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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
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Place of Publication: Washington D.C
Publication Date: 1944-1945
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Issuing Body: Issued by: U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, War Food Administration, 1942-1944; by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Production and Marketing Administration, 1944-1953; by U.S. Dept of Agriculture, Agricultural Marketing Service, 1938-1942/1953-1964; by Federal-State Market News, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Consumer and Marketing Service, Florida Dept. of Agriculture, Division of Marketing, Marketing Bureau, 1964-
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The information contained herewith has
been compiled from the daily citrus bulletins
issued at Lakeland, Florida and from various
reports released by the Production and Market-
ing Administration; the Bureau of Agricultural
Economics; the Bureau of Foreign and Domostic
Commerce; the Florida Citrus Exchange; the Flo-
rida State Department of Agriculture; the Flo.
rida Citrus Commission and the State Plant Board.
Shipments, unloads and other similar data
for the 1944.45 season are subject to revision
on account of late and corrected reports which
are not yet available, Again, as in previous
seasons, every effort has been made to include
in the annual citrus summary, data which will
be of most value to the Industry. We have en.
deavoed to include basic statistics suitable
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General Comments . . . . . . . . .

Carlot Shipments by Weeks -
tol Oranges & Tangerines . . .. . . ..
Grapefruit . . . . .
Ril and press Mixed Citrus
Segregation, Florida Citrus Shipments, by Rail, Boat & Truck . ..
Total Shipments Florida Citrus, 1944-45 and 1943-44 Seasons .. ...
Mixed Car Analysis, Florida Rail Shipmxets ...
Florida Citrus Used by Canners, 1944.45 Season .............
Florida Production, Canned Citrus . . . . . . . .
Production & Utilization Fla. Oranges 1935-36 to 1944.45 Inclusive
I Calif. it
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Fla. Grapefruit "
I" Tex.-Ariz.G'fruit. "
Calif.Grapefruit "
Calif.Lemons & Fla.Limes "

Carlot Unloads in 25 Cities. July 1944 through July 1945 -
Orangos, Grapefruit, Tnugerinos & Mixed Citrus. . . . .
Track Recoiptps in 13 Cities. July 1944 through July 1945 -
Oranges, Grapefruit and Tangerines . . . . . . .

Bail Distribution of Florida Citrus, 1944-45 Season . . . . . .

Recapitulation of Citrus Distribution, by States, Past 7 Seasons . .
Interstate Truck Distribution, Florida Citrus 1944.45 Season . . .


Woighted Average Auction Prices -
Or~ngos 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, 1944.45 Season ... ..
'* Grade Analysis, 1944-45 Season. . ...

Container 1944-45 Season .. . .
Orange and iracefruit Production, By States, 1889-1944.
Citrus Trees moved from Florida Nurseries . .. . .
Certified Lime Shipments . . . .. . . . .
Lime Container Analysis . . .. . ........


Interstate, and Intrastate Certified Shipments of Oranges, Grapefruit
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UNITED STATES IPAM~MWT OF AGRICUlLTU
Production and Marketing Administration
and the
FLORIDA STATE MAREING BUREAU
Cooperating



MAE3T SEWS SERVICE ON FITITS AND VEGETABLES



MARKETING FLORIDA CITRUS
SJUMAC QY D1944-46 5EAL5O
Daily market reports on citrus were
issued at Lekeland, Florida from Oct. 9, 1944
to May 19, 1945, inclusive.



GENERAL COMMTS
The 1944-45 Florida citrus season had the earliest wind-up of shipping activities
in 15 years or one has to go back to 1929-30 and 1927-28 before finding as early a
closing date. Mother Nature had both the first and last words opening the season with
a hurricane and closing it prematurely with a severe drought, The ravaging tropical
storm, which swept though the hoart of the citrus belt, from the West Coast at Seaasota
to Jacksonville, on the morning of October 19th (with here-to-fore unexperienced inten-
sity) and dry weather (beginning in November and extending to June 23rd) changed Florida's
1944-45 citrus production from a crop approaching the much discussed potential hundred
million box figure to a more sixty-nine million or nearly twelve million less than the
record breaking production the preceding season, However, despite this smaller produc-
tion figure, the highest fresh fruit prices since the late 'twenties, plus the best
cannery prices in the history of the Industry, resulted in an all time record for gross
returns. The Industry was favored withsoasonal"breaks" in competing sections, had con-
tinued unequalled Government demand for wartime requirements and exceptional consumer
buying power, which were all, potent factors in maintaining prices of both oranges and
tangerines at or near ceiling during the entire season, while grapefruit opened and
closed strong in fresh fruit channels. The container situation was not nearly so acute
as a year ago, there was unlimited tin and labor conditions were more satisfactory. Be-
cause of the car shortage, shipping restrictions were necessary from time to time and a
number of territorial embargoes were placed in effect for temporary periods to relieve
congestion at receiving points, ,Some confusion and inconvenience were experienced but,
in most' instances, these restrictions proved beneficial. A shipping holiday, proposed
by the joint Growcrs' Administrative and Shippers' Advisory Committees and sponsored
generally by the Industry at large,. practical eliminated the post Christmas and New
ear's accumulation of supplies and usual resultant depressed market conditions during
early January, Pound selling was given the approval at long last by the Industry and
the rapidly increased popularity of the consumer-size packages tended towards more con-
sumption per capital, which is the ultimato.a4m of successful marketing for the generally
predicted heavier production years of the near future, Research activities also began
to show results in a big way in the commercial production and merchandising of such:new
products as citrus jollies, powdered orange juice, frozen concentrates, etc. Improved
methods of processing orange juice were accomplishing inostimable progress in eliminating
the big "if" in the utilization of larger orange crops and post-war planning went past
the blue print stage with the organization of a U, S. Horticultural Committee to re-
establish and expand pro-war export business,









The indicated total production placed Florida's 1944-46 orange crop at 42 800,000
boxes, all grapefruit (seed & seedless) at 22,300,000 and tangerines at 3,900,000, or
a grand total of 69,000,000, For the United States, however, the production of oranges,
grapefruit and tangerines, as indicated at the close of the season, was slightly less
than last year or 162,615,000 boxes compared to 162,635,000 in 1943.44 or a difference
of only 20,000 boxes in the two seasons. The most notable increase over previous produc-
tion occurred in California Valencias, which were estimated at 37,000,000 compared to
approximately 31,000,000 a year ago and about 25,000,000 for the.10-year average (1933-42).
The Texas grapefruit was also, again, .ach heavier or an indicated 22,400,000 boxes
compared to 17,710,000 the preceding season and a 10-year average of around 10,000,000.
Other citrus producing States showed moderate increases, generally, over .a year ago. Had
Florida not had adverse weather conditions and suffered the heavy storm loss, the potent.
tial production of total United States oranges, grapefruit and tangerines would have been
close to the two hundred million mark in contrast to around one hundred million box aver-
age for the 10-year period (1933442), At the beginning of the 1944.45 season, Florida
S was confronted with a crop by far the largest on record. The Government Estimate for
October 1944 placed Florida's combined orange, grapefruit and tangerine production at.
92,700,000 boxes or oranges at 52,000,000, all grapefruit at 36,000,000 and tangerines
at 4,700,000. Than came the hurricane on October 19th, which overnight changed the
-4 prospects, that were further affected by an extended drought a greater part of the sea-
son. With the exception of January, when fairly heavy rains were general during the first
part of the month, the rainfall throughout the citrus bolt from November to the latter
i? part of June was only a fraction of the average for the past seven years.
Not since 1929-30 have the weighted auction averages of Florida oranges, grape-
fruit and tangerines been as high as for the 1944-45 season. Florida's 1944.45 season's
average on oranges for all districts was $4.48 a box all grapefruit $4,24, and tan-
gerines the equivalent of $4.82 for the standard 1-375 bu. box the highest in 15 years,
These averages are even more outstanding when one considers that only four years ago,
SFlorida orangos averaged $2.35, which was identical with the 1939-40 season, the year
previous; while the seasonal average on grapefruit in 1938-39 and 1940-41 was below $2.00.
SIn this 15-yecr period, the lowest season average on oranges was $2.09 in 1938-39, con-
siderably less than 1/2 of the 1944-45 average; and there were eight season, when the
weighted average was less than $3,00, With grapefruit, during this 15-year period, one
finds only three seasons when the average was $3,00 and better; while the tangerine
average for seven of the 15 years was less than .2,50 per standard 1-3/5 bu, box, and
one seasonal low was $2,00 in 1938-39. Florida's averages on the 10 auction markets
wore much higher than a year ago. Oranges topped the 1943-44 season by 590 a box; grtpe-
fruit differential was 90 more or 68# over last year, and tangerines averaged 36# above
a year ago on a full box equivalent. The total volume sold at auctions, however, was
decidedly less than the year preceding, Florida's auction sales of oranges totaled
approximately 705 of the volume in 1943-44 and grapefruit 73~6. With a larger crop than
last year, tangerine auction offerings increased materially over the very light sales of
a year ago, or 1,465 cars sold at auction in 1944-45 compared to 644 in 1943-44, When
compared with other seasons, however, during the past 15 years, the 1944-45 tangerine
auction offerings were relatively light and further emphasizes the wide tangerine distri-
bution of the last three seasons, Florida grapefruit offerings at section in 1944-45
were the lowest in volume on record for the past 20 years or only 3,132 cars in con-
trast to an average of 7,902 cars beginning in 1925-.6. During 1944.45 the Indian River
Section accounted for considerably more than 1/2 of the seed offerings or 376 cars com-
pared to 305 from the Interior; while seedless offerings from Indian River more than
doubled those of Interior, or totaled 1,677 in contrast to 774. Offerings of Florida
oranges were relatively light, with the Indian River volume 27.4 per cent of the total -
or 2,472 cars compared to Interior's 6,550 cars. The Texs grapefruit volume to Eastern
auctions increased materially. In New York City, Texas grapefruit sold at auction more
than doubled that of 1943-44, while Philadelphia and Pittsburgh showed around a 50 per
cent increase. Total offerings of Toeas grapefruit amounted to 1,951 cars compared to
1,651 a year ago. Florida's combined shipments of oranges, grapefruit and tangerines
(rail and truck), with the proper proportion of "mixed" cars, totaled approximately
20,000 cars less than for 1943.44 season -or 75,728 cars compared to 95,512. Total
shipments of oranges were around 14,000 cars under the final last year, or 54,839 cars
contrasted to 68,650; while the difference in tho grapefruit movement was about 1/3 less,
or ohly 13,042 compared to 19,499 a year ago. Florida tangerines were the exception in
1944-45, with heavier shipments than the preceding year, or 7,847 cars in contrast to
7,363.









Supported by continued unequalled Government purchases of approximately fourteen
million cases, the percentage of Florida citrus being processed again increased. For the
second consecutive year, the canning industry actively competed with fresh fruit buyers
for its share of the State's orange crop and more than once, during the 1944.45 season
the consistently strong juice price helped the fresh orange market when the going wasn't
too good, Florida grapefruit was a cannery proposition from the middle of November on,
As soon as tho season got under way, the delivered gapefruit price never did drop below
the subsidy price of $1.84 and, beginning around the mddle of January and throughout
February and March, the price ranged from $1.84 to $2,26 with a prevailing price of $2.25
during April and May, The pack was exceedingly heavy during the first part' of the sea-
son, By Jmnuary 1st, both the orange and grapefruit pack were around throe times greater
than at the same date a year ago, As early as February 1st, the weekly utilization of
grapefruit commenced a decline which continued for the remainder of the season the
fruit wasn't available because grapefruit suffered the heaviest storm loss. This trend
was in direct contrast to 1943.44, when for-five consecutive weeks, beginning the third
week in January, the utilization was over a million boxes weekly, Cannery oranges, on
the other hand, hit peak the first part of March, with two weeks exceeding the eight
hundred thousand box total and there wore nine consecutive weeks which averaged better
than seven hundred thousand boxes weekly, beginning with the week ending February 17th,
Starting with a State crop of nearly three and one-half million less boxes of oranges
and almost nine million less boxes of grapefruit, the Canning Industry accounted for
29,360,434 boxes (including tangerines) or 42,6 per cent. Beginning with 1936-37 the
canners accounted for approximately 3 per cent of Florida's orange crop, For the next.
two seasons, the percentage didn't vary much; being 5 per cent in 1937-38 and 4 per cent
in 1938.39, From 1939,40 through 1942-43, or only two years ago, the range was 14-17 per
cent. In 1943.44, the percentage. was 24 and for 1944-45 season 33.2 per cent. Grape-
fruit, during the same periods, started off with better than 1/3 of the crop, or 37 per
cent in 1936-37, and has increased the proportion to tho 1944-45 season, when the per-
centago was 67,9, in comparison with 66 per cent in 1943.44 and 64 per cent in 1942-43.
ORANGES
The Florida orange season started unusually early, with a relatively heavy vol-
ume. During the second week.in October, more than 1,000 cars of oranges by rail and
truck (including the proper proportion of "mixed") were shipped; while a year ago, or
in 1943-44, Florida's orange shipments did not exceed 1,000 cars weekly until the first
week in November, For the week of the hurricaneand the two weeks.following, the move.
meant was relatively light, Grade interpretations which were strictly adhered to, all
but eliminated shipments from the heavily storm damaged sections, or until the first.
part of November. It was'not until the second week. in November that Florida again
reached volume movement and, by this time, the. decline in California shipments had
dropped to a record low of less than 100 straight cars of oranges for the last three
weeks in November, During these same three weeks, the preceding .year, California
shipped 1,367 cars and two years ago 1,294, This extremely light movement from Cal-
ifornia left a wide open orange market for Florida, F.o.b, prices were all at full
ceiling, or $3,45 up to the change November 6th, When this ceiling change was made,
prices advanced to $3,75 on preferred sizes, or 216s and larger. Small sizes were dis-
counted rather heavily and manifests, at this time, were peaking on 216s with 56,8
per cent 216s and smaller, Considerable difficulty was experienced coloring fruit,
Quality and condition, following the storm, were variable and there were numerous com..
plaints at receiving points. The market took a sharp dip during the weeks ending Nov,
18th and 25th, Fo.b. prices dropped to a top of mostly $3,00, few $3,25 on preferred
sizes, A "red hot" tangerine market, during this period, helped materially. Shippers
turned to tangerinos and "mixed car volume increased sharply, With the lighter volume
of orange shipments, track holdings in 16 cities continued to drop and reached a new low
of 77 cars on Nov. 30th, and 97 cars Dec. 1st, As supplies diminished, oranges took a
turn for the bettor. Improved quality and real cool weather aided considerably. For the
week ending Dec. 2nd, the f,o.b, price was up 25., .A consistent advance followed until,
by the week ending Dec. 23rd, the f.o,b, price on Interior fruit was mostly $3,75 with an
occasional sale at ceiling or $3,90, Competitively speaking, California didn't get under
way again until the week of Dec, 2nd and then with only 539 straight cars, Throughout
December, California averaged slightly better than 1,000 cars a week .With practically
a bare orange market from the Pacific Coast east, California had no. appreciable supplies
on the eastern markets even for. the Christmas.trade,. For the weeks of Nov, 24th and Dec,









let, California didn't sell a oar on the 10 auctions, One lone car was sold ,during the
wek ending Dec, 8th 24 cas Dec. 15th and 69 foe the week ending Dec, 22nd, For two
weeks just prior to Christmas, a year ago, California had 194 and 199 Oars, respectively,
on the 10 auctions. During the week ending De 22nd, a shortage of roofers caused some
concern. Many had to switch to "vont" and "box" oars, but the weather was favorable, v .
which helped to relieve the situation, Florida shipments for the two wqeks just before
Christmas were unusually heavy, but with the very good demand and light terminal hold-
ings, the markets were able to absorb the increased offerings to a degree beyond expoetcta
tions, In the meantime, canners were quite native. Volume out-put. started early and
during Docember was around 300,000 bomes per week, Delivered juice price the last of
November and throughout December was mostly around $2,00 with some low as $1.75-1.85;
Christmas week, fresh shipments were light on account of the shipping holidayi There/
was no undue accucmlation of suppliess during the immediate post-holiday period. On Jan,
S1st, fo,b, ceiling prices were droppedto $3,62 and for the first two weeks in January,
best quality fruit, 250s and larger sold at coiling Movement was moderate with gen-
oral rains over the citrus belt aiding in keeping shipments down, During the'last two:
weeks of January, unfavorable' weather conditions at northern receiving points in the
east, together with liberal supplies of California Navels running heavy to small sioes,
took the edge off the market and prices declined 25-350, California's heaviest weakly
auction offerings during Florida8s principal shipping period occurred in the week ond-
ing Jan, 19th with 337 cars offered on the 10 auctions, Auction averages declined $1.25
per box on California stock from the price before Christmas, while Florida's auction
drop on Interior fruit, for the same time, was approximately 50., On Jan. 23rd, 12:01
A,M., the first of a number of embargoes was placed in effect, and Florida's f,o,b,
orange market was at its lowest point during the period January to May, inclusive, Track
holdings in 16 cities had reached a total of 468 cars of oranges, the highest for the
season. Within 10 days after the Jan, 23rd embargo wont into effect, track holdings de-
cined to 158 cars and the f,o.b, market had advanced 356 with all sales at coiling,
The first embargo of 5 days' duration was superseded by a second, which extended the
period to a full week's duration, Three days after the second embargo ended, or on Feb,
3rd, a third went into effect for a 4-day period. Throughout January, there was a con-
sistently advancing cannery market, which also helped fresh fruit prices. By the close
of the month, the juice price was mostly $2,30-2,40 delivered, The cannry pack, during
February, increased weekly to reach an all time high of approximately 800,000 boxes of
oranges per week, beginning the last week in February and including the first two'in
March, Accompanying this unprecedentedly heavy volume, the cannery price advanced to
$,270-2.75 by the week ending March 17th, An accumulation 9f supplies, both fruits and
vegetables, at Jersey City in late February and early March had the New York Trade and
Florida shippers much concerned, but prompt industry action relieved this situation,
Throughout February and March, the weekly movement of fresh oranges was maintained cona
sistently around 2,000 cars per week, During the first part of March, in particular,
the "reefer" shortage made it necessary to place car restrictions as to territory, At
one time, no reefers wore permitted to be used for any citrus with the exception of tan-
gerines end temple oranges to specified territory, These car restrictions were lifted
in part Mar, 19th, with final concessions to southern territory Apr, 4th, On Mar. lst,
the fresh orange ceiling was changed to $3.75. During the first part of the month,
interior fo.b, prices were gaeorallE y $~50-3.75, but by the last pat of Marh, -prices
ranged from f.o.b, coiling to delivered ceiling, The orange market was "hoet and con-
timued so to the end of the season, Large operators began contracting for suplies at
delivered ceiling, The proportion of cars at delivered ceiling continued to increase
until by the latter part of April, all sales were on this basis, and remained so until
the close of the season, where again it was a question of pro-rating available supplies
to preferred customers, The cannery market also advanced, During April, the delivered
price was mostly $3,10.3,25 with prices up another dime the first part of May,
GRAPEFRJIT
In fresh fruit channels, Florida was most fortunate in the early maturity of the
1944.45 grapefruit crop and the subsequent opportunity for nation-wide distribution
prior to the opening of the Texas season, There was a period of around three weeks,
when Florida had an "exclusive" on the grapefruit markets, with better than 1/3 of the
shipments destined to western points, These ideal conditions were of short duration,
however, since Texas made 'the first shipments of the season Oct, 11th and rapidly in-
creased the movement to 185 cars on Monday, Oct, 16th, This was Florida's last chance









to get into mid-western territory in any appreciable volume, Texas .had a very large crop
and volume shipments continued much later in the:season than Florida's, which in itself
was usual, Fresh shipments from Floridawere .gnly about 2/3 of the volume of a year
ago, while Texas shipments increased more than 1/3 over the preceding season, There was
a wide differential between:Florida and Texas prices., the latter relatively low, From
a fresh.ceiling standpoint, Florida grapetfrit wasn't in the sune.class with oranges and
tangerines. At the beginning of the season, sales were at ceiling, or $2,51 f.o.b. Due
to the.::oxtremely heavy storm loss, the' djustmet of grapefruit clings was considerably
higher than for oranges or tangerines Following the hurricane, the ceiling was raised
to .$3.3 on white grapefruit and oontinued until Jan. slt, during November and December,
there wae.comparatively light movement of florildatock at prices slightly above the old
coiling, but far.below the nqw levels or generally at $2,60-2,75 on interior fruit. These
prices hold through Jauary but, beginning in February, advanced and, by the end of the
month, rogeod mostly from $3, 3,06, or the new ceiling which was in effect during Jan.
uary and February, On Mar,. lt, the ceiling was again changed or placed at .3,36. 'B3y
the middle of March, prices had advanced to this new level and, during the first woek in
April, there was an occasional sale at delivered ceiling, The proportion of delivered
sales increased rapidly and, by the end of April, all sales were on.delivered basis,
which held until the close of the sonesn, Florida grapefruit, however, particularly in.
terior stock, continued largely a cannery proposition with fresh fruit activity decidedly.
in the background. During the 1944-45 season, the oannery market was strong from start
to finish, Prices wore at the delivered ceiling of $1.84 per box or higher during the
entire season, with the exception of the first two weeks of the season, Beginning with
the week ending Nov, .lth and continuing through the first week in January, the prevail-
ing cannery price was $1,84, fffootive the second week in January and for the next two
months, the market was strong with prices advancing to the general range of $2.10-2,25
throughout March. During April end May, the prevailing price was $2 25, As to volume,
the Florida canners started with a utilization of around 200,000 boxes for the last week
in October and consistently increased this amount until the second week in December,
when they accounted for well over one million boxes. The out-put decreased slightly
over the Christmas holidays, but again exceeded the million box mark for the third and
fourth, week in January. Beginning with the week ending Feb. 3rd, there was a gradual
decline for the remainder of the season, with,.the volume for the week of May 26th down
to 17,172 boxes, Only 4,025 boxes were processed the last week of cannery operations,
or week ending June 16th,
* TANTGERINES

In:koeping with the earlier seasonal trend of oranges and grapefruit, tangerines
started with a volume movement the week ending lov, t14h,. Most fruit packed, at this
time originated in sections not so hard hit by the storm, There was an exceptionally
good demand and many shippers began tangerine operations to fill in during the dull or-
ang .period the latter part of the month "Mixed" ear shipments increased sharply over-
night, with tangerines accounting for a 26,3 percentage in the average "mixed load" for
the weok.ending Nov. 18th. Up until the first part of December, operators had diffi-
culty obtaining satisfactory color. There was also the problem of storm bruised fruit
with insufficient.: cool weather to toughen the peel. Better weather conditions in early
December stepped up the quality considerably and, for a time, it seemed as if too many
shippers had switched to tangerines, An improved orange demand, however, slowed down
tangerine activities somewhat as operators turned to oranges, although pickings held
relatively heavy almost to Christmas. Movement, during the shipping holiday between
Christmas and Nw:Years, was light but picked up appreciably the first week in January,
The peak week of the .season was the one ending Dec. 16th with 968 cars shipped and was
closely followed the next week with 910 ars,. During the first three weeks in January,
shipments ranged from 500 to 600 cars per week, but an abrupt decline began in the week
ending Jan. 27th. By the last week in February, shipments had dropped below 100 cars a
week, Tangerines opened the season at ceiling and, although there was a wide range in
prices at times, generally sales on best stock stayed at coiling until the close, As
often occurs towards the end of a season, when there is variable quality, fo.b. sales
declined, but sound fruit on arrival sold at ceiling, Many shippers preferred to grade.
closely and roll to auction or for delivered sale rather than accept the prevailing
f,o,b, prices, Tangerines, for the first time in a number of seasons, wore used in a
limited .way by conners or a total of 2,728 boxes were utilized during February,









CAR.LOADINGS. FLORIMDA CIMHS
The average rail load of Florida citrus during the 1944.45 season, as compiled by
the Florida Citrus Exchange, was almost identical with that of 1943-44 or 508.9 boxes
compared to 508.5. Seeded for 1944-46 oranges 512,9, grapefruit 509,6 and tan-
gerines 479,0, total 5089.
The standard conversion factor of 400 boxes, which has been used in recent seasons
for converting Florida's truck and boat shipments is still being used, regardless of the
heavier rail loadings, due to war-time regulations. It was thought advisable to use
constant conversion figures inasmuch as rail loading requirements have fluctuated and
still fluctuate from time to time,



MAXIMUM F.0.B. CEILING PRICES FJORID CITHJS Per Std. Box of 1-3/5 Bushel
Note More changes were necessary in the fresh fruit ceilings for the 1944-45 season than
here-to-fore have been made because of the heavy storm loss occurring October 19th, 1945,


9/1/t'44 /ll/'644- 1Z 1/'45- 3/ 1/'465 3/2/'45- 4/2/'45-
11/6/'44 l/Z '45 3/ 1/146 3/20 '45 4/20/46 to End


ORANGES
Interior
Indian River
GRAPEBLIT
Interior


$3,45
$3.89


- White $2.51


Indian River White $3.01
All Sections Pink $2.96
TANGERINES
(Including Temples, Kins,
lnm44minAine TaPnffdl noa a


$3.90
$4.34

$3.32
$3.82
$3.77


$3.62
$4,06

$3.06
$3.56
$3.51


$3.75
$4.01

$3.36
$3.86
$3.76


$3.75
$4.01

$3.32
$3,82
$3.72


$3.75
$4.01

$3.32
$3.82
$3.72


as $4.46* $4.99 $4.66 $4.61 $4.61 $4.72
*-The increase in tangerine ceiling, following the storm, did not become effect-
ive until Nov. 16th instead of Nov. 6th as with oranges and grapefruit.


To determine the approximate "On Treo" price, the O.P.A. uses a 'pick, haul and pack'
charge of $1.20 a box on oranges, $1,05 on grapefruit and $1.70 on tangerines; those
amounts to be deducted from f.o.b. price to arrive at theoretical maximum "On Tree"
price.


9/ 1/'44
2/28/' 45
1-3/5 Bau,.

ORANGES $3.45
GRAPPSUIT White $2.51
Pink $2.96


3/ 1,'45-
87317'45
1-3/5 Bu.

$3.75
$2.77
$3.17


Noto; The basing point on white grapefruit was
changed from Homestead, Fla, to Weslaco,
Tex., effective My 5 1945 and extend-
ing through July 31, 1945.


CALIFORNIA-

ORANGES


1-2/5 Bu,


$3.85


1/I/,'f44.
4/530'45
1-2/5 Bu.


GRAPEFnVIT
White


$2.79 $3.48


TEXAS


5/1/'456





5/l/'45-
10/31/'45
1-2/5 Bu.


atsum









FLORIDA CAhMERY CEILINGS. 1944.45 SEASON
WFO No. 22,7, effective Oct. 9th, stated that the following percentages of the
1943 pack would be required
Grapefruit Juice 39% Orange Juice 30% Blended Juice 32%.
On Nov. 10ths WTA and OPA jointly announced the ceiling prices for canned grape-
fruit juice packed during the 1944-45 season as follows Per Ton, On Tree Basis $37.39
or the equivalent of $1.84 per box delivered at the cannery, Again, as during the 1943-44
season, grapefruit was subsidized.,
Early in December or on Dec. 4ths The ceiling price on oranges for single strength
and blended orange & grapefruit juice was announced. Per Ton, F.O.B. packing-house or
roadside $47.55 or the equivalent of $2,24 per box delivered at the cannery.
On Dec. 21st The grower price on grapefruit was revised. Per Ton, On Troe Basis -
was changed from $37.39 to $35,67 or an approximate reduction of 7# per box delivered.
On Jan. 18ths A "Freeze" Order, covering grapefruit juice and blended juice, con-
fined sales., deliveries and shipments of these products to the Armed Forces. This was an
emergency measure, resulting from increased military requirements and was designed to
assure the availability of these commodities to meet those needs,
On Jan. 30ths A similar "Freeze" Order on orange juice became effective.
Effective Feb. 17thl The WFA increased the quantity of canned citrus juices to be
set aside from the pack as follows Grapefruit Juie 417 (increased from 39) Orange
Juice 56% (increased from 30%) Blended Juice 491 (increased from 32%) Grapefruit
segments 100% (the original Order required 58% set-aside based on the 1941-42 grapefruit
sogment pack. Since production during the .1944-45 season will not meet even military re-
quirements, none will be available to civilians).
CANNERY CEILINGS EaSEWERE 1944.45 SEASON
CALIFORNIA.
01N 5flAD T,. GRAPEFRUIT Per Ton, On Tree Basis $21.00
TtXAS $25.00
CALIFORNIA.
ARITZO~A D T. ORANGES Per Ton, f.ob, packing house or
roadside (Announced June 26,
1945 on Valencias) $51,94
TEXAS Per Ton, f,o.b. packing-house or
roadside $41.55



DISTRIBUTION OF FLORIDA CITrPS 1944.45 SEASON
Rail destinations were obtained on 39,041 cars of oranges; 7,857 grapefruit; 4,165
tangerines and 10,451 mixed citrus; a grand total of 61,514 cars. Around two million
boxes by truck were tabulated during the 1944-45 season on inter-state movement.
In comparing the rail distribution with shipments, it should be kept in mind that
shipments wore made before the Market News Office was opened and after it was closed and
destinations of those shipments were not made available, Also unavailable were destiny,
tions on 3,031 cars of 1.c.l, mixed citrus shipments (consolidated into car-lots) via
express. The.passings through the Florida gateways, Potomac Yard and Cincinnati (cor-
rected by diversions at Savannah, Atlanta and Cincinnati) form the basis of the distribu-
tion figures. Rail diversions accomplished beyond Potomac Yard and Cincinnati and those
beyond the Florida gateways and unloaded this side of Potomac Yard and Cincinnati were
not reported,





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gSits Carlot shipments (rail and Wxpress) 'by weeks oranges & tangrines, grapfruit
and mixed citrus ere ta n from ~he "Weekly Smrw of Carlot Shi1meats" and
corrected by the Washington Office of Production aad Marketing Amnir station.

OAbS ASD AGEINES CAMOT BRIL T IPIST3S BY WEKS

E Aron a cAL. IA 0 ABIZ. J.LOMMS* IALS
ing 194445 1943- 44 44 54 44.4543,-4444-145 43.4 44-4543-44 44..45 43-


9/8
9
23
10/7
14
* 21
11/4
18
25
12/2
9
16
23
30



27
3/3
10
17
-24
3/3
10
17
34
31
14
218
5/5
19
26
6/2
9
16
23


31


18
25


16
770
784
585
869
1859
1322
693
1355
2004
2034
1268
285
1007
1235
1336
.7325
1533
16M9
1749
1482
1595
1514
1549
1795
1647
1448
1399
1263
1149
1016
734
523
264
174
122
29
10
14
6
3
2
4
1
-


.



14
193
564
1135
1620
19W1

1664
798
818
1063
1208
1287
1466
1414
1303
1378
1710
1681
1412
1677
1584
181$
1965
1848
1371
16EL




1003
929
567
322
1651



1736




52
1616
13
989
1002
929
567
322
197
52
55
7
4
3


28


435
28






568
446
615
413
am
152
90
47
16
2
1
1
2.
3
3
1
2
2
-












3
1
-


L-No f"lighit" oars or boat shtlpaernt during i1944-45 eason,


*-Includes fe1w cars t4erines.
or 1943-44 season.


~9 ~BO~RR
r r r


1797 1331
1 1168
1500 992
1438 977
1383 878
1150 758
887 493
578 470
243 296
41 141
2 35
55 861
539 1428
1164 1746
1178 1291
1396 1153
1201 1119
1105 1117
1184 1374
899 816
877 974
1213 991
1091 1121
1220 1103
1387 687
1105 663
1233 1212
1181 1145
885 1299
147 1315
1465 1174
1204 910
1587 1369
1881 1396
1643 1365
1814 1495
1728 1839
1746 1693
1780 1692
1848 1543
2108 1607
2189 1622
1799 1710
1614 1645
1786 1977
1832 1920
2059 1915
1385 1851
1229 1916
1408 1947
1686 1889


a







-
22 5
130 105
230 142
377 155
358 '155
171 88
93 36
139 99
184 126
204 103
109 49
26 51
98 863
47 89
63 80
69 71
55 72
115 47
69 63
61 73
72 83
91 66
99 85
93 79
89 38
74 56
83 42
40 22
28 10
13 4
3 10
4 1
2 -
1
1 -
-
-


TOAL' 41048 4370 5135 3849 68038 64543 3318 28 947 865 j135 77 1 840


1797 1331
1521 1168
1439 985
1560 993
1454 978
1609 879
1943 778
1807 794
1410 1183
1526 1585
2303 1943
1685 2610
1352 2913
2612 3276
3811 4017
3990 3521
3386 2585
1668 2468
2594 3891
2823 3120
2699 2471
1804 2688
2937 2590
2957 2536
3127 2590
2884 3487
2811 2447
2875 2728
2856 2946
2801 2940
3223 3205
3039 3226
2712 2836
2916 3028
3103 2795
2699 2958
2580 3266
2287 3479
2044 3076
2000 2954
1906 2555
2171 2625
2219 2568
1842 2283
1623 1978
1799 .2075
1834 1974
2059 1970
1389 18l8
1230 1920
1408 1950
1686 1889





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c oAPe UIT CAI~OT EAMIL FIP EM S BY WEEKS #
# No oeat shipments 1944-45 or 1943-44 season


ORIA CALIF. TEAS ARIZ. AL OTHERS TOTALS |pats
44-451 4344 44-4543- 444543- 44-45434444-45143-44 44-451 43-44144-45


*1944
Sept,.2
9
16
23
30
Oct. 7
14
21
28
Nov. 4
11
18
25
Dec. 2
9
16
23
30
1945
Jan. 6
13
20
27
Feb. 3
10
17
24
Mar. 3
10
17
24
31
Apr. 7
14
21
28
Mar 5
132
19
26
June 2
9
16
23
30
July 7,
14
21,
28
A8g. 4
11
18
25


3 1
53
262
617 1
607 116
279 246
228 260
128 298
173 454
236 398
237 342
201 212
155 202
179 200
173 143
163 224
207 350
169 374
252 271
144 280
278 260
303 333
402 377
338 375
357 414
252 397
203 488
235 520
242 530
257 449
293 489
235 525
233 588
152 688
132 573
80 452
64 412
19 379
1 276
1 223
139
82
35
48
17
8
-


- --


Week
Ending


r..


82 -
65 -
54 -
17 -
13 -
1 - - -
2 264 52 -
820 292 1
568 392 31
1 428 532 54
8 432 733 39
10 527 742 5 71
1 14 615 529 32 62
2 13 621 399 60 42
5 7 701 662 68 30
3 8 665 386 57 27
3 8 415 259 24 41
1 11 340 415 18 36
7 13 621 692 35 41
9 27 460 690 43 34
21 22 766 676 72 30
9 20 797 632 33 37
13 8 636 610 79 31
16 13 717 580 83 34
26 15 633 706 55 41
18 22 776 687 64 24
24 20 1022 572 49 31
23 22 1013 388 47 35
.29 21 617 492 '.61 45
36 31 614 492 63 63
.25 22 647 450 57 89
19 27 634 265 55 71
38 25 686 275 102 57
49 47 573 247 134 64
86 49 417 213 153 69
130 86 462 173 164 84
135 76 360 98 200 78
148 74 240 43 235 105
233 114 215 2 228 110
257 129 76 - 214 99
259 219 13 228 91
235 272 182 105
252 235 161 93
199 236 95 79
143 129 30 58
175 130 13 62
164 105 2 22
81 102 6
72 97 -
74 90 -
74 82 -
48 88 -


82
65
57 1
70
275
618 1
873 168
1099 539
796 683
556 885
605 1234
768 1221
885 947
884 666
929 901
904 621
615 451
521 686
870 1096
681 1125
1111 999
983 969
1006 909
1119 959
1116 1139
1196 1108
1452 1037
1335 843
910 1046
948 1105
971 1091
965 812
1119 846
991 883
889 919
908 1031
827 825
703 674
740 638
566 607
501 586
418 600
413 .467
294 397
173 222
187 240
166 144
81 116
72 99
74 90
74 82
48 88


TOAL 8542 13450 3376 248 19391 14376 320 2221 34509 32795 114

aigst No import figures available for 1943-44 season account war-time restrictions.





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MIXED CILS CA.rDT RAIL SIEsTS .BY WEEKS
# No boat shipments 1944,45 or 1943-44 season.


MER=A CALTIBNIA .li=S AMI0UIA xjL O'WES 1T'LS
44-451 43-44445 54 445 4344 4444534344 4445143-44 444543-44
nOBiD CLQRIA !CA ~I 0= !


Sept. 2
9
16
23
30
Oct. 7
14
21
28
Nov. 4
11
18
25
Dec. 2
9
16
23
30
194S
Jan. 6
13
20
27
Feb. 3
10
17
24
Mar. 3
10
17
24
31
Ap., 7
14
21
28
May 5
12
19
26
June 2
9
16
23
30
July 7
14
21
28
Aug. 4
11
18
25


37
100
210
177
154
167
356
692
610
751
963
1266
833
230
604
621
686
481
534
480
514
450
411
350
291
339
313
254
262
246
226
190
129
87
59
48
18
6


1


3
'5
46
107
180
197
280
325
608
1107
1227
579
578
755
766
696
696
587
529
494
476
419
447
457
459
520
461
469
432
371
397
404
352
280
266
206
165
147
92
55
38
17
9
5
-


103 37
77 28
59 26
41 35
31 28
23 23
20 18
16 16
15 12
6 8
7 8
1 16
3 10
1 4
9 4
8 4
11 5
13 5
16 11
17 47
16 26
18 40
10 28
29 37
28 24
38 13
33 17
33 25
40 26
25 2D
34 25
39 31
35 26
26 11
28 14
28 18
23 29
39 32
58 63
67 60
95 114
70 134
131 156
96 201
78 135
111 183
103 170
83 188
46 148
41 147
55 140
63 128


23
228
290
344
374
273
306
151
239
282
142
85
123
129
125
116
120
111
122
121
112
101
117
100
79
61
47
28
17
8
8
1
1
15
116
120


111


11 7
5 16
8 12
11 15
6 5
4 9
6 5
5 4
4 5
4 8
4 5
6 5
7 10
7 13
20 325
11 20
20 25
29 21
29 31
23 32
24 24
19 27
24 24
26 21
18 19
6 17
1 5
-
3


-


0ToA. 14146 36709 2096 2754 6046 4384 452 484 22740 23031


- .


Week
4dij ng |


N


103 37
77 28
59 26
41 35
68 28
123 26
280 46
460 290
541 410
525 533
687 581
959 580
802 651
1021 771
1380 1361
1721 1522
1172 736
334 673
780 896
771 958
845 859
677 867
695 740
777 686
732 645
684 614
650 553
610 581.
499 605
543 584
531 634
449 566
469 567
373 491
318 427
278 444
198 472
154 417
145 368
137 353
137 344
102 320
149 322
102 310
79 195
112 223
103 190
83 197
46 153
41 147
55 141
63 128


~I--~---~-~-'~5"~






-4-

OTAL FLO=RIDA CIWUS SSIfTS IL. Q.T. & RUCK tlg BRIS. 1944-45 SEASON
Includes iprper proportion of 'mized' cars
& truck shipments- intra & intersftote movement.


ORANGE S


*F .1 ilat J*Tuok


Sept. 2
9
16
23
30
Oct. 7
14
21
28
Nov. 4
11
18
25
Dec. 2
9
16
23
30
Jan. 6
13
20
27
Feb, 3
10
17
24
Mar. 3
10
17
24
31
Apr. 7
14
21
28
NMay 5
12
19
26
June 2,
9
16
23
30
July 7
14
21
28
Aug. 4
11
18
25


Cars Cars


-
-

23
273 -2
895 -
885
673
976 -
2092 -
1718
1038
1767 -
2576 -
2820
1784
420
1322 -
1580 -
1734
1003
1861 -
1942 -
2035 -
1758 -
1842
1729
1730
1991
1833
1592
1551
1405
1287
1125
810
577
298
204
136
33
10
14
6
4
2
4 -
1 -


EF RU -I


Cars


Cars





44
115
175
130
182
206
153
137
123
139
233
360
299
62
129
169
158
151
182
174
188
151
163
152
175
150
181
123
125
119
120
107
87
96
32
31
27
18
15
15
14
10
10


2
40
79
360
668
758
6932
816
793
155


Week
Ending


6
36
46
42
33
41
41
24
30
40
27
29
36
40
20
35
41
32
36
39
37
42
30
39
32
27
26
41
29
30
24
30
15
12
19
7
3
3
1
1
1
1
1


O'1AL 49357 -* 5482 11917 1125 6832 1015
**- Corrected. No boat shipments during 1944-45 season.


G RAP
* *E. i l :]





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Week O ANG S B AP FR U IT TANGEB IN S T I TAL
ding 194445 194444 I. 194445 I 1943.4 1944-45 | 1943.44 1944-45 194344
Cars Cars Cars Car CCars ars Cars Cars


Sept. 2 .
16 3 1 3 1
23 59 59
30 66 1 9 395
Oct. 7 387 717 8 1104 10
14 1070 49 734 149 1804 198
21 1015 342 388 339 -- 1403 681
28 855 871 335 380 5 1195 1251
Iwo. 4 1182 1579 210 442 45 1 1437 2022
.11 245 2053 271 611 104 9 2620 2673
18 1855 2596 380 531 427 37 2662 3164
25 1161 2418 372 482 765 97 2298 2997
Dec. 2 1906 2043 352 404 835 424 3093 2871
9 2809 2605 280 365 793 978 3882 3948
16 3180 2842 367 369 968 947 4515 4158
23 2083 1376 284 203 910 899 3277 2477
30 488 1222 232 381 1"78 653 892 2256
6 1451 1613 355 557 584 896 2390 3066
13 1749 1748 338 632 544 665 2631 3045
0 1892 1807 407 446 596 553 2895 2806
27 1154 2025 293 417 251 453 1698 2895
Feb. 3 2043 1926 445 447 228 249 2716 2622
10 2116 1837 471 517 174 158 2761 2512
17 2223 1893 596 569 176 80 2995 2542
34 1909 2207 508 588 88 44 2505 2839
Mar. 3 2005 2140 521 591 74 39 2600 2770
10 1881 1954 398 581 49 32 2328 2567
.17 1905 2190 326 658 25 40 2256 2888
24 2141 2005 395 707 18 37 2548 2749
31 2014 2375 408 757 8 19 2430 3151
Apr. 7 1715 2456 392 662 4 7 2111 3125
14 1676 2343 433 677 1 9 2110 3029
21 1524 2011 363 728 1 18 1888 2757
28 1407 1747 351 769 1 1758 2517
May 5 1232 2052 248 886 1 4 1481 2942
12 897 2121 197 770 5 1094 2898
19 673 1965 132 625 5 805 2595
26 350 1662 96 551 3 446 2216
June 2 236 1518 40 517 1 277 2035
9 167 1228 8 383 1 175 1612
16 60 1194 4 304 64 1498
23 28 1126 1 204 29 1330
30 29 692 1 125 30 817
July 7 a1 388 1 58 22 446
14 18 255 1 62 19 317
21 12 78 28 8 12 106
28 10 77 16 4 10 93
Aig. 4 4* 11* -* 3* 4 14*
11 1* 4* -* 1* 4*
18 -* 3 -* 3*
25
Truck shipments not included. unavailable.
rOTAL 54839 68650 13042 19499 7847 7363 75728 95512
Sg.Ai Includes rail truck, eapress & 'mized' citrus broken down into proper proportions.
Truck, reduce& to car-lot equivalents on basis 400 baoes per car.






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FLORIDA MIZED CAR ANALYSIS, RAILZ SIFMNTS 1944-45 SASON


1944

Sept. 2
9
16
23
30
Octi 7
14
21
28
Nov, 4
11
18
25
Dec. 2
9
16
23
30
1945
lan,- 6
13
20
27
Fob, 3
10
17
24
3
Ifar. 3
10
217
24
31
Apr. 7
.14
21
28
May 5
12
19
26
June 2
9
16


45.7
59,5
57.3
57.0
64,2
65.4
57,2
56.5
54.9
59.4
62.1
62.0
58.8

52.1
55.5
58.1
57.7
61.3
80.0
55,6
61.4
60.0
61.3
62.1
57.0
59,5
5G.6
50.1
57.6
61.0
57.6
58.7
62.6
56.9
63.0
77.8
66.7


15.9
39,6
51,7
53,7
54.4
56.3

58.3
57,9
57.2
57.7
58.7
59.1
59.1
58.5
58,3
58.3
58.2
58.4
58.5
58.4
50.5
50.,6
58.7
50,7
58,7
52,7
58,7
58.7
58.7
58.7
58,7
58,7
58.7
58.6
58.7
58.7
58.7
58.7


54.3
40,5
42.7
43,0
24,7
20,8
16.5
15,6
.16.5
10.0
12,0
8,5
21,9

18.7
20.6
17.9
23 4
24.1
27.2
29,6
31.0
%30.4
32.5
33.1
39.5
39.8
411.
41,9
42.4
39.0
42,4
41,3
37.4
43.1
37.0
22.2
33.3


84.1
60,4
48,3
46.3
45.6
41.6
35.5
28,4
25.3
23,3
20,3
18.4
17.1
17.3

17.4
17,7
17.7
18.0
10,3
18, 3
18.8
19.3
19.8
20.2
20,5
20.9
21.4
21.9
22.2
22.6
23.4
23.6
23.0
23,8
23,96
23,9
24.0
24,0
24.0


Furnished through the courtesy of the Statistical Department,
Florida Citius Exohange, Tampa, Fla,


11,1
13. 8
26.3
27.9
28.6
30.6.
A-,




25,9
29,5
19,3

29,2
23.9
24.0
18.9
14.6
12.0
14.8
7,6
9,6
6.2
4.0
2.7
0,7
1.6
-
-

-

-,
U
U


-
-
w






5.5
13,3
16,8
19,5
22.0
22,9
23,8
23,6

24.1
24,1
24.0
24,0
23,8
23,3
22,7
22,3.
21.7
21,2
20.8
20,4
19.9
19.4
19.1
10.7
18.3
17,9
17.7
17.5
17,5
17.4
17.3
17.3
17.3





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L2DgiLrk.a'pit BYw VEags & TaOm.Dm 19444s5.As
Purnished trough -the courtesy of the Florida Citrus Commission ILkeland, Florida,

Week ORANGES GRAPEFRUIT TANGERINES
dIin Boes Used TWo..Dsate IBoxes Used To-Data I Boxes Used To-Date


1944
Sept. 2
9
16
23
30
Oct. 7
14
21
28
Nov. 4
11
18
25
Dec. 2
9
16
23
30
1945
Jain"- 6
13
20
S27
Feb, 3
10
17
24
Mar, 3
10
17
24
31
Apr. 7
14
21
20
Way 5
12
19
26
June 2
9
16


55,524
120,758
269,719
522,678
776,563
1,067,938
1,399,810
1,753,163
2,045,316
2,225,166
2,525,849
2,938,221
3,469,290
4,072,499
4,679,245
5,319,928
6,028,803
6,808,510
7,619,149
8,427,497
9,186,919
9,914,766.
10,677,343
11,397,596
12,119,690
12,609,050
13,174,049
13,539,264
13,708,565
14,019,994
14,154,678
14,195,472
14,220,889
14,223,889


1,362
199,786
376,980
462,110
527,757
588,497
750,272
957,408
1,043,232
983,608
868,044
952,969
907,589
1,084,492
1,021,618
829,742
642,621
524,474
429,811
355,950
274,180
246,342
210,7 4
180,044
145,695
136,472
114,607
98,290
70,740
68,089
44,211
17,172
12,240
2,588
4,025


1,362
201,148
578,128
1,040,246
1,568,003
2,156,500
2,906,772
3,864,180
4,907,412
5,891,020
6,759,064
7,712,033
8,619,622
9,704,114
10,725,732
11,555,474
12,198,095
12,722,569
13,152,380
13,508,330
13,782,510
14,028,352
14,239,636
14,419,680
14,565,375
14,701,847
14,016,454
14,914,752
14,985,492
15,053,581
15,097,792
15,114,964
15,127,204
15,129,792
15,133,817


-


237
870
1,248
373


55,524
65,234
148,961
252,959
253,885
291,375
331,872
353,353
292,153
179,850
300,683
412,372
531,069
603,209
606,746
640,683
708,875
779,707
810,639
808,348
759,422
727,847
762,577
720,253
722,094
569,368
404,991
365,215
249,301
231,429
134,684
40,794
25,417
3,000


Above data complete for 1944-45 season,


Notes Represents entire cannery out-put and includes processed fruit
purchased by Government agencies,


237
1,107
2,355
2,728
2,728
2,728
2,728
2,728
2,728
2,720
2,728
2,728
2,728
2,720
2,728
2,728
2,728
2,728
2,728





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FLORIDA PRODUCTION. CANMED GRAPWHMIT. -giAPEjIlT JUICE. ORAUE JUISE, ETC.
Issued. by tho Jacksonville District Office, hureen of Foroign and Domestic Commerce
in cooperation with the Florida Canners Association

Does not include SEGMENTS J U I C E
citrus concentrate GpEi SW ORIANGE C L,. GRAPSETe IT
cit~Ts concIrae NATION Sweetened. Unsweetened

24/2's 393,058 18,087 5,460,114 3,008,314 850,991 2,680,463

404x700 --- -- 6,388,597 3,680,757 1,372,210 5,081,006

'48/1's --- 18,750 -- --

6/10's .. ---. 353,118 101,688 36,877 284,271

Totals 393,058 18,087 12,220,579 6,790,759 2,260,078 8,045,740




CONVZEED IMiO CASES OF No. 24/2 .CANS


citrus concentrate 9 42

Grapefruit Segments 4,002,823 847,459 895,818 393,058
Broken Segments 430,313 40,308 47,429 18,087
Grapefruit Juice 6,179,780 15,192,952 16,778,124 12,025,099
Orange Juice 3,466,300 2,429,251 7,075,467 13,935,381
Combination Juice 2,304,309 3,675,919 6,176,168 7,744,505
Citrus Salad 273,455 --
Orange Segments 1,382 --

Totals 16,658,364 22,185,889 30,973,006 34,116,130


19 44 445 SEASON
Number of field boxes of grapefruit used for canning grapefruit segments ....

Number of field boxes of grapefruit used for canning grapefruit juice and
combination juice ..
Number of field boxes of oranges used for canning orange juice and
combination juice ....


275,179


14,870,447

13,951,725





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PW0RoCmT AND OTIfLIZATION IBIDA ORAMBES
CHOPS of 1935-36 to 1944.46,. IICUSIT
Crop Reporting Board Bureau of Agricultural Economics
Total FARMDISOSITIO UTILIZATION OF SALES
Pro- .. .
CCP duc- For Fresh Sa e s
SEASON tion Farm Shipped Out of State Total
RNouse- Sold Total t Intra- Pro-
S old Fresh ai State coss-
Use Sales Total Idudin Boat. Truck Sales ed
1 _1 1 1Jxpress
Thousand Boxes
ALL ORANGES
1935-36 15,900 181 15,719 15,506 14,085 6,640 4,934 2,511 1,421 213
1936-37 19,100 218 18,882 18,332 16,661 8,936 5,574 2,151 1,671 550
1937-38 23,900 260 23,640 22,531 20,674 11,942 5,966 2,766 1,857 1,109
1938-39 29,900 310 29,583 28,399 26,556 14,177 7,365 5,014 1,843 1,184
1939.40 25,600 250 25,350 21,080 19,242 11,336 3,558 4,348 1,838 4.270
1940-41 28,600 220 28,380 24,372 22,506 12,242 4,474 5,790 1,866 4,008
1941-42 27,200 176 27,024 22,753 20,535 16,274 461 3,800 2,218 4,271
1942-43 37,200 209 36,991 30,552 28,244 25,800 2,444 2,308 6,439
1943-44 46,200 300 45,900 34,889 32,680 30,525 2,155 2,209 11,011
1944-45 42,800 26,076 24,526 --- 1,550 14,344
EARLY & MID-SEASON
1935.36 9,600 109 9,491 9,391 8,451 4,013 2,753 1,685 940 100
1936.37 11,700 133 11,567 11,308 10,080 5,624 2,954 1,502 1,228 259
1937-38 13,400 140 13,260 12,830 11,758 7,552 2,864 1,342 1,072 430
1938-39 17,150 179 16,964 16,724 15,419 8,311 3,689 3,419 1,305 240
1939-40 15,600 150 15,460 14,487 13,323 8,118 2,092 3,113 1,164 963
1940-41 16,200 120 16,080 14,218 13,070 6,829 2,376 3,865 1,148 1,862
1941.42 15,200 99 15,101 12,827 11,422 8,376 443 2,603 1,405 2,274
1942-43 19,100 119 18,981 15,684 14,480 12,987 -- 1,493 1,204 3,297
1943-44 25,80C 175 25,625 20,669 19,414 17,789 -- 1,625 1,255 4,956
1944-45 21,70C * 14,839 13,756 -- 1,083 5,640
VALINCIAS
1955536 6,300 72 6,220 6,115 5,634 2,627 2,181 826 481 113
1936.37 7,400 85 7,315 7,024 6,501 3,312 2,620 649 443 291
1937-38 1C,500 120 10,380 9,701 8,916 4,390 3,102 1,424 785 679
1938-39 12,750 131 12,619 11,675 11,137 5,866 3,676 1,595 538 944
1939.40 10,000 100 9,900 6,593 5,919 3,218 1,466 1,235 674 3,307
1940-41 12,400 100 12,300 10,154 9,436 5,413 2,098 1,925 718 2,146
1941-42 12,000 77 11,923 9,926 9,113 7,898 18 1,197 813 1,997
1942-43 18,100 90 18,010 14,868 13,764 12,813 -- 951 1,104 3,142
1943-44 20,400 125 20,275 14,220 13,266 12,736 530 954 6,055
1944-45 21,100 11,237 10,770 467 8,704
TAGERINES
1935-56 2,100 39 2,061 2,061 1,817 1,013 570 234 244
1936-37 3,000 50 2,950 2,950 2,729 1,615 735 379 221
1937-38 2,300 40 2,260 2,260 1,968 1,192 520 256 292
1938-39 3,400 50 3,350 3,350 2,941 1,748 728 465 409
1939-40 2,400 24 2,376 2,376 1,986 1,255 294 437 390
1940-41 2,700 30 2,670 2,670 2,295 1,437 425 433 375
1941.42 2,100 27 2,073 2,073 1,767 1,373 59 335 306 ---
1942-43 4,200 46 4,154 4,154 3,767 3,407 360 387 ---
1943.44 3,600 40 3,560 3,560 3,221 2,838 -- 383 339 ---
1944-45 3,900 3,476 3,149 -- 327 3
i/ 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 marketing channels
in accordance with provisions of Government purchase program.
/ Net content of box of Florida oranges and tangerines, 90 lbs.
Unavailable at time of Summary release,






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PRODrCTION A lD UttIZArIQO CALI)ONIA a0RAMaES (IncludingIr TAM RINES)
COPS of 1935.36 to 194445, INCLUSIVE
Crop Reporting Board Bureau of Agricultural Economics

Total Pro- FARM DISPOSITION UTILIZATI ON 0 F SALES
Pro- duo-
CRQP du- tion For r h SS a 1 e s
SEASON tion having Fm .
Value House- Sold I P Total
.hold Pro-
/ Use Total Packed Loose cessed
Thou stLn sOR
ALL ORANGES


1935-36
1936-37
1937-38
1938-39
1939-40
1940-41
1941-42
1942-43
1943-44
1944-45


VALENCIAS

1935-36
1936-37
1937-38
1938-39
1939-40
1940-41
1941-42
1942-43 /
1943-44
1944-45 *


32,809
29,827
45,914
41,420
44,425
50,778
52,155
44,329
51,871


18,340
16,593
29,234
23,450
26,904
31,223
30,181
30,088
30,800


32,195
28,804'
44,710
38,481
43,189
49,456
51,393
43,675
51,123


17,986
16,064
28,346
22,278
26,082
30,644
29,774
29,758
30,488


31,974
28,588
44,483
38,251.
42,957
49,224
51,161
43,443
50,891


17,870
15,951
28,224
.22,154
25,957
30,519
29,649
29,633
30,363


30,246
22,590
39,797
33,395
40,024
43,423
44,020
36,015
44,608


16,630
11,414
24,209
18,450
23,484
25,618
24,872
24,208
26,394


26,322
20,082
35,007
28,935
35,292
37,914
39,416
*
*


14,560
10,525
21,777
16,340
20,800
22,772
22,475
*
*


3,924
2,508
4,790
4,460
4,732
5,509
4,604
*
,i,


2,070
889
2,432
2,110
2,684
2,846
2,397


1,728
5,998
4,686
4,856
2,933
5,801
7,141
7,428
6,283


1,240
4,537
4,015
3,704
2,473
4,901
4,777
5,425
3,969


NAVELS & MISCELLANEOUS


1935-36
1936-37
1937-38
1938-39
1939-40
1940-41
1941-42
1942-43
1943-44
1944-45 *


14,469
13,234
16,680
17,970
17,521
19,555
21,974
14,241
21,071


14,209
12,740
16,364
16,203
17,107
18,812
21,619
13,917
20,635


14,104
12,637
16,259
16,097
17,000
18,705
21,512
13,810
20,528


13,616
11,176
15,588
14,945
16,540
17,805
19,148
11,807
18,214


11,762
9,557
13,230
12,595
14,492
15,142
16,941
*
*


1,854
1,619
2,358
2,350
2,048
2,663
2,207
*
*


488
1,461
671
1,152
460
900
2,364
2,003
2,314


~ The difference between production
charity and eliminated.


and production having value includes quantities to


2/ Net content of California orange box considered to be 70 Ibs.
41 season; 77 Ibs. for subsequent crops,
/ Revised
SUnavailable at time of Summary release.


up to and including 1940-





11 -
PHOlUCTION A Wfl=lz7eraN -gAS, M aimA & IWMIWAWIGASZ
CAPS of 1935.36 to 1944.4., INSCLSIV
Crop RBporti, g Board Bureau of Agricultural Eonomics
Total Pro-. FAM DISOSITIO UT IL ZAT I 0 0 F SALES
Pro. duno
CaP. duo- tion For
SSASoN tio havi ia Fr res h Sal es
Vlue House. Sold Total
hold Pro-
lt/ Use Total Packed Loose cessed



&35-36 777 777 50 727 727 M
1936-37 2,000 2,000 59 1,941 1,937 4
1937.38 1,440 -1,440 57 1,383 1,350 W 33
1938-39 2,815 2,815 61 2,754 2 738 16
1939.40 ,2,360 2,360 56 2,304 2,75 29
1940-41 .2,650 2,650 61 2,589 2,574 15
1941-42 2,850 2,850 59 2,791 2,772 19
1942.43 2,550 2,550 57. 2,493 2,480 13
1943.44 3,550 3,550 59 3,491 3,448 43
194445 *




S240 240 12 228 227 163 64 1
19S-37 220 220 8 212 173 121 52 39
7-38 350 350 13 337 335 208 127 2
1934.39 430 427 13 414 412 231 181 2
13a9.40 595 595 13 582 576 307 269 6
14041 528 528 13 515 491 219 272 24
194142 660 660 13 647 636 403 233 11
1942.43 730 730 13 717 642 75
1943.44 1,100 1,100 15 1,085 969 U 116
1944.45 *


LOUISIANA
T35.36 244 244 25 219 219 -
1936-37 309 309 25 284 284
1937-38 238 38 25 213 213 -
1938-39 385 385 30 355 355
1939.40 228 228 22 206 2Q6 -
1940-41 253 253 20 233 233
1941-42 192 192 13 179 179. -
1.4.-43 340 340 16 324 324 -
194S-44 240 240 25 215 209 8
1944-45 *

I/ The difference between production and production having value represents quantities
diverted from marketing channels in accordamoe with provisions of marketing agreements.
/ Neot content of box of oranges in Texas and Louisiana, 90 lbs.; in Arizona 70 lbs. up to.
and including the 1940.41 season, 77 lbs. for subsequent seasons,
* Unavailable at time of Summary release,









CMOPS of 1935.36 to 1944*45, INC VEZ..
_______epoig Bo-ad -Bureau of AgriculfuraF t cisigs
Total FADISPOSITION. UTL zAI Z OI N F .S ALES
Pro- -
uc- For Fr e.x h S-i es 1 a
T ion Farm "Sd o 'tal .S O : tat.e n-.
SFASQO ouse.- ;dtel ;81& ,taa I ^tra- 'r '
/ hold Fiesh ail State cess-
S Use Sae Total t" ndi Boat Truk Saos od.
S ...a. .re.ss-


ALL GRAPEMJIT


7,762 6,992.
11,233 10,400
8,3 49 7,479'
12,226 11',255
6,998 6,048
10,624 9,582.
8,956. 7,836
9,803 8,520
10,436 9,309'
6,082




3,247 3,007
4,262, 3,969
3,84A 3,488.
4,863 4,421
3,823 3,387-
5,618 5,286
5,503 4,944
5,701. 5,208
7,196 6,690
I-* 3,527




4,515 3,985
6,971 6,439
4,502 3,991
7,363 6,834*
3,175 2,661.
5,006 4,296.
3,453: 2,892.
3,902' 3,312
3,240. 2,619
2,555


3,419. 2,542
6,416. 3,056
4,433 2,196
6,653 3,204
3,550: 1,518
5,743 +2,208
6,646 206
7,9909::
8,953 -
5,860 '' ---


11,408
17,992
14,506
21'.43T
15l,810
24,500
19,099
27,187
30,882
*




3+,967
5.,962
5, 7
7 88
6,465
8,157
7,680
10,255
13,950





7,441
12,030
9,039
140,50
9,345
16,343
11,439
16,32


1/ 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 Government .
purchase program,
/ Net content of box of Florida grapefruit 80 Ibs,
Unavailable at time of Summary release,


1935-36
1936-37
137-38
1038-39
1'..40
1941-42
1942.43
1943.44
1944-45


SJuDLESS

1935-36
1936-37
1937-38
1038-39
1939-40
1940-41
1941-42
1942.43
1943-44
1944.45




1935-36
1936-37
1937-38
1938-39
1939-40
1940-41
1941.42
1942-43
1943-44
1944.45


11,500
18,100
'14,600
S23,300
15,900
S24,600
"19,200
27,300
31,000
22,300


4,000
6,000
5,500
7,800
6,500
8,200
7,700
10,300
14,000
8,400




7,500
"12,100
9,100
15,500
9,400
16,400
11,500
17,000
17,000
13,900


92
108
94
143
90
100
101
113
118
0


33
38
, 33
52
35
43
40
45
50





59
70
61
91
55
57
61
68
68
*


1.,542. 1,052
2,357 1,265
1,814. 1,170
2,442 1,427
1,950 895
3,003 1,365
4,246 88
4,918 --
6,543 -
3,451 --




1,877 1,490
4,059 1,791
2,619 1,026
4,211 1,777
1,600. 623
2,740 843
2,400 118
3,081; --
2,419. -
2,409 -


1,031
936
850
1,398
980
1;631
984
521
356
222




413
347
-504
552
.542
918
610
290
156.
76




618
589
346
846
438
713
374
231
200
146


770
825
870
971
950
1,042
1,120
1,083
1,127





240
293
359
442
436
332
559
493
506
*




530
532
511
529
514
710
561
590
621
*


63,81A

13;874
10;,41
17,58a.
20,4486
15,136







S2


4,554.
6,754,
4,417


2,926.
5,069'
4, 637
6,687
6,X'70
7 ,
13, ,
13,6
10,719


--- -----'---------`-





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PROTECTION & UTIIZAITION TAS & ARIZONA GRAPEJ ZIT
CROPS of 1935-36 to 1944.45, ICICUSIVE


orC
p
Re
nitrop g


Banrd Bineann of Arricnlturnl !ommamioa


Total Pr- FARMDISPOSITION UT L I ZATI 0 N F SALES
Pro- duc-___
CROP duo- tion For a
SEASON tion having Farm, Fresh 8 a es
Value House. Sold Total
/ hold Pro-
S Use Total Packed Loose cossod
Th sand Bo xo s


TEAS

1935-36
1936-37
1937-38
1938-39
1939-40
1940-41
1941-42
1942.43
1943-44
1944-45


ARIZONA
333;---"


1935-36
1936-37
1937-38
1938-39
1939-40
1940-41
1941-42
1942-43
1943-44
1944-45 *


2,780
9,630
11,840
15,670
14,400
13,650
14,50C
17,510
17,710










1,800
1,400
2,750
2,700
2,900
2,650
3,380
2,600
4,080


2,780
9,630
11,840
13,960
14,400
13,650
14,500
17,510
17,710










1,800
1,400
2,750
2,380
2,560
2,650
3,380
2,600
4,080


2,749
9,589
11,792
13,897
14,344
13,594
14,448
17,458
17,658










1,792
1,392
2,738
2,367
2,547
2,637
3,366
2,588
4,068


2,130
7,026
6,589
8,366
7,444
7,371
8,330
9,582
9,336


1,650
947
2,104
1,968
2,003
1,931
2,144
1,254
2,163


1,078
530
1,262
689
661
1,273
1,921
*


580
417
842
1,279
1,342
658
223



619
2,563
5,203
5.531
6,900
6,223
6,118
7,876
8,322










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


* 1,905


1/ 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, not content of box considered 60 lbs, up to and including 1940-
41 and 65 lbs. for subsequent seasons. For Texas, not content of box considered as 80
lbs. for all seasons.
* Unavailable at time of Summary release.





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PIOIUCTION A.D UTILIZATION CALIFORNEA GRAPE IT
C~0PS of 1935-36 to 1944.45, ,INCISIVE
S Crop Reporting Board Bureau of .Agicultural Economics

Total Pro- FAM DISPOSITION UT ILI ZATION OF SALES
Pro- duo-
CO0P duo tion For Fresh Sa 1 es
SEASON tion having hFarm, To.t..
Value House. Sold Total
/ hold Pro-
___ / Use Total Packed Loose cessed
Thousand dB os.x 2
ALL AREAS


1935-36
1936-37
1937-38
1938-39
1939-40
1940-41
1941-42
1942-43
1943-44
1944-45 *


DESERT VALLEYS

1935-36
1936-37
1937-38
1938-39
1939.40
1940-41
- 1941-42
1942-43
1943-44
1944-45 *


OTHER AREAS

1935-36
1936-37
1937-38
1938-39
1939-40
1940-41
1941-42
1942-43
1943-44
1944-45 *


2,267
1,540
1,943
1,924
1,992
1,983
3,181
3,071
3,230


1,115
793
858
904
1,087
960
1,343
1,254
1,239


1,152
747
1,085
1,020
905
1,023
1,838
1,817
1,991


2,233
1,440
1,913
1,899.
1,986
1,979
3,177
3,069
3,228


1,112
762
847
895
1,086
958
1,339
1,252
1,237


1,121
678
1,066
1,004
900
1,021
1,838
1,817
1,991


2,210
1,420
1,893
1,879
1,966
1,959
3,157
3,049
3,208


1,107
758
843
891
1,082
954
1,335
1,248
1,233


1,103
662
1,050
988
884
1,005
1,822
1,801
1,975


2,111
1,162
1,832
1,840
1,904
1,809
2,679
2,649
2,595


1,365
736
1,353
1,179
1,122
. 1,137
2,356
*
*


99
258
610
39
62
150
478
400
613


1,050
565
803
874
1,046
871
1,057
938
882


1,061
597
1,029
966
858
938
1,622
1,711
1,713


767
400
829
752
686
778
1,389
*
*


1/ The difference between production and production having value includes quantities to
charity and eliminated.


J/ For all'California grapefruit net content of box considered
eluding the 1940-41 season. For subsequent seasons, Desert
as 65 lb. not per box, and Other Areas 68 lbs. net per box,
* Unavailable at time of Summary release.


to be 60 lbs, up to and in-
Valley grapefruit considered





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Pa1oJCTIoN r UTILtZAOS ..: CAtIFOQNIA XLDONS & BIURDA. LIEfS
CaOPS of 1935.36 to 1944.45. INCWUSIVE
C___rop Reporting Board Bureau of Agricultural Economics
Total Pro. FAM DISPOSITION UTILIZATI 0N OF SALES
Pro- duo-
a p duc- tion Fr Fresh Sal 1
SCM S0N tion having Farm
SELSON tion Houseg Sold Total
hold Pro-
1/ Use Total Packed Loose cessed


CALIFORNIA LEMNS
6BOXBSISr Thousand boxes 2/
1935-36 7,787 7,787 14 7,773 7,422 6,634 788 351
1936-37 7,579 7,579 14 7,565 6,533 5,813 720 1,032
1937-38 9,304 9,304 14 9,290 7,761 7,246 515 1,529
1938-39 11,106 11,106 14 11,092 7,777 7,261 516 3,315
1939-40 11,983 11,983 14 11,969 8,327 7,703 624 3,642
1940-41 17,236 16,734 15 16,719 8,863 8,323 540 7,856
1941-42 11,720 11,720 15 11,705 7,870 7,319 551 3,835
1942.43 14,940 14,940 15 14,925 9,711 5,214
.1943-44 11,730 11,730 15 11,715 9,674 2,041
1944-45
CALIFORNIA LEMNS

1935-36 295,906 295,906 532 295,374 282,036 -- --- 13,338
1936-37 288,002 288,002 532 287,470 248,254 -- -- 39,216
1937-38 353,552 353,552 532 353,020 294,918 .. 58,102
1938-39 422,028 422,028 532 421,496 295,526 -- -- 125,970
1939-40 455,354 455,354 532 454,822 316,426 -- 138,396
1940-41 654,968 635,892 570 635,322 336,794 -- -- 298,528
1941-42 462,940 462,940 592 462,348 310,865 --- 151,483
1942-43 590,130 590,130 592 589,538 383,585 --- 205,953
1943-44 463,335 463,335 592 462,743 382,123 -- 80,620
1944-45 *
FLORIDA LIMES
BOX EBIS- Thouand boses 3/
1935-36 12 12 / 12 12 -
1936-37 45 45 -- 45 45 ----
1937-38 70 70 70 70 ---
1938-39 95 95 -- 95 95
1939-40 95 95 95 95 ---
1940-41 80 80 --- 80 80 --
1941-42 150 150 -- 150 150 -
1942-43 175 175 -- 175 175
1943-44 190 190 -- 190 190 -- --
1944-45 250 250 --- 250 250


L/ The difference between production and production having value includes quantities to
charity and eliminated,
2/ For California lemons net content of box considered to be 76 lbs. up to and including
1940-41 and 79 lbs. for subsequent seasons. Equivalent tons were derived on the basis
of the above box weights.
3/ Net content of box of Florida limos, 80 lbs,
/ Qantitios of limes used on farms negligible.
Unavailable at time of Summary release.
# Includes small quantity processed,






16 -

CA=IOI USNLADS OF QANGES in 85 Cam18 -yloM JULY 1944 MESSi JULY 1945
BY MDNMS AND B- 8uaJS 0r' 2 IsN


States


At)


IJLY U SP1T. OCT. OV E E Mf =.+I AEM., MAYI JUMEI JULY


A i. -- 1 2
Calif. 21 26 40 3 1 15 29 29
Florida 13 41 71 18 91 115 101 92 115 10 1
Tex 91 15 11 92 13 4
Total 34 26 40 44 71 129 91 115 101 92 131 41 3


Ba;LtlcDre,


Calif. 44 117 124 63 3 4 32 11 29 19 52 72 98
Florida 70 2 76 146 177 133 189 211 212 143 29 2
Tex. 1 1 -
STotal 114 119 124 139 150 181 165 201 4 0 231 195 101 100


Ariz. 1 4
Calif. 272 387 249 184 34 31 196 7- 113 126 240 259 358
Florida 60 2 119 367 398 393 341 503 463 209 9
ez. -. 4 29 3 9 1 6 8--
_otal 332 389 249 307 430 432 599 414 616 595 461 268 358
Ch cago
Ari. 3 5 3 4 3 3 5 1 2
Calif. 296 392 328 300 81 151 285 188 262 225 372 357 446
Florida 79 2 122 234 267 194 258 291 284 137 4 1
La. 3 1 1 -
Tex. 1 8 101 40 44 32 29 13 -
Total 378 395 328 430 .419 '464 527 482 585 525 514 362 449


C1






DeC







De


icnriaati


Ari. -----1 1 2
Calif, 74 96 87 54 2 12 33 23 24 23 63 88 95
Florida 26 3 59 :100 149,9 98 127 148 115 43 -
La. 3 3 -
Tex 3 18 11 2 -
Total 100 99 87 116 123 176 135 150 172 138 106 88 95


eveland


Ariz. 1 1 2 2 2
Calif. 98 152 98 76 24 54 104 79. 93 112 142 143 114
Florida 33 47 103 127 87 111 122 129 47 2
Tex, 1 26 6 5 7 7 1 -
Total 132 152 98 124 153 180 198 197 222 242 189 147 116
Sas
Ariz. 2 6 1 2 -
Calif. 42 51 49 41 6 27 26 26 31 26 44 39 44
Florida 2 5 2 -
Tex. 11 24 43 29 41 42 37 7 -
Total 46 51 49 52 30 76 56 67 73 70 53 39 44


Ariz. 2 -
Calif. 53 72 50 48 15 47 58 48 53 55 74 60 51
Florida 2 1 1 2 1
Tax. 4 29 11 6 8 4 12 3 -
Total. 55 72 50 52 44 61 65 56 57 67 79 60 82


troit


Ariz. 3 1 10 4 5 2 2 1
Calif. 193 212 177 133 57 89 211 139 195 148 247 186 194
Florida 45 54 152 160 122 155 212 135 77 -
Tex. 25 7 10 1 -
Total 241 213 177 187 234 266 347 299 408 285 326 187 194


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17 -

CAEBL OTTNI OCDS P G AI ES in _5 CITIES YBOM JULY 1944 TI.T JULY 1945
BY MINES ADM BY STATES OF OBIGIN-(CONT'D)


State JULY AUG.Ie SET.I OCT. SIo. C. JaN. I. maR. R.R.f M I JUI E JTLY


rt Worth
Ariz. 1 1 1
Calif. 19 29 37 14 2 13 16 13 12 17 34 24 29
Florida 2 -
Tex, 9 14 32 13 11 19 25 5
Total 21 29 37 23 16 46 29 25 31 42 39 24 30


nsas City


Ariz. 14 2 2 1 1
Calif. 80 75 69 58 58 60 71 65 68 100 79 65
Florida 4 16 22 11 8 6 11 5 -
Tex.. 9 38 15 8 14 18 14 2 1 -
Total 80 75 69 71 68 97 81 93 89 93 108 80 66


Los Aneles
Aria.
Calif.
Florida
in--


1 3


- 2
- 32


1 -


1 2
2 4 12 24


Total 1 3 .- 34 1 3 4 12 26
mneapolis
Ariz. 1 1 -
Calif. 76 75 62 59 9 65 85 78 79 77 105 80 59
Florida 10 23 31 2 11 15 6 -
Tex. 9 40 6 3 7 2 8 2 -
Total 76 75 62 78 72 102 88 87 92 101 114 81 59


New Orleans
Ariz. 1 -
Calif. 42 75 99 35 1 5 11 16 71 52 73
Florida 17 27 23 32 30 44 35 68 39 3
La. 5 3 5 -
X. 13 4 9 22 38 24 2 -
otl .. 59. 75 99 72 42 39 49 77 73 108 112 56 73
New York City
SAriz. 1 3 1 1 7 7
Calif. 747 1067 814 677 134 66 387 141 231 278 495 699 880
Florida 268 9 349 901 1004 1028 1038 1405 1198 840 181 13
Tex. 7 11 2 12 -
Total 1015 1076 814 1033 1046 1073 1430 1180 1636 1477 1342 880 900


lc dC if


Ariz. 3 -
Calif. 34 37 40 28 15 6 8 27 32 49 82 54 2
lorida -
Te .. --
Total 34 37 40 28 15 6 8 27 35 49 82 54 2
-ghoma Citv.
Ari. 8 1 2 1
Calif. 41 32 29 24 3 25 24 28 31 31 45 32 33
Florida 3 1 2 1 -
TL. 7 25 24 18 22 16 17 3 -
Total 41 32 29 31 31 58 42 47 50 750_ 34 34


Lladelphia


Ariz. 1 2 1 -
Calif. 306 408 322 213 26 7 140 52 89 79 215 310 391
Florida 119 3 165. 423 372 365 423 490 452 220 21 -
, 6 1 1 1 -
Total 425 411 322 378 455 379 506 476 579 532 438 332 391


Mi


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CABOIT UIIADDS OF' SANES in 25 CITIES =--XM JULY 1944 '21i JULY 1945
BY DNTES AND BY STATES O ORIGIN (CONT'D)


States


SJULYI AUG.I SBEP.I OCT. 1SV. DEC. JAI. 1EB. MAR.I A.l MAY I JE ULY


Pittsburgh
A 2- 4 9 4 1 2 3
Calif. 114 176 122 98 23 44 142 100 157 146 185 120 166
Florida 42 75 136 135 105 134 119 145 73 2 -
Tex 4 23 .3 4 5 10 4 -
Total 158 176 123 177 182 186 260 239 286 299 259 124 .169
Portland. Ore.
Ariz. 1 2 2 1 -
Calif. 59 72 49 79 41 89 83 113 110 101 123 78 64
Florida 1 2
Te- 17 1 1 -
Total 59 72 49 79 58 105 85 115 111 103 125 79 64


SLouis


Ari 9 9 6 4 -
Calif. 99 126 99 73 13 34 116 88 105 96 146 119 112
Florida 26 52 87 128 46 72 66 72 46 1 -
La. 4 2 6 -
TexL- 9 '31 2 19 14 29 5 1 -
Total 125 126 99 134 137 192 192 189 206 173 193 124 113


Paul


Calif. 35 31 26 23 2 22 33 38 39 31 47 34 26
Florida 4 10 6 1 -
Tex. 2 3 1 2 2 2 -
Total 35 31 26 29 15 29 33 40 41 34 49 34 26


-5 4 9 7
62 53 58 75 33 24 41 53 45 110 117 111 14

62 53 8 5 33 24. 46 57 54 7 117 111 14
al 62 53 58 '15 T$ 24. 46 57 54 117 117 111 14


San Franci.
Ari--z.
Calif.
Florida

Tote
Seattle


Ala. 1 -
Ariz. 4 -
Calif. 91 93 70 80 51 100 98 130 135 106 155 101 87
Florida 4 4 -
La. 6 7 1 -
Tex. 32 10 -
Total 91 93 70 80 94 125 99 130 135 106 155 101 .87


Washinton. D. C.


Ariz. 1 1 1
Calif. 84 106 97 48 11 28 11 8 8 55 75 93
Florida 20 45 94 125 109 124 157 149 92 1
Bex. 1 9 -
Total 104 106 97 94 103 136 137 135 166 157 147 76 95


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CAeLOT V MI.ADS OF GAPE ISWT in 25 CITIES 1FTM JULY 1944 IBJ JULY 1945
BY 1OmaS AMD BY STHAES OF ORIGIN


I JULY AUG. SEPT. OCT. 10V.I EC. JAN. 1EB. MAR. A[ .M I JULY


Atlanta
Ariz. 6 -
Calif. 1 4
Florida -
Tex. ..
Total .7 4


Baltimore
Ariz.
Calif.
Florida
Tex.
Imports
Total
Boston
Ariz.
Calif.
Florida
Tex..
Total
Chicago
Ariz.
Calif.
Florida
mT--


29 4


94 8


- 11 19
1 2 1
2 14 30- 21 18 30 33 18 14
S 2 4. 3 1 3 3 11 1 -
3 16 34 24 19 33 36 29 28 20


2 55 21 41 32 52 35 46 30
9 34 36 13 16 45 14 6

4 64 55 77 45 68 80 60 37


2


2 1
4 12
2


8 13


- 1 11 7 1
4 14 15 20
5 73 37 45 88 94 127 83 30 1 -
- 29 68 93 70 64 47 30 9 -
9 102 105 138 158 158 174 114 64 23 21


11 3 1 29 26 3
53 34 25 1 2 1 47 78 76
7 5 102 2 3 6 10 6 6 -
- 90 211 228 250 257 357 261 155 21 -


Total 71 37 30 193 213 230 253 263 367 269 237 125 79
Cincinnati
z 2 1 5 14 15 2
Calif. 19 8 8 1 1 9 11 13
Florida 2 10 37 1 1 6 6 8 1 1 -
Tex., 27 58 67 62 68 79 87 28 2 -
Total 23 9 18 65 59 68 68 74 87 93 52 29 14
Cleveland.
Ariz. 9 1 1 14 19 -
Calif. 12 6 7 1 6 19 12
Florida 8 1 1 46 3 4 6 10 10 3 -
Tex. 27 65 82 82 96 102 94 45 -
Total .29 8 8 74 68 82 86 102 112 105 68 38 12

Ariz. 3 11 5
Calif. 4 1 1 2 2 8
Florida 1 -
Tex 10 15 34 31 39 43 44 31 5 -
Total 7 1 1 12 15 34 31 39 44 44 31 18 13


Dernver
Ariz
Cali
Floor
Tex.


.f. 4
'ida

Tn+oal 4


fDetroit
Ariz.
Calif.
Florida
Tex,.


Total


18
20
4

42


7


11


1 9- 5
1 1 3 23 13
S 2 2 -
- 30 50 52 67 35 56 68 51 3
1 32 EO 52 67 37 57 68 55 35 18


- 6 41 23 3
3 1 1 11 29 22
- 58 16 13 26 24 27 15 5 -
- 28 89 82 90 87 147 97 40 -
3 86 105 95 116 112 174 119 97 52 25


State


--


7-~


Total 42





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CArOT UIDAIX)S ORCABEIPUIT in 25 CI3 (TJ194 B JULY' 19Q MRU JULY 1945
BY WgS Aps BY MWS CIs o IGs (cOr3)


JIOI AMG. I IUK. jl oC. Vj I V. I n ,I. Ia. l D. IAM. .1 MO I JUI


S oryt Worth
Ariz.
Calif.
Florida

Total
Kansas City
Ariz.
Calif.
Florida
Texl.
Total
Los Angeles
Ariz.
Calif.
Florida
Tex.
totall
Mimneapolis


9 3


9 2


3
8 11


31 2


31 2


- 1 -
i 2 8

- 13 12 18 13 11 16 18 15 4 -
1 13 12 18 13 14 16 18 15 7 8


S- -8 12 1
6 4 9 25
2 20 1 1 -
- 47 56 71 76 50 79 60 58 6 -
8 67 56 72 76 50 79 61 70 27 26

S 5 33 39 51 56 40 15 11 6
1 1 8 6 4 1 2 5 -


1 1 5 33 47 57 60 41 17 16 6


Ariz. 1 3 5 2
Calif. 4 4 5 -- 1 14 19 7
Florida 22 -
Taex. 39 49 70 70 67 80 68 38 6
STotal 5 4 5 61 49 72 73 67 80 69 55 30 9
7 rleans '
Ariz. 6 4
Calif. 2 6 8 6
Florida 3 2 7 1 1 -
Tex. 12 7 14 20 21 20 22 21 2,
Total 7 6 2 19 7 14 20 21 20 23 22 16 10


rYork City


Ari 6 7 34 7
Calif. 119 48 34 1 13 47 119
Florida 35 2 9 377 360 304 405 452 482 384 288 24 -
Tex. 50 104 101 54 38 67 40 9 2 -
Imports 61 13 -
Total 160 50 104 440 465 405 459 490 549 424 317 107 126


7 -
8 10 14


15 10 14


6 2

6 2


- 19 13 18 15 19 5 12 1
3 5 9 10 10 19 20 -


- 22 18 27 25 29 24 32 1


- 1 6 11 2
S 1 1 1 7
-~ --1- 11 7
S 5 -
- 22 22 17 29 '20 28 23 19 1 -
- 27 22 17 29 2D 29 24 26 13 9


Oakland, Cal.
Ariz.
Calif.
Florida
Tex.
Total
QOkahoma City
Aria.
Calif.
Florida
Texr


Total


iladelphia


Axiz 3 14 25' 1
Calif. 15 8 1 6 19 43
Florida 36 2 1 124 87 62 .93 139 141 103 45 2 -
x. 23 64 65 43 32 56 52 8 -
ZIorts 12 -
Total 54 10 14 147 151 127 136 171 197 155 73 46 44


State


Ph


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CA0TI UNTIOADB O? -WU2 TiT in 25 CITUIS SO JtUY 1944 STlTU JUtLY 1945
By wDNTHS =AD BY S'mAES 0F ORIGMr


State JULY AUG. SEPT. OCT. NIO. DEC. JAN. EBM. MOR. BAM. IMY JWE JULY

PittsburRih
Ariz. 15 3 15 14 1
Calif. 14 3 5 1 12 18 17
Florida 5 3 48 3 15 2 11 1 -
Tx. 18 71 77 90 91 120 111 45 -
Imports 1 1 ---
Total 34 3 10 67 73 77 93 106 142 126 73 32 18
PorEla!id. Ore. -
Ariz. 8 5 16 19 21 13 23 23 10
Calif. 10 14 6 4 1 2 3 10 8 9 13
Florida 1 9 4 1 1 3 6 4 -
Tex. 5 38 22 21 39 37 15 15 10 -
Total 19 14 6 18 42 28 39 63 66 42 46 41 23
Sa, Loui 11 1
Ariz. 8 1 -. 8 11 1
Calif. 7 9 9 -1 2 13 20
Florida 14 2 44 1 -
Te- 32 78 73 90 87 148 91 87 20 -
Total 29 10 11 76 78 73 93 87 148 91 98 44 21
.. 1 -
Calif. 3 6 1
Florida 4 1 -
Tex. 7 11 17 21 14 18 17 13 32
Total 11 12 17 21 14 18 17 17 10 1

riz. 10 3 48 30 38 19 37 21 26 -
Calif. 27 18 31 6 5 13 20 32 20 35 40 5
Florida -
Tez. -o- 5- - -
--Total 37 18 31 6 3 53 43 58 51 57 56 66 5

iz. 2 1 5 17 27 21 17 21 28 9
Caif. 30 25 16 6 6 2 4 8 30 31 17
Florida 1 14 1 1 2 4 2 -
ex. 20 49 -32 26 39 31 18 7 2
Total 33 25 16 40 51 37 50 -68 58 47 60 61 26
Washington, D. C.
Ariz. 13 17 2 7 10
Calif. 2 1 17 9 7
Florida 4 5 38 22 35 31 39 40 37 14 -
Tex. 15 26 9 223 18 36 1 -
I ,orts 4 "- -
Total 19 1 9 5W 48 64 53 57 77 54 41 0






o
QAMfTWS or Z4ffinA- 0PME3GS inu 35 CITIS


M CBI 0010828 1944


m' a
q x47 1945


City OCT. I 0V. i C JAN. FEB. M. AR. I y


Atlanta -10 11 3 2 -
Baltimore 9 48 29 6 4 -
Boston -- 36 85 81 a2 3 -
Chicago .. 45 130 100 23 4 1
Cincinnati 18 55 39 18 4 -
Cleveland 27 77 53 8 .
Dallas .2 7 3 -
Denver --. # 3 6 4 5 *
Detroit 32 123 64 10 -
ort Worth 4 -
Kazsas City 12 21 18 4 -
Los Angeles -.
Minneapolis 4 0 11 2 -
Rew Orleans --- # 3 6 -
New York City 103 215 263 84 4 -
Oakland, Calif. -
Oklahoma City -- # 4 10 .3 4 -
Philadelphia -- # 46 125 106 45 17 1
Pittsbuigh -.. t 36 102 85 28 4 -
Portland, Ore.--- 9 7 6 -
St. Louis -- # 4 6 27 3 -
St. Paul 1 6 -
San Francisco -- -
Seattle 7 3 4 -
Washington, D.C. 1 8 30 15 9 -


Boston, Mass.
Chicag Ill.

Deaver, Colo.
New Orleans, La
klahoma City, (
Philadelphia, P


f --. Additional carlot unloads,
Dec. Tex. 1
Nov. eax. 2
Dec. Tex. 1
,Nov. Tex. 1
Jan. -La. 2


Okla.
a.


Nov. Tax. 1


tangerines:-
Pittsburgh, Pa.
Portland, Ore.


St. Louis, Mo.

Seattle, Wash.


Dec. Tex. 1 San Francisco, Cal.


Dec. *- Te. 2
Nov. La.
Dec. -La. 8
Jan. Tax. 1
Dec. Tex. 5
Jan. Ter. 1
Dec. Col. 1
Dec. Ariz. 1


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CALoT UNLOADS 07 MOF lb CITUIS in 85 CITIES IOM JULY 1944 M3BU JULY 1945
BY M)NYES AND BY STATES OF OGRIGI


State I JULY JJG.IS=T.I OCT.] NV.j IC.I JAu.0 M. =ua.JI M m ou E JI LYm


Ai. . .
Calif. 1 1 -
Florida 3 3 9 16 19 6 2 5 7 1 -
Tem, -a a a
Total 4 1 3 9 16 19 6 5 7 1 -
Baltinore
Calif, 4. 5 1 3
Florida 7 16 26 60 40 46 10 17 8 1
axiz - -- -

Calif. 3 8 2 1 1 3 4 2
Florida 1 1 4 3) 18 29 23 26 6 7 -
&M, a 1 3 2 1 a a
le. ___ 1 3 2 1 -. '- *
Total 4 9 2 5 24 20 30 23 27 6 10 4 3
Chicapo
Ari. 1 1 1 1
Calif. 32 18 6 6 2 3 1 3 2 15 20 30
Florida 18 44 64 67 22 6 5 5 1 -
Tea, 15 47 33 20 16 14 12 -
Total 33 18 6 39 93 101 87 39 24 19 22 22 30
Ci nZizti
Ariaa ---
Calif. 6 3 2 2 1 7 10
Florida 2 11 14 18 29 10 4 1 -
Teg, 2 15 6 8-4 -
Total 8 3 2 13 29 26 37 10 8 2 2 7 10
Clevelsni
Ariz. 4 --
Calif. 11 7 1 1 2 4 1
Florida 1 5 8 17 9 8 2 3 -
TeS..- 10 2 2 15 2 1-
. Total 16 7 6 18 19 11. 14 4 1 5 4 1
Dallas
ArIz. a -
Calif. 1 1 1 1
Florida -
Te, 4 6 8 3 4 4 -
Total- 1 4 6 8 4 5 4 1 -

a a a a 1 -a
Calif. 4 8 2 2 a i a a 3 1 4
Florida 1 -
Tex. a a a 5 32 23 8 17 9 13 2 -
Total 5 8 2 7 32 20 8 17 9 13 6 1 4
Detroit
z.2 2 1 2 2 -
Calif. 6 3 2 1 4 2 1 5 4 9
Florida 1 1 16 31 30 35 31 13 5 2 -
ex. 2 10 4 6 1 - -
Total 9 3 3 18 42 40 45 32 14 8 9 4 9






24 -

CA1LOT UNIAD S 07o MUSD 'CIgaJS in 25 CIHTJS 3CM: JULY 1944 WIHEP JtgY 1945
BY IDIIHS AED BY STATES OF ORIGIN (CONT'D)


.State JULY AUG. SP. OCT.. I V. IBC. JAN. IE. M&R. A. MAY JULY


1 3


- 4 4 a 3


1 1 1


Total 3 3 4 4 3 3 3- 3 -. 3
ESpnsans City
Calif. 8 5 2 1 1 1 2 4 1
Florida 1 4 -
Tex. 2 15 13 17 30 3 .
Total 8 5 Z 2 17 16 17 31 23 23 6 4 1
Los Angeles
Ariz. 1 -
Calif. -
Florida a a

Total -- -
otal 1 -

Calif. 4 .2 4 4 3
Florida 8 9 -1 -
Tex. 1 13 7 3 23 9 2 -
Total a 4 2 1 21 16 3 23 10 2 4 4 3


New Orleansg
.Axiz.
Calif.
Florida
Tex.


To al
New York City
Ariz.
Calif.
Florida
Tem,
Total
Qeklana, Calif .
Ariz.
Calif.
Florida
VTes


03


Phi


10 5
4 -

14 5 ,


64 89 37
13 1 -

77 90 37


1 1
4 1 3
4 a 3 5 3 1
9 4 3 8 3 2


1 -
1 1
1 -
3 1


1 -
3 5
1


0


- 3 1 -
10 15 2 3 3 3 1 4 10- 37
68 296 300 350 243 230 167. 110 11 -
2 21 -6 8 -
80 332 308 364 246 233 168 114 22 37


1- 1
- a


Total 1 1 1 -
Lah.ma City
Ariz. a a "
Calif. --
Florida . ... -
Tox, ta- 1 -
Total a a a 1 -


.ladelphia
Ariz. - --- -
Calif. 17 15 5 2 1 6 a a 1 9 1 17
Florida 15 2 32 98 125 111 81 71 41 22 2
Tex. 3 10 -3 1 4 4 -
otal 32 17 5 37 109 128 118 85 73 46 31 3 17


Fort Worth
Ariz.
Calif.
Florida
Tex,


-


I


III II


I I I


I


I I


I I


- -- I-


I


, , !, ... .. I


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


0 a






25 -

CAORT UZNWAOrS OWFsL CZITWS in'I.CITIES F1MM JTrY 1944 WO JULY 1945
BY oMUMS AND BY SAES OFr DIZGIN (COT) :


State JULY AUG. SEPI. OCT. IwV. IlEC. JAI IB. MAR. APE. MAY JUNEa JULY


Pittsburgh
Aiz.
Calif.
Florida
Toex,
ITbotal


Portland, Ore.
Ariz.
Calif.
Florida

Total

A. riz,.
Calif.
Florida.

Total


St. Paul

Florida
Tel. -2
Total 2


San Francisco
Ariz.
Calif.
Florida
Tex.


3 a w a 1
10 14 8 1 1 2 5. 1 2
4 19 31 50 35 24 11 4
- 2 30 4 2 2 -
17 14 8 22 62 52 44 27 15 5

- I a i
1 3 4 1 4 2 -
- a a -

1 3 4 1 4 4

- a .- 1 a 1
14 7 .4 4 1.. 5 5 5
3 7 14 13 14 3 3 -
.- 4 18 37 14 22 19 14
17 7 4 15 33 50 29 30 28 19


3 1 a -
- 2 1 -
S 4 8 3 2 6 2 3
3 1 4 10 4 2 6 3 3


3
2
3

8


3


2 -
4 6
- -
---


1 1


3 1 1

- 3 -
3 6 16
4 4 a

7 9 16


- -
2 1


5 a - -- 6.
- a a a a


-


Total 1 1 I I. -. 1

Imze. 1 -I 1 -
Calif. 3 2 3 1 1
Florida 1 .- a
La. 1 -
Tlix,. -




Florida 6 8 17 28 27 13 13 6 1
Total 6 1 8 17 28 27 13 13 6 1
Total 6 1 -. 8 17- 38 37.1 3 13 .6 , -


PIE~r


l I


i i I liD


l i D I I I l l l I


-----


'II


I Ill i i


l lI I i II





26 -

BUCK B S I!C 0s ORA JES i, 13 CImS .r)M JULt, 19M8 mZ ,LT 1945


BY E3IMS AD? BY gM3S& OF. qRI(Nf. ACAPI S


State


JULY ALUG. SWT.P OCTP. )rv.l DHI.r JA)Tb.I 31B.~ ILR.I AR.I MA JUNE JULYI


Calif. 1 -- -
Florida 15 4 102 66 116 76 I) 75 49 7 2 3
Total 5 2 5 30 66 116 76 D5 75 49 7 2 3


Biat. 3103a
Florida- o *

S6loida 13 12 17 22 11 4 1 10 1. -
Teax. .-- 10 6 1 1 1 *
Total 13 22 23 23 12 4 3 10 1 -
epaN Ci-ty
Florida -
Tem, -. 1 1 3 3 5 -
TotaJ 1 1 3 1 3 5 -


; Aneles
Ariz. 1
calif. 340 261 249 348 272 400 356 314 37 419 424 400 337
STotal 340 261 249 348 272 400 356 314 373 419 424 400.43

a. 5 51 77 78 57 43 15 2 -
T.ag. 1 a - 1 1 "-


Dotal - 6 51 77 78 57 43 -
ew York Cit~y
orda - -
T ot al- - -

Arz -, -
igalf ,6 S 45 47 6 14 6 l 09 78 95 75 54 39 51
Total 26 23 45 47 46 126 109 78 95 75 54 39 51


1 3 a
l 3


a a
1 1 -. a -
1 1 a a


a 1#


. . . -


ybsbujrh
Total .. -
. Louis
Calif. -
.tl -2. .
9T", -, 3 3 .1.- -. -
Total 2 2 4 1 3 1 1-


Ariz. ----
c f.1 61 82 74 83 96 153 15 115 175 113 118- 77
otal 61 82 74 83 96 153 151 115 175 113 118 77 84


Wasington, DC.
Florida -
UTT1_.I, _I P li 1


2 15
I


4 11 9 11 2 -
1 5 1 a 6 4 2 -


nkno"mwLvL V &Z 6o e -
Total 1 5 15 5 16 10 13 8 4 -


#-By truck via New York
'-By track Mixed Citrus January, Louisiana 8.


phioAwAn.


Pt

StL


--I-


I M J Y.IV .1OT1 V1 JW1 .1AM. & =1JL


t


~3Vlti~b~~~li~.


lme


Atlanta,


San Faycisco






a7 -
~Cpe.mes in 13 CIES RtLmm Am JT 1944 IU Jl3 1945 i
BY Sapl AND BYt SBTES O' OBIGIL AoPPInMage cgAlS

State: JULY asUG sP. .OCT. -OV. EC. JA.N I B. AE... AM. Ma JUI E JULS


r 1 7. 31 3 .4 15 11 6 8 1
T'e..m, .... 5 5 11 18 5 13 -
total_ 8 1 7 31 8 4 20 22 24 13 14 -


mosa ... . . .
toa. -. -. 2 -. 1 1 -


as Ci
Torda - ..
TS, .. 6 7 6 19 3

ri 43 55 136 107 103 .117 94 61 74 63
4 .42 1 2 40 75 71 92 117 122 6 34
To ta- 85 60 42 21 75 176 182 174 209 211 83 143 97
Nw Orleans
Florida 1 -
La. 1 3-1 -
9az, 1 a a 1 -
Cal 2. 1 -a 1 1 3..
'otal .- 5 . 1 - -. .-
I~ifr ark City_
Sotaal -

Ariz. ..6 --.
calit 1 1 6 10 4 6 4 8 10
bTotal 1 1 1 12 10 4 6 4 8 10

Ari1 -
Calif. 1 . 2
orida 1
ex. : -
ot Specified 2 ..



-I o .... 5 9 7 '1

Total 4 11 6,13

-ca -if 5 9 9 2 17 1
total 5 5 7 4 4 17 11 23 17 7 6 12 34
Washington, D.C.
Florida 6 7 1 4 1 3 1 -
Uknmown via Baltfmore - r 1 1 1 1 1 -
sotel 6 7. 2 4 2 4- 2






-28 -

anC 1mamCiPs 0or TAma S 13l 3 CI.TIES E ,M JULY 1944 =W. JY 31945
BY DlNeS AND BY S.TAl^ OS ORo0IiG. AFPsXBn CAI ATS


IJT LYj A.EI OmCT.1 M7. EC.| J.- TS'B Ai .I|AE.| M. JoIE J1ULY


Torida -

Total .


J'Iorida
Chicaio
Florida
Texc.


- w 4
a a -


O 12 81 3 -


70 12 1 3 .


.- -Bi


a a


*a 8


25 10 2 -


Txtal .- b 1 1- .




Los Angeles
Ariz. 1 -
galif. 44 24 19 21 0 -
.l 45 24 19 21 10 -
11 24 L ZL ,9


La-


8 12 3


Total 1 8 12 3 -
New York City-
Total- a 3
S'o ,



tl 4 1 1 -

a h2- .e
To ia .a 3 3 l a n i a
Total a a a a .- -



St. .uis


Flori . ..a 2 1 - ... . a


-Ariz .- --- -
Calift -.5- 8 3 1 2 -

washigtoan, 3C.
lorida 3 6 2. 1 '

Total 3 8 6 2 1 -


Note: Conversion figure, truck receipts, oranges and grapefruit, forida and Texas,
400 boxes per car California and Arisozn 463 baes per car; Tangerines, .lorida
800 1/2-boxes, per car.


State


- -- -- --


-


--- -- -- --


- I----


-- --


m 42


. w


a .


-


l I ''


r r r r
r r r





29 -

RaL, SlRtoHUTOn nO1I CIaTS 19C4Z5 S.A9N


ATfBAMA
Anniston
Atmore
Birmingham
Clanton
Cullman
Daleville
Decatur
Demopolis
Dothan
Eufaula
Elba
Fayette
Florence
It. Mc Clellan
Gedsden
Greenville
Headland
Huntsville
Jasper
Maxwell Field
Mobile
Mon-gomeiry
Oneonta,
Opelika
Petrey -
Selma
Sheffield
ylacauga
Talladega
Troy
Tuscaloosa
Tuskegee
Winfield .
Total

Blytbeville
Ft. Snith
Helena
Jonesboro
Little Rock
Texarkana
Total

0O10ADAO
Denver
Total
MONNECTICUT
Bridgeport
East Hartford
Hartford
New Britain
New'Haven
Norwalk
Norwich
South Norwalk
Tenrryville
Waterbury
Total

Dover
Milford
-Milton


15
18
508
3
1
2
1
6
2
4
1
11
8
27
2
1
34
2
1
71
138
1
4
1
45
5
2
2
4
17
1



8
4
55
2
21






112
116
207
9
179
1
15
7
4
-9


8
1
1


DLAWARE (Cont'd)
Wilmington
Total


FIDBITA
Jacksonville
Pensacola
Quincy
Total

Albany
Americus
Athens
f-Atlanta,
Augusta
Austell
Camilla'
Camp Gordon
Camp Tiheeler
Cedartown
Collins
Columbus
Cordele
Dalton
Dawson
Dublin
Eastaan
Ft. Benning
Ft. Mc Pherson
Franklinton
Griffin
Grovetown
Homerville
Jesup
Lawrenceville
Macon
Madison
Marietta
Llledgeville
killen
Newnan
Oakland City
Rome
Rossville
Statesboro
Summerville
Swainsboro
Thomasville
Tifton
Valdosta
Vidalia
Wadley
Warrenton
West Point
Total

Blocminton
Cairo
Carbondale
Chnamaign


1


8
24
-3h

32
1
4
632
36
1
1
2
1
2
130
1
9
1
8
3
,21
90
4
3
15
1
2
1
36
1
1
4
1
2
8
12
8
1
2
2
2
2
4


2


2
2
2
6


DIST OF m07p0L IA
Washington 877
Total 877


ILLU& IS (Cont'd)
Chicago
Cunberland
Danville
Decatur
Dixon
Eldorado
Elgin
Freeport
Galesburg
Great Lakes
Macomb
Ottawa
Peoria
Quincy
Rockford
Rock Island
Springfield
totall

INDIANA
Anderson
Berne
Bloomington
Edinburg
Evansville
Ft. Wayne
Gary
Greensburg
Hamnond
Indianapolis
Jeffersonville
Kokomo
La Fayette
Lawrenceburg
Mishawaka
Muncie
New Albany
Richmond
Seymour
South Bend
Terre Haute
Vincennes
Wabash
Total
IOWA
Berlin on
Cedar aids
Davenport
Des Moines
Dubuque
Iowa City
Muscatine
Sioux City
Waterloo
Total

Hutchinson
Kansas City
Salina
Topeka
Wichita
Total


1,724
1
15
9
1
1
S1
6
6
9
3
1
58
3
7
5



2
1
7
6
114
60
18
3
2
264
59
1
11
1
1
3
18
2
9
1
27

1

1
1
10
33
2
1
1
5



2
1
4

0T







AZtIL DISUSTOi =R='I= -D CI9f4S 194.45 S)aNO


mKErJCKY
Ashland
Bowling Green
C apbellsville
Coroin
Covington
Danville
Edgoten
Ft. Knox
Frankfort
Harlan
Hazard
Henderson
Jackson
Lebanon
Lebanon Jet.
Lexington
Louisville
Ludlow
Maysville
Murray
Owensboro
Paducah
Paintsville
ichbmond
Somerset
Walton
Uilliamstown
Winchester
Total
I)UISI AW
Alexandria
Baton Rouge
Bogalusa
Camp Livingston
Harahan
Lafayette
Monroe
New Orleans .
Shreveport
Total

Bangor
Caribou
Deering Jet
Ellsworth
Foxcroft
Lewiston
Portland
Total

Aberdeen
Bainbridge
Baltimore
Colora
Cunberland
Ft. Meade
Frederick
Frostburg
Hagerstouwn
Pocomole City
Salisbury
Total


2
31
8
1
1
3
8
3
18
7
8


117
358
17
3
1
21
44
2
2
1
3
656


4
9
1
1
5


3
-339

14
3
16
1
1
16





7
2
1,487
9
1
7
1
1
31
12

T73


Ayer
Boston
Cambridge
Charlestown
East Cambridge
Falmouth
Fitchburg
Ft. Devons
Hyannis
Onset
Pittsfield
Somerville
South Hanson
Springfield
Sorcester
Total
MICHIGAN
Battle Creek,
Detroit
Flint
Grand Rapids
Houghton
Ishpeming
Jackson
Kalemazoo
Lansing
Muskegon
Saginaw
Total
MINNSOTA
Bemidji
Duluth
Mankato
Minneapolis
St. Cloud
St. Paul
Total

Belzoni
Biloxi
Brookhaven
Brooksville
Camp Shelby
Canton
Centreville
Clarksdale
Colunbia
Columbus
Corinth
Drew
Durant
Greenville
Greenwood
Grenada
Gulfport
Hattiesburg
Indianola
Jackson
Laurel
Louisville
Macon
Meridian


2
1,727
2
1
1
2
3
7
1
3
2
441
15
237



2
892
65
208
1
6
4
15
1
a



1
6
1
65
1
7
14


13
12
1
15
3
1
2
1
9
4
5
1
36
15
8
5
27
1
97
41

1
47


MISSISSIEPI (Cont'd)
Moorhead 4
Natchez 14
New Albany 1
Newton 1
Philadelphia 7
toan. 1
g 1
Bipley 1
Shenman 1
Tchula 3
Tupelo 50
Vicksburg 4
West Point 16
Winona 1
Yazoo City
Total

ape Girardeas 3
Hannibal 1
Kansas City 63
Newburg 1
St. Joseph 1
St. Louis 424
Springfield -2.
Total 495


Omanha
Total

Keene 4
Manchester 5
Nashua
Total

Asbuxy Park 6
Atlantic City 1
Bayonne 40
Bordentown 3
Bradley Beach 1
Camaien Yards 1
Dundee 3
Ft. Dix 1
Hawthorne 9
Hoboken 1
Jersey City 331
Lawrenceville 1
Morristown 9
Newark 293
North Hawthorne 136
Orange 21
Passai 1
Paterson 8
Robbinsville 7
Rutherford 52
Stelton 4
Trenton 10
Waterford 1
Waverly 404
Weehawken 9
Woodbury -
Total





31 -
BAIL DIsEa DUNx 7IIfm cImis 1944.45 asmAsN


ORUM (CONMMs)


any 848
Bronx 3
Brooklyn 80
Buffalo 402
Bushwick -
Camp Shanks A1
Cortland 4
Emira 42
Floral Park 4
Geneva 11
Glens falls 4
Harlem River 424
Ithaca 1
Jamestown 12
Kendaia 13
Kingston 7
Lake Charm 1
Liberty 6
Lockport 3
Long Island City 1
Mamaroneck 1
Maspeth 669
Menands 34
Middletown 11
Mt. Vernon 33
Newburgh 8
New York City 6,871
Niagara Talls 3
Norwich 12
Oleon 9
Orangeburg 6
Plattsburg 5
Poufbkeepsie 3
,lbcdester 182
Sampson 1
Saratoga Springs 3
Schenectcady 63
Syracuse 172
Utica 39
-Waterford 17
Watertown
Total 47

Aberdeen 1
Aboskio 5
Ashovillo 86
Bryson City 3
Burlingon 22
Camp Lejeune 4
Charlota 218
Cherry Point
Chcrryville 3
Durham' 68
Elizabeth City 6
Elkin 1
Infield 13
7ayottoville 11
Forest City 1
Port Bragg 14
Gastonia aS
Goldsboro 72
Gwoonsboro 106


m ffrr t -TV (conv'a)
reenville 15
amlot 2
Henderson 2
Hickory 16
Hig Point 7
Hoffimn a3
Jacksonville 7
Kings Mt. 1
Kinston 21
Laurinburg 1
Leaksville 1
Lexington 1
Madison 1
Monroe 1
Morganton 1
Mt. Airy 22
Now Born. 5
New River 7
North Wilkesboro 1
Raleigh 170
Boanoke Ipids 1
Rockinglam 17
Rocky Mount 34
uthorfordton 1
Salisbury 6
Sanford 19
Shelby 6
South Durham 49
Statesville 1
Thomasville 4
Waynesville 1
Weldon 22
Whiteville 1
Wilkesboro 1
Wilkin 2
Wilmington 35
Wilson 7
Windsor 9
Winston Salem
Total ,Z


Ibtal 2


Mron
Athons
Barnesville
Bollefontaine
Blanchester
Canton
#Cincinnati
Cleveland
Clinton
Columbus
Dayton
1o storia
Franont
Ironton
Lime
Lorain
Mansfield
Marietta
Marion


26
3
6
20
1
13
1,177
642
1
242
56
1
2
4
1
13
3
2
2


=HI (cont'd)
Massillon
Osborn
Portsmouth
Sandusay
South nAron
Springfield
Toledo
Urbana
Warren
Xenia
Youngstown
Zanesville
Total


or Gibson 1
Oklabhom City __
Total 7

Portlam2
Total -


Allentown
Altoona
Ambler
Bethlehem
Bradford
Brookville
Butler
Chambersburg
Charleroi
Cresson
Coatesville
Conshhohocen
Denver
Engleside
Erie
Germantown
Harrisburg
Hazel ton
Houtzdale
Huntingdon
Ipdiana
Indiantown Ge~
Jeoekindtwn
Johnstown
Kane
Lancaster
Lebanon
Lehighton
Lititz
Milton
New Castle
Norristown
Nortunberland&
Philadelphia
Pittsburgh
Pottsville
Providence
Reading
Scottdale
Scranton
Sharon


2
1
30
1
1
14
177
1.
2
26
101
2W57


17
90
15
16
1
1
2
a
1
9
2
2
6
4
3
2
35
26
2
4
a

14
3
4

16

4
3
3
3.660
826
7
1
49
2
9












UENSSLWIIA ,(Cont'd)
Sanbury
tyrone
Uniontown
West Brownsville
Wilkes Barre
*- illiomsburg
Williamsport
York
Youngstown Jot.
Total

vT.iCsville
Newport
Olneyville
Pawtucket
,Providerie.
'Qonsot Point
Total

onderson
Andrews
Bennettsville.
Belton
Bishopille
Camp Croft
-Charleston
Chestor
Columbia
.florenco
:Fort Jackson
.:Goorgotown
Groonville
Greenwood
Groor
Honea Pass
Lako City
Lancoster
Lairons
Orangoburg
PBock Hill
Seneca
eatanburg
Steer
3he Fasns
Total

.Soux calls
Total

er
Bradford.
Bristol
Brownsville
"Calhoun
Chattanoooga
Clarksville
Colunbia
Cookeville
Crossville
tyersburg


4
.1
13
90
1
18
'5




3
48
39
317



34
1



641
86
204
27
5
3
168
22
1
2
1
.1
6
24
a
1
33.
6
AS


j AS=Sl'l (Cont~d).
Fayetterollo 1
Gallatin 2
Greenville 2
Humboldt 2
Jackson 30
Jellico 1
Johnson City 7
Kingsport 9
Knoxville 158
La Follette 1
'Lebanon 5
Lewisburg 1
Me Kenzie 5
Mo Minnville 1
Madisonville 1
Martin 2
Maryville 1
MemPhis 349
Millinton 4
Morristown 66
Marfreosboro 11
Nashville 398
Newport 4
Pulaski 2
Riplay 1
Tronton
Tullahoaa 2
Union Cily


" illo 1
Dallas 7
Tort Forth 1
Houston 5
Tyler
btal 315

IB ows Falls 1
Burlinton 15
Rultlan5 1
St.Johnsbury 2
White River .Jot.
Total at

Alexandri 11
Blackstone 2
Bristol 3
Coap Lee 8
COam Pickett 1
Charlottesville 16
Clarksville 2
Covington 1
Danille 18
Diamoni Springs 10
Fort Belvoir 2
Fort Eustis 2
Fort Story 2
Hampton RBoads 1
Barrisonburg 2
Lee Hall 8
Lynhbiurg 54
Marion 1


84
1
1
21
1
1
3
.5


VIRII (Cont,'d)
Martnsville
Newport News
Norfolk
Penniman
Sortsouth
Potoac Yard.
Pulaski
Roanoke
Staunton
Williamsburg
Total


Seattle
Spokane
Total


16
87

87
6



4
__a i
I


Bluefield AA
Charleston 74
Tairmont 9
Huntington 136
M c9ott 18
Morgantown 3
Mouidsville 8
Mullens 7
Parkersburg 1
Princeton 10
Roncererte 1
Wheeli 19
Whtoe taolpu Springsb _
Total


.ond du Lac
Green Bay
La Crosse
Madison
Manitowoc
Milwaukee
Eacine
Rhinelander
Stevens Point
Wausean
Total





Edmonton
Lethbridge
Total

Nelson
Vancouver
Total


10
1
1
9
1
a
178
3







3
.3



1
,1^MI


3~BoBI77,-777M 71Od~~~ eIr V





33 -

S1Iq


C Conta)
Charlottesto ..
Total 1


(,Q Cont'd)






Moncton
,."Johns
tal
M VIA SOQTI.A
onherst
Halifax
CNew Glasgow
~deJBto


2
1


-4
1
3
6
--a

3
32
1


Belweille a
Brantford 4
Chatham 1
Haehilton 10
Kingston 4
Kit.heoer 6
Leenington 1
Lonion 12
1Niaara a Fells 1
Norfh Bay 8
Orillia 1
Ottawa 32
Peterboro 1
St. Catherines 1
Sault Ste. Marie 1
Sitncoe 2
Stratford. 2
Sucdbxa 3
TDoronto 325
WindAsor -_W
Total


2
1
3
273
1
3


1
1
4
2-
--fi


Da ville
La Chute
Mont Joll
Montreal
Noranda
Qaebeo
t. Johns
Shorbrooke
Total

Moose Jaw
Prince Albert
Regina
Sakatoon
Yorkton
Total


'OTAL MR CA1NDA 820








CGRAD TOTAL ORANGES 1944-45 SEASON 39,041 oars.


# Diversion Points.





34 -
PAMI DAStnmoQHIOos BL=.CIoUS 1944SB 6BMg


#Bimingham
faniton
Clanton
Dothan
Florence
SFt Me Clellan
Gadsden
Mobile
Montgomery
Selma
Tuscaloosa
Total


Total


East artford
.Hartford
New Haven
Norwich
Waterbury
Total


1
56
1
.1
I
1
1
1
3

-4


17
8
34
PD
3


Washngton 2
Total -261


Panama City
Pensacola
Total


-4


G]DRGIA
Albany 2
Atlanta 150
Augusta 3
Cami Warner Bobbins 1
Columbus 6
Ft. Mo Pherson 14
G~ovetown 3
Macon 1
Walthourville
Total 18

Cairo 1
Chanpaign 2
Chicago 126
Danville 1
Decatur 2
Great Lakes 2
Peoria 2
Bock Island 1
Scott Field 1
pringfield 1
ible Grove
Total


EV=svi le 7


I3 A (Cont'd)
Ft. Wayne
Gary
Indianapolis
Jeffersonville
La Fayette
Lognsport
New Albo
South Band
Total
IWAO
aveoort
Des wines
.Ft. Dodge
Sioux City
Waterloo
Total

Eamlton
Pittsburg
Salina
Topeka
Wichita
Total

Egon -
Ft. Knox
Harlan
Lexington
Louisville
Ludlow
Paducoh
Total

Monroe
New Orleans
Shbrovort
01tal

Bangor
Deoring Jet
Portland
Total
AffifLAND
Aberdeen
Baltimore
Colora
Ft. Moade
Hagerstown
Total

Boston
Brockton
Pittsfield
Somerville
Springfield
Worcester
Total


8
3
21
7
1


1


8
1



1
4





1
8
1





3



1

3
4
1


-4

1


1
18
1




331
7
4



443
1
1
89
53
-5S


Detroit 160
Flint 8
Grand Rapids 23
Ishpaning 3
Kalamazoo a
Muskegono


u 3
Hibbing 2
Malkato 1
Minneapolis 21
St. Cloud .'
St. Paul 3
Thief River J'all
Total 33


C n reville
Jackson
Meridian
Total

'. Leonard ood
Kansas City
St. Louis
Total


Total

-SGewl Island,
Lincoln
Omaha
Total
N V JERwSE
Bayonne
Candaen
Hawthorne
Jersey City
Morristown
Newark
North Hawthorne
Paterson
Rutherford
Stelton
Waverly
Weeharken
Total


Binghanton
Brookyn
Buffalo
Floral Park
Glens Falls
Harlan River
Jamestown


3
3

-4

1
14


1

-4

23
1
2
139
1
32
1

53



2
1



73
2

1
111
1





- 35 -


1RIL DISIBOUTION LtXrRIDA CIUS 1944-45 SiSASN


mty-a YDg (Cont'd)
Kendaia
Kingston
Long Island City
Maspeth
Menands
Middletown
New York City
Niagara Falls
Norwich
Olean
Poughkeepsie
Rochester
Schenectady
syracuse
Utica
Watertown
Total

Asheville
Charlotte
Cherry Point
Durham
Ft. Bragg
Gastonia
Goldsboro
reensboro
4a&lot
Hickory
Hoffouan
Jaclsonville
New River
Raleigh
Rocky Mt.
South Durhan
Wilkin
Winston Salem
Total

rand Forks
Total

Vcron
Bellofontaine
Canton
#Cincinnati
Cleveland.
Coluribus
Dayton
Lorain
Marietta
Springfield
Tolodo
Xenia
Youngstown
Total


Okhlhoom City
Total


2
1
1
99
19
1
2,732
1
3
1
2
23
7
20

2

12
46
2
10
1
3
8
21
2
1
1
1
1
33
1


83


Marshfield
Portland
Salem
Total
PINSYVANIIA
Altoona
Anbler
Bethlehem
Bradford
Chester
Harrisburg
Hazelton
Johnstown
Me Keesport
Philadelphia
Pittsburgh
Reading
Soranton
Sunbury
Uniontown
Wilkes Barre
Total

)avisville
Olneyville
Pawtucket
Providence
Total

Gar Croft
Iarleston
Chester
Columbia
#Florence
Ft. Jackson
Greenville
Port Royel
Spartanburg
Walterboro
Total
SOUTE DA=AB
Aberdeen
Sioux Falls
Total


Jackson
Johnson City
Knoxville
Mehaphis
Millington
Morristown
Nashville
Trenton
Total

t. Worth
Gainesville
Total


1
1
82
112
11
2
1
1
1
11
1-



-4
1


1
19



8
3
a
1
a
4
2
6
1
931
87
5
36
2
1






Ai


7
1
13
1
5
25
1
1

-4



6
1
1
1
8
22
-4



--I


Salt Lake City
Total



VIRGIIA
Alexandria
Bellbluff
Blackstone
Bristol
Camp Lee
Charlottesville
Diamond Springs
Ft. Story
Hopewell
Lynchburg
Matinsville
Newport News
Norfolk
Portsmouth
Potcafac Yard
Pulaski
Roanoke
Williamsburg
Total

Cantralia
Everett
Seattle
Spokane
Tcama
Walla Walla
Total

Bluefield
Charleston
Clarksburg
Huntington
Princeton
Wheeling~






Rlhinelander
Total
oaNdu Lac
Green Bay
Madison
Milwaukee
Oshkosh
Rhinelaader






EdmDnton
Lethbridge
Total


1
1
2
1




1
7
2
5



88
4
2
2
1



1
3
88
4
1
1




1
1
1






4
3
10
1


-A

7
2
4
3
16







3





- 36 -


RBQL UmiS qqt ra=MAk cCImus 1944-45 sAgs)

rAPlarUIT CQuTzuMZ)


S (Cont',.)
Vancouver






Total


Total
S otel


(Cont'd)
f ton
Kitchenor
London
Niagar Falls
Nor B=a3 8w
Ottawa
St. Catherines
Toronto
Windsor
Total


-A


TOTAL IOR CADAM 886


GRAlMD TOTAL CGAPIEFIT 1944.45 SEASON -


7,857 cars.


# Diversion Points


2
4
1
1

121
-tE4


(Cont ,'d )

Queboc
oherbrooke
Peasley



Sa on
Total


91
4



-4
.....,















Mobile
intgomary
Tuscaloo sm
Total

?ower
Total:


ort
N.e Haven
Blorwich
WaterbuVy
'^ 'Total


a
40
1
1







6
44
13
1


Total


1kan
Ipt. Benniiag


Total


Chicago
Decatw?
OmkI sand

Toall

Aw~sville
Pt. Wayne

Logan ort
Tinari
South Bend.
2s MeHate
Total

if= VL n to
Cedr id
Davenport
Des Uoines
Dibuque,


6
3
1





273
1



1
3
1






44
1

23



6
8






1
1
1


MUW (Cont' d)
7t. Dodge
Sioux Citp



Mnheattan
Pittsburg
Salina
Topoka
Wichita
Total

Bwl ing Green
1gotan
Lexington
Louisville
Newport
Abtol

Total

Total

ToMrtland
Total


Hagerstown


Boston
Somerville
Sprinafield


Detroit
Flint
Grand Rapids
Ishpeming
Kalcaazoo
Saginaw
Total


Minneapolis
St. Cloud
St. Paul
Total

Meridian
Total


Kansas City
Monott


4
1
2




1
14
19
37
_ .
37


116



158
27
--A*

186
-17
26
3




2
34
1



-4

1
44
1


MISSOUR (Cont'd)' ,_
St. Louis ,
Springfield _-t
total

rand Island: 1
Lincoln 4
O ma h a T o t a
Total







.15
Brooktyn 1
Buffalo 74:
Coona
North eawthorne .1







Floral Park 1
Harlan River 3
Jaemstown 3
Maspeth 8
New York City 605
Niagara Palls 1
ItocEester 25
Sohenectady 5
Tm racue 19
Watertown
total 51

Ashevile 5
Charlotte 9
Duhrham 6
Ft. Bragg 3
Gastonia 3
Goldsboro 8
Greensboro 5
Henderson .i
Hikory1
Raleigb 8
Rockingham .1
Roc1ky d.
South Durham 1

Total a
Winston Islan



Total

Akron 1
Baenesville 1
Bellfontaine 1
Canton. 6
iCinoiamati 199


L -7 ",-11-7,; 7777,277 7gns~rrl~


- 37 -






, 38 -


Pfff (Cont'da)
Clevelad.
Columbus
Dayton
Lorain
Portsmouth
Tobledo
Warren
Xenia
Youngstown
Zanesville
Total

oe Citsy
ualsa
Total

lor and
Total

oona
Bethiehem
SCharleroi
Creason
Harrisburg
Hazolton
Houtzdalo
Johnstown
Philadolphia
Pittsburgh
.Beading
Scranton
aSiaron
ni ii6ntown
Wilkes Barre
Williamsport
ToIbtal







oreenville
** Greenwood.
Providence
Total

Anderson
Chester
Columbia
Greenville


Total


133.
36
.2
1
3
40
1
4
23



14
--A


Sattanooga
Greenville
Jackson
Johnson City
Knoxville
Meamhis
Morristown
Nashville
Total

ZAmn~rllo
Dallas
El Paso
Ft. Worth
Lubbock
Total

,qat Lake City
Total-


19
1
1
1
5
3
1
3
405
.17
3

4
18
1


1
1
8
1
4
1

...,.,1


Charlottesville
Harrisonburg
Lymchburg
poe rt News
Norolk
Portsmouth
*otomao Yard.
Roamoke
Total


Seattle
Spokawe
;iaccama
Total .


Charloston
_.Clarksburg
Huntington
Mabscott
I, Moed.sville
Parkersburg
Wheeling


Apleton
u Claire
Green Bay
Madisoan


33
1
1

33
8



4
9

.
19


1
1
1
4
2
13
3
4-



1


-31
10'
8



4
2


4
1
9
1




4
1
8
5


Stevens Point
Total



Edzanton
,Lethbrida
Mac'icine-Hat
Red Doer
Total
ERITISE COLUMBI
Cranbrook
Nelson
Penticton
Vancouver
Victoria







Millville
Total







Lo=lon
Y te erboro
Port Arthur
Windsor
Total

Anrear
Total

Battleford
Estevan
Uumboldt
Moose Jaw
North Battleford.
Prince Albert
Regina
SSaskatoon
S wrift Current
Yorkton
Total
Total


TOTAL FO CAUADL 265


GRAD TOTAL TA1KERINES 1944-45 SEASON -


35











3
1




7
.1


1
1


1






*1
1
5
8

4
-t6


'T)Xg~m~Ee~P~6aS. FLafWZRI .OIS~D~IS..r.l
"' "

'I~BM3BIRJ~tICB CCDEt~mCNOH311


4,165 cars.





39 -
1RAL mIRtBJZOL rlEgRA? CHI'iS 1944-45 SEASON


A eortville
)anniston
fixmingham
Camp 1lucker
GasP Siberb
Clanton
Cullman
.Daleville
Decatur
Pothan
uShfaula
Florence
Ft. Mc Clellan
Gadsden
Huntsville
SMaxwell Field
Mobile
:Montgamery
Soanoke
Selma
: .Sheffield
Sibert
Sylacauga
Talladega
Tuscaloosa
Total

Helena
Hot Springs
Little Rock
Total


Pueblo
Total

'ridgeport
artford
New Britain
New Haven
Norwich
STerryville
Waterbury
.Wallingford
Total


Wilinington
Total


1
20
219
1
5
9
1
8
4
4
2


4
41
59
1
17
2
1
2
2
-477

7
1
9

1



27
47
1
36
3
2
8



2T
o


DIM ?OF COLIAA
Washington 12
Total 5

EGordn Johnson 1
Chtahoochee 2
Pensacola 29
Sneads 2
Iallahassee
Total -4


Albany
Anericus
Athens
Atlanta
Augusta
Barnesville
Brunswick
Camilla
Caop Gordon
Camp Wheeler
Columbus
Cordele
Covington
Dalton
Dublin
Easiean
#Everett
Fitzgerald
Ft. Benning
Ft. Mc Pherson
Ft. Oglethorpe
Franklinton
Gainesville
Griffin
Grovetown
Hawkinsville
Macbn
Milledgeville
Moultrie
Newnan
Oakland
Pearson
Rorme
Rossville
Statesboro
Swainsboro
Sylvania
oImasville
Trion
Vidalia
Wadley
Walthourville
Warner Robbins
Waycross
West Point
Total
ILLIMDIS
Cairo
Carbondale
Champaign
Chicago
Danville
Decatur
Eldorado
Freeport
Great Lakes
Harrisburg
Kewonee
Ottawa
Peoria
Pittsfield
Quincy
Robinson
Rockford


15
5
4
126
28
1
1
2
1
1
50
3
1
1
5
a
1
1
19
26
2
19
1
4
17
1
35
4
1
1
1
1
20
7
1
2
1
80
1
2
1
3
9
2
--99

4
12
1
246
2
5
1
2
1
1
1
1
9
1
2
1
3


UILIMIS (Cont'da)
Springfield
Table Grove
Waule can
total

tlooiington
Ediinburg
Evansville
Ft. Wayne
Gary
Green Castle
Indianapolis
Jeffersonville
KeIcmo
La Fayette
Logansport
Muncie
New Albany
Richmond
Seymour
South Band
Terre Haute
Vincennes
Wabash
Warren
bTotal

Burlington
Clinton
Davenport
Des Moines
Sioux City
Total

Ft. Leavenworth
Hutchinson
Kansas City
Manhattan
Topeka
Wichita
Total

Ashland
Bowling Green
Cenpbellsville
Central City
Corbin
Danville
Ft. Knox
Frankfort
Harlan
Hazard
Henderson
Lexington
Lothair
Louisville
Ludlow
Lynch
)di sonville
Mayfieldl
Maysville


1




4
5
30
23
2
1
34
6
2
3
4

3
4
8
8
1




2
1



9


1
3
2
1
1




2
2
1
1






7
3
7
1
13
7
9
26
1
57
3
1
1
7
1


1


rr





40 -
UAZADIS:m UERTMION XIDtmLCAIS 1944a6SIIAS


MIzzD CIgUS (o (aCI D)


CY (Cont'd)
Middlesboro
Morehead
Murray
Owensboro
Paducah
Paintsville
Paris
Russell
Walton
Whitesburg
Total

AxMias
Harahan
Lafayette
Monroe
New Orleans
Shreve ort
3tal

Banigor
Deering Jet
Lewiston
Portland
Total

e Zeen
Baltimore
Oumberlemda
Ft, Meade
Frederick
Frostburg
Hagerstown
Pocomoke City
Total

Ayer
Boston
Brockton
Cambridge
Falmouth
Fitchburg
Ft. Devons
Pittsfield
Somerville
? ringfield
orcester
Total

City
Detroit
Flint
Grand Eapids
Ishpeming
Jackson
Kalamazoo
Lansing
Mlskegon
Owosso


3
1
2
6
15
4
1
1
1



2
1
2
2
32
--

8
3
1
*---

3
321
1
8
1
1




5
364
2
1
1
5
5
7
19
45



1
153
27
27
1
3
5
9
3
1
1


MICE;=AE (Cont'd)
Saginawr
Total


Grand Rapids
Mankato
Minneapolis
Moorhead
St. Cloud
.St. Paul
Total

Biloxi
Cagm Shelby
Centreville
Columbus
Drew ,
Darant
Flora
Groenville
Greenwood
Grenada
Gulfport
Hattiesburg
Jackson
Kosciusko
Laurel
Leaksville
Meridian
New Albaar
Philadelphia
Ragin
T Ipelo
West Point
obtal

Camp Crowder
Joplin
Kansas City
St. Louis
Springfield
9otaJl
NEBBASKA
Carey
Grand Island
Lincoln
Omaha
Total

Keene
Manchester
Total

AsburyPark *
Atlantic City
Bayonne
Elizabeth
Ft. Dix
Hawthorne


4
1
1



1




5
13
3
1
5
1


1
1
2
3


4
3
1

1
2
1
14



-p1

1





1
6



14
85













1
1
8
1


=l=rJRSLy (Cont'd)
Jersey City 26
Morristorwn
Newark 58
North Hawthorne 4
Paterson 22
Phillipsburg 3
Rutherford 16
Stolton 1
Trenton 7
Waverly _.1
Total 7

BAb 43
1
B h 5
Brooklyn 1
Buffalo 133
Cananoharie 1
Cortlaad 2
Elmira 13
Floral Park 10
Geneva 1
Harlan River 10
Hornell 1
Jamaica 1
Jamestown 9
Johnson City 1
Kingston 1
Liberty 5
Lockport 1
Long Island City 1
Maspoth 8
Menands 6
Middletown 2
Morristown 1
Mt. Vernon. 3
Newburgh 2
New IRohelle 1
New York City 2,079
Niagara Falls 2
SNorwich 17
Olean 6
Peekskill 1
Plattsburg 1
Pougkeepsie 2
Bocoester 52
Saranac Lake 3
Saratoga Springs 1
Schenectady 8
%rracuse 70
Waterford 2
Watertown
Total
S0E CAITOLINA
Aberdeen 1
Ahoskie 3
Albanarlo 1
Asheville 67
Burlington 21
Camp Leojune 1
Camp M Coll 1
Charlotte 53






-41 -
=zI DIStIBUTOxw TIOBIDA. CIrUS .- 1944-45 SSwAON


MIXED CII JS (CoXTINEED)


(Cont'ad)
Cherry on 8
Cherryville 4
Durharm 20
Elizabeth City 14
Elkin 1
Enfield 5
7ayetteville 30
Ft. Bragg 15
Gastonia. 31
Goldsboro 27
Greensboro 39
Greenville 15
Henderson 1
Hickoory 12
High Point 13
HoffmanE 6
Jacksonville 1
Kinston 12
Laurinburg 1
SMc Nair 3
Marion 1
M~rston 1
Monroe 1
Mooresville 1
:Mt. Airy 21
Mt. Olive 1
SMrphy 3
SNow Bern 2
Baleigh 53
Rockingham 21
*Rocky lt. 27
Salisbury 13
Sanford 18
Solma 3
Shelby 10
South Durham 5
S. Sindale 1
Statesville 2
la-bor City 3
Thomasville 3
Walnut Cove 1
Woldon 13
Whiteville 1
Wilkin 8
Wilmington 27
Wilson 5
Windsor 2
Winston Salem _
Total

Minot


Akron 18
Bellefontaine 10
Canton 8
#Cincinnati 217
Cleveland 76
Columbus 46
Defton 24
Gallipolis 4
Hamilton 1
Ironton 1


QOHI (Cont'd)
Lima
Lorain
:Mansfield
Marietta
Massillon
Portsmouth
Springfield
Toledo
Warren
Xenia
Youngstown
Zanesville
Total

Torlanl
TJotal


2
1
4
3
2
8
1
42
7
5
8
3
4grET


SMT=LVAIA
* Allentown
Altoona
Ambler
Bedford
Bethlehem
Bradford
Brookville
Carbondale
Chanbersburg
Charleroi
Chester
Cormellsville
Cresson
Coatesville
Denver
Du Bois
Erie
Hamilton
Harrisburg
Hazelton
Houtzdale
Huntingdon
Indiana
Indiantown Gap
Johnstown
Kane
Lancaster
Lebanon
Lehighton
New Castle
Norristown
Philadelphia
Pittsbur-h
Pottsville
Pottstown
Reading
Scottdale
Scranton
Sharon
Somerset
Sunbury
Uniontown
Washington
Wilas Barre
Williamsport


P S=TtAIlA (Contd)
York 1A
Total 1,172


m==E I=
Davisvillo
Newport
Olneyville
Pawtuckot
Providence
Quonset Point
Total
SU0E CAROLINA
Andorson
Bernettsville
Camp Croft
Charleston
Chester
Clinton
Columbia
Floorence
Ft. Jackson
Georgetown
Greonville
Greenwood
Hartsville
Laurens
Mull ins
0r eburg

Spartan g
Sumter
Walterboro
Warrons
Wilkes
Total

Sioux Falls
Total

Bradford
Bristol
Chattanooga
Clarksvillo
Columbia
Dyer
yersburg
Etowah
Fayetteville
Greenvillo
Harriman
Huntingdon
Jackson
Johnson City
Kingsport
Knoxville
La Follotte
Lebanon
Lenoir City
Me Kenzie
Memphis
Millington
Morristown


7
7
10
'1
71





20
93
14
1
158
35
14
1
82
16
1
9
1
24
4
29
1
2
1
-S24





42
AIL DIStriBUTION LOIDA CITRUS 1944.45 SMON


Newport
Bogersville
Tullahoma
Union City
n Total

"t. Worth
Killeen
Total


hite oiver
Total


143
1






-4
3



12
Jct. --


acot-ink
AlexaEdria,
.eAppalachia
Bellbluff
Blackstone
Bristol
Burkoville
Camp Lee
Camp Peary
Charlottesville
Covington
Danville
Diamond Springs
Ft. Belvoir
Harrisonburg
Lee Hall
lynctburg
rtinsville ,
Newport News
Norfolk
Norton
Orange
Phoebus
Portsmouth
lPotamacn Yard


M=XED CITRUS ( =NTUI m )

/IRGINIA (Coi4ld)
Pulaski 13
Poenoke 73
Staunton
Total


Spohae
Total 3


Berkeley Springs 1
Bluefiela 29
Charleston 8s
Clarksburg 27
Fairmont 8
Huntinfton 40
KimbaiT
Logan
Mabscott 17
Morgantown 3
Moundsville 1
Mt. Carbon 1
Mullens 6
Nauatuck 1
Parkersbtug 1
Princeton 17
Ronceverte 2
wOheeling


Apleton 2
Claire 1
Green Boa 1
Kenosha 1
Madison 7
Milwaukee 25
Racine 1
Wausau. .,
ITotal


Le ridge
Total











eleville
Branford


Total



Moilton
L Tota
Halifax
Total

eNiara aille
Brantford
Chatham
Pt. Williamn
Hamnilton
inston
Kitchener
Lonion
Niagara Falls
North Bay
Ottawa
Renton
Senaca
Simcoe
Toronto
Windsor
Total

Mntreal
Quebec
St. Johns
Sherbrooke
Total


OITAL MOR CANADA 180


GRAND TOTAL MIXED CITSUS 1944-45 SEASON 10,451


# Diversion Points


1



-I


1


5
1
1
2
5
3
1
8
1
20
1
1
2
61
111

55


59





43-


BY SAES PAST I ? SAsNS


..State 19444_50l 1943-44o0 942..4Moo 1941-43 194041 1939-40 1938-39
I Rail On3y Sail Only BailOnly Bail-aoat [ail-Boat ail-Boat BailBoat
Car cars Anr Cars Cars Cars Casm
SMabama 946 1,098 969 708 593 553 627
Arkansas 91 150 69 2 28 4
Colorado 3 9 59 1 -
Connecticut 671 755 620 838 894 859 1,25
Delawae 22 41 35 15 31 2 9
Dist. of Columbia .877 1,034 800 399 41 391 259
Florida 33# 30# 10O# 4t 24f 1$
Georgia 1,1688 1,220 918 444 305 380* 479*
Idaho 1 -
Iltinois 1,890 2,717 2,382 1,760 2,090 3,113 3,149
Tn6rana 627 959 706 473 401 437 711
Ioe. 54 101 173 23 75 105 120
aRasas 16 31 48 1 2 15 5
Kebst y 656 850 687 723 708 623 750
Lotisiana 339 851 622 421 535 480 781
Maine 120 151 98 68 98 63 94
Ma5land 1,559 2,210 1,616 1,609 1,134 1,110 1,470
Maikacmhsetts 2,465 3,298 3,973 3,304 3,829 3,603 5,060
Mihigan 1,201 1,821 1,644 1,129 1,119 1,087 1,534
Mi asota 81 212 298 45 84 199 157
Mipssippi 465 669 491 360 362 395 269
.Missouri 495 743 765 334 430 420 609
Motatea 2 19 -
Nebraska 15 50 87 9 16 34 34
NewHba mshire 10 18 5 3 11 19 9
New Jersey 1,345 1,213 746 1,099 1,091 1,057 1,205
New York 9,474 11,769 10,057 11,036 12,066 10,293 15,261
NoVITh Carolina 1,835 1,504 1,101 736 333 447 616
North Dlota a 7 17 7 2
Oh0o 8,573 3,974 3,453 2,587 2,653 2,411 3,589
Okldbanm 7 70 73 1 9 51 -15
Oregon 8 10 47 1 1 a
Pennsylvnmia 5,182 7,054 5,196 5,620 5,689 4,335 6,656
Rhode Island 412 494 337 413 405 479 603
South Carolina 1,218 810 567 315 246 218 316
South Dakota 1 9 21 4 -
Tleanessee 1,220 1,572 1,639 956 1,085 890 1,071
Texas 16 350 446 27 11 1 20
Utah 7 19 -
Veamont 21 17 35 17 16 234 42
Virginia 1,095B 899 6303 261W -1 8438 165
'Washington 6 37 95 I
West Virginia 347 434 210 150 94 134 148
Wisconsin 246 343 333 153 169 06 284
Wying 1 5- -

CANADA 820 1,166 1,721 324 559 168 196


M2TAL 39,041 50,762 42,933 36,351 37,614 33,739 47,511
.. ..i-i i j l l l i .. . . . .


- Tn^IudA<


S- Jacksor
- No 'boat


s Jacksonville Does not include Savannah.
rille, not included. Petersburg, not included,
shipments. W9- Does not include Petersburg & RichmonlM
Government Purchases included above as followss- 1939-40 season 3,105 cars;
1938.39 season 618-cars.





44 -
...LA.IO 07y RAIL D?.S~IBUTE.L Ei mR.
BY S** AEBSL .PASE 7 A.:S..


1944.45*0 1943-44 1904.430 o 1941-.4 1940-41 1939-40 1938-39
Bail Olly Rail On3 jLail azy Bail*.oat Bail-Boat BailBoat Rail-.oat
SBas .as .a.s Quaa sa QU fmar Cars
Alabaa 80 138 137 140 193 47 163 ..
Arkansas 9 37
Colorado 3 17 3 5 1 -
Connecticut 82 150 171 351 249 231 396
Delamare 3 1 15 3
Dist, of Columbia 261 331 317 104 1 154 192
Florida 23# # 4t 72 .4 131
Georgia 18 2260 al, 285* 179* 31* 156*'
Idaho 4 -
Illinois 140 599 357 532 810 295 773
Indiana 53 138 113 191 165 31 234
Iowa 16 8s 50 22 47 24 93
Kansas 8 7 11 1 .3
Kentucky 41 122 154 193 183 75 217
Louisiana 13 51 60 40 66 37 230
Maine 13 29 35 29 32 16 66
Masyland 336 490 435 48q 45 412 637
iassachusetts 588 819 830 1,170 1,62 988 1,984.
Michigan 04 468 513 525 804 291 800
Mitnesota 32 99 44 50 148 32 144
Mississippi 10 57 45 134 19 1 60
Missouri 54 169 71 123 134 54 198
Montana 2 28 7 5 9 3
Nebraska 6 26 31 1 7 22
Newo -apshire 4 22 2 18
New Jersey 315 388 321 513 447-, 211 584
New York 3,167 4,104 4,275 4,920 6,245 4,966 7,922
North Carolina 183 271 320 233 160 40 305
North Dakota 2 2 5 26 1 4
Ohio 217 909 898 743 -1,232 521 1,421
Oklahoma 3 16 3 7 2 2 10
Oregon 21 49 12 13 21 11
Penrylrvaia 1,110 1,669 1,581 1,679 ,341 1,484 806
Rhode Island 52 67 61 99 134 120 169
South Carolina 56 79 101 178 133 12 94
South Dakota 3 3 3 22 1 1
Tesnessee 72 177 165 222 205 98 215
Tecas 2 10 10 15 2 4
Utah 3 21 7 4 1 3 7
Venmont 1 2 6 9 17 14
Virginia 157 243P 2809w9 1289 763 143' 85
Washington 25 5) 14 5 2 6 10
West Virginia 22 43 20 96 151k 4 59
Wisconsin 34 115 30 74 146 31 77
Wyoming 2 -

CANADA 286 669 386 250 568 126 254

ATAL 7,857 12,930 12,023 13,580 17,272 10,376 20,494


i Include
JacksoCn
oe No boat


s Jacksonville. Does not include Ssavnnah.
Tille, not included Petersburg, not included.
shipments. r.- Does not include Petersburg & Richmond.
Government Purchases included above as follows:- 1941-43 season, 1,799 cars;
1940-41 season, 2,319 cars; 1938-39 season, 3,137 cars.


G WRSSRkC





-45 -


BY*Ba -aUaxSn
,n,, ,, ,


- PAST 7 S.., nS


'ADWAL 4,165 3,883 9,083 8,182 5,848 39713 4,637
* Includes Jacksourille Doe n t include Sarann h


,- Jacksonville, .ot included.,
0-v.T boat shipments..


e Petersburg, not included,
9- Does not include Petersburig & RichwonL.


Government Purchases included above as follows;- 1942-43 season, 741 cars.


State 1946.4?45o 9434400 1942.43001 1941-42 1940.41 1939-40 1938.39
S Bail Ony i Oni3 o ail Only o 1ail-Boat BI .loat Pail-Boat ail-Boat


Alebana 53 20 16 2 2 4 9
Arl .sas 1 22 .1
Colorado 21 10 15 3 3 4
Connecticut 65 78 66 33 53 59 77
Delaware 1 3 1 -- -
Dist. of Columbia 59 46 36 5 10 3 4
rForida -# 15s -t -I -t -t
GCo Q a 39* 423 101* 4* 3 1*
Illinois 300 315 351 145 205 216 336
In iona 87 122 82 8 15 24 58
Iowa 24 8 13 3 8 9
Kansas 18 18 20 1 1
Kentuckly 37 43 51 9 17 9 25
Louisiana 11 13 58 5 9 8 9
Maine 9 3 3 2 1 -
Maryland 117 128 139 55 71 89 150
Massachusetts 209 191 241 154 273 155 511
Michigan 234 263 318 125 153 156 224
Minnesota 44 50 44 12 23 24 28
Mississippi 1 2 18 -
Missouri 118 98 138 21 59 43 121
Montana 1- 1 -
Nebraska 11 1 6 3 4 5 5
New Jersey 74 59 62 14 14 28 25
New York 801 805 1,191 878 1,368 1,049 1,881
Norh Carolina 63 53 59 12 11 18 19
North Dakota 1 1 -
Ohio 451 429 729 196 270 218 384
Oklahoma 15 14 36 2
Orgon 19 10 6 3 3
PeiEaylvania 713 587 751 413 513 435 771
Bhpoe Island 43 39 35 30 61 49
South Carolina 18 24 56 1 3 3
'Le~essee 89 73 89 7 28 33 23
Tess 19 28 36 2 1 1 1.
UtWL. 2 1 -
Vekbt 1 -
Virginia z 31V 199 34@ 19 19 19 3s
Wain 24 7 6 4 1 -
West Virginia 25 15 38 4 5 5 1
Wiiacnsi. 54 44 43 7 16 28 49.
W A iing 1 1.- -


CAN ADAl 265 219 156 29 83 23 29





-46 -

1 'PTFllR IL RBY.LI DISLRBI. L3DA 7MI SS CIRa
BY..US ES. SPASTT S3LSONS


Stat. 1944e4* 1943.44" 194430 'I 1941.4: 1940-41 1939-40 1938. 9
eail Only Sail Only Rail Only B ail-Boat Rail4oat Iail-Boat Rail-Boat
.Cpar Sns CEaga Eaa Cars GMars aaGa
Alabama 477 S62 581 443 348 258 372
Arkansas 9 29 27 2 1 1
Colorado 2 5 3 1 -
Connecticut 125 108 76 93 137 145 269
Delaware 6 4 6 1 1 1 2
Diet. of Columbia 152 176 132 52 9 23 -54
nlorida 37# 57# a4# 24a ?) 1
Geolgia 5249 678*' 5448 48 9 139* 226
Idaho 1 -
Illinois 296 341 397 217 286 278 395
Indiona 142 274 140 55 85 134 289
Iowa 15 23 29 2 26 30 34
Kansas 12 18 11 4 1 : 6
Kentuc.y 179 198 173 110 145 183 202
Louisiana 42 102 76 59 20 56 34
Mane 34 23 12 9 11 16 48
Marland 372 455 473 228 270 230 341
Massachusetts 457 520 664 633 658 614 994
Michig a 232 282 337 167 241 269 621
Minesota 28 44 23 13 31 19 56
Mississippi 97 157 155 107 69 91 75
Missouri 83 133 95 62 64 82 97
Moontana 1 1 3
Nebrasha 7 13 13 1 2 18 31
Nevada 1 -
NowH apshire 17 13 3 3 10 19
New Jersey 174 142 113 70 74 57 95
New York 8,519 2,441 2,821 2,226 990 1,527 1,568
North Carolina 696 775 583 355 79 165 370
North Dakota 1 2 2 4
Ohio 491 771 939 466 569 803 1,027
Oklahcma 19 15 2 8
Oregon 3 3 4 3 4 -
Pensylvvania 1,172 1,180 1,521 1,296 946 1,058 1,317
Shoe Island 102 71 69 40 52 119 106
South Carolina 524 551 361 253 161 74 200
South Dakota 2 11 1
Teannessee 520 787 728 572 451 512 869
Tae2s 2 28 19 2 5
Utah -3 7 1 1 4
Vermont 13 15 15 14 4 21 14
Virginia 438g' 49630 321 140P 24Pw 3693 980
Washington 3 3 8 -1 -
West Virginia 226 250 236 177 219 134 343
Wisconsin 40 67 45 60 34 31 47
Wyoning 4 -
CANADA 180 219 269 88 113 20 61

DAIL 10,451 12,108 12,083 8,291 6,132 6.960 10,307
- Included Jacksonvwille Does not include Saranna.


o Petersburg, not included.
0I. Does mnot include Petersburg & Richmond.


- Jacksonville, not included..
Slfo.boat shiponnts.,





47 -

e l e sa SEa = DISTBIBUTION. TFIpal)RI CIToUS 1 -944u45L itN
(Made available thru the courtesy of the State Department of Agriculture, Winter Haven, Fla.)


Oct. 1, 1944 to MI

frU .ines


y 15, 1I


)45, Inclusive **
Desti- Oran- Grae- nger-
nations ges fruit ines


Desti- Oran-
nations 0 ges
Boxes
ATLABAIA
nis~ton 2182
Birmingham 19227
Gadsden 410
LIobile 33881
Montgcmery 5616
Selma 561
Others 58316

AEANSAS
Little Bock 286
Others

C0UNQ TICQT
New Haven 175
'Tallingford 40
Others


Seaford 1835
Tilmington 5861
Others

868653
DiST. Or MLMMBIA
Washington 48653

Albany 10136
Atlanta 224319
*Augusta 11557
Columbus 24691
Macon 26187
Savannah 66064
'homasville 7230
Valdosta 16611
Others 58982


loominton 1193
Centralia 390
Chicago 19880
Decatur 2351
Peoria 100
Springfield 180
Vandalia 1100
Others 371


Anderson 986
Evansville 2711
Ft. Wayne 530
Indianapolis 16249
South Bend 981
Terre Haute 593
Vincemnes 3489
Others
32849


Boxes

265
2626
180
4546
1086
109


460
950
3
1413

6790

1058
30822
1200
4154
3224
12787
3060
2976



83
2980
25
115



65
198
857
70
125
1167
2482


Boxes

26
11082
5
4243
1934
94



28
6
-


20
20

353
971
1524

11186

796
69269

2886
8920
1362
2502
10911

94
30
64891
67X
10
265-




138
2012
5807
629
1032
291
863
10772


SOthers

sattan
Wichita
Others


owling Green
Louisville
Others


Alexandria
Baton Rouge
New Orleans
Sunset
Others


Baltimore
Cumberland
Hagerstown
Salisbury
Others

MASSACEUSETTS
Boston
Others

E(CKIGAN
Benton Harbor.
Detroit
Grand Rapids
Kalanezoo
Lansing
Others

MINNEISOTA
Others
MISsISSIPPI
Aberdeen
Hattiesburg
Meridian
Others


Carthage
Joplin
Kansas City
St. Louis
Others


Boxes Boxes Boxes


172

100
36



211
2956




810
215
335
1365

36540
837
794
10393



240



626
428
690
6059
879



5

2122
335
8095



255
170


46

250
232
482

11
234
S43




120

120

3694
55
436
680
573


55

-



432

47






478
4s


1768 100
4567
B-6760 5


288
468



76
832






50
5
496
""551

14932
229
147
678




-4


25
962
601
2383
150





119
86
1420



1233
628
250
78
__3831





48 -
IN=ESTAEs 2= DIsaHISUTIO0. 3ODA CIBPS E 1944-452 AoN


(Contmniea)
Oct. 1,. 1944 to 1e 1 15, 1945; Inclusive **
Oran e- nger- .esi- Ora Grape- Sanger-
Oran I e, 'J
ges rt ines nations ges frt ines
Bases Boxes Boxes Boxes Boxes Boxes


90. 658


Atatic City 151 99
Newark 234 -
Others 161 13
d 7 741 133

Abany 221 275
Buffalo 2002 304 324
New York City 7619 1646 775
Rochester 390
Others 3 939 2007
2278 389 -3381


Asheville
Burlington
.Charlotte
Durham
Fayetteville
Fort Bragg
Gastonia
Goldsboro
Greensboro
Hendersonville
Hickory
Kinston
Luaberton
Baleigh
Rocy Mt.
Salisbury
Wilmington
Wilson
Winston Salem
Others


Akron
Cincinnati
Cleveland
Columbus
Dayton
Toledo
Others


Tulsa

Allentowv
Harrisburg
Johnstown
Philadelphia
Pittsburgh
Beading
Wilkes Barre
Williamsport
York


9463 2157
1738 197
5872 1358
3350 708
1307 184
240
4275 396
940
7955 2073
1893 84
8214 2145
750 40
2380 117
47636 2877
2136 171
2311 448
3993 543
5659 167
9353 847
~ ~ *i57


1481
788
2002
1514
201
1845
2248
255
1614
105
462
12899
267
382
1026
861
2638


20 5 -
2407 378 791
185
3857 315 660
4092 18 325
655 35 293

75 -l 25
75 -


339
512
4202
429
26
1898
1397
14189


15
287
279
1408
568
244
1138
354
1191


Omaha


Dallas
Ft. Worth
Houston
San Antonio
Others


204 1 2047
2 9 672
810 1423
389 1326


Bristol 651 208 78
Danville 450 47 147
maporia 4511 805 775
Harrisonburg 3956 409 513
Lynchburg 2257 2403 .2035
Newport News 1006 415 50
Norfolk 8936 4438 6392
Petersburg -- 293
Richmond 11004 3218 5588
Roanoke 18933 5979 5375
Rural Retreat 125 10 108
Staunton 3408 565 436
Others 1989
6-SU4 .19899


WEST VIRII
Bluefield
Charleston
Huntington


10 -
4617 483 1227
6165 1563 1175


Desti-
nations


EsSAggyN (Cont
Others --51 9

SOUTE CATOLINA
Anderson 91 9 6
Charleston 10885 5844 3344
Chester 961 425 851
Columbia 114006 14478 20117
Florence 565 8 10
Greenville 3651 466 1304
- laurens 231 25
Oneburg 8281 629 793
aanburg 9263 1131 848
2175 50 189
Walterboro 3815 420 62
Others 9 .= M


Bristol 793 470 639
Bradford 199 51
Chattanooga 3854 1388 479
Columbia 80 -
rayetteville 1578 50 85
Jackson 173 -
Johnson City 6203 1245 1594
Kinsport 160 155 -
Knoxyzlle 11257 1831 2390
Maryville 2680 183 243
emsbis 1736 200 64
ashville 2100 181 886
Others 32 332 426






49 -
INTERSTMMAS I~ DISMI0BUTIO, J~BIDA CIRUS 1944-45 SEASON
(Continued&)
Oct. 1, 1944 to May 15, 1945, Inclusive *
Oran- Irape- anger. Desti- Oran- |
ges I ru t lines nations Pges
Boxes Boxes Boxes Boxes
(Cont'd.) &OUT O STIE
568 37 46 Destinations
506 13 Unknown 3597

1183 150 7432
1183 150 743
1419 3347m


Northwest Sec. 74484


GRAMD IDTAL


Grape- Ianger-
frut ines
Boxes Boxes


15473 10098


1484651 212287 337567


** Truck destinations prior to Oct. 1, 1944 and after May 15, 1945 -
Not available.


Desti-
natiozis

WEST =IBINIAL
Parkersburg
'illiamson
Others


Jilwaukee
Others


- i [LJ


*








WMGMss AvtMEW AuCTION MlICES .OR.ANG
1944.45 SEASON


NEW YORK CITY

FLORIDA ST OCK CALIF. STOCK
Indian River
Standard Standard Wire- Stdo. & Std.Wire- Standard Standard
Week Boxes bound Boxes bounds Combined Boxes Boxes
Ending Cars IAvg. Cars I Ag Cars IAvg, Cars I Avg. Cars Avg.


1944

Oct. 6
13
20
27
Nov. 3
10
17
24
Dec. 1
8
15
22
29
1945
Jan. 5
12
19
26
Feb. 2
9
16
23
Mar. 2
9
16
23
30
Apr, 6
13
20
27
May 4
11
18
25
June 1
8
15
22
29


3 $3,50
-- ,,




7 3.76
4 4,36
10 3.80
9 4.59
11 4.36
8 4,66


3,25
3.55
4.47

4.13
4.12
4.15


9-




4,83
4.83
4,83
4,83
4.83
4,83
4.83
4.83
4. 8

4. 8


12 $4.48
16 4,50
30 4.50
25 4,48
77 4.32
167 3.54
148 3.17
82 4.09
127 4.33
95 4.66
118 4.54
62 4.71


46
91
94
82
36
66
93
131
107
130
98
82
135
118
73
72
52
43
37
29
57
16
20
49
4
-


4.70
4.43
4.05
4,16
4.70
4,63
4.45
4.12
4.19
4.53
4.55
4,77
4,63
4,66
4,63
4,72
4,82
4.81
4.81
4,81
4,82
4,83
4,83
4.83
4.83


12 $4.48
16 4.50
30 4.50
25 4.48
77 4.32
170 3.54
155 3.20
86 4.10
137 4,29
104 4,65
129 4.52
70 4,70
46 4,70
91 4.43
100 4,00
83 4.15
41 4.67
66 4,63
98 4.43
134 4.12
110 4.19
130 4.53
98 4.55
82 4.77
135 4,63
118 4,66
73 4.63
72 4,72
52 4,82
43 4,81
39 4.81
32 4.81
61 4,82
20 4.83
23 4,83
53 4,83
5 4.83
3 4,83


6 $4.88
20 5.07
50 4.56
49 4,65
29 5,31
54 5.41
89 5,38
107 5.16
50 5,26
19 5.14
78 5.11
78 4,82
75 4.78
50 5.14
72 5.14
51 5,07
65 4.95
71 4.65
67 4.54
51 4.71
51 5,07
101 4.95
94 4,86
104 4.81
79 4.90
62 5.09
64 5.09
72 5,09
55 5,09
43 5.09
39 5,09
34 5,09
17 5,09


131 $5.86
128 5,86
120 5.86
88 5:86
93 5,86
31 5.86



4 5.33
14 5.33
15 5.33
65 5,23
81 4.45
90 3,65
69 4,20
50 4.69
30 5.12
29 5,24
15 5.22
40 5.12
67 5,00
38 4.90
18 5,23
20 5.28
21 5.33
40 5,33
48 5,32
20 5.33
93 5.83
59 5.70
35 5,78
15 5,86
105 5.84
100 5,86
104 5,86
108 5,86
125 5.06


I
TOTAL 99 4.29 2720 4,37 2819 4.37 1946 4.98 2089 5.48

Total Sales, Florida oranges, all varieties,
all containers, all sections ------------------------------- 4,765 cars Avg. $4.62

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





- 51 -


WZEIGa AVAGE AUCTION PRICS' ORANGES
1944.45 SANOlT


PHILADELPHIA

FL 0 RI D'A STO 0CK CALIF. STOCK
Indian River
SSandard Standard Wire. Stds. & Std.Wire- Stndard Standar -
Week Boxes bound B bounds Combined Boxes Boxes
nding cars "gI Cars Avg. Crs Avg. Cars g, Cars vg.
1944
Oct. 6 1 $4.51 1 $4.51 36 $5.05
13 7 4.49 7 4.49 42 5.85
20 9 4.50 9. 4,50 40 5.85
27 9 4.51 9 4.51 25 5.85
Nov 3 15 4.50 15 4.50 22 5.C4
10 40 4.65 40 4,65 3 $5.13 11 5.85
17 1 $3.40 75 3.34 76 3,34 2 4.45 -
24 1 2.50 82 2.64 83 2,64 7 4,47
Dec. 1 4 3.80 30 3.70 34 3,71 7 4.89
8 4 4.21 39 4,13 43 4.14 9 4.99
15 4 4.82 46 -4.59 50 4.61 4 5.17 -
22 1 4.96 79 4.45 80 4.46 10 .5,29 1 5.30
29 4 4,74 29 4.43 33 4.47 6 5.11 1 5.30
1945
J- 5 28 4.58 28 4.58 5 5,09 10 5.24
12 3 4.SC 52 4.32 55 4.34 9 5.08 30 4.64
19 1 4.59 56 3,86 57 3.87 6 4.93 32 3.53
26 5 4,61 45 4.11 50 4.16 4 5.06 22 3.91
Feb. 2 2 4.68 30 4,55 32 4.56 4 5.10 15 4.45
9 47 4.69 47 4. 69 8 5.11 8 4.91
16 4 4,53 58 4.37 62 4,38 11 5.04 5- 5.10
23 6 4.6 54 3.94 60 3.99 6 4.55 5 5, 28
Mar. 2 7 4.30 58 4.25 65 4.26 4 4.75 9 5.02
9 3 4,44 63 4.53 66 4.53 10 4.45 19 4,69
16 3 4 35 57 4.46 60 4.45 5 3.81 6 4,97
23 1 4,75 50 4.81 51 4.01 3 5.05 7 5.05
30 3 4.01 84 4,64 87 4.65 6 5.06 9 5.21
Apr. 6 1 4 31 55 4,52 56 4,53 U 5.03 8 5,28
13 45 4 55 45 4 55 23 4,97 10 5.20
20 20 4,74 20 1.74 31 5.04 10 5.25
27 5 4,83 5 4.83 30 5.07 3 5,23
May 4 12 4.81 12 4.81 20 5.06 34 5.74
11 4 4 81 4 4.81 10 5.C5 19 5.78
18 3 4.81 3 4.81 16 5.05 20 5.64
'25 5 4.81 5 4,81 7 5.06 14 5.83
June 1 9 5,05 36 5.84
8 2 4.81 2 4.01 8 5.05 44 5.85
15 5 5,04 33 5,85
22 53 5.85
29 38 5.85


TOTAL 58 4.44 1294 4,24 .1352 4,25 299 4.98 62 5.42
Total Sales, Florida Oranges, all varieties,
all containers, all sections ------------------------------- 1,651 cars Avg. $,.38

Made available
thru the cooperation of the Florida Citrus Exchango & the Federal-State Market News Sorvice






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WEISS WD AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES ORANGES
1944.45 SFASON


B 0 S T O N


FL 0 R I Df.


ST0 CK .


Indian Rivor
Standard Standrrd Wire. Std4 & Std, Wre- Sthndard
Boxes bound Boxes bounds Combined Boxes
Cars I Av. Cars IAvr. Cars I Avg. Cars I Ave.


- ,--- -.- -


1944

Oct. 6
13
20
27
Nov. 3
10
17
24
Dec. 1
8
15
22
29
1945
JTan'" 5
12
19
26
Feb. 2
9
16
23
Mar. 2
9
16
23
30
Apr. 6
13
20
27
May 4
11
18
25
June 1
8
15
22
29


1 $4.67
2 .4.42
1 4.67
3 4.67
4 4.59
22 3.66
31 2.94
15 ,4.03
13 4.08
8 4.55
2 5.12
7 5.07
2 4.88
4 4.34
7 4.04
9 3.29
10 4,34

9 4.44
9 4.25
10 4.37
12 4,56
10 4.49
10 4.45
6 4.89
7 4.81
11 4.58
5 4.92
4 4.97
2 4,97
3 4.97
1 4.97


- *,

3 $4,50
3 4.41
7 4,63
5 5.12
4 5.33
1 5.56
8 5.53
3 5.28
7 5.04
8 4.80
7 4.70
4 5.26
5 5.28
8 5.22
8 4.74
9 4.61
5 4.07
17 3.77
12 4.94
6 5.09
2 5.02
6 4.91
12 4.74
7 5.23
4 5.23
5 5,23
4 5.23
5 5.23
5 5.23
3 5.23
2 5.23
-. ,.


CALIF. STOCK

Standard
Boxes
Cars I Avg.


35 $5.89
46 5.89
30 5.89
21 5,89
26 5.89
13 5.89
-- -




4 5.37
3 5.37
16 5.37
28 5,10
48 4.16
38 4.19
22 4.60
17 4.96
10 5.21
4 5.16
11 5.34
23 4.78
15 5.16
13 5.04
14 5.21
-9 5.12
11 5.29
10 5.39
8 5.21
43 5.81
12 5.33
14 5.36
7 5.88
22 5.89
31 5.89
31 5.89
34 5.89
36 5.89


TOTAL 240 4.17 240 4.17 185 4.87 705 5.41

Total Sales, Florida oranges, all varieties,
all containers, all sections -------------------------------- 425 cars Avg. $4.47

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


Week
Bndijtncr |


1 $4.67
2 4.42
1 4.67
3 4.67
4 4.59
22 3.66
31 2.94
15 4.03
13 4.08
8 4.55
2 5.12
7 5,07
2 4.88
4 4.34
S7 4.04
9 3,29
10 4.34

9 4.44
9 4 25
10 4.37
12 4.56
10 4.49
10 4.45
6 4.89
7 4.81
11 4.58
5 4.92
4 4.97
2 4.97
3 4.97
1 4.97

,,-


.





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WEIGH TED AG AUCTION PRICES ORANGES
1944-45 SEASON.


PITTSBURGH

FL 0 RIDA ST OC K CALIF, STOCK
Indian Biter
Standard Standard Wire- Stds & Std Wire- Standard' Standard
Week Boxes bound Boxes bounds Combined Boxes Boxes
Ending Cas Avg. Cars Avg. Cars I Avg. Cars Avg. Cars I Avg,
1944

Oct. 6 7 $5.86
13 1 $2.66 1 $2.6 8 5,86
20 6 3.61 6 3.61 9 5.86
27 4 4.75 4 4.75 8 5.86
Nov. 3 1 4.68 1 4.68 6 5,86
10 6 5.10 6 510- 4 5.86
17 26 3.46 26 3.46 -
24 1 $3.71 19 3.19 20 3.22 -
Dec. 1 2 2.95 11 3.62 13 3.52 -
8 1 5.02 10 4,62 11 4,66 -
15 1 4.52 10 4.38 11 4.39 2 5.33
22 9 5.11 9 5.11 3 5.33
29 2 5.07 14 4.62 16 4.68 4 5.33
1945
Ja 5 -. 6 3.91 6 3.91 11 5.26
12 4 4.29 4 4.29 19 4.23
19 4 3.95 4 3.95 21 4.02
26 11 3.80 11 3.80 15 4.29
Feb 2 6 4.67 6 4.67 1 $3.96 13 5.13
9 7 4.85 7 485 11 5.25
16 5 4.74 5 4.74 10 5.31
23 16 3.88 16 3.86 9 5.33
Mar. 2 15 3,75 15 3.75 14 4.98
9 7. 4.43 7 4.43 17 4.77
16 9 4.78 9 4.78 15 4.63
23 11 4.63 11 4.63 5 5.05
30 14 4.72 14 4.72 6 5.20
Apr. 6 15 4.57 15 4.57 9 5,32
13 1 5.10 9 4.73 10 4.77 10 5.28.
20 8 4,87 8 4,87 12 5.25
27 8 4.98 8 4.98 4 5.33
May 4 6 498 6 4.98 21 5.70
11 4 - 4 5.15 4 5.15 12 5.59
18 1 4.98 1 4.98 10 5.60
25 1 4,98 1 4.98 12 5.83
June 1 10 586
8 10 5.86
15 10 5.86
22 10 5.86
29 16 5.86



TOTAL 8 .4.30 284 4.27 292 4,27 1 3.96 363 5.26
Total Sales, Florida oranges, all varieties,
all containers, all sections ------------------ -------- 293 cars Avg. $4.27

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





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WEIGHED AVZRALE AUCTION PRICES .. OaUGES
1944.45 SEASON


CLEVELAND

F L 0 R I D ST 0 C K CALIF. STOCK
Indian River
Standard Standard Wiro. Stds.&Std.Wire- Standard Standard
Wok Boxes bound Boxes bounds Combied Boxes Boxes
Endg Carrs Avars AarsIg Carss AvAg, Cars Avg,


1944

Oct. 6
13
20
27
Nov, 3
10
17
24
Dec. 1
8
15
22
29
1945
Jan' 5
12
19
26
Feb, 2
9
16
23
Mar, 2
9
16
23
30
Apr. 6
13
20
27
May 4
11
10
25
June 1

15
22
29


$4.59
4.70
4,70
4,83
3.37
3.65
4.14
4,84
4.36
4,66
4.62
4.78
4.74
4,78
4.02
4,20
4,72
4.72
3.83
4.28
4,67
4, 43
4.32
4,60
4.06
4.93
5,00
5,00
5.00
5,00
5,00
5.00


$4.59
4,70
4.70
4.83
3.37
3,65
4.14
4,84
4,36
4,66
4.62
4.78
4.74
4,78
4.02
4.20
4.72
4,72
3,83
4,28
4,67
4.43
4.32
4,60
4,83
4.93
5,00
5,00
5,00
5,00
S500
5.00


-
-




eo;
n521
-


11 $5.86
8 5.86
14 5.86
6 5,86
5 5.86
4 5.85
- *



2 5,33
10 5.33
9 5.33
12 4.36
13 4.08
18 4.28
14 3.90
5 5.28
6 5,22
9 5.25
3 5.26
10 5,07
6 4.95
2 5.11
5 4.99
1 4.90
3 5.32
4 5.31
2 5.33
5 5.11
11 5.78
5 5.61
5 5,68
3 5,84
8 5,86
8 5,86
13 5,86
9 5.86
10 5.86


TOTAL 262 4.34 262 4.34 2 4.64 259 5,31
Total Sales, Florida oranges, all varieties,
all containers, all sections ------------------------------- 264 cars Avg. $4,34

Made available
thru the cooperation of the Florida Citrus Exchange & the Fodoral-Stato Market News Service


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55 -

WEIGHED AVERAE AUCTION PRICES OR~A~ES
1944-.45 SEASON


CHICAGO
FLORIDA S 0 CK CALIF. STOCK
Indian River
Standard. Standard Wire- StdA & Std.Wire- Standard Standard
.Week Bxo bound Boxes bounds Combined o Boxes Boxes
ding Cars Avg. Cars I Avg. Cars Cars AAvg. Cars C A Ig
1944

Ot 6 41 $5.01
13 -. 1 $4,67 1 $467 44 5.01
20 .. 8 4,54 8 4,54 50 5,81
27 6 4,43 6 4.43 23 5,81
Nv. 3 5 4.67 5 4.67 20 5.81
10 -. .. 12 5.09 12 5,09 28 5.81
17? .. 49 3,44 49 3.44 9 5.81
24 -. 32 3.28 32 3.28 -. -
Dec. 1 1 $3.99 18 4.10 19 4,09 .. .
8 -, 18 4.81 18 4,81 1 5,28
15 -. 28 4.16 28 4.16 11 5.28
22 2. 4.48. 13 4.86 15 4.81 8 5.28
29 1 4.50 16 4.57 17 4,57 35. 5,28
1945
an 5 4 363 4 3,63 35. 454
12 9 4,66 9 4,66 40. 4.36
19 24 4.14 24 4.14 47 4,15
26 27 3.74 27 3.74 45 3.79
Feb. 2 14 4.21 14 .4.21 1 $4.20 26 4.38
9 -, 16 4.74 16 4.74. -. 17 5.20
16 -. 25 4.52 25 4,52 24 5.28
23 26 3.92 26 3,92 -. .40 .4,78
Ma. 2 -. 18 4.26 18 4,26 .. 40 4.75
9 24 4,34 24 4.34 44 4.92
16 1 416 61 9 4,49 -25 4.89
23 -. 23 4.73 23 4,73 1. 4,60 27 5.06
30. -.. 30 4.60 30 4.60 20 5.14
Apr. 6 20 4.79 20 4.79 18 5.26
13 10 4.81 10 4.81 30 5.23
20 -.. 7 4,98 7 498 32 5.14
27 7 4.97 7 .97 13 5.28
4MIY 4 -, 8 4.97 8 4.97 49 5,76
11 5 4.97 5 4.97 : 45 545
18 4 4.97 4 4.97 -. 42 5,48
25 3 4.97 3 4.97 23 5,81
June 1- 45 5.80
8 40 5.81
15 32 5.81
22 43 5.81
29 48 5.81


TOTAL 4 4,36 526 4.29 .530 4.29 2 4,40" 1160 5.27
Total Sales, Florida oranges, all varieties,
all containers, all sections ------------------------------- -532 oars Avg, $4.29

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





56 -

WEIGTrAED ATRAGE MACTON PRICES ORMgAES
1944.45 SEASON


S T. L 0 U 1 S

FL ORIDA ST 0 CK CALIF. STOCK
Indian River
Standard Stoadtd' Wire. Std4, & Std, Wire- Standard Standard
Week Boxes bound Boxes bouds Combined Boxes Boxes
Ehflig Cars Avg. Cars Avg. Cars Avg, Cars I Avg. Cars | Avg.


1944

Oct, 6
13
20
27
Nov, 3
10.
17
24.
Dec. 1
8
15
22
29
194
1an. 5
12
19
26
Feb, 2
9
16
23
Mar. 2
9
16
23
30
Apr. 6
13
20
27
Mag 4
11
18
25
Juno 1
8
15
22
29


$4,63
-
,
-
.
-
-
-
.
-
-


$4.63
3.75
4,60
4.43
5.05
3,61
3.19-
4,22
4,.55
4,31
4,38
3,85
4.21
4.26
4,52
3,66
3,90
4,76
4.71
3,69
4,08
4.50
4,37
4.72
4,49
4.53
4,89
4,89
4,89
4,89
4,89
4,89
4,89
4.09

-


$4,63
3,88
4,60
4,43
5,05
3,61
3.19
4,22
4.55
4,31
4,38
3,85.
4,21.
4,26
4,52
3,66.
3,90
4.76
4,71.
3,69
4.08
4.50
4.37
4,72
&. 4,49
4.53
4,89
4,89
4,89
4,89
4,89
4.89
4,809


$5.82
5.82
5.82
5.82
5,80
5,82
5.82



5,29
5.29
5,28
4.73
4,40
4,32
3,90
4,41
5,29
5.29
5,09
4.50
4.85
4,96
5.20
5,18
5.11
5,29
5,29
5,29
5.70
5,37
5,30
5,82
5.82
5.82
5,82
5.82
5.82


TOTAL 1 4.63 270 4,17 271 4,17 618 5,23

Total Salos, Florida oranges, all variotios,
all containers, all sections ------------------------------- 271 oars Avg. $4.17

Made available
thru the cooperation of the Florida Citrus Exchange & the Fedoral-Stato Market News Sorvice





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. AVERAGE jAUC r PRICES ORANGES
1944-45 SEASON


C 1 NC I N A I,.

FLORIDA- STOCK CALIF. STOCK
Indian Rivor
Standard Standard Wiro-. Stdag &Std.Wiro- S standard Standard
Week Boxes bound Boxes bounds Combined Boxes Boxos
En din Cars Avg. Cars I Av. Cars IAvg. .ars I Avg.. Cars Av'


1944

Oct. 6
13
20
27
Nov. 3
10
17
24
Dec. 1
8
15
22
29
1945
Jan 5

19
26
Feb. 2
9
16
23
Mar. 2
9
16
23
30
Apr. 6
13
20
27
May 4
11
18
25
June 1
8
15
22
29


$3.63
4.40

4,67
:318
2.84
4.11
4.23
4.27
4.31
4,46

4.40
4,14
3.66,
3,84
S4,52
4,68
4.21
3.84
4.03
condi-tion.
4.80
4.,54
4,02
'4,45
4.62
4.71
4.80


4.8
.


TOTAL 3 4.31 296 4.04 299 4.02. .. 121 5.37


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


299 cars Avg. $4,02


Market News Service


$3.63
4.40
4. 6

3.18
2.84
4.11
4.23
4.27
4.31
4.46

4.40
4.14
3.66
3,84
4.52
4.68
4.21.
3.84
.4,03
acct.- flood
4.80
4.54
4.02
4.,45
4.62
4.71
4.80


4.80
.
.,

.


-

-
-


-


w
r
r

c
e
r
-

.
-

.7


w
-
No sale



-



..


$5.82
5.02
5.82
5.82
5.82





5.29
5.29

4.25
3,96
3.91
3.96
4.82
5.27
5.28

5.12

4.81
5.17
4,07
5.05
5.29
5.29

5.82
5.82
5.62
5.79
5.82
5.82
5.82
5.82
5,82


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


i





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WEIGIED AVEBAGE AUPO ~W N.PICES .. OAIG
1944.45 SEASON


D E T R 0 I T

FLOR0 IDA 0 C K CALIF. STOCK

Standard Standard Wire- Std, & St.dWire- andard Standard
Week Boxes bound Boxes bounds Combined Boxes Boxes
Ending Cars Ia=s Avg. Cags IAg, Cars | rV,


1944

Oct. 6
13
20
27
Nov, 3
10
17
24
Dec, 1
8
15
22
29
1945
Jan. 5
.12
19
26
Feb. 2
9
16
23
Mat, 2
9
16
23
30
Apr, 6
13
20
27
May 4
11
18
25
June 1
8
15
22
29


-
w

w
-
-
-
-


$4.78
-





=.


$4.71
4.63
4.71
4.71
5.133
3.49
3.76
4.10
4,88
4.84
4.79
4.39
3.79
4.07
4.47
4.29
4.38
4.80
4.53
3.79
4,26
4..46
4:50
4.55
4,65
4.76
4.97
5,02
5.01
5,01
5.01

-


2
4
5
3
7
34
32
15
16
12
15.
15.
4
7.
6
17.
11
7
16.
17
15
18
14.
19
11
11
8
7
4
5
2
4
-


$4.71
4.63
4.71
4.71
5.13
3,49
3.76
4,10
4,88
4,84
4.79
4,39
3.79
4.07
4.47
4.29
4.38
4,80
4.53
3.79
4.26
4,46
4.50
4.56
4.65
4,76
4,97
5,02
5.01
5.01
5,01
5.01


-
-
-

$4.99
4.33


-




-
r





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


19
22
21
13
15
13
2



5
16
20
21
29
43
33
25
21
22
18
27
21
17
15
S14
10
19
18
5
30
31
*27
19
20
19
15
17
22


$5.84
5.84
5.84
5.84
5.84
5.84



5.31
5.31
5.31
5.14
4.,83
4.62
4.71
5,12-
5.31
5.31
4.97
4.90
4.91
:4 95
5.01
4.92
5.27
5.27
5.15
5.31
5.84
5.66
5.60
5.73
5.76
5,84
5.84
5,84
5.84


TOTAL 1 4.76 362 4.37 363. 4.37 2 4.66 704 5.35

Total Sales, Florida oranges, all varieties,
all containers, all sections ------------------- -------365 cars Avg. $4.37

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





- Ui -


g shl~14A~" I~IIq~b~it~ ~rDn -.D '~.uwunw'


BALTIMORE
FL 0 RIDA S TOCK CALI., SOCK
Indian River
Standard. Standard Wire-I Sd-& Std.Wie- bsandard Standard
Week. Bores bou ndxe b s CobAL Boxes Boxes
Ca s rs iVC A g. CBrs A 'Cars I Arve


1944

04#. 6

S20

o,, 3
'1
24
.Beac 1
8
15
22



19


16
26

Mar 2
9
16
23
30
Apr. 6
13
.20
27
MIejy 4
11
18
25
June 1I

15
22
29


$4.48
4.48
4.69
337
3.37
3.83
4.16
4.54
4.85
4.62
4,63
4.17
4.21
4.38


4.37
4.26
4.11
4.33
4,70
4.73
4.58
4.75
4;70
4.75
4.76
4.78
4.75
4.75
4.75


$4. 48
4.48
4,69
3.37
3.37
3.83
4.16
4.54
4.85
4,62
4.63
4.17
4.21
4.38


4.37
4.26
4.11
4.33
4.70
4.73
4.58
4.75
4.70
4;75
4.76
4.78
4.75
4.75
4,45
9.


$4.61
4.40
4.40
4.80
4.85
4.60
5.05
4.90
4.90
5.05
5.05
5,05
5.05
5.05
5,05
5.05
5.05


12 $5.84
7 5.84
8 5.84
4 5.86






I 5.30

1 5.30
4 4.64
6 3.86
2 4.45


1 5.20
1 5.20
1 5.20
1 4.75
1 5.30
1 5.31
1 5.30
1 5.30
3 5,85
1 5.85
3 5;85
1 5.85.
5 5.85
2 5485
3 5,85
10 i,84


Notes Above data for Baltimore -incomplete for season.

TOTAL 122 4.23 122 4.23 35 4.96 82 5.52

Total Sales, Florida oranges, all varieties,
all containers, all sections (incomplete) ---------------- 157 oars Ag, $43

Made available
thbr be. cooperation of ithe Florida Cibirs Exchange & the Fedemsa-State Market News Service







unamm s.AA A .meag acesR..i nca.


TOTAL ALL CITIES

7 L 0 R I D) A S. T.O C K CALIF. STOCK
o. .. Indian Riv..
Standard Sanda rd wir- Std4 & Std.Sr. edard Standard
Week Boxes .: bound 'Bos bo Conbia Boxes Boxe
Ibtng Cars, Aiygz. Cars I A Cars I Av. Care IAgx Cars


1944

Oct. 6
13
20
27
Nov. 3
10
17
24
Dec. 1
8
15
22
29
1945
Jan. 5
12
19
26
Peb. 2
9
16
23
Mar..2
9
16
23
30
Apr. 6
13
.20
-27
MyV 4
11
18
26
June 1
8
.15
22
29


a

6 $4,88
23 5.08
55 4.55
59 4.62
43 5,13
68 5.33
97 5,37
118 5.17
64 5.28
27 5.14
94 5.10
93 4.83
86 4.78
60 5.11
86 5.14
71 5.07
79 4.90
85 4.65
83 4.50
74 4.43
69 5.02
114 4.96
108 4.87
134 4,84
123 4.92
101 5,09
89 5.09
88 5.09
76 5.09
58 5,09
56 5,09
50 5.09
31 5,08
4 5.05


307 5,.85.
327 5.85
315 5,85
204 5.85
202 5.86
106 5,85
12 5.82

1 5.28
24 5.30
69 5.31
104 5.30,
194 4.98
251 4.53-
337 4,03
266 4.13
176 4.70
120 5,16
131 5,27
118 5.02
179 4.92
222 4,89
140 4.91
109 5,10
105 5.15
95 5,25
147 5.28
155 5.25
75 5.27
319 5,78
214 5.59
183 5,56
114 5.81
262 5.83
288 5.85
259 5.85
308 5.84
345 5.85


TOTAL 174 4.34 6376 4,30 6550 4.30 2472 4.97 6783 5,37
Total Sales, Florida oranges, all varieties,
all containers, all sections ---------.---.-------------- 9,022 oars Avg. $4.40

Made available
thru the cooperation of the Florida Citras Ecchange & the Federal-State Market News Sertice


1 $4.51
25 4.45
56 4.31
63 4.54
61 4.52
164 4.58
464 3.46
422 3.13
206 3.95
289 4,35
270 4.52
301 4.54
184 4,57
99 4,52
197 4.37
242 4.02
242 4.02
139 4.45
160 4.68
243 4,44
324 4.00
271 4.19
281 4.50
234 4.51
228 4.69
325 4.0
261 4.63
187 4.66
137 4,78
91 4.86
86 4,86
62 4.87
51 4.85
76 4.83
22 4.82
25 4.83
53 4.83
5 4.83
3 4.83


1 $4.63


4 3.47
9 3.61
11 3.87
15 3.99
14 4.65
17 4.40
15 4.72

3 4,60
7 3.44
6 4.43
7 4.53
9 4.31
9 4.34
10 4.25
3 4.44
3 4.35
2 4.76
3 4,81
1 4,81
1 5,10


2 4.83
3 4.83
4 4.83
4 4.83
3 4.83
4 4.83
1 4.83
3 4,83


1 $4.51
25 4.45
55 4530
63 4.54,
81 4.52
164 4,58
460 3,46
413 3.12
195 4,00
274 4.37
256 4.51
284 4.55
169 4.56
99 4,52
194 4.37
235 4.04.
236 4.01
132 4.45
160 4,68
234 4.45
315 3.99
261 4.19
278 4.50
231 4,51
226 4.69
322 4.60
260 4.63
186 4.66
137 4.78
91 4.86
86 4.86
60 4.87
48 4.85
72 4.83
18 4.82
22 4.83
49 4.83
4 4;83





61 -
WEIK azoVp I Anane Zn oxIrca .Jr=Th o & AsMINa 8 anMarPa
1944-45 SE~K T

.. NET YORK CITY

LA&. SEED GRAPEiT 1 TMt. gAS ai SS MGRAPERUIT
I Ii s st,.&as di -is.4,t d. li .iv.
Wek Standar St.WireStadard Seadtandar d Sd.Wire-' Standard
g.m C___ rg_ _aa_|Ag._ _as|_rg. _C__sl__g. Carkrgag. Ca ~ra;;l;g. I OarsT
S $ $ $ $ $ $ $

10/6 -
13 13.59 3.55 3.55 83.56 4 4.08 4 3.54 43.54
0 1 3.51 21 3.51 13.56 1 3.56 94.07
7 2 3.55 10.3.54 1 3.54 14.07 3 3.56 93.5 12 3.53 8 4.07
11/3 1 2.56 182 .93 13 2.90 1 4.07 13 3.29 1 3.9 7 3.73
10 6 3.14 63.14 64.43 10 3.65 10.3.65 1 4.83
17 4 3.15 4 3.15 10 .1 15 3.63 15 3.63 0. 4.79
24 3.84 3.84 9 4.54 103.57 10 3.57 424.81
18/1 1 3.38 9 3.34 10 3.34 12 4.09 -- 0 3.46 3.46 63 4.63
8 52.77 5 2.77 24 3.48 6 3.20 3.20 58 4.29
15 7 4.20 34.00 34.00 424.74
S 4.05 4.05 8 4.29 1.4.38 2 3.94 34.09 44 4.83
S - 23.31 23.31 15 4.31 54.04 54.04 40 4.78
-0 133.66 3 2.90 83.68 113.47 48 4.30
3.00 1 300 1 3.41 4 3.1 4 3.31 48 4.27
9 4 286 4 2.86 11 3.21 1 3.02 18 3.55 13 3.51 45 4,31
63.61 33.98 3 3.92 48 4.40
33.97 33.97 4.64 1 4.13 44.9 54.26 3 4.64
9 1 3.75 1 3.75 12 4.59 24.14 25 4.14 32 4.64
16 33.99 3 3.99 10 4.45 15 4.05 15.4.05 41 4,64
10 3. 10 3.67 12 4.44 28 3.96 28 3.96 62 4.63
S 8 8.93 8 2.93 17 4.02 35 3.61 35 3.61 86 454
9 3 2.39 3 2.39 17 3.67 1 3.28 19 3,45 20 344 89 4,37
16 2 .68 2 2.68 13 3.59 1 3.54 19 3.34 .0 3.35 52 4.34
23 1 3.08 1 3.08 7 4.27 2 4.17 8 3.77 10 3.85 40 4.85
30 4.1 1 4.11 9 4.70 7 4.36 14 4.01 21 4.12 67 4.85
46 1 4.12 1 4.12 7 4.83 1 4.40 13 4.09 14 4.11 55 4.88
13 1 4.16 1 3.64 2 3.90 10 4.90 3 4.40 15 4.20 18 4.23 46 4.89
0' 2 4.40 4.40 10 4.90 124.38 12 4.38 51 490
87 2 4.40 1 3.69 3 4.16 7 4.90 8 4.40 8 440 49 4.90
5/4 5 4.40 1 4.40 4.40 84.90 12.4.40 1 4.40 49 4.90
11 .44.40 24.40 64.40 8 4.90 104.39 10 4.39 43 4.90
18 1 4.40 1 4.40 2 4.40 4 4.90 14 440 14 4.40 32 4.90
25 1 4.40 8 4.40 3 4.40 14.90 19 440 19 4.40 22 4,90
6/1 1 4.40 1 4.40 4.40 244.40 13 4.90
8 4.40 8 4.40 34.90
15 1 4.40 1 4.40 -
29


82 4.13 144 3.41 .]6 3,50 86 4.12 24 3.92 427 3.90 451-3.90 1407 4.64
botal Sales, lorida Gageefrait, all varieties,
all containers, all etIons ---------------------------- 2,320.Cars Ag. $4.35

Made available
thar the cooperation of the Florida Citrus Exchamge & -the Fed~ral-State Market News Servioe








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1944i45 g S3a N


PHILADLEIPHIA

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_Week Stadar Sr Sta. d i Stanadad bWire ST. S~
SCandg. Car Cas O. Cars g. Ca .
-ng a zJaLMiI-9Sl


101/6
13
27
1113
10
17



a
34
12/1
8
15
88



19
2/2


16

23
4/86
113
SDA


18
25
6/1
8
15
88
29


2 3.55 23.55
6 3.63 6 3.63 2 4.06
6 355 6 3.55 14.07
63.9 6 3.29 -
3 2.44 3 2.44 -
1 3.90 1 3.90 1 3.85
5 4.1 5 4.21 2 4.87
7 3.63 7 3.63 34.63
14 8298 14 2.9 1 3.74
12.55 1 2.55 -
1 3.78 1 3.78
2 3.75 23.75 14.97
4 4.11 4 4.11


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3 3.41
5 2.54
2 4.03
3 3.77

3 3.67
4 2.70
3 3.27
2 2.95
1 3.80
1 3.40
1 4.10
24.37


1 3.95
1 3.80
1 4.27
2 4.01
1 4.63
S4.79
24.55
1 4.11
1 4.04
3 3.80
1 3.39
- a.
4 4.53
3 .4.67
2 4.85
1 4.68
1 4.88
1 4.88

- -4.88

- -
- -







-




3.45
3.05







4.12
3.95
3.39

3.326
4.35
4.3


43.6
2 3.,56
11 3.2
4 3.09
1 3.80
7 3.90
9 3.43
7 3.46
4 4.10
4 4.23
12 4.25
5 3.54
4 3.84
7 3.49
2 4.18
8 4.18
S4.142
7 4.44
14 4.02
15 3.58
14 3.94
12 3.93
16 4.15
7 4.59
11 4.04
4 4.03
10 4.10
84.37
1 4.38
, 4.38
5 4.38
1 4.38
1 4.38


4 3.62
2 3.56
11 3.22
4 3.09
1 3.80
7 3.90
9 3.43
7 3.46
4 4.10
4 4.23
12 4.25
53.54
6 3.71
8 3.43
2 4.18
8 4.18
1 4.12
7 4.44
15 4.03
15 3.58
15 3.94
13 3.89
16 4.15
7 4.59
12 3.97
4 4.02
11 4.12
8 4.37
1 4.38
2 4,38
54.38
1 4.38
1 4.38
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A" 2 3.24 86 3.40. 88 3.40 39. 438 8 3,63 M 3.93 M88 3.92 143 4,51
Total Sales, Florida Grpefruit, all varieties,
all oo~tainers, all sections ------------------- ---------- 498 Cars Avg. $4.03

Made available
thu the cooperation of the Florida Citras EcChabge & the Federal-State Maket News Service


3 3.41
5 .54
2 4.03
3 3.77

3 3.67
4 2.70
2 3.28
1 2.64
1 36o0
- *
1 3.40
14.10
2 4.37
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7. :
1 4.07
1 3,20
4 3.52
3 4.72
- f
64.13
54.35
34.49
14.40
4.49
S4.22
34.14
44,51
6 4:31
24,62
64.63
6 4.62
9 4.56
11 4.21
S445
S4.41
44.73
64.73
11 4.73
8 4.68
3 4j87
64.89
6 4.89
3 4.89
4 4.89
2 4.88
1 4.88
- 4.
1 4.88

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4 2.91

1 *2.64


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1.3.51





1 3.92
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42.91

1 2.04
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1 3.882


14.00
1-4.71

1-4.48
1 3.20
3 4.66
- -

2 4.85

1 4.45
3 3.40
2 3.07
3 4.02
1 4.78

1 4.78
2 4.61
4 4.37-
4 3.18
6 2.98
1-3.96

1 5.04
1 4.07
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11/3
10
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28


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30
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13
20






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22
29


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3 457

4
2 4
2 4.38
2 4,,6
1 I 4
1 5,04


4 X7

5 4.38
6 C48
1 478
3 4.78
9 4'l
11 4 %
7 4.29
17 7
24 3s89
9 4,51
3 4.93
1 5.00
2 5.02
15o04

1 5,04





5 .


1:3.92 8. .90 9 3.01 40 3.92


- -12 3.


aeql Sales, Florida se~peruit, all varieties,
all .containers, all. sections --r---------------------


45 12 3.45. 3 224


1i3 iQars Arg. *4.11


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A* -*the;e cooperation of tahe .loiAda Citmu E=change & the redes tal-Ste Market- News. Service


1 2.98





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3 3.29
1 3.10
1 2.75.
1 3.18

1 4.53
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10/6
13
20
27
11/3
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17


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9







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13


5/4
11
18


8
15
22
29


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1 3.65
3 4.04
3 3.58
3 3.64



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3 3.65
3 4.04
3 3.58
3 3.70




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1 3.14.

1 4.7i
1 .3.86
2.4.08
1.3..98:
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1 3..1A








2 4.44


1-4.37

3 3.25
2 2.69












1 3.14

1 4.71
1 3.85
2 .4.08
3 4.10
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1.3.12








2 4.44 .


- -


.7


'7 0707


.2 f 0 a,10 o G.78 1 I.( - P o .rr LQ j.7 fs L aij-3 -V

Total Sales, Florida Grapefruit, all varieties, .
all :obtan r, aLl'aeelton-s --------- -- ------ -- 31 ars Mrg,- 74


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Week Standadai Std. Wirel- StaSdrd St .irs-.r, td. &
pnd- o pes nafls oz .ox od Boes
in4,g CarsArg a g CaseAg. Ca g. Ca 1Ag. Ca g. C rg Cas

QA $ 8 ( $ $ $ $ $


10/6
13
23
27
11/3
10,
17
24
13/1
8
15
22
29



19
26
3/2
9
16
23
3/2
9

23
30
4/6
13


5/4
11
18
35
6/1
8
15
22
29


1 3.63
. .
3 2.79
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- -
- -
- -
--
--
- -
- -
--
- -

- -
--
- -
- -
--
--
- -
- -
- -
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1 2.31


2 2.95
4 2.78
2 2.52


















2 3.72


3 2.05


2 2.95
4 2.78 -
22.52 -










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1 3.83 -



1 4.26
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1 3.63

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T 4 3.00 4 3.00 1 2.31 1 3.83 15 2.93 16 2,99 2 3.51

Total Sales, Florida Graefruit, all varieties,
all containers, all sections -------------------------------- 2.3 Cars Avg, $3.01


Made available
thr the cooperation of the 'lorida Citrus change & the Jederal-State Market News Service


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C H 0 A G 0


- 5 3.66 5 2.66


- 1 3.51 15 3.51


total Sales, Florida GOefruit, all varieties,
all containers, all sections --------------------------


1 3.6P.


21 Cars:Avg. $3.31


Made available
th- the cooperation of the Florida Citrus. BNnhange & the Feder~l-State Mareat News Serviod


1om

10/6
.13
20
27
11/3
10
17
24
12/1
8
15
22
29
1945

12
19
28
2/2
9
16
23
3/2
9
16
23
30


20
27
6/4
11
18
25
6/1
8
15
22
29


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4 2.83
1 1.97



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4 2.83
1 1.97
- -










- -





- -
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3 3.30
5 2.56
13.04











24.43
14.52


14.30
1 4.57
1 4.68
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3 3.30
5 2.56
1 3.04











2 4.43
1 4.52


1 4.30
1 4.57
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13
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27
11/3
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17
24
12/1
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15
22
29





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12
19
26
2/2
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16
23
3/2
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16
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20
27



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25
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15
22
29


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Total Sales, Florida Graefruit, all varieties,
all containers, all sections ------------------------------- 13 Cars Avg. $3.38.



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13
23
27
11/3
10
17
24
13/1
8
15
22
29
39

12
19
26
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9
16

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9
16
23
33

13

27


18
25
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15
22
39


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3 3.40
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5 2.67 5 2.67 113.33' 11 3.33

Total Sales, Florida Grapefruit, all varieties,
all containers, all sections ----------------------- 16Cars Avg. $3.13


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6/1
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22
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- 2 3.67 2 3.67


- 1 2.85


9 3.07 10 3.05


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


13 ..Cars AVg.. $3.15


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thw- the cooperation of the.a lorlda Citmae Bibpange & tbhe Bedexal-State Market News Service


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15
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29


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16
23
3/2
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- 93.33


9 3.33 4 43.71


43.71 1 4


Total sales, Florida.Gwapefruit, all varieties,
all containers, all sections incomplete) --------------- 14 Cars Avg. 0.54


Made available
thru the cooperation of the ?torida Citrus Exchange & the Fedeoral-Stte -Market esws Servie


-.-5

8 3.30


-. -


1 3.05


1 3.20









2 3.30
3 3.15



1 4.2


3.3.30





1 3.05


1 3.20
- -












2 3.30
23.15



1 4.20


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*. 1944-45 SIBASdN


TOTAL ALL: C ITI ES

TLi, SM ~AP~IT R. I 5, EOESnr SGAPERUIT
I R.Biv. Ind.Biv.
Week Standard. Std. WirEe. Maza Standard standard. Std. WOl- Standard.
End- Boxes ^Qm.IBSmr BoVea BoIes hnmd Boyes
ing Cars- A. CarsA. C Ag. Car A ars Ag. Cas rg ars Avg. Ca
$ $4 $ $$ $ $
10/6 1 3.65 4 3.59 5 3.60 -
13 1 3.59 36 3.58 37 3.58 6 4.07 9 3.67 9 3.67
20 45 3.35 45 3.35 2.3.95 163.29 16 3.29 10 4.07
27 3 3.64 22 3.35 25 3.38 1 4.07 4 3.38 34 3.14 38 3.17 9 3.97
11/3 1 2.56 15 2.83 16 2.81 1 4.07 1 2.45 23 3.08 24 3.05 11 3.65
10 7 3.25 73.25 84.30 113.66 11 3.66 244.82
17 93.74 93.74 134.30 223.71 223.71 234.76
24 9 3.68 9 3.68 11 4.56 19 3.50 19 3.50 50 4.71
12/1 2 3.65 23 3.12 25 3.16 14 4.09 273.46 27 3.46 70 4.61
8 9 2.83 9 2.83 25 3.47 10 3.56 10 3.56 60 4.29
15 1 3.78 1 3.78 10 4.33 7 4.13 7 4.13 47 4.72
22 4 3.90 4 3.90 9 4.37 1 4.38 14 4.20 15 4.21 48 4.80
29 73.75 7 3.75 17 4.37 10 3.79 10 3.79 444.76
3.41 3 3.41 15 3.73 5 3.12 13 3.76 18 3.58 56 4.30
12 -6 2.62 6 2.62 25 3.40 1 3.05 11 3.42 12 3.39 55 4.22
19 7 3.09 7 3.09 14 3.27 1 3.02. 19 3.73 20 3.69 51 4.31
26 3 3.77 3 3.77 11 3.79 1 3.83 13 4.07 14 4.05 59 4.39
4 5.90 4 3.90 4 4.67 1 4.13 5 4.26 6 4.24 40 4.66
9 13.75 1 3.75 14 4.62 344.19 344.19 39 4.64
16 6 3.83 6 3.83 13 4.49 1 4.12 34 3.98 35 3.98 53 4.63
23 163.38 16 3.38 154,44 50 3.85 50 3.85 82 4.58
3/2 1 3.24 16 3.00 17 3.01 2 .4.08 3 4.09 58 3.70 61 3.72 103 4.53
9 1 3.25 4 2.45 5 2.61 24 3.60 4 3.68 36 3.60 40 3.61 103 4.37
16 4 2.75 4 2.75 20 3.40 1 3.54 39 3.63 40 3.63 74 4.22
23 1 3.08 1 3.08 9 4.01 2 4.17 21 3.63 23 3.68 73 4.46
30 1 4.11 2 3.80 3 3.90 13 4.65 8 4.22, 26 3.99 34 4.04 87 4.80
4/6 1 4.13 1 4.12 11 4.80 1 4.40 17 4.07 18 4.09 66 4.86
13 1 4.16 2 3.87 3 3.97 13 4.83 4 4.38 26 4.17 30 4.20 50 4.89
m0 24.40 24.37 44.39 11 4.90 21 4.33 21 4.33 59 4.90
27 2 4.40 1 3.69 3 4.16 8 4.90 11 4.38 11 4.38 57 4.90
5/4 5 4.40 1 4.40 6 4.40 3 4.89 14 4.40 14 4.40 52 4.90
11 4 4.40 2 4.40 6 4.40 8 4.90 10 4.39 10 4.39 47 4.90
18 1 4.40 1 4.40 2 4.40 5 4.89 22 4.40 22 4.40 34 4.90
25 14.40 2 4.40 3 4.40 1 4.90 -. 04.40 20 4.40 244.90
6/1 1 4.40 1 4.40 4.40 24 4.40 13 4.90
8 9 4.40 9 4.40 44.89
15 1 4.40 14.40 -
29 -




TO- 27 4.03 .278-3.37 305 3.43 3764.12 39 3.81 7353.84 74 3.84 167 4.60
TAL
Total Sales, Florida Graefruit, all varieties,
all containers all sections -----.------------------------ 3,132 Cars Avg. $4.24

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





72

W3Z4,AM'sVa2satG A N I . (ALV *IS
1944-45 SMASON


NEW YOEK CITY PHILADELPHIA


.India ier S & Indian iv

Edi Crslv -CaraAlTA Ce4lIAvg Carse Ayg. C.arsi. CarsI..


Oct. 6
13
20
27
Nov. 3
10
17
24
Dec. 1
8
15
22
29
Jan. 5
12
19
26
Feb. 2
9
16
23
Mar. 2
9
16
23
30
Apr. 6
13
20
27
May 4
11
18
25
June 1
8
15
22
29


29
22
24
26
16
19
12
30
11
3
5
7
11
5
17
3
8
26
18
38
43
23
22
11
22
15
20
14
11
18
16
16
22
25
8
1.
-


$3.55
3.51
3.54
3.09
3.46
3.53
3.62
3.42
3.00
4.00
4.07
3.83
3.47
3.25
3.36
3.92
4.15
4.12
4.04
3.88
3.48
3.30
3.29
3.78
4.12
4.11
4.20
4.38
4.33
4.40
4.39
4.40
4.40
4.40
4.40
4.40


4 $4.08
9 4.07
9 4.07
8 3.77
27 4.74
30 4.57
&1 4.76
75 4.54
82 4.05
49 4.66
52 4.75
55 4.65
61 4.16
69 4.01
56 4.09
54 4.31
34 4,64
44 4.63
51 4.60
74 4.60
103 4.45
106 4.26
65 4.19
47. 4.76
76 4.83
62 4.87
56 4.89
61 4.90
56 4.90
51 4.90
51 4.90
36 4.90
23 4.90
13 4.90
3 4.90
-


14

6
7
11
15
9
20
17
13
9
9
5
2
3
4
3
6
5
4
12
18
14
9
5


$4.26
3.86
3.07
3.64
4.00
3.26
2.70
3.31
3.35
3.18


2 $3.55
10 3.62
8 3.55
17 3.24
7 2.86
2 3.85
12 4.03
16 3.52
21 3.14
5 3.79
5 4.14.
14 4.18
9. 3.79


3.12
2.98
2.65
3.88
3.59
3.62
3.52
3.34
2.52
2.38
2.41
2.86
2.94
3.37
3.04
3.62
-
N


3.61
3.09
4.10
4.07
4.12
4.44
3.97
3.39
3.83
3.76
4.12
4.59
3.93
4.02
4.12
4.37
4,38
4.38
4.38
4.38
4.38


$4.06
4.07
3.20
3.52
4.50
4.87
4.26
4.35
4.49
4.54
4.49
4.18
3.91
4.46
4.24
4.62
4.66
4.56
4.20
4.39
4.23
4.46
4.73
4.67
4.68
4.86
4.89
4.89
4.89
4.89
4.88
4.88
4.88


$3.33
2.71
3.37
4.03
3.35
3.53
3.38
3.61
3.47
3.39
3.30
2.62
3.22
.4.05
4.00
3.65
2.90
3.50
2.78
3.10
3.20
3.01
3.49
3.84
3.85


-


TOIAL 617 3.79 1703 4.55 248 3.13 316 3.78 182 4.48 176 -3,35

Total Sales, Florida, all varieties, con- I total SSaes, a ., all varieties, contain-
tainers & sections- 2,320 Cars Avg. $4.35 ers & sections- 498 Cars Avg. $4.03

Made available
thru the cooperation of the nlorida Citrus Exchange & the Federal-State Marhet News Service











B ,0 S 0 .. .. P I T B U.


Oct. 6S
13


-10
17
.24
1
8
15
v .
29

12
S19
26
Bb 2
9
23
NA* 2
.16
.. 23
30
Apr. 6
13
27
Tiy 4
11
* 18
25
Jann 1
8
15
22
29


$3.82

4.00
4.61
4.50
4.74
3.99
4.70
5.04
4.91
4.50
3.61
3.54
4.25
4.78
4.78
4.78
4.69
4.49
3.89
3.56
3.89
4.51
4.96
4.54
5.02
5.04


5.-0


wgSAL


21 3.27 163 4.22


.8 3.14. .


fbtal Sales, Florida, all mraet.ea, oc-
mWIVu s & sections 18 Cars Avg. $4.11


31 3.74


- ... -193 3.49


Iotal. ,lasi M1s6, all varieties, cont -
l :ers g seti6as- ,31 Cars.Avg. t


de&. available
abis the eoprfation of *to Florida Citrus MIchange&e & The aedmal-Stte Iekst News Sermi


-. -





$3.35
3.00
4.08

.73
2.73









-
-


$3.51



3.92
3.85
1






3.5.
3-






2.75
3.18
4.52
3.51


4.54
4..
-


$3.6$
4.15
3.58
3.48
2.69










3.14
4.71
3.85
4.08
4.10
3.78
3.12



4.-
-


43.74


3.18
3.11
3.13
3.58
3.19
3.18
3.11
3.13
3.58
3;19
3.75
3.17

3.75
3.87
3.71
3.45
2.65
2.56
3.14
3;61
3.78
4.07
4.07
4.23
4.23
4.23


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- 74 -


Oct. 6
13
37

fSw. 3
.10
17
234
Dec. 1
8
15
22
29
1945
ain. 5
12
19
26
Feb. 2
9
16
23
mar. 2
9:
16
23
30.
Apr. 6
13
20.
37
May 4
11
18
25
June 1
8.
15
22
29


2$3.22
2 .96
2 2.97
6 3.52
4 3.29
3 3.59
7 3.34
9 2.96
10 3.03
5 3.00
5 3.36

4 3.13
4 3.65
3 3.80
7 3.33
8 3.43
3 3.66
.1 3.67
1 3.67
3 3.83
9 3.33
15 .;36
8 2.34
1 3.59
5 3.17
3 3.75
a a


3 3.11 127 3.10


tal Sales., l&orida,
tainers & sections-


lle variietios, o00
23 Cers Avg. $3.01


Made available
thbr the cooperation of the Florida Citrus Exchanage & the ed~eral-State Market News Service


7 $3.03
6 2.46
1 3.04


- w
- -


- -

3 $3.42
8 2.45
19 2.86
11 3.17
8 3.16
13 .3.63
23 2.88
19 2.64
18. .75
20 2.87
13 2.82


1 3.63

5 3.85
4 2.78
2 2.53


- *-





1 4.13

1 3.83
-r -







1 4.20
3 3.73


3 2.05

- ..
- -
- -


- -


- -
1 .3


,- -


TOTAL


3.ii
~
L

~



I

-


20 2.99


3
1

1
1
1


4.43
4.52

4.30
4.57
4.68


-
-
-

-
-
-
-


12
14
15
19
21
11
17
11
12
32
32
27
32
28
18
12
3
4
3
4
3
5
4


2.97
3.32
3.40
3.17
3.03
3.29
3.29
3.09
3.61
2.99
2.55
2.64
2.96
3.19
3.59
3.80
3.86
3.87
3.96
4.02
3.80
3.80
3.80


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75 -

VIBaqu AvafIA 3CTIOE PREIGCES cAPSTwUIT (ALL VU AETIES

isassespj:~sras


Oct. 6
13
3D
27
S Nov. 3
10
17
24
Dec. 1
8
15
22
29
1945
12
19
26
Feb. 2
9
16
23
Mar. 2
9
16
23
30
Apr. 6
13
20
27
May 4
11
* 18
25
June 1
8
15
22
29


3 $3.52
8 3.24





- -
- -


3 $2.46
12 2.22
16 2.10
10 2.73
4 3.52
11 3.15
19 2.70
19 2.39
14 2.65
18 2.43
6 2.70

7 2.89
12 2.79
2 3.51
17 3.06
16 2.84
13 3.49
17 3.28
11. 3.32
12 3.55
23 2.89
25 2.18
13 2.36
19 2.46
15 .2.66
13 3.56
7 3.63
3 3.88
1 3.79



2 3.68


-
-
-
-
-
-
-
3.74
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-


$3.37
2.91
2.74





2.16


1


1
3
1
1
No -

a


3.85


3.45
3.40
3.55
4.04
sale -

2.51


-
-
-
.
-
-
-
-
-
acc't floal -
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-


4 $2.75
6 2.44
4 3.07
3 3.23
2 3.47
9 2.84
8 2.61
4 2.50
9 2.92
3 2.81

3 2.97
4 3.23
3 3.16
8 3.16
6 3.27
3 3.39
6 3.20
S 2.93

condi- -ions-
3 2.92
13 2.19
2 3.47
5 3.59
3 3.59
-- -
-

o
-


- 360 2.80


16 3.13


- 113 2.98


Total Sales, Florida, all varieties, con- T otal Sales, Fla all varieties, contain-
tainers & sections- 13 Cars Avg. $3.38 era & sections- 16 Cars Avg. $3i13


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


ToTAL


13 3.38


__






76 -.

W3zIGHD AV3EAGE tTI0m.PgGBB y AmperaT (LAsx vansus


D T 0 I T .B ALTI MOR

"IoBI A I" |iAS * .. .... . .E.AS
ts.&Std. t ndta sA In niver Mds.& Std

Week m St, I a_ .. xC Std. .in Boxes Q.mbid
cn.ll Cars'Arg. Oar Avg. Car lA Cajs g. ICaft jg +CaslAv.


Oct. 6
13
3

.10
17
24
Dec, 1
8
15
22
29
1"5
Jan.; 5
12
19
26
Feb. 2
9
.16
23
Mar. 2
9
16
23
30'
Apr. 6
.13
ao
27
May 4
11
18
25
June 1
8
15
22
29


$3.53
2.98
2.40









4.23
3.70




2.80
20
-
2.


-


3 $3.787
6 3.59
7 3.16
9 3.20
4 3.35
7 3.58
13 .3.05
15 2.73
6 2.93
7 3.67
3 3.60
2 3.44
6 3.69
5 3.69
8 3.64
5 3.27
5 3.92
6 3.68
3 3.74
6 3.89
17 3.55
22 4308
15 2.96
10 3.45
8 3.53
'8 3.79
7 3.96
1 4.05




-


2




* 1

*1







4


1


$3.30
-






3.05

3.20






3.30
3.13
-











4.30
3.0



-


$4.03
3.81
3.77
4.25
4.30
4.20

3.40
3.88

4.30
4.30








3.20.


-
-
-

--







$4.85
-


Noteg Above data for Baltimore -
incamplete for season


TA4L 132 3.5 1 3.26 214- 3.38 13 3.44 1 4.85 18 3.93

Total sales, Florida, alJ varieties, con- total Sales, la 41 varietis, contain-
tainers & sections- .13 Cars.Avg. $3.15 era & sections-(Inc. 14 Cars Avg. $3.54

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


w
&.
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. l





W7 -


1944.45 SEAg3H


T O I A L ALL I I E S

S0 II. ii TEXAnn
4ST Stds.& 8
Ir 5ow Wire-boub.u
Week Cnoan Sta. Ba CombiiJd
ending Cars rg. Cars ICars #


Oct. 6 5 $3.60
13 46 3.60 6 4.07
20 61 3.33 12 4.05 12 $.31
7 63 3.25 10 3.98 44 .
Nov. 3 40 3.96 12 3.69 84 2.7
10 18 3.50 33 4.69 68 3.16
17 31 3.72 36 4.59 38 3.47
24 28 3.56 81 4,68 51 3.46
Dec. 1 53 3.31 84 4.52 105 3.04
8 19 3.21 85 4.05 105 2.76
15 8 4.09 57 4.65 79 2.98
22 19 4.15 57 4.73 102 3.05
29 17 3.77 61 4.85 62 3.16
Jan. 5 21 3.56 71 4.18 51 3.09
12 18 3.13 80 3.96 66 3.19
19 27 3.54 65 4.09 57 3.25
26 17 4.00 70 4.30 72 3.21
reb. 2 10 4.10 44 4.66 65 3.18
9 35 4.18 53 4.63 44 3.54
16 41 3.96 66 4.60 62 3.40
23 66 3.73 97 4.56 36 3.28
Mar. 2 78 3.57 125 4.45 47 3.47
9 45 3.50 .17. 4.22 101 3.10
16 44 3.55 94 4.05 126 2.61
23 24 3.65 82 .. 4.41 114 .68
30 37 4.03 100 4.78 104 2.95
Apr. 6 19 4.09 77 4.85 .95 3.25
13 33 4.18 63 4.88 73 3.60
2a 25 4.34 70 4.90 41 3.83
27 14 4.33 65 4.90 14 3.98
May 4 20 4.40 55 4.90 5 3.85
11 16 4.39 55 4.90 7 4.11
S18 24 4.40 39 4.90 6 4.09
25 23 4.40 25 4.90 4 3.91
June 1 25 4.40 13 4.90 7 3.76
8 9 4.40 4 4.89 4 3.80
15 1 4.40 -
23 -
29 q -




OMAL 1,079 3.73 2,053 4.51 1,951 3.12
Total Sales, Florida Grapefrait, all varieties,
all containers and all sections -------------- 3,132 Care krg. $4.24

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





78 -

i ... . VSXSS ED a ws s 9. .w ..... ..ma..
1944.45 aSSAot


NZ-W !01 CITY PHILADELPHIA BOSV0N PITTSBURGH CL7,A19 D

- Cars Ag g Car Avg, Caars Avg. Cars Avg.




Nov, 3 3, $2.41 ...
10 4 $2.65 -
17 8 2.92 1 3.03 1 $2,89
24 29 2,92 8 3.02 1 $3.15 1 3.17
Dec. 1 66 2.63 27 2,88 1 2,16 5 2.91 4 2,81
8 59 2,56 26 2.68 4 2,09 5 2.90 6 2.67
15 32 3.04 13 2.71 2 2.78 2 3.17 4 3.12
22 47 304 11 3.05 1 3.11 3 3.26 2 3.15
29 32 3.06 17 2,89 4 3.11 7 3.14 5 2,82
1945
J aS"n 5 22 2.87 8 2.60 1 3.12 3 2,78
12 58 2.57 26 2,48 3 2.54 2 3.12 7 2.64
19 49 1.92 30 2,16 1 2.51 8 2.73 6 2.28
26 56 2.14 30 1,86 6 1.46 14 1.93 10 2.06
Feb, 2 71 1.62 22 1.83 4 1.45 5 1,73 8 1,73
9 29 2,08 21 2,23 2 1.98 3 2.21 3 2,35
16 22 2.31 13 2,45 1 2,93 6 2.66 2 2,85
23 19 2,38 6 2,47 4 2.02 1 2.25
Mar.. 2 23 2,20 13 2.31 2 2.59 2 2.35 -
9 19 1.83 12 1.88 1 1.92 3 1.83 1 1.15
16 16 2,28 7 2.08 2 2.14
23 5 2,20 3 1,50 1 144- -
30 3 2,83 2 1.45 -
Apr. 6 1. 1,05 -
13 -
27




TOTAL 669 2.42 300 2.38 32 2.35 72 2.49 66 2.45


Quotations on basis of 4/5 bushel box


Made awrilable
thru the cooperation of the Florida Citrus Exchange & the: edeeral-State Market News Service







Jm1944.45 1.1- 7O n'TAAI
1944.56 SE0a80H


CHICAGO ST. 10UIS CINUIAEtI "EBoIT BALTIMORE

Week
aCars Av. Cars Av. Cars Avg, CarsCars Avg.

1944

Nov. 3 -
10 -
17 1 $3.01 1 $2.44 1 $2.77 -
24 6 2.65 3 2.98 $316 -
Deo. 1 15 2,58 6 2,61 4 2.4 8 2.98 1 228
8 17 2.86 3 2.74 3 2,80 9 2.70 2 2.70
15 13 2.82 2 2,98 2 3,08 2 3.17 1 2.98
22 8 3.14 2 3.10 3 3,08 8 2.96 2 3.02
29 13 2,96 3 3.10 2 3.02 8 2,86 -
1945
J 5 6 2.84 2 2,70 5 .2,66 1 3.10
12 4 3.00 4 2,52 6 2,37 5 2.77 -
19 19 1,97 4 2.50 5 1.89 5 2.32
26 19 1.46 11 1.22 3 2.10 10 1.57 1 2.30
Feb, 2 9 1,87 3 1,14 5 2.47 4 1,39 -
9 3 2.36 8 2,15 2 1.81 -
16 6 2,85 1 2.13 1 1.83 -
23 6 1.94 1 1,40 3 2.09 2 1.67 1 2,80
Mar. 2 -
9 1 224 -*
16 3 2.27 1 1.69
23 1 -1,17 2 135 1 1.33 -
30 -
Apr. 6 a a -
13 -
20 -
27 -
*- No sale acot, flood condition,
Notes Above data for Baltimore incomplete for season.

TOTAL 150 2.42 41 2.15 53 2.40 73 2,47 9 2,77


tbru the cooperation of the


Quotations on basis of 4/5 bushel box


Made available
Florida Citrus Ecohange & the Federal-State Market News Service







'4ZWIGHT .AVEA AUCTION xITf rzQI..maMs
1944.45 SEASON


TOTAL ALL CITIES

eck Cars. Average

S1944

November 3 3 $3.41
10 4 2.65
17 13 3.88
24 51 2,93
December 1 137 2.70
8 134 2.64
15 73 2.94
22 87 3.05
21 9 91 2.99
1945
January 5 48 2.79
12 115 2.57
19 127 2.09
26 160 1.86
February 2 131 1.69
9 71 2.15
16 52 2.46.
23 43 2.23
March 2 40 2.26
9 37 1.84
16 29 2.20
23 13 1.70
30 5 2.28
April 6 1.05
13 -
20
27 -




TOTAL 1465 2.41


CQotat ions


on basis of 4/5 bushel box


lad4o available
.thu those ooporation of the Florida Citrus Exchange
& tho Podoral-State Market Nows Service







JigJa AUCTION SALnE. 1953/34.1944/45
Made available
thr the cooperation of the Iorida Citrus Izhaange & the Federal-State Market News Service

0 ANG SES

SEASON N. PL. BT PI E CCUM =Q. STAL. C R. BALT. TOTAL
Cars 4765 1651 425 293 264 532 271 299 365 157 9022
1944-45 Avg, $4,62 $4.38 $4,47 $4.27 $4,34 $4.29 $4.17 $4,02 $4.37 $4.39 $4,46
Cars 6239 2257 678 522 488 815 476 516 658 200 12849
1943.44 Avg, $3.98 $3.82 $4.02 $3.86 $3.86 $3.89 $3.67 $3,55 $3,85 $3,71 $3.89
Cars 6774 2330 851 439 483 939 359 742 412 277 13606
1942-43 Avg, $3.86 $3.70 $3.82 $3,72 $3.85 $3,77 $3,70 $3.55 $3.87- $3.56 $3.79
Cars 9053 3064 1377 337 568 863 204 1002 353 312 17133
1941-42 Avg. $2.86 $2.76 $2.90 $2,73 $2.91 $2.88 $2.70 $2,64 $2.88 $2,77 $2.83
Cars 10089 3320 1385 426 647 1020 312 1077 434 261 18971
1940-41 Avg, $2.37 $2.26 $2.45 $2.31 $2.44 $2.45 $2.25 $2.18 $2.42 $2.22 $2.35
Cars 8758 2908 1290 364 589 1012 318 1031 393 173 16836
193&.40 Avg. $2.43 $2.25 $2.47 $2.16 $2.31 $2.41 $2.09 $2.05 $2,25 $2.23 $35
Cars 12440 4049 2132 694 1091 1639 511 1555 717 396 25224
1938-39 Avg, $2,10 $1.99 $2.16 $2.11 $2.20 $2.26 $2.01 $2.01 $2.17 $1.94 $2.09
Cars 10228 3376 1849 495 898 1394 413 1181 550 302 20686
1937-38 Avg. $2.26 $2.20 $2.24 $2.18 $2.28 $2.39 $2.05 $3.15 $2.26 $1.98 $3.24
Cars 9112 3164 1657 .429 824 1080 264 708 412 282 17932
1936-37 Avg, $3.23 $3.15 $3.28 $3.12 $3.21 $3.33 $3,01 $3.12 $3.27 $2.98 $3.21
Cars 7503 2624 1561 340 559 878 249 555 271 240 14780
1935-36 Avg. $3.02 $2.93 $3.02 $2,95 $3.04 $3.15 $2.72 $2.87 $3,08 $2,82 $3.00
Cars 8243 2720 1419 511 578 1070 258 553 280 258 15890
1934.35 Avg. $2.61 $2,47 $2,58 $2.44 $2.53 $2.59 $2,34 $2.35 $2.47 $2.44 $2.56
Cars 7613 2632 1436 515 526 894 266 495 267 142 14786
1933-34 Avg, $2.75 $2,62 $2,69 $2,54 $2.63 $2,67 $2.46 $2.47 $2,69 $2.88 $2,70


GRAP FRUIT

SEASON N. Y BOST PITS. gCm IC. STL CINCl = TOTAL
Cars 2320 498 183 : 31 23 21 13 16 13 14 3132
1944.45 Avg. $4.35 $4.03 $4.11 $3.74 $3.01 $3.31 $3.38 $3.13 $3.15 $3.54 $4.24
Cars 2628 778 338 128 49 69 44 90 97 43 48i&4
1943.44 Avg. $3.63 $3,48 $3.64 $3.36 $3.32 $3.20 $3.51 $3,05 $3,31 $3.14 $3.56
Cars 3411 967 487 142 96 114 19 201, 85 82 5604
1942-43 Avg. $3.18 $2.97 $3.21 $2,90 $2,9 $3.17 $2.96 $2,67 $3.00 $2.71 $3,11
Cars 4519 1166 712 125 136 208 51 222 98 88 7325
1941-42 Avg. $2.54 $2.36 $2.55 $2,33 $2,61 $2.83 $2.73 $2,33 $2.64 $2.60 $2.52
Cars 5035 1334 805 249 256 313 "109 416 215 91 8823
1940-41 Avg. $1.96 $1,75 $1.93 $1.76 $1.92 $2,00 $1,77 $1,74 $1,91 $1,61 $1,91
Cars 4765 1153 633 181 141 182 62 241 140 85 7583
1939-40 Avg, $2,21 $1.92. $2.10 .$1.92 $2.11 $2,29 $2.10 $1,98 $2,06 $1.73 $2,13





82 -

FLORIL A CTION SALES:. 1933/341944/45
Made available
thru the cooperation of the Florida Citrus EZhange & the Fedaral.State Market News Service


GRAPEFRUIT (CONTINUED)
S"430W N.UM PIL PTS. Gt CQIC. ST.L. C.I. M. BALT. L
Cars 6389 1429 '1020 329 384 363 118 432 277 185 10926
1938.39 Avg* $1.75 $1.57 $1.73 $1.68 $1.77 $1.95 $1.85 $1.66 $1.80 $1.46 $1.72
Cars 4881 1244 814 190 313 353 72 342 219 127 8555
1937-38 Avg. $2,20 $2,06 $2.13 $2.05 $2.11 $2.38 $2.16 $2.09 $2.21 $1.88 $3.16
Cars 5376 1660 956 274 415 494 151 423 307 151 10197
1936-37 Avg. $2.24 $2.06 $2.22 $2.14 $2.29 $2.58 $2.53 $2.24 $2.41 $2.12 $2.23
Cars 3928 1072 972 262 396 395 132 340 251 117 7765
1935-36 Avg. $2.67 $2.38 $2.49 $2,40 $2.54 $2,68 $2.40 $2.32 $2.62 $2.28 $2.57
Cars 4893 1326 898 389 403 721 200 444 350 135 9759
1934-35 Avg. $2.04 $1.81 $1.93 $1.94 $2.09 $2.19 $2.05 $1.92 $2.10 $1.86 $2.00
Cars 3948 1129 696 310 388 684 .221 370 298 41 8065
1933.4 Avg. $2.41 $2.25 $2.40 $2,38 $2,39 $2,55 $2.37 $2.29 $2.51 $2.42 $2.39.


TANGERINES

SEASON N. Y. EIL. MB O. PS. CLEVE. WHIC. S.L. CINCIO.& ER. MAT. MTAL
Cars 669 300 32 72 66 150 41 53 73 9 1485
1944-45 Avg $2 $24 $2.38 $2,35 $2.49 $2,45 $2,42 $2.15 $2.40 $2.47 $2.77 $2.41
Cars .326 134 22 22 '22 *40 26 21 31 644
1943.44 Avg. $2.16 $2.28 $2.27 $2,32 $2.37 $2.27 $2,36 $2.26 $2.,40 $2.23
Cars 1485 670 143 108 188 303 101 193 151 57 3399
1942..43 Avg. $1.82 $1.84 $1.62 $1.81 $1.86 $1.81 $1.66 $1,80 $1.74 $1.53 $1.80
Cars 1152 359 78 39 106 135 38 105 48 25 2085
1941.42 Avg. $1.86 $1.75 $1.75 $1.65 $1.82 $1.66 $1.52 $1.58 $1,76 $1.50 $1,79
Cars 1425 454 109 77 154 195 59 149 82 13 2717
1940-41 Avg. $1.23 $1.16 $1.19 $1.07 $1.20 $1.22 $1.09 $1.12 $1.14 $1.06 $1.19
Cars 1192 345 66 65 104 142 48 115 57 9 2143
1939.40 Avg. $1.37 $1,34 $1.41 $1.37 $1.47 $1.45 $1.31 $1.27 $1.34 $1.33 $1.37
Cars 1851 551 172 152 189 257 107 203 148 33 3663
1938-39 Avg. $1.07 $ .92 $ .93 $ .95 $ .98 $ .97 $ .86 $ .91 $ .96 $ .79 $1.00
Cars 1311 382 149 95 117 149 74 125 88 23 2513
1937-38 Avg. $1.26 $1.21 $1.20 $1.28 $1.30 $1.25 $1.10 $1.18 $1.23 $1.08 $1.24
Cars 1557 '572 196 210 193 306 103 138 116 33 3424
1936-37 Avg, $1.12 $1.03 $1.05 $1.19 $1.09 $1.14 $1.10 $1.08 $1.16 $ ,96 $1.10
Cars 1124 365 157 139 116 217 54 113 87 26 2398
1935 36 Avg, $1.35 $132 $1.30 $1,40 $1,42 $1.36 $1432 $1.34 $1.41 $1.23 $1.35
Cars 1071 356 132 136 71 155 66 108 71 31 2197
1934-35 Avg. $1.18 $1,10 $1,12 $1.25 $1.27 $1.25 $1.26 $1.20 $1.28 $1.22 $1.18
Cars 1134 433 144 142 114 179 67 96 71 1. 2381
1933.34 Avg. $1.21 $1.15 $1.17 $1.25 $1.24 $1.21 $1.21 $1.15 $1.22 $1.48 '1.20
Tangrineaveageson /2 bx~ aais Batizare nt on~p1te or 144"5 se.on


Tangerine averages on 1/2 box basis.


Baltimore not complete for 1944-45 season.







cZIrs~4 NAspSiS .19444fmlJi 14UiM IN flfaDI E TIhAl#rn
0Asiw0 led- from monthly reports released by the Citrus Inspection. Burena, Winter. Haven Ja,.

Size SEPT. OC )0V, DIC, JAN I MEt. APJR MAY JUIO


0 (s ly) 18 3402 7331 3587 310 -
11s 74 166 17 40 -
S126s 285 21470 85306 37842 3108 621 195 -- .
1508 1083 78809 288727 99118 10612 1954 1038 -
176. 3290 196099 558023 159328 17309 3913 .1528 -
200s 4055 225661 513417 136434 17718 42659 1166 -
S 216 7856 459288 790021 186413 25176 5451 1861 -
250s 7410 395389 559155 139319 20837 5109 1663 -
288 .. 4634 306811 217520 1758 404 842 527 -
324-360s 1844 35412 41045 610 83 345 248 .
Total ---- --- ---
allsizes 30475 1722415 3058711 764426 95797 22494 8224

ORANGES (Mid-soason)
-wlOs 6 1715 20111 13476 412 15 -
112, 14 360 226 2 -
1286 72 26882 219209 188738 77791 6477 14 223
150s 152 72762 495544 407121 177364 18321 29 600 .
178 275 113499 734825 580916 271428 30884 .59 771
10is 317 103663 612031 487341 249912 30520 125 715
218. 8. 510 140704 803921 650193 349436 43061 155 928
2S0 305 107118 619838 5123335 330310 42913 165 949
288s 188 12397 5998 3541 25439 9443 312 327
3460s 2504 1855 557 589 478 1
Total
aU1 sises 1825 581258 3513682 2844444 1482583 181681 659 4514
--- --- -- -- ----- ---- ----- ---- --- ----- ----- ------------- ---- -- ------

s(Lato ) 90 111 1134 3504 1566 836 1579 1514
1128 56 10 5 300
126s 326 89 1 21193 238117 456168 360845 21S861 11004.
150s 365 66 2 38339 545884 922251 698049 335874 25800
176s 405 .34 4 36144 5806401024083 752795 340365 31858
200s 517 '3 23437 345679 635$47 470033 214164 2432,1
216s 528 '- 3 21041 320687 621826 482903 217843 24489
a 250s 198 7377 138101 301847 264836 139630 22696
288s 130 127 10931 66098 67578 45395 10375
24630s 60 -3 79 349- 334 8048 _3O4
36s ...._.. --- --- - - ..
S .all sizes 2675 300 12 a 149395 2233762 4029645 3098214 1516859 156160
----------------- -------~------~----------------------------
O"ES (Temple)*
g s(.e 267 3764 1775 136 257 6,
U2a 5 10 1428 .27904 13976 1149 739 140 4
1286 33 67 4169 69824 35120 2844 1029 276 12
150s 43 67 5319 73825 33961 3988 1439 406 19
176s 69 119 5608 76330 40988 7684 3171 1238 86
200s 32 71 1520 19295 13550 4552 2905 1009 79
216. 18 61 430 4256 4827 3310 2607 756 33
250s 32 92 571 1433 1023 986 454
2888 1 .2 36 111 l l
3a --------------------------------- --- ---------- ------ ---- ---------.-- -
all -ases 200 427 18834 275773 145666 24797 13134 V. 23., S
1944--5 seasnTemples were paked mo---- ly -3/- bushe- - - - -boes,
"During 194445 season,Temples were paced mostly in 1.3/5 bushel boxes,


- 83 -







... continuedd)


,,. BrPgIDi,. M =
Size E aEr OCT. 110. PClI JPA. 'B8. MAl APR.' MAY 4jMS

q 3ParaIT (Seed)
S79 5250 4704 5991 7760 7477 3150 2188 1580 1
48s 5164 41343 39684 33204 44812 53992 20979 15063 8571
54s 13186 9880 0 715' 64981 82231 83085 35919 23366 11099 1
64s 20924 139394 90781 76517 92024 71117 32878 18420 9669 13
708 23309 143771 88274 59096 68944 5. r28 27448 13790 8413 lo0FPR
80s 36679 211580 105072 57059 46764 41884 31684 12219 11850 130 .
988 28074 75336 692 88Q 406 498 332 222 5300 8868
11..1128 2748 4957 20 15 88 49 2 380 10'
186 3961 9199 14 2 3 3 142 182.
O5 ...1..6 473 '- ...- -- -"
Total--
all sizes 134900 736048 387761 296564 343088 30932:. 142a44 85270, 67004 .64i

GRAPBE JfIT (Seedles) ..
I3S 4 360 826 1066 2664 7056 5950 6557 3194 76.
468 220 4769 5552 79-77 18895 43899 42612 51499 16432 202
548 1018 15511 19337 25703 487039, 1073867 110803 109682 37699 372
648 2499 28343 39685 35007 62581' 124439 125414 122215 43848 54,,
70s 3979 41762 40778 43990 69102 12580 122741 120715 48172 7?a
80s 10475 102988 80173 754688 947e4 159031 146078 138951 57379 MY;
968 23440 139352 66842 53893 55670 88430 73590 71066 38453
110-112s 3684 13028 12725 13 : 6784 11151 9687 0222 1I
18 9932 43492 .85 28 18 '13 17 107 3793
1 otl3 355
Tota-e-- --- -
all sizes 56099 393467 :256353 243145 350423 862888 638355 630659 257547 .347W



'I Ai_ NERIMB8 **r *
------------- ----- --------------- -- -- -- --------- -- -- -- -- --



- 31 717 456 143 6 3 -
1+Q 3 10497 33315 24170 4262 407 5 2
124 91785 196652 120190 25762 2872 120 53
6. 4684 211167 350564 217592 49196 7337 406 169
4 455 60860 8474 50564 13309 1882 301 166
1381 174685 252094 190599 57868 9255 916 340
2 591 71412 .11629 28072 15386 5981 676 217
94; 166 671 358 161 9 71 62 '8
33a- 7 3. 8 2-.-
ota -* ---- ------ --- -- -----
Total 3 8
all sizes 12 4615 901968 1331394 892173 233181 38232 3242, 1241 .579..
- - - -- - - - -- - --- -- - - -- - - - - ---
Includes both 4/5 bu. bo= and. ful box, iring .the 1944.45 season a considerable pro-
Sportion of Florid a tagerines wre paoke- .in ftll boxes.
, ,i " : *+:: +




ii ,G 2APE, 2241-aL 2857858 5186490 6168045 4951066 5089896 5063276 3831077 1841450 I6 .
asSSS& TARi.RIES_,





85 -







U1 S.
ORANGES

Bright 101
3937 36883 61632 56147 49907 35133 37002 12285 2156
Golden 8629 39759 80651 74878 64111 56338 84992 28185 249
Bronze 3328 33262 35596 42306 37387 107246 122875 46935 8848
S Russet 192 1345 2298 1337 795 6811 10348 358
Combination 23388 1385865 2894691 3432421 2605333 3179203 3490118 2014945 366210 6609
Comb.. Russet 10 29 24
Bright 556392 -
s6721 297770 614738 647327 519931. 513004 816750 978247 78211
Russet 371 1605 18 371 2104 65775 7667
2670 22098 19213 36497 28602 33005 36128 22713 27623 52491
ulls 1316 517 502 302 137 98 277 16 162
Total- --------------------- --------------------
all grades 331W0 1724740 3640408 4296942 3365408 3884505 4244247 3112006 1525658 156393 :

GRAPE FRU IT
Fancy -


Bright -- --
m58 2039 13653 27915 26209 19719 13240 12146 6668 1615
Golden 303 13720 37628 33607 32185 32307 21329 13478 2728
Bronze 171 3736 12857 26303 41382 112113 129645 84854 26819
'Russet 37 178 383 114 358 900 24
Combination 136159 824403 394207 298259 402237 531747 337814 231467 30120
Comb.. Russet 522 1220 560 231
2Bright
s 39156 235399 157855 126225 158423 207506 185008 297427 195119 2978
Russet 842 2142 4702 14392 26366 59353 77692 67828 42250 2108
12329 35199 8412 14528 11550 15259 16805 13207 15645 4793
Culls 214 16 8 20 11 -
*' otl--- -- -------------------------- .-<
Total
all grades 190999 1128503 644114 539709 693485 972210 780797 715829 314551 9899
--- ---------------------------------------------


TANGERINES


Fancy
Bright
S Golden
Bronze
, Russet
Combination
Comb, Russet
Bright
russet
U38 12
Oulls -
Total -
all grades 12


5 17231 43111 21884 3102 18
S 208 750 701 123 41

1158 344531 538070 313502 48105 2822
a a a
3429 537391 740253 550551 178225 34509
23 2532 9031 5418 3050 755
.- 85 179 117 576 87
4615 901968 1331394 892173 233181 38232


a



315 16

2718 941 375
39 46 -
149 228 174
21 10 30
3242 1241 579


GLRID TOTAL
RADZS
dkbLj~


224161 2857858 5186490 6168045 4951066 5089896 5063276 3831077 1841450 166851.


- -







CITRHS COmNTmI ANALYSIS, SIPT. 1944 TU J iH 1945, IN-fM U iat*PZBTI TALENTS
Assembled from monthly reports released by the Citrus Inspection Bureau, Winter Havan, Fla,


Content StP. OCT. t OV, i0.. JAt. 1B,. MBA', AP. MaY ilt


AILED BOXES
1-3/5 Bu.
Su,.
Strap
/5 Bu.
tsuma Box
/5 Bu,


33306
w


215164


1180


BOUND BOXES
,s5 Bu, 190413 2620709
'451u- sci
/5 802
1-2/5 Bu -
1-3/5 Bu,* -
With center parl


BASKETS

Bu,
IBu. (Fibre)

BOUAP BAGS
4 5 Bu.


552551
2108
125:
221818


3885786
-
259835

fition.


226 111657
689


774583
965
2328
257733
-


3860380

472208
1162
-


148669
2106
-


731881
169
2662
215214


659127
2331
102
59508


564522

7034
-


472219

990
-
,,


3211012 3611348 3805449 3193687
13
398797 136494 27951 4391
231 -
177945 223126 .26357


80183
29


16474
114


4711


2272


13405 24227
1061 4007

2334 945
2248 100719


231721
108452
28
530
2743.0


15262 13670
2755 2057

853 3001
262313 387613
1800


3049


CARDBOARD BOXES

2/5 Bu.
1 Bu,

M1SCELLANEXIS
1 Bu, NalledS

BULK SHIPMENTS


132


- 5393 10720 6395


- 729 16420


23353 18461 19060


- 975 158


19935


5122 135


224161 2857858 5188490 6168045 4951066 5089896 5063276 3831077 1841450 1688.1.


259500

106




1510059

422


29526

351




13179;

183


1248
-


BAGS


12 lb.
10 lb.
8 lb.
5 lb,


13203
312

112366


11615
1020

4903
389108
2795


4357


85


62977
95

6898



10


GRAD TOTAL


- ar-.


'








Od .Si Teei s 1889, 1899, 1909 & Yearly 19191944
SB3rSaaa of Agricultural Economics
=U.,chr.# U.# f # aZI.# A I .# LA.# 1 sW.# SS#

anr t ha j a A **-


Average



194 "evised
1944L. n te
1944.Indicated


5,882
IA AAit


273
A Aaa


42, 39
6,167
19 Ct


1



1919


1F,








1934


1993
1954

1935
1906,
193-


44,404
50,695
52,155
44,329
51,966
58,5CC


28,000
31,300
.2,300
414400
49,000
46,700


2,360
2,650
2,850
2,550
34550
4,00C0


520
528
660
730
1,100
1,150


75,846
85,427
85,163
S39,349
106,656
110,?e:


1/ 500 boxes or less, Negligible. # Includes tangerines.


r-o. IDA poxmeC s- r T~t& ND.-SrASON, VaCIoSA & W aS SERI .....

S Vsasod n Valenos .an gerines ,Prod'
1,000 bokbs 1,000 boxes 1,000 boxes 1,000 boxes
1933.34 9,500 6 400 2,000 17,P00
1934-35 10,700 4,900 2,000 17,600
1936.36 9600 300 2,100 18 000
19 37 11,700 7 400 3,000 22 10C
19 o 38 13 400 1C0500 2,300 26
19 98- 17150.. 12,750 3,400 33
S 40 15600 10,000 2400 28
1 41 16 200 2 200


.21,700 1,100 3,900 4,700


14'*44 888 wo .1 o '"
16,632 8,000 9 80 20 37 31 24,809
23,771 9,400 5 60 82 42 25 33,391
14,021 .8,400 5 80 82 50 0 22
21,283 10,900 10 81 190 60 46 32,
24,153 13,700 6 86 225 75 55 38, _
19,972 10,080 7 ,7 120 53 37 30,346
18,506 11,300 17 80 2 75 29,980
24,200 10,200 12 86 130 100 27 34,755
28,252 .1,000 41 75 75 150 42 39,638
22,737 9,500 85 54 110 200 50 32,736
39,159 16,500 125 99 85 220 30 562=8
26,571 .11,700 56 75 80 149 30 38,661
21,195 9,800 261 137 212 187 37 31,84
35,179 19,200 250 139 3 287 2 55,086
34,658 14,200 520 146 80 245 54 49,902
34.265 16,400 325 147 120 278 80 51,615
28,439 17,900 430 1566 3 246 2 47,174
30,747 I15,500 357 146 84 248 35 47,116
45,047 17,600 650 170 140 293 88 63,98:
32,809 18,000 777 240 2 244 1 52,
29,827 22,100 2,000 220 56 309 26 54,5
45,914 26,200 1,440 360 76 238 67 74,:
41.40D 3.300 2.815 430 96 385 85 78,
39 ,003 63.440 1,536 82 74 294 53 64,683


Average


Average


-- ------ ~-


-.I


" Z
.11 i


-/







UNITMED SArES5 *otg Gr rapetrPt1.oCti am j By Staa -. -
Ce Years 18Q9, 1899, 1909 & Yearly 1919.1944
xw:BEaw of Agrio; u ltvur.1 Zonomics
Ctop Year | (az t'. AIZ, Tota-"
Sh ou s an B o os


1B89
1899,
1909.
1919.
1924.
1921



1926
1925
1926
1926
1937
1928


1929
1930
1932
1933


1934
19365
1937
1938


1939
1940
1941
1942-Revised
1943 "
1944.Indicated.


10
12.
1,062


Average


Average





Average :





Average


5,900"
5,800
6,700
7,800.


-------- ------- --.- -e - - -


--
18
123


1
-i1


1 29
34
35
60


10


6,295
6,234
7,103
8,289.


8,500. 65 363 ....95 9,028'
6,940. 23 375 '51 .. 7,389
8,900 301 387 105 9,693:'
7,600 200 600 ,150 8,550
8,600 361 '672 120 9,753
7,500 524 '720 176 8,920
11.300 753 972 211 13.236
8,780 438 .670 152 10,030
8,300 1,860 1,000 365 11,215
15,800 1,200 1,290 400 18,690
10,700 2,600 1 431 450 15,181
11,600 1,440 1,350 614 15,004
10,900 1,200 1772 800 14,672
.11,460 1,598 1,369 526 14,952
15,200 2,740 2,167 1,240 21,347
11,500 2,780 2,267 1,800 18,347
18,100. 9,630 1,540 1,400 30,670
14,600 11,840 1,943 3,750 31,133
23.300 15,670 1.924 2.7o00 .43.594'
16,540 8,532 1,968 1,978 29,018


15.900
24,600
19,200
27,300
31,000
22.300


14,400
13,650
14,500
'17,510
17,710
22.400


1,975
1,983.
3,181
3,071
3Z189.
3.405


2,900
2,650
3,380
'2,00
4,080
3..R0O


35,175
42,883 -
40,26,1
:50,481
55,979
R1 .q0R


* '" i I i i i i. r i . r ii i i i
/ 5CC boxes or less,


_- FORIDA. PROUWCTIQC SEGREGAE!W SEASESS MaD, OHEMR -
Crop Tear Seedless Othe Total t
1,000 boxes 1,000 boxes 1,0 0 boxes
193-34 280 8.00 10900
4,000 11 00 195
1936-37 6,00012 18 0
197.3 5 O 9 100 14. 6
1938& 7: 1500 -23 300
193-40 6,500 9,400 15 900
19 8200 16 400 24 600
194 7,700 11500 19;200
194 103C00 1790 2730
S14,000 17,000 31
1944-45 8,400 13,900 22,30


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TMZ I 1UNPUHI ( WW1.. VBrAl~J 71.Ir~T: ~AU, ~IU~RV9~L3. ThOR~IDAB


Variety 1928-29 1929-30 1930.31 1931.32 1932.33 1933-34 1934.35 1935-36

All Citrus 1,362,538 785,916 788,270 606,950 762,590 754,060 527,719 822,393
Orange 699,343 295,031 401,023 430,379 499,679 440,429 351,289 530,564
Temple 17,200 12,731 15,348 26,004 21,571 36,995 16,819 23,359
King 6,109 3,6s 2,561 2,422 2,093 817 558 817
Qrapefruit 305,641 330,286 264,803 73,401 144,597 158,471 89,468 153,986
Tangelo 904 899 1,340. 1,134 1,588 1,818 3,065 1,989
Lime 8,348 8,547 11,187 25,687 47,785 40,616 33,666 61,207
LemoW 2,020 1,907 3,031 ,771 4,313 22,438 11,486 29,472
Tangerine 90,488 45,302 19,993 8,730 10,587 7,323 4,934 6,110


Variety 1936-37 1937-38 J1938-39 1939.40 1940-41 1941.42 1942-43 1943-44

All Citrus 1,055,987 1,084,052 701,325 559,365 764,249 749,888 728,622 946,322
Orane 746,849 799,439 512,526 403,775 593,208 579,809 533,802 701,977
Temple 27,790 18,154 12,026 12,801 25,190 .42,745 42,217 48,510
King 1,070 676 679 688 1,016 1,495 688 977
Grapefruit 106,421 150,557 87,876 80,588 85,954- 64,069 104,754 136,637
Tangelo 5,295 3,515 3,431 3,294 5,233 6,304 8,379 18,015
Lime 123,054 80,034 47,432 26,899 28,550 14,412 14,406 11,931
Lemon 19,38k 13,407 8,600 6,435 2,961 2,751 2,229 3,287
Tangerine 4,467 3,736 3,835 3,441 6,198 8,812 5,876 7,782



ORANGES

Va. Pine.. Parson Lwe Gim
Year ania pple Brown Hmlin g Navels Unnamed Misc. Total


l128-29
1929.30
1930-31
1931-32
1932-33
1933-34
1934-35
1935-36
S 1936-37
1937-38
1938-39
1939-40
1940-41
1941.42
1942-43
1943-44


285,420
101,383
143,141
181,531
168,283
139,228
122,152
152,071
203,039
184,011
147,148
131,662
189,090
196,199
170,399
241,379


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
65,002
48,345
78,196


83,323
27,936
51,847
45,569
46,899
27,761
19,377
27,432
30,763
51,062
30,996
27,358
37,545
51,764
48,809
53,032


60,084
38,969
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
139,356


48,943
12,976
20,438
19,907
30,003
23,196
27,566
34,681
44,909
50;959
30,101
23,538
31,158
35,776
27,086
51,258


1944-45 Preliminary report. Segregation by varieties not
Includes 873 Movemont Out of State.


90,981 29,230
59,007 8,917
62,821 25,380
52,353 13,920
73,280 18,394
54,938 20,054
39,664 10,425
68,497 14,633
104,037 42,153
83,867 82,546
17,306 58,058
12,982 16,481 57,299
30,619 9,448 66,393
29,419. 12,557 67,069
18,570 4,236 89,756
41,791 12,123 84,842
available until later date,


Compiled by the Department of Agricultural Economics, Agr,. Exp, Sta., Univ. of Florida.


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
701,977
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