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WAR FOOD ADlNISTRTIOW
Food Distribution Administration
and the
IFORIDA STATE MARKETING BUREAU
Cooperating







MARKET NEWS SERVICE ON Y WITS AND VEGETABLES











MARKETING~ FIIDA CITRUS
SUMMla OF 1942-43 SE2A8N
By
H. F. Willson


Lakeland, Florida


October 12, 1943




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The information contained herewith
has been compiled from the daily citrus bulle-
tins issued at LakCland, Florida and. from vari-
ous reports released by the Food Distribution
Administration; the Agricultural Markotin
Administration; the Bureau of Agricultural
Economics the Florida Citrus Exchange; the
Florida State Department of Agriculture and
the Florida Citrus Commission.
Shipments, unloads and other similar
data for the 1942-43 season are subject to re-
vision on account of late and corrected reports
which are not yet available. Again, as in pro-
vious seasons, every effort has bean made to in-
clude in the annual citrus summary, data which
will be of most value to the Industry. We have
endeavored to include basic statistics suitable
for comparisons with past seasons.














TABLE OF CO1ffTNTS


General Cornents . . . . . . . .

Carlot Shilpments, by Weeks -
Rail and Boat Oranges & Tangerines .
11" Grapefruit . .
Rail, Boat & Express Mixed Citrus . . . .

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

Total Shipments Florida Citrus, 1942-43 and 1941-42 Seasons

Mixed Car Analysis, Florida ail Shipments . . .

Production & Disposition, Florida Citrus, 1931/32-1942/43 .

Florida Citrus Used by Canners, 1942-43 Season . ..

Florida Cannery Figures, by Counties, 1937/38-1942/43 . .

Carlot Unloads in 25 Cities July 1942 thru July 1943 -
Oranges, Grapefruit, Tangerines & Mixed Citrus .

Truck Receipts in 12 Cities July 1942 thru July 1943
Oranges, Grapefruit and Tangorines . . . . .

Bail Distribution of Florida Citrus, 1942-43 Season . . .


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* 9 9 9


10 18


Rocapitulation of Citrus Distribution (Rail & Boat) Past 7 Seasons

Weighted Average Auction Prices -


Oranges -
Grapefruit
it
Tangerines
Florida Averages

Florida Citrus Size Analysis,

Florida Citrus Grade Analysis,

Florida Citrus Container "

Orange & Grapefruit Production, By

Bearing Trees, Florida Citrus, By

Lime Shipments, 1942-43 Season, an


Florida & California . . . . .
Florida (Seed & Seedless) . . . .
Florida & Texas . .. . .
Florida Only ...... . . ..
By Markets, Past 12 Years . . . .

1942-43 Season . . . . . .

1942-43 Season . . . . . . .

1942-43 Season . . . . . .

States, 1889-1942 . . . . .

Counties With Porcentages 1940-41 . .

iVariety Data . . . .


42 52
53 63
64 69
70 72
73 74

75 76

77

78

79 80

81

82


S. .









WAR TOOD AIUIITsBATION
J: Food Distribution Administration
and the
STOIIuDA SAE MTBKETING BUREAU iq
Cooperating




MARKET NES SERVICE ON FRUITS AM VEGETABLES





MARKETING FLORIDA CITIES
:SUMdIfARY F0 19L42.3 SEASODN *N
Daily market reports on citrus were issued at
Lakeland, Florida from Oct. 12, 1942 to June 19, 1943,
inclusive.




Fi
GENERAL .0(MAMTS

In unprecedented developments, the 1942-43 Florida citrus season surpassed
Sall previous years. And never before was the Industry faced with such shortages in
materials and labor and problems in transportation all of which will be carried
over into next season. On the other hand, in no preceding year, can be found so meay
S seasonal factors in competing districts that were definite "breaks" toward the most
successful marketing ofFlorida's bumper crop.
Unequalled civilian purchasing power, extensive Government buying of citrus
for Lend-Lease, the Armed Forces and School launch Programs together with curtailed
suplies of Spring fruits and vegetables, all resulted in the heaviest continuous
shipments ever experienced by the Florida citrus industry and distribution became the
most widespread in 19 years. The record -high production for the State, which in peace-
time would have been a decided surplus turned into a scarcity with demand exceeding
supply. The fresh fruit sales program changed to one of allotments with not enough
i citrus to go around and this situation caused an increasing number of shipments to be
billed direct to wholesale receivers, brokers and jobbers, instead of to auctions.
In some instances, small retailers banded together and bought cars. Demand for un-
rationed fresh fruit was further increased by the point rationing systan which went
into effect Mar. 1st with relatively high point values on canned juices. ihen un-
seasonable weather all but eliminated the southeastern peach crop. There were prac-
tically no supplies of imported fruits, and shipments of such competing coumodities
as strawberries, cantaloups, watermelons, etc. were never heavy. Even California
Orange shipments were comparatively light at the right periods. All of these factors
helped to boost Florida's auction averages to the highest level in 13 years or since .r;
199-30. Compared with last season's. averages, oranges advanced 960 a box, grapefruit
590 a box and tangerines were 1i per 1/2 box above e high averages of last year's
light crop. In a comparatively new field were three concentrate plants, built and
placed in operation to moot the war needs of the Govornmont; and for the entire season,
the Florida canners increased the cannery out-put sharply, with oranges up 5 per cent
and grapefruit 73 per cent above last season. No actual figures on the quantity of
I fruit utilized by the new concentrate plants have been released, but unofficial es-
timates place the amount around 1/2 of the total oranges used by the cannors.

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For the 1942.43 season, the total orange production for the United States
amounted to 88,902,000 boxes or nearly 4-1/2 million boxes heavier than the year pre-
ceding. Florida's production increased more than 12 million boxes, but California's
orange crop was about 8 million boxes less than a year ago. there was little change
for the States of Texas and Arizona. Practically all of California's decrease was
in Navels, which materially favored Florida during the heaviest shipping period.
Production of grapefruit for all States was 50,224,000 boxes or 10 million boxes
above last year. Florida's increase again was heavy with an additional 8 million
boxes. The Texas grapefruit crop was nearly 3-1/2 million boxes heavier, but the
production in Arizona and California decreased approximately 1 million and 1/2 mil-
lion boxes, respectively. Florida's tangorino crop was double the production a
year ago, or 4,200,000 boxes compared to 2,100,000 boxes.
Total shipments of Florida oranges, grapefruit and tangerines by rail
and truck for the entire 1942-43 season were 9,362 oars more than for the pre-
vious year. However, these figures do not take into consideration the heavier load,
which increased nearly 25 per cent or from around 400 boxes per car to approximately
490. This heavier load would apply to 76,329 cars of the total 86,987 car mov mnt.
In round numbers, segregated, the total shipments of oranges and tangorinos increased
7,500 cars and 3,700 cars, respectively, but grapefruit declined 1,800 cars for an
aggregate total of 9,400 cars more. If the heavier load was taken into consideration,
grapefruit shipments in boxes would also show an increase over a year ago. The
railroads accomplished the almost impossible in handling the heavy shipments. During
the past two years, they not only took over the 19-27 per cent handled by the boats in
the three years previous, but also accounted for the truck decrease from 17-23 per
cent to only 12 per cent. On a car basis, approximately 88 per cent of the crop was
handled by the railroads during the 194243 season.
Distribution was particularly good on all Florida citrus. In oranges -
shipments reached western States in volume far exceeding normal receipts partly
because of the relatively light movement from California. Many western States re-
ceived more Florida oranges than in any season on record or beginning with 1924-25.
In grapefruit there were more cars destined to mid-western territory than usual -
with the most of those shipped after the Texas movement began to decline. Despite
lighter shipments, many western States received considerably more Florida grapefruit
than a year ago. In mixed citrus the distribution followed very closely that of
orages; and the tangerine distribution was very widespread due to same extent to
the Govormont Purchase Program placed in operation during t height of the shipping
season. A goodly portion of those shipments wero destined to the middlowost and now
territory.
During the entire season, the Government was a heavy buyer of Florida
citrus both fresh and processed. The Quartermaster Market Center increased their
purchases of fresh fruit for the Armed Forces from 65-75 per cent over a year ago,
and shipped to points all over the Country. The Food Distribution Administration,
in their School-Lunch Program, bought 741 cars of tangerines at the low ebb in the
market, which was mostly timely and resulted in substantial returns to Florida
growers that otherwise would not have been realized. The entire out-put of the
three new concentrate plants was taken over and a relatively large amount of canned
juice and sections was set aside for Government use in Order No. M-86. In commercial
channels, the auction sales declined materially as the season progressed, and par-
ticulaxly the latter part when most or all offerings were selling at ceiling prices.
By the end of the season, more sales were direct to receivers and correspondingly
fewer to the auctions.


ORANGES
Shipments of Florida oranges began one week earlier than a year ago, with
first auction sales reported on Oct. 16th at an average around $4.00 a box. General-
ly, prices were well maintained, until the first week in Decembor or following the
Thanksgiving Holiday, when averages declined to about $3.00 on Interior fruit in wire-
bound boxes. At this time, California shipments were much lighter than the year pre-
vious, but the Toxas volume was heavier to midwostorn markets than heretofore. Be-
ginning with the week of Dec. 12th and continuing through Dec. 19th, supplies in the
northern markets were light. he increased purchasing power became very apparent and
demand was active from all sections. In Florida, rain held up picldng and the labor









situation further retarded shipments. Also California Navels were late in getting
under way. Prices advanced sensationally and for the week ending Dec. 19th, the
auction average on Florida oranges all sections, containers and grades was around
$5.00 a box or over $1.00 a box higher than the preceding week. There was an unusu-
ally active demand and pre-holiday shipments continued much later than ordinarily.
With the customary slow trading following the holidays, supplies accumulated and pric-
es dropped sharply. A scarcity of picking crows in Florida during this period helped
to strengthen the situation by keeping down the movement somewhat when additional
fruit was not needed at receiving points. Ceiling prices became effective Jan. 11th.
On Jan. 18th and 19th, a cold wave occurred in California and low temperatures were
followed by heavy rains which further delayed movement from this State. However, the
aggregate loss for the State, as a whole, was relatively small. South Texas also ox-
porioncod low temperatures, but damage was mostly to vegetables. A little less than a
month later, or on Feb. 15th and 16th, Florida had a cold wave. Damage to citrus was
spotty and a greater portion of the fruit was salvaged. There were heavy losses in
tender vegetables however, with resultant light supplies at consuming centers. A re-
turn of unfavorable weather in California the latter part of February again curtailed
their citrus movement and prices advanced. By the ond of the month, auction averages
approached the $4.00 mark for the second time. First Florida Valoncias of the season
sold on the auctions during the week ending Feb. 27th. March was a very good month.
The advance in prices, which began the last week in February, continued through the
first two weeks with averages well above $4.00. During the latter part of March,
eastern markets weakened slightly, but a good demand in the middlewest helped maintain
the price level. The percentage of Florida oranges going west increased from 25 per
cent the first part of March to 50 per cent the last half. Now ceiling prices for
Florida oranges became effective Mar. 5th. In April, Florida orange shipments were
very heavy, increasing 37 per cent over a year ago, Prices slumped slightly early in
the month but only temporarily, due mainly to quality of Pineapples which were cleaning
up. On May 1st, California's new ceiling prices wont into effect. There was a strong
market during the entire month of May, but during the latter part there was a scramble
to get fruit and prices held at ceiling, irrespective of size and grade. This situ-
ation continued through the remainder of the season,



The Florida and Texas grapefruit seasons also opened earlier than last year
and at higher prices. With few imports from Puerto Rico and the Isle of Pines there
were practically no supplies on the markets prior to the Florida season. Opening
averages ranged from $4.00 to $5.00 a box. However, shipments increased rapidly and
auction sales dropped sharply during the wook ending Oct. 31st to an average of $2.38
on Combination Grce, Interior fruit, in standard boxes. With a decline in movement,
the market recovered and averages were maintained at around $3.50 until Thanksgiving
when there was a temporary decline again to an average less than $2.50 per box. In
December, grapefruit reacted to the very active demand before Christmas with a corres-
ponding advance in price. The slow trading, which followed the 3-day holiday period,
did not effect grapefruit as much as oranges or tangerines, principally because Texas
shipments were decreased materially at this time by unfavorable weather at shipping
point. Normal Texas movement was not resumed until Jan. 14th, and Florida averages
hold up remarkably well the entire month or at around $2.80 per box. Throughout
February, grapefruit shipments from Florida remained almost constant with canners
continuing to use a relatively large amount of fruit. Averages ranged mostly from
$2.50 to $2.75. During the last of March and the first part of April, Florida's move-
ment was very heavy and shipments for the week ending Mar. 27th broke all records for
the season. The market was draggy during the first part of April with supplies of
Duncan difficult to move. By nid-April, Duncans had about cleaned up on the terminals
and the prevailing cool weather started another advance in prices which continued into
May. There was a strong market in May with little fluctuation in prices. Track hold-
ings in the 16 cities were the lowest since Oct. 18th. June was a ceiling proposition
with a big break in movement during the week ending June 12th.


Due to the very large crop, there was little pro-season on-tree trading in
tangerines. First shipments rolled from the State Nov. 9th some earlier than last









year. From the beginning of the season until Christmas, auction averages were high.
However, the movement before Christmas was very heavy and the market following the
holidays was the most severely effected of all citrus by the slow demand and accumr-
lating supplies. Averages on CoribinatiQn Grade, 4/5 bushel boxes, dropped from
$3.08 for the week ending Dec. 26th to $1.76 the following week and continued to the
season' s low of $1.11 for the week ending Jan. 9th a decline of $1,97 in two weeks.
After reviewing the situation, the Growers Administrative Cormittee and Shippers
Advisory Cozmittee, operating under the Federal Citrus Marketing Agreement and Order,
and working in the closest cooperation with the citrus industry, requested the United
States Department of Agriculture to begin their purchase program at the earliest pos-
sible time. On Jan. 6th, the Goverrment offered to buy tangerines at $1.25 f.o.b per
4/5 bushel box, U. S. No. 2 Grade or better, 246s and larger. This f.o.b price meant,
at least, an auction average of $1.60 and immediately placed a bottom to the market.
During the second week of the Purchase Program, the tangerine market was stronger and
prices advanced slightly, By the week ending Jan. 23rd, averages were up 600 per 1/2
box. During the first three weeks in February, there was a slight decline but, under
prevailing lighter movement, the market reacted and, by the last week, averages were
around $2.00. In March, there was a gradual decline in shipments and prices were
well maintained ranging mostly above $2.00 per 1/2 box. The Government program
was discontinued the week ending Jan. 23rd.







HEAVIER CAR-LOADINGS. FLORIDA CI' I
There was a sharp increase in the average rail load of Florida citrus dur-
ing the 1942-43 season. ODT Order No. 18 kproscribing aininair loading requirements)
was in effect the most of the shipping peood. The average rail load for the 1941-42
season, as compiled by the Florida Citrus Exchange, was only slightly above 400 boxes
or 406.5, while similar information from the same source for the 1942-43 season was
488.4 or approximately 490 boxes to the car for the season's average of all classes.
This 490 boxes applies to rail shipments only.
The standard conversion factor of 400 boxes, which has been used in convert-
ing Florida's truck and boat shipments is still being used, regardless of the heavier
rail loadings due to war-time requirements. It was thought advisable to use constant
conversions figures inasmuch as rail loading requirements have flucuatod and still do
flucuate from time to time.









jf sz Carlot shipments (rail, boat & express) by weeks Oranges & Tangerines, Grapefruit &
Mixed Citrus were taken from the 'Weely Surmary of Carlot Shipments' as released&correcte
by the Washington Office of the Food Distribution Administration. These tabulations of Fla.
shipments for the 1942-43 & 1941-42 seasons include "light" & "heavy" cars. Cars loaded 250
boxes or less have been counted as "light" cars & 2 "lidt" cas use as 1 car in these con-
pilations. Total light cars for the 1942-43 season were oranges 10 cars; grapefruit 114
cars; tangerines 2 cars & mixed citrus 36 cars. No light cars shipped after week ending Nov.
14 1942. For the 1941-42 seasont total light cars were oranges 1,024 cars; grapefruit
188 cars; tangerines 10 cars & mixed citrus 544 cars (corrected).

ORANGES AND TANGERINES CABLOT SHIPMENTS (RAIL & BOAT) BY WEEKS #
SFnORIDA CALIF. TEAS ARIZ. ALL OTHERS* TOTALS
ing 1942-43 1941-42 42-4341-42 -434-442-43 41-4242-4314142-341-42 42-43141


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

9
16
23
30
2/8
13
20
27
3/6
13
20
27
0
17
24
5/1
8
S15
22
29

S 19
26
7/3
10
17
24
31
8/7
14


or- rBng Tangs.


1
19
170
479
697
877
989,
801
805
1166
1811
778
746
1258
969
826
1030
1109
1141
1378
1429
1575
1908
2091
1984
1947
1853
1690
1790
1657
1597
1437
929
1069
986
833
602
476
328
195
31
3
1
3


10
i


267
494
791
894
847
665
1193
1185
529
897
846
1134
1267
1048
1096
1032
917
1342
1062
1516
1130
1064
1157
1247
944
1483
1332
1343
1169
1217
1072
675
674
687
400
234
118
29
8 "
9
3


19
134
194
209
196
289
210
168
162
112
101
101
47
32
25
16,
12
-
134







194


1602 1260
1453 1651
1670 1865
1613 1710
1549 1630
1435 1718
1256 1559
1152 1110
876 953
679 1121
490 782
380 1553
361 1888
846 1476
1326 1830
1302 798
903 707
1042 732
1195 1531
1032 1976
876 1683
321 1021
697 1266
815 1230
995 1326
515 1493
570 1644
685 1462
826 1441
838 1622
858 1700
467 1309
397 1255
1061 2015
1036 1946
1062 1762
1317 1558
1320 1878
1276 1723
1391 2035
1444 2256
1495 2036
1460 1884
1379 1650
1336 1879
1530 2132
1472 2233
1378 1920
1398 1670
1400 1677


36 2
76 24
124 39
157 82
181 79
116 113
105 124
76 43
85 57
58 64
48 48
30 35
36 42
15 25
22 58
72 48
102 34
88 41
93 28
95 39
85 72
49 111
64 59
46 43
20 24
13 23
15 14
19 10
2 3
2
1


1602 1260
1453 1651
1670 1565
1613 1710
1549 1630
1472 1720
1351 1583
1446 1159
1512 1302
1561 1696
1494 1689
1507 2600
1360 2940
2110 2427
2887 3344
3468 2243
2173 1578
2277 1912
2988 2599
2567 3366
2338 3146
1868 2212
2318 2505
2377 2338
2672 2316
2137 2938
2291 2840
2749 3062
3005 2630
2879 2728
2833 2898
2347 2584
2118 2223
2871 3513
2716 3299
2676 3124
2771 2740
2266 3109
2357 2800
2382 2723
2279 2942
2102 2738
1938 2293
1709 1887
1531 1999
1561 2164
1475 2241
1379 1929
1401 1674
1400 1677


TOTAL 143464 5016 35027 2)27 53777 7825S 1928 1399 589 529 32 20 2806 117246


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*-Includes a few cars tangerines.


f-No boat shipnmants, 1942-43 season






. 2 -


GRAPEFRUIT CA1.0T SHIPMENTS (RAIL & BOAT) BY WEEKS #


Week
Ending


1942
Sept. 5
12
19
26
Oct. 3
10
17
24
31
Nov. 7
14
21
28
Dec. 5
12
19
26

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
14


FLORIDA CALIFORNIA TEXAS ARIZONA ALL OTERS TOTALS
42-43141.42 4-43141-42 2.43414 42-43 4141-42 424341-42 41-42141-42


1
S 1
k* -

3 2
143 95
484 388
424 187
248 293
206 348
238 236
.264 189
247 151
173 218
137 253
174 208
122 243
232 298
287 251
324 274
310 394
329 488
284 599
230 517
249 454
286 635
323 575
482 705
615 598
663 492
573 353
460 452
437 379
443 565
456 666
502 451
519 342
292 292
354 218
299 94
163 72
109 33
64 24
25 13
4 11
4 4
-
N 1,


68
76
71
46
31
14


1

2
1
5
11
6
15
16
21
14
18
36
36
25
29
19
25
30
29
51
57
43
37
37
29
35
64
140
142
195
200
206
183
102
125
110
96
74
41


21
25
14
6
4
1
1
5
7
8
7
8
12
11
5
6
5.

9
11
17
10
14
13
12
14
9
17
9
13
15
19
25
32
67
86
147
141
110
97
131
181
177
198
89
64
74
76
93
100
121


4 7
217 168
485 415
392 425
452 481
541 506
536 522
586 353
485 298
470 446
591 570
523 405
288 376
417 500
296 353
563 634
932 649
767 514
661 418
570 448
591 584
613 863
586 803
720 531
662 479
530 386
503 312
403 331
329 195
233 90
264 34
227 11
134 8
124 6
38
7
1
-
-

-. -


- 10
- 21
37
38
8 35
26 43
21 41
26 34
10 25
22 36
22 26
20 30
25 55
28 64
46 69
36 71
46 60
47 68
55 53
30 66
35 70
43 88
52 79
53 101
51 86
51 101
69 122
67 109
72 129
52 108
60 117
62 121
81 109
54 113
63 108
56 106
7 107
2 52
- 35
- 17
- 16
- -


69 21
76 26
71 14
47 6
38 13
374 264
969 814
816 638
700 818
748 900
782 800
876 593
755 502
670 709
743 853
730 655
438 650
684 837
624 670
936 989
1302 1122
1150 1087
1027 1090
883 1045
920 1105
958 1573
963 1465
1270 1333
1359 1169
1275 994
1178 769
971 909
878 728
780 831
829 915
810 717
748 608
542 529
613 424
502 338
422 361
365 316
278 329
210 154
106 110
129 95
110 92
96 93
74 100
41 121


-I
TOTAL 12,182 13,060 2,612 2337 15,741 33,121 1,398 2,776 2 31,935 3L,294

#-No boat shipments, 1942-43 season.
ote. t In the interest of national & hemisphere defense, the publication of all data
relating to United States imports & exports has been discontinued.


____


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MIXED CITS CARLOT lPMTS (AIL- BOAT & EMESS), BY WEVK
MIXE CIZHJS C.A-OT S nMBHTS (BAIL. BOAT & EKPBESS BY WEEKS #


FLORIDA CALIFEONIA TEXAS ARI23NA ALL OTHERS TOTALS
42-43141-42 I 4243141-42 42- 141-4 42-432 41-42 42-43141-42 42-43141-42


Sept. 5
12
19
26
Oct. 3
10
17
24
31
Nov. 7
14
21
28
Dec. 5
12
19
26
1943
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 14


1




381 209
18 -
52 6
79 33
119 72
173 72
299 139
381 209
554 298
758 425
960 741
620 427
512 425
589 451
588 515
632 508
663 500
703 454
603 459
561 361
527 452
519 418
615 446
617 335
553 318
436 380
401 372
354 294
388 366
403 326
415 274
347 231
262 224
269 161
209 91
152 63
53 49
58 30
26 11
33 1
14 3
11
10


94 27
92 52
77 46
65 35
62 33
51 20
34 29
17 18
29 10
14 11
3 5
2 21
1 21
7 16
14 14
5 12
11 15
15 20
8 30
38 44
25 39
17 32
29 30
35 37
29 23
23 43
17 43
24 46
23 49
16 50
16 43
13 63
15 32
12 62
14 39
16 51
28 50
28 45
45 39
62 72
105 85
103 113
115 129
152 121
134 114
121 129
119 117
131 91
92 101
70 115


-


60-
154
191
217
206
165
168
105
78
86
59
31
65
24
50
113
123
111
100
97
75
61
81
49
15
20
23
11
2
1



-


4
2
3
5
5
3
2

1
1
1
5
4
5
5
7
10
2
8
4
6
5
5
2
1
-


Week
Ending


~1


94 27
92 52
77 46
65 35
62 33
112 35
206 81
260 85
325 119
339 151
341 157
472 238
488 287
644 363
867 491
1032 786
667 477
597 488
627 526
681 643
774 630
807 595
844 549
741 537
688 437
627 587
599 537
725 565
698 441
593 415
480 462
441 456
382 337
404 438
420 372
434 332
383 295
295 271
317 208
275 167
260 154
158 167
175 164
179 134
167 116
135 132
130 117
141 91
92 101
70 115


TOTALS 15,537 10,940 2,268 2482 2,541 1,499 134 12i 2 20,482 5,042

#-No boat shipments, 1942-43 season.








TOTAL LOBIDA CITRUS SHIPMETS RAIL. BOAT & TRUCK BY WEEKS. 1942.43 SEASON
(Includes proper proportion of 'mixed' cars)


Week 0ORAN ES GRAPEFRUIT TANGERINES
Endig ail I.Boat Truck w ** ail [Boat Truck '* Rail I Boat I Truck


1948
Sept. 5
12
19
26
Oct. 3
10
17
24
31
Nov. 7
14
21
28
Dec. 5
12
19
26
1943
9
16
23
30
Feb. 6
13
20
27
Mar. 6
13
20
27
Apr. 3
10
17
24
hmaye 1
8
15
22
29
June 5
12
19
26
July 3
10
17
24
31
Aug. 7
14


21
216
573
773
985
1,182
1,002
1,125
1,623
2,426
1,080

1,002
1,560
1,291
1,165
1,353
1,454
1,444
1,666
1,744
1,878
2,247
2,418
2,292
2,188
2,067
1,896
2,020
1,896
1,841
1,653
1,094
1,217
1,111
920
633
507
343
217
41
11
8
3
-


2
11
23
91
150
185
197
239
223
237
302
549
259
144
168
200
207
219
235
229
297
263
249
264
246
261
240
249
228
202
194
169
154
136
132
141
116
107
71
37
27
12
11
17
*
*


352
436
468
470
491
468
410
419
446
.491
711
843
880
752
644
584
600
619
672
650
389
475
383
228
131
'91
36
15
8
3
3
-m


TOTAL 52,187 7,693 16,983 1,910 7,159 1,055


*-Unavailable.







I










~

~




e
r
r


**-Corrected.


No boat shipments 1942-43.






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TOTAL SIEMENTS FLORIDA CITRUS BY WEEKS
1942-43 AND. 1941-42 SEASON


Week ORANGES GRAPEFRUIT TANGERINES TOTAL
End-
ing 1942-43 1941-42 194243 1941-42 1942-43 11941-42 1942-43 1941-42


9/5 1 1
12 1 1
19
26 -
10/3 2 5 4 7 4
10 12 1 187 157 199 158
17 44 15 591 523 635 538
24 307 70 506 285 -- 813 355
31 723 507 347 388 1,070 895
11/7 958 842 311 474 3 1,272 1,316
14 1,182 1,282 362 357 14 3 1,558 1,642
21 1,421 1,408 409 328 68 58 1,898 1,794
28 1,225 1,402 385 288 231 235 1,841 1,925
12/5 1,362 1,231 335 365 518 380 2,215 1,976
12 1,925 2,006 336 500 522 426 2,783 2,932
19 2,975 2,684 377 537 557 560 3,909 3,781
26 1,339 959 262 428 673 493 2,274 1,880
M 1,146 1,350 399 507 586 399 2,131 2,256
9 1,728 1,316 487 484 658 199 342 873 2,142
16 1,491 1,735 524 512 676 298 354 2,691 2,601
23 1,372 1,911 527 648 150 713 244 312 2,612 2,871
30 1,572 1,696 543 764 200 644 253 2,759 2,713
2/6 1,689 1,710 528 868 200 655 228 2,872 2,806
13 1,673 1,674 457 789 200 496 159 2,626 2,622
20 1,963 1,440 473 704 200 363 101 2,799 2,245
27 2,007 1,996 502 929 200 213 94 2,722 3,019
3/6 2,127 1,684 547 892 199 196 56 2,870 2,632
13 2,511 2,177 782 1,026 200 192 56 3,485 3,259
20 2,664 1,652 912 860 150 116 15 3,692 2,527
27 2,553 1,544 944 773 100 56 9 3,553 2,326
4/3 2,428 1,729 815 706 28 3 3,271 2,438
10 2,316 1,754 710 806 14 3,040 2,560
17 2,124 1,358 646 657 7 2,777 2,015
24 2,222 1,990 652 850 5 2,879 2,840
5/1 2,090 1,780 667 912 5 2,762 2,692
8 2,010 1,737 727 648 2 2,739 2,385
15 1,807 1,523 688 513 2 2,497 2,036
22 1,230 1,535 428 446 1 1,659 1,981
29 1,349 1,327 505 319 1,854 1,646
6/5 1,252 853 416 154 1,668 1,007
12 1,036 818 255 116 1,291 934
19 740 800 155 67 895 867.
26 578 470 110 41 688 511
7/3 380 271 43 23 423 294
10 244 134 16 13 260 147
17 53 31* 10 5* 63 36'
24 22 8* 5 -* 27
31 25 9w 6 -* -- 31
8/7 3* 3* .* 3* 3*
1* 4 -* -* -


TOTAL 59,880 63,422 18,893 20,667 (1,799) 8,214 (741) 4,536 86,987 77,625

*- Truck shipments not included, unavailable.
Nf t: Includes rail, boat, truck, express & 'mixed' citrus broken down into proper propor-
tions. All "light" cars counted as individual cars. Boat and truck reduced to car-lot
equivalents on basis 400 boxes per car, Includes Government purchases of tangerines and
grapefruit shipped each week (furnished thru the courtesy of the Food Distribution Adminis-
tration and the Surplus Marketing Administration) shovar in paronthosis.







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FiORIDA MIlE4D CAR ZANALYSI3, AIIL SHEUfSTJ T 1943-m43 SEASO


ORANGES GRAPEFRUIT TAN GERI ES

Date For Week Season For Week Season For Week Season
Ending To Date Ending To Date Ending To Date


Sept. 12
19
26
Oct. 3
10
17
24
31
Nov. 7
14
21
28
Dec. 5
12
19
26
L 3 _
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
14


.00
10.52
63.16
57.73
62.19
62.15
64.41
52.77
57.76
60.24
64.01
48.78
49.90
51.27
54.80
53.62
48.71
49.06
50.33
51.34
59.73
58.35
55.07
53.03
55.70
55.33
53.28
58.12
59.38
59.30
58.84
62.35
62.98
55.16
59.62
57.24
58.18
53.45
57.69
66.67
71.43
72.73
70.00
76.92
76.92


.00
10.00
49.35
54.02
57.34
59.15
61.18
58.39
58.22
58.85
60.30
58.53
57.55
56.82
56.62
56.32
55.60
55.01
54.57
54.46
54.75
54.94
54.94
54.84
54.88
54.89
54.84
54.94
55.08
55.20
55.31
55.47
55.61
55.60
55.65
55.67
55.68
55.67
55.67
55.70
55.71
55.72
55.73
55.75
55.75


100.00
89.48
36.84
42.27
35.29
36.72
29.15
24.80
19.81
19.02
16.05
19.45
23.48
25.29
24.43
25.28
24.36
26.19
29.81
30.30
30.45
32.42
37.25
36.99
39.24
40.97
45.96
41.60
40.36
40.45
40.91
37.65
37.02
44.84
40.38
42.76
41.82
46.55
42.31
33.33
28.57
27.27
30.00
23.08
23.08.


100.00
90.00
50.65
45.98
41.64
39.79
35.69
32.08
28.13
25.30
22.70
22.20
22.34
22.69
22.86
23.10
23.22
23.49
23.95
24.35
24.68
25.09
25.80
26.42
27.02
27.53
28.11
28.47
28.82
29.16
29.52
29.72
29.84
30.10
30.24
30.37
30.41
30.47
30.49
30.49
30.48
30.49
30.49
30.49
30.50


02.52
01.13
06.44
22.43
22.43
20.74
19.94
31.77
26.62
23.44
20.77
21.10
26.93
24.75
19.86
18.36
09.82
09.23
07.68
09.98
05.06
03.70
0.76
0.28
0.26
0.25
0.25
.00




-


01.02
01.06
03.13
09.53
13.65
15.85
17.00
19.27
20.11
20.49
20.52
20.58
21.18
21.50
21.38
21.19
20.57
19.97
19.26
18.74
18.10
17.58
17.05
16.59
16.10
15.64
15.17
14.81
14.55
14.30
14.11
13.96
13.91
13.86
13.84
13.81
13.81
13.79
13.78
13.76
13.75


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


Department,






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JEtOQRB CITRUS RODTJCTION & DISPOSITION 1931/32-1942/43


SHIPPED FRESH PROCESSED OTER TTAL
. .. . .. .... . .------ D i s ro P R O -

Season COMMERCIAL OUT-OF-STATE GOV'T. ~- GOV'T. SI C-
Bail Boat I Truck Total-I I _TOTA TION
2 aJ .A a d A;2 2.1 -

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 2,104 28,600
1941-42 16,418 461 4,017 20,896 4,022 175 4,197 2,107 27,200
1942-4300 25,912 2,596 28,508 6,285 6,285 2,407 37,200

GRAPEMWIT
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 3,66 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
1940-41 4,800 2,208 1,631 8,639 971 12,588 1,439 14,027 963 24,600
1941-42 5,885 206 1,162 7,253 761 9,751 396 10,147 1,039 19,200
1942-4300 8,015 591 8,606 17,567 17,567 1,127 27,300

TASNGESRIN
1931-32 1,657 42 149 1,848 152 2,000
1932-33 1,398 192 176 1,766 134 1,900
1933-34 1,111 483 243 1,837 163 2,000
1934-35 829 591 268 1,688 312 2,000
1935-36 1,013 570 234 1,817 283 2,100
1936-37 1,615 735 379 2,729 271 3,000
1937-38 1,192 520 256 1,968 332 2,300
1938-39 1,748 728 465 2,941 459 3,400
1939-40 1,255 294 437 1,986 414 2,400
1940-41 1,437 431 433 2,301 399 2,700
1941-42 1,383 59 325 1,767 333 2,100
1942-430 .3,085 380 3,465 342 393 4,200

# Includes 1,719,000 boxes diverted from commercial channels under Industry Program.
Data unavailable. Quantities believed to be negligible.
00 Preliminary. Subject to revision.
Seasons 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 the Surplus Market-
ing Administration, U. S. Department of Agriculture, Washington, D. C. Seasons 1940-41 thru
1942-43, calculated from reports of the Citrus Inspection Bureau at Winter Haven, Florida and
the Growers Administrative Comnittee, Lakeland, Florida.






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FLORIDA ChAWY FIGURES BY WiEKS 1942-43 SEA O
Furnished through the couresy of the Florida Citrus Commission Lakeland, Florida

Week 0 R A N G E S GRAPEFRUIT
Ending Comercial T o Date Cammrcial So-Date



Oct. 17. I 3,725 3,725
24 1,335 1,335 34,079 37, 04
31 20,103 21,438 88 881 126,685-
Nov. 7 53,011 74,449 104,660 231,345
14 77,338 151,787 144,526 375,871
21 164,119 315,906 253,104 628,975.
28 152,164 468,070 394,518 1,023,493'
Dec. 5 146,696 614,766 516,816 1,540,309
12 183,884 798,650 642 071 2,182 380
19 116,330 914.980 813,128 2,995,508
26 90,630 1,005 610 757,251 3,752,759
1943
Jan. 2 71,544 1,077,154 778,386 4,531,145
9 106,821 1,183,975 1,087,653 5,618,798
16 126,520 1,310,495 1,110,624 6,729,422
23 137,324 1,447,819 1,105,947 7,835,369
30 148,231 1,596,050 1,071,764 8,907,133
Feb. 6 176 954 .1 773,004 1,005,769 9,912,902
13 239 224 2,012,228 920,723 10,833,625
20 222,767 2,234,995 860,412 11,694,037
27 263,663 2,498,658 884 321 12,578,358
Mar. 6 290,596 2,789,254 715,463 13,293,821
13 281,724 3,070,978 665,363 13,959,184
20 312,667 3,383,645 526,912 14,486,096
27 312,468 3,696 113 437,398 14,923,494
Apr. 3 300,940 3,997,053 499,781 15,423,275
10 270,119 4,267,172 420,622 15,843,897
17 281,397 4,548,569 407,687 16,251,584
24 286,094 4,834,663 346,489 16,598,073.
May 1 236,484 5,071,147 263,205 16,861,278
8 218,582 5,289,729 179,260 17,040 538
15 263,633 5,553,362 161,457 17,201,995-
22 210,245 5,763,607 105,609 17,307,604..
29 199.649 5,963,266 84 487 17,392,091
June 5 127,433 6,090,689 72 933 17 465,024
12 76,341 6,167,030 43 639 17,508,663
19 72,627 6,239,657 34,333 17,542,996
26 37 806 6 277,463 16 213 17,559,209
July 3 7,287 6,284,750 7,391 17,566,600






o9g: RBepreseits entire cannery out-put and includes processed fruit
purchased by Gover=ment Agencies.






1r,






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CITRUS USED BY CAIES .- BY COUNTIES
SEASONS. 1937/38-1942/43 .
....e.. (i 19383eld. Boxes 193
County 1942-43 1941-4 1940-41 1939-40 1938-39 1937-38


0 R AN G SE S


Alachua
Dade
Desoto
Eardee
Hernando
Highlands
Hill sborough
Lake
Lee
Manatee
Orange
Pasoo
Pinellas
Polk
8t. Lucie
Seminole
Volusia
Total


1,930
786

8,411
394,792
15,956
5,740
27,707
326,955
1,149,098
1,249,951
3,098,075

5,349
6,284,750


1,134
1,636
479
19
12,247
468,886
45,450
13,340
16,103
303 733
843,048
336 490
1,966,063
4
13,858
4,022,390


1,972
8,009
1,550
6
17,522
728,375
108,792
8,099
15,641
243 233
662,532
223,357
1,914,826
6
15,005
3,948,925


14,763
2,674
-
11
24,808
1,327,339
67,720
1,872
673
354,313
531,772
184.731
1,686,963

2,719
4,200,358


3,559
1,540
2
21,760
494,532
31,679
1,468
35,684
156,209
59,734
27,909
344,176
6,271
2,945
1,187,468


5,534
7,042
2
33,675
478,418
31,586
655
44,763
189,601
9,346
133,711
301,937
158
15,101
1,857
1,253,386


kajq- 1942-43 figures, represent entire cannery out-put & includes process fruit purchased
by Government Agencies. 1941-42 figures, commercial pack only.
1940-41 figures, include 112,008 boxes used for packing concentrates for FSCC.


G B A. P E R U I T


Brevard
Dade
Desoto
Dural
Hardee
Hermmando
Highlands
Hillsborough
Lake
Lee
Manatee
Orange
Pasco
Pinellas
Polk
St. Lucie
Seminole
Volusia
Total


13,783
75,354
63,888
218,080
1,998,572
288 521
147,061
345,749
1,135 946
1,301,461
196 934
11,307 870
448,488
24,893
17,566,600


480
24,628
69,256
52,202
80,439
970,538
50 483
77,196
245,217
770,009
1,139 186
61 973
6,104,724
96,700
8,727
9,751,758


431-
36,930
31,490
43,789
92,782
1,848,733
387,809
150,274
372,095
717.749
1,083,822
30,238
8,407.207
*55,688
14,556
13,273,593


N.
3,632
16,926

71,640
105,964
1,810,226
111,199
87,925
251,591
617,750
396,957
58,768
5,268,214

2,893
8,803,685


605
25,500

5.096
144,716
1,243,198
121,767
17 335
523 356
697,430
141,136
66,612
5,372,830
14 786
116,441
2,436
8,493,244


11,672
19,193
1,610
39,417
18,893
77,828
1,026,644
106,960
61,576
444,291
340,766
3,255
162,946
3,460,614
58 311
214,219
20424
6,050,619


imoe- 1942-43 figures, represent entire cannery out-put & includes process fruit purchased
by Government Agencies. 1941-42 figures, ccmnercial pack only
1940-41 figures, include fruit packed by canners for Governent Order (FSCC), but
do not include fruit purchased by the Surplus marketing Administration for canning.

compiled by Growers Administrative Conmittee from records of the Florida Citrus Commission


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10 -

CA WO %TULDADS OF ORANLGS in 25 CITIES BOM JULY 1942 TE U JULY 1943


BY 1MfNT~IS iND BY SPTAES OF QBIGIlT~


State


Atlanta


JUYAG SEPT. 00T.L~l G~~NOV.I lEC.( JAET. FEB. MI lB.( APR. 1~AX IJUI JULY


Calif. 31 31 40 28 1 20 26
Florida 2 11 39 59 35 48 82 55 69 81 17
Total 33 31 40 39 39 59 35 48 82 55 70 101 43


Baltimore


Calif. 155 169 158 139 33 16 21 10 19 20 32 58 80
Florida 20 7 125 150 119 148 216 190 156 103 20
Total 175 169 158 146 158 166 140 158 25 210 188 161 100


Ariz. 1 7- -
Calif. 457 547 388 401 252 135 225 40 70 80 118 227 318
Florida 26 9 239 276 307 274 474 401 275 239 31
TeX. 1 1 -
Total 483 547 388 410 492 41j8i 5 314 544 482 393 466 349

Arz. 4 8 10 2 -
Calif. 448 485 393 402 362 231 291 168 182 114 273 322 374
Florida 18 16 168 221 256 284 432 425 253 176 35
Tex. 26 40 4 4 39 4 -
Total 410 485 393 444 464 1 493 618 539 526 498 409
cinnati
Ari. 3 -
Calif. 138 149 126 114 53 34 30 19 21 16 38 53 85
Florida 3 20 101 115 130 138 162 157 119 72 17
Tex, 3 3 1 1 -
Total 141 149 126 137 157 149 183 158 185 173 157 125 102

Ariz. 1 1 4 1 2 1 Un-
Calif. 168 196 148 152 106 90 112 61 63 58 88 106 avail
Florida 6 7 80 99 108 113 189 140 137 57 able
Tex. 6 4 1 -
Total 175 196 148 165 190 190 224 175 252 199 227 164


Ariz. 2 3 1 2 3 -
California 42 54 46 25 12 21 30 16 17 14 32 32 40
Florida -. 4 1 28 23 30 8 1
Teg_. 18 16 31 27 23 31 7 -
Total 42 54 46 43 28 58 61 40 78 44 65 40 41


Ariz. 4 3 -
Calif. 75 54 65 43 26 46 84 37 40 35 85 61 57
Florida 3 9 33 10 2
Tax. 4 18 8 2 8 13 7 -
Total 75 54 65 47 44 58 92 45 62 75 97 63 57
roi4
Ariz. 2 3 16 1 Un-
Calif. 265 254 227 234 163 134 208 115 109 90 174 158 avail
Florida 12 7 105 125 114 160 304 272 171 95 able
Tex. 9 11 1 1 -
Total 279 254 227 250 279 262 339 277 413 362 345 253
rt Worth
Calif. 24 19 24 15 11 12 11 7 4 6 22 25 26
Florida 7 1 15 28 11 1 -
Tex. 5 21 21 16 16 14 6 -
Total ?4 19 24 20 32 40 28 23 33 40 33 26 26


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CAITZ 3M=ZADS OF raMGES in 25 CIITIES OM JULY 194a2 T~B JULY 1943
BY M)1TII S Ai D BY sTATES OF ORIGIN (CONT'D )*


State


I and me.Isms.l oce.l word ,=0.1 an d >=>.1 usu.1 ecl ar I = I saw


Kansas City
Ariz. 3 1 1 ..
Calif. 84 66 63 48 35 62 86 51 43 28 72 65 77
Florida 5 20 7 3 65 58 33 5 -
Tex .. 14 20 2 4 27 6 2 -
Total 84 66 63 62 60 87 98 81 115 88 105 70 77


- 1 -
~ 1
- 1 1


- 2
- 2


Minneagolis
Ariz. 3 1 1 1 -
Calif. 92 84 75 50 30 64 94 56 57 41 83 70 66
Florida 17 30 9 6 51 62 34 13 -
Tea. 6 29 1 22 4 -
Total 92 84 75 56 76 97 10 84 113 104 117 83 66


Calif. 60 76 40 32 31 2 4 25 39
Florida 29 36 56 129 90 99 62 11
La. - -
Tex., 36 17 1 1 -
Total 60 76 40 70 46 33 36 5- 130 92 103 87 50


Now York CUity
Ariz. 1 3 1 1 3 -
Calif, 1093 1277 1207 1102 690 320 403 108 198 165 310 563 689
Florida 286 12 74 641 800 984 948 1360 1393 987 788 188
Tex. 1 2 3 -
Not SDecified 1 -
Total 1380 1289 1207 1177 1333 1120 1390 1057 1558 1562 1300 1352 877
Oaklana. Calif.
Calif. 3 1 5 5 2 1 3 11 34 28 47 21 9
STotal 3 1 5 5 2 1 3 11 34 28 47 21 9
Oklahoma CiUW
Ariz. 1 2 2 3 -
Calif. 32 25 24 20 4 24 14 18 14 11 21 28 26
Florida 3 1 14 17 13 -
Tex, 9 28 19 16 7 9 -
Total 32 25 24 29 32 47 32 26 37 30 37 28 26
Philadelphia
Ariz. 2 -
Calif. 485 556 454 414 198 9 157 6 40 40 93 225 296
Florida 87 31 308 348 367 398 540 551 403 346 88
Tex., I ;. -
Total 572 556 454 446 506 442 524 424 580 591 496 571 384
Pittsburrgh
Ariz. 1 6 1 -
Calif. 251 244 202 220 125 100 158 75 77 59 103 140 136
Florida 16 8 108 116 104 126 227 216 158 100 20
Tax. 4 11 3 ---
otal 268 244 202 232 244- 225 264 201 304 375 261 241 156
o.rtland. OFe.


Calif. 66 60 51 56 63 80 79 84 78 68 86 79 56
Florida 2 46 3 -
Te. .. .- .. 1 -
Total 66 60 5 56 63 80 79 84 81 114 89 79 56


Los Amgeles
Ariz.
Calif .
Total


I J _


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CART ULoADS OF ORANGES 25 CITIES o0M. JUIL 1949 T JUL. 1943
BY WN -AND Y SAXSUM OF ORIGIN .COT


State


St. Lou:
Ariz
Call
Flor
Tax,.


Ls
.. 5 7 3 -
f. 152 144 145' 136 59 89 85 65 67 32 90 102 132
ida 1 30 105 78 72 139 135 71 41 10
16 42 1 1 28 11 -
ITotal 152 144 145 153 131 200 171 168 217 167 161 143 142


. Paul
Ariz. 1 -
Calif. 35 26 37 24 14 19 34 23 25 17 31 26 27
Florida 1 2 1 2 7 14 7 4
Tex. 1 -. -
'Total 35 26 37 24 16 22 35 25 32 31 38 30 27


10 16 23 s .13
10 16 23 20. 13


- 2 -
5 8 28 65 62 102 95 5
5 10 28 65 63 102 95 50


Seattle
Ari. 2 2 1 1 -
Calif. 119 95 66 96 77 93 153 114 98 96 100 111
Florida 80 11 1
Tez, .. 2 1 -
Total 119 95 66 96 77 93 155 116 101 177 112 112
Washington. D.C.
Ariz. 2 1 1 -
Calif. 97 114 112 76 27 9 16 19 11 19 28 63 84
Florida 2 5 72 77 89 99 155 143 120 106 14
Total 99 114 112 81 99 88 106 119 166 162 148 169 98
*- Origin not specified, in most instances, refers to "Imnports."


CARIOT MIOADS OF GAEPERUIT in 25 CITIES FROM JULY 1942 1U JULY 1943
BY 1DNTES AD BY STATES OF ORIGMI


State


i JULY AUG.SEPT.I OCT. 107V. IEC. JAN. FIEB.I M&R.I A. MAY JUEj JULY


Atlanfa
Ariz. 3 -
Calif. 1 1 3
Florida 13 17 13 11 14 34 24 17 11 1
Tez 1 3 -
Total 4 1 4 13 17 14 11 17 34 24 17 11 4


Baltimore
Ariz.
Calif.
Florida
Tex,
Tn+ntl


7
12 7
S3

22 7


3 3 16
- 42 39 30 43 45 88 52 48 19 2
- 4 13 15 6 13 6 8 1 -
3 46 52 45 49 58 94 60 49 22 18


San Francisco
Ariz.
Calif.
Total


*


..... I


II [ I


22 7"


I I


St


JULY AUG. SEPT. OCT.j 0V. DEC. JAN. FEB. MABR.1 APE.1 MAY | JUE JULY






:2., -,


cam MtyM or a s 2&1= U 5 Ca=-=S MW Jtmr 1942 m0 Jir 1943
BY M=S AM BY -SmSS Of ORIGM rONS*D*

w ate JUY .IG. SEPT. OCT. NOV.| =C.I JAIN. 1 IB. MAR. APR. MAY JUE JU

Sz. 4 1 2 3
Calif. 36 25 1 7 1 1 1 15 39
Florida .4 00 61 51 88 78 144 129 103 61 3
Tax. 16 62 58 55 74 64 25 19 -
Not Sp2ecified 3 -
.1 44 25 2 126 124 109 143 13 209 156 126 76 -

riz. 8 2 4 5 3
Calif. 28 29 22 1 4 85 54
Florida 1 20 1 8 11 3 51 110 85 60 10
x. 136 217 219 255 265 337 191 95 3
Total 36 30 22 164 &218 2M8 J6 258 388 303 188 153
mfBin ntl ..
A .- -riz. 14 2 7 1
SCalif. 13 15 12 a 1 5 2
Florida 49 8 19 17 38 50 46 37 4 -
S Tea. 31 69 66 49 6 64 43 13 2
{- .Not Specifie ....- ~ -- -
T ota~. l 7 15 1 8 77 79 102 93 62

Ari. 9-- 2 2 3 6 Un-
Calif 7 11 3 2 17 avail |
F florida 34 1 26 13 46 65 72 18 able .
ex ,. 82 89 76 84 Z7 9 17 1
Total, 1 8 0 97 125 9 9
z. 1 - - ,
S Calif. 8 1 1 4
Florida a a -i 6 -
Tax 13 21 23 24 30 51 6 20 -2 "
9. 1 1 1 1 a1. 2 24 30 5 26 6 426
SAP i 3 17 6 -
SCalif. 15 7 5 1 1 2 4 3 29 13
S Florida -a -
19 42 4 51 65 100 3 33 1

l.f z. 14 a 1 3 3 Un-
Calif. 7 13 5 1 31 avaAI
Florida 31 17 16 42 38 70 69 72 30 a 1
Tr. 54 87 97 -102 98 137 78 23 2
'T W 0 a .1 .d a 5 it

aI;a a-a a a . 4
Calif. 3 6 3 7
Florida 2 -
.- 5 . 1 0 5 a 11 -
Total 3 3 6 8 20 B6 11 13 27 15 2D 13


z1 5 3
Cali. 9 31 7 1 1 13 18
Florida 1 4 13 3
39 77 6 76 79 88 64 49 2 A
total 7- 31 7 41 78 63 76 79 M89 N 6 9 'E


L._'
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- 14 -


CARLOT UTIOADS OF GRAPEE RIT in 25 CITIES EER4 JULY 1942 ~_lE JULY 1943
BY 1INTEIS AND BY STATES OF ORIGIN (CONT'ID*


State


Los Angelas
Ariz.
Calif.
Total


2 8 2 21 35 31 33 33
- 2 2 -
2 8 2 23 37 31 33 33


Mizmegoolis
Ariz. 1 2 -
Calif. 5 1 3 13 10
Florida 1 1 3 19 24 3 -
Tex .- 47 89 67 81 84 79 35 15 2 -
Total 5 4 2 47 89 67 82 85 83 58 41 18 10


rOrleaus
Aris. 1 -
Calif. 5 1 1 2 4 9
Florida 1 4 5 3 3 2
Tex., - 9 3 9 8 17 24 15 12 2
Total 6 1. 1 9 5 10 10 17 28 20 15 9 11


New York City
Ariz. 4. 5 -
Calif. 120 95 85 13 1 a 2 43 61
Florida 21 378 406 337 480 415 616 590 353 204 15
Tex. 41 69 110 79 126 74 35 2 -
Not Specified. 29 66 - - -
Total 145 95 114 498 475 448 559 541 690 625 357 252 76


Oakland. Calif.
Ariz.
Calif.
Total


8 7 10 17 6 13 10 7 -
5- 2 41 9 13 9 3 9 7
5 8 9 N14 26 19 22 13 16 _7


Oklahoma City
Ariz.
Calif.
'Cn+.nl


g i


2 2 1
1 9
S 10 14 1.6 26 22 33 18 8 -
- 10 14 16 26 22 33 20 11 10_


Philadelohia .
Ariz. 9 2
Calif. 22 20 15 2 6 15
Florida 13 127 98 60 98 87 170 167 129 104 6
Te x. 37 53 77 39 67 35 13 1 -
Not Specified. 3 -
Total 44 20 15 169 151 137 137 154 205 180 132 110 21W
Pittsburah
Aria. 7 1 1 2 -
Calif. 7 7 6 2 7 8
Florida 48 20 11 32 22 40 66 68 43 3
Tex. 23 57 58 38 73 89 37 -
Not Specified- 1 - -
Total 14 7 6 74 77 69 68 95 129 104 69 52 113


rtland. Ore.
Ariz. 14 1 16 10 20 13 12 10 3 1
Calif. 23 8 9 7 1 4 6 10 13 19 4 18 22
Florida 1 1 2 1 1. 1 5 2 1
Tex .. 2 18 14 11 17 17 23 -
Total 38 9 9 9 20 36 28 48 44 59 16 21 24


Louis
Ariz. 7 2
Calif. 13 13 8 3 2 6 8
Florida .1 1 2 3 9 15 10 2
Tex 40 87 103 89 98 135 107 78 7 -
Total 20 12 8 44 88 103 91 98 140 116 93 25 10


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JULY AUG.I SEPT. OCT1. NOV.j IEC.1 JAN.J FEB. MAR. APR. MA I JUNE JULY






- 15 -


CAMLOT UNLIADS OF GRAPEMTIT in 25 CITIES !ROM JULY 1942 VBRU JULY 1943


BY M ITIS AND BY STATES OF ORIGIN (CONT'D~*


SJULYJ AUG.ISEPT. OCT.i NOV. rEC. JAN.1 FEB. MA.I AR.I MAY I JUE JULY


- 1 6
. 1 2 -
4 12 17 22 17 14 15 6
- - 12 17 23 17 14 17 12


1
1
1 -
2 1


Francisco
Ariz. 13 12 12 14 19 17 23 9 9
Calif, 5 21 12 9 7 12 19 28 46 10 50 31
Total 18 21 12 9 12 19 26 38 45 69 19 59 31


18 2 8 17 25 21 34
19 12 22 10 6 5 14 7 18
- 1 1 1 8
- 8 44 33 11 41 22 34
37 14 22 19 45 48 33 80 50 94


6 10
1 27

9 37


Washington. D.C.
Calif. 4 7
Florida -
Tex 4 7
Total 4 7


7 1 6 13
9 18 16 32 32 73 69 56 40 1
9 8 6 1 4 11 5 2 -
7 19 36 22 43 43 78 71- 56 46 14


*- Origin not specified, in most instances, refers to "Imports".


State


Florida
Tex ,.
+.n l


Seattle
Ariz.
Calif.
Florida
Tex,
Total


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. . .. -- A


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- 16 -


CA=~TL UNLOADS OF ORIDA TANGERINES in 25 CITIES
F~BM OCMoBER 1942 TER MAY 1943


City OCT. NOV. DEC. JAN. FEB. MA. APR. MAYI A

Atlanta 9 5 7 4 -
Baltimore 1 32 42 37 5 -
Boston 3 62 94 91 16 -
Chicago --# 3 110 153 119 26 -
Cincinnati 4 56 53 47 6 -
Cleveland --- 4 67 69 52 11 -
Dallas 2 5 1 -
Denver -- 1 3 5 7 1
Detroit 8 101 90 92 17 1
Fort Worth 2 -
Kansas City 8 10 21 3 -
Los Angeles -
Minneapolis -- 12 12 15 2
New Orleans 3 15 5 -
New York City 47 300 364 322 101 10 1
Oakland, Calif. -
Oklahoma City 1 10 3 -
Philadelphia 7 134 135 128 44
Pittsburgh 3 82 89 91 17
Portland, Ore.-- 1 1 1 1 -
St. Louis -.. 2 23 27 26 1 -
St. Paul 4 1 -
San Francisco -
Seattle 3 2 1
Washington, D. C. 5 19 10 1 -

S-- Additional tangerine unloads:
Chicago -- Nov. Tex. 1 car. Portland, Ore. -- Dec. Calif. 2.
Cleveland -- Dec. Tex. 1 car. Jan. Calif. 1.
Denver -- Dec. Tex. 1 car. San Francisco --- Dec. Calif. 2.
Detroit -- Nov. Teax. 1 car.
Minneapolis Nov. Tax. 1 car. Seattle -- Dec. Calif. 4.
St. Louis -- Nov. Tex. 2 cars. Jan. Origin not
specified 1.









CARIOT UNLOADS OF MIXED CITMUS in 25 CITIES FROM JULY 1942 TIRU JULY 1943
BY MO1NTS AND BY STATES OF ORIGIN

State j JULYI AUG.|SEPT.1 OCT.1 NOV.j DEC.[ JAN. FEBI. AR. A MY JUXEI JUL=


1
1


Atlanta
Calif.
Florida
m__


- 3


53 27 28 10 6 3


Tex -
Total 1 4 14 39 53 27 28 10 6 3 3


-


- R


65 54


65 54


-94-4
89--S0 -!5


1 -
-4-4


S -- ---


65 5


Baltimore
Calif.
Florida
To+,A.1







- 17 -


CAIp0T mMnADS O MITrED CIM. fl in 25 CITIES_80M JULY 1942 TS JULY 1943


BY MONTHS AMND BY STATES OF ORIGIN (CONT'D)


State


OCT. NOV. ~


Calif.


s2


.n0L10.a a.
tPn~nl 1 2


1 1 1 2 -
- 16 62 85 98 89 51
1 17 63 87 98 89 51


1 2 8
28 7 -
29 9 .8


2 -
50 31 29
2 -


- 1 5 4 5
12 3 1 1 5 2 2
1 17 54 49 41 61 29
OA 8 7 8 1A 7 2


14 23
13 -
- -


Te.x. i -
Total 54 31 29 37 49 67 62 65 70 33 21 27 23
Cincinnati
Aiz. 1 "
Caif. 5 15 3 1 2
Florida 9 32 43 42 39 29 25 13 21
Te. 4 a 2 -
Total 6 15 3 14 36 45 42 41 29 25 13 23 2
Cleveland
Axiz. 1 Un-
Calif. 7 6 3 5 1 1 1 4 avail
Flori da 3 13 17 15 16 11 10 1 able
Tlex. o 2 1 2 2I ----
Total 7 6 3 7 4 15 19 17 17 12 10 6


1


4TOfal 4. .1. .15


2 2 2 -

-- I- *- f


20 7 11 17 8
20 7 11 17 8


I -
5 2 5 -
5 2 5 -


1
S 1 -
1 5
1 -
1 2 5


- 1
1 2 -

- 2-
1 2 1


1 2 3 1 1 -
S 2 2 1 a
5 17 33 37 36 16
1 2 -
7 21 36 42 38 18


1 "


Tex. i


Total 1


Kansas Cia
Calif.
Florida
m-_


TLex.. -
Ttal -


1
-
3 2 2 1
3 4 3 2 -


1 2 2


1 2 2


Total
Los Angeles -....

Minneaolis
Calif. 1 1 2 1 1 5
Florida 1 1 2 3 3 -
Tex. -- 1 4 2 1 6 1 -- -
Total 1 4 5 3 3 9 5 1 1 5
New Orleans
Calif. 3 4 2 4
Floria 4 4 4 16 9 9 11 5 -

Toal 1 3 7 5 4 4 16 9 9 11 7 4


Chicago
Ariz.
Calif.
Florida
m-_


Az.
Calif.
m-_


x 5


Catif.
Florida
*Te^-


Detroit
Ariz.
Calif.
Florida
m .


4 11


-4 1
4 11


Fort Worth
Calif.
mn__


4 3


- Un-
1 avail
3 able
w


4 -


L
I


-


I


--


JULY AUG. SEPT. OCT. NOV.I HC. JAN.I EB. MAR. ABPR.I Ma J E JULY


J I I I I


I


Tota I 2


Tota iI I


To 2


-Inr.o r. r. o


Tota- -


Totl 1- 4


7 4


m_-_ .


S i.






-2


CARW tUaDMS 07 zz cIaus in M= Ms a-L JU9Y 1942 Vt JULY 194


BY 'MTs AND BY STATES o ORSGIG (CONT'D)


State I JUI| AUG.1SEP. OCT. NMV. IIBC.I JAN.I B.. M. A. M. I JMME JvUw


rYork Ci+4
Ariz. 1
Calif. 99 78 46 21 7 1 2 2 8 6 7 9 9
Florida 6 21 ,120 349 435 419 386 255 207 130 4
Tex,. .4 1 -
Total 105 46 4 17 35 438 421 394 26 215 39
cana. Ca if.

Total. .' . 1 -
LOgm C4ity ,r 1

Total .*.-.-. 1 -

ali 22 18 9 1 1 21
Florida 6 18 11 76 174 207 195 196 100 59 24 3
al 1 77 174 2 59 25
Total 28 18 9 11 77 174 209 195 1 1


jittabugh
Ariz. 1 -
Calif. 6' 6.
Florida. .


Florida


Te riz. -

Total 8

r: ^ i 320 15
\ rFlorida x
Soa e20 .15
Total 20 i5


7 2 3 1 4 -
3 33 49 76 '75 72 37
. 1 1 -
7 ( 36 51 77 76 76 37


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


7 3 1 -
S 25 18 10 5
W 14 28 8 8 8 5
7 17 29 a- 18 10


.. 1
1 4 14
23 11


1 5 4

- -5 4
1 5 4


1 5 26
8 2 "

9 ,2


.2 2


1 -
b( U4
A ~~ C


- I.4 .


.4 ..4 .4 -
2 - 2 ... .4
2 2 ~


1 -
1 -
2 ..


.4 .4 .4;


Eainttl -- - .


.. Calif. 1 3 2 .3 3 1 .. .2 .
Tier. 2 3. -
Total 1 3 2 3 3 1 2 4 2
Washington. D.C.
Calif. 1 1 -
Florida. 3 8 34 25 26 16 10 6 2 .
Total 1 1 3 8 34 25 26 1i 10 2


OF*


X! ~e~nr
,.
..



PsrJ~

: I
P~i;l

'i
XPJ


Florida
I=x.


Ariz.
Calif.
total


2
1 -


3
-


-- ---


---


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-


--


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I I


2


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2 23


A 11 2


2 5 6 1


m-x- i







19 -

RICK RECEIPTS OF QRAN ES in 12 CITIES FEOM JULY 1942 TRU JULY 1943
BY MNTfS AID BY STATES OF ORIGIN. APPROXIgATE CARIOTS


State I JULY j ,.SEPT.I OCT.| NOV.1 DEC.] JAN .1 EB. MAR AP. MA JE JULY


Florida 1 26 127 170 85 119 109 93 44 29 2
Total 1 -. 2 127 170 85 119 109 93 44 9 .

SSnanifiied.- -2 -


1 24 21 17
1 1 1
2 25 21 18


8 13 17 6

8 13 17 6


Kansas City
Calif.
Florida
Tax


- 3
4 -
- 10 4 5
- 10 8 8


1 4 1
2 -
1 1 -
4 5 1


Los; Annelesf


Ariz.- 4 1 1 4 8 1 1
Calif. 368 462 411 402 350 419 371 331 486 381 382 267
TotalJ 368 462 411 43 350 423 373 322 430 389 383 268
Orleans
Florida 4 3 1 1 -
La. 1 35 87 128 72 39 12 4
Tex. 5 1 *
Total 10 35 88 18 72 39 15 5 1
, |i ,i


New York City


v, -- | , ... .

alif. 98 64 68 72 65 98 99 93 116 86 81 71 96
Total 98 64 68 72 65 98 99 93 116 86 81 71 96


1 1 -


- 1
.1 0


1 1 -
1 2 -L
i


1 1
2 -
- 1


O'aj . -


SFlor3ia


- 4


1 1 -


Tex, -
I- A A 9


m, 4-


San Xr'nisco
Aiz J. -
A oiz. 1 -
Clif. 121 109 88 95 141 156 157 158 141 114 110 76 125
Total 122 109 88 95 141 156 157 158 141 114 110 76 125


Washington. D.C.
S loricda 2
Tex.
**.Not Specified 5 3
Total 7 3


*- Via New York City.

**- Via Baltimore.


8 31 17 14 16 8 7 30
- 1 3 -
3 4 4 4 3 3 -
3 1- 37 21 17 19 8 7 30


Chcago
Florida
fp-


2 -


1 -


Philadelhia.
*Calif.
Florida
I1


3 1

3 1
3 1


ICFUL _- -
'Pot~nl


Total w . I III


Tot~l -


m-L_,


I-


-- ~I


.- .. .. -- ,


ii i I I


Total 2


I


Ne


Florida 1 -
To' al .. 1 -


_ 4


. J. -







- 20 -


TRUCK RECEIPTS OF RAP'EUaM rI in. 12 CITIES FRl M JULY 1942 TIzHB JULY 1943
BY hiNHS AND BY STAES OF aSIGIN. APPROXIM=AB CALOTS


I JLY AUG.SEPT. OCT. IOV.1 nC. J.N. FEB MAR. MAIY JUNE JULY


Atlanta
Florida 2 21 12 19 25 22 26 20 12 1
Tex, .. 1 1 4 3 2 1 -
Total -24 22 13 23 28 24 26 21 12 1


Chicago
Florida

Total
Kansas City


-. S. ,


1 2 -
7 14 12 3 2 1
8 14 12 3 4 1


Te 3 4 8 5 14 9 11 2
Total 3 4 8 5 14 9 11 2
Aneol ,c


Ariz. 37 2 3 80 110 88 92 102 75 116 82
Calif. 130 139 109 51 32 98 133 131 191 201 74 119
Total 167 141 109 54 112 208 221 223 293 276 190 201


New Orleans
Florida 1 1 -
La. 1 1 1 2 -
Tex, 2- -
Total -.7 1 2 1 2 -1
New York City
Tex. -1 -
Total 1 -
Oaklan.d. Calif .
Ariz. 7 4 5 6 8 4 2 1
Calif. 9 13 11 3 6 5 2 3 9 5 15 12
Total 9 13 11 3 7 10 10 8 11 13 7 16 12
PhIladelghia
Calif 1 -
Florida - 1 -
1 1 1 1 2 -
*Not Specified 1 1 -
Total 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 2 1
St. Louis
Tex. 2 1 1 2 1 1 -
Total 2 1 1 2 1 1 -


San Francisco
Arisz.
Calif .
TOta


- 12 3 6 1 7 3
20 16 11 4 2 22 19 23 18 19
20 16 11 4 14 25 25 24 25 22


8 19 8
8 19 A


Washinton., D.C.
Florida 10 13 6 5 2 2 1 12 -
Tox. 1 2 1 1 1 -
**Not Specified 1 3 3 4 1 2 -
Total 1 -14 18 11 7 5 2 1 12


*- Via New York City.

**- Via Baltimore.


State


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TRUCK RECEIPTS 9F OF ~.AE ES in 12 CITIES ra J UY.1942 .TMl JMUY 1943
BY NaS AMD BY STATES OF ORIGIN. A.ABRXIMAZg CARLOTS


State


SJULY A3JG.j ST. OCT. NOV. PEC, JA. FfB. MAR. APR. MAY JUNE JULY


Atlanta
..lorida 1 9 24 30 19 1 1
Total 12 29 34 30 19 1 -

Bo -,-, .- -

Chicano
Florida 4 18 7 7 5 1 -
Total 4 18 7 7 5 1 -

Kansas City
Tea, 1 1 a-
Total -- 1 1 --


Los Anggles
Ariz,
Calif.
Total

Florida
TL


*--1
. a 3 2 47
- a 2 48


a a


.Total -


1
36 30


37 30


- 4
- i2 18 13 1
a 21 18 13 5


New York City
Florida- 1 1 -
Total 1 I -


- 4 3 1~


-- A I


- 1
. 1


- a a a *


- 4 -3-


- 1
- 1


St. L 2
lortal 2 a a .-
Total .. a a- - - "


San Fr m"cco
Ariz.
Calif.
Total


Washingodn. a.C.
Florida
I*T+. nnn P4 arl


a) a a


.- 7 4 11 3 -
- 1 2 a -


Toa -- a 3


*- Via New York City.

**- Via Baltimore.

.- Conversion figure, truok receipts oranges and grapefruit, Florida and Texas 400 boxes
per car California and Arizona 460 boxes per car; Tangerines, Florida 800 1/2-boxes
per car.


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DISTRIBUTION OF FfORIDA CITRUS (PRAIL 0MY) 1942-43 SEASON

Destinations were obtained on nearly 70 000 cars of Florida citrus during the
1942-43 season or on a total of 69,590 cars. Of this number 41,212 cars were oranges,
11,637 gapefruit, 4,927 tangerines and 11,814 mixed citrus. In contrast to recent sea-
sons, there were relatively fewer cars to the east and more to border states and to ter-
ritory which ordinarily receive few or no cars of Florida citrus. Particularly was this
the case in the distribution of oranges tangerines and mixed citrus. The distribution
of grapefruit followed more closely that of a year ago.
In oranges, Florida's shipments increased to the middle and far west due
largely to the relatively light movement from California and the very active demand.
Colorado received 59 cars as against 1 a year ago. Forty-seven cars were destined to
Oregon points compared to a single car in 1941-42. Utah received 19 cars the first
time this State has been represented in the orange distribution since 1933-34. In the
middle west, Minnesota received nearly three times the number of cars of Florida oranges,
which this State has had on an average for the past six seasons. There were 173 cars
destined to Iowa in contrast to 23 a year ago and Wisconsin more than doubled the receipts
of last year or 333 cars compared to 153. 'he south also received relatively more cars
than a year ago. Cars destined to Mississippi totaled 491 compared to 360 last season.
North Carolina received 1,101 in contrast to 736 and Tennessee 1,639 against 956. A good-
ly portion of this increase to the southern states, however, may be attributed to less
volume by truck and heavier shipments by rail. Despite the fact that the total distribu-
tion of Florida oranges during he 1942-43 season was 5,000 cars more than in 1941-42 or
an over-all increase of nearly 15 per cent in most instances, there was a noticeable de-
crease in the number of cars destined to the east. New York State received approximately
1,000 cars less, Pennsylvania's receipts declined nearly 500 cars or 5 196 this year as
against 5,620 a year ago. Massachusetts also received fewer cars or 2,973 compared to
3,304.
The Florida grapefruit distribution did not vary to any noticeable extent from
a year ago. After the close of the Texas season, there were fairly heavy shipments to the
mid-west and a few States, such as Nebraska, Iowa and Kansas, received considerably more
Florida grapefruit than last season. Approximately two-thirds of Florida's grapefruit
shipments to western territory were made after Mar. 1st. Because of the heavy cannery out-
put, grapefruit was the only class of Florida citrus with less cars of fresh shipments than
a year ago.
In keeping with the very large crop of Florida tangerines, destinations were tab-
ulated on more cars than any previous season. Government buying aided materially in the
wide distribution a considerable portion of which reached new territory in the middlewest.
Eleven additional states received cars of Florida tangerines during the 1942-43 season com-
pared with a year ago. As with oranges, there were relatively fewer cars to the east and
more to the mid-west and south. The mixed citrus volume also was heavy. Destinations were
secured on more cars than at any time since 1930-31 and closely approached the peak figure
for 'mixed' during the past 18 years. There was a pronounced gain in most southern states.
Distribution to the middlewest was very good and practically all States in this area showed
substantial increases. In the east, the States of New York, Pennsylvania and Massachusetts,
all received relatively fewer cars of mixed citrus as compared to a year ago.


In comparing the rail distribution with shipments, it should be kept
in mind that shipments were made before the Market News Office was opened and
after it was closed & destinations of these shipments were not available. There
were also 2,283 cars of l.c.1 shipments (consolidated into car-lots) via express.
*~he passing through the Florida gateways, Potomac Yard and Cincinnati (corrected
by diversions at Savannah, Atlanta and Cincinnati) form the basis of the distri-
bution figures. Rail diversions accomplished beyond Potomac Yard and Cincinnati
and those beyond the Florida gateways and unloaded this side of Potomac Yard and
Cincinnati were not reported.



Interstate trk destinatis are not available for the 1942-43 season.
In recent ears, this information has boon secured from the State Department
of Agriculture road-guard stations, but these stations were not operated dur-
ing the 1942-43 season, Due also to the war emergencies, there were no boat
shipments.




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A Amore
Bessemer
#Birmingham
Carp Bucker
Camp Sibert
Clanton
Collinsville
Daleville
Decatur
Dnropolis
Dothan
Florence
Ft. Mc Clellan
Ft. PaSyne
Gadsden
Huntsville
Mobile
Montgomery
New Brockton
Ozark
Sebla
Sheffield
Sylacauga
Talladega
Troy
Tuscaloosa
Winfield
York
Total
.;'T'otal "


aRIL DISR% I=ffN nTIBmAm CIIJS 1942-43 =A=SO


Q 4CTI (c (Cont'd)
Total


1
3
23
5
1
538
5
1
2
1
11
18
3
9
3
12
2
23
25
73
140
1
1
28
10
1
2
2
20
3
-965


BenP oville 1
Blytheville 3
Cam Chaffee 8
"Joe T. Robinson 9
El Dorado 1
Ft. Smith 4
Helena 3
Hot Springs 3
Jonesboro 1
Little Rock 24
Texarkana
Total


Colorado Springs 3
Denver
Total


OInNECTICUIT
Bridgeport
E. Hartford
Greenwich
Hartford
New Britain
New Haven
New London
Norwalk
Norwich
So. Norwalk
Terryville


Milford
Wilmington
Total


5
2
351


DIST OF CQLUMBIA
Washington 800
Total --m

Carrdbelle 1
"Grdcn Johnson 1
Chattahoochee 1
Jacksonville 68
Pensacola 24
Tallahassee 4
Yukon
Total

Albany 19
Americus 1
Atlanta 465
Augusta 32
Austell 1
Camilla 1
Camp Gordon 11
Camp Stewart 5
Camp 'Wheelor 6
Columbus 96
Dalton 9
Decatur 1
Dublin 1
Ft. Benning 58
Benning Jet. 1
Franklinton 7
Gainesville 1
Griffin 2
Grovetown 8
Jesup 2
La Grange 4
Lyons 1
Macon 33
Marietta 1
Milledgevillo 3
Oaklandu City 38
Rome 23
Summrrville 1
Statesboro 1
Swainsboro 1
Thomasville 77
Valdosta 1
Vidalia 4
Walthourville 1
Wadley .1
West Point
Total

tolse _..1
Total 1


Cairo
Camp Ellis
Carbondale
ChMapaign
Chicago
Danville
Docatur
#E. St. Louis
Eldorado
Florida
Frankfort
Frooport
Galosburg
Great Leos
Harrisburg
Kanlakoo
Mc Cook
Molino
Ottawa
Pooria
Pinckmoyvillo
Quincy
Rocdkord
Rockport
Rock Island
Scott Field
Springfield
Stroatr
Waukon -


dor son
Blocmington
Canmp At torbury
Edinburg
Evansvillo
Ft. Wayne
Gay
Indianapolis
La Fayotto
Lawronceburg
Logansport
Marion
Muncio
New Castle
Richmond
Seymour
South Bend
Torre Hauto
Vinconnos
Total

Burlington
Centerville
Codar Falls
Codar Rapids
Croston*
Davenport
Des Moinos
Dubuque
Estherrille
Ft. Dodge


,. r?-


8
9
1
22
12
2,139
20
14
21
5
1
2
2
3
25
1
1
1
1
1
55
1
1
14
1
7
1
10
1



1
4
5
4
120
107
7
358
13
1
7
1
7
2
6
2
29
29



5
1
.5
13
2
12
66
8
2
3


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IOWA (Cont'd)
Mason City
Marshalltown
Sioux City
Ottumwa
Waterloo
Total
KANSAS
Camp Phillips
aporia
Goodland
Great Bend
Hutchinson
Kansas City
Liberal
Pittsburg
Salina
Snolan
Topeka
Wichita
Winfield
Total


1 RAs A (Cont'dI)
New eans 448
Shreveport 18
Sinons 2
Total 22


2
1
44
1
7

1
2
1
1
7
3
1
6
2
2
18


Ashland 15
Bowling Green 1
Campbellsville 1
Cam Breckenridge 9
Covington 1
Danville 2
East Bernstadt 1
Elizabethtown 1
Edgoten 5
Ft. Knox 19
Glasgow 2
Harlan 20
Hazard 4
Henderson 5
Horton 1
Jackson 1
Lebanon 1
Lexington 96
Louisville 432
Maysville 2
Murray 1
Owensboro 17
Paducah 39
Paintsville 8
Pikeville 2
Russell
Total -

Alexandria 43
Baton Rouge 37
Bogalusa 1
Bringhurst 5
Camp Claibore 7
" ahan 10
" Livingston 6
" Polk 8
Lafayette 6
Lake Charles 4
Leesville 3
Monroe 24


Bangor
Caribou
Grand Island
Portland
Port Allen
Total

S RYAKND
Aberdeen
Baltimore
Cambridge
Colora
Ft. Meade
Frederick
Hagerstown
Pocomoke City
Salisbury
Total
MASSAUSETTS
Amerst
Ayer
Bedford
Boston
Cambridge
Camp Edwards
Charlestown
Dorchoster
E. Cambridge
Falmouth
Fitchburg
Ft. Devons
Hyannis
Lawrence
Lynn
New Bedford
N. Abington
Pittsfield
Somerville
Springfield
orcester
Total

Battle Creek
Bay City
Detroit
Flint
Grand Rapids
Houghton
Ishpeming
Jackson
Kalamazoo
Lansing
Muskegon
Owosso
Saginaw
Total


MINNESOTA
Albert Loa 2
Bellingham 1
Brainerd 1
Duluth 21
Hibbing 1
Mhakato 5
Marshall 2
Minneapolis 22S
Minn. Transfer 1
Rochester 1
St. Cloud 3
St. Paul 31
Thief River Falls 2
Winona -
Total 298


6
1
1
89



4
1,560
1
2
17
1
22
8



1
2
1
2,333
18
3
7
2
11
2
7
4
14
2
1
7
3
2
347
183



7
3
1,265
54
242
1
22
12
16
4
1
3

1,64


MISSISSIPPI
Batesville
Biloxi
Brookhaven
Calhoun
Ca Mc Cain
Shelby
Van Dorn
Canton
Centreville
Clarksville
Cleveland
Columbus
Corinth
Drew
Elliott
Greenville
Greenwood
Grenada
Gulfport
Gulf Field
Hattiesburg
Jackson
Keesler Field
Laurel
Mc Comb
Meridian
Natchez
Picayune
Philadelphia
Quithan
Ripley
Sherman
Tumelo
Utica
Vicksburg
West Point
Winona
Woodville
Yazoo City
Total


-1
8
9
1
2
35
6
1
8
2
3
9
4
4
2
53
27
10
13
1
32
108
6
31
2
32
9
1
7
1
1
2
45
1
2
3
1
1


MISS0URI
amp Crowder
Cape Girardeau
Ft. Leo. Wood
Hannibal
Jefferson Basracks
Joplin


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RAIL DISTRIBUTION OQRGIA CIT jS 1942-43 SEASON


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RAIL DISTRIBUTION FORBIl CITRUS 1942-43 SEAfON


MIOURI (Cont' d
Kansas City 181
Mc Elhany 4
Monett 4
Newburg 1
St. Joseph 4
St. Louis 547
Springfield _
Total 7


killings
Butte
Great Falls
Havre
Helena
Kalispell
Miles City
Missoula
Total

Beatrice
Crawford
Grand Island
Hastings
Lincoln
Norfolk
Omaha
Scotts Bluff
Total
NEW VAMPIRE
Keene
Total


3
5
2
3
1
3
1
--91


1
1
4
2
14
1
63



5


NEW JERSEY
Atlantic City 8
Camden 2
Camp Skelton 1
Ft. Dix 34
Greenville Piers 6
Hackensack 7
Hawthorne 8
Jersey City 47
Monnouth 1
Newark 264
New Brunswick 2
N. Hawthorne 64
Passiac 1
Paterson 6
Rutherford 57
Trenton 5
Waterford 2
Waverly 21
Total 746
SEW YOE
Albany 262
Binghamton 28
Brooklyn 5
Bronx 3
Buffalo 541
Cortland 8
Elmira 16
Farmingdale 1


ORANGES (CONTImED)

NW YORK (Cont'dQ
Geneva 18
Harlem River 280
Ithaca 1
Jamestown 17
Kendaia 1
Kingston 10
Liberty 6
Lockport 2
Maspeth 218
Menands 36
Middletown 16
Newburgh 7
New York City 7,978
Niagara Falls 10
Norwich 4
Olean 8
Plattsburg 1
Poughkeepsie 1
Rochester 109
Schenectady 62
Syracuse 234
Utica 33
Waterford 24
Watertown
Total 1i,

.Ahosk de 3
Asheville 64
Bryson City 1
Burlington 8
Camp Butner 19
Davis 26
Hackett 1
Mackerel 1
Me Call 3
Charlotte 178
Concord 1
Durham 112
Elizabeth City 4
Enfield 1
Fayetteville 10
Ft. Bragg 43
Gastonia 27
Goldsboro 82
Greensboro 75
Greenville 10
#Hamlet 12
Hickory 9
High Point 3
Hollyridge 9
Hoffman 3
Jacksonville 9
Johnson Field 2
Kings Mt. 2
Kinston 18
Marion 1
Maxton 2
Mt. Airy 9
Mt. Olive 2
Monroe 1
Mooresville 1
Murphy 1
New Bern 7
New River 1


M1RT CAROLI. (Cont'd)
No. Wilkesboro 1
Raleigh 146
Roanots Rapids 1
Rockingham 1
Rocy Mt. 42
Salisbury 4
Sanford 24
Shelby 4
Statesboro 1
Taylorsville 3
Wa nosville 1
Woldon 26
Whitevillo 1
Wilkin 4
Wilmington 46
Wilson 4
Winston Salon 3
Total ,


NO=TH DAKOTA
Bismarck
Fargo
Grand Forks
Jamestown
Minot
Williston
Valley City
Total
OHIO
Akron
Ashland
Athens
Barnesville
Bellefontaine
Blanchester
Canton
Cincinnati
Cleveland
Colunbus
Dayton
Defiance
Delaware
Elyria
Fremont
Gallipolis
Hanilton
Lima
Loraine
Mansfield
Massillon
Painesville
Portsmouth
gpringfield
Toledo
Warren
Xenia
Youngstown
Zanesville
Total

2!roarber
Ft. Sill


1
7
3
1
2

17

48
1
4
2
30
1
28
1,717
858
249
101
4
1
1
2
1
2
2
7
2
1
1
28
23
175
7
40
115
3,4S3






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I**tLeaoffon *a 4
elesgee 2

..Tulsa
Total


S Benda 1
Corvallis 1
Eug"ine 7
SMirsh Field 1
Port3and. 35
Salan e
Total

iALVAtoIA. 7
Altoonam 80
Bethlehem 18
Birdaboro 5
Bradford .3
Brookville 1
Chabbersburg 3
Cresson 4
Denver 1
Engelside .5
Erie 3
Greensburg 1
Harrisburg 44
Hazelton 17
SHoutzdale 9
S:Hunt6ndio 5
SIndiaitonm Gep 7
Johnstown 33
Nan.fe .3
. 'Licaster 16
S'lebanon 13
Lehighton 3
Meadville 1
Milton 8
New Castle 2
Oil City 3
Philadelphia 3,437
Pitcairn 12
Pittsburgh 1,096
Pottsville 8
.Readng 56
-Scranton 175
Sharon 6
Sunzbury 2
.1Uniontown 15
Warren 1
Wilkes Barre 53
. Williamsburg
York
Total 5,196

Davisville 4
o'lrwyport 43
* 1Oeinrille 38


. "~SKi MOeLE (Coo'dn

otal



Calp Cra wfro V 1
"Croft 9
: Jacksorn
Chrlest.on 80
e ? 18
C' lInton. .
SColuabi '.83
FairJ.* 1
lorenoe 63
Ft. Jackson 27
Geoirgetowrn 1
Greenville 148
Greenwood 27
Lake City 6
>.eaurens 4
i& p Hill 3
Senec 1
Spataburg 38
tev '., 6
Walterboro .



Huron 1
Sioux Talls 7
Total


Bristol 5
Bruceton 1
Cao Campbell 8
forest 38
Chattanooga 263
Claksville 25
Columbia 4
Cookeville. 3
Crossville ,
Dickson 1
Fayettoille 9
Gellatin 3
Greenville 1
Humboldt 1
Huntingdon 8
Jackson 13
Johnson City 8
Kingsport 14
Kronllle '45
Ldbanon 5
Lexington 1
Maxwel1 1
Mc Ken ie 3
MceA innville 1
Memphis 660


T w ont" -.
Mcrfreesebro
Nashville
No ort
Panis *
iogersville 1
Trenton
Illahon I
Totol



Austin
Beaumont
Brownwood
Camp Barkley .8;
"Bowie 8
SHood
Swiff *i
Maxey 1
Cisco
Dallas
Denison
El Paso 11
3blsom 4
Ft.Worth 79
Houston 77
Killooen
Long View
Lubbook
Ltufldn I
Mineral Wells 1
Oildaom .
Powderly F"

Sheppard Field 1
Templ e''
Tyler 4
View 5
Waco 8,
Wichita Falls
Windsor
Total


Total Ito


White river
Total 35;

Aocotnk
Slackstone
Bristol
Cany Lee
Piclaitb


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RAIL DISTRIBUTION ELOPIDA CITRUS 1942-43 SA -N


VGIIE (Cont'd)
Charlodtesville 3
Danvillo 15
Ft. Belvoir 9
Ft. Eustis 11
Hampton Roads 1
Hopewell 1
Loe Hall 7
Lynchburg 58
Newport News 28
Norlolk 253
Oriana 1
Phoebus 1
Portsmouth 14.
Pulasid 20
Roanoko 70
Sowalls Point 64
Staunton 2
Williamsburg .3
Total 6
WAHINGT4 N
Bollingham 3
Chehalls 1
Everett 4
Ft. Lewis 1


O aRNGES (CONTMTEj=)

WAmINGmD (Cont'd)
Mt. Vernon 1
Olympia 1
Soattlo 64
Spokano 8
Tacoma 8
Walla Walla 2
Wenatchee 1
YakimaT
Total


Beckley
Bluefiold.
Charleston
Clarksburg
Fainront
Haroor
Hunrlington
Logan
Mabscott
Martinsville
Morgantown
Moundsville
Mullens
Parkersburg


WEST VIRINIA (Cont'4
Princeton 15
Ronceverto 3
Wheeling 16
Whit S bAphir SprM 1
Total 210


WISCONSIN
Apploton
Appleton Jot.
Eau Claire
Fond du Lao
Green Bay
La Crosse
Madison
Manitowoc
Milwaukee
Racine
Stevens Point
Shoboygan
Wausau
Total


1
24
63
8
9
1
41
4
6
8
a
3
2
3


Casper
Cheyenne
Total


14
1
1
4
16
5

S40
7
7
?
2


GRAND TOTAL ORANGES 1942-43 SEASON 41,212 cars


# Diversion Points


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RAIL DISTRIBUTION FILORIDA CIIS 1942-43 SEASON


ALABAM*A
Anniston 2
fBiruingham 99
Camp Rucker 2
Daleville 10
Decatur 1
Ft. Mc Clellan 6
Gadsden 1
Mobile 6
Montgomery 9
Selma
Total
ARKANSAS
Helena 1
Little Rock 1
Total

COLORADO
Denver 3
Total 3
COWiECTICUT
Bridgeport 50
E. Hartford 38
Hartford 57
New Haven 22
Waterbury
Total

DELAPAR
Dover
Total 1
DIST. OF COLUMBIA
Washington '31
Total 17
FLORIDA
Cmp Carrabelle 1
Jacksonville 1
Pensacola 1
Tallahassee 3
Yukon
Total


GEORGGA
Albany
Atlanta
Augusta
Camp Gordon
Stewart
Wheeler
Columbus
Covington
Ft. Benning
Grovetovm
Macon
Oakland City
Rome
Thomasville
Vidalia
Total


3jINDISI (Cont'd)
Champaign
Chicago
Danville
Decatur
#E. St. Louis
Freeport
Great Lakes
Peoria
Roclford
Rock Island
Springfield
Streator -
Total

Z* ton
Camp Atterbury
Edinburg
Evansville
Ft. Wayne
Gary
Indianapolis
Petersburg
Richmond
South Bend
Terre Haute
Total

Burlington
Centerville
Cedar Rapids
Davenpor-b
Des Mioines
Dubuque
Mason City
Marshalltown
Sioux City
Waterloo
Total

Dodge City
Enporia
Ft. Riley
Hutchinson
Kansas City
Pittsburg
Salina
Topeka
Total

Cana Brceclmnridge
Edgoten
Ft. Knox
Harlan
Lexington
Louisville
Morganfield
Paducah
Russell
Total


1
139
2
2
3
5
14
1
27
1
6
5
2
3


ILLINOIS
Carbondale 3


6
305
4
1
4
1
16
11
2
2
1
TR

1
2
2
7
8
2
69
1
1
4



1
1
4
1
32
1
4
1
2

3

1
1
2
1
1









2
1
3
11

5
6
14
1
18
104
2
3


LOUISIANA
Alexandria 12
Bringhurst 3
CaM Claiborne 2
Harahan 1
Livingston 2
Polk 4
Leesvillo 1
Monroo 3
New Orleans 29
Shreveport 1
Sirrms --
Total

Bangor 1
Grand Island 1
Portland 3
Total
MARYLAND
Aberdeen 1
Baltimore 406
Colora 1
Ft. Meade 16
Hagerstown
Total

Boston 676
Cambridge 1
Camp Edwards 7
E. Cambridge 1
Falmouth 1
Ft. Devons 2
Lawrence 1
N. Abington 1
N. Falmouth 2
Somerville 74
Springfield 58
Taunton 1
Worcester
Total

Battle Creek 5
Bay City 2
Detroit 386
Flint 36
Grand Rapids 69
Ispeming 3
Jackson 4
Kalamazoo 3
Lansing 1
Muskegon 2
Port Huron 1
Saginaw
Total
MINNESOTA
Dulufth 2
Mankato 1
Minneapolis 32
St. Paul
Total 44








RAIL DISTRIBUTION ELORIDA CITRUS 194-43 SEASON


MISSISSIPPI
Biloxi 6
Camp Shelby 22
Van Dorn 2
Centreville 6
Grenada 2
Gulfport 1
Jackson 2
Keesler Field 2
Shelby 1
West Point
Total
MISSOURI
Caep Crowder 3
Ft. Leo. Wood 2
Jefferson Bermcks 1
Joplin 1
Kansas City 20
Mo Elhany 4
Newburg 2
St. Louis 37
Sprin ield
iotal


Great Falls
Total

Crawford
Grand Island
Lincoln
Omaha
Total

ACity
Bayonne
Ft. Dix
Hawthorne
Jersey City
Newark
N. Hawthorne
Rutherford
Waterford
Wavorly
Total
NEW YOR
Albany
Binghamton
Brooklyn
Buffalo
Elmira
Ceneva
Harlom River
Jamestown
Liberty
Maspoth
Menands
Middletown
New York City
Niagara Falls
Norwich


GRAPEFRUIT (CONTIi ED)

W YMK (Cont'd)
01ean 3
Rochester 78
Schenectady 15
Syracuse 78
Tonawanda 1
Troy 9
Utica 10
Watorford 7
Watortown
Total ,

Ashovillo 19
Camp Butner 8
"Davis 6
IM Call 1
Charlotto 80
Durham 54
Fayettevillo 2
Ft. Bragg 19
Gastonia 3
Goldsboro 6
Greansboro 19
eHmalot 20
Hollyridge 6
Hoffmanu 2
Jacksonville 1
Mt. Airy 1
Now River 2
No. Wilkesboro 1
Raloigh 45
Rockv Mt. 12
Wilkin 1
Wilmington 2
Winston Salam __1
Total 320
NORB DAKZOA
Bismnarck 2
Fargo 1
Grand Forks
Total
OHIO
Aron 9
Barnesville 4
Bollofontaino 3
Canton 8
Cincinnati 410
Clevoland 278
Colunbus 70
Dayton 7
Froront 1
Loraine 1
Mansfiold 1
Massillon 1
Portsmouth 1
Springfiold 3
Tolodo 58
Warren 2
Xcnia 3
Youngstown
Total M9


6



1
3
1



6
7
25
13
73
31
28
27
1



66
12
1
234
2
15
177
3
1
127
32
2
3,387
10
1


OKLAOMA.
Oklahcna City
Tulsa
Total

Portland
TOW
Total

Altoona
Crosson
Harrisburg
Indiantown Gap
Johnstown
Lancaster
Milton
Philadelphia
Pitcairn
Pittsburgh
Scranton
Uniontown
Wilkes Barro
Williamsburg .
Total
,OIE ISLAND
Davisvillo
Neowport
01noyvillo
Pawtucket
Providence
Total
SOUTE CAROLIMN
Camp Croft
Charloston
Columbia
#Floronco
Ft. Jackson
Georgetown
Groonvillo
Greenwood
Orangoburg
Port Royal
Spartanburg
Total
SOUTH DAEDTA=
Deadwood
Sioux Falls
Total

UC mp Campboll
Forest
yson
Cha~tanooga
Clarksvillo
Fayettevillo
Johnson City
Kingsport
Knoa-vlllo
Memphis
Morristown
Nashvillo


1
--....


36
1
2
2
17
1
1
1,117
9
313
62
2
17



3
5
10
1



2
12
16
23
9
1
33
1
1
1
-0






30 -

PAIL DISRIBIUT=IQ ZLORIDL CITWJS 1942-3 SEA" O


e TSSlE (Cont'd)
Total


Dallas
Folson
Ft. Worth
Lufkin
Total


6
1
2


Salt Lake CityX___Z
Total 7

urlington
Total

Accotink 1


GAPERUITZ (CONTINUED)

VIRGINIA (Cont' d)
Blackstone 6
Camp Lee 16
"Pickett 18
Danville 1
Ft. Belvoir 1
Eustis 3
Lynchburg 10
Newport News 3
Norfolk 81
Pulaski 1
Roanoke 35
Sewalls Point 32
Williamsburg
Total 25

1
Seattle 11
Spolmne
Total 4


Charleston
Fairmont
Huntington
Morgantown
Princeton
Wheeling

WISCONSIN
Avoleton
fond du Lac
Green Bay
Madison
Milwaukee
Oshkosh
Racine
Wausau
Total


RAND TOTAL GRAPBUIT 1942-43 SEASON 11,637 cars


# Diversion Points


1
5
5
5
1
1
20

2
2
1
5
14
2
3
I






31 -

BAIL DISiRIBUTION FLORIDA CITIf S 1942-43 SEASON


irminghan
Florence
Mobile
Mont omery
otal

Betonville
Forrest City
Ft. Smith
Harrison
Jonesboro
Little Rock
Mammoth Springs
Monticello
Newport
Pine Bluff
Russellville
Texarkana
Total
COLORASO
Denver
Total
Col0NCTICUT
Bridgeport
E. Hartford
Hartford
New Haven
Wallingford
Total




DIST. OF COLMB
Washington
Total

Chipley
Jacksonville
Lake City
Madison
Marianna
Pensacola
Quincy
Tallaassee
Total

Albany
Athens
Atlanta
Augusta
Carp Gordon
Carrollton
Columbus
Cuthbert
Dalton


GEORGIA (Cont'd)
8 Decatur
1 Dublin
2 Fitzgerald
S Ft. Benning
S Gainesville
Griffin
La Grange
1 1 Macon
2 2 Marietta
1 1 Milledgeville
2 2 Monroe
2 2 Savannah
4 4 Summerville
1 1 Valdosta
3 3 Warrenton
1 1 Wayoross
1 1 Waynosboro
1 1 Total

Alton
Beardstown
S Benton
15 Bloomington
Bridgeport
Carthage
9 Centralia
16 Champaign
19 Chicago
19 Danville
__ Docatur
3 Edwardsville
Eldorado
Elgin
] Galesburg
1 1 Gillespie
Hillsboro
IA Joliet
36 La Salle
Marion
Mattoon
Murhysboro
2 2 Pekin
1 1 Peoria
2 2 Rockford
2 2 Springfield.
2 2 Urbana
2 2 Total
2 2

Columbus
Evansville
8 8 Ft. Wayne
4 4 Hanmond.
29 3 Indianapolis
4 4 Kokmno
2 La Fayette
1 1 Richmond
4 2 Rockport
1 1 Terro Haute
1 1 Total


3
3
3,
1
4
1
1
7
8
1
1
7

2
1
2



1
2
2
2
3
2
2
2
1
294
1
4
2
3
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
3
2
2
5
2
3



2
1
3
25
5
36
2
1
1
14


IMWA
3 Cedar Rapids 1
3 Denison 1
3 Des Moinos 5
Emmtsburg 2
4 Oskaloosa 2
1 Waterloo
1 Total
7
18 K ute 3
1 Dodge City 2
7 Hutchinson 2
1 Salina 6
2 Topeka 1
1 Wichita 5
2 Wakeoney 1
.70 Total

Barbouvillo 1
Beattyvillo 1
2 Carrollton 1
2 Catlettsburg 1
2 Danvillo 1
2 Frankfort 1
2 Glasgow 1
2 Hazard 1
S Hoinsvillo 1
7 Lobanon 1
S Lexington 4
2 Louisvillo 24
2 Mayfield 1
3 Morehead 1
2 Newport 3
2 Owensboro 1
2 Prestonburg 1
2 Princeton 1
2 Richmond 1
2 Royalton 1
2 Somerset 2
2 Whitesburg
2 Total
2
2 Abbville 1
2 Alexandria 8
_ Amite 1
Arcadia 1
Baton Rouge 2
Chatan 1
2 Clinton 1
1 Crowley 1
S Denham Springs 1
2 Franklin 1
5 Geryville 1
2 Jona 1
2 Homer 1
Loosville 1
Marksville 1
1 Monroe 2
S Natchitoches 1
S Now Orleans 25


1
3
2
2
10

3
2


-4

1


1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
3
1
1
1
1
1
2



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


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- 32 -


RAIL DISTRBIUTIITN =FORIDA CITRUS 1- 1942-43 SEASON


TAMGsERIES (coNTINED)


-AWL _Dnk-Qn&. ALL


LOUISIAA1 (Cont'd)
Opelousas 3
Port Allen 1
Shreveport 1
Thibodaux 2
Ville Platte
Total -48

Grand Island 1
Portland
Total
MAR1YL( D3
Baltfofre 3
Total
MASACUSETTS
Armory 1
Boston 177
Brockton 1
Fitchburg 2
Gloucester 1
Iaverhill 1
Hyannis 2
Lowell 1
Marlboro 1
Milford 1
New Bedford 2
Northampton 2
Pittsfield 2
Salem 1
Somerville 27
Springfield 12
%unton 1
Watuppa 2
Worcester
Total -24

Battle Creek 1
Bay City 1
Benton Harbor 1
'Cheboygan 1
Detroit 282
Flint 3
Gladstone 1
Grand Eapids 20
Hancock 1
Ionia 1
Iron Mt. 1
Monroe 1
Muskogon 1
Owosso 1
Pontiac 1
Traverse City
Total -, 1


Bemidji 1
Benson 1
Brainerd 1


STA (Cont'd)
2 Buff alo
1 Crookston
1 Duluth
2 Faribault
Grand Rapids
S Granite Falls
Hopkins
Little Falls
Mankatt
Morehead
Minneapolis
Olivia
Owatonna
_S Pine City
Rochester
St. Cloud
St. Paul
1 Wadena
9 Windom .
1 Total

I
2 Booneville
1 Brookhaven
1 Colunbus
1 Ellisville
2 Forest
2 Greewood
2 Grenada
1 Gulfport
Jackson
Kosciusko
1 Mc Comb
2 Philadelphia
Tupolo
3 Yazoo City
Total


1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
L7
1
1
1
2
1
4

d


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

L


1 MISSOURI
1 Carthago 3
1 Dexter 7
1 Hannibal 2
3 Jefferson City 4
S Kansas City 28
1 Moberly 3
1 St. Joseph 5
1 St. Louis 83
1 Springfiold .
1 Total 138
1
1 Grand Island
1 Lincoln 1
S Norfolk 1
North Platto 1
Omaha
Total
1
1 IMT JERS
1 i City 4
1 Elizabeth 5


1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
3





2
1

2
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1




-4

3
7
2
4
3
5




1
1
1
1
8







4
5
5


NW JERMY (Cont'd)
Jersey City 9
Newark 15
Paterson 5
Perth Amboy 4
Pitman 3
Ruthorford 1
Tronton 4
Wavorly 1

EtW YARK
Albany 26
Binghamton 2
Brooklyn 1
Buffalo 77
Harlam River 1
Long Island City 4
Malone 1
Maspoth 15
Monands 1
Nowburgh 4
New York CiFl 1,031
Rochester 20
Syracuso 7
Yaphank
Total 17

Ashevillo 6
Bryson City 2
Camp Davis 2
Charlotto 12
Durham 1
Fayettovillo 1
Gastonia 1
.Goldsboro 1
Lumberton 6
No. Wilkesboro 4
Raleigh 9
Sanford 1
Windsor 6
Winston Salem 7_
Total
mRTE DAEDTA
Grand Forks _
Total 1

Akron 5
Bollefontaine 3
Canton 1
Cincinnati 465
Cleveland 169
Columbus 28
Dayton 17
New Lcaingbon 6
Portsmouth 6
Springfiold 1
Toledo 21
Xonia 1
Youngstown 4


3
5
4
3
4
-5


10
2
2
4
1

4

-4
3




2
6

6
-
4
8
6
6






- 33 -


RAIL DISTRIBUTION FLORIDA CITRUS 1942-43 SEASON


TANGERINES (CONTINUED)


T a G tTtIo Q


O I(Cont'd)
eosville
Total 729
OE*QAIpOMBA
Ardmora 3
Antlers 4
Hobart 6
Muskogoo 12
Olahoma City
Total

Portlanc
Total 6
ESYLVn IA
Altoona 5
Birdsboro 2
Du Bois 1
Harrisburg 3
Johnstown 1
Now Castle 1
Philadelphia 475
Pittsburgh 242
Pottsville 1
Reading 2
Scranton 4
Sharon 1
So. Williamsport 1
Wilkos Baxro
Total 751

Providence 3
Total
SOUTH CAROLINA
Aikon 3
Anderson 4
Bennettsvillo 2
Charleston 2
Chester 1
Columbia 2
Conway 2
Fairfax 1
floronco 14
Ft. Jackson 2


SOUTH CABOLIA. (Cont'd)
Georgetown 1
7 Greenville 3
Greenwood 4
Lancaster 1
3 Orangeburg 3
4 Rock Hill 1
6 Spartanburg 3
12 Sumter 5
S Walterboro
35 Total


S Ca Camp boll
- Chattanooga
Cookevillo
Feyotteville
3 Jackson
S Johnson City
1 Knoxvillo
2 M mphis
- 'Nashville
1 Total
2
4 TRW
1 Caldwell
. Dallas
- Ft. Worth
- Gonzales
1 Huntsville
S Houston
Lubbock
Nacogdoches
San Angelo
San Antonio
1 Texarlana
Tyler
Waco
3 Total


1
18
3
5
8
5
6
30
-A
3O


1
7
2
2
1
8
2
2
3
2
1
3
36


3
2 M
1 .Burlington
1 Total I
1
2 VIRGINIA
1 Abingdon 2
3 Big Stone Gap 1
- Charlottesville 1


1 IRy (Cont'd) 2
1 Danville 2
2 Fredericksburg 1
3 Lynchburg 2
1 Norfolk 9
2 Portsmouth 1
1 Pulaski 3
3 Riclmond 6
4 Roanoke 5
Sewells Point
-A Total


WASRIR=TON
Seattle
4 Sookane
3 Total
5
8 WEST VIRGINIA
5 Beckley
6 Charleston
1 Clarksburg
Elklns
Huntington
Logan
Morgantown
1 Oak Hill
4 Parkersburg
2 Romney
2 Ronceverte
1 Wheeling
2 Total
2
3 Appleton
2 Eal Claire
1 Fond du Lac
3 Green Bay
._. Hayward
Madison
Menominoo
Milwaukee
_.- Rhinclander
Wausau
Total
2 YMIolG
1 Casper
1 Total


5

2

12
5
2
3
2
1
1
2
2
2-

5
1
1
1
2
4
1
25
1
1
--a


GRAND TOTAL TANGERINES 1942-43 SEASON 4,927 cars
Gov't. 741 "


# Diversion Points.


2
1
2

3
6

-20


2
10
5
1
2
2
1
1
2
2
2




1
1
1
2
2
1
2
1
12


-4






34 -

RAIL DISTRIBUTION FLQRIDA CIRUS 1942-43 SEASON


MI=ED CITRUS


ALIBANI
Alabama City 1
Andalusia 3
Anniston 27
Atmore 8
Attalia 1
Birmingham 249
Camp bRcker 7
Sibert 4
Clanton 1
Daleville 15
Decatur 2
Dothan 3
Eufaula 1
Florence 8
Ft. Mc Clellan 14
Gedsden 40
Greenville 1
Huntsville 3
Maxwell Field 2
Mobile 99
Montgomery 56
Oelika 1
Selma 9
Sheffield 3
Sylacauga 2
Talladega 2
Tuscaloosa 18
Winfield
Total 1

Byheville 2
Caep J.T.Robinson 3
Helena 5
Jerome 2
Little Rock 13
Rohwer o
Total


COIORADO
Denver
Total
CONNECTICUT
Bridgeport
E. Hartford
Greenwich
Hartford
New Haven
Norwich
Stratford
Torryville
Wallingford
Total
DELAWABRE
Dover
Wilmington
Total


Camp Carrabelle 1
Jacksonville 1
Panama City 1
Ponsacola 16
Tallahassee 4
Yukon
Total

Albany 6
Americus 4
Athons 2
Atlanta 184
Augusta 28
Brunswick 2
Camp Gordon 6
Stowart 6
"Wheeler 6
Columbus 55
Covington 1
Dalton 1
Dawson .1
Dublin 3
Everett 1
Ft. Benning 5
Ft. Oglethorpe 4
Franl inton 11
Gainesvillo 1
Grovotown 3
,Hatwell 1
Hunter Field 1
La Grange 12
Lincoln Field 1
Macon 38
Mo Intosh 1
Oakland City 55
Romo 7
Statesboro 1
Swainsboro 1
Sylvania 1
Thomasville 82
Tifton 1
Vidalia 2
Walthourville 2
Warner Robbin 6
Wost Point
Total
IDAHO
Boise
Total


-A

4
1
1
18
10
1
-4

39
I1


DIST OF COL U B
Washington 3-
Total 132


ILLINOIS
Bolloville
Cairo
Camp Ellis
Carbondale
Champaign
Chicago
Danville
#E, St. Louis
Flora
Great Lakes
Joliet


InLDi(S (Cont'd )
Peoria
Rocfdord
Rook Island
Scott Field
Total

Anderson
Bluffton
Carlisle
Edinburg
Evansvillo
Ft. Waiyne
Gary
Harmond
Indianapolis
La Fayotte
Lawrenceburg
Logansport
Marion
New Castle
Seymour
South Bend
Terre Haute
Vincennes
Total

Carroll
Cedar Rapids
Clinton
Davenport
Des Moines
Ft. Des Moines
Sioux City
Waterloo
Total

t~. Riley
Hutchinson
Liberal
Salina
Smolan
Wichita
Total

Ashland
Caq, Breckcnridlge
Covington
Danville
Edgoten
Ft. Knox
Harlan
Hazard
Henderson
Lawrenceburg
Lexington
Louisville
Morganfield
Owensboro
Paducah
Paintsville
Pikesville


6


1
1

2
1


1
3
37
1
1
2
1
2
1
2


1
2
7




1
3
1
2
19
1

-9j

4
1
1
1






35 -

RAIL DISTRIBUTION FLORIDA CITUS 1942-43 SEASON


KI CY (Cont' d)
Pineville
Russell
Total


Alexandria
Baton Rouge
Hamnond
Lafayette
Monroe
New Orleans
Shreveport
Total

rand Island
Oldtown
Portland
Waterville
Total
M~RYLAND
Aberdeen
Baltimore
Ft. Meade
Frederick
Hagerstown
Total
M&SSABUSETTS
.Ayer
Boston
Cambridge
Dorchester
E. Cambridge
Falmouth
Fitchburg
Ft. Devons
Lawrence
New Bedford
No. Abington
Somerville
Springfield
Worcester
Total

Bale Creek
Detroit
Flint
Grand Rapids
Houghton
Ironwood
Ishpaming
Jackson
Nalanazoo
Lansing
Muskegon
Owosso
Saginaw
Total


Mankato


9
2
2
1









12
9
---N


1
560



1
1
9





1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1






13
195
47
1
12


8
664
3







1
1
1


Ml Cius (coNTmNmED)
=cEDIS (Contd.)

Minneapolis 18
Minn. Transfer 1
St. Paul 1
Winona
Total

Biloxi 3
Brookhaven 1
Cmp Mc Cain 9
Tholby 6
Van Dorn 2
Columbia 1
Columbus 5
Drew 2
Durant 1
Enid 1
Flora 2
Greenville 16
Greenwood 1
Gronada 5
Gulfport 12
Uattiesburg 3
Jackson 23
Keoslor Field 1
Laurel 7
Macon 1
Meridian 20
Natchez 1
Shelby 1
Tupelo 18
Unon 1
Vicksburg 1
West Point 10
Yazoo City
Total

Camp Crowder 1
Ft. Leo. Wood 9
Jofferson Berracks 4
Kansas City 10
Newburg 3
St. Louis 66
Spring ld


Billings 1
Total 1


d dIsland
Omaha
Woodlawn
Total

Keene
Total

Asbu% Park
Elizab eth
Ft. Dix


4


EW JERY(Cont d)
Hawthorne 3
Jersey City 10
Newark 55
New Brunswick 1
No. Hawthorne 6
Paterson 4
Rutherford 5
Trenton 5
Wavorly
W atal
NEW YORK
PAlbanV 44
Bingmton 17
Buffalo 131
Cobleskill 2
Earlvillo 1
Elmira 12
Harlem River 11
Jamestown 9
Kingston 4
Liberty 2
Lng Island City 3
Maspeth 9
Menands 7
Middletown 1
New York Ciy 2,396
Niagara Falls 11
Norwich 11
Olean 17
Oneonta 2
Plattsburg 1
SRochester 56
Schenectady 16
Syracuse 25
Troy 7
Utica 11
Waterford 9
Watertown 6
Total ,

Aboskie 1
Asheville 64
Bryson City 1
Burlington 17
Cap Butner 8
avis 9
Charlotte 64
Durham 37
Elizabeth City 6
Enfield 1
Fayetteville 8
Ft. Bragg 13
Gastonia 25
Goldsboro 46
Greensboro 37
Greenville 2
#Aamlet 6
Hendorsonville 3
Hickory 10
High Point 3
Ho1lyridge 3
Hoffman 3
Jacksonville 2






- 36 -


RAIL DISgRIBUTION FLORIDA CITRUS 1942-43 SEASON


Jobhnson (Cnt 1
Kings Mt. 9
Kinston 1
Lenoir 1
Madison 1
Mt. Airy 10
Mooresville 2
Norlina 1
No. Wilkesboro 1
Raleigh 45
Roc1W Mt. 25
Salisbury 7
Sanford 6
Shelby 8
Statesboro 1
Sindale 1
iva 1
Troy
Walnut Cove 1
Washington 1
Wynesville 1
Weldon 132
Whiteville 1
Willdn 3
Wilmington 38
Wilson 2
Winston Salem
Total -





Akron 19
Ashtabula 1
Barnesville 4
Bellefontaino 2
Canton 19
Cincinnati 502
Cleveland 119
Columbus 99
Dayton 24
Defiance 4
Framont 11
Gallipolis 3
Lima 1
Loraino 4
Lisbon 1
Massillon 2
Portsmouth 9
pringfield 1
Toledo 74
Warren 2
Xenia 5
Youngstovm 37
Zanosvillo
Total 939

Braggs 1
Camp Grubor 1
Mc Alostor 1
Oklahona City 5


MIXED cIMrs (coNmrsnuo)

W (Cont' d
Total

Portland
Total 4

Allentown 2
Altoona 12
Bedford 3
Birdsboro 2
Braddook 1
Butler 2
Chambersburg 8
Charleroi 1
Cresson 2
Erie 6
Harrisburg 32
Hazelton 5
Indiantown Gap 3
Johnstown 2
Kane 1
Lancaster 12
Lobanon 12
Mo Koosport 1
New Castle 3
Oil City 1
Philadolphia 970
Pittsburgh 355
Pottsville 3
Reading 18
Scranton 11
Sharon 2
Sunbury 8
Uniontown 9
Warren 5
Wilkes Barre 12
Williamsport 10
York oa
Total
BHDDE ISLInD
Davisville 1
Nowport 2
.Olneyvillo 15
Providence
Total
SOUn QAIf0LINA
Aiken 1
-tndorson 13
Bennettsville 2
Cemp Croft 7
Jackson 1
Charleston 68
Chester 21
Columbia 74
#Florence 38
Ft. Jackson 8
Garnett 1
Geoonvillo 72
Greonwood 11
Laurons 9
Orangoburg 10


a0 s Is 01a( (bu'd.1
Port Royal 3
Spartanburg 19
Sumter
Total


SOUTE =TA
Aberdeen
Jerome
Sioux Falls
Total


Bristol
Brownsville
Cam Forest
ti" yson
Chattanooga
Clarksville
Dyersburg
Fayettovillo
Greenville
Harriman
Huntingdon
Jackson
Johnson City
Kingsport
Knoxville
Lobanon
Mc Konzio
Momphis
Morristown
Nashville
Routon
Shelbyvillo
Tronton
Tullahoma,
Waverly
Total

Abilono
Amarillo
Com Barkeloy
v, "ood
Folsom
Ft. Worth
Houston
Mineral Wolls
Paris
Port Arthur
Sheppard Field
View
Waco
Total


1

-I

6
25
1
1
1

2
1

10
4
10
18
11
134
9
1
73
42
287
1


2



3
1
1
1
1
* 5
I
1
1
1
1







14


Ugden 1
Salt Lake City 6
Total 7


TRotal 1






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~*"q\:: ?~; i,i n ;,m)i~


4ri-stol
m" ..166
Charl1otteuville
;att vl le
Culp` or
SBalvoir
*" *Bustia
i" Le.10
Nowport Nows
Uorfolk
Phobus
Po iaxn.itb
Sichlsacnd$ s


3
1
3
14
1
5
2
16
5
5
1
55
a
104
1
1
a0
15
1


Suffolk 1
Stauanton
Total n

oSeatie 2

Total

au 41
Mlostfoa 63
156


ain" 48
3atfi~a\- 8


Morganton 2
Mouimsvilleo
Mullen
Parkersburg 3
Prinoeton 8
Roncevette
Wheeling .i.jP

T ot-a

Groen By .
Konosha
La Crosse I
Madison .8 '
Milwaukeoo
Obosh 1
Racino


S. BD -zDTAL MIX) QIOIBUS 1948-43 SEASON 11,814 cars







# Diversion PoltsU.









IidlG In .the interest of national & hasimphere defense, the publication of all da.
relating to United States reports eii iaports has beoi discontinued.


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li4
479*


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928






39 -
CAPITULATIaI OF rAIL DISTRB1UTI0C I1RIDA. GRAEUI IT
BY STATES PAST 7 SEASONS

States 142-43oo00 1941-42 1940-41 1939-40 j1938-39 1937-38 1936-37
Bail Only Rail.Boat Rail-Boat Bail-Boat .ail-Boa t Bail-Boat Bail-Boat
Cars Cars Cars Cars Cars Cars Cars
Alabama 137 140 193 47 163 94 208
Arkansas 2 37 3 13
Colorado 3 5 1 8 30
Connecticut 171 251 249 231 396 297 327
Delaware 1 7 15 3 2 14
Dist. of Columbia 317 102 152 154 192 170 252
Florida 7# 481 72t -t' 13# -t 2
Georgia 21a* 285* 179* 31* 156* 126* 28S*
Idaho 1 2
Illinois 357 532 810 295 773 521 709
Indiana 113 191 165 31 224 50 156
Iowa 50 22 47 24 93 52 89
Kansas 11 1 2 3 9 24
Kentucky 154 193 183 75 217 89 331
Louisiana 60 40 66 37 230 118 148
Maine 35 29 32 16 66 10 30
Maryland 425 485. 450 412 637 410 601
Massachusetts 830 1,170 1,63 988 1,984 1,184 1,964
Michigan 513 525 804 291 800 375 694
Minnesota 44 50 148 32 144 91 139
Mississippi 45 134 19 1 60 2 50
Missouri 71 123 134 54 198 102 223
Montana 7 5 9 3 6 19
Nebraska 31 1 7 22 25 44
Nevada 1
New Hampshire 4 22 2 18 1 20
New Jersey 321 513; 4471 211 584 235 350
New York 4,275 4,920 6,2452 4,966 7,922 5,833 7,677
North Carolina 320 233 160 49 305 118 303
North Dakota 5 26 1 4 9
Ohio 898 742 1,222 521 1,421 789 1,360
Oklahoma 3 7 2 2 10 9 34
Oregon 12 13 21 11 20 12 51
Pennsylvania 1,581 1,6791 2,3411 1,484 2,806 1,915 2,804
Rhode Island 61 99 134 120 169 100 83
South Carolina 101 178 132 12 94 27 66
South Dakota 3 22 1 1 3 7
Tennessee 165 222 205 98 215 172 387
Texas 10 15 2 4 10 34
Utah 7 4 1 2 7 7 16
Vermont 6 9 17 14 3. 5
Virginia 209@ 128@* 76 14( 85@ 9" 64
Washington 14 5 23 6 10 17 56
West Virginia 20 96 1511 4 59 27 71
Wisconsin 30 74 146 21 77 41 64
Wyoming 3
Canada, not included
TOIAL 11,637 13,330 16,704 10,250 20,240 13,073 19,819

S- Includes Jacksonville. Does not include Savannah.
Jacksonville, not included,. Petersburg, not included.
Government Purchases included above-as follows:- 1941-42 season 1,799 cars; 1940-41 season
2,319 cars; 1938-39 season 2,137 cars; 193q-37 2,301 cars.


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






40 -

RECAPITULATION OF BAIL DISIRTBUTION. IEORIDA WANGE=lTES
BY STATES PAST 7 SEASONS

States 1 ,194243O 41.42 1 4 19940 11938-39 1937-38 1936-37
S ----ifi Only Bail-Boat ai Boat i- at B -Boat Bal-Boat Bail-Boat
Cars Cars Cars Cars Cars Cars Cars
Alabama 16 2 2 4 9 8 8
Arkansas 22 1 2
Colorado 15 3 3 4 3
Connecticut 66 33 53 59 77 53 95
Delaware 1 -
Dist. of Columbia 36 5 10 3 4 11 6
Florida 15# -t -t -t -A -A -
Georgia 101* 4* 2* 1* 24* 10* 13*
Illinois 351 145 205 216 336 254 345
Indiana 82 8 15 24 58 -37 77
Iowa 13 3 8 9 3 7
Kansas 20 1 1 1 1
Kentuclk 51 9 17 9 25 10 38
Louisiana 58 5 9 8 9 9 4
Maine 3 2 1 1
Maryland 139 55 71 89 150 85 173
Massachusetts 241 154 273 155 311 203 266
Michigan 318 125 153 156 224 184 258
Minnesota 44 12 23 24 28 20 31
Mississippi 18 -
Missouri 138 21 59 43 121 66 132
Montana -
Nebraska 6 3 4 5 5 9 18
New Jersey 62 14 14 28 25 5 1
New York 1,191 878 1,368 1,049 1,881 1,379 1,609
North Carolina 59 12 11 18 19 21 28
North Dakota 1 -
Ohio 729 196 270 218 384 257 399
Oklahoma 36 2 -
Oregon 6 3 3 2 1 4
Pennsylvania 751 413k 513 435 771 556 855
thode Island. 35 28 30 61 49 21 26
South Carolina 56 1 3 3 3 1
South Dakota 1 1
Tennessee 89 7 28 33 23 24 40
Texas 36 2 1 1 1 2 1
Vermont 1 -
Virginia 34@ 1@' I@ 19 3 -@ 4@
Washington 6 4 1 3 2
West Virginia 38 4 5 5 1 2 4
.Wisconsin 42 7 16 28 49 39 58
Wyoming 1 -
Canada, not included


TDTAL 4,927 2,153 3,165 2,689 4,608 3,277 4,511

Includes Jacksonville. Does not include Savannah.
Jacksonville, not included. @ Petersburg, not included.
00- No boat shipments 1942-43 season. V- Does not include Petersburg & Richmond.
Government Purchases included above as follows: 1942-43 season 741 cars.


I In m n I I






- 41 -


ESCAPITULATION OF RAML DISTRIIUTIN. FJBPD MIXED CITRUS
BY STATES PAST 7 SEASONS

State 1942-4300 1901442, 4 1 41 1392-40R 138-39 j1937-38 1936 37
___State _PaBilR Only ai-Bot Iailot ioatl-Boat Iail-Boat _Bail-Boat _BZail-Boat
Cars Cars Cars Cars Cars Cars Cars
Alabama 581 443 248 258 372 295 281
Arkansas 27 2 1 1 6 7
Colorado 3 1 1
Connecticut 76 93 137 145 269 89 47
Delaware 6 1 1 1 2 1 2
Dist. of Columbia 132 52 9 23 54 16 17
Florida 24# 24A -t -i it -I -t
Georgia 544* 248* 98* 139* 226* 217* 229*
Idaho 1 -
Illinois 397 217 286 278 395 318 398
Indiana 140 55 85 134 289 66 74
Iowa 29 2 26 30 34 10 20
Kansas 11 4 1 6 1 6
Kentucly 173 110 145 183 202 145 164
Louisiana 76 59 20 56 34 47 21
Maine 12 9 11 16 48 1 5
Maryland 473 228 270 230 341 270 243
Massachusetts 664 633 658 614 994 856 593
Michigan 337 167 241 269 621 352 339
Minnesota 23 13 31 19 56 25 31
Mississippi 155 107 69 91 75 118 141
Missouri 95 62 64 82 97 100 96
Montana 1 1 3 -
Nebraska 13 1 2 18 31 16 3
Nevada 1 -
New Hampshire 3 3 10 19 4 7
New Jersey 113 70 74 57 95 52 9
New York 2,821 2,226 990 1,527 1,568 1,170 821
North Carolina 583 355 79 165 370 386 408
North Dakota 2 2 4
Ohio 939 466 569 603 1,027 546 701
Oklahoma 15 2 -8 3 16
Oregon 4 3 4 -3 3
Pennsylvania 1,521 1,296 946 1,058 1,317 1,138 1,008
Rhode Island 69 40 52 119 106 58 30
South Carolina 361 253 161 74 200 218 206
South Dakota 11 -- 1 -
Tennessee 728 572 451 512 869 662 599
Texas 19 -5 8 22
Utah 7 -1 1 4 1 1
Vermont 15 14 4 21 14 4 8
Virginia 321@* 140@0 24@0 36@0 98@ 57@ 93@
Washington 8 2 1
West Virginia 236 177 219 134 343 178 196
Wisconsin 45 60 34 31 47 17 14
Canada, not included



TOTAL 11,814 8,203 6,019 6,940 10,246 7,454 6,864

# Includes Jacksonville. Does not include Savannah.
Jacksonville, not included. Petersburg, not included.
oo0 No boat shipments 1942-43 season. @"- Does not include Petersburg & Richmond.






-42 -
WEIEIED AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES ZORANGES 1942-43 SEASON


NEW YORK CITY

FLORIDA ST OCK CALIF. S'DCK
Indian River
Standard Standard Wire- Sds. & Std. Wire- Standard Standard
Week Boxe bomnd Bes I bou Combined Boxes Boxes
ending Cars IAvg. Cars Avg. Cars Avg. Cars Avg. Cars I Avg.


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


$4.40
4.11
4.06
4.26
3.70
3.89
3.61
3.29
4.11
4.99
4.20
3.94
3.28
2.41
2.73
2.86
3.38
3.27
3.29
3.88
3.90
4.29
3.61
4.11
4.27
4.04
3.76
3.95
4.03
4.28
4.32
4.32
4.38
4.34
4.35
4.36
4.45
4.44
4.46
4.43
4.46
4.46


$3.68
3.83
4.05
3.40
3.76
3.43
3.07
3.94
4.95
4.03
3.73
3.08
2.42
2.77
2.90
3.20
3.32
3.48
3.73
3.85
4.17
3.58
3.98
4.15
3.85
3.77
3.92
4.13
4.25
4.27
4.29-
4.28
4.28
4.25
4.26
4.26
4.24
4.27
4.28
4.39


$4.40
3.91
3.95
4.14
3.50
3.80
3.45
3.12
3.99
4.96
4.05
3.76
3.11
2.42
2.76
2.90
3.22
3.31
3.45
3.74
3.85
4.19
3.58
3.98
4.17
3.91
3.77
3.93
4.10
4.26
4.27
4.30
4.30
4.30
4.28
4.29
4.28
4.29
4.31
4.32
4.44
4.46


-

$5.13
3.60
4.11
3.55
3.42
4.37
5.40
5.19
4.73
3.44
3.03
3.17
3.20
3.73
3.70
3.74
4.00
4.25
4.55
3,86
4.35
4.52
4.46
4.16
4.13
4.28
4.56
4.58
4.58
4.57
4.57
4.58
4.60
4.61
4.61
4.62


258
237
215
212
160'
135
112
87
72
49
38
107
133
99
74
47
32
7
8
35
46
25
22
35
46
42
28
24
10
68
35
60
69
85
115
101
98
98
112
108
94
126


$5.48
5.47
5.52
5.50
5.54
6.08
6.07
5.98
6.52
7.10
7.56
4,90
3.79
3.55
3.82
4.61
4.80
4.80
4.81
4.82
4.82
4.89
4.89
4.90
4.90
4.90
4.91
4.91
4.93
5.50
5.51
5.49
5.50
5.47
5.47
5.46
5.47
5.47
5.46
5.46
5.46
5.46


TOTAL 1, 003 3.89 3,895 3.70 4,898 3.74 1,876 4.16 3,564 5.36
Total Sales, Florida oranges, all varieties,
all containers, all sections ------------------------------ 6,774 cars Avg. $3.86

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






- 43 -


WSEIHtED AmSgME AUCTION PRICES ORANGES 1942-43 SEASON


PHIL ADELPHIA

FLORIDA STOCK CALIF. STOCK
Indian River
Standard Standard 'rire- Stis. & St.. ire- Standard Standard
Week Boes oI b Bo xes bo undsCmbi Boes
Ending Cars Avg. Cars Avg. Cars Avg. Cars Avg. Cars Avg.


1942

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


5 $3.74
12 4.15
23 4.11
23 3.92
17 3.82
18 3.76
7 3.33
9 3.84
19 5.19
12 4.21
9 3.82
9 3.47
15 2.82
7 2.90
6 3.59
10 3.00
10 3,68
19 3.65
5 3.68
6 3.95
9 4.32
7 4.20
5 4.20
2 4.32
11 3.91
7 3.78
8 3.80
8 4.05
2 4.26
3 4.40
2 4.43
2 4.45
6 4.36
6 4.41
1 4.45

-* -


4 $3.82
13 3.97
30 3.83
35 3.59
40 3.63
70 3.32
51 3.01
47 3.55
46 5.09
67 3.82
45 3.45
76 2.91
81 2.44
51 2.67
27 3.11
65 2.73
50 3.39
70 3.33
61 3.56
39 3.80
67 4.10
45 3.92
60 3.78
45 3.93
98 3.72
78 3.71
58 3.86
40 4.02
46 4.21
43 4.22
8 4.26
6 4.22
5 4.25
18 4.25
12 4.25
12 4.25
8 4.26
12 4.28
5 4.33


9 $3.78
25 4.06
53 3.95
58 3.72
57 3.69
88 3.41
58 3.05
56 3.60
65 5.18
79 3.88
54 3.51
85 2.97
96 2.50
58 2.70
33 3.20
75 2.77
60 3.44
89 3.40
66 3.57
45 3.82
76 4.13
52 3.96
65 3.81
47 3.95
109 3.74
85 3.72
66 3.85
48 4.02
48 4.21
46 4.23
10 4.29
8 4.28
11 4.31
24 4.29
12 4.25
13 4.27
8 4.26
12 4.28
5 4.33


2 $3.88
3 3.83
6 3.49
12 3.91
10 5.62
21 4.45
27 3.83
20 3.73
19 3.02
20 2.99
16 3.36
18 3.20
13 3.60
14 3.59
9 3.78
12 4.19
8 4.42
7 4.32
13 3.99
5 4.52
6 4.23
12 4.06
7 4.09
16 4.21
10 4.59
10 4.58
6 4.59
10 4.58
1 4.59
8 4.58
10 4.66
12 4.60
9 4.60
4 4.61


83 $5.73
80 5.17
75 5.25
59 5.51
47 5.55
31 5.95
40 5.82
22 5.79
11 6.38
8 7.06
18 6.03
32 4.26
45 3.82
43 3.51
37 3.64
16 4.39
8 4.74
10 4.72
2 4.20
4 4.80
9 4,80
4 4.85
4 4.85
8 4.89
9 4.90
6 4.88
10 4.89
5 4.90
3 4.93
24 5.47
6 5.45
15 5.45
28 5.46
27 5.44
40 5.43
33 5.44
49 5.45
44 5.45
45 5.45
41 5.45
46 5.44
58 5.44


TOTAL 320 3.90 1,634 3.59 1,954 3.64 376 4.00 1,185 5.23
Total Sales, Florida oranges, all varieties,
all containers, all sections ---------------- ----- 2,330.cars Avg. $3.70

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


I I I I I I I | I II =Ha i -






- 44 -


WEIGHED AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES O.IR GES 1942-43 SEASON


B 0 ST 0 N

FLOR IDA ST 0 C K CALIF. STOCK
Indian River
Standard Standardd. ire- Stds. & Sd.Wire- Standard Standard
Week Boxes boud Boxes bounds Cmb Boe Boxe
Ending Cars. Avgs Avg.s Avg. Cr as vg. Cars Avg.


1942

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


$4.12
4.29
4.30
4.09
3.85
3.25
4.13
5.05
5.88
4.82
3.53
3.08
2.57
3.59
3.57
3.96
3.90
4.10
4.13
4.52
4.50

3.70
4.06







4.59


-

3
5
9
17
12
18
13
6
9
24
19
30
23
13
14
12
18
12
9
11
17
18
13
18
30
15
11
100
7
4
3
4
7
7
10
3
5
1


$3.53
4.30
4.01
3.98
3.70
3.15
3.90
4.82
5.46
3.89
2.71
2.34
2.26
2.74
2.80
3.62
3.51
3.98
4.03
4.24
4.00.
3.34
4.19
4.11
3.74
4.06
4.19
4.40
4.42
4.46
4.43
4.44
4.41
4.42
4.43
4.40
4.42
4.45


$3.68
4.29
4.15
4.00
3.72
3.17
3.95
4.94
5.61
4.02
2.99
2.48
2.35
3.01
3.03
3.72
3.61
4.02
4.05
4.31
4.08
3.34
4.19
4.09
3.74
4.06
4.19
4.40
4.42
4.46
4.43
4.44
4.41
4.42
4.43
4.45
4.42
4.45


$3.96
4.97
3.31
4.30
5.19
5.72
4.39
3.34
2.83
2.63
2.96
2.99
3.71
3.62
4.21
4.34
4.61
4.48
4.38
4.38
4.64
4.06
4.01
4.31
4.54
4.66
4.76
4.77
4.77
4.77
4.73
4.75
4.77
4.77
-


$5.31
5.72
5.38
5.56
5.81
5.80
6.05
6.21
6.38
7.22
6.99
5.13
3.89
3.59
3.68
4.63
4.81
4.79
4.80
4.82
4.81
4.88
4.91
4.90
4.90
4.89
4.90
4.91
4.92
5.47
5.50
5.49
5.48
5.46
5.47
5.45
5.46
5.44
5.47
5.43
5.47
5.47


TOTAL 114 3.95 460 3.68 574 3.73 277 4.01 1,333 5.25
Total Sales, Florida oranges, all varieties,
all containers, all sections -------------------------- 851 cars Avg. $3.82

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






45 -

WEIGHED AVEIRSE AUCTION PRICES ORANGES 1942-43 SEASON


PITTSBURGH

FLORIDA ST OCK CALIF. STOCK
Indian River
Standard Star Wire- Stds. & St.Wire- Standard Standard
.Week Boxes bound Boes bounds Combted Boxes Boxes
Ending Cars I Avg. Cars Avg. Cars I Avg. Cars Avg. Cars Avg.


Oct. 9
16 40 $5.06
23 40 5.06
30 42 4.95
Nov. 6 3 $3.85 3 $3.85 34 5.00
13 2 $4.43 6 4.02 8 4.12- 23 5.57
20 1 3.94 16 3.72 17 3.73 20 5.72
27 2 4.14 11 3.71 13 3.78 21 5.66
Dec. 4 10 3.34 10 3.34 16 5.64
11 15 3.26 15 3.26 11 6.15
18 8 5.25 8 5.25 6 7.36
25 8 4.99 8 4.99 13 7.16
Jn 1 17 3.34 17 3.34 29 4.36
8 15 2.81 15 2.81 36 3.84
15 1 2.81 31 2.25 32 2.27 33 3.29
22 11 2.44 11 2.44 21 3.67
29 2 3.40 7 2.60 9 2.78 12 4.71
Feb. 5 2 3.85 7 3.14 9 3.30 11 4.75
12 3 4.10 14 3.39 17 3.52 1 4.84
19 9 3.62 9 3.62 1 $3.87 2 4.81
26 19 3.81 19 3.81 1 4.62 12 4.78
Mar. 5 1 4.54 13 3.79 14 3.84 2 4.55 9 4.79
12 1 4.59 9 4.44 10 4.46 1 4.87 8 4.83
19 8 4.39 8 4.39 6 4.88
26 22 3.93 22 3.93 6 4.89
Apr. 2 27 3.39 27 3.39 12 4.88
9 17 3.96 17 3.96 13 4.89
16 2 3.92 16 3.95 18 3.95 7 4.89
23 1 4.39 18 3.76 19 3.79 3 4.90
30 1 4.35 12 4.33 13 4.33 .1 4.94 3 4.91
May 7 12 4.37 12 4.37 1 4.89 18 5.49
14 1 4.64 10 4.33 11 4.3 8 5.48
21 3 4.46 3 4.46 11 5.47
28 2 4.51 2 4.51 19 5.45
June 4 8 4.52 8 4.52 19 5.46
11 4 4.48 4 4.48 14 5.44
18 7 4.49 7 4.49 18 5.44
25 2 4.48 5 4.51 7 4.50 10 5.43
July 2 3 4.48 3 4.48 14 5.43
9 4 4.47 4 4.47 8 5.43
16 3 4.47 3 4.47 25 5.43
23 21 5.43
30 23 5.43

oTTAL 22 4.09 410 3.69 432 3.71 7 4.61 698 .5.04
Total Sales, Florida oranges, all varieties,
all containers, ell sections --------- -------------- 439 cars Avg. $3.72

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


I I I I I I I I Ill I I i i






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WEIGHTED AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES ORANGES 1942-43 SEASON


CLEVELAND

FLORIDA STInOCK CALIF. STOCK
Indian River
Standard Standard Wire- Stds.& Std.Wire- Standard Standard
Week Boxes bound Boxes bouds Combin. Boces Boxes
Ending Cars Avg. Cars I Ag. Cars Avg. Cars Avg. Cas Avg.


1942

Oct. 9
16
23
30
Nov. 6
13
20
27
Dec. 4
11
18
25
1943
Jan. 1
8
15
22
29
Feb. 5
12
19
26
Mar. 5
12
19
26
Apr. 2
9
16
23
30
May 7
14
21
28
June 4
11
18
25
July 2
9
16
23
30


$3.95
5.06
4.17
4.71
4.53
3.49
4.90
6.02
4.85
3.14

3.44
2.71
3.57
4.02
4.18

4.74


4.59
4.47




4.72
4.64
4.72
4.64


$3.64
4.70
3.80
4.46
3.42
3.18
4.63
5.59
4.65
2.97
2.92
2.65
2.53
2.75
3.18
3.52
3.77
3.87
3.92
4.43
3.95
3.94
3.52
4.06
4.37
4.36
4.34
4.36
4.24
4.51
4.50
4.50
4.47
4.51
1i.53
4.52
4.51
4.51


$3.74
4.92
3.89
4.53
3.47
3.22
4.68
5.66
4.70
2.98
2.92
2.65
2.58
2.74
3.23
3.52
3.79
3.88
3.92
4.43
4.04
3.94
3.52
4.06
4.41
4.36
4.35
4.36
4.24
4.51
4.50
4.50
4.53
4.53
4.53
4.55
4.51
4.51


$3.10
3.44

4.60
4.41
4.50
4.02

2.89
4.80


4.93
4.91


$5.47
5.29
5.28
5.50
5.80
5.75
5.73
5.21
7.55
7.07
6.51
4.69
3.66
3.42
4.01
4.65
4.75
4.79
4.78
4.79
4.80
4.86
4.86
4.87
4.87
4.88
4.87
4.89
4.94
5.48
5.46
5.46
5.36
5.41
5.45
5.43
5.43
5.45
5.44
5.44
5.43
5.44


TOTAL 39 4.39 432 3.79 471 3.84 12 4.08 .623 5.24
Total Sales, Florida oranges, all varieties,
all containers, all sections ----------- ----------- 483 cars Avg. $3.85

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






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WEICGHE AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES ORANGES 1942-43 SEAN


C HICAG 0

FLORIDA ST O C CALIF. STOCK
Indian yRive
Standard Standard Wire- Stds. & Std.Wire- Standard Standard
Week Boxers bomd Boxes *bounds Combie d. -aa j Boxes-n
Ending Cars Ava Avg. AvCars Avg. Cars Avg. Cars Avg.


1942

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


7
8
5
7
2
3
7
4

3
2
1
4
1
1
6

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

1
-


$4.07
4.37
3.83
4.05
4.18
3.68
3.52
5.32

3.54
3.73
2.58
2.38
3.29
3.72
3.66

4.25
4.69
3.96
3.19
4.44
4.53
4.69
4.47
4.71
4.71
4.68
4.57
4.61
4.67

4.68


6
11
10
18
27
20
24
15
21
39
33
52
37
22
32
11
16
41
23
10
16
36
49
19
24
18
30
23
12
6
3
10
21
21
17
10
16
11
2
*


$3.83
3.91
3.61
3.85
3.46
3.29
3.69
4.82
4.78
3.34
3.17
2.78
2.36
2.48
2.78
3.49
3.60
3.82
3.76
4.38
4.40
4.00
3.30
3.94
3.83
4.42
4.21
4.27
4.41
4.45
4.39
4.53
4.53
4.52
4.52
4.54
4.54
4.53
4.54


$3.96
4.10
3.68
3.91
3.51
3.34
3.65
4.93
4.78
3.35
3.20
2.78
2.36
2.52
2.81
3.55
3.6D
3.82
3.78
4.38
4.43
4.00
3.29
4.03
4.04
4.48
4.24
4.35
4.48
4.55
4.44
4.54
4.55
4.52
4.52
4.55
4.54
4.53
4.54


$5.14
5.12
5.49
5.26
5.31
5.96
5.61
5.10
6.46
6.91
5.97
4.48
4.01
3.72
3.71
4.52
4.75
4.74
4.75
4.75
4.76
4.82
4.83
4.84
4.84
4.83
4.85
4.85
5.42
5.37
5.37
5.39
5.37
5.38
5.39
5.38
5.38
5.38
5.39
5.38
5.38


$3.60





4.27
4.64

4.41

4.64






5.03
5.01
e.


TOTAL 114 4.14 812 3.71 926 3.76 13 4.46 1,629 5.15
Total Sales, Florida oranges, all varieties,
all containers, all sections -------- ------------ 939 cars Avg. $3.77

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






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SVEIGHED AAVEpAE AUCTION PRICES ORANGES 1942-43 SEASD


SS T. L 0. U I S

FLO IDA ST OCK CALIF. STOCK
Indian RIiver
Standard Standard 1'ire- Stds. & Std. r e- Standard Standard
Week Bxes boundBoge bond Combined Boxes Boxes
ending Cars Avg. Cars Cars Avg. Cars Avg. Cars I Avg.

1942
Oct. 9
*16 30 $4.99
23 1 $400 1 $4.00 30 5.00
30 27 4.74
Nov. 6 15 5.16
13 14 5.38
20 1 $4.24 63. 3.82 7 16 5.42
27 2 4.05 11 3.86 13 3.89 8 5.68
Dec, 4 5 3.39 11 3.08 16 3.18 13 4.82
11 4 4.12 6 4.11 10 4.11 7 6.63
18 12 5.18 12 5.18 13 7.17
25 5 5.28 7 5.19 12 5.23 42 5.57
a 1 15 3.12 15 3.12 17 3.98
8 7 3.23 7 3.23 22 4.11
15 1 2.25 26 2.59 27 2.58 26 3.73
22 1 2.43 14 2.32 15 2.33 25 3.72
29 1 3.60 7 2.66 8 2.78 12 4.65
Feb. 5 1 3.32 12 2.89 13 2.92 11 4.73
1 10 2.87 10 2.87 11 4.74
19 1 3.97 9 3.87 10 3.88 13 4.74
26 25 3.55 25 3.55 16 4.75
Mar. 5 8 3.74 8 3.74 17 4.77
12 3 4.35 3 4.35 12 4.84
19 4 4.33 4 4.33 8 4.83
S26 18 3.98 18 3.98 10 4.84
Apr. 2 1 4.01 17 3.81 18 3.82 8 4.84
9 20 3.58 20 3.58 14 4.85
16 18 3.84 18 3.84 9 4.85
23 20 4.25 20 4.25 2 4.85
30 11 #4.23 11 4.23 2 4.87
May 7 16 -4.29 16 4.29 28 5.43
14 7 4.31 7 4.31 13 5.41
21 2 4.43 2 4.43 21 5.37
28 17 5.37
June 4 3 4.41 3 4.41 17 5.40
11 1 4.41 1 4.41 16 5.40
18 3 4.42 3 4.42 17 5.41
225 3 4.40 3 4.40 17 5.39
S July 2 1 4.44 1 4.44 19 5.38
9 2 4.44 2 4.44 24 5.40
16 2 5.40
23 34 5.40
30 22 5.41


TOTAL 23 3.99 336 3.68 359 3.70 717 5.07
Total Sales, Florida oranges, all varieties,
all containers, all sections --------- --- -------- 359 cars Avg. $3.70
Made available
tI)hu the cooperation of the Florida Citrus Exchange & the Federal-State Market News Service






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IEIGHIED AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES ORANGES 1942-43 SEASON


CINCINNATI

F LORIDA ST OCK CALIF. STOCK
Indian River
Standard Standard Wire- Stds.& Std.Wir- StandaRrd Standard
Week Boxes bound Bc9es bounds Combhied Boxes Boxes
Ending Cars Avg. Cars Avg. Cars Avg. Avg. Cars Avg.


Oct. 9
16 1 $3.42 1 $3.42 23 $4.92
23 1 $4.37 3 4.11 4 4.17 21 5.19
30 6 3.94 10 3.94 16 3.94 24 4.93
Nov. 6 4 4.27 21 3.75 25 3.83 17 4.74
13 3 3.90 18 3.66 21 3.69 11 5.01
20 3 3.68 25 3.61 28 3.62 7 5.55
27 1 4.32 21 3.26 22 3.31 10 5.01
Dec. 4 2 3.79 23 3.10 25 3.15 5 5.58
11 2 3.32 14 3.58 16 3.55 1 6.54
18 2 5.09 27 4.65 29 4.68 8 6.53
25 2 3.43 26 3.84 28 3.81 8 5,53
Ja 1 25 2.90 25 2.90 13 4.09
8 1 3.88 20 2.94 21 2.98 9 3.19
15 45 2.47 45 2.47 9 3.35
22 21 2.26 21 2.26- 4 3.68
29 13 2.92 13 2.92 1 $2.33 5 4.73
Feb. 5 2 2.95 27 2.94 29 2.94 4 4.79
12 31 3.19 31 3.19 2 4.75
19 2 3.77 22 3.39 24 3.42 3 4.78
26 3 3.93 30 3.56 33 3.59 5 4.79
Mar. 5 24 3.53 24 3.53 5 4.81
12 13 4.20 13 4.20 4 4.84
19 1 4.53 32 3.78 33 3.80 1 4.86
26 16 3.40 16 3.40
Apr. 2 28 3.67 28 3.67 3 4.88
9 26 3.63 26 3.63 3 4.90
16 4 4.28 21 3.95 25 4.00 1 4.26 2 4.88
23 2 4.09 30 3.92 32 3.93 1 4.89
30 2 3.99 13 4.10 15 4.08 -
May 7 1 4.15 18 4.03 19 4.04 9 5.48
14 10 4.17 10 4.17 4 5.42
21 5 4.36 5 4.36 2 4.51 7 5.10
28 5 4.30 5 4.30 4 4.51 4 5.14
June 4 9 4.32 9 4.32 1 4.51 5 5.45
11 3 4.32 3 4.32 4 5.36
S18 4 4.30 4 4.30 5 5.45
25 4 4.34 4 4.34 6 5.41
July 2 3 4.32 3 4.32 8 5.43
9 -1 .34 1 4.34 6 5.42
16 1 4.33 1 4.33 9 5.42
23 11 5.42
30 12 5.42

TOTAL 44 3.97 689 3.52 733 3.54 9 4.24 298 5.00
Total Sales, Florida oranges, all varieties,
all containers, all sections --- ------------- 742 cars Avg. $3.55

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






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WEIGHTED AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES ORAGES 1942-43 SEASO


DE TR 0 I T

FLO IDA STO CK CALIF. STOCK
Indian Rimer
Standard Standard Wise- Stds.& Std.Wire- Standard Standard
Week Boxes bond C Bos bourds Cambined Bxes Bozes
Ending Cars I Avg. Cars I Avg. Cars I Avg. Cars I Avg. Crs Avg


1942

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


- ?
1
1
3
2
1




2
2
1









4





1
1




-


$4.43
4..73
4.38
4.18
3.42
5.44
5.25
4.09
-
3 .i

3.18
3.22
4.27


4.84
3.45
4.58


4.51
4.60




4.76


$4.56
4.14
3.88
3,68
3.22
3.90
5.07
5.14
3.56
3.16
2.83
2.35
3.11
3.55
3.12
3.57
4.12
4.09
4.33
4.52
4.09
3.32
3.98
4.13
4.35
4.22
4.32
4.27
4.52
4.47
4.51
4.51
4.50
4.51
4.50
4.51
4.52


$4.43
4.65
4.22
3.93
3.68
3.24
3.90
5.14
5.16
3.60
3.16
2.83
2.35
3.11
3.52
3.13
3.57
4.16
4.09
4.33
4.52
4.14
3.33
3.98
4.25
4.35
4.22
4.32
4.29
4.55
4.47
4.51
4.51
4.50
4.51
4.63
4.51
4.52


$5.41
5.27
5.34
5.48
5.56
5.67
5.62
5.52
6.83
6.89
7.08
4.48
4.04
3.63
3.77
4.60
4.69
4.77
4.78
4.78
4.80
4.85
4.86
4.87
4.87
4.87
4.87
4.88
4.90
5.46
5.46
5.46
5.45
5.44
5.43
5.42
5.42
5.42
5.42
5.43
5.42
5.42


*



$3.62
4.68


4.93

4.94

4.94
4.94


TOTAL 32 4.37 374 3.82 406 3.86 .6 4.67 1,074 5.18
Total Sales, Florida oranges, all varieties,
all containers, all sections ------------------------------ 412 cars Avg. $3.87

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






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WEIGHED AVERAGE ACTION PRICES ORANGES 1942-43 SEASON


BALTIMORE

FLORIDA STOCK CALIF. STOCK
Indian River
Standard Standard Wiie- Stds. & Std.Wire- Standard Standard
Week Bo~es bound Boxes bounds Cmbined Boxes Boxes
Ending ars Ag. Cars Ag. Cars Avg. s Avg. Cs AgCars I Avg.


1942

Oct. 9
16
23
30
Nov. 6
13
20
27
Dec. 4
11
18
25
A1943
8
15
22
29
Feb. 5
12
19
26
Mar. 5
12
19
26
Apr. 2
9
16
23
30
May 7
14
21
28
June 4
11
18
25
July 2
9
16
23
30


. *

2
2

1[







2
1
1



1
1

1



2


$4.23
3.75

2.85







2.68
3.85
3.75



3.70
3.35

3.75



4.25


$3.48
3.67
3.72
3.94
3.17
3.25
4.63
4.26
3.27
2.84
2.21
2.35
2.83
2.87
3.42
3.31
3.54
3.56
4.13
4.15
3.22
3.76
3.80
3.69
4.14
3.98
4.11
4.05
4.19
4.20
4.18
4.20
4.20
4.21
4.20


-

$3.48
4.23
3,69
3.72
3.94
3.15

4.26
3.27
2.84
2.21
2.35
2.83
2.84
3.46
3.35
3.54
3.56
4.13
4.15
3.28
3.76
3.75
3.59
4.14
3.95
4.11
4.05
4.19
4.20
4.20
4.20
4.20
4.21
4.20
-


24 $5.30
24 5.20
23 4.85
15 4.87
6 5.48
4 5.46
3 5.70
2 5.82
3 5.88
4 5.99
1 5.55
4 4.78
5 3.71
6 3.37
5 3.72
3 4.51
2 4.72
2 4.77
1 4.80
2 4.77
3 4.86
2 4.87
1 4.88
4 4.90
3 4.87
1 4.95
3 4.90
1 4.90
4 5.45
5 5.47
3 5.45
8 5.45
7 5.41
8 5.41
8 5.44
8 5.42
8 5.43
7 5.44
10 5.43
7 5.43
14 5.43


TOTAL 14 3.65 263 3.56 277 3.56 254 5.08
Total Sales, Florida oranges, all varieties,
all containers, all sections ------------------------------ 277 cars Avg. $3.56


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


Federal-State Market News Service






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WEIGHED AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES ORANGES 1942-43 SEASON


TOTAL ALL CITIES

FLORIDA T. STOCK CALIF. STOCK
Indian River
Standard. Standard Wire- Stds. & Std. Wire Standard Standard
Week Boxes band Bes_ bads QmAvined Bos Boxes
Ending Cars Avg. Cars Avg. Cars I Avg. Cars A Cars Avg.


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


$4.40
4.01
4.07
4.26
3.85
3.94
3.77
3.34
4.00
5.12
4.55
3.95
3.40
2.60
2.70
3.16
3.30
3.55
3.51
3.93
3.99
4.32
4.00
4.17
4.14
4.03
3.95
4.01
4.08
4.33
4.42
4.38
4.40
4.34
4.40
4.38
4.46
4.52
4.46
4.43
4.46
4.46


$3.42
3.81
3.84
,3.96
S3.56
3.77
3.45
3.10
3.77
4.98
4.18
3.48
3.01
2.47
2.54
2.86
3.00
3.33
3.47
3.72
3.80
4.19
3.80
3.87
3.80
3.81
3.80
4.01
4.15
4.24
4.26
4.33
4.30
4.35
4.33
4.36
4.33
4.33
4.39
4.40
4.47
-


a
33
134
226
317
301
373
320
271
291
357
370
421
597
355
270
351
362
369
428
310
300
319
343
421
480
439
359
297
279
260
150
96
154
158
135
169
87
71
44
8
3


$3.91
3.91
3.95
4.08
3.66
3.81
3.49
3.14
3.83
5.01
4.23
3.53
3.05
2.48
2.56
2.90
3.04
3.35
3.48
3.73
3.81
4.20
3.82
3.88
3.83
3.85
3.83
4.01
4.14
4.26
4.27
4.34
4.32
4.35
4.34
4.36
4.34
4.36
4.39
4.40
4.46
4.46


5
$5.13
3.60
4.03
3.71
3.41
4.27
5.41
5.05
4.41
3.47
3.00
3.04
3.18
3.52
3.70
3.72
4.03
4.26
4.55
3.93
4.29
4.51
4.45
4.16
4.12
4.28
4.57
4.59
4.60
4.57
4.59
4.60
4.64
4.62
4.63
4.64


709
667
617
552
431
373
336
221
166
166
224
354
446
403
294
193
137
74
78
139
156
102
83
118
145
135
116
75
35
287
152
209
265
272
309
290
314
331
317
334
347
403


$5.37
5.34
5.32
5.40
5.54
5.89
5.83
5.70
6.51
7.00
6.41
4.64
3.86
3.56
3.75
4.59
4.76
4.75
4.75
4.78
4.79
4.85
4.86
4.87
4.88
4.87
4.88
4.89
4.91
5.46
5.44
5.44
5.44
5.44
5.44
5.44
5.44
5.43
5.44
5.44
5.43
5.44


TOTAL 1,725 3.94 9,305 3.67 11,030 3.71 2,576 4.12 11,375 5.23
Total Sales, Florida oranges, all varieties,
all containers, all sections --------- -- -------- 13,606 cars Avg. $3.79

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


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WEIGHTED AV7EAES AUCTION PRICES HFLBIDA SEED & si=DLESS GRAPEFRUIT
1943-43 EASoN

NE.W YORK CITY

FLA. S=ED GRAPfEi'RUIT FLA. SEELESS GRAPEFRUIT_
Ss& S S ,ds &Std. IR.
Week Standard Std.We- Ijbo ms Standard. Standard St. Wire- Standard
End.- Bolsa- omuad s Comned -9oa -es .jaadBosl s C fined Bes
ing Cars Ag, Carsvg. CarsAvg. CarsAg. Cars arsAvg. asAvg. CarsAv
9 $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $

10/9 7 4.14 1 4.84 8 4.23 -
16 25 3.62 10 2.94 35 3.43 6 4.17 5 3.87 11 4.03 -
23 43 2.43 53 2.02 96 2.20 45 2.85 24 2.64 69 2.78
30 26 2.25 32 1.94 58 2.08 4 2.52 60 2.33 21 2.32 81 2.33 4 3.19
11/6 10 2.73 9 2.26 19 2.51 4 2.91 35 2.88 9 2.84 44 2.87 5 4.00
13 12 2.88 15 2.43 27 2.63 5 3.25 15 3.55 6 3.48 21 3.53 7 4.77
20 15 2.98 13 2.69 28 2.85 8 3.35 28 3.52 10 3.26 38 3.45 16 4.46
27 8 2.47 26 2.15 34 2.23 11 2.78 19 2.88 15 2.59 34 2.75 24 3.68
12/4 9 2.04 9 1.95 18 2.00 13 2.47 14 2.44 10 2.26 24 2.36 36 3.12
11 10 2.35 4 2.16 14 2.30 9 2.78 11 2.72 1 2.40 12 2.69 32 3.41
18 4 2.69 5 2.80 9 2.76 12 3.39 6 3.29 2 2.80 8 3.17 26 4.01
25 4 2.77 7 2.48 11 2.59 13 3.17 6 3.15 6 3.15 29 4.06
IT 5 2.70 4 2.33 9 2.54 11 2.98 4 3.10 1 3.29 5 3.14 44 3.86
8 16 2.25 5 2.05 21 2.20 30 2.70 14 2.83 3 2.33 17 2.74 43 3.50
15 9 1.91 21 1.80 30 1.83 37 2.25 12 2.61 7 2.27 19 2.48 41 3.14
22 8 2.20 8 1,97 16 2.09 15 2.39 3 2.21 8 2.20 11 2.20 62 2.94
29 3 2.35 5 1.96 8 2.11 15 2.47 8 2.36 8 2.24 16 2.30 56 2.87
2/5 8 2.18 8 2.18 10 2.54 8 2.55 11 2.29 19 2.40 59 2.92
12 5 2.24 5 2.24 14 2.61 10 2.50 10 2.29 20 2.39 55 3.02
19 2 2.37 1 1.99 3 2.24 11 2.68 4 2.56 11 2.33 15 2.39 51 3.05
26 1 2.48 5 2.59 6 2.57 12 2.91 9 2.65 8 2.67 17 2.66 64 3.17
3/5 3 2.95 3 2.95 13 3.23 7 3.03 6 3.03 13 3.03 46 3.54
12 4 3.33 4 3.22 8 3.28 14 3.64 6 3.51 9 3.39 15 3.44 57 4.09
19 5 3.13 11 3.16 16 3.15 22 3.48 9 3.54 9 3.33 18 3.44 65 4.09
26 10 2.87 6 3.05 16 2.94 29 3.37 21 3.52 13 3.19 34 3.39 55 4.11
4/2 11 2.53 18 2.33 29 2.41 18 3.11 14 3.16 54 2.85 68 2.91 70 3.98
9 9 2.70 11 2.39 20 2.53 22 2.70 24 2.78 48 2.64 72 2.69 94 3.63
16 2 2.80 3 2.30 5 2.50 8 2.94 15 2.90 29 2.72 44 2.78 83 3.43
23 2 3.58 6 2.69 8 2.91 7 3.31 5 3.50 7 3.34 12 3.41 78 3.94
30 2 3.57 2 3.57 4 3.70 8 3.60 17 3.38 25 3.45 59 4.15
5/7 5 3.58 5 3.58 9 3.70 3 3.62 17 3.42 20 3.45 55 4.19
14 2 3.55 1 3.30 3 3.47 8 3.69 6 3.65 24 3.48 30 3.51 52 4.19
21 3 3.45 5 3.31 8 3.36 1 3.67 2 3.72 12 3.53 14 3.56 39 4.19
28 1 3.55 1 3.55 2 3.67 1 3.74 6 3.55 7 3.58 22 4.19
6/4 3 3.47 3 3.39 6 3.43 5 3.66 7 3.68 2 3.52 9 3.64 23 4.22
11 2 3.49 2 3.49 6 3.66 7 3.71 6 3.47 13 3.60 21 4.23
18 2 3.56 2 3.56 1 3.67 3 3.66 9 3:48 12 3.52 12 4.20
25 4 3.71 6 3.57 10 3.62 -
7/2 1 3.66 3 3.57 4 3.59 -
9 23.56 23.5 5 3.74 1 3.57 6 3.71 -
16 5 3.56 5 3.56 2 3.76 1 3.50 3 3.67 -
23 2 3.56 2 3.56 1 3,77 1 3.77 -
30. -

289 2.75 317 2.31 606 2.52 403 2.96 468 2.98 449 2.90 917 2.94 1,485 3.67
Total Sales, Florida grapefruit, all varieties,
all containers, all sections ------------------------... 3,411 cars Avg. $3.18


Market News Service


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


I I I R i I I I I I I [ J






- 54 -


WEIGHTED AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES aRIDA SEE & SEEDLESS GRAPEM~R I
1942-43 SEAON


PHIL AD L P H I A

FLA. SE GRAPEERUIT jZDLESS GRAPEUIT
_Stds.& bit I Enlv stI1 MCtds. Be Ind. .
Week Standard Std.Wire- Wireboulds StandaJ Standar t. irebonds Stdanard
End. Boxe bouB s Co Boxes Boxes bound Boes Coinad Boxes
ing Cars Avg. Cars Avg. Cars Av Ca C Ag. CarsAvg. CarsAg. CaslAvg. CarslAvg.


10/9
16
23
30
11/6
13
20
27
12/4
11
18
25


15
22
29

19
3/5
12

19
26
3O5
2
19


16
23
30
5/7
14
21
28
6/4
11
18
25
7/2
9
16
23
30


4.73
3.19
2.29
1.96
2.59
2.57

2.55
2.23
2.21
2.51
-


8 2.24
2 1.67
1 2.30
3 2.40
2 2.52

1 2.61
.4 -
- .4

4 2.44
5 2.68
2 2.14
2 2.76

2 2.70
1 3.55
1 3.55
2 3.40
1 3.55
2 3.44
1.3.73
*- -
- I*
k M
* -
M* -


i.
2.70
1.91
1.73

2.45
2.33
2.25
1.90
1.83
2.66
2.45

2.21
1.90
1,68
2.39
2.29
1.91
2.00
1.83
2.33
2.96
3.15
3.00
2.54
2.21
2.10
-
-

2.99
3.28
-.
-
-

-
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te


3 4.73
27 3.03
38 2.07
17 1.84
3 2.59
17 2.47
10 2.33
17 2.30
11 1,93
5 1.98
3 2.61
7 2.45

3 2.21
15 2.08
- 1.68
2 2.35
4 2.37
4 2,22
2 2.00
3 2.09
2 2.33
1 2.96
1 3.15
3 3.00
12 2.51
15 2.36
3 2.13
2 2.76

2 2.70
3 3.17
5 3.33
2 3.40
1 3.55
2 3.44
1 3.73


- -
- -


-


2,23


2.95
2.53
2.46
3.37
3.46

3.11
3,00
2.63
2.51
2.60
2.59
2.46
2.41
2.88
3.30
3.49
3.72
2.97
3.30
2.68
2.94
3.25
3.25
3.65
3.62


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w

-,
-
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i.


3.5j
2.27
2.18
3.00
3.06
3.35
2.99
2.17
2.72
3.44
*-

2,64
2.81
2.36
2.75
2.90
2,43
2.40
2.45
2.80
3.22
3.47
3.46
3.29
3.15
2.51
3.15
3.29
3.32
3.54
3.45
3.74
3.54
3.55
3.76
3.60
3.71
-
-


2 2.81
2 2.48
3 1.97
2 2.60
- ..
1 3.60
5 2.97
4 2.14
4 2.53
1 2.62

2 2.78
4 2.20
1 2.45
10 2.51
4 2.53
4 2.26
7 2.12
1 2.45
- .4
2 2.98
7 3.28
10 3,35
8 2.99
12 2.94
12 2.70
5 2.89
7 3.20
9 3,24
16 3.33
11 3.31
3 3.55
6 3.44
2 3.51
1 3.60
1 3.45
5 3.54
3 3,55
1 3.55
,, i,


4 3.18
9 2.32
12 2.13
4 2,80
7 3.06
5 3.40
13 2.98
9 2.16
8 2.63
2 3.03
- -

8 2.67
11 2.59
4 2.38
12 2.55
8 2.71
11 2.37
10 2.20
6 2.45
4 2.80
7 3.15
10 3,34
15 3.39
13 3.10
22 3.04
19 2.63
15 3.06
13 3.24
14 3.27
20 3.37
13 3.33
8 3.67
7 3.45
4 3.53
3 3.71
2 3.53
7 3.59
3 3.55
1 3.55


. -
- -

- -


1 2.67
7 2.78
3 3.22
2 3.52

2 3.38
5 3.38
8 3,13
11 3.17
11 3.05
12 2.85
7 3.01
8 2.89
7 3.30
7 3.55
7 4.11
12 4.10
14 3.98
7 3.93
15 3.50
12 3.61
21 3.59
11 3.94
9 4.15
11 4.19
7 4.20
5 4.19
14 4.20
7 4.20
2 4.21

** -
- -


T- '99 2.66 154 2.23 253 2.40 126 2.84 165 2.95 178 2.96 343 2.95 245 3.63
TAL
Total Sales, Florida grapefruit, all varieties,
all containers, all sections ---------------------------- 967 oars Avg. $2.97


Market News Service


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






- 55 -


WEIGUTED AVENUE AUCTIO PRICES E~M LID SI & S .egSS MGAPETRUIT
1942-.43 SE0N

B 0 S T 0 .

4L, .SEED GRAPE.RUIT FIA, SEEDLESS GRAPEFRUIT
Ss & Std. re Shds. & Std. R.
Week Standard Std.Wire- Wirbc -ds Standard Std.Wire- iWreboands Standard
End- Boxes munmBomss Combinad_ Boxes Boxes boundBcU s Combined Boxes
ing .s-l'vg, Cars Avg. Car sAvg. CarslAvg. Cars Avg. Cars Avg. CarslAvg. Cars!Avg.

$' $ $ $ $ $ $ $
10/9 -
16 5 3.74 1 3.85 6 3.76 -
23 11 2.47 6 1.97 17 2.29 1 3.33 1 2.52 2 2.93 -
30 8 2.29 6 1.95 14 2.14 5 2.33 5 2.33
11/6 2 2.76 2 2.76 2 3.38 3 2.76 5 3.0
13 1 2.82 3 2.74 4 2.76 2 3.69 2 3.69
20 1 2.63 2 2.41 3 2.48 5 3.06 1 2.80 6 3.02 1 3.75
27 1 2.90 1 2.90 2 2.92 2 3.17 1 2.67 3 3,00
12/4 2 2.18 1 1.85 3 2.07 4 2.74 3 2.30 1 2.03 4 2.23 4 2.80
11 1 2.82 3 1.96 4 2.18 4 2.66 1 3.09 1 3.09 4 3.17
18 3,21 3 3.17
25 1 2.71 1 2.71 1 255 1 3.46
S- 3 3.- 4 3.55
8 2 2.7 2 2.76 5 2.77 3.47
15 4 1.85 4 1.85 10 2.48 11 2.98
22 9 2.25 1 2.75 1 2.75 8 3.05
29 2 2.60 1 2.10 1 2.10 8 3.15
2/5 2.26 .26 5 2.80 2 2.69 2 2.69 9 3.28
12 1 2.27 1 2.27 7 3.06 22.41 2 2.41 4 3.38
19 12 2.31 1 2.10 1 1.97 2 2.04 11 2.83
26 1 2.24 1 2.24 2 3.20 1 2.60 1 2.60 10 3.20
3/ 9 3.78
S13.84 10 4.27
19 -8 3.76 13.62 1 3.62 6 4.29
26 1 2.60 3 2.83 4 2.77 9 3.49 8 4.28
4/1 8 2.04 8 2.04 8 2.78 3 2.19 3 2.19 13 3,91
9 9 2.67 14 3.32
16 1.99 1 1.99 6 2.74 12.65 1 2.65 15 3.60
23 1 3.61 1 3.61 15 4.09
30 4 3.52 4 3.52 9 4.34
5/7- 8 3.43 8 3.43 8 4.31
14 1 3.41 1 3.41 2 3.86 3 3.42 3 3.42 8 4.34
21 5 3.62 5 3.62 6 4.36
28 5 4.36
6/4 3.85 4 4.34
11 8 4.37
18 2 4.39
25 1 3.77 1 3.72 2 3.74 1 4.39
7/2 1 3.72 1 3.72 1 4.33
9 1 3.72 1 3.72 -
16 .
23 .. .
30 -

L 30 2.65 49 2.27 79 2.41 114 2.86 27 2.86 40 3.12 67 3.02 227 3.71
Total Sales, Florida grapefruit, all varieties,
all containers, all sections -----------------------------. 487 cars Avg. $3.21


Made available
thru the cooperation of the Florida Citrus Exchange


& the Federal-State Market News Service






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WEIGHED AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES -- I D .OR iE & DI.ESE S GRAPEERUIT
1942-43 SEASON


PITTSBURGH

FLA. MESD GBAPERUIT F. SEEDLESS GRPEFRUIT
SStds.&Std. Indi. Riv Stas.&Std Ind.Riv
Week Standardl Std.Wire- Wis'bonds Standard Standard Std. Wie- Wirebounds Stcandard
End- Boxes 'bomdBoxes Combined BBooxese Bo baouin es Combine Boxes
ing Cars Avg. Cars Avg. Cars Avg. Carsl Ag. CarslAvg. Cars Avg. CarsAvg. CarslAvg.


10/9
16
23
30
11/6
13
20
27
12/4
11
18
25


8
15
22
29
2/5
12
19
26
3/5
12
19
26
4/2
9
16
23
30
5/7
14
21
28
6/4
11
18
25
7/2
9
16
23
30


2 3.50
7 2.51
4 1.93


1 2.53
1 2.32


- -


1 1.67

2 2.69
1 2.63
k* -
4 ft
*A ft






W --


-


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k4 to
W ft*

M


3,22
2.12
1.79


2,42


1.87
-




2.52
2.04

1.54
-




2.42

2.41


3.56

-

-
k*
-


4 3,36
.8 2,27
5 1.90
- -

2 2.48
1 2.32

2 1.87
- -

1 1,67

2 2.69
3 2.56
3 2.04

1 1.54

- .4

- -

1 2.42

3 2.41


1 3.56


- -
- -

- -


-
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-








M


3.423
3.26

w
-
-
-


2.20
1.97




3.35




2.80

3.38
3.10
2.66
2.52

3.35
3.38
3.58

3.93
3.39
3.40
3.58
3.90
3.69
3.82
3.85

3.91
3.75

-

-


1.85
-



2.39
2.19


2 3.01
2 2.76
3 2.58
3 2.49
3 2.18
1 2.00
1 2.42
1 2.62
1 2.90
3 3.39
2 2.60
7 2.92
2 3.20
1 2.69
3 2.96
1 3.52
1 3.60
7 3.59
5 3.57

1 3.62
1 3.62
2 3.65
2 3.69
2 3.68
2 3.71
- -


2.20
1.89




2.39
2.77




2.80
3.01
2.97
2.71
2.53
2.27
2.00
2.89
3.00
3.35
3.39
3.04
3.02
3.32
3.40
3.19
3.60
3.77
3.62
3.57
3.91
3.68
3.62
3.65
3.69
3.68
3.71


To- 19 2.46 28 2.27 47 2.35 2 3.34 30 3.39 63 3.05 93 3.16 -
TAL
Total Sales, Florida grapefruit, all varieties,
all containers, all sections ------------------------------ 142 cars Avg. $2.90

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


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WEIGHED AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES FIRIDA D SEEDLESS GRAPEFRUIT
194243 SEASON

CLEVELAND

FL. SEED MRUIT FLA. SEEDLESS GRAPERUIT
SStds. &Std. Indi Stas. & Sta. I
Week Standard Std.Wire- rebouads Standard Standard Std.Wiire Wjrebounds Standard
o-u Combine Boxxes Boos baB Bxes
End- Boxes olndBes Combined Baxes Boxes boundBos Combined Boxes
ing C A CarsAvg. Ca vg. CarsAvg. CaisAvg. Cs Avg. C~slAvg. CaslAv.
$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $

10/9 -
16 54.11 3 3.30 8 3.81 -
23 7 2.31 8 1.90 152.09 2.28 12.20 3 2.25
30 51.67 5 1.67 31.88 21.88 -
11/6 1 2.36 1 2.36 -
13

13 - -
2/4 a -
11 - -
18 -





8 ..- 3.6 -
15 .- -
22 1 2.92 1.92 13.47 13.47 -
29 1.91 1.91 1 2.37 3 3.03 3 3.03 -
2/5 1 1.83 2 1.68 3 1.73 -
12 a 1 1.91 1 1.91 -
19 3 3.35 3 3
26 .0 13.10 -
3/ -
12 -
196 1 3.36 1 3.36 -
6 1 2.15 .15 1 3.90 2.80 3 3.17 -
4/2 3 3 2.46 3 .46 -
9 a1 3.03 4 2.88 5 2.91 -
16 3.75 4 3.09 7 3.37 -
23 a 3 a 33.35 33.35 14.45
30 1 2.74 1 2.74 3 3.11 3 3.11 -
5/7 3.48 3.48 -
14 13.98 43.32 53.45 -
21 a
28 a 1 3.96 1 3.63 23.79 -
6/4 --2 3.84 13.31 3 3.66
11 1 3.97 1 3.97 -
18 - 1 3.71 1 3.63 2 3.67
25 2. 3 2. 2. 1 3.82 3 3.69 4 3.72 1
7/2 1 3.69 1 3,69 -
9 13.69 13.69 -
16 -
30 -

TO- 14 3.00 20 2.15 34 2.50 1 2.37 31 3.34 39 3,04 60 3.11 1 4.45
Total Sales, Florida grapefruit, all varieties, 90
all containers, all sections ----------------------------96, ars Ag. $2.90

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







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WEIGHIE AVERAGE ACTION PRICES IIORIT A .SED.& aE& ESS G.RAPEEwZUIT
1942-43 SEASON


C HI CAG 0

3A. gFSD GBAPRTJIaT AL.. SaiSaS GRAPERJulIT
Stds.& StdI. n. i-i tds & St. 1 -4
Week Standard Std.Wir- Wirelunrs Stadara Standard. Std. Wire- Wi.. bourls Standara
End.. Boxes bound.Bs C inA Boxes Boxe. bundles CIb .
ing Cars[Avg. Cars Avg. Cars|Avg. Cars jAvg. Cars Avg. Cars Avg. Cars Avg. Cars Avg.


194

10/9
16
23
30
11/6
13
20
27
12/4
11
18
25
1943

8
15
22
29
2/5
12
19
26
3/5
12
19
26
4/2
9
16
23
30
5/7
14
21
28
6/4
11
18
25
7/2
9
16
23
30


3.10
2.53





- o0
2.66




1.91




2.01

2.80
2.34


2.96

-


2.98
3.30
-




-
-


2.35
1.87

-
-
-














2.56
25









2.59
-



-
-

-
-
-
-

-

-
-


5 3.10
5 2.39
1 1.87
1 2.66




1 1.91




1 2.01

1 2.80
1 2.34


1 2.96
1 2.56

3 2.59

2 2.98
1 3.30



iI -
7. "


* -

3 2.77
4 3.09


I ,-

. .,
. I


2.99

3.08
2.87
-


3.68
3.68
3.17
2.87
3.10
2.93
3.28
3.16

3.92

3.90
3.74
3.93
3.86
3.83

-


2.18
2.22

-
Ii


-m


- -
1 3.30


1 1.96




1 3.02
3 2.99
3 2.88
4 2.38
4 2.88
9 3.03

2 3.60
1 3.21
1 3.60
1 3.81
1 3.62
1 3.59
4 3.62
4 3.65
5 3.67
2 3.69

-l -


2.57
2.12










3.30
2.99

2.52
2.87



3.35
3.16
2.95
2.54
2.92
3.00
3.28
3.38
3.21
3.76
3.81
3.76
3.67
3.75
3.74
3.70
3.69


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4.45
4.48
4.50
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S 15 2.80 9 240 24 2.65 32 3.20 50 3.17 82 3.18 8 4.47
Total Sales, Florida grapefruit, all varieties,
all containers, all sections ------------------------------ 114 cars Avg. $3.17

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









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WEIGHED AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES FORImA EED .& SEEDLESS GRIPE1IT

1942-43 SEASON


S T. L 0 U I S


FLA. SEED GRAPEFRUIT FA, SEEDLESS GRL'PERUIT

Stda& St. In.. i Stds. & td. ID.Riv.
Week Standard Std. Wire- Wireboumas Standard Standard Std.Wire- Trebounds Standard
End- Boxes bouniBoae Combined Boxes Boxes boundBoe Combined Boxes
ing Cars Avg. Cars Avg. Crs vg.I CarslAvg. Cars lvg. Cars Avg.I Cars Avg. CarsAg.


1942


10/9
16
23
30
11/6
13
20
27
12/4
11
18
25



8
15
22
29
2/5
12
19
26
3/5
12
19
26
4/2
9
16
23
30
5/7
14
21
28
6/4
11
18
25
7/2
9
16
23
30


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1 2.73
1 3.00
3 3.63
1 3.49
1 3.62
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2 2.28



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all containers, all sections ------------------------------ 19 cars Avg. $2.96


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1942..43 SEASON

CINCIN NAT I

FLA. SEED GRAPEMUIT hA. SEEDLESS GRAPEFRUIT
Stbas68Std. Ely- Stabs.& S1. Ind.Riv.
Week Standazd Std. Wie- Wirebounds Standard Standard Std. Wire- Wirebounds StmdEd
End- Boxes boundiBoms Combined Boxes Boxes boundB3es Combined Boxes
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294

10/9
16
23
30
11/68
13
20
27
12/4
11
18
25

8
15
22
29
2/5
12
19
26
3/5
12
19
26
4/2
9
16
23
30
5/7
14
21
28
6/4
11
18
25
7/2
9
16
23
30


3.72
1.97

2.22
3 .l
3.10

2.51





2.54








2.13
2.94
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4.87
2.95
1.73
1.86
2.07
2 .O

2.32

1.95
1.92






1.72
1.63

1.94
2.30
2.18

2.75
2.55
2.10
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3.2
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1 4.87
14 3.34
24 1.80
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6 2.12
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2 2.71

1 1.95
2 2.22
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2.84

3.27

3.32
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3.20
3.36
3.50

3.77


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2.18

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2 2.40


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2 3.09
5 2.45
2 2.41
5 1.79
1 1.81

3 2.57
1 2.93
1 3.34
4 3.25
3 3.12
9 2.39
3 3.01
8 2.70
6 3.08
5 3,14
4 3.35
1 3.40
5 3.44
3 3.44
2 3.45

2 3.49
1 3.53
1 3.51


3.46
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2.40
2.40





2.36


3.09
2.49
2.85
1.82
1.81

2.57
2.89
3.34
3.25
3.12
2.62
2.93
2.84
3.12
3.27
3.35
3.40
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Total Sales, Florida grapefruit, all varieties,
all containers, all sections ------------ -- ---- 201 cars Avg. $2.67

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1942-43 SEASON


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10/9
16
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30
11/6
13
2O
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18
25




22
29
2/5
12
19
26
3/5
12
19
26
4/2
9
16
23
30
5/7
14
21
28
6/4
11
18
25
7/2
9
16
23
30


2 2.89
8 2.06
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2 3.21
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1 3.65
1 3.22
4 3.66
1 3.65
1 3.66

1 3.65
3 3.69
2 3.69


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1 2.51
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1 3.56
2 3.21
6 2.51
3 3.28
6 3.35
8 3.46

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1 3.22
4 3.66
2 3.80
2 3.:82

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3 3.69
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5 3.48 17 2.22 22 2.50


- 26 3.21 37 3.14 63 3.12


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


85 cars Avg. $3.00


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


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1942-43 SEASON


BALTIMORE

FIA. SEED GPEA UIT FLA. SEEDILSS GRAPEFRUIT
Stds. & St d. Stds.& Std. Ind*Ri.
Week Standard Std. ire- W'rebounds Standard Standard Std.Wire- Wirebounds Standard
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10/9
16
23
30
11/6
13
20
27
12/4
11
18
25


8
15
22
29
2/5
12
19
26


19
26
412
9
16
23
30
5/7
14
21
28
6/4
11
18
25
7/2
9
16
23
30


3 3.03
2 2.17
1 1.80




2 2.58
1 2.45
1 2.75
1 3.60

1 1.80
2 2.28
2 2.35
1 2.40
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2 3.28
1 3.20


1 3.00
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2.34
2.40
1.67

2.70
2.10




2.08


2.25


2,33







2.10


3.25
3.25
3.30

3.35
3.30

3.25
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7 .64
3 2.25
6 1.69

1 2.70
1 2.10

2 2.58
1 2.45
1 2,75
3 2.25

1 1.80
3 2.27
2 2.35
1 2.40
2 2.33


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6 2.28
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1 3.25
1 3.30
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1 3.45
2 3.48
1 3.45
2 3.45
5 3.45
3 3.45
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1 2.35

2.60

1 2.45



S2.25
2 2.45

1 3.00
1 3.20
1 3.45
1 3.50
1 3.45
2 3.48
1 3.45
2 3.45
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Total Sales, Florida grapefruit, all varieties,
all containers, all sections ----.-----------.---------- 82 cars Avg. $2.71

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


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WEIGHED AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES .- IDAB SE & SEEMT SS GQAPEEIF T
1942-43 ASMON


TOTAL ALL CITIES

FLA. SEM GRAPERBUIT hLA. SMEDiSS GRAPEUIT
SStd& Sd Ind Riv. Stds. &S td. IndRiv.
Week Standard Std. TOFe- afirebands Standard Standard Sti. Wire- Wirboumds Standard
End- Bo::es 1ou1d B | Boxes Boxes bmdBoim s C]bp d Boxes
ing CarsAvg. CarA. s|A Cars Avg. CarsAvg. CarsAg CarsAvg. CarslAvg.
S a $ $ $ $ $$ $ $

10/9 10 4.32 2 4.85 1 4.40 -
16 72 3.50 38 2.88 110 3.29 13 3.91 8 3.55 21 3.77 -
23 95 2.37 130 1.98 225 2.14 65 2.72 32 2.55 97 2.66
30 47 2.17 67 1.85 114 1.98 6 2.42. 88 2.27 29 2.25 117 2.27 4 3.19
11/6 16 2.64 15 2.27 31 2.46 4 2.91 40 2.90 16 2.71 56 2.84 5 4.00
13 17 2.80 32 2.47 49 2.58 5 3,25 24 3.42 6 3.48 30 3.43 7 4.77
20 18 2.94 28 2.50 46 2.67 8 3.35 37 3.44 12 3.25 49 3.39 17 4.41
27 12 2.48 41 2.20 53 2.26 16 2.83 29 2.93 21 2.68 50 2.82 24 3.68
12/4 14 2.15 21 1.92 35 2.01 19 2.53 22 2.36 16 2.22 38 2.30 41 3.08
11 16 2.35 13 1.97 29 2.18 15 2.70 17 2.78 6 2.45 23 2.69 43 3.28
18 6 2.67 7 2.76 13 2.72 18 3.36 7 3.31 3 2.74 10 3.14 32 3.86
25 5 2.74 17 2.43 22 2.50 19 3,21 6 3,15 1 2.36 7 3.04 32 4.01
T. 7 2.42 7 2.28 14 2.35 15 3.05 10 2.82 4 2.90 14 2.84 50 3.82
8 26 2.25 15 2.08 41 2.19 40 2.75 22 2.82 7 2.26 29 2.68 55 3.49
15 16 2.03 30 1.79 46 1.87 55 2.35 15 2.56 13 2.60 28 2.58 60 3.11
22 18 2.37 12 2.17 30 2.29 33 2.38 14 2.83 27 2.43 41 2.57 81 2.98
29 7 2.43 16 1.99 23 2.12 25 2.51 21 2.72 19 2.37 40 2.55 75 2.92
2/5 3 2.46 13 2.11 16 2.18 25 2.61 22 2.49 26 2.15 48 2.31 80 2.95
12 9 2.11. 9 2.11 34 2.65 16 2.51 25 2.17 41 2.30 66 3.04
19 3 2.45 4 1.90 7 2.13 34 2.46 10 2.46 14 2.29 24 2.36 73 2.98
26 3 2.85 9 2.46 12 2.56 21 2.93 17 2.73 12 2.62 29 2.68 81 3.18
3/5 6 2.76 6 2.76 16 3.24 14 3.11 10 2.97 24 3.05 62 3.58
2 4 3.33 5 3.21 9 3.26 19 3.62 12 3.53 20 3.29 32 3.38 74 4.12
19 7 3.17 20 2.99 27 3.04 34 3.57 16 3.51 32 3.31 48 3.38 83 4.11
86 17 2.73 28 2.62 45 2.66 52 3.30 29 3.50 36 2.98 653.21 77 4.10
4/2 20 2.59 42 2.21 62 2.33 32 3.06 31 3.17 100 2.74 131 2.84 90 3.96
9 13 2.68 16 2.35 29 2.50 35 2.71 41 2.83 75 2.72 116 2.76 123 3.58
16 5 2.82 5 2.43 10 2.63 17 2.87 45 3.15 58 2.81 103 2.96 110 3.47
23 2 3.58 7 2.77 9 2.95 9 3.29 18 3.44 33 3.22 51 3.30 115 3.90
30 4 3.13 3 3.20 7 3.16 5 3.61 22 3.49 42 3.33 64 3.39 79 4,14
5/7 7 3.61 2 2.99 9 3,47 10 3.70 11 3.63 52 3.40 63 3.44 72 4.20
4 4 3.66 8 3.32 12 3.43 11 3.71 12 3.68 54 3.44 66 3.48 71 4.20
21 5 3.43 6 3.31 11 3.36 1 3.67 8 3.74 32 3.57 40 3.60 54 4.22
28 2 3.55 2 3.55 2 3.67 6 3.83 21 3.50 27 3.57 37 4.22
6/4 5 3.46 10 3.28 15 3.34 7 3.71 14 3.72 13 3.50 27 3.61 42 4.23
11 3 3.57 3 3.57 6 3.66 13 3.79 20 3.51 33 3.62 37 4.26
18 2 3.56 2 3.56 1 3.67 9 3.73 21 3.54 30 3.60 16 4.22
25 9 3.74 28 3.61 37 3.64 1 4.39
7/2 1 3.66 15 3.63 16 3.63 1 4.33
9 2 3.56 3.56 5 3.74 7 3.64 12 3.68 -
16 5 3.56 5 3.56 2 3.76 1 3.50 3 3.67 -
23 2 3.56 2 3.56 1 3.77 1 3.77
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ii 520 2.72 684 2.28 1204 2.47 649 2.92 814 3.01 967 2.96 1,781 2.98 1970 3.67
Total Sales, Florida grapefruit, all varieties,
all containers, all sections --------------------- ----- 5,604 cars Avg. $3.11

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








T.zIGRD AVERAGE AUCTION EiICES GRAPEEUI (A WJ VARIETIES


NEW YOBK CITY PHILADELPHIA

InioDAl: ExAS rBIDA -EAS
Stds.& Std. India iver Stds.& Std. Stds.& Std. Ind River Stds.& Std.
Wire-bous Wire-bcands Wire-bounds Wire-bouzls
Week Combined Std. Boxes Combined Combined Std. Boxes Combined
Ening Cars [Avg. Cars Avg. CaxrsAvg. CarstAvg. Cars Avg, Cars Avg.


1942

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


8 $4.23
46 3.57
165 2.44
139 2.23
63 2.76
48 3.02
66 3.19
68 2.49
42 2.20
26 2.48
17 2.95
17 2.79
14 2.75
38 2.44
49 2.09
27 2.13
24 2.24
27 2.33
25 2.36
18 2.37
23 2.64
16 3.01
23 3.38
34 3.30
50 3.25
97 2.76
92 2.65
49 2,75
20 3.21
27 3.46
25 3.48
33 3.51
22 3.49
8 3.57
15 3.56
15 3.58
14 3.53
10 3.62
4 3.59
8 3.67
8 3.60
3 3.63


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8$2.86
9 3.52
12 4.14
24 4.09
35 3.40
49 2.95
41 3.27
38 3.81
42 3.78


55
73
78
77
71
69
69
62
76
59
71
87
84
88
116
91
85
63
64
60
40
24
28
27
13


-


3.68
3.17
2.72
2.83
2.79
2.86
2.94
2.98
3.13
3.47
4.00
3.94
3.85
3.80
3.45
3.39
3.89
4.12
4.12
4.12
4.18
4.15
4.12
4.10
4.16


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6 $4,52
17 3.46
19 2.77
11 3.51
15 3.34
12 3.83
19 2.90
24 2.63
16 3.12
28 3.28
31 3.08
28 2.78
35 2.87
11 3.11
7 3.05
14 3.59
18 3.54
26 2.58
31 2.43
23 2.55
16 3.55
16 4.05
8 3.98
5 3.95
4 .4.33
5 4.36
2 4.29
5 4.36
1 4.40
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31 3.05
47 2.12
29 1.96
7 2.71
124 2.64
15 2.69
30 2.60
20 2.03
13 2.38
5 2.78
7 2.45
11 2.55
26 2.30
11 1.93
14 2.52
12 2.60
15 2.33
12 2.17
9 2.33
6 2.64
8 3.13
11 3.32
18 3.32
25 2.82
37 2.76
22 2.56
17 3.02
13 3.24
16 3.20
23 3.34
18 3.33
10 3.61
8 3.46
6 3.50
4 3.71
2 3.53
7 3.59
3 3.55
1 3.55
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2 $2.23


3 2.95
3 2.58
9 2.71
6 3.30
7 3.48
3 3.29
10 3.19
16 2.88
20 2.87
18 2.87
22 2.73
19 2.66
19 2.61
14 3.09
10 3.48
11 3.88
16 4.01
26 3.51
12 3.67
18 3.36
15 3.48
23 3.56
12 3.88
10 4.10
12 4.14
7 4.20
5 4.19
14 4.20
7 4.20
2 4.21
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3$3.98
14 3.42
18 2.79
4 3.04
12 3.61
15 3.45
12 3.47
19 2.86
12 2.78
20 3.07
16 3.06
18 2.96
14 3.00
5 3.31
3 3.57
11 3.48
14 3.02
22 2.64.
18 2.45
10 3.17
11 3.74
10 4.10
1 4.30
1 4.40

1 4.30
1 4.15
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TOTAL 1,523 2.77 1,888 3.51 453 3.14 596 2.72 .371 3.36 286 3.14
Total Sales, Florida, all varieties, con- Total Sales, Fla., all varieties, contain-
tainers & sections- 3,411 cars Avg. $3.18 ers & sections- 967 oars'Avg. $2.97
Made available
thru the cooperation of the Florida Citrus Exchange & the Federal-State Market News Service


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EIchaED AVERAGE AUCTION F1~CES mBAPEt~F IT (AL VARIETIES)
1942-43 SEASON

B O ST 0 N PIITTSBURGH

FIORIDAf TErAgS FLORIDA TaEAS
Stds.& Std. Indiniver tds.&Std. S & Std. Indian River & Sti.
Wire-bounds ire-bounds Wire-bounds ire-iovus
Week Combined Std. Boxes Conbined Combined Std, Boxes Combined
Ending Cars Avg. Cars Avg Cars Avg. CasI Avg. CasAvg. Cars g.


Oct. 9
16
23
30
Nov. 6
13
20
27
Dec. 4
11
18
25
1943
Jan. 1
8
15
22
29
Feb. 5
12
19
26
Max. 5
12
19
26
Apr. 2
9
16
23
30
May 7
14
21
28
June 4
11
18
25
July 2
9
16
23
30


$3.76
2.36
2.19
2.94
3.07
2.84
2.98
2.16
2,36
2.71

2.76
1.85
2.75
2.10
2.48
2.36
2.04
2.42

3.62
2.77
2.08

2.32
3.61
3.52
3.43
3.42
3.62



3.74
3.72
3.72


$3.75
2.92
2.77
2.92
3.19
3.01
3.43
3.18
2.74
2.63
3.04
3.11
3.18
2.56
3.20
3.78
4.23
3.99
3.86
3.48
3.06
3.35
4.09
4.34
4.31
4.24
4.36
4.36
4.18
4.37
4.39
4.39
4.33


$3.38
.3.19

3.96
2.77
i.62
3.21

3.05
2.86
-



2.83
1.88

1.91


-


$3.36
2.27
1.90
-
2.48
2.32
2.39
2.32


2.67
2.80
2.85
2.76
2.42
2.53
2.12
2.00
2.89
3.00
3.35
3.39
2.89
3.02
2.98
3.40
3.19
3.59
3.77
3.62
3.57
3.91
3.68
3.62
3.65
3.69
3.68
3.71


$3.74
3.23
2.94
3.14
3.20
3.29
3.14
2.73
2.52
3.02
3.14
3.04
3.13
3.23

3.16
2.34
2.39
2.10
2.95
3.19
3.69
3.63
3.56
4.09
3.11
4.06
3.42



w


w


m

m

3.
-
-
-
-
-
-
w





3..6


TOTAL 146 2.69 341 3.43 16 2.90 140 2.89 2 3.34 139 2.95
Total Sales, Florida, all varieties, con- Total Sales, Fla., all varieties, contain
tainers & sections- 487 cars Avg. $3.21 ers & sections- 142 cars Avg. $2.90

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




At


66

EIGTED AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES ~APF UIT (A4 VARIETIES)
194~243 EAO


1942

Oct. 9
16
33
30
Nov. 6
13
20
27
Dec. 4
11
18
25

93 31
8
15
22
29
Feb. 5
12
19
26
Mar. 5
12
19
26
Apr. 2
9
16
23
30
May 7
14
21
28
June 4
11
18
25
July 2
9
16
23
30


$3.81
2.12
1.73
2.36










3.20
2.58
1.73
1.91

3.10

3.36
2.92
2.46
2.91
3.37
3.35
3.02
3.48
3.45

3.79
3.66
3.97
3.67
3.72
3.69
3.69
-
-


$3.96
3.57
2.45
3.02
2.91
2.65
2.42
2.48
2,57
2.97
2.85

2.88
2.80
3.21
3.34
3.05
2.66
2.25
2.59
2.75
3.10
3.69

2.88
3.55
3.15
3.44
3.28
-


(-
-


-
-
-


5 $3.10
8 2.46
6 2.08
1 2.66


- .9
1 1.91


2.66
2.99
2.80
2.46
2.87

2.96
2.56
3.35
2.92
.2.95
2.65
2.98
3.00
3.28
3.38
3.21
3.76
3.81
3.76
3.67
3.75
3.74
3.70
3.69


.


$4.20
2.99
2.60
2.55

S2.72
2.46
,2.19
*2.59
.2.9
2.63

2.52
2.76
3.00
2.86
,2.83
2.50
! 2.46
12.59
!2.91
,3.12
;3.60
3.38
13.26
3.23
3.,34
3.01
13.58

3.13

-



-


-
















$4.50
4.45
4.48
4.50


2 3.41 275 2.86


106 3.07


8 4A47 613 a22


Week


-



$2.37
-
-








-
I
a

-


N


-
4.45
-
-
-
-
-
-
-


TOTAL


94 2.89


Total Sales, Florida, all varieties, con- Total Sales, Fla., all varieties, ontain-
tainers & sections- 96 cars Avg. $2.90 jers & sections- 114 cars Avg. $317

Made available
hbru the cooperation of the Florida Citrus Exchange & the Federal-State Maxket News Service






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wGacMI AUvaAGE AUCTION ERICas GRAPERUIT (AnL VARIETIES)
1942-43 FJASON


ST. LOUIS CINCINNATI

elRo4a mAS nnoIDA EAS. m _
Sds.&Sti. gdia ge Stds.& Std. Stds.&Std.. Indian River Stds.& Std.
ire-bounds Wie-bounds Wier-bonds ire-boas
Week Ccmbined Std. Boxes Cadbined Combined Std. Boxes Combined
Ending CarslAvg. CarsjAvg. Cars Avg. CarsjAvg. CarslAvg. CarsAvg.


Oct. 9
16
23
30
Nov. 6
13
20
27
Dec. 4
11
18
25

8
15
22
329
Feb. 5
12
19
26
Mar. 5
12
19
26
Apr. 2
9
16
23
30
May 7
14
21
28
June 4
11
18
25
July 2
9
16
23
30


-


$2.08
1.92
-








2.44





3.04

2.28
-

















2.46

2.73
3.00
3.63
3.45
3.55


3.52
3.54
M


$3.44
2.67
2.44
2.22
2.23
2.23
2.06
1.94
1.93
2.54
2.25
2.16
2.28
2.56
2.45
2.27
1.97
1.84
1.87
2.55
2.83
2.99
3.46
2.68
2.91
2.83
2.77
3.20
3.04
3.10

-
l


$4.87
3.36
1.84
2.01
2.16

2.71

1.95
2.22
.S
2.36


3.09
2.52
2.43
1.79
1.81
1.94
2.50
2.65
3.34
3.11
2.84
2.45
2.83
2.84
3.12
3.27
3.35
3.40
3.77
3.44
3.31
3.45
3.75
3.49
3.53
3.51


$4.39
3.03
2.74
2.80
2.86
2.86
2.59
2.41
2.40
2.62
2.51

2.62
2.81
3.14
2.94
2.62
2.49
2.65
2.95
3.00
3.17
3.50

3.10
2.80
2.89
3.11


*-


-
$
I

I
-






N
1.


I
-

,
-
-


TOTAL 19 2.96 26 2.34 200 .2.67 1 3.44 346 2.77
Total Sales, Florida, all varieties, con- Total Sales, Fla., all varieties, contan
trainers & sections- 19 cars Avg. $2.96 ers & sections- 201 cars Avg. $2.67

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


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WEIEID AVERAGEE .ACTION PRICES GRAPFEmUIT (AiU VARIETIES)
1942.43 SASON

DETROIT 1 BALT MORE

floRIDA EIas rEjoIDA lrAs
Stds. & Std. Indian River Sts.& St. Stas & Std. nBiver Stds.& Std.
Wire-bounds I ire-bounds Wixe-bounSs Wire-bomds
Week Combined Std. Boxes Cambined. Combined Std. Boxes Combined
Ending Cars Avg. Cars Avg. Carslvg sCa.s ICAvg. Cars'Av CarslAvg.


1942

Oct. 9
16
23
30
Nov. 6
13
20
D 3
27
Dec. 4
11
18
25

8
15
22
29
Feb. 5
12
19
26
Mar. 5
12
19
26
Apr. 2
9
16
23
30
May 7
14
21
28
June 4
11
18
25
July 2
9
16
23
30


7
14
7





4





7
1
1

1


4

3


2
2



1
4.






3

2
i"


$3.54
2.31
1.99










3.00
2.49
2.51
1.48

2.90

3.17
3.04
2.44
3.28
3.35
3.46

3.73
3.S1
3.66
3.80
3.82
3.65
3.69
3.69


$4.08
3.08
2.66
3.06
3.21
2.75
2.98
2.58
2.70
2.51
2,42

2.99
2.98
3.11
3.08
2.83
2.49
2.36
2.68
3.03
3.20
3.74
3.70
3.43
3.42
3.04
3.21
3.32
3.78
-

-
I

-


$2.64
2.25
1.66

2.70
2.10

2.58
2.45
2.75
2.25

2.28
2.27
2.35
2.40
2.34

2.60
2.45

3.28
2.28
2.45

3.09
3.23
3.37
3.50
3.38
3.42
3.45
3.38
3.45
3.45


-
-
$3.00
3.05









3.30

3.45
3.90
3.40
2.93






-
-


$2.75




3.53
-

-
-
-
-
-

$275

2.5

-


TOTAL 85 3.00 305 2.86 76 2.69 6 2.91 9 3.22

Total Sales, Florida, all varieties, con- Total Sales, Fla., all varieties, contain-
tainers & sections- 85 cars Avg. $3.00 ers & sections 82 cars Avg. $2.71

Made available
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1 45
4 S 1:399

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WEI~ED AVRAGE AUCTION PRICES FIRIDn TAN=GERC ES


EW YE ORK CITY HILADELHIA BOS3DN PITTSBUJRH CIMBELSAD
Week
Ending Car s Avg. Cars Avg. Cars Avg. Avg. Cars Avg.




Nov. 6 -
13 2 $2.34 -
20 8 3.40 2 $3.34 -
27 32 3.30 9 3.36 1 $3.15 2 $3.13
Dec. 4 72 2.32 19 2.54 4 2.64 1 $3.05 2 3.06
11 88 2.28 33 2.22 6 2.30 10 2.46 16 2.58
18 73 2.80 24 2.89 3 2.23 7 2.77 11 3.29
25 73 3.10 36 2.85 2 3.74 1 3.60 10 3.18
,f3a. 119 1.81 59 1.40 16 2.09 17 1.64 25 1.65
8 189 1.00 65 1.03 37 1.02 16 1.27 32 .91
15 128 1.02 55 1.21 20 1.23 7 .94 13 1.18
22 54 1.81 38 1.77 8 1.76 4 1.74 13 1.55
29 80 1.81 39 1.93 5 2.17 8 1.96 5 2.02
Feb. 5 111 1.66 59 1.48 13 1.99 9 1.77 15 2.11
12 119 1.59 41 1.72 10 1.56 10 1.95 20 1.32
19 119 1.33 53 1.55 9 1.26 10 1.60 7 1.71
26 67 1.88 41 2.00 5 1.50 5 1.80 8 2.06
Mar. 5 32 2.32 29 2.35 2 2.42 2 2.25 3 2.39
12 47 2.37 27 2.40 2 2.29 4 3.19
19 36 2.02 20 2.20 1 2.48 2 2.50
26 20 1.88 9 1.91 -
Apr. 2 8 2.16 8 2.40 -
9 4 2.35 3 2.47 -
16 2 2.37 -
23 1 .35 -
30 1 2.46 -
Mayr 7 a
14 1 2.40 -
21 ...
S1,485 1.82 670 1.84 13 1.62 108 1,81 188 1.86
TOTAL 1,485 1.82 670 1.84 143 1.62 108 1.81 188 1.86


Quotations on basis of 4/5 bushel box


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






El :'


WEIGHED AVCRAE AUCTION PRICES FLOBIDA TANGERIES


CHICAGO ST. LOUIS CINCINNATI DETROIT BALTIMDRE
Week
Ending Cars Avg. Cars Avg. Cars Avg. Cars Avg. Cars Avg.




Nov. 6 -
13 -
03 1 $2.31 $3.18 -
27 7 2.61 7 2.75 -
Dec. 4 6 2.96 4 $2.62 4 2.66 1 $2.78 1 $2.15
11 16 2.50 7 2.41 14 2.09 10 2.57 5 2.25
18 15 3.00 4 2.69 8 2.78 4 2.21 1 2.90
25 7 3.08 3 3.33 10 2.85 4 3.10 2 2.73
F.1 30 1.72 10 1.68 24 1.59 18 1.75 9 1.55
8 55 1.08 17 1.25 16 1.22 18 1.16 9 .89
15 28 1.30 13 1.16 16 1.11 15 1.25 5 1.72
22 19 1.77 7 1.46 13 1.63 9 1.90 4 1.06
29 13 2.18 1 2.14 18 1.80 5 2.32 2 1.67
Feb. 5 29 1.85 16 1.51 19 1.61 18 1.68 6 1.67
12 30 1.50 7 1.24 18 1.29 18 1.29 3 1.55
19 14 1.66 7 1.52 10 1.62 13 1.51 7 1.10
26 14 2.20 2 1.65 7 1.99 9 2.11 2 1.30
Ma. 5 9 2.29 2 2.35 6 2.34 -
12 4 2.51 4 2.39 2 2.53
19 3 1.72 2 2.40 1 2.36
26 2 1.43 -
Apr. 2 1 2.30 1 2.36 1 2.53 -
9
16 -
23
30 -
May 7 .
14 -
21 -


TOTAL 303 1.81 101 1.i6 193 1.80 151 1.74 57 1.53



Quotations on basis of 4/5 bushel box





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


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* I "I I ,,







72 -

WEIGHTED AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES FLORIDA TANGERIIES
1942-43 SEAS~N


TOTAL AlL CITIES
Week
Ending Cars Average




November 6-
13 2 $2.34
0 14 !3.27
27 58 3.15
December 4 114 i2.45
11 205 $2.32
18 150 $2.84
25 148 i3.04
1943
January 1 327 !1.69
8 454 1.04
15 300 i1.13
22 169 1 .73
29 176 i1.90
February 5 295 i1.67
12 276 1.54
19 249 i1.43
26 160 i1.94
March 5 85 ;2.33
12 90 i2.42
19 65 2.10
26 31 !1.86
April 2 19 !2.30
9 7 2.40
16 2 $2.37
23 1 S2.35
30 1 U2.46
May 7 -
14 1 $2.40
21


TOTAL 3,399 $1.80


Quotations on


basis of


4/5 bushel box


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






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FLORIDA AUCTION SALES. 1931f/2-1942/43
Made available
thru the cooperation of the Florida Citrus Exchange & the Federal-State Market News Service


0RAN ES

EASON N. Y. FMI. BOST. PI=T.CBE CHIC, ILI.L. CINCI. DEIR. BALT. IOMM


Cars
1942-43 Average
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


6774
$3.86
9053
$2.86
10089
$2.37
8758
$2.43
12440
$2.10
10228
$2.26
9112
$3.23
7503
$3.02
8243
$2.61
7613
$2.75
9238
$2.43
6517
$3.40


2330
$3.70
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


851
$3.82
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


439 483 939
$3.72 $3.85 $3.77


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


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


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


G51APE3FRU I T

H. Y. EHIL. BOST- PITTS. CLV.CHIC. TL ZPC. EB.1LI 0"


Cars
1942-43 Average
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


359
$3.70
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


277
$3.56
312
$2.77
261
$2.22
173
$2.23
396
$1.94
302
$1.98
282
$2.98
240
$2.82
258
$2.44
142
$2.88

i,


742
$3.55
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


412
$3.87
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


13606
$3.79
17133
$2.83
18971
$2.35
16836
$2.35
25224
$2.09
20686
$2.24
17932
$3.21
14780
$3.00
15890
$2.56
14786
$2.70
16271
$2.44
12511
$3.30


3411
$3.18
4519
$2.54
5035
$1.96
4765
$2.21
6389
$1.75
4881
$2.20
5376
$2.24
3928
$2.67
4893
$2.04


967
$2.97
1166
$2.36
1334
$1.75
1153
$1.92
1429
$1.57
1244
$2.06
1650
$2.06
1072
$2.38
1326
$1.81


487
$3.21
712
$2.55
805
$1.93
633
$2.10
1020
$1.73
814
$2.13
956
$2.22
972
$2.49
898
$1.93


142
$2.90
125
$2.33
249
$1.76
181
$1.92
329
$1.68
190
$2.05
274
$2.14
262
$2.40
389
$1.94


96
$2.90
136
$2.61
256
$1.92
141
$2.11
384
$1.77
313
$2.11
415
$2.29
396
$2.54
403
$2.09


114
$3.17
208
$2.83
313
$2.00
182
$2.29
363
$1.95
353
$2.28
494
$2.58
395
$2.68
721
$2.19


19
$2.96
51
$2.73
109
$1.77
62
$2.10
118
$1.85
72
$2.16
151
$2.53
132
$2.40
200
$2.05


201
$2.67
222
$2.33
416
$1.74
241
$1.98
432
$1.66
342
$2.09
423
$2.24
340
$2.32
444
$1.92


85
$3.00
98
$2.64
215
$1.91
140
$2.06
277
$1.80
219
$2.21
307
$2.41
251
$2.62
350
$2.10


82
$2.71
88
$2.60
91
$1.61
85
$1.73
185
$1.46
127
$1.88
151
$2.12
117
$2.28
135
$1.86


5604
$3.11
7325
$2.52
8823
$1.91
7583
$2.13
10926
$1.72
8555
$2.16
10197
$2.23
7765
$2.57
9759
$2.00






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LORIDA AUCTION SALES. 1931/32-1942/43
Made available
thru the cooperation of the Florida Citrus Exchange & the Federal-State Market News Service


capEaUIT (o0TIMr!J)D

SEASON N. Y. PHIL.31 BOSI. 33. CLEVE. CHIC. SLU.J CDTCI. 3 EIR. BALT. TOTAL

Cars 3948 1129 696 310 388 684 221 370 298 41 8085
1933-34 Average $2.41 $2.25 $2.40 $2.38 $2.39 $2.55 $2.37 $2.29 $2.51 $2.42 $2.39
Cars 5138 1266 892 429 433 738 228 409 330 9863
1932-33 Average $2.05 $1.95 $2.06 $2.02 $2.21 $2,29 $1.96 $2.01 $2.31 $2.06
Cars 4680 1254 935 505 510 805 207 354 328 9578
1931-32 Average $2.49 $2.34 $2.50 $2.38 $2.49 $2.59 $2.41 $2.31 $2.54 $2.47



TAN GER I E S

SEAsoN N E B ST. PITTS. CEE. CHIC. ST. L. C DTR. BALT TAL
Cars 1485 670 143 108 188 303. 101 193 151 57 3399
1942-43 Average $1.82 $1.84 $1.62 $1.81 $1.86 $1.81 $1.66 $1.80 $1.74 $1.53 $1.80
Cars 1152 359 78 39 106 135 38 105 48 25 2085
1941-42 Average $1.86 $1.75 $1.75 $1.65 $1.82 $1.86 $1.52 $1.58 $1.76 $1.50 $1.79
Cars 1425 454 109 77 154 195 59 149 82 13 2717
1940-41 Average $1.23 $1.16 $1.19 $1.07 $1.20 $1.22 $1.09 $1.12 $1.14 $1.06 $1.19
Cars 1192 345 66 65 104 142 48 115 57 9 2143
1939-40 Average $1.37 $1.34 $1.41 $1.37 $1.47 $1.45 $1.31 $1.27 $1.34 $1.33 $1.37
Cars 1851 551 172 152 189 257 107 203 148 33 3663
1938-39 Average $1.07 .92 .93 .95 .98 .97 .86 .91 .96 .79 $1.00
Cars 1311 382 149 95 117 149 74 125 88 23 2513
1937-38 Average $1.26 $1.21 $1.20 $1.28 $1.30 $1.25 $1.10 $1.18 $1.23 $1.08 $1.24
Cars 1557 572 196 210 193 306 103 138 116 33 3424
1936-37 Average $1.12 $1.03 $1.05 $1.19 $1.09 $1.14 $1.10 $1.08 $1.16 .96 $1.10
Cars 1124 365 157 139 116 217 54 113 87 26 2398
1935-36 Average $1.35 $1.32 $1.30 $1.40 $1.42 $1.36 $1.32 $1.34 $1.41 $1.23 $1.35
Cars 1071 356 132 136 71 155 66 108 71 31 2197
1934-35 Average $1.18 $1.10 $1.12 $1.25 $1.27 $1.25 $1.26 $1.20 $1.28 $1.22 $1.18
Cars 1134 433 144 142 114 179 67 96 71 1 23381
1933.34 Average $1.21 $1.15 $1.17 $1.25 $1.24 $1.21 $1.21 $1.15 $1.22 $1.48 $1.20
Cars 1308 375 157 95 108 180 58 102 73 2456
1932-33 Average $1.28 $1.20 $1.28 $1.23 $1.21 $1.22 $1.14 $1.09 $1.22 $1.24
Cars 1190 396 203 175 116 161 65 88 60 2454
1931-32 Average $1.54 $1.44 $1.49 $1.39 $1.41 $1.52 $1.32 $1.41 $1.53 $1.49

Tangerine averages on 1/2 box basis


Note- Baltimore, converted into auction market about the middle of the
1933-34 season.







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CITRUS SIZE ANALYSIS SEPT. 1942 TRU JUNE 1943, IT STANDARD BOX EQUIVALENTS
Assembled from monthly reports released by the Citrus Inspection Bureau, Winter Haven, Fla.

Size SEPT. OCT. V DE JA FEBI. 1 AIR. MA' JUNE


t OBRANCS (Early)
96-100s 557 3178 2657 270 8 -
112s 53 93 -
126s 1679 15557 21880 2796 323 309
S 150s 6078 73372 84137 8389 1250 954 6 -
176s 13 21689 210418 189638 15716 3224 1904 17 -
200s 75 32178 230534 191262 14509 3328 2438 21 -
216s 179 96434 622399 376626 26113 7376 3738 70 -
250s 265 124331 654071 311234 20654 7835 3675 36 -
288s 125 112549 526841 196953 14370 7005 2772 23 -
324-360s 32243 6154 6944 1075 1079 1400 12 -
Total 657 427738 2342577 1381424 103892 31421 17198 185-
all sizes

ORANGE (Mid-season)
96-100s 35 3028 3703 576 4180 291
112s 6 40 50 247 54 -
126s 754 45601 88455 93527 58312 6111 15 -
150s 4445 162732 289831 303174 152174 12762 27 -
176s 10467 353640 540833 555771 238542 19885 44
200s 10720 319378 442619 448695 204117 15433 38 -
216s 26770 632936 762690 744838 305788 23635 52 -
250s 25054 498731 530863 532848 229891 17202 31 -
288s 18317 282830 296263 302348 137043 8915 17 -
324-360s. 24 6531 3882 3875 36196 3869 4 -
Total 96586 2305413 2958989 2985802 1366490 108158 228 -
----------------------------------------
all sizes

O GES (Late)
96-100s 15 100 19134 4971 2822 22727
112s 485 128 48
126s 30 12141 226254 303697 269424 214805
150s 28 37953 538918 734910 553886 350995
176s 15 29 66923 799756 1039499 741776 407827
200s 2 55 50582 602861 743994 502026 253232
216s 2 33 89103 804375 908284 622875 281171
250s 2 54429 473903 533598 367151 160423
288s 27544 211552 213289 144722 50889
324-360s 103 43230 54394 38123 19549
Total 94 117 338878 3720468 4536764 3240853 1771618
all sizes

O (AN-ES (Temple)
48s 269 694 868 72 -
60s 43 5268 11163 8533 67.9 12 43
76s 459 25427 46014 33429 1728 72 84
S90s 1212 33402 49178 31750 2243 162 87
106s 1347 32215 51668 43557 3267 255 86
120s 879 15083 24660 17473 1646 324 46
144s 348 5141 10003 8158 804 278 22
168s 19 886 2326 2440 241 182 -
Smaller 1 28 355 .. 305 32 43
Total 4308 117719 196061 146513 10712 1328 368
all size - ____







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CIMRUS SIZE ANALYSIS SEPT. 1942 THRU JUE 1943. IN Sl_~EAAD BOX EQUIy.VETS
Assembled from monthly .reports released by the Citrus Inspection Bureau, Winter Haven, Fla.
(Cont iue....
Size SEPT. OCT. NOV. DEC. JAN. I E. MR. AR. JUNE


GmPEtrw e (Seea)
36s 681 1418 2228 3908 2444 7418 1832 3542 2059
46s 2 6353 16659 25539 53484 48680 81681 18843 22753 11199
54s 3 29252 63311 82371 153607 114973 181349 58159 40880 22184
64s 1 104186 133968 115455 145334 98010 146949 46116 27141 12286
70s 1 132087 150912 107067 117647 70555 98911 31076 19411 7497
80s 1 163469 163403 94432 84960 47386 71514 23634 14779 5889
96s 37807 456 1351 935 830 1145 3211 4030 1894
110-112s 2963 11 63 23 50 45
126s 517 91 155 65 54 135 226 20 11
150so 7 -
all szes 8 477315 530229 428668 559963 382982 589147 183097 132556 63019
all sizes

~EMMRU (Seedless)
36s 4 33 135 269 880 853 4912 4457 8922 7105
46s 10 528 2097 3089 11305 13041 62568 63674 89865 42393
54s 10 3455 8167 12306 48937 50420 174130 214114 208079 79699
64s 9 10345 16195 19193 72919 77472 210143 246694 221094 70187
70s 5 16086 26256 27110 88828 89795 207784 227348 194452 54902
80s 10 48289 65728 56726 143364 131925 251024 252719 206752 55853
96s 3 66573 68669 52336 93194 86120 141839 143998 118483 30031.
110-112s 12041 21 76 78 115 11452 11546 8662 2871
126s 12032 858 179 200 85 22596 22671 17714 4471
150s 298 5 20 -
Total 51 169680 188126 171284 459735 449831 1086468 1187221 1074023 347512
al ie---------------------- ~------*- ---
all sizes





TANG-ERINS
Larger -142 247 24 11 18 -
100s 14 508 974 709 183 173 11 -
120s 1599 26796 48074 34934 8383 647 41 -
150s 14365 134704 179600 128511 29699 1565 221 -
176s 1 62565 355288 326489 45699 63925 3254 518 -
200s 18526 88137 61809 47914 17155 1817 440 .
210s 87213 353528 246107 197882 63360 3980 754
246s 37322 203451 110812 102245 42889 30.60 504
294s 274 1678 462 919 16762 1458 439
336s 19 91 5 27 933 76 3 -
Total 1 221897 1164323 974579 758864 243300 16048 2931 -
all sizes


GAEND TOTAL -
ORANGES, GRAPE- 810 1074734 3379415 5455420 5174994 E143839 7169584 6042185 4451919 2182517
FRUIT & TANGESRIE S


-- -~-- ---







77 -
CITRUS GWADE ANALYSIS SEPT 1942 ~JR JUNE 1943 IN BOXES
Assembled from monthly reports released by the Citrus Inspection Bureau, Winter Haven, Fla.


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


i S. ORANGES
1 -
1 Bri t 1029 9326 21523 15202 9995 4248 3257
s 17615 142627 148051 140046 112930 79392 75234 22212 10319
( Golden 81 20435 90153 104637 115631 100926 88869 72472 12841
1 Bronze 567 8766 52386 72506 49903 64238 111078 75314 30890
1 Russet 189 6521 15053 18354 11055 11673 19991 11570 5268
Combination 493 326389 1791053 2460419 2018248 2366757 3697466 3332180 3316031 9S3890
2 Bright -
2s 140 74165 443189 858138 777834 849252 1122159 966840 711179 681598
2 Russet 274 27 200 250 60 121376 22544 596 3342
3s 24 7319 17115 44978 33544 36439 43920 34606 32711 63779
Culls _94 110 104 280 96 140 200 323 311 -
Total 751 427738 2439163 3691145 3180717 3552162 5250669 4655819 3242409 1771986
all Grades -- -- -.... ..


GBAPEBRUII


t 457
15917 10074
en 1131 25479
ze 1005 11978
et 13
in -422277 470800
sret -
51 180686 192210
et 4904
21047 7342
8 28 2


278
6157
45452
32227
340
322893
16
180666
11905
18


335
9416
68547
74457
2781
536432

315468
12260
2


376
4977
8358
26
44296

23828
1416


!8
2 5958
2 59255 3
5 143812 121
Q 1654
0 885056 74
3800 1
4 478427 35
77924 7'
0 19715 1
- 14


6
7585
5927
6525
1039
4249
0410
5334
4139
5074
30


2979
17975
99398
404
429034
9032
534367
99953
13437


804
5547
13867
49648
1782
274491
50306
14086


Total 59 646995 718355 599952 1019698 832813 1675615 137Q318 1206579 410531
all Grades


TANGERINES


1 Fancy
1 Bright
ls
1 Golden
1 Bronze
1 Russet
Combination
mb. Russet
2 Bright
2s
2 Russet
C3s
Culls


a 14897 81648
" 38 684
- 126219 701285

- 1 78840 373229
- 1903 7450
- 27


56539 16950
795 536
655970 492582

255192 241638
6083 6934
244


244


9069

14377
204
388
36


- p.
- -


)5 2116

7 11470
15 593
39 1349
52 520


-






2875
33 -
23 -


Total 1 221897 1164323 974579 758864 243300 16048 2931 -
all Grades


GRAKD TOTAL
ALL GRADES


810 3074734 3379415 5455420 5174994 5143839 7169584 6042185 4451919 2182517


-


-----------






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CITRUS CONTAIN ANALYSIS. SEPT 1942 TMHI JUNE 1943. IN STAfiRD BOX EQUTIVA~ i TS
Assembled front monthly reports released, by the Citrus Inspection Bureau, Winter Haven, Fla.

Content SEPT. OCT. DC. JAN. FE. MAR. AER. M.Y JUNE


NAILED BOXES
1-3/5 Bu.
1-3/5 Bu. #
1 Bushel
1/2 Strap
4/5 Bu.
Satsuma Box
2/5 Bu.

'WIE-QBOURD BMXES
1-3/5 Bu. 700
1 Bushel
4/5 Bu.

BASKETS
1 Bushel
1/2 Bu .
1 Bu. (Fibred) -


4/5 Bu.

MESE BAGS
4/5 Bu. 59
20-1b. 5
12-1b. -
10-1b.
8-lb.
5-1b.

CAD-4ARD BOXES
4/5 Bu. -
Consnmer Size
2/5 Bu.


349870







712533


142
142
-
-


11376
61
12
75


474546
-

75
180645




2614895
30394


1956
32


42264
3444
1561
8603
75


622948

8446
978178
3


3347348
141422


3620
359


277646
70518
221
48564
3127


S 243
8214 22392


-. 45


- 8 14224 38113


25981 24010


46 664 12711 30340 23852 29232 34895


20723


9119 601


940600
1904
2915
35291
108267
-



4480577
118
20590


207046
378
16662


1259685
7123

18165
17575


890169
3132
1008
54440
588824
38


3237816
169
146111


52742
1307
323


105120
11142
1602
42735
10846


1314
2010
294


1040086
2861
S3107
3310
6482




4138834
839.


108610
47
. 8956


639508
4575

20024
6078


721421
6852
5349
72177
308709
200



3473700
156247


144198
4416
11452


168952
2642
107
21813
6399


9872
93


683923
1016
636
450




3209809
3


118622
871


387169
1736

11453
1131


344124


297




1676370
563


88683
143

1064
-O


3569


GRED TOTAL 810 1074734 3379415 5455420 5174994 5143839 7169584 6042185 4451919 2182517

.-Without center partition.






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UNIITD ST S: Total Orange Production by States -
Census Years 1889, 1899, 1909 & Yearly 1919-1942
Bureau of AgIicui tural 7conomics
Crop Year cI .# # I..# ABIZ.# AIA.# LA.# MISS.# & Total


1889 1,245 3,147 4,392
1899 5,882 273 11 1 -- 6,157
1909 14,440 4,888 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 SO 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 3 215 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 33,300 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 -Revised 50,695 31,300 2,650 528 1 253 -85,427
1941- 51,532 29,300 2,850 660 5 192 1 84,540
1942. / 43,662 41,400 2,800 700 340 88,902
i/ 500 boxes or less # Includes tangerines.


_2/ Estimate.


* Negligible.


F RIDA PRODUCTION SEGRGATED EARLY & MID-SEASON, VALI CIAS & TANGERINES.
Crop Year Early & Valencis Tangerines Toalio
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-Revised 16,200 12.400 2,700 31,300
1941 15, 00 12,000 2,100 29,300
1942./ 19,100 .18,100 4,200 41,400






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WITED N '1ES s Total Grapefruit Production by States -
Census Years 1889, 1899, 1909 & Yearly 1919-1942
,Biremau nf Arin-u Aal Econqmincs
Crop Year I LA. SE. CALIF. ARI IZ. Total

-l^S.'s.siB^ ]i.2,& -


1889
1899
1909
1919
1920
1921
1922
1923


Average


1924
1925
1926
1927
1928


Average


Average


Average


1939
1940-.Revised
1941 "
1942 ./


10
12
1.062


if-


1 .
1


10
31
1.186


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 14,95?

15,200 2,740 2 167 1,240 21,347
11,500 2,780 2,267 1,800 18,347
18,100 9,630 1,540 1,400 30,670
14,600 11,840 1,943 2,750 31,133
23,300 15,670 1,924 2.700 43,594
16,540 8,532 1,968 1,978 .29,018


15,900
24,600
19,200
27,300


14,400
13,650
14,500
17,800


1,975
1,983
3,144
2,574


2,900
2,650
3,450
2,550


35,175
42,883
40,294
50,224


B/ D 500 boxes or less
L/ Estimate.


FIDRIDA PRODUCTION SEGREGAD SEEDLESS ANiD OIERl
therTotal Gr zefruit
Crop Year Seedless Other Produc ion
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-Revised 8,200 16 400 24,600
1941 7,700 11,500 19,200
1942 ~/ 10,300 17,000_ 27,300


1929
1930
1931
1932
1933


1934
1935
1936
1937
1938







-.81 .

BEARING TREES FLORIDA CITRUS. BY COUNTIES. 1940-41 SASON
(Records of the State Plant Board)
From: Annual Fruit & Vegetable Report, 1942-43 Season of the Florida State Marketing Bureau.
ORANGES GRAPEFRUIT TANGERINES OTAAL
Counties.
Trees Per. Trees Per Trees Per Trees Per
Cent Cent Cent Ce[nt


Alachua
Brevard
Broward
Charlotte
Citrus
Collier
Dade
DeSoto
Dual
Flagler
Hardee
Hendry
Hernando
Highlands
Hillsborough
Indian River
Lake
Lee
Manatee
Marion
Martin
Okeechobee
Orange
Osceola
Palm Beach
Pasco
Pinellas
Polk
Putnam
Sarasota
Seminole
St. Johns
St. Lucie
Sumter
Volusia
Other Counties

Percentage by
Variety

Total Bearing
Total
All Trees
Total
Non-Bearing


63,002
749,415
166,703
61,400
56,009
14,597
188,644
437,116
29,078
18,785
574,824
40,798
101,648
589,551
1,069,137
322,484
1,567,823
210,200
294,189
592,289
65,201
21,666
2,176,529
282,649
75,541
412,259
474,547
3,640,137
.292,042
169,007
436,179
41,273
530,420
127,038
827,473
31,661

67.66B/4


.4
4.5
1.0
.4
.3
.1
1.1
2.6
.2
.1
3.4
.2
.6
3.5
6.4
1.9
9.4
1,3
1.8
3.5
.4
.1
13.0
1.7
.5
2.5
2.8
21.7
1.7
-.1
2.6
.3
3.2
.8
5.0
.2


16,751,314 100%

18,837,897

2,086,583


4,489
254.706
19,528
17,502
6,478
13,838
265,687
95,665
3.617
1.377
62,738
12,946
25,372
318,139
266,288
454,516
480,112
207,799
346,402
48,695
33,359
6,501
260,538
65,155
36,401
105,705
555,489
1,860,521
29,682
78,627
50,782
3,789
312,194
10,703
97,406
5,706

25.920/


.1
4.0
.3
.3
.1
.2
4.1
1.5
.1
.1
10.0
.2
.4
4.8
4.1
7.1
7.5
3.2
5.4
.8
.5
.1
4.1
1.0
.6
1.6
8.7
29,0
.5
1.2
.8
.1
4.7
.2
1.5
.1


6,418,452 100&o

6,698,019

279,567


6,096
32,078
5,657
5,733
4,688
287
27,796
34,072
.1.393
5,261
44,826
1.074
56,282
55,770
83,226
35,066
132,600
7,759
8,436
27,671
3,070
1,843
207,103
39,649
7,358
39,862
44,269
371,240
43,051
2,175
55,980
1,531
61,174
5,070
130,575
2,769

6.43/


.4
2.0
.4
.4
.3
.1
1.7
2.2
.1
.3
2.8
.1
3.5
3.5
5.2
2.2
8.3
.5
.5
1.7
.2
.1
13.0
2.5
.5
2.5
2.8
23,3
2.7
.1
3.5
.1
3.8
.3
8.2
.2


1,592,490 100%

1,592,490


Note- Trees include all wherever found & not just "canmercial" groves.
It may be noted that tangerine figures do not show separately bearing & non-baring
trees. It is assumed that there arc few tangerine trees not boating as there has been little
incentive for increasing the acreage, due to low returns for past several years. Approxi-
mately 11 per cent of the orange trees and 4 per cent of the grapefruit trees wore not bear-
ig in 1940. This shows the porferenco for now plantings has run strongly to oranges, but
not very heavy for either. Some of those trees have come into bearing since this survey.
Satsumn plantings are not included with orange figures. Satsumas accounted for
88,680 trees and limes 755,254 trees. Lemons, rough lemons, kumouats and other miscellaneous
citrus amounted to 742,029 troos bearing and non-bearing.
It should be noted that percentage of trees bearing is not necessarily an accurate meas-
ure of the production by counties. Same counties have heavier yield per tree than do others.


73,587
1,036,199
191,888
84,635
67,175
28.732
482,127
566.853
34,088
25,423
682,388
54,818
183,302
963,460
1,418,651
812,066
2,180,535
425,758
649,027
668,655
101,630
30,010
2,644,170
387,453
119,300
557,826
1,074,305
5,871,898
36-,775
249,809
542,941
46,593
903,788
142,811
1,055,454
40,136

1000

24,762,256

27,128,406

2,366,150


.3
4.2
.8
.3
.3
.1
1.9
2.3
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2.8
.2
.7
3.9
5.7
3.3
8.8
1.7
2.6
2.7
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10.7
1.6
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4.3
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CERTIFIED LIMB SBMEHTS FOR FISCAL YEaR JULY 1. 1942 JUNE 30. 1943
Persian (Tahiti or Beaxss). Figures represent equivalent Standard Boxes (1-3/5 Bushel).
romz Annual Fruit & Vegetable Pezort. 1942-43 Season of the Florida State 3Maketin Bureau.
Brevaid d gh. Hills- Pinallas Polk
Date lands borough J 19443 1941-4
July '42 42 23,450 5,635 2,534 7,302 38,963 26,637
Aug. 184 20,947 2,338 47 .859 2,104 26 479 27,707
ept. 99 15,027 87 410 2,018 17,641 12,194
0. 48 6,048 57 845 6,998 13,048
Nov. 17 3,433 29 239 3 718 8,802
Dec. 7617 19 250 7 886 6,270
Jan. '43 2 5,244 1,754 16 7 016 4,711
Feb. 5,051 447 250 5,748 2,751
Mar. 1 2,713 108 731 3,553 3,956
Apr 856 23 511 1,390 1,918
May 1 11,702 81 65 11,849 12,451
June 2 19.645 4,784 4,917 29.348 24.127
lTotl '42-43 396 121,733 15,362 47 3,803 19,248 160,589
1941-42 512 112,013 10,291 1,217 3,912 16,627 144,572
Source Florida Citrus Inspection Bureau.
:ote Under an Act of 1941 Legislature (Sec. 24 of Chapter 597) it is required that Persian
(%ahiti) limes offered for sale in commercial lots or any for interstate shipments must have
a juice content of 40 per cent by volume, and applies also to limes for canning or other pro-
cessing. No such regulations govern Key limes or lemons.

M31VMET OF L IME .iEES F0 M NURSERIES TO FLORIDA G0VES. 1928-29 to 1940-41 Inclusive
LEADING VARIETIES

~L CounEI I Count ate I untv I Count t
STahiti or Persian Key
eoqd To for ae To for

1928-29 3,313 1,740 8,085 13 11 162
1929-30 2,971 1,222 8,048 21 56 429
1930-31 4,128 1,679 10,357 336 59 685
1931-32 7,350 7,163 24,541 60 32 962
1932-33 13,508 7,989 45,240 759 15 1,170
1933-34 9,778 10,176 38,930 122 11 1,446
1934-35 12,086 4,470 31,582 1,491 289 2,041
1935-36 20,776 13,831 57,970 198 16 909
1936-37 25,957 26,499 98,497 1,139 101 1,775
1937-38 21,336 14,809 63,464 558 119 1,062
1938-39 15,053 9,288 41,062 342 963 1,573
1939-40 9,603 5,066 22,692 261 1,296 2,029
1940-41 .16..746 1.184 21. 755 827- 431 1.592
Toeasin3 162,605 105,116 472,223 6,127 3,399 15,835
seasons
Percentage 34.4 22.3 100.0/ 38.7 21.5 100.0/
Season Lakeland STATE TOTAL ALL LIMES
S I. Lake Co. I Polk Co. PinellasI tl S Persiani K ey Lelad Tot State
1928-29 8,085 162 8,247
1929-30 8,048 429 8,477
1930-31 10,357 685 11,042
1931-3 24,541 962 25,503
1932-33 45,240 1,170 46,410
1933-34 38,930 1,446 40,376
1934-35 31,582 2,041 33,623
1935-36 1,918 2,251 57,970 909 2,251 61,130
1936-37 4,748 7,876 3,417 22,714 98,497 1,775 22,714 122,986
1937-38 8,424 1,041 1,135 15,427 63,464 1,062 15,437 79,953
1938-39 287 94 883 4,488 41,062 1,573 4,488 47,123
1939-40 12 194 245 1,435 22,692 2,029 1,435 26,15s
1940-41 8 13 582 21.755 1.59 58 23.929
Total 13 13,477 11,151 5,812 46,897 472,223 15,835 46,897 534,955
seasons 28.7 .8 12 88.9 8.8 1
2er al 28.7 23.8 12.4 100.0%o 88.3 2.9 8.8 100.0o




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