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Publication Date: 1941-1942
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UNIDB STATES WPAHRMItt 07F AGRICUL3tUR
Agricultural Marketig Administration
amd the
FLORIDA SUg MBRbING BTGEAT
Cooperating






MALWET SWS SONVICB ON FUIITS AND VEGETABS








MWgaiTPC G EIIRtIDA w CITS


.
H. 7. Wullson


LaJelanA, Flarida


October 10, 1942




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The iniomnation contained herewith
has been ccaqiled from the daily citrus bulle-
tins issued at Lialand, Florida and rcm vari-
ous reports released, by the Agricultural Markt,-
ing Administration; tbo Bureaun of Agricultural
Econanics tho Surplus Marketing Ad istration;
the Florida Citrus bhango; thoe lorida State
Dopartment of Agriculture and tho Florida Citrus
Commission.

Shi nants, unloads and othor similar
data for the 1941-43 season are subjoct to re-
vision on account of lato and corroctod reports
which areo not yet arailablo. Again, as in pre-
vious seasons, veory effort has boan made to in-
cludo in tho annual citrus sunnary, data which
will be of most valuo to tho Industry. Weo hare
endeavored to include basic statistics suitable
for comparisons with past seasons.




















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General Comments . . . . . . . . . . .

Carlot Shipments, by Weeks -
Rail and Boat Oranges & Tangerines .
i" Grapefruit . . . . .
Boat & Espress Mixed Citrus . . . .

Segregation Florida Citrus Shipments by Bail, Boat & Truck .

Total Shipments Florida Citrus, 1941-42 and 1940-41 Seasons .

Mixed Car Analysis, Florida Rail Shipments . . . .

Production & Disposition, Florida Citrus, 1931/32-1941/42 .

Florida Citrus Used by Canners, 1941-42 Season. . ....

Rail & Boat Unloads in 24 Cities July 1941 thru July 1942 -
Oranges, Grapefruit, Tangerines & Mixed Citrus . .

Truck Receipts in 10 Cities July 1941 thru July 1942 -
Oranges, Grapefruit & Tangerines . . . . .

Distribution of Florida Citrus -
Rail & Boat . . . . . . . . .
Truck . . . . . . . . . . . .
Weighted Average Auction Prices -
Oranges Florida & California ....
Grapefruit Florida (Seed & Seedless) . .
i-" Florida & Texas . . .
Tangerines Florida Only . . . . .
Florida Averages By Markets, Past 12 Years . .
Florida Citrus Size Analysis, 1941-42 Season . . . .

Florida Citrus Grade Analysis, 1941-42 Season . . . .
Florida Citrus Container 1941-42 Season . . . .
Grapefruit & Orange Production, by States, 1889-1941 . . .


Estimated Bearing Acreage & Trees Principal Citrus Producing States ....


. . 9 16


. . 17 19


. . 20 38
. . .. 39 42


43 53
54 64
65 70
71 72
73 74
75 76
77

78

79 80

81 82


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UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
Agricultural Marketing Administration
and the
FLORIDA STATE MARKETING BUREAU
Cooperating




MARKET NEWS SERVICE ON FRUITS & VEGETABLES





MARKsTa TIGLRIDA CITIES
SUgRM _Y OF 941-42 SEA=3

Daily rmatet reports on citrus were issued at
Lakeland, Florida from Oct. 14, 1941 to June 20, 1942,
inclusive.





More major changes occurred during the 1941-42 Florida citrus season
than in any dozen previous years. Three very important ones were the complete elini-
nation of boat shipments, curtailment of the truck movement and practically no exports.
The railroads, for the first time in many years, handled more than four-fifths of the
shipments of fresh citrus. It was necessary for rail schedules to bo changed to vari-
ous markets from third morning delivery to fourth morning and restrict unloading time.
Because of the increased emergencies due to the War the Industry maintained the
closest possible contact with events in Washington and cooperated to work out the
pressing problems which kept developing. Concentrate plants were rushed to completion
and research activities particularly on by-products were stressed Also through-
out the season, the Growers Administrative Committee and the Shippers Advisory Com-
mittee, at their regular meetings, made rocomnondations to the Secretary of Agriculture -
for regulating grades, sizes and similar factors.
Florida's estimated orange production was 1,300,000 boxes less than the
previous season, while California's total was about an equal amount heavier. Other.
States showed little variation with the result that total production of all States the
past two seasons differed approximately one-half million boxes. Grapefruit production
in Florida was estimated around 5,000,000 boxes lighter than the record crop of the
preceding year and the tangerine crop was the lightest since 1935-36 or was about the
same as or the three-year period 1933-1935.
Total shipments of Florida oranges, grapefruit and tangerines by rail,
boat and truck amounted to nearly 78,000 cars as compared with the final movement of
88,614 cars the previous year. The shipping season on all citrus started later than
a year ago and the movement generally was lihter throughout the entire period. Florida's
total shipments of all citrus for the past six seasons have ranged from 71,885 cars in
1939-40 to 107,719 cars in 1938-39, but mostly around 80,000 cars or slightly more.
The season, as a whole, was a most successful one. Florida's weighted
auction averages on all grades, containers and sections were the highest on oranges in
five years or since the 1936-37 season the highest in six years on grapefruit and it
has boon twelve years since tangerines averaged as high, or in 1929-30. In contrast
with a year ago averages of oranges f9r the entire season were up 480, grapefruit 610,
and tangerines 600 on one-half box or $1.20 per full box. Volume of citrus sold on the
auctions, however, was loss. It approached recent seasons on oranges, but grapefruit
and tangerines were relatively lighter.









Florida's orange season opened about one week later than in 1940-41 and at
a time when California' stock was averaging from $4.50-5.00 a box on the auctions. Or-
anges from Florida averaged more than $3.00 a box until the week of Thanksgiving when
there was a slowing up in demand. Soe markets observed Nov. 20th and others Nov. 27th.
Because of this, there were only two auction salos held during six consecutive days at
a number of the terminals and weather was unseasonably warm. California Valencias were
near the end of the season and Navels were taking over with neither variety at its best.
With increasing'surpplies auction prices dropped sharply to a little over $2.00 a box and
continued to range rom $2.00-2.50 on interior fruit in standard wire-bound boxes until
the latter part of February. It was during this period, too, that mass transition from
commercial to defense production was in progress and much of the buying power was being
concentrated on staple goods and clothing. Quality of Florida oranges was good. Pre-
vailing cool weather in the State sweetened the fruit. Supplies were not xcossivo, but
still the market was draggy. It was not until the middle of February that signs of im-
provemont were noted. On-tho nights of Feb. 14th and 15th, Californim experienced cold
damage and orange prices took a sharp turn upwrd advancing nearly $1.00 a box i two
weeks. A $3.00 auction manrat held for nearly one month, then declined to around 2.50-
$2.75 until the week ending Apr. 25th when it again reached the $3,00 mark and remained
there until the first week in June. Movement was heavy, yet the market continued final.
Prevailing cool weather in Florida throughout the late Spring and early Summrr was ideal
for holding citrus and maintaining top quality Buying power showed improvement. There
was also less competition from such other fruits as apples and pears. Imports of bananas,
pineapples and South .Anerican fruits were light and all sold at relatively high prices.
Contrary to the usual trend on the auctions, Florida oranges topped Cali-
fornia stock during the latter part of May. Quaity of Florida fruit continued exception-
ally good, but Central California's Valencias were not the best. With the normally de-
creasing shipments from Florida at this tue a4d'rains within the State in early June
which delayed picking the auction averages again advanced sharply. For the week ending
June 19th, 327 cars o1 interior fruit in standard wire-bound boxes averaged $3.63 Pric-
es declined somewhat during the first part of July, but the last few offerings closed
strong in late July.


When the Florida grapefruit season opened, there woro relatively light sup-
plies of Isle of Pines and Puerto Rico stock on hand at receiving points and prices were
high. However, weekly wires from market centers indicated that first arrivals of Florida
grapfruit generally lacked juice and were coarse and ricy. This was particularly notice-
able with th quality of imported fruit good. The Florida Citrus Coanmssion assured the
Trade of improved quality by voting to increase by 1076 the juice content of stock shipped
from the State Oct. 27th through Nov. 15th. As a further incentive to improve market con-
ditions the Government announced intention to purchase grapofruit during the 1941-42 sea-
son. At this timo, there was considerable pessimism as to he outlook: but throughout the
season, auction averages were consistently above 1940-41 for corresponding weeks. As with
oranges, there was a slrmp in grapefruit prices immediately following T ksgiving and
again during the first part of January. The Government started buying fresh fruit the
week ending Jan. 24th and continued purchases through Mar. 28th. This program was gener-
ally acknowledged as a very definite aid in the successful marketing of the 1941-42 season's
grapefruit crop. The grapefruit market did not react to the California freeze as did
oranges.
Beginning with the first week in April, however, there was a consistent ad-
vance in grapefruit auction prices. Texas was practically through shipping by the first of
May. During the latter part of Juno and approaching the and of the season interior Seed-
less averaged nearly $4.00 a box on the auctions for standards and standard wire-bounds
combined. Tho season was practically completed by the first of July and offerings after
this date were very light. It was again brought forcefully to the attention of the Indus-
try, that the Trade in the North does not want Duncan grapefruit. If seed stock was bought,
it was generally at a substantial discount. Texas supply of 'Pink's' increased materially
and shipments to the East were much heavier than in previous seasons.


Prices of tangerines were good throughout the 1941-42 season. The market
eased off somewhat after the Christmas holidays, but only for a short period. Auction
averages generally were 504 or moro above last year s prices. In numerous weeks, the
averages were better than $1.00 over the 1940-41 season. During the wind-up, light
shipments of late bloom fruit brought sensationally high prices.









Edi,- Carlot shipments (rail, boat & press) by weeks Oranges & Tangerines, Grapefruit
and xedi Citrus were taken from the 'Weekly of Carlot Sipnts' as released by
the Washiton Office of the Agricultural Marke Administra.tion. T-hese tabulations of
Florida spen ts for the 1941J-4 and 1940.41 easns include "light" and heavyy cars.
Cars loaded 250 boxes or less have been counted as "light" cars and 2 light cars used as
1 car in these cocpilations. Total liAt oars for the 1941-42 season were oranges 994
cars; grapefruit 172 cars; tangerines 12 cars and mixed citrus 496 cars. For the 1940-41
season, total, light cars were oranges 2,770 cars grpofruit 454 cars; tangerines 54 cars
and mixed citrus 742 cars. See Pages 4 and 5 for %ol Florida shiipents of orongos, grape-
fruit and tangerines segregated by rail, boat and trubk.

OPAJGeS AND MexarMaXs CALOT SIMESMTS (FAIL & BOAT) BY WEEKS

Week RIDAIn CALF. # WAS # I ARIZ. # I[ALL OIES#I iTbALS
ing 1941-4 __ 1940-41 41 42 40 41 41401 -41 42 40-41 41-42I40141 41-42|4-0 41


9/6
13
20
10/4
11
18
25
11/1
8
15I
22
29
12/6
13
20
27
L 4
10
17
24
31
2/7
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
8
15


g. "I Orgs. T angs.


# Includes a few cars tangerines.


1386 16829
1626 1487
1M75 1586
1536 1303'
1531 1536
1684 1486
1530 1705
1078 1336
911 1110
1106 552
798 152
1533 1047
1810 1453
1465 1753
1818 1530
770 950
699 705
738 961
1523 1110
1939 1191
1651 1394
1004 1438
1252. 1619
1207 1280
1305 901
1461 1069
1602 1164
1449 1287
1412 1359
1606 1553
1634 1169
1329 1525
1236 1273
1946 1375
1929 1569.
1762 1921
1526 1750
1830 1560
1699 1439
2024 1788
2180 1366,
2027 1487..
1836 1443
1625 1540
1826 1581
2117 1787
2160 1612
1900 1798.
1654 1725
1605 1861


1286 1629
1626 1487
1575 1586
1536 1303
1531 1536
1686 1495
1555 1731
1125 1659
1255 1561
1679 1377
1689 1313
2577 2377
2851 2803
2386 3064
3309 3391
2237 2306
1562 1242
1910 2576
253 2466
33 2 2689
31 6 2748
219 2986
2489 2913
2308 2665
2314 2132
2904 2079
2804 2627
3048 2425
2598 2640
2705 2843
2849 2378
2603 2674
2189 2166
3449 2439
3286 2801
3125 3240
2705 3003
3057 2481
2771 2546
2724 2892
2866 2173
2730 1919
2243 1859
1862 1807
1946 1733
2150 1849
2168 1648
1909 1803
1656 1725
1607 1861


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4
29
132
226
283
317
247
146
473
192
136
167
218
158
176
133
50
36
24
28
17
12
5
1

-


2
.15
278
421
769
1094
1101
1068
975
1484
1089
382
1113
1127
1321
1118
1302
1111
1156
1053
940
1371'
1074
1223
1264
1181
1127
872
1046
1219
1309
1251
921
1107
1104
807
432
416
267
152
62
36
5


8
262
489
773
892
836
643
1177
1196
519
881
833
1122I
1270
1039
1088
1025
935
1340
1068
1512
1127
1058
1175
1247
929
1488
1336
1343
1168
1210
1066
689
674
689
398
234
118
30
8
9
2
2


-
-
-
-

25 11 -
39 45 -
82 29 1
82 48 2 4
115 33 3 5
124 73 7 23 3 1
43 32 23 19 5 5
62 34. 31 16 4 3
63 51 47 9 2 -
48 10 27 9 1
35 1 18 8 -
43 23 31 6 -
24 34 29 3 -
50 33 36 8 -
56 66 36 3 -
34 28 8 -
41 25 1 -
28 50 1 3 -
40 44 2 1 -
72 17 6 3 -
111 45 7 11 -
62 26 13 14 -
43 10 16 20 -
24 2 17 7 -
23 7 17 9 -
15 5 12 12 -
10 2 14 18 -
3 2 .12 16 -
2 5 19 8 -
1 5 19 5 -
2 11 -
17 -
i -
121 -
S12 -
14 -


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cAPEMJIT CALOT S;IBmS (RAIL & BOAT) BY WEEKS


Wek FLORIDA CALIFORNIA I WAS ARIZONA ALL O0IERS TOTALS
Ending 41-4Z340-41 4i42140 41-41- 40'41 4 1-4'4041 2 41-414041 1-40-41


Sepk. 6
13
20
27
Oct. 4
11
18
25
Nov. 1
8
15
22
29
Dec. 6
13
20
27
19A2
10
17
24
31
Feb. 7
14
21
28
Mar. 7
14
31
28
Apr. 4
11
18
25
May 2
9
16
23
30
June 6
13
20
27
July 4
11
18
25
Ag. 1
8
15


1 -

2 11
95 269
388 476
186 338
288 250
349 325
234 390
188 312
162 347
217 481
253 558
210 442
243 173
296 468
251 697
270 619
393 625
488 584
598 551
515 473
464 533
634 606
578 647
708 560
597 703
475 569
367 571
455 650
378 575
563 499
667 638
456 584
345 596
293 475
216 329
96 226
76 112
36 54
24 50D
13 16
11 9
4 5
8


30 40
25 74
13 64
7 52
4 15
1 5
1 19
5 12
4 8
8 9
7 6
8 5
11 10
10 13
7 13
2 8
5 5
9 2
10 11
18 19
10 16
15 13
13 13
11 10
15 15
8 11
18 19
9 19
13 25
14 18
32 17
24 24
34 35
66 34
83 44
144 31
161 48
100 88
100 57
124 127
172 243
173 267
204 190
87 118
63 68
73 81
77 82
90 100
93 106
122 87


-
-
'7
167
416
425
482
608
519
354
397
445
574
401
381
500
352
619
660
518
418
448
588
863
803
531
479
382
313
332
195
87
34
11
8
6
-


25
313
405
380
257
255
386

275
507
1496
130
329
417
431
380
253
196
304
389
251
397
456
168
144
246
220
106
41
33
11
17
7
3
8


10
39
.38
34


24
33
840
29
55
66
71
69
60
68
53
65
70
88
81
98
86
102
118
102
129
108
117
120
109
116
108
106
107
52
35
17
16


22 40
36 74
13 64
7 52
13 51
263 604
815 949
635 766
813 546
903 622
794 791
593 750
511 656
706 802
858 911
646 614
653 317
834 821
668 1171
973 1134
1134 1074
1090 892
1089 808
1042 840
1120 989
1570 912
1469 1104
1336 1081
1170 953
969 795
786 897
913 951
725 758
818 648
913 784
719 715
631 739
519 616
425 427
336 391
356 379
315 333
335 240
152 134
109 77
94 86
93 90
90 100
93 106
122 87


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jfit- In the interest of national and hemisphere defense, the publication of all data relat-
ing to United States imports and exports has been discontinued.





3-
MIXD CITRUS CAULOT SHIIMENTS (RAIL. BOAT & -EMRESS). BY WEEKS


Week I nRIDA CALIFOlIA TEXAS .. .. ARIDIPA- ALL OTHERS TO'jAILS
Endag 41.42140.1 41404j 4- 4141.1-42 40-.41 '442140,41 41-2 40-4


13
20
27
Oct. 4
11
18
25
Nov. 1
8
15
22
29
Dec. 6
13
20
27
Ja. 3
10
17
24
31
Feb. 7
14
21
28
Mar. 7
14
21
28
Apr. 4
11
18
25
May a2
9
16
23
30
June 6
13
20
27
July 4
'11
1
25
Aug. 1
'8
'15


n -
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17
6 30
39 39
73 101
72 176
136 265
215 283
296 324
424 433
739 575
431 245
439 377
459 334
519 337
511 314
509 362
469 288
461 302
363 244
454 176
426 214
454 202
337 219
317 194
380 191
374 158
293 113
365 125
330 154
281 156
233 134
223 114
159 90
88 77
64 54
48 42
29 43
12 22
1 15
2 12
S.. 4


30 98
50 77
46 77
35 48
32 41
18 38
30 30
17 26
10 18
9 15
5 5
21 2
22 1
16 10
15 16
12 5
15 26
20 21
33 28
45 32
39 37
32 34
30 49
37 38
22 36
43 35
43 45
46 50
48 40
51 42
43 28
65 42
33 26
62 19
37 32
49 52
45 60
43 63
39 86
73 108
88 153
110 167
129 166
123 117
108 165
129 149
113 116
87 111
96 135
116 83


18
22
46
45
33
23
37
23
a9
40
8
4
9
25
29
28
17
18
27
36
11
24
21
9
5
1
3
1



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30 98
50 77
46 78
35 48
32 41
35 57
79 70
85 102
120 104
147 149
162 205
236 309
294 311
361 369
491 493
784 591
481 275
505 412
536 389
654 402
634 385
607 417
565 355
537 368
436 317
590 222
545 284
572 273
441 268
415 243
464 223
460 203
337 142
440 146
373 187
338 210
292 194
267 177
205 176
155 185
157 207
162 209
161 209
137 139
110 180
131 161
114 120
87 111
96 135
116 83


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TOTAL IPJBMA CITRUS SIMaT-TS BAL. BOAT & ==jCK BY WFEKS. 194142 SEASON
(Includes proper proportion of mixed' cars)


Week M S AE I TANGECRI
Ending Bail I Boat I Buck ail I Boat Trk Bail I Boat I ruck


Sepb.13
20
27
Oct. 4
11
18
25
Nov. 1
8
15
22
29
Dec. 6
13
20
27

10
17
a24
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
8
15


12
297
539
824
933
877
727
1295
1481
616
1000
1005
1297
1386
1282
1264
1288
1109
1589
1303
1766
1326
1233
1392
1453
1104
1701
1561
1518
1309
1318
1169
748
709
714
418
243
119
32
8
9
2
2


1
15
56
205
273
410
395
404
387
587
1116
257
256
269
341
404
385
368
392
344
405
388
403
319
288
343
289
253
293
259
227
213
188
158
128
110
84
49
29
15


*- Unavailable.


TOTAL 39978 1153 11306 16712 514 3464 3513 147 918





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IOTAL SRMMi s 3ourA CITHS BY UM[S
1941-3 AHD 194fi.l S1SAS8NS

ORANGES GRAPETRU I I T TAGINES TOTAL
Week -
Ending 1941.3 11940-41- 9 94 1940-41 1941-4311940-41 1941-42 1940-41

Sept. 1 c 1
20
27
Oct. 4 1 4 43 4 44
11 1 10 157 362 158 372
18 15 93 523 601 538 694
25 68 530 84 452 352 982
Nov. 1 506 742 355 892 1097
8 836 1237 475 472 13 1311 1712
15 1267 1654 352 549 3 95 1622 2298
22 1399 1754 327 509 100 57 266 1783 2529
29 1395 1741 299 537 150 236 385 1930 2663
Dec. 6 1212 1797 364 734 175 368 491 1944 3012
13 1989 2758 500 825 00 421 577 2910 4160
20 2695 2980 538 712 199 561 547 3794 4239
27 949 767 429 298 498 268 1876 1333
an. 3 1352 1598 500 688 -) 414 688 2266 2974
10 134 1795 489 945 300 352 314 2183 3054
17 1723 2205 509 888 175 360 262 2592 3355
24 1913 2115 647 150 903 200 315 300 2875 3317
31 1689 2191 766 2001 830 160 260 370 2715 3391
Feb. 7 1704 1816 869 200 797 150 238 280 2811 2893
14 1680 1839 790 200 736 100 159 306 2629 2881
21 1459 1644 713 200 794 60 101 232 2273 2670
28 1996 1487 929 200 864 75 94 110 3019 2461
Mar. 7 1696 2064 908 199 903 100 57 69 2661 3036
14 2177 1745 1031 200 818 75 57 72 3265 2635
21 1651 1813 85 150 969 100 15 47 2525 2829
28 1533 1848 757 100 828 9 26 2299 2702
Apr. 4 1744 1772 721 840 3 16 2468 2628
11 1754 1597 809 895 7 2563 2499
18 1359 1276 650 767 1 2009 2044
25 1994 1421 847 689 2841 2110
May 2 1820 1604 919 846 2739 2450
9 1745 1749 641 788 2386 2537
16 1522 1644' 4 I3 766 a 2035 2410
23 1506 1254 434 625 -- 1940 1879
30 1327 1392 316 44 1643 1834
June 6 876 1400 161 314 1037 1714
13 819 1017 119 178 -- 938 1195
20 798 589 73 108 871 697
27 467 504 41 79 -- 508 583
July 4 272 310 23 31 295 341
11 134 168 13 17 147 185
18 32* 88 4* 17 36* 105
25 8* 55 -. 10 8* 65
Aug. 1 9* 5* 9* 5*
8 2* -* -* -' -* 2* -*
15 2* -* -* -* 2*

OCTAL 52437 58059 20690 ( 1799) 34813 (2319) 4578 5742 77705 88614
*-Truck shipments not included, unavailable.
-EIfa- Includes rail, boat, truck, express and mixed citrus broken down into proper pro-
portions. All light cars counted as individual cars. Boat & truck reduced to car-lot
equivalents on basis 400 boxes per car. Includes Government purchases of grapefruit with
the number of cars shipped each woek furnishedd thru the courtesy of tho Surplus Markot-
ing A&rmnistration) shown in parenthesis for the 1941-42 and 1940-41 seasons.






6 -

MIXED CAR ANALYSIS, RAIL SIPMStS.. 1941.42 SASON


RANGES c~anPEUIT TA NGERITES
Date For Week Season For Week Season For Week Season
Ending To Date Ending To Date Ending To Date


1941
Sepb. 6
13
20
27
Oct. 4
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


50.00
47.62
58.75
59.76
53.47
57.78
52.60
47.28
47.48
38.70
44.04
42.64
46.70
42.89
48.46
48.64
50.11
45.53
51.19
50.69
50.54
53.94
53.31
54.34
53.39
50.00
54.03
52.94
55.59
55.32
51.98
55.97
51.58
53.12
58.33
68.97
75.00
100.00


50.00
47.92
54.69
56.67
55.37
56.30
55.02
52.45
50.65
48.59
47.91
47.19
47.12
46.62
46.81
46.98
47.23
47.13
47.41
47.61
47.79
48.05
48.25
48.52
48.73
48.77
48.97
49.09
49.26
49.40
49.47
49.56
49.58
49.60
49.63
49.68
49.71
49.72


50.00
52.38
41.25
.40.24
33.34
22.22
13.64
29.54
27.06
30.88
29.89
30.49
27.87
27.88
31.47
33.8t
32.63
41.06
36.23
41.48
40.90
42.27
44.17
44.90
46.61
30.00
45.97
47.06
44.41
44.68
48.02
44.03
48.42
46.88
41.67
31.03
25.00
-


50.00
52.08
45.31
43.33
39.26
32.64
26.04
27.20
27.15
27.79
28.11
28.43
28.38
28.33
28.65
29.10
29.37
30.04
30.46
31.12
31.71
32.17
32.62
33.17
33.74
34.26
34.70
35.11
35.37
35.57
35.84
35.96
36.03
36.09
36.12
36.11
36.09
36.09


-


13.19
20.00
33.76
23.18
25.46
30.42
26.07
26.87
25.43
29.23
20.07
17.54
17.27
13.41
12.58
7.83
8.56
3.79
2.52
0.76

..

-
,,,
e
o,


-


05.37
11.06
18.94
20.35
22.20
23.62
23.98
24.38
24.50
25.05
24.54
23.92
23.40
22.83
22.13
21.27
20.50
19.78
19.13
18.31
17.53
16.97
16.33
15.80
15.37
15.03
14.69
14.48
14.39
14.31
14.25
14.21
14,20
14.19


1.


Furnished through the courtesy of the Statistical Deparhnent,
Florida Citrus Exchange, Tampa, Fla.


I I l l _





-7-
7 -
FLORIDA CITJS PROIDCTION & DISPOSITION 1931/32-1941/42



SHIPPED FRESH PROCESSED TO
OTHER TOTAL
I DISPO- PB0-
COaMaCIAL OUT-OF-STAI E GOV'. C~M- 0V'T. SI lra DUC-
Season Bo MER TOTAL TION
Rail Boat I Truck I TOTAL ICIAL
-Thouss a Boxes-
ORANGES
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 1,602 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 1,904 28,400
1941-42 16,418 461 4,017 20,896 4,022 175 4,197 2,007 27,100

SRAPEm-UIT
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 2,542 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
1940-410 4,800 2,208 1,631 8,639 971 12,588 1,439 14,027 963 24,600
1941-62iW 5,885 206 1,162 7,253 761 9,751 396 10,147 1,239 19,400

'TANGERINES
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 1,192 520 266 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 2,301 399 2,700
1941-420# 1,383 59 325 1,767 333 2,100

# Includes 1,719,000 boxes diverted from ccmnercial channels under Industry Program,
Data unavailable. Quantities believed to be negligible.
Season 1931-32 to 1939-40 from 'Annual Statistics Relating to Bearing Acreage, Production and
Disposition of United States Oranges and Grapefruit', issued May 1941, by te Surplus Market-
ing Administration, U. S. Department of Agriculture, Washington, D. C.
U# 1941-42 and 1940-41 seasons calculated fran reports of the Citrus Inspection Bureau at
Winter Haen, Florida and the Growers Administrative Committee, Lakeland, Florida.






8 -
IIEIDA CAMHRY FIGURES BY WEEKS 194142 SEASON
punished through the courtesy of the Florida Citrus Ccnission Lakeland, Florida.


Week "ORANGES GRAPEFRUIT
hdog Cmmercial Gov't. I To.Date CCommrial Goa'I TI o-Date
-B -o 5 A J -


Oct. 25 3,348 -2,348
Nov. 1 598 598 7, 506 9 854
8 16337 16,935 5 511 -35,365
15 15,989 32,924 8516 -43,881
22 30,802 63,726 36,213 -80,094
29 33 561 97,287 80310 160.404
Dec. 6 34,736 132,023 170,650 330,954
13 63,003 195,026 274,178 605,132
20 98,551 293,577 296,691 901,823
27 96,370 389,947 248,797 13,232 1,163,852
J/a 3 144,999 66 535,012 357,010 50,296 1,571,158
10 187,162 245 722,419 463,896 32,629 2,067,683
17 198,106 2,532 923,057 498,887 27,156 2,593,726
24 159,675 3,084 1,085,816 478,375 4,836 3,076,937
31 171,803 4,802 1 262,421 566,838 12,463 3 656,228
Feb. 7 190 024 10,812 1,463,257 562,819 13,257 4,232,304
14 180 689 12,710 1,656,656 576122 11,844 4,820,270
21 128,794 4 453 1,789,903 485 226 9,596 5,315,092
28 150 803 1,581 1,942,287 574,070 24,050 5,913,212
Mar. 7 131 814 509 2,074,610 648,387 28,358 6,589,957
14 134,726 4,354 2,213,690 620,417 25,002 7,235,376
21 127,551 8,700 2,349,941 600,262 25,141 7,860,779
28 108 407 3,126 2,461,474 532,047 17,154 8 409,980
Apr. 4 122,849 2,418 2,586,741 435,257 27,502 8 872,739
11 150,382 1,430 2,738,553 342,418 8,955 9,224,112
18 169,274 11,641 2,919,468 233,618 25,660 9,483,380
25 183 987 12,331 3,115,786 203,294 13,584 9,700,258
May 2 142,562 16 472 3,274,820 131,122 13,865 9,845 245
9 110,517 2 942 3,388,279 95,230 2 675 9,943,150
16 85,696 3,473,975 57121 10 00,271
23 116 018 3,589,993 48255 10048,526
30 106,621 3 696,614 33,475 10 082,001
June 6 78,765 3,775,379 15,298 10097 299
13 83,517 3,858,896 12, 43 10 109,542
20 86 281 3 945,177 8,403 10 117 945
27 67,455 4,012,632 5 336 10 123281
July 4 62120 4,074,752 6301 10,129,582
11 50,373 4,125125 5,844 10135,426
18 1,473 4,126,598 3,577 10,139,003
25
Aug. 1
8
15




lia- Not included in above figures are 70,400 boxes or oranges purchased
by the Federal Surplus Commodities Corporation for processing out of
the State; also 8,480 boxes of grapefruit.


; --- ---;----- ----







S.9
UMoADs or olZxGas in a4 CIUss soM JUY 1941 S-W JIuM 1


BY )MNES AD BY STPATE OF oRIGDI*
CA~fT6


State


iJULYl AUG.I SgPT OCT.l i.l v C. JAN. .1 EB. MA.l APR.I MY I JUITE JULY


Lanta
Ariz. 1 2
Calif. 3 2 26 40 29 1 1 5 37 31
Florida 5 5 45 16 17 14 17 10 2 2
Tota J24 26 40 9 6 45 16 17 14 18 16 41 33

Ariz. 2 - -
Calif. 115 135 161 136 57 34 35 30 42 46 47 91 155
Florida, 32 8a 135 143 166 225 214 205 158 20
Total 177 135 161 136 139 171 178 1O 8 260 252 249 175


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Baj



Bo




Mh


cimnati


Ariz. 3 7 3 1 1 -
Calif. 104 131 136 117 71 100 79 51 72 56 86 122 138
Florida 25 4 123 173 138 141 198 144 153 94 3
STeX .. 3 1 1 1 -
Total 129 131 136 137 197 276 225 195 271 201 239 216 141
veland
Ariz. 2 3 1 3 1 3 2 1
Calif. 171 16 149 168 145 173 167 16 173 169 199 180 168
Florida 15 65 68 122 100 119 122 129 52 6
Tax 2 17 2 1 1 4 -
STotal 186 162 149 170 229 24W 291 230 296 292 331 234 175

Ariz. 2 1 4 1 -
Calif. 33 29 48 16 9 34 19 27 31 34 33 41 42
Florida 2 14 14 -
Te, 7 8 24 22 .30 31 14
Total 33 29 48 23 17 60 42 57 62 50 51 56 42

Ariz. 2 2 1 -
Calif. 73 50 49 49 44 61 68 65 68 76 93 78 75
Te 3 2 4 4 -
Total 73 50 49 49 44 64 1 69 72 78 94 78 75


roit


Ariz. 1 6 7 1 3 1 3 12 2
Calif. 227 213 214 228 212 267 229 209 358 307 328 271 265
Florida 17 1 73 75 152 128 139 160 168 98 12
Tea., 3 19 2 1 -
Total 244 213 214 227 305 348 388. 338 502 468 500 381 279
't Worth
A riz. 2 -
Calif. 7 7 9 6 5 13 8 5 9 17 15 23 24
Florida -
Tez. 1 3 6 9 12 22 3 2 -
Total 8 7 9 6 8 21 17 17 31 20 17 23 24


Ariz. 5 4 -
Calif. 401 510 441 484 369 315 333 210 351 279 378 474 457
Florida 43 221 303 367 276 408 376 372 248 26
Taex. -
otal 444 510 441 484 592 623 704 486 759 655 750 722 483
icao
Arz 2 9 26 3 1 2 9 13 4
Calif. 436 414 442 455 341 455 392 329 445 425 476 491 448
Florida 17 1 122 165 238 205 241 287 298 154 18
La... 1 - -
Tnex. .69 23 25 17 28 3 - -
Total 453 414 442 456 534 653 681 554 715 717 83 658 470


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10 -

UNIA)DS OF7 ORAGES in 24 CITIES JTM JULY 1941 2 JULY 1942
BY MNMS A0D BY STATES 07 RIGI (CONJ 'DM'
CAIOTS.


nsas City


I m l A .l..I. oSBPT.[iOCI, mv. _.I t.1 .i JAN mB.i ,I A .I MaAY I J1E I JULY


Ariz. 7 10 2 4 2
Calif 70 61 59 54 37 78 60 77 85 79 78 92 84
Florida 2 24 4 -
Te ..o 1 7 4 12 13 19 -
Total 70 61 -9 55 44 89 84 90 106 107 82 94 84


s Angeles


Aiz. - 1 w -
Calif. 10 8 10 1 2 5 2 -
Total 10 8 10 1 .. 1 2 2 -


Ariz. --I1
Calif. 95 70 66 72 58 108 11 111 2 108 16 120 92
Florida 4 3 9 2 1 10 2 -
T. x, 4 17 3 2 5 -
otan5I 95 70 66 76 79 115 123 113 134- 10 136 123 92


Calis 46 87 96 24 9 1 4 3 7 17 53 60
Florida 9 2 29 26 35 70 72 81 71 27 -
la4. 1. - -
Teax. 14 6 4 3 1 12 0
Total 55 87 96 40 44 31 39 75 87 88 88 80 60
SYorCity v
Ariz -- --1 1
Florida 582 18 9 675 845 1193 1051 1464 1290 1430 1171 286
Taex, 1 w -
Total 1446 1115 1312 1305 1519 1650 1818 1499 21o0 1962 2240 2039 1380
Laboh City
Ariz. 1 1 2 2 -
Calif. 26 16 22 8 10 26 20 25 20 25 34 31 32
Tax. 6 1 6 10 11 13 2 2 -
TlPOal 26 16 22 14 11 33 30 37 35 29 36 31 32


Philadeal-biaa,
Ariz. 1 1 1 1
Calif. 437 481 476 489 -259 268 188 156 208 205 259 377 485
Florida 110 2 331 423 496 429 604 573 617 451 87
Tax_ 1 1 I I .
'Total 547 481 476 491 592 693 686 585 813 778 877 828 572


ttaburgh
Ariz. 5 2 1 3 12 1
Calif. 257 241 225 236 170 243 202 175 251 226 301 301 251
Florida 25 94 85 90 97 123 121 129 87 16
Te. -. 9 3 1 1 3 -
T otal 282 241 225 236 273 333 298 275 378 347 433 400 268
tlanad. Oreg. .%
Calif. 62 41 56 44 42 89 98 90 928 107 76 66 .
Total 62 41 56 44 42 89 70 98 90 92 107 76 66


Louis
, ,.om
Ariz. I- 1 l -
Calif. 137 140 139 140 110 107 150 139 185 182 175 196 152
Florida 9 12 16 52 30 40 70 53 31
L. 3 -
eTx .- 2 45 37 23 7 35 5 1 -
Total 146 140 139 14 167 164 226 176 260 257 229 227 152


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3 3 2 3 12 11


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11 -

UNIOADS OF ORAQN S in 24 CITIES I-M JULY 1941 TMIU JULY 1942


BY MITMS AND BY STAfLE 07 OIGT T (CONT'D*
CA~MTF


State


I JULY a J.ISEPT.I OCT.1 ITOV.1 DC.I JA. EB. MaR.I AER. M I -NE JULY


Calif. 43 33 27 39 22 38 44 44 43 49 43 47 35
Florida 3. 1 1
Tex. ... 1 1 3 -
Total 43 33 27 39 A4 39 4S 45 45 49 44 48 35


Ses;tle
A2ri. 1 2
Caif,. 88 74 88 78 53 119 142 116 127 151 148 108 119
Total 88 74 88 78 53 119 1432 116 127 151 149 110 119
Wasbhiu onD ,C.


Ariz. -2 2 -
Calif. 94 95 99 93 22 20 13 17 45 23 25 63 97
Florida 1 26 42 44 39 40 56 83 23 2
Total 95 95 99 93 48 64 59 56 85 79 108 86 99


Note- Unloads available on only 24 cities effective July 1, 1940. *Dmestic receipts only.








TUNOADS OF GEQ EUIT in 24 CITIES nEOM JULY 1941 TR J JULY 194
BY mPmss AND BY STATES OF ORIGIN
CA SOTS


State


I JUrYl AUG.IssP.1 OC.1 o ov.I Mc.I Jm.I B. .I A. Pl A R.I M I JUMEI JULY


Atlanta
Ariz.
Calif.
Florida
Tex.
Total


Ariz.
Calif.
Florida
Taxal


Boston
Ariz.
Calif.
Florida

Total


4 1

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8 2
5 -

13 2


51 30
9

60 30


- -.- -.- -- 8 3
. -; 1 1
- 1 4 8 11 12 7 3

- 2 4 8 11 2 3 9 4


- 4 7
S-6 6 12
- 26 47 51 49 56 80 73 51 26 3
5 19 9 19 14 22 10 -
S 31 66 60 68 70 102 83 51 36 22


S 5 10 4
5 2 5 39 36
S 68 85 63 105 106 182 170 123 55 4
- 20 77 76 83 52 56 10 -
5 88 164 139 188 158 243 180 128 104 44


cano


Ariz 2 2 8 8
Calif. 46 32 16 1 1 1 11 61 28
Florida 1 31 5 10 16 21 26 95 197 37
Tex. I 129 244 237 264 256 277 180 -
Total 46 32 17 161 25 248 280 277 303 77 212 106 36


Cincimanat
Ariz.
Calif.
Florida
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1 2 4 19 14
2 18 13
S 53 17. 4 6 23 35 43 69 9
- 27 59 73 81 71 85 49 1 -
2 80 76 77 88 94 120 94 74 46 27


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UNADo S OF g~,mPIE l in. a4 CITES 3ROb JULY 1941 .ff JULY 1942
BY MINS AD BY STAEmS OrF DIGl (o01T'ar
CAOIZ8O


I JUIYI AUG.ISEI2I. OCT.I NV.1 iEC.I JAT.I EB.1 MAiR. ABR.J MAY I JUNE JULY


Clevelnrt
Ariz.
Calif.
Florida
T t.
Total


Ariz.
Calif.
Florida
Te, ---
Total
Dflger
Ariz.
Calif.
Florida
Tex.t
Total-
Detroit
Arciz.
Calif.
Florida
TaX,
Total
Fort Worth
Ariz.
Calif.
Florida
Tem,


Ariz.
Calif..
Florida
Total


Los Anzele


14 10

14 10


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5 -
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5 -


14 10


23 34


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15 -


15 .
12

1 "1


S -. .. 4 14 11 9
1 2 8 25 7
2 37 9 1 2 7 37 57 72 9 -
S 4 81 73 103 81 93 43 1
1 3 90 74 105 88 130 104 95 45 16


S. 3 1
. .. .1 4 8

. 9 7 16 15 22 31 26 4 -
- 9 7 16 15 22 31 26 14 6 9


a 5 4 8 8 10 9 -
1 1 a 10 16 15
S-1 5
a 10 11 18 43 28 35 13 6 -
S11- 11 18 -433 43 231 2 15


- 6 14 17 14
7 2 2 12 26 7
S 20) 14 36 40 43 70 69 85 7 -
- 62 114 98 129 98 154 62 4 -
7 84 128 134 169 141 224 139 115 50 21


- a 2 3
4.. .. . . 2 -
a .4
... . 6 4
S 1 3 7 6 16 11 -
S1 3 7 6 16 11 10 8 2


- 8 3 9 1
S 2 15 11 9
- 1 1 1 1 13 -
. 19 32 58 53 52 79 41 4 -
6 19 3 58 54 53 80 52 35 20 10


Ariz. 13 50 41 28 25 7 1 1 6
Calif, .. 1 4 2 -
otal- 13 50 41 9 25 11 3 1 6


MinMeaolis
Ariz.
Calif.
Florida


NTet Orleg
ciz.
Calif.
Florida
Tfls.A


Net York City
Ariz.
Calif.
S..orida
Total


13 7


5 -
A 2


93 68
21

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- 6 6 2
3 1 1 4 31 3 5
- 2 2 8 13 -
- 50 86 95 93 91 100 35 1 -
2 51 86 96 95 91 102 53 51 5 5


S- 2 1
S 11 5
- 1 1 3 7 3 4 8 4 2 .
4 7 5 7 10 15 1 .6 -
- 5 7 14 13 19 9 10 15 6


- .- a a- 2 11 4
14 1 a - 95 120
1 252 510 474 535 573 727 595 564 190 21
.- 38 143 103 92 48 83 37 4 -
15 91 653 577 627 621 850 632 570 296 145


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UNIAADS OF GAPERUIT in 24 CITIS R= JULY 1941 T~J JULY 1942


BY ET MS E aM BY STAtES 0 o mRISJ (LODT'I*


state JULY U.CASEPT. I OC. oV.I OC. Jl 'B,. L S JU JTS
State I JULYI AUG.I6PT.1 OCT. NiOV.1 Bl!C. J.A.I M9 B.1 FMAj AER.jUAY I JUN Z ULY


QOlahlma CIty
Aris.
Calif.
Florida
Tar.


Total 1 3 9


SPhiladselhia
Ariz.
Calif.
Florida
Total
Temx
TM+A-l


17 6
27 2
44 8A


2- 4 5
.- 1 1
. .. 3 -
4 13 24 35 16 5
4 13 24 35 18 13 6


1 13 22
90 143 139 118 114 164 153 148 70 13
. 19 71 60 76 56 76 32 2 -
1 109 213 199 188 170 240 185 150 85 44


Ariz. 1 6 10 7
Calif. 16 6 1 1 10 20 7
Florida 1 33 17 11 21 21 44 65 60 11 -
Tex. .. 2 66 63 66 59 68 28 1 -
Sota -l 16 1 1 60 83 74 87 80 112 95 77 41 14


16 10 6

16 10 6
a a a


1 18 21 23 24 30 25 31 14 14
- 2 5 4 10 8 6 10 9 23
1 4 2 3 2 1
7 7 3 5 4 3 2 1 a a
9 31 29 34-40-43 33 42 23 38


. Louis
Ariz. 6 12 7
Calif. 12 7 6 3 23 13
lorida 1 2 7 3 22 47 6 -
2, 48 107 116 137 112 166 107 4 -
Total 12 7 6 49 107 116 139 119 169 129 60 41 2)


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Ariz. 6 12 5 11 14 23 27 18 27 13
Calif, 12 3 9 8 11 9 11 14 15 13 16 6
Total 12 3 9 6 20 16 20 25 37 42 31 43 18


St.a. ?en -
Ariz. .- 2 3 -
Calif. 1 1 1 2 -
Florida 2 3 -
sTax 6 13 20 16 21 23 8 -
otal .1 6 13 20 17 23 23 13 4 2 -

Ariz. 3 23 27 38 40 36 46 46 33 18
Calif. 28 14 12 2 2 4 8 9 4 5 15 6 19
Florida 1 1 1 1 -
Tex. 16 20 3 7 8 7 9 1 a
Total 28 14 12 21 45 34 54 58 .48 60 63 39 37

Calif. 3 2 . 1 4
Florida 3 7 9 3 15 16 17 20 6 -
Tex. a. a 8 10 5 5.5 6 .-
Total 3 2 11 -17 ,14 8 20 22 17 20 7 4
Note.. Unloads available on only 24 cities effective July 1, 1940. *Domestic receipts only.


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Ariz.
Calif.
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TMEADS OF FLORIDA TERIES= in 34 CITIES
NEM OCTOBER 1941 SBU MAY 1942
CARROTS


City


I OCT. OI M. I aMc. I JAY. I FB. I MA. I


Atlanta
Baltimore
Boston
Chicago
Cincinnati
Cleveland
Dallas
Denver
Detroit
Fort Worth
Kansas City
Los Angeles
Minneaolis
New Orleans
New York City
Oklabama City
Philadelphia
Pittsburgh
Portland, Ore. --- f#
St. Louis
St. Paul
San Francisco
Seattle -- #
Washington


AR, I MAY


- 1 -
.. .32 17 4
6 70 ...2 2
S 85 63 11 -
2 50 27 6 -
5 40 33 7 2
- -


46


8
4
274
84
61
14


1.


.
2
149
43
25
-
1


1


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.ei'tla, 3 cars Calif. unloaded in Decamber.






TUWIADS OF MIED CITBUS in 24 CITIES TBH JULY 1941 MBUE JULY 1942
BY Moms ASD BY STA s or OF IIN
cMaiTS


. JULI ArTsG. PT.I OCT v.I NO. I C.I JAN. EB.. MAR. APR.l MAY I JM JUI L


Atlanta
Ariz.
Calif.
Florida
Total
Baltimore


1'

1 -


- 16 19 10 5
1 16 19 10 R


1
2 4

2 5


Calif. 10 2 1 2 1 2
Florida 5 8 47 42 32 18 36 16 11 4

Total 15 2 1 9 9 42 32 19 3 16 12


Bost.

Florida
Tar -


Total 2


Chicago
Ariz.
Calif .
Florida
Tarc


Total


1 1 6 11 2 6
S4 11 51 117 101 130 52 37 22 1
4 1 51 118 10 36 63 39 8 1


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26 19 10

26 19 10


1 4 3 1 2 2
5 2 1 2 4 14 9 4 10 50
1 13 38 51 23 26 14 28 14 2
1 4 13 22 10 97 10 -
7 40 SO 78 37 137 33 33 26 54


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UNILDADS OF MIXED CITWJS in 24 CITIES 7M JULY 1941 T7S JULY 1942
BY MMNTS AID BY S A~EST10 O QIfG (CONT'D.)
CARROTS
.State J JULY i AUG.ISEPT. OCT, NOV.I DEC.I JAN.I FB.1 M AR.1 ..I MA Jl JULY
Cincizqqti
Ariz. 1 1
Calif 22 15 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 5
Florida 1 11 41 51 22 24 21 21 8
TOe .w - 1 4 -
Total 24 15 3 2 12 41 55 25 29 2 23 9. 6
Cleveland
Ariz. 2- - 1 .
Flor ia 5 11 32 16 13 14 7 4
Tex. 1 10 3 8 2 6 -
Total 6 2 3 3 16 16 41 18 19 14 7 5 7
Cal lasf

Tex 1 7 24 18 12 -
Ariz. -

Total 1 1 7 24 18 12 1 1


SFlori... : . .
Teif, 2 1 1 J -. 2
Total -1211 1 1 1 1- --

Siz. 2 6 4 1 1 -
Cali 7 11 4 1 1 -. 3 1 2 4
Florida 4 36 31 15 13 10 20 5 -
Te.X .. 3 4 10 4 2 .
Total 7 11 4 1 9 47 45 20 18 10 21 8 4
Port Worh

.Total_. 1 5 .1. -S.
Ar& % Cj%
Calif -
Florida .. .

Total - 2 1 1 -1
Los Ae1 1es
ria,. 1 -
Total.- --- 1 -

Calif. .- 1 3 2 1 1 -
Flori.da 1 6 -
Te. .. -... 6 8 2 3 4 10 - *
Total 1 9 8 3 3 6 10 6 1 1 -


NowrOlems
Callf.
Florida

Total
New York City'
Calif .
Florida


7 7 4 -

8 -7 -
8 7 4 -


130 87 18
14 -


3
1 6 9 11 6
- 1 -
4 7 9 11 6


1 4 2 2
77 253 410 336 307
A. -. -


2 1
6 14


2 1
6 -
- -


6 i1" 0 1l


6 32
232 220


21 99
91 6


. ... 1 8l a 18 a -_5 -6 0 5 1
Total 144 87 18 3 82 257 412 336 .309 238 252 112 105_
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UInOADS at 0Mz CT3S in 24 CITIES I M JoLY 1941 J JJtPLY 194I


BY ~flNIS IAND ~BY STTES or ~ORICIaE (CXONT'D ~


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CADrTS
State JUL .AtJG.ISEPT.1 OCT Sv.I IV. C.I C JAN.I MB. MEi l r AM.I Ma I 3J JULYI


Philadelphia


Calif. 37 16 7 8 1 1 1 10 8 22
Florida 8 36 148 232 175 157 105 72 21 6
Total 45 16 7 8 37 148 233 175 157 105 82 29 28
Pittsburh
Ariz. ..5 1
Calif, 8 6 4 1 1 1 5 3 4 6
Florida 15 37 55 21 32 23 14 6 -
Tem.- -. 2 3 2 1 1 -
Total 8 6 4 3 19 38 57 22 33 28 17 15 7
Portland, Ore.


i, 13 6 3 2 2 8 3 5 5 3.. 2 8
Total 13 6 3 12 2 8 3 5 2 5 3 2 8


St. Louis
Calif. 14 19
Florida -
TCT. .


7 1 1 4 2 3 2 5 5 20
- 7 13 4 2 2 10 5 -
- 1 1J 15 18 5 10 9 -


fotal 14 19 7 2 11 23 35 11 15 13 15 10 20

Calif. 3 5 5 1 1 1 2
Tax. 3 7 3 -
Total 3 5 5 4 7 3 6 2 2 1 1 2
San Francisco
Calif. 8 2
Total 2 -
Seattle
Calif. 7 5 5 1 1 1 2 1
florida 2 -
Total 7 5 5 2 1 1 2 1
Washingbon, .. C
Cal if. 3 2- 1 2 1
Florida .. 9 6 2 6 8 17 8 -
Total 3 2 1 9 6 2 6 8 17 10 1
Note- Unloads available on only 24 cities effective July 1, 1940.


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MSUCK RECEIPTS OF TAERIEl ES in 11. CITIES .JRC JULY 1941 TRRE JULY 1942
BY MDNIBS AND BY STATES OF ORIGIN
.APBROKIMA.E CAROiTS
State JULY AUG.LSEPT. OCT. NOV. DEC.I JAN. EiB.1 MAR. APR. MAY I JUNE JULY
Atlanta
Florida. 7 40 16 13 1 -
Total 7 40 16 13 1 -

Sspecified ... 1 -
Total .- 1 -
Chicago
Florida .. 2 19 6 5 1 -
Total .. 3 19 6 5 1 -
Kansas City
Florida -. I 1 1 -
Te. .. 1 5 -,
Total 1 6 1 -


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Ariz.
Cli1


. 2 -
- 1 64 56 29 32 8 -
, 11 64 31 32 8 2


New Orleans

Total 8 1 4 -
New York Cty
Florida -
Total -. 1 -
Pbiladelpbia
Florida .. 1 5 3 1 -
Total 1 5 3 1 -
St.Louis -
San Francisco
Calif. 3 14 5 2 1 -
Total 3 14 5 2 1 -


Washington
Florida
**Not specified
Total


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DISBh.UTI0N OF F1LWRIDA CITHJZS _(T2Lj. BOAT A UCK~ 1941_42 _S0_MN


When comparing the .1941-42 -distribution of Florida cityus with recent
years the most unusual development was the necessitated switch in the carrier haul rather
than the point of destination. In 1941-42, the railroads accounted for 4/5 of the total
volume shipped, or increased 20 percent over the previous season; while the boat movement-
decreased from around 20 percent to leas than 3 percent. Boats ceased to.handle citrus.
entirely during the latter part of the season and were used for more vital needs in war
transportation. During the 1940-41 season, an equivalent of 17,615 cars of oranges, grape-
fruit, tangerines and mixed cars moved by boat; but in 1941-42, there were less than
2,000 cars handled in this manner. The percentage of citrus shipped via truck changed the-
least but still there was a definite decrease and it was more apparent as the season ad-
vanced and additional restrictions were placed in the gas and rubber regulations.
Destinations were obtained on a total of 72,190 cars of Florida
citrus, or approximately 11,000 cars less than during the 1940-41 season, in accordance
with the lighter production. In the distribution of oranges, the railroads reported
34,874 cars, the boats 1,153 and trucks 9,307 cars for a grand total of 45,334. The grape-
fruit distribution via rail, boat and truck naounted to 12,816 cars, 514 cars and 2,3o5
cars respectively for a total of 15,685; while the number of cars in the distribution of
tangerines in the same order were 2,006, 147 and 815 for a total of 2 968. The mixed citrus
rail distribution equaled 8,200 cars and the boat 3 for a total of 8,203. In the combined
total, the rail distribution accounted for 57,896 cars, boat 1,817 and truck 12,477.
For the first time in a number of seasons, rail destinations-to the
Southeastern towns and cities increased materially. Points which had not received a car
of Florida citrus by rail in recent years again appeared in the commercial distribution.
North Carolina, for- instance, had only 19 towns tabulated as receiving 1 or more straight
cars of oranges in 1940-41- while in 1941-42, destinations to 32 cities and towns were re-
ported. In mixed citrus, the increase was even greater or 34 points in 1941-42 as against
16 the previous year. This does not indicate more Florida citrus to North Carolina points
however, but that the railroads supplied fruit previously handled by trucks. Tangerines,
again, showed little change in the proportionate distribution.
North Carolina truck receipts which slightly exceeded 1 million boxes
a year ago amounted to little more than 1/2 million during the 1941-42 season, and the total
truck volume instead of increasing as has been the trend in recent years declined materially.
Long distance truck haulings of citrus, in many instances, decreased very sharply. Arkansas,
for an example, received 88 cars of Florida oranges by truck last season and only 13 during
the 1941-42 season. Indiana received 267 cars as against 150 and Missouri 105 cars a year
ago compared to 47 in 1941-42. In grapefruit, Missouri received only 4 cars by truck duir-
ing the 1941-42 season in contrast to 38 the preceding year and Illinois 14 against 50. A
longer Texas grapefruit season in 1941-42, however, cut down Florida's volume to the Middlo-
west somewhat and most of Florida's grapefruit was destined to this region after Texas ship-
ments were over or at the time when the gas and rubber situations .were more acute than
earlier in the year.
In the complete tabulations of all citrus destinations, it is noted
that some inland markets which were largely supplied by the boat-rail hauls in 1940-41
did not show up as heavy in 1941-42. In some instances, these small points were s lied
from the larger receiving centers in the respective sections. Many new.towns made first
appearances during the 1941-42 season most of which either were Arny caps or Navy bases
or points adjacent to same. Army and Navy procurement were included in the ccrraercial
distribution tabulations.



In comparing the rail, boat and truck distribution with shipments, it should
be kept in nind 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 1,182 cars
of l.c.1 shipments consolidated into arlots via express. The passing through the Florida
gateways, Potooac Yard and Cincinnati (corrected by diversions at Savannah, Atlanta and
Cincinnati), 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
accarplished beyond Potcmac Yard and Cincinnati and those beyond the Florida gateways and
unloaded this side of Potomac Yard and Cincinnati were not reported.






21 -
DISTRIBUTIr OF FLRIDA CITRUS (RAIL & BOAT) 1941-43 SEASC


ORANGES


Andalusia 5
Anniston 34
Athens 1
Atmore 3
Bessemer 1
Bi:ingham 401
Clanton 3
Decatur 13
Demopolis 3
Dothan 17
Eutaw 1
Evergreen 1
Ft. Mc Clellan 10
Ft. Payne 3
Gadsden 17
Huntsville 13
Mobile 41
Montgonmry 95
Opol ka 4
Ozark 3
Petrqy 1
Selma 25
Sheffield 1
Sylacauga 1
Taladega 3
Troy 2
Tuscaloosa 13
York
Total
COIORADO
Denver
Total 1

Qa1CTICUT
Bridgeport 159
Hartford 432
New Britain 1
New Haven 185
New London 1
Norwalk 3
Norwichb 11
So, Norwalk 8
Wallingford 1
Waterbury



il gton 1/2

DIST OF COI D MBIA
Washington 3
Total 399


FLORIDA
Pensacola
Total


-i


MIL3 A(Cont'd.)
Atlanta 126
Augusta 29
Camp Gordon 1
Camp Wheeler 11
Columbus 112
Dalton 1
Dawson 1
Dublin 1
#Everett 1
Ft. Benning 41
Franklinton 10
Grovetoew 3
Kirkwood 2
La Grange 8
Macon 34
Milledgeville 4
Menlo 1
Oakland City 30
Ochillee 1
Rame 9
Swainsboro 1
Thomasville 12
Toccoa 1
Trion 1
West Point
Total 4

Bu-s 1
Carbondale 20
Champaign 6
Chicago 1,671
Danville 10
Decatur 12
#East St. Louis 2.
El Dorado 3
Flora 2
Peoria 23
Princeton 1
Rockford 4
Rock Island 4
Scott Field 1
Winnetka
Total 1

Anderson 2
Bedford 2
Evansville 91
Ft. Wayne 44
Gary 5
Hammond 1
Hamilton 1
Indianapolis 376
Kokomo 1
La Fayette 1i
Logansport
New Albany 3
Richmond 11
Seymour 8
South Bend 4
Terre Haute U
Total 473


ZOWA
Cedar Rapids
Davenport
Des boines
Dubuque
Iowa Talls
Sioux City
Waterloo
Total

7f.Riley
Total


Beattyville
Bowling Green
Campbellsville
Danville
East Bernstadt
Elizabethtown
Ft. Kn&c
Glasgow
Harlan
Harrodsburg
Hazard
Henderson
Jenkins
Lawrenceburg
Lebanon Jot.
Lexington
Louisville
Lothair
Maysville
Middlesboro
Murray
Newport
Owensboro
Paducah
Paintsville
Pineville
Richmond
Shelbville
Total
1OUISIANA
Alexandria
Baton Rouge
Hammond
Monroe
New Orleans
Total

Bangor
Portland
Waterville
Total

aimore
Cumberland


1
3
12
1
1
4
23


9
1
1
3
3
I
I
24
2
19
1
1
2
15
1
1
1
70
513
1
1
23
1
23
14
5
5
1
1



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23
1

421

1




1,594
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DISTRUIBUTIo Ofr RUM A CIIUS (=IL & BOAT)- 1941-42 SEASON


MATAND (Cont'd.)
FTI.Meade 4
Frederick 3
Hagerstown 3
Total 77,6


Ayer
Bedford
Boston,
Brockton
Camp Edward
Charlestown
Dorchester
Falmouth
Fitchburg
Ft. Devens
Lawrence
Lowell
Lym
NewbonCentre
No. Abington
No. Falmouth
Pittsfield
Revere
Somerset
Somerville
Springfield
Worceoster
Total
MICRIGAN
Battle Creek
Decatur
Detroit
Flint
Grand Bapids
Jacksn
Kalamazoo
Lansing
Saginaw
Total


Minneapolis
St. Peal
Total

Beizoni
Biloxi
Brooldbaven
Brooksville
Calhoun City
Cam Sahelby
Canton
Clarksdale
Columbus
Corinth


3
7
1
2,551
1
1
1
4
4
18
2
14
1
10
1
21
2
3
2
1
337
291



1
1
970
17
107
2
11
11
4
4



5
37



2
8
1
1
26
1
1
5
14


MISSISSPPI (Cont'd..)
Drew 6
Durant 1
Ft. Drew 1
Greenville 23
Greenwood. 7
Grenada 7
Hattiesburg 3
Hazelhurst 1
Houston 2
Jackson 104
Keesler Field 7
Kosciusko 1
Laurel 21
Lerington 1
Louisville 2
Meriaian 27
Natchez 2
New Albany 3
Oxford 1
Philadelphia 4
Ripley
Sherman 5
Starkville 1
Tchula 2
T.elo 35
ertown 1
Union 1
Utica 1
Vicksburg 10
West Point 1
Winona 1
Yazoo City
I'otal. 38
MISSOUR-I
Ft. Leonard Wood 3
Jefferson Barracds 5
Kansas City 28
St. Louis 286
Springfield


Linco 1
Omaha ,8




Lacoenia 2
ToItal

Ala Ciy 6 1/2
Camdea 11/2
Camp Edwards 1
Elizabeth 2
Ft. Dix 14
Hackensack 2
Hawthorne 2
Lincoln Park I
Linden 17


W i E(Cont'd.) 1/2
Newark 663
No. Hawthorne 9
Ocean City 1 1/2
Paterson 2
Rutherford 37
Trenton 17
Vineland 2
Waverly 317
Wildwood 1 1/2
Woodbury 1/2
Total 1,099

Albany 279
Bat 3
Bey Ridge 1
B-i mon 45
buffalo 276
Castile 1
Cortland 5
Elmira 44
Geneva 10
Hudson 1
Ithaca 1
Jamestown 3
Kingston 12
Liberty 5
Menands 24
Middletown 4
Newburgh 2
New York City 9,779
Niagara Falls 5
Norwich 20
Olean 9
Orangeburg 1
Plattsburg 1
Poughk epsie 2
Bocliester 208
Schenectady 33
Selkirk 3
Syracuse 192
Troy 1
Utica 30
Waterford 29
Watertown 6
Westfield
Total 1
RDI TCABROLINA
Asheville 43
Burlington 20
Camp Davis 5
Charlotte 204
Cherryville 1
Durham 14
Elizabeth City 1
Feyetteville 12
Ft. Bragg 41
Gastonia 8
Goldsboro 51
Greensboro 36







DISIRBUrICe Or a L CIKUS (B~AIL & BOA!E 1941-42 SUASM


aRaGES (MNTINU)


MET mcaBou (const
eavinlle 5
Hamlet 12
Henderson 2
Hendersonville 2
Hickory 7
Hollyridge 1
Kings Mountain 5
Kinston 8
Raleigh 127
Roc kyMount 23
Salisbury 2
Sanford 8
Shelby 2
Saithfield 1
Statesville 1
Tylorsville 1
Weldon 14
Wilmington 62
Wilson 1
Winston Salan
Total
OHIO
Akron 81
Ashtabula 1
Barnesville 4
Bellefontaine 9
Bowling Green 1
Canton 1
Cincinnati 1,168
Cleveland 770
Columbus 196
Dayton 65
Defiance 1
Fremont 10
Lorain 6
Massillon 4
Norwalk 1
Portanouth 25
Springfield 23
Steubenville 2
Toledo 140
Xenia 25
Youngstown 47
Total 2,-- M
0KLABEMR
Oklahoma City
Total 1


Total -


Allentown
Altoona
Bethlehem
Bristol
Chester
Cresson
Du Bois


Easton
Erie
Hanover
Harrisburg
Hazelton
Houtzdale
Huntingdon
Indiantown
Johnstown
Kane
Lancaster
Lebanon
Lewistown
Lock Haven
Media
Milton
New Castle
Norristown
Philadelphi
Phoenixvill
Pittsburgh
Pottstown
Quakartown
Reading
Richland.
Riverside
Scranton
Sunbury
Tamaqua
Uniontown
Upper Darb3
West Chest(
Wilkes Ban
Williamspo3
York
Total

Newport
Olneyville
Pawtucket
Providence
Total
SOUTH CABDLI1
Anderson
Belton
Camp Croft
Camp Jackse
Charleston
Chester
Columbia
Florence
Ft. Jacksoi
Greenville
Greenwood
Orangeburg
Spartanburl
eor
Walterboro
Total


(Cont'a.
5
28
3
1
1
Gap 1
58
1
9
8
2
1
2
8
4
2
La 4,204 1/2
Le 3
839
1/2
1/2
18 1/ 2
4
1/2
158 1/2
15
32
2
r 7
3r 1 1/2
:e 78
rt 4
1/2


3
61
28



8
1
5
on 2
88
21
30
25
n 30
46
20
10
g 2
3


Baxter
Bradford
Bristol
Brownsville
Camp Forrest
Chatanooga
Clarksville
Columbia
Cookeville
Crossville
Dyersburg
Fayetteville
Harriman
Humboldt
Jackson
Johnson City
Kingsport
Knoxville
Lebanon
Lexington
Martin
Mc Kenzie
Memphis
Morristown
Murfreesboro
Nashville
Newport
Paris
Pulaski
Ripley
Shelbyvillo
Trenton
Tullahoma
Total


1
1
5
1
79
11
1
1
1
5
5
1
1




3
2
5
39
2
304
2
2
1
1
2
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Dllas 25
Ft. Worth 1
Wichita Falls
Total 7

Bellows Falls 2
Burlington 6
Rutland 2
White River Jc _
Total 17

Accotink 3
Alberta 1
Alexandria 1
Appalachia 2
Blackstone 1
Bristol 5
Canp Lee 20
Danville 16
Ft. Belvoir 5
Ft. Defiance 1
Ft. Eustis 9
Hopewell 1
Lee Hall 4








.I.. T! O l k CIT .07 _O 1 14 S


IfRGINL (Conf'd.)
a. 16
Newport ews 14
Norfolk 107
Orange 1
Portsmouth 3
Pulaski 5
Eoanoke
Total


OAHGaES (CoNT2uII )


Bluef id 8.
Charleston 34
Clarksburg 4
Fainmont 13
Huntington 64
Mabscott 1
Morgantown 2
Mondmsville 3
Parkersburg 4
Princeton 8
'1heelin 8
White ulpmr SpgrS.
150


G.AND TOTAL ORANGES 1941-43 SEASON 36,027 Cars


# Diversion Points.


Avoleton
Ashlaend
Eau Claire
Green Bay
Madison
Milwaukee
Pacine
Wa~sasu
Total


11
1
1
2
7
127
1
3
19


arsatlsrfiIn~ a~ fl~aamn cr~o~rrs (IUIlLde BOAT)


1941-42 SEASON





-25 -
DISTRIBUTION'OF 1ELRIDA CIZRUS (BAIL & BOAT) 1941-42 SEASON


GRAP:ERUIT


Total:


Total Gov'.
All Ony&


l&ABAU JfRIDA (Cont'd)
Abbeville 1 1 Lake City 3
Andalusia 2 1 Live Oak 2
Anderson 1 Madison 4
Anniston 1 1 Marianna 6
#Biz ingam 84 1 Milton 3
S Camp Claiborne 1 Panama City 5
Chaom 1 1 Pensacola 7
Clayton 1 1 Quiny 3
Decatur 2 2 Tallabassee 5
Dothan 1 1 Total 48
Evergreen 2 2
Fayette 1 1 G GI
Florence 1 1 lbany 13
Frisco City 2 2 Athens 6
Gadsden 2 2 Atlanta 46
Greensboro 2 2 Augusta 7
Huntsville 1 1 Blue .idge 3
Jasper 1 1 Brunswick 3
Luverne 2 2 Camp Wheeler 1
Mobile 2 2 Carrollton 4
Montgomery 14 3 Columbus 11
Opelika 2 2 Cordele 3
Scottsboro 2 2 Cuthbert 3
Selma 1 Dalton 4
Talladega 2 2 Decatur 4
Troy 1 1 TDublin 4
Tuscaloosa 3 2 #Everett 1
Tuscumbia 1 1 Fitzgerald 12
Tuskegee 1 1 Ft. Benning 22
WetuTap 1- a Gainesville 9
ota 41 Grovetown 1
Hartwell 3
CII Iawkinsville 5
Denver 5 Jesup 1
Total 5 La Grange 8
Lawrenceville 3
CONNCTICUT Ludowici 1
Bridgeport 65 Lyons 4
Hartford 115 Macon 18
New Haven 55 Marietta 16
So. Norwalk 1 Milledgeville 7
Wallingford 12 12 Monroe 4
Waterbury 3 Moultrie 1
Total -"- TNewnran 2
Oakland City 5
DEA7ARE f#Savannah 8
Dover 1/2 Swainsboro 4
Wilmington Summerville 4
Total 7 1/2 A Thomasville 5
Thomson 4.
DST. OF COLBIA Tifton 3
Wa s ton --M Toccoa 4
Tol 12 14 Valdosta 8
#faycross 7
bOIDAche aynesboro _
Chattahoochee 2 2 Total


Chipley 3
Crestview 1
De niak SFrings 4


3
1 IILINOIS
4 Aledo


Total Gl Gv't.
All Only


IILINOIS (Cont'd)
3 Beaxdstown
2 Benton
4 Bloomington
6 Bridgeport
3 Cairo
5 Carbondale
6 Carthage
3 Centralia
a Champaign
S Chicago 4
Danville
Decatur
.3 ,pu Quoin
6 FEast St. Louis
.3 Edwardsville
6 Eldorado
3 Elgin
3 Freeport
Galesburg
4 Gillespie
8 Hillsboro
3 Joliet
3 Kaskakee
4 Kewanee
4 La Salle
4 Lincoln
- Macomb
L2 Marion
- Mattoon
9 Mounds
- Mt. Carmel
3 Mt. Vernon
5 Murphysboro
1 North Chicago
8 Pekin
3 Peoria
1 Pittsfield
4 Rockford
12 Rock Island
L6 Scott Field
7 Springfield
4 Sterling
1 Taylorsville
2 Tuscola
S Urbana
8 Total B


4 IDIANA
3 Anderson
4 Bedford
3 Columbus
4 Evansville
8 Ft. Wayne
7 Hammond
I Indianapolis
.0 Kokomo
La Fayette
Logansport
1 New Albany


2
5
2
3
1
1
1
2
6
19
1
5
1
3
5
5
2
1
2
4
1
4
1
1
4
1
2
4
3
3
1
2
2
2
5
3
3
5
1
1
4








6
1
14


1

3
3
4
6
23
14
99
3
2
2
2


2
5
2
3


2
3



1
1


2

24





4
3



1




1
4
1
2
5
5
2
1
1







3
4
1
4
1
1
4
1








2
4
3

3
1
2
2
2
4
3
3

- 4
1
1




3
3
5
14
3
-3
2
2






S26 -
DISmIIBUIOID OF FIRIDA. CI;IS t-RA- L & BOAT) 1941-42 SEAStr


Toti. f Tt )


s nCont'd) 1
New Castle, 1
North Vernon 1
Petersburg 1
Richnmoad 3
Rocklort 2
Sullivan 1
Terre Haute 16
Vincennes
Total -1i

Centerville 1
Charles City 1
Clarinda 1
Davenport 1
Decorah 1
Des Moines 7
Dubugue 3
antburg 1
Grinnell 1
Le Mars 1
Logan 1
Sioux City 2
Waterloo
Total 22


Total 1

Barbourville 1
Bardstown 2
Beattyville 1
Bowling Green 2
Carrollton 2
Catlettsburg 2
Central City 2
Corbin 2
Danville 6
Ft. Knox 17
Frankfort 2
Glasgow 3
Harlan 2
Hazard 3
Henderson 3
Hopkinsville 3
Jackson 3
Lebanon 2
Leitchfield 2
Lexington 16
Livenmore 2
London 2'
Louisa 1
Louisville 68
Manchester 1
Mayfield 4
Maysville 1
Moirehead 3


e1 1 dSI.(Con 2 SETTS (Cont'd)
1 Morg ield 2 2 Hyannis 3
1 Mt. Sterling 1 1 Lawrence 6
1 Newport 2 2 Lee 2
2 Owensboro 1 1 Lowell 4
3 Painteville 2 2 Marlboro 5'
1 Paris 1 1 Milford 3
7 Pikeville 4 4 New Bedford 3
S Pineville 2 2 Newburyort 3
Prestonburg 3 3 No. Abangton 4
Princeton 2 2 Northampton 4
Richmond 2 2 No. Falmouth 2
1 Royalton 2 Pittsfield 3
1 Russell Plmouth 1
1 Russellville 1 1 Quncy 3
Scmerset 3 3 Salem a
1 Whitesburg 2 2 Somerville 85
1 Whitley 2 2 Springfield 82
1 Winchester Taunton 4
1 Total 9 Waltham 3
1 Ware 2
1 IUISIAA Wat a 1
1 Alexandria 10 W. Sringfield 1
Baton Bouge 1 Worcester 11
Camp Polk 2 Total 1,170
-1 New Orleans
Total 20 MIGHIGAN
AdriEan 5
MAg tAlnma 3
Bagor 3 2 battlee Creek 4
Gr2iner 2 Bay Cit 6
Portland 23 Benton arbor 3
1 Van Buren 2 Bessemer 2
2 Total 29 5 Big Rapids 2
1 Cheboan 4
2 MRAIMD Detrom 387
2 Baltimore 481 9 Flint 3
2 Cumberland 23 Gladstone 3
2 Ft. Meade 1 Grand Rapids 40
2 Frederick 1/2 Hancock 3
2 Hagerstown a Hartford 2
Total 51/2 lonia 2
2 Iron Mountain 4
3 MASCUSES Jackson 7
S Abington Kalamazoo 12
3 Armory 3 2 Lapeor 2
2 Athol 2 2 Ludington 1
3 Ayer 2 1 Manistee 1
3 Boston 897 11 Monroe 5
2 Brockton 5 5 Muskogon 7
2 Cambride 2 Owosso 3
4 Charlestown 2 Pontiac 4
2 East Cambridge 1 Port Huron 3
2 Clifton 1 Saginaw 1
1 Falmouth 2 Sault -Ste.Marie 2
3 Fitchburg 6 4 Traverse City 2
1 Ft. Devens 2 Urania
4 Gloucester 3 3 Total
1 Greenfield 1 1
3 Haverhill 3 2


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









3
s
4




6
3
2
1


4
6
3




2
3


2
1
4
6
1
3
2







5
3
2
4


3
2
1
1
5
5
3 *
3
2

..BS







DISMlIBUTION OF nR CI Sp (RAIL & BOAT 1941.42 SlSOIS


GRAPErUIT (CONTINUED


Total Tota G'. Total Gov't.
All Cars All Cars All Cars


Ada
Bemidji
Benson
Brainerd
Detroit Lakes
Duluth
Elbow Lake
Faribault
Glencoe
Hoplkins
Little Falls
Mankato
Marshall
Milaca
Minneapolis
Rochester
St. Cloud
St. James
St. Paul
Walker
Warren
Total
MISSISSIFPI
Ackerman
Batesville
Belzoni
Biloxi
Booneville
Brandon
Brookhaven
Carrollton
Can Shelby
Carthage
Charleston
Cleveland
Collins
Colunbus
Ellisville
Forest
Fulton
Gloster
Greenville
Greenwood
Grenada
Gulfport
Hazelhurst
Hernando
Holly Springs
Iulka
Jackson
Keesler Field
Kosciusko
Laurel
Leakesville
Lexington
Macon
Mo Camb


1
1
1
1
1
2'
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
2
3

24
3
2
1
1
3





1
3
3
1
12
2
1
3
1
18
1
1


3
2
1
1
1
3

2

4
3
3
1
1


2
3


1
9
9
1
1
2
1
1
3


1 MSSISPI (Cont'd)
1 Meridian 4
1 Mize 2
1 Natchez 1
1 New Albary 2
2 Philadelphia 1
1 Prentiss 1
1 Rolling Fork 1
1 Senatobia 1
1 Shelby 1
1 Starkville 2
Trenton 1
1 Tupelo 6
1 i TAlertown 1
1 Vicksburg 2
1 Waynesboro 1
1 West Point 3
1 Woodville 1
3 Yazoo City
1 Total 73
--2 MISSOURI
Carthage 3
Dexter 9
3 Ft.Leonard Wood 3
3 Hannibal 2
1 Jefferson Baracks 1
S Jefferson City 6
8 Kansas City 13
1 Moberly 5
2 St. Joseph 3
1 St. Louis 73
Springfield 5
1 Total 123
1
1 1
1 BIngs 1
1 Butte 2
3 Great Falls
2 Total
1
1 A
1 Omaha .
1 Total 1
4
23 EW HAMPSIRE
3 Laconia
1 Manchester
1 Total
2
1 EW JERSEY
7 Atlantic City 8 1/2
Canden 1/2
1 Elizabeth 7
S Ft. Dix 9
3 Hackensack 2
1 Jersey City 7
1 Linden 18
2 Netcong 4


3a JSEY (Cont 1)
2 Newark 270 1
3 Paterson 10 8
2 Perth Aiboy 5 5
1 Pitman 8 8
2 Rutherford 13
1 Trenton 11 1/2 6
1 Waverly 14
1 Total 1/2 1 3
1
2 bany 132 24
1 By id 1
6 B'n n 13 10
1 Brentwood 3 3
1 Buffalo 151 4
1 Central Islip 3 3
3 Eastview 2 2
1 Elmira 7
Freeporb 2 2
S Geneva 13
Gilbert 2 2
Green Island 3 -
3 Jamestown i -
9 Kings Park 3 3
Kinston 5 2
2 Maias Jct. 2 2
S Menands 26
6 Middlotown 1 1
2 Mt. Vernon 3 2
4 Newburgh 3 1
3 NoYork City 4,324 33
6 New Platz 2 2
N iagara Falls 2 -
Norwich 2
Oloan 5
Orangeburgh 2 2
P oukeesie 3 3
Ro ester 93 5
ouses Point 1 -
Schenectady 7 -
Selkirk 1
Suffern 2 2
. Syracuse 71 7
Troy 6
Utica 12 3
Watertown 6 3
Windae 1 1
Sa 2 2
2 Yonkers
Total 4-3
7 MT P
Asheville 13 7
7 Bryson City 4 4
Burlington 1 -
Charlotte 82 14
7 Durham 2 -
Fayetteville 2
4 Ft. Bragg 21






28 -

F O TIDRIDA CITPUS (RAIL & BOAT) 1941-42 SatSON


cAPEEIJIT (cOCITnUD)


Total .


IRom CAWDLIVA (Cont'd.)
Goldsboro 3
Greensboro 1
ieamlet 4
Hendersonville 1
Hollyridge 1
Lumberton 11
New Bern 8
No. Wilkesboro 4
Raleigh 39
Wilmington 8
Windsor 15
Winston Salema
Total
NORTH DATA
Bismarck 2
Dickinson 2
Devils Lake 2
Ellendale 1
Fargo 4
Grand Forks 2
Jamestown 4
Mandan 2
Minot 5
Valley City
Total 26

Alron 25
Athens 9
Barnesvillo 4
Bollofontaine 2
Bowling Green 1
Canton 13
Chillicothe 2
Cincinnati 259
Cleveland 214
Columbus 72
Dayton 20
Framont 10
Gallipolis 1
Hillsboro 1
Maxion 2
New Lexington 1
Pomoroy 1
Portsmouth 11
St. Clairsville 2
Springfield 5
Tledo 46
Warren 2
Xcnia 5
Youngstown 28
Zanosvillo 6
Total -


Tulsa __
Total 7


1



11
8
4
16

15



2
2
2
1
4
2
3
2
4
--a


or tal
Total


PeRoSITVANI.
Allentown
Altoona
Bethlehem
Cresson
Du Bois
Easton
Erie
Frankford
Harrisburg
Indiantown Gep,
Johnstown
Lancaster
Lock Haven
Mc Keesport
Meadville
Milroy
Milton
Norristown
Petersburg
Philadelplha 1
Pittsburgh
Pottsville
Reading
Scranton
Sharon
So. Will3amsport
Sunbury
Tamaqua
Uniontown
Upper Darby
Warren
Wilkes Barre
York
Total 1
BHODE ISLA3=
Olneyville
Pawtucket
Providence
Total


4
45
4 1/2
1
4
1
3
3
8 1/2
5
31
1/2
1
2
2
1
2
2
1
.,189 1/2
259
5
3
59 1/2
2
4
1
2
1
3


1
24



17
3
79
-0


SOQUX CAFBLIM
Ft. Jackson
- Georgetown
Greenville
Greenwood
- Lancaster
8 Manning
- Orangeburg
S Rock Hill
4 St. Matthews
- Spartanburg
- Sumter
Walterboro
3 Total


2

1
11
9
5


4




9
-3S


1/2


10 SOUTH CABOLINa
2 Aiken
Anderson
7 Bennettsvillo
2 Bishopville
1 Camden
S Camp Croft
6 Charleston
80 Chester
Columbia
Conway
S Dillon
Fairfax
F- Wlorence


(Cont'da
23
7
10
13
2
2
7
4
2
17
6


SOUTQ= D TA
Aberdeen 3
Huron 2
Mitchell 2
Mobridge 2
Pierre 2
Rapid City 3
Sioux Falls 3
Watertown 3
Winner ._2
Total

Bristol 2
Brownsville 5
Camp Forrest 6
Chattanooga 21
Cookovillo 12
Copporhill 1
Fayetteville 10
Jackson 17
Johnson City 13
Knoxville 32
Memphis 22
Morristown 7
Nashville 66
Trenton 5
Tullahoma 3
Total 22

Dallas 5
Ft. Worth 9
View -1
Total 15

UTAH
Salt Lake City_4
Total 4
XMNT
urlinon 2
Montpolier 7
total 9


To taVL


Tot Gov'.


DISTMUTTOXQIP IFTMII C ITP,[Tq (PAIL & BOAT) 1941-42 .~ --


N OITUBIRTSID


6
4
12
2
2
6
4
2
14
6



3
2
2
2
2
3
2
2




5
13
12
10
16
13
21

26
5
-S






29-

DISTIBUTIOC OF FLOBIDA CITRS (RAUIL & BOAT) 1941-42 SEASON


MAPEF~IT (CONTINED)


8TotSa


Abington 5 5
Alexandria 3 3
Big Stone Gep 3 3
Camp Lee 17
Charlottesville 4 4
lDanville 5 3
Ft. Dofiance 1
Fredericksburg 3 2
;ynchlurg 6 6
se6'wort News 1 -
Noriolk 30 3
Potersburg 6 6
Pulaski 4 3
jichmond 9 9
Boanoko 27 5
Staunton -
Total 8


WASENSTON
Total
WEST VIRGMIN
Beckley
Charleston
Clarksburg
Danville
Elkins
Fairmont
Huntington
Kingwood.
Logan
Mabscott
Morgantovwn
Moundsvillo
New Martinsvi lie
Oak Hill
Parker sburg
Princoton


WEST VIRGIA
Richwood
Ramney
Ronceverte
Welch
3 Wheeling
20 Williamson
5 Total


1
1
1
4
1
3
1
1
1
1
4
1


Ap-pleton
Ashland
Eau Claire
Fond du Lac
Green Bay
Hayward
Madison
Menominoo
Milwaukoe
Rhinelander
Wansau
Total


(Cont'd)
9
3
1

3


3

4
4
7
8
2
31
4


GRAND TOTAL GRAPEERIT 1941-42 SEASON 13,330 Cars.
Gov't. 1,799 "


# Diversion Points.


1
5
3
1
3




2
5
4
2
7
6
2
6
4
-&





S30 -
DI'SmIBUTION OrF nORIDA CImUS (BAIL & BOAT I94142 SEASN


,.ston
Total


Hartford
New Haven
Norwalk
Total


Atlanta,
#Everett
Oakland City
Total
ILLInOIS
Chicago
Danville
#East St. Louis
Total

ayne
Indianapolis
Laa Fyette
Total


1


9
19
4
--A


Gmand Bapids
Total

Tolis
St. Paul
Total


-4


St. Louis
Total


Total 3


1
2
-4

143
1



1
6
-i


Louisville
Total
IDUISI.ANA
New Orleans _
Total 5

Portland
Total 2

Tta -ore --55
Total 55


MEgSCRaSETMS
Boston
Somervillo
Springfi ld
Total


147
2
--,a


NEW..JERSE
Newark
Trenton
Waverly
Total


NEW YORK
Albany
Buffalo
Elmira
Now York City
Rochester
Schenectady
Syracuse
Utica
Total


Fayotteville
Goldsboro
Ealoigh
Wilmington
Winston Salon
Total

AMron
Barnesville
Bellefontaine
Canton
Cincinnati
Cleveland
Columbus
Portsmouth


.4


9
32
1
826
5
1
3
87S

4
1
2
3




-A
1

1
1

85
88
8
1


OIO(Contld.)
Youngstown
Total

3ortland
Total


Bethlehem
Johnstown
Philadelphia
Pittsburh
Scranton
Sharon
Uniontown
.. Total

'* Province
Total

Chattanooga
Memphis
Nashville
Total

Z-allas
Total

Norfolk
Total
WASHINGTON
Seltle
Total
EST VIRGINIU
Charleston
Huntington
Parkersburg
wheeling
Total

!Ilotano
Total


BAND TOTAL TUANIINES 1941-42 SEASON


6
155i


1
1/2
2
241
161
6
1
-Z3 1/2


2
4
-7


1
1
1


4
4
7?


DIST. OF C mIA
Wahiton ..
Ttal 5


- 2,153 Cars






31 -
DISTRBUTION OF FLORIRDA CIT~JS ( &AIL & BOAT) 1941.42 SEASON

IglXD CIUJS


ECfrtville
Andalusia
Anniston
Atmore
Attalla
Bes ener
#irminghbam
Brewnvon
Decatur
Denopolis
Dothan
Eufaula
Florence
Ft. Mc Clellan
Gadsden
Greensboro
Huntsville
Jasper
Mobile
Montgomery
Selma
Sheffield
Sylacauga
Talladega
Troy
Tuscaloosa
Tuskegee
Total

Helena
Little Rock
Total

Denver
Total
4 c i
Bridgcport
East Hartford
Hartford
New Haven
New London
Norwich
South Norwalk
Wallingford
Waterbury
Total


Total


Lake City
Panama irty
Pensacola
Total


1
4
19
1
1
1
198
1
20
1
8
1
3
4
15
1
6
2
37
84
8
7
5
3
6
5




-4


1


8
2
36
18
3
6
1

1

i.


AlDany
Americus
Athens
Atlanta
Augusta
Camp Gordon
Camp Wheeler
Colrmbus
Cordele
Dalton
Dawson
Dublin
Ft. Benning
Franklinton
Gainesville
Greensboro
Griffin
Grovetomw
La Grange
Macon
Marietta
Milledgeville
Moultrie
Newnan
Oaanad City
Rome
Statesboro
Thomasville
Trion
Valdosta
Walthourville
West Point
Total
ILLINOIS
Bloomington
Carbondale
Champaign
Chicago
Danville
Decatur
Rockford
Rock Island
Waukegan
Winnetka
Total

Evansville
Ft. Wayne
Indianapolis
La Fayette
Richmond
South Bend
Terre Haute
Total

Des Moines
Total


4


SA onta'.)
Total


3
1
1
56
23
9
6
31
1
4
1
1
6
10
1
1
1
8
22
14
1
1
1
1
22
5
2
9
1
1
1



1
7
3
195
1
4
3
1


10

10
14
25
1
3
-1


Fti iley


Danville
Ft. Knox
Harlan
Hazard
Henderson
Loxington
Louisville
Murray
Newport
Nicholasville
Owensboro
Paintsville
Total

Alexandria.
Baton Rouge
New Orleans
Total

MA;QE
Portland
Wiscasset
Total

Baltimore
Cuaberland
Ft. Meade
Hagerstown
Total
MASSACQUSETTS
Boston
Brockton
Camp Edward
Charlestown
Clinton
Ft. Devens
Fitchburg
Lawrence
Lynn
No. Abingon
Pittsfield
Revere
Somerville
Springfield
Worcester
Total

Battle Creek
Detroit
Flint
Grand Rapids
Kalamazoo


5
1
8
7
5
4
21
43
7
1
1
3
--.A
110

3
4
-5





209
8
7
---A

2
516
2
1
2
1
1


1
1



1
6
13
72



2
126
19
14
3


DIST. OF COLUMBIA
Washington 52
Total





32 -
DISTRIBUTION OF ILORIDA CI IUS (RAIL & BOAT)


1MTfl CITRUS (CONTDtzED)


Duluth
Minneapolis
Rochester
Total
MT sissnPI
Camp Shelby
Canton
Biloxi
Columbus
Corinth
Drew
Greenville
Greenwood
Grenada
Hattiesburg
Jackson
Keesler Field
Laurel
Leland
Meridian
New Albary
Philadelphia
Tupelo
Vicksburg
West Point
Yazoo City
Total

Camp Crowder
Hannibal
Jefferson City
Kansas City
St. Louis
Total

Helena
Total


Total

Elizabeth
Ft. Dix
Hackensack
Hawthorne
Jersey City
Kearqy
Linden
Newark
Perth Amiboy
Rutherford
Trenton
Waverly
Total


cMI= (Cont'C.)
Total '7


3
9
--.T


1
9
4
1
1
11
1

18
1
13
1
23
1
1
1
2


1
1

2I
1
2
6
Ba


Binghamton
Buffalo
Castile
Cortland
Elmira
Harlan River
Ithaca
Jamestown
Kingston
Maspeth
Meaands
New York City
Niagara Fells
Norwich
Olean
Plattsburg
Rochester
Schenoctady
Syracuse
Troy
Utica
Watertown
Westfield
Total


Asheville 52
Burlington 11
Caemp LDvis 7
Charlotte 55
Durham 11
Enfield 1
Elizabeth City 8
Fayetteville 7
Ft. Bragg 4
Gastonia 7
Goldsboro 13
Greensboro 14
Greenvillo 1
Hendorson 2
Hendersonville 10
Hickory 4
High Point 1
Hollyridge 7
Kings Mountain 5
Kinston 3
Laurinburg 1
Madison 1
Monroe 1
Mt. Airy 1
Raleigh 36
Rockingham 1
Rocky Mount 15
Rutherfordton 1
Salisbury 2
Sanford 7
Shelby 1
Weldan 12
Wilmington 30
Winston Saleam
Total -


1
11
2
1
2
1
1
34

4


S1ron
Ashtabulae
Barnesville
Bellefontaine
Canton
Cincinnati
Cleveland
Columbus
Dayton
Lorain
Portsmouth
Steubenville
Toledo
Wooster
Xenia
Youngstown
Zanesville
Total


53
16
92
2
5
11
14
1
5
6
5
5
1,908
4
4
10
3
37
.20
6
4
5
8
T24?2


9= 16
Providence
Total 40

Aiken. 1
Anderson 7
Bennettsville 1
Caqp Croft 18
Camp Jackson 1


_?_______ __~ __ ~ ___ __ m._.. 2


1941-42 SEASON


PENNSYTVANIA
Allentown
Altoona
Chambersburg
Du Bois
Erie
Harrisburg
Hazelton
Indiantown Gap
Johnstown
Lancaster
Lebanon
Lewistown
Lock Haven
Milton
New Castle
Norristown
Philadelphia
Pittsburgh
Reading
Richland
Scranton
Sharon
State College
Tamaqua,
Uniontown
Warren
Wilkes Barre
Williamsport
York
Total


25
6
6
2
4
200
96
43
17
6
8
3
21
3
6




2
16
1
9
15
1I
2
3.
6
6
9
5
3
9
1
1
943
199
12
3
10
1
2
5
1
1
9
4

,S96







DISIRIBUTION OF FLRRIDA CIT JS (RAIL & BOAT) 1941-42 SEASON


SOUTg CAROLNA (Cont'dl.)
Charleston 51
Chester 9
Colunbia 31
Conway 1
Dillon 1
#Florence 12
Ft. Jackson 4
Georgetown 1
Greenville 59
Greenwood 14
Johns Island 1
Kingstree 1
IMarion 1
Moncks Corner 3
fullins 1
Orangeburg 2
Spartanbu~rg 22
Sunter 8
Walterboro
Total

r ist o 37
Bull's Gap 1
Chattanooga 72
Clarksville 2
Crossville 1
Fayetteville 5
Harriman 8
Jackson 9
Johnson City 11
Kingsport 6
Knoxvlle 104


MIXED CITUJS (CONTIfTJED

TDNETSSIE (Cont'd)
Leoanon 8
Me Kenzie 1
Mo Minoville 1
Memphis 95
Morristown 28
Murfreesboro 1
Nashville 178
Pulaski 2
Tullaham 1
Waverly P
Total


urlington
Rutland
White River
Total


Roanoke 3
Total 10
WASHINGP0N
Seattle
Total
WEST VIR2I=IA
Bluefield 25
Charleston 56
Clarksburg 3
Faimnont 21
Huntington 51
Kenova 1
Logan 1
Mabscott 2
Morgantown 2
Moundsville 1
Mullens 1
Princeton 6
Ronceverte 1
Wheeling .
Total


5
6
Jot_ 3
"-7-4


Acootink
Alexa-ndria
Appalachia
Bristol
Charlottesville
Danville
Ft. Belvcir
Ft. Eustis
Lee Hall
Lynchbburg
Newport ews
*No rolk
Orange


WISO0NSIN
Appleton
Ahland
Eau Claire
La Crosse
Madison
Milwaukee
Total


1
3
6
2
4
A4


# Diversion Points




GRAND TOTAL MIXED CITRUS 1941-42 SEASON 8,203 Cars








Note- In the interest of national & homisphoro dofonso, the publication of all data
relating to Unitod States exports and imports has boon discontinued.







BOAT DESTIZAIOS, TI TODA CAITJS. 1941-42 SEASO
Oct. 1. 1941 to JMne 29. 1942, Inclusive
(Ca-Plobs on basis 400 boxes oer ce r
'Destimations ORANGES GRAEPE'RUIT TANGERINES MIXED CITRUS
Coas CA Cars Car
COMNTECTIC~T
Haxtford. 2 -
New Haven

Dover 3 1/2 -/ -
Witnington 1/2 -
2 1/ --1
Sashington ..l..17J1 1 -

New Orleans 117

MARYELAD
Baltiroore 59 30 4
'rederick _1- --1/

Boston -66 .. --

Atlantic City 6 1/2 1 1/2
Caden 1 12 1/ -
Millville 1/2 -
Ocean City 1 1/2 -
Trenton 13 5 1/2 1
Vineland 2 -
Wildwood 1 1/2 -
Woodbu y 1/2 1 --

Now ork City 5S 2l 3

Alentown 3 112 1 1/2
Bethlehem 9 1/2 4 1/2 1/2
Bristol 1/2 -
Chester 4 1/2 -
Easton 2 1/2
Hanover 1/24 -
Barrisburg 4 2 1/2
Lancaster 3- 1/2
Media 2 "
Philadelphia 192 1/2 63 i/2 19
Phoenixville 3 -
Pottstown 1/2 -
Quakortown -1/2 --
eadins 81/2 2 -
Riverside 1/2
Scranton 3 1/2 8 1/2 1
poeser Darby 7 S -
W Cst Cester 1 1/2 -
Yorok 1/2 1/2 1/2

8o e9/ ---9 1/2 -


1 s 51 n


--I


147 cars 3 cars


1,153 cars 514 cars





35 -
BBCAPITULATION OF DISTRIION ON (BAIL & BOAT). FOBIDA. ORANGES
BY STATES PAST 7 SESONS

States 1941-42 1940-41 1939-40 1938-39 -1937-38 1936-37 1935-36
ars CCars Cars Cars Cars Cars Cas

Alabama 703 593 552 627 579 441 354
Arkansas -2 28 4 64 21 17
Colorado 1 1 4 2
Connecticut 838 894 859 1,250 985 794 748
Delaware 15 31 2 9 5 3 10
Dist. of Columbia 399 418 391 259 171 182 111
Florida 4t 12 5) -f -t
Georgia 444* 305* 380* 479* 528* 476* 387*
Illinois 1,760 2,090 2,113 3,149 2,394 1,613 1,326
Indiana 473 401 437 711 470 371 277
Iowa 23 75 105 120 68 96 57
Kansas 1 3 15 5 12 11 6
Kentucky 723 708 623 750 558 425 315
Louisiana 421 535 480 721 653 385 493
Maine 68 98 63 94 49 20 52
Maryland 1,609 1,134 1,110 1,470 1,019 1,037 868
Massachusetts 3,304 3,829 3,603 5,060 4,051 3,280 2,806
Michigan 1,129 1,119 1,087 1,534 1,180 854 560
Minnesota 45 84 199 157 48 101 31
Mississippi 360 362 395 269 380 167 109
Missouri 324 420 423 609 453 362 308
Montana 1 -
Nebraska 9 16 34 34 20 25 24
New Hampshire 3 11 19 9 23 3 7
New Jersey 1,099 1,091 1,057 1,205 816 333 293
New York 11,036 12,065 10,293 15,261 12,968 11,064 9,535
North Carolina 736 333 447 616 654 614 414
North Dakota 7 2 1 1 -
Ohio 2,587 2,653 2,411 3,589 2,840 2,025 1,650
Oklahoma 1 9 51 15 34 8 3
Oregon 1 1 2 1 2
Pennsylvania 5,620 5,689 4,335 6,656 5,571 4,672 3,807
Bhode Island 413 405 479 602 409 202 205
South Carolina 315 246 218 316 344 167 93
South Dakota 4 2 -
Tennessee 956 1,085 890 1,071 959 797 584
Texas 27 11 1 20 74 29 20
Vermont 17 16 24 42 26 14 7
Virginia 261@* 601* 84@ 1650 659' 88V' 1409'
West Virginia 150 94 124 148 143 63 82
Wisconsin 153 169 206 284 212 148 107

Canada, not included.


TOTAL 36,027 37,055 33,571 47,315 38,833 30,899 25,810
S- Jacksonville not included. Petersburg, not included.
Does not include Savannah. (P- Does not include Petersburg & Ricnhond.





36 -
RECAPIITLATION OF DISTRIBUTION (RAIL & BOAT), F IDIA .GRAPISF IT
BY STATE S PAST 7 SEASONS


States 1941-42 1940-41 1939-40 1938-39 1937-38 1936-37 1935-36
.cCass Cars Cars Cars Car s

Alabama 140 193 47 163 94 208 73
Arkansas 37 3 13 8
Colorado 5 1 8 30 15
Connecticut 251 249 231 396 297 327 302
Delaware 7j 115 3 2 14 4
Dist. of Columbia 102 152 154 192 170 252 132
Florida 48t 72t -1 131 -4 2t 2t
Georgia 285* 179* 31* 156* 126* 286* 80*
Idaho 1 2 -
Illinois 532 810 295 773 521 709 732
Indiana 191 165 31 224 50 156 89
Iowa 22 47 24 93 52 89 49
Kansas 1 2 3 9 24 18
Kentucky 193 183 75 217 89 331 135
Louisiana 40 66 37 230 118 148 125
Maine 29 32 16 66 10 30 10
Maryland. 4852 450k 412 637 410 601 397
Massachusetts 1,170 1,623 988 1,984 1,184 1,964 1,049
Michigan 525 804 291 800 375 694 483
Minnesota 50 148 32 144 91 139 108
Mississippi 134 19 1 60 2 50 2
Missouri 123 134 54 198 102 223 243
Montana 5 9 3 6 19 5
Nebraska 1 7 22 25 44 19
Nevada 1 -
New Hampshire 4 22 2 18 1 20 2
New Jersey 513 4471 211 584 235 350 42
New York 4,920 6,245 4,966 7,922 5,833 7,677 4,930
North Carolina 233 160 49 305 118 303 88
North Dakota 26 1 4 9 4
Ohio 742 1,222 521 1,421 789 1,360 957
Oklahoma 7 2 2 10 9 34 21
Oregon 13 21 11 20 12 51 15
Pennsylvania 1,6792 2,341 1,484 2,806 1,915 2,804 1,791
Rhode Island 99 134 120 169 100 83 50
South Carolina 178 132 12 94 27 66 16
South Dakota 22 1 1 3 7 6
Tennessee 222 205 98 215 172 387 195
Texas 15 2 4 10 34 18
Utah 4 1 2 7 7 16 10
Vermont 9 17 14 3 5 -
Virginia 128@ 76&4 14 8E@ 9 64s 61@*
Washington 5 23 6 10 17 56 30
West Virginia 96 1511 4 59 27 71 17
Wisconsin 74 146 21 77 41 64 81
Wyoming 3 -
Canada, not included.

TOTAL 13,330 16,704 10,250 20,240 13,073 19,819 12,414
t Jacksonvmile, not included @ Petersburg, not included
Does not inciLAs Savannah -- Does not include retersburg & Richmond.





37 -
RECAPITULATION OF DISTRIBUTION (BRIL & BOAT). FIDRIA TANGERTES
BY' STATES PAST 7 SEASONS

States 1941-42 1940-41 1939-40 1938-39 1937-38 1936-37 1935-36
Cars Cars Cas Cars Cars Cars Cars

Alabama 2 2 4 9 8 8 10
Arkansas 1 2 -
Colorado 3 3 4 3 5
Connecticut 33 53 59 77 53 95 54
Delaare -
Dist. of Columbia 5 10 3 4 11 6 11
Florida -I t -i -t -t -t
Georgia 4* 2* 1* 24* 10* 13* 6*
Illinois 145 205 216 336 254 345 225
Indiana 8 15 24 58 37 77 40
Iowa 3 8 9 3 7 7
Kansas 1 1 1 1 1
Kentucly 9 17 9 25 10 38 10
Louisiana 5 9 8 9 9 4 10
Maine 2 1 1 -
Maryland 55 71 89 150 85 173 100
Massachusetts 154 273 155 311 203 266 198
Michigan 125 153 156 224 184 258 144
Minnesota 12 23 24 28 20 31 28
Mississippi 2
Missouri 21 59 43 121 66 132 75
Montana 1 -
Nebraska 3 4 5 5 9 18 4
New Jersey 14 14 28 25 5 1 1
New York 878 1,368 1,049 1,881 1,379 1,609 1,218
North Carolina 12 11 18 19 21 28 10
Ohio 196 270 218 384 257 399 268
Oklahoma 2 1
Oregon 3 3 2 1 4 -
Pennsylvania 413- 513 435 771 556 855 494
Rhode Island 282 30 61 49 21 26 13
South Carolina 1 3 3 3 1 1
South Dakota 1 1 -
Tennessee 7 28 33 23 24 40 14
Texas 2 1 1 1 2 1 -
Virginia 1@ 1@* l@ 2 -@C 4@" *
Washington 4 1 3 2 1
West Virginia 4 5 5 1 2 4 3
Wisconsin 7 16 28 49 39 58 32

Canada, not included.


TOTAL 2,153 3,165 2,689 4,608 3,277 4,511 2,988

4 Jacksonville not included
@ Petersbur not incl d


* Does not include Savannah


@0- Does not include Petersburg & Iichmond.





38 -
RECAPITMAWTION OF DISTRIBUTION (A.IL & BOAT), -ljRIDA MfnlD CIETUS
BY STATES PAST 7 SEASONS

States 1941-42 1940-41 1939-40 1938-39 1937-38 1936-37 1935-36
Cars A cars Cars Cars Cars Cars

Alabama 443 348 258 372 295 281 195
Arkansas 2 1 1 6 7 5
Colorado 1 1 -
Connecticut 93 137 145 269 89 47 24
Delaware 1 1 1 2 1 2 -
Dist. of Columbia 52 9 23 54 16 17 3
Florida 24t -t -i it -t it
Georgia 248* 98* 139* 226* 217* 229* 127*
Illinois 217 286 278 395 318 398 384
Indiana 55 85 134 289 66 74 60
Iowa 2 26 30 34 10 20 46
Kansas 4 1 6 1 6 3
Kentucky 110 145 183 202 145 164 123
Louisiana 59 20 56 34 47 21 26
Maine 9 11 16 48 1 5 5
Maryland 228 270 230 341 270 243 201
Massachusetts 633 658 614 994 856 593 443
Michigan 167 241 269 621 352. 339 229
Minnesota 13 31 19 56 25 31 37
Mississippi 107 69 91 75 118 141 122
Missouri 62 64 82 97 100 96 100
Montana 1 3 2
Nebraska 1 2 18 31 16 3 28
Nevada -- 1 -
New HInpshire 3 10 19 4 7 -
New Jersey 70 74 57 95 52 9 3
New York 2,226 990 1,527 1,568 1,170 821 508
North Carolina 355 79 165 370 386 408 317
North Dakota 2 4 -- -
Ohio 466 569 603 1,027 546 701 567
Oklahoma 2 8 3 16 13
Oregon 3 4 -3 3 4
Pennsylvania 1,296 946 1,058 1,317 1,138 1,008 673
Rhode Island 40 52 119 106 58 30 34
South Carolina 253 161 74 200 218 206 72
South Dakota 1 2
Tennessee 572 451 512 869 662 599 442
Texas 2 5 8 22 16
Utah 1 1 4 1 1 1
Vermont 14 4 21 14 4 8 5
Virginia 140@W 249* 368* 9W8 57@ 93@w 958
Washington 2 1 2 -
West Virginia 177 219 134 343 178 196 69
Wisconsin 60 34 31 47 17 14 16

Canada, not included.


TOTAL 8,X03 6,019 6,940 10,246 7,454 6,864 4,999
Jacksonville not included. Petersburg, not included.
Dos not include Savannah. V- Does not include Petersburg & Richmond.






39 -
'3XRSTATE TRUCK DISTRIBUTION. FO.I0DA CITRUS. 1941-Q42 SQASO ,


thru the courtesy of the State Department of Agriculture,
Oct. 16, 1941 to May 10, 1942, Inclusive**


es Oran- r ager
nations ges fri n
Boxes Boxes Baoxes


SAoi- ston 2251
Bi:rmingha 81230
Decatur 336
Geasdon 5928
Mobile 78939
Montgomery 14255
Selna 1972
Tuscaloosa 7122
Others
ARKANSAS
Blythoville 1188
Little Rook 2997
Others 1052

Bridgeport 846
New Have 12
Wallingford 196
Others 91

Milford 260
Seaford 1330
Wilmington 7860
Others

Washington 274

Alban 20268
Atlan 530333
Aumsta 26652
Colunbus 25966
Ft. Banning 300
Macon 37175
Savannah 61991
Thbcasville 20227
Others

Blocmingion 857
Centralxa 1335
Chicago 33275
Decatur 3067
East St. Louis 675
Peoria 3052
Mpinfield. 1385
aadalia 6459
Others

Anderson 2504
Eveasville 11861
Ft. Wayne 608
Irdianapolis 20565
South Bend 710
Terre Haute 3431
Vincennes 3159
Others


551
8066
29
911
11938
2963
412
500


12
135


300
4
108
--756


37
7091
35
60
2270
1100
61
203
3--
-T4761
44
489
348

310
5


0 -
540
723 115

1453 119
1246-73 2456


2796
128552
5517
5757
210
6357
16103
3036


10
109
1698
1412
605
218
738


505
1174
57
1187
128
1606
186
___18


1422
35638
1573
1110
1815
4694
903


30
58
7037
315
342
480
158
188


367
2607
723
1774
291
1906
124


Winter Haven, Fla)


sOr- Oran- Grape- Ianger-
nations .s fr' t lines
Boxes Boxes Boxes


-es Moines
Dubuque
Others

'Wbttan
Wichita

Bowlig Green
Danville
Harlan
Lexington
Louisville
Paducah
Others
I;lUISIA4A
Ale a-xandria
Baton Rouge
New Orleans
Opelouses
Shroveport
Sunset
Others

Portland

Ba3.txMre
Cum~berland.
Ft. Meado
Hagorstomn
Salisbury
Others

Boston
Springfield
Others

Battle Creek
Benton Harbor
Detroit
Flint
Grand Rapid~s
Kalamazoo
Lansing
Muskegon
St. Joseph
Zeeland
Others

Finlayson
Minneapolis
Rutledge
Others


75
65
28

195


195
1681
230
461
19336
3558
W17

430
717
6038
2774
130
2763


45

131940
2699
602
17417
3690


211
1089


375
3313
1638
1120
14172
3951
991
565
514
488


404
2360
2843
7233


100








2683
557


90
12
2105
58
1768


r240

42524
569
1393
5406
375


343



30
523
811
225
609
553
225
114
150


10
21
126
--0


17
108


768
7t8
33
26
50
2975
358
367

25
13
440
266
268


25358
260

229
368

14



12
601
32
2926
473
87
140
279
6


0
13
36


(Made available









(Contined&)
Oct. 16, 1941 to Mqa 10, 1942, Inclusive**


Desti-
nations

MISSISSIPPI
Aberdeen
Colnumbus
Hattiesburg
Jackson
Laurel
Meridian
Tipelo
Others

MSSOURI

Joplin
Kansas City
St. Louis
Springfield
Others

Omaha
NEw JERSEY
Camp Dix
Newark
Paterson
Trenton
Others
NEI YORBK
Albany
Bingbamton
ELmira
New York City
Olean
Rochester
Syracuse
Utica
Watertown
Others

NORTE CABHLINA
Asheville
Burlington
Charlotte
Durham
Fayetteville
Ft. Bragg
Gastonia
Goldsboro
Greensboro
Hendcerson
Hendersonville
Hickory
Kinston
Lumberton
Raleigh
Roc yMt.
Salisbury
Wilmington
Wilson
Winson Salen
Others


Oran. Geoe isager-
Sges | ut | es
Boxes Boxes Boxes

4338 317 231
6068 516 140
3033 50 7
4277 99 57
115
6184 229 297
586 -


886 3 203
2588 156 97
3467 324 575
3810 22 725
473 15 -
7627 115 657
18851 1576 2257

__347 __231 .113

840 150 -
6187 1556 2130
998 171
732 129 10


7364 1640 1163
4806 1807 156
11532 3390 1827
2752 406 50
19546 8450 2035
1125 1065 148
6929 1853 858
30110 14471 3952
553 485 16
6747 2648 88
1894 6103 1872
110408 4318 12165

22641 9144 1675
4028. 1589 461
31210 13394 2538
11173 3427 521
2121 615 68
1250 65
9529 2139 571
7513 1065 926
27501 8852 2551
3908 195 521
10179 2138 904
10240 2561 1181
2979 235 121
583 44 68
-62308 12348 3251
7254 1604 456
10861 2290 705
11476 3822 822
10967 820 483
48010 12201 4801


Desti- O rean Grape- ITanger-
nations ges frut ines
Boxos Boxes Boxes


Akron
Cincinnati
Cleveland
Columbus
Dayton
Maumae
Portsmouth
Springfield
oledo
Youngstown
Zanesville
Others

Oklahma City
Tulsa
PMNSYLVANIA
Allentown
Altoona
Bigerville
Erie
Harrisburg
Johnstown
New Britian
Philadelphia
Pittsburgh
Beading
Richland
Scranton
Sunbury
Wilkes Barre
Williamsport
York
Others
HODE ISLAND
Providence
SOUTH CAROLINA
Anderson
Charleston
Chester
Columbus
Florence
Greenville
Laurens
Orangeburg
Pageland
Spartanburg
Sumter
Waltorboro
Others
TNNESSEE
Bradford
Bristol
Chattanooga
Columbia
Fayetteville
Gleason
Jackson
Johnson City


9264 1676
37396 10286
2371 499
161990 27042
643 6
52347 10827
3114 279
10761 1739
6119 807
8521 1194
11811 963
2479 498


6758 95
2364 832
29056 6811
1990 74
996 19
905 5
328
14268 4097


382
2700
156
11034
117
3840
121
573
439
382
1864
70


341
219
867
44
41
168
1485


199
7686 150 131
3762 555 2360
14392 1630 1805
8251 939 450
1193 424 145
2749 295 371
426 599
2407 982 116
14781 9234 4763
175 88


543 233 422


192 86
781 2020 990
6107 786 291
250 -
5082 1310 732
2905 1135 503
1749 305 97
20017 6639 4788
60937 26385 6718
10586 1171 1510
660 101 110
4941 654 181
3628 1810 464
13136 5673 1579
8625 1625 856
62 5 83 3426
1671320 5

.250 8


MMTT MKDSTIIIO.== IU 14-2 ES


II i I II II I I


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II I II II I I I I II II I I


~I~JTE~IST$TE PILTC~g DIS~RTBUTTCIN ,_g~IX)RIIIB.CIPIUS, _1941~42 _~EASON






- 41 -


IINERSTAT E =UCK DISTRIBUTIQI, ELORBIDA- CITEUS. 1941-42 SEAS Q .


Oct. 16,


1941'


(oCo ntiMay
to May'10,0 I


Desti- Oran Grae- 'sa ger-
nations ges frut lines_
Boxes. Boxes Boxes


942, Inclusive*-* -


Destit- - -Oran- Grape-. Tanger-
nations ges fruit ines
Boxes Boxes Boxes


TBMISSJE (Cont'd)
Kingsport
Knoxville
Maryville
Mcmphis
Morristovna
Murfroesboro
Nashville
Others

Austin
Boaumont
Dallas
Fort Worth
Houston
San Antonio
Wichita Falls
Others

Bristol
Charlottesville
Danville
~nporia
Harrisonburg
Lynchburg
Newport News
Norfolk


811
36649
2975
1797
2168
40
47815
13668.

245
433
3649
1190
2498
581
51
246

4507
3197
2904
4524
7571
27662
4812
99913


55
7542
344
116
672
6382
804
27848




81
150

290
-



1240
1072
864
987
2436
13409
2235
44137


69
1186
163
772
350
2396
428


96
1633
38
582
25



521
136
462
388
523
2822
410
8954


V:BINIMA (Cont'd)
Petersburg
Richmond
Roanoke
Rural Retreat
Staunton
Suffolk
Others
WEST VIRGINIA'
Bluefield
Charleston
Fairmont
Huntington
Parkersburg
Princeton
Wheeling
Williamson
Others
WISCONSIN
Madison
Manawa
Milwaukee
lacine
Others
OUT F STAE
Destinations
Unmknown


. 3298.
43917
24202
1040
1409
532
10582
151360
1093
7156
1484
5471
441
520
1190
37
4510
21902
545
689

1391


14250 3614


Northwest Sec.


78030 18615 5781


MPORT In the interest of national & hemisphere defense, the publication of all data relat-
ing to United States exports and imports has been discontinued.


- **-Truck destinations prior to Oct. 16, 1941 and
not available


after May 10, 1943 -


17035
106684
56177
3447
4396
2438
38100
38337
5899
22161
3419
25129
1546
3152
3356
486


962
320
2312
270
9 F
4818


937
8356
6181
506
* 160
201
3336

877
2848
261
1309
57
217
141
26


40
805

858

513


II--` ---






-42 -
EMCAPITATULTION OF 3LO&IDA INTEaSTAE TUCK DISTRIJUTIO*
BY STATES. 194142. 19!40.41 & 1930.40 SASON**


ORANGES . GEAPREBUIT TANGERINES
States
aes41- 19 0 1939- 1941. 1940- 1939 1941 1940- 1939.
42 41 40 42 41 40 42 41 40
Car Cars CaW CM Cars Cas Cars Cars Cars


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 Jersey
New Mexico
New York
North Carolina
Ohio
Oklah ma
Pennsylvania
Bhode Island
South Carolina
Tennessee
Texas
Virginia
West Virginia
Wisconsin
Destinations Unknown


655

13

5
24
718
2,360
143
150
1
1
76
35

418
4
75
18
71
47
1
57

276
1,079
192
2
418
1
835
406
25
958
195
12
36


1,168 883
1
88 69
2
11 13
51 33
842 668
3,134 2,352
162 83
267 117
3 3
7 7
149 100
64 26
1
584 536
5 8
122 101
6 1
134 125
105 114
2 .2.
40 40
1 -
419 282
1,988 1,530
259 168
6 16
456 290
2 7
1,172 991
796 524
58 -45
1,476 1,124
252 175
68 31
136 352


85 178 121

1 8 6

2 2 3
4 8 3
312 325 232
510 800 498
14 50 14
20 48 20
3 1
5 1
11 21 16
6 13 2
1 -
129 188 158
1 1
9 61 36
1 10 1
3 11 11
4 38 11
1 1 -
15 11 10

106 193 92
256 483 310
54 86 37
1 4
141 139 81
2 3
150 229 167
70 168 89
1 2 6
378 540 382
55 89 49
3 17 3
9 39 46,


53 57

4 4
1
1 1
4 3
88 67
188 168
13 6
26 27
1
3 4
13 8
4 2

94 84
3 2
12 26
1
7 6
7 15

6 2

31 38
138 148
27 17
4 6
57 58

79 82
43 42
8 20
112 122
19 19
5 3
8 46


TOTAL 9,307 14,034 10,819 2,355 3,766 2,414. 815 1,058 1,085
Car-lots on basis 400 boxes per car. *-United States only.
**-1941-42 season, Oct. 16- May 10
1940-41 season, Sept. 11-June 28
1939.40 season, Sept. 11-June 1


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WEIGHTED AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES ORANGES 1941.42 SEASON


NEW YORK CITY

FLO RIDA STOCK CALIF, S"CK
Indian River
Standard Standard Wire- Stds.& Std.Wire- SStandard Standard
Week Boxes bound Boxes bounds Combined Boxes Boxes
Ending Cars I Avg. Cars Avg. Cars I Avg. Cars Ag Cars Ag,
1941
Oct. 24 1 $3.78 1 $3.73 2 $3,76 261 $4.30
31 7 3.88 5 4.00 12 3.93 236 4.71
Nov. 7 50 3.32 51 3.29 101 3.30 1 $3.37 203 4.97
14 67 3.64 68 3.52 135 3.58 3 3.98 201 4.97
21 67 3.23 82 3.04 149 3,13 5 3.14 140 4.56
28 84 2.17 144 1.98 228 2.05 27 2.39 218 3.42
Dec. 5 47 2.33 95 2.10 142 2.18 18 2.59 185 3.11
12 59 2,38 92 2.19 151 2.26 33 2.88 217 2.76
19 34 2.57 77 2.43 111 2.47 56 2.90 186 2.93
26 38 2.69 90 2.60 128 2.63 57 3.08 109 3.28
Jan. 2 43 2.52 101 2.39 144 2.43 53 2.84 101 3.44
9 54 2.27 146 2.13 200 2.17 72 2.74 117 3.01
16 56 2.43 124 2.35 180 2,37 81 2.82 113 3.18
23 69 2.22 156 2.14 225 2.16 123 2.41 148 2.80
30 56 2.13 144 2.02 200 2.05 92 2.32 171 2.41
Feb. 6 43 2.27 125 2.08 168 2.13 99 2.45 116 2.49
13 34 2.25 148 2.03 182 2.07 91 2.51 104 2.46
20 48 2.66 105 2.67 153 2.67 101 2.86 96 3.09
27 33 3.05 138 3.04 171 3.04 65 3.37 102 3.12
Mar. 6 41 3.02 198 3.02 239 3.03 102 3.38 107 3.28
13 26 3.07 172 2.93 198 2.97 90 3.28 141 3.07
20 36 2.72 192 2.55 228 2.57 101 2.88 130 2.97
27 28 2.56 162 2.61 190 2.60 100 2.95 135 3.06
Apr. 3 14 2.81 154 2.69 178 2,70 100 3.02 130 3.17
10 10 2.50 171 2.61 181 2.60 97 2.74 142 3.02
17 2 2.58 184 2.68 186 2.68 102 2.83 126 3.29
24 9 2.90 182 2.97 191 2.97 66 3.23 115 3.74
May 1 8 2.98 196 3.01 204 3.01 103 3.09 146 3.89
8 12 2.90 233 2.94 245 2.94 107 3.00 183 3.39
15 13 2.97 169 3.01 182 3.01 86 3.05 174 3.12
22 27 3.17 195 3.20 222 3.20 81 3.46 163 3.05
29 18 3.11 237 2.99 255 3.00 69 3.38 179 3.33
June 5 15 3.37 205 3.19 220 3.20 64 3.39 187 3.49
12 15 3.71 177 3,59 192 3.60 35 3.95 158 4.12
19 17 3.90 216 3.65 233 3.67 24 4.16 169 4.61
26 18 3.75 190 3.63 208 3.64 9 4.13 201 4.12
July 3 16 3.79 165 3.40 181 3.44 6 4.02 215 3.77
10 17 3.61 80 3.26 97 3.32 1 4.20 204 3.70
17 22 3.87 37 3.67 59 3.74 205 4.00
24 16 4.44 19 3.95 35 4.17 184 4.95
31 6 5.03 12 4.48 18. 4.66 235 5.21
Aug. 7 9 4.78 9 4.78 291 4.83

TOTAL 1,285 2.82 5,448 2.83 6,733 2.83 2,320 2.96 6,944 3.70

Total Sales, Florida orsages, all varieties,
all containers, all sections --------------- 9,053 cars Avg. $2.86


thru the cooperation of the Florida


Made available
Citrus Exchange & the Federal-State Market News Service






44 -
WEIGHTED AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES ORANGES 1941-42 SEASON


PHILADEPHIA

FLORIDA STOCK CALIF. STOCK
Indian River
Standard Standard Wire- Stds. & Std.Wire- Standard Standard
Week Boxesbo Bo bon B bonds Canbied Boxes Boxes
1ing Cars I Avg. .Cars Avr r Ca s. A g Carse Avg. Cars Avg_


Oct. 24 1 $3.00 1 $3.00 105 $4.13
31 3 3.27 4 $2.96 7 3.09 86 4.54
Nov. 7 27 3.30 24 2.67 51 3.00 67 4.74
14 40 3.60 18 3.26 58 3.49 33 4.31
21 50 3.22 38 2.99 88 3.12 1 $3.45 56 4.33
28 47 2.35 48 2.17 95 2.26 8 2.48 55 3.60
Dec. 5 33 2.16 31 1.91 64 2.04 8 2.26 83 2.68
12 27 2.22 27 2.04 54 2.13 9 2.59 54 2.63
19 39 2.41 24 2.20 63 2.33 12 2.83 54 3.09
26 32 2.58 28 2.37 60 2.48 19 2.77 47 3.11
J. 2 24 2.34 29 2.09 53 2.20 13 2.41 41 2.72
9 36 2.31 34 2.00 70 2.16 11 2.67 25 3.06
16 29 2.28 35 2.07 64 2.17 16 2.68 33 3.07
23 29 2.36 59 2.07 88 2.17 24 2.56 54 2.68
30 22 2.22 44 1.94 66 2.03 31 2.28 56 2.33
Feb. 6 21 2.22 30 2.03 51 2.11 25 2.32 32 2.42
13 21 2.36 41 2.15 62 2.22 24 2.44 47 2.39
20 21 2.67 43 2.45 64 2.52 21 2.64 23 2.69
27 11 3.34 59 2.93 70 2.99 14 3.39 29 3.05
Mar. 6 23 3.23 54 2.89 77 2.99 20 3.31 35 3.19
13 23 3.14 72 2.80 95 2.88 21 3.31 38 3.15
20 17 2.67 72 2.37 89 2.43 19 2.79 51 2.82
27 5 2.73 62 2.51 67 2.53 17 3.01 38 2.88
Apr. 3 6 2.98 65 2.69 71 2.71 13 3.30 32 3.15
10 9 2.64 69 2.49 78 2.51 26 2.87 47 3.11
17 4 2.56 66 2.51 70 2.51 29 2.79 40 3.21
24 6 2.90 62 2.87 68 2.87 18 3.11 41 3.57
May 1 9 3.15 68 2.98 77 3.00 19 3.39 46 3.77
8 5 2.99 92 2.82 97 2.83 19 3.12 56 3.26
15 6 3.10 58 2.85 64 2.87 25 3.08 50 2.95
22 13 3.12 63 3.00 76 3.02 17 3.28 47 3.11
29 12 3.11 75 3.01 87 3.02 21 3.42 69 3.27
June 5 10 3.18 44 3.07 54 3.09 24 3.37 69 3.29
12 15 3.67 56 3.51 71 3.54 14 4.05 60 4.34
19 11 3.86 65 3.55 76 3.59 14 4.24 81 4.20
26 14 3.67 46 3.21 60 3.32 8 4.08 94 4.05
July 3 17 3.59 27 2.85 44 3.14 2 4.86 103 3.58
10 18 3.36 19 2.46 37 2.90 98 3.53
17 10 3.77 10 3.77 85 4.03
24 5 3.85 5 3.85 98 5.05
31 113 5.15
Aug. 7 128 4.64


TOTAL 751 2.81 1,751 2.67 2,502 2.71 562 2.97 2,499 3.65

Total Sales, Florida oranges, all varieties,
all containers, all sections ------------------ ----- 3,604 cars Avg. $2.7S

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






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WEICITED AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES ORANGES 1941-42 SEASON


B 0 S T 0 N

FLORIDA STOCK CALIF. STOCK
Indian River
Standard. Standard Wire- Stds & Std. Wire- Standard Standard
Week Boxes bound Boxes bomods Combimd Boxes BoAes
Ending Cars g. Cars Avg. Cars Avg. Cars Avg, Cars Avg.


14H
Oct. 24
31
Nov. 7
14
21
28
Dec. 5
12
19
26
-122
9
16
23
30
Feb. 6
13
20
27
Mar. 6
13
20
27
Apr. 3
10
17
24
Ma 1I
8
15
22
29
June 5
12
19
26
July 3
10
17
24
31
Aug- 7


$3.84
3.73
3.52
2.58
2.38
2.55
2.55
2.72
2.69
2.85
2.57
2.55
2.41
2.39
2.51
2.82
3.13
3.40
3.42
3.02
2.72
2.94
2.77
2.70
3.04
3.06
3.34
3.21
3.35
3.31
3.37
4.09
4.04
3.95
3.51
3.43
3.95


$3.59
3.29
3.54
2.27
2.27
2.14
2.26
2.63
2.24
2.36
2.09
2.13
2.11
2.03
2.22
2.55
3.03
3.34
3.17
2.93
2.68
2.82
2.75
2.58
3.23
2.95
3.11
3.02
3.15
2.94
2.78
3.81
3.62
3.50
2.83
-,


$3.65
3.49
3.53
2.36
2.29
2.36
2.45
2.39
2.41
2.62
2.29
2.35
2.27
2.18
2.33
2.66
3.05
3.36
3.21
2.95
2.69
2.83
2.75
2.60
3.20
2.97
3.14
3.06
3.22
3.03
3.08
3.96
3.80
3.68
3.15
3.43
3.95


$2.87
2.26
2.53
2.79
2.82
2.62
2.68
2.37
2.49
2.36
2.32
2.40
2.75
3.20
3.40
3.45
3.01
2.61
3.07
2.95
2.73
3.25
3.11
3.19
2.95
3.21
2.95
3.23
4.10
4.19
3.35



,,,,


$4.37
4.60
4.96
5.12
4.55
.3.14
2.73
2.91
3.05
2.83
3.07
3.08
2.88
2.74
2.45
2.39
2.37
2.83
3.18
3.18
3.14
3.01
2.85
3.10
3.13
3.18
3.64
3.84
3.47
3.02
2.92
3.14
3.75
4.17
4.71
4.14
3.67
3.54
3.90
4.78
5.18
4.86


TOTAL 282 3.07 554 2.81 836 2.90 541 2.89 2,752 3.60

Total Sales, Florida oranges, all varieties,
all containers, all sections ---.---------------- 1,377 cars Avg. $2.90


thru the cooperation of the Florida


Made available
Citrus Exchange & the Federal-State Market News Service






46 -
WEIGTED AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES .GRAGES 1941-42- S S0N


PITTSBURGH

FLORIDA STOCK CALIF. STOCK
Indian River
Standard Standard Wire- Sdsa& Std.Wire- Standard Standard
Week Boxes bound Boxes bounds Cambined Boxes Boxes
Ending Cars I Avg. Cars I Avg. Cs I Avg. Cars I Avg. Cars IAvg


1291
Oct. 24
31
Nov. 7
14
21
28
Dec. 5
12
19
26
1942
Jan. 2
9
16
23
30
Feb. 6
13
20
27
Mar. 6
13
20
27
Apr. 3
10
17
24
May 1
8
15
22
29
June 5
12
19
26
July 3
10
17
24
31
Aug. 7


2
-


3
5
3
1
1
4
3
1
3
2
4
6
6
1
1
1
2
1


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


$3.51
3.57
3.46
2.41
2.64
3.12
2.66
2.85
2.54
2.57
2.94
2.51
2.37
2.25
1.80
2.72
2.69
3.52
2.91
2.55
2.84
2.85
2.96
2.98
3.38
3.34
3.43
3.75
3.33
4.01
4.28
3.78
3.35
3.06


$2.70
3.55
2.87
2.42
2.11
2.04
2.38
2.41
2.25
2.04
2.05
2.11
2.20
2.18
2.29
2.47
3.03
2.89
3.31
2,48
2,21
2.90
2.59
2,52
2.79
2.94
2.60
2.92
3.12
3.09
3.00
3.82
3.45
3.46
-
l
-
-
-


$3.02
3.56
3.17
2.42
2.18
2.26
2.48
2.74
2.28
2.18
2.19
3.27
2.29
2.21
2.22
2.51
3.03
2.86
3.35
2.51
2.25
2,90
2,61
2.60
2.84
2.95
2.92
3.06
3.20
3,31
3.18
4.01
4.17
3.64
3.38
3.06


37
33
29
28
35
25
49
42
33
22
18
20
26
35
44
32
30
26
21
25
39
38
34
25
24
31
25
31
49
41
47
33
43
38
50
39
46
45
37
38
47


$2.75
2.57
2.92
2.65

-

-
-
m
-,,
-
e

e,


$4.19
4.50
4.61
4.51
4.17
3.91
2.76
2.62
2.80
2.87
2.88
2.82
2.97
2.71
2.32
2.29
2.43
2.85
3.27
3,24
3.13
2.85
2.81
3.16
3.04
3.17
3.58
3.76
3.13
2.95
2.84
3.28
3.44
4.72
4.47
3.93
3.70
3.45
3.89
4.68
5.10
4.46


IOTAL 100 3.06 223 2.59 323 2.73 14 2.75 1,460 3.47

Total Sales, Florida oranges, all varieties,
all containers, all sections ----------------------. 337 cars Avg. $2.73

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






- 47 -


WEIGHT AVERBGE .AUCTION PRICES ORANGES 1941-42 SEASON


CLEVELAND

FLORIDA ST CK CALIF. STOCK

Standard Standard Wire- Sts.& Std. Wire- Standard Standard
Week Boxes bound Boxes bounds Combined Boxes Boxes
Ending Cars [Avg. Cars Avg. Cars I Avg. Cars I Avg. Cars I Avg.
1941
Oct. 24 32 $4.50
31 1 $4.26 1 $4.26 33 4.48
Nov. 7 6 3.17 6 $2.49 12 2.83 24 4.90
14 3 4.14 1 3.13 4 3.89 34 4.74
21 5 3.82 2 2.87 7 3.55 22 4.44
28 9 2.75 16 2.25 25 2.43 35 3.11
Dec. 5 7 2.57 10 1.93 17 2.23 29 2.89
12 8 2.84 6 2.18 14 2.56 28 2.92
19 10 2.68 1 2.49 11 2.66 37 3.09
26 3 2.72 1 2.65 4 2.70 27 2.88
1942
Jan. 2 5 2.91 6 2.60 11 2.74 18 2.83
9 9 2.73 10 2.21 19 2.46 17 2.97
16 10 2.62 10 2.20 20 2.41 1 $3.20 22 3.04
23 8 2.43 9 2.33 17 2.38 1 2.55 33 2.74
30 10 2.48 10 2.25 20 2.36 2 2.79 45 2.43
Feb. 6 7 2.35 4 2.29 11 2.33 1 2.91 30 2.35
13 6 2.70 8 2.59 14 2.64 1 2.95 33 2.48
20 8 3.14 10 2.79 18 2.95 2 3.06 21 2.88
27 8 3.09 9 2.83 17 2.95 20 3.19
Mar. 6 6 3.36 9 3.19 15 3.26 1 3.68 25 3.16
13 3 3.48 16 3.15 19 3.20 31 3.29
20 5 3.14 23 2.60 28 2.69 3 3.38 38 2.96
27 3 3.08 10 2.39 13 2.55 31 2.85
Apr. 3 2 3.12 12 2.73 14 2.79 24 3.28
10 5 3.05 16 2.83 21 2.88 30 3.19
17 4 2.99 16 2.65 20 2.72 32 3.22
24 4.. 3.39 8 3.11 12 3.20 1 3.55 23 3.65
May 1 4 3.30 20 3.24 24 3.25 1 3.48 34 3.80
8 5 2.95 15 2.90 20 2.91 1 3.37 42 3.33
15 4. 3.61 17 3.22 21 3.29 1 3.33 40 3.00
22 2 3.52 11 3.21 13 3.26 40 2.99
29 5 3.64 19 3.33 24 3.39 32 3.40
June 5 4 3.16 21 2.97 25 3.00 31 3.49
12 3 4.05 2 4.09 5 4.07 26 4.84
19 5 4.52 7 3.96 12 4.19 37 4.71
26 5 3.93 10 3.40 15 3.58 40 3.98
July 3 3 3.58 2 3.51 5 3.55 29 3.82
10 3 3.63 3 3.63 40 3.60
17 1 3.80 1 3.80 30 4.10
24 40 5.00
31 33 4.95
Aug. 7 46 4.67


TOTAL 199 3.07 353 2.81 552 2.90 16 3.18 1,314 3.55

Total Sales, Florida oranges, all varieties,
all containers, all sections --------------------------. 568 cars Avg. $2.91

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


I I I I R i i






48 -

WEIGITED AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES Z0RAIGES 1941-42 SEASON


C H I C A G 0

FL R IDA S T 0 C K CALIF. STOCK
Indian River
Standard Standard Wire- Sts.& Std. Wire- Standard Standard
Week Boxes bound Box od Comioxes Boxes
Enin Cars I Avg. Cars I Avg. Cars IAvg. Cars Avg. Cars Avg.
1 QA1


Oct. 24
31
Nov. 7
14
21
28
Dec. 5
12
19
26

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


1 $3.40
2 3.98
9 3.11
7 3.69
10 3.44
7 2.61
7 2.62
4 2.69
11 2.74
9 2.76
5 2.96
4 2.74
13 2.82
19 2.54
10 2.37
10 2.3D
3 2.70
10 2.77
5 3.24
5 3.54
5 3.20
4 2.73
3 2.62
1 3.36
6 2.90
10 2.84
2 3.04
6 3.36
5 3.42
9 3.27
8 3.49
10 3.71
9 3.51
7 4.13
6 4.44
.8 4.22
7 3.49
6 3.78
6 3.50
- -


10 $2.60
4 3.55
12 2.68
10 2.31
18 2.09
9 2.30
10 2,35
5 2.40
10 2.59
23 2.29
8 2.46
19 2.41
17 2.24
15 2.16
12 2.59
12 2.43
18 2.80
20 3.24
34 2.86
25 2.77
21 2.40
11 3.07
28 2.79
16 2.61
16 3.01
32 3.16
30 3.07
31 2.94
16 3.06
19 3.42
31 3.03
8 3.47
3 3.95
7 3.60
2 3.68


1 $3.40
2 3.98
19 2.84
11 3.64
22 3.03
17 2.43
25 2.24
13 2.42
21 2.55
14 2.63
15 2.71
27 2.36
21 2.68
38 2.48
27 2.29
25 2.25
15 2.61
22 2.60
23 2.90
25 3.30
39 2.90
29 2.76
24 2.43
12 3.09
34 2.81
26 2.70
18 3.01
38 3.19
35 3.12
40 3.01
24 3.20
29 3.52
40 3.14
15 3.78
9 4.28
15 3.93
9 3.53
6 3.78
6 3.50
- -
- -


7 $2.87
6 2.45
5 2.89
5 2,87
7 2.61
1 3.02
1 3.14
- -


90 $4.54
76 4.56
71 4.79
69 4.71
59 4.36
83 3.24
85 2.77
73 2.67
92 3.00
61 3.01
33 2.88
46 3.04
61 3.02
78 2.73
84 2.45
53 2.49
75 2.54
49 2.76
50 3.09
58 3.36
78 3.12
76 2.99
70 2.93
70 3.17
69 3.05
65 3.25
66 3.61
73 3.63
96 3.35
83 2.90
70 3.04
75 3.12
65 3.60
69 4.28
77 4.26
88 4.06
71 3.83
76 3.45
60 3.77
59 4.73
69 4.83
73 4.72


TOTAL 239 3.12 562 2.77 831 2.89 32 2.75 2,944 3.48

Total Sales, Florida oranges, all varieties,
all containers, all sections ------------- --------- 863 cars Avg. $2.88

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






49 -
WEIcs ED AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES ORANGES 1941-42 SEASON


SS T. L 0 U I S

F L 0. R ID A S T.0 C K CALIF. STOCK
Indian River
Stanidad Sta .ard Wire;- Stds.& Std. Wire- Standard Standard
Week .Boxes bound Boxes bonds Canbina Boxes Boxes
WClis g. Cars Avg.- Carss A Avg. Cars I Avg. Cars i Avg.


.1994
Oct, 24
31
Nov. 7
14
21
28
Dec. 5
12
19
26
h 2
an. 2
9
16
23
30
Feb. 6
13
20
27
Mar. 6
13
20
27
Apr. 3
10
17
24
May 1
8
15
22
29
June 5
12
19
26
July 3
10
17
24
31
Aug. 7


1
"- 1
1
1
1
* 1
1


1
1'
1


1
i




1



2
3
2
4

3
3


$3.20
3.15
3.63
S2.63
1.85
1.95
2.83
2.68
2.13
2.44
2.32
2.40
2.34
2.28




2.46
2.75-


3.29
3.03
3.33
3.40
3.24
.
3.59
2.88


2 $2.67
1 2.80
1 2.72
2 1,79
1 1.86
1 2.00
1 2.41
:3 2,57
3 '2.60
:9 r 1.92
4 4"2.10
2 2.65
11 2.21
6 2.13
5 2.18
2 3.00
3 2.49
6- 2.96
5 2.79
.6 2.27
6 2.22
6 2.95
13 2.74
10 2.45
5 3.07
12 3.18
8 3.23
7 2.83
6 3.08
7 3.07
8 3.07
2 3.47
3 2.95


3
2
2
3
2
2
1
4
4
10
5
4
14
7
6
2
3
6
5
6
7
6
14
10
5
12
9
9
9
9
12
2
6
3


w -

$2.85
P2.98
3.17
2.01
1.86
1.98
2.41
2.64
2.62
1.94
2.17
2.49
2.25
2.16
2.20
3.00
2.49
2.96
2.79
2.27
2.25
2.95
2.74
2.45
3.07
3.18
3.24
2.87
3.16
3.14
3.13
3.47
3.27
2.88


$4.30
4.47
4.49
4.22
4.08
3.16
2.75
2.86
3.01
3.04
2.84
2.73
2.98
2.68
2.33
2.38
2.33
2.77
3.31
3.27
3.05
2.82
2.87
3.10
3.11
3.03
3.67
3.75
3.20
2.80
2.92
3.06
3.71
4.30
4.16
3.89
3.50
3.30
3.80
4.61
4.64
4.67


TOTAL 37 2.88 167 2.66 204 2.70 1,462 3.34

Total Sales, Florida oranges, all varieties,
all containers, all sections ------------------------- 204 cars Avg. $2.70

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






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WEIC TED AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES ORANGES 1941-42 SEASON


CINCINNATI

FLORIDA ST OCK CALIF. STOCK
Indian River
Standard Standard Wire- Stirs. & Sti.Wire- Standard Standard
Week Boxes bound Boxes bonds Ccmbined, Boxes Boxes
Etdaing Cars I Avg. Cars I Avg. Cars Avg. Cars I.Avg, Cars Avg.


1941
Oat. 24
31
Nov. 7
14
21
28
Dec. 5
12
19
26
an. 2
9
16
23
30
Feb. 6
13
20
27
Mar. 6
13
20
27
Apr. 3
10
17
24
May 1
8
15
22
29
June 5
12
19
26
July 3
10
17
24
31
Aug. 7


3
5
12
8
7
10
2
6
9
3
3
9
10
8
10
5
2
3
2
4
3
2
1
2
1
2
. 1
3
2
6
4
5
5
4
5
4
3
-


$3.08
3.66
3.32
2.96
2.41
2.22
2.57
2.71
2.57
2.42
2.58
2.38
2.45
2.31
2.38
2.18
2.72
3.24
2.48
2.85
2.54
2.67
2.61
2.89
2.86
3.08
3.32
3.24
3.42
3.40
3.29
3.55
4.08
3.50
3.37
3.59
3.51


$3.00
3.29
3.28
2.46
2.23
2.02
2.35
2.39
2.33
2.18
2.06
1.98
2.24
1.99
2.26
2.21
2.27
2.86
2.71
2.67
2.45
2.29
2.79
2.68
2.49
2.89
2.97
2.81
2.85
3.09
3.11
3.18
3.22
3.58
3.13
3.17
2.08
n


$3.05
3.39
3.30
2.63
2.27
2.09
2.37
2.44
2.39
2.24
2.16
2.07
2.32
2.06
2.31
2.20
2.30
2.91
2.69
2.69
2.46
2.31
2.78
2.70
2.50
2.91
2.97
2.83
2.88
S3.13
3.17
3.19
3.30
3.71
3.22
3.30
2.94
3.51
-
-


$2.27
2.10






2.72
2.10
.2.64

2.73
3.03
2.38
2.44
2.82
2.74
2.63
2.76
Q=


$4.21
4.38
4.66
4.49
4.16
3.15
2.59
2.64
2.99
2.75
2.49
2.86
2.86
2.30
2.26
2.30
2.10
2.78
3.06
3.20
2.91
2.86
2.76
3.09
3.09
3.11
3.54
3.52
3.09
2.97
2.72
3.16
3.75
4.31
4.14
3.79
3.36
3.35
3.77
4.46
4.59
4.53


TOTAL 174 2.86 804 2.59 978 2.64 24 2.59 786 3.42

Total Sales, Florida oranges, all varieties,
all containers, all sections ------------------ 1,002 cars Avg. $2.64

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






51 -
WEICTED AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES CRANGES 1941-42 SEASON


DE TR 0 I T

FL0RIDA STO CK CALIF. STOCK
Indian River
Standard StandardWire- Stds.& Std.Wire- Standaxrd Standard
Week Boxes bound Boxes bobs Combled Boxes Bores _
ending Cars Avg. Cars Avg. Cars I Avg. Cars Avg. Cars I Avg.


Oct. 24 41 $4.45
31 1 $3.70 1 3.70 37 4.57
Nov. 7 7 3.40 2 $3.11 9 3.34 31 4.85
14 4 4.02 1 3.12 5 3.84 37 4.94
21 7 3.70 3 2.84 10 3.44 37 4.33
28 3 2.83 8 2.20 11 2.37 47 3.09
Dec. 5 3 2.44 9 1.91 12 2.04 49 2.84
12 4 2.22 1 2.41 5 2.26 39 2.83
19 4 2.75 3 2.49 7 2.64 51 3.04
26 2 2.96 3 2.64 5 2.77 33 3.04
J 2 1 3.00 6 2.67 7 2.72 19 3.02
9 3 2.33 13 2.30 16 2.31 27 3.13
16 1 2.53 9 2.13 10 2.17 36 3.06
23 2 2.90 7 2,44 9 2.54 1 $2.40 48 2.79
30 2 2.47 7 2.37 9 2.39 53 2.35
Feb. 6 3 2.62 7 2.57 10 2.58 45 2.51
13 4 2.48 8 2.36 12 2.40 41 2.42
20 5 2.53 5 2.53 -37 3.06
27 1 3.31 4 3.11 5 3.15 33 3.23
Mar. 6 2 3.29 11 3.03 13 3.07 41 3.36
13 2 3.38 11 3.17 13 3.20 45 3.21
20 1 2.89 15 2.64 16 2.66 55 2.94
27 11 2.46 11 2.46 49 2.94
Apr. 3 1 2.84 2 2.77 3 2.79 44 3.13
10 2 3.00 12 2.84 14 2.86 42 3.08
17 2 2.88 11 2.72 13 2.74 38 3.27
24 4 2.95 7 2.76 11 2.83 36 3.84
May 1 1 3.26 7 3.11 8 3.13 42 3.65
8 2 3.35 14 3.32 16 3.32 1 3.76 56 3.32
15 3 3.30 13 3.06 16 3.11 61 3.03
22 2 3.24 10 2.91 12 2.97 61 2.88
29 3 3.66 6 3.41 9 3.49 47 3.14
June 5 5 3.23 14 2.82 19 2.93 47 3.43
12 3 3.54 4 3.38 7 3.45 45 4.32
19 1 4.41 1 4.41 50 4.21
26 6 3.89 6 3.86 12 3.87 56 4.06
July 3 4 3.45 2 3.23 6 3.38 5 3.84
10 2 3.63 2 3.63 55 3.72
17 1 3.92 1 3.92 40 3.95
24 44 5.00
31 48 5.02
Aug. 51 4.50


TOTAL 99 3.18 252 2.76 351 2.88 2 3.08 1,844 3.49

Total Sales, Florida oranges, all varieties,
all containers, all sections --------------- ---- 353 cars Avg. $2.88


Made available
Citrus Exchange & the Federal-State Market News Service


thra the cooperation of the Florida






52 -
WEICiTED AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES ORAIGES 1941-42 SEASON


BALTIMORE

FLORIDA ST 0 CK CALIF. SICK
Indian River
Standard Standard Wire- Stds.&Std.jire- Standard Standard
Week Boxes bound Boxes bounds Combined Boxes Boxes
Ending Cars I Alvg. Cars I Avg. Cars I Avg. Cars I Avg. Cars | Avg.


1941
Oct. 24
31
Nov. 7
14
21
28
Dec. 5
12
19
26
_1942
Jan. 2
9
16
23
30
Feb. 6
13
20
27
Mar. 6
13
20
27
Apr. 3
10
17
24
May 1
8
15
22
29
June 5
12
19
26
July 3
10
17
24
31
Aug. 7


$3.50
3.52
3.20
2.50


2.90







3.23
2.85
3.15
2.80
2.55
2.68
3.10
2.98
3.10
3 .i








3.35
3.08
3.38
3.35
3.99
4.01
3.39
3.10
3.31
3.34


$2.59

1.95
1.89
2.33
2.68
2.57

2.27
1.83
2.02
2.25
2.15
1.95
1.91
2.36
3.12
2.63
3.05
2.46
2.18
2.58
2.69
2.48
2.80
2.95
3.08
2.86
2.97
3.08
3.19
3.71
3.71
3.17
3.06
3.55


$2.74
3.52
3.20
2.13
1.89
2.33
2.58
2.63
2.27
1.83
2.02
2.25
2.15
1.95
1.91
2.36
3.16
2.67
3.12
2.52
2.24
2.58
2.69
2.48
2.86
2.96
3.08
2.94
2.99
3.19
3.21
3.89
3.81
3.25
3.08
3.35
3.34
-
-


$2.55
2.90
2.55

2.25
2.30


2.25
2.38
2.90
2.95
3.08
2.85
1.95
2.60
2.35




-
-
I

I-


$4.20
4.27
4.18
4.40
4.36
3.25
2.41
2.78
3.17
3.27

2.70
3.12
3.06
2.78
2.32
2.33
2.30
2.83
3.16
3.11
3.04
2.82
2.75
3.15
3.13
2.96
3.30
3.38
3.03
3.12
2.87
3.07
3.41
4.21
4.44
3.86
3.57
3.66
4.05
4.95
4.86
4.74


TOTAL 70 3.30 223 2.62 293 2.78 19 2.55 481 3.70

Total Sales, Florida oranges, all varieties,
all containers, all sections ------ ------- 312 cars Avg. $2.77


thru the cooperation of the Florida


Made available
Citrus Exchange & the Federal-State Market News Service






- 53 -


WEIGHTED AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES ORANGES 1941-42 SEASON


TOTAL ALL CITIES

FLORIDA STOCK CALIF. STOCK
Indian River
Standard StandaxdWire- Stds & Std.Wize- Standard Standard
Week Boxes bound Boxes bonds Combe Boxes Boxes
ding Cars Avg. I ars Avg. Cars Cars Avg.A C. ars I Avg.


1941
Oct. 24
31
Nov. 7
14
21
28
Dec. 5
12
19
26
Jan. 2
9
16
23
30
Feb. 6
13
20
27
Mar. 6
13
20
27
Apr. 3
10
17
24
May 1
8
15
22
29
June 5
12
19
26
July 3
10
17
24
31
Aug. 7


$3.39
3.65
3.32
3.62
3.29
2.33
2.31
2.40
2.56
2.67
2.53
2.39
2.46
2.35
2.26
2.31
2.35
2.73
3.14
3.14
3.15
2.76
2.63
2.89
2.74
2.79
3.01
3.12
3.12
3.20
3.25
3.36
3.32
3.84
4.06
3.79
3.53
3.49
3.73
4.30
5.03
4.78


$3.73
3.44
3.03
3.42
2.95
2.10
2.05
2.19
2.38
2.51
2.35
2.12
2.22
2.16
2.05
2.10
2.13
2.56
2.98
2.99
2.92
2.54
2.51
2.73
2.64
2.61
2.95
3.02
2.93
2.97
3.13
3.04
3.12
3.56
3.63
3.51
3.30
3.08
3.67
3.95
4.48


4
28
232
272
329
471
321
290
282
275
273
403
377
440
422
345
356
326
339
447
447
493
417
334
416
411
368
451
490
444
414
502
449
347
388
386
288
171
88
40
18
9


$3.48
3.57
3.17
3.53
3.12
2.18
2.14
2.27
2.45
2.57
2.41
2.20
2.30
2.23
2.12
2.17
2.18
2.61
3.01
3.02
2.96
2.57
2.52
2.74
2.65
2.62
2.96
3.03
2.95
3.30
3.15
3.09
3.15
3.61
3.70
3.57
3.36
3.24
3.70
4.13
4.66
4.78


$3.37
3.98
3.19
2.44
2.40
2.78
2.87
2.97
2.73
2.71
2.70
2.44
2.32
2.41
2.48
2.81
3.33
3.36
3.30
2.89
2.87
3.04
2.79
2.79
3.20
3.13
3.04
3.04
3.39
3.29
3.36
4.01
4.19
4.03
4.23
4.20
w
-


$4.32
4.59
4.84
4.81
4.41
3.32
2.84
2.76
2.99
3.05
3.04
3.01
3.04
2.74
2.39
2.43
2.42
2.91
3.15
3.26
3.12
2.93
2.93
3.15
3.08
3.21
3.67
3.77
3.32
3.01
2.97
3.23
3.52
4.29
4.43
4.05
3.70
3.57
3.94
4.88
5.06
4.72


TOTAL 3,266 2.91 10,337 2.77 13,603 2.80 3,530 2.94 22,486 3.58

Total Sales, Florida oranges, all varieties,
all containers, all sections --- ---------------- 17,133 cars Avg. $2.83


thru the cooperation of the Florida


Made available
Citrus Exchange & the Federal-State Market News Service






-54-
WEIGHTED AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES FIORIDA SEEDED & SEEDLESS GRAPE~ FRUIT
1941-42 SEASON


NEW YORK CITY

SEDED GREAPEETIT FLA SEEDLESS GRAPEFRUIT
Stas & Std Ind Ri. R Stas.& Std. Ind. Riv,
Week Standard Std. Wire- Wre-bou~lds St.andard. Standard std.Wire. Wire-bounds Standard
End- Boxes. bodA Boes Boxes. .Boxes b und BoCes Combiled Boxes.
ing Cars|Avg. Cars AvRg. I Cars v. Cars Avg. Cars Avg. CaCrs Avg. Cars s Av.


1941
9/26
10/3
10
17
24
31
11/7
14
21
28
12/5
12
19
26

9
16
23
30
2/6
13
20
27
3/6
13
20
27
4/3
10
17
24
5/1
8
15
22
29
6/5
12
19
26
7/3
10
17
24
31
8/7


4.03
2.75
2.61
2.48
1.89
1.76
1.76
1.63
2.06
2.14
2.30
2.21
1.81
1.76
1.73
1.74
1.83
1.86
1.85
1.86
1.86
2.04
2.00
1.97
2.13
2.08
2.17
2.46
2.68
2.59
2.70
2.57
3.28
2.77
2.82
3.03
3.14
3.56
2.31
2.37
2.34
*


- -
- w

1 2.37
21 2.16
.6 2.17
.8 1.79
38 1.67
5 1.60
1 1.53
2 1.89
1 2.02
3 2.09
3 2.04
1 1.68
3 1.59
4 1.59
1 1.81
5 1.86
1 1.81
4 1.82
2 1.49
6 2.00
1 1.79
1 1.75
3 1.31
1 2.23
3 2.05
--,
2 2.49
7 2.00
2 1.97
1 2.32
5 2.72
3 2.46


m
34.03
31 2.74
63 2.46
50 2.38
62 1.86
52 1.71
19 1.72
6 1.61
6 2.00
6 2.12
6 2.30
11 2.18
12 1.87
9 1.75
10 1.69
9 1.67
5 1.82
9 1.86
7 1.84
10 1.84
8 1.77
11 2.02
6 1.97
2 1.88
7 1.78
3 2.08
3 2.19
6 2.26
6 2.68
5 2.55
8 2.09
3 2.17
3 2.96
8 2.74
3 2.46
2 2.82
2 3.03
5 3.14
1 3.56
1 2.31
2 2.37
1 2.34


3.08
3.08
2.56
2.29
2.30
1.95
2.24
2.47
2.54
2.41
2.14
1.85
1.94
1.95
2.03
2.11
2.05
2.05
2.10
2.31
2.23
2.00
2.14
2.45
2.55
2.79

2.85
2.72
2.95
3.48


. 4.68

S4.08
3.07
) 3.11
L 2.92
) 2.23
i 2.04
' 1.90
S2.12
) 2.29
S82,26
5 2.45
S2.39
) 1.92
1.89
S1.81
1 2.07
S1.97
1.74
S1.79
1 2.01
" 2.25
5 2.07
I 1.87
9 2.04
5 2.37
S2.28
S2.35
6 2.82
i 2.83
S2.61
S2.82
9 2.99
) 3.12
3.69
S4.00
) 4.14
6 4.19
5 3.47
6 3.07
i 2.96
S2.79


$
-

4 2.74
2 2.95
8 2.72
10 2.03
14 1.84
21 1.80
4 2.20
15 2.32
11 2.30
15 2.45
21 2.34
22 1.97
21 1.84
28 1.75
15 2.06
25 1.94
71 1.63
28 1.63
12 1.95
44 2.01
45 2.04
45 1.88
30 1.90
41 2.21
30 2.26
41 2.41
54 2.75
80 2.75
81 2.56
54 2.62
54 2.97
61 2.86
38 3.30
18 3.61
14 3.76
5 3.41
7 3.71
- *


$
1 4.68

3 4.08
40 3.04
41 3.10
32 2.87
50 2.19
49 1.98
38 1.84
13 2.14
25 2.31
20 2.28
30 2.45
40 2.36
42 1.95
34 1.86
41 1.77
23 2.06
34 1.95
82 1.64
37 1.67
20 1.97
56 2.06
60 2.05
63 1.88
39 1.93
46 2.23
42 2.27
44 2.41
68 2.76
88 2.75
91 2.57
64 2.65
73 2.98
80 2.92
59 3.44
47 3.85
34 3.98
19 3.98
12 3.61
4 3.07
3 2.96
1 2.79


$





3
13
19
38
48~
55 2
74 2
45 2
49
74
69 ;
61 ;
59
92
82
71
65
79
86
113
73
84
90
99
65
75
72
57
50
47
304
19 4
18 4
9 4
44
63

-


-
-


.96
5.58
.15
,99
2.50
2.48
.72
.65
.04
.01
3.42
2.36
2.33
3.48
3.44
3.27
3.36
2.52
3.58
.52
3.28
3.41
3.70
3.73
3.73
5.18
3.30
5.13
.11
3.60
5.69
.16
.35
:.74
.80
.36
3.80
-*
-t
-*


ALS 327 2.23 155 1.93. 482 2.13 354 2.23 599 2.66 1,089 2.38 1,688 2.48 1,995 2.76

Total Sales, Florida grapefruit, all varieties,
all containers, all sections --------------------------- 4,519 cars Avg. $2.54
Made available
thru the cooperation of the Florida Citrus Exchange and the Federal-State Market News Service.






55 -
WYIGTED AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES M IOIDAL SEEtED & SEELESS GRAPhEBUIT
1941.42 S1AErN


PHILADELPHIA

MLA. S D G APERUIT LA. Sre SS GRAPEM~RIT
t6tdsjkStd. MIL My Stu & StC1. Riv.
Week Standard. Std.Whle- o Standard Standard Std.Wire- tdard
En.- Boxes IbnBos Cm Boxe Boxes boundBaces Boxes
ing CarslAvg. CaArsAvg.I CarAslrg- CarrslsAvrg.l a Cars Avg. CarslAvg. CarsAvg.

$, $ $ $ $ $ $ $
9/26 ..
10/3 -
10 3 4.45 3.4.45 -
17 28 2.60 6 2.13 34 2.5 -
24 15 2.28 9 2.01 242.18 8 2.38 3 2.18 11 2.32 -
31 11 2.42 6 2.08 17 2.30 2.69 12.50 8 2.67
11/7 251.85 81.71 33 1.82 2.1 3 2.43 5 2.50 -
14 25 1.66 3 1.48 28 1.64 11 2.04 3 1.88 14 2.01 -
21 41.65 4 1.65 5 2.06 131.94 7 1.66 20 1.84
28 4 216 6 1.90 3 1.60 9 1.80
12/5 4 1.86 4 1.86 5 2.29 5 2.21 3 2.02 8 2.14 4 2.47
12 1 1.85 1 1.95 2 1.90 4 2.30 7 2.24 6 2.01 13 2.13 6 2.46
19 2 2.15 2 1.77 4 1.96 5 2.45 5 2.19 4 2.11 9 2.15 8 2.47
26 3 1.82 1 2.10 4 1.89 8 2.34 6 2.21 1 2.10 7 2.19 7 2.44
S 6 1.88 1 1.58 7 1.84 4 2.09 4 2.15 5 1.98 9 2.06 5 2.63
9 1 1.97 1 1.97 7 2.05 8 1.99 8 1.88 16 1.94 7 2.61
16 2 1.68 5 1.53 7 1.57 3 1.78 7 1.79 7 1.69 14 1.74 11 2.32
23 2 1.68 2 1.68 4 2.08 8 1.86 6 1.75 14 1.81 6 2.23
30 1 1.70 1 1.70 7 2.18 2 1.98 7 1.78 9 1.82 11 2.27
2/ 6 31.55 3 1.55 10 1,88 4 1.78 51.67 91.72 11 2.24
13 4 1.91 1 1.70 8 1.81 9 1.80 15 2.16
20 1 1.61 1 61 4 2.02 5 1.80 9 1.78 141.79 10 2.27
27 4 2.19 4 2.19 3 2.32 1 2.05 61.94 7 1.96 11 2.56
3/ 6 1 1.81 1 1.81 4 2.31 10 2.08 22 1.84 32 1.91 13 2.41
13 1.85 1 1.85 6 2.00 7 1.95 9 1.86 16 1.90 15 2.40
20 6 1.90 7 1.87 11 1.78 18 1.82 20 2.21
27 1 1.85 11.55 1.70 1 1.95 2 1.90 7 1.64 9 1.70 16 2.31
4/ 3 1 2.25 12.25 5 2.0 7 2.15 12 2.17 14 2.66
10 12.05 13 2.03 4 1.99 17 2.02 20 2.50
17 5 2.35 6 2.38 11 2.37 13 2.80
24 9 2.91 20 2.61 29 2.70 19 3.33
5/1 9 2.66 16 2.35 25 2.46 22 3.04
8 2 2.45 2.45 6 2.39 23 2.36 29 2.37 18 2.92
15 2 2.55 2 2.55 7 2.72 7 2.76 14 2.74 10 3.03
22 3 2.77 2 2.58 5 2.69 10 3.02 14 2.65 24 2.80 8 3.49
29 4 2.85 2 2.65 6 2.78 10 2.98 15 2.70 25 2.81 5 3.67
6/ 5 5 2.95 5 2.95 11 3.04 5 3.02 16 3.03 5 3.86
12 4 3.72 1 3.20 5 3.62 7 3.93 3 3.98 10 3.94 1 4.87
19 6 3.55 6 3.55 12 3.56 3 4.02 15 3.65 2 4.70
26 9 2.99 9 2.99 1 4.3 1 4.32 24.3 4.66
7/ 3 5 2.59 5 259 3 3.37 3:37 -
10 5 2.08 5 2.08 2 2.78 2 2.78 -
17 2 2.16 2 2.16 -
24 2 2.48 2 2.48 -
31 1 2.78 1 2.78 .. -
8/ 7 -
TO
TALS 184 2.32 59 1.93 243 2.23 95 2.11 246 2.47 267 2.18 513 2.30 315 2.66

Total Sales, Florida grapefruit, all varieties,
all containers, all sections-------- 1,166 cars Avg. $2.36
Made available
thru the cooperation of the florida Citrus Exchange & the Federal-State Market News Service.





- 56 -


WEIGHTED AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES FIORIDA SEDED & SE~IESS GIAP'Eli~ I
1941-42 SASON


B 0 S T O N

14-A SEEDED PGRPEFRUIT SS GRAIPEUIT
k .Stds.& Std. I Stda& Std.. Ind Rir
Week Standard Wire Wizbou Standaad Standard. Std. Wire- TWiruboms S-adard
End- Boxes jU Boe s, BJoxs. IBa.xe Ca ,ma. Boxe
ing Cars vg. CarsAg. Cars Cas Avg Cs g. CasAg. CarslAvg. Cars Avg.


9/26
10/3
10
17
24
31
11/7
14
21
28
129
19
26

9
16
23
30
2/ 6
13
20
27
3/ 6
13
20
27
4/ 3
10
17
24
5/ 1
8
15
22
29
6/ 5
12
19
26
7/ 3
10
17
24
31
a P


4.90
3.10
2.48
2.27
1.81
1.67
-

2.10
1.94
1.79
-

1.81


-












2.55
3.13
2.95
2.76
-
*


1.93
2.17

1.52
1.35





-
-





1.73











2.84
-
-


4.90
3.10
2.26
2.17
2.27
1.74
1.35
1.67
-

3.10
1.94
1.79

1.81

1.73

1.97
1.44


2.33


.i

2.84
3.11
2.55
3.13
2.95
2.76


$


-e -



2 2.08
4 2.03
5 2.12
2 2.37
1 2.29
2 2.62
2 2.56
10 2.32
14 1.87
8 1.64
3 1.93
5 2.05
5 1.92
5 2.16
7 2.07
9 2.18
7 2.13
9 1.98
6 1.83
2 1.91
1 2.82
1 2.75
1 2.56
1 2.53
- -


- -


- -
- -

3 2.76
2 2.78
1 2.56
2 2.42
8 1.91
3 2.33
1 2.37
2 2.39
1 2.51
1 2.36
1 2.36
3 1.84
1 2.10
2 1.88
3 2.32
2 2.36
2 2.27
2 2.11
6 1.97
2 1.97
1 1.88
3 2.72
3 2.51
2 2.65
4 3.05
4 2.74
5 2.84
5 3.34
7 3.21
4 3.57
2 4.08
2 3.54
1 2.46
-- M


*


2.35
2.22


1 2.36
1 1.57
1 1.84
3 1.93
2 2.01
1 2.12
4 2.24
5 2.13
3 1.78
41.57
2 1.80
1 1.94

1 2.54
3 2.82
4 2.42
5 2.66
2 2.92
2 2.35
1 3.35

- -
-e -


$



2 2.76
2 2.78
3 2.42
3 2.35
8 1.91
2 2.33
1 2.37
2 2.39
1 2.51
1 2.36
2 2.36
4 1.77
1 1.84
4 1.97
4 1.94

4 2.27
6 2.28
7 2.17
5 1.91
10 1.81
4 1.89
2 1.91
3 2.72
4 2.52
2 2.65
7 2.95
8 2.58
10 2.75
7 3.22
9 3.02
4 3.57
1 3.35
2 4.08
2 3.54
1 2.46
- -


1 3.40
- -r
-

2 2.33
3 2.56
7 2.49
10 2.64
8 2.97


11
11
20
6
8
13
19
15
11
22
19
18
21
15
15
29
24
22
24
11
7
10
12
9
4
2


2.74
2.50
1.99
2.36
2.50
2.34
2.33
2.56
2.71
2.65
2.40
2.27
2.34
2.45
2.83
2.79
2.94
2.95
3.00
3.02
3.59
3.38
3.80
4.31
4.56
4.16

-


a/ -

TALS 41 2.54 12 1.87 53 2.39 112-2.07 89 2.60 49 2.23 138 2.47 409 2.74

Total Sales, Florida grapefruit, all varieties,
all containers, all sections ---- --- ---- 712 cars Avg. $2.55
Made available.
thr the cooperation of the Florida Citrus Exchange & the Federal-State Market News Service.






57 -
WEIGHTED AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES ORIDA SEMED & ) SEESS GRAPiEUIT
1941-42 SEASON


PITTSBURGH

FhA, SE~ ED CaRAPEFRJIT FA. SEEDLESS GRAPEFRUIT
s.& Std I I.Riv.' tda&Std. Ind.Riv.
Week Stanard StdWire- Standard Standad Si. Wire- wirebguns Stancda
End- Boxes o ndBoes C e Boxos Boxes bundBes Boxes
ing CarsAvg. Cars Avg. CarsJAvg. as [Ag. CaxssAvg. CsT EC Avg. Casrs g. Avg.

$ $ .$ $ .$ $
9/26 -
10/3 -
10 -
17 6 2.48 4 2.33 10 2.42 -
24 3 2.23 2 2.21 5 2.22 1 2.63 1 2.63 -
31 5 2.25 5 2.25 -
11/7 51.70 5 1.70 1 2.20 1 2.20 -
4 4 1.55 4 1.55 .
28 -
12/5 -
12 1 2.01 1 2.01
19 1 1.89 1 1.89
26 a a a a .ap a a a a a a


16
23 1 2.15 1 1.48 2 1.82 -
30 21.99 1 1.74 3 1.91 -
2/ 6 1.98 1 1.98 -
13 -1 1.62 2 1.66 3 1.64 -
20 1 1.44 11.44 1 2.12 1 2.03 2 2.08 -
27 12.19 1 2.19
3/ 6 -
13 1 a a a 3 1.88 3 1.88 a
20 1 1.45 1.45 2.09 2 1.68 5 1.93 -
27 1 1.83 11.83 2.13 1 1.41 4 1.95 -
4/ 3 2 2.24 2 1.92 4 2.08 -
10 5 2.19 1 2.00 6 2.16 -
17 2 2.45 2 2.86 4 2.65 -
24 5 2.76 6 2.40 11 2.56 -
5/1 6 2.90 5 2.28 11 2.62 -
8 6 2.85 6 2.34 12 2.59 -
15 1 2.86 1 2.76 2.81 -
22 3 3.06 3 2.76 6 2.91 -
29 1 3.59 3 2.89 4 3.07 -
6/ 5 1 3.12 2 2.67 3 2.82 -
12 1 3.57 1 3.57 -
19 1 3.36 1 3.36 -
26 a. a a a -
7/ 3 a .a .a ..
10
17 .....
24
31
8/ 7

ALS 12 2.35 21 1.96 33 2.10 48 2.55 44 2.26 92 2.41 -

Total Sales, Florida grapefruit, all varieties,
all containers, all sections ---------------------- 125 cars Avg. $2.33
Made available
thru the cooperation o: the Florida Citrus Exchange & the Federal-State Market News Service.






-58-
WEGHTED AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES ORIDA SEDED & SEEDLESS GrAPMEJIT
1941-42 SASN


CLEVELAND

A.. SEED GCAPEERUIT I~A. MEDLESS RAPCEFUIT
I jtdia & Stbdl iv. Inid. Riv.
Week Stanard S. Wire-ianar Standar StWire- StIanrs StandaardS
End- Boxes boundBcam Boxe Boxes Avg. nBasAvs Camb aned Boxes
ing CaaslAvg. Caxs|Avg. Cars|Avg.| CarsjArg. Cars|Avg. Cars [Avg. Cars [Avg. Cars Avg.


1941
9/26
10/3
10
17
24
31
11/7
14
21
28
12/5
12
19.
26

9.
16
23
30
2/ 6
13
20
27
3/ 6
13
20
27
4/ 3
10
17
24
5/ 1
8
15
22
29
6/ 5
12
19
26
7/ 3
10
17
24
31
8/ 7


0-
TLS 23 2.34 12 1.99 35 2.21 2 1.98 63 2.93 37 2.46 99 2.76 -

Total Sales, Florida grapefruit, all varieties,
all containers, all sections ------------------- 136 oars Avg. $2.61
Made available
thru the cooperation of the Florida Citrus Exchange & the Federal-State Market News Service.


$ $ $ $ $ 8 $ $
- a -- -
- -
9 2.80 9 2.80- -
51.93 81.95 13 1.94 32.04 12.05 42.04
1 2.14 1 2.14 1 2.01 1 2.01 -
1 1.25 1 1.25 -
- 1 1.77 1 1.77 -







2 2.05 2 2.05 1 1 .
11.46 1 1.46



SIN I1 1 1 1 1e 1 2.16 1 1 2.16 1
1 2.44 ..
- -196 1 1.62 2 1.79
-1 2.34 1 2.05 1 2.05 -




. .. .. 3 2.53 1 1.71 4 2.32
.- 71 5 2.71
S2.9 1 1. 2 2.0 1 -2.80
.- .a 1.1 -i- -
. 1. 1 a 1.- -










1 2.26 1 2.26 03.14 4 2.72 14 3.02 -
1 2.22 2. 8 2.85 8 2.52 16 2.69
- a 8 3.08 4 3.04 12 3.07 -
- 7 3.06 7 2.54 14 2.80 -
- 1 2.5 2.5 - 2 2.56 2 2.56 -
.. .- 3.31 9 3.3 -
a a 1 a.94 3.42 -
22.2 a9 a.1 22.21 a00 11.94 31.6 9 41.7 58 a

- 1 3.96 1 3.42 1 3.79



S12.2 1. 1 4 4. 14 30 2
12.2 12.2 82.8 82.5 16.6 -
-- a 73.0 72.5 14.8 a a
S -. a a 93.3 93.31 a
a a a a a a a a
a- a a a a a a






59 -

WEIGHTED AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES FLRIDA SEEDED & SEEILC SS GEPEEJIT
1941-42 SASO


CH I C A G

FA. SZE=* ) GERATFL 'JIT 3FJA. LSEESS GQAPi3EUIT

Week Standard Std.Wrle- s&S Stan Standard S ds
" End- Boxes boundBaes Boxes Boxes IboundBses bn Boxes
ing CarsAvg. Cars Avg. Carsx Arg. Cars Avg. Cars Avg. CarsAvg. Cars Avg. CarslAvg.

S $ $8 $ $ $ $ $
9/26 -
10/3 -
10
17 9 2.28 1 1.77 10 2.23 3 3.02 3 3.02
24 4 2.17 2.17 2.49 1 2.45 7 2.48 -
31 1 2.24 12.24 11.96 1 1.82 2 1.89 -
11/7 -
14 3 2.16 3 2.16 -
21 1 1.46 1 1.53 2 1.50 -
28 .

19 2 2.69 i 2.69 ...
2 1 - -
12/5 a a a a -







2/ 6 1 2.41 1 1.41 2 1.91
13 1 a a 1 -
2 1 2.6 2.65 -
27 1 .66 1 .63 -
3/ 6 13.05 .0- .8 88
13 1 3.18 1 3.18 -

27 2 2.44 1 2 2.44 1 1 I 1.77 1 1 1.77
4/3 1 2 1 2.22
12 1 2.92 1 1.4 2.92 2 2.3 3 -
24 - -1. 1 1. 4 3.07 3 2.34 7 2.76
5/ 1 .. 9 3.23 7 3.03 16 3.14 -
8 1 2.9 1 2.90 19 3.07 17 .53 36 .82
15 2 2.58 .58 -9 297 7 2.54 26 2 .85 3.84
1223 1 -13 3.26 10 2.79 23 3.06
29 0 3.50 7 3.17 17 3.36 1 4.07
6/ 12 3.25 7 2.72 19 3.05
12 13.56 - 56 6 3.58 1 3.37 7 3.55
8 1 2.90 a a 1 2.90 19 3.07 17 2.53 36 2.89 2 a
2o a r a a a a a 13 3.26 102.79 23a3.06 -r i

6/ 5 a al a -a 12 3.25 7 2.72 19 3.05 -
19 a a -
26 a --a a -
7/ 3 -
10 -
17 .. -
24 -
31 .. a a a a
8/ 7 -
TO- 33 2.42 4 1.56 37 2.32 107 3.09 62 2.70 169 2.95 2 3.96
TALKS

Total Sales, Florida graE]efruit, all varieties,
all containers, all sections --------------------------- 208 cars Avg. $2.83
Made available
thru the cooperation of the Florida Citrus Exchange & the Federal-State Market News Service.






60-
WEICITED AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES FOIDA. & SEDLESS GBAPEMUIT
1941-42 SEASON
,*L O I S 1
S T. L 0 U I S

FLA. ,SEED GRAPEFRUIT I A. SEEDLESS GRAPM;RUI
bds&S IdRiv' Stds,& Std. Ind.,iv,
Week Standad Std. ire- Wi.eou&s Standard Standard Std.Wire- Wxiebonis Standa.id
End- oes boundBo Combied Boes Boes oundis Cm d Boxes
ing CarsIAvg. Cas Avg. CarslAvg. CeAs|Avg. CarslAvg. Cars Avg. Cas Avg. Cars Avg.
$ $ $ $ $ 8 $
9/26s .- .- -
10/3 ... ....- -
10- .
17 2.16 12.16 -
24 -- a -
31- -
11/7 -
14 1 -
21 -.- -
28

19 -


16 .. ... -. .. -


21 -6- .
13 ... .. .. .. .
29 eq a3a a. a a3a



6/ .. .. - a .. a a a
20
3/ 6 a a a a v r e -
13 .
20 .. -a a a- q -
27 s- ao --a-. -
4/ 3 a a 1 1a61 1 1.61 -

24 1 - 2.40 - 12. 40
5/ 1 1 3.15 4 .03 5 3. 05 -
8 4 2.87 11 .47 15 2.58 -
15 4 3.1 4 2.74 8 2.93 -
22 2 3.04 3 3.04 5 3.04 -
29 -4 3.16 3 3.12 7 3.14 -
6/ 5 ., a 1 2.94 2 2.58 3 2.70 -
12 1 2.83 1 2.83 -
19 . a a a- a a -
26 a a a a a a a a a a a -
7/3 3 .. ..
10 .. -
17 -
24 -.. a a a a -
31 a aa -
8/ 7

S 1 216 1 2.16 19 2.96 312.61 50 2.74

Total Sales, Florida grapefruit, all varieties,
all containers, all sections ---------.--- ----- 51 cars Avg. $2.73
Made available
thru bhe cooperation of the Florida Citrus Exchange & the Federal-State Market News Service.






- 61 -


WEIGHED AVnIAGE AUCTION PRICES FIRIDA SE=ED & SD5LESS IGAPEgRUIT
1941.42 SEASON


CINCIN NATI

FLA, SEEDED G Cap'RUIT FLA. SEEDLESS GAPI~ FRUITT
stdasA & Ind.v. I Stdas& Std.- Ind..Riv.
Week Standard S Wire- Wire Standard Standard Std.Wre- rebounds Standard
End- Boxes_ ndB s.. Boxes Boxes tnlB ,Is Cro Boxes
ci CarsAvg. CarsAvg.l Caxs Avg. Cars -Mg. Cars Avg. CsAvg. CarsAvg. Cars Avg.

$ $ .$ $ $ $ $ $
9/26
10/3 -
10 6.05 1 6.05 5.75 1 5.75 -
17 14 2.86 7 2.29 21 2.67 3 2.79 3 2.79 -
24 5 1.99 9 1.77 14 1.85 1 1.80 1 1.80 -
31 5 1.96 5 1.69 10 1.83 -
11/7 3 1.79 3 1.70 6 1.75 -
14 1 1.76 3 1.44 4 1.52 -1 1.59 1 1.59 -
21 2.03 1 2.03 2 2.03 -
28 1 2.04 1 2.04 -
12/5
12 -- -
19 1 1.86 1 1.86 -
26 11.66 1 1.66 1 1.68 2 1.92 3 1.84

9 1.38 1 1.38 1 1.53 1.53 -
16 11.56 1 56 -
23 1 2.13 2 1.68 3 1.83
30 2 1.62 21.62 11.44 -
2/ 6 1 2.00 1 2.00 -
13 1 1.91 11.57 1.74 -
20 2 1.75 2 1.75 -
27 1 1.77 1.77 -
3/ 6 2 1.80 21.80 -
13 12.61 12.61 3 1.76 3 1.76
20 1 1.85 4 1.63 5 1.67 -
27 11.60 11.60 1 1.93 7 1.32 8 1.40
4/ 3 -.. 3 2.03 1 1.43 4 1.88
10 1 2.74 12.74 3 2.38 3 2.38 -
17 2 2.23 22.23 2.38 10 2.09 16 2.20 -
24 1 3.18 1 3.18 1 2.71 6 2.83 7 2.81 -
5/ 1 6 2.85 8 2.49 14 2.64 -
8 1 3.16 13.16 7 2.68 8 2.40 15 2.53 -
15 1 1.80 11.80 8 2.78 11 2.65 19 2.70 -
22 3 3.32 11 2.38 14 2.58 -
29 2 2.87 4 2.98 6 2.94 -
6/ 5 1 2.15 1 2.15 6 3.18 3 2.51 9 2.96 -
12 .. .. 2 3.31 2 3.31 -
19- -
26 1 3.21 1 3.21 -
7/ 3 v a r ai -
10 ..- - .
17 a -
S 24 .
31 -
8/7 -
TO- 42 2.46 30 1.82 72 2.19 1 1.44 58 2.68 91 2.23 149 2.40 -
TALS

Total Sales, Florida grapefruit, all varieties,
all containers, all sections --------------------- -------, 222 cars Avg. $2.33
Made available
thru the cooperation of the Florida Citrus Exchange & the Federal-State Market News Service.







62 -

WEIMHTED AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES TIORIDA SE=ID & SEqIESS GAlMIRUIT

1941 a2 SEASON


DE T ROI T


FLA. SEEDD GRAP~SUIIT FLA. SEEDLESS GCAP~FIJIT

tds e.& Std Sbds&Std; Idva- P>i
Week Standard. Si. Wire- e ds andad Sadad Std.Wi- Standard
End- Bores bondB o es Bo es bcndBoes Combaed Boxes
ng Cars Cars Avgg. lAv. g. Cars g Cars Avg. CarsAg. Cars Avg.
I qA.1


9/26
10/3
10
17
24
31
11/7
14
21
28
12/5
12
19
26




16
23
30
2/ 6
13
20
27
3/ 6
13
20
27
4/ 3
10
17
24
5/ 1
8
15
22
29
6/ 5
12
19
26
7/ 3
10
17
24
31
8/ 7


$


S..

6 2.73
2. 2.12
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1 2.36
5 2.07


1 1.78
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7 2.63
7 2.08


1 1.78
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3 2.9

2 2.76
7 3.06
10 2.95
6 2.93
3 2.83
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1 3.89
-













5 3.58
1 4.05
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$


- -
- -


1 2.34


- -




















1 1.8

2 1.59
2 1.78
2 1.61

1 2.10
1 2.64
1 2.96
8 2.46
6 2.73
1 3.05
3 3.24
4 2.68
1 3.06
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4 2.69
1 2.14
2.o



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2 2.02







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2 1.80




1 1.85

2 1.59
2 1.78
2 1.61

4 2.71
3 2.72
8 3.05
18 2.73
12 2.83
4 2.88
4 3.40
9 3.18
2 3.56







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TALS

Total Sales, Florida grapefruit, all varieties,
all containers, all sections -------------- 98 cars Avg. $2.64

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






63 -

WEIGHTED AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES FILDIDA SEEDED & SEEDESS GAPEIUIT
1941-42 SEASON


BALTIMORE

sA. SEEDED GAPERUI;T FLA. SEEDLESS GRAPEFRUIT

Stas.& Std. Ind.Riv Stds.& S .Ri
Week Standard Std. Wire- WVhI Standard. Standard Std.Wire- Wirembunds Standard
End- Boxes ,boumdBces r, e Boxes Box e_ undcBoms nm naB Boxes
i Cars Avg. CarsAv-g. Cars Avg. CarslAvg. Cars Avg. Cs g. CarslAvg. CarslAvg.


9/26
10/3
10
17
24
31
11/7
14
21
28
12/5
12
19
26

1,
9
16
23
30
2/ 6
13
20
27
3/ 6
13
20
27
4/ 3
10
17
24
5/ 1
8
15
22
29
6/ 5
12
19
26
7/ 3
10
17
24
31


3.90
2.52
1.95
2.20
,




















2.05



2.63
2.90

1.95



4.30
4.15
3.73
2.60


2.18
1,60
2.00
2.18
1.64



2.15

2.15

2.00


1.95
2.00





2.00
2.00

2.05


-
2.45




3.10
2.95
..


3.90
2.35
1.72
2.10
2.18
1.64
-
-

2 o1
2.15

2.15

2.00


1.95
2.00





2.00
2.00
2.05
2.05

2.45
2.63
2.90
.I
1.95
3.10
2.95

4.30
4.15
3.73
2.60
-


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I
-





M




2.30~
I



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2.10





-
-
-

-
w

-


,


-
-







1.75
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1.85








2.33

2.75
2.68
2.79
3.03
3.18
3.63
4.15
4.27
3.25
,,


I
-

- 7

-


1.83

1.60

1.65
1.40





1.85


2.25
2.55
2.57
2.75
2.20
2.65
3.15
.,
-


2 1.83

1 1.60
-.

2 1.75
1 1.40
- --




1 1.85

22.33
1 2.25
7 2.64
5 2.61
5 2.78
3 2.75
3 3.00
3 3.47
2 4.15
4 4.27
1 3.25

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-

-

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-
-

-
-
-
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L
r
I
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2.35
-

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-
-
-






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S 17 2.94 24 2.06 41 2.43 2 3.20 26 3.13 18 2.28 44 2.78 1 2.35

Total Sales, Florida grapefruit, all varieties,
all containers, all sections ----- ----------- 88 cars Avg. $2.60

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






64-
WEIGHTED AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES Fl n IDA E & SEEDLESS GRAPRUIT
1941-42 SEASON


TOTAL ALL CITIES

FLA. SEEDED GRAPFRJIT FLA. SEEDLESS CRAPW RUIT
-s. Sd Ifd&Std. Ina.Piv
Week Standard Std. Wire- ji-o Stanrd Standard Std.Wire- irebl nds
End -. B.oxe~ boadB SrBoses Boxes Boxes boundBor s Caribn Boxes
ing Caxs|Avg. CaUs|Ag. CarsfAvg. Cars Avg. Cars Avg. CarsXAvg. Cars JAvg. ars Avg.


9/26
10/3
10
17
24
31
11/7
14
21
28
12/5
12
19
26

9
16
23
30
2/ 6
13
20
27
3/ 6
13
20
27
4/ 3
10
17
24
5/ 1
8
15
22
29
6/ 5
12
19
26
7/ 3
10
17
24
31
8/ 7


$

9 4.47
110 2.68
83 2.41
53 2.40
77 1.88
59 1.74
19 1.72
6 1.63
8 1.96
6 2.09
10 2.35
13 2.07


1.84
1.78
1.78
1.74
1.76
1.97
1.85
1.93
1.97
2.15
2.24
1.96
2.07
2.12
2.36
2.44
2.68
2.67
2.65
2.37
2.97
2.82
2.91
3.44
3.42
3.13
2.73
2.12
2.26
2.43
2.78
w


2.22
2,01
2.09
1.77
1.63
1.55
1.53
1.89
1.99
1.80
2.03
1.93
1.69
1.55
1.66
1.84
1.70
1.66
1.74
1.95
2.00
1.88
1.80
1.31
2.05
2.23
2.15
1.71
2.41
2.00
1.97
2.65
2.72
2.46
3.20

-


9 4.47
134 2.60
143 2.24
88 2.28
113 1.85
105 1.69
26 1.67
7 1.62
10 1.94
10 2.05
13 2.22
19 2.06
20 1.86
13 1.76
19 1.68
12 1.69
10 1.78
15 1.81
8 1.80
14 1.85
13 1.96
13 2.08
12 2.15
8 1.88
16 1.79
5 2.11
4 2.33
11 2.33
11 2.59
7 2.56
13 2.30
9 2.28
9 2.83
17 2.76
12 2.80
10 3.42
12 3.42
22 3.13
9 2.73
6 2.12
4 2.26
3 2.43 *
1 2.78


3.08
3.08
2.56
2.26
2.22
2.00
2.27
2.43
2.52
2.40
2.18
1.89
1.83
1.95
2.05
1.99
2.05
2.05
2.16
2.24
2.09
1.94
2.06
2.43
2.51
2.79
2.75
2.56
2.78
2.72
2.95
3.48
-


$
1 4.68
1 5.75
9 3.29
60 2.82
50 2.99
27 2.88
55 2.19
57 2.00
25 1.90
16 2.17
19 2.26
16 2.25
23 2.35
24 2.35
30 1.94
24 1.84
23 1.85
13 2.05
18 1.90
15 1.75
18 1.90
12 2.08
26 2.17
24 2.04
36 1.91
19 2.01
17 2.21
36 2.23
32 2.47
43 2.84
63 2.96
76 2.83
72 2.90
67 3.09
56 3.19
72 3.39
50 3.89
38 3.97
18 4.07
9 3.32
6'2.97
3 2.96
1 2.79
- -


$
-
-

10 2.43
5 2.45
14 2.57
15 1.98
22 1.79
24 1.78
7 2.12
21 2.23
16 2.23
18 2.37
26 2.27
31 1.96
31 1.80
38 1.74
28 1.92
32 1.90
83 1.64
42 1.68
23 1.99
74 1.96
63 1.98
71 1.81
50 1.76
57 2.13
39 2.22
65 2.33
92 2.68
132 2.69
169 2.50
100 2.66
106 2.81
101 2.86
62 3.08
26 3.60
17 3.80
5 3.41
7 3.71
,,

-


$
'1 4.68
1 5.75
9 3.29
70 2,76
55 2.94
41 2.77
70 2.15
79 1.94
49 1.84
23 2.15
40 2.24
32 2.24
41 2.36
50 2.31
61 1.95
55 1.82
61 1.78
41 1.96
50 1.90
98 1.66
60 1.75
35 2.02
100 2.01
87 2.00
107 1.84
69 1.83
74 2.15
75 2.23
97 2.38
135 2.73
195 2.77
245 2.60
172 2.76
173 2.92
157 2.98
134 3.25
76 3.79
55 3.91
23 3.92
16 3.41
6 2.97
3 2.96
1 2.79


$
-



3
33
13
19
40
55 2
68
92
60.
65
92
100
73
78
116
116
96
87
115
120
151
110
113
125
141
108
119
114
79
65
63
47
29
24
13 4
46
6
-


-



3.77
S.58
3.15
3.99
3.49
2.48
3.67
3.63
.96
3.94
3.44
3.28
3.32
3.45
2.41
3.27
3.38
3.55
3.57
2.48
3.27
3.36
3.66
3.70
3.75
3.15
3.19
3.07
3.10
3.59
3.64
L.04
1.35
1.71
1.68
4.36
3.80
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TAS 687 2.32 328 1.92 1015 2.19 566 2.18 1,300 2.68 1,722 2.35 3,022 2.49 2,722 2.75

Total Sales, Florida grapefruit, all varieties,
all containers, all sections ---- ---------- -----. 7,325 cars Avg. $2.52
Made available
thru the cooperation of the Florida Citrus Exchange & the Federal-State Market News Service.





65 -
WEIGTED AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES GM~PEMUIT (ALL VARIETIES)
1941-42 SASON


NEW YORK CITY PHILADELPHIA

FLoRIDA TEAS fl A TAS
Stds. & Std. Indian River Sts. & Std. Stds.&Std. IndianRiver Stds.&Std.
Wire-bounds Wie-bounds s e-bou.s Wire-bounds
Week Combined~ Sid Boxe Combied CQabined Std., Boxes Cqnbined
Enaing Cars vgAvg. Cars Av. CarslAvg. CarslAvg. Cars Avg. CarslAvg


1941
9/26
10/ 3
10
17
24
31
11/ 7
14
21
28
12/ 5
12
19
26

9
16
23
30
2/ 6
13
20
27
3/ 6
13
20
27
4/ 3
10
17
24
5/ 1
8
15
22
29
6/ 5
12
19
26
7/ 3
10
17
24
31
8/ 7


1 $4.68 -

3 4.032 -
A4 2.86
)3 2.68 5 $3.08
)1 2.70 11 3.24
)4 2.20 13 2.80
)2 1.94 26 2.72
58 1.91 39 2.63
i4 1.81 60 2.30
19 2.10 60 2.43
51 2.27 73 2.66
36 2.29 95 2.62
U1 2.38 62 2.87


2.25
1.91
1.82
1.75
2.02
1.93
1.66
1.70
1.91
2.05
2.04
1.88
1.91
2.22
2.26
2.39
2.75
2.74
2.53
2.63
2.98
2.90
3.39
3.81
3.93
3.80
3.61
2.92
2.72
2.57


2.71
2.28
2.29
2.25
2.39
2.40
2.24
2.31
2.45
2.56
2.49
2.25
2.39
2.69
2.72
2.73
3.18
3.30
3.12
3.08
3.60
3.66
4.14
4.35
4.74
4.80
4.36
3.80
-


- -

4 $3.86
17 3.08
17 3.30
37 2.74
36 2.44
31 2.01
32 1.85
33 2.26
25 2,34
24 2.29
15 2.44
20 2.29
20 1.95
21 1.73
19 2.10
24 2.25
17 2.14
10 2.11
8 2.64
12 2.81
15 3.00
26 2.29
20 2.47
13 2.50
18 2.56
13 2.59
8 2.97
9 3.34
3 4.39
3 3.98





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- -

3 $4.45
34 2.52
35 2.22
25 2.42
38 1.91
42 1.76
24 1.81
9 1.80
12 2.04
15 2.10
13 2.09
11 2.08
16 1.96
17 1.94
21 1.68
16 1.79
10 1.81
12 1.68
9 1.80
15 1.78
11 2.04
33 1.91
17 1.90
18 1.82
11 1.70
13 2.18
17 2.02
11 2.37
29 2.70
25 2.46
31 2.37
16 2.72
29 2.78
31 2.80
21 3.01
15 3.83
21 3.62
10 3.12
8 2.88
7 2.28
2 2.16
2 2.48
1 2.78
,. -


- -
- -




5$2.06
4 2.16
9 2.37
10 2.40
13 2.46
15 2.39
9 2.39
14 2.33
14 2.20
10 2.17
18 2.23
21 2.07
19 2.11
14 2.20
14 2.51
17 2.39
21 2.28
26 2.14
17 2.29
14 2.66
21 2.48
13 2.80
19 3.33
22 3.04
18 2.92
10 3.03
8 3.49
5 3.67
5 3.86
1 4.87
2 4.70
2 4.66
* Ml
1 '


- **

2 $3.75
5 3.24
6 2.94
13 2.65
19 2.46
12 2.21
21 2.45
12 2.37
7 2.66
19 2.63
12 2.47


11
S14
10
17
25
19
8
13
13
14
19
16
15
16
11
4
5
2
2


-
-*


-


2.21
2.36
2.35
2.52
2.13
2.04
2.18
2.36
2.46
2.65
2.54
2.38
2.49
2.56
2.56
3.09
3.53
4.05
4.00



.a


TOTAL 2,170 2.40 2349 2.68 550 2.42 756 2.27 410 2.53 362 2.48

Total Sales, Florida, all varieties, conQ Total Sales, Fla., all varieties, contain-
tainers & sections- 4,519 cars Avg. $2.54 ers & sections- 1,166 cars Avg. $2.36
Made available
thru the cooperation of the Florida Citrus Exchange & the Federal-State Market News Service,





66 -

WEIGHTED AVERAGE ACTION PRICES GRAPE9IT (AL VARIETIES)
1941-42 SEASON


B 0 S T 0 N XPITTSBURGH

FLRIDA TEAS ERImA. ITEAS
Stds.& Std. IndianRiver Stds. & Std. St.& Std. Indianiiver Stds.& Std.
Wire-bound.s Wi-e-bounds Wire-bounds Wire-bounds
Week Combined Std. Bose. Combined Cambined Std. Boxes Coabined
Ending Cars IAvg. CarsjAvg. Ca|slAvg. Cars lIvg. CCaxrsAvg. Cars Avg.


3941
9/26
10/ 3
10
17
24
31
11/ 7
14
21
28
12/ 5
12
19
26

9
16
23
30
2/ 6
13
20
27
3/ 6
13
20
27
4/ 3
10
17
24
5/ 1
8
15
22
29
6/ 5
12
19
26
7/ 3
10
17
24
31
8/ 7


- -

1 $4.90
5 3.10
12 2.34
4 2.48
7 2.33
11 1.90
9 1.85
1 1.67
2 2.33
1 2.37
2 2.39
2 2.31
2 2.15
3 2.17
4 1.77
1 1.84
5 1.94
4 1.94

5 2.16
6 2.28
7 2.17
6 1.92
11 1.77
4 1.89
2 1.91
3 2.72
5 2.48
2 2.65
7 2.95
8 2.58
10 2.75
7 3.22
10 3.00
7 3.37
2 2.95
4 3.60
6 3.15
3 2.66
* -

- -


- -
- -

1 $3.40
2 2.08
4 2.03
7 2.18
5 2.48
8 2.47
12 2.64
10 2.89
21 2.54
25 2.15
28 1.89
9 2.22
13 2.32
18 2.22
24 2.29
22 2.40
20 2.47
29 2.52
28 2.26
24 2.16
23 2.21
15 2.45
16 2.83
29 2.79
25 2.93
23 2.93
25 2.98
11 3.02
7 3.59
10 3.38
12 3.80
9 4.31
4 4.55
2 4.16


- A.

2 $3.10
1 2.87
4 2.63
3 2.36
3 2.37
9 2.28
4 2.33
7 2.23
3 2.52
2 2.69
1 2.12
7 2.08
4 1.51

2 2.15
2 1.92
2 1.97

1 2.88
1 3.00
1 2.32
1 2.37
1 2.65






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10 $2.42
6 2.29
5 2.25
6 1.78
4 1.55


1 2.01
1 1.89


2 $3.05
2 3.19
3 2.97
5 2.58
8 2.28
9 2.21
8 2.18
8 2.09
8 2.36
9 2.49
5 2.54

6 2.41
LO 2.15
8 2.22
8 2.15
9 2.08
L1 2.01
8 2.16
5 2.35
7 2.32
LO 2.26
9 2.47
8 2.27
8 2.30
LO 2.35
7 2.32
1 2.91
1 3.05
1 3.07




- -
,,, ..
- -
-, -d


1.82
1.91
1.98
1.64
1.87
2.19
1.8?
1.85
1.93
2.08
2.16
2.65
2.56
2.62
2.59
2.81
2.91
3.07
2.82
3.57
3.36

*-


TOTAL '191 2.45 521 2.59 61 2.30 125 2.33 194 2.31

Total Sales, Florida, all varieties, con- Total Sales, Fla., all varieties, contain-
tainers & sections- 712 cars Avg. $2.55 ers & sections- 125 cars Avg. $2,33
Made available
thru the cooperation of the Florida Citrus Exchange & the Federal-State Market News Service.






67 -
WEIGuEID AVERAGE AUCTION PBICES GRAPEFUIT (ALL VARIETIES)
1941-42 SEAU3N


CLEVELAND CHICAGO

FLORIDA -TAS. FRIDRA TI AS
Stds. & Std, IMdian River Sts. & Std. Stda & Std. India River Stas. & Std.
Wire-bounds Wirire-bounds Wire-bounds Wire-b ouns
Week CO mbined S__ Boxes Combinoed Cabined Std. Bqxes Combined
Ending C Av CasAvg. arsAvg. CarsAvg. CarslAvg. CarsAvg. rsAg.


9/26
10/ 3
10
17
24
31
11/ 7
14
21
28
12/ 5
12
19
28

9
16
23
30
2/ 6
13
20
27
3/ 6
13
2)0
27
4/ 3
10
17
24
5/ 1
8
15
22
29
6/ 5
12
19
26
7/ 3
10
17
24
31
18


$2.80
1.96
2.08
1.25
1.77








2.05
-




1.46
-






2.16
2.44
1.90
1.79
2.05
2.32
2.71
2.60
2.97
2.66
3.07
2.80
2.55
3.31
3.59
8,05


-


$1.61
-






2.34
-
-

-
-


$3.87
2.49
2.46
2.35
2.29
2.01
1.76
1.80
2.25
2.29
2.26

2.14
1.94
2.17
1.99
1.91
1.89
2.05
2.26
2.22
2.18
2.38
2.18
1.92
2.39
2.55
2.72
2.60
2.75

-


$2.41
2.37
2.01

2.16
1.50


2.69
1.66





1.91
1.51
2.65
2.63
2.47
3.18

2.22
2.23

2.31
2.76
3.14
2.82
2.83
3.06
3.36
3.05
3.55

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r



m

m




4.07
-
-
-


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19 $3.59
27 2.78
25 2.18
29 2.09
29 2.21
27 1.89
30 1.87
24 1.92
25 2.12
31 2.28
25 2.13

28 2.01
31 1.98
35 2.04
35 2.07
30 1.89
39 1.83
32 1.90
19 2.18
25 2.30
37 2.16
32 2.13
36 2.01
33 2.09
37 2.13
27 2.36
30 2.55
17 2.90
9 3.03
1 3.90



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TOTAL 134 2.62 2 1.98 388 2.20 206 2.82 2 3.96 824 2.17

Total Sales, Florida, all varieties, con- I Total Sales, Fla., all varieties, ontain-
tainers & sections- 136 cars Avg. $2.61 ers & sections- 2308 cars Avg. $2.83


Made available
the Florida Citrus Exchange & the Federal-State


Market News Service.


thru the cooperation of





68 -

WEIGHTED AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES GRAPEBUIT (AU VARIETIES)
1941-42 SEASON


ST. LOUIS CINCINNATI

IORI AS D TKURIDA I TAS
Stds. & Std. Indian ive Stcs.& Std. Stds. & Std. IndimRiver Stds & Std.
Wire-bounls Wire.bounds Wire-bounds Wire-bounds
Week Combined Std. Boxes Combined Combined Std. Boxes Combined
Ending Cars|Avg. Cars Avg. .Cars Avg. Cars Avg. CarslAvg. CarslAvg.


1341
9/26
10/ 3
10
17
24
31
11/ 7
14
21
28
12/ 5
12
19
26


9
16
23
30
2/ 6
13
20
27
3/ 6
13
20
27
-4/ 3
10
17
24
5/ 1
8
15
22
29
6/ 5
12
19
26
7/ 3
10
17
24-
31
8/ 7


w


$2.16
-
-





-














1.61

1.93
2.40
3.05
2.58
2.93
3.04
3.14
2.70
2.83
-


$3.30
2.09
1.95
1.82
1.70
1,59
1.53
1.62
1.70
1.80
1.66

1.57
1.66
1.66
1.67
1.56
1.58
1.70
1.87
1.80
1.86
1.84
1.64
1.75
1.92
2.21
2.08
2.46
3.05
2.92


$5.90
2.69
1.85
1.83
1.75
1.53
2.03
2.04
2 .O


1.86
1.79


1.45
1.56
1.83
1.62
2.00
1.74
1.75
1.77
1.80
1.97
1.67
1.42
1.88
2.47
2.20
2.86
2.64
2.57
2.66
2.58
2.94
2.87
3.31

3.21


-
-
-
-
$1.44
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-

-


$3.56
2.39
2.85
2.57
2.47
2.05
2.12
2.07
2.21
2.38
2.14

1.98
1.92
2.02
2.02
1.88
1.81
1.98
2.05
2.23
2.19
2.12
2.09
1.97
2.10
2.67
2.67
2.83
3.88
-
-,


TOTAL 51 2.73 506 1.83 221 2.33 1 1.44 380 2.20

Total Sales, Florida, all varieties, con- Total Sales, Fla., all varieties, conain-
tainers & sections- 51 cars Avg. $2.73 ers & sections- 222 cars Avg. $2.33
Made available
thru the cooperation of the Florida Citrus Exchange & the Federal-State Market News Service,






69 -

WEIGHTED) AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES GAPEFRUIT (ALL VARIETIES)
1941-42 SEASON


DETROIT BALTIMORE

roR D TZEXA LERIDA TEXAS.
Stds. & Std. Indian River Stds. & Std. Stds & Std. Indian Riv Stds. & Std.
Wire-bounds Wire-bounds Wire-bounds Wire-bounds
Week Combined Std. Boxes Cambied Combined Std. Boxes Combined
Ending CarslAvg. Cars Avg. Cars Avg. Cars Avg. CarslAvg. CarslAvg.


1941
9/26
10/ 3
10
17
24
31
11/ 7
14
21
28
12/ 5
12
19
26

9
16
23
30
2/ 6
13
20
27
3/ 6
13
20
27
4/ 3
10
17
24
5/ 1
8
15
22
29
6/ 5
12
19
26
7/ 3
10
17
24
31
8/ 7


-.
$2.68
2.30
2.14

1.94


1.84







1.80


1.85

1.59
1.49
1.61

2.71
2.72
3.05
2.73
2.83
2.88
3.40
3.18
3.56
-


1 $3.90
6 2.35
3 1.72
2 2.10
2 2.18
4 1.64

1 1.75

1 2.15

1 2.15


$4.52
7 3.99
14 2.77
18 2.44
16 2.34
17 2.13
14 2.03
22 1.78
. 3 1.95
- 10 2.33
- 20 2.38
- 17 2.28

- 10 2.27
16 2.17
17 2.19
24 2.15
22 1.98
20 1.95
12 2.00
11 2.29
21 2.34
22 2.24
16 2.35
26 2.19
- 17 2.21
- 19 2.28
- 12 2.40
- 12 2.93
- 11 2.89


-






$2.30
-








2.10


2.35


..




N
-
-
-
$230
-


..


2.30
-


-



2.10
2.00



2.25



2.20
2.10
2.00
-
N



-*
2.2
**


k*


TOTAL 98 2.14 447 2.28 85 2.61 3 2.25 7 2.18

Total Sales, Florida, all varieties, con- Total Sales, Fla., all varieties, -ontain-
tainers & sections- 98 cars Avg. $2.64 ers & sections- 88 oars Avg. $2.60
Made available
thru the cooperation of the Florida Citrus Exchange & the Federal-State Market News Service.


2.00
1.83
1.95
1.80

1.75
1.40

2.00
2.00
2.05
1.95

2.37
2.50
2.67
2.61
2.64
2.84
2.99
3.47
4.20
4.25
3.61
2.60


- r -. -






70 -
WEIaGHM AVa~ A AUCTION PRICES MaRPEfMT (ALL VARIETIES)


1941-43 SEASON


TOTAL A LL CITIES


Stds.& Std. Indian River Std & Std.
Wire-bounas Wire-bounds
Week Combined. S aacs Combined.
Ending Cars I Avg. Cars IAvg. Cars I Avg.


Sept. 26
Oct. 3
10
17
24
31
Nov. 7
14
21
28
Dec. 5
12
19.
26
942
Jan. 2
9
16
23
30
Feb. 6
13
20
27
Mar. 6
13
20
27
Apr. 3
10
17
24
May 1
8
15
22
29
June 5
12
19
26
July 3
10
17
24
31


70
74
74
73
51
65
106
74
48
113
99
115
85
79
79.
108
146
202
358
181
182
174
146
88
67
45
25
12
7
4
1


$4.68
4.60
2.64
2.41
2.53
2.09
1.87
1.87
1.81
2.09
2.20
2.23
2.27
2.18
1.92
1.78
1.77
1.92
1.88
1.67
1.76
2.00
2.02
2.02
1.84
1.82
2.15
2.23
2.37
2.71
2.76
2.58
2.74
2.91
2.96
3.21
3.74
3.83
3.53
3.22
2.55
2.56
2.52
2.78


$3.08
3.25
2.80
2.67
2.52
2.28
2.43
2.61
2.60
2.79
2.65
2.26
2.19
2.23
2.34
2.33
2.23
2.31
2.46
2.53
2.41
2.22
2.34
2.65
2.69
2.75
3.15
3.18
3.06
3.08
3.59
3.62
4.03
4.35
4.71
4.68
4.36
3.80
-
,w


101
135
142
168
185
161
116
96
129
160
158
167
150
144
117
100
74
25
9
M




-


$4.52
3.61
2.69
2.54
2.38
2.27
1.98
1.94
2.06
2.22
2.29
2.20
2.11
2.01
2.00
2.06
1.94
1.89
1.98
2.21
2.27
2.26
2.24
2.12
2.09
2.25
2.43
2.62
2.88
3.30
3.64


*


Aug. 7- .

TOTAL 4,037 2.41 3,288 2.65- 3,719 2.22

Total Sales, Florida grapefruit, all varieties,
all containers and all sections------------- 7,325 cars Avg. $2.52
Made available
thru the cooperation of the Florida Citrus Exchange & the Federal-State Market News Service.







WEIGHTED AVERAGE


71 -
AUCTION PRICES FIDRIDA TANGERINES


' 194142 SaEASON


Week NEW YOB CITY HIBOSTON PITTSBUGI
Cing Crs 'Average Cars Average Cars Average Cars verae

Nov. 14 .
21 4 $2.77 1 $2.20 -
28 58 2.00 13 1.98 2 $1.98 -
Dec. 5 91 1.76 28 1.80 6 1.90 3 $1.56
12 62 1.90 19 1.74 7 1.86 3 2.10
19 78 2.18 23 2.33 4 2.49 4 2.09
26 109 2.13 40 2.17 8 2.43 3 2.36
an. 2 99 1.58 28 1.67 7 1.59 9 1.56
9 83 1.29 34 1.24 8 1.39 6 1.26
16 103 1.30 35 1.20 10 1.17 3 1.15
23 78 1.44 35 1.27 9 1.30 2 1.57
.30 81 1.66 21 1.70 6 1.79 3 1.59
Feb. 6 64 1.79 25 1.63 2 2.00 1 1.49
13 67 1.86 16 1.73 5 1.70 1 1.68
20 56 2.23 15 2.00 2 2.26 1 1.73
27 35 2.56 10 2.51 1 2.33 -
Mar. 6 47 2.65 7 2.49 -
13 20 2.93 6 2.83 1 3.00 -
20 14 3.11 3 2.53 -.
27 3 3.81 -
Apr. 3 .- -

TOTAL 1,152 1.86 359 1.75 78 1.75 39 1.65





Week CLEVELAND CHICAGO ST. LOUIS CINCDINATI
ig Cars Avere Cars Average Cars Average Carsl Average
1941
Nov. 14 _
21 1 $2.25 -
28 3 $1.93 1 2.35 3 1.98
Dec. 5 10 1.85 12 1.78 4 $1.94 8 1.86
12 5 1.91 14 1.85 4 1.90 13 1.53
19 8 2.52 7 2.30 10 2.00
26 12 2.38 11 2.31 1 2.66 14 1.85
1942
Jan. 2 10 1.64 18 1.45 4 1.72 11 1.49
9 14 1.18 18 1.16 7 1.20 7 1.26
16 8 1.45 8 1.27 6 1.15 10 1.19
23 8 1.65 21 1.54 3 1.32 9 1.42
30 12 1.55 9 1.61 3 1.46 10 1.42
Feb. 6 4 1.67 4 1.77 4 1.51 5 1.31
13 4 1.90 8 1.70 1 1.51 1 1.73
20 1 2.01 2 2.01 1 1.78
27 1 2.12 1 1.86 2 1.77
Mar. 6 2 1.99
13 3 2.71 -
20 3 2.58 -
27 .. ..
Apr. 3 -

TOTAL 106 1.82 135 1.66 38 1.52 105 1.58


Made available
Citrus Exchange & the


thru the cooperation of the Florida


Federal-State Market News Service.








EIC-- ------E- -A----T --- V T-- AI---- E-- --


Week DETROIT BALTIMORE TOTAL ALL CITIES
Ending Cars Average Carsl Averge Cas veage

Nov. 14 -
21 6 $2.59
28 3 $2.09 83 2.00
Dec. 5 5 1.95 1 $1.65 168 1.79
12 3 2.03 130 1.84
19 1 2.27 1 2.25 136 2.22
26 5 2.31 3 2.08 206 2.16
2 9 1.53 5 1.53 200 1.58
9 4 1.02 3 .93 184 1.25
16 1 1.88 2 1.20 186 1.27
23 8 1.72 2 1.35 175 1.43
30 4 1.74 3 1.43 152 1.63
Feb. 6 2 1.64 3 1.35 114 1.71
13 2 1.38 105 1.80
20 1 1.96 2 1.78 81 2.15
27 50 2.49
Mar. 6 56 2.60
13 30 2.89
20 20 2.94
S37 3 3.81
Apr. 3 -

TOTAL 48 1.76 25 1.50 2,085 1.79


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


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


ITCUA ON PRICES FfDRIDA TAN S


IEW GHTED AVEBASE





73 -
LOGRIDA AUCTION SALES. 1930/31-1941/42
Made available
thru the cooperation of the Florida Citrus Exchange & the Federal-State Market News Service.
igLe- Baltimore converted into auction market about the middle of the 1933-34 season.

OR AN E S

EAS0S NIT. Y HIL. BOS. PITTS. CIME. CHIC. ST-L. C .TL CI EIT. BALT. MIAL


Cars
1941-42 Average
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
1932-33 Average
Cars
1931-32 Average
Cars
1930-31 Average


9053
$2.86
10089
$2.37
8758
$2.43
2440
2.10
10228
2.26
9112
$3.23
7503
$3.02
8243
$2.61
7613
$2.75
9238
$2.43
6517
$3.40
8444
$3.53


3064
$2.76
3320
$2.26
2908
$2.25
4049
$1.99
3376
$2.20
3164
$3.15
2624
$2.93
2720
$2.47
2632
$2.62
2868
$2.45
2228
$3.21
3164
$3.30


1377
$2.90
1385
$2.45
1290
$2.47
2132
$2.16
1849
$2.24
1657
$3.28
1561
$3.02
1419
$2.58
1436
$2.69
1419
$2.53
1182
$3.24
1679
$3.37


337
$2.73
426
$2.31
364
$2.16
694
$2.11
495
$2.18
429
$3.12
340
$2.95
511
$2.44
515
$2.54
579
$2.35
511
$3.06
952
$3.14


568
$2.91
647
$2.44
589
$2.31
1091
$2.20
898
$2.28
824
$3.21
559
$3.04
578
$2.53
526
$2.63
553
$2.40
497
$3.20
707
$3.27


863
$2.88
1020
$2.45
1012
$2.41
1639
$2.26
1394
$2.39
1080
$3.33
878
$3.15
1070
$2.59
894
$2.67
921
$2.55
776
$3.25
1112
$3.34


204
$2.70
312
$2.25
318
$2.09
511
$2.01
413
$2.05
264
$3.01
249
$2.72
258
$2.34
266
$2.46
273
$2.30
174
$2.90
358
$3.05


1002
$2.64
1077
$2.18
1031
$2.05
1555
$2.01
1181
$2.16
708
$3.12
555
$2.87
553
$2.35
495
$2.47
614
$2.30
447
$3.14
729
$3.14


353
$2.88
434
$2.42
393
$2.25
717
$2.17
550
$2.26
412
$3.27
271
$3.08
280
$2.47
267
$2.69
256
$2.46
179
$3.26
308
$3.21


312 17133
$2.77 $2.83
261 18971
$2.22 $2.35
173 16836
$2.23 $2.35
396 25224
$1.94 $2.09
302 0686
$1.98 $2.24
282 17932
$2.98 $3.21
240 14780
$2.82 $3.00
258 15890
$2.44 $2.58
142 14786
$2.88 $2.70
16271
$2.44
12511
$3.30
17453
3.40


SEASON

Cars
1941-42 Average
Cars
1940-41 Average
Cars
1939-40 Average
Cars
1938-39 Average
Cars
1937-38 Average
Cars
1936-37 Average


N Y

4519
$2.54
5035
$1.96
4765
$2.21
6389
$1.75
4881
$2.20
5376
$2.24


PHIL.

1166
$2.36
1334
$1.75
1153
$1.92
1429
$1.57
1244
$2.06
1650
$2.06


BOST.

712
$2.55
805
$1.93
633
$2.10
1020
$1.73
814
$2.13
956
$2.22


GRAPEFRUIT

PITTS. CLEVE. CHIC.

125 136 208
$2.33 $2.61 $2.83
249 256 313
$1.76 $1.92 $2.00
181 141 182
$1.92 $2.11 $2.29
329 384 363
$1.68 $1.77 $1.95
190 313 353
$2.05 $2.11 $2.28
274 415 494
$2.14 $2.29 $2.58


ST.L.
51
$2.73
109
$1.77
62
$2.10
118
$1.85
72
$2.16
151
$2.53


CINCI. DETR.

222 98
$2.33 $2.64
416 215
$1.74 $1.91
241 140
$1.98 $2.06
432 277
$1.66 $1.80
342 219
$2.09 $2.21
423 307
$2.24 $2.41


88
$2.60
91
$1.61
85
$1.73
185
$1.46
127
$1.88
151
$2.12


TOTAL

7325
$2.52
8823
$1.91
7583
$2.13
10926
$1.72
8555
$2.16
10197
$2.23





74 -
LORIDA AUCTION SALES. 1930/31-1941/42
WMae available
thru the cooperation of the Florida Citrus Echange & the Federal-State Market News Service.
ote- Tangerine averages on 1/2 box basis. Baltimore converted into auction market,
1933-34 season
GaPMMErIT (coNTitUmE

eASON N. Y. MPHIL MBT. PI. a=E. CHIC. SIL. CINCI DSTE. T- .TOTAL


Cars
1935-36 Average
Cars
1934-35 Average
Cars
1933-34 Average
Cars
1932-33 Average
Cars
1931-32 Average
Cars
1930-31 Average


3928
$2.67
4893
$2.04
3948
$2.41
5138
$2.05
4680
$2.49
5269
$2.66


i072
$2.38
1326
$1.81
1129
$2.25
1266
$1.95
1254
$2.34
1610
$2.42


972
$2.49
898
$1.93
696
$2.40
892
$2.06
935
$2.50
1037
$2.44


262 396
$2.40 $2.54
389 403
$1.94 $2.09
310 388
$2.38 $2.39
429. 433
$2.02 $2.21
505 510
$2.38 $2.49
762 718
$2.41 $2.44


395
$2.68
721
$2.19
684
$2.55
738
$2.29
805
$2.59
1388
$2.55


132
$2.40
200
$2.05
221
$2.37
228
$1.96
207
$2.41
462
$2.38


340
$2.32
444
$1.92
370
$2.29
409
$2.01
354
$2.31
425
$2.33


251
$2.62
350
$2.10
298
$2.51
330
$2.31
328
$2.54
516
$2.51


'" 117 7765
$2.28 $2.57
135 9759
$1.86 $2.00
41 8085
$2.42 $2.39
9863
$2.06
9578
$2.47

12187
$2.54


TANGERINE S


SEASON

Cars
1941-42 Average
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
1932-33 Average
Cars
1931-32 Average
Cars
1930-31 Average


N. Y. PHIL. BOST. PITS. CLEVE


1152
$1.86
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


359
$1.75
S454
$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


78
$1.75
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


39
$1.65
77.
$1.07
65
$1.37
152
.95
95
$1.28
210
$1.19
139
$1.40
S136
$1.25
143
$1.25
95
$1.23
175
$1.39
229
$1.48


106
$1.82
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


135
$1.66
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


S.L. CINCI. DE. B TOTAL


38
$1.52
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


105 48
$1.58 $1.76
149 ':82
$1.12 -$1.14
115' 57
$1.27 $1.34
203 148
.91 .96
125 88
$1.18 $1.23
138 116
$1.08o $1.16
113 87
$1.34 $1.41
108 71
$1.20 $1.28
96 71
$1.15 1.22
102 73
$1.09 $1.22
88 60
$1.41 $1.53
97 126
$1.45 $1.48


236 2085
$1.50 $1.79
13 2717
$1.06 $1.19
A 2143
$1.53 $1.37
33 3663
.79 $1.00
23 2513
$1.08 $1.24
3&h 3424
.94$1.10
26 2398
$1.23 $1.35
31 2197
$1.22 $1.18
1 2381
ir8 $1.20
2456
$1.24
2454
$1.49
2849
$1.53

1


llllm II II I I


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CITRUS SIZE ANALYSIS SEPT. 1941 T1U JUNE 1942, IN STANDARD BOX EQUIVALENTS
Assembled from monthly reports released by the Citrus Inspection Bureau, Winter Haven, Florida


Size SEPT. OCT. NOV. DEC. JA. FEB. MAR. APR. MAY JUNE


0AES (Early)
96-100s 2 203 3371 3791 1161 175 23 -
S 112s 108 156 131 33 4 ..
126s 2 1007 16220 29860 6396 1360 90 -- -
150s 2 2870 82325 107503 22181 4525 369 4 -
176s 1 9705 227865 207536 39243 9338 688 6 -
200s 14515 253848 188119 29576 7479 706 13 -
216s 38594 520508 289726 40916 11615 850 17 -
250s 50087 483372 211659 33206 8980 854 26 -
288s 38521 296446 111836 18993 4121 629 39 -
324-360s 15604 27996 4835 503 704 534 20 -
Total 7 171214 1912107 154996 192208 48301 4743 125 -
all sizes

ORANGES (Mid-season)
96-100s 24 3147 3697 3853 1427 45 -
112s 84 318 113 6 -
126s 913 55680 102361 104266 38142 156 5 -
150s 5618 201085 352598 308937 105887 385 -
176s 13827 354273 575944 516464 168720 844 5 -
200s 13412 284724 405984 371990 140902 651 5
216s 30696 451209 617577 563397 198084 867 5
250s 24672 306950 422717 395370 154297 787 -
288s 17070 158659 214364 219733 87380 375 -
324-360s 949 4199 4097 4366 7484 181 -
Total 107181 1819990 2699657 2488489 902329 4291 20 -
all sizes

OAGES (Late)
96-l00s 64 28 853 12166 16633 36037 21150
112s 280 366 251 456 636
126s 91 83 5945 242345 353149 459150 292378
150s 121 147 14706 410580 679895 663484 354666
176s 100 241 15830 500413 751023 654786 271353
200s 61 221 6106 270097 408461 319878 120037
216s 38 210 8882 377023 468124 365459 115929
250s 14 196 4286 191579 236985 171010 51726
288s 6 50 1975 83112 80321 59531 16099
324-360s 2 4 14140 24043 16245 4742
Total 497 1176 58867 2101821 3318885 2746036 1248716
all size.. --__----------
* ORAN;ES (Temple)
48s 216 4220 6426 2420 39 -
60s 1090 27445 23347 9736 419 25 27
76s 3310 44677 34751 18581 1002 85 50
90s 3107 29883 25165 15763 1280 125 53
106s 1993 14649 17896 15715 1800 152 35
120s 806 4631 6968 9331 1334 92 17
144s 284 1504 2918 4429 616 38 2
168s 78 158 358 1269 246 9 -
Smaller 11 11 58 33 1 -
Tot~l 10895 127167 117840 77302 6769 527 184
all sizes






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CITUS SIZE ANALYSIS SEPT. 1941 THRU JUNE 1942, IN STANDARD BOX EQUIVALENTS
(Continued)


.Size SEPT. OCT. NOV. DEC. JAN. FEB. MAR. APR. MAY JUNE


GRAPEFRUIT (Seed)
36s 8013 6210 11842 12361 12040 6474 4549 3822 6352
46s 28 29828 47701 83962 111433 113403 49165 17877 13606 12448
54s 42 91024 124733 129906 141673 126556 78929 24639 16707 10694
64s 36 113256 125421 107478 82336 55001 38964 15676 9994 5676
70s 14 96289 79356 64209 49943 34731 26540 9525 6553 2705
80s 9 59266 45139 46901 36525 24994 19972 6634 4686 2573
96s 7795 644 710 801 715 806 1055 1628 726
110-112s 439 1 3 39 29 1 -
126s 292 24 75 7 76 191 24
150s 2 8
Tota 129 406204 429205 445035 435186 367476 220926 80154 57021 41174
all sizes

GRAPSEMUIT (Seedless)
36s 34 215 269 873 2066 2722 5998 9329 11623 3283
46s 67 880 2190 6600 15012 30624 76002 115855 98341 13750
54s 151 3474 12252 29182 59432 96028 223681 299056 221835 30945
64s 199 6764 24669 51425 85020 118438 214069 277108 179140 24634
70s 275 10988 36528 64555 90374 105306 176006 219955 134495 17683
80s 425 29983 63196 97668 120800 146996 199679 204331 128623 18036
96s 306 33295 39837 57890 66671 74385 98074 97180 60960 7660
110-112s 2961 73 66 345 421 2669 4650 5297 412
126s 26 5295 513 87 477 540 6805 12049 8866 961
150s 756 83 10 -
Total 1483 94611 179610 308356 440195 575460 1002983 1239513 849180 117364
all sizes _--------- ----- -------- -- ------ -




TANSERINES
Larger 115 9856 5872 1809 368 23 5 -
100s 133 8085 16557 6283 1970 59 9 -
120s 13274 180307 175704 53270 11708 173 17 -
150s 41117 248235 161924 51825 11755 142 21 -
176s 53832 209574 116849 44402 8416 88 21 -
200s 7621 31657 20999 7485 1253 17 -
210s 25089 89374 56648 24654. 3691 29 8 -
246s 566 1378 15237 13272 1552 2 -
294s 57 97 267 222 134 -
336s 5 2 13 58 3 _
Total 141809 778565 570070 203280 40850 533 81 -
all sizes --- -- _--- ------






GRAND TOTAL -
O SRANGES, GRAE- 2116 672029 2769912 4517837 4465659 3859713 4350954 4350270 3652865 1407438
FRUIT & TANGERINES






77 -

CITRUS GRAID ANALYSIS -.SEPT. 1941 TJU JUNE 1942 IN BOXES
Assembled from monthly reports released by the Citrus Inspection Bureau, Winter Haven, Florida


Grade SEPT. OCT. NOV. DEC. JAN. FEB. MAR. APR. MAY JUNE


uS. ORANGES
Si Fancy 297 935 --
SBright 10521 13085 16769 4970 1388 4494 209 594
1s 4839 119966 172617 213218 149293 123846 95644 58474 16534
1 Golden 17323 70062 118882 105903 92613 91170 62097 12791
1 Bronze 170 4698 32267 68929 47643 53933 96351 102801 18251
1 Russet 3154 5826 4554 4315 5643 11159 11399 919
Combination 126484 1344266 1719720 1823978 1733619 2033267 2009437 1721339 696383
Comb. Russet 8666 4477
Bright 132 -- -
2s 7 33841 482019 917378 724995 614972 715875 683268 653180 369355
SRusset 15 463 36 392 444 125 151 89693 '103160
'3s 425 5626 36114 53531 47276 51634 55061 38264 38657 25837
Culls 7_ 239 764 930 280 704 444 132 68 599
alTotal 504 171214 2019288 2985881 3020208 2713497 3086195 3030070 2746583 1248900
all Grades -----------------------------

GRAP FRU IT
SFancy 173 141 47
Bright 420 238 405 89
s 15293 29135 24252 29490 15253 15669 13098 13912 1451
1 Golden 2066 31188 71497 69495 62724 66034 44552 24129 1681
1 Bronze 405 8271 36657 56412 58943 85457 119882 108209 23387
1 Russet 132 209 638 505 1581 886 440
Combination 962 321071 353263 362892 428889 543214 692874 707045 393147 34051
Comb. Russet 854 2269 3381 1575
2Bright -
i2s 72 132041 171086 235600 267758 239898 314350 324426 241460 62920
2 usset 3882 36 22 14 20487 90308 107042 25839
13s 559 25137 15463 21764 22449 22186 26449 17181 14445 7582
Culls 19 500 39 79 55 58 18 20 36 52
alGrades 1612 500815 608815 753391 875381 942936 1223909 1319667 906201 158538
all Grades----------------------------------------

TANGERINES
1 Fancy 66 17 53 150 -
SBright 332 7 -
is 15997 70166 55792 21419 12572 44 -
1 Golden 287 1271 -
1 Bronze 27 1000 1118 9 -
1f Russet 14 258 6 97 -
Combination 64891 377682 247156 68432 14871 288 52
Comb. Russet -

S- 59170 316505 253011 70566 9979 185 29
Russet 7 278 36297 1828 -
s 1421 11136 12628 6396 1286 16
Culls 2 142 57 11 164- -
Total 141809 778565 570070 203280 40850 533 81 -
all Grades _---------- -


GRAND TOTAL
ALL GRADES


2116 672029 2769912 4517837 4465659 3859713 4350954 4350270 3652865 1407438


_ __






78 -
CITRUS CONTAIER ANALYSIS, SEPT. 1941 ITRU JUNE 1942. & STANDAZfl BOX EQUTIA.=TS
Assembled from monthly reports released by the Citrus Inspectibn Bureau, Winter Haven, Florida


Content SEPT. OCT. NOV. DEC. JAN. FEB. MAR. APR. MT JUE


NATIED BOXES
1-3/5 Bu.
1-3/5 Bu. W
1 Bushel
1/2 Strap
4/5 Bu.
Satsuma Box

WIRE-BOHD :BOXES
1-3/5 Bu.
1 Bushel
4/5 Bu.

BASKETS
1 Bushel
1/2 Bu.

BULAP BAGS
4/5 Bu.

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

CAID-OARD BOXES
4/5 Bu.
Consumer Size


1468





13
-


341834








319732





632
-


717001
-
31
134927
443



1807119

5789



2485


877623

8
9395
674196
4972



2211146

84430



5278
26


1105243
96
-
79633
512663




2197126

52913



5856
48


854311
-
60082
193078




2538141

19845



5514


910639

25
50984
46928




3174042

4659



4851


888789


4602
1690




3347456

183



2355
,,,


2852268 1081826
8; -4
85 4



1047 756
-


- 388 207 421


5

' -


8768
122

100
166
2


68929
4836

595
6382
23


436785
73199

780
53065
4106


75695
17404

1241
36765
24930


- 322



- 27 578


67547
11301
-
3338
39976
19672


58952
7379

3045
47246
3347


38298
3019

4357
29327
4871


- 1


S 673 21325 81928 55658 46700 38436 25323 9702 509


753988


1396
122


314042

1
1361
5


21205
926

400
11726
-


7407
92


1436
-e


GRPAD TOTA;L 116 672029 2769912 4517837 4465659 3859713 4350954 4350270 3652865 1407438

#L-Without center partition.


~ r r r
~ r r r r






79 -
UNITED STATES Total Grapefruit Production by States -
Census Years 1889, 1899, 1909 & Yearly 1919-1941


Crop Year FhA. TE. CALIF. ARIZ. Total

-~S]3saa s 8 Bsas2Js-


10
12
1.062


1! --


18
123


10
31
1.186


1889
1899
S 1909
1919
1920
S 1921
1922
1923


15,900
24,600
19,400


14,400
13,800
15,100


1,975
1,983
2,212


2,900
2,650
3,100


35,175
43,033
39,812


I 500 boxes or less.
Estimate.

_FLM PRODUCTION SEGREGATED .. SiETESS AND OTHER
Total Grapefruit
Crop Year Sedless Other Procion
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 8,400 16,200 24, 00.
1941 7,000. 12,400 19,400

Bureau of Agricultural Economics


5,900 3 363 29 6,295
5,800 5 395 34 6,234
6,700 8 360 35 7,103
7,800 35 394 60 8,289
8.500 65 363 95 9,023
6,940 23 375 51 7,389

8,900 301 387 105 9,693
7,600 200 600 150 8,550
8,600 361 672 120 9,753
7,500 .524 720 176 8,920
11,300 753 972 211 13,236
8,780 428 670 152 10,030

8,300 1,550 1,000 365 11,215
15,800 1,200 1.290 400 18,690
10,700 2,600 1,431 450 15,181
11,600 1,440 1,350 614 15,004
10,900 1,200 1,772 800 14,672
11,460 1,598 1,369 526 14,952

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


Average


Average


1924
1925
1926
1927
1928


1929
1930
1931
1932
1933


1934
1935
1936
1937
1938


Average


Average


1939
1940
1941 ./





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UNITED STAES: Total Orange Production by States -
Census Years 1889, 1899, 1909 & Yearly 1919-1941


Crop Year CALIF.# FLA.# TEX.# ARIZ.# AIA.# LA.# MISS.# Total
.h.o uj.Z ,A .1o.IS -
1889 1,245 3,147 4V392
1899 5,882 273 11 1 6,167
1909 14,440 4888 11 33 1 152 5 19,530
1919 16,632 8,000 9 80 20 37 31 24,809
1920 23,771 9,400 5 60 82 42 25 33,385
1921 14,021 8 400 5 80 82 50 30 22,668
1922 21,283 10,900 10 81 190 60 45 32,569
1923 24,153 13.700 6 86 225 75 55 38,300
Average 19,972 10,080 7 77 120 53 37 30,346

1924 18,506 11,300 17 60 2 75 29,960
1925 24,200 10,200 12 86 130 100 27 34,755
1926 28,252 11,000 41 75 75 150 42 39,635
1927 22,737 9,500 85 54 110 200 50 32,736
1928 39,159 16.500 125 99 85 220 30 56,218
Average 26,571 11,700 56 75 80 149 30 38,661

1929 21,195 9,800 261 137 212 187 37 31,829
1930 35,179 19,200 250 139 3 287 2 55,060
1931 34,658 14,200 520 145 80 245 .54 49,902
1932 34,265 16,400 325 147 120 278 80 51,615
1933 28,439 17,900 430 155 3 245 2 47,174
Average 30,747 15,500 357 145 84 248 35 47,116

1934 45,047 17,600 650 170 140 293 88 63,988
1935 32,809 18,000 777 240 2 244 1 52,073
1936 29,827 22,100 2,000 220 56 309 26 54,538
1937 45,914 26,200 1,440 350 76 238 67 74,285
1938 41.420 33300 2,815 430 96 385 85 78,531
Average 39,003 23,440 1,536 282 74 294 53 64,683

1939 44,404 28,000 2,360 520 75 228 59 75,646
1940 49,478 31,100 2,750 500 1 253 84,082
1941'-/ 50,748 29,200 2,800 600 5 192 1 83,546
1 / FPiO'0 le-oxe or e1 se T I ,l .1a 4-ne n 4aer--a


Estimate.


ncu s ang es.


mORIDA PBOXIJCTION S3EGIGATED EARLY & MID-SEASON,0 VALCIAS JMQD TASERINES.
Crop Year eason Valencias Tangerines PTodction
r Yai-'se~ason geProduction
.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 17,150 12,750 3,400 33,300
1939 15,600 10,000 2,400 28,000
1940 15,900 12,500 2,700 31,100
1941 15,100 12,000 2,100 29,200

Bureau of Agricultural Economics






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RP~~TUT- %~R~.BF -- hJEIIT~ a S4JA drnF U.~ M


BSTAM CI MSG7 939 M
As of Julyv 1939 J/S


BEARING TFRES BY AGE GROUPS
Bearing Bearing 5-15yrs. 16 yrs.
acres trees 5 6-10 11-15 16-20 21ys. old. ot o3dand
State 5eas 5a s years years years years ol5& in full over at

over over ion full -
duction
1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000


GAPEFRUIT
Early Varieties
Florida 2a.......
Texas .......
California,....
Arizona .........


TOTAL 4 STATES ..


acres trees trees trees trees trees


54,169
8,864
1,501
152


3,521
585
123-
14


813
79*
18
1


trees



1,943
7
20
7


trees trees


2,756
79
38
8


64,686 4,243 45 598 719 911 1,970 1,362 2,881


Late Var, (Seedless)
Florida 2/..... 30,646 1,992 37 432 559 524 440 1,028 964
Texas 3. .1. .... 67,712 4,469 35 2,153 1,957 324* 4,145 324
California,/..... 16,692 1,369 69 524 333 218 226 935 444
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 ./ ...:.. 76,576 5,054 38 2,360 2,253 403 4,651 403
California .f/.... 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
- ,- ,.e- : : ,. : ,, ,


Navel & Other Early Var.


Florida g/,,.....
California- 1.....
Texas I/.........
Arizona ......
TOTAL 4 STATES ..


Valencia & Other Late Var.


Florida a./,.....
California /.....
Texas ./.......
Arizona .. .......
TOTAL 4 S'TAES .,


116,215
96,778
13,954
4.122


7,554
8,516
021
367


151 1,319
101 714
12 308
17 239


1,460
1,309
498
44


1,576
566
103*
16


231,069 17,358 281 2,580 3,311 2,261


93,355
139,000
9,561
2.832


6,068
12,232
631
249


96
229
8
8


1,039
2,797
198
187


1,617
2,118
360
47


1,858
1,592
695
2


3,048
5,826
51
51


2,930
2,124
818
300


4,624
6,392
103
67


8,925 6,172 11,186


1,458
5,496
5
5


344,748 19,180 341 4,221 4,142 3,517 6,959


2,752
5,144
566
242


3,316
7,088
65
7


8,704 10,476


All Varj
Floride
Califo:
Texas
Arizone
TOITA


ieties
a /..... 09570 13,622 247 2,358 3,077 3,434 4,506 5,682 7,940
rnia ..... 235,778 20,748 330 3,511 3,427 2,158 11,322 7,268 13,480
........ 23,515 1,552 20 506 858 168w 1,384 168
a. ........ 6,954 616 25 426 91 18 56 542 74


L 4 STATES .,.


475,817 5/36,538 622 6,801 7,453


5,778 15,884 14,876 21,662


15 7 8.-


I I I I I I I I I ... .. .. . ..


TSM DIATED CITRUS






8I -

ESTIMATED CIITHS BEARING ACREAGE & 'THEES. BY STATES & AGE GaROUPS


As of July 1939 Jf (Continued).


BEARING TREES BY AGE GROUPS
Bearing Bearing 5-15yrs. 16 yrs.
acres trees 5 6-10 11-15 16-20 21yr old. Not ol and
State years years years years years years old& infull oer at
old. amd ol and old old. old old over produo- or near
over over tion full pro-

1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1.000 1,000 1,000
acres trees trees ees tees trees trees

TANGERINiS
Florida ... 24,354 1,583 2 124 584 526 347 710 873
Californa 4.... :: 1,486 131 2 38 41 9 41 81 50
Toeas /........ 637 42 1 18 17 6* 36 6
Arizona .......... 659 5 4 1 5 -
TOTAL 4 STATES .. 26,536 1,761 5 184 643 541 388 832 929




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



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


16 years old and older.

,/ Estimates based upon surveys by age and varietal groups made
in Florida in 1934. Arizona in 1935* California in 1938*
Texas in 1934 and 1937. (Orange estimates do not include
tangerines.)
*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.
j/ California trees calculated from acres at the rate of 82
trees per acre for grapefruit; and 88 trees per acre for
oranges, tangerines and lamons.
..f/ Total bearing trees in the United States amount to about
37,617,000 trees. In addition to the total for the four
States shown, it is estimated that there are 1,079,000
bearing trees in Alabam, Mississippi and Louisiana, as
of July 1939. Most of the trees in Alabaa eand Missis-
sippi consist of satsum s; those in Louisiana are mostly
Navels.


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