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Group Title: Market news service on fruits and vegetables
Title: Marketing Florida citrus
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Title: Marketing Florida citrus
Series Title: Market news service on fruits and vegetables
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 27 cm.
Language: English
Creator: United States -- Dept. of Agriculture. -- Production and Marketing Administration
United States -- Agricultural Marketing Service
United States -- Consumer and Marketing Service
Florida -- Marketing Bureau Section
Florida -- Marketing Bureau
Federal-State Market News Service
United States -- Bureau of Agricultural Economics
United States -- War Food Administration
Florida -- Dept. of Agriculture. -- Division of Marketing
Publisher: The Service
Place of Publication: Washington D.C
Publication Date: 1943-1944
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Subject: Farm produce -- Marketing -- Periodicals -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Citrus fruit industry -- Statistics -- Periodicals -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Citrus fruits -- Marketing -- Periodicals   ( lcsh )
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Statement of Responsibility: Market News Service, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Bureau of Agricultural Economics, Division of Fruits and Vegetables and the Florida State Marketing Bureau.
Issuing Body: Issued by: U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, War Food Administration, 1942-1944; by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Production and Marketing Administration, 1944-1953; by U.S. Dept of Agriculture, Agricultural Marketing Service, 1938-1942/1953-1964; by Federal-State Market News, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Consumer and Marketing Service, Florida Dept. of Agriculture, Division of Marketing, Marketing Bureau, 1964-
General Note: Place of publication varies : Lakeland, Fla. 1937-
General Note: Description based on: 1925/26; title from cover.
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WAR M= AMhNsTISATION
Office of lslribaubion
Mpd the
FLORIDA SSAE MAMWITING BUilJ
Cooperating


WRIIS, iM* SERviE ON MUITS AND VEGEMABIES


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Tbae l WINtim oozntai-ed herewith has
bem compiled f: t1ho daj1g o1.twus bulletins
issue a ilakol, 'Xorta f't kOm Various rTo
prts rel 4 by', tht QM6I of. Mstvibibuition;
W -B P~ureau. of, 04- SCOM6n th0 Bures=
Of Jo~brelp ez 1-b"Ot o clcwao the 12.orida-
Citruas Rimben *0?Aori 'Stat D~epertmnt of
gfLoria citrus Qcrmissioa an&.

Sh Urm- tE loa.s #*4 other similar 4a"tm
for *01943-44seawno~ r* v~ibeot to rewixsio
on macoumt of late amd corrected reports Idiich
are not yet available. AgaiA, as in previous
saeaons, every 6ort boom MkdO to inclfide
in ths eaal citrus mu y dat.date. hich ll '1be
of *8t value to the dustrWr. Ve hoe emlmyor-
ed to Simlued basic statistics smitable o to o-
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TABLE 0' QCONENTS


Page
Number
General Comments . . . . . . . . . .

Carlot Shipments by Weeks -
Rail Oranges & angerines . . . . . .1
Grapefruit . . . . . . . 2
Rail and Express Mixed Citrus . . . . . . . 3

Segregation, Florida Citrus Shipments, by 1al, Boat & Truck .. ... .. 4

Total Shipments Florida Citrus, 1943-44 and 1942-43 Seasons . . ... 5

Mixed Car Analysis, Florida Bail Shipments ..... ... . ; 6

Florida Citrus Used by Canners, 1943-44 GeaSon ... . . .. 7

Florida Production, Canned Citrus ............ .. . . . . 8

Revised Estimates of Production & Utilization, 1934 35 $to 1943-44 . . . . 9

Production & Utilization Fl. Oranges 1934-35 to 1943-44 Inclusive . 10
" Calif. 11
Tae.-Afz.-La.0rgo" ". 12
Fla. Greg fruit ". 13
it Tex.-ArSz. Gfruit 14
"t Calif. Grapefruit "t 15
I" t Calil. ;mons & Fla. Limes 16

Carlot Unloads in 22 Cities July 1943 through July 1944 -
.Oranges, Grapefruit, Tangerines & Mixed Citrus .. .. . .. . 17 24

Truck BeceiptSi in 13 Cities''* July 1943 through.July 1944- t
Oranges, G .pefruit and Tangerines ', ...... ... .. 25- 27
Bail Distribution of klo ida Citrus, -1943-44 Season .. . .. 28 42

eteapitulation of Citrus Distribution,'by .States;'Pagt 7 Seasons . . 43 -46

Interstate Truck Distribution, Florida Citrus 1943-44 Season . . .. 47 '49


Weighted Average Auction Prices -
Oranges -Florida and California .
Grapefruit Florida Seed and, Seedless
Florida and Texas ..
Tangerines. Florida Only .. . .
Florida Averages By Markets, Past 12 Years
Florida Citrus Size Analysis, 1943-44 Season . .
'" Grade Analysis, 1943-44 Season . .

Container 1943-44 Season .. .

Orange and Grapefruit Production, by States,. 1889-1943

Citrus Plantings in Florida . . ......

Citrus Trees Moved from Florida Nurseries . .

Certified Lime Shipments & Inspections -
Oranges, Grapefruit and Tangerinos, by Counties


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Florida Citrus Acreage and Production By Counties 1943-44 Season . .


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61 71
72 77
78 -: 80
81 82

83 84

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87 88

89 91

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WAR FOOD ADMINISTRATION
Office of Distribution
and the
LORIDA STATE MARKETING BUREAU
Cooperating




MA1ET NEWS SERVICE ON FRUITS AND VEGETABLES




M ING F=ORIDA CITRUS
StMAY OF 1943-44 SEASON

Daily market report on citrus were
issued at l eland. Florida from Oct. 18,1943
to June 24, 1944, inclusive.






Under very similar war conditions, as existed the preceding year, Florida mar-
keted another "bumper crop" of citrus during the 1943-44 season, with new records in pro-
duction, in processing and in. net returns As was anticipated, tr atUortation' difficul-
ties continued and growers and shippers faced about the same critical shortages in labor
and materials However, very close Industry cooperation with governing factors moderated
or alleviated these crucial situations. A Labor Board was appointed in November, unlimit-
ed tin was released by the Government in February, a most successful special advertising
campaign was inaugurated in May on "jumbo" size alencias, and the railroads carried on
notably throughout the season in spite of increased tonnage, additional regulations, etc.
roma a competitive stand-point, Florida also was very fortunate. Again, as in 1942-43,.
Sady Luck smiled at the most opportune times. To begin with, sumer fruit supplies gener-
S ally were light. Apples and pears were in light production and Governmentr set-aside or-
ders further curtailed civilian supplies' of other fruits. The Florida orange season open-
ed with a demand unequalled in recent years. The consumer was "orange" hungry. In Cali-
Tornia, the wind-up of the Valencia season was exceptionally light and Navels were late
stringn. -For, the four-week period ending Nov. 21st, California shipped only 1,272
strain rail cars of oranges compared.to 2,450 the previous season and 4,409 two years
ago. Citrus from the far West did not become much of a competing factor in the eastern
.seaboarid markets until late December, This development gave Florida oranges almost an
exclusivee" in the Christnas trading. Florida' s light tangerine crop was a ceiling pr po-
sition the entire season. In grapefruit, there was little competition from imports. The
Isle of Pines was delayed in ironing out Government regulations and never became much of
a factor. Mother Nature took a hand in pro-ratinig Florida grapefruit shipments during the
first part of the season, when fruit failedto meet maturity requirements readily, and
S there was no excessively heavy early movement. The Texas grapefruit season ended somewhat
earlier. Florida's peak fresh fruit shipments did not occur until Texas was practically
S.ut of the picture and thereby capitalized on a wide and strategically placed distribution.
Finally, strawberry production was light in all early producing districts and Imperial Val-
ley cantaloups had the latest season in years. Such competitive imported fruits as banan-
as, South American pears and Cuban pineapples were almost nil throughout the season.
For the first time, or since Texas, became a maJor citrus producing area, Florida's
production of oranges, grapefruit and tangerines exceeded that of all other citrus produc-
ing States combined, 'with over an eighty million box crop. Compared with California and
T exas, Florida produced approximately 50 per oent more than California and nearly 4 times
that of Texas. Two years ago, or in 1941-42, Florida's production of early and mid-season








oranges amounted to 15,200,000 boxes a year ago 19,100,000 and in 1943-44, 25,800,000.
Valencias increased from a crop of 12,000,000 boxes in 1941-42 to a production of
20 400,000 in 1943-44. Florida's grapefruit, production, seedless and other, in 1941-42,
totaled 19,200,000 boxes a year ago 27,300,000 and in 1943-44, a total of 31,000,000
boxes. For the three seasons, beginning two years ago, Florida's tangerine production
amounted to 2,100,000 4,200,000 and 3,600,000 boxes, respectively.
At the beginning, of the 1943-44 season, Florida's cannery out-put did not keep
pace with the preceding year, principally because of numerous delays in obtaining the work
able detail of the Government' s price support and subsidy programs, but gained all time
lost before. the season ended and then scme. On Jan. 1, 1944, the orange pack was only 72
per cent that of a year ago, with grapefruit about 59 per cent. By the week ending Jan.
-29th, the orange pack exceeded the previous season, but it was nearly three months later
before the grapefruit pack surpassed last year' s figures or the week ending Apr, 29th.
For the seven weeks period, beginning with the week ending Jan. 15th,. processors used
dose to one million boxes of grapefruit per week. Oranges had two peaks. The first be-
Sthe week of Feb, 26th and ended Mar. 25th, or five weeks when the pack ranged from
446,364 to 537,110 or around one-half million boxes.' The second peak was of eight weeks
duration, beginning with the week of Apr. 15th and, continuing through June 3rd. By the
end of Florida' s total 1943-44 citrus production apd' exceeded the State' s total average produc-
tion for the 5-year period (1929/30-1933/34) by over .four million boxes.
As occurred a year ago, unusual marketing conditions and prevailing restric-
tions disrupted at times the normal channels of trading, and selling methods fluctuated
during the 1943-44 season. Again, there was mbre f. o. b selling and proportionately less
fruit to the auction markets. "Uncle Sam" became the largest buyer, through Government;
set-aside orders, fresh fruit purchases for the Azmed Forces and Lend-Lease programs. With-
out exception, auction averages of all Florida, citrus were higher. Tangerines topped grae-
fruit and oranges with an average of 430 per half-box over last season or average $2.23
compared to $1.80. Interior grapefruit seed and seedless combined averaged 410 a box
more, while Indian River fruit exceeded last year's averages by- 31r. Oranges showed the
least spread with Interior fruit only 6# a box higher and Indian River 190 more than in
1942-43. However, in contrast to the year before, only 12,849 cars of Florida oranges sold
on the ten auctions compared to a season total of 13,606 a year ago notwithstanding much
heavier shipments of oranges from. the State. With tangerine prices continually at ceiling,
the proportion sold at auction was less. than.20 per cent of the amount last year or only
644 cars compared to 3,399 during 1942-43. the percentage of Indian River fruit, sold at
auction, continued to increase however, particularly for grapefruit. The cannery ceiling
price for oranges was set at 12.42.and grapefruit at $1.63. Cannery operators., however,
did not receive the Government- 'green light' until February and it was not until shortly.
after this time that cannery prices reached the $2?.00 mark or better on oranges, which .
held until April,, when sales advanced to as, .igh as $2,42 or ceiling. Grapefruit cannery
prices followed about the same trend, but reached ceiling sooner. than oranges.
Florida' s ccunined shipments of oranges grapefruit and tangerines, rail.and.
truck (with the proper proportin of 'mixed' cars) totaled over 8,000 cars more.than the:
year before. The 1943*4 season' s relatively light crop of tangerines was nearly 1,000
cars under the 1942.43' shipments, while the2grapefruit movement was around 600 cars more.
Commercial shipments of Florida grapefruit have shown little change in the last three sea-
sons, irregardless of production totals. Orange shipments from the State were approximate-
ly 8,600 cars heavier or 68,619 cars compared to last year's total of 60,021. Volume mve-
merit began earlier and continued heavier much later than a year ago.. In .past seasons,
there was only one year when Florida' s ccnbined shipments of all citrus were higher tbhas
in 1943-44 and that was the 1938-39 season$ when the average rail load was around 400 box.
es instead of the heavier load now prevailing of better than 500 boxes'per car. On ai box
basis, the 1943-44 season's shipments of fresh fruit exceeded all other years by a sub ,
stantial margin.

ORMScGE

The first car of Florida oranges was shipped during the week ending Oct. 2nd,
or about the same time as a year ago, but volume movement began much earlier than the pre-
vious season. During November, in particular, Florida's shipments were very heavy and, for
the five weeks ending Dec. 4th, Florida shipped 10,689 cars compared to 6,148 -last year.
California' s orange shipments during this five weeks period, totaled 3,091 cars compared
to 6,820 two years ago. Demand exceeded supply and all sales.were at ceiling, irrei*potive
of grade and size. "An orange was an orang e and no questions were asked. More biuers and
representatives of Northern produce houses were in the State trying ,to obtain citrus than











'boun "booes. n o, ... *'. e 'e se ga an., ok ed o .: .
m,3 belfpte in Ja. hstitory of the Industry. Af t mhis vey eUusiastic and, aa trifle.
toe. opt misti opening of sa frenzie'l buyin acs o~c ined inon instant. e a so off er. 1
teia infant ives trade) the foror sla aken Sol hksgivg bnt piclted up
Aa e I4for the Chris ts daaited Auation averages durng the las of October ana
Srovesaber were $4,00 and btter on Can bioationr ade, Interior fruit in steiandad.
wdre-bound boxes. la e.embear. atsver'gefor te Vwsame grde and.,ackp edtoarx
~ 3i F, o. b sales held at ceiling on -referred. sizes, but 3s nd s 8s were discount- .



S. ed f o 2 to e50 o per box.ua. bry oi arh, he first partel of February, a. ver
hiniiate. market slip. hed thie nd'ustxr worried. Pokst holiday ea]oiesasRe aoccuipande by
idh confusion regam qxi the Goverri. en s spgo~ ort f n nd tIe, ere w8eeays "in obtaining
, r expected ner ceiling griowaaad regulatory measures, For the week ending Feb. 5th,
autionc averages on. Interior e -tanda;d irire-bound s declined to he. seeasonsow of $77.
At: this eiae, anwrgeent reue.ad fortnre tins as adi end drastihe d pv edaIe sw ize e ..
regulations blno'an tby o a r*er-' Aadinifigttira ad ghirpegj' AM daisory
Committees The Goverrnent' s immediate a3lotment of 'nliated tin .1ogethei with -*6
ning Industry' s wholeheaoted. participad3on in the program was the turning point toward
a igysti5sfaotory season. A full dollar's edvoapbe o*currd, in.oth auction and f. qk
Fi!eo. before the end of February. Early in March, he-amr ains relieved the drought, .
*Ihd had bocme quite serious in some seotieons of/the State. heree was very inoe vo *
to move fruit fast, but unfavorable wrathber held-tie shipmieats down considerably. However,
d4urfnag the last week in March and the first two in April. the government was very heavy.- On
Apr. 7th, Florida shipped 471 straight mail carsof Ps. A strong cannery demand ur-
ing this period maint ed the fresh fruit oric a e levels than otherwise would,
9 haie been.possible. Weather in Ap a T p i, was unseasonabL y wamrn at times,,
'o ich with restricted refrigeration, increase ooztation difficulties.. Also large
sits ValeDncis wee becoming a serious problem. As e situation become steadily wors
SAdvertising *Departnat of the ;op& Citgus OcamATsien, in May heurriedly Zanletd
ail for a thousand -dollar sfa i n k1;y markets eaphasing large
.ai s adverising otea i V Mas a outss, marlets reacted amrst i-
ly, prices snappe back o ceilg at this level throu-gh the remaindn4
.'f the season. Dug this return to cali levels, there were no suc factors a,
las competition frcm other Ar fits or. a mark decline n shipmantas or.he.tter quality,
t~a even partial credit could be given for the aerovement other thea. the special adve;r'
tain-g and merchandising program.



7 os Florida' s 1943-44 grapefruit 'season opened with p vertically no aono etitioi from
.A prts. Both Florida and 'Sexas shipnnts state, later than norn rly, and -bhere was no
a-i Avely early season heavy faovinent.. ?or the week ending Oct. 16th only 149 cars of
g fraeruit were shipped aoWpared-to nearly four times the anmoun moved the year
w or 59 cars. Auction averages on nGmbination Grade Interior Seedless. in wira-
E.phi boxes, wore well above $3.00 during theearly part o the -season or until the first
in January when prices dropped slightly below the $3.00 mark, Through October ard
er, f. o. b sales wore at ceiling on all grades and si.as During.December,. less
Iolcrable sizes were discounted somewhat in f. o. b sales. einng in January, markets
were all and welk and auction averages on Interior Seedless wir_ bonds remind below
$5.60 until the third week in March. F. o. b prices were lowest the last week in January
Sj' the first of February, Begining in'Februarxy and continuing utin the latter Part of
tph, there was a slow consistent advance with top sales reaching ceiling during the week
ewn isMar. 25th. By the latter part of March, the Texas volume beganto decline and the
se eao there wound'p quite a bit earlier than the previous year. During ril, the less
enablee sizes were discounted slightly, but throughout-'Ar 'and Jtune all sizes, sld con-
'b _44ly at ceiling. As the season vanc, to proportion'of delivered ceiling s
Lhuieasede since such sales brought higher net returns than straight f. o. b ceilings gen-
irsally.



Florida tangerines sold on a "red hot" market at ceiling prices during the en-
1943.44 season, an onarta t to a year ago wheh.-deaoraliiing market conditions. neces-
ed the Government purchasing 741 oars in.a Suport Program. :.Te Trade took a sur-
-' ily large amount of tangerines in a. relatively short period and begged for more,
OJh n- 1, l1944,. l da shipped 4.045-pa.s of tangerines or early 900 more ha
d1)e corresponding date last season whe Goveraent buing ban. allowing the
.' i both the orange and grapefruit narkts weakened, ,bu tangerines held at prac
y pre-holiday levels. hie volume tangerine season only lasted through Jinuary with




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shiitts for this week ending Pekb 6th c t&^ily tone than 1/2 of Uthe ipaPvei'eontaf\y',^
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by .the Floriaa Citrus Zs chageo i ately S-4 .oxes hbevier than for th 194248
season.oa 508.5 boxes caa eed t a *fQr .1943-44 oranges 511.5,
7natgofruis 508.7' an tangeri A .
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thite eOedles; $3 ?7
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oranges end white grapefruit,. the t un as for Interior Florida.


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: Carlot bipmnents (rail and. press) by weeks oranges & teangrines, graefruit and
d citrus were takae frn tshe Weddy kampy of Carlot Shtpneasts" azd corrected by
the Washingbon Office of Distribution. .ese tabulati6ns of florida, shipmnts for the 1943-
44 and 194243 seasons include ligh' and 'heay' cars.ars. Cars loaded .a2 boxes or less heav
ees counted as liAht '.ars o ad ~a '.l these oompilations. There
were no 'light' care ring the 194 easonly 108 lig cara .of *oranges, 134 -grea -
fruit, 2 tangerines ad 36 md d citrus in the 1942.43 season. N light cars were shipped
attw the week ending Nov. 14, 1942.

ShOcgs AS ;aOHaRs cq prAIL SKa S BY MsrS #

Sn In c GAIrS. atAS ARIZ. 1AIL OWIBERS' ATTLS
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160 877 6
1 2 989 8
1951 8 801 107
1460 239 805 39
1588-. 516- 1166 282
1664 35 1811 356
798 568 778 429
818 446S 746 410
1063 617 1 479
128 41 969 89
1287 261 81 528

14660 15239 805 400
1414 91 1109 412
1303 47 1141 325
1378 16 1378 719
1711 -2 1429 103
1694 1 1575 94
1417 1 1908 83
1677 .- 2091 27
1524 -3 1984 18
1818 3 1947 3
1971 -1 1853 3
1848 2 1690 1
1608 z 1790 1
1371 1657 a
1645 2 1597 -
1723 3 1437 2
1595 1 929 -
S1359 1069
1241 1018
982 862
1003 651 -
927 499
575 330 -
319 198
198 33
52 3 -
.55 1 -
7 3
4 -
3.. .


1331 1634
1168 1487
985 1679
9982 160
977 1573
878 1460
758 1273
493 1185
470 878
296 686
149 493
357 393
861 408
1428 881
1746 1346
1391 1336
1152 932
1119 1059
1117 1213
1374 1065
816 926
974 324
991 735
1121 852
1103 1055
687 535
663 683
1212 717
1145 876
1299 876
1315 887
1174 470
910 409
1369 1095
1396 1074
1265 1072
1495 1319
1837 1316
1691 1284
1699 1391
1511 1461
1616 1455
1629 1479
1702 1400
1517 1379
1856 1554
1900 '1506
1909 1414
1817 1420
1870 1441
1892. 1421


-
-

38
5 76
105 124
S142 155
155 181
155 116
88 105
36 76
99 .85
126. 58
103 48
49 29
51 38
63 15
89 22
80 72
71 102-
72 88
47 93
63 95
73 85
83 49
66 60
85 46
79 21
38 13
56 15 .
43 19
82 2
10 -
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19 4
'23 8
36 a
42 40
39 -50
27 47
18 32
24 42
32 41
36 38
27 36
24 15
23 12
17 15
30 12
15 5
19 3
37 9
37 14
35 19
31 12
30 9
34 11
27 17
'18 31
.36 17
22 15
22 17
24 13
15 5
23 32
16 5
17 2
5 2
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IB 51371 3856 43604 16 6323 56317 2168 1926 866 590 77 34 1i C M87
I-
In,1id~esa fw ors tagrns N otsinat,14-4o 14-3sa


#No. beat: shipments, 1943-44 ao 1943-43.seatdn


-- --- ----- -


1331 1624
1168 1487
985 1679
993 2,-l30
978; 1573
879 1499
778 1367
794 1480
1183 1513
1585 1568
1943 14,7W
2610 1524
2913 1406
3376 2146
4017 2907
3521 3490
2585 2200
2458 2295
2893 3006
3123 3203
2473 2388
2688 1871
2591 2356
2536 2413
2590 2732
2488 3157
2460 2304
2733 2777
3946 3054
2940 2918
3205 2862
332 23350
2836 2130
3028 '905
2795
2953 2686
3252 3773
3456 2862
3074 2366
2955 2414
2516 3335
2635. 111
2573 1980
382 1733
1848 1577
8055 1587
1954 1909
1964 1415
18;4 1423.
1874 1441
1895 1421


* Includes a few cars tengerines.





bou,- 2-, -s
SPt? ChA1EQg aJAIO ;mt p al.SI BY WiileS
#No boat ghpdmat 1943a44 or 1943-43 season


Sept. 4
11
18
25
O0t. 2
9
16

Nov. 6
.13
20
27
Dec.. 4
11
QI.S
18
.. .25
19

15
22
29
Feb. 5
.12
19
26
Mar. 4
11
18
:29
40. 1
8 8
15
22
*29
Mayr 6
13
20
.-27
JAma 3
17

8
16
S22
29
Aug. 5
12
19


*

a 3
1 143
116 484
246 424
260 248
298 206
454 238
398 264-
342 247
212 173
202 137
200 174
143 122
224 232
350 287
374 324
271 310
280. 339
260 284
332 230
377 249
375 286
414 323
397 483-
488, 615
520 663
531 573
449 .460
489 437
525 443
588 456
688 502
573 519
454 292
412 354
378 299
281 163
223 108
135 64
79 24
35 4
48 3
17
8
4
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;4


.- .71
- 77
- 1 69
.- 47
- 38.
- 1 372
- 168 .969'
1 539 817
1 683 700
54 885 748
59 8 m 1234 782
'1 26 1221 .875
2 21 947 756
2 .26 666 671
s0 12 901 749
W 23 621 728
1 312 451 436


S 71 ..
77 -
.69 -

12 217
52 485
292 393
392 45
1 1 532 541
8 733 536
10 742 585
14 1 529 487
:13 2 399 470
7 662 594
.8 386 522
8 259 286
1I 16 415 417
13 19 692 296
27 7 690 564
22 22 676 860
20 19 632 767
8 40 610 661
13 44 580 567
15 29 706 590
22 32 687 613
20 22 572 587
22 30 388 717
291 37 492 664
31 39 492 530
22 60 450 503
27 64 266 403
25 44 275 329
47 41 247 237
. 49 36 213 264
84 30 173 227
76 35 98 134
74 88 43 124
114 180 2 38
2 14S 7
6 208 1
241 217 -
199 224 -
207 207 -
112 114
129 130 -
99 114
89 101 -
100 77 -
85 42 -
78 24 -


- 686 685
1096 630
S 1125 940
S 999 1237
969 1151
909 1031
* 959 888
- 1139 923
- 1108 962
- 1037 968
- 842 1272
- 1046 1370
S 1105 1286
S 1092 1188
812 978
S 846 879
883 785
919 827
1029 812
S 825. 748
S 676 .566
- 638 653
S 599 -506
568 435
569 384
- 427 295
365 233
S 208' 118
239 133
139 .114
103 101
105 77
85 42
78 24


36 20
41 28
134 25
30 45
37 36
31 46
34 47
41 55
24 31
31 36
35 43
-45 54
62 54
89 52
71 51
57 69
.64 64
69 71
84 53
78 60
105 62
110 81
.99 54
91 63
105 59
93 7
79 2
61: -
62 -
'23
-1 -


rt,. '13452 12178 2489 890 1i36 572 222 1406 32543 S 1L46

jti" In he interest f na.iionai & hemisphere defense, the publication of all data
relating to United States imports & exports has been discontinued.


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11
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23
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Deo. '4

18
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-
a
3 1
5 17
46 53
-107 79
180 118
197 174




579- 620
578 512
757 589
767 588
698 632
696 663
587 703
529 603
494 .561
480 587
420 519
451 615
4657 617
459 553
522 436
454 401
457, 354
435 388
370 403
398- 415
39$ 347
354 262
268 209
20 19057
165, 57?
147 56
56 3-
37 14
15. 11
9 10
5 5
-


37 96
2887
77
35 66
28 64
23 80
18 32
*16. 17
13. 289
8 14
8,8 3
18 2
10 15
4 7
4 1
.4 s
'5 11
6 15
11 8i
49 33
26 8 26
40 17.
28 30
37 35
-24 31
13 24
17 17
25 24
26 25,
20 .18
35. 18
31 ;14
26 15
11 13
14 13
18 19
39
65 48
61 65
106
132 10
144 117
187 158
131 133
177 127.
161 122
169 133
144 94
149 72
131 53


-
-

61
23 154
228. 191
290 217
344 205
374 165
273 168
306 105.
1S 79M

142
5 63:
133 25
129 590
125 111
116 15D




100 15
12w 97
.131" 79
113 58,
L0t 81
117 50
100 15
79 19
'1. .22
47 11
28 2
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105 1
25 .2
40 2
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5'5 9
5 9
10 7
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25 2
20 2
25 2
21 4
31 8
32 5
-24 3
27 2.
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-
1 -


37 ^
c 28 ; 87
26i *' 77
S 35' '66
28 64"
6 113
46 a203
S 290 21
- 410 .25.
S 533 ? 337
- 583 342
- 58 .472
%. 6 489.
- 136 869
- 1522 1032
. 736 ; 667.
1.. 613 595
1.. 898 629
- 959 6 76
859 73
86 "8809
740 8
. 686 737
"645 :690
618 632
-.. 554 596
S:585. '725
605 7901
3 480., -
559 ;41
556 588
S 494 .405
426- 419
445 438
-: 484 384
4- 4 .301
367- 320
356 "'
336 :261
318: *163
310 175
297 184
193 167
31 141
S 179; -133
17- '142
14 94
S 148 72
138 53





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1815 a
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200
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112
90
98
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34
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38
48
45
39
35
43
47
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37
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T TOTAL sH1PIris XI0RiAm CITIUS BY WESK
1943-44 AND 194-43 SASONS

Week OBANGES R a lOFBTIT TANGERINES K0tAL
g 1943441 194.3 194Z.4 19Q0. Cu= .. ... .... .." 44,.9


1943 &MIs

Sept. 4 .. -
11 -
18 1 1 -
25 -
Oct. 2 1 2 5 1 7
9 1 13 6 187 7 199
16 49 43 149 590 198 .633
3 342 309 339 506 -681 815
30 871 723 380 347 1,251 1,070
Nov. 6 1,579 957 442 311 1 3 ,022 1,271
13 2,053 1,183 611 363 9 13 2- 673 1,558
20 2,596 1,421 531 409 37 68 3,164 1,898
27 2,418 1,225 482 385 97 231 2,997 1,841
Dec, 4 2,043 1,362 404 335 44 519 -,871 2,16 -
11 2,605 1,925 365 336 978 52. 3,948 2,783
18 2,842 2,975 369 377 947 557 4,158 3,909
25 1,376 1,339 203 262 899 673 2,477 2,274
Jan, 1 1,222 1,146 381 399 653 586 2,256 2,131
8 1,614 1,728 558 487 898 658 199 3,070 2,873
15 1,748 1,491 632 524 669 676 298 3,049 2,691
22 1,807 1,372 446 527 554 713 244 2,807 2,612
29 2,025 1,572 417 543 453 644 2,895 2,759
Feb. 5 1,926 1,689 447 528 250 655 2623 2,872
13 1,837 .1,673 517 457 158 496 2,512 2.626
19 1,893 1,963 569 473 80 363 2,542 2,799
26 2,210 2,007 590 503 44 213 2,844- 2 722'
Max. 4 2,154 2,127 591 547 39 196 2,784 2 870
11 1,961 2,511 583 782 32 192 ,576 3,485
S18 2,190 2,664 658 912 40 116 2,888 3,692
25 2,005 2,553 707 944 37 56 2,749 3,553
Apr. 1 2,377 2,428 758 815 19 28 3,154. 3,271
8 2,457 3,316 660 710 7 14 3,124 3,040
15 2,335 2,124 673 .646. 9 7 3,017 2,777
22 2,013 2,222 729 652 18. 5 2,760 2;879
2 39 1,746 2,090 769 667 1 5 2,516 2,762
May 6 2,047 2,010 886 727 4 2 2,937 2,739
13 2,102 1,807 767 688 5 2 2,874 2,497
20 1,946 1,230 627 428 5 1 2,578 1.659
27 1,662 1,349 550 505 3 2,215 1,854
June 3 1,513 1 284 518 416 2,031 1,700
10 1,221 1,064 387 254 1 1,609 1,318
S17 1,196 791 304 156 1,500 947
;24 1,123 600 200 109 1,323 709
July 1 701 381 122 42 823 423
8 386 248 58 16 444 264
15 255- 55 62 9 317 64
22 76 22 28 5 104 27
'29 77 25 16 6 93 31
Aug. 5 11* 3* 5* -* 16* 3*
12 4* -* 4* -*
19 3* -* 3* -*

TOTAL 68,619 60,021 19,496 18,888 7,371 8,214 (741) 95,486 87,123
*-Truck shipments not included.,- Unavailable.
ojet-- Includes rail, truck, express & Jmxied' -citrus broken down into-proper proportions.
Al .'light" cars in 1942-43 season counted as individual cars. Truck reduced to car-lot
equivalents on basis 400 boxes per ca.. Includes Government purchases of- tangerines. ship-.
ped .ech .week (furnished thru the courtesy of the Office of Distribution) shown'.i
parenthesis,




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ORANGE! ES GRAP ERnUIC A I ANG E I I NilS
.aie.-; Wee ISeasonn o e6 SIeason1 FTor teek SeasWeea
Sanding SDate" ang Bo e aing Do ta


Sept. .4
11
.18
25
Oct. 8
9
i.23
S13
23
27
Deo. 4:
11
18
2 .

15..
22'
29
Feb. S
S12
'19
26
wrt. 4


131
25
.. fi

8


20
7,





29
Aug. 5
18


37.5
28.9
48.6
54.0
53.8
61.2
62.3
61.9
64..0
61.2
56.6
52,3
52.1
48,8
48.4
53.1
59 .0
60.9
61.8
59.2
,62.6
65.5
66.2
63.5
64.1:
63.1
67.3
.62,8
62.5
59.8
59.5
60.1.
57.6
61.5.
62.4
66.7
68.
.66.1.
62.1
56.5
60.0.
.80.0
.0


37.5
30 J3
42.5
48.5
50.4
54.3
56.5
58.4
60.6
60.8
60.2
59.3
58.4
57.3
56.5
56.2
56.4
56.6
56.9
57.0
57.2
57.6
57.8
58.1
58.3
58.5
58.8
58.8
58.9
59.0
59.1
59.1
59.1
59.1
59.2
59.1
59.1
59.2
59.3
59.3
59.3
59.3
59.3
59.3


62.5
71.1
51.4
46.0
42.5
29.8
28.8
25.1
10.0
10.3
6.2
80.5
21.0
37.8
19.5
14.7
84.6
26.0
29.9
35.1
31.3
29.4
27.5
30.6
33.4
35.8
31.4
38.4
37.0
37.3
39.7
39.7
38.9
42.4
38.5
37.6
33.3
31.5
34.7
37.9
43.5
40.0
20.0
.0


63.5
69.8
57.6
51.5
48.3
42.2
38.4
33.9
24.4
20.2
18.4
18.6
18.9
19.9
19.9
19.4
19.8
20.2
20.6
21.3
21.7
22.0
22.4-
22.6
23.1
23.5
23.8
24.3
24.6
25.0
25.3
25.7
25.9
26.1
261.3
26.5
26.5
26,6
26.6
26.6
26.6
26.6
26.6
26.6


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1.3
3.5
5.1
7.7
15.0
19.0
21.4
22 X ,
22.1
2 .7
23.6
24.4
23.8
23.2
22.5
21.7
21.1
20.4
19.8.
19,3
18.6
18.0
17.4
16.9
16.5
16.0
15.6
15.2
15.0
14.8
14.5
14.4

14.1
14.1
14.1
14.1
14.1
14.1


Furnished through the courtesy of the Statistical. Ieparsment,
Florida Citrus E&haage, La, w .'Fla .


-


3.7
9.0
8.9
12.9
26.0
28.5
37.2
27.2
26.9
23.4
32.1
32.2
16.4
13.1
8.3
5.7
6.1
5.1
6.3
5.9
2.5
1.1
1.3
3.4
0.2.
0.2
0.5
0.8
1.0
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mIORI CAWfRlY IGaE1SS BY WEEKS 9- 1394544 LSASO
-rnidshed through the courtey of the 1~orida Citrus Camission Lakeland, lorida.

Week G . ., Ge, G, A.PE.T I I
ng omercial JI Dao e Coaicial I tAo Pate

Ao D61 c3453, oza


Sept. 4
*11
18
S25
Oct. 2
9
16
23
30
Nov. 6
13
20
27
Dec. 4
) .11
18
25
1944
Jan.
8
15
22
29
Feb. 5
12
19
26
Mar. 4
11
18
25
Ap1. 1
8
15
22
29
May 6
13
20
27
June 3
10
17
24
July 1
8
15
22
29
Aug. 5
.12
19


2,311
5 439
27,820
45,454
56,715
78,796
101,027
187,192
126,571
143,241
158,819
231 105
221,952
234,942
231,897
293,567
418,103
489,581
527,992
534,809
537 110
446,354
382,032
341,910
430,211
514,673
510,244
454,780
485,910
494 882
447,607
462,812
415,032
313,089
214 878
143,817
72,634
81,352
33,015
8,954
3,723
149


S2,311
7,750
35,570
81 024
137 739
216, 535
317,562
$04,754
631,325
774,566
933 385
1 164 490
1,386,442
1621 384
1,853,281
2,146,848
2,564,951
3,054,532
3,582,524
4,117,333
4,654,443
5,100,797
5,482,829
58824,739
6,254,950
6,769,623
7,279,867
7,734,647
8,220,557
8,715 439
9,163 046
9,625 858
10,040,890
10,353,979
10,568,857
10,712,674
10,785,308
10,866,660
10,899,675
10,908,629
10,912,352
10,912,501


1,557
6,838
5,110
10,087
19,610
46,425
150,356
521,490
585,750
640,074
674,926
815,950
934,830
1,029,960
1,060,989
1,010,938
1,074,757
1,070,492
955,710
921,121
813,988
912 902
806,539
819 417
699,305
853,034
844,426
728,107
663,948
485,905
320 415
260,870
207,777
193.657
122,076
68 380
32,663
10,419
15 660
17,093
12,531
3,091
137


1,557
.,8395
13,505
23 592
43,202
89,627
239,983
761,473
1,347 223
1,987,297
2,662,223
3,478,173
4,413,003
5,442,963
6,503,952
7,514,890
8,589,647
9,660,139
10,615,849
11 536,970
132350 958
13,26 3860
14070,399
14,889,816
15,589,121
16,442,155
17,286,581
18,014,688
18,678.636
19 ,64,541
19 484,956
19,745,826
19,953,603
20,147,260
20 269 336
20,337 716
20,370,379
20,380,798
20,396,458
20,413 551
20,426,082
20,429,173
20 ,429,310


Notes Represents entire-ceanery out-put and incliAes processed fruit
purchased by Governient Agencies.


-, -- ...- .L,- -.





-8g.
ZF fLQRQ.IJCTIONQQ ACNI CPEIUT. F JUIC3. TOEA3Wa JUICa2. ETC.
Issued by the Jacksonville District Office, Bureau 'of Foreign and Domestic Commerce
in cooperatiorn with th e'loda C sann!rs' 4ssooiation
8. GM EN S U I- C
Does not include t
citrus concentrate GUM C. GRAF! OMBI-. I CPEERtIW'
T ATI OU Sweetenel Unsweetened


24/2's 895,818 47,429 3,471,283 2,784,093 1,243,108 4,845,897
12/5' ... .. .
(12) 404 x 700 -- 2,710,030 2,622,166 1,630,149 6,311,430
48/8-oz. -- --- 4,707 19,141
(48) 300 x 407 -- 1,306
48/1 s -- 13,514 ,3706 9,795 53,320
6/10' t -s- 148,359 83,038 82,648 423,608
24/12-oz. --.. -.. ... ..
.v.e.... ton. er a.t. .. a .i ,006 .. ...... .
Totals 895,818 47,429 6,348,192 5,493,003 2,970,407 11u,54,68





o1amEsW INro CasEs O NIo. 3 4/2'CA41 S .

Doesnot iol I 1940-41 I 941-4 1942-43 1943.44


Grapefruit Segoents 2,864,118 4,002,823 847,459 895,818
Broken Segments a75,723 430,313 40,308 47,429
Grapefruit Juice 10,032,792 6,179,780 15,192,952 16,778,124
Orange Juice 3,078,043 3,466,302 3,429,251 7,075,467
Combination Juice 2,537,437 2,304,309 3,675,919 6,176,168
Citrus Salad 330,180 273,455 -.4
raeng Segpents 23,913 .1,383 J
Totals 19,143,206 16,658,364 2,185,889 30,973,006


1 9 4 3 .44, SE A 8
Number of field boxes of grapefruit used for canning grapefruit segments
lNiber of field boxes of grapefruit used for canning grapefruit juice and
combination juice
'Number of field boxes of oranges used for. canning orag, juice and
combination juice


... 659,355

.. 19,677,705

... 8,723,739


MA 46 hA ~





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CITWaoS REVISED EST~IA E IS ilO MIOCTIO & UTILIZATION. 1934/35-1942/43
Crop Reporting Board Bureau of Agricultural Economics
Washington, D. C. May 1944




The average seasonal production of citrus fruits in the United
States in the 3-year period (1940-43) was 70 per cent higher than in the
3-year period (1934-36). This was a continuation of the large and steady
increase in production, which occurred from 1909 to 1934. Grapefruit
production increased proportionally more than oranges during the period
1934 to 1943 and also during the period 1909 to 1934. From the 1934 to
1942 grapefruit production increased more than 100 per cent and orange
production more than 50 per cent. Tonnage of oranges processed in 1942-
43 was about 4 times as much as processed in 1934-35 and tonnage of
grapefruit processed in 1942-43 was about 4.1/2 times as much as in 1934-
35. In 1942-43, almost 16 per cent of the total orange crop and more
than 50 per cent of the total grapefruit crop were processed, compared
with the 1934-35 season, when only about 6 per cent of the oranges and
about 30 per cent of the grapefruit were processed.


The seven (7) tables following show estimates of the Crop Re-
porting Board for citrus production and utilization, by States and crops,
for the seasons 1934-35 to 1942-43, inclusive. Most of the Nation s
tangerines and limes are produced in Florida, and estimates are not shown
separately, except for Florida. The small quantities of tangerines in
other States are included with oranges. Lemons are estimated only for
California, since that State produces nearly all of the U. S. lemon
crop. Utilization details vary between States and Crops according to
differences in the uses made of the various crops and differences in
availability of data.






Note: Florida utilization for 1943-44 season included in tabulations,
other States not available at time of Summary release.





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EBO 1CTMION .SD tm AiZMTIQ -: IgRIDm ORANGES
cagBS of.'1934-35 to .1943-44. 3JCLUST E

Total' PAMIESPOSITION: TILI Z'AT IO 0 0 SALES
-Pro- 6 -
So or gF@resh Sales
'auc- For
CROP tion an Shipped Out of State Total
House- Sold
SEASON I e- Soholotl Rail -- Intra.- Pro-
Use Freshk totall Inaludl m Boat Truck State cess-
SSales bErpress Sales ed


1934-35
1935-36
*19 36-37
.i9 ,_38
1?37-38
1938-39
1939-40
1940-41
1941-42
1942-43
1943-44


15,600
15,900
19,100
23,900
29,900
25,600
28,600
27,200
37,200
"46,200


EARLY & MID-SEASON
1934-35 10,700
1935-36 9,600
1936-37 11,700
1937-38 13 400
1938-39 17,150
1939-40 15,600
1940-41 16,200
1941-42 15,200
1942-43 19,100
1943-44 25,800


VALtCIAS
1934-35
1935-36
1936-37
1937-38
1938-39
1939-40
1940-41
1941-42
1942-43
1943-44

'JC'ANERINES
1934-35
1935-36
1936-37
1937-38
1938-39
1939-40
1940-41
1941-42
1942-43
1943-44


4,900"
6,300
7,400
10,500
12,750
10,000
12,400
12,000
18,100
20,400


2,000
2,100
3,000
2,300
3,400
2,400
2,700
2,100
4,200
3,600


192
181
218
260
310
250
220
176
209
300


132
109
133
'140
179
150
120
99
119
-" 175


60
72
85
120
131
100
100
77
,90
125


38
39
50
40
50
24
30
27
46
40


15,408
15,719
18,882
23,640
29,583
25,350-
28,380
27.024'
36,991,
45,900


10,568
9,491
11,567
13,260
16,964
15,450
16,080
15,101
18,981
25,625


4,840
6,228
7,315
10,380
12,619
9,900
12,300
11,923
18,010
20,275


1,962
2,061
2,950
2,260
3,350
2,376
2,670
2,073
4,154
S3,560


15,143
15,506
18,332
22,531
28,399
S21,080
24,372
22,753
30,552
34,889


10,468
9,391
11 308
12,830.
16,724
14,487
14,218
12,827
15,684
20,669


4,675
6,115
7,024
9,701
11,675
6,593
10,154
9,926
14,868
14,220


1,962
2,061
2,950
2,260
3,350
2,376
2,670
2,073
4,154
3,560


14,001
14,085
16,661
20,674
26,556
19,242
22,506
20,535
28,244
32,680


9,661
8,451
10,080
11,758
15,419
13 323
13,070
11 422
14:480
19,414


4,340
5 634
6,581
*8,916
11,137
5,919
9,436
9;113
13,764
13,266


'1,688
1,817
2,729
1,968
2,941
1,986
2,295
1,767
3,767
3,221


5,760
6,640
8,936
11,942
14,177
11,336
12,242.
.16,274
25,800
30,525.


4,217
4,013
5,624
7,552,
8,311
8,118
6,829
8,376
12,987
17,789


1,543
2,627
3,312
4,390
5,866
3,218
5 413
7,898
12,813
12,736


829
1,013
1,615
1,192
1,748
1,255
1,437
1,373
3,407
2,838


*5,350 2,891
4,934 2,511
5,574 2,151
5,966 2,766
7,365 5,014
3,558 4,348
4,474 5,790
461 3,800
2,444
2,155


3,311
2,753
2,954
2,864
3,689
2,092
2,376
443




2,039
2,181
2,620
3,102
3,676
1,466
2,098
18




591
570
735
520
728
294
425
59
1---


2,133
1,685
1,502
1,342
3,419
3,113
3,865
2,603
1,493
1,625


758
826
649
1,424
1,595
1,235
1,925
1,197
951
530


268
234
379
256
465
437
433
335
360
383


265
213
.550
1,109
1, 184"
4,270
4,008
4,271
6,439
11,011


100
100
259
430
240
963
1,862
2,274
3,297
4,956


165
113
291
679
944
3,307
2,146
1,997
3,142
6,055


1,142
1,421
1,671
1,857
1,843
1,838
1,866
2,218
2,308
2,209


807
940
1,228
1,072
1,305
1,164
1,148
1,405
1,204
1,255


335
481
443
785
538
674
718'
813
1,104
954


274
244
221
292
409
390
375
306
387
339


j Total production and production having value are the same in all seasons except for 1938-
39 when. 7,000 boxes of early and mid-season oranges were diverted from markletng channels
in accordance with provisions of Government purchase program.
jf Net content of box of Florida oranges and tangerines, 90 lbs.





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PRODJCTIONl.AND UTIZAnIO CmALyFOHIAB OEANGES
CROPS.:o. 193-35 to' 194344. IHQUJSVEE
(Includes Tangerines)
Total Pro- F.AEMDISPOSITIB UT I I ZAT I0 N- 0- SALES
Pro- duo-
duc- tion Tor
tM tion having Ian r h 8s
SE&SO~ Value House- Sold -- Toeal
hold Pro-
V Use Total Packed Loose cessed
So u.s o.S an.d B o x_1 2/


ALL aRANG.NS
1934-35
1935-36
1936-37
1937-38
1938-39
1939-40
1940-41
* 1941-42
1942-43.
1943-44


VATNCIAS
1934.35
1935-36
1936-37
1937-38
1938-39
1939-40
1940-41
1941-42
1942-43
1943-44


45,047 43,652
32,809 32,195
29,827 28 804
45,914 44,710
41 420 38,481
44 425 43,189
50,778 49,456
52,155 51,393
44,296 43,643
Unavailable


26,057 25,340
18,340 17,986
16,593 16,064
29,234 28,346
23,450 22,278
26,904 26,082
31, 23 30,644
30,181 29,774
30,055 29,726
Unavailable


MNAT S & MISCELLANEOUS


1934-35
1935-36
1936-37
1937-38
1938-39
1939-40
1940-41
1941-42
1942-43
1943-44


18,990 18,312
14,469 14,209
13,234 12,740
16,680 16,364
17,970 16,203
17,521 17,107
19,555 18,812
21,974 21,619
14,241 13,917
Unavailable


43,435
31,974
28,588
44,483
38,251
42,957
49,224
51,161
43 411


25,226
17,870
15,951
28,224
22,154
25,957
30,519
29,649
29,601


39,747
30,246
22,590
39,797
33,395
40,024
43,423
44,020
356993


22,232
16,630
11,414
24,209
18,450
23,484
25,618
24,852
24,186


34,998
26, 322
20,082
35,007
28,935
35,292
37,914
39,416
34,291


20,092
14,560
10,525
21,777
16,340
20,800
22,772
22,475
23,622


4,749
3,924
2,508
4 790
4 460
4,732
5,509
4,604
1,702


2;140
2,070
889
2,432
2,110
2,684
2,846
2,397
564


3,688
, 728
, 998
4,686
4 856
2.-933
5,801
7 141
7 418


2,994
1,240
4,537
4 015
3 704
2,473
4,901
4,77
5,415


18,209
14,104.
12,637
16,259
16,097
17,000
18,705
21,512
13,810


17,515
13,616
11,176
15,588
14,945
16,540
17,805
19,148
11,807


14,906
11,762
9,557
13,230
12,595
14,492
15,142
16,941
10,669


2,609
1,854
1,619
2,358
2;350
2,048
2,663
2,207
1,138


694
488
1,461
671
1,152
460
900
2,364
2,003


i he difference between production and production having value includes quantities to
charity and eliminated.
N./ Net content of California orange box considered to be 70 lb.s. up to and including 1940-
41 season; 77 lbs. for subsequent crops.




12 -
PBDDUCTION & UTILIUATIOW TERAS. ARIZONA.& OJUISIAIA O&IRTGES
Ca3PS of 1934-35 to 1943-44, INCLUSIVE.


Uptal Pro- AEMDISPOSITItN U T ILI ZA'TI 0N O F SALES
Pro- -U_-____ _________
d..- tion For '
C0OP tion haVing ral- m F r e h Sa1es
SFASON. Value House- Sold Total
hold' Pro-
'I Use TItal Packed,, Loose, ceased
3 A .2 .ax A .z A ,-.. .A ,g .. .' ....

TECAS
1934-35 65 650 48 602 0 -
1935-36 777 .777 50 727. 727 -
1936-37 2,000 ,009 1,94 1,937 4 '
1937-38 1,44)0 1 40 57 1,383 1 350 33
1938-39 2,815 2,815. 61 : 2,754 2 738 16
1939-40 2,360 2 360 56 2 ,2304 2275 29
1940-41 2,650 2,650 61 2 589 2,574 15
1941-42 2,850 2,850 2 59 2,791 2,772 -19
1942243 2,,50 2,550 57 2,493 2,480 13
1943-44


ARI. NA
.1934-35 170 170 12 158 155 70 85 3
1935-36 240 240 12 228' 227 163 64 1
1936-31 220 220 8 21Z. 173 121 52 '39
S1937438 350 350 13 337 335 208 127 2
1938-39 430 427 13 414 412 .231 181 2
1939.;40. -595 595 13 582 576 307 '269 6
1940-41 .528 528 13 515 491 219 272 24
S1941-42 660 66 13 647 636 403 '233 .11
1942-43 730 73Q 13 717 642 515 127' 75
1943-44



1934-35 293 293 24 269 269 -
1935-36 244 244 25 219 219 -
1936-37 309 309 25 284 284 -
1937-38 .238 238 25 213 213 -
1938-39 385 385 30 355 355 -
.1939-40 228 228 22 06 206
1940-41 253 253 20 233 2 33
1941-42 192 192 13 179 179- -
.1942-43 340 340 16. 324 324 -








1/ The difference between production and producotiot having value represents quantities
diverted from markx ing channels in secordance with provisions 'of marketing agreemens.
. :Net, content of box of oranges in Texas and Louisiana, 90 lbs.; in Arizona 70 Ibs. up to
and including the 1940-41 season, 77 Ibs. for subsequent seasons.





13 -
PEROUCTION AND UTILIZATION J-IDA APLUSSIS UIT
CMOPS of 1934-35 to 1943-44. INCLUSIVT


Total FAM DISPOSITION UTILIZATION 0 7 SALES
Pro- Fresh Sales
duc- For
tion Fae. Shipped Out of StateTo
CRP House- 'Solad otal
SSEASON 1/ hold Total Eil Intra- Pro-
S Use Fresh Total Iludinng Boat Irudc State cess-
Sales .Express Sales- ed


ALL GRAPEBMUIT
1934-35 15,200 105 15,095 9,550 8,679 4,042 3,520 1,117 871 5,545
1935-36 11,500 92 11,408 7,762 6,992 3,419 2,543 1,031 770 3,646
1936-37 18,100 108 17,992 11,233 10,408 6,416 3,056 936 825 6,759
1937-38 14,600 94 14,506 8,349 7,479 4,433 2,196 850 870 6,157
1938-39 23,300 143 21,438 12,226 11,255 6,653 3,204 1,398 971 9,212
1939-40 15,900 90 15,810 6,998 6,048 3,550 1,518 980 950 8,812
1940-41 24,600 100 24,500 10,624 9,583 ,743 2,208 1,631 1,042 13,876
1941-42 19,200 101 19,099 8,956 7,836 6,646 206 984 1,120 10,143
1942-43 27,300 113 27,187 9,603 8,520 7,999 -- 521 1,083 17,584
1943-44 31,000 118 30,882 10,436 9,309 8,953 -- 356 1,127 20,446



SEDLESS
1934-35 4,100 36 4,064 3,390 3,100 1,449 1,316 335 250 714
1935-36 4,000 33 3,967 3,247 3,007 1,542 1,052 413 240 720
1936-37 6,000 38 5,962 4,262 3,969 2,357 1,265 347 293 1,700
1937-38 5,500 33 5,467 3,847 3,488 1,814 1,170 504 359 1;620
1938-39 7,800 52 7,388 4,863 4,421 2,442 1,427 552 442 2,525
1939-40 6,500 35 6,465 3,823 3,387 1,950 895 542 436 2,642
1940-41 8,200 43 8,157 5,618 5,286 3,003 1,365 '918 332 2,539
1941-42 7,700 40 7,660 5,503 4,944 4,246 88 610 559 2,157
1942-43 10,300 45 10,255 5,701 5,208 4,918 --- 290 493 4,554
1943-44 14,000 50 13,950 7,196 6,690 6,534 --- 156 506 6,754




1934-35 11,100 69 11,031 6,200 5,579 2,593 2,204 782 621 4,831
1935-36 7,500 59 7,441 4,515 3,985 1,877 1,490 618 530 2,9,26
1936-37 12,100 70 12,030 6,971 6,439 4,059 1,791 589 532 5,059
1937-38 9,100 61 9,039 4,502 3,991 2,619 1,026 346 511 4,537
1938-39 15,500 91 14,050 7,363 6,834 4,211 1,777 846 529 6,687
1939-40 9,400 55 9,345 3,175 2,661 1,600 623 438 514. 6,170
1940-41 16,400 57 16,343 5,006 4,296 2,740 843 713 710 11,337
1941-42 11,500 61 11,439 3,453 2 892 2,400 118 374 561 7 986
1942-43 17,000 68 16,932 3,902 3,312 3,081 --- 231 590 13,030
1943-44 17,000 68 16,932 3,240 2,619 2,419 -- 200 621 13,692







Ij Total production and production having value are the same in all seasons except for
1938-39, when 360,000 boxes of seedless grapefruit and 1,359,000 .boxes of other vari-
eties were diverted from marketing channels in accordance with provision of Goveament
purchase program.
A/ Net content of box of Florida grapefruit 80 lbs.






gPRXICTXN & UtILIA ON Aa & AaRI &IA GWRYPFlUIT
CiOPS of 1934-35 to 1943-44. IGlUSIVE


Total Pro- 'PATBM DXSEOSITCT. T ILI ZATI ON 0 F 8 A L E
Pro- duc-
du- tion For F re h S e.l srs
W tion having Yan'
SEASON Value House- So ld Total
hold. Pro-
_i Use Total Packed Loose cessed

Thousand. B oxes 3/
.n esnepm ,em m .aw


1934-35
1935-36
'1936-37
1937-38
1938-39
1939-40
1940-41
1941-42
1942-43
1943-44


ARIZONA
AY.
1934-35
1935-36
1936-37
1937-38
1938-39
1939-40
1940-41
1941-42
1942-43
1943-44


2,740 2,740:
2,780 2,780
9,630 9,630
11,840 11,840.
15,670 13,960
14,400 14,400
13,650 .13,650
14,500 14,500.
17,510 17,510
Unavailable


29
31
41
48
63.
, 56
56
52
532


1,240 1,240
1,800 1,800
1,400 1,400
2,750 2,750
2,700 2,380
2,900 2,560
2,650 2,650
3,380 3,380
2,600 2,600
Unavailable


2,711
2,749
,9,589
11,792
13,897
14,344
13,594
14,448
17,458


1,232
1,792
1,392
2,738
2,367
2,547
2,637
3,366
2,588


2,328
2,130
7,026
6,589
8,366
7,444
7,371
8,330
9,582


1,052
1,658
947
2,104
1,968
2,003
1,931
2,144
1,254


589
1,078
530
1,262
689
661
1,273
1,921
1,151


383
619
2,563
5,203
5,531
6, 900
6,223
6,118
7,876


463
580
417
842
1,279
1,342
658
223
103


180
134
445
634
399
544
706
1, 222
1,334'


0


l/ The difference between production and production having value represents quantities not
harvested on account of market conditions or diverted from marketing channels in accord-
ance with provisions of Government purchase program,

/ For. Arizona grapefruit, net content of box considered 60 1bs. up to and including 1940-
41.and 65 Ibs* for subsequent -seasons. For Texas, net content of. box considered as
80 lbs. for all seasons.





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PBODWCTIO AND UTIITJZAION CA1 ORl. IA PSWIT
CERPS-of 1934-35 to 1948-43. INCLUSIVE


Total Pro- FAB DISPOSE I U :ILIZATION OF SALES
Pro- due-
inc- %Mon
.auc 'tion For .F r e s h S a 1 e a
C tion havingresh S es
SEASON- Vaue House- Sold Total
hold Pro-
Use Total Packed Loose cessed

Talndl Boxr ea /


1934-35
1935-36
1936-37
1937-38
1938-39
1939-40
1940-41
1941-42
1942-43
1943-44


VATJ;EYS
1934-35
1935-36
1936-37
1937-38
1938-39
1939-40
1940-41
1941-42
1942-43
1943-44


1934-35
1935-36
1936-37
1937-38
1938-39
1939-40
1940-41
1941-42
1942-43
1943-44


2,167 1,986
2,267 2,233
1,540 1,440
1,943 1,913
1,924 1 899
1,992 1 986
1,983 1 979
3,181 3 177
3,071 3,069
Unavailable


690 668
1,115 1,112
793 762
858 '847
904 895
1,087 1,086
960 958
1,343 1,339
1,254 1,252
Unavailable



1,477 1,318
1,152 1,121
747 678
1,085 1,066
1,020 1,004
905 900
1,023 1,021
1,838 1,838
1,817 1,817
Unavailable


1,963
2,210
1,420
1,893
1,879
1:966
1,959
3,157
3,049


663
1,107
758
843
891
1,082
954
1,335
1,248


1,300
1,103
662
1,050
988
884
1,005
1,822
1,801


1,823
2,111
1,162
1,832
1,840
1 904
1,809
2,679
2,649





591
1,050
565
803
874
1,046
871
1,057
938


1,232
1,061
597
1,029
966
858
938
1,622
1,711


1,185
1,365
736
1,353
1,179
1,122
1,137
2,356
2,585





291
598
336
524
427
436
359
967
909


894
767
400
829
752
686
778
1,389
1,676


j/ The difference between production and production having value includes quantities to
charity and eliminated.
21 For all California grapefruit net content of box considered to be 60 lbs. up to and.
including the 1940-41 season. For subsequent seasons, Desert Valley grapefruit- consider-
ed as 65 lb. net per box, and Other Areas 68 Ibs. net per box.





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PIBoaCTiION & .LI4anl H pa9 S .& MAI DA LUs
CBORS of 1934.L35 to 1943.44,. .CLUSIVE


Total Pro- 'FAIT:DISPOSIDN U TI LI ZA T I 0 N 0 7 SALE S
Pro duo-
Sdueo tion For r r e sa h 8 a1 e as
pO tion having a=s ,
ASONValue House- Sold Total
Sj Use Total Packed Loose cessed


CT LIFOTA,

1934-356
1935.;36
1936.37
1937-38
1938-39
1939-40
1940-41
1941-42
1942-43
1943-44


1934-35
1935-36
1936-37
1937-38
1938-39
1939-40
.'1940-41
1941-42
1942-43
1943.S44


- ouand boxes
10,747 10,747
7,787 7,787
7,579 .7, 79
9 304 9 304
11,106 11 10.6
.11,983 11 983
17,236 16,734
11 720 11,720
14,940 14,940
Unavailable


408,386 408,386'
295,906 295,906
288 ,002 288,002
353,552 353,552
422,028 422,028
455 354 455,354
654,968 .635,892
462,940 462,940
590,130 590,130
Unavailable


E B S- Sousandboxes .3/
1934-35 15 15
1935.36 12 12
1936-37 45 45
1937-38 70 70
1938-39 95 95
1939-40 95 95
1940-41 80 80
1941-42 150 150
1942-43 175 175
1943-44 190 190


14
* 14
14
14
14
15
15
15


532
532
532
532
532
532
570
592
592







,g/


10,733
7,773
7.,565
9,290.
S11092
11,969
16,719
11,705
14,925





.407,854
295,374
287,470
353 020
421,496
454 822
635,322
462,348
589,538






15
12
45
70
'95
95
80
150
175
190


7,184
7,422
6,533
7,761
7,777
8,327
8,863
7,870
9,711


6,727
6,634
, 513
7,246
7,261
7 703
8 323
7 319
9 056


457
788
720
515
516
624
540
551
655





e,--,,
- .,. .

---. .


272,992
282,036
248,254
294,918
295 526
316.426
336 794
310,865
383,585


3,549
351
1,032
1,529
3,315
3 642
7,856
3,835
5,214





134,862
13,338
39,216
58,102
125,970
138,396
298,528
151,483
205,953


0


15
12
45
70
95
95
80
150
175
190


f .The difference between production and production having value includes quantities to
charity and eliminated.
jf/ For California lemons net content of box considered to be.76 lbs. up to 'and. including
194-41 and 79 Ibs. for subsequent seasons. Equivalent tons were derived on the basis
of the above box weights.
4/ Net'cntent, of box of Florida limes, 80 lbs.
A/ Quantities of limes used on farms negligible.


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MM. 17I -

caSaB an oas ash anBSB AIMnastWaq iass. Ot SUM 0.Y.194
BY MOQBrS ASBD B S aRS 0T7 GaiDIG


.State. JL. Y JL SSEP. OCT. 1- v. IX.|B1 JAN. MSO. 1 iR. AR.- JMi j JUIY


26 26 24 22 23
17 1 13 67 119
43 27 :3-, 35 69 119


88 100 112 99
88 100 112 99


- 3 -
11 31 .211
77 .38 13
88. 72 34


Calif. 80 104 80 49 18 23 23 16 10 19 38 56 -44
Fl0oida 20 10 140 198. 136 188 213 204 205 175 70
Total 100 104' 80 59 158 221 159 204 223 223 243 231 114


Calif. 318 302 78 186 10 100 229 91 55. 115 145 232 272
*orid- a 31 p 25 393 340 362 411 -464 445 396 256 ,: 60
a1 -- 6. -- -


Total 349 302.278 211 469 440 591 502 519 560 541 488 53

Ais 7 9 4 11 9 8 12 3
C Uf. 374 .369 282 191 9 293 260 238 235 223 316 290 296
lora 35 13 300 27 9 346 378 382 344 272 79
. .. 16 73 9 8 6 .9 -
Total 409 369. 282 220 471 575 59 630 623 668 574 378

iS 85 69 76 83 31 33 18 28 19 46 114 74
Florida 17 .- 5 120 12 1 164 .156 165 160 .65 26
Teas'. a 1 3 3 a


Total 102 69 76 89 154 158 1 65 182 184 184 206 179 .100

*i 2 6 4 2 5 1 2 2
Calif 40 44 3 14 13 27 25 24 20 16 40 25 42
Torida1 .- 1 19 9 3 .43 21
S. 6 17 22 ;38 39 15 32
Sotal 41 44 30 *20 33 80 51 64' 70 59 86 48 .46

Aris. 2 -1 -
Ca4yf. 57 48 37 27 29 70 57 66 52 48 91 71 53
lori2 2 6 2 2
.ex. . .. .. 2 19 5 5 6 7 8 2-
Total 57 48 37 29 50 77 62 .72 60 58 99 73 55


"t Worth


Aiz. 1 1 1
Calif 26 22 13 12 4 20 14 15 14 12 25 32 19
oria 1 - 2 .7 18 5 2
TeM. a 5 20 28 24 23 19 12 3 .- *
oa 26 22 13 17 24 49 39 39 35 32 48 37 21
lan.R CIA4v


Calif
Floric
A A' I
T~


1 2 5 3 -
77 57 40 37 17 78 61 67' 64 66 88 15 80
a 18 17 8 9 12 25 23 7 -
tal 77.' 12 46 1 11 9 17 21 -
tal 77 57 40 49 81 108 82 90 93 115 111 8i 80


s- --
Ariz.
Calif, .8 -
. Total -8 -


ri. -
Colif. 66 5
Florida -
lax. -.
Tota .66 57


2 2 2 3 -
a 39 122 52 8 4 4 2 1
39 124 54 *'88 26 2 1

1 1 1 *
41 27 21 77 74 77 54 69 105: 101 76
- 28 24 6 23 24 36 15 2 -
93 2 2 1 2 -1 -
41 71 7 104 81' 10a 80' 106 10 104 76


Calif.
Foridal
, o --


Kam


+


I


~ I-I-


- --


- - --- --- -- i-


I


~t~Li~


Sa


*I


.


Il fto


A




,1 .'.. .- .'. -' >





d(., ..* .t . .. .. ... AM .0 MU. M Y


Calif. 39 50 36 19. 3 3 5 3 7 27 42
lorida 11 .- 4 68 36 74 92 -89 94 78 69 '17
: . 1 . -
Te- ., 4 14 1 .
total 76 0 ) ?- 7- 76 -96 105 -7 85 96 9
." o C.. .... .. .. .,,.
.. 10 1 -. 1 2 1 -
Calif. 689 885 710 S60, .a01 445 217 161 ,97 422 561 747
Florida 188 - 845 1'3. 1138 1162 1318 1384 1238 870 28
'Total 877 885 1' M 4591 0.149 703 6 2 143 016
U48Zak d.,: Calif.
Ariz. -. 1 -
Calif. 9 8 10- 10 3 10 7 39 13 65 43 35 34
Total 9 8 10 13 65 43 35 3

r 1-- 1 -
Caif. 26 2a 13- 9 40 24 85 28 21 40 31 41
odd .- 6 -. 3 8 11 20 10 -
Tea. i 00 14 9 11 7 -
Total 26 22. 1 8 30 6 3$ 37 47 39. 61 41 41
.. Piadephia i

.. riz. 1 8 1 -
Calif.. 296 333 298 224 60 75 139 57 46 46 100 217 306
Floridf 88 19 345 466 430 505 605 599 .595 386 119
total 384 3 62 652 S64 95 603 45

A . 1 1 3 ... 1 "
136 15e 126 101 22 1' 39 129 114 124 186 163 14
orida 20 .. 202 15 122 174 220 203 201 130 42
STex.. .- a 3 1 "a -3
Total 156 155 126 11 228 2 265 307 334 328.. 387 293 158
,- ... . -, .
Ar2.f <* 2 .. 1 3 2 - a a
Clif. 56 37 35 48 95 91 94 95 78 135 89 .59
aloda 3 -. 5 5 -

o 56 37 8 92. 9 9 83 140 89 5

Ari 8. 6 3. 3 -
Calif. 13 131 83 O0 16. 105. 105 ?7 8 124 130. 128 99
.lorida 10 4. 6 11 88 101 131 86 95 53 26
S Tex. 4 29. .19 7 3 2 -
al 12 131 83111 217 21 225 18


S..1 ..27 2 16 13 . 30 38 37 27 27 48 39 35



A?- a.1 2 1 5 5 3 -
CeAif. 50 43 111 38. 38 .59 69 45 17 53 147. 96. 62
.Tol .50 43 38 9 1 22 58 151


4p:"' '* "". ,, .i. "





19 -
MCALOT UNIa=DS :07 ~BGS Ain 8 CITIESS 890M J-iY 1943 TE R JUIE 1944
BY M=Wa S AED BY STATES OF iRBIGlU (CONT'D)*


State


J ULYI B*'II.S I OC~1. i BO *I~Ii. Jo~ B~a APR.j MaY~ j JElahIEJ~ JULY


Washington, D. C.
Ariz. -i- 1 -
Calif. 84 75 41 30 18 31 15 10 5 6 19 38 84
Florida 14 11 109 115 99 139 152 168 149 104 20
leg,. 5 1 ... _. -
Total 98 75 41 41 128 146 115 149 157 174 168 142 104
*- Origin not specified. in most instances, refers to "Ioports".
Cleveland, Detroit and Seattle unloads unavailable for the 1943-44 season.














CARIOT UNLOADS OF7 GRPEFRUIT in 22 CITIES SROM JTLY 1943 -TE~ JLY 1944
BY ,MsNTS AND BY SAMES OF ORIGIN*


State

Lante


it3


Bal


A.iz. -~- 1 6
Calif. 3 3
Florida 1 10 18 14 19 23 35 31 28 8 -
x. 1 3 2 1 -
Total 4 11 18 17 21 24 35 31 28 12 7


timrbre
Ariz. 7
Calif. 16 -- 4 4
Florida 2 13 56 33 46 37 55 53 64 34 18
Te. 1 11 20 21 14 9 3 -
Total 18 14 67 53 67 51 64 56 64 38 29


Boston
Aiz 1 3 14
Calif. 29 10 3 23 55
Florida 3. 25 90 53 114 115 131 114 160 67 25
Tex. 3 57 60 50 40 14 6 -
Not Specified 3 3 -
Total 32 10 3 31 147 113 164 155 145 120 164 93, 94
Chicago
Ariz. 3 11. 11
Calif. 54 23 4 45 53
Florida 10 1 33 43 8 5 15 95 103 188 102 7
Tex. 58 215 38 264 281 255 147 37 -
Total 67 23 1 92 258 246 269R 296 350-. 250 229 .158 71


-I ' -~ -


JULY AUG. SEPT. IOCT. N1OV. DEC.| JAN. IEB MAR.I APR. MAsY I JUN JULY





20 -
GArLO UIVQMADS OF AL0Rm TJinT 22 CITIES BMQM JULY 1943 N t1S JULY 1944
s aP BY ST&MS O: 0BiGiNC (Co f)*i

state ULY AUAE. SEB;. 'OCT. IoK)V DEC. zAW.. iRe. aC.T MAY J sUE JULYS

Cincirmati .. 4 i 2
Ariz. 1 4 1
Calif. 2 -4 1 2. 19
Florida 4 13 29 4 18 21 29 50 56 26 2
Tex. 7 53 55 70 65 58 30 11 -
T-otal 7. ,:.! 4 .'. iF .2 82 9 88 i 86 87 8 72' 64 23

Ariz. 8 .3
Calif. 6 1 -4
lorida 3, -
Tex. 6 20 22 34 30 39 39 15
Totel 6 1 $ i 22 : 34 30 39 39 23 13 7
Denvei; .
iz. 4 1 1 9 -
Calif. 13 3 1 1 12 15 4
Florida 1 7 10
Tex. ? 50 38 65 59 70 47 27 -
-Total 13 3 '.. 54 .9 65 60. 70 .50 55 25 4
Fort Worth 4
Ariz. .
Calif. 8 2 -9
Florida 1 -
Tex. .13 12 8 11 15 17 17 -
total 8 2 2 13 12 8 11 15 17 17 9 9
Kansa City 3
Ariz.. 3 .- 1 1 3
Calif. 18 32 1 11 8
SFloida .- 3 11 -
Tax. 1 18 72 59 89 84 98 62 25 1 -
S'otal- 21" 2 .21 74 59, 89 84 98 67" 51 36 11
o izees .. 9 ..15.. 18 24 17.. 57 82 .......33 31
SCall" 1 3 -- -
Total .- 1 9 15 19; 27 17 57 82 33 31
e o .. .. ... 1 1 1
Cali. 10 4 1 .1 ,. 1 3 181 4
Florida. j. .2 13 1 3 14 38 -
Tex. .. .9 77 47 .61 60 62 31 11
Total 10 4 11 91 48 61 60 67 47 52 19. 5
New Orleans
Ariz. .- -
Calif. 9 1 2- - - 3
Florida 2. 1. 2 1 3. 6 9 3
Tex. 5 14 16 20 33 10 5. 1 -
Total 11 1 7 16 16 2 20 33 13 11 13 7.
New York City
riz 1 6 2 9 6
Calif. 61 59 2 1 1 4 57 119
Florida 15 69 382 405 518 /481 490 454 506 216 35
Tax. 19 146 101 58 .62 .1 11
Not Specified .6 21 .
Total. 76 59 109 530 512 577 543 511 465 512 282 160


Oak


3and, Calif.
.Aiz. .- .- ..- 11 12 16- 14 9 13 11 16 7
cali. .7 1 2 6 8 10 .7 15 5 6 8.
Total 7 1.. 1. 24" 16 28 16 22 15





21 -

CARLO UNLOADS OF IBAPEFUIT in 22 CITIES ~BQ1 JULY 1943 BRU JULY 1944
BYM3NIS.AND BY STATES Or ORIGIN (CONT'D)* -


JULY AUG. SEPT.I OCT. 10V.1 DEC. JAN. IB. Ml A.R. 1. MAY JUIE JULY


Oklahoma City
Ariz. 5 -
Calif. 2 -
Florida -
Tex. -


Total 7 -
Philadelphia


- 10 26
- 10. 26


- 1 7 2
- 1 1 1 4

8 25 28 27 19 9 -
8 25 29 28 20 .18 8


Ariz.- 3
Calif. 15 8 2 8 15
Florida 6 17 101 88 131 131 191 157 165 92 36
Tex. 2 55 83 58 44 15 4 2
NotSpecified 8 5 -
Total 21 .8 10 24 156 171 189 175 206 161 167 100CO 54


8
3

Li 11


S 2 12 15
- 1 8 14
11 37 8 19 32 63 53 92 32 5
6 69 57 84 80 65 39 -
17 106 65 103 112 128 92 95 52 34


Portland. Ore.
Ariz.
Calif.
Florida
Tex.
Total
St. Louis
Ariz.
Calif.
Florida
Tex.


1
22 12
1

24 12


. Total 0 4
Total 10 4


St. Pau
Cali
Flor
Tex.


WSa


Wa


.0
f. 1 -
'ida -

Total 1 -


- 13 23 12 11 32 17 18 20 8
- 1 7 2 3 4 3 7 6 10
- 3 2 1 2 4 9 11 14 1
- 21 15 16 23 17 16 3 -
- 38 47 31 39 57 45 39 40 19


- --- 6 8
S6 14 7
- 4 3 2 39 37 45 14
- 12 83 87 92 113 132 60 30 -
-. 16 86 87. 92 113 134 99 73 65 29


1 1 7..
- .2 2 2 -7 -
- 19 14 20 17 15 14 3 .-
- 21 14 20 17 17 17 11 7


1 Francisco
riz. 16 35 26 16 19 20 31 15 10
Calif. 31 18 3 15. 35 23 19 17 24 26 27
Total 31 18 19 50 61 39 38 37 55 41- 37
shington, D. C.
Ariz. 12 13
Calif. 13 5 2 5, 2
Florida 1 18 46 37 42 25 41 56 60 14 4
Tex. 1 16 22 21 15 23 3 2 -
Total 14 5 "- 19 62 61 63 40 64 59 60 .33 19


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

Cleveland, Detroit and Seattle unloads unavailable for the 1943-44 season.


State


Pittsburgh
Ariz.
-Calif.
Florida
Tax.
T te


- --


-


6


. .- -


- --- --~ ---~


i I


?- ----


ov






cBS~1~_~_9_l~~~s Ena22.GEtTE 3s'2CZ~


EBOM 0C~LB3ER 1943 TRU MAY 1944


Citr OCT. NOV. DEC. JAL. SB. MAR. A|R. MAY

Atlanta 11 14 .1 ..
Baltimore 40 47 12 1 1
Boston 95 112 16 1 1
Chicago .- 1 182 157 16 -
Cincinati 6 58 40 14 1
Dallas --, 3 4 -
Denver 6 9 -
Fort Worth -
Kansas Cibty -. .. 15 21 .6 1
Los Angeles -- - -
Minneapolis 17. 31 6 -
New Orleans 3 10 --
New York City 3' 263 310 68 .5 8: 1
Oakland, Calif. -
Oklahoma City 4 1 -. -
Philadelphia 1 77 147 23 -
Pit~augh 66 102 13 -
Portland, Ore.--- 2 4 2 -
St. Louis #.- -' 18 18 4 -
St. aul 1 --
.Sn Irancisco -
Washington, D. 'C. 23 22 1 -


S-- Aaditional tangerine unloadst


-Chicago
Dallas
Kansas City
St. Loui s


Nov. T- ex.
Nov. Te.'
Nov. La..
Dec. *- La.


Los Angeles.


1 car
2 cars
2 cars
1 car


--. Dec. Calif. 2


Portland, Ore. ...-- Dec. Calif. 2
Dec. La. 2


Cleveland, Detroit and Seattle unloads unavailable for the 1943.44 season.


II IB


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23 -

CaBRDT UAlDS OF MIXED CITRUS in 22 CITIES BsM JULY 1943 EBE3 JLY 1944
BY MINMS AND BY STATES O01 ORIGIN


JULY AU.i SET. OCT. 1V. DEC. JAN. E. MA. AR. MAY Y


Atlaata
Calif.
Florida
STotal
*Baltimore
Calif.
Florida
*e.x.


3 -
3 -


- 2
3 -


1 ..
1 10 44 50 15 *8
2 10 44 50 15 8


5 1
51 -
2 35 68 50 47 41
1 ---


8- 1
8 10 3
8 10 4


1 4
25 18 7
- -


Total 3 2 2 8 35 68 50 48 41 37 25 19 11.
Boston
Calif. 8 2 3 1 3
Florida 1 17 49 50 23 35 19 22 17 1
Ter. -
Total 8 2 1 17 51 50 23 35 19 25 .18 4
C1 .C3ag 1
A riz. -. 7 3 3 1 1
Calif. 23 21 7 4 5 1 8 6 3 7 10 32
Florida 3 16 54 40 21 18 17 17 10 -
Tex. 24 112 19 8 5 3 2 -
Total 23 21 34 132 85 5. 37 27 23 24 20 33


Cincinnati
Ariz.
Calif.
Florida
m-


o. -
Total 2 1 -


Dallas
Calif.
Florida
Tjk


.exa. -


Denver
Ariz.
Calif.
Florida
* Te,


- 3 1 -
3 9 29 28 25 23
2 11 4 1 -
5 20 36 29 27 23


- 3 9 138 8
3 .9 13 9 8 8


- 1 1 -
S 1 1 -

- 5 26 13 7 11 4
- 5 26 15 7 13 4


- 5 6
21 10 2

21 15 8
21 15 8


1 -
1 -
1 -.-...


1 1 -
1 5 4
- 1
-2 6 5
2 6 5


,t Worth
Calif. 1 3 2 1 1 1 1
Tex.. 3 8 2 4 3 -
Total. 1 3 2 3 8 2 4 4 1 .1 1


Kansas City
.Ariz.
Calif.
Florida
Tex.


1 2 1 -
-. 1 1 3
- 7 1 1
1 2 1 8 2 4


a Z
2 2


2 1 -
1 2 8
S 3 -
S 6- 8
3 6 8


Los Anreles


Ariz. 1 1 1 -
Total *-- 1 1 -
,r o l-r is' o


Calif.
Florida


T'ex.
Total


5 2 1 -
S 2 3 8
S 17 6 1
5 2 19 10 -


-3 5


-
1 3 -
- -
1 3 -


'dOaldand City


State


For


Uiir


- r r-


* ' '


3-


. . . ... .. . i l


I A


--


i i I


. . .. iIl


- LYU Y


^ -


. .


^


Los An~ele


Total 2


Total


I I I il I l l


otnal





24S in
Ca.tBlOarDADS a uIED CIPEZS in 22 CITZBS M JUY .1943. JetrY 1944


sBY 1MaN AD mBY0 sTaEs ,oa Oix (coTi'm)


State


I JULY' -Ajl Et. I C| ~OlT. 0Ec.] JA.| M AR. I. JPR. M J B JmY


. 81--. 2 10
Florida 6 10 14 10 2 4 19 4
.. ... S . f . .... -.. .- .
ex. 7 a -
Total 4 2 *. 8 13 .11 16 13 4 4 19 7 14
NTew York Ci'ty
Aris. -- - 1. -
alif 9 37 10. .1 .. 1 1 1 1 1 9 64
Florida 4.- -' 6 109 228 310.. 33 192 179 199 121 13
-.- .. . .. 13 4 -
Ttc+al 13 37 10 8 122 23M. 311 234 193 180 200 132 77
Oklahama City .
STe l .. .. ... ...- .- -- "


C al 1 17 1 1 2 '. 1 1 7 1 3 17 ._
Florida 3 -. 42 16$ 141 78, 57 47 83 30 .15
.... -. I 1 -,


ri ,, j "* .. ,. . 2 3,
*Total 2 17 1 50 108 141 79 58 54 84 5 32
rPittitou 2 3

Calif. 14 19 1 1 2 1 3 1 2 3 6 10
Florida .. 1 23 53 58 38 30 30 40 13 4
A. 3 11 1 4 -
'ota 14- 19 1 5 34 56 63 41 31 32 43 s .2 1
Pcorth-baA. Ot.
Ariz, .- .. 1 '
Calif. 4 5 2 1 4 1 4 3 4. 1
,.* E= ,- -, ., : 3 ..1 ...-- .. .
STotal' 4 2 1 4 1 4 3 -: 5 1
St. Louis

*, Calif.. 2 1 1 4 1 8 14
'lorida 1 20 11 5 5 10 14 3 3
M 11 45 17 7 5 5 2 2 -
'Total 6 8- 12 4 37 '19 14 10 2 15V 12 17 W
St.6 Pul. A
Calif. 3 1 -
Florida 2- - 1 2 -
Tex, 3 19 4 7 3 -3 -
Total 3 1 4 20 4 7 3 3 4 2 2 2


A anc sco \
Ariz. -. 1 -

To tal 1 1. .. ... '2 --
,. ,. . ,1 ,


washipton. D. L.
Calif.
Florida


.exo,
Total


Cleveland, Detroit and. Seattle unloads unavailable for the 1943.44 season.


1 1 2 1 1 -
1 .20 39- 36. -19 14 17 9 15 6
S. .. ;1" 2 .
1 1 '2 22 41 36 19 14- 18 10 15 6


- -


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25 -

unct ScaIPS Ops aoRANGES ini 3 CITIES Ori JUTY 1943 T.EgJ JULY 1944
BY NDRNIS AMJD BY' STASO OF I IS, AEE0BXJMgB CARROTS


State


JULY A1.ISET. C0. m107-. DIE. JAN. 1BM. E. PR. JULY


Florida 2 61 156 115 72 85 77 62 53 32 5
Ta. o 2 1 56 5 72 85 77 62 53 32 5
Total 2 62156 1 72 5 77 62 -53- 39 5


Bos

CfM 1


tfon..
S Total .


Florida
m-_


2 24
3 4.


6 14 11
- *- 1


5 9 1
1 -


Te1. .
Te .
.L~~. -~ -. -A -- i l


TO.l -
isas City


Total .- 13 6 4 4 5 1 .1 -


SAngeles
Ariz. 2- 6 2 -
alif. 267 342 362 448 470 386 4 389 467 455 449 317 240
nToal 267 342 362 448 472 386 31l 395 469 455 449 318 240


New Orleans
Florida
La.
T ox.
Total


.SNe


- a
- -


S 3 1 1 -
3 36 68 62 24 16 13 4 -
4 '5 -1 -
7 44 70 62 25 16 13 4 -


SYork City* -
Total- ...


Oakland. Calif.
Ariz. 1 -
C 96 68 96 31 76 111 99 101 126 70 52 61 26
Total 96 68 96 31 76 111 99 101 127 70 52 61 26


Phi

-p


laelphia
Cal--. 1 -
Fla. l 10 3 1 1# i I 1
Total 1 10 3 1 1 1 1 1

STotal ,- -- - -


St. Louis
Florida 1 18 3 2 1
Te. 2 4 1 -
Total 3 22 3 2 1 -
Sen Francisco
Ariz. -- 6 -
Calif. 125 85 116 69 100 134 112 131. 206 160 74 62 .6
Total 125 85 116 69 100 134 .112 131 212 160 74 62 61
ashington, D. C.
Florida 1 2 8 3 3 4 4. 1 1 -
#iot Specified 1 1 1 1 ---
T1 1 1 3 8 3 3 6- 4 1 1 61 -


#-By truck from other markets.


Ka,


Los

*


I ----


I- --~- I-~.--~i~---l -


L I


,, - [


0 v 1


M an


t 14 1


. .


mj-IA i.





.. 26 -..
U CE IBCIPTS or GRAPFEBiP in 13 CITES fBOM JULY 1943 ,EB JULY 1944
BY NOYNaS AIDs BY S-5N oTAS ori0Gm APPoxSiWA CAots

State 1JULY AU. SPT. OCT. V. DEC.. JAN.. M. MA A., MA. JU. JULY


A-blanta
Calid
Flor
Tex.

. .- .."L-


da 1 15 19 14 9 13 10 13 9 2
a .. .. 5 15 9 13 1- 2 -. -2
rotal 1. ..2 23 24 6 15 9 13 12 13 9 2


Total -
Ghicago
- lorida 1 2 1 3 | 3
Tex. 3 3 1 2 2 2 2 -
Total -4 4 -- 1 3 5 4 5 -

Florida -. -
Tex.: .. 11 2 .2 2 1 2 3 -
m- .1 11 2 2- 1" 2 3 1. -


'.o lW -1- -
Los eles
Ariz. .. 12 132 115. 112 123 93 96 114 50 43
Calif. 13 71 8 .. 36 38 80 45 120 82 50 48 42
Sl+1 137 .... 8. 12 168 153 192 168 213 178 164 98 85


New Orleans
Florida 1 -.
Sla. 1.1 1 -
Tex. . 3 1. -
Total 4 3 .- .- .1 "
SNew York City
Total-. -.-.- --.-.-
Oakland,. .Calif .
Ariz. 1 -14 10 3 4 9 1 1 -
Calif. 13 2 1 1 4 7 8 18 6 2 2
Total 12 3 16 14 10 12 27 7 3 2 1


Philadelphia


Florida
Tex. !
.. -Total


.- -. .
- -. 1 3 1 1 -

- a 1 3 2, 1 -


- 1
-. 1


- 2


rittsbur gh
t otal - T o.. -


St Loui s


) -


Tex. 1 ---
Total 1 2 1 -
San Francisco
Ajiz. -- 1 16 9 3 1 9 3 1 -
alif 8 1 13 14 16 11 1 23 12 7
STotal 8 8 1 1 29 23 19 12 60 26 13 7 5
Washington, D. C.
Tro.ida -. 1 1 -
Total - -1 1 -


#-By truck from other markets.


0


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27 -

JCg 1BE]SMP.TS or~ iBISES .sM 13 CITIES EBoM JMUL 1943 IB JULY 1944
BY Ig5=9 AMD BY STATES OF ORIGIN,. P AP1OXIM&S GCIIDTS


State I JULY Av*.lT1. OCT-TIV. C.I MOI. IJ. I. M6R. W "A MAY I JUE JULY


Atlanta


Florida a 11 61 29 15 2 -
Total 11 61 29 15 2 - -
ston


Total ---- -
Chi-c.go .
Florida 1 11 11 3 1 -"
Total 1 11 11 3 1 -
Kansas City
Florida 2 -.

ATei. -
Total -----5 2- --


Calif. 1 47 26 25 7 1 -
Total - 1496 25 7 1 -


New Orleans
Florida
ELA. -


S 2. 1
- 1 a. 3 6 .


Total 81 -
New York City
Florida- 1 *
Total 1 .. -. -
Oakland,. Calif.
Total 7 2 1 2 -
Pbiladelphia


Florida 2 2- -
Total .- 2 -


PittsburAh


Total --..- -
z Louis
Florida - 8 1 2 .
Total .. 8 .1 2 -
F Francisco
Calif. 2 14 6 .3 2 2 - -
Total 2- 14 6 3 2 2 -


Washington,- D. C.
Total .- -,


HO:a Conversion figure, truck receipts, oranges and grapefruit, Florida and Texas
400 boxes per car California and. Arizona 463 boxes per car; Tangerines, Florida
800 1/2-boxes, per car.


S4~E~


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1.






D~fiR'Clffnarns .rn-~m38,..rr


Destination.' n approximately 97 per cent of florida? a total citrus shipments,
by rail, were obtained& during the 1943-44 season or on near.y 80,000 cars.... Of this
amount, the orange distribution accounted fo1 moire.lhan 50,000. oars,- o 50,762; grape.
fruit- i-,930 tangerines 3,882'and mixed citrus 13,108 for a grand total of 79,682;cars.
As in 1942-43, the citrus distribution was entirely by -rail. and truck.with no. boat ship-
pments.. Gasoline and tire regulations and restrictions again curtailed the truck movement
very materially and resulted in a much heavier rail movement, particularly to the Softh-
east.
In comparing the 1943-44, ril destinations with previous years,. the prevailing
trend. 4urin, the past two seasons coiocide&d very closely, with a -mch more equitable dis-
.ribution than occurred iii the fiv6+year "period from 1937-38 to 1940-41. Time'and again,
.in 1943-44, more liberal supplies of florida. citrus'were destined' to. the "west" & "south
and relieved the eastern markets of .thowise excessive receipts. New York State, as an.
example,, during the 1943-44 season, -accounted for ,only 11,769 straight rail cars of Florida
oranges out of a grand total of almost 51,000, or considerably .less than 1/4 as against nearly
1/3 in 1938-39 when 15,621 cars were received out ofa 'total of 47,511.- In contrast, many
southein:.and western states increased their proportionate receipts accordingly. Ie T
California Valencia and Navel seasons the past two years did not overlap as much as in
:.some seasons and this development, together with an exceptionally light orange movement at
times from California resulted in more Florida fruit reaching the West and Mid-west. Such
States as Arkansas, Iowa, Kansas, MiAnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North and South-Dakota,;
"Oklahoma, Oregon, Texas,Utah, Washington al Wisconsin received the bulk of 'their Florida
;orange supplies either early in the season or during November and December when there
was a break in Califbrnia shipments, or toward the end of the Florida Valencia season'ili
April and May.
In grapefruit, Florida' s peak movement during the 1943-44 .season' occurred the
first week in May when. the Texas shipments. werie declining rapidly.. Distribution, at.this
time, was widespread 'and included both he middle and western states in. considerable volume.
Points like Des Moines' Iowa received 34 f their 35 straight rail cars of Florida rape-
fruit after February. Minneapolis-received 50 of their 80 cars of Florida grapefruit af-
ter March and 26 cars of the remainder in October and November. Practically all of the mid
.west and western poi._ts followed.a similar trend in their Florida grapefruit receipts.
With more tha 1,000 cars less in the final'distribution figures of Florida tan-
gerines, due to a tiihter crop, such States as.Alabama, Arkansas, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa,
Kansas, Kentucky, Minnesota, Mitsisippi, North and South Carolana, Oregon, Oklahoma,
Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia and Wisconsin received more straight
ccmnercial rail cars than a year ago while receipts in the generally over-loaded eastern
States of New York and zPnnsylvania were nich lighter, In addition to the. Domestic tanger-
ine distribution, there were comparatively heavy destinations to Foreign points, partiou-
larly in the PaciEic Northwest, where Japanese fruit prior to the War dominated the mar-
kets, The detailed information on this distribution cannot be released at this time be-
cause of war restrictions on such data.
Following the lapse of the 1942-43 season, the truck distribution was again made
available for 1943-44. VolVme movement by truok showed a decided decrease. In oranges,
the truck destinations were only slightly more than :1/. of the'1940-41 season and little
more than 1/2 of 1941-42. Grapefruit- showed 'even more of-a decline or considerably less
than 1/4- of :the 1940-41 distribution and about 1/3 of the 1941-42. Tangerines, on the
other hand, consistently" in strong 'demand during the entire 1943-44 season, held up remank-
.a~ly well in truck. volume by nearly equalling the 1940 41 figures and exceeding slightly
those of 1941-42. ,The most equitable Florida distribution, by truck was in tangerines wirth
numerous relatively distant points receiving 'comparatively heavy receipts.



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 af-
ter it was closed and destinations of these shipments were not made available.
Also unavailable were destinations on 2,960 ears of l.c.l mixed citrus shipments
(consolidated into car-lots) via, express. The passing through the Florida gate-
ways, Potomac Yard and Cincinnati (corrected.by diversions at Savannah, Atlanta
and Cincinnati) form the basis of the distribution figures. sail diversions ac-
ccmplished beyond Potamac Yard and Cincinnati and those beyond the Florida gate-
ways and unloaded this side of Potcmac Yard and Cincinnati were not reported. .


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1A.TT ms za I mi=n cUiffs 1943 ..e so


Alexandria City
Andalusia
Anniston
Athens
Atmore
#Birmingham
Calhoun
Cam p ucker
Camp Siebert
Clanton
Clayton
Collinsville
Daleville
Decatur
Demopolis
Dothan
Elba
Eufaula
Florence
* Ft. Mc Clellan
Ft. Payne
Gadsden
Greenville
Huntsville
Jasper
Lafayette
Maxwell Field
Mobile
Montgomery
Opelika
Petrey
Selma
Sheffield
Shelby
Sylacauga
Talladega
Troy
Tuscaloosa
Winfield
work
Total


0P TICgum (Cont'd) 1
Greenwich 14
Hartford 314
Manchester 3
New Britain 11
New Haven 197
Norwalk 5
Norwich 17
South Manchester 1
South Norwalk 5
Terryville 16
Waterbury 38
Total 7


1
3
15
1
583
1
1
9
1
1
8
20
3
11
1
1
17
3
27
2
24
2
1
5
81
147
2
1
56
12
1
3
2
4
27
2
T 0-98'


Blytheville 1
Camp Jos. T.Robinson 4
Dennis 1
De Queen 1
El Dorado 6
Ft. Smith 3
Helena 31
Hot Springs 1
Jerome 2
Jonesboro 20
Little Rock 65
Pine Bluff 2
Bohwer 1
Texarkana 12
Total 150


Denver
Pueblo
Total

Bridgeport
Eastfartford


8



104
130


Milford
Seaford
Wilmington
Total


Jacksonville
Pensacola
Tallahassee
1ieressa


8

3


2
31
6
-ii


GEGBGIA
Albany
Americus
Athens
Atlanta
Augusta
Cairo
Camilla
Camp Gordon
Camp Warner Robbins
Camp Wheeler
Cedartown
Columbus
Cordele
Dalton
Decatur
Dublin
Eastman
#verett
Ft. Benning
Ft. Mo Pherson
Ft. Oglethorpe
Franklinton
Gainesville
Griffin
Grovetown
La Grange
Macon
Madison
Milledgeville
Moultrie
Newnan
Oakland City
Port Wentworth
Bonme
bossville


GjBgIt (Cont'd)


homasville.
Tifton
Trion
Vidalia
Wadley
Walthourville
Waynesboro
West Point
Total
ILLtNOIS
Bloomington
Cairo
Camn Ellis
Carbondale
Centralia
Champaign
Chicago
Danville
Decatur
Dixon
#East St. Louis
Eldorado
Galesburg
Great Lakes,
Harrisburg
Kankakee
Macomb
Madison
Monrouth
Peoria
Quincy
Robinson
Rockford
Rock Island
Scott Field
Sheridan
Springfield
Table Grove
West Frankfort


Bloomington
Camp Atterbury
Edinburg
Evansville
Ft. Wayne
Gary
Green Castle
Greensburg
Indianapolis
Jeffersonville
Kokamo
La Fayette
Lawrenceburg
Logansport
Madison
Marion
Mishawaka
Muncie
New Albaany
Peru
Richbond


61
2
1
64
1
1





1
3
10
1
16
1
1
13



1
2,443


38
38





3
4
24
2
1
1
1
1
51
5
1
18
9
2
1
14
6
6


5
1
3
202
95
11
1
8
431
47
4
11 -
2
5
1
1
25
33
1
7


DIST. OF Q IA
Rashington 1.0a
Total 1,104




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it.I msITRIS'UTIDON.aRA. CITRIS ,194344 .SES

aBrigay (ur3meP)


.I DI.4. (Cont' d)
Seymour
Shelbyville
South Bend
Terre Haute
Vincennes
Wabash
Total

Burlington,
Carroll
Cedar Bapids
Creston
SDavenport
, Des Moines
Dubuque
Dyersville
Estherville
Ft. Dodge
SMason City
*Muscatine
Otturmwa
Sioux City
Waterloo
Total

Great Bend.
SHutchinson
Kansas City.
Manhattan
Pittsburg
Salina
TopekIa
Wellington
Wichita
Total

Ashland
Bowling Green
Campbellsville
:Corbin
Danville
East Bernstadt
Edgoten
Ft. Knox
Glasgow
Harlan
Hazard
R Henderson
Jackson
Lexington
Lothair
Louisville
Mayfield
Maysville
Middlesboro
Morganfield
Owen oro
Paducah
Paintsville
Pikeville
Pineville
Richmond
Shelbyville


5
1
22
30



2
1
7
1
8
49
3
1
3
1
3
1
1
4


1
9
2
1
3
4
3
1
7


16
2
2
9
2
1
24'
10
4
38
8
4
1
126
1
481
2
1
4
7
8
25
54
13
2
1
1
1


KENTUCKY (Cont'd)
Somerset
Total
IUISIANA
rAlexandria 28
Baton Rouge 41
Bogalusa 1
Bringhurst 1
Camp Claiborne 9
Camp Harahan 13
Camp Livingston 3.
Csdy Polk 3
Gretna 1
Lafayette 15
Lake.Charles 10
Leesville 7
.Monroe ,50
: New Orleans 635
Opelousas 1
Plaquamine, 1
Shreveport 28
'iSinns
Total T

-Bangor 6
Deering Jot 27
Lewiston 4
Portland 114
Total 151

Aberdeen 5
Bainbridge 1
Baltimore 2,100
Cambridge 1
Colora 24
Cumberland 5
Ft. Meade 16
Gwynns Run 3
Hagerstown 43
Middle River 1
Pocomoke 4
Salisbury .
Total 2210
MASSAM9USETTS
Ayer 9
Boston ; 2,498
Brockton 2
Cambridge 17
Charlestown 4
Concord 1
Dorchester 5
East Cambridge 3
Fitchburg 5
Ft.. Devons 7
Haverhill 1
Holyoke 5
Hyannis 4
New Bedford 6
North Falt3outh 3
Quinoy 2
Somerville. 447
Springfield 249
Worcester 30
Total =99


MICHIGAN
Battle Creek
Bay City
Benton Harbor
Detroit
Flint
Ft. Custer
Grand Rapids
Houghton
Ishpeaing
Jackson
Kalama'oo
Lansing
Midlad.
Maskegon
Owosso
Saginaw
Sault Ste Marie
Sturgis
Total


10
4
1
1,422
64
1
239
1
27
7
26
7
2
1
2
'4
2
1'


Alber Lea 1
Duluth 8
Manmato 4
Marshall 1
Minneapolis 179
Rochester 1
St. Cloud 2
St. Paul 11
Thief River Falls 2
Winona 3
Total 212


MISSISSIPPI
Batesville
Belzoni
Biloxi
Brookhaven
Brooksville
Camp Me Cain
Camp Shelby
Canton
Centreville
Clarksdale
Columbus
Corinth
Drew
Durant
Elliott (Camp)
Greenville
Greenwood
Grenada
GBulfport
Hattiesburg
Houston
Indianola
Jackson
Keedler Field
Laurel .
Louisville
Me Comb
Meridian
Natchez
New Albany
Newton
Pascagoula
Philadelphia


1
1
21
14
10
2
34
3
8
1
10
.4
8
1
12
70
37
11
13
47
.14
1


36
2
.1
45
21
2
1.
8
8





31 -

RAIL DISTIUTION FLORII CITRUS 1943.44 EASON

ORANGES CONTINUEW )


ISSISSPPI (Cont'd)
Picayune 1
Quitmaran 1
Sherman 3
Tehula 1
Tupelo 63
Utica 1
Vicksburg 4
West Point 19
Winona 1
Woodville 1
Yazoo City
Total _669


MISOURI
Cape Girardeau
Columbia
Hannibal
Joplin
Kansas City
Kennett
Me Elhany
Newburg
St. Joseph
St. Louis
Springfield
Total

Billings
Butte
Total

Grand Island
Hastings
Lincoln
Norfolk
Omaha
Total
NEW RAMPSHIRE
Manchester
Woodsville
Total


4
1
1
4
118
1
5
1
1
603







3
1
13
2



7
8
3
1


NEW JERSEY
Asbury Park 5
Bayonne 10
Bridgeton 1
Camden 1
Dundee 4
Elizabeth 3
Ft. Dix 28
Garfield 1
Hawthorne 15
Jersey City 237
Lakeview 1
MahbattanProduce Tan. 1
Newark 321
New Brunswick 2
North Hawthorne 128
North Newark 1
Passaic 2
Paterson 6
Perth Anboy 1
Rutherford 66


W JRSEY (Cont'd)
Trenton 17
Vineland 1
Waterford 1
Waverly 3
Total T--
NEW IYORK
Albany .291
Bingbanton 53
Brighton 2
Bronx 6
Brooklyn 46
Buffalo 593
Bushwick 1
Cortland 6
Elba 1
Elmira 40
Fallsburgh 1
Farmingdale 3
Fresh Pond 21
Garden City I
Geneva 1
Glens Falls
Earlem River 488
Hornell
Ithaca 1
Jamestown 20
Kendaia 21
Kingston 17
Liberty 10
Lockport 12
Long Island City 2
Maspeth 448
Menands 31
Middletown 13
Mt. Vernon 35
Newburgh 21
New Hampton 2
New York City 8,806
Niagara Falls 4
Norwich 14
Olean 6
Pine Camp 1
Plattsburg 4
Potsdam 2
Poughkeepsie 6
Rochester 260
Sanpson 1
Saranac Lake 1
Saratoga Springs 1
Schenectady 78
Syracuse 287
Troy 1
Utica .35
Waterford 28
Watertown 26
Total 1iT
EORT CARLIN
Aberdeen 6
Ahoskie 6
Albemarle 1
Asheville 109
Belmont 1
Bryson City 2
Burlington 29
Camp Butner 1


NORmT CAROL (Cont'd)
Camp Davis 5
Camp Lejeune 3
Camp Sutton 2
Charlotte 238
Cherry Point 10
Cherryville 4
Concord 2
Dunn 1
Durham 51
Elizabeth City 6
Elkin 1
Enfield 16
Fayetteville 14
Ft. Bragg 36
Gastonia 48
Goldsboro 73
Greensboro 123
Greenville 17
Halifax 1
e#amlet 3
Harris 1
Henderson 1
Hendersonville 3
Hickory 24
High Point 4
Hoffman 18
Hollyridge 12
Jacksonville 13
Kinston 21
Laurinburg 2
Lumberton 1
Me Nair 2
Marion 2
Monroe 3
Mooresville 1
Mt. Airy 34
Mt. Olive 2
Murphy 1
New Bern 3
New River 2
North Wilkesboro 2
Raleigh 184
Roanoke Rapids 1
Rockingh am 18
Rocky Mount 34
Salisbury 22
Sanford 24
Selma 1
Shelby 7
South Durham 55
Tabor City 1
Troy 1
Walnut Cove 1
Weldon 15
Whiteville 1
Wilkesboro 3
Wilkin 15
Wilmington 61
Wilson 4
Windsor 13
Winston Jet 1
Winston Salem 80
-Zebulon
Total 104
NORT DAD TA
Bismarck 1





32 -
RATL DISi~IBTIOIT N O~IDA Ca tS 1943.44 SEA 8O

aacgas (conTHESo) z *


NOT DAMDTA (Cont'd)
Devils Lake- 1
Fargo 3
Grand Forks
Total


Akron
Athens
Barnesville
Bellefontaine
Blanchester
Cambridge
Canton
Chillicothe
#Cincinnati
Cleveland
Columbius
Dayton
Defiance
'Fremont
Gallipolis
Hamilton
Ironton
Jackson
Lima
*L raine
Mansfield
Marietta
Massillon
Portsmouth
, Sringfield
ub enville"
ftkdo
Warren
Warrenite
Xenia
Youngstown
Zanesville
Total

Ardmore
Enid
Lawton
Oklahoma City
Shawnee
Tulsa,
Total


Astoria
Eugene
Portland
Salem
Total
PEVNSnLANIA
Allentown
Altoona
Ambler
Bedford
Bethlehem
Biglerville
Braddock
Brookville
Chambersburg
Charleroi


46
2
2



2
2,009
867
349
121
1
3
1
1
6
2
3
13
7
1


3

1
38
130
6


j1. 1
5
1
41
2
aQ


1
1
7
-r8

3
131
12
1
28
1
35
3

2
1


_NSVAN (Cont'ad)
Connellsville 2
Cresson 12
Coatesville 2
Denver 5
Du Bois 2
Engleside 23
Erie 5
Harrisburg 58.
Hazelton 10-
ISdutzdale 10
*iuntingdon 4
Indiantown Gap 2
Ingleside 1
SJohnstown 27
sane 5
Lancaster 15
Lebano. 17
,Lehighton 8
,Ailton 3
Mb. Herman 1
Seew Castle 3
Norristown' 7
.North East 2
ZTorthumberland 3
Philadelphia 4,748
Pittsburgh 1,348
Pottsville 14
Pottstown 1
Beading 84
Scottdale 2
SScranton 251
Sharon 5
Steelton 1
Stroudsburg 1
Sunbury 4
Tyrone 1
Uniontown 17
Warren 1
Washington 1
West Brownsville 1
Wilkes Barre 98
Williamsport 38
York 2
Total 7,054
RDI TSE IgAP
Newport 9
01neyville 62
Pawtucket 4
Providenoe 4
Total 49
SOUTq CAROLINA
Abbeville I1
Anderson 40
Belton 1
Bennettsville 2
Camp Me Call 2
Central 1
Charleston 127
Cheraw 1
Chester 24
Columbia 229
Conway 3
#Florence 35
Fort Jackson 32
.Georgetown 1


SOUTH .CABOLIA
Greenville
Greenwood
Lake City
Laurens
Marion
0a burg
3Port loyal.
Rock Hill
Seneca
Spartanburg
Samter
Total
9OU.r DAKOTA.
Aberdeen
Huron
Sioux Falls
Yank-on
Total


Bradford
Bristol
Brownsville
Camp Canpbell
Cam Forrest
Chattanooga
Clarksville
Cleveland
Columbia
Cookeville
Crossville
Dickson
Dyersburg
Fayetteville
Galatin
Harriman
Huntingdon
Jackson
Johnson City
Kingsport
Knoxville
Lebanon
Lexington
Me Kenzie
Mc Minnville
Martin
Maryville
Memphis
Millington
Morristown
Murfreesboro
Nashville
Newport
Pulaski
Ripley
Trenton
Tullahoma,
Union City
Waverly.


Mlene
Amarillo
Austin


(Cont d)
175
25
2
5
1
46
1
3
1
42
8715


V


2
1



5
95
1


10



3
2
.2
1



6
1
7
5




23
5





8'
164
2
3





3
2
2











1
494
5
81
1







484
4
2
5
23
5
8'






164
2
3
3
3
1
494
5
81
1
484
4
4
*1
1
49
3
...72





- 33 -


RAIL DImSIBUTIO'X ROsIDA CIkUS S-.1943.44 SEBON

OBA0GES (coimmpTu)


E =(Cont'd)
Beaumont 17
Brenham 1
Brownwood 1
Cameron 2
Camp Barkeley 1
Camp Fannin (Tyler) 1
Camp Howze 1
Camp Maxey 1
Cisco 1
Corpus Christi 2
Dallas 114
Fort Worthi 31
Greenville 1
Houston 85
Killeen. 2
Longview 9
Lubbock 1
Marshall 2
Paris 1
* San Angelo 4
San Antonio 41
Temple 4
Tyler 1
Waco 5
Wichita Falls 1
Willow Springs 1
Total e350


UTAH
Salt Lake City
Total


7
7


VEDNT
Burlington 12
St. Johnsbury 1
White River Jet. 4
Total 37

Accotink 6
Alexandria 8


VI GINI (Cont'd)
Berton
Blackstone
Bristol
Camp Lee
Camp Peary
Camp Pickett
Charlottesville
Covington
Darville
Diamond Springs
Fort Belvoir
Fort Eustis
Fort Lee
-Fort Story
Balax
Harrisonburg
Lee Hall
Lynchburg
Martinsville
Newport News
Norfolk
Orange
Phoebus
Portsmouth
#otomac Yard
Pulaski
Roanoke
Sewalls Point
South Boston
Staunton
Williamsburg
Total
WASHINGTON
Seattle
Spokane
Tacoma.
Walla, Walla
Total


1
25
6
23
4
1
1
31
31
14
3
2
5
1
1
6
6
77
11
55
393
3

6
30
2
29
11
899

29
5
1
2
%3


WEST VIRGINIA
Beckley 1
Berkeley Springs 1
Bluefield 59"
Charleston 103
Clarksburg 15
Fairmont 27
Huntington 131
Logan 18
Mabscott 16
Martinsburg 1
Morgantown 5
Moundsville 1
Mullens 4
Parkersburg 2
Princeton 14
Ronceverte 9
Wheeling 26
White Suahur SprL---
Total
WISCONSIN
Appleton 19
Appleton Jct 2
Camp Mc Coy 1
Fond du Lac 4
Green Bay 18
Kenosha 1
Madison 46
Manitoioc 4
Milwaukee 229
Oshkosh 1
Racine 4
Stevens Point 5
Wausau 9
Total 34
WYOMING
Cheyenne
Total 1
DESTINATIONS
Not Specified 1,132


GRAND TOTAL ORANGES 1943-44 SEASON 50,728 Cars.


# Diversion Points.


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I34 -

WXL DI8'!BUTIN LOERIDA CITJS -. 1943.44 S!18ThN


Andalusia
.Anni dton
#Birmingham
SDaleville
-.Ft. Mc Clellan
GeAsden
MapTell Field
Mobile
Montgamery
Total

Ft. Smith
Helena
Little Book
Total


Pueblo
Total
: CONNECTICUT
Bridgeport
East Hartford
Greenwich
Hartford
V- New Haven
Norwich
Wallingford
Total


1
1
113
2
2
2

3


1
1
7
-I

14



25
32
11
45
34
2
1^


SDover Total

PIST. OF COL MIBA
Washing -on 331
Total 331


Jacksonville
Pensacola
Total
5IA
Atlanta
Augusta
Columbus
Ft. Benning
Ft. Mc Pherson
Grovetown
Jesup
Macon
Milledgeville
Oakland City
Rome
Thomasville
i Walthourville
West Point
Total

Boise ,
Total


-4


170
1
8
6
4
1
1
7
2
2
4
10
9



4
4


ILLINOIS
'Carbondale
Champaign
Chicago
Danville
Decatur
Freeport
Great Lakes
Kankakee
Ottawa
Peoria
Rockford
Rock Island
Scott Field
Springfield
Table Grove
W est Frankfort
Total


Evansville
Ft, Benj.Harrison
Ft. Waye
.Geary
Ind.anapolis
Jeffersonville
La Fayette
South Ben&
Terr Haute
Total

Burlington
Cedar rapids
Davenport
Des Moines
Marshalltown
Mason City
Sioux City
Waterloo
Total

oria
Hutchinson
Kansas City
Wichita
Total

Cap reckenridge
Danville
Edgoten
Ft. Knox
Henderson
Lexington
Louisville
Paducah
Total
L ISIAA
Alexandria
Baton Rouge
Cean Claisorne
Caep Planche
Monroe


4
6
537
3
6
12
12
1
11
4
3
2
1
5

bs 5S


pUwXNA, (cont'd)
New Orleans
Total 51

2
Portland 27
Total 29

Baltimore 467
Color I




Boston 659
Charlestown 1
Ft. Devons 3
North Falmouth 2.
Somerville 112
Springfield 41
Worcester 3
Total -T


6
19
14
6
77
3
2
2
8


3
4
5
35
1
2
4
6
-I



1
-4



2
S18
8
1
16
72
4


1
1
1
1
4


Albion
Battle .Creek
Bay City
Detroit
Flint
Grand Rapids
Ironwood
Isbpening.
Jackson
Kalamazoo
Lansing
Owosso
Saginaw
Sturgis
Total
MIENESOTA
Duluth
Minneapolis
St. Paul
Winona
Total
MISSISSIPPI
Biloxi
Camp Shelby
Cam= Van Dorn
Centreville
Elliott (Caep)
Greenville
SGulfport
Hattiesburg
Jackson
Keesler Field
Total
MISS0tRI
Joplin
Kansas City '
St. Joseph


1
8
1
319
17
91
1
8
1
11
2
1
4
3



80
9
80
9


12
27
1
1
10
1
2
1
1



1
42
3




35 -

IRAIL 1SRIBUTION FtR=IDA CITUS ..1943.4 SEASON

GEaPaERUIT (aconTsume)


MISSOuRa (Cont'd)
St. Louis
Total

Billings
Bozeman
Butte
Great Falls
Havre
Helena
Total

Grand Island
North Platte
Omaha
Woodlawn
Total

Asb-ury Park
Bayonne
Camd'en
Elizabeth
Ft. Dix
Hawthorne
Jersey City
Newark
North Hawthorne
Butherford
South Kearney
Trenton
Waverly
Total

N*Y TORK
Alba4,r
Binghamton
Bronx
Brooklyn
Buffalo
* Elmira
Fresh Pond.
Geneva
Harlem Biver
Jamestown
Kendaia
Liberty
Maspeth
Menands
Middletown
Mt. Vernon
Newburgh.
New Rochelle
New York .City
Niagara Falls
Poughkeepsie
Rochester
Schenectady
Syracuse
Troy
Utica
Watertown
Total

Asheville
Asheville


3
6
10
5.
2
-5i
28

4
1
20
26

1
31
1
2
12
4
146
42
38
7
1
102



69
11
2
9
192
2
5
7
130
5
3
2
106
21
2
1
2
1
3,339
1
1
83
8
81
7
11
3
TIp


M ar.cAROLIn (Cont'a)
Burlington 6
CaMp Itner 1
Camp Lejeune 1
Charlotte 72
Cherry Point 1
Durham 14
Elkin 1
Fayetteville 1
Ft. Bragg 11
Gastonia 1
Goldsboro 7
Greensboro 30
Hickory 1
Hoffman 4
Hollyridge 7
Jacksonville 8
New Biver 2
Raleigh 40
Rocky Mount 1
Sanford 1
Shel-oy 1
South Durham 21
Wilkin 10
Wibnington 1
Winston Salem
Total

NORTI DIEDIA
Grand Forks 1
Jamestown 1
Total 2
OHIO
Akron 4
Bellefontaine 2
Canton 12
#Cincinnati 404
Cleveland 224
Columbus 96
Dayton 13
Gallipolis 3
Loraine 2
Massillon 3
Portsmouth 2
Springfield 5
Toledo 64
Xenia 4
Youngstown 71
Total 909

Braggs 1
Oklanama City 6
Palmer 1
Tulsa .
Total 16

Eugene 2
Portland 46
Salean
Total 49

Allentown 2
Altoona 43
Ambler 5


SBethlehim
.'Cresson
Denver
Erie
Harrisburg
Lebanon
Indiantown Gap
Johnstown
Kane
Latrobe
New Castle
Philadelphia
Pittsburgh
Lehighton
Reading
Scranton
Uniontown
Wilkes Barre
York
Total
RROIE ISlAND
Davisville
Newport
Olneyville
Pawtucket
Providence
Total

SOUTR CAROLINA
- Charleston
Chester
Columbia
fFlorence
Ft. Jackson
Greenville
Spartanburg
Total
SOUTH DADKTA
Sioux Falls
Total

Baxter
Camp Campbell
Camp Forrest
Chattanooga
Harriman
Huntingdon
Knoxville
Memphis
Morristown
Nashville
Tullahoma
Union City
Total

Dallas
Ft. Worth
Houston
Port Arthur
San Antonio
Total


2
2
2
10
1
2

1
8
1
5
1,190
290
2
7
77
2
14

1,669

5
2
11
1
48
9-

15
2
22
1
13
22
>4


3
3


1
1
3
10
1
1
19
42
19
70
9



2
1
3
1
104




I -,1 : 1 1


36 -

Fmr utan-Tsu-rir^anan cirs ., I.$;4AS1 ian
miseditLamanny


Salt lda -City __8L
Total

Burlington 2
Total 3


fISSINIA
Alexandria
Berton
Blackstone
Cae Lee
Camp Peary
CaaP Pickett
Covingtob
Diamond Springs
Bort Lee
Zarrisonburg
Lee Hall
Lyndburg
Newort News
oefolk


arStosBB(Cont'a)
Orieaa
Portsnouth
.Pulasis
Io tco Y&ax
Poaaoke
Sewalls Point
Williamsburg
Total


Seattle


Total ,


Charlesto
7aitnant
U be.oott
',' ~~f


1
2
2
8
8
1
6
7
1
1
3
2
5
120


1
S2
33
3
33
9

2
a2
8
30
12
5



8
11
82
9
1


Madieon
Aeauleo
Gmeen Bay
Madison
Milwnahe e
PEaine
Wauseanu
Total

0Eer
Cheyenne
STotal

No S flea


GRAND TOTAL GRAPMERUIT 1943-.44 SEASON 12,930 Cars


.


# Diversion Points.


Ii-.


7
2
1
2
6
1
16
72
.3

6..-9


-A

6869


I,


Wheeling (cona
Mogmown 1
Wheing. -4
total 3





.. 37 -
manalsonar massm claus .. 194544 arasex


Clanton
Montgoe


Helena
Total


18
--4


o o rado Springs 1
Denver
Total 0

Bridgeport 12
East Hatford 1
Hartford 42
.ew Eaven 20
Waterbury 3
STotal 7
DIS OF IMBIA
Washing


ilin~gton
Total


Atlanta,
Augusta
Columbus
Ft. Banning
Ft. Mc Pherson
ERcmne
Total

Carbondale
Chicago
Danille
Decatur
ast St. Louis
Peoria
Rock Island
Total
INDIAllA
Elwood
Evansville
Ft. Wayne
ndianapolis
Jeffersonville
Kokamo
La Fayette
Marion
Richmond
South Bend.
Terre Haute
Wabash
Total


21
1
1
1
14
-A

3
286
1
4
3
3
13



1
13
32
2
54

4
2
1
4
5


Davenport
Des Moines
Iowa Falls
Total

Zu inson
Salina .
Topeka
Wichita
Total


Lexington
Louisville
Paducah
Total
IMISIANA &
Aaradria
New Orleans
Total


Total

Baltimore
Color,
Hagerstiown
Total
MASSACHUSETTS
Boston
Somerville
Springfield.
Worcester
Total
MICIHBN
Battle Creek
Detroit
Flint
Grand Rapid.e
Ishpaning
Jackson
Kalanizoo
Total
WMINNESQTA
Duluth
Mankato
Minneapolis
Rochester
St. Paul
Total
MISSISSIPFI
Bilosi
Jackson
Total

Kansas City


5



5
3
1


1
4
32



3
13


124
1
3


152
23
15



224
4
26
5
a2
--mi

3
1
43
2




-A

33


Mssas (con -'a)
St. Louis ,..5
total 98

Falls 1
Total


Total

Fort Dix
Jersey City
Newark
North Hawthorne
Rutherford
Waverly
Total

Albany
Binghanmon
Buffalo
Elmira
Fresh Pond.
Harlem River
Kendaia
Maspeth
Menands
New York City
Niagara Falls
Pou ghkepsie
Rochester
Schenectady
Syracuse
Utica
Total

Asheville
Charlotte
Fayetteville
,Ft. Bragg
Gastonia
Goldsboro
Greensboro
wiamlet
Hickory
Raleigh
Sanford
South Durham
Weldon
Wilmington
Winston Salem
Total
OHIO
Akron
Bellefontaine
Canton
,Cincinnati
Cleveland
Columbus
Dayton
Loraine
Mansfield


-4

1
7
31
3
1
-4V

31
4
95
2
2
11
1
12
2
576
3
1
38
4
21
--V

6
12
1
1
2
7
10
1
1
3
1
1
1
2




3
7
160
136
41
6
.3
4


4. 1* .


BAITL


'RMY- "~- -LnF 1-l I1~ ~ CLm


J





38 -

haILfl~s!Iumst ttiQ YI1 fltY9M A43..4 N asoN


.HO (Cont',d)
ortsmouth
Springfield
Toledo
Warren
Xenia
Youngstown
Total

04LHOMA
Oklahoma City.
Tulsa
Total

Portland&
Total

Altoona,
Ambler
Bethlehem
Cresson
Harrisburg
Hintingdon
Hazelton
Johnstown
Kane
Lancaster
Lebanon
Philadelphia
Pittsburgh
SPottsville
Reading
Scranton
Sharon
Uniontown
Wilkes Barre
York
Total


2
2
33
1
6



13.
-D4


.li
10

17
1
1
4
6
1
1
6
2
1
1
321
182
1
10
17
4
4
6
-M84


IH01OE ISLAND
Davisville
Pawtucket
Providence
Total

Anderson
Charleston:
Chester
Columbia
Florence
Ft. Jackson
Greenville
Greenwood
Spartbaiburg
Total


Chattanooga
Columbia
Jackson
Knoxville
Memphis
Morristown
Nashville
Total

Ahaillo
Beaumont
Dallas
Houston
San Antonio
Total


1



3
1




5
-3
1
1




1
8
S3




5


1

3
-29
1



1

8
15
3


Salt Lake City
Total

-Alexandria
Lynchburg
Neport News
Norfolk
Portsmouth
Roanoke
Williamsburg
Total
WAINKTONi
Seattle
Spolane
Total


Charleston
Clarksburg
Huntington
Parkersburg
Wheeling
bTotal
WISoDNSIN
Appleton
Green Bay
Madison
Milwaukee
Total

WOMIyNG
'Casper
Total
SEgTINATIONS
Not Specified


GRAND TOTAL TANGEKRIS 194344' SEASON -


3,882 Cars.


# Diversion Points


_..1
1

1
1
1
9
1
4



2
1
7

4
.
1
1
6


3
3
3
35



1

219


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





39 -
BAIL D=SMIs3pI0 oIRIDA CImUS -.1945-44 MS


Allertville
Andalusia
Anniston
Athens
Atmore
Attalia.
Bessemer .
4Birimingham
Camp Rucker
Cae Sibert
Clanton
Cullman
Daleville
Decatur
Dothan
Elba
Fayette
Florence
Ft. Mo Clellan
* Gedsden
Headland
Huntsville
Jasper
Maewell Field
Mobile
Montgomery
Oneonta
Opelika
Selma
Sheffield
Sylacauga,
Talladega
Tuscaloosa
!Tskegee
Winfield.
Total


8
4
35
1
10
1
1
835
2
10
7
1
19
6
8
1
1
1
23
31
2
2
2
16
88
76
2
2
8
1
1
6
22

"629


Bly eville 2
Camp Jos.T. Robinson 1
Fort nSith 1
Helena 11
Jerome 1
Little Bock 11
Texerhokana
Total 29

Denver
Total 5


SBridgeport .
East Hartford'
Greenwich
Hartford
N.ew Britain
New Haven
Norwich
South Norwalk
Waterbury
Total
DELAWARE
WTilmington
Total


15
3
2
35
1
38
10
1
3
""108

4
---


De iak Springs 6
Jacksonville 3
Panama City 2
Pensacola 44
Yukon
Total


Albazy
mnericous
Athens
.Atlanta 1
Augusta
Camilla
Camp Gordon
Camp Warner Robbins
Cavp -Stewart
Cedartown
Chaitsworth
Columbus
Cordele
Dalton
Dawson
Dublin
Eastman
Ft, Benning
Ft. Me Pherson
Ft. Oglethorpe
Franklinton
Griffin
Grovetown
Hartwell
Hawkinsville
La Grange
Marietta
Macon
Madison
SMilledgeville
Moultrie
Newnan
Oakland City
Pelham
Rome
Rossville
Statesboro
Summerville
Swainsboro
Thomaston
Thomasville 1
Valdosta
Vidalia
Walthourville
West Point
Total ~E


ILLINOIS
Bl4ocington
Camp Grant
Cairo
Carbondale
Champaign
Chicago
Danville


Decatur
Dixon
Mac~mb
Peoria
Quincy
Robinson
Rockford.
Rock Island
Scott Field
Springfield
Table Grove
Wauklgan
West Frankifort
Total

ocmington
Bluffton
Camp Atterbury
tyer
Edinburg
Elwood
Evansville
Ft. Baen. Harrison
Ft. Wayne
Gary
Greensburg
Indianapolis
Jeffersonville
Koknmo
La Fayette
Lawrenceburg
Logansport
Marion
Muncie
New Castle
Ricbmond
Seymour
South Bend
Terre Haute
Wabash
Total
IOWA
Burlington
Cedar eapid s
Clinton
Des Moines
Lamoni
Ottumwa.
Sioux City
Waterloo
Total
KANSAS
Ft. Leavenworth
Great Bend
Hutchinson
Kansas City
Salina
Smolan (Camp hllips)
Topeka
Wichita
Total


18
5
6
.94
41
1
3

1
1
80
3
1
5
1
36
34
7
11
3
4
2
1
2
3
27
1
2

1
10
6
2
1
1
1



010
6


8
24



3
1
.01



3




5
4
!68
6


9
1
4
10
1
2
4
3
4
1
2



1
1
1
86
1
39
2
34
1

5
7
3
2
4
2
7
1
14
14
11




1
2
2
1
15
1
1




4
a

1
2

4
I8





*- 40 -
RAIL DISARIBUTION XLRIa 0cirRUS 194-344 .SU&MN

Mn= aCiR (cOs NTINuED)


a.NoU. r (Cont! d)
Bowling Green 4
Campbellsville 1
Covington 1
Danville 1
Edgoten 4
Ft. Knox 14
Harlan 19
Hazard 11
Henderson 17
Lexington 22
Louisville 46
Madisonville 1
Maysville 2
Middlesboro 5
Morganfield 5
Murray 4
Owensboro 7
Paducah 14
Paintsville 11
Somerset 1
Whitesburg
Total 198
DUItSIANA
Alexandria 2
Baton Rouge 15
Camp Harahan 1
Monroe 7
New Orleans 72
Shreveport 5
Total 102
MAINE
Bangor 2
Deering Junction 1
Lewiston 3
Portland 16
Waterville
Total

Aerdeen 10
Bainbridge 1
Baltimore 367
Cumberland 2
Ft. Meade 9
Frederick 5
Frostburg 7
Hagerstown 47
Pocomoke 6
Salisbury 1
Total
MASSACHUSETTS
Boston 402
Brightwood 1
Brockton 1.
Cambridge 10
Dorchester 1
Falmouth 1
Holyoke 3
New Bedford 2
North Falmouth 3
Pittsfield 6
Somerville 14
Springfield 67
Worcester 9
Total 520


MICHIGAN
Battle Greek
Detroit
Flint
Grand Rapids
Ishpening
Jackson
Kalmanzoo
* Lansig.
Muskegon
Owosso
Saginaw
Sau4t Ste Me
Sturgis




Thief River
Total


Camp Mo Cair
Ce=ip Shelby
Cleveland
Columbus
Corinth
Drew
Elliott (Caa
Greenrille
Greenwood
Gulfport
Hatiessbturg
Indinmola
Jackson
Laurel
Louisville
Macon
Merician
Moorehead
Natchez
Pascagoula
~upelo
West Point
Yazoo City
Total


5
174
28
42
2
7
7
6
1
5
1
1



12


2


1
1
40




13
2
7
17
2
p) 6
8
1
9
10
1
30
13
1
1
17
1
1
1
17
12
187


Cape Girardeau 3
ft. Leonard Wood 2
Jefferson Barracks 5
Joplin 1
Kansas City 27
Newburg 3
St. Joseph 2
St. Louis 87
Sprwngfield 3
Sotal L25


Lido1n
Omaha
Woodlawn
Total


-1.


NEW HAMPSHIRE
Keene
Manchester
Total
NEW JERSEY
Asbury Park
Bound Brook
Elizabeth .
Freehold
Jersey City
Newark
North Hawthorne
Paterson
Phillipsburg
Princeton
Rutherford
Trenton
Waverly
Total
NEW YORK
Albany
Ansterdam
Batavia
Binghamton
Brooklyn
Buffalo
Burdett
Elmira
Fresh Pond
Garden City
Geneva
Harlem River
Jamestown
Kingston
Liberty
Lockport
Long Island City
Maspeth
Menands
Middletown
Mt. Vernon
Newburgh
New York City
Niagara Falls
Norwich
Olean
Plattsburg
Poughkeepsie
Rochester
Saranac Lake
Schenectady
Syracuse
Utica
Waterford.
Watertown
Total
NORTR CA1ROINA
Aberdeen
Ahoskie
Asheville
Burlington
Camp Butner'
Camp -Davis
Camp Lejeune
Camp Marshall


10
3ll



1

13

.3
4



1
1

a
10
6

142

62
1
1
12
4
198
2
35
1
1
2
14
14
1
1
3
1
3
14
6
7
2
1,876
3
14
21
5
3
41
"1
17
47
9
4
12r


6
.4
82
21
2
2
4
1




41.. -
RAIL DI=T UTI0N TLORIDA CIMIJS 1943.44 SEASO

M=as CIRsSS (co=mesTnn)


amp Sutton 4
Charlotte 51
Cherry Point 9
Cherryville 2
Concord 1
Durham 33
Elizabeth City 15
Elkin 1
Enfield 2
Fayetteville 25
Ft. Bragg 7
Gastonia 29
,Goldsboro 34
Greensboro 44.
Greenville 9
Hamlet 3
Havelock 1
Henderson 8
Hendersonville 4
Hickory 11
High Point 10
Hoffman 3
Hollyridge 10
Jacksonville 5
Kinston 17
Laurinburg 1
Lexington 1
Lincolnton 1
Me Nair 6
Marion 1
Monroe 3
Mooresville 2
Morgantown 1
Mt. Airy 17
Murphy, 1
New River 3
North Wilkesboro 3
Raleigh 72
Reidsville 1
Rockingham 7
Rocky Mt. 37
Salisbury 27
Sanford 11
Selmai 1
Shelby 7
South Durham 6
South Wilmington 1
Spindale 1
Statesville 2
Weldon 19
Whiteville 1
Wilkin 12
Wilmington 33
Wilson 1
Windsor 1
Winston Salem 36


Akron 23
Athens 1
Barnesville 4
Bascom 1
Bellefontaine 13
Blanchester 1
Bowling Green 1
Canton 9


MBIQ (Cont'd)
Cincinnati
Cleveland
Columbus
Dayton
Defiance
Gallipolis
Hamilton
Ironton
Lima
Loraine
Mansfield
Marietta
Portsaouth
Springfield
Steubanville
Toledo
Warren
Xenia
Youngstown
Zanesville
Total



Muskogee
Oklahoma City
Tulsa
Total

Eugene
Portland
Total
PENNSTIVANIA
Allentown
Altoona
Ambler
Bethlehem
Bradford
Butler
Charleroi
Cresson
Denver
Du Bois
Engleside
Erie
Harrisburg
Harrison City
Hazelton
Hollidaysburg
Houtzdale
Huntingdon
Indiana
Indiantown Gap
Johnstown
Kane
Lancaster
Lebanon
Lehighton
New Castle
Norristown
SNorth East
Philadelphia
Philip sburg
Pittsburgh


351
95
85
50
3
5
2
3
1
2
3
4
4
1
4
58
11
10
19
771

1
1
1
11
19

1
2


6
21
1
6
1
1
2
6
5
5
5
6
40
1
3
1
3

4
9
1
4
4

9
15


620
14
224
8
8
1
1
224


.PENSLVANIA. (Cont'd)
Pottsville 5
Reading 42
Scottdale 1
Scranton 21
Sharon 1
Somerset I
Sunbury 8
Uniontown 19
Warren 1
Wilkes Barre 18
Williamsport. 21
York T4
Total 1
BgGOE ISLAND
Davisville 8
Newport 6
Olneyville 5
Pawiucket 1
Providence
Total 71

Anderson 11
Bishopville 1
Cap Croft 7
Charleston 99
Chester 24
Columbia 164
Conway 1
Darlington 1
Fairfax 1
#Florence 34
Ft. Jackson 5
Georgetown 1
Greenville 103
Greenwood 18
Jackson 1
Lancaster 1
Laurens 12
Leigh 1
Newberry 1
Orangeburg 15
Paris Island 1
Port Royal 9
Beevesville 1
Seneca 1
Spartanb.urg 29
Sumter 6
Walterboro 1
Yemassee
Total
SOUM DAKOTA
Sioux Falls I..,1
Total 1

Baxter 1
Berry Hills 3
Bradford 5
Bristol 40
Camp Forrest 1
Cap Tyson 3
Chattanooga 64
Clarksville 12
Etowah 1





-'42...
SBA4DIST'ErB TIcr FfRDA 'CITRUS i 19435.44 gSmIg

MIMEL CITRUS (aomaTmn)


lNESSf (Contd)
Greenville 3
Harriman 10
Buntingdon 4
Jackson 23
Jellico 1
Johnson City 26
Kingsport 15
Knoxville 166
Lebanon 5
Me Kenzie 1
Memphis 95
Millington 13
'Morristown 42
Nashville 230
Newport 5
Bogersville 2
Shelbyville 1
Tullahoma 5
Union City 11
Total 787

bilene 1
Amarillo 3
Austin 1
Briscoe 1
Dallas 4
Houston 4
Lufldn 2
Oildom 1
San Antonio 6
ST-ler 3
Taco T 2
Total M8


Salt Lake City
Total

Barre
Burlington
Rutlandv
St. Johnsbury
Total


3
---



1
9
3
15T


.Accoink
Alexandria
Appalachia
Berry Hill
Berton
Blackstone
Bristol
Camp Pickett
Charlottesville
Covington
Culpepper
Damrivlle
Diamond Springs
Ft. Eustis
Ft. Lee
Galax
Harrisonburg
Lee Hall
Luray
Lynchburg
Martinsville
Newport News
Norfolk
Norton
Orange
Pennington
Phoebus
Portsmouth
Pulaski
Roanoke
Staunton
Suffolk
Williamsburg
Total
WASHngTON
Aberdeen
Centralia
Seattle
Total
WEST VIRGINIA
Beckley
Bluefield
Buffalo
Charleston


6
23
2
2
1



6
1
22



1




5
17
6



1



37
2





3





19
3





19





76
6
15




5










32
1
71
7
37
117
2
1
1
6
19
19
76
6
1








5
32
1
73


WlEST 3IBSiM (Cont'd)
Clarksburg
Fairmont
Huntington
Logan
Mabscott
Matawan
Morgantown
Moundsville
Mullens
Pafe
Princeton
Bainelle
Wheeling
Motal
WISCONSIN
Appleton
Camp Me Coy
Fond du Lao-
Green Bay
Kenosha
Madison
Manitowoc
Milwaukee
Stevens Point
Wausau
Total

wYoaING
Casper
Cheyenne
Total


DESTINATIONS
Not Specified


219


GRAND TOTAL MIXED CITRUS 1943-44 SEASON 12,108 Cars.


# Diversion Points.


23
1
53
6
10
1
4
1
11

1
1


2
3
1
1


I

29



3
5
1




67


S


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-43 -


BCEPITtJL i017 O UAlr QDISMIBUTION. IiTiRB A. OA=iBA S
BY STATES PAST 7 SEASLNS

State 1943-440. 1942-4300 1941-42 1 40-41 1939-40 1938-39 1937-38
Rail Only a Only ail-Boat ail-Boat ail-Boat Rail-Boat Bail-Boat
Cars Cars Cars Cars Cars Cars Cars
Alabama 1,098 969 702 593 552 627 579
Arkansas 150 69 2 28 4 64
Colorado 9 59 1 -
Connecticut 755 620 838 894 859 1,250 985
Delaware 41 35 15 31 2 9 5
Dist. of. Columbia 1,034 800 399 418' 391 259 171
Florida 30# 100# 4 -24t i 5t
Georgia 1,222* 918* 444* 305* 380* 479* 528*
Idaho 1 -
Illinois 2,717 2,382 1,760 2,090 2,113 3,149 2,394
Indiana 959 706 473 401 437 711 470
Iowa 101 173 23 75 105 120 68
Kansas 31 48 1 2 15 5 12
Kentucky 850 687 723 708 623 750 558
Louisiana 851 622 421 535 480 721 653
SMaine 151 98 68 98 .63 94 49
Maryland 2,210 1,616 1,609 1,134 1,110 1,470 1,019
Massachusetts 3,298 2,973 3,304 3,829 3,603 5,060 4,051
Michigan 1,821 1,644 1,129 1,119 1,087 1,534 1,180
Minnesota 212 298 45 84 199 157 48
Mississippi 669 491 360 362 395 269 380
Missouri 743 765 324 420 420 609 453
Montana 2 19 -
Nebraska 50 87 9 16 34 34 20
New Hampshire 18 5 3 11 19 9 23
New Jersey 1,213 746 1,099 1,091 1,057 1,205 816
New York 11,769 10,057 11,036 12,065 10,293 15,261 12,968
North Carolina 1,504 1,101 736 333 447 616 654
North Dakota 7 17 7 2 1
Ohio 3,974 3,453 2,587 2,653 2,411 3,589 2,840
Oklahoma 70 73 1 9 51 15 34
Oregon 10 47 1 1 2 1
Pennsylvania 7,054 5,196 5,620 5,689 4,335 6,656 5,571
Rhode Island 494 337 413 405 479 602 409
South Carolina 810 567 315 246 218 316 344
South Dakota 9 21 4 -
S Tennessee 1,572 1,639 956 1,085 890 1,071 959
Texas 350 446 27 11 1 20 74
Utah 7 19 -
Vermont 17 35 17 16 24 42 26
Virginia 899@* 630@* 261@' 6012- 84@' 165@ 65@
Washington 37 95 -
West Virginia 434 210 150 941 124 148 143
Wisconsin 343 333 153 169 206 .284 212
Wyoming 1 5 -
Destinations
Not Specified 1,166 1,721 324 559 168 196 98


Total 50,762 42,933 36,351 37,614 33,739 47,511 38,931
Destinations not specified: In the interest of national & hemisphere defense, the publi-
cation of data relating to United States exports has been discontinued.
S- Includes Jacksonville. Does not include Savannah.
S- Jacksonville, not included. @ Petersburg, not included.
o- No boat shipments. V_- Does not include Ptersburg.& Ricbmond.
Government Purchases included above as follows:- 1939-40 season 2,105 cars;
1938-39 season 618 cars; 1937-38 season 2,283 cars.





-44-
RCIgfbiPJ rO7 J DISgB.tX J'l l~lB
S IBY. .- *lAS 7 -SP aS'

.State I 194344P 1942-43I 1941-43 19404i 1939-40 1936-39 1937-38
Bail Only jail Only ail8.Boat I l-Buat ail-Boest fatl-Boat Bail-Boat


ra -06 ,t ,r'.a-we


Alabama
Arkansas
Colorado
Connecticut
Delaware
Dist. of Columbia
]Plorida
Georgia
Idaho
Illinois
Indiana
Iowa
Kansas
Kentucky
Louisiana
Maine
Maryland
Massachusetts
Michigan
Minnesota
Mississippi
Missouri
Montana
Nebraska
Neyada
New HEam shire
New Jersey
Nei York
North Carolin
North Dakota
Ohio
Oklahams
Oregon
Pennsylvania
Rhode .Island
South' Carolina
South Dakota
Tennessee
Texas
Utah
Vermont
Virginia
Washington
West Virginia
Wisconsin
Wyoming
Destinations
Not Specified


138
9
17
180
2
331
3#
226*
4
599
138
60
7
1232
51
29
490
819
468
99
57
169
28
26

388-
'4,104
271
2
909
16
49
1,669.
67
79
3
177
10
21
2
2439*
50
43
115

669
669


137
2
3.
171
1
317
7#
212*

357
113
50
11
154:
60
435
425..
.830
513
44
45-
71
7
31

321
4,275
320
5
898
3
12
1,581
61
101
3
165
10
7-
6
209V
14
20
30
-


140

5
251

102f'
481
285*

532
191
22
1
193
40
29,
48
1,1704
525
50
134
123
1
4-
5131
4,920
233
26
742
7
13
1,6791
99.
178
22
223
15
4
9
128V9
5'
96
74


' Cars
193

1
249

152
72J
179*

810
165
47
2
183
66
32.
1,6
804
148
19
134
9

22'
447.
6,245*
160
1,222
2
21
2,341
134
132
1
205
2
1
17
237
151
146-


TOTAL 12,930 1,,223 13,580, -17,272 10,376 20,494. 13,224'.
Destinations not specified: In' the interest of national & hemisphere defense, the publi-
cation of data relating to United. States exports has been discontinued.
S- Includes Jacksonville. Does not include Savennah
Jacksonville, not included. @ Petersburg, not included.
o-6 boat shipments 1943-44 or 1942-43 season. V- Does not include Petersburg & Richmond.
Government Purchases included above as followse- 1941.42 season 1,799 cars;
1940-41 season 2,319 cars; 1938-39 season 2,137 cars; 1936-~ season 2,301 cars,


47




-t
31*

295
31
24

75
37
16
412
988
291
32
1
54
7
2
211
4,966
49
1
521
2
11
1,484
120
12
98

2
149*
6
-4
21
-a


Cars
163
37

396
3
192
131
156*
1
773
224'
93
3
217
230
686
6J7
1,984
800
144
60
198
3
22

18
584
7,922
305
4
1,421
10
20
2,806
169
94
1
215
4
7
14
853
10
59
77


94
3
8
297

170

-1
126*

52S
90
52
9
89
118'
10
4106
1,184
375
91
2
102
6
25.
1
'1
235
5,833
118
789
9'
12
1,915
100'
27
3
172,
10
7
3
9w
17
27
41


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- 45 -


ECAPITU AIaION Or rAIL JISTIaBUTIol. MJp A ZANWABMINES
BYa STARS PAST' 7 SEAUNS


State 1943-0440, 1942.430 1941-42 1940-41 1939-40 1938-39 1937-38
State ll Only Rail O il-oat Ba l-Boatt ail-Boat lail-Boat ail-Boat

Cars Csars Cars Cars Cars Cars Cars
Alabama 20 16 2 2 4 9
Arkansas 1 22 1
Colorado 10 15 3 3 4
Connecticut 78 66 33 53 59 77 3
Delaware 2 1 -
Dist. of Columbia 46 36 5 10 3 4 11
Florida # 15i -i .t .t
Georgia 42* 101* 4* 2* 1* 24* 10*
Illinois 315 351 145 205 216 336 254
Indiana 122 82 8 15 24 58 37
Iowa 8 13 3 8 9 3
Kansas 18 20 -- 1 1 1.
Kentucwy 43 51 9 17 9 25 10
Louisiana 13 58 5 9 *8 9 9
Maine 3 3 2 1 -
Maryland 128 139 55 71 89 150 85
Massachusetts 191 241 154 273 155 311 203
Michigan 263 318 125 153 156 224 184
Minnesota 50 44 12 23 24 28 20
Mississippi 2 18 -
Missouri 98 138 21 59 43 121 66
Montana 1 1 -
Nebraska 1 6 3 4 5 5 9
New Jersey 59 62 14 14 28 25 5
New York 805 1,191 878 1,368 1,049 1,881 1,379
North Carolina 53 59 12 11 18 19 21
North Dakota 1 -
Ohio 429 729 196 270 218 384 25V
Oklahona 14 36 2 -
Oregon 10 6 3 3 2 1
Pennsylvania 587 751 413 513 435 771 556
Rhode Island 39 35 2 30 61 49 21
South Carolina 24 56 1 3 3 3
South Dakota 1
Tennessee 73 89 7 28 33 23 24
Texas 28 36. 2 1 1 1 2
Utah1 -
Vemont 1 -
Virginia 19* 34* 1@i* 1i 1@a 2 -a<
Washington 7 6 4 1 3
West Virginia 15 .38 4 5 5 1 3
Wisconsin 44 42 7 16 28 49 39
Wyoming 1 1. -

Destinations
ot Specified 219 156 29 83 '23 29 10


TOTAL 3,882 5,083 2,182 3,248 2,712 4,637 3,287
Destinations not specified: In the interest of national & hemisphere defense, the publi-
cation of data relating to United States exports has been discontinued.
4- Includes Jacksonville. Does not include Savannah,
Jacksonville, not included. Petersburg, not included.
0- No boat shipments. @- Does not include petersburg & Richmond.
Government Purchases included above as follows:- 1942.43 season 741 cars.





-orJ4 O. U:M =I= X' CITU ,S
ECAPIUwLATIOcNr 1U AL. DISIIBUTIO. FloDlsB MIZED CITBUS


5Y~~tsas~ S :A~s -. rs' sw&2aN


, 1j43.,l o 94,-40 414 : 1940- 1I 1939-40, 1938-39 il 37-38
.~I.:Z 1Bail, ata |Basil Onlylga~l.Boft3tsalJBoat iai l-Boatal-a 3b t -Boat


Alabarma
Arkansas
Colorado
-Connecticut
Delaware
Dist. of Columbia
Florida
.Georgia
Idaho
Illinois
Indiana
Iowa
.Kansas
Kentuicky
Louisiana
Maine
Maryland
Massachusetts
SMichigan
-'Minnesota
Mississippi
Missouri
Montana
Nebraska.
Nevada
New Hamp shire
New Jersey
Neir York
North Carolina
North Dakota
Ohio
Oklahoma
Oriegon
emnnsylvania,
hode Island.
South Carolina
South Dakota
Tennessee

Utah
Veemont
Virginia
Washington
West Virginia
Wisconsin
Wyoming
Destinations
Not Specified


Cars
639
29
6
108
.4
176

678*

341
274
23
18
198
102 .
23
455
520
282
44
157
133

13,
13
142
2,441
.775
771
19
3
1,180
71
551
1
787
.28
3
15
496@'
3
250
67
4

219


. 581
27
3
76
6
132
24#
544*
1"
397
140
29
11
76
12
473
664
337
23
155
95
1,
13
3
113
2,821
583
2
939
.15
S4
1,521
69
361
11.
728
19
7
15
321@2
8
236
45


269


443.

1
93
1
52
24t
348*

217
55
3
4.
110
59
9
228
633
167
13
107.
623
I
1
3.

70
2,226
355
466


1,290
40
253

572

14
140C
2
177
60


88 .


248
1

137
1
9
-t
98*

286
85
26
1
145
'20
11
270
658
241
31
69
64

2
3
74
990
79
2
569


.52
161
451
2

4
2w

219
34
34


Cars
"258


145
1
23
.t
139*

278
134
30

183
56
16
230
614
269
19
91
82

18
1;
10
57
1,527
165
603
4
1,058
119
74

512
1
21
36V
1
134
31


Cass
372
1

269
2
54
ii
226*

395
289
34
6
202
34
48
341
994
621
56
75
97
3
31

19
95
1,568
370
4
1,027
8

1,317
106
200
1
869
5
4
14
98@

343
47


20 61


TOTAL 12,108 12,083 8,291 6,132 6,960 10,307 7,472

Destinations not speCifi.e.;. it the. interest of national & hemisphere defense, the publi-
cation of data relating to United States exports has been discontinued.


Includes Jacksonville.
Jacksonville, tot included.
Nb boat shipments.


* D oes not include Savannah.
@ Petersburg, not includdP e
0- Does not include Petersburg & Ricbmbnd.


State


Cars
295
6

89
1
16
-1
217*

318
66
10
1
S145
47
1
270
856
352
-23
118
100

16
4
52
-1,170
386
546
3
3
1,138
58
218
662
8
1
4
57W

178
17


18


4


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(Made available thru. the


47 -
H. DIS S -US5 E CIt 1943.44 Am&S81
oourbesy of the State Depatmnt of Agriculture, Winter Haven, Fla.)
Oct. 16, 1943 -to Jume 30, 1944 Imolusive*


G*led-bi
Anirston

Mobile
Mbntganery
Selma
Tuscaloosa
Others


iseTl oo
Others


550C ICUS
Wallinrgfad
Others



Wilmington
Others


Atlanta
Austa,
Coitmbus
Macon
Savamnah
bhammasville
Valdosta
Others


BR gton
Centralia
Chicago
Decatur
Peoria
Sprienld
Others


person
Evansvillea
pt. Wayne
Indianapolis
South Beid&
Terre Haute


Boes


1487 221 135
44972 4733 a1819
359
47078 7912 7530
15855 8807 2577
1445 170

1S3683 .175 879549

400 185

-8..8 -


68


206
93
ADA8


3156 886 140
5333 710 966
8340 a 56 16


1737
47996
2377
5343
4366
19004
899
4234


1604
55926
1580
2882
4181
10110
1510
2684


10939
886890
21284
31148
33503
92893
11085
20045


965 263 199
160
20164 3805 5168
4123 998 1075
847 28
2097 1231 692
1206 64 300


468
10010
5
28015
954
4491


30
561
1665
184
2083


'231
3015
6396
747


(Cont'A )
Vincerass
Others



Others


UMahattan
Wichita
Others


. Bowl Green
Louisville
Paducah
Others



Baton Bouge
New Orleans
Sunset
Others



Cumberlazd
Hagerstown
Salisbury
Others







Boston
Springfield




Grand Rapids
Kalamazoo
Lansing
St. Josepih
Others.


others

Aberdeen
Iattiesburg
Jackson
Meridian


e~es Bo-es Bo0es
Boxes Boxes Boxes


6471 1000 495



8




90 1 1
6 ---I


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3235




103
176
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125



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565
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3847 687
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1235








781
1406
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nabions les. fruit I inge
Boxes Boxes Boxes


Jaielj 30 1944 Inlusive**
Desti- | Oran- GrapJe- 3inger-
.nations ges. frui- es
Boxes Boxes" Boxes


MSSISSIPPI (Co
Others


Carthage
Joplin
Kansas City
St. Louits
8pringfield
Others.




pr90 JERSEY .
Asbiury Park
*Atlantic City
Newark
Others

1Wl YOBg Z
Albany
Bi ghamton
Buffalo
New York City
Rochester
Syracuse
Watertown
Others

a=RR CABOLINA,
Asheville
Burlington
Charlotte
Durham
Fayetteville
F Yt. Bragg
Gastonia
Goldsboro
Greensboro
Henderson
Hendersonville
Hickory
Kinston
Luibebrbton
Raleigh
BocklyMt.
Salisbury
Weldon
Wilmington.
Wilson
Winston Salem
Others



Cincinnati
Cleveland
Columbus


5533 1365 648
2620 330 1817
1797 825 883
7488 50. 3450





650.
218 9 7 : 53 7


1860 753 4 00
440 25 225
8= 1252
830 _20"S5 12,


2608
1093
14835
384
913
250



12168
3797
13960
2180
3373
1000
2621
855
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400
14629
8025
1182
3380
65051
2413
3486
292
15155
14271
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77
339:
4155
-


3295
422
2685
692
834
275
600
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1839
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3256
1786
281
$9
6881
389
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2079
788
4111



153
229
504
414


760
826
.686
2199
585.
79


2102
1239
3928
1753
482
733.
2381
33
2442
972
164
414
10316
274
761
4334
1449
4427




1036
108
250


CIO (cont'a)
Dton
Portsmouth
Toledo
Toungstown
NOersw


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Tulsa

P~fftSYLVANIA
Allentown
Altoona
Biglerville
larrisburgr
JohnstoTwn
WNew Britain
Philadelphia
Pittsburgh
Beading:
Soranton
Willes Barre
Williamsport
York
Others


Anderson
Charleston
Chester
Columbia
Florence
Greenville
Laurens
Orangeburg
Pageland
Rock Hill
Spartanburg
Sumter
Walterboro
Others



Bradford
Chattanooga.
Columbia
Fayetteville
Jackson
Johnson City
Kingsport
Enoxville
Marysville
Memphis
Morristowea
Vashville
Others


6015 196 465
75 25 -
336 478 2
500 750
331" -95-2


362



108
150
1857
3209
250
100
8703
1088
1310
461
,1731
250
156



38
22825
1935
133246
335
9151
1129
12082
51
674
14617
1639
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2886
27699
366
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28363
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S 459
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23
5
107
106

1173
403
200
52
75
154



4
6223
615
18624
31
2225
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977
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223
2237
100
415
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670
24
3358
64
10
1878
143
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294
194
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100
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5161
675
26364
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679
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418
2501
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4966
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3725
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297 M e71
.7544 75





-49 -
INTERSAEE M DISZIBNToON. taRIDA CI;rUS 1943-44 SEASON
Ot 16 (Continued.)
Oct. 16, 1943 to June 30, 1944 Inclusive**


Austin
Beaumont
Dallas
Ft. Worth
Houston
San Antonio
Wichita Falls
Others


Others

Bristol
Charlottesville
Danville
2Inporia
Harrisonburg
Lynchburg
Newort News
Norfolk
Petersburg
Richmond.
Roanoke
Rural Retreat


~Dest-i-e (Oran- e oge -
.. ons II ges I InF
Boxes Boxes Boxes


S 130
225 -
4136 271 1708
2283 211 1076
855 100
3520 1080
225 i
239 A 879
114 0 4973

250 2- -


831
2112
413
4621
928
4541
138
21927
625
24500
30768
270


397
663
30
762
228
3573
19
6300
100
5745
8120
1


43
82
205
282
389
1005
125
.6109
4614
6436
135


.... ,nations . I nes
Bozes Boxes Boes s

(Cont1'd)
Staunton 3162 1118 456
Suffolk 140 100
Others 7 3 45
L1Z --30710 2PSB


Bluefield
Charleston
Huntington
Parkersburg
Williamson
Others



Others


OUT OF STATE
Deostnations
Unkoown

OUT SefE
Destinations
Not Specified #


373
11642
27303
1725
1294



1561
22ll


92
1753
5080
271
45
--392
M538


43
2007
4359
64
98



-7


6832 2206


.980


Northwest Sec. 112936


21831 13001


# In the interest of national & hemisphere defense, the publication of data relating to
United States exports and imports has been discontinued.


** Truck destinations prior to Oct. 16, 1943 and after June 30, 1944 -
not available.


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1~~~;A4:e~sr


NEW YORK 01 T Y

FL0 IDA' SQ 0 CK CA. STOCK

Stanado Wire- I stA&&St&.ire-. I nd s ar Stardard


Oct. 8
15
29
Nov. 6
12
19
26
Dec. 3
10
17
24
30
Jan. 7
14
21
28
Feb. 4
11
18
25
Mar. 3
10
17
24
31
Apr. 7
14
21
28
'May 5
12
19
26
June 2
9
16
23
30
July 7,
14
21
28


-

3 $4.36
3 4.33
1 4.33
2 4.32
5 3.47
5 3,85
2 3.42
7 3.80
3 3.68
1 3.36
1 2.70
9 3.07
9 3.17
7 2.40
11 2.89
8 3.26
8 3.52
5 3.84
6 3.25
2 3.53
-

2 4.75
13 4.29
10 3.77
11 3.84
14 4.16
8 4.47
8 4.65
13 4.42
10 3.42
7 4.35
7 4.80
9 4.83
6 4.80
3 4.78
2 4.77
3 4.82



222 3.89


a
-.


6 $4.18
19 '4.15
33 4.19
127 3.23
145 3.22
80 3.31
38 3.88
54 3.65
76 s3.04
102 3.08
120 3.13
134 3.00
141 2.73
120 2.88
126 3,26
108 3.71
127 3.85
199 3.49
109 3.83
141 4,51
106 4.67
144 4.67
188 3.99
134 3.76
133 3.70
103 4.09
99 4.42
117 4.39
150 3.94
81 3.34
65 4.62
56 4.77
70 4.78
72 4.25
69 4.20
39 4.74
30 4.49
9 4.15



3669 3.77


143 $5.44
86 5.44
77 5,44
87 5.44
11 5.42

17 5.42 A
45 5.40
53 5.40
49 5.39
106 4.37
92 3.64
77 3.57
63 3.78
69 3.79
59 4.29
35 5.18
28 5.43
24 5.44
13 5.45
9 5.32
28 5.32
27 5.32
36 5.32
56 5.32
66 5.16
19 5.23
63 5.84
26. 5.73 1
24 5.84
104 5.53
92 5.23
90 5.38
82 5.56
85 5.74
79 5.69
88 5.71
147 5.77
123 5.68
132 5.80


-- M

2 4,33
6 4.20
19 4.15
35 4.20
132 3.24
150 3,24
82 3.31
45 3.87
56 3.65
77 3.04
103 3.08
129 3.13
143 3.01
148 2.71
131 2.88
134 3.26
116 3.70
132 3.85
205 3.48
111 3.82
141 4.51
106 4.67
146 4.67
201 4.01
144 3.76
144 3.71
117 4.10
107 4.42
125 4.41
163 3.98
91 3.35
72 4.59
63 *4.77
79 4.78
78 4.29
72 4.22
41 4.74
30 4.49
12 4.32


3891 3.78


Total Sales, Florida oranges, all varieties,
all containers, all sections ------ --- ------ 6,239 car Avg. $3.98

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


6 $4.40
24 4.43
49 4.14
84 3.94
71 3.91
70 4.33
58 4.32
64 4.08
77 4.07
76 3.99
104 3.78
110 3.59
104 3.47
82 3.75
57 4.04
61 4.37
95 4.26
79 4.34
76 4.77
65 4.97
66 5.07
63 4.88
104 4.33
126 4.09
85 4.49
80 4.94
85 4.94
58 4.75
79 4.08
58 5.01
38. 5.09
39 5.09
38 5.00
17 4.88





2348 4.31


TIOTAL


2509 5.23


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w As ArMZ AUCTION PBTICES W- OBmES
1943-44 SEASON


PHILADELPH IA

FLORIDA ST0CK CALIF. STOCK
Indian aiver
Standard Standard Wire- Stds. & Std. ire- tandad Standard
Week Boxes bound Boxes bounds Cobined Boxes Boxes
Ending Cars Avg. Cars Avg. ars Avg Cars Avg. Cars g
1943

Oct. 8 -
15
22 1 $4.20 $40 46 $5.4
29 1 $4.35 3 4.22 4 4.25 45 5.42
Nov. 5 1 4.31 5 4.19 6 4.21 29 5.40
12 12 4.17 12 4.17 22 5.41
19 1 4.16 18 4.14 19 4.14 -
26 1 4.27 25 3.80 26 3.82 6 $4.31 -
Dec. 3 1 3.46 47 3.45 48 3.45 5 4.00
10 1 4.00 42 3.56. 43 3.57 7 4.23 5 5.39
17 1 4.17 32 3.69 33 3.70 14 4.27 16 5.38
24 3 4.06 29 3.83 32 3.85 14 4.26 11 5.35
30 1 3.71 33 3.58 33 3,58 12 4.04 18 5.26
1944
Jan-. 7 7 3.22 43 2.93 50 2.97 10 3.78 25 4.34
14 7 3.63 33 2.95 40 3,07 8 3.94 28 3.74
21 5 3.50 47 2.94 53 R,99 10 3.97 23 3.53
28 3 3.68 45 3.04 48 3.08 7 3.90 22 3.67
Feb. 4 9 3.21 89 2.79 98 2.83 7 3.83 19 3.63
11 7 3.03 54 2.63 61 2.68 14 3.36 11 3.98
18 10 3.26 47 2.97 57 3.02 14 3.28 4 5.04
25 6 3.98 36 3.88 42 3.89 9 4.02 4 5.39
Mar. 3 9 3.50 93 3.29 102 3.31 8 4.17 7 5.39
10 8 3.60 93 3.18 101 3.21 8 3.93 1 5.30
17 2 4.33 75 3.70 77 3.72 8 4.65
24 5 4.65 53 4.27 58 4.30 16 4.63 6 5.29
31 6 4.70 50 4.70 56 4.70 10 4.91 3 5.30
Apr. 7 7 4.48 69 4.48 76 4.48 14 4.90 4 5.30
14 9 3.89 83 3.87 92 3.87 7 4.28 7 5.30
21 7 3.87 98 3.60 105 3.62 8 4.32 8 5.24
28 7 3.82 57 3.88 64 3.87 14 4.44 5 5.18
S May 5 7 4.21 57 4.19 64 4.19 17 4.61 11 5.79
12 2 4.55 71 4.41 73 4,41 13 4.86 9 5.71
19 5 4.56 70 4.40 75 4.41 10 4.78 8 5.78
26 74 4.04 74 4.04 10 4.63 32 5.61
June 2 2 4.29 43 3.51 45 3.54 9 4.47 28 5.56
9 2 4.23 35 4.36 37 .4.35 10 4.96 32 5.40
16 4 4.75 23 4.60 27 4.62 7 5.06 36 5.45
23 5 4.20 23 4.34 28 4.31 13 5.03 35 5.69
30 21 4.19 21 4.19 14 4.91 50 5.68
July 20 3.99 20 3.99 4 4.94 34 5.58
14 15 4.43 15- 4,43 50 5.58
21 5 4.67 5 4.67 49 5.68
28 33 5.62



TOTAL 152. 3.86 1768 3.70 1920 3.72 337 4.37 776 5.24

Total Sales, Florida oranges, all varieties,
all containers, all sections --------------------------- 2,257 cars Arg. $3.82

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





S;.- -52-:, .
wsicgafGIER. Z AvtTER O' IatI0ThZaGS. onRAwNGS
1943644 SA33N

B S0 S 0 N

SLO I 0 .D A ST 0 C f CALIF. STOCK
Indi~ap iver
Standard Standard Wire- Stas.&Std.lire- Standard Standard
Week Bos u. Boe omb d Boxes Boxes
Ending. Cars g Cars Avg. Cars g Cars g. Caars Avg.

1943

Oct. 8 .
15 s -
22 41 $5.44
29 38 5.44
Nov. 5. 1 $4.54 6 $4.34 7 $4.37 29 5.43
12. 4.34 3 4.34 28 5.44
19 -1 .$4.55
26 1 4.49 8 4.28 9 4.30 2 4.57
Dec. 3 25. 3.20 25 3.20 7 4.02 _
10 1 3.04 17 3.31 18 3.29 9 4.01 9 5.43
17 -8 -.3.63 8 3.63 10 4.24 16 5.40
24 8 .30 8 3.30 6 4.06 23 5.39
30 7 3.89 7 3.89 8 4.17 14 5.35
1944
Jan. 7 -6 3 .73 6 3.73 7 4.12 41 .4.79
14 1 3.80 10 2.94 11 3.02 8 3.99 48 3.48
21 11 3,82 11 2.82 8 3.34 43 3.42
28 -5 3.60 5 3.60 6 3.84 23 3.99
Feb. 4 19 2.84 19 2.84 12 3.33 46 3.48
11 18 2.72 18 2.72 9 3.15 22 4.09
18 9 3.26 9 3.26 8 3.64 9 5.31
26 9 3.89 9 3.89 5 3.72 6 5.43
Ma. 3 12 3.89 12 3.89 3 4.27 7 5.44
10 21 3.84 21 3.84 10 4.07 3 5.47
17 20 3.54 20 3.54 10 3.88 3 5.37
24 1 4.03 16 4.70 17 4.66 7 4.83 7 5.36
31 11 4.76 11 4,76 11 5.20 3 5.36
.Apr. 7 9 4.59 9 4.59 11 5.06 10 5.36
14 2 3.67 16 3.84 18 3.82 8 4.51 .15 5.36
21 24 3.56 24 3.56 10 4.28 14 5.30
28 15 4.04 15 4.04 7 4.67 12 5.08
May 1 3.88 13 4.16 14 4.14 4 4.66 18 5.59
12 14 .4.51 14 4.51 6 4.99 9 5.34
19 9 4.42 9 4.42 5 5.03 4 5.89
26 18 4.28 18 4.28 11 4.91 24 5.85
June 2 1 3.91 12 4.14 13 4.12 11 4.60 .38 5.63
9 7 4,52 7 4.52 7 5.02 45 5.17
16 1 4.34 3 4.75 4 4.65 11 "5.17 31 5.32
23 1 4.88 3 4.97 4 4.95 8 '5.23 :31 5.57
30 8 4.39 8 4.39 10 5.11 23 5.69
July 7 4.14 7 4.14, 4 '4.62 18 5.61
14 1 4.96 1 4.96 27 5.78
21 2 4.66 2 4.66 36 5.86
28 -- 33 5.82



TDTAL 11 4.02' '409 3.80 420 3.80 258 4.38 847 5.06

Total Sales, Florida oranges, all varieties, -
all containers, all sections -.---------- -.---.-.---.----- 678 cars Avg. $4.02

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





' 53 -


Oct. 8
15
22.
29
Nov. 5
12
19
26
Dec. 3
10
17
24
30
an'. 7
14
21
28
Feb. 4
11
18
25
Mar. 3
10
17
.24
31
Apr. 71
14
21
28
May 5
12
19
26
June 2
9
16
23
30
J'ly. 7
14
21
28


,0TAL


PIT SBUR EG

SLO I IDA. ST 0 CE CALIF. -STOCK

stmari Wire- I Stas. & Std.Wire-1 St STI Standard.


$4.58







-








4.77
4.77

3.54

S4.91
4.30
4.90
4.55
4.98

4.81


16 4.65


$4.42
4.39
4.39
4.24
3,70
3.17
3.70
3.73
3,72
3 .54
3.17
2.97
2.78
2.83
2.85
3.01
4.04
3.38
2.99
4.43
4.34
4.81
4.54
3.96
3.49
3.90
4.50
4.43
.444
3.78
4.14
4.47
4.85
4.93
4,38
4,22
4.38
4.58


B60 3.85


6 $4.45
3 4.39
8 4.39
17 4,24
25 3.7Q
ut a 9
12 3 T3
8 3.78
2 3.54
9 3.11
18 .2.99
12 2.78
10 2.83
17 2.85
12 3.01
7 4.04
21 3.38
21 2.99
14 4.43
15 4.34
14 4.80
22 4.56
22 3.96
22 3.49
19 3.88
12 4.50
19 4.43
20 4.46
25 3.78
8 4.18
8 4.47
11 4.85
10 4.85
14 4.51
7 4.22
6 4.38
7 4.61



516 3.87


S$4.66

1 3.23


-


..2.95
2.84
-.








-
-



-
-
-
-


8 3.23


otal. Sales, Florida oranges, all varieties,,
all containers, all sections ---!:,- -------- 522 cars Avrg,.$3 86

Mads available
thrau the cooperation bf the Florid& Citrus Ibchange & the Federal-State Market News .Service


$5.42
5.41
&.41
5.42
5.42

5.39
5.38
5.39
5.05
4.30
3.71
3.80
3.62
3.93
3.94
5.26
5.43
5.42
5.43
5.32
5.32
5.32
5.33
5,32
5.32
* 5.84
5.55
5,63
5.35
5.63
5.46
5.54
5.62

5.38
5.63
5.86


25
29
18
21
24
24
17
12
11
4
8.
8.
8
13
13
.11
6
23
14
10
20,
15
29
23
11
13
17.
10
8
9


574 5.06




,," -' M, .... -


Ck' j7 OWN


:i ,r


S Oct. s

15
29.
.? 'o 5
12
19
26

17;.
: 24
30






17'
38
*eb. 4:








1,.-
18
2 4r 3





10-
:* 17'- .

24
31
821

12
19
Jiita 2


S.30

21
28&


- 4



a
- a


1,. 4.60 .
- *


1 3.13
*; a -
S '






2 . 6
3- -


1 3.85
1, 4.26



1 .3.28
S- .


1 ".3S,
- a

a a


10 4.1 467 .3.84- 477 3.85 11 439 422 5.03

Tobis Sales, Florida oranges, .all varieties,
all containers, al, sections -------.-- --T ......-r- 488 cars A.rg, $3.86

Mad* avrAilAblb
,fcr the cooperation of the Floride. Citrus Eichange & the Federal-State Market ilews Service


***"--- .. .


1 $4.47

2 4,54
1. 4.47
4 3.77
13 3.48
11 3.61
3.489
4 3.93


1
1
1


1 .47 .'



.48


3.92

5.33
3.3 .a
3.3W
3 .02
* 3.65
4.22
4.33
3.22
4.12
4.10
.4;.65
4.78
4.12
3.91
3.67
4.33
4.70
4.18
3.54
4,34
4.49
4.56
4.99
4.80
4.36
4.41
.,


-$4.56


















4.80
4.44
*
-


16 5.48
14 .5.8
6 5.43
8 5.42
- -

2 5.43
11 5.35
28 5.38
11. 5.38
12 4.77
14 4.03
20 3.43
16 .3.65
15 3.37
18 3.73
17' 4.37
8' 4.93
15 5.41
12 5.27
4' 5,37
:9V 5.32
6 5.32
5 5.32
10 5.32
9 5.01
2 5.33
16 5.69
7, 5.86
10 5.86
18 5.77
12 5.69
17 5.35
11 5.39
8 5.84
10 5.63
10 4.99
'S5 5.65
6 5.78
.4 5.82


3. 31
3,30
3.33
3.02
Z.20
,;.02
3,65
4.22
3.33
3.22
4.10
4.11
4.65
4.77
:4.12
3.91
3,66
4.33'
4.70
4.22
3.54
4.34
S4.49
4.55
4.99
4.80
4.36
4.41
*r


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r

ii
i
.n
:~
;-i




- 55 -


wJaE )D ARAGE MNCTION PPBIG3S OAMBGES


C H IC A 0

7. L' 0 R I D A S T 0 C Z CALI STOCK
Indian River
'Standard I Standard Wire Stds.&Std.Wire- Standard Standard
Week Boxes bound Boxes bounds Combined Boxes Boxes
Bading Cars ar. Caors vg CarsB Ag. Cars Ig. Cas Avg.
194.
Oct. 8 -.
15 _
22 34 $5.36
S29 1 $4.59 1 $4.49 2 $4.54 30 5.37
Nov. 5 2 4.56 4 4.47 6 4.50 22 5.37
12 1 4.55 8 4,45 9 4.46 30 5.36
19 14 4.36 14 4.36 5 5.37
26 12 4.21 12 4.21 -
Dec, 3 19 3.93 19 3.93 1 5.34
10 1 4.12 27 3.73 28 .74 32 5.32
17 19 3.44 19 ,44 31 5.32
4 7 3.36 7 3 6 45 5.31
30 13 3.93 3 3 38 4.77
Ja. 7 24 3.39 24 .39 31 4.10
14 18 3.34 18 3. 41 4.07
21 26 3.29 26 ~ 44 3.76
28 33 2.97 33 297 49 3.75
Feb'. 4 3 3.75 25 2.62 38 2.63 44 3.63
11 2 3.76 19 2.87. 21 2.95 1 $2.96 38 4.24
18 27 3.35 27 3.35 1 3.64 33 5.05
25 1 3.59 19 3.58 20 3.58 34 5.30
Mar, 3 42 3.36 42 3.36 32 5.33
10 30 2.97 30 2.97 32 5,33
17 22 3.72 22 3.72 30 5.27
24 19 4.60 19 4.60 33 5.21
31 17 4.50 17 4.50 1 4.25 27 5.25
Apr. 7 2 4.48 15 4.90 17 4.85 36 5.16
14 3 4.00 37 4.15 40 4.14 26 5.23
21 5 4.24 31 3.59 36 3.68 31 5.12
28 3 4.47 24 3.83 27 3.90 11 5.23
May 5 3 4.73 11 4.51 14 4.56 36 5.75
12 4 4.97 20 4.61 24- 4.67 28 5.26
19 1 4.89 38 3.88 29 3.91 36 5.43
26 6 4.98 20 4.20 26 4.38 1 3.10 57 5.71
June 2 12 4.86 16 4.20 28 4.48 43 5.35
9 1 4.97. 18 4.76 19 4.77 51 5.45
16 1 5.01 14 4.89 15 4.90 37 5.63
23 2 5.01 15 4.88 17 4.90 31 5.62
30 1 4.97 18 4.78 19 4.79 56 5,66
July 7 1 4.97 27 4.55 28 4.56 31 5.50
14 11 4.15 11 4.15 40 5.61
21 5 4.26 5 4.26 43 5.75
28 56 5.78


TOTAL 56 4.60 755 3.84 811 3.89 4 3.49 1385 5.14

Total Sales, Florida oranges, all varieties,
all containers, all sections ------------------------ 815 cars A-g, $3.89

Made available
thru the cooperation of the olorida Citrus I~change & the Federal-State Market News Servioe




'


.,, t . .. A,5 G .T O , *;



SS T '.L 'O0. U I S '

7 L 0 ;RI.DA. a 0 SOCK I CALIF, STOCK
S* Indian Iveri
Standard Standas W.e-I Stds.& St.Wire- tandar, Standard.
Week- Boxes_ bo__nd b oxe oed Boxes'. Boxes
Ending Cars g. .c A Avg. cars I.kg. Cars Av.eg.

1943 :

Oct. 8 -
15 .. -
.. 18 $5.38
29 7 5.37
w. 5. . 6 5.38
13 1$430 1 .30 8 5.38
S 19 1 $4.30 1 4.30 1 5.36
26 :-- -
Dec. 3 9 '4.05 9 4,05 5.28
10. 1 3'.58 21 3p58 23 5.32
17 11 76 11 3.76 15 3
24 9 44.00 9 4.00 19 .3
30 1 3. 13 383 3.28 21 4.88
J 7 - 7- 3-36 7 3.36 13 4.32
14 16 .88 16 .88 2 4.07
S21 13 2373 12 2.73 P1 3.95
28 1 2.91 14 '2 73 15 2374 24 3.67
Ib. 4 14 2.68 14 2,68 23 3.66
11 1 2.70 19 2.95 20 2.94 17 4.12
S18 1 2.43 23 2.87 24 2.85 - 18 4.88
S 25, 7 3.29 7 3 ,9 -. 13 5.28
Mar, '3 29 3.46 39 3.46 15 5.33
10 25 2.81 25 2.81 25 5.27
17 "7 7 3.88 7 3.88 11 5.08
24 20 4.17 20 4.17 8 5.29
31 .- 13 4.66 13 4.66- 13 5.29
S7 15 4.85 15 4.85 16 5.29
: 14 30 3.64 30 3.64 19 5.27
21 21 3.31 21 3.31 17 5.29
28 19 3.61 19 3.61 5 5.25
May 5 9 4.79 9 4.79 19 5.82
12 17 4.36 17 4.36 21 5.78
19 9 4.24 9 4.24 17 5.20
26. 19 3.94 19 3.94 25 5.44
June 2 5 4.51 5 4.51 17 5.14
9 14 4.69 14 4.69 30 5.23
16 9 4.51 9 4.51 20 5.03
23 6 4.89. 6 4.89' 15 5.68
30 5 4.85 5 4.15 19 5.71
July 13 4.58 13 4.58 18 5.53
14 9 3.91 9 3.91 22 5.43
31 2 3.23 2 3.23 12 5.62
28 22 5.67



.TOTA 4 3.09 4732 3.68 476 3.67 65'7 5.09
'*! ". "" .. ., . .. . ,.v l =" l' l. ,, ',,, ,', ,, 1 .' I I' II I" I II" : II' I. ,II. II I I 1 l . 7l ': '- n r-
Totae Sales, lorida oranges, all varieties,
all containers,. all sections ---- --------------- 476 cars Avg. $3.67

Made available.
thru the cooperation of the Flbrida Citrus bEchange & the Federal-State Mar1aet News Service





57 -
IMMD AYR" AUCTION URmGS = sMoAS


CINCINNAT I

FLO RIDA ST OCK CALF. STOCK
Indian River
Standard Standard Wire.. Stda.& Std. Wire- Standard Standard
WeIek Boxes bound Bes bounds Cambid Boxes Boxes
Ending-#rg.Cas g. Cars AAvg. Cas Ca A A Cars Avg.

1943

Oct.. 8 .. ..
15 w w -
2- - 13 $5.38
29 1 $4.40 $4.40 7 5.38
Nov. 5 5.37
12 2 $4.1 $4.13 4 5.39
19 -
26 2 4.19 3 3.71 5 3.90 -
Dec. 3 13 3.56 13 3.56 -
10 1 3.40 10 3.59 11 3.57 3 5.30
17 22 3.42 22 3.42 3 5.33
24 6 3.93 6 3.93 4 5.32
30 13 3.43 13 3.43 3 4.45
Jan. 7 18 3.27 18 3.27 3 3.58
14 18 3.08 18 3.08 1 4.44
21 16 2.97 16 2.97 1 $3.10 7 3.73
28 29 2.85 29 2.85 6 3.75
Feb. 4 18 2.85 18 2.85 5 3.66
11 24 2.71 24 2.71 5 4.28
18 22 2.90 22 2.90 1 4.05 1 5.27
25 1 4.08 14 3.87 15 3.88 2 5.36
Mar. 3 1 2.66 22 3.23 23 3.21 1 3.96 2 5.41
10 25 2.95 25 2.95 2 5.41
17 19 4.07 19 4.07 3 5.29
24 23 3.90 23 3.90 2 5.29
31 14 4.55 14 4.55 3 5.25
Apr. 7 16 4.37 16 4.37 2 5.01
14 18 3.78 18 3.78 1 5.29
21 18 3.40 18 3.40 -
28 1 4.09 18 3.78 19 3.80 2 5.03
May 5 14 3.91 14 3.91 3 5.47
12 9 4.30 9 4.30 -
19 15 4.01 15 4.01 5 5.79
26 11 3.46 11 3.46 7 5.45
June 2 11 4.46 11 4.46 3 5.22
9 16 3.97 16 3.97 7 5.26
16 5 4.69 5 4.69 5 5.67
23 4 4.72 4 4.72 4 5.73
30 1 4.74 7 4.31 8 436 5 5.10
July 7 9 4.02 9 4.02 4 4.97
14 2 4.47 2 4.47 8 5.53
21 1 4.17 1 4.17 4 5.82
28 8 5.82


TOTAL 8 4.01 505 3.55 513 3.55 3 3.70 152 5.12

Total Sales, Florida oranges, all varieties,
all containers, all sections ---------------------------- 516 cars Avg, $3.55

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





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Indian River
Standard I tandard Wire- Stds.& Std.Wire- Standard. Standard
Week B s bound b ds Combined oxes -oxes
Cars Avg. Cars k. C es Ik rg6 C ars Arg. Cars vg.


19
Oct. 8
15
22
-29
Nov. 5
12
19
26
Dec. 3
10
17
24.
30
J 7
14
31
*28
.eb. 4
11
18
S25
Mar, 3
110
17
24
31
Apr. 7
'14
21
28
May 5
12
19
26
June 2
9
16
23
30
July 7
14
21
28


2
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3

4
1
2
1
3
2

1

1
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$3.59
.3.27
5.01
4.60
4.14
4.09
S4.28
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4.73

4.30


$4.47
4.42
4.42
4.41
4.24
3.58
3.48
3.71
4.19
3.68
3, 0
3.47
3.15
2.95
2.60
3.07
3.67
3,65
3,23
3.11
4.29
4.25
4,56
4 ,36
4.06
3.53
4.08
4.82
4.31
4.04
3.61
4.52
4.42
4.33
4.63
4.86
4.38
4.25
4.90


1 $4,47.
6 4.42
5 4.42
9 4.41
9 4.24
23 3,52
25 3.44
23 3.71
7 4.19
9 3.68
9 3.50
12 3.47
17 3.15
19 2 95
20 2.60
12 3.07
17 3.67
24 3.64
39 3.23
28 3.13
17 4.33
22 4.28
13 4.53
23 4.32
29 4.08
33 3.53
23 4.08
14 4.81
24 4.31
20 4.05
25 3.61
8 4.52
23 4.42
10 4.33
16 4.63
12 4.86
17 4.38
8 4.25
5 4.90


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5.42
5.43
5.43
5.44
5.45
5.35
5.36
5.41
5.21
3.92
3.90
4.17
3.82
3.79
4.37
5.36
5.39
5.34
5.38
5.31
5.31
5.31
5.31
5.31
5.22
4.96
5.81
5.64
5.72
5.63
5,36
5.52
5.64
5.63
5.72
5.69
5.54
5.77
5.74


'TTAL ~0 3.90 636 3.85 656 3.85 2 3.27 868 5.18

Total Sales, Florida oranges, all varieties,
all containers, all sections -- -------------- ------ 658 cars Avg. $3.85


Made available
thru. the cooperation of the Florida Citrus Ezohange & the


Federal-State Maket News Service


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Standartandad Wire- Stas.&Std.Wire Standard Standard
Week CBoxer ound Boes ouds Combid Boxes Boxes
Ending Cars Avg. Cars Avg. Car Avg. Cars Avg. Cazs Avg.


1943

Oct. 8
15
23
29
Nov. 5
12
19
26
Dec. 3
. 10
17
24
30
194
Jan. 7
14
21
28
Feb. 4
11
18
25
Mar. 3
10
17
24
31
Apr. 7
14
21
28
SMay 5
MO 12
19
26
Jane 2
9
16
23
30
Jily 7
14
21
28


Baltbimr unavailable during part of season or frnm ec.
TVJune


-



-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-

-
-

-
-
-


$3.85


$4.15
4.15
4.08
4.05
3.78







2.93
2.58
2.37
2.57
4.03
3.41
3.16
3.69
3.66
4.23
4.64
3.82
3.52
3.74
4.34
4.26
4.08
4.26
4.12
3.90


3 to Jan. 28 &
9 to end of season


14

10


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-


$4.15
4.15
4.08
4.05
3,78
a





3.93
2.58
2.37
2.57
4.03
3.41
3.16
3.69
3.66
4.23
4.64
3.82
3.52
3.74
4.30
4.26
4.08
4.26
4.12
3.90


-

$5.41
5.42
5-41
5.40









3.82
3.91
4.50
4.90
5.35
5.43
5.45
-.31
5.30
.5.30
5.30
5.10

5.60
5.30
5.85

5.83
5.56


1 i 3.85 199 3.71 i.0 3.71 78 5.33

Total'Sales, Florida oranges, all varieties, -
all containers, all sections -----2------- -------- 200 cars Avg. $3.71

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


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Staa~tar IStanda~ d Wire- SiAs.& SAt.Wir- SteUdard Steadard
zes boud os Boxes .Boxes
Bing car A g. .Rs As AgI Cs ars


194A

Oct. 8
15
282
829
NoV. 5
12
19
26
Dec. 3
10
17
24
30
Jan. 7
14
21
28
reb. -4
11
18
95
Mar. 3
10
17
*24
31
4r.. 77
14
81
28
Mter 5
18
19
26
June 2
9
16
23
30
July 7
14
21
28


6 .$4,40.
7 4.46
3 4.49
2 4.23
6- 4.29
6 3.46.
11 3.623
3 3.67
10 3.87.
3 3.69.
8, 3.24
10 3.60.
14- 3.22
13 3.27
19 3.00
21 3.01,
19 3.21
19 3.71
15 3.65
18 3.41
6 4.09
9 4.53
9 4.65
18 4.50
29 4.09
22 3.91.
24 3.89
27. 4.24
14 4.62
18 4.62
20 4.54
27 4.20'
10 4.38
14 4.77
19 4.65
11 4.86
4 4.82
2 4.77
1 4.81
3 4.82


1 4.3
6 .35
31 4.34
42 4.29
71 4,26
115 4.09
303 3.42
317 3.38
213 3.51
124 3.79
153 3.63
191 3.15
228 3.10
284 3.08.
315- 2.98
360 .2.76
323 .2.81
309 3.18
233 3.75
415 3,50
462 3,29
302 .3.85
337 4.35
247 .4.65
328 4.61
459 3.95
48 3.63
346 3.79
251 4.23
297 4.42
318 4.28
366 3.94
205 3.74
212 4.48
142 4.69
150 4.73
163 4.41
183' 4.27
95 4.46
56 4.49
9 4.15


TOAL, 5000 3.;99 9380- 3.76... 9880 3,77 .969 4.31 8368 5.15

Tota Sales, F'orida o*mges, all varieties,..
all containers, all sections ----- .. -12,849 oars Lkg,.$3.89

St o Made Eailable
tbru the cooperation of the Florida Citrus 2kobhnge & the 3ederal-State Ms.kret' News' Service


1 $4.30
12 4.37
38 4.36
45 4.30
73 4.35
121 4.10
309 3.42
328 3.39
216 3.51
134 3.79
156 3.63
199 3.15
238 3.12
298 3.09
328 2.99
379 2.77
344 2.82
328 3.18
252 3.75
430 3.50
480 3.29
308 3.85
346 4.35
256 4.65
346 4.60
488 3.96
440 3.64
370 3.79
278 4.23
311 4.43
336 4.30
386 3.97
232 3.79
222 4.48
156 4.70
169 4.78
174 4.44
167 4.28
97 4.47
57 4.49
12 4.32


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7... $4.43.
33. 4.41
62 4.10.
100. 3.96
97.- 4.01
92- 4.30..
78, 4.25..
81 4.05
94 4.05
95 3.92
119' 3.79
130 3.57
131 3.41-
106 3.68
71 4.01
73 4.34
113 4.22
97 4.32
99 4.75
87 4.98
91 5.04
78 4.76
122 4.33
147 4.15
108 4.51
101 4.93
101 4.92
80 4.74
99 4.19
75 5.00
56 5,10
60 5.10
62 5.00
85 4.85
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364 $5.43
279 5.42
215 5.42
219 5.42
29 5.41
6 5.36
123 5.36
194 5.37
199 5.37
211 5.10
286 4.32
310 3.73
278 3.69
353 3.74
280 3.70
226 4.23
139 5.12
141 5.37
133 5.36
96 5.35
.92 5.27
120 5.29
95 5.29
148 5.27
163 5.28
176, 5.20
68 5.17
222 5.78
123 5.58
141 5.62
325 5.60
284 5.39
346 -5.37
269 5.49
337 5.68
2886 5.68
9 5.56
33 5.66
296 5.72
323 5.77


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SED G RAPElilT A. SEEDLESS (?EFRAIIT
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En^ _-Boxes xIiud c o a e ia 9x8. Itl IBt a Bo


10/8
15
22
li29
1115
'12
19
26
12/3
* 17
.424
30

14

2/4
11
18
25
3/3
10
17
24
31.
4/7
14.
21
88
5/5


612
9
-16
23
30
7/7
14
21
28


- -

3 3.54
3 3.55
23.55
1 3.56
1 3.54
3 2..95
3 3.73
1 2.97


1 2.61
2 1.98
1 1.96
1 2.26
1 2.51




- -

1 2.65
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1 3.85
1 -3


- -
1 3.38
1 3.32
3 3.39
1 3.36
8 3.41
8 3.38.
24 ,61
10 2.62
3. -
3 3.05
2 2.78
5 2.23
8 2.04
8 2.31
1 2.51
3 2.36
3 2.28
4 2.24
2 2.47
13.17
3 2.58
3 2.56


- -


4
4
5
82
8
9
27
13
1
3
3
7
9
3
1
4
3
4
2
1
3
3









1
1


3.50
3.49
3.45
3.46
3.41
3.40
2.65
2.65
2.97
3.05
2.72
2.16
2.03
2.29
2.51
2.40
2.28
2.24
2.47
3.17
2.58
2.59









3.85
3.85


- ..

10 3.73
23 3.80
5 3.65
8 2.99
53.57
4 3.72
3 3.65
4 3.45
17 2.96
23 2.59
11 2.74
10 2.99
14 2.91
10 3.03
6 3.15
7 3.09
8 3.25
4 3.32
4 361
4 3.88
4 3.38
7 3.28
9 3.08
4 3.89
54.15
6 4.10



- 4.


2 3.85

34.06
1 3.76
1 3.68
7 3.01
7 2.95
3 3.95
1 3.15
- *
1 3.05
6 2.59
1 2.01
1 3.05
- w
1 2.68
3 3.66
1 2.78
63.86
5 3.36
5 3.45
9 3.26
2 3.45
3 3.32
7 3.50
2 3.70
3 3.56
23.54
1 3.85
1 3.45
33.81

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4 2.51
16 3.04
2 2.85
3 3.90
1 3.05
4 2.70
16 2.41
18 2.19
7 2.44
3 2.60
6 2.53
11 2.55
11 2.54
6 2.65
15 2.53
1 2.73
6 3;29
15 3.46
16 3.17
9 2.97
11. .94
18 3.51
16 3.72
29 3.50'
25 3.39
21 3.35
18 2.80
7 3.66
15 3.81
2 3.82
1 3.75
7 3.53
7 3.94
53.19


$ $


- -

2 3.85

3 4.06
1 3.76
1 3.68
11 2.83
23 3.01
5 3.51
4 3.71
1 3.05
5 2.77
22 2.46
18 2.19
8 2.39
4 2.71
6 .2.53
12 2.56
13 2.56
7 2.67
15 2.53
7 3.70
11 3.32
20 3.46
25 3,20
11 3,06
14 3.02
25 3.51
18 3.72
33 3.51
27 3.40
22 3.37
19 2.83
7 3.66
18 3.81k
2 3.82
1 3.75
7 3.53
7 2.94
5 3,19


a a


11 4.26
6 4.17
13 4.25
36 3.99
52 3.68
50 3.73
19 4.13
27 4.18
69 3.89
70 3.54
93 3.26
64 3.48
64 3.75
72 3.55
91 3.43
97 3.41
87 3.58
86 3.61
84 3.58
79 4.10
66 4.23
85 4.13
73 3.99
66 4.01
54 4.28
62 4.31
56 4.27
45 4.29
26 4.31
53 4.10
43 4.30
23 4.33
20 4.33
6 4.33
5 4.34


S 363.04 95 2.70 i.21 ;78" i5 3.26 87 3.34 352 3.09 439 3.14. :I3 3.85

Total SaleJ, Florida grapefruit,. 1l varieties,
all containers, all sections ----------- --------- 2,628 care Avg'3.63

Inede available
th=r the cooperation of the Ilorida Citrus Ekchange & the Federal-State Market News Service




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1943-44 SEiASON

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Standard Std.WiTre- its S
bBoxes oundgoes Comibind B Bes
CarslA b CarsvA. CarsIAvg. Cars vg.


Week
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10/8
15
22
29
11/5
12
19
26
12/3
10
17
24
30


214
.28
2/4
11
18
-2638
3/3
10
17
.24
.31
4/7

19
21
28

19
26
6/2
9
S16
23
30
7/7
14
21
28


- -

1 3.50
1 3.55
2 3.53
2 3.59

1 2.70
1 3.32
2 3,32


1 3.00
2 2.98
1 3.60
1 3,46
taf -
- -


1 3.735

2 4.39
3 4.11
- ,b

1 3.55

1 3.69
1 3.83
3 3.81
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- a -
1 3,50 1 3.94
58 2 3.47 13.57
S 2 3.53 1 3.62
i6 3 3.51 1 3.77 -
1 4 3.31 1 3.80
a8 8 3.18 1 3.78 2 3.70 1 3.40
9 7 2.70 6 3.46 3 2.77
17 3.3.29 23.08 1 3.48
37 5 3.29 33.43 6 3.09
57 13.37 1 378 23,43
50 1 3.30 1 3.76 1 3.40


3.3

3:.
3.3
3.3
3.1
3.E
3.?
3.2
3.3
3.3


3.59
2.81
2.98
2.95
3.02
4.02
3.04
3.50
3.47
3.78
3.51
3.21

4.04
-

4.04




-
-


1 3.47
5 3.06
1 2.54
1 3,77
2 3.22
3 2.90
3 2.85
2 3.41
2 2.82
2 4.38
2 3.21
3 4.07
7 3.19
4 3.39
5 3.85
5 3.54
3 3.89
3 3.83
5 3.54
1 2.40
2 3.48
3 3.84
2 3.84
3 3.83
3 3.71
1.3.65
- .


5 2.91
3 2.83
7 2.40
4 2.36
3 2.84
6 2.74
6 2.79
3 3.11.
4 2.71
9 2.82
2 3.64
12 3.69
8 3.55
12 3.08
10 2.98
7 3.05
12 3.59
7 3.85
19 3.77
26 3.32
20 3.25
5 2.94
4 3.31
53.95
5 3.83
5 3.79
1 3.77
3 3.18
7 3.40
6 3.07


1 3.94
1 3.57
1 3.62
1 3.77
1 3.80
3 3.60
3 2,77
3 3.21
9 3.20
2 3.43
1 3.40
5 2.91
4 2.99
12 2.68
5 2.40
4 3.07
8 2.86
9 2.83
6 2.98
6 2.94
11 2.82
4 4.01
14 3.62
11 3.69
19 3.12
14 3.10
12 3.38
17 3.58
10 3.86
22 3.78
31 3.35
21 3.21
7 3.09
4 3.31
8 3.91
7 3.83
8 3.80
4 3.72
3 3.18
8 3.43
6.3.07


-



4.24
4.15


3.95 0


4 3.98
3 3.93
8 3.46
11 3.14
4 3.51
7 3.56
16 3.03
13 3.23
12 3.54
13 3.48
17 3.91
19 4.19
25 4.01
21 3.91
15 4.00
13 4.10
11 4.14
11 4.32
11 4.31
11 4.19
13 4.09
.10 3.90
6 4.09
4 4.34
1 4.33


27 3~59 94.2.97


121 3.11


46 3.30 84 3.48 242 3.27


326 3.32 285 3.85


Total Sales, Florida grapefruit, all varieties,
all containers, all sections --------- ------ 778 cars.Ag. $3.48

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


6 2,86
17 2,60
3 2.43
3 2.11
1 3.46
7 2.24
5 2,78
3 2.69
3 2.44
1 2.22
1 3.73

2 4.39
3 4.11
1 2.18
1 4.47
3 4.01
2 4.01
1 2.15
1 2.75
2 3.77.
1 3.83
2 3.83
7 3.82Z
8.3.72
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5 2.83
15 2.55
2 1.85
3 2.11
7 2.24
5 2.78
3 2.69
3 2.44
1 2.22




1 2.18
1 4.47
34.01
1 4.47
1 2.15
1 -.75
1 3.85
1 3.83
1 3.83
4 3.83
8 3.72


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I-- $ $ $ $ 4 $ .


10/8
15
22
29
11/5
12
19
26
12/3
10
17
24
30


14-
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28
2/4
11
18
25
3/3
10
17
24
31
4/7
14
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28
5/5
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6/2
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3 3.45
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5 3.26
10 3.68
6 4.19
11 4.37
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12 3.94
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otll. Sales, Florida gr efruit, all varieties,
all containers, all sections -------.. ..---. 338 cars Arg. $3.64
S,- .' .'

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






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5 3.33
9 3.78
7 3.60
7 3.67
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3.37
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3.32
3.33
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TALS 3 3.95 8 3.03 11 3.28 39 3.32 78 3.38 117 3.37 -

Total Sales, Florida gra.efruit, all varieties,
all containers, all sections ------------------- .- 128 cars Arg. $3.36

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


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25 2.05 12.05 2.6 2.33 32.53 14-3
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0 19 2 3.34 23.34
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21 a a a -. 2 3.56 3 3.56 -
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TAL 3 3.81 22.09 53.12 33.01 363.25 39 3.3 5 4.2

Total Sales, Florida grapefruit, all varieties,
all containers, all sections ------------------- 49 cars rg. 3.3

Made available
thru the cooperation of the Florida Citrus Ehabange & the Federal4State Market.N ews Service






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TBot Sales, Florida grrefruit, all varieties,
all oantainers. all sect ons ----------------' ----.. 69 carSs AV. $3.20


Made, available
thru the, cooperation pt the Florida Citrus Exohange & -he Fedeavl-State Marke NeWes, Service


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1943-44 SEAS3N

T." LO I S

UT. sED gEamUI L. SE"SS MA, c.a.i. nIT
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Week Standard!, Std.Wire- ,ebs Standard Standard St d.Mie- i rebouis Standard.
ind- Boxes to m B Be es ouI' s mbe Boxoes
i8S Cars Avg. Care lAg. Ceas(Avg. Carslrg. Cars |Ag g. ar as .s
8$ 8 $ $ $ $ $

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21 ;- - -
29 .
111/5 a 4 4 7
13 13.61 13.61 -
19 2 a a -
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38 a a a a a .. 6 3.49 6 3.49 a a
a/l - a a .s ae a 4 3,79 4 3,79 -
1 .. 8 3.39 8 3.39
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6 1 3.77 1 3.77 a
6/ 1 3.77' 1 3.77
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23 ... a- .
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Toll S~aes. 'oridaj g'efr-it, all viamweties,
all containers, all sections -----... -A-............ 44 Oas Arg. $3.51

Made available
thru the cooperation of .the flr.ida Citris Icchange & the Federal-State Market News Service





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28 22.44 3.44
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11 2.14 .1 2.14
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25 -- 1 3.49 2 2.34 3 2.72 -
3/3 1 2.19 12.19 13.65 1 3.65 -
10 -- 2.71 22.71 -
17 23.0 a2 3.20
24 .- 13.25 6 2.59 7 2.68
31 3 3.16 .3 3.16
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21 3- a -- - a - 3.57 3 3.57
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- '_ot Sal es, lFlorida grapefruit, all varieties, "'
all containers, all sections --o-**.^.- - 90 cars Arg. $3,05

.ad-, =a.ilat b,.l' ..
thru. the cooperation of the Florida Citrus Eaxcheage & ith1 federal-State Market News Service





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FlA. SEED MRXPlBUIT M1.. SEBDL18 GRAPEFRUIT

Jtds.& St& Id A+' LStd 1. cL td. Riv
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Z3d- Boxe., biotadBa e a Boxes Boxes to es- Coabin rsas.g.
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10/8
15
22
29
11/5
18
19
26

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14
23
28
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11
18
25
3/3
10
17
24
31
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14
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26
6/2
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28


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1 3.421
3 3.29
3 3.2
2 3.03
3 3.49
6 3.48
3 3.41
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4 3.48
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2 3.96
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Total Sales, Florida gt efrlit, all varieties,
all containers, all sections ---9---r--,- -- .>---- 97 cars Avg.:$3 .31


Made available
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WEIGHID AVMOAME AUCTION PRICES FILEJIDA SE & SEESSS GRAPERPIT

1943.44 SZiASON


BALTIMOflE


r SiA. SEED cRfPEgEUIT g II. SEBEDESS CGAP l RUIT

Stds.& Std. t my, ds.& St.. d.'R.
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Ita- Bos ota s Cab d Boxes a' s niBe od Bozeq
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$ $ $ $ $ $ $
Baltimore, unavailable during part of season or from Dec. 3 to Jan 28 and
S" June 9 to end of season


a --- -. . -


- 2 3.45 2 3.45 -
- 3 3.35 3 3.35
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15
22
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12
19











18
28
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12
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Totals Sales, lorida grapefruit, all varieties,
all containeTs, all sections .---- -- --- ----- 43 cars Avg. $3.14



Made available .
thbru the cooperation of the tlorida Citruis EIchange & the Federal-State Market SNews Service


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10/8
15
22
11/5
12
19
26-
12/3
10
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14
21
28
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11
18
25
3/3
10
17
24
31
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14
21
28
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5 3.53
7 3.60
6 3.60
7 3.71
3 3.45
1 3.54
5 2.79
5 2.72
3 3.20
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2 2.80
4 2.48
2 2.78
1 2.26
1 3.46
1 2.51

1 2.44
1 3.73

3 3.81
4 4.22





1 3.69
1 3.83
4 3.82
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3.38
3.35
3.46
3.39
3.31
3.13
2.65
2.73
3.27
3.37
3.11
2.69
2.47
2.00
2.17
2.25
2.28
2.58
2.69
2.26
2.35
2.78
2.58
2.66
2.18
4.47
4.01
3.63
2.15
2.75
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3.83
3.83
3.83
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14
16
27
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3.50
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3.32
3.14
2.67
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3.37
3.11
2.71
2.47
2.13
2.18
2.49
2.30
2.58
2.69
2.28
2.35
3.73
2.78
2.58
3.15
4.22
2.18
4.47
4.01
3.60
2.15
2.75
3.77
3.83
3.83
3.82
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10 3.73 5
24 3.80 3
12 3.48 7
1i 2.86 9
5 3,57 6
7 3.79 1
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24 3.1 9
42 3,69 11
19 3.80 8
14 2.96 3
16 2.92 5
11 3.12 8
9 3.11 11
11 3.17 5
12 3.24 4
7 3.52 12
10 3.58 9
5 3.75 11
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7 3.28 9
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3
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3.92
-

4.08
3.89
3.69
3.01
2.98
3.69
3.15

3.05
3.81
,58
.30
2.99
2.82
2.95
3.26
2.87
3.86
3,32
3.67
3.19
3.43
3.65
3.57
3.85
3.73
3.62
3.26
3.47
3.39
3.82
3.84
3.83
3.71
3.65


9
20
33
23
11
18
23
27
18
32
13
36
35
39
37
41
59
56
82
81
66
40
35
41
11
19
4
- 14
23
16


3.76
3.57
3.62

2.85
2.39
2.89
3.03
3.71
3.22
2.82
2.52
2.31
2.55
2.60
2.65
2.71
2.57
2,64
2.62
3.15
3.28
3.40
3.06
2.98
3.21
3.56
3.66
3.54
3.35
3.41
3.10
3.73
3.64
3.75
3.42
3.66
3.35
3.09
3.09


5 3.88
1 3.57
1 3.62
8 4.08
5 3.89
9 3.13
17 2.65
32 2.92
14 3.31
6 3.62
2 3.22
10 2.84
29 2.61
44 2.50
31 2.56
14 2.77
23 2.72
31 2.74
38 2.68
23 2.77
36 2.65
25 3.49
45 3.29
46 3.46
64 3.11
46 3.07
49 3.28
74 3.56
62 3.68
91 3.56
92 3.38
69 3.40
43 3.13
36 3.72
47 3.66
13 3.76
22 3.47
7.3.68
14 3.35
24 3.11
16 3.09


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144.237
'7 4.17
14 4.24
40 3.94
58 3.63
50 3.73
23 4,10
27 4.18
73.3,90
75 3.57
104-3.28
86 3.42
.75 3.68
85 3.55
116 3.41
120:3.40
116 3.54
104 3.57
113 3.65
104,4.12
103 4.19
131 4.04
102 3.97
91 4.01
75 4.26
83 4.33
77 4.30
69 4.28
47 4.23
73 4.07
54 4:27
34 4.36
22 4.34
10 4.39
7 4.38


319 .96 299 3.25 245 339 1019 3.19 1264 3.23 2382 3,86


botal Sales, flo.ida grefruit, all varieties,
all containers, all sections .-----.-----. ----


4,264 cars Abg. $3.56


Made available
thru the cooperation of the nlorida Citrus Bhbange & the Federal-State Mket News .Service


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1943

Oct. 8
15
22
829
Nov,. S
12
19
26
Dec. 3
10
17
24
*30

14
21
88
'feb. 4'
11
18
25
Mar. 3
10
17
24
31
Apr. 7
14
.21
28
May 5
12
19
826
June 2
9
16
23
30
July 7
14
21
28


6 3.61
4 3.49
5 3.45
5 3.82
9 3.45
10 3.43
38 2.70
36 2.88
6 3.42
4 3.71
4 3.05
8 2.75
29 3.39
27 2.13
11 2.36
5 2.67
10 2.47
15 2.50
13 2.56
n 2.51
17 2.52
7 3.70
12 3.31
23 3.34
28 3.13
11 3.06
14 3.02
25 3.51
18 3.72
32 3.51
2. 3.37
19 2.83
7 3.66
18 3.81
.3 3.83
2 3.80
7 3.53
7 3.94
5 3.19


60 3.59
55 3.72
23 4.06
30 4,13
73 3.87
87 3.43
16 3.13
74 3.65
86 3.45
101 3.39
103 3.39
94 3.54
94 3.58
88 3.57
83 4.08
70 4,21
89 4.10
80 3.93
75 .3.90
58 4.25
63 4.31
61 4.26
51 4.27
86 .4.31
53 4.0
43 4.39
83 4.0833
70 4.31




6 4.:
80 3493
65 4.314




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2 $3.7,
3 3.5C
3 3.5(
4 3.51
5 3.41
11 3.8a
10 2.71
6 3.2S
14 3.3M
3 3.41
2 3.3E
11 2.86
21 2.68
15 3.6:
8 2.2s
5 3.1E
15 2.5T
14 2.8]
9 2.88
9 :2.7
12 2.77
5 3.9E
14 3.6;
. 11 3.6
21 3,24
17 3.2E
13 3.2a
18 3.62
10 3.86
25 3.8C
33 3.3S
22 3.1E
.8 3.0E
6 3 4E
9 3.9C
9 3.82
15 3.81
12 3.7i
3 3.1E
8 3.42
6 3.07


3_. 9 3.0 3. .n**
0mmAL 560 3.06 2068 3.79 111 3.61 447 3.26 331 3.78 126 3.84

ohal, Sales, _lorida, all varieties, con-- otal Sales, iloa.., ail vai .s contain.
trainers & sections ---- 2,6288ars Avg. $3.63 & ers & sections -- 778 cars Avg. $3.49

Made available
thr= the cooperation of the Florida Citrfu Se change & the Fe4eral-State Market News Service


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2 $4.24 1 $3.65


1 $3.80
7 3.11.
12 3.31
7 4.05
15 3.86
7 3.82
8 3.41
5 3.68
6 3.31
4 3.40
5 3.95
7 4.09
7 3.38
1 3.94
5 2.99
-3 4.45
4 4.44
1 4.45.
4 2.59
1 2.84

1 3.15
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2 3.96
6 6 3.46

4 3.91
S1 3.76
4 3.98
S 7 3.73
S 18 3.09
15 3.09
S6 3.32
S 9 3.44
17 3.09
- 15 3.21
F 14 3.53
14 3.48
80 3.89
83 4.07
g 3.98
S1 3,91
15 4.00
S13 4.10
13 4.13
11 4.32
11 4.31
11 4.19
13 4.09
10 3.90
.6 4.09
4 4.34
1 1. 4.33

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4.00
3.48
3.03
3.54
3.40
3.37
3.12
3.22
2.41
3.53
3.21
3.47
3.03
3.28
3.47
3.33
3.45

2.90
2.75

3.65

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Oct. 8
15
22
29
Nov. 5
12
19
26
Dec. 3
10
17
24
30

a. 7
14
21
28
Feb. 4
11
18
25
Mar. 3
10
17
24
31
Apr. 7
14
21
28
*May 5
12
19
26
June 2
9
16
23
30
July 7
14
21
28


2.74







2.28

3.42
3.15
2 so

2.50
2.43


3.83
3.50
3.45
2.18
3.55



3.04
3.72
3.46
3.64
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3.54




3.60
2.77


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- -

3(4.15


5 3.38
0 2 .96

3 3.97
2 3.94


5 4.03
12 2.99
14 3.24
9 3.04
6 3.61
9 3.91
11 3.53
19 3.31
8 3.22
10 3.68
8 4.06
11 4.37
24 3.82
14 3.82
la 3.94
10 4.32
10 4.49
11 4.44
'13 4.30
8 4.21
10 4.09
5 4.27
7 4.48
1 4.49
4 4.49
2 4.49
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3.29
2.69
3.35
2.77
2.84
3.04
2.77
2 19
3.37
2.89
3.63
3.14
3.63
3.33
3.81
3.65
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3.74
3.77
3.35
3.85
4.51
3.97
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2,04

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1 3.86
5 3.73
6 3.48
6 2.62
3 3'.32
10 3.10
6 2.93
2 3.41

7 3.20
7 3.12
7 2.95
3 3.52
6 3.04
8 3.11
S 3.28
7 3.29
9 2.98
5 2.61
3.
3 3.25
7 3.12
4 3.21
2 3.10
1 3.54
1 3.03


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Dotal Sales, Florida, a41.arieties, con- Total Sales, ela.., all varieties, contn-
tainars & sections --- .338 cars Avg. $3.64 ersg & sedtians --- 128 care Avg.. $3.36


SMade- available
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(ALL vAe~iUT!K~n -.


Oct.' 8
15
23
29
Nov. 5
1. 12
19
326
Deo.. 3.
10
S17
.24
30

Ja. 7
14
21
S28
7eb. 4
11
.18
25
Mas.- 3
10
S17
24
31
Alr. 7
414
328
My 5
13
19
26
Jvne 2
9
16
23
30
July 7
14
21
28


1*~4.16-
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2 3.95

1 2.64


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2 2.88
4 2.49
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1 2.79
-2 2.13
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4 2.41
1 2.76

2 3.77
4 3.43
2 3.79
2. 3.34
3 3.46
3 3.35
3' 3.86
3 3.18


1 ..3.52
23 3.56
3 3.88


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9
4
10
7
4

4
9
9
7
9
11
5
6
'7
10
3
7
7
11
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3.78
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2.89




3.35
3.37
3.16
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3.11
3.14
3.69
2.94
3.20
2, 74
2.52
3.17
3.71
3.32
3.83
3.61

2.59

3.55

3.89
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. $3.89
1 3.75
3 3.64
6 3.81
5 3.47
3 2.75
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2 2.30





4 2.63
1 2.41
. 1 3.06
3 3.07
3 3.17
2 2.96
1 2.88
2 2.60

2 3.83
6 3.41
5 3.19
1 2.72

1 3.88
8- 3.37
1 3.65
2-3.44

1 1.54


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Total Sales Florida grapefruit, all vasrities Total Sales, Fla., il varaiot.es contain-
containers sections -- 49 cars Avg. *3.33 ers & sections -- 69 cars.Avg. $3.20

i a c.avaJilble -
thru the cooperation of the Florida Citrus :kohaknge & the Fede ral-State Market News Service


4-





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4.35.
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2 3.24
3 3.28
9 3.34
10 3.22
25 2:.3
13 2.41
14 3.33
13 2.51
14 2.87

14 2.77
19 2.87
27 2.95
24 2.81
23 3.49
17 2.55
23 2.94
23 3.75
21 2.75
23 2.74
19 3.18
15 3.44
29 3.08
22 3.19
16 3.16
12 3.57
9 3.54
8 2.84
7 2.58
1 2.75
1 2.80

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Oct. 8
15
22
29
iov. 5
12.
19
26
Dec, 3
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17
24
30


14
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28
e-b. 4
11
18
25
Mar. 3
10
S17
24.
31
Apt. 7
14
21
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* 'oy 5
12
19
26
June 2
9
16
23
30
July I7
14
21
28


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3.49
3.79
3.39
3.22
3.77
3.77
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3.63
3.57
2.72
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2.80
2.37


2.65




2.52
2.80
3.77
2.51
2.84
3.95
3.27
2.99.
2.93
3.33
3.56
2.93
3.64
3.21
2.30
3.56-
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3.37
2.44
3.18
2.14
2,71
2.71
2.72
2.92
3.71
3.20
2.68
3.16
3.06
3.02
3.57
3.52
3.58
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3.21
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2 3.228
12 3,47
8 3.35
12 3,4
7 2.93
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5 2.4 .
6 3.26
11 3.19
8 2.27
6 2.72
4 2.90
5 3.00
8 2.98
7 2.73
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5. 3.15
6 ':2.98
6 3.16
6 3.05
1 3.49

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taihers & sdtipons ----. 44 oars Ayg. .$3.1 e: s seobis i --t 90 cars Avg.$a.O05


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3 8.67 7 .75
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1 .55 11 8.87
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4 3.08 7 3386
3 3.0 11 3,3
8 3.03 11 3.18
3 3.49 3 3.61
6 3.48 4 3.68
4 3.48 1 3.3
9 3.69 3 3.84
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Wire-boui ds In Wire-bouncs
Week Combined. Stbadards Combined
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Oct. 8
15
22
29
Nov. 5
12
19
26
Dec. 3
10
17
24
30
J 7
14
21
28
Feb. 4
11
18
25
Mar. 3
10
17
34
31
Apr. 7
14
21
28
May 5
12
19
26
June 2
9
16
23
30
July 7
14
21
28


$3.67
3.54
3.52
3.71
3.41
3.14
2,66
2.85
3.29
3.58
3.15
2.77
2.54
2.42
2.48
2.70
2.58
2.70
2.68
2.61
2.62
3.50
3.26
3.41
3.11
3.16
3.26
3.57
3.68
3.57
S3.39
3.38
3.12
3.72
3.66
3.77
3.56
3.71
3.35
3.11
3.09


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99
146
105
89
101
127
129
127
116
120
114
108
135
109
100
80
83
83
76
47
73
54
34
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3.91
3.96
3.83
3.60

4.10

3.88
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3.11
3.30
3.57
3.45
3.38
3.38
3.51
3.54
3.64
4.07
4.17
4.02
3.92
3.93
4.24
4.33
4.29
4.25
4.23
4.07
4.27
4.36
4.34
4.39
4.38
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3.48
3.54
3.46
3.02
2.70
2.98
3.04
3.07
3.00
3.00
3.11
2.92
2.85
2.83
*2.89
3.04
2.93
2.79
2.80
3.22
3.43
3.13
3.03
3.24
3.58
3.20
3.29
2.99
2.45
2.91
2.27


TOT'AL. 1,583 3.18 2,681 3.79 1,651 3.00

.Total Sales, Florida .grapefruit, all varieties,
all containers and all sections ----- ------ 4,264 cars Avg, $3.56


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


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.EW X.i CIT.r ZADBIEEIA BOS0. PITSBUEH I A17 D

W..k
Cars Avg Car Avg. Cars.. Avrg. Cars Arg. Cars AVg.

19-43


Nov, 5 -. -
u .. -
19 3 $2.27 .. -
26 2 2.37 3 3.36 -
Dec, 3 3 2.38 .37 -
10 3 2.41 : 2.36 $2.45 -
17 15 2.37 2a.36 1 $2.43 -
.24 13 2.47 2.44 .51 1 .50
30 12 2.40 2.35 1 2.37 2 2.53 1 2.E5
7 34 2.16 3 2.28 1 -2.53 4 2.46 3 2.35
14 86 1.8 32 2.31 8 1.83 7 2.15 9 2.35
21 58 1,97 34 2.10 2 3.42 6 2.27 5 2.39
28 26 2.38 14 2.40 3 2.55 2 2.49 1 2.57
Feb. 4 20 2,45 5 2.39 1 Z.51 1 2.05
11 18 2.36 3 2.54 1 2. D
18 12 2.40 2.35 -
25 9 2.33 1 2.28 -
Mar. 3 1 2.49 -
10 1 2.78 -
17 1 2.78 -
24 2 2.91 .- .* -
31 2 2.90 -
Apr. 7 2 3.79 -1 2.77 -
14 : 1 2.76 -



19 1 2.60 '
266 1 134 2 ..3 22 2.37


TOTABL 36 2,16 134 2.28 22 2.27 22 32.32 22 2.37


Quotations on basis of 4/5 bushel box


thrmu the cooperation


Made available -
of the floridii.Citrus Eschange &


the ,ederal.State Market News Service
*M ..,.





79 -
oIGa D ERAEE 4sCTIo ER'OIcS MraIOR. LANGranMs
1943-44 S ASO


CHICAGO ST. IOUIS CIJCINTAXI IETBOIT B.ALTIPDB


Ending Cars Avg. Cars Avg. Cars Ag. Cars Arg, Cars Avg.

1943


Nov. 5 -
12 .. .
19 1 2.54 -
26 .. .. .. .. .
Dec. 3
10 1 2.50 -
17 2 2.44 2 $2.37 1 $2.38 1 $2.48
24 2 2.46 1 2.46 2 2.37 1 2.55 -
30 3 2.47 6 2.23 1 2.39 3 2.48
7 3 2.50 1 2.47 2 6 1 2.48 -
14 14 2.25 5 2.44 6 3 10 2.37 -
21 11 2.06 8 2.29 4 5 6 2.26 -
28 3 2.35 2 2.48 2 239 5 2.48 -
Feb. 4 3 2.48
11 .
18 2.06 1 2.49 -
25 1 2.21 -
Mar. 3. .. .
10 1 2.79 -
17. ..
31 . .
Apr, 7 -
14 -
21 -
28 .. ..
May 5 1 1 1
1. .
19 -
26 - "


OTAL 40- 2.7 ... 26 2.36 21 2.26 31 2.40 -




Quotations on basis of 4/5 bushel box



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




W 80
wu'rm'i'!n Aini'RlA1! AnrT!nTfa lW .eTrEm! 1'riwB~m dAaiisrsrm~ a


'YlrrrT iA~ L~IY; m (Lr~~~YLSLCC IY~L~ L


'OCTL A1L CITIES

Week. -
Enpaing Cars Average


-- S


November 5
19 4 $2.34
26 4 .36
December 3 5: 2.38
S10 7 2.41
17 34 2.38
24 26 2.46
30 35 2.38
1944
Jauay 7 72 2.25
14 177 2.05
21 134 2.08
28 58 2.41
February 4 ,30 2.43
11 22 2.39
18 20 2.36
25 11 8.32
March 3 1 2.49
1 0 3 2.78
17 1 2.78
4 3 2.91
31 2 2.90
April 7 3 2.78
14 1 2.76
21 -
28 2 2.81
may 5
12 -
19 1 1 2.60
26 -



'TOIL '"*"* M' 644 '2.23




Quotations on basis of 4/5 bushel beo: x



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




81-,
m LA AUCTIZ1W ZS. 1932133-1943/44
Made available
thrlu the cooperation of the lori da Citrs Erchage & the lederal-State Marlke News Service


.... ,.


Cars
1943-44 Avg.
Cars
1942-43 Avg.
Cars
1941-42 Avg.
Cars
1940-41 Avg.
Cars
1939-40 Avg.
Cars
1938-39 Avg.
Cars
1937-38 Avg.
Cars
1936-37 Avg.
Cars
1935-36 Avg.
Cars
1934-35 Avg.
Cars
1933-34 Avg.
Cars
1934-33 Avg.


6839
$3.98
6774
.$3.86
9053
$2.86
10089
$2.37
8758
$2.43

$2.10
10328
$2.36
9112
$3.23
7503
$3.02
8343
$2.61
7613
$2.75
9238
$2.43


2257 678 522
$3.82 $4.02 .3.86
2330 851 439
$3.70 $3.82 $3.72
3064 1377 337
$2.76 .$2.90 $2.73
3320 1385 426
$2.26 $.,45 $2.31
2908 1290 364
$2.25 .2.47 $3.16
4049 2132 694
$1.99 ,$2.16 $2.11
3376 1849 495
$2.20 $2.34 $2.18
3164 1657 429
$3.15 $3.38 $3.12
2624 1561 340
$2.93 $3.02 $2.95


2720
$2.47
2632
$2.62
2868
$2.45


1419 511
$2.58 $2.44
1436 515
$2.69 $2.54
1419 579
$2.53. $2.35


S488 815
$3.86 $3.89
483 939
$3.85 $3.77


568
.$2.91
647

589
$2.31
1091
$2.20
898
$2.28
8324
$3.21
559
$3.04
578
$2.53
526
$2.63
553
$2.40


863
$2.88
1020
$2.45
1012
$2.41


.476 516 658 200
$3.67 $3.55 $3.85 $3.71
359 742 412. 377
$3.70 $3.55 $3.87 $3.56
204 1002 353 312
$2.70 $2.64 $2.88 $2.77
312 1077 434 261
$2.25 .$2.18 $2.42 $2.22
318 1031 393 173
$2.09 $2.05 $2.5. '$2.33


1639 511 1555
$2.26 $2.01 $2.01
1394 413 1181
$2.39 $2.05 $2.15


1080
$3.33
878
$3.15
1070
$2.59
894
$2.67
921
$2.55


364
$3.01
249
$3.72
258
$2.34
266
$2.46
273
$2.30


708
$3.12
555
$2.87
553
$3.35
495
$2.47

$2.04


717
$2.17
550
$2.26
412
$3.27
271
$3.08
280
$2.47
267
$2.69
256
$2.46


396
$1.94
302
$1.98
3282
$2.98
240
$2.82
258
$2.44
142
$2.88
i-


GSBAP E RUIT

N. Y. JBML BOSTP, PITTC. LEVM. CI2C.


'1963.44 Avg..
Cars
1943-44 Avg.

Cars
1941-43 Avg.
Cars
1940-41 Avg.
Cars
1939-40 Avg.
Cars
i938-39 Avg.


2628 778 338 128
$3.63 $3.48 $3.64. $3.36
3411 967 48 '142
$3.18- $2.97 $3.21 ,$2.90
4519 1166 712 125
$2.54 $2.36. $2.55 $2.33
5035 1334 805 349
$1.96. $1.75 $1.93 $1.76.
4765 11 3 633 181
$2.21 $1.98 $2.10 $1.92
6389 1429 1020 329
$1.75 $1.57 $1.73 $1.68


49
$3.32
96
$2.90
136
$2.61'
256
$1.92.
141
$2.11.
384
$1.77


69 2 4 9 7 4j 4264
$3.20 $3.51 $3.0 $3. 1 $3.14 $3.56
114 19 201 8. 82 5604
$3.17 $2.96 $2.67. $3.00 $2.71. $3.11
208 51 323 98 88 .735
$2.83 $2.73 $2,.33 $2.64 $8.60 $2.58
313 109' 416. 215 91 8823
$9.00o $1.77. $1.74. $1.91 $1.61 '..1.91
182 62: 241 140 85 7583
$2.29- $2.10. $1.98. :$2.06 $1.73 .$.13
363 118 432. 277: 185 10926
$1.95 $1.85 $1.66. $1.80 $1.46 .$1.72


12849
$3.89
13606
3.79
17133
;2.83
18971
$2.35
6836
2.35
25224

20686
$2.234
3793S
3.21
14780
$3.00
15890
$2.56
14786
$2.70
16271
2.44


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32'-
.EiBA hApGJfCIN SiBi, 1932/33-1943/44
SMa. av e salable
thru the cooperation of the florida Citrus bxchbange & the Federal-State Market News Service


G B APE P RUI CONTINUEDD)

Nal Y PI.. EY.W . LB g S. MMEE. C.iC. ASL. CICI. DEi. BALI. M'Ol

Cars 4881 .1344 814 190, 313 1353 73 343 219 127 856
1937-38 Avg. -$3.20 $3.06 $2,13 $2.05 .$211 $2.28, $2.16 $2.09 $2.1 .$1.88 $2.16
Cars 5376 1650, 956 74 415 494 151 423 307 151 l010
1936-37 Avg. $2.24 $2.06 $2.32 $2.14 $2.,9 .$2.58 $2.53 $2.24 $2.41 $2.12 $2.23
Cars 3928 1072 972 263 396 395 132 340 251 117 7765
1935-36 Avg. $2.67 $2.38 $249 $2.40 $2.54 $2.68 $2.40 $2.32 $2.62 $2.28 $2,.5
Cars 4893 1326 898 389 403 721 200 444 350 135 9759
1934-35 Avg. $2.04 $1.81 $,93 $1.94 $2.09 $2.19 $2.05 $1.92 $2.10 $1.86 $2.00
Cars 3948 1129 696; ,310 388 684 221 370 398 41 8085
1933.34 Avg. $2.41 $2.25 $.40 $.38 $2.39 $2.55 $2.37 $2.29 $3.51 $2.42 $2.39
Cars 5138 1266 '89. 429 433 738 228 409 330 9863
1932-33 Arg. $8,05 $1.95 $.08; $2.08 $2.21 $2.29 $1.96 $2.01 $2.31 $2.06


TAN GEB IIN' S

. e BOST. PXITT _MC, SI.L cstt ETS


BALT. PO


Cars
1943-44 Avg.
Cars
1942.43 Avg.
Cars
1941.4Q Avg.
Cars
1940-41 Avg.
Cars
1939-40 Avg.
Cars
1938-39 Avg.
Cars
1937-38 Avg.
Cars
1936-37 Avg.
Cars
1935-46 .Avg.
Cars
1934-35 Avg.
Cars
1933-34 .A,-. ,


326 134
$2.16 $2.28
1485 670
.$1.82 $1.84
1152 359
$1.86 $1.75
,1425 454
$1.23 $1.16
1192 345
$1,37 $1.34
1851. 551
$1.07 $ .93
1311 388
$1.26 $1.31,
1557 5782
,$1..13 .$1.03
,1124 365
:$1.35 $1.32
1071 356
$1.18 $1.10
1134 :433
$1.21 $1.15


Cas.. 1308 375
1933-33 Avg. '$1.28 .$1.20


22 22
$2.37 $3.32
143 108
$1.62 $1.81


22 40 26 21 31
$2.37 $2.27 $2.36 $2.26 $2.40 -
188 03 101 193 151 57
$1.86 $1.81 $1.66 $1.80 $1.74 $1.53


78 39 106 135 38 105 48 25
$1.75 $1.65 $1.83 $1.66 $1.58 $1.58 $1.76 $1.50
109 77 154 195 59 149 83 13
$1.19 $1.07 $1.20 $1.22 $1.09 $1.123 $1.14 $1.06
66 65 104 143 48 115 57 9
$1,41 $1.37 $1.47 .$1.45 $1.31 $1.27 $1.34 $1.33
.172 152 189 257 -107 203 148 33
$.93 $ .95 $ .98 $ .97 $ .86 $-.91 $ .96 $ .79
149 95 117 149 74 125 88 23
$i.20 $1.28 $1.30 $1.25 .$1.10 .$1.18 $1.23 $1.08
196 210 193 306 103 138 116 33
$1.05 ;$1.19 .$1.09 $1.14 $1.10 .$1.08 $1.16. $ .96.
157 139 116 217 54 113 87 26
$1.30,.$1.40 .$1.48 $1.36 $1.32 $1.34 $1.41 $1.23
132 136 71 155 66 108 71 31
.$1.12 .$1.253 $1.27 $1.25 $1.26 $1.20 $1,28. $1.22
144 143 114 179 67 96 71 1
$1.17 $1.,5 .1.24 .$1.21 $1.21 $1.15 .$1.22. $1.48
157. 95 108 180. 58 .102 73'
4$1.28 $1,3 .$1..1 *$1.22 $1.14 ,$1.09 $1.22. -


644
$2.23
3399
$1.80
2085
$1.79
2717
$1.19
2143.
$1.37
3663
$1.00


3434
$1..10
239'
$1.35
2197
$1.18
2381
$1.20
2456
$1.24


Tangerine averages on 1/2 bo.b basis.. Baltimore, not complete for 1943-44 Season.
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CIrTJS SIM AMHiYSIS $EST.. 1943SEUt JUNM 19440. D S'A1DA B EQUIAVL T SLENTS
Assembled from monthly reports released by the Citrus Inspection Bureau, Winter Haven, fIa.

Size SEPT. OCT. I V0. C. JAN. FEB2. MA. APR .. MAA JtUE


GRANGES (Early)
96-100s 853 7597 5395 1118 277 12
112s, 81 127 155 1 -
6s 4121 63331 44740 6543. 1805 119 1 -
50s 14818 233018 144371 16337 364 341 42 -
6 s. 43087 558018 270980 27792 5537 595 52
200s 17 57193 562460 4996 25180 5712 480 12 -
216s 25 145719 1129483 390857 36847 7367 654 5 -
250s 42 156959 939667 27048 27149 4574 658 7 -
288s 28 116577 535853 137346 8199 825 111 1 -
324-360s 21 71402 288483 125324 1303 210 3 -
Total 133 610810 4317037 1523692 150559 89931 2973 140 -
--------------------------- -------------- -- -
all sizes

* OagaEs Odseasan)
96-1 s 388 13648 16618 12468 2695 248 -
112s 140 807 234 32 -
126 5158 99855 146378 165830 97853 17946 224 5
150s 18918 281999 406509 464029 270892 43351 532 13
176s 39659 497905 667420 746242 431755 62468 856 6
200s 37940 432013 575194 658296 375264. 50332 904 9
216s -. 67090 655500 796810 1015320 511490 62052 1301 9
250s 56617 440825 479303 452204 386813. 41363 800 6
288s 6743 213972 179386 101389 26805 16931 348 -
324-360ss _-- .1576 5619 -949 976 554 88 '147
aToles -. 265049 2641476 3368774 3583988 2104153 294779 5114 ." 48
all sizes
-- ------ --- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- - -- -

ORANGES (Late)
96-1OOs 406 6993 2003 3046 32287
113s 55 37 10 96
126s 23 398 363805 588652 799509 627894
150s 28 5583 483108 970757 1089876 652853
176s- 143 7288 558685 977947 967719 494488
200s 199 5569 354725 539521 492042 235208
216s 359 7576 412915 543870 463342 215795
.250- 325 4188 224149 257274 226164 112064
288s 176 759 29918 85968 79001 39136
324-360s -- ---34 806 3393 16316 7698
To+tl 1232 33801 3335159 3968322 4137025 2411519
all sizes
--- - ---- -- --- --- --- - ----- --- -0

O (aeqple) **
100s 3 2085 4032 636 814 .-8 1
1s 443 23296 24510 5724 4016 209 .127
126s 1467 59196 65077 14771 5512 418 .498
150s 1758 62226 59304 14055 3746 453 1031.
176s 2393 71743 79636 21510 3785 662 1562
200s 684 22063 28705 8627 999 371 868
216s 78- 7554 12598 3151 317 146 533
250s 53 1135 4277 1491 112 57 159
288s 84 300 99 32 3
334-360s ___ -. - 94 98 34 .
Total
aToSises 7098 249476 278537 70098 19333 2327 4779
a;ll Sizes
*. ..--.. --------- ,,,.--. ---- ,--. -- ,,.------ -.-.....- .-- -" .w - -,. - - ------- -- -
** Includes both 4/5 bu. box and 1-3/5 bu. box. During the 1943-44 season, Teples were
packed mostly in 1-3.5 bu. boxes. Sizes in the 4/5 bu. bor include 48s, 60s, 76s, 90s, 106s,
120s, .144s, 168s, and analler. -. ......





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CIIUs sI2a AItalYSIS.: T 1943 J ui3t e:1 944M. SmA iD BOX EQUIVAMiNtMS
Assembled from monthly reports aeleased- by the Citrus Inspeotion Bureau, Winter Haven, Fla.
__ - (Con i ued \ . . .....
Size P- s. OCT. BOV. BG. JAN]. O. M AB MAY JUNE


ReaPEariBI (seed)
36s 2 3968 18019 7916 13814 4816 4789 4467 5182 197
46s 2 20938 67466 54817 7925 5970 38093 17641 15258 7
54s 11 45022 142331 112481 14735 92903 5786 21506 16130 1072
64s 28 62908 1617 1 03891 115180 77159 43877 14642 10065 578
70s. 31 6097 13977 70886. 68734 48279 29207 8674 6931 311
80s 5 65431 139838 55542 54066 30169 16756 6597 5481 .2423
,96s 70 30753 73858 1785 B87 372 390 123 31 73
110-112s 2361 513 2 42 15 -
S1-26" 38 3583 10478 54 38 4 1 16
150 93 -4
------------5 .- -nJ an.- -e s ... . .... .msl e. .. .=
aTotal 237 294354 756813 407314 479605 314096 185898 73650 59078 31849
all. sizes

camrmU (Seedless)
36s 41 31 7 679 2655 3319- 6991 6931 8861 5108 W
46s 2 1040 3415 5490 20007 32467 88540 101801 134446 76256
54s 6 3962 12910 19154 68558 105127- 236140 307117 352309 144338
.64s 11 10218 24295 30672 92527 134943 269070 319302 347053 128837
S70s 13 15125 38267. 38619 102073 140738 232950 249070 282611 93613
S80s 25 34105 8707 70556 140528 180258- 259083. 233835 240801 88145
96s 28 43628 16 i 58627 81886 102609 140523 116441 117835 38958
110-112s 6607 12746 4815 4167 5167 6525 5435 5478 1935
126 13 12307 36133 11072 8636 10659 15672 13197 12920 3947
150 573 149 27 -
a Total e ': 98-.117606 329947 239711 521037 715287 1255494 1353129 1482314 581137
all sizes



TI GI ES- **


Lage 34 3420 7707 901 104 170 20 2
0s 756 29203 32480 4050 406 253 328 36
120s 27 8600 227885 187348 21213 3501 1827 962 153
150s 68 22596 412971 278502 36399 6282 2787 1313 186
176s 126, 34587 480835 .299204 47067 7878 3519 1448 187
200s 230 7886 103770 66959 13604 2943 844 400 93
310s 203 81707 261895 160619 33173 5489 2603 967 112
246s 84 9012 113511 78258 24207 3880 1797 502 54
294s 2570 3397 573 11674 1767 714 135 38
336s _- ;5 191 7 2
aToa 738 10783 139077 1111650 192315 32250 14516 6135 861
-all sizes
_- ----------------------------------- ------------- ---------------
** Includes both 4/5 bu.. baJox and ftll box. During~ the 1943-44 season a considerable portion
of Florida tangerines packed in full boxes with sizes mostly 40s,- 300s, 352s, 400s, 420s &
492s.


GRAND- TOTAL. -
OBANGESS, GRAB 468 10D335O8 576719 6456368 S782333 5147955 5986025 5723869 5691993.3036193
FHrIT & TAG ES .. .


N I I IIn I T n I .. m


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,CI,- S GRAE AiNALSIS SPT. 1943 T2 M JtI ,1944 IN BOES
Assembled from monthly reports released, by the Citrus Inspection Burean, Winter HIaven, lea.

Grade SET- ... .,OCTI. C. JANM. SB. M .AR. APS. M JtJU


5


0g O(ANGES 5.
_. Q A S. . .....

Brit 8940 9705 551 883 -
B 890 34548 88710 106124 98936 79959 55209 17860 7452
Golden 107454 12644 10961 75189 76796 67543 147
-1 Bronze 559 13677 5581 66048 7837 10590 169959 16897 7154
u1 sset 20 1120 13500 6892 5197 17308 2545 30546 6961
Combination -456575 3468602 3137483 2766039 3040940 3430671 3122397 2897675 962769
B set 44 609 3372 4650
7 Bright .4 6
2s 113 120596 716764 692851 553455 564835 756941 800609 919588 1246264
2 Russet 4860 93718 15349 89 130 387 13576 82806
3s 20 270528 17547 51033 34700 39541 44549 30997 25287 22624
ls 258 1422 1056 632 400. 46 92 43 19
all 'oaes 133 610810 4582086 7472i 6 3670041 3926857 451383 488%574 4144466 2 346
- -- ---- ----
GE A..PE Z R i I

1 Brit- -
18 .I 4169 26136 27760 41824 3643Q 33720 13620 16839 3399
i Golden 241 16601 23592 48640 36498 36476 20700 19545 2609
1 Bronze 16869 32097 97517 130674 286903 813569 178453 47290
1 Russet 528 476 369 1124 3370 1 ,404 11
Combination 335 217332 507497 393811 549183 575917 799737 721435 405384 138787
Cmb. Russet 1167 546 41 .124 9283 13311 3192
2s 113866 287210 151604 248842 233050 279823 329705 688601 306655
SRusset 11491 19245 1231 36 41552 101723 206194 102632
38 i + 74565 211933 15852 14083 16161 20815 13368 11648 8411
Cls 296 103 4 77. 7_- 6 13 .-
Total 336 421960 1086760 647025 3000648 1029383 1441398 1486779 1541392 612986
all Grades

TAN GE INE S
1 .
Is 2046 41895 36082 2153 53 251 98
1 Golden ...
1Bronze 2972 4645 504 5 215 60
S1 Rsset -
ination .623 61286 942981 784727 94156 5108 337 8 143
b m Russet ---. .
-2s 64 38461 6e3204 338659 76823 23896 11716 5687 693
8. Russet 641 1483 951 16651 2173 1591 31.
s 51 5439 14311 8529 '2619 1008 347 227. 25
.ull S 23L 57 / 9 7 59 24 -
Sl .- -0- -.---- -- - ---- ---- -2- - -- - --
all s 468 738 107873 1637077 1111650 192315 32250 14516 613 861
K- ------------ ---------------------------- ---- - -






ALL -. 1033508. 57.76719 6456368 .578333 5147955 986025 5723869 5691993 3036193
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Cme s coNAlipn ER 'ASA~sY s s ePM. 94S e C IB tU Ji .1944. it flinanlMl 0B u QX mIVAI3TTS
Assembled. from mnathly reports released by the Citrus Inspection Bureau, Winter Haven, 1%a.


-Content SEPT. OCT. *07. | '1 C. J. R. I AP R,\ JE


1 315 Bu. 74846 448169 706813. 92581
.1-35 Bu. u -
1 Bushel 7 3462 164
1/2 Strap 1342 11902
4/5 Bu. 363 576320 457955
SatsAma Box -
2/5 Bu. 42 -
S. Without center partition.


WI=E4OUND BSXES
1-3f5 Bu.
4/5 Bu.

BAI~ttS
I1 Bushel
f1/ Bu
1 Bu. (Fibre)


927870 4908751 4012906
222 2171
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4/5-Bui. .
Consuer Size -
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87 -
UNITED STAIES: Total Orange Production .by States -
Census Years 1889, 1899, 1909 & Yearly 1919-1943
Bureau of Agricultural Economics
Crop Year CALI.#j 'a.# EX.# = ARIZ.# I ALA.# LA.# SS# 1 ss.# Total
S- hou. and Boxe s-
1889 1,245 3,147 -- "-- -- 4,392
1899 5,882 273 11 /. -- 1 6,167
1909 14,440 4,88 11 33 1 152 5 .19.530
1919 16,632 8,000 9 80 20 37 31 24 809
1920 23,771 9,400 5 60 82 42 25 33,385
1921 14,021 8,400. 5 80 82 50 30 22 668
19.2 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 9,800 261 137 312 187 37 31,829
1930 35,179 19,200 250 139 3 287 2 55,060
1931 34,658 14,200 520 145 80 245 54 49 902
1932 34,265 16,400 325 147 120 278 80 51,615
1933 28,439 17,900 430 155 -3 245 2 47,174
Average 30,747 .15,500 357 '145 "'84 248 35 .47i,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 2.8i15 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 7,5,646
1940 50,695 31,300 2,650 528 1 253 85,427
1941-Revised 52,155 23,300 2,850 660 5 192 1 85,163
1942- 44,296 41,400 2,550 730 340* 89,316
1943 51,226 49,800 3,400 950 240 105,616

J/ 500 boxes or less. # Includes tangerines.
Negligible.




LORIDA PRODUCTION SEGV BA ..; .EAPLY & MID-SEASON, VATMCIAS & T GERIES
Crop Year. Arly & Valencias Tangerines To
Mid-season Production
1,000 boxes 1,000 boxes 1,000 boxes 1,000 boxes
93-34 9500 6,400 000 17,900
934-35 10 700 4 900 2,000 17,600
1935-36 9 600 6,300 2100 18 ,000
1936-37 11,700 7,400 3000 22 100
1937-38 13 400 10,500 2 300 26 200
1938-39 17,150 12,750 3 400 33 300
1939-40 15,600 10,000 2 400 28 000
1940-41 16,200 12,400 2,700 31 300
1941-42 .15,300 12,000 2,100 29 300
1942-43 19,100 .18,100 4,200 -41 400
1943-44 25,800 .20,400 3 600 49,800




-88 .

UNITEIS COATES: Total Grapefruit Production by States -
onshis Years 1889, 1899, 1909 & Yearly 1919.1943
Bir'eau of Agricultural 'EconchiD
Crop Year F -R; QALIY. J Z


1889
1899
1909
1919
1920
1921
1922
1923


Average


1924
.1926.
1928
1928 .


Average


1929
1930
1931
1932
1933'


1934'
1935
1936 .
1937
1938


1939
1940
1941..evisel
1942- "
1943


Average




Average


10 ... 10
12 18 1 31
1,062 If 123 1 1,186
S5900 3 .363 29 6,298
5800 5 395 34 6 234
6,700 8 360 35 7,10'
7,800 4 5 394 60 8,~ 61
500 563 9 9023'
940 3 375. 51 7,389
8,00: 361 387 105 9,693
7,600 200 600 150 8,550
8,600 361 672 120 9,753
.7,.500" $4 720 176 8,9.20
11 300 5 97 11 13,236
8,780 ;428 670 '152 : 10,030
8,300 1550 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 1,360 614 15,004
10,900 1.200 1.772 800 14,672
11,460 1,98 .,369 526 14,952
15,200 2,740 8 2,167 1, 40 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
19,200Z
27,300
31,000


14,400
13,650
14,500
17,510
17, 500


1,975
1,983
3,181
3,071
3,010.


2,900
2,650
3,380
S2600
4,000


35,175
42,883
40,261
50,481
.55,510


1/ 500 boxes or less.





itORIDA P w UTION SEGRGAcID Slil&SS 'AOE ER t~ -
SCrop Year Seedless Other al ra
1,000 boxes 1,000 boxes 1,000 boxes
1933-34 2,850 8,050 10,900.
1934-35 4,100 11,100 15,200
193536, ,4,000 7,500 11,500
1936.37 6,000 12,100 18 100
1937-38 5,500 9,100 14,600
193839 7 800 100 15,500 23,300
1939-40 .6 500 9,400 15,900
1940-41 8,200 16,400 24,600
1941-42 ,.7,700 11,500 19,200
1942-43 -10,300 17,000 27,300
.1943-44 ... :14000 . 17,000 .. 31.000.


Total"


e


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89 -
FLORIDA CITUS .AREAGE & PRODUCTION BY COUNTIES 1943-44 SEASON
(Bureau of Agricultural Economics)


County ORA NGES GRAPEFRUIT TANGERINES
CoAcreage Proution Acreage Production Acreage I Production
1,00 1,00,000 1 1,000 1,000,000
es Boxes -es Boxes Acrea Boxes
Brevard 11.31 1.98 3,80 .74 468 54,000
Bwoward 2.51 .23 .29 .06 94 10,800
ade 2.76 .18 3.90 .43 398 7,200
De Soto 6.53 .69 1.43 .31 515 39,600
Hrdee 8.55 .97 .95 .12 656 68,400
IHnando 1.51 .18 .38 .06 820 90,000
Highlands 8.80 3.39 4.57 2.17 820 133,200
Hillsboro 16.09 1.39 3.90 .37 1,218 72,000
Indian River 4,77 .83 6.75 1.86 515 93,600
Lake 23,63 4.$7 7.14 2.39 1,944 432,000
Lee 3.27 .46 3.05 .74 117 3,600
Manatee 4.52 .46 5.14 1.18 117 3,600
Marion 8.80 1.70 .76 .16 398 14,400
Orange 32.67 7.78 3.90 1.55 3,044 612,000
Osceola 4.27: .32 .95 .16 585 54,000
Pasco 6.28 1,38 1.5 .25 585 54,000
Pinellas 7.04 1.24 8. 1.67 656 46,800
Polk 54.54 12.65 27. 14.72 5,457 1,152,000
Putnam 4.27 .55 .48 .09 632 57,600
Sarasota 2.51 .32 1,14 .16
Seminole 6.53 1.43 -1 .16 820 169,200
St. Lucie 8.04 .87 4. .99 890 118,800
Volusia 12.32 1.38 1.3 .16 1,920 1801000
Other 9.82 1.75 2.58 .50 750 133,200
TOTAL 251.34 46.00 95.19 31.00 23,419 3,600,000





CITRUS PLANTINGS IN FLTRDA
Statistics Compiled by the Grove Inspection Department State Plant Board of Florida
Showing Number of Citrus Trees by Counties and Varieties Based on
Tabulation Completed October 15, 1941
I Total Total 1* Total Total. Total Toa [ Total
ea ORANGES GRAPEFRUIT TAI ES LIME SATSUMA ISC. 1) 1UL CITRUS
1919 (2) 11,356,414
1923 10,912,716 4,780,496 609,107 (4) (3) 374,908 16,677,227
1928 13,660,461 5,592,187 1,677,042 (4) 528,833 568,201 22,026,714
1931 14,549,074 6,412,268 1,987,894 (4) 724,768 649,846 24,323,850
1934 15,853,729 6,456,389 1,877,779 4) 749,589 1,127,287 26,064,773
1941 18,838,263 6,697,858 1,592,473 755,255 85,005 753,739 28,722,593

kp~e: The figures given in the above tabulations include all tree inspected by
agents of the State Plant Board, whether in grove formation, in small plantings or
back yards, and regardless oftrifthcr condition. They do not, therefore, correctly
represent what are usually regarded as commerciall plantings".
Approximately two years are required to complete an inspection of the citrus plant-
ings of the State. It therefore follows that the figures shown for some Counties
may be those obtained as much as two years prior.to date of completion of the.
inspection. .
1) Lemons, rough lemons, Kumquats, etc.
2 Figures as to varieties not available.
3 Included as "Oranges".
(4) Included in Miscellaneous.


--




- (-,

CITJRS PLANTINGS IN FLO lDA
Showing Number of Citrus Trees by Counties and Varieties as of October 15, 1941.
(Furnished through courtesy of State Plant Board of Florida)

-9: RAR- TeL1 : 3SFXI :-----IT MMW a
COUNTY A TREE a : lSon- a a Non.- TAANGERI1E : ILiE .i SATSUMAS : MISC.* : TOTAL
1 B" hearing : Bearing : Bearing : Bearing a :


Aladcsh
Baker
Bay
Bradford
Brevard
Browaad
Calhoun
Charlotte
Citrus
Clay
Collier
Columbia

DeSoto .
Dixie
: Dval
Escambia
Plagler
Fiianklin
Geadsden
GSlebrist
Glades
Golfe
EHmilton
Lardee
Hendry
Hemrnando
Highlands
Hillsborough
Holmes
Indian River
Jackson
Jefferson
Lafayette
Lake
Lee
ieon


1940
1940
1941
1940
39-40
39-40
1940
1940
1939.
1940
1939
40-41
38-39
40-41
1940
1939
1941
1939
1940
1940
1940
1940"
1940
1941
40..41
39-40
1939
1941
38-39
1941
37-39
1940
1940
194C
37-39
193b
1940


63,002
711
258
2,697
749,415
166,703
S. 95
61,400
56,609
S5,147
14,597
1,424
188,644
437,116
486
29,078
'346
18,785
188
240
272
5,062
184
351
574,824
40,798
101,648
589,551
1,069,137
152
322,484
315
137
291
1,567,823
210,200
.382


4,725
26
66
808
116,064
44,640

4,905
6,827
1,012
-129
139
31,707
16,853

7,803

1,332


5

29
36,011
1,127
6,492
40,068
114,526
1
108,886


372,631
4,520


4,489
119-
119
164
254,706
19,528.
3
17,502
6,478
733
13,838
159
265,687
95,665
.52
3,617.
82
1,377
23
39
21
915
8
31
62,738
12,946
25,372
318,139
266,288
16
454,516
36
37.
22
480,112
207,799.
73


261 6,096
18 16
43 13
S 40 70
26,195 32,078
4,498 5,657
7
65 5,733
219 4,688
115 323
105 287
54 26
12,282 27,796
586 34,072

1,181 1,393
2
58 5,261
3
13
15
2 153
12
4 13
376 44,j26.
68 1,074
600 56,282
1,779 55,770
6,788 83,226
1 4
66,886 35,066
12
3-
9
22,420 132,600
153 7,759
10


40
21
2
11,887
20,142

7,290
206
10
2,998
1
268,247.
1,593
1
228

40


496


1,172
594
170
20,796
24,169

8,876


19,543
26,228


5,939
2,170
1,911
681
95
139
597
23
114
5,492
23
480
96
355
52
12,839
4,605
55
26
1,330
21
6
388
112
610
36
957
173
2,225
912
53
3,083
8,727
30
5,611
54
610


1,997-
465
2,395
207
13,014
10,905
362
7,848
3,779
1,035
3,075
223
148,902
18,413
17
3,599
3,956
172
193
1,037
S22
1,655
299
: 150
21,316
2,177
2,558
22,994
59,782
995
6,840
1,621
1,532
9
38,148
18,933
3,450


86,549
3,546
4,808
4,669
1,203,454
272,212
1,064
104,766
78,920
13,867
35,052
2,506
943,361
604,653
643
59,738
9,003
27,080
433
2,659
351
8,294
891
S690
741,873
58,820
194,079
1,049,270
1,626,141
2,081
1,003,607
5,067
10;436
361
-,638,888
47b 646
4,525







CITWNs iaNTrsss IN aBIPDA. (Continuea.).


- U-5 frMn~i~FTwrI' Pui~I9r4. !


NBon..
Bearing a Bearing


: : Non-
: Bearing : Bearing


STANGMNE : LIMES
4t


Levy
Liberty
Madison
Manatee
Marion
Martin
Monroe
Nassau
Okaloosa
Okeechobee
Orange:
Osceola
Palm Beach
Paioo -
SPinellas
'Polk
Putnam
Santa Bosa
Sarasota
Seminole
-St.'Johns
St. Lucie
Suiter
.:Stwaamee
Taylor

*TolusiF
Walkulla
Walton
Washington

TOTALS


1940 2,215 160
1940 112 4
1940- 405 44
37.-3 294,189 34,546 346,402
39-40 592,289 58,507 48,695
1938 65,201. -8,839 33,359-
1940 3,994 2,023
1940 2,146 243 213
1941 105 30 40
1940 21,666 5,470 6,501
39-41 2,176,529 236,248 260,538
36-39 282,649 26,031 65,155
39-4( 75,541 .28,909 36,401
37-38 412,259 130,840 105,705
36-39 474,547 22,676 555,489
39-41 3,640,137 283,791 1,860,521,
39%-4 292,042 29,625 29,682
1941 90 16
37-39 169,007 14,215 78,627
40.41. 436,179 47,293 50,7822
1939 41273 3,456 3,789
40-41 530,420.: 138,480. 312,194
1939 127,038 12,686 10,703
1941 1,291 184 130
1940 496 31
1940 1,157 189 103
38-39 827,473 83,005 -97.406
1940 98 35
1941 132 55 37
1941 354 15 44

16,751,586 2,086,677 6,418,278


J



J


--


,..


,- ,76
:6
6 13
7,934 8,436
318 27,671
1,616 3,070
1,722
24 77'
3
164 1,843
.4,351 207,103
464 39,649
3,186 7,358
6,101 39,862
14,588 44,269
L7,733 371,240
463 43,051

2,584 2,175
695 55,980
258 -.1,531
58,674 61,174
471 5,070
29 28
20
68 58
5,028 130,575
4
22 6
3 3

79,580 1,592,473


i


if




3







3


753,739 28,722,593


0


TIEB:


SSASUMAS
j ^


MISC.* 0


TOTAL


iIncludes lemons, rough lemons, Kuaiquats, etc.


0


1, *Ip j06


, _____a-- y i Bea ifw _-- -


2 23
194
.. 197-
.5,549 178
330 2,218
8,486 59
57,103 1-
.1 866"
2 395
3,350 21
9,090 2,153
2,835 584
L4,245 86
8,504 1,849
9,361 909'
30,997 1,517
104 3,111
.-1. 3,082
2,387 62
797 451
73 1,308
L5,618 16
221 80
584
76
8 564
1,437 2,253
S' 104
S1 812
622


SCOUT=r


755,255:-, 85,005
.: ). .


139
73
S- 88
17,221
2,416
6,268:
10,850
S379
1,934
5,989
27,007.
11,885
20',672.
24,174 -
: 34,988.
128,247
2,458
2;412
8,783
5,676
856
15,829
2;039
768
47
107
10,221
218
2,947
4,173


1


2,615
389
753
724,455
732,444
126,898
175,693
3,949
2,509
45,004
2,933,919
429,252
186,398
730,094
1,156,827
6,394,183
400,536.
5,601
277,840.
597,853
52,544
1,132,405
158,308
3,014
670
2,254
1,157,398
459
4,012.
5.214


2\








Totql


92 -


Number of Citrus Trees Movea'firom f lorida Nurseries to Florida fDestinations,
from July 1, 1928 to date as reported -to the. Nursery: Inspector,
Sbate Pant Boawd,. Gainesville, Florida.*
(Furnished through-courtesy of State,Plant Board of Florida)


S*ALL CITRUS
.. ... I s
S* 9 8 ... I 9 -
Year ; Oranges i Grapefruit :Mandrain Limes Lemons a Misc, Total

1928-29 699,343 305,641 271,403 8,348 2,020 -75,783 1,362,538
1929-30 295,031 330,266 139,877 8,547 1,907 10,288 785,916
1930-31 401,023 264,803 891,725 11,187 3,031 16,501 788,270
1931-32 430,379. 73,401 62,492 25,687 3,771 8,119 603,849
1932-33 499,679 144,597 53,391 47,785 4,313 12,825 762,590
1933-34 440,429. 158,471 74,187 40,616 22,438 17,919 754,060
1934-35 351,289 89,468 30,880 33,666 11,486 10,930 527,719
1935-36 530,564 153,986 34,128 61,207 29,472 13,036 822,393
1936-37 746,849 106,421 38,427 123,054 19,381 21 855 1,055,987
1937-38 799,439 150,557 26,507 80,034 13,407 -14,108 1,084,052
1938-39 512,526 87,876 21,795. 47,4;2 8,600 23,096 701,325
1939-40 403,775 0-,588 21,819 26,89 6,435 -19,849 559,365
1940-41 592,208 85,954 r6 156 36,550 2,961 20,420 764,249
1941-42 579,809. 64,069 58,413 14 2 2,751 30434 749,888
1942-43 $33,802 104,754 55,545 14i46 2,229 17,886 728,622




ORANGES


year Val- Pix Par son, n G im' T
Sencia apple Brown Holg 1 :' ls, tnnamed Misc. Total
9eci 5~l 9r~h' .9.C


1928-29"
1929-30
1930-31
1931-32
1932-33..
1933-34
1934-35
1935. 36
1936-37
1937-38
1938-39.
1939-40
1940-41
1941-42
1942-43


'8 ",420
101,383
143.,141
181,531
168,283
139,228
122,152
152,071
203,039
184,011
14.,148
131,662
189,090
196,199
170,399


101,362
55,843
48,632
47,207
51,756
53,509
23,027
58,564
63,230
78,713
70,827
42,956
82,605
65;00o
48 45


,3,323
27,936
51,841
45,569
46,899
27,761
19,377
27,432-
30,763.
51,062
30,996
27,358
37,545
51,764
46 iOO9


60,084
28,969
48,764
69,892
111,064
121,743
109,078
.174,686
258,718
268,281
158,090
92,499
145,350
122,023
126,601


48,943
12,976
20,438
19,907
30,003
23,196
27,566
34,681
44,909
50,959
30,101
22,538
31,158
35,776
27,086


12,982
30,619
29,419
18,570


90,981
59,007
, 62,821
52,353
73,280
54,938
39,664
68,497
104,037
83-,867
17,306
16,481
9,448:
12,557'
4,236


29,230
8,917
25,380
13,920
18,394
20,054
10,425
14,633
42,153
82,546
58,058
57,299
.66,393
67,069
89,756


699,343
295,031
401,023
430,379
499,679
440,429
351,289
530,564
746,849
799,439
512,526
403,775
592,208
579,809
533,802


Preliminary report for 1943-44; Oranges 743,745. Segregation by varieties not available
until later date,




*-Compiled'by the Department of Agricultural Economics, Agri. Experiment Station ---
University of Florida


0









Total Number of Citrus Trees Moved from Florida Nurseries to Florida Destin&tions,
from July 1, 1928 to date as reported o the Nursery Inspector,
State Plant Board, Gainesville, Florida.*
(Continued)

(Furnished through courtesy of State Plant Board. of Florida)
GRAPEZlgIT


Yearw fesh DLCa:t Early~ C S Foster : homPSon Walters: M :Carty:BELsior!R"w ger*' Unnamed Misc. Total


1928.29
19239-30
1930-31
1931-32
1932-33
1933-34
1934-35
1935-36
1936-37
19$3738
1938-39
.939.-40
.1940.41
1941-42
1942-43


151,776
122,459
110,189
29,511
66,339
69,213
33,501
49,580
37,098
73,509
A6,585
33,382
46,688
26,474
51,027


42,379
48,405
28,818
3,622
8,358
7,332
2,383
8,629
6,546
7,448
2,260
3,711
3,681
5,282
8.597


23,039
21,349
25,272
7,279
11.818
6,747
1,892
672
774
3,860
62
36
197
159
516


3,225
2,819
1,041
5,029
6,752
11,293
5,869
8,669
6,924
6,849
1,358
1,998
2,240
726
740


Preltminaa-y report for 1943-44; grapefruit


1,607
1,671
1,955
7,654
13,445
31,139
18,742
34,132
32,877
34,634
28,785
28,932
23,796
24,355
25,383
138,415.


4,523
6,722
912
553
658
525
297
90
603
627
39


10,551
4,673
778
384
1,236
624
156
261
1,019
661
600


14,863
28,702
16,298
2,261
6,157
3,890
4,606
3,055
3,329
8,066
1,394


52,075
82,244
72,851
15,440
29,936.
26,393
21,252
45,816
16,521
13,438.
6,389


1,603
11,222
6,689
1,668
850
1,315
770
3,082
730
1,465 .
404


24 600 393 3,651' .;r4i 57 8
8 1,267 733 .1,561 :.4,637 1,146 8
2 148 1,129 1,688 3,204 902 6
3 1,802 850 8,209 5,250 2,377 10
Segregation by varieties not available until later date. -


*Compiled by the Dep rtment of Agricultural Economics, Agr. Erp. Sta., Univ. of Fla.


305,641
330,266
264,803
73,401
144,597
158,471
89,468
153,986
106,421
150,557
87.876


10,588
!5,954
4,069
)4,754




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