48
1.70
1.90
1.57
1.66
2.00
2.49
2.00
1.94
1.87
1.93
2.29
1.93
1.82
1.77
1.73
1.70

1.51


$2.48
13 2.43
14 2.20
18 1.83
15 1.86
12 2.01
15 2.05
23 1.72
12 1.86
18 1.71
18 1.78
8 1.85
6 1.83
18 1.75
11 1.66
13 1.93
19 2.28
20 1.79
16 1.85
20 1.97
18 1.90
17 1.86
18 1.87
14 1.89
7 2.45
11 2.34
13 2.07
11 2.18
4 2.50
3 3.42


TOAL 62 2.10 447 1.66 241 1.98 407 1.96
Total Sales, Florida, all varieties, on- Total Sales, Fla., all varieties, con-
tainers & sections- 62 cars Av. $2.10, trainers & sections- 241 cars Avg. $1.98
M.de available through the courtesy of the Florida Citrus Exchange, Tampa, Fla.





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WEIGH=gD AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES GRAPEFRUIT (ALL VARIETIES)
1939.40- SEASONT

D-ETROIT BALTIMORE

IL3A- TELS FI IDGA TCAS
,Stds,& Sid. Ln iaai sa Stis*& SH ^ ^s Ind ia i Bivar std-
Stds.& St Sis.&std. sis.& Sd.. Stcls. & Std.
Wire-bounds Wire-iounds Wir6oxund.s Wire-bounds
Week Combinecd Sta.ars Combined. C om bined tandas
Ending A Cars lvg. Carsavg. Cao sAvg. Cawrs|Avg. Cars Avg. Cars Avg.


3$3.81
25 2.10
10 2.42
5 2.24
7 1.86
5 1.80
2 1.72


3 1.72
1 1.09


1939
SoPt. 29
Oct. 6
13
20
27
Nov. 3
10
17
24
Dec. 1
8
15
22
29
Ja. 5
12
19
26
Feb. 2
9
16
23
Mar. 1
8
15
22
29
Apr. 5
12
19
26
May 3
10
17
24
31
June 7
14
21
28
July 5
12
19
26
Aug. 2
9
16
23
30


$2.46
2.32
2.19
1.82


1.56
1.47
1.81
2.00
1.50
1.57

2.35

2.40
2.24
2.21
1.84
2.12
2.38
2.40
2.07
1.88
1.68
2.70
1.35



-


3 $2.23
8 2.77
12 2.40
15 1.87
13 2.08
16 2.05
13 2.15
15 1.97
16 2.06
17 2.08
29 1.95
9 1.88
12 2.00
23 1.92
23 1.73
7 2.03
17 2.16
13 2.19
20 1.98
19 2.09
19 2.12
26 2.07
19 1.98
17 2.15
11 2.10
12 2.55
18 2.34
16 2.26
3 2.53
1 2.55


2 $3.39
3 2.78
3 1.63
7 1.69
1 1.48
4 1.47
1 1.62
1 1.70
1 1.99
3 1.58
1 1.35
2 1.55
2 1.33
1 1.55
2 1.33
1 1.37
3 1.23
1 1.23
1 1.42
4 1.51
3 1.37
2 1.44
1 1.64
2 1.59
5 1.69
3 1.65
5 1.60
2 2.05
5 1.94
4 1.88
4 2.28
2 1.66
2 1.84
1 2.16




- -


2 $2.37
2 2.36
2 2.15
1 2.18



1 2.70
1 2.67


TOTAL 136 2.06 4 2.20 442 2.091 85 1.73 9 2.37
Total Sales, Fiorida, all varieties, con- Total Sales Fla., all varieties, con-
tainers & sections-, 140 cars Avg. $2.06. trainers & sections- 85 cars Avg. $1.73
Made available through the courtesy of the Florida Citrus Exchange, amppa, Fla.


1
2
3
3
11
2

1

1
1
5
5
3
7
10
11
5
2
1
1





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WEIGHED A AGE TlTIORN PRICES G5APEEHUIT (A.L .VAIETIESI
S.. A 1939-40 SEiSDN


1939
Sept. 29
Oct.- 6
13
20
27
Nov. 3
10
17
24
Dec. 1
8
15
22
29
1940
Jan. 5
12
19
26
Feb. 2
9
16
23
Mar. 1
8
15
22
29
Apr. 5
12
19
26
May 3
10
17
24
31
June 7
14
21
28
July 5
12
19
26
Aug. 2
9
16
23
30


TOTAL ALL CITIES


18
106
260
235
167
178
119
91
84
176
133
97
89
69

82
130
121
74
143
192
104
90
105
89
58
72
52
136
169
171
152
167
144
122
141
113
97
38
26
12
9
-
-


$3.40
2.91
2.33
2.12
1.86
1.73
1.78
1.95
2.15
1.81
1.64
1.64
1.74
1.66
1.73
1.66
1.51
1.56
1.91
1.57
1.74
1.85
1.78
1.56
1.66
1.76
2.20
2.27
2.00
2.07
1.99
1.92
1.95
1.92
1.88
1.88
1.71
1.91
1.76
1.65
1.39
-


$3.84
3.80
2.98
2.44
2.37
2.34
2.26
2.27
2.67
2.50
2.23
2.18-
2.33
2.37
2.51
2.25
1.99
2.12
2.72
2.60
3.06
2.85
2.50
2.09
2.25
2.41
2.82
3.31
2.90
3.02
2.87
2.54
2.45
2.95
3.33
3.37
2.56
3.23
2.82
2.92


2.60
2.08
2.24


18
71
93
107
103
104
119
152
115
137
185
88

91
142
135
103
147
140
172
162
168
165
154
128
96
84
124
121
67
34
23
5


$2.46
2.52
2.21
1.88
1.91
2.04
2.08
1.91
1.90
1.90
1.87
1.82
1.86
1.81
1.77
2.01
2.18
2.00
1.99
1.97
1.97
1.91
1.83
2.02
2.21
2.34
2.39
2.35
2.44
2.76
2.77
2.26


TOTAL 4,631 .,1.90 2,962 2.50 3,553 2.03
Total Sales, Florida Grapefruit, all varieties
all containers, all sections. --- 7,593 cars Avg. $2.13
Note- Texas grapefruit sales include all cars sold; but for comparative purposes,
pr-ices refer mostly to Seedless with pinks included in sales only when no other
quotations available,





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WEIcGHIT AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES FIRIDMA TANGERINES
1939-40 mE


NEP YTOBK CITY PHILADEIPHIA BOSTON PITTSBURGH
Cars IAverage ars Average Cars I Average ICars Average


-9-- -


Oct. 27
Nov. 3
10
17
24
Dec. 1
8
15
22
29
Jan." 5
12
19
26
Feb. 2
9.
16
23
Mar. 1
8
15
22


$1.26
.92
1.57
1.49
1.51
1.24
1.13
1.31
1.44
1.44


1.59
1.25
1.14
1.32
1.62
1.74
1.81
1.55
1.66
1.85
1.91


$ .80
.86
1.48
1.45
1.34
1.16
1.23
1.23
1.46
1.52
1.44
1.18
1.16
1.22
1.67
1.46
1.73
1.75
1.73
1.65


$1.19

1.42
1.54
1.25
1.21
1.61
1.64
1.68
1.25
1.17
1.20
1.71
1.65


$1.03

1.43
1.35
1.25
1.34
1.48
1.61
1.40
1.31
1.30
1.23
1.41
1.46
2.07


TOTAL 1,192 1.37 345 1.34 66 1.41 65 1.37




CLEVEIAND CHICAGO ST. lOUIS CINCINNATI
inCars Average Cars I Average Cars I Average Cars Average

Oct. 27 1 $ .68 1 $1.05
Nov. 3 2 $ .80 2 1.12 4 $1.34 5 1.12
10 2 1.60 4 1.61 1 1.47 4 1.55
17 7 1.77 11 1.60 8 1.46
24 10 1.57 8 1.47 5 1.18 10 1.29
Dec. 1 11 1.36 12 1.54 2 1.48 12 1.06
8 8 1.27 19 1.24 7 1.13 7 1.18
15 8 1.46 8 1.45 5 1.47 9 1.39
22 13 1.62 19 1.49 7 1.46 18 1.41
29 7 1.66 4 1.76 2 1.48 4 1.63
J. 5 6 1.47 16 1.56 2 1.67 12 1.27
12 9 1.33 12 1.35 7 1.31 9 .99
19 7 1.20 8 1.19 3 .98 2 1.00
26 7 1.45 8 1.33 2 .88 7 1.16
Feb. 2 6 1.52 7 1.67 1 1.36 5 1.26
9 2 1.75 1 1.40
16 1 1.50
23 1 1.63 -
Mr. I -
15 -
22 1 1.67 -

TOTAL 104 1.47 142 1.45 48 1.31 115 1.27
Made available through the courtesy of the ilorida Citrus Exchange, ampa, Fla.


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WECIGHTE AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES FTDRIA GRIMES


Week DE"OTIT BALTIMDRE TOTAL ALL CITIES
E.. g Cars j Average Cars I average Cas Averge
1939
Oct. 27 10 $1.14
Nov. 3 74 .96
10 46 1.56
17 3 $1.30 116 1.50
24 5 1.51 1 $1.06 164 1.45
Dec. 1 7 1.29 2 1.30 179 1.26
8 11 1.28 211 1.18
15 4 1.31 141 1.32
22 5 1.67 4 1.40 259 1.46
29 3 1.45 131 1.49
S5 2 1.46 123 1.51
12 6 1.36 2 1.35 189 1.24
19 4 1.10 134 1.15
26 4 .95 108 1.28
Feb. 2 1 1.83 111 1.61
9 2 1.51 -36 1.65
16 31 1.80
23 38 1.57
Mar. 1 27 1.67
8 11 1.81
15 3 1.91
22 1 1.67

TOTAL 57 1.34 9 1.33 2,143 1.37


Tangerine prices quoted on basis of 4/5 bushel box


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


_1939- - sr=~





71 -
niRIDA AUCTION SALES. 1928/29-1939/40
Furnished through the courtesy of the Statistical Department,
Florida Citrus Exchange, Tbanpa, Fla.

0 A N G ES

SEASON X. Y, PHIL. BOST. PITTS CLE. CHIC. ST.L. = DCI DETR. DAL. TOTAL
Cars 8767 2908 1290 364 589 1012 318 1031 393 173 18845
1939-40 Average $2.43 2.25 2.47 2.16 2.31 2.41 2.09 2.05 2.25 2.23 2.36
Cars 12440 4049 2132 694 1091 1639 511 1555 717 396 25224
1938-39 Average $2.10 1.99 2.16 2.11 2.20 2.26 2.01 2.01 2.17 1.94 2.09
Cars 10228 3376 1849 495 898 1394 413 1181 550 302 20586
1937-38 Average $2.26 2.20 2.24 2.18 2.28 2.39 2.05 2.16 2.26 1.98 2.24
Cars 9112 3164 1657 429 824 1080 264 708 412 282 17932
1936-37 Average $3.23 3.15 3.28 3.12 3.21 3.33 3.01 3.12 3.27 2.98 3.21
Cars 7503 2624 1531 340 559 878 249 555 271 240 14780
1935-36 Average $3.02 2.93 3.02 2.95 3.04 3.15 2.72 2.87 3.08 2.82 3.00
Cars 8243 2720 1419 511 578 1070 258 553 280 258 15890
1934-35 Average $2.61 2.47 2.58 2.44 2.53 2.59 2.34 2.35 2.47 2.44 2.56
Cars 7613 2632 1436 515 526 894 266 495 267 142 14786
1933-34 Average $2.75 2.62 2.69 2.54 2.63 2.67 2.46 2.47 2.69 2.88 2.70
Cars 9238 2868 1419 579 553 921 273 614 256 16721
1932-33 Average $2.43 2.45 2.53 2.35 2.40 2.55 2.30 2.30 2.46 2.44
Cars 6517 2228 1182 511 497 776 174 447 179 12511
1931-32 Average $3.40 3.21 3.24 3.06 3.20 3.25 2.90 3.14 3.26 3.30
Cars 8444 3164 1679 952 707 1112 358 729 308 17453
1930-31 Average $3.53 3.30 3.37 3.14 3.27 3.34 3.05 3.14 3.21 3.40
Cars 4848 1409 982 739 395 621 211 483 9688
1929-30 Average $4.94 3.98 4.43 3.79 4.70 5.08 41.15 4.38 4.62
Cars 6440 3193 3.449 816 550 757 582 -13787
1928-29 Average $3.45 3.01 3.03 2.79 2.82 3.12 2.79 3.15


GRAPEFRUIT

=SSON XN.Y. PHIL, BOST. PITTS. CE CHIC. ST.L. CINCI. D AR. BALT. TTAL
Cars 4775 1153 633 181 141 182 62 241 140 85 7593
1939-40 Average $2.21 1.92 2.10 1.92 2.11 2.29 2.10 1.98 2.06 1.73 2.13
Cars 6389 1429 1020 329 384 361 118 432 277 187 10926
1938-39 Average $1.75 1.57 1.73 1.68 1.77 1.95 1.85 1.66 1.80 1.46 1.72
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 2.25 2.40 2.38 2.39 2.55 2.37 2.29 2.51 2.42 2.39





72 -

FLORIDA AUCTION SAIES. 1928/29-1939/40
Furnished through the courtesy of the Statistical Department,
Florida Citrus Exchange, Tabnpa, Fla.

RAPEBRUIT CONTINUEU,)


Cars
1932-33 Average
Cars
1931-32 Average

Cars
1930-31 Average

Cars
1929-30 Average

Cars
1928-29 Average


N .

5138
$2.05
4680
$2.49

5269
$2.66

3253
$4.45
3868
$3.61


HZL. BOOST

1266 892
1.95 2.06

1254 935
2.34 2.50
1610 1037
2.42 2.44
1153 756
4.00 4.00

1147 814
3.09 3.12


PITTS
429
2.02

505
2.38
762
2.41
640
3.70
480
2.92


433
2.21
510
2.49
718
2.44
458
4.15

425
2.89


CHIC

738
2.29

805
2.59
1388
2.55

1029
4.81

1149
3.32


Sa CnTCI.

228 409
1.96 2.01
207 354
2.41 2.31
462 425
2.38 2.33

235 303
4.03 3.93
278
2.79


DETER BALT. TOTAL
330 9863
2.31 2.06
328 9578
2.54 2.47
516 12187
2.51 2.54
7827
4.28

8161
3.34


T A N G E I N ES


Cars
1939-40 Average

Cars
1938-39 Average

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


1192
$1.37
1851
$1.07

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


PHIL.

345
1.34
551
.92
382
1.21
572
1.03
365
1.32
356
1.10
433
1.15
375
1.20
396
1.44

426
1.49
238
2.19
455
1.90


BOST.

66
1.41
172
.93
149
1.20
196
1.05

157
1.30

132
1.12
144
1.17

157
1.28

203
1.49

207
1.46
95
1.94
162
1.80


PITTS.

65
1.37
152
.95

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


CLEVE.
104
1.47
189
.98

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


CHIC.

142
1.45
257
.97

149
1.25
306
1.14

217
1.36
155
1.25
179
1.21

180
1.22

131
1.52

237
1.44
62
2.83
153
1.68


ST.I


i.
1.3
1C
.E
7
1.1

10
1.1

1.3

E
1.2






C
1.2




1.3
c
1.3

1
2.7


RCNCI. DE R B TOAL


48 115
31 1.27
)7 203
S6 .91

14* 125
.0 1.18
)3 138
.0 1.08
34 113
;2 1.34
36 108
!6 1.20

37 96
a1. 1.15

58 102
4 1.09
35 88
2 1.41
52 97
i6 1.45
2 30
'8 2.58
- 105
- 1.68


57 9 2143
1.34 1.33 1.37
148 33 3663
.96 .79 1.00
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
2290
1.92


Note- Tangerine averages on half box basis. Baltimore converted into auction market
about the middle of 1933-34 season. Detro- iTcoverted into auction market
season of 1930-31. St. Louis sales season 1928-29 unavailable


s.





73-
CI RUS GRADE ANALYSIS SEPT. 1939 TEHROU.H JUNE 1940 in BOXES
As compiled by the Citrus Inspection Bureau, State Department of Agriculture,
Eon. Nathan Mlyo, Commissioner

GRADE SEPT. OCT. NOV. DEC. JA. FB. M APR. MAY JUNE
SBoxes Boxes Boxes Box s Bo B s Boes Boxes Bo


1 Fancy
Is
1 Bright
1 Golden
1 Bronze
R usset
72s
Comb.
amb. Russet
Bright
2 usset
Culls


ORANGES

2191 207950 259625 307205 368999 78873 28194 50711 29278 4419
3 13968 23306 23464 29783 1830 332 1396
132 8198 15154 64362 56562 17536 21445 18338 11065 823
9 2213 19022 56088 88818 26010 26821 29347 24172 694
21 1362 1489 41941 1940 176 172
2956 332152 669867 1330782 1352844 621767 524751 368107 195547 41390
2723 836254 1296119 1804890 2053687 1081927 737538 434888 206125 8092
90 60328 226646 92 1600 3497 4297 7412 21
- 390 4103 820 1240 298
610 106423 116480 6967 7994 84901 64082 63954 449S2 3148
3831 15915 30184 55320 65204 328149 674181 633106 357865 48502
209 1-109 1996 2532 918 7326 9722 5878 4726 2498
m m m mm u m--------------------------------------------------


Total
all grades 12664 1524593 2493443 3879745 4067232 2255962 2091559 1611434 881450 109587


GRAPEFRUIT


1 ancy
ls
Bright
1 Golden
1 Bronze
Russet
2s
6omb.
Cmb. Russet
2 Bright
2 usset
S
lls
Total
all grades



1 Fancy
" s
SBright
1Golden
1Bronze
1 Russet
2s
Comb.
omb. Russet
2 Bright
2 Russet
Is
ulls
Total
all grades


396 28
4022 74046 50033 52434 47806 13760 6936
278 92 508 551 49 -
2624 34360 45771 43282 34147 16842 12553
866 12112 36310 41322 56501 32871 27379
S 603 299 196 754 476 568
29176 283292 224650 261012 369992 247807 238710
28746 424550 317128 296705 376891 195085 127799
205 1609 6826 2027 3743 3363
894 -
4687 92542 79092 56274 86187 59627 75561
14505 10712 16178 20125 27129 83790 152829
9 686 492 160 48 1087 1113


7559
5E
731E
29187
31E
302081
121520
12960
104611
292893
1154


6365 175

2387 261
13287 1711
88
184398 34973
48583 2498
2051 176
59726 11337
157005 19927
S 448 7C5


84635 933386 772050 778844 1002061 656031 646811 879653 474338 71761


TANG E.R INES


m -
S 6275 83358 127377 78057 1956 113 -
280 1385 914 324 -
98 4984 7986 4995 7 25 -
533 2485 3197 21 5 -
9 2182 6382 125 -
12878 134690 255082 182285 21649 2752 68 -
36015 272903 461162 240796 18708 1191 48 3 -
5224 4071 3 -

4677 2738 255 1679 12572 552 31 -
1376 2971 7140 6468 7319 2556 113 12
- 519 1105 498 665 87 3 -
61608 509305 869759 524682. 63028. 7281 263 15
--- ------------------------------------


TOAL 97299 2519587 3774798 5528348 5593975 2975021 2745651 2491350 1355803 181348

Note- Includes bulk shipments.





74 -

SIZE ANALYSIS CITRUS SeI10NTS -PAST. 10 SEAO NS
Furnished through the courtesy of the Statis.tical Department,
Florida Citrus Exchange, Tampa, Fla.
199 98 97 96 95 94 93


1939- 1938- 1937- 1936- 1935- 1934- 1933-
1940 1939 1938 1937 1936 1935 1934
I Ia % I% % %


1932-
1 QZ3


%


1931- 1930-


II o"z, I I"'


Ic0 7'o


O RANGE S


96s 0.0
100s 0.3
126s 3.3
150s 8.5
176s 16.8
200s 15.6
216s 21.8
250s 19.6
288s 10.3
324s 3.8
Total 100.0


0.1
0.7
7.5
13.9
19.0
14.9
18.1
14.5
8.1
3.2
100.0


GRAPEF-RUIT


36s 1.7
46s 8.3
54s 18.1
64s 17.9
70s 16.8
80s 22.4
96s 12.0
100s 1.0
126s 1.8
Total 100.0


0.8
6.1
18.0
19.6
18.6
23.6
11.1
0.4
1.8
100.0


2.0
10.1
23.4
20.9
16.3
17.1
8.5
0.6
1.1
100.0


1.1 1.0
7.0 5.8
21.8 18.8
22.1 18.8
18.3 17.8
19.7 22.8
8.6 12.5
0.2 0.1
1.2 2.4
100.0 100.0


1937-
1938

0.7
3.8
28.5
32.2
19.8
5.0
6.1
2.9
1.0


TANGER IRNE S
1936- 1935-
1937 1936
l %


0.2
0.7
11.4
24.2
27.6
11.4
13.9
8.3
2.3


0.2
1.6
11.7
20.9
24.3
9.4
15.3
11.2
5.4


E-ZE


90s
106s
120s
144s
168s
196s
216s
224s
250s
288s


Total 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0


1934.
1935
0


0.1
0.3
4.4
13.8
25.7
13.8
21.8
0.3
14.4
5.6
Total 100.0


Sizes


0.1
1.3
11.3
17.3
21.6
13.9
13.8
11.8
6.0
2.9
100.0


0.2
1.5
10.4
15.3
20.4
14.8
15.4
13.2
6.0
2.8
100.0


0.6
2.8
12.2
16.9
20.1
14.2
14.3
11.2
5.1
2.6
100.0


0.1
0.2
3.3
7.9
15.5
14.3
19.5
20.3
12.2
6.7
100.0


0.1
0.6
5.8
11.2
19.5
16.3
19.5
16.0
7.8
3.2
100.0


0.3
0.5
5.2
9.1
15.2
13.7
18.9
18.8
12.0
6.3
100.0


0.4
0.5
3.9
8.0
14.8
13.6
20.3
19.7
12.7
5.1
100.0


0.1
0.4
6.2
12.8
21.6
16.8
20.1
13.7
6.2
2.1
100.0


0.7
3.3
12.6
15.8
18.1
28.4
16.8
0.4
3.9
100.0


1.3
6.5
20.0
19.1
17.8
21.6
11.4
0.1
2.1
100.0


0.9
5.0
17.2
17.8
17.8
24.5
13.6
0.1
3.1
100.0


1.9
6.2
16.5
18.2
18.7
23.4
12.5
0.4
2.2
100.0


1.3
8.2
25.8
22.2
18.2
16.8
6.3
0.5
0.7
100.0


90s
100s
120s
150s
176s
200s
210s
246s
294s


1939-
1940

0.0
0.4
7.4
19.2
30,4
11.0
27.6
3.2
0.8


1938-
1939

0.1
0.5
11.1
24.1
28.4
8.6
16.7
8.1
2.4


1933-
1934
, %
0.0
1.3
9.3
25.8
29.7
18.9
8.3
2.4
3.9
0.4
100.0


S1932-
1933

0.2
0.5
2.6
10.3
22.4
22.5
17.4
4.9
14.6
4.6
100.0


[ ....................


e





75 -

CITRUS CONTAINER ANALYSIS SEPT. 1939 THROUGH JUNE 1940 by PACKAGES
As compiled by the Citrus Inspection Bureau, State Depar nent of Agriculture,
Hon. hIathan Mayo, Commissioner

Content SPT. OCT. NOV. DEC. J. I EB. MAR. AR. MAY IUE


NAILS BOXES


1-315 .u. .
1-3/5 Bu. #
1 Bu.
1/2 strap
4/5 Bu.


55446 1189116 1068719 1330052
14770 25479 8542
93
203 391 25540
54451 411582 646336


1531732
7232
65
65533
442828


880526 957294 1081705 635675
680 8927 2437 -

8668 6625 3652 994
49248 5304 526 56


1138761
5
8316


WMEBOUND BOXES
1839334.2349812 2951054 1821886 158


46
89132 211966


90951 10847


BASKETS
190 764 1725. 7419 4636
16 18


99593 1341891

3331 322


3925 6127
5


694014


83138

17


5646 3550 1718


MES BBAGS


214
966


20
73872


3400
7486
112
143
2570
180516


5727
47495
115
669
24779
590990


696
6754
58542
1594
1840
29869
189447


6581
149
488
5218
72152


8259
95

8777
77986


1988


3680
35662


244

2
833
14574


2
3452


4/5 Bu.
Consumer size


- 86


CAD -BOAD BOXES
418 62
546 174


MISCaLLANmUS CONTICERS
- 50 515 54 19


TOTAL 87891 2481458 3630725 5251076 5383081 2860387 2672803 2477509 1349942 180790


Note- All figures, standard box equivalents.
# Without center partition.


26485
30


92460


3


1-3/5 Bu.
1 Bu.
4/5 Bu.


1 Bu.
1/2 Bu.



4-1b.
5-1b.
8-1b.
10-1b.
12-1b.
20-1b.
4/5 Bu.


5730


480
- 480





76 -
FIORIDA CIMRUS ITemIZE PACKING AD DLORING COSTS.*
BY PRINCIPAL CONTAIERS. 1938-39 SEASQ.
From Reort of General Crops Section, United States Dept. of Agriculture. dated Jan. 1940,
It Stdard Standard Buce 1/2-Box Bu
Item B BB e Bag Bulk
Wrapped Bar-ed ox ag
cents per 1-3/5 bushel -
SRAPEEUIT
Material:
Containers 18.87 18.87 18.39 14.53
Liners, etc. 1.10 1.10 -- --
Labels & Paste .46 .46 .38 -
Straps, Nails & Strips 1.20 1.20 .22
Tissue Wra 5.07 ....
total ................. 26.70 21.63 18.99 14.53
Labor:
Packing 3.99 2.69 2.81 2.66
Assembling & Topping Container 1.78 1.78 1.47 -- -
Receiving, Trucing & Dupning .89 .89 .89 .89 .89
Trucking, Loading & Checking .96 .96 .97 .96 .87
Grading, Foreman & Other 2.54 2.54 ..54 2.54 2
Total ................. 10.16 8.86 8.68 7.05 4.30
Salaries: 2.79 2.79 2.79 2.79 2.79
Other O-erating Costs:
Lights, Power & Water .54 .54 .54 .54 .54
Repairs, Building & Equipment .70 .70 .70 .70 .70
Auto & Travel .44 .44 .44 .44 .44
Telephone & Telegraph .30 .30 .30 .30 .30
Social Security .61 .61 .61 .61 .61
Office Supplies .18 .18 .18 .18 .18
Miscellaneous 1 .76 1.76 .1.76 .. 1.76
Total .................. 4.53 4.53 4.53 4.53 4.53
Fixed Costs:
Taxes & Licenses .52 .52 .52 .52 .52
Insurance .60 .60 .60 .60 .60
SDepreciation 1.5 1.50 1 1.5 1.50 1. ~5
Total .................. 2.62 2.62 2.62 2.62 2.62

DTAL PACKING & COLORING.. 46.80 40.43 37.61 31.52 14.24


RANGES
Materials:
Containers 18.78
Liners, etc. 1.26
Labels & Paste .44
Straps, Nails & Strips 1.11
Tissue Wrap 7.30
Total .................. 28.89
Labor:
Packing 6.59
Assembling & Topping Container 1.76
Receiving, Trucing & Dumping 1.28
Trucking, Loading & Checking 1.59
Grading, Foreman & Other 353
Total .................. 14.75
Salaries: 3.00
Other OPeratine Costs:
Lights, Power & Water .79
Repairs, Building & Equipment .99
Auto & Travel .59
Telephone & Telegraph .31
Social Security .74
Office Supplies .22
Miscellaneous 3.99
Total ................... 7.63


18.78
1.26
.44
1.11

21.59
4.14
1.76
1.28
1.59
3.53
12.30
3.00

.79
.99
.59
.31
.74
.22
3.99
7.63


18.43
.40
.19

19.02
4.00
1.41
1.28
1.17
3.53
11.39
3.00

.79
.99
.59
.31
.74
.22
7.63.99
7.63


14.60



14.60
3.00
1.28
1.06
3.53
8.87
3.00

.79
.99
.59
.31
.74
.22

7.63


1.28
1.11
3.53
5.92
3.00

.79
.99
.59
.31
.74
.22
7.99
7.63





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ERIDA CIIuS ItEMIZED P2ACZNG aM C0oBmGm COSTS.
BY PRINCIPAL CONTAMERS. 1938-39 SEASON
rom report of General Crops Section. United. State Dept, of A riculture, dated Jan. 194Q
SSdard S ardce 1/2-Box Bulk
...Item .. BO Box Bag
cents per 1-3/5 bushel -
0REASES (Continued)
Fixed Costs:
Taxes & Licenses .49 .49 .49 .49 .49
Insurance .70 .70 .70 .70 .70
Depreciation ..21 2.2 21 2. 21 .221
Total .................. 3.40 3.40 3.40 3.40 3.40

OTAL PACKING & COLORING.. 57.67 47.92 44.44 37.50 19.95




Itemn 1/2-Box 1/2 Stra.p 4/5 Brue Bulk

TGER S .- cents per 1-3/5 bushel -
Materials:
Containers 32.89 33.14 28.67
Liners, etc. 2.10 2.51 --
Labels & Paste .77 .85 .63
Straps, Nails & Strips 1.93 2.43 .43
Tissue Wrap -- 8.52
Total ........................... 37.69 47.45 29.73
Labor:
Pacldng 7.29 9.18 7.31
Assembling & Topping Container 3.20 3.13 3.38
Receiving, Tuc~ng & Dun.ing 2.09 2.09 2.09 2.09
Trucking, Loading -& Checking 2.18 2.04 1.81 1.42
Grading, Foreman & Other 6.04 6.04 6.04 6.04
Total ........................... 20.80 22.48 20.63 9.55
Salaries: 4.73 4.73 4.73 4.73
Other Onerating Costs:
Lights, Power & Water 1.57 1.57 1.57 1.57
Repairs, Building & Equipment 1.76 1.76 1.76 1.76
Auto & Travel .55 .55 .55 .55
Telephone & Telegraph .34 .34 .34 .34
Social Security .92 .92 .92 .92
Office Supplies .23 .23 .23 .23
Miscellaneous 1.89 1.89 1.89 .1.39
Total ........................... 7.26 7.26 7.26 7.26
Fixed Costs:
Taxes & Licenses .89 .89 .89 .89
Insurance 1.22 1.22 1.22 1.22
Depreciation .4.38 4.38 4.38 4.38
Total ........................... 6.49 6.49 6.49 6.49

OTAIL PACKING & COLORIPG .......... 76.97 88.41 68.84 28.03

SAverage per box costs, by volume-of-house groups weighted by percentage
distribution of total Florida shipments. These data include average
expenditures for '.'color adding" as well as coloring with ethylene gas.
Since not all oranges are "color added", the average cost for fruit
thus treated would exceed that shown here, and likewise the average
cost for fruit not "color added" would be less than that indicated here.


L I J l I I I I







UNIITD STATES:


78 -

Total Grapefruit Production by States, Census
Years 1889, 1899, 1909'& Yearly 1919-1939.


Crop Year FLA. I TE. CALIF. ARIZ. Total


1,000
boxes
10
12
1.062


Average


Average


1929
1930
1931
1932
1933


Average


1934
1935
1936
1937
1938


Average


1939 V/


1,000
boxes


1,000
boxes


1,000
boxes


1,000
boxes
., 10
31
1 A1R


1889
1899
1909

1919
1920
1921-
1922
1923



1924
1925
1926
1927
1928


15,800 13,900


1,975


2,900


34,575


S500 boxes or less.
Estimate.


FIDRIDA PROD AUCTION gBSESGA ID S;DLESS SAND OTER..
Crop Year Seedless Other Tota Grafruit

1,000 boxes 1,000 boxes 1,000 boxes
1933 2,800 7,900 10,700
1934 4,100 11,100 15,200
1935 4,000 7,500 11,500
1936 6,000 12,100 18,100
1937 5,500 9,100 14,600
1938 7,900 15,700 23,600
1939 6,800 9,000 15,800

Division of Crop & Livestock Estinates, Agricultural Marketing Service.


5,898 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 9 95 9.59
7,077 21 375 51 7,523

9,177 211 387 105 9,880
7,660 200 600 150 8,610
8,693 361 672 120 9,846
8,158 524 720 176 9,578
11.314 753 972 211 13.250
9,000 410 670 152 10,233


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 1130 1.713 700 14.243
11,534 1,532 1,357 506 14,929


15,200 2,750 2,167 1,240 21,357
11,500 2,741 2,267 1,800 18,308
18,100 9,630 1,310 1,400 30,440
14,600 11,800 1,944 2,500 30,844
23.600 15,670 174 2.Z00 43 714
16,600 8,518 1,886 1,928 28,933





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Total Orange Production by States, Census
Years 1889, 1-899, 1909..&.Yearly 1919-1939


Crop Year CALIF. FLA.# THEX. ARIZ. AIA. LA. MISS. Total


1,000 1,000 000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000
boxes boxs boxes boxes boxes boxes boxes


1,245 3,147
5,882 273
1A AAf A. Qa


15,528
22,547
13,921
21,286

Average 19,521


7,533
9,457
8,371
10,897
13.725
9,997


1,000
boxes
4,392
6,167
10 rc7


!/
1


23,238
32,213
22,534
32,563
29,809
29,809


18,535 11,639 12 60 2 75 -- 30,323
24,200 10,044 10 86 130 100 27 34,597
28,167 11,512 41 75 75 150 42 40,062
22,737 9,487 70 54 110 200 50 32,708
38.994 15,588 115 99 85 220 30 55.131
26,527 11,654 49 75 80 149 30 38,564


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 17,600 560 170 140 293 88 64,937
33,049 18,000 747 240 2 244 1 52,283
29,827 22,500 2,000 220 56 309 26 54,938
42,766 26,700 1,440 323 76 238 67 71,610
41.152 33.900 2.815 430 96 385 85 78.863
38,576 23,740 1,512 277 74 294 53 64,526


44,820 27,800 2,360


75 228


59 75,862


/ 500 boxes or less.
S Estimate.


# Includes tangerines.


.rTDBPRAk P=BDUCTION SWREgAUD EF.ALY & MID-SEASON. VAIENCIA.S & ANSEIES.
Crop Year ly son Valencias Tangerines Talction
Production


1,000 boxes
9,600
10,700
9,600
12,000
13,700
17,500
15,600


1,000 boxes
6,500
4,900
6,300
7,500
10,700
13,000
9,900


1,000 boxes
2,000
.2,000
2,100
3,000
2,300
3,400
2,300


1,000 boxes
18,100
17,600
18,000
22,500
26,700
33,900
27,800


Division of Crop & Livestock Estimates, Agricultural Marketing Service.


1889
1899
1909

1919
1920
1921
1922
1923


1924
1925
1926
1927
1928


Average


1929
1930
1931
1932
1933


Average


1934
1935
1936
1937
1928


Average


1939 a/


1933
1934
1935
1936
1937
1938
1939


-r,, uc - J^ ,


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.11


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as of Julv. 1939 j..


BEARING TREES BY AGE GROUPS
Bearing Bearing -
acres trees 5-15 s. 16 yrs.
5 years 5 years 5 6-10 11-15 16-20 21 yr ld. ot o0-and-
State ol & old & years years years years o& dfull over a
over over old old old old over ion fulLuro-
ductaan
__1.000 I.O 1.000 1.000 1.000 1,000 1,000 1 000
acres trees trees trees trees rees rees trees trees
GBAPETRUIT
Early Varieties
Florida 2/....... 54,169 3,521 23 355 387 813 1,943 765 2,756
Texas 3 ......... 8,864 585 3 207 296 79* 506 79
California /..... 1,501 123 19 32 34 18 20 85 38
Arizona .......... 152 14 4 2 1 7 6 8

Total 4 States .. 64,686 4,243 45 598 719 911 1,970 1,362 2,881
late Varieties (Seedless)
Florida 2/....... 30,646 1,992 37 432 559 524 440 1,028 964
Texas 3_... .. 67,712 4,469 35 2,153 1,957 324* 4,145 324
California 4/..... 16,692 1,369 69 524 332 218 226 925 444
Arizona .......... 13,631 1,159 34 851 210 37 27 1,095 64

Total 4 States .. 128,681 8,989 175 3,960 3,058 1,103 693 7,193 1,796
All Varieties
Florida 2/ ....... 84,815 5,513 60 787 946 1,337 2,383 1,793 3,720
Texas ........ 76,576 5,054 38 2,360 2,253 403* 4,651 403
California /..... 18,193 1,492 88 556 366 236 246 1,010 482
Arizona .......... 13,783 1,173 34 855 212 38 34 1,101 72

Total 4 States .. 193,367 13,232 220 4,558 3,777 2,014 2,663 8,555 4,677


ORANGES
Navel & Other Early Varieties
Florida ./ ....... 116,215 7,554 151 1,319 1,460 1,576 3,048 2,930 4,624
California 4/..... 96,778 8,516 101 714 1,309 566 5,826 2,124 6,392
Texas 3/........ 13,954 921 12 308 498 103* 818 103
Arizona .......... 4,122 367 17 239 44 16 51 300 67

Total 4 States .. 231,069 17,358 281 2,580 3,311 2,261 8,925 6,172 11,186

Valencia & Other Late Varieties
Florida 2/. ... 93,355 6,068 96 1,039 1,617 1,858 1,458 2,752 3,316
California 4... 139,000 12,232 229 2,797 2,118 1,592 5,496 5,144 7,088
Texas /......... 9,561 631 8 198 360 65* 566 65
Arizona .......... 2,832 249 8 187 47 2 5 242 7

Total 244,748 19,180 341 4,221 4,142 3,517 6,959 8,704 10,476

All Varieties
Florida ....... 209,570 13,622 247 2,358 3,077 3,434 4,506 5,682 7,940
California /..... 235,778 20,748 330 3,511 3,427 2,158 11,322 7,268 13,480
Texas /......... 23,515 1,552 20 506 858 168* 1,384 168
Arizona .......... 6,954 616 25 426 91 18 56 542 74

Total 4 States .. 475,817 /36,538 622 6,801 7,453 5,778 15,884 14,876 21,662
I- .


ESTIMATE) CITRUS


BEARI~IGBWEAGE & TREES. BY STA~S & AGE ~ROUPS





81 -
ESTISTUD CITRUS BEARING ACREAGE & EFIS BY STATPS & AGE GRATTPS


As of July 1939 I/.


BEARING TREES BY AGE GROUPS
Bearing Bearing
acres trees 5-15 vrs 16 yrs.
5 years 5 years 5 6-10 11-15 36-20 21 old. 1 t, oOldand
State ol & od years years years years old& in full over at
over over old old old old over ioun f rne-
auction
1,000 1, 1000 1000 1,00 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000
acres trees trees trees trees trees trees trees trees
TANGERINES
Florida j..... 24,354 1,583 2 124 584 526 347 710 873
California i./.... 1,486 131 2 38 41 9 41 81 50
Texas /......... 637 42 1 18 17 6* 36 6
Arizona .......... 59 5 4 1 5

Total 4 States .. 26,536 1,761 5 184 643 541 388 832 929



California /..... 55,232 4,861 350 1,362 362 459 2,328 2,074 2,787



From Report of the 1940 Citrus Outlook released by the Bureau of Agricultural Economics.


16 years old and older.

./ Estimates based upon surveys by age and varietal groups made in
Florida in 1934; Arizona in 1935; California in 1938; 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 trees calculated from acres at the rate of 82 trees
per acre for grapefruit; and 88 trees per acre for oranges, tan-
gerines and lemons.
f/ Total bearing trees in the United States amount to about
37,617,000 trees. In addition to the total for the four States
shown, it is estimated that there are 1,079,000 bearing trees'
in Alabama, Mississippi and Louisiana, as of July 1939, Most
of the trees in Alabama and Mississippi consist of satsumas;
those in Louisiana are mostly Navels.


,


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82 -
GRAPEERUIT: Estimated Production in Principal Producing Countries
and World, 1919-38.
From 'The World Citrus Situation' released by the Bur. of Agri. Economics. Apr. 20. 1939
United& Puerto I, 1 ,_ I Trinidad& nin of Pales-I
Year States Rico j Cuba Jamaica & Tbago ine
1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 ,000
boxes boxes boxe bs boxeses o oxes
1919 6,293 420 3 6,716
1920 6,576 668 176 3 7,423
1921 7,047 361 150 10 7,568
1922 8,255 461 250 22 13 9,001
1923 9,459 796 190 30 19 10,494
1924 9,970 708 250 37 25 10,990
1925 8,610 1,021 220 56 33 9,940
1926 9,846 1,001 285 78 37 11,247
1927 9,578 1,544 100 79 32 11,333
1928 13,250 402 256 90 57 2 14,057
1929 11,169 1,451 179 106 2 101 13 13,021
1930 18,934 722 308 157 4 140 40 20,305
1931 15,147 776 343 218 11 158 106 16,759
1932 15,149 330 239 179 8 260 245 16,410
1933 14,353 572 92 251 28 296 353 15,945
1934 21,367 489 195 160 52 284 683 23,230
1935 18,329 677 111 270 47 327 844 20,605
1936 30,281 695 215 193 65 366 1,534 33,349
1937 31,093 / 140 447 1,820 34,516
1938 40,896

Compiled from official sources.
1/ Shipments of fresh & canned fruit to the United States & exports to foreign
Countries.
/ Exports.


ORANGES & MAiNDARITS: Estimated Production in Principal Countries
Average 1926-27 to 1930-31, 1931-32 to 1935-36,
Annual 1935-36 to 1938-39.
From Report of the 1940 Orange Outlook released by the Bur. of Agri. Economics -
AV3EAGE
Couny 1935- 1936- 1937- 1938-
Country to 1 15 to 36 37 38 39 _V
1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000
boxes boxos b_ xes boxes boxes boxes
United States ..... 43,177 53,003 52,073 54,938 74,785 79,481
Spain ............ 37,358 33,775 29,149 2/ 2/
Brazil ............ 12,346 33,611 35,469 36,716 2/
China 3/.......... 25,000 25,000 25,000 25,000 25,000 25,00
Palestine /...... 2,600 5,800 6,000 11,500 13,000 15,000
Japan ............ 11,218 13,786 17,274 11,763 a /2.1
Italy ........ 8,417 11,645 10,148 13,287 11,124 12
SouthAfrica 4/... 2,000 2,800 3,300 4,000 4,500 4,200
Mexico ............ / 3,262 3,499 3,552 4,582 4,633 2
Algeria ........... 1,834 2,212 2,417 2,802 2,803
Australia ......... 2,169 2,693 2,658 2,611 2,658
Greece ............ 678 1,072 1,090 1,691 1,545 1,
Cyprus / ......... 100 160 260 480 500
Jamaica 4/....... 100 150 250 450 350
New Zealand ....... 5 6/ 25 25 33
Trinidad 4/....... 16 20 25 25
France ............ 23 38 32 40 41
Yugoslavia ....... / / 12 19 5 22 113
Dominica ....... 2 7 10 12 13
Compiled by the Office of Forein Agricultural Relations from official &
trae sources & reports of the International Institute of Agriculture at Rome.
.J Preliminary. / Not available. / Rough approximation. _/ 2-year average.
/ Estimated from exports. ./ 4-year average. j 1-year ony





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UNITED STATES ORANGE EXPORTS. BY COUNTRIES JULY 1939 TROUG DEC) BER 1939


country to which exported JULY AUGI. SEPT. OCT. NOV. DEC.

B 0 ES-


Belgium
Denmark
Finland
France
Germany
Irish Free State
Netherlands
Norway
Poland and Danzig
Sweden
Yuoslavia
United Kingdom
Canada
Iceland
Greenland
Guatemala
Honduras
Panama Republic & Canal Zone
Mexico
Miquelon & St Pierre Is.
Newfoundland & Labrador
Bermudas
Barbados
Jamaica
Other British W. Indies
Cuba
Netherland W. Indies
Colonibia
Ecuador
Peru
Venezuela
Saudi Arabia
British India
British Malaya
Ceylon
China
Netherland India
French Indo-China
Hong Kong
Japan
Paestine
Iran (Persia)
Philip ine Islands
Burma (British)
Other Asia
Australia
British Oceania
New Zealand
Others


9,000
100
10,745
4,000
9,861
570
210

300
225,971

10
EZ-8
528
4,724
26
3,278
128
1
1
789
822


12
30
1,425
45
827
750
52
8,893


3,410
150

65
2


4,999

3,327

2,000
750


6,748
238,317
10

740
6,058
55
2,584
175

620
826
28

23
30
30
2,179
25
1,649
678
52
10,968
2

9,553


66
4


11,997
350
11,542
4,014
1,000



3,000
175,881
20

632
4,570
11
2,982
33

146
792


12
20
1,725
30
440
660
186
4,580

240
9,465
5
48
5


950
176,552


1
769
4,891
15
1,610
15

138
656


131
30
15
2,642
40
309
643
43
1,665


9,791
35
28
2


-
4
237,500
10


550
4,743
4
2,238
29

181
2
732
2

27
30

1,129
10
979
794
27
1,793
2

8,915


38


300
25






219
760
467,075

3

595
4,719
21
4,173
1

482

1,598
7

81
30
2,189
755
1,238
27
2,011
2

7,378
40
270
47
3


TOTAL 286,725 292,496 234,386 200,971 260,092 494,077

TOTAS 1938 1,107,883 488,080 268,559 259,403 385,610 542,637
"1937 106,424 142,876 134,695 74,183 142,862 313,467
"1936 336,551 386,760 206,868 125,297 187,716 279,292
1935 1,094,148 483,201 432,564 281,647 172,810 262,307
1934 346,647 302,291 190,006 120,022 154,825 242,294
"1933 539,351 268,354 165,143 138,485 148,147 226,889

Compiled from official records of the U. S. Bureau of Foreign & Dbmestic Commerce,
Office of Foreign Agricultural Relations





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UNITE STATES ORANGE EXPORTS. BY COUNTRIES JAN. 1940 THROUGH JUNE 1940


Country to which exported JAN. FEB. MAR. APR. MAY JUNE

-B XES -


Belgium
Denmark
Finland
France
Germany
Irish Free State
Netherlands
Norway
Poland & Danzig
Sweden
Yugoslavia
United Kingdom
Canada
Iceland
Greenland
Guatemala
Honduras
Panama Republic & Canal Zone
Mexico
Miquelon & St. Pierre Is.
Newfoundland & Labrador
Bermudas
Barbados
Jamaica
Other British W. Indies
Cuba
Netherland W. Indies
Colombia
Ecuador
Peru
Venezuela
Saudi Arabia
British India
British Malaya
Ceylon
China
Netherland India
French Indo-China
Hong Kong
Japan
Palestine
Iran (Persia)
Philippine Islands
Burma I(British)
Other Asia
Australia
British Oceania
New Zealand
Others


503
263,300
51


515
4,537.
19
828


575
56
1,107


49
30
20
1,038
413
928
24
2,201
41

12,766
10
43


304,489
5


335
4,733
3
2,326


1,351
22
951

8
36

20
1,975
390
821
65
2,386
2

15,609

40
110
5


9,900
3,850

22,501
331,158
27


525
7,297
26
2,511
1

1,293
29
1,158

5
63
30
25
2,425
300
688
14
6,097
2

9,125
40

152
3


19,701

23,510
4,755
500,497
10


815
8,496
5
1,428


897
3
854

10
59
60
10
2,648
1,262
1,002
21
5,875
36

12,903
200
55
107
4


1,000
143,527
10


1,090
6,572
21
3,052
57

511
1,301

10
65
90
25
956
1,009
231
7
4,413
4

16,032
300
90
55
2


1,000
265,546
39
1

710
5,398
3,015
11

307
1,221

5
38
30
10
1,331
2,981
567
14
3,587
5
14

10,013
125
75


TOTAL 289,054 335,682 399,245 585,223 180,430 296,043

TOTALS 1939 572,548 519,768 914,641 1,385,481 738,291 397,891
1938 402,656 388,775 711,700 1,077,327 1,205,445 1,231,337
1937 252,603 199,852 257,777 316,823 192,499 342,804
1936 243,532 213,492 473,738 677,539 622,232 488,774
1935 188,652 209,718 350,167 442,399 778,793 767,329
1934 149,391 191,439 281,415 408,385 496,736 434,980

Compiled from official records of the U. S. Bureau of Foreign & Domestic Commerce,
Office of Foreign Agricultural Relations.







UNITED STATES RAPEe'RUIT EXPORTS. BY


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CIT T'RTIE J TrTY 1939 C TROGIH DECEMBER 1939


Country to which exported JUY AUG. SEPT. OCT. NOV. DEC.

B 0 X ES -


Belgium
Denmark
Finland.
France
Germany
Italy
Netherlands
Norwy
Polad and Danzig
Sweden
Yugoslavia
United Kiag&co
Canada
Iceland
Nicaragua
Guatemala
Panama Republic of & Canal Zone
Mexico
Miquelon & St. Pierre Is.
Newfoundland & Iabrador
Bermudas
Barbados
Jamaica
Other British W. Indies
Cuba
Netherland W. Indies
Argentina
Colombia
Peru
Venezuela
British Malaya
British India
Ceylon
China
Netherland India
French Indo-China
Hong Kong
Japan
Palestine
Iran (Persia)
Philippine Islands
Burma tBritish)
Other Asia
Australia
British Oceania
New Zealand
Others


798 500

6,798 1,000
502 2,504
500 2,450
549 588
30

2,071 6,434
46,004 36,962


320 276
72 46
666 1,385
76 96

164 139
132 169

1
237 797
25 10
78 93
42 116
5 6
388 496


251 662
354


TOTAL 60,090 54,773 56,149 59,737 71,398 78,776

TOLILS 1938 114,807 70,577 28,006 88,834 96,638 108,333
1937 32,216 21,965 22,885 49,776 52,341 58,024
1936 33,959 19,313 44,573 61,304 57,432 53,156
"1935 147,333 64,640 48,922 52,978 41,484 23,948
1934 91,534 83,221 20,629 71,582 59,548 46,096
S1933 78,428 42,625 41,628 76,973 60,035 59,925

Conpiled from official records of the U. S. Bureau of Foreign & Domestic Commerce,
Office of Foreign Agricultural Relations.


55
6

5
3
2,773
1,065
194
63,693
2
-

109
28
310
11


2

35



1,954
221
1,311
71,493


65
83
2
408
2


3,998
115
8,000

499
550
500
7,570
31,554


139
110
537
30

60
174



648

15
65
66
29
284

200
619


37
350


970

2
1,563
54,206


239
47

246
32

38

100
387

40
592

20
60
63
6
138


627

300
31





Date Due

UNITED STATES GR~ ...u. ~CPORTS. BY Q0UNTRIES JAN. 1940 THROUGH JUNE 1940


Country to which exported JAN. IFi. MAR. APR. MAY JUNE

-B 0 XES -

Belgim 15 -
Denmark -
Finland
France -- 13 -
Gennany -
Italy -
Netherlands -12 -
Norwa 410 710 -
Polad & Danzig -
Sweden 500 -
Yugoslavia -
United Kingdom 5,318 26 2,801 1
Canada 95,314 72,124 76,701 80,945 53,750 48,330
Iceland 3 2 4 2 2 -
Nicaragua 1
Guatemala -
Panama Republic of & Canal Zone 51 69 70 131 258 295
Mexico 159 71 116 200 377 410
Miquelon & St. Pierre Is. -
Newfoundland & Labrador 841 390 434 284 401 526
Bermudas 1 3 2 11 7 -
Barbados -
Jamaica -
Other British W. Indies 9 60 153 112 95 66
Cuba 50 15 1 -
Netherland W. Indies 138 230 135 117 198 538
Argentina -
Colombia 2 1 -
Peru 1 -
Venezuela -
British Malaya 85 167 209 190 129 259
British India 50 -
Ceylon -
China 64 84 82 114 50 167
Netherland India 95 45 36 45 7 7
French Indo-China 6 6 4 6 2 4
Hong Kong 213 117 237 198 163 199
Japan 26 1 22 1 1
Palestine -- 6
Iran (Persia) -
Philip ine Islands 785 385 377 662 527 388
Burmna British) -- 20 25
Other Asia -5 20 30 30 30
Australia -
British Oceania 2 6 18 27 13
New Zealand 116 1 -
Others -



TOTAL 104,072 74,582 81,425 83,213 56,032 51,252

TOTALS 1939 117,837 82,832 173,379 167,777 147,095 109,410
1938 80,240 58,259 103,221 95,576 145,445 152,761
1937 82,582 81,697 87,244 74,147 63,336 43,941
1936 57,196 74,109 121,279 141,438 177,604 135,607
1935 62,735 67,307 110,029 83,405 105,080 183,196
1934 54,307 81,575 115,701 108,440 120,605 98,503

Compiled from official records of the U. S. Bureau of Foreign & Domestic Commerce,
Office of Foreign Agricultural Relations.




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