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Group Title: Market news service on fruits and vegetables
Title: Marketing Florida citrus
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Title: Marketing Florida citrus
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
United States -- Agricultural Marketing Service
United States -- Consumer and Marketing Service
Florida -- Marketing Bureau Section
Florida -- Marketing Bureau
Federal-State Market News Service
United States -- Bureau of Agricultural Economics
United States -- War Food Administration
Florida -- Dept. of Agriculture. -- Division of Marketing
Publisher: The Service
Place of Publication: Washington D.C
Publication Date: 1940-1941
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Statement of Responsibility: Market News Service, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Bureau of Agricultural Economics, Division of Fruits and Vegetables and the Florida State Marketing Bureau.
Issuing Body: Issued by: U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, War Food Administration, 1942-1944; by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Production and Marketing Administration, 1944-1953; by U.S. Dept of Agriculture, Agricultural Marketing Service, 1938-1942/1953-1964; by Federal-State Market News, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Consumer and Marketing Service, Florida Dept. of Agriculture, Division of Marketing, Marketing Bureau, 1964-
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UNITED STATES DLPAiPMENT OF AGRICULTURE
Agricultural Marketing Service
and the
FIl3RIDA STAE MEETING BUAEAU
Cooperating





MARKET NEWS SERVICE ON MIUITS AND VEGETABLES








MARgETINTG FIORL CITJS-
S OUtALY 07 194.41 SEASoQ
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H. F. Willson


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October 11, 1941





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The information contained herewith
has been compiled from the daily citrus bulle-
tins issued at Lakeland, Florida and fran vari-
ous reports released by the Agricultural Market-
ing Service; the Bureau of Agricultural Economics;
the Bureau of Foreign & Domestic Comnerce; the
oFderal Surplus Ccanodities Corporationt the Sur-
plus Marketng Administration; ahe Florida Citrus
Change; the Florida Stato Department of Agri-
culture and the Florida Citrus Co~mission.
Shim ents, unloads and other similar
data for the 1940-41 season are subject to re-
vision 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 animal citrus summary,
data which will be of most value to the Industry.
We have endoavorod to include basic statistics
suitable for comparisons with past seasons.

















General Comnents


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Carlot Shipments, by Weeks -
Rail and Boat Oranges & Tangerines . . . .
Grapefruit ...............
boat & Express Mixed Citrus ......

Segregation Florida Citrus Shipments by Rail, Boat & Truck . . .

Total Shipments Florida Citrus, 1940-41 and 1939-40 Season . . . .

Mixed Car Analysis, Florida Rail Shipments . . .........

Production & Disposition, Florida Citrus, 1931/32-1940/41 . . . .

Florida Citrus Used by Canners, 1940-41 Season . . . . . ....

Bail & Boat Unloads in 24 Cities July 1940 thru July 1941 -
Oranges, Grapefruit, Tangerines & Mixed Citrus . . .

Truck Receipts in 10 Cities July 1940 thru July 1941 -
Oranges, Grapefruit & Tangerines . . . . . .


Distribution of Florida Citrus -
Rail and Boat .
Truck .. .. .

Weighted Average Auction Prices -


* 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 *
* 9 9 9 9 9 9 . 9 9 9 9


Oranges Florida & California . .
Grapefruit Florida (Seeded & Seedless) ..
Florida and Texas . .
Tangerines Florida Only .........
Florida Averages by Markets Past 12 Years .

Florida Citrus Size Analysis, 1940-41 Season . . .

Florida Citrus Grade Analysis, 1940-41 Season . . .

Florida Citrus Container 1940-41 Season . .

Grapefruit & Orange Production, by States, 1889-1940 .

Estimated Bearing Acreage & Trees Principal Citrus Producing Stat

United States Exports July 1940 thru Mar. 1941 -
Orange and Grapefruit .... . .. ...


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68 -
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UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTRE
Agricultural Marketing Service
and the
FLORIDA STATE MARKETING BUREAU
Cooperating


S.MABKT NES SERVICE C1 FRUITS & VEGETABLES



MARKETING FLORIDA CITRUS
StMUARY .F 1940-41 SEASON

Daily market reports on citrus were issued at
Lakeland, Florida from Oct. 14, 1940 to June 28, 1941,
inclusive.




The 1940-41 season's marketing program and prices turned out better than gener-
ally hoped for in September. The combined efforts of the Industry, in cooperation with
the State agencies and Federal offices on citrus worked throughout the season to better
,marketing conditions which were none too favorable. In September, Florida was confronted
Snot only with an estimated heavy production in the State, but also with an estimated in-
crease in the combined total production of all citrus producing areas in the United States
ani with no export outlets (except to Canada) because of war conditions in Europe. This
S export situation applied to other competing cuamodities, such as apples, even more than to
citrus and there were the possibilities of increased imports of fresh fruits from the
South American countries which here-to-fore had been sent largely across the Atlantic. The
S South American imports did increase with Argentina pears, for an example in fairly liberal
supply throughout the Florida Valencia season. However, as the season advanced the Flori-
da grapefruit export situation was relieved somewhat when an outlet was provideA by Nation-
S al legislation for some of the purchases of processed grapefruit by Government agencies.
In addition to the potential large production, the Florida crop was almost en-
tirely from fruit of one bloom and the season was slow getting under way. Cmpared to pre-
vious years, the season was an unusually late one. Early indications wore for quality gen-
erally better than the year previous. The shipping season, however, was hardly more than
well started when the 'cold wave' of November 16th and 17th (exceptionally early for ten-
peratures low enough to do preciable damage) caused material losses to tangerines and -
jured oranges in unprotected areas. Production was further decreased by dry weather which
continued from October until late December. Fruit failed to size properly and there was
considerable dropping. Weather conditions were more nearly normal in January and remained
so until April. By May 1st, some districts needed rain and on June 1st most of the agri-
cultural areas of the State were suffering from lack of moisture. The drought was broken
during the latter part of June and there was ample rainfall through the sunmer and early
fall,
SIPEMETS AND PRICES
Compared to the previous season's rather light shipments and the heavy movement
of 1938-39, the 1940-41 season was one of a 'middle of the road' policy with a volume
heavier than the light year preceding but considerably lighter than the heavy 1938-39 sea-
son. Total shipments of Florida oranges, grapefruit and tangerines by rail boat and
truck were 88,614 cars or about 17,000 cars more than last year but 19,000 less than the
final figures two years ago. Last year, by July 1st, the season was all but finished, but
in 1938-39 nearly a million boxes or approximately 2,500 cars were shipped during the month
of July and during the 1940.41 season around 700 cars were shipped in July.
With the exception of tangerines, there was also a more uniform movement of
Florida citrus to market with no rapid increases or decreases as experienced in the lighter
production season a year ago. During the 1939-40 season, the peak shipment week for all
classes combined was the one ending December 16th when 5,142 cars were shipped. In 1940.41,
the peak movement of oranges, grapefruit and tangerines was 4,239 cars just prior to Christ-







mas 'or the week enrdng December 21st. With a considerably less orange volume last year,
3,824 cars were shipped during the peak week, but in 1940-41 no seven day period reached
the 3,000 car mark although for the two weeks prior to Christmas there were 2,758 and
2,980 cars shipped respectively. A heavier weekly movement of Florida grapefruit would
have been in line with shi ants approximately 50 percent more than in 1939-40, but the
movement did not reach 1,000 cars a week at any time during the season. There was, how-
ever, week after week during March and April when Florida grapefruit shipments were in
the 800 and 900 brackets. Government purchases for relief purposes were made during all
of these peak weeks and relieved commercial channels of considerable fruit.
Through August 1st, Florida sold 2,135 cars more of oranges on the auctions
than during the 1939-40 season at the same average per box or 18,971 cars veraged
$2.35 compared to 16,836 at $2.35 last year. The 1940-41 season's volume of Florida
oranges sold at auction has only been exceeded twice in the past ten years or in 1937-38
and in 1938-39 when 20,686 cars averaed $.224 and 356,24 cars $3.09, respectively.
Prices were relatively low at the beginlng of the season and it was not until January
that interior oranges, in standard wire-bound boxes, averaged more than $2.00 except for
the first few weeks of the season or through the week ending Novanber 22nd. During the
last week in February, the average on fruit fran the same section and in the same con-
tainer averaged $2.12. Following the first shipments of Valencias, the spread in prices
between Florida and California oranges was decreased considerably. From January through
June 30th, California auction prices remained almost the same or averaged around 3.00 a
box. During the same period, Florida interior fruit, in standard wire-bound boxes ad-
vanced frmm $2.05 the first week in January to an approximate average of around $2.50 for
the four weeks ending June 20th and a peak of $3.83 on the decreased offerings of 204
cars for the week ending June 7th. For the same week, California sales were 587 cars at
$2.85. However, for the five weeks following June 27th, California prices made an out-
standing advance of $1.34 a box on weekly offering of around 600 cars. Florida prices
during these five weeks declined sonawhat during the first three, but advanced sharply
on the very light offerings of the last two weeks. The closing average on interior oran-
ges, in wire-bound boxes was $3.60 for the week ending August 1st on 53 oars. California's
average for the week ending August 1st was $4.19 on 657 cars. Heavy rains in California
during Januay, February and March reduced the California orange production figures more
than w million boxes and unfavorable weather conditions elsewhere further delayed or
curtailed production of competitive ccumodities, such as cantaloups and strawberries.
Even peaches and watermelons in the Southeastern States were late because of continued
dry weather. throughout most of Florida's Valencia season, California sizes ran heavy
median to small and Florida's exceptionally good quality held up consistently which all
had a very beneficial effect on the marketing of Florida fruit. A low ebb in April or
the week ending April 18th was caused largely by unseasonably high temperatures in the
northern markets.
The diligent industry cooperation, together with adverse weather conditions in
competing districts, as the season advanced, also aided materially in the marketing of
Florida' s heaviest grapefruit crop on record and final returns were not as disastrous
as seemed inevitable at the beginning of the season. ThrQugh August lst 8 823 cars of
Norida grapefruit sold on the auctions at an average of $1.91 compared to ,583 cars at
.13 the previous year and a Texas average for the 1940-41 season of $1.95. Florida
Seedless, however, from all sections of the State averaged $1.97. The purchases of fruit,
both fresh azd canned, by the Government agencies were undoubtedly among the more im-
portant factors which resulted in placing the Florida grapefruit marketing program into
more profitable channels.
Tangerine prices were the most disappointing of all Florida citrus returns in
1940-41. The season was a late as well as a short one and quality was adversely effected
by weather conditions. 2,717 cars sold on the auctions at an average of $1.19 per 4/5
bushel box or 180 less than the average a year ago, but 190 above the low average of
$1.00 in 1938-39.
CANME3R PLED UCTION
Florida grapefruit, used by the canneries, showed a marked increase. Through
August 9th 5,071,900 boxos more of grapefruit had been used than last year. Consider-
ably more grapefruit was processed than was utilized in fresh fruit consumption. As the
season progressed, or particularly from January through June, there was a consistent ad-
vance in prices paid to growers for both oranges and grapefruit by the canners. The
total amount of oranges used was approximately a quarter of a million boxes less than
the amount for the 1939-40 season or 3,948,925 in 1940-41 as contrasted to 4,200,358 last
year.


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ORQaWES-AiD AIHGiES .CseLOTs SHImTS ( EARIL & BQAT'> BY W=E0S


The following -tabulations of carlot shipments (rail, boat & express) by weeks were
tak from the "WeeKly Smnry of Carlot Shipents"' as released by the Wasinton Office
of the Agricultural Marketing Service Florida shipments for both the 1940-41 and 1939-
40 seasons include light and 'heavy' cars. Cars loaded 250 boxes or less were counted
as 'light' cars and 2 light cars were used a car in these ccmpilations. Total light
cars for the 1940-41 season were oranges 2,770 cars; grapefruit 454 cars; tangerines
54 cars and mixed citrus 742 cars. For the 1939-40 season total light cars were oran-
ges 2,054 cars; grapefruit 204 cars; tangerines 31 cars an mixed citrus 1,070 cars. See
Pags 4 and 5 for total Florida shipments of oranges, grapefruit and tangerines segregat-
ed by rail, boat and truck.

Week 1 LORIM CALIFF# TMAS # ARIZ. # ALL O~EG-# TOTALS
na 1940-41 1939-40 40-41139-40 40-41139. 40 -41 39-40 4{0.39S 4 404113940


9/ 7
14
21
28
10/5
12
19
26
11/2
9
16
23
30
12/7
14
21
.28

11
18
25
/ 1
8
15
22
3/ 1
8
15
22
29
4/ 5
12
19
26
5/ 3
10
17
24
31
6/ 7
14
21
28
7/ 5
12
19
26
8/ 2
9
16


2
13
269
415
749
1093
1101
1078
974
1493
1092
378
1100
1114
1308
1100
1296
1089
1144
1025
913
1343
1067
1185
1255
1188
'1095
866
1042
1207
1318
1248
916
1092
1118
788
428
392
246
122
49
35
5


-
-

2
100
621
772
669
784
709
1011
843
939
1273
2129
1349
992
1431
1739
1427
1480
1976
218
1290
1106
1117
858
936
958
782
738
732
722
745
561
496
356
284
212
102
38
26
14
19
7
2
5
1
1
1


SIncludes a few cars tangerines


Org TaasIOrmI Tans


53
189
195
298
257
316
246
128
264
151
159
101
54
27
26
21
5
3
2
1
66














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-


1558 1380
1595 1337
1473 1392
1561 1216
1286 1202
1530 1444
1468 1281
1647 878
1325 828
1107 547
539 371
145 687
1048 1259
1419 1197
1752 1425
1519 878
947 632
699 579
947 707
1092 268
1154 966
1357 1305
1400 1009
1619 831
1279 1200
898 1124
1068 1244
1153 1342
1272 1617
1371 1327
1498 1479
1164 1349
1509 1751
1262 1703
1382 1736
1535 1528
1862 1581
1725 1454
1554 1470
1425 1742
1742 1894
1322 2077
1472 1925
1442 1668
1517 1156
1494 1418
1775 1679
1582 1680
1794 1614
1684 1774
1788 1634


-


7 1
,11 11
45 23
29 23
48 36
31 35
73 49
32 26
34 23
51 32
10 18
1 15
23 10
34 23
33 17
66 24
28 70
26 94
50 175
44 85
17 45
45 13
26 4
7 2
2 1
7 4
5 6
2 4
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5 -
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1558 1380
1595 1337
1473 1392
1561 1216
1286 1204
1530 1544
1477 1903
1671 1661
1639 1521
1552 1354
1344 1179
1303 1937
2380 2357
2781 2477
3066 2991
3390 3377
2309 2254
1230 1720
2551 2418
2430 2201
2639 2589
2694 2914
2943 3109
2892 1170
2651 2691
2101 2337
2052 2411
2588 2216
2401 2558
2611 2291
2779 2272
2380 2100
2626 2514
2149 2481
2442 2534
2755 2124
3191 2100
2975 1828
2470 1770
2517 1961
2860 1999
2110 2115
1900 1951
1834 1682
1763 1175
1616 1425
1824 1681
1617 1685
1799 1615
1684 1775
1788 1635




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W k 0TRIDA CALI. AS Z. AlL .1E0RS ATOTALS Z
Wek 40 4 39W I40 41
Ending 419 4 0-4139| 40 4 0 4L39.M3940 1j41ii ril04139.40 o


ALu 31
Sept. 7
14
21
28
Oct. 5
12
19
26
Nov. 2
9
16
.23
30
Dec. 7
14
21
28
141
11
18
25
Feb. 1
8
15
22
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


2
7
18
18
91
11 398
267 447
475 433
336 355
244 241
321 223
391 208
310 283
345 404
483 315
559 328
442 194
173 198
466 348
696 374
618 314
617 228
582 534
551 89
472 262
529 306
608 306
647 232
560 229
701 173
567 249
570 464
647 340
571 353
493 366
639 296
581 250
591 221
473 151
328 100
226 63
11-1 30
58 13
49 10
17 --
*9 1
6 2
8 4
4


40 76
39 57
74 57
64 18
50, 21
17 28
5 14
18 12
,12 7
8 8
6 6
4 6
5 10
10 7
11 17
14 4
8 4
4 2
3 3
11 6
17 8
15 10
10 15
13 20
10 7
14 5
11 9
18 6
18 9
21 15
17 11
15 27
22 32
22 49
33 52
42 76
29 117
48 99
88 71
58 86
125 83
.227 122
262 127
186 127
110 47
70 86
79 84
81 71
87 52
100 110
87 90


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-m m


35 26
314 257
405 397
380 465
257 405
255 457
366 439
412 497
276 411
275 373
307 604
156 262
111 208
329 455
417 591
440 485
380 460
253 535
196 532
298 415
389 370
242 504
397 421
457 395
168 277
143 164
246 382
220 254
106 108
40 51
33 30
11 -
16
7 -
3 -
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17 11
49 33
36 20
31 24
33 23
30 34
21 37
23 31'
33 29
.32 18
19. 11
19 13
22 17
46 27
64 35
53 35
42 50
48 40
53 32
52 22
44 32
41 53
46 37
57 30
64 35
64 45
57 65
53 60
75 84
69 108
90 130
78 102
46 67
38 45
30 49
24 60
12 54
87
20
9
1


40 78
39 64
74 65
64 36
50 112
53 452
603 729
947 875
764 847
540 678
615 709
791 687
748 827
654 853
802 734
912 954
625 471
307 421
820 823
1170 998
1139 842
1065 733
887 1134
808 681
833 716
984 703
905 851
1103 712
1081 670
947 495
791 459
895 918
946 691
752 570
641 553
783 510
711 497
733 .422
614 289
427 231
389 195
362 212
332 194
235. 224
127. 67
79. 96
85 87
89 75
S87 56
100 110
87 90


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Week flRIDa. CAML BIA ES -A ARIZONA ALL OTERS TOTALS
~inkng '40-4113|9403 9--41139.40 40.41139-40 4041| 4-01341139o 4D041|139-40



&g. 31 100 131 100 131
Sept 7 1 98 71 98 72
14 -. 1 76 97 76 98
21 72 61 72 61
28 3 49 68 49 71
Oct. 5 49 37 61 37 110
12 114 35 26 18 21 1 54 161
19 17 117 28 17 22 22 67 156
26 30 125 25 19 46 39 1 101 184
Nov. 2 40 182 18 17 45 68 2 105 267
9 102 259 15 11 33 58 1 150 329
16 166 465 7 7 22 54 1 1 196 527
23 283 345 2 14 37 62 5 2 327 423
30 275 376 1 26 23 61 4 3 303 466
Dec. 7 331 435 10 25 30 .45 6 2 377 507
14 436 735 16 23 39 60 3 2 1 495 820
21 572 588 5 6 8 26 3 2 588 622
28 245 287 27 17 4 20 3 276 327
r.4 379 419 21 26 8 32 5 4 413 481
11 328 404 27 19 25 40 2 4 382 467
18 335 332 32 48 29 38 4 3 400 421
25 315 330 36 44 28 19 6 1 385 394
Feb. 1 367 340 35 40 17 37 4 423 417
8 291 46 49 36 18 55 4 358 141
15 306 176 37 43 28 47 1 372 266
22 239 177 35 36 35 42 1 1 310 256
Mar. 1 175 217 33 43 11 29 219 289
8 215 159 44 48 24 16 1 284 223
15 200. 127 48 41 21 6 269 174
22 227 121 39 46 9 3 275 170
29 192 104 41 41 5 2 1 1 239 148
Apr. 5 191 97 29 47 1 1 2 1 223 146
12 157 94 41 55 3 1 1 201 151
19 108 89 27 52 1 2 4 138 145
26 122 76 20 42 5 142 123
May 3 156 69 31 14 1 1 10 188 94
10 161 55 48 23 1 8 210 86
17 145 53 59 51 4 204 108
24 112 29 63 55 2 175 86
31 89 23 87 56 3 176 82
June 7 77 16 107 100 184 116
14 53 8 135 143 188 151
21 44 6 160 123 204 129
28 42 1 161 119 203 120
July 5. 21 115 119 136 119
12 15 164 135 179 135
19 11 148 149 159 149
26 4 119 152 123 152
Aug. 2 119 139 119 139
9 123 124 123 124
16 86 143 86 143




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TOTAL LMRIDA CITMS SERMETS BAIL. BOAT & AaSUC' Y WEthKS. 1940.&1 SBASn-
S(Includes proper porportion of 'mixed' cars)

Week I RAGES GREroEUI aT : TANGERINES
Ending Bail I Boat T ruok ail Boat I Truc RBail I Boat -Truck



Oct. 5 1 -11 32 -
13 2 8 276 86
19 25 68- 488 10 103 -
26 306 11 213 301 57 94 -
Nov. 2 415 51 276 193 83 79
9 708 147 372 275 102 95 9 4
16 992 234 428- 294 147 108 62 8 25
23 1060 231 463 318 93 98 186 19 61
30 948 309 484 359 77 101 269 43 73
Dec. 7 874 315 608 474 122 128 339 56 96
14 1518 387 853 524 174 127 367 65 145
21 1354 -257 1369 481 112 119 338 44 165
28 316 186 265 137 98 63 182 47 39
a. 4 939 336 323 401 175 112 510 100 78
11 958 367 470 651 151 143 169. 105 40
18 1121 446 638 529 206 153 149 69 44
25 1013 350 752 541 183 178 170 61 69
Feb. 1 1149 422 620 472 201 157 228 79 63
8 866 419 531 497 150 150 152 71 57
15 895 450 494 387 187 162 162 88 56
22 '35 452 457 394 236 164 110 68 54
Mar. 1 697 338 452 446 240 178 40 34 36
8 1139 386 539 505 223 175 16 29 24
15 913 305 527 454 185 179 27 20 25
22 1011 348 454 574 227 168 8 24 15
29 1020 372 456 457 212 159 3 16 7
Apr. 5 962 362- 448 484 187 169 1 11 4
12 845 363 389 496 228 171 5 2
19 603 354 319 367 252 148 -1 -
26 732 390 299 337 225 127 -
May 3 989 321 294 516 193 137 -
10 1013 409 327 511 148 129 -
17 966 389 289 488 165 113 -
24 711 288 255 375 150 100 -
31 736 421 235 220 149 73 -
June 7 784 387 229 170 92 52 -
14 672 148 197 106 31 41 -
21 405 48 136 75 5 28 -
28 353 65 86 66 2 11 -
July 5 180 81 49 23 2 6 -
12 123 11 34 11 1 5 -
19 42 13' 33 12 5 -
26 22 17 16 9 1 -- -
Aug. 2 5 i .
9 -' .
16 a



TOTAL 31117 11186 15756 14705 5481 4627 3497 1063 1182

Unavailable.


I| I I I I I I I I I I I





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OAfnA1AVT L~ O26Af~M C~eY!&iI~


CHANGES I* -- G -. EMII T TANGERIZES TOTALS
Week 1 1 19- 40
Ending 1940-41 1939-40- 1940-41 1939-40 1940-4111939-40 1940-41 1939.40


Sept.l

Oct. 5
12
19
26
Nov. 2
9
16
23
30
Dec. 7
14
21
28
1924
J 4Z
11
18
25
Feb. 1
8
15
22
Mar. 1
8
15
22
29
Apr. 5
12
19
26
May 3
10
17
24
31
June 7
14
21
28
July 5
19
26
Aug. 2
9
16


1
10
93
530
742
1,227
1,654
1,754
1,741
1,797
2.758
2,980
767
1,598
1,795
2,205
2,115
2,191
1,816
1,839
1,644
1,487
2,064
1,745
1,813
1,848
1,772
1,597
1,276
1,421
1,604
1,749
1,644
1 254
1,392
1,400
1,017
589
504
310
168
88
55
5*


31
187
895
1,131
1,013
1,208
1,212
1,686
1,476
1,672
2,304
3,824
3,039
1,397
1,996
2,433
2,216-
2,218
2,915
290
1,835
1,564
1,639
1,296
1,337
1,334
1,131
1,049
1,053
1,049
1,027
794
677
532
380
271
148
73
46
26
19*
7*
2*
5*
1*
1*
1*


43 -
43
362 -
601 -
452 -
355
472 -
549 -
509 100
537 150
724 175
825 200
712 199
298
688 -
945 300
888 175
902 200
830 160
797 150
736 100
794 60
864 75
903 100
818 75
969 100
828 -
840
895
767
689
846 -
788
766 -
625 -
442 -
314 -
178
108
79
31
17
17
10
-.* -
J


212
502
585
583
505
408
434
469
496
591
498
604
406
338
552
585
497
426
784
119
410
471
534
409
383
316
390
613
473
465
488
399
345
308
210
148
93
60
27
16
1*
4*
4*
4*


13
95
266
385
491
577
547
268
688
314
262
300
370
280
306
232
110
69
72
47
26
16
7
1
-
-


4
79
106
111
393
357
514
509
714
634
254
476
320
307
198
144
35
44
46
22
10
1
2
2



-
-,

-m
-


TOTAL 58,059 50,440 24,813 (2,319) 16,163 5,742 5,282 88,614 71,885

Truck shipments not included, unavailable.
late- Includes rail, boat, truck, express & mixed citrus broken down into proper propor-
ions. All light cars counted as individual cars. Boat & truck reduced to carlot equiva-
lents on basis 400 boxes per car. Includes Government 'relief' cars with the number of
relief shinped each week.Tfurnished through the courtesy of the Federal Surplus Marketing
Administration) shown in parenthesis for the 194041 season. Ihis Government Agency pur-
chased 2,105 cars of.orangos during the 1939-40 season.


44
372
694
982
1,097
1,712
2,298
2,529
2,663
3,012
4,160
4,239
1,333
2 974
3,054
3,355
3,317
3,391
2,893
2,881
2,670
2,461
3,036
2,635
2,829
2,702
2,628
2,499
2 044
2 110
2,450
2,537
2,410
1.879
1,834
1,714
1,195
697
583
341
185
105
65
5*
.*
*


243
689
1,480
1,718
1,597
1,722
1,757
2,548
2,329
2,777
3,311
5,142
4,079
'1,989
3,024
3,338
3,020
2,842
3,843
444
2,289
2,081
2,195
1 715
1,721
1,652
1,523
1,662
1,526
1 514
1,515
1,193
1,022
840
590
419
241
133
73
42
19'


9*
1?
1'


I.~r~+ ~~~~PO r ~~Alr~LL )YYY ~~~Y~cAI ~'~"~LHI*U;I


SPI51NMETS


I II I I I I I I I






MIEnD CAl ABtBYSISZT RAIL aniT 1940..4 .ST.A~4


*ORMLES ....... GAPEUIT TAN_____ GENIES
DaIte-





14
21
28
Oct. 5
12
19 42.11 43.11 57.89 57.89 -
26 66.67 58.18 33:.33 41.82 -
Nov. 2 41.86 51.02 58.14 48.98 -
9 53.15 52.15 43.25 45.93 3.60 1.92
16 48.29 50.39 28.41 37.92 23.30 11.69
23 44.82 47.95 31.44 35.09 23.74 16.96
30 41.61 46.08 29.02 33.30 29.37 20.62
Dec. 7 40.23 44.52 30.59 32.58 29.18 23.90
14 48.30 45.51 28.51 31.51 23.19 22.98
21 56.79 48.38 23.24 29.41 19.97 22.21
28 42.56 47.85 23.97 28.91 33.47 23.24
3.4 37.63 46.51 27.27 28.70 35.10 24.79
11 46.63 46.53 27.86 28.61 25.51 24.86
18 48.29 46.69 28.57 28.61 23.14 24.70
25 52.83 47.20 28.66 28.61 18.51 24.19
Feb. 1 56.36 47.99 20.78 27.94 22.86 24.07
8 50.17 48.13 28.43 27.97 21.40 23.90
15 48.59 48.16 27.59 27.94 23.82 23.90
22 45.59 48.03 36.40 28.36 18.01 23.61
Mar. 1 48.63 48.05 38.25 28.69 13.12 23.26
8 64.60 48.70 30.97 28.78 4.43 22.52
15 55.24 48.93 33.33 28.94 11.43 22.13
22 59.75 49.35 38.56 29.30 1.69 21.35
29 54.00 49.49 45.00 29.80 1.00 20.71
Apr. 5 53.20 49.60 46.80 30.32 20.08
12 56.79 49 78 43.21 30.63 19.59
19 64.66 50.03 35.34 30.71 19.26
26 50.39 50.03 49.61 31.06 18.91
May 3 55.94 50.15 44.06 31.32 18.53
10 55.69 50.28 44.31 31.61 18.11
17 59.73 50.47 40.27 31.79 17.74
24 57.39 50.57 42.61 31.95 17.48
31 57.61 50.66 42.39 32.08 17.26
June 7 56.25 50.72 43.75 32.19 17.09
14 51.85 50.72 48.15 32.31 16.97
21 50.00 50.71 50.00 32.41 16.88
28 55.81 50.74 44.19 32.48 16.78
July 5 61.90 50.77 38.10 32.49 16.74
12 80.00 50.83 20.00 32.47 16.70
19 66.67 50.84 33.33 32.47 16.69
26 75.00 50.86 25.00 32.46 16.68
Aug. 2
9
16 .





Furnished through the courtesy of the Statistical Department,
SFlorida Citrus Exchange, Tapa, Fla.


--





- 1 .


ITmIrA CITRE E -*EJrUCTI9r AiDISPOSIT=ION 1931/32.1940Q/1


SHIPPED FRESH PROCESSED OTHER TOTAL
DISPO- PRO-
Season COERCU IAL OUT-0F-STATE G GOVT G'T. SITnM DUC-
R TOTAL TION
Rail I Boat I Truk ITO TAL CIAL HER

-Thousand Boxes
(RANGES
1931-32 9,072 601 1,574 11,247 36 36 917 12,200
1932-33 9,401 2,220 1,854 13,475 61 61 964 14,500
1933-34 7,517 4,858 2,323 14,698 56 56 1,146 15,900
1934-35 5,760 5,350 2,891 14,001 265 265 1,334 15,600
1935-36 6,640 4,934 2,511 14,085 213 213 1,603 15,900
1936-37 8,936 5,574 2,151 16,661 550 550 1,889 19,100
1937-38 11,119 5,966 2,766 19,851 825 1,109 1,109 2,115 23,900
1938-39 13,968 7,365 5,014 26,347 209 1,184 1,184 2,160 29,900
1939-40 10,487 3,558 4,348 18,393 859 4,200 4,200 2,148 25,600
1940-41#] 12,261 4,493 5,793 22,547 3,837 112 3,949 2,604 29,100

GIRPEBIUIT
1931-32 6,917 882 951 8,750 933 933 1,017 10,700
1932-33 5,567 1,600 954 8,121 2,526 2,526 953 11,600
1933-34 4,665 2,188 683 7,536 2,369 2,369 995 10,900
1934-35 4,042 3,520 1,117 8,679 5,545 5,545 976 15,200
1935-36 3,410 2,543 1,031 6,983 10 3,646 3,646 861 11,500
1936-37 5,492 3,056 936 9,484 925 6,723 36 6,759 932 18,100
1937-38 4,433 2,196 850 7,479 6,052 105 6,157 964 14,600
1938-39. 5,750 3,204 1,398 10,352 908 8,472 740 9,212 2,828# 23,300
1939-40 3,550 1,518 980 6,048 8,804 8,804 1,048 15,900
1940-4~# 4,800 2,208 1,631 8,639 971 12,588 1,288 13,876 814 24,300


1931-32 1,657 42 149 1,848 152 2,000
1932-33 1,398 192 176 1,766 134 1,900
1933-34 1,111 483 243 1,837 163 2,000
1934-35 829 591 268 1,688 312 2,000
1935-36 1,013 570 234 1,817 283 2,100
1936-37 1,615 735 379 2,729 271 3,000
1937-38 1,192 520 256 1,968 332 2,300
1938-39 1,748 728 465 2,941 459 3,400
1939-40 1,255 294 437 1,986 414 2,400
1940-41#~ 1,437 431 433 2,301 499 2,800


# Includes 1,719,000 boxes diverted from commercial channels under Industry Progran.
SData unavailable. Quantities believed to be negligible.
Seasons 1931-32 to 1939-40 frno 'Annual Statistics Relating to Bearing Acree, Produc-
tion & Disposition of United States Oranges & Grapefruit', issued Ma 1941 by the
Surplus Marketing Administration, U. S. Department of Agriculture, Washington, D. C.
##'1940-41 season -- calculated from reports of the Citrus Inspection Bureau
at Winter Haven, Florida and the Growers Administrative Conmittee, Lakeland, Florida.





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ELORIDA CITMS US E ALL CA NM S BY. W~E S LAW T0.DATE 1940-41 SEASON


Furnished through the courtesy of the Florida Citrus Ccmmission


- Lakeland, Florida


Week U0eORA GE S GRAPEFRUIT
Ending Boxes Used I To-Date Boxes Used To-Date


1940
October 19
26
November 2
9
16
23
30
December 7
14
21
28
1941
January 4
11
18
25
February 1
8
15
22
March 1
8
15
22
29
April 5
12
19
26
May 3
10
17
24
31
June 7
14
21
28
July 5
12
19
26
Aug. 2
9


2
571
4,606
16,617
26,972
55,531
46,419
73,598
83,585
42,967
117,421
155,890
169,070
143,737
144,186
143,412
155,407
150,640
141,477
157,474
153,278
123,704
122,651
120,459
160,549
100,499
102,638
105,045
117,493
130,985
126,193
133,765
135,856
124,351
119,614
116,334
48,064
30,631
24,989
14,581
7,531
133


2
573
5,179
21,796
48,768
104,299
150,718
224,316
307,901
350,868
468,289
624,179
793,249
936,986
1,081,172
1,224,584
1,379,991
1,530,631
1,672,108
1,829,582
1,982,860
2,106,564
2,229,215
2,349,674
2,510,223
2,610,722
2,713,360
2,818,405
2,935,898
3,066,883
3,193,076
3,326,841
3,462,697
3,587,048
3,706,662
3,822,996
3,871,060
3,901,691
3,926,680
3,941,261
3,948,792
3,948,925


2,139
8,232
11,444
14,997
20,782
58,726
95,131
259,883
412,279
463,342
340,402
607,095
521,731
455,504
540,479
630,159
701,133
734,295
768,109
664,318
616,756
597,647
524,712
.524,617
532,794
528,194
511,176
515,446
402,324
368,912
310,286
205,133
125,628
73,914
43,063
27,034
23,460
10,373
5,928
6,821
4,576
4,619
-0


2,139
10,371
21,815
36,812
57,594
116,320
211,451
471,334
883,613
1,346,955
1,687,357
2,294,452
2,816,183
3,271,687
3,812,166
4,442,325
5,143,458
5,877,753
6,645,862
7,310,180
7,926,936
8,524,583
9,049,295
9,573,912
10,106,706
10,634,900
11,146,076
11,661,522
12,063,846
12,432,758
12,743,044
12,948,177
13,073,805
13,147,719
13,190,782
13,217,816
13,241,276
13,251,649
13,257,577
13,264,398
13,268,974
13,273,593
13,273,593


Included in above tabulations: 837,618 cases of canned grapefruit
juice & sections purchased by the Federal Surplus Comnodities Corporation -
and 112,008 boxes of oranges used for packing concentrates for Federal
Surplus Coamodities Corporation orders.
lot included in above tabulations: 601,992 boxes of grapefruit purchased
by Government Agencies for canning.




9-

UNImis OF nRNGES in 24 CITIES FOM JULY 1940 TRU JULY 1941
BY 1 iN TS A1 BY STATES OF ORIGIN

State I JUlY AUG. SEPT.I OCT. NOV. DEC.I JA".. MEB. MAR.I AP. MI Y I JI3mE JULY
Atlanta
Ariz. -1
Calif. 21 23 30 19 1 2 15 24
Florida 1 10 22 9 10 10 6 4 2 -
Total 21 23 30 20 11 -22 9 10 10 7 6 17 24
Baltimore -
Calif. 134 121 127 126 25 31 23 23 39 41 46 84 115
Florida 9 132 158 112 140 131 155 164 118 3
-Total 134 121 127 135 157 189 135 163 170 19b 210 200 147
Calif. 407 436 444 412 242 235 229 299 233 279 385 381 401
Florida 2 31 352 359 480 371 474 419 463 304 43
Texas 3 1
Total 409 436 444 443 597 594 709 670 707 698 849 68 444
Chicago
-- 6 1i 8 1 4 1 5
Calif. 449 388 420 450 280 373 344 350 376 430 460 434 436
Florida 22 222 205 315 249 263 285 267 179 17
La. 1 1 -
Texas 14 32 24 17 20 11 1 -
otal 44.9 388 420 486 541 614 84 620 654 717 6732 613 4b
Cinci'nati
Calif. 130 136 114 107 57 58 51 53 58 57 81 127 104
Florida 9 141 163 142 139 188 172 146 94 25
La. 1 -
Lwa. 1 --- -
Total 130 136 114 11 198 222 193 193 246 229 227 221 129
Cleveland
Ariz. 3 2 -
Calif. 148 177 147 169 102 135 124 147 157 171 223 164 171
Florida 12 101 99 128 112 127 96 117 82 15
Texas 1 2 4 -
Total 148 177 147 182 208 235 252 263 284 267 340 246 186
z. 1 1 1 -
Calif. 25 30 33 16 6 21 12 10 12 22 37 32 33
Florida 1 2 -
Texas 5 15 2- 37 16 24 7 4 1 -
Total 25 3 33 21 21 41 49 26 37 31 44- 33 33
Calif. 64 53 48 63 35 58 75 57 73 73 92 74 73
Texas 1 3...- 2 --.
Tota l 56 48 64 38 58 75 75 7 92 74 73-
.- 3 6 3 2 1 -
Calif. 222 219 190 233 159 123 218 248 261 254 302 226 227
Florida 9 136 109 120 139 168 138 185 100 17
La. 1 1 -
Texas 3 6 5 -
Total_ 222 219 190 247 3O0 239 34M 388 461 393 487 32. 244
Fort Worth
Calf. 6 10 17 10 1 10 4 3 3 6 11 9 7
Florida 2 2 -
Texas 1 1 6 4 3 3 1
,,,TEal. 6 10 17 11 2 16 8 b 3 11 13 9 8
ansas City
Ariz. 1 4 5 -
Calif. 66 54 49 57 38 69 54 65 62 71 95 71 70
Florida 2 2 2 1 9 19 5 -
Te.xa 3 2 1 -
1a 6 54 49 57 4 5 56 8 76 95 1i 70
Los Angeles
Caglif- ...1 -. 1 2 9 4 5 3 5 0 10
To tal 1 1 2 9 4 5 3 5 10 1l




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UNIDADS OF ORArGES in 24 CITIES AROM JULY 1940 IBU JULY 1941
BY MONTHS AID BY STALIES OF GRIGIN .(QNTD T
as I .IE. I CAR ITS ..
State JULY I AU .ISEPT.I OCT. IOV,! DE.I D JAN. JA \. MAR.I APR.I MAY I J l JU=_


Ci. 84 63 58 74 55 97 88 88 92 77 112 89' 95
Florida 9 6 3 4 25 21 1
Texas 13 6 -
Total 63 S5 9 7 103- 101 103 102 133 0 -95


rYork City


Ariz. -
Calif. 1154 1130 1156 1287 659 508 431 455 542 683 748 775 864
Florida 39 2 81 883 1264 1541 1431 1459 1432 1540 1204 582
Texas 3 3 -
Puerto Rico 1 -
Total 1193 1132 1156 138 1545 1776 1972 iR886 X1 2115 2288 1979 1446


Calif. 23 38 33 32 1 1 4 1 1 3 18 46
Florida 1 47 38 50 40 78 97 136 81 9
La. 1 4 1 1 -
STexa -- 3 7 1 143 1 5 -- -
Total 23 38 7 a) 4A b3 59 87 98 139 99 55


haoma City


NeP;









P1~L


'clif. 483 443 407 460 180 159 147 140 174 227 265 333 437
Florida 22 371 464 537 543 606 519 606 458 110
Texas -1. .- _- -
TotaE 483 443 407 482 552 523 684 689 780 749 871 791 M47


Ariz. 3 3 1 1 -
Calif. 229 225 196 225 120 177 182 186 209 249 295 250 257
Florida 18 113 115 141 124. 152 120 141 94 25
La. 1 -
Texas 1 3 -
otal 22r9 25 196 243 238 298 3}3 30 362 37o 4363 3447 Z8
land. Ore.
Calif 50 43 36 59 35 96 77 55 L7 3 83 48 6
To 50 43 36 59 35 96 77 S5 97 3


.. Louis


Ari. 2 2 2 1 1 -
Calif. 140 136 131 122 86 134 119 129 150 169 171 150 17
Florida 4 30 37 41 52 64 65 72 39 9
La. 1 -
Texas 140 16 3 38 29 1 28 2Q35 19 14
26tal 15 g 136 131 12 1b7 5 219 185 258 235 23b 243 18g M46


.ipaul


Calif. 43 26 25 30 23 41 45 47 45 45 51 38 43
Florida 5 4 3 1 8 1 1 -
Texa, -- 1 2 1 1 1 -
al8 4a3 M D 45A8 48 46 4' 7 52 9 43


San Francisco
2lif .. 2 3 7 3 5 23 25 5 1 5 21 6 5

4 4 1 -
Calif, 61 37 46 59 39 122 100 91 102 115 133 77 88
Tota1 61 Y37 4 -5 39 122 100 91 106 119 14 77 88
Washinrton
Calif. 76 91 82 83 17 22 11 11 16 17 13 38 94
Florida 1 28 49 49 57 72 56 68 45 1
!Prta1 78 91 R; 8 4iA 71 mo 7 R V rn as


Itte&- Unloads, available on only 24 cities effective July 1, 1940.


Ph



Pi




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Sa


St


M~s!


0 l


-


- --- --


--------


- -


Arizona 1 -
Calif. 24 24 29 18 11 26 17 19 16 23 30 29 26
Florida 1 1 4 -
Tas 4 7 7 3 -"
Total 4 24 'A 1 l 8 FR PA n 24 34 29 23


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Thal 79 91 89 H4 4- 7 F b R W R 1 -







UNLOADS OF MAPMEJUIT in 24 CITIES FOM JULY 1940 TRU JUTLY 1941
BY 0NDHS AND BY STATES OF ORIGM

s..tate IcTS A o c .1 I.J N.... .. .. .. . . JULY
State I JULYI AUG. SEPT.I OCT.. NOV.I DEC.I JA .l FXB._I MA ..I APR.. My I JUNE| JTUL


Atlanta
Arsi.
Calif.
Florida
% ^+j.


3 1 -
- 9 6 5 6 2 7
- 1 An .9 8 2 7


4
i--


1 4
1 -

2 --4


9 4 3 3 -- 4 8
Florida 1 32 52 46 54 56 72 63 56 31 5
Texas 13 10 9 14 9 13 4 1 -
otal 10 4 3 48 b52 b 6 b 85 67 5'7 .5 1-


if. 16 30 2 1 2 2 37 51
Florida 1 121 128 105 170 167 153 194 164 45 9
Texas 24 56 14 29 11 10 4 -
Cuba 1 13 1 -
Total 17 31 15 147 186 119 199 178 163 198 166 82 M
Chicago
Arizona 2 -
Calif. 27 28 34 16 3 37 46
Florida 14 5 10 17 20 62 203 238 6 -
Texas 166 157 166 210 177 240 105 5 -
Cuba 1 1 -
Total 27 28 35 197 162 176 227 197 302 308 N46 10b 46
C no ti
Ariz.- 2 5 -
Calif. 18 16 5 5 21 16
Florida 30 13 24 36 41 81 85 86 24 -
Texas 57 63 52 63 48 21 16 1 -
Cubaa 2 1 7 M TO 8 7 -
^*te1 1 h 7 G 7B b73 99 89 102 101 89 Tg5


~veland


Ariz. 2 4 -
Calif. 10 9 9 1 1 23 14
Florida 22 10 13 28 17 81 85 93 22 -
Texas 65 58 49 68 71 46 17 -
Cuba 1 -
Total 12 9 10 88 68 62 96 88 127 102 94 A49 A4


Calif.
Florida
Texas
Total

,z.
Calif.
Florida

Ttroitl
Detr~oit


1 2 -

1 2 -


7 15 18 27 16 23 19
i 5 18 _7 16 23 19


5
1


I a


-6 6 17 1 18 6
- 5 18 14
- 1
6 1 11 17 4 2 2 5 1 -
R 12 T 11 :4 n 2A y' 2 25 14


. 2 2 1 7 -
Calif. 16 25 13 11 1 21 23
Florida 1 22 2S 37 49 66 94 106 117 27
Texas 80 88 80 116 85 92 41 -
Cuba 1- -1
Total 19 PR 14 113 114 117 185 151 188 149 119 55 2


Fort Worth


Total 2 6 1 2 2 1
Kanasa City
riz. 1 1 1 -
Calif. 10 11 14 2 4 24 15
Florida 1 4 21 -
Texas 8 11 13 14 24 47 45 7 1
Total 11 11 14 f10 11 13 14 24 48 49 Z3 26 lb


Ba]


~ -- --I ---


I~ 15 1 i7 16 23 19 T1?- ~iIIII


-- n


rr rr ~rcu -- -ul lu ~-r -~


--


Cl


T





- 12 -


UNI0ADS OF MRAPERUIT in 24 CITIES I=OM JULY 194.-t'E.RU.JiLY 1941
BY MNTE S ALD BY STAES OF ORIGINa (ONT'D)
-A IOTS


I JUYI AUG.SEPT. OCT.I NOV.I DEC.I JAN.1 FEB.I MR. APR.I MAY I JUNEI JULY


6 26 53 55 42 29 5 5 2 -
Calig. 7 4 4 4_-
Total 6 2f 5. s5 4- 29 12 I -
,Minneaolis
Ariz. -- 1 3
Calif. 6 4 10 4 1 19 13
Florida 2 3 3 17 43 1 -
Teas 42 64 54 88 56 9 26 4


6 .9 8 5


2 3 4 7 12 30 13 5
1 10 13 10 1 -
13 17 17- -.1-3 30 1- 3


Calif. 57 40 21 37 93
Florida 40 5 429 526 685 835 636 769 793 740 316 21
Texas 36 102 55 61 37 27 7 -
Cuba 38 202 93 -
Haiti 9 4 4 1 1
Puerto Bico 9 17 33 3 18
Tfbtal 106 96 20a4 592 628 740 896 673 796 800 740 356 133
Ar iz .. .. 6 6 -
Calif. 2 1
Florida 1 -
Texas 3 5 5 6 6 13 10 4 1 -
Total 3 5 6 6 '13 17 10 3 1
ladelmhia
Ariz. -
Calif. 18 10 9 9 17
Florida 3 132 164 134 200 165 233 228 196 67 27
Texas 23 36 37 40 31 26 9 -
Total 22 10 9 -3bb 2l00 171 240 196 259 237 196 7b 7 4
Atsburgah
Ariz. 4 --- -
Calif. 7 9 6 5 21 16
Florida 36 39 11 48 53 78 84 82 31 -
Texas 39 50 53 67 41 20 14 -
uba 2 1 -
1Total 11 9 8 81 89 64 115 94 -998 98 82 52


5 -
12 7

17 7


- 14 15 10 19 13 13 22 18 4
9 4 3 3 3 4 7 11 11 13 16
1 2 4 4 2 6 1 -
- 6 1 -68 '4 2 '7 2 18. 5
-S1t0. 185


St. Louis
Ariz. 4- 7 -
Calif. 21 9 3 19 12
Florida 1 1 7 39 68 19 -
Texas 6- 7 91 91 130 129 139 95 18 -
Total 25 8 9 71 91 92 130 129 146 14 86 45 12


St. Paul
Ariz.
Calif .
Florida
Texas
TeN+A


- .1 24 15 17 18 24 7
. 11 24 15 17 18 25 10


1 -
2 1
5 -
3 -
9 2 1


10 12 11 12 10 18 10 16 10
2 2 3 2 6 7 8 10 23 10
2 1--T5--1T6 --1ZT17-] 26 T2,


State


- : n -it n"
New Orleans
Calif.
Florida
Texas
Cuba.


New


r Ynrk Cit


0]




Ph


Pi


Portland. Ore.
Ariz.
Calif.
Florida
Texa s ,


4
_ ' .


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


--


i


--


-~V~~LVL '" I C -C -- ~- -- C- --- I-


San Francisco
Ariz.




- 13 -


UNLOADS OF GRAPIEF~ IT in 24 CITIES TRCM JULY 1940 THRU JULY 1941
BY MONTS AIMD BY STATES OF ORIGIN (CONT'D)
CARLOTS
State JULYI AG. lSPT. OCT. NOV. DEC.I JAN.. TB.1 MAl.I APR. MAY I JUREI JULY

iz. 8 11 21 16 31 13 11 21 25 24
Calif. 13 9 11 9 4 8 12 11 14 19 12 7 28
Florida 3 1 4 5 6 4 -
IT 5 a
Washington
Calif. -- 3
Florida 1 18 27 31 25 28 4 8 9 -
Texas 2 1 10 8 5 6 -
Total 1 8 19 57 39 30 34 4 8 9 4
Note- Unloads available on only 24 cities effective July 1, 1940.













UNLOADS OF FLIRIDA TANGERINES in 24 CITIES
FROM OCTOBER 1940 THRU MAY 1941
CABIOTS
City OCT, I NOV I DEC. I JAN. FEB. APR. IMAY
Atlanta 2 -
Baltimore 6 34 23 13 2 1
Boston 20 83 109 72 10 1
Chicago 14 92 68 41 -
Cincinnati 10 43 38 26 2 -
Cleveland 11 39 43 29 -
Dallas 1 -
Denver 1 2 -
Detroit 8 69 46 29 2 -
Fort Worth -- -
Kansas City 4 6 2 2
Los Angeles -
Minneapolis 11 6 6 -
New Orleans 1 2 6 -
New York City 128 353 438 317 107 20 1
Oklahoma City -
Philadelphia 16 113 126 72 12 1
Pittsburgh 13 66 65 39 6 -
Portland, Ore. 2 -
St. Louis -- 32 18 2 -
St. Pul 1 -
San Francisco -
Seattle -- # 1 1
Washington 6 1 1 -

1#-Additional tangerine unloads Chicago. 1 car Texas unloaded in December.


St. Louis,
Seattle,


2 cars Texas unloaded in December.
50 cars Japan unloaded in December,






- 14 --


UNMIADS OF MIX CIT US in 24 CITES JOM JUTLY -140 THRU JULY .1941
BY DNTFS AND BY STATES OF ORIGIN
S-,tt- CAi s ..
State I JOI3YI AUG. SEPT. OCT.I NOV.I DEC.1 JAN.I FEB. MAR.1 APR. MAY JUNE JULY

if. 2 1- 3 7
Florida -. 2 10 4 1 1 1 -
Total 2 1 2 1o 4 1 1 4
Baltimore
Calif. 0 11 1 1 3 10
Florida 3 28 40 49 42 27 24 18 11 5
Texas 4 -
STtal 20 11 4 44 49 42 7 25 18 14 1

if. 2 2 9 7 5
Florida 2 28 97 143 117 76 65 46 26 -
Texas 1 1 -
Total 4 29 98 143 117 78 74 '5 31 K


Chicago

Calif.
Florida
Texas

Cinciniia
Calif.

Florida
l Tots

Calif.




D
Texas
otri al





Calif.
Texas


30 39 35

3f- -


4 12 13

4 1'2 13


16 6 6

16---


6 2


S 2


S 2 5 4 1
15 8 3 3 12 10 7 2 23 26
1 33 57 62 34 9 12 30 12 -
.6. 4. 7 7 3 2 3 -
22 4z7 2.7.6 15 5 22 -9 32 35 -26


1 4 7 3 15 22
, 26 32 59 34 25 21 26 11 2
3 26 32 59 34 29 28 29 26 24


5 3 26 3 5 5 2 -
14 1 29 20 11 16 21
14------
.. 2 7 32 25 16 18 21


- 1


1
1 -
3


3 -
----- ---- -


1 4


- 3 2
-- --2


12 13 18


- 2 3 1 -
5 1 3 3 5 7 3 10 7
2 11 13 27 32 9 15 15 4
2 q 1 -


Texa -
Eort Worth- - 1 1
Kansas City
Calif. - - 1 1 - - -
Florida 1 2-
oTzexas _ 3 1 6 5 -
bTtal --- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -2-- 3 2 1 1 d -: ---


Los Anaeles -
al"if. 1 3 4 1 2 2 1 1 1
Florida 1 2 1 3 4 1 -
Texa 1 8 3 12 11 9 1 -
otal 1 3 4 1 9 6 15 IQ 10 5 2 1 -


7 2 3 -


7- --2 A-


1 7
3 1 1

- --


Detroit
Aiz.
Calif.
Florida
1'~anr.c


New -OrLean

Florida
IA'.


I"


----


~-~ -- -'I


I I I 3 I I I


9 -


I I


I II I


6 21 27 32 29 16 1.8 21


I


IIII


--


- I


--~


. 4 3


v





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UNLOADS OF MI~ CITUS in 24 CITIES FRCM JULY 1940 TRU YJUIY 1941
BY MONTHS A-i BY SATES OF ORIGIN (CONT'D )
CARIOTS
state | JULY AUG. I SEPT.* OCT. NOV.I DEC.j JAN.1 FB. MAR.j APR.| MAY I JUSEE JULY
New York City
Calif. 179 148 75 10 1 2 4 6 2 6 41 130
Florida 3 8 92 162 115 144 71 30 25 38 14
exsf s,1 -
Total 182 148 75 18 94 162 118 148 77 32 31 797 1-
Oklahoma, City -. -
Philadebphia
Calif-. 19 26 24 5 2 1 1 1 9 37
Florida 76 138 121 79 56 35 50 24 8
Texas 1 1 -
Total- 19 26. 24 B 79 13E 122 80 57 35 51 33 47
Calif. 12 17 8 8 6 4 3 4 4 11 8
Florida 3 24 46 77 48 23 12 22 3
exas -. 2 3 -. -
.. tal 12 17 8 11 32 53 77 51 27 16 22 14 8
Portland. Ore.
riz. 1 2 2 1 -
Calif. 3 1 1 2 3 2 2 4 3 13
Florida 4 -. -
Total 3 1 2 4. 7 2 3 2 4 3 13
Caiif. 14 6 15 11 1 5 2 2 10 14
Florida 3 4 16 6 3 7 7 3 -
Teas- 16 1 10 7 1
fetal 14 15 15 19 16 27 13 9 9 9 13 4
St. Paul
f. 4 3 5 1 2 3
Florida 1 -
Texas 1 7 6 -
STotal 4 3 6 3 2 7 5 4 2 2 3



7oli. -- -------1 -
Toal -
Seattle
Ariz. 1 1 1 -
Caliofa, 6 12 6 7 5 1 1 1 1 7
btal 6 12 6 7 5 2 1 7
Calif. 2 1 3
Florida 2 2 1 1 2 1 1 -
Texas -
SUnTotal available on only 24 cities effective July 1 19 1

_Vote- Unloads available on only 24 cities effective July 1, 1940.




- 16 -


TRUCK PEIPTS OF GRANGES .in 10 CITIES FOiM JULY 1940 T1RU JULY 1941
BY MONXTIS AQm BY STATES OF ORIGIN,
......----- , ___APB0OXIM!A! CAIRITS
State I LY AUG.IEPT. OCT. .1 D. JA. FB. MAR. AEWR. MA&l I JuTMl JULY
Atlanta
nortal 1 61 184 301 265 191 215 157 130 84 17

Florida 8 6 14 22 40 33 21 -
Texas 3 1 21 8 17 30 1. -


isas -Ciy
Calif. 7 4 8 5 1 -
Florida -
Texas 5 8 15 38 26 32 15 -
Tot -4 1 515 4 120 1 -


iz - 1 1 -- -
.Calif 461 449 403 43 383 500 417 406 441 44 435 296 349
Tn.i 4- 1 44Q 403 430 33 500O 418 406 442 424 4S5 296 349


Calif. 1 1 -
Florida 2 1 3 2 5 2
La. 3 31 67 84 46 39 16 1 -
Texas 8 1 1 1 -


New York City



Calif. -------
Florila 9 0 9 24 15 12 7 4 -



Florida 1 2 3 7 10 3 -
TC.7ai 2 - 2 -
74tal 9 20 69 24 5 11 75 i
SID Francisco
Calif. 7 Q 1 .



ca l 74 102 73 125 93 126 121 125 138 175 104 84 9
Total 74 ,.i 73 125 93 126 121 125 138 175 104 84 9


* Largely local haul.


v Orleans


r r r


LI;at


Washington
^floid





- 17 -


TRUCK RECEIPTS OF RAP=ES!IT in 10 CITIES FROM JULY 1940 TRU JULY 1941
BY MNTES AND .Y STATES OF ORIGIN
APRfOXMATE CAIflTS
state I JULY I G.1 SEPTj OCT. NOV.I IEC.I JAN.j rB. MAIR. APR. MAY JUE JULY
Atla ta
Florida 4 1 33 52 41 79 54 69 69 59 15 1
Texas 1 1 2 -
-Total 4 1t ff 4 80 54 71 69 59 Is 1


- 1 1 1 1 3
- 82 78 98 95 44 17
S 22 82 7q q8 96 45 20


:3 1 -


u Ci+v
nsPas Cityv


Calif. -- 1 -
Florida 1 22
Texas 3 3 0 50 5
Teta1 28 33 RR 63 P 50 25-


Los AMeles


Calif. 113 117 100 91 61 113 133 136 177 166 128 103 112
Ariz 2 44 98 88 79 66 46 51 82 36 2
Total 135 117 100 135 159 201 ?1 202 ?;d 217 210 139 114


S15 10
S 1 11 1A


2 2 1 -
1 1- 1 -


Florida 1 2 5 -
Toal. 1 -) r r ..


6 3 4
- 1 1
1 1 0


3 3 1 2 -


- 1 1 1 1 1 -
2317 ~ 13 23 212~


Ariz. 15 3 12 25 20 14 7 9 10 10 10 1
Calif 30 28 20 15 17 25 23 2 4 40 29 24 26
Total 21 33 28 a 40 37 .39 0 3 50 39 34 7


Washington


Noe- Truck receipts available on 10 cities only.


Noe Orleans
Florida
La.
Texas
"r+.Atl


Philadelphia
Florida
Texas
T


St- Louis
Florida
Texas
Total


Florid. 1 5 10 15 20 20 31 25 15 5 -
To-al 1 5 10 15 20 20 31 25 15 5 -


.


Maw York City


Tpor s 1 1;d 15 3 1 3- 3 1 -


23.1... .. ... ..1i21 16 I


Chicago
Florida
Texas
Tot l


Brar


~





- 18 -


WSUCK RECEIPTS OF' TAmGERImES In 10 CITIES jq04 OCT. 1940 TJIB MAY 1941
BY DNTES ANo BY STATES OF ORIGIN

state I CT. NIov. I nC. 3I J EB MA. APR I M
A Al -_..S


Tota 15 39 21 2 4 1

ida 4 12 1 3 2-
.

Knsasi y .



La. '10 1 -
Total 10 15 10 1 -



P^Uhia his-_

Total 1 5 .- .



(Wb if 1 1 5 1 -
Tnlal 1 1 5 1 ----
Washington


* Large percentage local haul.


Tnoia T I! 9 1
Tota -_ -V 10 D I 1 -





- 19 -


DISTRIBUTIOI F FTrIDA CIT. R (RAIt,. BOAT & TJrCK) 1940-41 SEASON


A distribution nearly half-way between the high of two years ago and the
relatively light year of 1939-40 was obtained during the 1940-41 season. Destinations
were tabulated on a grand total of 83,219 oars compared to 68,200 cars last year and over
100,000 two years ago. Of this total for the 1940-41 season, the rail movement accounted
for more than half or 46,651 cars ccpared to 17,615 by boat and 18,935 by truck. During
the past three seasons, rail shipments have represented 56-59 percent of the distribution,
boat 19..7 percent and truck 17-23 percent.


Of all classes of citrus, the commercial grapefruit distribution for the season
was the most equitable. The proportionate increase in volume of Florida grapefruit ship-
ments was approximately two-thirds more than last season. Instead of the continued trend
of increased supplies to the East and less to the West, there were proportionately less
cars destined to the eastern markets and comparatively more to the niddlewest. This was
largely due to the decrease in Texas shipments since this State was practically through
shipping by April 20th. There was only one time after this date when the Texas movement
of traight cars exceeded 10 a day. At this time, Florida was still shipping in fairly
heavy volume and a considerable portion of this movement went to the middlewest. Without
including relief, many mid-western states received more than double the number of cars
of Florida grapefruit as compared to a year ago and, in some instances, the increase was
as high as three times. Such eastern states as Maryland, Massachusetts, New York and
Pennsylvania received relatively less Florida pefruit than last year. 'In contrast to
grapefruit, the middlewest received proportionally less oranges and tangerines and the
east corresponingly more than for the year proceing. The increase in the total orange
distribution was I1-1/2 percent above last season, while the tangerine movement was 20 per-
cent heavier. The tendency in 'mixed' cars, destined to the adjacent southern states,
continued to decline. However, the truck movement destined mostly to these states, main-
tained its continued increases. One trend constant in all classes was the marked increase
in the number of oars bound for Canadian points. Florida tangerines were destined to many
Canadian markets formerly supplied by Japan.
For the first time, since Florida citrus destinations have been made available,
distribution to some points includes half cars because of boat shipments during the season
which moved under combined carrier rates. From a total of 29 cities and towns in 1939-40,
boat distribution increased to 95 in 1940-41. A segregation of relief car destinations
has again been made. Under the heading "Total All" both coanercial and relief cars have
been combined.


The total volume of truck shipments continued to increase. Two years ago or
in 1938-39, the truck movement accounted for 17 percent of the distribution ccapared to
21 percent in 1939-40 and 23 percent during the 1940-41 season. The State of Georgia alcne
received approximately 1,650,000 boxes of Florida citrus, and North Carolina exceeded the
million box mark with a total of 1,043,908. Approximate proportionate increases of oranges,
by truck, were received by Alabama, Georgia, North Carolina and Virginia while Tennessee
Louisiana, Wisconsin and Illinois increased their receipts considerably compared to the 29
percent increase in the total truck volume of oranges. As with the rail movement, grape-
fruit by truck was also proportionately much heavier to the middlewest, particularly to the
States of Missouri, Illinois, Wisconsin and Ohio. Tangerines showed a wide variation, but
generally the long hauls received considerably more than a year ago.




In comparing the rail, boat and truck distribution with shipments, it should be
kept in mind that shipments were made before the Market News Office was opened and after
it was closed and destinations of these shipments were not available. There were 1,283
cars of 'mixed' citrus shipped via express. The passing through the Florida gateways
Potomac Yard and Cincinnati correcte by diversions at Savannah, Atlanta and Cincinnat),
together with boat destinations and truck passing at guard stations in the northern part
of the State, form the basis of the distribution figures. Rail diversions accomplished
beyond Potamac Yard and Cincinnati and those beyond the Florida gateways and unloaded this
side of Potomac Yard and Cincinnati are not shown.






S CITUBIRTSID Glf FICE )


1 4-0491 SEASON


PAnstan
Athens
Decatur
Demopolis
Dothan
Fort PE6ne
Gadsden
Greenville
Huntsville
Luvere
Mobile
Montg
Opel ]
Selma
Sheffield
Talladega
Tuscaloosa
York
Total


Total


Belleville
Brantford.
Drnmmondville
Hamilton
Kingston
London
Montreal
Ottawa
Quebec
St. Catharines
Three Rivers
Toronto
Trenton
West Toronto
Windsor
Winnipeg
Total

brid gport
East Hatford
Hartford
Manchester
New Haven
Norwalk
Norwich
So. Manchester
So. Norwalk
Stamford
Wallingford
Waterbury
Total


Milton
Newark
Wil ington
Total


14
1
438
12
2
13
1
15
1
3
40
1
25
4
9
8
--53,,g


DINT OF COUMBA
Total 8 12


Atla a 74
ugusta 18
Colnbus 146
Dalton 2
Dawson 3
#Bverett 1
Ft. Banning 2
Ft. Oglethorpe 1
La Grange 5
Macon 12
Menlo 1
Milledgeville 2
Newnan 1
Rome 15
Sunmerville 3
Valdosta 1
Vidalia 7
West Point
Total

loomington 2
Cairo 1
Carbondale 27
Champaign 6
Chicago 1,979
Danville 24
Decatur 4
Dixon 3
East St. Louis 4
Edwardsville 1
Eldorado 3
Peoria 21
Rockford 2
Rock Island 9
Springfield 3
Total
Muke lMal

Bnerson 5
Bedford 2
Bloacington 1
Connersville 2
Evansville 98
Ft. Wayne 58
Gary 2
Indianapolis 190
Koklmo 1
La Fayette 5
Logansport 4
Muncie 1
New Albany 2
Richmond 9
Seymour 5
South Bend 3
Terre Eaute
Total

rlino 4
Carrol 1


2
1
2
7
2
3
266
13
11
3
2
2
231
1
3
9



117
7
353
6
358
3
6
2
2
3
1



8
1
-


Des Moines
Dubuque
Sioux City
Waterloo
Total

ittsburg
Wichita
Total

sEland
Bowling Green
Ca mbellsville
Corbin
Danville
Elizabethtown
Ft. Knox
Frankfort
Glasgow
Harlan
Hazard
Henderson
Hopkinsville
Jackson
Jenkins
Lawrenceburg
Lebanon Jet.
Lexington
Louisville
Maysville
Murray
Owensboro
Paducah
Paintsville
Pineville
Russell
Shelbyville
Somerset
Winchester
Total
LOUISIATIA
Baton Rouge
Bogalusa
New Orleans
Total

/ Bangor
Ellsworth
Portland
Rockland
Waterville
Wiscasset
Total

Annapolis
Baltimore
Catonsville
Elkton
Frederick
Hagerstown


4
4
49
1
10
lO



1



8
1
4
1
3
2
1
1
5
10
3
11

1
1
1
125
476
5
4
22
13
1
1
1
1
1



1
1
--535

4
1
85
2
3


2 1/2
1,113
1/2
1
5
2 1/2


.. ..





-21 -


fT1TWFTR fl~~R (nT WWRnF~h& flTRI!~I (~Rbrr & WIA!P\


1adfLAl RWARf}H


YM3iRTIAD(Cont'd.)
Malboro 1/2
Salisbury 1
Silver Spring 6
Towson 1/2
Westminster 1/2
Total 1

Abington 2
Armory 1
Boston 3,185
Brockton 3
Cambridge 1
Dorchester 5
East Cambridge 1
Fitchburg 15
HaverhilI 1
Lasnence 3
Milford 1
New Bedford 1
Newburport 1
No. Abington 14
Pittsfield 3
Revere 7
Somerville 332
pringfield 225
Worcester
Total ,

Battl Creek 3
Bay City 1
Camp Custer 1
Detroit 930
Flint 33
Grand. Bpids 110
Ishpening 6
Jackson 12
Kalamazoo 2
Lansing 13
Muskegon 3
Saginaw 4
Traverse City 1
Total 1,119

uluth 5
Mankato I
Minneapolis 58
St. Cloud 1
St. Paul 17
Winona
Total
MISSISSIPPI
Belzoni 4
Brooklaven 7
Brooksville 1
Calhoun City 1
Con Shelby 16
Canon 2
Clarksdale 1
Cleveland 1
Columbia 1
Columbus 11
Corinth 10
Drew 3
Durant 1


ISeSISS= (Cont'a.)-
Greenwood 17
Grenada 11
Hattiesburg 8
Hazelhurst 1
Jackson 121
Laurel 17
Louisville 4
Macon 2
Meridian 24
Moorhead 2
Natchez 10
New Albany 5
Oxford 1
Philadelphia 6
Pontotoc 1
Ripley 1
SherBan 2
Tchula 3
Tupelo 36
West Point 2
Winona 1
Yazoo Ciy .
Total


Joplin
Kansas City
St. Joseph
St. Louis
Springfield
Yo- tal


Omaha
Total
NEW IM SS
Concord
Dover
Keene
Laconia
Manchester
Total

Atlantic City
Asbury Park
Bridgeton
Camden
Jersey City
Newark
No. Hawthorne
Ocean City
Paterson
Penns Grove
Princeton
Rutherford
Trenton
Vineland
Waverly
Wildwood.
Woodbury
Total

Albany


3
34
2
379



4



3
1
1
4
11

19
2
20
1
609
25
1




355
1
1


307 1/2


E .(Cont'd.) 1
Batavia 1
Binbgambon 40
Buffalo 337
Cortland 5
Dundee 1
Elmira 59
Geneva 17
Hornell 1
Ithaca 4
Jamaica 1
Jamestown 2
Kingston 1
Long Island City 1
Malone 5
Maspeth 2
Menands 15
New York City 10,774
Niagara Falls 11
Norwich 7
Olean 12
Portville 1
Poughkeepsie 7
Rensselaer 8
Rochester 167
Schenectady 36
Syracuse 170
Troy 12
Utica 38
Waterford 18
Watertown
Total 1/2

AshBeille 34
Burlington 1
Charlotte 116
Fayetteville 9
Fort Bragg 4
Gastonia 1
Goldsboro 8
Greensboro 3
Greenville 3
Hickory 8
Monroe 1
Mt. Airy 1
Raleigh 84
Rock Mt. 1
Sanford 4
Shelby 3
Weldon 1
Wilmington 46
Winston Salemn
Total

Akron 70
Ashtabula 5
Athens 1
Barnesville 2
Bellaire 1
Bellefontaine 18
Canton 9
Cincinnati 1,194
Cleveland 748
Clyde 1
Columbus 199
Dayton 51


C~YLCY~L~Y"- -~l-r~~ru.~rrrrrru ~J--r~-~-~r~- -..-rr r~-~--


.





-22w

DIST~RZSIBTION .(Z 6 EZOR~CITRUS .(RBI~n & sBQA 1940.41 9~ASW


.ZQ (Cont'f.)
East Liverpool 1
Fremont 12
Gellipolis 1
Hamilton 1
Jamestown 1
Lima 1
Lorain 7
Marion 1
Massillon 10
Ottawa 1
Portsmouth 33
Sringfield 30
seubenville 2
Toledo 137
Warren 3
Xenia 30
Youngstown


O ahoma City 3
Tulsa
Total

Allentown 26 1/2
Altoona 115 1/2
Bangor 1/2
Berwick 1
Bethlehen 16 1/2
Braddock 3
Bradford 1
Butler 2
Carlisle 2 1/2
Carnegie 2
Cbanbersburg 1/2
Chester 15 1(2
Coatesville 1/2
Cresson 6
Donora 2
Du Bois 1
Easton 10
Erie 7 1/2
Greensburg 2
Hanover 3 1/2
Harrisburg 28 1/2
Hazelton 4
Hellertown 1
Homestead 1
Huntingdon 1
Johnstown 41
Lancaster 13
Lebanon 3
Lehighton 2
Mc Keesport 1
Media 5 1/2
Milton 1
Nazareth 1/2
Oil City 6
Philadelpia 4,034
Phoenixvlle 1 1/2
Pittsburgh 996
Pottstown 1


QW== (Cont' d)
GYM0 -1/2
Quakertown 1/2
ea~drng 30
Scranton 107
Sharon 2
State College 1
Tamaqua 43 1/2
Tarent=u 1
Uniontown 8
pper Darby 26 1/2
Washington 1
Wayne 3
Waynesboro 1/2
West Chester 9 1/2
Wilkes Barre 67 1(2
Williamsport 9 1/2
York Tol
Total 5,689


RBDDE iSLAD
O0neyville
Peawtuckat
Providence
Total
SOUTE CABOLIRA
Aiken
Anderson
Belton
Charleston
Chester
Columbia
Conway
#Florence
Greenville
Greenwood
Orangeburg
Spartanburg
Stnter
Walterboro
Yemassee
Total


Bristol
Brownsville
Bruceton
Chattanooga
Clarksville
Columbia
Cookeville
Crossville
Dyersburg
Feyettevle
Jackson
Johnson City
Knoxville
Lebanon
Lexington
Mc Kenzie
Memphis
Morristown


79
4
322


1
1
1
65
11
28
1
18
62
17
12
25
2
1



3
1
1
1
120
6
3
2
2
4
1
30
9
71
3
1
7
420
22


3Oro 3
Nashville 348
Paris 17
Pulaski 1
Ripley 1
Shelbyville 3
Trenton 2
Tullahoma 2
Union City
Total 1,85

Abilene 1
Dallas 4
Ft. Worth 4
San Antonio 1
Wichita Falls
Total 11

Bellows Falls 3
Brattleboro 2
Burlington 6
Manchester 1
St. Johnsbury 2
White River Je.....
Total 16
VIRGIN
Alexandria 3
Appalachia 2
Bristol 4
Charlottesville 1
Danville 3
lynchburg 8
Newort News 3
Noolk 22 1/2
Roanoke 13
Winchester
Total 0 1/2

BW&ueie 6
Charleston 15
Clarksburg 2
Fainnont 30
Huntington 27
Mabscott 2
Martinsburg 1/2
Parkersburg 2
Wheeling 1/
Total 94 1/2

Appleton 13
Eau Claire 1
Fond du Lac 2
Green Bay 1
Kenosha 3
Madison 9
Milwaukee 135
Racine 4
Wausaua
Total


GRAND TOTAL ORANGES 1940-41


SEASON 37,614 Cars.


# Diversion Points.


I I I J | II I






DISTRIBUTION gF fLIOIA CITEUS (RAIL. & BQA 1940..1 .SEASON


li, -12t 36t


Abbevlle
Aliceville
Andalusia
Amniston
Athens
Bffiinnghamn
Brewton
Chatonm
Clanton
Clayton
Columbiana
Decatur
Dothan
Eutaw
Evergreen
Floreace
Fort Payne
Gedsden
Geneva
Greensboro
Greenville
Humtsville
Linden
Livingston
Luverne
Mobile
Montganery
Opelisa
Phenix City
Roanoke
Russellvillo
Scottsboro
Selma
Talladega
Troy
Tuscaloosa
Tuskegee
Union Springs
Total


1
1
2
4
1
110
1
1
3
2
2
5
2
1
2
1
1
1
1
2
1
3
2
2
3
3
13
2
1
1
1
2
1
2
2
2
4
4 ^


elleville 1
Brantford 1
Guelph 6
Hamilton 4
Kingston 3
London 7
Montreal 191
North Bay 9
Ottawa 14
Quebec 12
Regina 1
St. Catharines 13
Toronto 272
Vancouver 7
Victoria 2
West Toronto 8
Windsor 14
WimTotal

Denver 1
Total 1


1

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


0NCTIUT
Bridgeport 50
Ceda Hill1 6
East Hartford 14
Hartford 101
New Haven 51
Norwich 5
Stamford 6
Wallingford 9
Waterbury 4
Total


3
3
3
3
6
9
-4


ELALWAME
Dover 3 1/2
Milton 1/2 -
Wilmington 112
Total 15 1/2 3

Washington 1
Total 15


pley 8
Crestview 3
De uniak Springs 5
Lake City 3
Live Oak 1
Madison 8
Mariana 10
Milton 6
Panama City 4
Pensacola 10
Quincy 3
River Junction 6
Tallahassee
Total


8
3
5
3
1
8
10
6
4
10
3
6
-4


4 Albany
Athens
Atlanta
Augusta
S Blakely
S Columbus
S Cordele
S Cuthbert
Dalton
S Decatur
Dublin
Gainesville
S Greensboro
S Griffin
S Hartwell
S La Grange
S Macon
S Marietta
Mo ae
Milledgeville
Moultrie
Newnan
Rome,
*Savannah
= Swainsboro
Sunerville
Thonasville
Thonmson


G A(Cont'd) 3
Valdosta 5
Vidalia 2
*Waycross 11
Waynesboro 2
West Point
Total
IILINOIS
Alton 2
Anna 2
Beardstown 2
Benton 6
Bloomington 2
Bridgeport 2
Canton 4
Cairo 2
Carmi 4
Carthage 2
Centralia 2
Champaign 7
Chicago 609
Danville 12
Decatur 5
Dixon 2
Du Qaoin 2
East Moline 2
4ast St. Louis 5
Edwardsville 8
Eldorado 6
Elgin 5
Freeport 2
Galesburg 9
Gillespie 4
Hillsboro 2
Jacksonville 2
Joliet 4
Kanklake 4
Kewanee 1
La Salle 2
Lincoln 4
Macomb 1
Manteno 2
Marion 7
Mattoon 2
Metropolis 2
Mormouth 2
Mounds 2
Mt. Carmel 1
Mt. Vernon 2
Murphysboro 2
No. Chicago 2
Pekin 3
Peoria 15
Peru 2
Pittsfield 2
Pontiac 3
incy 2
Kobinson 2
Rockford 6
Rock Island 5
Shelbyville 2
axta 2
rinfield 2
erhng 3
Streator 1


3
5

2
11


2


2
2
2
6
2
2
2
2
2
2



2
2
2


2
5
8
6
5
2
2
4

4
1
2
4
1
2
4
1
2
7
2
2
1
2
2
2
2
3
3
2
2
2
2
4
2
2
2
2
1





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DIS~RBUTION ORIDA n cIIus -(RAL & BOAT) 1940-41 SEASON

GRMEumrIT (CaInummo

Bal Tgal e ~


Cont'd)
Tayorsville 2
Ur ana 4
White Hall
Total -10
I[NDIANA
Anderson 2
Bedford 2
Blocmington 2
Brazil 1
Columbus 2
Connersville 1
Evansville 17
Ft. Wayne 23
Frankfort 2
Gary 1
Hanmnond 14
Indiana Harbor 1
Indianapolis 54
Kolakmo 4
La Fayette 2
Michigan City 2
Montezuma 2
Muncie 2
New Albany 2
Petersburg 2
Ricbmond 5
South Bend 4
Sullivan 2
Terre Haute 12
Vincennes
Total 165d

Burlengon 2
Cedar ids 8
Clinton 2
Davenport 2
Des Moines 21
Dubuque 1
Muscatine 2
Sioux City 2
Waterloo
Total

Salinas
Total 5

ardstowmn 1
Barbourville 1
Beattyville 1
Bowling Green 1
CarrolIton 1
Catlettsburg 1
Central City 1
Corbin 1
Danville 1
Ft. Knox 1
Frankfort 1
Glasgow 2
Greenville 1
Harlan 1
Hartford 1
Hazard 3


2


2

2
2
2
1
5
3
1
10
1
5
3
2
2
2
2
2
3
3
2
4
















1
-














1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
2


1' C (Cont'd)T'd)
Henderson 1 1 Cmbridge28
Hickman 1 1 Fitchburg 7
Hitchins 1 1 Framingham 5
Hopkinsville 1 1 Gloucester 5
Irvine 1 1 Greenfield 2
Jackson 1 1 Haverhill 5
Lebanon 1 1 Hyannis 5
Leitchfield 1 1 Lawrence 8
Lexington 31 2 Lee 2
London 1 1 Lowell 6
Lothair 1 Marlboro 5
Louisa 1 1 Medford 1
Louisville 90 Milford 6
Madisonville 1 1 New Bedford 8
Mayfield 1 1 Newburyport 5
Maysville 1 1 North Abington 4
Morehead 1 1 Northampton 5
Morganfield 1 1 Pittsfield 9
Mt. Sterling 1 1 Plymouth 4
Murray 1 1 Quincy 10
Newport 1 1 Salem 12
Owensboro 3 1 Somerville 128
Paducah 1 Springfield 66
Paintsville 1 1 Taunton 10
Pikeville 1 1 Ware 3
Pineville 1 1 Worcester
Prestonburg 1 1 Total 1,
Princeton 1 1
Providence 1 1 MIC AN
Richmond 1 1 Adrian
Royalton 1 1 Amna 2
Russell 6 Battle Creek 8
Russellville 1 1 Bay City 11
Somerset 3 3 Benton Harbor 4
Whitesburg 1 1 Big apids 6
Whitle Cadillac 2
Tal Cheboygan 9
Detroit 518
LOUSIAA Flint 32
New Urleans 65 Gaylord 1
Shreveport .- Gladstone 4
Total 5 Grand Rapids 83
Greenville 2
MAN Hancock 6
Bnor 3 3 Hartford 4
Gardiner 4 4 Hillsdale 3
Portland 20 3 Holland 2
Rockland 1 onia 5
Van Buren 4 Iron Mountain 4
Total 4 Ironwood 4
Ishpeming 5
MARYLAN Jackson 10
Baltimore 446 6 Kalamazoo 9
Cumberland 1 Lansing 7
Frederick 1 Lapeer 2
Silver Spring 2 Ludington 2
Westminster 1/2 Manistee 2
Total 4 1/2 6 Menominee 2
Monroe 4
MASSACHUSETTS Mt. Pleasant 2
Aingon 1 Muskegon 4
Armory 19 19 Owosso 6
Athol 3 3 Pontiac 8
Bedford 1 Port Huron 4
Boston 1,213 21 Saginaw 13
Brockton 13 12 Sault Sa. Marie 2


28
7
5
5
2
5
5
8
2
6
5
6
8
5
5
9
4
9
12

8

3

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




25-

DISTRI UTION OF FIXBm CI124S (RBAI & BOATP 1940-41 SEASON


flTo Bef5f0


MICRIGC (Cont'd)
Traverse City 8
Urania Ct
Total

Aitkin 2
Anoka 2
Bagley 1
Bemidji 5
Benson 2
Bock 2
Brainerd 3
Buffalo 1
Carlton 1
Crookston 2
Detroit Lakes 5
Duluth 6
Elbow Lake 2
Fairmont 1
Faribault 2
Fergus Falls 4
Geylord 2
Glenwood 1
Grand Rapids 2
Hopkins 2
International calls 1
Little Falls 1
Mankato 2
Marshall 2
Minneapolis 65
Minn. Transfer 1
Ortonville 2
Owatonna 1
Pinq City 2
Pinestone 1
Bed Wing 3
Redwood Falls 1
Roseau 2
St. Cloud 1
St. Paul 11
St. Peter 1
Shakopee 1
Staples 3
Stillwater 2
Walker 3
Warren 2
Waseca 1
Worthington
Total


Camp Shelby 8
Drew 1
Hattiesburg 2
Jackson 1
Laurel 2
Mc Comb 1
Meridian 2
Tupelo _
Total

Kansas City 18
St. Louis __1
Total


8 Billings
Butte
3 Great Falls
Total


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



2
4
2
1
2
2
1
1
2
2
2
2
1


NEW P SHTEE
Berlin
-Manchester
Portsmouth
Total


Atlantic City
Bridgeton
CEnaen
Elizabeth
Jersey City
Morris Plains
Mt. Holly
Newark
Netcong
No. Hawthorne
Paterson
Perth Amboy
Pitman
Rutherford
Trenton
Vineland
Waverly
Wildwood
Total


1 Rochester' 63 1/2
3 Rensselaer 10'
5 Schenectady 11
Suffern 2
Syracuse 50 1/2
Troy 11
3 3 Utica 19
18 18 Waterford 6
Watertown 5
-- Westfield 2
White Plains 2
Yephank 3
1/2 Yonkers 3
14 6 o,245
i/a -
6 6 A ill 10
9 9 Bryson 10
3 3 Charlotte 31
1 1 Clarkton 7
195 Durhba 3
3 3 Fayetteville 11
1 Fort Bragg 4
6 6 Goldsboro 1
6 6 Greensboro 2
6 6 New Bern 8
9 No. Wilkesboro 6
20 9 Baleih 29
3 1/2 3 Sanford 2
164 Shelby 2
1/2 Wilmington 6
4'7 1/2 -5 Windsor 16
Winston Salan ---


2 NEW YOK Total
1 Albany 139 1/2: 30
2 Auburn 1 1 ijQo
1 Binghamton 12 1/2 8 Aon
2 Brentwood 1 1 Ashtabula
1 Buffalo 165 1/2 18 Athens
S Canton 2 2 Bellefontaine
1 Chatham 1 1 Bowling Green
1 East View 4 4 Bryan
3 Elmira 14 1/2 8 Bucyrus
2 Geneva 15 Caldwell
3 Gilbert 1 1 Cambridge
2 Goshen 2 2 Canton
1 Herkimer 1 1 Cincinnati
Jamestown 2 1 Circleville
Kings Park 1 1 Cleveland.
Kingston 3 2 Columbus
Long Is. City 1 Clyde
. Machias 1 Dayton
S Machias Juncticn 2 2 Dover
. Mamaroneck 1 East Palestine
. Menands 7 Elyria
S Mexico 2 1 Fremont
Mt. Vernon 2 2 Hamilton
S Newburgh 3 3 Hillsboro
S New Rochelle 3 3 Ironton
S New York City 5,663 168 Jackson
- Niagara Falls 1 1 Lima
Norwich 1 Mc Arthur
Olean 1 Mansfield
Orangeburgh 2 2 Marion
. Oswogo 1 1 Newark
. Poughkeepsie 2 2 New Lexington


30
3
11
7
1
1
4
1
2
18
420
2
340
136
1
17
.2
4
2
5
6
2
5
2
3
1
2
2
2
5


6
'-
2
7
4


2
3
-29

10
9
18
7
7


8
6
14







2
7
14

6


2
7
1
1





4
2





1
5
2
7








2
5
2
4
15





2
2
2
5
5
2
2
1
1
2
2
5


ie0




-26-


DISRImEUTION OF MtIDRIm CITRUS (BAIL & BOAT 19(4041 SEASON


O a(Cont'd) 3
Portsmouth 9
St. Clairsville 4
Sandus1y 3
Springfield 14
Steubenville 5
Tiffin 1
Toledo 69
Wapaeoneta 2
Warren 8
Xenia 12
Youngstown 49
Zanesville _
Total 7A

Oklahma City 1
Tulsa
Total

ort and
Total


Allentown
Altoona
Bethlehem
Carlisle
Cresson
Chambersburg
Douglasville
Da Bois
East Allentown
Easton
Erie
Hanover
Harrisburg
Hazelton
Hamewood
Johnstown
Lancaster
Media
New Castle
Oil City
Philadelphia
Pittsburgh
Pottsville
Reading
Scranton
Tamaqua
Uniontown
Upper Darby
Warren
WaPnesboro
West Chester
Wilkes Barre
Williamsport
York
Total

Oineyville
Pawtucket
Providence
Total

* Relief only.


10
77 1/32
4 12
S1/2
2
1/2
1
8
7
1/2
11 1/2
2
17
1/2
1
31
3
2 1/8
2
1
1,512
466
20
3
58
1 1/2
1
11

1/2
66 i 3
10
1/2
1/2


22,q Belie
aL Ol


2
8
2
2
5

6
2
5
3











13




8
7
11
11

9



10
32
20






35
9
I-


25
5J


Aiken 6
Anderson 9
Bennettsville 6
Charleston 11
Chester 3
Colunbia 2
Fairfax 1
#Florence 9
Georgetown 3
Greenville 20
Greenwood 9
Orangoburg 9
Rock Hill 6
Spartanburg 9
Suter 10
Walterboro 9
Yemassee
Total


Total


T==ESSEE
Bristol
Brownsville
Chattanooga
Cookeville
Jackson
Johnson City
Knoxville
Memphis
Morristown
Nashville
Trenton
Tullaboha
Total


1
4
26
12
15
11
19
31
2
76
5
-S5A


,R E
Total 2

UTAH
Salt leap itty __
Total 1


Burixton
Montp eler
Rutland
Total


VIRGIN
Abingdon
Alexandria
Big Stone Gap
Charlottesville
Clifton Forge
Danville
Fredericksburg
Lynchburg
Newort News
Norfolk
*Petersburg


3 IN (Cont'cl) 5
*Ric=mond 5
Roanoke 12
Staunton _
Total


Spokane
Total


9 WEST VIRGINIA
6 Bluefield
9 Buckhannon
Charleston
Charles-Town
Clarksburg
90 Elkins
Fairmont
Grafton
S Huntington
Oak Hill
Kenova
Keyser
S Kingwood
4 Logan
9 Mabscott
12 Martinsburg
15 Morgantown
11 Moundsville
12 NeO Martinsville
Parkersburg
S Princeton
23 Richwood
5 Rcmney
S Ronceverte
9l Wayne *
Vebster Spring5
Welch
West Hamlin
Wheeling
Williamson
Total


5
7
17-


5
7
-16


4
1 1/2
4
4
1
4
3
8
3
13
5


WISCONSIN
Antigo
Appleton
Ashland
Chippewa Falls
Eau Claire
Fond du Lac
Green Bay
Hayward
Madison
Menominee
Milwaukee
Racine
Rhinelander
Sheboygan
Stevens Point
Wausax
Total


4
5
5
1/2 -


19
--A


1
1
27
1
5
5
9
6
8
3
1
2
5
3
3
1/2
5
4
4
15
4
1
10
3
1
2
3
2
14
3
TbT 1/2

1
6
2
1
5
4
6
6
16
2
78
3
4
3
2


;-
I
26
1
3
3
3
3
5
3
1
3
3
3
3
2
2
8
3
1
5
3
1
1
3
2


5




2
5



2
21
4
4



-^


RAMND TOTAL GRAPEFRUIT
1940-41 SEASON 17,272 Cars (Relief Cars 2,319)


m


!Ij^ ele





- 27 -


N OITUBIRTSID OF TIL1B )


C;AN A
Brandon
Brantford
Calgary
Cochrane
Dauphin
Edmonton
Estevan
Eston
Ft. William
Humboldt
Kenora
Lethbridge
Lloydminster
London
Montreal
Neepawa
Noranda
No. Battleford
North Bay
Port Arthur
Prince Albert
Saskatoon
Sudbury
Tiinmins
Toronto
Vancouver
Victoria
Winnipeg
Yorkbon
Total


Total

Bridgeport
New Haven
Waterbury
Total


DIST. OF OLUMBIA
Washington 10
Total 10

Atlanta 2
Total 5


2
1
7
1
1
9
1
1
1
1
1
4
2
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
6
1
2
10
6
1
14


MASUM SETTS
3 Boston
Scmerville
Springfield
8 Total


30
14
53


Flint
Grand Rapids
Lansing
Total

Duluth
Minneapolis
St. Paul
Total


266
3
--A

140
3
9



1
19
---


MISSOURI
Kansas City
St. Louis
Total


-ii


ILLINolI
Chi o 198
Danille 3
#East St. Louis 3
Springfield
Total

F yne 5
Indianapolis 6
La Tayette 1
Terre Haute
Total 15
IOWA
Des Moines
Sioux City
Total


Lexington 3
Louisville _
Total

New Orleans __.
Total

or land
Total

Blire _7
Total


NEW OIRK
Alban
Buffalo
Menands
New York City
Rochester
Schenectady
Syracuse
Total


14
31
1
1,301
11
1
1 7358


NKQBT CAROLINA
Asheville 1
Charlotte 2
Fayettevillo 1
BaLeigh 4
Sanford 1
Wilmington 1
Winston Salane
Total i1


Akron
Ashtabula
Barnesville
Bellefontaine
Canton
Cincinnati
Cleveland
Columbus
Portsmouth
Springfield
Toledo
Xenia
Youngstown
Total

Portland
Total


1
1
1
2
2
119
110
13
1
3
9
1
270


3


Allentown
Cresson
Harrisburg
Johnstown
Philadelphia.
Pittsburgh
Scranton
Sharon
Uniontown
Wilkes Barre
Total


8
1
1
2
317
175
4
1
2


providencee
Total

Charleston
Total


Chattanooga
Knoxville
Memphis
Nasville
Total


1
4
2
12
--a


t as
D Toal 1

Total

1
Total 1
WASHINGTON
Seattle 1
Total 1

Bluefield 1
Huntington 1
Wheeling
Total 5

leton 3
Appleton Jet. 1
Total


# Diversion Points.


GRADT TOTAL TNGERINES 1940.41 SEASON 3,248 Cars


194 ..S O


491 0-*41 SEASON


Total 4

ewark 5
Trenton 1
Waverly
Total 14





28 -


DISTRIBUTION OSI FURIDAn CITBS (BAIM & BOA) 1940..41 SEASON


Andalusia
Anniston
Athens
Bessemer
Biinn gban
Brundidge
Decatur
Florence
Gadsden
Geneva
Huntsville
Jasper
Mobile
Montgomery
Ozark
Selma
Shoffield
Sylacauga
Talladega
Tuscaloosa
Union Springs
Total

Helena
Total

Brantford
Calgary
DrunEondville
Hamilton
Kingston
London
Montreal
North Bay
Ottawa,
Quebec
St. Catharine
Toronto
Winnipeg


Bridgeport
Hartford
New Haven
Norwalk
Norwich
Saybrook
Torrington
Waterbuy
Total


2
12
1
1
112
1
9
3
25
1
1
1
49
1
4
2


Eaa.(cont'd ) a epM (Cont d) MISSISSIPPI (Con'd)
Camilla 1 Mdesoro 1 Kosciusko 1
Cartersville 2 Owensboro 14 Laurel 11
Columbus 7 Paducah 11 Meriddia 5
alton 1 Shelbyville 1 Natchez 1
verett 1 Somnerset New Albay 1
Griffin 1 Total 145 Philadelhia 1
Hawkinsville 1 Starkvill 1
La Grange 18 IDUISIANA Tupelo 4
Macon 8 New Orleans 20 West Point 1
Madison 1 Total Yazoo City
Menlo 3 Total 69
Milledgeville 1 Mi nE
Rome 2 dinerr 1 MISSII
Swainsboro 1 Portland 9 sas City 2
Vidalia Rumford 1 St. Joseph 2
Total Total 11 St. Louis 58
Springfield 2


2 ILLfIHIS Total 64
2 Caxbo~i ale 8 tBali re 269
16 Champaign 2 Cumberland
S cago 247 Total 3?70 Omaha
Danille 3 otalTotal
Decatur 3 MASSAC5USETTS
#East St. Louis 1 oston 57 EW HAM
Englawood 1 Brockton 4 Keen
Peoria 8 Cambridge 1 Laconia
Rockford 9 Fitchburg 1 Total
Rock Island 1 Eaverhil 1
3 Springfield 2 Lawrence 2
1 Waukegan Lynn 1 Newark 44
2 Total No. Abington 1 Paterson
6 Revere 2 Phillipsburg 4
2 DIANA Somerville 21 Trenton 7
1 Anderson 1 Springfield 45 Warren Point 1
34 Evansville 20 aorcester Waverly 7
3 Ft. Wayne 24 Total Total
18 Indianapolis 17
3 Ko!imo 1 MICHIGAN EW YORK
s 1 La Fayette 2 Creek 2 Alba 67
38 Logansport 1 Bay City 6 Batavia 3
Marion 1 Detroit 126 Binghamton 10
Muncie 1 Flint 39 Buffalo 65
New Castle 1 Grand Rapids 32 Canton 1
Richmond 3 Ionia 1 Coming 1
36 South Bend 8 Jackson 6 Elmira 6
51 Terre Haute 3 Kalamazoo 4 Geneva 6
38 Vincennes 1 Lansing 10 Hornell 3
1 Warren MuSkegon 4 Ithaca 1
4 Total 85 Port Huron 5 Jamestown 9
1 Saginaw Malone 1
1 OWA Total 21 Menands 2


Cedar Rapis
Davenport
Des Moines


Total
Wilmington
Total 1 KANSAS
Hutchinson
DIST. OF COIMMBIA Total


Washington
Total --

Albany 6
Athens 4
Atlanta 25
Augusta 10
Bainbridge 1


Ashland
Harlan
Hazard
Henderson
Lebanon
Lexington
Louisville


10 New York City 680
5 M Niagara Falls 4
7Duluth Norwich 16
+6 Minneapolis 15 Olean 14
Minn. Transfer 1 Plattsburg 1
St. Paul 6 Poughkeepsie 2
_ Thif River Falls 1 Rochester 45
Winona i1 Saranac Lake 1
Total 31 Schenectady 11
Syracuse 24
6 MISSSSIPPI Troy 8
12 Columbus 3 Utica 5
4 Camp Shlby 1 Waterford 2
2 Greenvillo 10 Westfield
1 Greenwood 2 Total 99
32 Hattiesburg 6
60 Jackson 19


137





29 -

DISTRIBUTION oF FIBIDA CITRUS (RAIL & BOAT) 1940.41 SEASON
MupED cITRus (cQaTIHnum


1=flg COINA W= = (Cont' d),
Asheville 14 Warren 3
Charlotte 18 Xenia 9
Durham 2 Youngstown 13
Fayetteville 2 Zanesville
S Fairuont 1 Total 569
Goldsboro 6
Greensboro 1 0KLAHCMA
Greenville 3 Enid 1
Hickory 1 Oklahoma City
Mt. Airy 1 Total
Raleigh 6
Rocldkingham 1 REGFOn
Salisbury 1 Port
Sanford 1 Total
Shelby 2
Wilmington PEiNSYLVANIA
Total Allentown 3
Altoona 18
OR- DAKOTA Bethlehem 8
Fargo Butler 1
Total 2 Coatesville 1
Erie 12
gHIQ Greensburg 1
Akron 4 Harrisburg 7
Ashtabula 8 Eazelton 1
Barnesville 2 Homestead 1
Bellaire 3 Lancaster 5
Bellefontaine 1 Lebanon 10
Canton 27 New Kensington 1
Cincinnati 236 Norristown 3
Cleveland 112 Oil City 3
Columbus 66 Philadelphia 568
Clyde 1 Pittsburgh 243
Dayton 11 Reading 10
East Liverpool 1 Scranton 9
Hamilton 2 Sharon 1
Jackson 1 State College 3
Lorain 13 Tamaqua 4
Mansfield 2 Uniontown 7
Marion 1 Wilkes Barre 19
Portsmouth 8 Williamsport 3
Sandus 1 York
Springfield 8 Total 46
Steubenville 3
Toledo 31 H SLA
Olneyville 6


REQoE .ISLA..(Cnt'dj EgS
Providence Aarillo
Total Houston
Total


-4


SOUTH CAROLINA
Aiken 1 UTi A
Bennettsville 1 St Lake City__.
Charleston 49 Total 1
Columbia 28
Clinton 1 YE oT
*lorence 13 Brattleboro 1
Georgetown 1 Burlington 1
Greenville 27 Rutland 1
Greenwood 5 St. Johnsbury
Laurens 2 Total 4
Monok' s Corner 2
Mullins 1 IRGINIA
Orangeburg 2 Aalahia 3
Spartanburg 16 Bristol 2
Suanter 8 Danville 2
Walterboro Lynchburg 8
Total 161 Roanoke
Total


9
Bristol 9
Bulls Gep 2
Chattanooga 53
Dickson 1
Harriman 2
Jackson 16
Johnson City 6
Kingsport 2
Enoxville 58
Lebanon 3
Mc Kenzie 3
Mc Mirnville 1
Maryville 1
Memphis 122
Morristown 10
Nashville 151
Paris 3
Pulaski 1
Sholbyville 2
Sumter I
Tullahoma 3
Waverly
Total 451


WEST .VIRGINIA
Bluefiel13
Charleston 38
Clarksburg 8
Fairmont 46
Huntington 66
Mabscott 2
Mullens 1
Parkersburg 2
Naugatuck 1
Wheeling 40
Whitz Sulphur Sprga 1
Williamson
Total
VIISCQNSai
Madison 18
Milwaukee 14
Racine 1
Sheboy-an A


# Diversion Points.


GRAND TOTAL MIXED CITRUS 1940-41 SEASON 6,132 Cars.




- 30 -


BOAT IESTINATIONS.L FDRTA CITRUS. 1940..41 SUTA.S
Oct- 12. 1940 to June 28. 1941, Inclusie

Cities ReAGES GRAPEBRUTIT TANGERINES AMIGED CITRUS

Ca.a Cass Cars Cars


Albany, N. Y. 6 1/2 -1/2 1
Alexandria, Va. 2 1/2
Allentown, Pa. 22 1/2 9 -.
Altoona 67 1/2 46 1/2
Annapolis, Md. a 1/2 -
Asbury Park, N. J. 2 1/2
Atlantic City, N. J. 19 3 -
Baltimore 251 109 11 1
Bangor, Pa. 1/2 -
Bethlehan, Pa. 13 1/2 3 1/2
Binghamton 1 1/2
Boston 1,535 737 93
Bridgeport 20 14 1 -
Bridgeton, NT. J. 1/2 1/2
Buffalo 17 9 1/2
Burlington, Vt. 4 a a a
Camden, N. J. 20 1/2 91/2
Carlisle, Pa. 2 1/2 1/2
Catonsville, Md. 1/2 -
Chambersburg, Pa. 1/2 1/2
Chester 15 1/2 -
Coatesville, Pa. 1/2
Cresson, Pa. 1 a -
Dover, Del. 8 1/2 1 1/2
East Hartford 7 11 -
Easton, Pa. 10 1/2
Elkton, Md. 1 a .
ElAira, N. Y. 13 21/2
Erie, Pa. 1/2 1/2
Frederick, Md. 5 1 -
Hagerstown, Md. 2 1/2 .
Hanover, Pa. 3 1/2 2
Hartford 26 5 1
Harrisburg, Pa. 16 1/2 6
Hazelton, Pa. 4 1/2
Huntingdon, Pa. 1 -
Lancaster, Pa. 11 2 -
Lebanon, Pa. 1
Manchester, Conn. 3 .
Marlboro, Md. 1/2 .
Martinsburg, W.Va. 1/2 1/2 -
Media 5 1/2 21/2
Milton, Del. 1 1/2 1/2
Montreal 33 42 .
Nazareth, Pa. 1/2 -
Newark, Del. -1/2 -
Newark, N. J. 1/2 -
New Havan 244 19 6 -
New Orleans 385 57 7 1





- 31.-


BOAT If MiIATIOES. ITCELA. CITRUS 1940-41 SEASON(C.NT'DI)
Oct 12. L94 to .JiM 2 1 Inclusive

Cities (Cont'd.) I CIGES GRAPEBRJIT ITNGERIHES MIXED CITRUS


New York City 6,755 3,730 829 7
Norfolk -1/2 -
North Abington, Mass. 4 -
Norwich 1 3 -
Ocean City, N. J. 1/2 -
Olneyville 10 5 -
Pemns Grove, N. J. 1 -
Phoenixville, Pa. 1 1/2 -
Philadelphia 1,126 475 111 1
Portland, Me. 27 6 -
Pottstown, Pa. 1 -
Pottsville 1/2 -
Princeton, N. J. 1 -
Providence 23 8 1 -
Quakertofn, Pa. 1/2 -
Reading, Pa. 22 3
Rensselaer, N. Y. 7 8 -
Rochester 3 11/2 .
Salisbury, Md. 1 -
Scranton 58 20
Silver Spring, Md. 6 -
Somerville, Mass. 45 20
South Manchester 2 -
Springfield, Mass. 18 12
Syracuse 2 1/2 -
Tamaqua, Pa. 1/2 1/2 -
Towson, Md. 1/2 -
Trenton, N. J. 23 1/2 11 1 -
Troy, N. Y. 1 8 -
Upper Drby 26 1/2 11 -
Vineland, N. J. 1 1/2 1/2 -
Washington, D. C. 31 1/2 18 1 .
Waterbury 6 -
Wayne, Pa. 3 -
Waynesboro, Pa. 1/2 1/2 -
West Chester, Pa. 9 1/2 1/2 -
Westminster, Md. 1 1/2 1/2 -
White River Jet. 1 -
Wildwood, N. J. 1 1/2 1/2 -
Wilkes Barre 10 1/2 1 1/2 -
Williamsport, Pa. 1/2 -
Wilmington, Del. 19 1/2 7 1/2
Winchester, Va. 1 -
Woodbury, N. J. 11/2 -
Worcester, Mass. 2 -
York, Pa. 14 5 1/2 -


11,064 5,478 1,063 10

Carlots on basis 400 boxes per car.


I I II I I _





32 -

RErAPIU ATIO OF DIMUSTIBTION (RAIL & BOlT). FLORIDA ORANGES
BY STATES PAST 7 SEASONS

States 1940-4 193940 1 938-39 193748 1936-37 193536 1934-35
fI--_ --- M e---


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


593
2

894
31
418 1/2
-i
305*
2,090
401
75
2
708
535
98
1,134
3,829
1,119
84
362
420

16
11
1,091
12,065 1/2
333

2,653
9

5,689
405
246

1,085
11
16
60 1/29*
94 1/2
169
559


TOTAL 37,614 33,739 47,511 38,931 30,987 25,881 24,141
I Jacksonville, not included.
* Does not include Savannah.
* Petersburg not included.
V Does not include Petersburg & Richmond.


552
28

859
2
391
241
380*
2,113
437
105
15
623
480
63
1,110
3,603
1,087
199
395
420

34
19
1,057
10,293
447
7
2,411
51
1
4,335
479
218
4
890
1
24
849@*
124
206


627
4

1,250
9
259

479*
3,149
711
120
5
750
721
94
1,470
5,060
1,534
157
269
609

34
9
1,205
15,261
616
2
3,589
15
2
6,656
602
316

1,071
20
42
165@
148
284
196


579
64
1
985
5
171
51
528*
2,394
470
68
12
558
653
49
1,019
4,051
1,180
48
380
453

20
23
816
12,968
654
1
2,840
34
1
5,571,
409
344

959
74
26
65
143
212
98


441
21
4
794
3
182
-t
476*
1,613
371
96
11
425
385
20
1,037
3,280
854
101
167
362
1
25
3
333
11,064
614
1
2,025
8

4,672
202
167
2
797
29
14
88@*
63
148
88


354
17
2
748
10
111
-i
387*
1,326
277
57
6
315
493
52
868
2,806
560
31
109
308

24
7
293
9,535
414

1,650
3
2
3,807
205
93

584
20
7
140@*
82
107
71


208
11
2
711
35
258
-t
99*
1,154
290
63
7
370
410
20
756
1,545
560
40
96
351

37
9
240
10,007
284
1
1,522
26
1
3,917
164
34
2
505
83
10
109l
71
72
61




- 33 -


BECAPIMULATION OF DISTRIBUTION (BAIL & BOAT .~MRIDIA GRAPi EUIT
BY STATES PAST 7 ASESNS

States 1940-41 1939-40 1938-39 1937-38 1936-37 1935-36 1934-35


Alabma 193 47 163 94 208 73 87
rkamnsas 37 3 13 8 6
Colorado 1 8 30 15 58
Connecticut 249 231 396 297 327 302 207
Delaware 15 1/ 3 2 14 4 3
Dist. of Colunbia 152 154 192 170 252 132 158
Florida 723 -1 131 -1 21 21 -1
Georgia 179* 31* 156* 126* 286* 80* 58*
Idaho 1 2 1
Illinois 810 295 773 521 709 732 995
Indiana 165 31 224 50 156 89 235
Iowa 47 24 93 52 89 49 116
Kansas 2 3 9 24 18 36
Kentucly 183 75 217 89 331 135 175
Louisiana 66 37 230 118 148 125 156
Maine 32 16 66 10 30 10 9
Maryland 450 1/2 412 637 410 601 397 408
Massachusetts 1,623 988 1,984 1,184 1,964 1,049 981
Michigan 804 291 800 375 694 483 707
Minnesota 148 32 144 91 139 108 217
Mississippi 19 1 60 2 50 2 3
Missouri 134 54 198 102 223 243 299
Montana 9 -3 6 19 5 11
Nebrasa, 7 22 25 44 19 63
Nevada 1 -
New Hampshire 22 2 18 1 20 2 5
New Jersey 447 1/2 211 584 235 350 42 86
New York 6,245 4,966 7,922 5,833 7,677 4,930 6,339
North Carolina 160 49 305 118 303 88 66
North Dakota 1 4 9 4 10
Ohio 1,222 521 1,421 789 1,360 957 1,348
Oklahcma 2 2 10 9 34 21 32
Oregon 21 11 20 12 51 15 31
Pennsylvania 2,341 1/2 1,484 2,806 1,915 2,804 1,791 2,039
Rhode Island 134 120 169 100 83 50 58
South Carolina 132 12 94 27 66 16 6
South Dakota 1 1 3 7 6 10
Tennessee 205 98 215 172 387 195 360
Texas 2 4 10 34 18 67
Utah 1 2 7 7 16 10 14
Vermont 17 14 3 5 4
Virginia 76 1/W 14@4 858 9@" 64@ 61@* 59V
Washington 23 6 10 17 56 30 41
West Virginia 151 1/2 4 59 27 71 17 17
Wisconsin 146 21 77 41 64 81 112
Wyoming 3 4
Canada 568 126 254 151 175 49 220

TOTAL 17,272 10,376 20,494 13,224 19,994 12,463 15,917

1 Jacksonville, not included.
Does not include Savannah.
@ Petersburg, not included.
f Does not include Petersburg & Richmond.





-34-


RIEAPITLATIOJC OF DIS'mBUTION (RAIL & BOAT). FM-RIDA TANGERm~IS
BY STATES PAST 7 SEASONS

States 1940-41 1939-40 1938-39 1937-38 1936-37 1935-36 1934-35

Cps asr as as Cas Cs _arp



Alabama 2 4 9 8 8 10 2
Arkansas 1 2 1
Colorado 3 3 4 3 5 3
Connecticut 53 59 77 53 95 54 31
Delaware 7
Dist. of Columbia 10 3 4 11 6 11 11
Florida -1 -1 -1 -1 -i -1 -
Georgia 2* 1* 24* 10* 13* 6* 1*
Illinois 205 216 336 254 345 225 133
Indiana 15 24 58 37 77 40 20
Iowa 3 8 9 3 7 7 7
Kansas 1 1 1 1 1 -
Kentucky 17 9 25 10 38 10 13
Louisiana 9 8 9 9 4 10 8
Maine 1 1 -
Maryland 71 89 150 85 173 100 95
Massachusetts 273 155 311 203 266 198 148
Michigan 153 156 224 184 258 144 97
Minnesota 23 24 28 20 31 28 25
Mississippi 2 -
Missouri 59 43 121 66 132 75 61
Montana 1 -
Nebraska 4 5 5 9 18 4 3
New Jersey 14 28 25 5 1 1 2
New York 1,368 1,049 1,881 1,379 1,609 1,218 1,277
North Carolina 11 18 19 21 28 10 12
Ohio 270 218 384 257 399 268 201
Oklahoma 2 -- 1 -
Oregon 3 2 1 4 1
Pennsylvania 513 435 771 556 855 494 527
Rhode Island 30 61 49 21 26 13 10
South Carolina 1 3 3 3 1 1 2
South Dakota 1 1 -
Tennessee 28 33 23 24 40 14 17
Texas 1 1 1 2 1 -
Virginia 1@V 1i 3V -* 43* 32* 3r
Washington 1 3 2 1 1
West Virginia 5 5 1 2 4 3 -
Wisconsin 16 28 49 39 58 32 11
Canada 83 23 29 10 15 4


TOTAL 3,248 2,712 4,637 3,287 4,526 2,988 2,734

I Jacksonville, not included.
* Does not include Savannah.
@ Petersburg, not included.
W' Does not include Petersburg & Richmond





- 35 -


RECAPITULATIO OFC DISTRIBUTION (RAIL & BOAT=. IFEIDTA MITXm CI-TRUS
BY STATES .- PAST 7 SEASONS

States 1940-41 1939.40 1938-39 1937-38 1936-37 1935-36 1934-35

ca2 ea Cars Cars ars Cars .ars


Alabama 248 358 372 295 281 195 92
Arkansas 1 1 6 7 5 7
Colorado 1 1
Connecticut 137 145 269 89 47 24 9
Delaware 1 1 2 1 2 5
Dist. of Columbia 9 23 54 16 17 3 14
Florida -1 -1 11 -1 -1 11 11
Georgia 98* 139 226* 217* 229* 127* 34*
Illinois 286 278 395 318 398 384 354
Indiana 85 134 289 66 74 60 116
Iowa 26 30 34 10 20 46 71
Kansas 1 6 1 6 3 14
Kentucky 145 183 202 145 164 123 109
Louisiana 20 56 34 47 21 26 8
Maine 11 16 48 1 5 5 7
Maryland 270 230 341 270 243 201 92
Massachusetts 658 614 994 856 593 443 59
Michigan 241 269 621 352 339 229 237
Minnesota 31 19 56 25 31 37 43
Mississippi 69 91 75 118 141 122 105
Missouri 64 82 97 100 96 100 90
Montana 3 2 2
Nebraska 2 18 31 16 3 28 26
Nevada 1 -
New Hampshire 3 10 19 4 7 5
New Jersey 74 57 95 52 9 3 5
New York 990 1,527 1,568 1,170 821 508 299
North Carolina 79 165 370 386 408 317 288
North Dakota 2 4 -
Ohio 569 603 1,027 546 701 567 416
Oklahoma 2 8 3 16 13 13
Oregon 3 4 3 3 4 2
Pennsylvania 946 1,058 1,317 1,138 1,008 673 487
Bhode Island 52 119 106 58 30 34 20
South Carolina 161 74 200 218 206 72 37
South Dakota 1 2 1
Tennessee 451 512 869 662 599 442 445
Texas 2 5 8 22 16 10
Utah 1 1 4 1 1 1 1
Vermont 4 21 14 4 8 5 1
Virginia 24V 360 98@ 570 93* 95 1170?
Washington 1 2 4
West Virginia 219 134 343 178 196 69 70
Wisconsin 34 31 47 17 14 16 23
Canada 113 20 61 18 12 15 29



TOTAL 6,132 6,960 10,307 7,472 6,876 5,014 3,769


SJacksonville, not included.
* Does not include Savannah.
a Petersburg, not included.
V Does not include Petersburg


& Richmond.





- 36 -


RIN STATB E RTUC DISTRIBUTION. =FICIDA CITRUS. 19.40-41 SEASON
(Made available through the courtesy of Hon. Nathan Ma.yo, Comnissioner
of Agriculture, State Depahrtent of Agriculture. Winter Haven, Fla.)
Oct. 11. 194 to Jme 28, 1941, Inclusive!


Desti- Oran- Grape- anger-
nations ges frt ines
Boxes Boxes Boxes


Desti- Oran- Grape- 1 nger-
nations ges fruit Ines
Boxes Boxes Boxes


Annison
Birmingham
Decatur
Gadsden
Mobile
Montgomery
Selma
Tuscaloosa
Others


ARKANSAS
Blytheville
Ft. Smith
Little Rock
West Mamphis
Others

CANADA
-amilton
London
Montreal
Toronto
Others


CONECTICUT
Bridgeport
Hartford
New Haven
Wallingford
Others



Wilmington
Others


8323
168839
4719
9499
102069
37878
17226
8700
1111


5392
653
23070
379



219
280
802
9097


615
1667
861
469



4937
12148


DIST.OF COUI 33IA
Washington 336896


Atlanta
Augusta
Columbus
Macon
Savannah
Thomasville
Others


19922
726776
43257
45032
53692
90270
25187


1597
23252
799
1442
20242
9002
1278
849
-71041


150
387
2116
30



281
991
442
21398
-25787


50
583
19
35



837
1586
_821


130121

3136
218306
8651
12403
9442
20924
5390
415Mi~


246
10261
363
282
4669
1846
215
273
21331


97
1150
20

a I
1477




226
--245


63


38
263
119
11



1232
262



35223

894
46905
2409
1487
2169
6978
352
-75187


Bloomington
Carbondale
Chicago
Decatur
East St. Louis
Peoria
Springfield.
Others

IIM IANA
Anderson
Evansville
Ft. Wayne
Indiantpolis
South Bend.
Terre Haute
Others


es
Burlington
Davenport
Des Moines
Sheldon
Waterloo
Others

KANSAS
M -anattan
Wichita
Others

KMNTUCKY
Bowling Green
Harlan
Lexington
Louisville
Paducah
Others


New Orleans
Shreveport
Others

MANE
Portland

Baltimore
Cumberland
Hagerstown
Salisbury
Others


1748
117
26919
5798
93
5284
2877



2873
17873
2756
47964
1379
4024




93
80
6
430
575



1737
483



1235
484
1430
34008
9358



9953
1530



50

188065
1965
27783
3157
12613~


218
15
3975
2748
2827
1853



1088
3195
1046
5936
351
2511
4987
19i114

704
62
40
12
30
118



1894
73
1967

63
200
67
5436
1378
3335
84

3735
80


62959
1001
8635
870


98
15
2923
724
14
274
111
979


211
1701
341
4842
76
736

10571




2


2
-





681
558



236
25
3522
810
595
51T

595
953


28671
231
6994
343





- 37 -


INTERSTATE ISUCK DISTIBUTION. tfl RDA CITRUS. 1940-41 SEASON
(Continued)


Oct. .11 1940 to June 28. 1941, Inclusive*


Desti- Oran- Gra- anger-
nations ges fruBx lines
Boxes Boxes Boxes


SSACUSETTS
Boston
Springfield
Others

MICHIGAN
Bangor
Battle Creek
Benton Harbor
Detroit
Flint
Grand Rapids
Kalamazoo
Lansing
Muskegon
St. Joseph
Others


Finlayson
Minneapolis
Rutledge
St. Paul
Others

MISSISSTFPI
Aberdeen
Colmibus
Hattiesburg
Jackson
Laurel
SMeridian
Tpelo
Others

MISSOURI
Joplin
Kansas City
Manchester
St. Louis
Springfield
Others

NE SKA
Lincoln
Omaha

NEW JERSEY
Asbury Park
Atlantic City
Newark
Paterson
Trenton
Others


746
907



758
604
2090
5457
662
19147
10500
453
900
896



774
335
973
125
283


2162
5528
4467
6833
2335
22968
1327
6894


8496
7014
3065
7194
4123
11919
41811


775
20
2344
725
820
16094


62

62


579
1049
538
3130
1012
8835
4738
398
110
370



811
890
1710
200



357
593
361
786
336
1519
46
361


2574
5015
515
2900
729
3654
1539


85

710
30
76


1028



65
35
129
658

1980
834
45
32
150



250
1
--25


289
245
22
144
127
1567
74
453
2921

538
745
16
689
121
79


64
1832

36

24182


Desti- Oran- Grape- anger-
nations gs frut Ines
Boxes Boxes Boxes


INE MEXI00
Clovis
Roswell

NEW YORK
Albany
B inghmton
Buffalo
Elmira
New York City
Rochester
Syracuse
Utica
Watertown
Others

NORTH CAROLINA
Asheville
Burlingon
Charlotte
Durham
Fayetteville
Gastonia
Goldsboro
Greensboro
Henderson
Hendersonville
Hickory
Kinston
Lincolnton
Lumberton
Ealeigh
Rocky Mt.
Salisbury
Weldon
Wilmington
Wilson
Winston Saloan
Others

OHIO
9 on
Ron
Cincinnati
Cleveland
Columbus
Dayton
Springfield
Toledo
Youngstown
Others

0OKAHOMA
Oklahoma City
Tulsa


183

373

11090
5530
18307
5035
49419
10967
34178
3036
9864



52161
17122
94409
23386
19763
17073
29449
48380
2079
19615
11914
8105
704
3121
110832
20590
10605
5172
14198
13241
76832



63
26901
1479
16259
12019
100
5392
6151
35366


2207
274
248Tfl


6295
1791
12062
1574
22521
6408
14014
1406
3559
7606


19975
3937
43741
4495
4353
4042
2900
13468
86
6150
3148
792
59
209
24396
3436
2069
1044
3141
1059
16396
34376
193273

30
12701
239
4263
1343
10
2245
1195


1979
437
586
308
5627
926
1013
35
52



2159
1227
4959
1088
516
1105
1448
3638
201
1130
1261
134
47
385
7120
1085
865
319
781
1091
6582




2109
1
1993
958

2513
1194



1186

566


225 29
3 6 7 19
623 34 194





- 38.-


INHTSTATS E RUJCK DISTRIBUTION. TiIDA CITRUS. 1940-41 SEASDS
(Continue)


Desti- IOran-| Grape- a iger-
nations es frust lines
Boxes Boxes Boxes


Oct. 11, 194Q to June 28. 1941, Inclusive*


Desti- Oran- Grape- Tanger-
nations es fruit ines
Boxes Boxes Boxes


PE StLYVAN IA
Allentown
Altoona
Biglerville
Erie
Harrisburg
Johnstown
Philadelphia
Pittsburgh
Reading
Richlamd
Scranton
Sunbury
Wilkes Barre
Williamsport
Others

RECDE IS=TD
Providence
Others

SOUTH CAFOLINA.
Charleston
Columbia
Florence
Greenville
Orangeburg
Pageland.
Rock Hill
Spartanburg
Sumter
Others



Chattanooga
Fayetteville
Jackson
Johnson City
Knoxville
Merphis
Morristown
Murfreesboro
Nashville
Others


1768
3652
11279
952
8099
8728
32214
23008
17321
1590
11898
6900
13939
8150



752
160
912

55243
184365
6424
57271
16621
13381
598
21889
14404



1611
44351
1209
1203
27060
79349
13941
4953
730
95482
05645~


187
2749
1498
596
1781
2012
10109
16352
2017
555
1971
2204
3685
1980



76



13021
37726
673
17456
1464
1729
S166
4755
2421



379
11028
42
249
10591
17790
1046
1172
10
21633
9715?


25
436
861
57
568
1816
7683
2428
1768
153
462
470
1483
477



10
10

3492
15186
366
3231
582
892
69
1062
742



104
1520
15
75
1490
3825
1248
401
6515
17330


TEAuS
SAustin
Beaumont
Dallas
Ft. Worth
Houston
San Antonio
Wichita Falls
Others

VIRGINIA
Bristol
Charlottesville
Danville
Harrisonburg
Lynchburg
Newport News
NorTolk
Petersburg
RichmondC
Roanoke
Rural Retreat
Staunton
Suffolk
Others

WEST VIRGINIA
Bluefield
Charleston
Huntington
Parkersburg
Wheeling
Others

WISCONSIN
adi son
Manawa
Milwaukee
Racine
Others


Notwest Sec.


265
943
10071
2232
6764
841




15302
8907
9878
9965
40362
11096
128429
19127
169073
104841
6896
11784
4460



5173
29223
37365
2207
2563
24388
100919

801
1534
20649
90
4063
V21P


381
350

127
855

4043
2952
2691
3024
16446
3128
51027
5468
65212
45813
1348
3742
893

216099

1681
10895
10453
1197
1083



594
775
3070
125
239
6703


1831
50
721
522
50



999
395
602
876
3091
1033
8811
1118
11311
10744
222
662
336



552
2660
2247
200
98





1790

2070


54251 15561 3075

97922 21106 5939


* Truck destination data prior to Oct. 11, 1940 not available.





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RECAPITULATION OF FLORTIA INTERSTATE TUCK DISTRIBUTION
BY STATES. 1940-41. .1939-40 1938-39 SEASONS

ORANGES GRAPEFRUIT TANGERINES
States .
1940- 1939- 1938- 1940-. 1939- 1938- 1940- 1939- 1938-
41 40 39 41 40 39 41 40 39
L=r Cas Caas rs Cars Cars Cars Ca9s


Alabama
Arizona
Arkansas
Colorado
Connecticut
Delaware
Dist. of Columbia
Georgia
Illinois
Indiana
Iowa
Kansas
Kentucky
Louisiana
Maine
Maryland
Massachusetts
Michigan
Minnesota
Mississippi
Missouri
Nebraska
New HEampshire
New Jersey
New Mexico
New York
North Carolina
Ohio
Oklahoma
Pennsylvania
Rhode Island
South Carolina
South Dakota
Tennessee
Texas
Vermont
Virginia
West Virginia
Wisconsin
Destinations Unknown
Canada


1,168
1
88

11
51
842
3,134
162
267
3
7
149
64

584
5
122
6
134
105
2


883

69
2
13
33
668
2,352
83
117
3
7
100
26
1
536
8
101
1
125
114
2


1,081

77
4
2
17
1,083
3,226
65
108
1
9
94
.25

540
1
119
2
141
79
1


40 40 37


1
419
1,988
259
6
456
2
1,172

796
58

1,476
252
68
136


282
1,530
168
16
290
7
991

524
45

1,124
175
31
352


93
1,785
145
10
230

1,140

647
71

1,429
193
7


30 50 34


178 121 185

8 6 9
S 1
2 3 -
8 3 4
325 232 367
800 498 865
50 14 17
48 20 34
3 1 -
5 1 2
21 16 21
13 2 4

188 158 173
1 1
61 36 83
10 1 -
11 11 23
38 11 24
1 -

11 10 10

193 92 36
483 310 411
86 37 45
4 6
139 81 74
3 -
229 167 229

168 89 146
2 6 9

540 382 582
89 49 61
17 3 2
39 46 -
64 37 55


53 57 82

4 4 4
1 -
1 1 -
4 3 2
88 67 92
188 168 225
13 6 6
26 27 16
1 -
3 4 2
13 8 10
4 2 1

94 84 103
3 2 -
12 26 21
1 -
7 6 7
7 15 6


6 2 3

31 38 9
138 148 174
27 17 10
4 6 3
57 58 47

79 82 88

43 42 71
8 20 14

112 122 146
19 19 17
5 3 -
8 46 -
1 8 4


TOTAL 14,064 10,869 12,496 3,830 2,451 3,479 1,059 1,093 1,163
Car-lots on basis 400 boxes per car.
*-1940-41 season, Oct. llth-June 28th
1939-40 season, Sept. llth-June 1st
1938-39 season, Sept. 12th-June 29th





-40 -


WEIGHTED AVERAGE A CTIOMN PRICES ORANGES 1940-41 SEASON


NEW YO R CITY



Standard Standad. Wire- Stds.&Std.Wire- Standard Standard
Week Boxs. Boxes bims nbird Bnes B
Ending Cars I Avg. Cars I Avg. Cars I Avg. Cars I Avg. Cars I Avg.


Oct. 11
18
25
Nov. 1
8
15
22
29
Dec. 6
13
20
27
Jan. 3
10
17
24
31
Feb. 7
14
21
28
Mar. 7
14
21
28
Apr. 4
11
18
25
May 2
9
16
23
30
June 6
13
20
27
July 4
11
18
25
Aug. 1


11 $2.68
46 2.24
87 2.40
115 2.14
134 2.16
112 2.01
119 1.78
80 1.88
120 1.90
68 1.95


53
106
111
80
79
89
96
97
68
48
94
91
61
43
35
22
19
28
29
20
29
23
39
32
38
32
34
38
6
12
9


2.24
2.17
1.98
2.11
2.16
2.33
2.23
2.15
2.11
2.54
2.39
2.43
2.47
2.44
2.39
2.13
2.30
2.47
2.62
2.33
2.24
2.53
2.42
2.50
2.44
2.85
2.61
2.52
2.57
3.09
3.79


4 $2.14
32 2.04
29 2.27
72 1.93
68 2.02
119 1.88
102 1.67
97 1.77
122 1.78
65 1.86
79 2.10
128 2.03
157 1.85
121 1.97
106 2.10
123 2.23
143 2.13
149 2.11
174 2.06
150 2.44
139 2.36
168 2.48
169 2.46
205 2.40
191 2.36
166 2.18
202 2.20
189 2.49
240 2.58
251 2.37
230 2.32
207 2.59
243 2.55
203 2.55
192 2.44
145 2.94
148 2.49
133 2.55
99 2.49
81 2.88
49 3.63


15 $2.54
78 2.16
116 2.37
187 2.06
202 2.11
231 1.94
221 1.73
177 1.82
242 1.84
133 1.91


132
234
268
201
185
212
239
246
242
198
233
259
230
248
226
188
221
217
269
271
259
230
282
235
230
177
182
171
105
93
58


2.16
2.09
1.90
2.03
2.13
2.27
2.17
2.12
2.07
2.46
2.37
2.46
2.46
2.41
2.36
2.17
2.21
2.49
2.58
2.37
2.31
2.58
2.53
2.54
2.44
2.92
2.51
2.54
2.49
2.91
3.65


1 $2.73
3 2.23
5 2.43
8 2.44
14 2.75
31 2.82
67 2.54
72 2.57
96 2.70
54 2.68
45 3.04
80 2.93
81 2.65
90 2.53
77 2.58
84 2.78
72 2.79
76 2.73
69 2.71
55 3.24
74 2.79
64 3.06
73 2.84
73 2.72
68 2.68
75 2.46
67 2.55
67 2.66
55 2.80
59 2.55
53 2.47
36 2.76
40 2.83
30 2.92
30 2.71
2 2.95

- -


304 $3.52
273 3.47
279 3.52
273 3.33
218 3.64
159 3.83
101 4.57
107 4.37
125 3.47
126 3.02
122 3.13
70 3.62


93
106
85
72
98
115
137
103
81
101
123
117
114
137
142
119
135
136
150
153
176
177
184
153
143
177
180
238
179
167
202


3.22
2.90
3.02
3.36
3.37
3.21
2.92
2.81
3.05
3.31
3.04
3.07
3.07
3.18
3.09
2.95
3.07
3.08
3.17
2.99
2.90
2.91
2.85
2.78
2.83
3.00
2.88
3.05
3.36
3.89
4.17


TOTAL 2,453 2.22 5,690 2.32 8,143 2.29 1,946 2.72 6,450 3.27

Total Sales, Florida oranges, all varieties,
all containers, all sections -------------- 10,089 cars Avg. $2.37.
Made available
thru the cooperation of the Florida Citrus Exchange and the Federal-State Market News Service





-41-


WEIGHTD AERAE AUCTION PRICES QR AGES 1940-41 SEASO


PHILADELPHIA


Indian River
a d St andar Wire- S&S ire- Stadard St I
week a Ljjggs a g.
Ending Cars I Ava. Avg. Ca | C -Cars I Avg.


Oct. 11
18
25
Nov. 1
8
15
22
29
Dec. 6
13
20
27
1341
Jan. 3
10
17
24
31
Feb. 7
14
21
28
Mar. 7
14
21
28
Apr. 4
11
18
25
May 2
9
16
23
30
June 6
13
20
27
July 4
11
18
25
Aug. 1


6 $2.60
24 2.28
38 2.24
60 2.28
72 2.07
56 2.02
55 1.76
43 1.98
82 2.07
29 1.96
29 2.09
55 2.04
54 2.06
39 2.27
44 2.24
51 2.17
50 2.18
52 2.17
35 2.32
37 2.66
63 2.31
38 2.37
22 2.35
23 2.38
16 2.36
15 2.23
13 2.11
20 2.45
20 2.47
10 2.48
13 2.40
8 2.53
14 2.66
11 2.65
13 2.35
10 2.56
7 2.62
7 2.74
4 2.60
1 2.30
1 3.30


-
3 $2.15
16 1.93
9 2.09
19 2.04
20 1.90
36 1.87
39 1.53
25 1.66
25 1.66
13 1.70
18 1.84
30 1.83
38 1.79
31 1.99
32 2.04
43 1.95
29 1.98
42 1.92
44 2.03
28 2.27
56 2.17
51 2.31
60 2.30
63 2.27
54 2.31
61 2.07
60 2.23
77 2.34
84 2.36
101 2.18
58 2.20
65 2.38
74 2.42
69 2.29
40 2.29
27 2.55
33 2.35
22 2.53
21 2.36
10 2.75
4 3.18


9 $2.45
40 2.14
47 2.21
79 2.22
92 2.03
92 1.96
94 1.66
68 1.86
107 1.97
42 1.88


47
85
92
70
76
94
79
94
79
65
119
89
82
86
70
76
73
97
104
111
71
73
88
80
53
37
40
29
25
11
5


1.99
1.97
1.95
2.15
2.16
2.07
2.11
2.06
2.16
2.49
2.24
2.34
2.31
2.30
2.32
2.10
2.21
2.36
2.38
2.21
2.24
2.40
2.46
2.34
2.30
2.55
2.40
2.58
2.40
2.71
3.20


- -

2 $2.65
4 2.38
5 2.43
11 2.74
19 2.67
28 2.70
13 2.44
15 2.52
16 2.61
17 2.59
16 2.78
19 2.69
21 2.66
16 2.64
14 2.67
12 2.72
12 3.07
8 2.92
13 3.02
20 2.96
20 2.71
24 2.83
16 2.62
13 2.82
14 2.73
10 2.78
12 2.64
9 2.59
11 2.68
11 2.84
10 2.60
12 2.70
4 3.07
3 3.08
. -


99 $3.32
62 3.49
110 3.50
95 3.27
45 3.37
45 3.89
27. 4.39
18 4.12
38 .3.28
38 3.01
41 3.08
22 3.21
29 3.09
33 2.86
24 3.03
30 3.15
34 3.20
33 3.08
45 2.86
29 2.72
25 2.94
25 3.13
40 3.04
43 2.88
27 3.04
46 3.02
44 2.90
40 2.81
44 2.73
48 2.95
47 2.99
54 2.71
66 2.75
57 2.76
69 2.79
57 2.63
62 2.65
80 2.92
89 2.91
98 3.15
88 3.41
87 3.92
103 4.12


I
TOTAL 1,240 2.21 1,630 2.17 2,870 2.18 450 2.72 2,236 3.19

Total Sales, Florida oranges, all varieties,
all containers, all sections ---------- --- ------- 3,320 cars Avg. $2.26.
&ade available
thru the cooperation of the Florida Citrus Exchange & the Federal-State Market News Service





43 -

WEICGOrED A .A.E A .TIO ERICS .ORANGES 1940-41 SASON


SBOST ON

FLRB IDA 0 STOCK C S'K

Standard and WirSt Wi Snad Standard
Wleek. X s Oxg -- E _a_
Epding Caxs-lyg ar Avg. GaCas I Awg. Cars -1 Avg. "Car-s I Avg,


t 11
18
25
Nov. 1
8
15
22
29
Dec. 6
13
20
27
Jan. 3
10
17
24
31
Feb. 7
14
21
28
Mar. 7
14
21
28
Apr. 4
11
18
25
May 2
9
16
23
30
June 6
13
20
27
July 4
11
18
25
Aug. 1


7 $2.34
9 2.48
14 2.29
35 2.49
31 2.21
26 1.85
16 1.94
23 1.90
7 2.21
9 2.52
19 2.32
24 2.29
18 2.23
15 2.21
12 2.33
12 2.37
13 2.17
7 2.38
7 2.91
15 2.36
5 2.51
7 2.54
8 2.51
6 2.56
6 2.19
8 2.34
9 2.63
7 2.89
8 2.49
8 2.20
6 2.31
6 2.41
8 2233
8 2.81
13 2.76
8 2.42
2 2.66
3 3.38
3 3.54


1 $1.88
2 2.25
2 2.06
1 2.46
7 2.00
9 1.57
5 1.79
6 1.80
1 2.00
3 2.09
6 2.02
Li 2.18
8 1.95
3 1.82
3 2.11
8 2.12
2 2.10
6 2.29
12 2.55
11 2.26
8 2.58
16 2.49
13 2.58
22 2.52
18 2.24
15 2.07
8. 2.56
14 2.85
31 2.40
16 2.33
16 2.53
24 2.52
15 2.64
13 2.44
7 2.67
7 2.64
6 2.45
4 2.62
. .
. .


- -

8 $2.28
11 2.44
16 2.26
36 2.49
38 2.17
35 1.78
21 1.90
29 1.88
8 2.18
12 2.41
25 2.25
35 2.26
26 2.14
18 2.14
15 2.29
20 2.27
15 2.16
13 2.34
19 2.68
26 2.32
13 2.55
23 2.51
21 2.55
28 2.53
24 2.23
23 2.16
17 2.60
21 2.86
39 2.42
24 2.29
16 2.53
30 2.48
21 2.57
21 2.40
15 2.74
20 2.72
14 2.43
6 2.63
3 3.38
3 3.54


1 $2.82
2 3.35
9 2.74
16 2.30
24 2.43
24 2.34
16 2.57
15 2.65
30 2.59
23 2.61
34 2.41
22 2.46
28 2.52
25 2.57
26 2.43
20 2.71
11 3.33
13 2.81
13 3.06
14 2.99
22 2.80
21 2.73
25 2.41
15 2.48
15 2.67
12 3.12
28 2.55
25 2.43
12 2.59
16 2.56
8 2.60
11 2.51
1 2.57
- -


81 $3.46
86 3.55
89 3.46
84 3.27
81 3.44
44 3.92
34 4.48
22 4.37
46 3.27
56 3.06
62 3.07
27 3.29
36 3.21
55 2.94
43 3.04
35 3.12
42 3.32
50 3.18
63 2.89
53 2.75
36 2.96
42 3.11
44 2.96
51 3.12
59 3.12
60 3.08
65 3.08
54 2.61
66 2.56
57 3.25
71 3.31
84 2.87
72 2.68
59 2.81
75 2.85
82 2.70
69 2.64
80 2.78
82 2.93
93 3.13
79 3.56
82 3.92
82 4.18


448 2.34


360 2.36.


.808 .2.35


Total Sales, Florida oranges, all varieties,
all containers, all sections -----------....


577 2.59 2,633 3.17


-. '1,385 cars Avg. $2.45.


Made available
thru the cooperation of the Florida Citrus Exchange & the Federal-State Market News Service


- I


TOTAL


---


----r-------


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





__





S43 -


WEICmTP AVMiE E AUCTION PRICES ORANGES 1940.41 SEASON


PITTSBURGH

FLORIDA STOCK CM.S-M
F~L O D DA .ST 0 C ~Indian River CALI STO
Week St S Wire- Ss& Stire- Sndard Stndard
Weeknding Cars A a rss Cas Avg. o, QrsS-Vg.
Ending s _Avg. Cars I Ag ca Cars I Avg. Cars I Avg.


Oct. 11
18
25
Nov. 1
8
15
22
29
Dec. 6
13
20
27
Jan. 3
10
17
24
31
Feb. 7
14
21
28
Mar. 7
14
21
28
Apr. 4
11
18
25
May 2
9
16
23
30
June 6
13
20
27
July 4
11
18
25
Aug. 1


$2.93
2.25
2.67
2.34
2.36
1.96
2.15
2.42
2.21
2.16
2,21
2.23
2.29
2.33
2.22
2.31
2.43
2.65
2.43
2.48
2.29
2.63
2.76


2.88
2.55
2.52
2.17
2.83
2.65
2.83
3.25
2.85
2.60


$2.58
2.20
1.93
2.24
2.23
1.97
1.82
1.80
1.81
1.88
2.10
1.91
1.96
2.10
2.19
1.87
1.99
2.06
2.22
2.27
2.30
2.36
2.43
2.50
2.35
2.21
2.37
2.51
2.39
2.50
2.33
2.46
2.67
2.55
2.11
2.40
2.80
2.35
1.85


$2.58
2.28
2.02
2.40
2.32
2.19
1.86
2.06
1.86
2.00
2.13
1.96
2.00
2.15
2.22
2.03
2.15
2.26
2.48
2.35
2.38
2.31
2.51
2.53
2.35
2.21
2.37
2.58
2.39
2.50
2.36
2.43
2.67
2.61
2.26
2.54
3.03
2.78
2.35
.
.


-


$2.59
2.60
2.82
2.39



2.42
w
I,





.


$3.28
3.61
3.33
3.11
2.98
3.68
4.42
4.05
3.03
3.01
3.18
3.07
2.97
2.95
3.16
3.27
3.19
3.02
2.79
2.66
2.87
2.96
2.93
3.10
2.97
2.94
2.91
2.69
2.88
2.95
2.72
2.81
2.69
2.78
2.63
2.61
2.69
2.69
2.97
3.11
3.26
3.90
4.12


-I
TOTAL 131 2.44 300 2.25 421 2.30 5 2.56 1,345 3.04

Total Sales, Florida oranges, all varieties,
all containers, all sections ----------- ---.--- 426 cars Avg. $2.31.
Made available
thru the cooperation of the Florida Citrus Exchango & the Federal-State arkcet News Service


m I





44 -

WEIGBTED AVRAIE AUCTIQU PRICES RANGES 1940-41 SEASON


C L EV LAND

SFLO 0 IDA ST 0 CE Indian RivAIF. STOCK

Week Standard Standard. Wire- Ss.& t.Wire- Standard Standard
Wee s . d ABoxess d vpmG.ine Bo"Asv .Bxgs .
ERiding Cars I Avg. Cars I Avg. Crs-I Avg. Cars Avg. Cars AvgI.*
j~luS3


Oct. 11
18
25
Nov. 1
8
15
22
29
Dec. 6
13
20
27

Jan. 3
10
17
24
31
Feb. 7
14
21
28
Mar. 7
14
21
28
Apr. 4
11
18
25
May `2
9
16
23
30
June 6
13
20
27
July 4
11
18
25
Au=. 1


*-

9
10
18
13
9
5
6
9
3
4
6
7
6
4
8
7
6
5
12
10
10
8
5
9
-3
S1
2
2
3
5
4
6
8
3
2
1
5
4


$2.44
2.66
2.41
2.41
2.31
2.28
2.29
2.24
2.16
2.61
2.40
2.56
2.33
2.63
2.49
2.53
2.55
3.06
2.53
2.68
2.70
2.79
2.84
2.53
2.51
3.05
3.24
2.67
2.88
2.60
3.04
3.20
2.68
2.52
2.96
3.45
3.12
3.01


$2.82
2.16
2.51
2.19
2.19
2.04
1.97
1.98
1.89
1.85
2.30
2.18
2.25
2.17
2.37
2.24
2.22
2.24
2.38
2.33
2.28
2.36
2.66
2.65
2.39
2.22
2.25
2.77
2.42
2.58
2.31
2.86
3.04
2.53
2.15
2.79

3.05


$2.82
2.35
2.64
2.34
2.34
2.18
2.05
2.08
2.03
1.98
2.51
2.25
S2.38
2.22
2.46
2.33
2.33
2.36
2.57
2.43
2.49
2.54
2.72
2.69
2.44
2.27
2.30
2.81
2.44
2.64
2.36
2.93
3.10
2.57
2.24
2.86
3.45
3.12
3.02


$3.45
1.88
2.79
2.72

3.13
2.95


18
19
22
24
24
29
30
25
20
24
28
23
28
29
30
24
25
37
38
38
37
34
43
34
31
29
34
33
38
29
40


$3.55
3.55
3.54
3.25
3.43
3.99
4.37
3.49
3.04
2.99
3.06
3.02
2.95
3.06
3.16
3.25
3.22
3.07
2.79
2.71
2.97
3.05
3.05
3.01
3.11
2.98
3.01
2.73
3.00
3.08
2.89
2.92
2.86
2.77
2.64
2.60
2.50
2.73
2.82
3.20
3.42
3.82
4.30


TOTAL 238 2.59 400 2.35 638 2.44 9 2.78 1,219 3.12

Total Sales, Florida oranges, all varieties,
all containers, all sections--------------- .------- -- 647 cars Arg. $2.44.


Made available
thru the cooperation of the Florida Citrus Exchange & the


Federal-State Market News Service





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WEIGHED AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES OARNGES 1940-41 SASON


C H I C A G 0

F-L 0 RIDA S T 0 C K

standardd Wire- I Stds.& Stad.ire-


15 $2.37 3 $2.07
13 2.47 4 2.19
19 2.46 5 -2.15
15 2.49 8 2.19
24 2.10 9 2.03
10 2.06 17 1.93
12 2.03 16 1.97
12 2.00 16 1.77
3 2.49 7 2.22


Nov. 1
8
15
22
29
Dec. 6
13
20
27
19434
Ja-n. 3
10
17
24
31
Feb. 7
14
21
28
Mar. 7
14
21
28
Apr. 4
11
18
25
May 2
9
16
23
30
June 8
13
20
27
July 4
11
18
25
Aug. 1


TOTAL 430 2.52


13 2.43
34 2.10
11 2.21
17 2.11
7 2.32
21 2.22
16 2.29
15 2.33
23 2.36
12 2.36
14 2.47
9 2.41
20 2.60
29 2.65
30 2.42
14 2.26
18 2.56
30 2.63
23 2.67
33 2.52
20 2.45
13 2.76
15 2.93
31 2.66
20 2.38
6 2.72
1 3.49
4 2.69
1 2.50




585 2.39


18 $2.32
17 2.40
24 2.40
23 2.39
33 2.08
27 1.98
28 ..00
28 1.87
10 2.30
20 2.55
46 2.17
32 2.31
41 2.22
19 2.46
38 2.34
32 2.38
23 2.43
37 2.49
29 2.53
31 2.52
22 2.56
29 2.70
40 2.71
45 2.48
22 2.31
23 2.60
41 2.70
28 2.68
39 2.56
29 2.54
21 2.79
23 3.00
42 2.69
27 2.40
10 2.87
3 3.50
13 2.86
2 2.63


*1,015 2.45


1 $2.50
2 2.47
2 2.63
- -
- w


65 $3.44
77 3.52
74 3.40
74 3.29
59 3.38
54 3.82
32 4.53
63 3.54
63 3.08
50 3.34
76 3.03
44 3.21
31 3.16
60 2.86
49 3.10
59 3.24
63 3.31
66 2.95
72 2.81
51 2.88
60 3.12
59 2.95
58 2.98
69 3.06
70 3.02
72 3.03
70 3.03
61 2.80
66 3.07
78 3.09
81 3.06
88 3.04
89 2.86
71 2.86
79 2.93
79 2.87
76 2.75
72 2.75
58 3.02
86 3.23
79 3.54
70 3.67
70 4.46


5 2.54 2,843 3.17


Total Sales, Florida oranges, all varieties,
all containers, all sections ------------


1,020 cars Arg. $2.45.


Made available
thru the cooperation the Florida Citrus hExchange & the Federal-State Market News Service.


7 2.77
12 2.38
21 2.36
24 2.30
12 2.54
17 2.49
16 2.46
8 2.63
14 2.71
17 2.65
17 2.56
13 .2.66
9 2.91
11 2.85
15 2.60
8 2.41
5 2.76
11 2.91
5 2.72
6 2.78
9 2.74
8 2.85
8 3.06
11 2.76
7 2.47
4 3.09
2 3.50
9 2.94
1 2.75


m i i m ....





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WEIGmTED AV Af AUCTION PRICES ORa- ES 194i-41 SEMASI


S T. L 0 U I S


4 $2.48
2 $1.99 2 1.93
2 2.24 2 2.17
5 2.18 6 2.36
3 2.13 7 1.76
1 2.05 3 1.78
2 1.79 5 1.80
1 1.87 4 1.86
- 6 2.08


1 2.53
3 2.07
2 2.09




2 2.53
1 2.61
3 2.75
1 2.60
5 2.32
1 2.11



1 2.60
3 2.60
3 2.36
2 2.73-
4 2.66-

S .9
2 2.90





- 4


4
4
4
11
10
4
7
5
6
6
16
4
5
8
12
4
9
5
4
12
7
12
13
21
9
7
12
17
12
11
11
10
11
10
5
1
3


2.12
1.69
1.95
2.33
2.31
1.91
1.99
1.95
1.99
2.47
2.47
2.38
2.57
2.54
2.27
1.94
2.26
2.72
2.48
2.20
2.35
2.30
2.41
2.25
2.37
2.40
2.54
2.95


*WS Q 0*2'


$2.48
1.96
2.21
2.28
1.87
1,85
1.80
1.86
2.08
2.19
1.76
1.95
2.23
2.31
1.91
1.99
1.95
1.99
2.50
2.47
2.41
2.61
2.54
2.28
1.96
2.26
2.72
2.48
2.20
2.37
2.38
2.40
2.34
2.47
2.40
2.54
2.92
-


31 0 C


S 31
29
23
30
. 25
S 13
- 9
- .- 26
29
S 35
S 50
- 18


$3.10
3.25
3.22
3.13
2.97
3.67
4.33
3.38
3.00
3.07
3.18
3.05
2.96
2.96
3.05
3.22
3.15
3.07
2.84
2.76
2.85
2.96
3.03
3.11
3.08
2.89
2.87
2.93
3.04
2.97.
2.96
2.79
2.69
2.70
2.68
2.60
2.61
2.73
2.90
3.06
3.18
3.63
4.04


1 t07 'z n3


l.V.AL. OU 360 06 UL I. ,

Total Sales, Florida oranges, all varieties,
all containers, all sections ------------ ------- 312 cars Avg. $2.25.
Made available
thru the cooperation of the Florida Citrus Exchange & the Federal-State Market News Service


an. 3
10
17
24
31
Feb. 7
14
21
28
Mar. 7
14
21
28
Apr. 4
11
18
25
May 2
9
16
23
30
June 6
13
20
27
July 4
11
18
25
Aug. 1


mfhlrTIA



"










- 47 -


WEIGHED AVERAGE. AUCTION PRICES ORANGES 1940-41 SEAqSON


CINCINNATI

FL ORIDA .S T.0 C. CAIF. STOSC

* Week Stgndard Wre- Sds Standa.rd Stndard
ng Cars vg Cas Avg. Avg. Cars Avg. Cars Avg

ct.11 26 $3.18
18 26 3.40
25 2 $2.43. 2 $3.06 4 $2.75 2 3.39
Nov. 1 7 2.28 13 2.15 20 2.20 26 3.13
8 12 2.09 16 1.97 28 2.02 19 3.04
15 7 2.26 11 2.18 18 2.21 11 3.62
22 8 2.27 20 2.05 28 2.11 6 4.37
29 11 2.02 26 1.72 37 1.81 9 3.67
Dec. 6 5 2.06 17 1.83 22 1.88 14 3.03
13 8 2.01 32 1.75 40 1.80 12 2.96
20 9 2.26 36 1.82 45 1.91 14 3.08
27 4 2.00 19 1.75 23 1.79 8 2.96
an 3 5 1.96 16 1.67 21 1.74 7 2.91
10 8 2.03 17 1.79 25 1.87 1 $2.35 6 3.03
17 8 2.19 27 1.97 35 2.02 14 3.03
24 10 2.30 21 2.07 31 2.14 13 3.02
31 8 2.27 30 2.02 38 2.07 11 3.04
Feb. 7 6 2.26 31 1.91 37 1.97 10 3.09
14 3 2.19 31 2.00 34 2.02 15 2.83
21 6 2.49 23 2.02 29 2.12 14 2.76
28 10 2.43 24 2.18 34 2.25 3 2.44 10 2.86
Mar. 7 10 2.50 21 2.24 31 2.32 3 2.43 12 2.91
14 12 2.46 25 2.25 37 2.32 3 2.40 16 3.00
21 7 2.48 17 2.34 24 2.38 5 2.55 13 2.97
28 4 2.53 18 2.37 22 2.40 9 2.47 9 3.04
Apr. 4 1 2.80 33 2.28 34 2.30 5 2.47 17 2.96
11 5 2.41 23 2.36 28 2.37 8 2.32 13 2.83
18 1 2.49 24 2.05 25 2.07 3 1.95 15 2.63
25 2 2.87 23 2.30 25 2.35 4 1.99 14 2.74
May 2 3 2.84 34 2.47 37 2.50 1 1.66 13 2.81
9 1 2.56 35 2.27 36 2.28 17 2.59
16 2 2.33 22 2.34 24 2.34 19 2.57
23 5 2.39 32 2.34 37 2.35 21 2.56
30 3 2.56 15 2.45 18 2.47 18 2.59
June 6 3 2.96 26 2.65 29 2.68 25 2.57
13 4 2.76 23 2.33 27 2.39 21 2.56
20 3 2.58 15 2.36 18 2.40 23 2.49
27 2 2.71 6 2.44 8 2.51 24 2.63
July 4 3 2.89 3 2.49 6 2.69 22 2.79
11 6 2.52 4 2.29 10 2.43 34 3.12
18 3 2.47 4 2.00 7 2.20 22 3.09
25 23 3.60
Aug. 1 20 3.93


TOTAL 217 2.33 815 2.13 1,032 2.17 45 2.35 702 2.98

Total Sales, Florida oranges, all varieties,
all containers, all sections ----------,-- 1,077 cars Avg. $2.18.
Made available
thru the cooperation of the Florida Citrus Exchange & the Federal-State Market News Service





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WEIGHED AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES ORANGES 1940-41 SEASON


a -

5 $2.42 2 $2.16
2 2.29 1 1.98
8 2.56
9 2.49 6 2.42
7 2.00 6 1.85
2 1.90 2 1.82
3 2.23 2 2.18
2 1.92 14 2.07
1 1.77 5 2.10


2.18
2.35
2.20
2.55
2.37
2.24
2.33
2.54
2.71
2.50
2.55
2.73
2.41
2.42
2.49
2.55
3.07
2.79
2.75
2.68
2.83
2.96
2.90
2.43
2.57
3.40
3.07
2.42


2.17
2.14
2.24
2.17
2.25
2.26
2.09
2.27
2.37
2.50
2.42
2.48
2.69
2.57
2.29
2.27
2.29
2.66
2.58
2.43
2.51
2.61
2.62
2.48
2.12
2.38

2.60


7 $2.35
3 2.19
8 2.56
15 2.46
13 1.93
4 1.86
5 2.21
16 2.05
6 2.05
4 2.17
11 2.15
10 2.28
11 2.18
8 2.40
20 2.29
15 2.14
11 2.30
13 2.41
13 2.63
17 2.47
13 2.51
9 2.71
19 2.55
20 2.32
10 2.29
11 2.31
11 2.81
18 2.63
14 2.52
17 2.56
13 2.68
15 2.71
18 2.62
17 2.21
2 2.48
1 3.40
8 3.07
S 5 2.49


271 2.35 '43i 2.42


3 2.53 1,658 3.14


Total Sales, Florida orages, all varieties,
all containers, all sections -------------------- 434 cars Avg. $2.42.


Made available
thru the cooperation of the Florida Citrus Exchange & the


Federal-State Market News Service


1

1:


1


20
27
Jan. 3
10
17
24
31
Feb. 7
14
21
28
Mar. 7
14
21
28
Apr. 4
11
18
25
May 2
9
16
23
30
June 6
13
20
27
July 4
11
18
25
Aug. 1


$2.45

2.61



2.53






-
-


-
-


-
-


$3.35
3.47
3.41
3.17
3.19
3.87
4.39
3.35
3.26
3.05
3.09
3.12
3.18
3.05
3.15
3.28
3.25
3.10
2.95
2.81
2.96
3.06
3.02
3.06
3.10
3.04
2.96
2.75
2.98
3.06
2.97
2.94
2.95
2.85
2.84
2.76
2.72
2.97
3.05
3.19
3.34
3.85
4.36


TOIAL


160 2.53.


''





-49 -


WEIGHE- D AVE E AUCTION PRICES CrANMES 1940-41 SEASON


BALTIMORE

FLOR I.DA ST 0 CK I n er

Week SStandard Sanda. Wire- Stds. Std Wire- Standard Standard
En In I ajs Avg as l vg. Cas Avg. Cars I Avg. C-Ts I Av


Oct. 11
18
25
Nov. 1
8
15
22
29
Dec. 6
13
20
27
Jan. 3
10
17
24
31
jeb. 7
14
21
28
Mar. 7
14
21
28
Apr. 4
11
18
25
May 2
9
16
23
30
June 6
13
20
27
July 4
11
18
25
Aug. 1


-

$2.30
2.17
1.86
2.01
1.76
1.81
1.85


1.85
2.25
2.28
2.17
2.20
2.43
2.15
2.67
2.29
2.43
2.38
2.15
2.25
2.40
2.63
2.32
2.42
2.45
2.50
2.56
2.58
2.54
2.43
2.35


$1.90
-


1.55
1.70
1.75
1.60
1.86
1.74
1.57
1.45
1.75
1.75
2.07
2.40
.2.04
2.25
2.04
2.39
2.77
2.65
2.48
2.38
2.47
2.12
2.13
2.16
2.39
2.50
2.34
2.40
2.34
2.66
2.53
2.25
2.25
2.13
2.20
2.50


$1.90
2.30
2.05
1.83
1.97
1.70
1.86
1.79
1.69
1.45
1.75
1.77
2.12
2.30
2.11
2.24
2.15
2.31
2.72
2.41
2.46
2.38
2.45
2.12
2.13
2.17
2.39
2.54
2.34
2.41
2.35
2.62
2.54
2.35
2.47
2.31
2.31
2.50


$3.28
3.51
3.34
2.99
3.37
3.72
4.28
4.01
3.08
3.07
3.08
3.01
2.76
2.95
2.76
3.11
2.94
3.05
2.88
2.69
3.10
3.07
3.08
2.87
2.86
2.89
3.06
2.89
2.85
2.85
2.83
2.61
2.51
2.61
2.67
2.54
2.60
2.57
2.72
3.11
3.32
3.73,
3.90


-I
TOTAL 101 2.84 160 2.21 261 2.22 429 3.16

Total Sales, Florida oranges, all varieties,
all containers, all sections -261 cars Avg. $2.88.
Made available
thru the cooperation of the Florida Citrus Exchange & the Federal-State Market News Service







WEIGHTED AVERAGE AUCTION I. ICES ORANCES 1940-.41 = K.Am


T.0 T'AL ALL CITIES

FL RQBIDA .S C CA0IF. STOC
eIndianl Eier
Standard Standard Wire- s St Wire- Standa rda Standard
Week E n b ga, Cas eg. B* -Cars BoAs
Phing Car" s I Avg. I Cars I.Avg Cars I Arg, Cars Ava. Cars Avg.


Oct. 11
18
25
Nov. 1
8
15
22
29
Dec. 6
13
20
27
Jan. 3
10
17
24
31
Feb. 7
14
21
28
Mar. 7
14
21
28
Apr. 4
11
18
25
May .2
9
16
23
30
Junq 6
13
20
27
July 4
11
18
25
Aug. 1


$2.63
2.30
S2.36
2.25
2.22
S2.06
1.82
1.95
1.98
1.99
2.26
2.16
2.10 .
S2.20
2.24
2.30
2.26
2.22
2.31
2.61
2.40
2.45
2.53
2.51
2.44
2.23
2.34
2.62
2.62
2.49
2.40
2.63
.2.61
2.62
2.45
2.78
S2.71
2.67
2.63
3.10
.3.69 o


$2.41
2.08
2.14
2.01
3,06
1.87
1.70
1.79
1.80
1.85
2.05
1.98
1.91
2.02
2.11
2.12
2.11
2.08
2.12
2.40
2.32
2.43
2.45
2.42
2.36
2.16
2.23
2.49
2.51
2.35
2.32
2.54
2.56
2.49
2.38
2.83
2.48
2.54
2.46
2.86
3.60


30
198
248
375
445
488
448
373
521
255
252
478
511
419
384
478
457
462
457
397
513
462
442
501
482
389
418
482
537
552
509
414
518
496
413
270
261
264
159
107
66


$2.55
2.21
2.30
2.17
2.17
1.97
1.76
1.86
1.89
1.92
2.14
2.06
1.99
2.10
2.17
2.20
2.17
2.14
2.18
2.48
2.35
2.44
2.47
2.44
2.37
2.16
2.24
2.51
2.52
2.36
2.33
2.55
2.57
2.51
2.39
2.81
2.53
2.58
2.48
2.90
3.61


1
3
5
11
20
45
94
115
148
83
75
128
122
142
121
134
114
117
109
85
100
95
116
120
122
119
99
97
77
99
87
59
67
48
53
5
5
-
-


$2.73
2.23
2.43
2.51
2.73
2.76
2.52
2.56
2.64
2.62
2.86
2.80
2.64
2.52
2.58
2.71
2.72
2.66
2.71
3.17
2.79
3.03
2.85
2.72
2.69
2.46
2.55
2.66
2.85
2.56
2.47
2.71
2.77
2.80
2.66
2.97
3.03


725
666
731
716
544
395
260
315
407
408
476
248
264
356
331
330
367
415
480
376
315
353
416
422
406
483
478
415
480
501
542
568
618
542
624
552
524
587
600
734
608
587
657


$3.43
3.49
3.46
3.26
3.43
3.84
4.49
3.90
3.24
3.07
3.10
3.28
3.14
2.93
3.07
3.24
3.27
3.10
2.87
2.78
3.00
3.10
3.01
3.05
3.06
3.06
3.01
2.81
2.92
3.06
3.04
2.90
2.81
2.83.
2.80
2.72
2.70
2.85
2.91
3.12
3.39
3.84
4.19


TOTAL 5,458 2.29 10,473 2.28 15,931 2.28 3,040 2.69 20,822 3.17

Total Sales, Florida oranges, all varieties,
all con'tiners, all.sections --- --.------------- 18,971 cars Arg. $2.35.
| , . . . . . i , , , t, i ,, i , ', '


Made available
thru the cooperation of the Florida Citrus Exchange & the


Federal-State Market News Service





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WEIGCD AVERAGfE AUCTION PRICES 'LOR=A .SDiD & SELT SS GRAPEFRUIT
1940-41 SEASON

NEW YORK CI-TY

FA. s-EDED G=APE0T IT I CAn. S~E iESS GRPIM~ERIT.
Week StandardI Sut. Wire- Standard Standard Std. Wire- Standard
Sndv Cs Av. as Ag. Cs Avg. Cs Avg.
ing cars lvg s.rI. Ca Bs y CAsigg. a g j


ITM
18
25
11/1
8
15
22
29
12/6
13
20
27

10
17
24
31
2/.7
14
21
28
3/7
14
21
28
4/4
11
18
25
5/2
9
16
23
30
6/6
13
20
27
7/4
18
18
25
8/1


15 $3.58
65 1.97
34 1.65
23 1.45
31 1.66
34 1.58
21 1.36
17 1.48
15 1.57
15 1.49
12 1.44
9 1.48
4 1.43
11 1.41
13 1.32
4 1.37
3 1.43
2 1.33
6 1.31
11 1.42
8 1.44
11 1.34
9 1.38
3 1.57
7 1.60
6 1.65
2 1.88
5 1.89
4 1.76
5 1.77
7 1.91
12 1.91
12 1.95
8 1.85
9 2.13
7 2.96
4 2.89
7 2.57
2 1.62
1 3.93


TO-
TAL 474 1.74 281 1.55 755 1.67 544 1.92 5005 1.84 807 1.73 ,812 1.79 1,84 2.26

Total Sales, Florida grapefruit, all varieties,
all containers, all sections ---------- -------- 5,035 cars Avg. $1.96.
Made available
thru the cooperation of the Florida Citrus Exchange & the Federal-State Market News Service


1 $3.01 16 $3.54
23 1.93 88 1.96
16 1.41 50 1.57
21 1.21 44 1.34
3 1.41 34 1.64
6 1.48 40 1.57
8 1.29 29 1.34
4 1.45 21 1.47
4 1.39 19 1.53
6 1.43 21 1.47
11 1.39 23 1.42
5 1.39 14 1.45
6 1.50 10 1.47
7 1.37 18 1.39
12 1.25 25 1.29
12 1.30 16 1.32
7 1.31 10 1.35
12 1.26 14 1.27
7 1.30 13 1.30
8 1.33 19 1.38
4 1.31 12 1.40
3 1.38 14 1.35
3 1.36 12 1.38
6 1.51 9 1.53
6 1.44 13 1.53
4 1.54 10 1.61
2 1.06 4 1.47
7 1.32 12 1.56
4 1.48 8 1.62
2 1.45 7 1.68
3 1.76 10 1.87
3 1.55 15 1.84
4 1.66 16 1.88
6 1.65 14 1.76
15 2.00 24 2.05
12 2.49 19 2.66
9 2.37 13 2.53
4 2.20 11 2.44
1 1.43 3 1.56
3 1.83 4 2.36
1 1.66 1 1.66
- -


1 $4.64 2 $4.30 $4.30 -
9 2.51 25 2.47 2 $1.91 27 2.43
9 2.22 67 1.92 6 1.62 73 1.90 5 $2.55
11 2.06 40 1.84 20 1.39 60 1.69 13 2.63
8 2.64 43 2.11 12 1.95 55 2.08 9 3.08
16 2.13 50 1.82 12 1.79 62 1.81 22 2.72
26 1.87 38 1.65 20 1.61 58 1.64 29 2.72
16 1.83 23 1.82 7 1.84 30 1.82 22 2.70
11 2.05 35 1.80 11 1.72 46 1.78 33 2.73
17 2.10 47 1.55 21 1.50 68 1.53 60 2.27
24 2.22 25 1.57 12 1.55 37 1.56 60 2.26
27 1.87 17 1.63 11 1.64 28 1.63 32 2.22
27 1.73 17 1.79 11 1.88 28 1.82 30 2.46
30 1.71 20 1.73 19 1.65 39 1.69 52 2.34
23 1.62 28 1.56 19 1.61 47 1.58 51 2.19
18 1.73 18 1.62 19 1.64 37 1.63 81 2.13
15 1.70 24 1.44 28 1.48 52 1.46 72 1.97
24 1.70 13 1.37 23 1.39 36 1.38 60 2.09
16 1.78 16 1.44 17 1.50 33 1.47 46 2.23
19 1.86 14 1.63 14 1.60 28 1.62 82 2.19
27 1.71 16 1.49 30 1.52 46 1.51 92 1.97
30 1.65 13 1.43 25 1.43 38 1.43 67 1.99
18 1.74 20 1.53 16 1.51 36 1.52 66 2.07
15 1.86 29 1.60 24 1.58 53 1.59 78 2.08
14 2.03 14 1.52 31 1.55 45 1.54 97 2.02
14 2.01 14 1.62 30 1.71 44 1.68 80 2.17
11 2.11 27 1.86 33 1.81 60 1.83 79 2.38
4 1.87 30 1.58 52 1.55 82 1.56 85 2.18
8 2.02 21 1.47 55 1.48 76 1.48 85 2.12
9 1.92 12 1.67 28 1.66 40 1.66 89 2.11
12 2.12 35 1.82 16 1.95 51 1.86 77 2.40
11 2.00 33 2.00 17 2.21 50 2.07 63 2.52
7 2.11 39 1.95 39 1.90 78 1.93 75 2.37
3 2.38 31 1.92 39 1.91 70 1.91 50 2.42
8 2.32 20 2.48 17 2.13 37 2.32 47 2.69
6 2.75 22 2.78 19 2.82 41 2.80 22 3.21
- 26 2.92 16 2.81 42 2.88 11 3.40
24 2.81 17 2.44 41 2.54 2 3.41
8 1.92 10 1.93 18 1.93 -
4 1.68 4 2.18 8 1.93 -
3 1.30 3 1.73 6 1.51 -
1 1.34 1 2.36 2 1.85 -
1 1.17 1 2.36 2 1.77 -





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WEIGHTD AVWmERA AUCTIQO yRIES .i TTLRTHA .ED & S.ELESS G-APErUIT


PHI LADELPHIA


FL AM=lD (EARAPT'RIT


FLA. SEEDLESS GRAPERUIT
. I -... I 5dsA.& Std.1 Jnd-_i.


2 $3.48 1.$2.75- 3 3.24
27 2.09 18 1.83 45 1.96
28 1.57 9 1.29 37 1.50
14 1.57 2 1.45 16 1.56
18 1.65 2 1.24 20 1.61
14 1.64 3 1.55 17 1.62
13 1.42 4 1.29 17 '1.39
10 1.32 4 1.12 14 1.26
5 1.48 4 1.22 9 1.36
4 1.43 2 1.15 6 1.34
9 1.56 6 1.21 15 1.42
2 1.38 4 1.44 6 1.42


S18
25
11/1
8
15
22
29
12/6
13
20
27

10
17
24
31
2/7
14
21
28
3/7
14
21
28
4/4
11
18
25
5/2
9
16
23
30
6/6
13
20
27
7/4
11
18
25
8/1


5 1.32
11 1.26
7 1.28
8 1.27
7 1.22
1 1.25
4 1.20
1 1.55
5 1.41
2 1.44
1 1.40
2 1.65
4 1.55
4 1.46
1 1.10
1 2.20
6 1.75
6 1.74
7 1.87
4 1.72
1 2.05
3 2.58
3 2.12
3 2.31
4 1.64
2 1.75
1 2.25


- 5 $2.28
1 $1.30 12 1.84
14 1.72
2 2.21 9 1.91
2 2.58 15 1.80
7 2.01 14 1.56
2 1.82 10 1.58
3 2.24 5 1.76
4 2.27 15 1.60
4 2.11 15 1.67
5 1.85 5 1.71
7 1.88 5 1.72
9 1.76 11 1.61
7 1.62 14 1.59
7 1.74 11 1.66
6 1.59 13 1.54
4 1.72 13 1.44
5 1.79 7 1.39
10 1.78 5 1.55
6 1.89 9 1.75
14 1.70 12 1.59
13 1.67 7 1.50
12 1.67 3 1.53
3 1.85 3 1.62
3 2.16 6 1.74
5 1.84 12 1.83
1 2.12 21 1.53
5 1.89 14 1.46
11 1.90
1 1.91 19 1.89
17 1.94
1 1.41 12 1.84
12 1.91
13 2.37
10 2.55
8 2.59
9 2.51
9 1.80
4 1.35
4 1.66
1 1.45


S5$2.28
12 1.84
1 1.45 15 1.70
1 1.78 10 1.90
5 1.56 20 1.74
10 1.35 24 1.47
3 1.38 13 1.53
4 1.50 9 1.64
3 1.42 18 1.57
1 1.40 16 1.65
1 1.50 6 1.68
3 1.52 8 1.64
3 1.48 14 1.58
3 1.32 17 1.54
4 1.35 15 1.58
2 1.34 15 1.51
4 1.27 17 1.40
5 1.32 12 1.36
3 1.35 8 1.48
3 1.52 12 1.69
4 1.42 16 1.55
5 1.34 12 1.43
9 1.35 12 1.40
11 1.28 14 1.35
6 1.49 12 1.62
7 1.70 19 1.78
18 1.19 39 1.37
14 1.16 28 1.31
6 1.60 17 1.79
7 1.70 26 1.84
4 1.77 21 1.91
10 1.57 22 1.72
3 1.65 15 1.86
2 2.38 15 2.37
5 2.54 15 2.55
3 2.56 11 2.58
1 2.05 10 2.46
1 1.46 10 1.77
3 1.67 7 1.49
3 1.62 3 1.62
2 1.86 6 1.73
2 1.45 3 1.45


TO-
TALS 215 1.66 94 1.45 309 1.59 149 1.82 414 1.77 185 1.48 538 1.68 277 2.05


Total Sales, Florida grapefruit, all varieties,
all containers, all sections --------------------------


1,334 cars Avg. $1.75.


Made available
thru the cooperation of the Florida Citrus Exchange & the Federal-State Market News Service


2 1.42 3 1.25
5 1.34 .6 1.19
4 1.36 3 1.17
3 1.35 5 1.22
5 1.25 2 1.15
1 1.25
3 1.25 1 1.05
1 1.55 -
5 1.41 -
2 1.44 -
- "
1 1.40 -
1 1.65 1 1.65
1 1.70 3 1.50
2 1.82 2 1.10
1 1.10 -
1 2.20 -
6 1.75
5 1.74 1 1.71
7 1.87
3 1.83 1 1.40
S 1 2.05
2 2.67 1 2.40
1 2.36 2 2.00
2 2.29 1 2.36
3 1.51 1 2.05
1 2.19 1 1.31
1 2.25 -


.- w


1$2.29
-6-
1 2.65
5 2.21
5 2.10
5 2.18
12 2.08
4 1.94
2 2.29
7 2.13
11 2.02
14 1.85
8 1.77
7 1.97
16 1.97
17 1.84
19 1.85
22 1.84
17 2.08
9 2.32
16 1.98
14 1.94
10 2.20
14 2.19
7 2.19
13 2.17
10 2.12
3 2.05
7 3.11
1 3.11
-
-
-


I lllm i m





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WEIGETED AVERA4 AUCTION PRI E FInrIf.A T4 nED & =nPS GAPQEI ITP


B 0 ST 0 N
FL-A. SmEDED GAPEFRUIT FL A. S- TLESSr CAPEESIUIT
W A Ind.- Rir. I CSM -Riv.
Week Standard Std.Wire- S S Standard Std.Wire- S t. Standard
End1- Boxes. boun dg. om G tiCg Boes gS -SdBo-s B Be
n Cars Avg. Cars IAvg. Cars Av. rs Avg. Cars Avg. s Avg. Cars Avg. Cars IAg.

18 14 $2.13 1 $1.81 15 $2.11 -
.25 6 1.76 4 1.36 10 1.60 3 1.90 3 $1.90 -
11/1 4 1.67 1 1.18 5 1.57 3 1.82 3 1.82 1 $2.49
8 2 1.55 2 1.55 -
15 3 1.53 1 1.30 4 1.47 3 $2.22 3 1.96 3 1.96 -
22 5 1.68 1 1.40 6 1.63 5 2.25 5 1.82 2 $1.46 7 1.72 3 2.48
29 2 1.53 2 1.60 4 1.56 4 1.88 2 2.71
12/6 3 1.49 1 1.63 4 1.53 3 1.97 1 1.64 1 1.64 2 2.49
13 2 1.59 2 1.59 3 2.25 6 1.79 6 1.79 3 2.61
20 1 1.70 1 1.70 3 2.30 12 1.71 12 1.71 8 2.33
27 1 1.83 1 1.83 5 2.15 3 1.51 3 1.51 5 2.31
7 6 2.02 42.23
10 3 1.56 3 1.56 13 1.70 2 1.55 2 1.55 7 2.18
17 1 1.57 2 1.35 3 1.42 9 1.72 6 1.72 6 1.72 9 2.09
24 2 1.43 2 1.43 11 1.54 2 1.65 2 1.65 19 2.05
31 4 1.40 1 1.26 5 1.37 8 1.57 1 1.61 1 1.50 2 1.56 11 1.95
2/7 1 1.15 1 1.15 8 1.72 1 1.73 1 1.20 2 1.47 21 1.86
14 1 1.62 1 1.62 9 1.64 1 1.58 1 1.58 7 1.90
21 17 1.63 5 1.97
28 3 1.40 3 1.40 19 1.59 3 1.76 3 1.76 14 2.05
3/7 1 1.45 1 1.45 17 1.68 7 1.56 7 1.56 21 1.98
14 2 1.26 2 1.26 13 1.61 2 1.40 1 1.31 3 1.37 20 1.74
21 9 1.65 15 1.92
28 5 1.78 2 1.64 11.48 3 1.59 18 1.90
4/4 3 2.22 2 1.97 1 1.44 3 1.79 21 2.03
11 1 1.41 1 1.41 3 2.00 1 2.00 2-1.94 3-1.96 21 2.24
18 1 1.45 2 1.37 3 1.40 3 1.91 9 1.69 3 1.51 12 1.65 16 2.12
25 4 1.67 2 1.42 1 1.59 3 1.48 25 1.81
5/2 11.82 1 1.91 1 1.91 22 2.12
9 1 1.94 1 1.94 5 1.85 1 1.80 6 1.84 17 2.53
16 4 1.93 4 1.93 3 2.34 3 2.34 16 2.36
23 3 2.15 3 2.15 1 1.45 6 2.07 1 1.31 7 1.96 24 2.24
30 1 1.76 1 1.76 4 1.84 1 1.98 5 1.87 25 2.06
6/6 1 1.93 1 1.93 7 2.47
13 3 2.53 1 2.57 4 2.54 2 3.08
20 2 2.25 1 2.26 3 2.25 13 3.01
27 1 2.18 1 2.18 3 2.56
7/4 1 1.55 1 1.55 -
11 1 1.57 1 1.57 1 1.14 11.64 2 1.39 -
18 -
25 -
8/1 -


ToLS 73 1.72 16 -1.42 89 1.66 385 1.75 102 1.79 22 1.69 124 1.77 407 2.12

Total Sales, Florida grapefruit, all varieties,
all containers, all sections ----------. -----..- 805 cars Arg. $1.93.
Made available
thru the cooperation of the Florida Citrus Exchange & the Federal-State Market News Service





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WEIGHTED APRAgB AUCTION PRICES .* FORIMDA m & M=S .aE GAPMTUI'T
1940=41.SEASON


L :.'n M2 GRAPEFRIT


Wire-


5 $2.05 8 $2.09 13 $2.07
2 1.53 3' 1.49 5 1.51
- 1 40 1 1.40 -
- a -
-1 1 1.63 1 1.63 -
1 1.75 2 1.50 3 1.58
- 2 1.36 2 1.36 -
- .-
1 1.53 1 1.53 -
- 1 1.78 1 1.78


2 1.64 1 1.56 3 1.61 -


- 1 1.4 1 1.40 -



1 1.57 1 1.67
- 1 1.20 1 1.20
a a a a a -






1 2.00 1 2.100
1 1.81 2 1.63 3 1.69
- 1 1.98 1 1.98

1 2.04 2.04


PITTSBURGH

STFLA.. .SE LESS MGAPEFEUIT


Std.Wire-


2 $1.77 1 $1.5 3 $1.71
- 1 1.91 1 1.91 -
- 1 1.80 1 1.80 -
1 2.03 1 2.03 -
S 4 1.80 4 1.80 -
1 1.65 1 1.60 2 1.63 -
S 3 1.65 3 .1.65 -
- 2 1.60 2 1.60 -
- .- 1 1.68 1 1.68 -
1 1.92 1 1.92 -
1 2.05 1 2.05 -
S 3 1.81 4 1.61 7 1.70 -
S 3 1.68 5 1.54 8 1.59 -
S 4 1.90 6 1.41 10 1.61 -
1 1.46 3 1.35 4 1.38 -
4 1.90 3 1.49 7 1.72 -
1 2.14 6 1.33 7 1.45 -
S 3 1.97 3 1.42 6 1.70 -
S 1 2.25 4 1.48 5 1.63 -
S 3 2.04 7 1.47 10 1.64 -
1 1.88 3 1.49 4 1.59 -
S 3 1.68 5 1.67 8 1.67 -
1 2.00 7 1.54 8 1.60 -
8 1.52 8 1.52 -
3 1.91 4 1.55 7 1.70 -
6 1.84 6 1.38 12 .1.61
S 4 1.75 3 1.36 7 1.58 1 $1.75
5 2.12 5 1.65 10 1.89 -
11 2.02 4 1.62 15 1.91 -
11 2.07 3 1.52 14 1.95 -
S 6 1.96 4 1.35 10 1.72 -
S 4 2.29 3 1.58 7 1.99 -
S 4 2.50 1 1.82 5 2.36
4 2.67 4 2.67 -
- 4 2.46 4 2.46
1 2.05 1 2.05
- 1 1.75 1 1.75
a a a a a a a a -
a a a a a a a
a a a a a -. a a -
a a a a a a a a


TO" 15 1.82 24 1.71 39 1.75
TALKS


- 205 2.00 104 1.51 209 1.76 1 1.75


Total Sales, Florida grapefruit, all varieties,
all containers, all sections --------------


249 cars Avg. $1.76.


Made available
thru the cooperation of the Florida Citrus Exchange & the Federal-State Market News Service


8
15
S22
29
12/6
13
20
27

17
10
17
24
31
2/7
.14
21
28
3/7
14
21
.28
4/4
11
18
25
5/2
9
16
23
30
6/6
13
20
27
7/4
11
18
25
8/1





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WEIGH AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES A. tIRI- A ST DD & SEE ESS GRAPEFRUITT


CLEVELAND
LA. SE DED GRPEFRUIT nLA. SEEzLESS TAPEFRIT
WIed e SRi-, IWndieig.
Week StandardI St.Wire- Standard Standard Std..Wire- td^ & Standard
End- goxs bom.Boaes Cax M .. s oes bI oundBoxes I n Boxes
Mg Cars|Ag. Crs|Avg. CsAvg PAg. asA. CarslAvg. Cas|Arg. C7ars| Cars. Ag.


- 1 $3.90
5 $224 7 2.17
2 1.64 5 1.69 -
1 1.68 1 1.68 -
I I I -
1 1.71 1 1.71 -

"- 1 1.53

1 2.20 1 2.20
- 1 1.76


- -, 1 $2.34 1 $2.34 -
1 $1.99 2 1.67 3 1.78
- a a a
a a a a a a -
- 4 1.95 4 1.95 -
1 1.67 1 1.67


* 18
25
11/1
8
15
22
29
12/6
13
20
27
934
10
17
24
31
2/7
14
21
28
3/7
14
21
28
4/4
11
18
25
5/2
9
16
23
30
6/6
13
20
27
7/4
11
18
25
8/1


T-0 35 1.81 13 1.98 48 1.86 3 2.18 153 2.03 52 1.68 205 1.94

Total Sales, Florida grapefruit, all varieties,
all containers, all sections ---- ------- ------ 256 cars Avg. $1.92.

Made available
thru the cooperation of the Florida Citrus Exchange & the Federal-State Market News Service


1 $3.90
2 2.01
3 1.73



1 1.53


1 1.76

3 1.56
2 1.63
4 1.48
- -




1 1.76
1 1.78
2 1.62
1 1.81
2 1.49
1 1.96
2 1.92
2 2.03
5 1.99
1 1.74


1 2.31 1 2.31
- 3 1.56 1 2.33 3 1.70 3 1.70
2 1.63 2 2.11 1 1.62 1 1.62
4 1.48 1 1.63 1 1.63
1 1.69 1 1.69
2 1.77 2 1.77
- a ~- a 3 1.81 a 3 1.81 -
- 2 1.75 2 1.69 4 1.72
- 3 1.95 4 1.40 7 1.64
S6 2.03 3 1.64 9 1.90 a
S- -1 1.76 - 6 1.70 1 1.63 7 1.69
1 1.51 2 1.65 9 1.99 5 1.66 14 1.87
- 2 1.62 9 2.24 2 1.99 11 2.19
- 1 1.81 11 1.93 3 1.63 14 1.87
5 1.93 5 1.38 10 1.66
2 1.49 10 1.84 8 1.55 18 1.71
1 1.96 11 1.97 2 2.01 13 1.98 -
- 2 1.92 13 1.88 5 1.74 18 1.84
S 2 2.03 13 1.92 3 1.89 16 1.91
5 1.99 8 2.07 3 1.98 11 2.05
1 1.99 2 1.87 9 2.35 1 1.92 10 2.31 -
1 2.13 1 2.13 9 2.20 1 1.96 10 2.18 -
- 7 2.77 7 2.77 -
S 3 2.41 3 2.41
- 2 2.31 2 2.31 -
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WEIGHTED AVERAGE AITCTION PRICES flRInI rmED & SEET LSSS GAPERUIT.


SC H C ICAG 0


MEL. SE=DFD GAP = FRUIT L XSILESS GERAPMEEIT
S !Std.s s .Ci! I M ^a,. SJ Inc.Rig.
Sd Std. ire- sI. Lxtks Standard Stadad Std Wire- Sta'dard.
7arsAvg. Cars Avg. arMvg. aaIs avg. s as Avg. 4assAvf. Ia AAv.


4 $2.22 4 $2.22 -
3 1.68 1 1.53 4 1.64 -
- a
3 $2.06 3 2.06

1 1.67 I- 1 1.67 -
2. 2.49 2 2.49
1 3.08 1 3.08
2 3.34 2 3.34
4 1.79 4 1.79


- 2 $2.11
- 3 1.75 -
S 1 1.72 -



- - -
e e -
* el -


S 2 $2.11 -
-. 3 1.75 -
1 1.72 -



el -e-
.r .


18
25
11/1.
8
15
22
29
12/6.
13
20.
27.

10
17
24.
31
2/7
14
21
28
3/7
14
21
28
4 4
18
25
5/2
9
16
23
30
6/6
13
20
27
7/4
11
18
25
8/1


- 4
T- 43 2.10 2 1.49 45 2.07 4 1.68 198 2.08 64 1.75 26 2.00 2 1.57


Total Sales, Florida grapefruit, all vexictios,
all containers, all sections ------------------


----a--.--


313 cars Avg. $2.00.


S2.15 2 2.15 1 $2.0 3 1.77 3 1.77
3 1.63 3 1.63 3 1.57 1 1.68 1 1.68
2 1.84 2 1.84 -
1 1.30 1 1.30 -
2 2.04 2 2 .04 -
- 1 1.45 1 1.45 1 1.75 1 1.75

1 1.31 1 1 1.31 2 1.55 7 2 1.55 a
1 2.95 1 2.95 -
2 2.78 2 2.78 -
1 2.58 1 2.58 5 1.74 3 1.68 8 1.72
S 2 1.75 3 1, 5 1.67 2 $1.57
1 2.53 1 2.53 4 1.93 9 1;. 13 1.79
1 1.54 1 1.54 10 1.88 8 1.53 18 1.72 -
1..2.23 -1 2.23 7 1.63 3 1.26 10 1.52 -
9 1.78 7 1.71 16 1.75 -
17 2.11 5 1.86 22 2.05 -
27 2.01 9 1.99 36 2.01 -
29 2.05 4 1.67 33 2.00
3 1.88 3 188 19 1.89 3 1.81 22 1.88
1 2.27 1 2.27 13 2.36 6 1.79 19 2.18
1 1.81 1 1.81 21 2.32 22.01 23 2.29 -
S a a 12 2.69 2 2.22 14 .2.62 . -
S 8 2.55 8 2.55 .
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WEIGRTED AVERAGE AiUhIN RES TORIDTA flIlD & gTEnLSS RABPERTI'T


S T. L 0 U I S

EbA. SEEDED APEBUIT FI. SEiDLEFSS GRAPEfRTIT.

Ste r StdWire- St d St d Std Wire- aa Sd
ing -I Cars|AvNg. arsAv. Carsg.| v rsAv. sAvg CasAvg. CasAg| CasAv
qk Stn ao~~ie-~ t


- $1.39 -


- 1 $1.3 -

.r .
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.r .
.r .
-r .
.- .
.- .


18
25
11/1
8
15
22
29
12/6
13
20
27



17
24
31
2/7
14
21
28
3/7
14
21
28
4/4
11
18
25
5/2
9
16
23
30
6/6
13
20
27


18
25
8/1


--. . - - - I - . .
TO-
TALS 47 1.86 62 1.68 109 1.77 -

Total Sales, Florida grapefruit, all varieties,
all containers, all sections --------- -------- 109 cars Avg. $1.77.

Made available
thru the cooperation of the Florida Citrus Exchange & the Federal-State Market News Service


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2 1.3 2 $1.31 4 1.31
- 1 1.52 1 1.52 -
- 7 1.71 7 1.71 -
3 1.49 3 1.61 6 1.55 -
2 1.31 5 1.31 7 1.31 -
3 1.48 5 1.59 8 1.55
- 4 1.78 11 1.77 15 1.77 -
- 2 1.83 7 1.83 9 1.83 -
9 1.76 9 1.66 18 1.71 -
6 1.92 3 1.66 9 1.83 -
- 4 2.06 5 1.82 9 1.93
5 2.44 2 1.95 7 2.30
- 3 2.37 3 2.37 -
- 3 2.72 1 1.67 4 2.46 -
1 1.60 1 1.60 -
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WEIGHTED ABEAGE ACTION PRICES .- rfLRIDT SilED & ASEEiSS RCAPfRUMIT
1940-41 SESO=N

CINCINNATI
FLA. SEDED .RAPFRUIIT -FIA. SEEDLESS GRAPEE3RUIT
Week tWsds &t Ia Jl Riv. :& Std. Riv.
E-Stf d Stgncia d Standas d. StAWir- 3. StaXlr
i"g -as|AM g./Cars|Avg. Cas|Avg./ CaslAvg.I Crs|Avg. CEslmy. Cjs&ATjrg.ZA'
[lo =s", A. .. g..~ a ~ . .


3 $3.00 1 $2.75 4 2.94
5 2.09 7 1.91 12 1.99
5 1.44 7 1.28 12 1.35 -
- 3 1.22 3 1.2 -
4 1.43 4 1.43 -
2 1.62 2 1.62
2 1.63 2 1.47 4 1.55
1 1.51 1. 1.44 2 .1.48
1 2.15 1 2.15
1 1.95 2 1.25 3 1.50 -
1 2.30 1 2.30 -
1 1.55 1 1.02 2 1.29


S 1 $1.79 $1.79 -
1 1.63 1 1.63 -
- 1 1.67 1 1.67 -
- 3 1.74 3 1.74 -
1 1.41 a - 1 1.41

- a 1 $1.66 1 1.66 -
4 1.72 4 1.72


Eff
18
25
11/1
8
15
22
29
12/6
13
20
27

10
17
24
31
2/7
14
21
28
3/7
.14
21
28
4/4
11
18
25
5/2
9
16
23
30
-6/6
13
20
27

18
25
8/1


TO- 67 1.76 37 1.49 104 1.66 1 1.67 198 1.85 113 1.62 311 1.77 -
TAL
Total Sales, Florida grapefruit, all varieties,
all containers, all sections ---- --------- -- 416 cars Avg. $1.74.
Made available
thru the cooperation of the Florida Citrus Exchange & the Federal-State Market News Service


1 1.49 1 149 2 1.78 2 1.78 -
4 1.81 1.81 1 $1.67 7 1.81 7 1.81 -
5 1.59 2 1.35 7 1.52 4 1.72 1 1.85 5 1.75 -
4 1.46 4 1.46 41.68 4 1.68 -
4 1.62 4 1.62 1 1.88 3 1.62 4 1.68
1 1.40 1 1.35 2 1.38 2 1.75 3 1.46 5 1.58 -
1 1.54 1.54 2 1.90 1 1.57 3 1.79 -
2 1.58 1 1.18 3 1.45 4 1.71 3 1.39 7 1.57 -
2 1.44 2 1.38 4 1.41 7 1.66 3 1.43 10 1.59
2 1.51 2 1.44 4 1.48 6 1.67 1 1.41 7 1.63
1 1.52 1 1.52 6 1.73 11 1.53 17 1.60 -
1 1.57 1 1.57 7 1.70 6 1.44 13 1.58 -
4 1.69 4 1.69 10 1.63 7 1.35 17 1.51 -
1 2.19 1 1.52 2 1.85 11 1.79 5 1.50 16 1.70
1 2.48 2 1.37 3 1.74 12 1.70 8 1.47 20 1.61 -
2 1.90 2 1.90 9 1.71 10 1.20 19 1.44 -
- 11 1.90 6 1.28 17 1.68
2 2.05 1 1.42 3 1.84 12 1.93 8 1.74 20 1.85 -
2 1.72 21.72 13 2.07 11 1.66 24 1.88 -
- 16 1.89 5 1.64 21 1.83
- 15 2.02 5 1.69 20 1.94
1 2.60 1 2.60 10 1.92 3 1.81 13 1.89
- 1 1.97 1 1.97 6 2.34 7 2.51 13 2.43
S 6 2.29 4 2.52 10 2.38
S 1 2.27 1 2.56 2 2.42
S a 3 2.12 3 2.12



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WEIGHMED AVERAcE AUCTTIN PRICES bflsRIFA SDED & gn RS AERtgIAPtIIT
1940-41 SEASOU

DE T 0 I T
FLA. SEEDED 2APJIT I A. SEDEiSS GRAPEEUIT


2 $2.00 1 $2.6.7 3- $22.30 1 2.01 5 $2.24
1 1.88 1 1.88 2 1.96 2 1.96
- 1 1.54 1 1.54 4 1.58 1 1.45 5 1.55
- 1 1.77 1 1.77


a 1 1.90 -
- 1 1.56

r r r m
r r e a


" i 1. 90
S 1 .1.56


1 1.54 -





1 1.93


2 1.92 a

S1.9 -
1 2.16 -
1 2.00 -
-

















. .

. .
. .


- 1 2.31 1 2,31
S a a. 3 1.86 1 1.80 4 1.85
- 1 $1.81 1 2.06 1 2.06
- 1 1.63 2 1.48 1 1.77 3 1.58 -
- 2 1.39 2 1.39
S 1 1.55 1 1.55
- 1 1.70 1 1.66 2 1.68
. 1 2.16 1 1.85 2 2.01
1.54 2 2.31 1 1.55 3 2.06 -
- a 2 1.74 6 1.72 8 1.73
S- 1 1.75 5 1.69 6 1.70
- 3 1.73 3 1.50 6 1.62 -
- 3 1.82 5 1.62 8 1.70
- 5 2.13 5 1.81 10 1.97
. 4 1.92 10 1.60 14 1.69
1 1.93 5 1.62 5 1.27 10 1.45
. 6 1.80 3 1.26 9 1.62
S 10 2.23 3 2.16 13 2.21
1.92 15 2.09 6 1.79 21 2.00
- 11 1.92 6 1.56 17 1.79
3 1.90 8 2.09. 1 1.47 9 2.02 -
- 1 2.16 12 2.41 3 1.80 15 2.29
S 1 2.00 8 2.51 4 1.90 12 2.31
. 3 2.69 1 2.03 4 2.52
. 1 2.40 1 2.13 2 2.27
.. 1 1.98 1 1.98
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TO-
TAL 12 1.93 3 2.11 14 1.95, 3 1.72 123 2.07 77 1.66 199 1.91 -


Total Sales, Florida grapefruit, all varieties,
all containers, all sections -----------------


215 cars Avg. $1.91.


Made available
thru the cooperation of the Florida Citrus Exchange & the Federal-State Market News Service


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WEIGHTED AVERACLE AUCTION PRICES =- F~RmA S-~E ,i SE~ELESS GRAP~iJIT


BALTIMORE
FIA. SEEDED GBAPEFRUIT FLA. SFELLESS URAPEFRUIT
Week 4 IStdWiet Ind. Rivt
ek S- S Standard Std Wire- p Standard
E 1" ..s1oessv% jharsikg. BoxesIaBo
Ing as|Ayg. Cars[Av I s. sAvg./ Ca~s|Avs .g s|1. Ca.s zA.. js| .l. Cs|Avg.


5 $1.91 1 $1.80 6 1.89
2 1.48 3 1.33 5 1.39


- 1 1.65 1 1.65 -
2 1.50 3 1.38 5 1.43
3 1.27 1 1.30 4 1.38
*1 1.30 1 1.30
- 1 1.45 .1 1.45 5
S 1 1.55 1 1.55 -


- a -
- a -


- 1*1.55 1$1.55 -
- a a -
- 1 1.25 1 1.25 -
- a a a a a
- -r r- ..
- -r -r ..
- -r r .


18
25
11/1
8
15
22
29
12/6
13
20
27

10
17
24
31
2/7
14
21
28
3/7
14
21
28
4/4
11
18
25
5/2
9
16
23
30
6/6
13
20
27
7/4
11
18
25
8/1


T- 18 1.65 24 1.42. 42 1.52 10 1.76 28 1.80 11 1.38 39 1.68
TAL -

Total Sales, Florida grapefruit, all varieties,
all containers, all-sectlons ------------------ -- 91 cars Avg. $1.61.
Made available
thru the cooperation of the Florida Citrus Exchange & the Federal-State Market News Service


- 1.40 1 1.40 1. .a -
- -a 1 1.30 1 1.30
1 1.50 2 1.30 3 1.36 .
- 1.30 1 1.30 1 .90 1 1.15 2 1.03

S a 1 130 1 1.30 .
- 1 1.30 1 1.30 -
1.45 2 1.45 1 1.50 1 1.50
a 1 1.30 1 1.30 1 $1.90 -
S - 2 1.80 1 1.35 1 1.35 -
1 1.15 1 1.15 1 1.65 1 1.40 1 1.40 -
S a a 3 1.63 -
1 1.75 -
- 1 1.55 1 1.55 2 1.88 -
a a 5 1.35 5 1.35 -
S 3 1.63 3 1.63 -
2 1.65 2 1.65 1 1.65 1 1.45 2 1.55 -
Sa 1 1.75 1 1.75 -
S 4 1.96 4 1.96
S 3 1.80 3 1.80 a
2 1.85 2 1.85 -3 1.83 3 1.83
1 1.90 1 1.90 2 1.73 2 1.73
- a .1 2.60 1 2.60
.- 2 2.38 2 2.38
- 1 2.40 1 2.40 2 2.40
1 2.00 1 2.00 1 2.40 1 2.40
S- a 1 1.35 1 -.65 2 1.00 -

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WEIGTtED AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES ELQIDA SEEDED & SE DT E S _.RAPEFRIT


TOTAL ALL CITIES
F-. S~ED GRAP~FUT FLA. SEEDLESS G~APERUIT
II& S.b s & St d.Riv.
Week Stndax Std Wire- ir Stamlara Standard Std ,Wire- Sdar

ing aAg. Cas A. Cars IAvg. s. a


S 18
25
11/1
8
15
22
29
12/6
13
20
27


17
24
31
2/7
14
21
28
3/7
14
21
28
4/4
11
18
25
5/2
9
16
23
30
6/6
13
20
27
7/4
11
18
25
8/1


21 $3.50 3 $2.84 24 $3.42
129 2.03 64 1.95 193 2.00
84 1.61 45 1.38 129 1.53
41 1.51 30 1.26 71 1.40
55 1.64 5 1.34 60 1.61
56 1.62 12 1.52 68 1.60
42 1.44 18 1.36 60 1.41
34 1.44 16 1.36 50 1.41
29 1.59 10 1.34 39 1.53
25 1.56 10 1.34 35 1.50
25 1.68 20 1.40 45 1.56
18 1.58 11 1.39 29 1.51
7 1.44 10 1.41 17 1.42
30 1.55 14 1.31 44 1.47
29 1.44 21 1.26 50 1.36
19 1.46 18 1.28 37 1.37
17 1.40 10 1.27 27 1.35
7 1.50 15 1.28 22 1.35
11 1.34 10 1.29 21 1.31
13 1.44 11 1.34 24 1.39
16 1.44 7 1.33 23 1.41
20 1.46 5 1.40 25 1.45
17 1.56 4 1.31 21 1.51
6 1.77 7 1.47 13 1.61
13 1.62 7 1.45 20 1.56
11 1.77 7 1.55 18 1.68
7 1.81 7 1.33 14 1.57
12 1.88 11 1.29 23 1.60
7 1.59 6 1.54 13 1.56
9 1.90 3 1.44 12 1.79
20 1.85 3 1.76 23 1.84
23 1.89 4 1.59 27 1.85
36 1.94 4 1.66 40 1.91
18 1.92 10 1.65 28 1.82
11 2.09 19 2.01 30 2.04
9 2.90 13 2.48 22 2.65
6 2.66 11 2.30 17 2.43
10 2.46 5 2.23 15 2.38
5 1.55 2 1.74 7 1.60
3 2.56 4 1.70 7 2.07
1 2.25 1 1.66 2 1.96


T- 958 1.74 493 1.54 1A45 1.67 898 1.86 2372 1.88 3497 1.67 3869 1.80 3611 3.21
TAL


Total Sales, Florida grapefruit, all varieties,
all containers, all sections ------


8,823 cars Avg. $1.91.


Made available
thru the cooperation of the Florida Citrus Exchange & the Federal-State Market News Service


1 $4.64 2 $4.30 2$4.30 -
9 2.51 35 2.40 4 $2.04 39 2.36 -
10 2.13 91 1.90 9 1.63 100 1.88 5 $2.55
11 2.06 64 1.79 23 1.41 87 1.69 14 2.62
10 2.56 55 2.06 14 1.93 69 2.03 9 3.08
21 2.18 70 1.82 17 1.72 87 1.80 22 2.72
38 1.98 69 1.68 32 1.52 101 1.63 32 2.70
22 1.83 38 1.72 11 1.69 49 1.71 25 2.68
17 2.07 44 1.78 15 1.66 59 1.75 35 2.72
24 2.15 68 1.58 26 1.50 94 1.56 64 2.29
31 2.21 52 1.63 15 1.55 67 1.61 73 2.26
37 1.91 30 1.65 12 1.62 42 1.64 42 2.22
40 1.80 27 1.82 14 1.80 41 1.81 39 2.40
55 1.73 53 1.71 27 1.63 80 1.68 71 2.28
45 1.66 58 1.61 28 1.57 86. 1.60 64 2.16
37 1.67 43 1.64 31 1.54 74 1.60 102 2.11
29 1.84 40 1.49 40 1.48 80 1.48 90 1.98
36 1.70 35 1.51 35 1.39 70 1.45 92 2.03
30 1.74 29 1.50 30 1.44 59 1.47 67 2.12
46 1.76 31 1.69 24 1.53 55 1.62 95 2.14
53 1.69 42 1.67 43 1.52 85 1.59 113 1.98
63 1.67 46 1.61 48 1.46 94 1.53 104 1.98
45 1.68 43 1.63 45 1.51 88 1.57 103 1.97
39 1.74 58 1.63 53 1.53 111 1.58 112 2.02
23 1.94 44 1.69 71 1.50 115 1.57 139 1.97
22 2.05 51 1.87 73 1.67 124 1.75 118 2.13
19 2.02 83 1.83 83 1.67 166 1.75 109 2.35
8 1.92 97 1.63 107 1.41 204 1.51 117 2.14
17 1.90 81 1.64 103 1.44 184 1.53 125 2.04
10 1.91 84 1.97 68 1.73 152 1.86 121 2.12
13 2.10 144 1.94 66 1.81 210 1.90 108 2.39
11 2.00 145 1.97 51 1.84 196 1.94 86 2.46
9 1.96 122 1.96 69 1.78 191 1.89 112 2.32
3 2.38 101 2.08 64 1.86 165 1.99 85 2.28
8 2.32 87 2.39 37 2.16 124 2.32 57 2.63
6 2.75 72 2.64 32 2.67 104 2.65 31 3.18
- 57 2.70 24 2.65 81 2.69 25 3.18
- 43 2.50 20 2.36 63 2.45 5 2.90
- 18 1.85 12 1.86 30 1.85 -
- 10 1.46 9 1.78 19 1.61 -
3 1.30 6 1.67 9 1.55 -
5 1.60 3 2.03 8 1.76 -
2 1.31 3 1.75 5 1.57 -





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WEIgTED A UE RA~. AUCTION PRICES CMGEMEBJIT (ALT VARIETrES)


NEW YORK CITY


Jan. 3
10
17
24
31
Feb. 7
14
21
28
Mar. 7
14
21
28
Apr. 4
11
18
25
May 2
9
16
23
30
June 6
13
20
27
July 4
11
18
25
Aug. -1


18 $3.62
115 2.07
123 1.77
104 1.54
89 1.91
102 1.71
87 1.53
51 1.68
65 1.71
89 1.52
60 1.51
42 1.57
38 1.73
57 1.60
72 1.48
53 1.53
62 1.44
50 1.35
46 1.42
47 1.52
58 1.49
52 1.40
48 1.48
62 1.58
58 1.54
54 1.67
64 1.81
94 1.56
84 1.49
47 1.66
61 1.86
65 2.02
94 1.92
84 1.89
61 2.21
60 2.75
55 2.80
52 2.52
21 1.87
12 2.07
7 1.53
2 1.85
2 1.77


1 $4.64
9 2.51
14 2.34
24 2.37
17 2.87
38 2.47
55 2.32
38 2.33
44 2.56
77 2.23
84 2.25
59 2.06
57 2.11
82 2.11
74 2.01
99 2.05
87 1.92
84 1.98
62 2.11
L01 2.13
L19 1.91
97 1.88
84 2.00
93 2.05
L11 2.02
94 2.15
90 2.35
89 2.17
93 2.11
98 2.09
89 2.36
74 2.45
82 2.35
53 2.42
55 2.64
28 3.11
11 3.40
2 3.41
-
-


13 $2.82
13 2.44
12 2.38
12 2.15
10 2.24
11 2.41
22 1.75
23 1.85
24 1.72
20 2.04
4 1.94
5 2.64
6 2.66
11 2.56
21 2.36
12 2.14
7 2.32
13 2.30
6 2.45
9 2.24
3 2.55
3 3.11
7 3.03
5 2.59
2 2.70
1 2.82
2 2.53
3 2.28


- -
-. -
- ,



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TOTAL 2,567 1.76 2,468 2.18 280

Total Sales, Florida, all varieties, con-
tainers & sections- 5,035 cars Avg. $1.96


3 $3.24
50 2.01
49 1.58
31 1.63
30 1.71
37 1.68
41 1.44
27 1.39
18 1.50
24 1.51
31 1.54
12 1.55
13 1.52
25 1.44
24 1.46
23 1.47
22 1.42
18 1.39
16 1.32
8 1.48
13 1.68
21 1.51
14 1.43
12 1.40
15 .1.36
14 1.62
23 1.74
43 1.38
29 1.30
18 1.81
32 1.82
27 1.87
29 1.75
19 1.83
16 2.35
18 2.55
14 2.48
13 2.43
14 1.73
9 1.55
4 1.78
6 1.73
3 1.45



908 1.65


1 $1.30
2 2.21
2 2.58
7 2.01
3 1.98
3 2.24
5 2.35
9 2.17
10 1.98
12 2.01
21 1.94
11 1.74
9 1.86
13 1.88
15 1.94
19 1.83
18 1.78
13 1.93
30 1.84
30 1.77
31 1.78
25 1.84
20 2.09
14 2.15
17 1.99
19 1.93
10 2.20
15 2.17
7 2.19
14 2.12
10 2.12
3 2.05
7 3.11
1 3.11

- -


12 $2.68
9 2.35
8 2.08
7 2.21
8 2.87
8 2.33
12 2.12
12 1.98
10 1.87
11 1.95
2 2.00


11
6
15
9
7
13
3
8
5
3
10
7
1
5
2
1
-


2.66
2.46
2.21
2.12
2.32
2.06
2.70
2.47
2.25
2.18
2.81
2.59
3.15
2.43
2.55
2.55
-,


426 1.97 205 2.31


Total Sales, Fla., all varieties, con-
taners& sections- 1,334 cars Avg. $1.75


Made available
thru the cooperation of the Florida Citrus Exchange and the Fodoral-State Market News Service


Week
Ending





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WEIG~E AVERAGE AUCTION IPICES GRAPE=II T (ATM. YVARIEI'Tm


B 0 S T 0 N PITTSBURGH
.IA ,S S .. FL IDA.. . ..S
id td. TT 7ar Star- Sts& Std. Sia & Std. Indirnpler Stds.& Std.

ndin sAg. Cars g Cars Avg. Cars|g. arsvg. CarsAvg.

S 5Oct. 11 -
18 15 $2.11 2 $2.50 13 $2.07 4 $2.98
25 .13 1.67 5 2.10 8 1.59 5 2.16
Nov. 1 8 1.66 1$2.49 2 2.08 2 1.66 6 2.21
8 2 1.55 2 2.17 1 1.80 9 1.96
15 .7 1.68 3 2.22 3 1.88 2 1.83 5 2.22
22 13 1.68 8 2.34 3 1.82 7 1.71 5 1.92
29 4 1.56 6 2.16 3 2.01 4 1.49 5 2.05
Dec. 6 5 1.55 5 2.18 6 1.57 3 1.65 6 2.04
13 8 1.74 6 2.43 3 1.80 3 1.58 8 1.96
20 13 1.71 11 2.32 2 1.95 2 1.73 7 2.12
27 4 1.59 10 2.23 1 1.92 22.46
3 10 2.10 1 2.05 3 2.38
10 5 1.56 20 1.87 1 2.49 10 1.67 8 2.19
17 9 1.62 18 1.91 1 2.28 8 1.59 5 2.12
24 4 1.54 30 1.86 2.58 10 1.61 7 1.98
31 7 1.42 19 1.79 2,36 4 1.38 5 2.05
Feb. 7 3 1.36 29 1.82 1 1.76 8 1.68 4 2.12
14 2 1.60 16 1.75 7 1.45 4 1.83
21 22 1.71 -6 1.70 6 2.24
28 6 1.58 33 1.79 5 1.63 2.09
Mar. 7 8 1.55 38 1.85 10 1.64 2 1.92
14 5 1.33 33 1.69 5 1.59 5 2.06
1 24 1.82 9 1.62 4 2.28
28 3 1.59 23 1.87 8 1.60 3 2.16
Apr. 4 3 1.79 24 2.05 8 1.52 -
11 4 1.82 24 2.21 7 1.70 42.71
18 15 1.60 19 2.09 12 1.61 3 2.21
25 3 1.48 29 1.79 7 1.58 1$1.75 3 2.43
May 2 1 1.91 23 2.11 10 1.89 -
9 7 1.85 17 2.53 15 1.91 -
16 7 2.11 16 2.36 14 1.95 -
23 10 2.02 25 2.21 11 1.74 -
30 6 1.85 25 2.06 10 1.90 -
June 6 1 1.93 7 2.47 6 2.30 -
13 4 2.54 2 3.08 4 2.67 -
20 3 2.25 13 3.01 5 2.38 -
27 1 2.18 3 2.56 1 2.05 -
July 4 1 1.55 1 1.75 -
11 3 1.45 -
18 -
25 -
Aug. 1 -



S TOTAL 213 1.73 592 2.01 36 2.00 248 1.76 1 1.75 132 2.15

Total Sales, Florida, all varieties, con- Total Sales, Fla., all varieties, con-
tainers & sections- 805 ars $1.93 tanes & secions- 249 cars Avg. $1.76
Made available
thru the cooperation of the Florida Citrus Exchange and the Federal-State Market News Service


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CLEVELAN Db CH I-C AG 0


wIr a I i .i .. j i i i agfS

ninvg. I CaSlVg 1 Cars|A'g. Is Avg. ars|AV"g. Ca.sAvg.


Oct. 11
18
25
Nov. 1
8
15
22
29
Dec. 6
13
20
27

3
10
17
24
31
Feb. 7
14
21
28
Mar. .7
S'14
21
28
Apr. 4
11
18
25
May 2
9
16
23
30
June 6
13
20
27
July 4
11
18
25
Aug. 1


$3.90
2.19
1.72
1.68
1.71
1.95
1.60

2.20
1.76
2.31
1.63
1.63
1.51
1.69
1.77

1.81
1.72
1.64
1.90
1.70.
1.84
2.10
1.86
1.66
1.67
1.98
1.85
1.92
2.03
2.24
2.17
2.77
2.41
2.31


w
w
- -
- -
- -
- w

- -



--


--
- -
8 2.11




m







S. ,

-. -
- -
- -


4 $2.22
6 1.80
3 1.75
1 1.72
3 2.06

1 1.67
2 .2.49
1 3.09
2 3.34
4 1.79


3 $3.73
21 2.44
18 2.07
13 1.94
14 1.91
9 2.15
6 2.14
17 1.86
14 1.86
12 1.89
14 2.02
9 2.16

1 2.19
11 2.06
12 1.94
19 1.78
14 1.93
19 2.01
12 1.97
16 2.01
12 1.92
12 1.98
15 2.04
11 1.96
7 1.96
4 2.31
8 1.92
3 1.91
5 1.84
1 2.21

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i .5


7 $3.19
31 2.69
34 1.98
36 1.88
26 1.68
21 2.04
25 1.89
29 1.79
33 1.66
31 1.73
33 1.74
17 2.04
23 2.08
31 1.89
37 1.86
45 1.87
35 1.90
41 1.76
26 2.02
42 1.93
37 1.87
27 1.89
37 1.91
38 1.82
22 1.93
21 1.93
23 1.93
24 1.49
12 2.11
3 2.30

2 1.22

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TOTAL 253 1.92 3 2.18 332 2.01 3072.01 6 1.65 849 1.90

Total Sales, Florida, all varieties, con- Total Sales, Fla., all varieties, con-
tainers & sections- 256 cars Avg. $1.92 tainers & sections- 313 cars Avg. $2.00
Made available
thru the cooperation of the Florida Citrus Exchange and the Fedleral-State Market News Service


1.92
1.64
1.84
1.30
2.04
1.60

1.47
2.95
2.78
1.81
1.67
1.84
1.71
1.58
1.75
2.05
2.01
2.00
1.88
2.18
2.27
2.62
2.55
2.35





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1940-41 SEASON

ST. LOUIS C INCI NATI

ELRM= TEtXi ASIA .TS
Sts. & Std. a Ri tser & Std. Stds. & Std. inRiver Sis. & Std.
S s Ending Std. es s a .
ng Cars Avg. ar arg sIAvg. Cars|Avg. Cs Avg.


Oct. 11
18
25
Nov. 1
8
15
22
29
Dec. 6
13
20
27
an. 3
10
17
24
31
Feb. 7
14
21
28
Mar. 7
14
21
28
4
Apr. 114
11
18
25
May 2
9
16
23
30
June 6
13
20
27
July 4
11
18
25
Aug. 1


81.39


i


2 $2.88
11 2.26
15 1.71
18 1.50
12 1.47
8 1.54
16 1.43
16 1.28
12 1.32
15 1.37
13 1.37
4 1.87
9 1.77
11 1.60
20 1.49
22 1.40
19 1.55
23 1.34
6 1.37
19 1.58
20 1.53
17 1.57
25 1.50
16 1.49
10 1.64
12 1.69
16 1.46
20 1.15
7 1.79
3 2.08
6 2.03
2 1.64


- -


- -


4 1.31
1 1.52
7 1.71
6 1.55
7 1.31
8 1.55
15 1.77
9 1.83
18 1.71
9 1.83
9 1.93
7 2.30
3 2.37
4 2.46
1 1.60


$2.94
1.97
1.37
1.22
1.48
1.62
1.63
1.45
2.15
1.50
1.98
1.58
1.68
1.81
1.62
1.57
1.65
1.52
1.73
1.53
1.54
1.58
1.60
1.58
1.54
1.71
1.63
1.48
1.68
1.85
1.87
1.83
1.94
1.94
2.40
2.38
2.42
2.12


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- 17
- 16
- 18
- 9
- 10
- 7
- 19
- 16
- 13
- 11
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5
1$1.67 11
- 11
- 15
- -- 14
- 10
- 11
- 11
- 9
- 5
- 9
- 8
- 5
- 4
- 6
- 5
a -


$2.65
2.39
1.85
1.86
1.80
1.89
1.87
1.72
1.74
1.70
1.88
1.89
2.25
2.08
1.85
1.62
1.77
1.88
1.89
1.98
1.94
2.15
1.89
1.86
1.98
1.56
1.59
2.16




,-


TOTAL 109 1.77 -. 425 1.52 415 1.74 1 1.67 284 1.90

Total Sales, Florida, all varieties, con- Total Sales, Fla., all varieties, con-
tainers & sections- 109 cars Avg. $1.77 trainers & sections- 416 cars Avg. $1.74


the Florida Citrus Exchange and the Federal-State Market News Service


I I I l l l l l l l l


thru the cooperation of







UWEISEE AVETOAGE ^ITJCION FEICES,,- GRAEE..Al't Vk-flYATU)


DETROIT BALTIMORE

.... n iII TERAS E iIDA TEXAS
ftds.& Std. Inin -m td St. & Si& Inda Sie& Std.
Week St Std.Ia ?
Cars|Ag7 CasAg vg. Car s Avg. r Aars g.


dc 11
18
25
Nov. 1
8
15
22
29
Dec. 6
13
20
27

10
17
24
31
Feb. 7
14
21
28
Mar. 7
14
21
28
Apr. 4
11
18
25
May 2
9
16
23
30
June 6.
13
20
27
July 4
11
18
25
Aug. 1


S- .
$2.23
1.93
1.55
1.77

1.90
1.56




2.31
1.85
2.06
1.58
1.39
1.55
1.68
2.01
1.93
1.73
1.70
1.62
1.70
1.97
1.69
1.49
1.62
2.21
1.99
1.79
1.99
2.28
2.28
2.52
2.27
1.98
-
-


$1.81
1.63

-
-
m
m

-
em
-




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1.










-


1 $3.55
16 2.66
22 2.21
16 1.82
9 1.84
14 1.83
11 1.98
15 1.84
15 1.77
17 1.90
19 2.04
9 2.32
9 2.41
15 2.11
22 1.92
22 1.83
16 1.77
15 1.88
14 1.99
15 2.03
20 2.07
12 2.03
16 1.96
15 1.98
6 2.33
4 2.83
13 2.06
12 1.75
1 1.95
2 2.29

- -

- -
- -


6 $1.89
5 1.39
-.-
1 1.55
1 1.65
6 1.40
4 1.28
1 1.30
1 1.45
1 1.55
1 1.40
1 1.30
3 1.36
3 1.12

1 1.30
1 1.30
3 1.47
1 1.30
1 1.35
2 1.28

1 1.56
5 1.35
3 1.63
4 1.60
1 1.75
4 1.96
3 1.80
5 1.84
3 1.79
1 2.60
2 2.38
2 2.40
2 2.20
2 1.00


-
-

$2.53



2.17





2.25
1.70
-
-











-
-=


$1.90
-





1.80
1.65
1.63
1.75
1.88
1.5
1.3
1.75

1.88
-
e


TOTAL 213 1.91 2 1.72 393 2.01 81 1.60 10 1.76 5 2.18

Total Sales, Florida, all varieties, con- Total Sales, Fla., all varieties, con-
tainers & sections- 215 cars Avg. $1.91 tainers & sections- 91 cars Avg. $1.61
Made available
thru the cooperation of the Florida Citrus Exchange and the Federal-State Market News Service





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(AT.T. VARMTERI-


T 0 TAL AL .L C I. T I E S


its.A d. Indian River od
Week CS da
Ending Cars I Avg. Cars I Avg.s Ag.
1940 ..... .... .


S c. 11i
18
25
Nov. 1
8
15
22
29
Dec. 6
13
20
27
M99
Jan. 3
10
17
24
31
Feb. 7
14
21
28
Mar. 7
14
21
28
Apr. 4
11
18
25
Mwy 2
M84r 3

23
30
June 6
13
20
27
July 4
11
18
25
Aug. 1


$3.48
2.06
1 68
1.56
1.83
1.71
1.54
1.56
1.66
1.54
1.59
1.59
1.70
1.61
1.51
1.52
1.45
1.43
1.43
1.55
1.55
1.51
1.56
1.58
1.57
1.74
1.74
1.53
1.53
1.85
1.89
1.93
1.89
1.97
2.26
2.65
2.64
2.44
1.80
1.73
1.62
1.76
1.57


$4.64
2.51
2.27
2.37
2.80
2.46
2.29
2.28
2.50
2.25
2.25
2.07
2.09
2.04
1.95
1.99
1.89
1.94
2.00
2.02
1.89
1.86
1.88
1.95
1.96
2.12
2.30
2.13
2.02
2.10
2.36
2.41
2.29
2.28
2.59
3.11
3.18
2.90


$3.09
2.59
2.06
1.90
1.85
2.06
1.93
1.77
1.74
1.74
1.87
2.10
2.17
2.08
1.92
1.87
1.87
1.81
1.99
1.96
1.93
1.92
1.89
2.00
2.06
2.02
1.90
1.58
2.08
2.25
2.03
1.64
1.22


TOTAL 5,314 1.76 3,509 2.12 2,941 1.95

Total Sales, Florida grapefruit, all varieties, all containers
& all eections- 8,823 cars Avg. $1.91
*gte- Texas grapefruit sales include all cars sold; but for comparative purposes,
prices refer ostly to Seedless with 'Pinks' included in sales only when no other
quotations available.


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Wek MEW YORK CITY PHILADEPEHIA. BOSTON PITTSBURGH
SCars Average fas Aeage a Average Cars Averag

Nov. 15 10 $2.29 4 $1.71 -
22 51 2.11 11 1.85 3 $1.82
29 77 1.60 24 1.61 3 1.90 4 $1.63
Dec. 6 90 1.27 26 1.34 6 1.57 5 1.44
13 87 1.28 32 1.25 12 1.19 7 1.27
20 89 1.41 39 1.30 6 1.46 7 1.15
37 81 1.44 35 1.31 10 1.44 6 1.20
a. 3 102 1.16 42 1.04 8 1.35 3 1.12
10 124 .81 42 .77 21 .87 21 .76
17 79 .87 23 .90 9 .76 3 .89
24 86 1.05 32 1.12 6 1.01 3 1.11
31 80 1.08 27 .96 8 1.22 4 1.18
Feb. 7 89 1.19 25 1.09 6 1.03 4 1.15
14 77 1.17 34 1.05 4 1.30 5 .99
21 109 1.00 19 1.05 3 1.27 3 .83
28 58 1.11 17 1.20 2 1.16 2 1.22
Mar. ? 28 1.5 10 1.23 -
14 24 1.68 4 1.34 1 1.05 -
21 33 1.61 3 1.44 -
8 24 1.17 1.67 1 .95 -
Apr. 4 16 1.07 3 .95 -
11 7 1.15 -
18 4 .83 .

STOTAL 1,425 1.23 454 1.16 109 1.19 77 1.07





Week CLEVELAND CHICAGO ST. ILOUIS CINCINNATI
Endig Carsl Average Cars Averae dars Average Cars Average

Nov. 15 2 $2.24 1 $1.89 2 $2.17
23 6 1.91 4 2.16 6 1.79
29 4 1.86 10 1.47 1 $1.75 7 1.62
Dec. 6 9 1.60 15 1.68 3 1.32 7 1.48
13 15 1.33 22 1.32 11 1.37 16 1.16
20 10 1.33- 20 1.19 6 1.11 14 1.28
27 10 1.46' 12 1.56 2 1.51 9 1.45
Sa 3 9 1.13 31 1.18 3 1.37 12 .84
10 24 .83 30 .83 14 .70 19 .67
17 10 .73 6 .84 2 .95 5 .93
24 10 1.01 7 .97 3 1.03 8 1.09
31 7 1.26 8 1.28 3 .88 10 .91
Feb. 7 14 1.21 18 1.08 1 1.06 11 .99
14 10 1.05 6 1.03 3 1.29 8 1.17
21 6 1.04 4 1.25 4 1.09 11 .87
28 7 1.19 9 1.22 3 .97 1 1.06
MaE. 7 -- .2 1.02. 2 1.24
14 1.56
21 -
28 1 I 1.10 .
Apr. 4 .
11 -.

TOIeL 154 1.20 195 1.22 59 1.09 148 1.12


thru the cooperation of the Florida


Made available
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Week DETOIT BALTDMO I TOTAL ALL CITIES
s I ar Average ars Average a Carsl Average

Nov. 15 19 $2.13
22 1 $2.08 82 2.03
29 3 1.61 1 $1.75 134 1.61
Dec. 6 8 1.70 169 1.38
13 7 1.31 1 1.40 210 1.27
20 7 .9 1 1.40 199 1.32
27 6 1.54 1 1.40 172 1.42
3 5 1.04 1 1.20 206 1.12
10 14 .75 5 .69 314 .79
17 5 .80 142 .86
24 1 .89 1 1.25 157 1.06
31 4 1.38 151 1.08
Feb. 7 9 .86 177 1.13
14 4 1.04 151 1.13
21 2 1.04 1 1.10 162 1.01
28 4 1.18 1 .80 104 1.14
Mar. 7 1 1.44 43 1.40
14 1 1.65 31 1.61
21 36 1.60
28 28 1.20
Apr. 4 19 1.05
11 7 1.15
18 4 .83

TOTAL 82 1.14 13 1.06 2,717 1.19


Tangerine prices quoted on basis of 4/5 bushel box.








Made available
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F~IIA AUCTION SAS 192913 .1940/41
Punished thru the courtesy of the Statistical Dept., Florida Citrus Exchange, Tampa, Fla.


'S 0 R.A NG S

ME~9 ~ N. .. 25E. 1491. Z S, .E... 4;eB1C, ~ JiM CM L BALT. TOTI.AL


Cars 10089 3320 1385 426 647
1940-41 Average $2.37 2.26 2.45 2.31 2.44
Cars 8758 2908 1290 364 589
1939-40 Average $2.43 2.25 2.47 '2.16 2.31
Cars 12440 4049 2132 694 1091
1938-39 Average $2.10 1.99 2.16 2.11 2.20
Cars 10228 3376 1849 495 898
1937-38 Average $2.26 2.20 2.24 2.18 2.28
Cars 9112 3164 1657 429 824
1936-37 Average $3.23 3.15 3.28 3.12 3.21
Cars 7503 2624 1561 .340 559
1935-36 Average $3.02 2.93 3.02 2.95 3.04
Cars 8243 2720 1419 511 578
1934-35 Average $2.61 2.47 2.58 2.44 2.53
Cars 7613 2632 1436 515 526
1933-34 Average $2.75 2.62 2.69 2.54 2.63
Cars 9238 2868 1419 579 553
1932-33 Average $2.43. 2.45 2.53 2.35 2.40.
Cars 6517 2228 1182 511 497
1931-32 Average $3.40 3.21 3.34 3.06 3.20
Cars 8444 3164 1679 952* 707
1930-31 Average $3.53 3.30 3.37 3.14 3.27
Cars 4848 1409 982 739 395
1929-30 Average $4.94 3.98 4.43 3.79 4.70


1020 312 1077
2.45 2.25 2.18
1012 318 1031
2.41 2.09 2.05
1639 511 1555
2.26 2.01 2.01
1394 413 1181
2.39 2.05 2.16
1080 264 708
3.33 3.01 3.12
878 349 555
3.15 2.72 2.87
1070 258 553
2.59 2.34 2.35
894 266 495
2.67 2.46 2.47
921 273 614
2.55 2.30 2.30
776 174 447
3.25 2.90 3.14
1113 358 729
3.34 3.05 3.14
621 212 483
5.08 4.15 4.38


434 261 18971
2.42 2.22 2.35
393 173 16836
2.25 2.23 2.35
717 396 25224
2.17 1.94 2.09
550 302 20686
2.26 1.98 2.24
412 282 17932
3.27 2.98 3.21
271 240 14780
3.08 2.82 3.00
280 258 15890
2.47 2.44 2.56
267 142 14786
2.69 2.88 2.70
256 16271
2.46- -- 2.44
179 12511
3.26 3.30
308 17453
3.21 3.40
9688
4.62


GRAPEFRU I T

SEASQH NMa. 21n. .iBOS. .E% l GEE. CC. ST.L. CI.. C
Cars 5035 1334 805 249 256 313 109 416
1940-41 Average $1.96 1.75 1.93 1.76 1.92 g.00 1.77 1.74
Cars 4765 1153 633 181 141 182 62 241
1939-40 Average $2.21 1.92 2.10 1.92 2.11 2.29 2.10 1.98
Cars 6389 1429 1020 329 384 363 118 432
1938-39 Average $1.75 1.57 1.73 1.68 1.77 1.95 1.85 1.66
Cars 4881 1244 814 190 313 353 72 342
1937-38 Average $2.20 2.06 2.13 2.05 2.11 2.28 2.16 2.09
Cars 5376 1650 956 274 415 494 151 423
1936-37 Average $2.34 2.06 2.22 2.14 2.29 2.58 2.53 2.24
Cars 3928 1072 972 262 396 395 132 340
1935-36 Average $2.67 2.38 2.49 2.40 2.54 2.68 2.40 2.32
Cars 4893 1326 898 389 403 721 200 444
1934-35 Average $2.04 1.81 1.93 1.94 2.09 2.19 2.05 1.92


DEI. BAL. TOTAL

215 91 8823
1.91 1.61 1.91
140 85 7583
2.06 1.73 2.13
277 185 10926
1.80 1.46 1.72
219 127 8555
2.21 1.88 2.16
307 151 10197
2.41 2.12 2.23
251 117 7765
2.62 2.28 2.57
350 135 9759
2.10 1.86 2.00





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.aTLrDau JCTIMn SALES. 1929130-1940-41
Furnished thru the courtesy of the Statistical Dept., Florida Citrus Exchange, Tapga, Fla.


Cars
1933-34 Average

Cars
1932-33 Average
Cars
1931-32 Average
Cars
1930-31 Average
.Cars
1929-30 Average


X. Y-

3948
$2.41
5138
$2.05
4680
$2.49
5269
$2.66
3253
$4.45


1129
2.25
1266
1.95
1254
2.34
1610
2.42
1153
4.00


696
2.40
892
2.06
935
2.50
1037
2.44
756
4.00


310
2.38
429
2.02
505
2.38
762
2.41
640
3.70


388
2.39
433
2.21
510
2.49
718
2.44
458
4.15


684
2.55
738
2.29
605
2.59
1388
2.55
1029
4.81


221
2.37
228
1.96
207
2.41
462
2.38
235
4.03


370
2.29
409
2.01
354
2.31
425
2.33
303
3.93


298 41 8085
2.51 2.42 2.39
330 9863
2.31 2.06
328 9578
2.54 2.47
516 12187
2.51 2.54
7827
4.28


TANG ERINES


Cars
1940-41 Average
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
S 1932-33 Average
Cars
1931-32 Average
Cars
1930-31 Average
Cars
1929-30 Average


1425
$1.23
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


454
1.16
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


109
1.19
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


77
1.07
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


Jim.

154
1.20
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


195
1.22
142
1.45
257
.97
149
1.25
306
1.14
217
1.36
155
1.25
179
1.21
180
1.22
161
1.52
237
1.44
62
2.83


59
1.09
48
1.31
107
.86
74
1.10
103
1.10
54
1.32
66
1.26
67
1.21
58
1.14
65
1.32
62
1.36
12
2.78


149
1.12
115
1.27
203
.91
125
1.18
138
1.08
113
1.34
108
1.20
96
1.15
102
1.09
88
1.41
97
1.45
30
2.58


tetB- Tangerine averages on half-box basis. Balimore, converted
mrket about the middle of the 1933-34 season.
Detroit, converted into auction market season of 1930.31.


82 13 2717
1.14 1.06 1.19
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
1.23 1.24
60 2454
1.53 1.49
126 2849
1.48 1.53
1224
2.35


into auction


,,


S.IiL. C3CI. MEr. BALT.


McavarQamT (CoNMTINEDM)

2T.- BOSI. PI-S, C HEIC, .IC.





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CITrUS SIZE ANALYSIS' SEPT. 1940 I .JULY..1941Ai. mI STA1DjD BOX EQUIRVUIMTS
Assembled from monthly reports- released by the Citrus Inspection Bureau, Winter Haven, Fla.

Size SET.I OCT. O v. DEC. JAN. .FEB MA.. PR, MAY JUNE JULY


OaNGES (Early)
96-100s 1863 5730 4103 2219 714 168 20 -
112s 92 137 286 12 -
126s 4238 28550 24497 6873 972 265 74 -
150s 11062 87976 64317 13597 2032 513 169 -
176s 26999 204416 122980 23255 3331 1204 267 -
200s 39129 251306 134000 22718 3492 1160 117 -
216s 83107 501760 227939 36066 5397 1903 367 -
250s 111766 584845 232168 37216 6533 2161 242 -
288s 103590 580903 215660 27021 5096 1337 161 -
324-360s 44667 15927 12547 3830 3761 748 235 -
------------------------- ------ ------------------------
Toalos 426513 2261550 1038497 172795 31340 9459 1652 -
all sizes -- ---------------------

SBANSES (Mid-season)
96-100s 503 4356 8986 2339 932 9 -
112s 146 154 308 185 -
126s 5382 47448 111943 78462 22853 196 43 1
150s 11 19504 142117 275804 202390 55621 566 84 5 -
176s 56 42431 285333 511778 361718 89590 1387 130 6 -
200s 57 48187 301982 450918 329462 85075 1227 74 4 -
216s 152 89819 512868 735829 505139 127953 2307 63 -
250s 172 93591 493376 675952 487667 131685 3327 60 -
288s 99 95458 454983 501992 316604 86235 1982 15 -
324-360s 1836 11025 13912 147962 52451 1115 7 -

alTo s~ 547 396711 253634 3287268 2432051 652580 12116 476 16 -

ORANGES (Late)
96-100s 1274 14409 9335 2549 2905 1345
112s 5 342 57 3 97 3
126s .- 20 23778 214208 195241 231057 133610 34622
150s 91 29239 404687 411387 484752 266940 68128
176s 207 24536 525163 580754 690828 355867 72193
200s 179 14295 358696 372864 404022 214707 44436
216s 178 14776 438025 472227 499310 257147 47119
250s 170 9253 282991 303452 291987 152634 32948
288s 63 3575 122786 128639 124327 67463 15728
324-360s 18 1724 44242 51748 39504 14581 4185
Total--------:----- -- -
all sizes 926 122455 2305549 2525704 768339 1465951 320707
ORES (Ie)------------------------------------------
S (Tegle)


S 4 45 861 531 598
- 1387 10420 10286 6020
- 5 5942 26108 22517 13682
- 6 9420 26252 25511 16959


11
279
855
1729


3-
2 -
2




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CImUS SIZE ANALYSIS SEPT. 1940 THET JULY 1941. IN STAMARD BOX EUatJIAM ETS
(Continues)

Size SEET. OCT. NOV. 3EC. JAN. FEB. MR. APR. MAY JUNE JULY


.i..NES ('Te.ple) Cont'd.
106s 4 7940 22118 23574 21759 2560 323 2
120s 3 5112 10651 13558 14445 2509 149 5
144s 2 2229 4276 5570 6889 1361 50 3 -
S168s 1 459 603 1635 2354 678 9 -
Smaller 1 7 3 116 245 205 -

alTl ses 6 32541 101292 103298 82951 10187 806 12 -

GRAMPE=IUI (Seeded)
36s 6 1930 3329 7323 9813 7858 7679 4377 4080 3591 448
46s 8 14020 22785 34378 71989 59343 61130 30084 18513 10978 1755
54s 24 74428 98585 105824 173857 148443 128676 72692 44936 18977 2099
64s 42 135202 136680 118102 155653 109987 99392 60967 37279 13481 1500
70s 49 144419 119594 98895 124979 85610 84173 45613 23268 7943 1000
80s 41 128138 114437 99471 123112 95394 78551 35146 19370 6836 789
96s 4 8349 1822 1848 1655 1968 1596 907 199 932 190
100-112s 385 2 107 39 37 7 -
126s 453 44 185 21 188 181 189 37 7
150s 10 -
alTotl 174 507334 497278 466133 "66118 508828 461385 249975 147682 62738 7788
all sT1es

G EER IT (Seedless)
36s 70 221 749 2488 2115 3623 5029 5411 2509 574
46s 683 2146 6112 14960 14619 32087 47651 58474 13511 4210
54s 3265 11931 26222 66080 68834 136133 191785 221968 44051 5369
64s 7381 26059 44638 91737 89058 166398 236589 253381 44604 3581
70s 14160 41347 58421 103694 101882 179971 202531 195639 35928 3110
80s 47027 89993 106635 158494 148834 221374 248899 228787 43489 3246
96s 61418 69793 83951 107155 96647 137704 140736 117939 22960 1593
100-112s 11997 3973 100 145 8301 12129 10740 8336 2186 55
126s 11963 3020 106 254 16309 20919 22700 17108 3125 293
150s 909 217 -
Total 158873 248700 326934 545007 546599 910338 1106660 1107043 212363 22031
all :sizes

TANGERDES (All Varieties)
Larger 17 466 819 244 67 6 -
100s 242 1878 1329 623 133 14 4 -
120s 7586 44634 48068 21581 3344 211 -
150s 45234 151425 123394 54995 8909 464 -
176s 9 109651 272130 194605 99755 20365 1097 25 -
200s 6 37980 86299 49788 28450 6185 367 19 -
210s 16 121060 289479 180088 101255 25608 1935 68 -
246s 5 1503 3467 31742 64538 25475 2096 128 -
294s 2 249 628 346 737 7772 2422 126 -
336s 49 102 26 74 51 28 -
Total 38 323571 850508 630205 372252 97909 8640 372 -
all sizes


__




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CITRUS R E ANALYSIS SEPT 1940 Y 1A Tl 1941 I BOXES
Assembled from monthly reports released by the Citrus Inspection Bureau, Winter Haven, Fla.

Grade SEPT OCT. NOV. I EC. JAN. FE. M R MAY JUNE JULY



Fancy 172 -
Bright 242 22702 21310 23056 14349 7291 4392 2568 360
Is 34305 256700 227722 215185 173592 195666 113331 81149 22258 2814
Golden" 1545 24628 76481 86879 82633 81053 69529 49260 13437
SBronze 740 13834 33517 56785 46033 74676 52985 72683 25517 4801
1 usset 276 8610 12288 20410 18859 15441 4969 11532 7123 3217
Ccib. 296080 3643329 1700871 1912136 1434752 1879290 1527120 1781033 943591 148340
Comb. Russet 108 17 392 13939 -
2Bright 109 141 -
S- 78091 651747 1178950 1182901 861977 840352 685249 745560 434803 145789
Russet 1854 785 375 1023 933 3247 41898 621 54
13406 34806 73020 63695 55638 52276 35041 24730 18456 14797
Culls 330 9_ 378 855 1206 485 434 895
3all 427086 2858261 3324672 3562281 2689144 3150539 2649659 2769621 1465979 320707
-----------------------------------------------------------------

SBAP EF IU I T
Fancy 58 53 -
1 Bright 941 998 20 57 32 163 -
S- 32445 41985 37847 46256 26639 19944 12382 15628 .4567 160
SGolden '7742 36343 61621 68490 63336 63403 42110 27073 2043
SBronze 1501 8934 27869 72369 100191 169050 205873 181167 35737 804
Russet 1062 69 638 4262 3157 5473 2932 1165 153 35
Comb. 426303 510950 453649 679609 539040 690523 664708 584811 85433 8525
Ccb. Russet 40 3331 1548 1083 140
#2 Bright 147 205 -
s 178306 133298 187963 307509 296997 395489 369419 397293 107725 15253
Russet 570 190 86 95 264 246 35853 34111 30701 300
s 174 16956 12600 23317 27419 25724 27466 19879 11605 7509 4507
Culls 234 348 57 6 79 89 116 161 150 95
al 174 666207 745978 793067 1206125 1055427 1371723 3356635 1254725 275101 29819


IAN GERINES
SFancy 19 -
1 Bright 50 458 20 -
S- 12250 28531 17390 11757 2241 93. -
1 Golden 1764 6689 6407 1311 13 -
1 Bronze 59 733 1859 459 7 -
l Russet 143 131 417 90 -
Ccab. 38 304854 799442 534167 248791 42882 3353 331 -
CBrusse 32 -

s- 658 2523 58210 99905 47606 4702 37 -
Russet 23 8 45 370 26 -
s- 3652 11928 11726 9177 3193 306 4 -
Culls 118 46 9 717 1765 160- --
S all 38 323571 850508 630205 372252 97909 8640 372
gradiaes ._.---------------- -- - - -------- ---- --- -- -- ---------- --

TOTAL 174 3093331 3727810 4968247 5398611 4116823 4620171 3914934 4024718 1741080 350526
ATATL BrA T FR





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CIT~US CCNTUALER MANAT SIS. SEPT. 1940 THER JUI 1941. MI S=lMaBDW BCO FWTUIVATTS
Assembled frcm monthly reports released by the Citrus Inspection Bureau, Winter Haven, Fla.

Content SEPT. OCT. I NOV. DEC. I JAN. FB. MAR. APB. MA JUE


1-3/5 Bu.
1-3/5 Bu.lS
1 Bu.
S 1/2 Strap
4/5 Bu.
Satsuma Box


WMIREQOUD BQfES
1 3/5 Bu.
1 Bu.
4/5 Bu.


543293 1214947 1110955 15369'
165 619 2227 18,


- 22
- 265100
- 15015


510647
**


1959792

36314


128
29831
691892
16750



2133839
200
124563


660i
5546


2788941

66997


74 1163519 1266110 1091582 1141171 396113
96 963 970 -

38 71344 52532 8685 154 1074
36 320001 86174 8069 1226 11
- a -


2270154

41162


2958472 2678895 2813596

15918 735 238


1318010
-m


- 1066 5218 10600
- 84


13423 12427
S47 4


- 412 428 1314 923


34871
50


320


140993
16822
375

12468
20


564639
66038
737
604
68388
6086


160130
38307
954
881
53097
12045


96985
16351
53
1652
30062
3341


84742
10853

1211
53983
3873


-ARD-BOARID BOXES
4/5 Bu.
Consumer size


- 1639


44 286
844 286


- 44 16 24 18 12


- 2894 58476 139731 103030


86623 74898 32980 17609


174 1093331 3727810 4968247 5398611 4116823 4620171 3914934 4024718 1741080


center partition.

""'rnI I I


BASKETS
1 Bu.
1/2 Bu.


9208


4240


1743


BtLUA" BAGS
4/5 Bu.

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


52085
3296
1473
39
32423
420


r 4 8


14826
1986


3273


33616
2572
2223
5
10552
13


- 25


TOTAL


5195


r r r
r r r


".- -


# Without




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Total Grapefruit Production by States, Census
Years 1889, 1899, 1909 & Yearly 1919-1940**


Crop Year IhA. BxI. CALIf. ARIZ. Total


1,000

10
13
1206
1.062


1,000



- 1


1,000
b=xAs


1,000
PflMR


1,000

10
31
1.186


5,900 3 363 29
5,800 5 395 34
6,700 8 360 35
7,800 35 394 60
8,500 65 363 95
6,940 23 375 51


6,295
6,234
7,103
8,289
9,023
7,389


1889
1899
1909

,1919
1920
1921
1922
1923


1924
1925
1926
1927
1928



1929
1930
1931
1932
1933


1934
1935
1936
1937
1938


8,300
15,800
10,700
11,600
10,900
11,460


1,550
1,200
2,600
1,440
1,200
1,598


9,693
8,550
9,753
8,920
13,236
10,030

11,215
18,690
15,181
15,004
14,672
14,952


1,000
1,290
1,431
1,350
1,772
1,369


15,200 2,740 2,167 1,240 21,347
11,500 2,780 2,267 1,800 18,347
18 100 9,630 1,540 1,400 30 670
14,600 11,840 1,943 2,750 31 133
23,300 15,670 1,924 2,700 43,594
16,540 8,532 1,968 1,978 29,018


15,900
24,600


14,400
13,800


1,975
1,863


2,900
2,800


35,175
43,063


,/ 500 boxes or less. Revised
Estimate.


FIORIDA .PRDUCTION- SSEGCATED SEEn SS AMD OTER
Crop Year Seedless Other Proal a uion
1,000 boxes 1,000 boxes 1,000 boxes
1933 2,850 8,050 10,900
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 7,800 15,500 23 300
1939 6,500 9,400 15,900
1940 8,300 16,300 24,600

Division of Agricultural Statistics, Agricultural Marketing Service


Average


8,900 301 387 105
7,600 200 600 150
8,600 361 672 120
7,500 524 720 176
11,300 753 972 211
8,780 428 670 152


Average


Average


Average


1939
1940.A


1 186


J II II I I I i i I


I


J


UNITED STAES:




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UITE ATES= Total Orange Production by States, Census
Years 1889, 1899, 1909 & Yearly 1919-1940*'

Crop Year CALI.# TFLA.# TE.I #. ARIZ.# ALLA. LLA.#I MISS.# Total #


S 1889
1899
1909

S1919
1920
1921
1922
1923


1924
1925
1926
1927
1928


1,245
5,883
14.440


16,632
23,771
14,021
21,283
24.153


Average


Average


3,147
273
4.888


8,000
9,400
8,400
10,900
13.700


1


30
82
82
190
225


4,392
6,167
19.530


24,809
33 385
22,668
32,569
38,300


19,972 10,080 7 77 120 53 37 30,346

18,506 11,300 17 60 2 75 29,960
24,200 10,200 12 86 130 100 27 34,755
.28,252 11,000 41 75 75 150 42 39,635
22,737 9,500 85 54 110 200 50 32,736
39,159 16,500 125 99 85 220 30 56,218
26,571 11,700 56 75 80 149 30 38,661


21,195
35,179
34,658
34,265
28,439
Average 30,747


9,800
19,200
14,200
16,400
17,900
15,500


261 137 212 187 37
250 139 3 287 2
520 145 80 245 54
325 147 120 278 80
430 155 3 245 2
357 145 84 248 35


31,829
55,060
49,902
51,615
47,174
47,116


45,047 17,600 650 170 140 293 88 63,988
32,809 18,000 777 240 2 244 1 52 073
29,827 32,100 2,000 220 56 309 26 54,538
45,914 26 200 1 440 350 76 238 67 74,285
41,420 33,300 2,815 430 96 385 85 78,531
Average 39,003 23,440 1,536 282 74 294 53 64,683


44,404 38,000 2,360
45,340 31,100 2,750


228
224


75,646
80,015


/ 500 boxes or less
/ Estimate


** Revised
# Includes tangerines.


FLORIDA PRODUCTION SEGREGATE EARLY & MID-SEASON. VALENCIAS & TANGERITES.
rop Year Early & Valencias Tangerines. o tionl
e Miac-sea~son I Production
1,000 boxes 1,000 boxes 1,000 boxes ... 1,000 boxes
1933 9,500 6,400 2 000 17,900
1934 10,700 4,900 2,000 17,600
1935 9,600 6,300 2 100 18,000
1936 11 700 7,400 3 000 22,100
1937 13,400 10,500 2 300 26,200
1938 17P150 12,750 3400 33,300
1939 15,600 10,000 2,400 28,000
1940 186 00 12,000 2,800 31,100
Division of Agricultural Statistics, Agricultural Marketing Service.


1929
1930
1931
1933
1933



1934
1935
1936
1937
1938



1939
1940


A ,


I


hi~ ~f~





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ESTIMATED CITRUS MBwR AflG AEA & ETEES. BY STATES & AGE GROUPS
As of JuLy 193. 9 1/

BEARING TREES BY AGE GROUPS
Bearing easing 5 6-10 11-15 16-0 2. S
State acres tro esn in full cv a
o das oOld cold ol d oo er near
over over ion
1.000 1.000 1.000 1. 000. 1000 1.000 1.000
acres trees ees trees res es trees trees trees

GPAPE=SUIT
Early Varieties
Florida f/...... 54,169 3,521 23 355 387 813 1,943 765 2,756
Texas ......... 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 Var. (Seedless)
Florida /....... 30,646 1,992 37 432 559 524 440 1,028 964
Texas /......... 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 ........ 84,815 5,513 60 787 946 1,337 2,383 1,793 3,720
Texas .3/......... 76,576 5,054 38 2,360 2,253 403* 4,651 403
California 4/..... 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



Navel & Other Early Var.
Florida "/....... 116,215 7,554 151 1,319 1,460 1,576 3,048 2,930 4,624
California .,... 96,778 8,516 101 714 1,309 566 5,826 2,124 6,392
Texas /........ 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 Var.
Florida a/....... 93,355 6,068 96 1,039 1,617 1,858 1,458 2,752 3,316
California4/ ...., 139,000 12,232 229 2,797 2,118 1,592 5,496 5,144 7,088
Texas 3/.......... 9,561 631 8 198 360 695 566 65
Arizona .......... 2.832 249 8 187 47 2 5 242 7
TOTAL 4 STATES .. 244,748 19,180 341 4,221 4,142 3,517 6,959 8,704 10,476
All Varieties
Florida .f....... 209,570 13,622 247 2,358 3,077 3,434 4,506 5,682 7,940
California4/..... 235,778 20,748 330 3,511 3,427 2,158 11,322 7,268 13,480
Texas 3/ ........ 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 .. 475,817 136,538 622 6,801 7,453 5,778 15,884 14,876 21,662





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ESTATE= CITTSTR BEAPRIlG AACBEGE & PREES BY STATES & AGE SR-UIPS
As of Juil 1939 1i (ContinJue

BEARING TREES BY AGE GROUPS
Beating Bearing 5 6-10 11-15 1i 2i 1 .
State 5 es 5es o 1 I 2o
State 5 years 5 oars years yeas years years old & inull or at
boRd and. eMaPld ad old old old. old over rodu- e
over over lon uc
1,000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1,000
acres trees rees trees trees trees trees trees


Florida /....... 24,354 1,583 2 124 584 526 347 710 873
California 4/... 1,486 131 2 38 41 9 41 81 50
Texas .3/......... 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.4/..... 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.

V/ .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.)

J/ Florida acres calculated from trees at the rate of 65 trees per
acre for grapefruit, oranges and tangerines.

_3/ 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 Statos
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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UNITED STATES GRAlE EZPOTS. BY cOmlr IES JULY 1940 TROUGH FE 1940



Country to which reported JULY AU. SEPT. OCT. NOV. OEC.

-2 OXES


Czechoslovakia
Irish Free State
Canada
British Honduras
Nicaragua
Panama, Republic of
Panama Canal Zone
Mexico
Greenland.
Iceland
Miquelon & St. Pierre Is.
Newfoundland & Labrador
Bermudas
Other British W. Indies
Cuba
Daminican Republic
Netherland W. Indies
Brazil
Colombia
Peru
Venezuela
Saudi Arabia
British India
British Malaya
Burma (British)
China,
Netherland E. Indies
French Indo-China
Hong Kong
Iraq
Japan
Iran (Persia)
Philippine Islands
Other Asia
British Oceania
New Zealand
Egypt


51,106 415,691
em -


159

135
5

2,649


50

1,059
90
8
5
87






-




-


S445
1,331
13,099
25
38
23
3,867
499
1




46
100

1,250
250
7,326
1,028
8
12,514
ft
38
400
17,339
100
139
2


a . a.
-
194,462 199,921
45


210
1,176
5,818
95
5
4.
2,373
20
179

1
710





1,856

598

6,608
250
90

12,135
10
.44

3


185
1,177
5,724
.136
33
11
2,442

245

1,415


81
50
4
2,652

1,612
610

3,768


8,771
40
47
.i
,,,


1,100
200,927
-

355
1,473
2,985
4
176

2,690
359
3
200
1,979


46
76

2,173

149
812

800

200
10,075
-50

2


680,365

5
60
1,175
3,175
-
91
6
4,789

608
88

1,658
7

55


2,634

2,259
346

3,297

24

12,763

65


TOTAL 55,353 477,004 227,324 228,924 226,634 713,471

TOTALS 1939 286,725 292,496 234,386 200,971 260,092 494,077
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

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


I I I II i





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UNITED STATES ORANGE EXPORTS. BY CQOUm RIES JANUARB 1941 1HEOBt. JUNE 1941



Country to which exported JAN.. MAI. APR. MAY JUNE

-BOXES-


Czechoslovakia
Irish Free State
Canada
British Honduras
Nicaragua
Panama, Republic of
Panama Canal Zone
Mexico
Greenland
Iceland
Miquelon & St. Pierre Is.
Newfoundland & Labrador
Bermudas
Other British W. Indies
Cuba
Dominican Republic
Netherland W. Indies
Brazil
Colaobia
Peru
Venezuela
Saudi Arabia
British India
British Malaya
Burma (British)
China
Netherland E. Indies
French Indo-China
Hong Kong
Iraq
Japan
Iran (Persia)
Philippine Island
Other Asia
British Oceania
New Zealand
Egypt


5,894
303,418


250
742
2,860

103

1,857
-
595


1,092
-


10
76

4,224
47
1,195
923

4,366



13,306
40
50
g-


330,744
'-
330
1,185
3,547

18
3
2,109

1,090
75

592



26
-

3,160
20
1,087
-
3,340
-
-
8,803

9
4


-

330,172

1
490
1,875
5,243
15
39
3
5,400

1,647
34

2,228


54
75

4,908

3,915


5,324



8,326
24
-l


Beginning in Apr. 1941,
the executive departments
of the Government ceased
publishing detailed statis-
tics of United States ex-
ports by country of desti-
nation in the interest of
national defence.


TOTAL 341,048 356,142 369,773

TOTALS 1940 289,054 335,682 399,245 585,223 180,430 296,043
i 1939 572,548 519,768 914,641 1,385,481 738,291 397,891
t 1938 402,656 388,775 711,700 1077,327 1,205,445 1,231,337
S1937 252,603 199,852 257,777 316,823 192,499 342,804
S1936 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

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





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IKED STA' S CSAPERUIT EIPOQTS.. BY COUNTRIESS JULY 1940 TBHBOU DICERER 1940


Country to which exported JULY AUG. SEPT. OCT. .N. DEC.

-B 0 XES-


Irish Tree State -
United Kingdm 2 4 41
Canada 41,266 40,236 28,956 66,053 57,284 62,407
British Honduras -
Nicaragua -
Panama, Republic of 20 20 40 35 2
Panama Canal Zone 244 294 435 309 207 175
Mexico 163 91 70 37 55 39
Greenland 61 6 49 36 4 -
Iceland 194 2 -
Miquelon & St. Pierre Is.
Newfoundland & Labrador 416 466 335 430 424 505
Bermudas 39 4 -
Other British W. Indies 50 72 25 41 29 22
Cuba 1
Dominican Republic -
Netherlands W. Indies 663 7,396 125 303 258 138
Brazil -
Colombia 1 -
Peru---
Venezuela 7 12
Saudi .Aeabia 30 30 30 48
British India -
British Malaya 88 180 169 450 853 353
Burma (British) -
China 175 167 75 40 180 48
Netherlands E. Indies 15 19 16 26 79 6
French Indo-China 6 -
Hong Kong 194 133 161 177 133 126
Iraq 250 -
Japan 20 29
Iran (Persia) 250 350 150
Phillipine Island 445 485 586 473 894 627
Other Asia 25 20 20 -
British Oceania 22 11 13 20 1
New Zealand -
Egypt -


TOTAL 44,133 50,035 31,308 68,646 60,646 64,532

TOTALS 1939 60,090 54,773 56,149 59,737 71,398 78,776
1938 114,807 70,577 28,006 88,834 96,638 108,333
S1937 32,216 21,965 22,885 49,776 52,341 58,024
S1936 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
Compiled from official records of the U. S. Bureau of Foreign & Domestic Ccmnerce,
Office of Foreign Agricultural Relations.






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UNITED STATES GRAPETIT EXPORTS. BY COUNTRIES JANUARY 1941 T20BTJ~ JUNE 1941


,31.o1


Country to which exported JAM. B. MR. A. MAY JUNE


-B OXES-


Irish Free State
United Kingdom
Canada
British Honduras
Nicaragua
Panama, Republic of
Panam Canal Zone
Mexico
Greenland
Iceland
Miquelon & St. Pierre Is.
Newfoundland & Labrador
Bermudas
Other British W. Indies
Cuba
Dominican Republic
Netherlands W. Indies
Brazil
Colombia
Peru
Venezuela
Saudi Arabia
British India
British Malaya
Burma (British)
China
Netherlands E. India
French Indo-China
Hong Kong
Iraq
Japan
Iran (Persia)
Philippine Islands
Other Asia
British Oceania
New Zealand
Egypt


780
7
84,427


65
285
27



94

14





4
48

559

73
32

203

8

757
20


-

71,019


110
401
73


313

8
30

-
161

-



370

38

126


213

5


-
96,784


175
485
253
4
6


Begiming in Apr. 1941,
tho executive departments
of the Goverment ceased
publishing detailed statis-
tics of United States ex-
ports by country of desti-
nation in the interest of
national defence.


TOTAL 87,538 72,867 99,768

TOTALS 1940 104,072 74,582 81,425 83,213 56,032 51,252
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
Coaqiled from official records of the U. S. Bureau of Foreign & Domestic Commerce,
Office of Foreign Agricultural Relations.




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